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Acoustofluidics is the active manipulation of fluids as well as of immersed particles or cells at the micro- and nanoscale and is a key technology for life sciences. Acoustic waves, more precisely, ultrasonic waves featuring high frequencies far beyond the audible range, are predestined for this purpose...<\/p>","imageObject":{"variants":[{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/0\/7\/csm_surface-acoustic-wave-devices_7c48b4dcc1.jpg.webp","type":"image\/webp","name":"default","width":"570","breakpoint":"1200"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/0\/7\/csm_surface-acoustic-wave-devices_7c48b4dcc1.jpg","name":"default","width":"570","breakpoint":"1200"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/0\/7\/csm_surface-acoustic-wave-devices_a5a8957241.jpg.webp","type":"image\/webp","name":"large","width":"900","breakpoint":"992"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/0\/7\/csm_surface-acoustic-wave-devices_a5a8957241.jpg","name":"large","width":"900","breakpoint":"992"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/0\/7\/csm_surface-acoustic-wave-devices_e02974d77b.jpg.webp","type":"image\/webp","name":"medium","width":"1380","breakpoint":"768"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/0\/7\/csm_surface-acoustic-wave-devices_e02974d77b.jpg","name":"medium","width":"1380","breakpoint":"768"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/0\/7\/csm_surface-acoustic-wave-devices_caf392babf.jpg.webp","type":"image\/webp","name":"extrasmall","width":"640","breakpoint":"320"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/0\/7\/csm_surface-acoustic-wave-devices_caf392babf.jpg","name":"extrasmall","width":"640","breakpoint":"320"}],"default":{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/0\/7\/csm_surface-acoustic-wave-devices_7c48b4dcc1.jpg","alt":"","title":""}},"link":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/jp\/selective-polarization-conversion-of-surface-acoustic-waves","origUid":6724,"readingTime":"5 min","subline":"Selective polarization conversion of surface acoustic waves","tags":[{"title":"Micro & nanotechnology","uid":10},{"title":"Acoustics & ultrasonics","uid":2},{"title":"General R&D","uid":6}],"technologies":[{"title":"Vibrometry","uid":214}],"title":"A new driving mechanism for acoustofluidics*","uid":6731,"visits":103},{"authors":[],"datetime":null,"description":"

The excitation of a multi-cantilever MEMS structure by molecular Brownian motion is investigated by ultra-high resolution optical vibrometry. This novel approach to testing enables applications such as the calibration of AFM tips.<\/p>","imageObject":{"variants":[{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/d\/e\/csm_exciting-vibration_ea804d9097.jpg.webp","type":"image\/webp","name":"default","width":"570","breakpoint":"1200"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/d\/e\/csm_exciting-vibration_ea804d9097.jpg","name":"default","width":"570","breakpoint":"1200"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/magazine\/vibrometry\/image\/exciting-vibration.jpg.webp","type":"image\/webp","name":"large","width":"900","breakpoint":"992"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/magazine\/vibrometry\/image\/exciting-vibration.jpg","name":"large","width":"900","breakpoint":"992"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/magazine\/vibrometry\/image\/exciting-vibration.jpg.webp","type":"image\/webp","name":"medium","width":"1380","breakpoint":"768"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/magazine\/vibrometry\/image\/exciting-vibration.jpg","name":"medium","width":"1380","breakpoint":"768"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/d\/e\/csm_exciting-vibration_ec774a07d6.jpg.webp","type":"image\/webp","name":"extrasmall","width":"640","breakpoint":"320"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/d\/e\/csm_exciting-vibration_ec774a07d6.jpg","name":"extrasmall","width":"640","breakpoint":"320"}],"default":{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/d\/e\/csm_exciting-vibration_ea804d9097.jpg","alt":"","title":""}},"link":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/jp\/precision-vibrometry-on-a-self-excited-multi-cantilever-mems-structure","origUid":6395,"readingTime":"4 min","subline":"Exciting vibration","tags":[{"title":"Micro & nanotechnology","uid":10}],"technologies":[{"title":"Vibrometry","uid":214}],"title":"Precision vibrometry on a self-excited, multi-cantilever MEMS structure","uid":6590,"visits":79},{"authors":[],"datetime":null,"description":"

