I was born in Nuremberg in 1996 and after my high school graduation, I decided to study electrical engineering (automation) at the DHBW Stuttgart in cooperation with the company Robert Bosch GmbH. After exciting insights into production and development departments at Bosch in Nuremberg, Stuttgart and San Luis Potosi (Mexico), I completed my Bachelor's degree in 2017 and started my consecutive Master's degree at the Technical University of Munich. Since I have always been interested in interdisciplinary research between electrical engineering, physics and chemistry, I chose micro- and nanoelectronics as my focus. During the master's program, I spent a semester abroad in Seoul (South Korea) and worked as a master student at the Fraunhofer Institute for Microsystems and Solid State Technologies (EMFT). My master thesis at Fraunhofer was part of the EU project SmartVista, with the goal to develop an electrochemical microsensor, which is able to detect the stress hormone cortisol in sweat. During the course of my master's thesis, I became interested in biosensors, which can be used in many exciting areas, such as monitoring of health status or water quality. Therefore, I started my doctoral program in this field in September 2020.
- Miniaturized Multi-Ion Sensorarrays for Healthcare or Environmental Applications
- Data Processing of Smart Sensors for the Internet of (Medical) Things
- Additive Manufacturing: Ink-Jet Printing Techniques