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Dr. Ernest Weingartner

Dr. Ernest Weingartner

Activities

I teach the subject "measurement and sensor technology" (mst, mst1 and mst2) and "laboratory energy and propulsion systems" (eal1 and eal 2) for students studying "mechanical engineering", "systems engineering" and "electrical and information technology".

Profile

Publications

I am listed by Thomson Reuters as "highly cited researcher" in 2014, 2015 and 2016

Citation report from my ResearcherId (as of July 2017):

  • Total Articles in Publication List:  173
  • Sum of the Times Cited:  10358
  • Average Citations per Article:  60.57

h-index:  55

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.

to DUWAS: Sensor warns against volcanic ash

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.

to Measurement of soot particles with photothermal interferometry
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