1st Edition

Lecture Notes on Impedance Spectroscopy Volume 4

Edited By Olfa Kanoun Copyright 2014
    136 Pages 90 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    Lecture Notes on Impedance Spectroscopy (LNIS) is a book series covering new advances in the field of impedance spectroscopy including theory, fundamentals, and applications. In every volume it releases a selection of scientific contributions as extended chapters with detailed information about recent scientific research results.

    Modeling and parameterization

    Method for parameterization of impedance-based models with time domain data sets
    M. Slocinski

    A nonlinear impedance standard
    H. Nordmann, D.U. Sauer & M. Kiel

    Development of hybrid algorithms for EIS data fitting
    A.S. Bandarenka

    Bioimpedance modeling and characterization

    Evaluation of a swine model for impedance cardiography—a feasibility study
    M. Ulbrich, J. Mühlsteff, S. Weyer, M. Walter & S. Leonhardt

    Impedance spectroscopy study of healthy and atelectatic lung segments of mini pigs
    S.A. Santos, M. Czaplik & S. Leonhardt

    System for bioimpedance signal simulation from pulsating blood flow in tissues
    R. Gordon & K. Pesti

    Impedance-based infection model of human neutrophils
    A. Schröter, A. Rösen-Wolff & G. Gerlach

    Electrode contacts for bioimpedance measurements

    Optimal electrode positions to determine bladder volume by bioimpedance spectroscopy
    T. Schlebusch, S. Nienke, D. Leonhäuser, J. Grosse & S. Leonhardt

    Theoretical and experimental comparison of microelectrode sensing configurations for impedimetric cell monitoring
    M. Carminati, C. Caviglia, A. Heiskanen, M. Vergani, G. Ferrari, M. Sampietro, T.L. Andresen & J. Emnéus

    Influence of a sliding contact on impedance monitoring in a smart surgical milling tool
    C. Brendle, A. Niesche, A. Korff, K. Radermacher & S. Leonhardt

    Electrochemical systems

    Measurement procedure for the dynamic determination of total hardness of water during the washing process
    R. Gruden, D. Sanchez & O. Kanoun

    Impedance measurements at sol-gel-based polysiloxane coatings on aluminum and its alloys
    A.A. Younis, W. Ensinger & R. Holze

    Magnetic phenomena

    Precise eddy current measurements: Improving accuracy of determining of the electrical conductivity of metal plates
    O. Märtens, R. Land, R. Gordon, M. Min, M. Rist & A. Pokatilov

    Wood fiber ferrite micro- and nano-composite materials for EMI-shielding
    K. Dimitrov, T. Döhler, M. Herzog, S. Schrader & S. Nenkova


    Prof. Olfa Kanoun received her Dipl.-Ing. Degree in 1995 from the Technische Universität München and her Ph.D. degree in 2001 from 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.