Research

Research

Find out what we are planning to do. 

Publications

Publications

Read the scientific contributions of the Biedermann Labs.

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Equipment

Have a look at our Equipment.

The INT

The INT@KIT

Read more about the Insitute of Nanotechnology as part of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.

Ala joins the group

Ala joined us as PhD candidate! She is a polish chemist and supports us in reaching our synthesis aims! Good to have you here!

Update June 2018

Stephan attended the FUNSOM-KIT bilateral workshop at the University of Soochow, China. He represented our group with a talk entitled Analyte Detection by High-Affinity Chemosensors. Alongside Stephan, also Peter Krolla (IFG), Michael Hirtz (INT) and Alexander Colsmann (LTI) attended the workshop as delegates from the KIT. We are very grateful to our hostess Lifeng Chi and the director Shuit-Tong Lee for the invitation. The KIT supported this workshop with its StratP program, which we would like to acknowledge certainly.

 

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Group Activity

 

On 28th of May our group went on a group activity day to the Waldseilpark Karlsruhe to reward/celebrate Stephan's JACS paper. It was a real fun day with a lot of laughing, good company and a picknic with selfmade food as completion of our trip :)

 

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Update January 2018

Laura has joined the group as a PhD candidate. We wish you all the best of luck for your research project!

 

 

Update July 2017

Amrutha has joined the group as a PhD candidate. Welcome to Germany!

 

Johannes has joined the group as a student assistand.

 

We wish you both all the best of luck for your research projects!

 

 

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Team members

 

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Dr. Frank Biedermann

Group Leader

 

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Dr. Stephan Sinn

PostDoc

stephan.sinn@kit.edu

 

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M.Sc. Laura Grimm

PhD Student

laura.grimm@kit.edu

 

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M.Sc. Amrutha Prabodh

PhD Student

amrutha.prabodh@kit.edu

 

 

 Ala  

M.Sc. Ala Siennicka

PhD Student

alicja.siennicka@kit.edu

Funding

Emmy Noether Program by DFG
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
Fonds der Chemischen Industrie
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