Cluster Seminar by Nicholas A. Melosh

November 07, 2017 - November 07, 2017


Associate Professor Nicholas A. Melosh
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Standford University, Standfort, USA

Engineering Inorganic-Biological Interfaces: Fluidic Cell Access and Measuring Cell Activity

Date & Time
Tuesday, November 7, 11 am (11:00 Uhr)

Seminar room (ground floor)
Carl-Troll-Str. 31
53115 Bonn

Professor Melosh received his B.S. degree in Chemistry from Harvey Mudd College in 1996, then went on to do a Ph.D. in Materials Science at UC Santa Barbara working with Brad Chmelka, Galen Stucky, and Glenn Fredrickson.  He worked with Professor Jim Heath at UCLA/Caltech as a post-doc from 2001-2003, and joined the Materials Science and Engineering department at Stanford University in 2003.  Professor Melosh's interests include interfacing inorganic structures with biology, lipid mechanics, energy conversion, and plasmonics.  He is a Terman Fellow and Reid and Polly Anderson Faculty Scholar at Stanford University.