PUBLICATIONS

Selected Publications with µAM

We are actively engaged in research projects with some of the top academic institutions around the globe, and our own engineers are leading the way. Please get in touch if you would like to collaborate. 

As Exaddon AG was originally a spin-off from Cytosurge AG, publications prior to 2019 reference the FluidFM µ3Dprinter and Cytosurge AG. 

Micromachines 2020 journal front cover featuring Exaddon research

Micromachines

Additive manufacturing of sub-micron to sub-mm metal structures with hollow AFM cantilevers. 2020

Advanced Engineering Materials 2019 journal front cover featuring Exaddon research

Advanced Engineering Materials

Multiscale Additive Manufacturing of Metal Microstructures. 2019

EUSPEN 2018 international conference proceedings featuring Exaddon research

EUSPEN

Pinpoint Additive Manufacturing of Complex 3D Microstructures of Pure Metal. 2018

Advanced Materials 2017 journal front cover featuring Exaddon research

Advanced Materials

Additive Manufacturing of Metal Structures at the Micrometer Scale. 2017

Advanced Materials 2016 journal front cover featuring Exaddon research

Advanced Materials

Template-Free 3D Microprinting of Metals Using a Force-Controlled Nanopipette for Layer-by-Layer Electrodeposition. 2016

Physical Review Letters 2015 journal article featuring Exaddon research

Physical Review Letters

Simultaneous Scanning Ion Conductance Microscopy and Atomic Force Microscopy with Microchanneled Cantilevers. 2015

Applied Physics Letters 2015 journal paper featuring Exaddon research

Applied Physics Letters

Electric Field Controlled Nanoscale Contactless Deposition Using a Nanofluidic Scanning Probe. 2015

RSC 2015 journal paper featuring Exaddon research

RSC Advances

Local Surface Modification via Confined Electrochemical Deposition with FluidFM. 2015

IEEE 2014 MEMS conference proceeding paper featuring Exaddon research

MEMS 

Electrospray Deposition from AFM Probes with Nanoscale Apertures. 2014

Analytical Chemistry 2013 journal paper Exaddon research

Analytical Chemistry

AFM Cantilever with in situ Renewable Mercury Microelectrode. 2013