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The following news list gives an overview of recent activities and achievements of scientists from the MaP community.


MaP Award 2017

Many congratulations to Dr. Loredana Protesescu for winning the MaP Award 2017 for her PhD thesis on "Novel Luminescent Colloidal Nanocrystals and Studies on Nanocrystal Surface Chemistry"! The prize comes with an award of CHF 2500. Read more 


Simon Bachler presents at the BSSE Intradepartmental seminar

Today, Simon Bachler, Ph.D. student will present his work on Investigation of Permeation through Model Membranes in Single Vesicle by Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopyat the BSSE intradepartmental seminar Read more 


Haelixa wins second place at >>venture>> Business Plan competition

FML spin-off Haelixa was amongst the best 25 business plans and business ideas. Read more 


Successful collaboration with Prof. Takashi Ogi from Hiroshima University Japan

Dr. Elia Schneider and Dr. Samuel Hess have successfully collaborated on projects with Prof. Takashi Ogi. Read more 


The eyes have it

Patients with age-related retinal disease need regular injections in the eye. At the moment, these must be given by specially trained medical doctors, but a robot may well handle this task in the near future. Read more 


SGV Travel Grant

We are pleased to inform you that Dr. Esther Wehrle was selected for an SGV Travel Grant from the Swiss Laboratory Animal Science Association (SGV) to attend the CRISPR Workshop on “Practical Aspects of Precision Biology” at the University of California in Berkeley from 10-14 July 2017. Read more 


New member: Christian Hänsel

Christian joins our group to work on polymeric and inorganic solid electrolytes for Li- and Na-ion batteries. Read more 


Piz Daint is a world leader

After an extensive hardware upgrade at the end of last year, the CSCS supercomputer Piz Daint is now the most powerful mainframe computer outside Asia. With a peak performance in excess of 20 petaflops, it will enable pioneering research in Switzerland and Europe. Read more 


Bernhard Sebastian presents at the BSSE Intradepartmental seminar

Today, Bernhard Sebastian, Ph.D. student at the Bioanalytics group will present his work on shear force transmission across vesicle membranes at the BSSE intradepartmental seminar series. Read more 


CMASLab at the NAFEMS World Congress 2017

The CMASLab participated at the NAFEMS World Congress 2017 that was held from June 11th to 14th 2017 in Stockholm, Sweden. Our lab was represented by Claudia Thurnherr who gave a presentation on her current research entitled “Investigation of non-classical vibration behavior of highly anisotropic corrugated laminates using finite element method”. Read more 

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