For applications where tactile surface measurement techniques have shortcomings, non-contact optical instruments have been developed to overcome these shortcomings. Especially with the development of computing capability, these methods provide surface information quickly and with high resolution.<\/p>","imageObject":{"variants":[{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/b\/6\/csm_precision-surfaces_c19daa5f98.jpg.webp","type":"image\/webp","name":"default","width":"570","breakpoint":"1200"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/b\/6\/csm_precision-surfaces_c19daa5f98.jpg","name":"default","width":"570","breakpoint":"1200"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/b\/6\/csm_precision-surfaces_dc6fa2e482.jpg.webp","type":"image\/webp","name":"large","width":"900","breakpoint":"992"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/b\/6\/csm_precision-surfaces_dc6fa2e482.jpg","name":"large","width":"900","breakpoint":"992"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/magazine\/vibrometry\/image\/precision-surfaces.jpg.webp","type":"image\/webp","name":"medium","width":"1380","breakpoint":"768"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/magazine\/vibrometry\/image\/precision-surfaces.jpg","name":"medium","width":"1380","breakpoint":"768"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/b\/6\/csm_precision-surfaces_50211e5069.jpg.webp","type":"image\/webp","name":"extrasmall","width":"640","breakpoint":"320"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/b\/6\/csm_precision-surfaces_50211e5069.jpg","name":"extrasmall","width":"640","breakpoint":"320"}],"default":{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/b\/6\/csm_precision-surfaces_c19daa5f98.jpg","alt":"precision surfaces","title":""}},"link":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/jp\/overview-of-optical-methods-for-surface-metrology","origUid":6326,"readingTime":"5 min","subline":"Have a closer look on precision surfaces","tags":[{"title":"Electronics, semicon, solar","uid":5},{"title":"Mechanical & precision engineering","uid":8},{"title":"Micro & nanotechnology","uid":10}],"technologies":[{"title":"Surface Metrology","uid":212}],"title":"Overview of optical methods for surface metrology","uid":6584,"visits":106},{"authors":[],"datetime":null,"description":"

Next generation ultrasound imaging research is focused on a new sensor technology which utilizes large arrays of small membrane sensors. Accurate performance from these sensors can enable a new suite of medical imaging applications, allowing doctors to more rapidly test and diagnose their patients.<\/p>","imageObject":{"variants":[{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/1\/d\/csm_cmut-ultrasound_91addd3a98.jpg.webp","type":"image\/webp","name":"default","width":"570","breakpoint":"1200"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/1\/d\/csm_cmut-ultrasound_91addd3a98.jpg","name":"default","width":"570","breakpoint":"1200"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/1\/d\/csm_cmut-ultrasound_5ae0f8b4c1.jpg.webp","type":"image\/webp","name":"large","width":"900","breakpoint":"992"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/1\/d\/csm_cmut-ultrasound_5ae0f8b4c1.jpg","name":"large","width":"900","breakpoint":"992"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/magazine\/vibrometry\/image\/cmut-ultrasound.jpg.webp","type":"image\/webp","name":"medium","width":"1380","breakpoint":"768"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/magazine\/vibrometry\/image\/cmut-ultrasound.jpg","name":"medium","width":"1380","breakpoint":"768"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/1\/d\/csm_cmut-ultrasound_88de47a4fd.jpg.webp","type":"image\/webp","name":"extrasmall","width":"640","breakpoint":"320"},{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/1\/d\/csm_cmut-ultrasound_88de47a4fd.jpg","name":"extrasmall","width":"640","breakpoint":"320"}],"default":{"src":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/fileadmin\/_processed_\/1\/d\/csm_cmut-ultrasound_91addd3a98.jpg","alt":"cmut ultrasound","title":""}},"link":"https:\/\/magazine.polytec.com\/jp\/non-destructive-measurements-for-determining-the-performance-of-a-cmut-ultrasound-transducer","origUid":6321,"readingTime":"4 min","subline":"Diagnosis in a breath","tags":[{"title":"Micro & nanotechnology","uid":10}],"technologies":[{"title":"Vibrometry","uid":214}],"title":"Non-destructive measurements for determining the performance of a CMUT ultrasound transducer","uid":6582,"visits":97},{"authors":[],"datetime":null,"description":"

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