Fellows of BIOENERGY

Francesca Lopez
Ruhr-Universität Bochum
ESR Francesca Lopez, Italy

Master in Chemistry at University of Tor Vergata Roma, Italy

PhD project: Advanced redox polymers for high-potential bioanodes

Nikola Markovic
Ruhr-Universität Bochum
ESR Nikola Markovic, Serbia

Master in Green Chemistry at National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse, France

PhD project: Three-dimensional hierarchical nanostructured electrodes as a basis for BFCs

Elena Gonzalez
Malmoe University
ESR Elena González-Arribas, Spain

Master in Environmental & Sustainable Chemistry at Alicante University, Spain

PhD project: Biomedical Technology with focus on flexible and transparent nanostructured biofuel cells

Till Siepenkotter
University of Limerick
ESR Till Siepenkoetter, Germany

Master in Chemical- and Process Engineering at Georg-Simon-Ohm Hochschule Nürnberg, Germany

PhD project: Nanoporous gold electrodes for improved BFCs

Ali Ekthiari
National University of Ireland, Galway
ESR Ali Ekthiari, Iran

Master in Chemistry at Lund University, Sweden.

PhD project: Synthesis and evaluation of redox complexes as electron transfer mediators.

Galina Pankratova
Lund Universitet
ESR Galina Pankratova, Russia

Master in Immunobiochemistry at Russian State University – Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy

PhD project: Electrochemical communication between redox enzymes, organelles, whole cells and nanostructured electrodes for BFCs applications

Su Ma
Universität für Bodenkultur Wien
ER Dr. Su Ma, China

PhD degree awarded from Ocean University of China

ER project: Electron transfer between cellobiose dehydogenase and electrode surfaces.

Chiara di Bari
Institute of Catalysis and Petrochemistry, Madrid
ESR Chiara di Bari, Italy

Master in Chemistry at Universita` degli Studi di Milano, Italy

PhD project: characterization of high redox potential laccase mutants with higher catalytic activity at neutral pH

Ivan Mateljak
Institute of Catalysis and Petrochemistry, Madrid
ESR Ivan Mateljak, Croatia

Master in Molecular Biology at University of Zagreb, Croatia and in Bioindustrial Techniques University of Orléans, France

PhD project: Directed evolution of high-redox potential laccases for BFCs

Marta Meneghello
University of Southhampton
ESR Marta Meneghello, Italy

Master in Chemistry at University of Venice, Italy

PhD project: Strategies for the immobilization of enzymes for direct and mediated electron transfer

Centre National de le Recherche Scientifique, Bordeaux
ESR Magdalena Murawska, Poland

Master in Chemistry at University of Warsaw, Poland

PhD project: Highly organized porous and hierarchical electrodes for the immobilization of specifically tailored enzymes

Valentina Grippo
University of Warsaw
ESR Valentina Grippo, Italy

Master in Chemistry at University of Roma Tor Vergata, Italy.

PhD project: New material for hosting enzymes and wiring them with electrodes in biofuel cells

ER Dr. Hussein Kanso, France

PhD Degree awarded from University of Perpignan, France

ER project: Long term stability of enzymatic sensors based on new materials and nanostructured screen printed electrodes

Magnus Falk
Nanoflex Limited
ER Dr. Magnus Falk, Sweden

PhD Degree awarded from Malmö University, Sweden

ER project: Fabrication and characterisation of gold nanoband array electrodes (NAEs) as a platform for immobilization of redox enzymeson electrodes for biofuel cells

Asier Goni
Nanoinnova Technologies
ER Dr. Asier Goni-Urtiaga, Spain

PhD Degree awarded from Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

ER project: Development of new nanoscopic carbon-based composite materials for BFCs and their production scalability

Associated Fellows of BIOENERGY

Sabine Alsaoub
Ruhr-Universität Bochum
PhD Student Sabine Alsaoub, Syria

Master in Molecular and Supramolecular Chemistry at University of Strasbourg, France

PhD project: Redox polymers for applications in biosensors and biofuel cells

Xinxin Xiao
University of Limerick
PhD Student Xinxin Xiao, China

Master in Materials Science and Engineering at Shandong University, China

PhD project: Development of nanoporous gold based bioelectrodes for biosensors and biofuel cells

University of Warsaw
PhD Student Michal Kizling, Poland


Centre National de le Recherche Scientifique, Bordeaux

Institut des Sciences Moléculaires

PhD Student Iuliia Malytska Ukraine

Master in Physical Chemistry and Materials at University of Strasbourg, France

PhD project: Modification DNA by metal particles by bipolar electrochemistry