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Peter Zijlstra (scientific coordinator)

Dr. Peter Zijlstra is an associate professor of Molecular Plasmonics in the research group for Molecular Biosensing for Medical Diagnostics, a joint group of the TU/e departments of Applied Physics and Biomedical Engineering. He develops approaches for single-molecule sensing with…

Ilja Voets

Prof.dr.ir. Ilja Voets is a professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry & the Institute for Complex Molecular Systems (ICMS) at Eindhoven University of Technology. She leads a team of chemists, physicists, biologists, and engineers, studying self-assembly processes…

Henrik Flyvberg

Henrik Flyvbjerg is a theoretical physicist and an associate professor in the Department of Health Technology at the Technical University of Denmark.  He received his degrees (MSc, PhD, and habilitation) from the Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen. …

Johan Hofkens

Prof. Johan Hofkens Johan Hofkens graduated from the Laboratory of Photochemistry and Spectroscopy, KU Leuven (Belgium), in 1993 studying TICT-states in organic molecules by time-resolved fluorescence measurements. After a postdoctoral stays (1994–1995) with Prof. Masuhara at Osaka University (Japan) on…

Susana Rocha

Prof. Susana Rocha Susana Rocha was born in Torres Novas, Portugal, in 1983. In 2005 she obtained her MSc in Chemistry at the Instituto Superior Técnico (part of the Technical University of Lisbon, PT). During the last year, she performed…

Hiroshi Uji-i

Hiroshi Uji-i Prof. Hiroshi Uji-i received his PhD in Science entitled “Revealing structure and reaction at liquid-solid interface at nano scale using scanning tunnelling microscopy”, from Tohoku University in Japan at 2002. He pursued a postdoctoral research KU Leuven (Belgium)…

Katharina Landfester

Prof. Dr. Katharina Landfester received her doctoral degree in Physical Chemistry after working in 1995 at the MPI for Polymer Research (MPIP). After a postdoctoral stay at the Lehigh University (Bethlehem, PA), she worked at the MPI of Colloids and…

Ingo Lieberwirth

Ingo Lieberwirth studied physics at the University of Dortmund. He obtained his diploma in 1997 with a thesis on selected metallization of polymer surfaces under the supervision of Prof. J. Petermann. During this work he came into contact with electron…

Prof. Guillermo P. Acuna

Since 2018 Guillermo Pedro Acuna is a Full Professor at the Physics department of the University of Fribourg where he leads the Photonic Nanosystems group. He has pioneered the use of the DNA origami technique for nanophotonics focusing on the…

Frank Scheffold

Prof. Frank Scheffold (Pfullendorf, Germany, 28.05.1969) is German-Swiss physicists and the head of the Soft Matter and Photonics Group at the physics department at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland. He studied at the University of Konstanz in Germany, as well as the Weizmann Institute of…

Francesco Sciortino

Prof. Francesco Sciortino received his Ph.D. from Palermo University, Italy. He was then post-doc with H. Eugene Stanley at Boston University. After a short stay in Cagliari, Italy (CRS4) he moved to Rome as Assistant and later on Full Professor…

Emanuela Zaccarelli

Dr. Emanuela Zaccarelli is a Research Director at the CNR Institute for Complex Systems. She graduated in Physics in 1999 at la Sapienza University and obtained her PhD in Physical Chemistry in 2002 from the University College Dublin, Ireland. She…

Marco Donolato

Marco Donolato is Ørsted postdoctoral researcher at DTU Nanotech, Denmark and CTO and cofounder of Blusense diagnostics. He obtained his PhD in Micro and Nanotechnology in between Politecnico di Milano and the Technical University of Denmark followed by a researcher…

Maria Ada Malvindi (deputy coordinator)

Dr. Maria Ada Malvindi is president and founder member of the company HiQ-Nano and a researcher. BSc in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology at the University of Naples “Federico II” (2007). She completed her PhD thesis in “Science and interdisciplinary technologies” at the National…

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