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Revision as of 14:48, 26 October 2013

Stefan Scheurer

Robin Abraham

  • Stefan Scheurer

    Austria

    He is the man with the plan. We evolved from nano-nothing to NANORMOUS, credit mostly goes to his consolidated efforts. Caught in the middle of love triangle of three B's, Biology-Board games-Beer, he knows how to dance through all three of them. His leadership and quest for financers have held the team together and helped us move forward in a positive path.

  • Robin Abraham

    India

    Robin is extremely hardworking and talented. He has a goal, working with drug delivery systems, and being as determined as he is, he has already started! Robin was the perfect guy for the polymersome synthesis and characterization, as he did not distinguish between weekends and workdays. But apart from this, he cooks damn good Indian food and is a very fun loving person. He gives out a good vibe to be around!

  • Dilyana Kirova

    Bulgaria

    'Didi', as we all like to call her is a very fun loving and reliable person to be around. She is full of energy and ideas and is a major contribution to our team. Recently her head revolves mainly around black leather, enzymes and rock music. She took upon the responsibility of major experiments for our internal reaction and proved herself very well.

    >
  • Gisela Gabernet Garriga

    Spain

    In a complicated relationship with Coffee and DNA origami. This young woman from Catalonia was one of the main driving forces in our project, bringing her origami from desk to bench was only the beginning. Together with Dilyana and Robin she was carrying the organization of our experiments on her shoulders when she was not climbing mountains in the Saxonian Swiss at the moment.

  • Neha Goveas

    India

    Her name means 'Love' in Hindi and she keeps what her names promises. Always bouncy, smiling and full of energy she basically knows everyone in Dresden, took care of our PR besides of a million of other teeny tiny tasks like ordering our T-shirts and keeping a watchful eye on the visa processes for our flights to the US.

  • Yan Zou

    China

    Our little innocent 'Annie' is one of the most patient people in the world you would meet. Always smiling she never gets tired of teaching people correct pronunciations in Mandarin and apart from being extremely hardworking on our DNA origami, she also possesses gifted artistic skills. Making sure our channels are folded nicely she spent a lot of the last months travelling to HZDR and back to Dresden.

  • Vaibhav Narula

    India

    This typical New Delhi Boy is a very free spirited and cheerful person by heart, hence his nickname 'Sunny'. He is very enthusiastic and passionate about everything he does. He supported the team at various steps with his 'out of the box' thinking and has his head full of dreams. He never grows tired searching for the silver lining on the horizon and proved his talent for improvisation on several occasions.

  • Mario Jesus Avellaneda

    Spain

    This guy is a proud Spaniard like you can find him in the books, beginning from heated discussions up to shaking hands with the king himself. He is responsible for our amazing video creation, a great guy with an amazing sense of humor and always brightens up our weekly project meetings.

  • Frederic Berndt

    Germany

    He is one person who plans to be late, but is still always before time. Our German guy is one of the most hardworking people in the group. The 'physicist' of Nanormous wanted to create life and was the father of our idea. Always calm and keen to work more he was always there to deliver the saving 'kick' we needed, be it for finding financers, organizing the website and TEM imaging for example.

  • Anastasia Solomatina

    Russia

    'Nastia' is a soft spoken angel. She is the sweetest person you could meet. She is very calm and patient. She was the last one to join our team and has been extremely resourceful and put a lot of efforts into late night dialysis experiments, coupled with dancing through the benches. She is a fitness freak, loves to play volleyball and is very health conscious.

  • Hafees Deen

    India

    He might seem reserved and shy in the beginning but actually has a secret sense of humor! He is a very responsible and calm, always eager to help in any way he can. During the day you might find him playing volleyball, during the night he disappears in the labs of IPF. Robin's and his trip to Basel with Prof. Braun's was just the beginning of his journey to deliver only the best polymersomes for our project that he could get.

  • Hans-Georg Braun

    Germany

    Dr. Braun heads the microstructure group at the IPF research Unit Biofunctional Polymer Materials at the Max Bergmann center of biomaterials. His research deals with micro and nano structuring techniques for polymers and liquids.

    He has been a big support to our team in every aspect, spreading his motivation for polymers through the group.

  • Michael Schlierf

    Germany

    Michael Schlierf is the junior group leader at the B-cube research center in Dresden, where he works with fluorescence and/or force based single molecule techniques.

    He has been a real mentor to us. He has been extremely patient in listening to our queries and always provided us with helpful feedbacks and solutions.

