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SCL SensorTech

 Contact data
StreetDonau-City-Strasse 1 
ZIP, City, Region 1220 - Wien (Vienna) 
Phone+43-6643937743 
EmailSend Email
 Contact person

Dr Ernest J. Fantner
 Employees (Total)
Total: 1-10  number of researches: 5
 Competencies

 Central aim of organisation
R&D and production of scanning probes and related AFM-modules

 Briefly describe your organisation
SCL-Sensor.Tech. was founded in 2004 by Georg E. Fantner and was transformed into a limited liability company (GmbH) in 2006 .

Our multidisciplinary team consists of specialists in the fieds of physics, business and finance, semiconductor and MEMS processing, electrical engineering and biological sciences. In addition to our own team, we have collaborations with many leading research groups world wide to keep in close contact to cutting edge research and development.

 Core Competency

Research & Development

 ICT sectors:
   - Electronic circuits, components and equipment     
   - Design & Methods for Nanoelectronics     
   - Equipment & Materials for Nanoelectronics     
   - MEMS Technologies     
 RTD Experiences & Publications

 My organisation has been involved in projects funded by the following EU-programmes
  Coordinator  Partner 
EU Framework Programme (FP)
EUREKA

 Austrian Research and Development Projects
  Coordinator  Partner 
Non-cooperative Projects (Single projects)        
Cooperative Projects

 Publications
* MIT News Office (March 14, 2010). New microscopy technique offers close-up, real-time view of cellular phenomena. Press release. Initiates file download(pdf)

* G.E. Fantner et al., Kinetics of antimicrobial peptide activity measured on individual bacterial cells using high-speed atomic force microscopy in Press, available online 14 march (2010). Initiates file download(pdf)

* G.E. Fantner et al., Use of self-actuating and self-sensing cantilevers for imaging biological samples in fluid. Nanotechnology 20 (2009) 434003 (10pp) Initiates file download(pdf)

* G.E. Fantner et al., DMCMN: In Depth Characterization and Control of AFM Cantilevers With Integrated Sensing and Actuation. Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement, and Control NOVEMBER 2009, Vol. 131 / 061104-1Initiates file download(pdf)
* G.Fantner, G.E., Barbero, R.J., Gray, D.S. & Belcher, A.M. Kinetics of antimicrobial
peptide activity measured on individual bacterial cells using high-speed atomic force
microscopy. Nature nanotechnology 5, 280-5 (2010).

 Inserted / Updated
2006-02-08 / 2012-03-20