Prof. Boris Mizaikoff

Professor and Chair, Director of Institute at Ulm University
Mizaikoff, Boris
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Area of Expertise: Optical senors, Photonics, Waveguides, Chem/bio sensors, Infrared, Biophotonics
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Dr. Boris Mizaikoff received his Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry at the Vienna University of Technology in 1996. Heading the Chemical Sensor Laboratory (CSL) he has been responsible for numerous research projects in the field of chemical IR sensors, including several multinational projects funded by the European Union. In 1997, he has been with the University of Texas, Austin/USA as a postdoctoral fellow. In October 2000 he finalized his Habilitation (Assoc. Prof. for Analytical Chemistry) at the Vienna University of Technology. Since Fall 2000 he was faculty member at the Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Chemistry and Biochemistry heading the Applied Sensors Laboratory (ASL). Since 2004 he was Director of the Focused Ion Beam Center (FIB2 Center) at Georgia Tech. In Fall 2007 he joined the faculty at Ulm University, Germany as a Chaired Professor and Director of the Institute of Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry (IABC). Today, his research interests focus on optical sensors, biosensors, and biomimetic sensors operating in the mid-infrared spectral range, system miniaturization and integration based on micro- and nanofabrication, multifunctional (nano)analytical platforms, focused ion beam (FIB) microscopy, development of biomolecular/biomimetic recognition architectures, multivariate data evaluation, and applications in environmental analytics, process analysis, and biomedical/clinical diagnostics. He is author/co-author of 340+ peer-reviewed publications, 16 patents, and 100+ plenary, keynote, and invited contributions at scientific conferences (WoS: h-index: 46).

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