Univ.-Prof. Dr. Hubert Brückl

Danube University Krems

About the person

Hubert Brückl graduated in Physics and received his PhD in 1992 from the University of Regensburg. After positions at the Technical University of Darmstadt until 1994, the Institute of Solid State and Material Research (IFW) in Dresden until 1998, the Department of Thin Films and Nanostructures at the University of Bielefeld and a research sabbatical at Siemens AG, he got his habilitation in 2004. From 2005 on, he was head of the business unit “Nano Systems” in the Health & Environment Department at the AIT Austrian Institute of Technology in Vienna. In 2013, he joined the Department for Integrated Sensor Systems at the Danube University Krems. His scientific interests cover thin films, charge transport in solid state, magnetism, sensors, micro- and nanotechnology.

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Suess, D.; Bachleitner-Hofmann, A.; Satz, A.; Weitensfelder, H.; Vogler C.; Bruckner, F.; Abert, C.; Prügl, K.; Zimmer, J.; Huber, C.; Luber, S.; Raberg, W.; Schrefl, T.; Brückl, H. (2018). Topologically Protected Vortex Structures to Realize Low-Noise Magnetic Sensors with High Linear Range. Nature Electronics, Vol. 1: 362-370

Weitensfelder , H.; Brueckl, H.; Satz, A.; Suess, D. (2018). Noise Characterization of Vortex-State GMR Sensors with Different Free Layer Thicknesses. MDPI Proceedings 2018, Vol. 2: 1013

Weitensfelder, H.; Brueckl, H.; Satz A.; Pruegl, K.; Zimmer, J.; Luber, S.; Raberg, W.; Abert C.; Bruckner, F.; Bachleitner-Hofmann, R.; Windl, R.; Suess, D. (2018). Comparison of sensitivity and low-frequency noise contributions in giant-magnetoresistive and tunneling-magnetoresistive spin-valve sensors with a vortex-state free layer. Physical Review Applied, Vol. 10: 054056

Haslinger, M.; Mitteramskogler T.; Shoshi, A.; Schotter, J.; Schrittwieser, S.; Mühlberger, M.; Brückl, H. (2018). UV-nil based fabrication of plasmon-magnetic nanoparticles for biomolecular sensing. International Society for Optics and Photonics Proceedings, Vol. 10722: 107220

Haslinger, M.; Mitteramskogler, T.; Shoshi, A.; Schotter, J.; Schrittwieser, S.; Mühlberger, M.; Brückl, H. (2018). UV-nil based fabrication of plasmon-magnetic nanoparticles for biomolecular sensing . Proceedings of SPIE, Vol. 10772: 10772O

Mitteramskogler, T.; Haslinger, M. J.; Shoshi, A.; Schrittwieser, S.; Schotter, J.; Brueckl, H.; Muehlberger, M. (2018). Fabrication of nanoparticles for biosensing using UV-NIL and lift-off. Proceedings of SPIE, Vol. 10775: 107750Y

Brueckl, H.; Müehlberger, M. (2017). Preface: Special Issue on Micro- and Nano-Fabrication. Microelectronic Engineering, 176: A1

Wurft, T.; Raberg, W.; Pruegl, K.; Satz, A.; Reiss, G.; Brueckl, H. (2017). The Influence of Edge Inhomogeneities on Vortex Hysteresis Curves in Magnetic Tunnel Junctions. IEEE Transactions on Magnetic, 53(11): DOI: 10.1109/TMAG.2017.2715072

Brueckl, H.; Satz, A.; Pruegl, K.; Wurft, T.; Luber, S.; Raberg, W.; Zimmer, J.; Suess, D.; (2017). Vortex magnetization state in a GMR spin-valve type field sensor. IEEE, 2017 IEEE International Magnetics Conference (INTERMAG): 10.1109/INTMAG.2017.8007557

Shoshi, A.; Schneeweiss, P.; Haslinger, M.; Glatzl, T.; Kovacs, G.; Schinerl, J.; Muehlberger, M.; Brueckl, H. (2017). Biomolecular Detection Based on the Rotational Dynamics of Megneto-Plasmonic Nanoparticles. Jean-Paul Viricelle, Christophe Pijolat and Mathilde Rieu, Proceedings 2017, 1(4): doi:10.3390/proceedings1040541, MDPI AG, Basel

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Wavelength Selective Metamaterial Absorber for Thermal Detectors

MNE 2015, 23/09/2015

Magnetoresistive sensors and magnetic nanoparticles applied to biomolecular diagnostics

Faculty Colloquium, Christian-Albrecht University, 06/07/2014

Thermally Actuated Passive Bistable MEMS Switch

MESS 14 Vienna, 09/05/2014

Nanostructures and Surfaces

Lecture at Hochschule Kärnten, Master Course "Bionics for energy management", Villach, WS 2013/14, 02/12/2013

Magnetoresistive sensors and magnetic nanoparticles applied to biomolecular diagnostics

Opening ceremony, Christian Doppler Laboratory “Future Magnetic Sensors and Materials”, Vienna University of Technology, 15/10/2013

Magnetoresistive sensors and magnetic nanoparticles applied to biomedical diagnostics

JEMS 2013, plenary talk, Rhodos, Greece, 27/08/2013

Nano-engineered materials for sensor applications

BIOSUN workshop, National Institute of Materials Physics, Bucharest-Magurele, Romania, 17/06/2013

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