The team consists of highly motivated and optimistic people: physicist, electrical engineers, and medical student. Our main goal is to make a biosensor and present it. Also, we aim to become a good team this year, share our experience, and study an exciting topic.
As we prepare ourselves for the competition, we want to dive into how the biomarker can improve diagnostics and treatment and develop a technical solution accordingly.
The main motive of our team is not just to make a profit from the model and participate in the competition but also to make our sensor available to all the patients who need it. That is why we are looking for a cheap and robust solution
He is a Professor for Micro- and Nanosystems at RWTH Aachen and Director of the Institute of Materials in Electrical Engineering 1. He is working at the interface between biosensing, biotechnology, cell biology, nanotechnology, electronics, and micro- and nanosystem technology.
He did his doctoral studies at the Department of Nanoscale Science, Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research (MPI-FKF), Stuttgart. He is currently research group leader of the Nanomaterials and BioNanoInterfaces Group at the Institute for Materials in Electrical Engineering 1, RWTH Aachen University.