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Institute of Aerosol and Sensor Technology

We are the competence centre of the FHNW School of Engineering for aerosol and sensor technology as well as electrical power engineering.

Thanks to numerous innovative projects, we have developed extensive competencies. Take advantage of our knowledge within the framework of technology transfer.

Competencies

Selected projects

DUWAS: Sensor warns against volcanic ash

To increase the safety of aviation, the FHNW University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland is developing a sensor that detects volcanic ash.

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SwiSS-Transformer

For the future electricity supply, an interdisciplinary research team is developing a dynamic transformer.

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Aesthesiometer for measuring corneal sensitivity

Feasibility study for the development of an aesthesiometer.

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Measurement of soot particles with photothermal interferometry

The FHNW Institute of Aerosol and Sensor Technology is working on a new measurement method for detecting atmospheric soot particles.

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Infrastructure

Well-equipped modern laboratory: Aerosol laboratory, laboratory for sensor technology, power engineering laboratory, research laboratory for power semiconductors and energy network.

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Contact

Prof.
Prof. Dr. Heinz Burtscher Head of Institute of Aerosol and Sensor Technology FHNW Telephone : +41 56 202 74 73 E-Mail : heinz.burtscher@fhnw.ch

School of Engineering

School of Engineering FHNW Klosterzelgstrasse 2 5210 Windisch
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