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    • NADP-glutamate dehydrogenase activity in nonstarter lactic acid bacteria: effects of temperature, pH and NaCl on enzyme activity and expression 

      De Angelis M; Calasso M; Di Cagno R; Siragusa S; Minervini F; Gobbetti M (2010)
      Aims:  To screen the glutamate dehydrogenase (GDH) activity of nonstarter lactic acid bacteria (NSLAB) and to determine the effects of temperature, pH and NaCl values used for cheese ripening on enzyme activity and expression ...
    • Nano antenna array for terahertz detection 

      Bareiss M; Tiwari B; Hochmeister A; Jegert G; Zschieschang U; Klauk H; Fabel B; Scarpa G; Koblmuller G; Bernstein G; Porod W; Lugli P (2011)
      Infrared (IR) detectors have been fabricated consisting of antenna-coupled metal-oxide-metal diodes (ACMOMDs). These detectors were defined using electron beam lithography with shadow evaporation metal deposition. They are ...
    • Nano Antennas for Energy Conversion 

      Iniewski K; Bareiß M; Hochmeister A; Jegert G; Koblmüller G; Zschieschang U; Klauk H; Fabel B; Scarpa G; Porod W; Lugli P (CRC Press, 2013)
    • Nano-antenna arrays for the infrared regime 

      Szakmany GP; Orlov AO; Bernstein GH; Porod W; Bareiss M; Lugli P; Russer JA; Jirauschek C; Russer P; Ivrlac MT; others (VDE-Verlag, 2014)
      Infrared detectors for the long-wave infrared range (lwir) are of special interest due to their ability to detect blackbody radiation of objects at room temperature. Such detectors are attractive candidates for various ...
    • Nano-transfer printing of functioning MIM tunnel diodes 

      Bareiß M; Weiler B; Kälblein D; Zschieschang U; Klauk H; Scarpa G; Fabel B; Lugli P; Porod W (IEEE, 2012)
      Nano diodes show great potential for applications in detectors, communications and energy harvesting. In this work, we focus on nano transfer printing (nTP) to fabricate nm-scale diodes over extensive areas. Using a ...
    • Nanocomposites: One-Step Synthesis of Photoluminescent Covalent Polymeric Nanocomposites from 2D Silicon Nanosheets (Adv. Funct. Mater. 37/2016) 

      Helbich T; Lyuleeva A; Ludwig T; Scherf L; Fässler T; Lugli P; Rieger B (Wiley-VCH Verlag, 2016)
    • Nanoelectronics-based integrate antennas 

      Russer P; Fichtner N; Lugli P; Porod W; Russer J; Yordanov H (2010)
      Nanoelectronics is the gateway to a variety of novel electronic devices and systems with substantially new properties. It enables the development of nanoscale electronic devices, covering radio frequencies in the terahertz ...
    • Nanoelektronik: Kleiner-schneller-besser 

      Russer P; Lugli P; Weitze M (Springer-Verlag, 2014)
      Die Nanoelektronik ist gekennzeichnet einerseits durch die Entwicklung der elektronischen Bauelemente auf Basis der vorherrschenden Siliziumtechnologie in Richtung auf kleinere Strukturgrößen, höhere Integrationsdichten ...
    • Nanofibrous membrane based tyrosinase-biosensor for the detection of phenolic compounds 

      Arecchi A; Scampicchio MM; Drusch S; Mannino S (2010)
      A tyrosinase-modified electrode is described to be used as amperometric biosensor for the detection of phenolic compounds in food. The enzyme has been immobilized by drop-coating on a glassy carbon electrode covered by a ...
    • Nanofibrous membrane for aroma compound extraction and release: a case study on coffee 

      Mason M; Romano A; Navarini L; Biasioli F; Scampicchio M (FABE, 2015)
      This work explores the capability of Nylon-6 nanofibrous membranes (NFM), produced with an electrospinning home-made apparatus, for the extraction of the characteristic coffee aroma compounds. Electrospinning is the simplest ...
    • Nanoimprint methods for the fabrication of macroscopic plasmonically active metal nanostructures 

