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NANODEVICE in the media

Responsive development of nanotechnology
Kai Savolainen
Barents Newsletter on Occupational Health and Safety 2012; 15:33-35

Tracing particles (in German)
Markus Keller
(ReinRaumTechnik 14 (2012), Nr.5, S.48-49)

NANODEVICE — A case study for the development of a measuring device
Markus Keller
(NanoCom workshop”Innovation Training Factory”, March 31, 2010, Stuttgart)

Modeling the Kelvin polarization force actuation of micro- and nanomechanical systems
Silvan Schmid, Christofer Hierold and Anja Boisen
(JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS 107, 054510 2010)

Position and mass determination of multiple particles using cantilever based mass sensors
Søren Dohn, Silvan Schmid, Fabien Amiot and Anja Boisen
(APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS 97, 044103 2010)

Real-Time Particle Mass Spectrometry Based on Resonant Micro Strings
Silvan Schmid, Søren Dohn and Anja Boisen
(Sensors 2010, 10, 8092-8100)

Capacity building in safe Nanotechnologies
Markus Keller and Udo Gommel
(NANOSAFE 2010, Grenoble, France)

Conceptual model for assessment of inhalation exposure to manufactured nanoparticles
Thomas Schneider, Derk Henri Brouwer, Ismo Kalevi Koponen, Keld Alstrup Jensen, Wouter, Fransman, Birgit van Douren-Stuurman, Martie von Tongeren and Erik Tielemans
(Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology 2011, 1–14)

Capacity building in safe nanotechnologies
Markus Keller and Udo Gommel
(Journal of Physics, Conference Series 304 (2011) 012082. Doi:10.1088/1742-6596/304/1/012082)

NANODEVICE — Novel Concepts, Methods, and Technologies for the Production of Portable, Easy-to-use Devices for the Measurement and Analysis of Airborne Engineered Nanoparticles in Workplace Air
Markus Keller, Sari Sirviö and Kai Savolainen
(In: Partnership for European Research in Occupational Safety and Health -PEROSH-; Institut National de Recherche et de Sécurité -INRS-:INRS Occupational Health Research Conference 2011: Risks associated with nanoparticles and nanomaterials : 5-6-7 April 2011, Nancy - France. Abstracts, Nancy, 2011, pp.66)

Monitoring method for nanofibers: Personal sampler and corresponding reading device
Markus Keller, Nicole Neubauer and Martin Seipenbusch
(In: Partnership for European Research in Occupational Safety and Health -PEROSH-; Institut National de Recherche et de Sécurité -INRS-:INRS Occupational Health Research Conference 2011: Risks associated with nanoparticles and nanomaterials : 5-6-7 April 2011, Nancy - France. Abstracts, Nancy, 2011, pp.67)

NANODEVICE Novel Concepts, Methods, and Technologies for the Production of Portable, Easy-to-use Devices for the Measurement and Analysis of Airborne Engineered Nanoparticles in Workplace Air
Markus Keller, Sari Sirviö and Kai Savolainen
(Poster presentation at the Swiss Nano Convention 2011 in Baden, Switzerland)

NANODEVICE — Novel Concepts, Methods, and Technologies for the Production of Portable, Easy-to-use Devices for the Measurement and Analysis of Airborne Engineered Nanoparticles in Workplace Air
Markus Keller, Sari Sirviö and Kai Savolainen
(Poster presentation at the 5th international symposium on Nanotechnology, Occupational Safety and Health 2011, Boston, USA)

Monitoring method for carbon nanotubes (CNT): Personal sampler and corresponding reading device
Markus Keller, Guido Kreck, Yvonne Holzapfel, Nicole Neubauer and Martin Seipenbusch
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Presentation and Publication In: Kück, H.; 4M Association: 4M 2011, 8th International Conference on Multi-Material Micro Manufacture. Proceedings: 8 - 10 November 2011, Stuttgart, Germany. Singapore: Research Publishing, 2011)