  • Lucas Schirmer

    Germany

    Lucas Schirmer is a PhD student in the Max-Bergmann Center for Biomaterials. He has not only been the mastermind behind developing our Wiki page, but was also involved in designing the wiki page for last years, Dresden Nanosaurs team which further went on to secure the second place for best wiki.

  • Banu Iyisan

    Germany

    Banu Iyisan is a PhD candidate at Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden working under guidance of Prof. Dr. Brigitte Voit and Dr. Appelhans. Her PhD study focus on synthesis, characterization and self-assembly of photoactive block copolymers for the preparation of photoactive polymersome/gold nanoparticles assemblies.

  • Francesco Reddavide

    Italy

    Francesco is currently a PhD student in B-CUBE, Dresden, under the supervision of Yixin Zhang. His doctoral work includes the improvement of DNA-coded chemical libraries, for high-throughput drug screening.

    In our project, Francesco was indispensable for the synthesis of the hydrophobically-modified oligonucleotides that hybridize to the DNA origami channel.

  • Mohamed Yassin

    Egypt

    Mohamed Yassin is currently a third year doctoral candidate under the supervision of Professor Brigitte Voit at Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden e.V. His doctoral work explores the synthesis of functionalized stimuli responsive polymers which in turn assembly into polymersomes. Loading of such polymersomes with anti-cancer drug and investigation of their selective targeting to the carcinoma cells is a part of the study.

  • Ignacio Gonalez

    Mexico

    Ignacio Gonzalez is a PhD student at the IFW, Dresden. Nacho like the snack, hails from Mexico and is an extremely talented and creative artist who helped us with the design and layout.

  • Yixin Zhang

    China

    Yixin Zhang is junior group leader in the B-cube. His work deals with chemical libraries and rational drug design. He supported our team by giving his expert advice in the synthesis of the hydrophobic modifications and helped us set up for the internal reactions.

  • Karim Fahmy

    Egypt

    Karim is since 2002 the head of the Biophysics Division at the HZDR.

    His research focuses on lipid-protein and protein-protein interactions, and their physicochemical characterization by IR and fluorescence cross-correlation spectroscopy to identify protein domains that can act as functional switches in these systems.

    In the project, Karim hosted us for the origami folding experiments in HZDR.

  • Adrian Keller

    Germany

    Adrian is a Humboldt fellow at the Institute for Ion Beam Physics and Materials Research, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden–Rossendorf (HZDR). His current research involves the arrangement of Silicum Nanowires through the topology of the surface, and the controlled organization of nanoparticles with the use of DNA origami.

    In our project, Adrian provided us with useful discussions about the project design and the protocols for DNA origami folding and characterisation.

  • Alexander Ohmann

    Germany

    Alex was already the DNA origami designer in last year's team Dresden Nanosaurs, and this year he returned to help us shed light into this state-of-the-art technique.

    Alex is currently doing his diploma thesis in B-CUBE under the supervision of Stefan Diez.

    In our project, he helped us in the design of the origami channel and provided crucial tips in its characterization techniques.

  • Kristin Wogan

    Germany

    description

  • Katja Dornig

    Germany

    description

  • Pascal Tanner

    Germany

    Pascal is a PhD student and is working with Tri-block polymersomes and is busy creating artificial peroxisomes in Prof. Maier's group in Basel. He supported us in providing us with polymers and some additional hands-on-training.

  • Mihai Lomora

    Germany

    Mihai is a PhD student in Basel and works with optimizing polymersome preparation and helped us out with protocols in polymersome synthesis.

  • Mihail Morozov

    Russia

    We thank Mihail for the design of our logo.

  • Dominik Kauert

    Germany

    description

  • Bezuayehu Teshome

    Ethiopia

    Bezuayehu is a PhD student in the International Helmholtz Research School for Nanoelectronic Networks, under the supervision of Adrian Keller, S. Facsko and Karim Fahmy in HZDR. The topic of his thesis is the arrangement and characterization of functional DNA origami nanostructures. In our project, he provided the expertise for the AFM characterisation of the DNA origami channels.

  • Jana Oertel

    Germany

    Jana is a postdoctoral fellow in Karim Fahmy in Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden Rossendorf. She is a very cheerful person, always eager to help. In our project, Jana helped us in some experiments for the characterisation of the DNA origami channel.

