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I am interdisciplinary trained at the interface between chemical reaction engineering, material science, physics, and physical chemistry. My research results and activities can be grouped into three main areas of experience in the fields of soft-matter, nanooptics and nanotechnology: I) The self-assembly of molecules and particles to achieve functional materials in 2D and 3D; II) (Colloidal) lithography and advanced nanofabrication for complex plasmonic, optical, (opto)electrical and catalytically applications; and III) understanding optical properties of complex nanophotonic and plasmonics systems.”

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Research Experience

UKRI Postdoctoral Individual Fellow (EU MSCA underwrite) from 09.2022

Leopoldina Postdoctoral Fellow 05.2022 - 08.2023

NanoPhotonics research centre of Prof. Professor Jeremy J Baumberg FRS, FRSC University of Cambridge, Department of Physics - The Cavendish Laboratory, UK

Postdoctoral Researcher 10.2021 - 04.2022

Lab of Prof. Dr Nicolas Vogel Friedrich–Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

PhD Candidate 02.2018 - 09.2021

Lab of Prof. Dr Nicolas Vogel Friedrich–Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

Intern 08.2013 - 01.2014

German Aerospace Center (DLR e.V.), Stuttgart, Germany

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Education

Doctorate 02.2018 - 09.2021

Dr. Ing. Verfahrenstechnik, grade: ‘summa cum laude’

*Chiral Plasmonic Nanostructures via Colloidal Templating”*

Lab of Prof. Dr Nicolas Vogel

Friedrich–Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

M.Sc. (hons) 02.2018 - 09.2021

Advanced Materials and Processes, grade: ‘1.0 (=“with distinction”)’

Major field of study: “Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology” and “Computational Materials Science and Process Simulation”

Friedrich–Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

B.Sc. (hons) 02.2018 - 09.2021 Double Degree

Physics, grade: ‘First Class Honours’

Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom

B.Sc. 02.2018 - 09.2021 Double Degree

Physical Engineering, grade: ‘1.1 (=“with distinction”)’

Major field of study: “Process Technology and Power Engineering”

University of Applied Sciences Ravensburg-Weingarten, Germany

Vocational Training as Electronics Technician for Equipment and Systems

Major field Field: Information and Communication Technology

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Awards, Achievements and Grants

2022, Leopoldina Postdoctoral Fellowship, 2-year full Scholarship for my postdoc at the University of Cambridge

2021, Online Best Oral Presentation Prize; NanoGe Spring meeting 2021

2020, Online/London Poster and Flash Presentation Prize; London Plasmonics Forum

2017, Erlangen 2017 Best Student Award Winner; Friedrich-Alexander-UniversityErlangen-Nürnberg, Elite Master’s programme Advanced Materials andProcesses

2015, Weingarten 2015 Top Student in Physical Engineering; University of AppliedSciences Ravensburg-Weingarten, Germany

2015, Nottingham 2015 Best Physics Project Winner; Nottingham Trent University, UnitedKingdom, School of Science and Technology