How Growing Requirements on Temperature Sensors Can Be Met—Introducing the microRTD Sensor

Virtual Session at Sensors Converge 2021

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2021-09-21 08:00:00

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microRTD - smaller than a tip of a pen, ultra-thin, flexible and accurate temperature monitoring
microRTD - smaller than a tip of a pen, ultra-thin, flexible and accurate temperature monitoring

Abstract of the Virtual Session

Temperature is an important parameter to be measured in a variety of applications. The development of a low profile, rapid response temperature sensor for applications in medical devices, IC packaging, lab-on-chip and miniaturized electronics is described. Its small footprint (0201), low profile (<50 µm), bendability, accuracy and ultra-short response time makes it perfect for sensing temperature from very tight spaces and very close to the heat source.

Dr.-Ing. Christoph Nick - Head of Advanced Development, Heraeus Nexensos GmbH
Dr.-Ing. Christoph Nick - Head of Advanced Development, Heraeus Nexensos GmbH

Get to Know Our Speaker Dr.-Ing. Christoph Nick

Christoph currently works as the Head of Advanced Development at Heraeus Nexensos GmbH.

After accomplishing his PhD in Electrical Engineering from the Technical University Darmstadt, he started his career with Heraeus in 2015 initially as development engineer and project manager.