Kiel Nano, Surface and Interface Science (KiNSIS)

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»Lighting with energy efficient light-emitting diodes or blood analyses at home by means of optical measurement technology: Visions like these are the driving force behind my research. In order to realize them, my team and I combine optical technologies with nanotechnology. We design new systems with computer simulations and produce prototypes in the Kiel Nanolab. In our laser labs we characterize their properties and distinctive features.«

Martina Gerken. Professor for Integrated Systems and Photonics at Kiel University since 2008. Before head of the working group Micro and Nanooptical Systems at the Light Technology Institute Karlsruhe. Born in Göttingen. Doctoral degree at Stanford University/USA in 2003.

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  • all day: Summer School 2019 of the CRC 1261: Magnetic sensing and applications in medicine and industry – state of the art and new prospects
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