Prof. Dr.-Ing. Alexander  Hetznecker

Prof. Dr.-Ing.

Alexander Hetznecker

Contact

Room

T2.2.16

Colloquium

Do. 9:45 - 11:15 Uhr, T2.2.16

Phone

(07231) 28-6170

Mail

alexander.hetznecker(at)hs-pforzheim(dot)de

2005 - Diplom (Universitaet), Engineering
Fakultät Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik
Germany


2005 - Dr.-Ing., Engineering
TU-Dresden
Germany


1999 - Diplom (FH), Sensor Systems Technology
FH-Karlsruhe
Germany


since 2012 - Hochschule Pforzheim - Germany

Professor


2005 - 2012 - Robert Bosch GmbH - Germany

Development Engineer


Dissertation

HETZNECKER, A. (2005). Untersuchung der gassensitiven Eigenschaften von SnO2/NASICON-Kompositen., Dresden, Germany.


Article in Proceeding

HETZNECKER, A. (2003). A. Hetznecker “Untersuchung von SnO2/Na+–Ionenleiter Kompositen als gassensitive Schichten” 6. Dresdner Sensor-Symposium, 8.-10. Dezember 2003. In Dresdner Beiträge zur Sensorik (Ed.).

HETZNECKER, A. (2002). A. Hetznecker “New Approach of selectivity enhancement for tin oxide gas sensors with solid state ionic conductors”, Proceeding of 9th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors, Boston MA, USA, 7.–10. Juli 2002.

HETZNECKER, A. (2001). Investigation of the Influence of Solid Ionic Conductor Admixtures on the Performance of Gas Sensors Based on Tin Oxide, Proceeding of 8th Euroconference on Science and Technology of Ionics, Carvoeiro, Portugal, 16.–22. September 2001. In Ionics (Ed.).


Scientific Paper/Report

HETZNECKER, A. (2007). Enhanced studies on the mechanism of gas selectivity and electronic interactions of SnO2/Na+-ionic conductors, Sens. Actuators B, Chem. 120 (2007) 378-385.

HETZNECKER, A. (2004). Investigation of SnO2/Na+–ionic conductor composites for new gas sensitive layers, Sens. Actuators B, Chem. 99 (2004) 373-383.

HETZNECKER, A. (2002). Investigation of the Influence of Solid Ionic Conductor Admixtures on the Performance of Gas Sensors Based on Tin Oxide, Ionics 8 (2002) 234-243.


Academic Papers of Pforzheim University

HETZNECKER, A. (2003). Einflüsse von Festkörper-Ionenleitern auf die Eigenschaften von Halbleiter-Gassensoren., Karlsruhe, Germany.