Hagen Schmidt

Learn More
Generating aerosol droplets via the atomization of thin aqueous films with high frequency surface acoustic waves (SAWs) offers several advantages over existing nebulization methods, particularly for pulmonary drug delivery, offering droplet sizes in the 1-5-μm range ideal for effective pulmonary therapy. Nevertheless, the physics underlying SAW atomization(More)
  • Martin Herrmann, Kai Grürmann, Fritz Gliem, Hagen Schmidt, Michele Muschitiello, Véronique Ferlet-Cavrois +6 others
  • 2013
Different 2-Gbit and 4-Gbit DDR3 SDRAM devices have been tested. Under 60 Co, some of them showed a peculiar error pattern. Under heavy ions, none of the tested types displayed any latch-up. 2 I. INTRODUCTION SDRAM devices [1] are relevant for space applications – in particular for spacecrafts that will encounter a high total dose, like ESA's upcoming JUICE(More)
  • 1