Publications


Keysight Technologies, Application Note: Imaging with Self-Sensing Cantilever on Keysight 5500/5600LS Atomic Force Microscopes. Opens external link in new windowhttp://www.keysight.com (2017-08-21) Opens external link in new windowPDF

 


D. Yablon: Cross-platform integration of AFM with SEM: Offering the best of both worlds. Microscopy and Analysis 31(2): p14-18 (March/April 2017)   Initiates file downloadPDF

 


Maja Dukic et al.: Direct-write nanoscale printing of nanogranular tunnelling strain sensors for sub-micrometre cantilevers. Nature Communications 7, Article number: 12487 (2016-09-26), DOI: 10.1038/ncomms12487; Opens external link in new windowPDF

 


Maja Dukic et al.:Piezoresistive AFM cantilevers surpassing standard optical beam deflection in low noise topography imaging. Scientific Reports 2015, 5:16393; published: 2015 Nov. 17, 11 pages, doi:10.1038/srep16393.
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Anastasios Badarlis et al.: Measurement and Evaluation of the Gas Density and Viscosity of Pure Gases and Mixtures Using a Micro-Cantilever Beam. Sensors 2015, 15(9), 24318-24342; published: 2015 Sept. 22, doi:10.3390/s150924318. Opens external link in new windowpdf



Michael Leitner et al.: Increased imaging speed and force sensitivity for bio-applications with small cantilevers using a conventional AFM setup. In: Micron, Volume 43, Issue 12, December 2012, Pages 1399–1407. Opens external link in new windowpdf


M. Huth, F. Porrati, C.H. Schwalb, M. Winhold, R. Sachser, M. Djukic, J. Adams, and G. Fantner, Focused electron beam induced deposition – a perspective, Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology, published: 29/03/2012, DOI: 10.3762/bjnano.3.70. Opens external link in new windowpdf


MIT News Office (March 14, 2010). "New microscopy technique offers close-up, real-time view of cellular phenomena". Opens external link in new windowPress release


G.E. Fantner et al., Kinetics of antimicrobial peptide activity measured on individual bacterial cells using high-speed atomic force microscopy, in Press, available online 14 march (2010). Opens external link in new windowLink


G.E. Fantner et al.: Use of self-actuating and self-sensing cantilevers for imaging biological samples in fluid. Nanotechnology 20 (2009) 434003 (10pp). Opens external link in new windowpdf


G.E. Fantner et al., DMCMN: In Depth Characterization and Control of AFM Cantilevers With Integrated Sensing and Actuation. Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement, and Control NOVEMBER 2009, Vol. 131 / 061104-1. Opens external link in new windowLink


Paul K. Hansma, Georg Schitter, Georg E. Fantner, and Craig Prater Science  314: 601-602 27 October (2006). Opens external link in new windowLink


APZ Applikationszentrum-Ilmenau Newsletter (2006)/Nr.3. Initiates file downloadpdf


Gutsmann, T. et al.: Force spectroscopy of collagen fibers to investigate their mechanical properties and structural organization. Biophysical Journal 86, 3186-3193 (2004). Opens external link in new windowpdf


Kindt, J. H., Fantner, G. E., Thompson, J. B. & Hansma, P. K. Automated wafer-scale fabrication of electron beam deposited tips for atomic force microscopes using pattern recognition. Nanotechnology 15, 1131-1134 (2004). Opens external link in new windowLink


G.E. Fantner et al., Components for high speed atomic force microscopy, Ultramicroscopy, in Press, available online 27 April (2006). Opens external link in new windowpdf