1. Dickert FL, Greibl W, Hayden O, Lieberzeit PA, Tortschanoff M, Bulst W-E, et al. Chemosensoren mit molekulargeprägten Erkennungsschichten-Technologie der analytspezifischen Sensoradaption. ITG FACHBERICHT. 1998:133-8.

2. Dickert FL, Achatz P, Bulst W-E, Greibl W, Hayden O, Ping L, et al., editors. Self-organized polymers as sensitive coatings. Photonics East'99; 1999: International Society for Optics and Photonics.

3. Dickert FL, Greibl W, Hayden O, Lieberzeit PA, Sikorski R, Tortschanoff M, et al. Development of materials for chemical sensors-From molecular cavities to imprinting techniques. Advances in science and technology. 1999:175-82.

4. Dickert FL, Greibl W, Hayden O, Sikorski R, Tortschanoff M, Weber K, et al. Sensors for Gas and Liquid Phases with Molecularly Imprinted and Selforganized Layers. Proceedings Sensor 99. 1999;1:183-8.

5. Dickert FL, Hayden O. Molecular imprinting in chemical sensing. TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry. 1999;18(3):192-9.

6. Dickert FL, Hayden O. Imprinting with sensor development–On the way to synthetic antibodies. Fresenius' journal of analytical chemistry. 1999;364(6):506-11.

7. Dickert FL, Hayden O, Zenkel M. Detection of volatile compounds with mass-sensitive sensor arrays in the presence of variable ambient humidity. Anal Chem. 1999;71(7):1338-41. doi: 10.1021/ac981014e.

8. Dickert FL, Hayden O. Molecular fingerprints using imprinting techniques. Advanced Materials. 2000;12(4):311-4.

9. Dickert FL, Hayden O, Halikias K, Lieberzeit PA, Rohrer A, Bulst W-E, et al. Molekular gepragte Chemosensoren fur die Qualitatskontrolle. VDI BERICHTE. 2000;1530:1051-6.

10. Dickert FL, Bulst W-E, Hayden O, Ping L, Achatz P, Sikorski R, et al., editors. Moulding of polymers for chemical sensors-: Strategies of analyte detection and mixture characterization. Proceedings of SPIE, the International Society for Optical Engineering; 2001: Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers.

11. Dickert FL, Greibl W, Haderspock C, Hayden O, Rohrer A, Scholl G, et al., editors. QCM and SAW transducers allow analyte detection from nanometer-to micrometer-dimensions using imprinting techniques. Frequency Control Symposium and PDA Exhibition, 2001 Proceedings of the 2001 IEEE International; 2001: IEEE.

12. Dickert FL, Halikias K, Hayden O, Piu L, Sikorski R. Sensors based on fingerprints of neutral and ionic analytes in polymeric materials. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical. 2001;76(1):295-8.

13. Dickert FL, Hayden O. Non-covalent molecularly imprinted sensors for vapours, polyaromatic hydrocarbons and complex mixtures. Techniques and Instrumentation in Analytical Chemistry. 2001;23:503-25.

14. Dickert FL, Hayden O, Halikias KP. Synthetic receptors as sensor coatings for molecules and living cells. Analyst. 2001;126(6):766-71.

15. Hayden O, Dickert FL. Selective microorganism detection with cell surface imprinted polymers. Advanced Materials. 2001;13(19):1480-3.

16. Hayden O, Haderspöck C, Dickert FL. Microorganism Detection With Selective Bioimprinted Polymers and Sol-Gels. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BIOCHROMATOGRAPHY. 2001;6:303-11.

17. Dickert FL, Hayden O. Bioimprinting of polymers and sol-gel phases. Selective detection of yeasts with imprinted polymers. Anal Chem. 2002;74(6):1302-6.

18. Dickert FL, Hayden O, Lieberzeit PA, Palfinger C. Sensor Materials-Detecting Molecules, Mixtures and Microorganisms. MRS Online Proceedings Library Archive. 2002;723.

19. Greibl W, Hayden O, Achatz P, Fischerauer G, Scholl G, Dickert FL, editors. Surface phenomena with organic coatings for chemical sensing. Proceedings of the SPIE; 2002.

