Britta Hagmeyer

Areas of activity

- Optimization during the development of microfluidic systems using numerical simulations

- Development of LabVIEW-based software, e.g. for the control of microfluidic components

Research interests

- Numerical simulations of physical phenomena in microfluidic systems, LabVIEW programming

Stages of career

Since 2018   Groupleader IT

2008-2018   Research associate in the group BioMEMS and Sensor Technology

2007 / 2008  Diploma thesis at the NMI in the group BioMEMS and Sensor Technology, implementation and simulation of physical models in FlexPDE® for the description of particle transport in liquids according to local application

1999 - 2008  Studied Bioinformatics at the Eberhard Karls University Tübingen

Britta Hagmeyer

Group Leader IT
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Publications

  • Auf Herz und Nieren prüfen
    Hagmeyer B, Becker H, Werner S, Stelzle M (2016).
    Physik Journal. 2016; 10:31
  • Towards plug and play filling of microfluidic devices by utilizing networks of capillary stop valves
    Hagmeyer B, Zechnall F, Stelzle M
    Biomicrofluidics. 2014 Sep 19;8(5):056501. doi: 10.1063/1.4896063. eCollection 2014 Sep.
  • Numerical modelling and measurement of cell trajectories in 3-D under the influence of dielectrophoretic and hydrodynamic forces
    Holzner F, Hagmeyer B, Schütte J, Kubon M, Angres B, Stelzle M
    Electrophoresis. 2011 August; 32(17): 2366-2376. DOI 10.1002/elps.201100026
  • "Artificial micro organs"-a microfluidic device for dielectrophoretic assembly of liver sinusoids
    Schutte J, Hagmeyer B, Holzner F, Kubon M, Werner S, Freudigmann C, Benz K, Bottger J, Gebhardt R, Becker H, Stelzle M
    Biomed Microdevices. 2011 Jun;13(3):493-501. doi: 10.1007/s10544-011-9517-7.
  • MicroPrep: chip-based dielectrophoretic purification of mitochondria
    Moschallski M, Hausmann M, Posch A, Paulus A, Kunz N, Duong TT, Angres B, Fuchsberger K, Steuer H, Stoll D, Werner S, Hagmeyer B, Stelzle M
    Electrophoresis. 2010 Aug;31(15):2655-63. doi: 10.1002/elps.201000097.
  • Chemical stimulation of adherent cells by localized application of acetylcholine from a microfluidic system
    Zibek S, Hagmeyer B, Stett A, Stelzle M
    Front Neuroeng. 2010 Nov 26;3:113. doi: 10.3389/fneng.2010.00113. eCollection 2010.
  • Chemical stimulation of cells – microsystem, experiment & modelling
    Zibek S, Hagmeyer B, Stett A, Stelzle M
    Proceedings MEA Meeting 2008, Reutlingen, BioPro edition, Vol.5, p.266-269, ISBN 3-938345-05-5