The NMI is a member of the Innovation Alliance Baden-Württemberg. It is involved in application-oriented research at the interface between the life sciences and material science. An interdisciplinary team of scientists is developing new technologies for companies and public research sponsors in the areas of Pharma and Biotech, Biomedicine and Materials Science, and Material Analysis and Electron Microscopy.
The Advanced Materials group of Prof. Dr. Jannik Meyer studies how 2D materials can enable new functionalities by structuring, patterning and stacking 2D materials in new combinations – achieving additive manufacturing at the atomic scale.
In this research group, there is a vacancy for a scientist with the opportunity to earn a doctorate, starting as early as April 2023 (65%) with the following area of responsibility:
Within the Clusters4Future project “nanodiag BW,” solid-state nanopores are being researched to enable detection and analysis of biomolecules such as peptides. Nanopores detect and analyze single molecules by electrical measurement during their passage through the nanopore. While biological nanopores are already used for DNA sequencing, the spectrum of synthetic materials and their properties make solid-state nanopores a promising technology for future biosensors.
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Frau Katja Rösslein
NMI Naturwissenschaftliches und Medizinisches Institut an der Universität Tübingen
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