20. Dickert F, Hayden O, Lieberzeit P, Palfinger C, Pickert D, Wolff U, et al. Borderline applications of QCM-devices: synthetic antibodies for analytes in both nm-and μm-dimensions. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical. 2003;95(1):20-4.

21. Dickert FL, Hayden O, Lieberzeit PA, Haderspöck C, Bindeus R, Palfinger C, et al. Nano-and micro-structuring of sensor materials—from molecule to cell detection. Synthetic Metals. 2003;138(1):65-9.

22. Dickert FL, Lieberzeit PA, Hayden O. Sensor strategies for microorganism detection--from physical principles to imprinting procedures. Anal Bioanal Chem. 2003;377(3):540-9. doi: 10.1007/s00216-003-2060-5.

23. Dickert FL, Lieberzeit PA, Hayden O. Chemische Sensoren durch Molekulares Prägen. Nachrichten aus der Chemie. 2003;51(11):1139-43.

24. Dickert FL, Lieberzeit PA, Hayden O, Bindeus R, Mann K-J, Haderspöck C. Selfassembling around Templates–Creating Nano Dots and Pits for Chemical Sensing–. MRS Online Proceedings Library Archive. 2003;776.

25. Dickert FL, Lieberzeit PA, Hayden O, Gazda-Miarecka S, Halikias K, Mann K-J, et al. Chemical sensors–from molecules, complex mixtures to cells–supramolecular imprinting strategies. Sensors. 2003;3(9):381-92.

26. Hayden O, Bindeus R, Dickert FL. Combining atomic force microscope and quartz crystal microbalance studies for cell detection. Measurement Science and Technology. 2003;14(11):1876.

27. Hayden O, Bindeus R, Haderspöck C, Mann K-J, Wirl B, Dickert FL. Mass-sensitive detection of cells, viruses and enzymes with artificial receptors. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical. 2003;91(1):316-9.

28. Dickert FL, Hayden O, Bindeus R, Mann K-J, Blaas D, Waigmann E. Bioimprinted QCM sensors for virus detection-screening of plant sap. Anal Bioanal Chem. 2004;378(8):1929-34. doi: 10.1007/s00216-004-2521-5.

29. Dickert FL, Lieberzeit PA, Gazda-Miarecka S, Mann K-J, Hayden O, Palfinger C. Synthetic receptors for chemical sensors--subnano- and micrometre patterning by imprinting techniques. Biosens Bioelectron. 2004;20(6):1040-4. doi: 10.1016/j.bios.2004.07.011.

30. Dickert FL, Lieberzeit PA, Hayden O, Schirk C, Halikias K. Molocular imprinting-a universal strategy for the development of chemosensors. VDI BERICHTE. 2004;1829:611-6.

31. Patolsky F, Zheng G, Hayden O, Lakadamyali M, Zhuang X, Lieber CM. Electrical detection of single viruses. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2004;101(39):14017-22.

32. Dickert FL, Hayden O, Chen X, Krassnig S, Kauling J, editors. Acoustic transducers and soft-lithography-detection of biological analytes. Industrial Electronics, 2005 ISIE 2005 Proceedings of the IEEE International Symposium on; 2005: IEEE.

33. Hayden O, Greytak AB, Bell DC. Core–shell nanowire light‐emitting diodes. Advanced Materials. 2005;17(6):701-4.

34. Hayden O, Payne CK. Nanophotonic light sources for fluorescence spectroscopy and cellular imaging. Angewandte Chemie International Edition. 2005;44(9):1395-8.

35. Lieberzeit PA, Glanznig G, Jenik M, Gazda-Miarecka S, Dickert FL, Leidl A. Softlithography in chemical sensing–analytes from molecules to cells. Sensors. 2005;5(12):509-18.

36. Dickert FL, Lieberzeit PA, Hayden O. Molecularly imprinted polymers for mass sensitive sensors: from cells to viruses and enzymes. Molecular imprinting of polymers. 2006:50-63.

37. Hayden O, Agarwal R, Lieber CM. Nanoscale avalanche photodiodes for highly sensitive and spatially resolved photon detection. Nature materials. 2006;5(5):352.

38. Hayden O, Haderspöck C, Krassnig S, Chen X, Dickert FL. Surface imprinting strategies for the detection of trypsin. Analyst. 2006;131(9):1044-50. doi: 10.1039/b608354b.

