Dr. Jörg Ettenauer

Danube University Krems

Dr. Jörg Ettenauer

Center for Water and Environmental Sensors

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Publications (Extract Research Database)

Ettenauer, J. (2019). Schimmeldetektion-ein Methodenüberblick. In: Ulrich Bogenstätter, Gerhard Führer, Christian Hanus, 9. Würzburger Schimmelpilz-Forum: 11-17, Edition Donau-Universität Krems, Krems

Ettenauer, J.; Semak, V.; Brandl, M. (2018). Synthesis of Fluorescein Aldehydes for the Sensitive Detection of L-Cysteine. MDPI Proceedings, 2018, 2: 895, MDPI

Ettenauer, J.; Zuser, K.; Pfeiffer, S.; Cserna, D.; Brandl, M. (2018). A Reliable and Sensitive Method Using Cyclic Voltammetry for the Detection of Airborne Fungi. MDPI Proceedings, 2: 959, MDPI

Kellner, K.; Ettenauer, J.; Brandl, M. (2018). A New Integrated Multi-Pathogen in Situ Detection Platform Using Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy. MDPI Proceedings, 2018: 1506, MDPI

Mazza, G.; Posnicek, T.; Wagner, L.M.; Ettenauer, J.; Zuser, K.; Gusenbauer, M.; Brandl, M. (2017). Thermal lens spectrometry applied for a sensitive detection of silver-stained protein bands in polyacrylamide gels. Sensors and Actuators B-Chemical, 249: 731–737

Ettenauer, J. (2017). Elektrochemische Detektion von Escherichia coli im Trinkwasser. In: Forum Wasserhygiene, Das Trinkwasserbuch: 72-75, FORUM Wasserhygiene e.V. Freidegg50, 3325 Ferschnitz, AUSTRIA, Wien

Ettenauer, J.; Zuser, K.; Kellner, KH.; Posnicek, T.; Brandl, M. (2016). 8-hydroxyquinoline-glucuronide sodium salt used as electroactive substrate for a sensitive voltammetric detection of Escherichia coli in water samples. Procedia Engineering, Proceedings of the 30th anniversary Eurosensors Conference – Eurosensors 2016, 168: 143-146

Kellner, K.; Ettenauer, J.; Zuser, K.; Posnicek, T.; Brandl, M. (2016). An automated, Robotic Biosensor for the Electrochemical Detection of E. Coli in Water. Proceedia Engeneering, 168: 594-597

Posnicek, T.; Ettenauer, J.; Zuser, K.; Kellner, K.; Brandl, M. (2016). A fluorescence based sensor system for automated detection of E. coli in water. Procedia Engineering, Proceedings of the 30th anniversary Eurosensors Conference – Eurosensors 2016, 168: 574-577

Ettenauer, J.; Zuser, K.; Kellner, K.; Posnicek, T.; Brandl, M. (2015). Development of an Automated Biosensor for Rapid Detection and Quantification of E. coli in Water. Procedia Engineering, Vol. 120: 376-379

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Schimmeldetektion-ein Methodenüberblick

9. Würzburger Schimmelpilz-Forum Würzburg, Deutschland, 29/03/2019

Use of phospholipase A activity for detection of pathogenic bacteria in vitro

2.nd European Biosensor Symposium Florenz, Italien, 19/02/2019

A New Integrated Multi-Pathogen in Situ Detection Platform Using Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy

Eurosensors 2018, Graz, Österreich, 10/09/2018

Synthesis of Fluorescein Aldehydes for the Sensitive Detection of L-Cysteine

Eurosensors 2018, Graz, Österreich, 10/09/2018

A Reliable and Sensitive Method Using Cyclic Voltammetry for the Detection of Airborne Fungi

Eurosensors 2018, Graz, Österreich, 10/09/2018

A reliable detection method for cellulolytic, airborne fungi using cyclic voltammetry

5th international Conference on Bio-sensing Technology, 09/05/2017

Optimisation of electrochemical impedance spectroscopy for a biosensor to detect fungi

5th international Conference on Bio-sensing Technology, 08/05/2017

Electrochemical detection of microorganisms: fungi and bacteria

2. Workshop - Modelling of biological cells in fluid -Vratna, Slowakei, 07/02/2017

Sensoren zur Schimmeldetektion (Lehrveranstaltung)

Qualifizierungsseminar "Hygienic Design" WKOÖ Linz, 26/01/2017

An automated, Robotic Biosensor for the Electrochemical Detection of E. Coli in Water

Eurosensors 2016, Budapest, Hungary, 06/09/2016

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Patents (Extract Research Database)

Method for potentiometric detection of Escherichia coli bacteria using an electroactive substrate [Translation]

Department for Integrated Sensor Systems

Patent-Nr: 519072, Status: Erteilung

Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Martin Brandl, Dr. Jörg Ettenauer

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