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Matthias P. Kremer

Postdoctoral Researcher


Research

3D Printing of Novel 2D Nanomaterials: Adding Advanced 2D Functionalities to Revolutionary Tailored 3D Manufacturing

The aim of my Research is to apply novel Nanomaterials in Additive Manufacturing of Energy Storage Devices. Synthesis and characterization of novel 2D Nanomaterials is one of the main research interests of the Nicolosi group.

Based on successful work on ink-jet printing of these materials, an infrastructure grant for Additive Manufacturing (AM) technologies was recently funded. With the new AM lab covering state of the art 3D printing technologies (from 2-photon lithography to selective laser melting, fused deposition modelling, 3D ink-jet printing, aerosol-jet printing and digital light projection lithography) which provide a broad range of applicable materials (polymers, metals, ceramics) and the excellent synthesis and characterization background of the group, a fantastic ecosystem is available for development of next generation printing processes.

Matthias studied mechanical engineering at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany, and obtained his Dipl.-Ing. in 2013. During the Diploma Thesis he was working on MOEMS based laser scanners for light driven microfluidics

Both, the Diploma Thesis and the following PhD were conducted at CTR Carinthian Tech Research in Villach, Austria, in collaboration with and under the supervision of Prof. A. Guber of the Institute of Microstructure Technology from KIT.

During his PhD he was working on printed reactive nanocomposites for bonding applications. He has previously been working with ink-jet printing and photopolymer 3D printing.

Matthias
3D Printing has been around quite a while – employing custom made nanomaterials levels the technology from rapid prototyping to manufacturing of advanced functional devices.

Publications

Title:
Self-propagating reactive Al/Ni nanocomposites for bonding applications
Authors:
M. P. Kremer, A. Roshanghias, A. Tortschanoff
Source:
Micro and Nano Syst Lett (2017) 5: 12. doi:10.1186/s40486-017-0046-x
Title:
Mikrofuegen mit reaktiven Nanokompositen
Authors:
M. P. Kremer, A. Tortschanoff, and A. E. Guber
Source:
Mikrosystemtechnik Kongress 2015, Karlsruhe
Title:
MOEMS based laser scanner for light-driven microfluidics
Authors:
A. Tortschanoff, D. Damian, and M. P. Kremer
Source:
Eurosensors 2015, Freiburg
Title:
SHS-enabled reactive bonding for application in microsystems technologies
Authors:
M. P. Kremer, A. Tortschanoff, and A. E. Guber
Source:
International Symposium on Self-Propagating High Temperature Synthesis, Antalya, 2015
Title:
Reactive nanocomposites for heterogeneous integration
Authors:
M. P. Kremer, A. Tortschanoff, and A. E. Guber
Source:
Smart systems integration 2015, Copenhagen
Title:
Integrated packaging of 2D MOEMS mirrors with optical position feedback
Authors:
M. Baumgart, M. Lenzhofer, M. P. Kremer, and A. Tortschanoff
Source:
OPTO @ Photonics West 2015 MOEMS and Miniaturized Systems XIV, Proc. of SPIE Vol. 9375, 93750R, San Francisco
Title:
MOEMS based laser scanning device for light-driven microfluidics
Authors:
A. Tortschanoff, D. Damian, and M. P. Kremer
Source:
International Journal of Science and Engineering Investigations, vol. 4, no. 46, pp. 65–70, 2015.
Title:
MOEMS based laser scanner for light-driven microfluidics
Authors:
A. Tortschanoff, D. Damian, and M. P. Kremer
Source:
Procedia Engineering, vol. 120, pp. 1063–1066, 2015, doi: 10.1016/j.proeng.2015.08.757
Title:
Reactive nanocomposites for heterogeneous integration
Authors:
M. P. Kremer, A. Tortschanoff, and A. E. Guber
Source:
Smart Systems Integration 2015, T. Gessner, Ed., Apprimus Verlag, Aachen, 2015, pp. 418–421. ISBN: 978-3-86359-296-7.
Title:
Mechanical activation of reactive nanocomposites for bonding applications
Authors:
M. P. Kremer, A. Roshanghias, and A. Tortschanoff
Source:
NanoFIS 2016 Functional Integrated nanoSystems, Graz, 2016

Contact

School of Chemistry, CRANN
Tel: +353 1 8964 4640
E-mail: kremerm@tcd.ie
LinkedIn: Matthias's LinkedIn


Last updated 9 May 2018 physics@tcd.ie (Email).