      Lugli P; Nagel R; Filser S; Zhang T; Manzi A; Schönleber K; Lindsly J; Zimmermann J; Maier T; Scarpa G; Krischer K (American Institute of Physics Inc., 2017)
      In this article, we present a refined nanostructuring method, lift-off nanoimprint lithography (LO-NIL), which allows the deposition of high-quality metal nanostructures due to a bilayer resist process and compare it to ...
    • Nanomagnet fabrication using nanoimprint lithography and electrodeposition 

      Imtaar M; Yadav A; Epping A; Becherer M; Fabel B; Rezgani J; Csaba G; Bernstein G; Scarpa G; Porod W; Lugli P (2013)
      We present a novel fabrication process for the growth of metal nanostructures that combines nanoimprint lithography and electrodeposition, both of which are suitable for large-scale industrial fabrication. Gold nanostructures ...
    • Nanomagnet logic from partially irradiated Co/Pt nanomagnets 

      Ju X; Wartenburg S; Rezgani J; Becherer M; Kiermaier J; Breitkreutz S; Schmitt-Landsiedel D; Porod W; Lugli P; Csaba G (2012)
      This paper presents a computational study of logic devices built from single-domain Co/Pt nanomagnets, where magnetic properties of the dots are engineered by an inhomogenous focused ion beam (FIB) irradiation. We develop ...
    • Nanomagnetic logic devices fabrication using nanoimprint lithography 

      Imtaar M; Li P; Varga E; Csaba G; Bernstein G; Scarpa G; Porod W; Lugli P (IEEE, 2013)
      We present large scale fabrication of nanomagnetic logic devices using nanoimprint lithography. This is a fast and cost-effective way to fabricate nanomagnetic logic devices. Nanoimprint lithography is used for polymer ...
    • Nanomorphology tuning of the thermal response of TiO2/SiO2 Bragg stacks 

      Pavlichenko I; Exner AT; Logvenov G; Scarpa G; Lugli P; Lotsch BV (CANADIAN SCIENCE PUBLISHING, NRC RESEARCH PRESS, 2012)
      Herein, we present a comparative study of thermo- and environmentally responsive TiO2/SiO2 one-dimensional photonic crystals (Bragg stacks) fabricated by different deposition methods and fabrication schemes, featuring ...
    • Nanopatterning of P3HT:PCBM for organic solar cell realization 

      Schmidt M; Lugli P; Ulisse G; Ciceroni C; Brunetti F (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2016)
      Organic solar cells (OSC) are becoming an important alternative to standard inorganic ones since they have many intrinsic advantage, such as light weight, flexibility, and low fabrication costs. The use of plasmonic ...
    • Nanosensors for defense and security 

      Woolard D; Trew R; Polla D; Stroscio M; Varshney U; Jensen J; Lugli P; Aono M (2008)
    • Nanostructured interfaces in polymer solar cells 

      Wiedemann W; Sims L; Abdellah A; Exner A; Meier R; Musselman K; MacManus-Driscoll J; Müller-Buschbaum P; Scarpa G; Lugli P; Schmidt-Mende L (2010)
      The morphology in organic photovoltaics plays a key role in determining the device efficiency. We propose a method to fabricate bilayer devices with controlled nanostructured interfaces by combining nanoimprinting and ...
    • A nanostructured long-wave infrared range thermocouple detector 

      Russer, J; Jirauschek, C; Szakmany, G; Schmidt, M; Orlov, A; Bernstein, G; Porod, W; Lugli, P; Russer, P (IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society, 2015)
      Infrared (IR) detectors for the long-wave infrared range (LWIR) based on nanostructured thermocouples exhibit response times in the order of picoseconds and will open new areas of applications in THz broadband communication ...