Simon Werner

Arbeitsgebiete

  • 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

 

Simon Werner
Scientist BioMEMS and Sensors
M.Sc. Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
T +49 (0)7121 51530-899
F +49 (0)7121 51530-62

Publications

  • HepaChip-MP – a twenty-four chamber microplate for a continuously perfused liver coculture model
    Busche M, Tomilova O, Schütte J, Werner S, Beer M, Groll N, Hagmeyer B, Pawlak M, Jones P D, Schmees C, Becker H, Schnabel J, Gall K, Hemmler R, Matz-Soja M, Damm G, Beuck S, Klaassen T, Moer J, Ullrich A, Runge D, Schenke-Layland K, Gebhardt R und Stelzle M
    Lab on a Chip, DOI: 10.1039/d0lc00357c
  • Multimodal Chemosensor-Based, Real-Time Biomaterial/Cell Interface Monitoring
    Kubon M, Hartmann H, Moschallski M, Burkhardt C, Link G, Werner S, Stelzle M
    Advanced Biosystems. 2018; 2(6):1700236.
  • Auf Herz und Nieren prüfen
    Hagmeyer B, Becker H, Werner S, Stelzle M (2016).
    Physik Journal. 2016; 10:31
  • Towards quantification of biocompatibility: Monitoring ingrowth behavior of biomaterials in tissue with a microsensor implant
    Kubon M, Moschallski M, Ensslen T, Link G, Werner S, Burkhardt C, Hartmann H, Schlosshauer B, Urban G, Stelzle M
    IEEE Conference Paper, 2011, doi: 10.1109/TRANSDUCERS.2011.5969289
  • A microsensor system to probe physiological environments and tissue response
    Kubon M, Moschallski M, Link G, Ensslen T, Werner S, Burkhardt C, Nisch W, Scholz B, Schlosshauer B, Urban G, Stelzle M
    IEEE Conference Paper, 2010, doi: 10.1109/TRANSDUCERS.2011.5969289
  • Towards implantable sensors and actuators (Part 1): A microsensor device to probe biological and physiological environments
    Kubon M, Moschallski M, Werner S, Link G, Burkhardt C, Nisch W, Urban G & Stelzle M
    Biomedizinische Technik / Biomedical Engineering (2010), 10.1515/bmt.2010.711
  • Towards implantable sensors and actuators (Part 2): Avian ex ovo culture as quasi-in vivo environment
    Kubon M, Moschallski M, Link G, Werner S, Burkhardt C, Nisch W, Scholz B, Schlosshauer B, Urban G & Stelzle M
    Biomedizinische Technik / Biomedical Engineering (2010), 10.1515/bmt.2010.520
  • Ex ovo culture: An in vivo model for microsensorarray implants
    Kubon M, Moschallski M, Link GS, Werner S, Burkhardt C, Nisch W, Scholz B, Schlosshauer B, Urban G, Stelzle M
    7th International Meeting on Substrate-Integrated Microelectrode Arrays Reutlingen, 2010, NMI, BioPro.
  • Towards in vivo sensors: An electrochemical microsensor implant in an in vivo environment using avian ex ovo cultures
    Kubon M, Moschallski M, Link G, Werner S, Burkhardt C, Nisch W, Scholz B, Schlosshauer B & Urban G
    Conference Paper, Electrochemistry, 2010