Dr. Stefan Wurster

Function: Post Doc
Room: 315
Phone: +43(0)3842-804-315
E-Mail: stefan.wurster(at)oeaw.ac.at


  • Accelerated thermo-mechanical fatigue of copper metallizations studied by pulsed laser heating
    S. Wurster, S. Bigl, M.J. Cordill, D. Kiener
    Microelectronic Engineering167, 110-118 (2017)
  • Correlative microstructure and topography informed nanoindentation of copper films
    S. Bigl, T. Schöberl, S. Wurster, M.J. Cordill, D. Kiener
    Surface & Coatings Technology, 404-413 (2016)
  • Improved fracture behavior and microstructural characterization of thin tungsten foils
    V. Nikolic, S. Wurster, D. Firneis, R. Pippan
    Nuclear Materials and Energy9, 181-188 (2016)
  • Advanced tungsten materials for plasma-facing components of DEMO and fusion power plants
    R. Neu, J. Riesch, J.W. Coenen, J. Brinkmann, A. Calvo, S. Elgeti, C. Garcia-Rosales, H. Greuner, T. Hoeschen, G. Holzner, F. Klein, F. Koch, C. Linsmeier, A. Litnovsky, T. Wegener, S. Wurster, J.-H. You
    Fusion Eng. Des.109, 1046-1052 (2016)
  • Ductilisation of tungsten (W) through cold-rolling: R-curve behaviour
    J. Reiser, S. Wurster, J. Hoffmann, S. Bonk, C. Bonnekoh, D. Kiener, R. Pippan, A. Hoffmann, M. Rieth
    Int. J. Refract. Met. Hard Mat.58, 22-33 (2016)
  • Advanced characterisation of thermo-mechanical fatigue mechanisms of different copper film systems for wafer metallizations
    S. Bigl, S. Wurster, M.J. Cordill, D. Kiener
    Thin Solid Films612, 153-164 (2016)
  • Anisotropic deformation characteristics of an ultrafine- and nanolamellar pearlitic steel
    M.W. Kapp, A. Hohenwarter, S. Wurster, B. Yang, R. Pippan
    Acta Mater.106, 239-248 (2016)
  • Deformation and fracture characteristics of ultrafine-grained vanadium
    A. Hohenwarter, S. Wurster
    Mater. Sci. Eng. A-Struct. Mater. Prop. Microstruct. Process.650, 492-496 (2016)
  • Correlative characterization of primary Al-3(Sc,Zr) phase in an Al-Zn-Mg based alloy
    J.H. Li, M. Wiessner, M. Albu, S. Wurster, B. Sartory, F. Hofer, P. Schumacher
    Mater. Charact.102, 62-70 (2015)
  • Direct evidence for grain boundary motion as the dominant restoration mechanism in the steady-state regime of extremely cold-rolled copper
    O. Renk, A. Hohenwarter, S. Wurster, R. Pippan
    Acta Materialia, 401-410 (2014)