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Award for the contribution "impedance spectrometer" in the framework of lnnovationPlus

The colleagues Dr. Zimmermann, Prof. Huisman, Dr. Mester and Mr. Glaas of the institutes ZEA-2 and IBG-3 of the Forschungszentrum Jülich were awarded a prize for their outstanding innovative ability within the framework of the Innovationsplus.

The prize was awarded for the impedance spectrometer SIP04, which is made available to international scientific users in the form of a license for the application software and the manufacturing documents.

Schematic representation of the impedance spectrometer and the sample.Schematic representation of the impedance spectrometer and the sample.
Copyright: Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH

l.: Photo of the PC-based hardware of the impedance spectrometer. r.: Photo of the notebook based hardware of the impedance spectrometer.l.: Photo of the PC-based hardware of the impedance spectrometer. r.: Photo of the notebook based hardware of the impedance spectrometer.

References:

Zimmermann, E.; Kemna, A.; Berwix, J.; Glaas, W.; Münch, H. M. & Huisman, J. A. (2008), 'A High accuracy impedance spectrometer for measuring sediments with low polarizability', Meas. Sci. Technol. 19, 105603 (9pp).

Huisman, J. A.; Zimmermann, E.; Esser, O.; Haegel, F.-H.; Treichel, A. & Vereecken, H. (2016), 'Evaluation of a novel correction procedure to remove electrode impedance effects from broadband SIP measurements', Journal of Applied Geophysics 135(466–473).

Contact:

Egon Zimmermann
Central Institute of Engineering, Electronics and Analytics (ZEA-2)
Tel. 02461 61-6279
E-Mail: e.zimmermann@fz-juelich.de


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