Karlsruhe School of Elementary Particle and Astroparticle Physics: Science and Technology (KSETA)

Martin Angerer


Institute: IPE
Room: 415
Phone: +49 721 608-24112
Email: Martin.Angerer#kit.edu

PhD topic

Title: Manufacturing, characterization and optimization of transducer arrays for 3D Ultrasound Computer tomography
Thesis focuses on:

  • Ultrasound transducer technologies
  • Manufacturing processes
  • Transducer array characterization
  • Analytical and numerical transducer modelling
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Marc Weber

Thesis topics

Bachelor thesis: Mathematical modelling to predict the outcome of implantable microphones in the ossicular chain
Master thesis: Design of a bidirectional link for intracorporal data and energy transmission

Reviewed articles

[1] Martin Koch, Till Moritz Eßinger, Martin Angerer, Thomas Stoppe, Matthias Bornitz, Marcus Neudert, and Thomas Zahnert. Static and dynamic forces in the incudostapedial joint gap. Hearing Research, 378:92--100, 2019. [ bib | DOI ]
[2] Martin Angerer, Michael Zapf, Benjamin Leyrer, and Nicole V. Ruiter. Model-guided manufacturing of transducer arrays based on single-fibre piezocomposites. Appl. Sci., 10(4927), 2020. [ bib | DOI ]

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Proceedings papers

[1] Martin Angerer, Michael Zapf, Sylvia Gebhardt, Holger Neubert, and Nicole V. Ruiter. Enhanced klm model for single-fibre piezocomposite transducers. In 2020 IEEE Ultrasonics. IEEE. [ bib | DOI ]
[2] M. Angerer, M. Zapf, B. Leyrer, and N. V. Ruiter. Semi-automated packaging of transducer arrays for 3d ultrasound computer tomography. In 2020 IEEE Sensors, pages 1--4. IEEE. [ bib | DOI ]

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IWPMA 2019 (talk) , Manufacturing and design validation of net generation USCT transducers, Lyon, France
IEEE Ultrasonics 2020 (poster), Enhanced KLM model for single-fibre piezocomposite transducers, Las Vegas, United States (online conference)
IEEE Sensors 2020 (talk), Semi-automated packaging of transducer arrays for 3D ultrasound computer tomography, Rotterdam, Netherlands (online conference)