Dr. Frank Biedermann

Dr. Frank Biedermann is the group leader of the Emmy Noether research entity at the Insitute of Nanotechnology.Dr. Frank Biedermann - Group Leader

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Phone: 0049-(0)721/608-26341

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Office: 0-207

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Dr. Katharina Wendler

Dr. Katharina Wendler focuses on the development of the SupraBank web application, programming as well as curating.Bild1

 

 

Phone: 0049-(0)89/890-41520

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Office: 0-206

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Dr. Stephan Sinn

Dr. Stephan Sinn deals with the development of fluorescence based assays for the detection of biological relevant analytes.

Furthermore, he develops physico chemical models for supramolecular interactions and is responsible for the development of the cheminformatics platform SupraBank.Dr. Stephan Sinn - PostDoc

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M. Sc. Laura Grimm

Laura Grimm focuses on the development of a new molecular chemosensor.Bild_LauraGrimm-minmin.jpg

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Office: 0-252

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M. Sc. Amrutha Prabodh

Amrutha Prabodh focuses on the development of photophysical and chiroptical methods for analyte detection with chromophoric and emissive chemosensors.

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M. Sc. Rui Kang

Rui Kang focuses as collaboration programm with Luisa De Cola on the development of fluorescence based assays for the detection of biological relevant analytes.

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M. Sc. Chunting Zhong

Chunting Zhong focuses on chemosensor arrays on surfaces in collaboration with the working group of Dr. Dr. Michael Hirtz at INT.

 

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Office: 0-210

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M. Sc. Nilima Manoj Kumar

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Phone: 0049-(0)721/608-28933

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Office: 0-248

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Alumni

 

M. Sc. Sahana Sheshachala joined our group as a research assistant and has now started her PhD with Prof. Dr. Christof Niemeyer at the Institut for Biological Interfaces 1 at the KIT. All the best for your future!

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After one year of research intership with us, Dipl. Chem. Matthias Schuster has now become a Teacher for Chemistry and Physics. Good luck for your future and thanks for your hard and productive work with us.

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M. Sc. Philipp Avon joined the group of Michael Hirtz at INT as a PhD candidate, where he will develop printed sensor arrays in collaboration with us, extending on the promising results of his Master thesis.

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M. Sc. Ala Siennicka focused on the synthesis of novel water-soluable high-affinity receptors based on lipophilic building blocks. After one year of research intership with us, she is now working in a company.

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B. Sc. Johannes Wenz joined us for a 6 weeks internship and did good work supporting the groups efforts.

B. Sc. Joana Krämer joined us for a 6 weeks internship and worked under guidance of Laura on the development of a new molecular chemosensor.

B. Sc. Max Schussmann joined us for a 6 weeks internship and worked under guidance of Laura on the development of a new molecular chemosensor.

Emma Barilli joined us for a 2 months internship and studied different host-dye binding properties for their use as chemosensors.