  • Peggy Berg

    Germany

    description

Dilyana Kirova

Gisela Gabernet Garriga

Neha Goveas

Yan Zou

Vaibhav Narula

Mario Jesus Avellaneda

Frederic Berndt

Anastasia Solomatina

Hafeesudeen Sahabudeen

Hans-Georg Braun

Michael Schlierf

  • Stefan Scheurer

    Austria

    He is the man with the plan. We evolved from nano-nothing to NANORMOUS, credit mostly goes to his consolidated efforts. Caught in the middle of love triangle of three B's, Biology-Board games-Beer, he knows how to dance through all three of them. His leadership and quest for financers have held the team together and helped us move forward in a positive path.

  • Robin Abraham

    India

    Robin is extremely hardworking and talented. He has a goal, working with drug delivery systems, and being as determined as he is, he has already started! Robin was the perfect guy for the polymersome synthesis and characterization, as he did not distinguish between weekends and workdays. But apart from this, he cooks damn good Indian food and is a very fun loving person. He gives out a good vibe to be around!

  • Dilyana Kirova

    Bulgaria

    'Didi', as we all like to call her is a very fun loving and reliable person to be around. She is full of energy and ideas and is a major contribution to our team. Recently her head revolves mainly around black leather, enzymes and rock music. She took upon the responsibility of major experiments for our internal reaction and proved herself very well.

    >
  • Gisela Gabernet Garriga

    Spain

    In a complicated relationship with Coffee and DNA origami. This young woman from Catalonia was one of the main driving forces in our project, bringing her origami from desk to bench was only the beginning. Together with Dilyana and Robin she was carrying the organization of our experiments on her shoulders when she was not climbing mountains in the Saxonian Swiss at the moment.

  • Neha Goveas

    India

    Her name means 'Love' in Hindi and she keeps what her names promises. Always bouncy, smiling and full of energy she basically knows everyone in Dresden, took care of our PR besides of a million of other teeny tiny tasks like ordering our T-shirts and keeping a watchful eye on the visa processes for our flights to the US.

  • Yan Zou

    China

    Our little innocent 'Annie' is one of the most patient people in the world you would meet. Always smiling she never gets tired of teaching people correct pronunciations in Mandarin and apart from being extremely hardworking on our DNA origami, she also possesses gifted artistic skills. Making sure our channels are folded nicely she spent a lot of the last months travelling to HZDR and back to Dresden.

  • Vaibhav Narula

    India

    This typical New Delhi Boy is a very free spirited and cheerful person by heart, hence his nickname 'Sunny'. He is very enthusiastic and passionate about everything he does. He supported the team at various steps with his 'out of the box' thinking and has his head full of dreams. He never grows tired searching for the silver lining on the horizon and proved his talent for improvisation on several occasions.

  • Mario Jesus Avellaneda

    Spain

    This guy is a proud Spaniard like you can find him in the books, beginning from heated discussions up to shaking hands with the king himself. He is responsible for our amazing video creation, a great guy with an amazing sense of humor and always brightens up our weekly project meetings.

  • Frederic Berndt

    Germany

    He is one person who plans to be late, but is still always before time. Our German guy is one of the most hardworking people in the group. The 'physicist' of Nanormous wanted to create life and was the father of our idea. Always calm and keen to work more he was always there to deliver the saving 'kick' we needed, be it for finding financers, organizing the website and TEM imaging for example.

  • Anastasia Solomatina

    Russia

    'Nastia' is a soft spoken angel. She is the sweetest person you could meet. She is very calm and patient. She was the last one to join our team and has been extremely resourceful and put a lot of efforts into late night dialysis experiments, coupled with dancing through the benches. She is a fitness freak, loves to play volleyball and is very health conscious.

  • Hafees Deen

    India

    He might seem reserved and shy in the beginning but actually has a secret sense of humor! He is a very responsible and calm, always eager to help in any way he can. During the day you might find him playing volleyball, during the night he disappears in the labs of IPF. Robin's and his trip to Basel with Prof. Braun's was just the beginning of his journey to deliver only the best polymersomes for our project that he could get.

  • Hans-Georg Braun

    Germany

    Dr. Braun heads the microstructure group at the IPF research Unit Biofunctional Polymer Materials at the Max Bergmann center of biomaterials. His research deals with micro and nano structuring techniques for polymers and liquids.

    He has been a big support to our team in every aspect, spreading his motivation for polymers through the group.

  • Michael Schlierf

    Germany

    Michael Schlierf is the junior group leader at the B-cube research center in Dresden, where he works with fluorescence and/or force based single molecule techniques.

    He has been a real mentor to us. He has been extremely patient in listening to our queries and always provided us with helpful feedbacks and solutions.

