Dr.-Ing. Meike Beer

Areas of activity

Microfluidics for applications as Lab on a Chip, for separation of biological particles, sample preparation in microfluidics systems, joining technologies for microfluidics, integration of electrodes in microfluidics.

Stages of career

2007 - Present Research associate in the group BioMEMS and Sensor Technology

2007                 PhD in microsystems technology on immobilization of proteins in hydrogel microarrays on                                  polymer substrates

2003 - 2007     Scientific assistant at the Chair of Chemistry and Physics of Interfaces,                                                                      Institute for Microsystems Technology, University of Freiburg

1998 - 2003     Studied microsystems technology at the University of Freiburg.


Kai Fuchsberger

Areas of activity

Surface modification and electrochemistry for sensor applications

Stages of career

2006 - 2009   Further education in mathematics and physics and studies of nanobiotechnology,                                                  TU Kaiserslautern (DISC)

2006 - 2009   Further education in mathematics and physics and studies of nanobiotechnology,                                                  TU Kaiserslautern (DISC)

1999 - 2006    Dipl. Biologist, University of Bayreuth, Diploma thesis with Prof. Dr. Erwin Beck,                                                        Plant Physiology on effects of artificial auxins on cell division and elongation growth of                                          tobacco cell cultures

1999                Process control, Hoechst Trevira GmbH & Co KG in Bobingen

1996 - 1999   Apprenticeship as chemical laboratory assistant, Hoechst Trevira GmbH & Co KG, Bobingen 

1995 - 1996    Studied Mathematics, University of Augsburg


Simon Werner

Areas of activity

System integration of electronics and microfluidics for biological applications in , Lab on a Chip Systems, Microfluidics - Design,, Peripheral systems for dielectrophoresis and fluidic control,, rapid prototyping: 3D CAD (SolidWorks®), CAM/CAE, micro milling, AVT, opt. Sensors/ Measurement technology

Stages of career

since 2009  Part-time Master's degree in Electrical Engineering/ Information Technology, Open University in Hagen, Germany

since 2007  Scientific employee/engineer at the AG BioMEMS und Sensorik

2003 - 2007  Studied Mechatronics at the FH Reutlingen

2001 - 2006  Scintec AG, Atmospheric Measurement Technology


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