39. Hayden O, Lieberzeit PA, Blaas D, Dickert FL. Artificial antibodies for bioanalyte detection—Sensing viruses and proteins. Advanced Functional Materials. 2006;16(10):1269-78.

40. Hayden O, Mann KJ, Krassnig S, Dickert FL. Biomimetische AB0‐Blutgruppenbestimmung. Angewandte Chemie. 2006;118(16):2688-91.

41. Hayden O, Mann K-J, Krassnig S, Dickert FL. Biomimetic ABO blood-group typing. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl. 2006;45(16):2626-9. doi: 10.1002/anie.200502857.

42. Hayden O, Podlipna D, Chen X, Krassnig S, Leidl A, Dickert FL. Nanolithography and subnanomolecular interactions for biomimetic sensors. Materials Science and Engineering: C. 2006;26(5):924-8.

43. Björk MT, Hayden O, Schmid H, Riel H, Riess W. Vertical surround-gated silicon nanowire impact ionization field-effect transistors. Applied Physics Letters. 2007;90(14):142110.

44. Hayden O, Björk MT, Schmid H, Riel H, Drechsler U, Karg SF, et al. Fully Depleted Nanowire Field‐Effect Transistor in Inversion Mode. Small. 2007;3(2):230-4.

45. Hayden O, Zheng G, Agarwal P, Lieber CM. Visualization of carrier depletion in semiconducting nanowires. small. 2007;3(12):2048-52.

46. Hayden O, Agarwal R, Lu W. Semiconductor nanowire devices. Nano Today. 2008;3(5):12-22.

47. Hoth CN, Steim R, Schilinsky P, Choulis SA, Tedde SF, Hayden O, et al. Topographical and morphological aspects of spray coated organic photovoltaics. Organic Electronics. 2009;10(4):587-93.

48. Jenik M, Schirhagl R, Schirk C, Hayden O, Lieberzeit PA, Blaas D, et al. Sensing picornaviruses using molecular imprinting techniques on a quartz crystal microbalance. Anal Chem. 2009;81(13):5320-6. doi: 10.1021/ac8019569.

49. Rauch T, Böberl M, Tedde SF, Fürst J, Kovalenko MV, Hesser G, et al. Near-infrared imaging with quantum-dot-sensitized organic photodiodes. nature photonics. 2009;3(6):332-6.

50. Rauch T, Tedde SF, Hayden O. NEAR-INFRARED IMAGING: Hybrid photodiodes promise cost-effective short-wave IR imaging. Laser Focus World. 2009;45.

51. Tedde SF, Kern J, Sterzl T, Furst J, Lugli P, Hayden O. Fully spray coated organic photodiodes. Nano letters. 2009;9(3):980-3.

52. Liu Y, Szeifert JM, Feckl JM, Mandlmeier B, Rathousky J, Hayden O, et al. Niobium-doped titania nanoparticles: synthesis and assembly into mesoporous films and electrical conductivity. ACS nano. 2010;4(9):5373-81.

53. Hayden O, Nielsch K. Molecular-and Nano-tubes: Springer Science & Business Media; 2011.

54. Itskos G, Othonos A, Rauch T, Tedde SF, Hayden O, Kovalenko MV, et al. Optical Properties of Organic Semiconductor Blends with Near‐Infrared Quantum‐Dot Sensitizers for Light Harvesting Applications. Advanced Energy Materials. 2011;1(5):802-12.

55. Lilliu S, Böberl M, Sramek M, Tedde SF, Macdonald JE, Hayden O. Inkjet-printed organic photodiodes. Thin Solid Films. 2011;520(1):610-5.

56. Nemec H, Mics Z, Kempa M, Kuzel P, Hayden O, Liu Y, et al. Tuning the conduction mechanism in niobium-doped titania nanoparticle networks. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 2011;115(14):6968-74.

57. Pichler S, Rauch T, Seyrkammer R, Böberl M, Tedde SF, Fürst J, et al. Temperature dependent photoresponse from colloidal PbS quantum dot sensitized inorganic/organic hybrid photodiodes. Applied Physics Letters. 2011;98(5):21.

58. Haigh PA, Ghassemlooy Z, Le Minh H, Rajbhandari S, Arca F, Tedde SF, et al. Exploiting equalization techniques for improving data rates in organic optoelectronic devices for visible light communications. Journal of Lightwave Technology. 2012;30(19):3081-8.

