We conduct interdisciplinary research at the interface between engineering, nanotechnology, materials science, medicine, and biology. We are interested in answering basic research questions that are related to molecular and cellular processes at electrified interfaces and to neural networks.
We apply our knowledge for developing new nanoscale tools (e.g. the FluidFM) and methods for biosensing, diagnostics, andinterfacing biology. We also develop new biomedical devicesusing stretchable electronics.