Impedance Spectroscopy is a powerful measurement method used in many application fields such as electro chemistry, material science, biology and medicine, semiconductor industry and sensors. Using the complex impedance at various frequencies increases the informational basis that can be gained during a measurement. It helps to separate different effects that contribute to a measurement and, together with advanced mathematical methods, non-accessible quantities can be calculated.
This book is the second in the series Lecture Notes on Impedance Spectroscopy (LNIS). The series covers new advances in the field of impedance spectroscopy including fundamentals, methods and applications. It releases scientific contributions as extended chapters including detailed information about recent scientific research results.
Table of Contents
Modeling impedance spectroscopy data from lithium-ion battery aging utilizing particle swarm optimization;
Effects of soil properties on steel samples as studied with electro-chemical impedance measurements;
Magnetic field effect on hydrogen evolution activity of electrodeposited Ni-Mo coatings Scalable impedance spectroscopy: Comparative study of sinusoidal and rectangular chirp excitations;
;Harmonic controlled excitation in galvanostatic impedance spectroscopy;
Hardware concept and feature extraction for low-cost impedance spectroscopy for semiconductor gas sensors;
Current source considerations for broadband bioimpedance spectroscopy;
Handheld impedance measurement platform for preliminary analysis in biomedicine and technology;
Design and application of low cost system based on planar electromagnetic sensors and impedance spectroscopy for monitoring of nitrate contamination in natural water sources;
Impedance spectroscopy of novel interdigital sensors for endotoxin detection;
Characterisation of electromechanically active polymers using electrochemical impedance spectroscopy;
Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy of systems with low electrolytic conductivity;
Recent experiments at CiS (Center of intelligent Sensor technology) concerning CVD/ALD layer monitoring;
Impedance spectroscopy of solar cells;
Simulation of continuous spectroscopic bioimpedance measurements for impedance cardiography;
Tissue diagnostics using inductive impedance spectroscopy;
Impedimetric biosensor for determination of cell viability on cell adhesion;
Quantitative investigation of electrode geometry for biological tissues measurement;
Prof. Olfa Kanoun received the Dipl.-Ing. Degree in 1995 from the Technische Universität München and the Ph.D. degree in 2001 from the institute for measurement and automation at the Universität der Bundeswehr München in Germany. She was awarded from the Commission of Professors in Measurement Technology (AHMT) in Germany for the best dissertation in 2001. In 2004 she founded the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Chapter within the IEEE Section Germany. Since 2007 she is professor at Chemnitz University of Technology in Germany leading the chair for Measurement and Sensor Technology (MST). In 2008 she founded the International Workshop on Impedance Spectroscopy (IWIS). Her main research fields are: Impedance spectroscopy, sensors, measurement systems and energy harvesting.
"This book is the second from the series Lecture Notes on Impedance Spectroscopy. It includes selected and extended contributions from the International Workshop on Impedance Spectroscopy from 2010. It is a set of the papers describing state-of-the-art research in the field of spectroscopy. It contains advances in impedance spectroscopy that covers theory, methods and applications."
—IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine July/August 2019 Issue