Dipl.-Ing.
PhD Researcher

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Philippa R. C. Böhnke

Philippa Böhnke studied mechanical engineering (Diploma) in Dresden. Her study thesis concerning the development of medical composite implants was awarded with the VDMA creativity award from Deutscher Textilmaschinenbau in 2020. After her graduation, she started working at the Institute of Textile Machinery and High Performance Material Technology. Philippa is working in the research group of textile chemistry and textile finishing / polymer- and fiber technology. Currently she is occupied with the development of different demonstrators within CeTI.

Projects/Cooperation within CeTI you are involved in:

• Development of demonstrators (e.g. rock paper scissor)
• Research about textile sensors and actors

CeTI rooms within CeTI you are involved in:

U3, TP2

Further Questions:

What do you value most about your work at CeTI?

I think what I value the most is the interdisciplinary within CeTI. It is very interesting to see challenges and developments from new and different perspectives. Further new research challenges and ideas are created in the dialogue with colleagues from other disciplines.

What was your best moment at CeTI so far?

This is very hard to say because the collaboration and people within CeTI are making every project, meeting and event to a very special one.

What else would you like to research?

I am very interested in doing research on new textile concepts for sensors and actors.

How do you spend your spare time?

This is varying. I really do like hiking but also sewing, cooking and baking. However, the most I like spending my spare time with my family and friends with good food and good conversation.

Publications:
1.

Chokri Cherif; Iris Kruppke; Andreas Nocke; Philippa R. C. Böhnke; Hans Winger

Development of a Smart Kinesiotape (Miscellaneous)

Poster at the Internationale Leitmesse für Technische Textilien und Vliesstoffe (Techtextil), 2022.

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2.

Philippa R. C. Böhnke; Hans Winger; Florian Wieczorek; Mareen Warncke; Lisa-Marie Lüneburg; Iris Kruppke; Andreas Nocke; Eric Häntzsche; Chokri Cherif

Protective coating for electrically conductive yarns for the implementation in smart textiles (Journal Article)

In: Solid State Phenomena, vol. 333, pp. 11–20, 2022.

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3.

Florian Wieczorek; Hans Winger; Philippa R. C. Böhnke; Jens Wagner; Eric Häntzsche; Andreas Nocke; Iris Kruppke; Chokri Cherif

Novel knitting vision – Modern ways for integral knitting of intelligent gloves for Tactile Internet applications (Journal Article)

In: Solid State Phenomena, vol. 333, pp. 39–46, 2022.

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4.

Hans Winger; Philippa R. C. Böhnke; Jens Wagner; Luca Oppici; Andreas Nocke; Chokri Cherif

Development of sensor design for Smart Kinesiotape for future sensing applications in motion capturing (Inproceedings)

In: Proceedings of the World Textile Conference (AUTEX), 2022.

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5.

Mareen Warncke; Philippa R. C. Böhnke; Andrea Grácová; Andreas Nocke; Chokri Cherif

Development of test method for the characterization of electrically conductive yarns for integration in smart textiles (Inproceedings)

In: Proceedings of the World Textile Conference (AUTEX), 2022.

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6.

Hans Winger; Johannes Mersch; Henriette Probst; Florian Wieczorek; Philippa R. C. Böhnke; Iris Kruppke; Eric Häntzsche; Andreas Nocke; Chokri Cherif

Electromechanical properties of silver-plated yarns and their relation to yarn construction parameters for human motion monitoring and soft robotic proprioception (Inproceedings)

In: Proceedings of the World Textile Conference (AUTEX), 2021.

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