  • Lucas Schirmer

    Germany

    Lucas Schirmer is a PhD student in the Max-Bergmann Center for Biomaterials. He has not only been the mastermind behind developing our Wiki page, but was also involved in designing the wiki page for last years, Dresden Nanosaurs team which further went on to secure the second place for best wiki.

  • Banu Iyisan

    Germany

    Francesco is currently a PhD student in B-CUBE, Dresden, under the supervision of Yixin Zhang. His doctoral work includes the improvement of DNA-coded chemical libraries, for high-throughput drug screening.

    In our project, Francesco was indispensable for the synthesis of the hydrophobically-modified oligonucleotides that hybridize to the DNA origami channel.

  • Francesco Reddavide

    Italy

    Francesco is currently a PhD student in B-CUBE, Dresden, under the supervision of Yixin Zhang. His doctoral work includes the improvement of DNA-coded chemical libraries, for high-throughput drug screening.

    In our project, Francesco was indispensable for the synthesis of the hydrophobically-modified oligonucleotides that hybridize to the DNA origami channel.

  • Mohamed Yassin

    Egypt

    Mohamed Yassin is currently a third year doctoral candidate under the supervision of Professor Brigitte Voit at Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden e.V. His doctoral work explores the synthesis of functionalized stimuli responsive polymers which in turn assembly into polymersomes. Loading of such polymersomes with anti-cancer drug and investigation of their selective targeting to the carcinoma cells is a part of the study.

  • Ignacio Gonalez

    Mexico

    Ignacio Gonzalez is a PhD student at the IFW, Dresden. Nacho like the snack, hails from Mexico and is an extremely talented and creative artist who helped us with the design and layout.

  • Yixin Zhang

    China

    Yixin Zhang is junior group leader in the B-cube. His work deals with chemical libraries and rational drug design. He supported our team by giving his expert advice in the synthesis of the hydrophobic modifications and helped us set up for the internal reactions.

  • Karim Fahmy

    Egypt

    Karim is since 2002 the head of the Biophysics Division at the HZDR.

    His research focuses on lipid-protein and protein-protein interactions, and their physicochemical characterization by IR and fluorescence cross-correlation spectroscopy to identify protein domains that can act as functional switches in these systems.

    In the project, Karim hosted us for the origami folding experiments in HZDR.

  • Adrian Keller

    Germany

    Adrian is a Humboldt fellow at the Institute for Ion Beam Physics and Materials Research, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden–Rossendorf (HZDR). His current research involves the arrangement of Silicum Nanowires through the topology of the surface, and the controlled organization of nanoparticles with the use of DNA origami.

    In our project, Adrian provided us with useful discussions about the project design and the protocols for DNA origami folding and characterisation.

  • Alexander Ohmann

    Germany

    Alex was already the DNA origami designer in last year's team Dresden Nanosaurs, and this year he returned to help us shed light into this state-of-the-art technique.

    Alex is currently doing his diploma thesis in B-CUBE under the supervision of Stefan Diez.

    In our project, he helped us in the design of the origami channel and provided crucial tips in its characterization techniques.

  • Kristin Wogan

    Germany

    description

  • Katja Dornig

    Germany

    description

  • Pascal Tanner

    Germany

    Pascal is a PhD student and is working with Tri-block polymersomes and is busy creating artificial peroxisomes in Prof. Maier's group in Basel. He supported us in providing us with polymers and some additional hands-on-training.

  • Mihai Lomora

    Germany

    Mihai is a PhD student in Basel and works with optimizing polymersome preparation and helped us out with protocols in polymersome synthesis.

  • Mihail Morozov

    Russia

    description

  • Dominik Kauert

    Germany

    description

  • Bezuayehu Teshome

    Ethiopia

    Bezuayehu is a PhD student in the International Helmholtz Research School for Nanoelectronic Networks, under the supervision of Adrian Keller, S. Facsko and Karim Fahmy in HZDR. The topic of his thesis is the arrangement and characterization of functional DNA origami nanostructures. In our project, he provided the expertise for the AFM characterisation of the DNA origami channels.

  • Jana Oertel

    Germany

    description

  • Peggy Berg

    Germany

    description

Lucas Schirmer

Banu Iyisan

Francesco Reddavide

Mohamed Yassin

Ignacio Gonzalez

Yixin Zhang

Karim Fahmy

Adrian Keller

Alexander Ohmann

Kristin Wogan

Katja Dornig

Pascal Tanner

Mihai Lomora

Mihail Morozov

Dominik Kauert

Bezuayehu Teshome

Jana Oertel

Peggy Berg

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