59. Hayden O, Latif U, Dickert FL. A mass-sensitive approach for the detection of anaesthetic xenon. Australian Journal of Chemistry. 2012;64(12):1628-32.

60. Liu Y, Štefanić G, Rathouský J, Hayden O, Bein T, Fattakhova-Rohlfing D. Assembly of mesoporous indium tin oxide electrodes from nano-hydroxide building blocks. Chemical Science. 2012;3(7):2367-74.

61. Arca F, Kohlstädt E, Tedde SF, Lugli P, Hayden O. Large active area organic photodiodes for short-pulse X-ray detection. IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices. 2013;60(5):1663-7.

62. Arca F, Sramek M, Tedde SF, Lugli P, Hayden O. Near-infrared organic photodiodes. IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics. 2013;49(12):1016-25.

63. Arca F, Tedde SF, Sramek M, Rauh J, Lugli P, Hayden O. Interface trap states in organic photodiodes. Scientific reports. 2013;3.

64. Charwat V, Purtscher M, Tedde SF, Hayden O, Ertl P. Standardization of microfluidic cell cultures using integrated organic photodiodes and electrode arrays. Lab on a Chip. 2013;13(5):785-97.

65. Charwat V, Rothbauer M, Tedde SF, Hayden O, Bosch JJ, Muellner P, et al. Monitoring dynamic interactions of tumor cells with tissue and immune cells in a lab-on-a-chip. Analytical chemistry. 2013;85(23):11471-8.

66. Ghassemlooy Z, Haigh PA, Arca F, Tedde SF, Hayden O, Papakonstantinou I, et al. Visible light communications: 3.75 Mbits/s data rate with a 160 kHz bandwidth organic photodetector and artificial neural network equalization. Photonics Research. 2013;1(2):65-8.

67. Haigh PA, Ghassemlooy Z, Papakonstantinou I, Tedde F, Tedde SF, Hayden O, et al., editors. A MIMO-ANN system for increasing data rates in organic visible light communications systems. Communications (ICC), 2013 IEEE International Conference on; 2013: IEEE.

68. Helou M, Reisbeck M, Tedde SF, Richter L, Bär L, Bosch JJ, et al. Time-of-flight magnetic flow cytometry in whole blood with integrated sample preparation. Lab on a Chip. 2013;13(6):1035-8.

69. Latif U, Can S, Hayden O, Grillberger P, Dickert FL. Sauerbrey and anti-Sauerbrey behavioral studies in QCM sensors—Detection of bioanalytes. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical. 2013;176:825-30.

70. Leberl D, Ummethala R, Leonhardt A, Hensel B, Tedde SF, Schmidt O, et al. Characterization of carbon nanotube field emitters in pulsed operation mode. Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B, Nanotechnology and Microelectronics: Materials, Processing, Measurement, and Phenomena. 2013;31(1):012204.

71. Popescu BV, Popescu DH, Lugli P, Locci S, Arca F, Tedde SF, et al. Modeling and simulation of organic photodetectors for low light intensity applications. IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices. 2013;60(6):1975-81.

72. Haigh PA, Ghassemlooy Z, Bausi F, Papakonstantinou I, Le Minh H, Tedde SF, et al., editors. Organic visible light communications: Recent progress. Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON), 2014 16th International Conference on; 2014: IEEE.

73. Haigh PA, Ghassemlooy Z, Papakonstantinou I, Arca F, Tedde SF, Hayden O, et al. A 1-Mb/s visible light communications link with low bandwidth organic components. IEEE Photonics Technology Letters. 2014;26(13):1295-8.

74. Hayden O. Grand challenges for translational materials science. Frontiers in Materials. 2014;1:5.

75. Docter D, Strieth S, Westmeier D, Hayden O, Gao M, Knauer SK, et al. No king without a crown–impact of the nanomaterial-protein corona on nanobiomedicine. Nanomedicine. 2015;10(3):503-19.

76. Hayden O. One Binder to Bind Them All. Sensors. 2016;16(10):1665.

77. Reisbeck M, Helou MJ, Richter L, Kappes B, Friedrich O, Hayden O. Magnetic fingerprints of rolling cells for quantitative flow cytometry in whole blood. Scientific reports. 2016;6:32838.