Mentors in alphabetical order

 

Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil.  Detlef Behrend
Materials Science and Medical Engineering
Detlef.Behrend@uni-rostock.de

Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Detlef Behrend studied materials science at the Technical University Merseburg and graduated far below the standard period time of study. Then he joined to the Medical Department of Rostock University and worked as a group leader in the laboratory for Artifical Organs (Prof. Dr. Klinkmann).

Afterwards he received his Dr.-Ing. (1988) as an external assistent from the Technical University Merseburg (Prof. Dr. Petras) working on polyurethanes as biomaterials. In 1998 he finished his habilitation at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Rostock and obtained a faculty membership with the veni legendi for "Non-Metal Construction Materials".
In October 2010 he was appointed for a novel professorship "Materials Science and Medical Engineering" This chair is connected with celisca's (Center for Life Science Automation) mentorship.

Research: Dental Materials, Material Testing Methods; Implant Technology; Microscopic Methods, e.g. Electron Microscopy; Implant Failure Analysis

 

 

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Matthias Beller
Organic Catalysis
Matthias.Beller@catalysis.de

Prof. Matthias Beller studied chemistry at the Georg August University of Göttingen, Germany, where he completed his doctoral thesis on the "Development and Application of Methods for Synthesis of Anti-Tumor Drugs and Antiviral Agents" in 1989. As recipient of a Liebig scholarship from the Association of the German Chemical Industry, he then spent a one-year postdoctoral fellowship at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Massachusetts. From 1991 to 1995, Beller was an employee of Hoechst AG, where he most recently directed the "Homogeneous Catalysis" project in the company's central research unit. At the beginning of 1996 he moved to the Technical University of Munich as C3 Professor for Inorganic Chemistry. Two-and-a-half years later he relocated to the University of Rostock to head the Leibniz Institute for Organic Catalysis (IfOK) and to occupy a C4 chair in catalysis.

His scientific work has been published in more than 200 original publications and review articles. In addition, >80 patent applications have been filed in the last decade. Together with Prof. Carsten Bolm he has edited two books on the use of "Transition Metals for Organic Synthesis".

In addition to his work at IfOK, Matthias Beller is head of the board of the German Catalysis Competence Network ("ConNeCat") and a member of the board of Dechema's Catalysis Section, as well as the Innovationsagentur Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. He is also a member of the Association for Technical Sciences of the Union of German Academies of Sciences and Humanities.

 

 

PD Dr.-Ing. habil.  Heidi Fleischer
Measurement and Automation Engineering
Heidi.Fleischer@uni-rostock.de

PD Dr.-Ing. habil. Heidi Fleischer  studied Information Technology and Computer Sciences at the University Rostock and graduated to B.S.{2006} and M.S.{2008} (as well as Dipl.-Ing.). After her studies she joined IAT and celisca as Senior Research Scientist and specialized in the field of Measurement Technologies with a focus to High Throughput Systems and Applications to processes in Life Science Engineering.  

Afterwards she received her Dr.-Ing. (2011), worked as a Research Group Leader "Life Sceince Automation"Processes and Measurement" and finalized her habilitation in 2016 and obtained a faculty membership with the veni legendi for "Measurement and Automation Technologies". Her engagement is connected with celisca's (Center for Life Science Automation) mentorship. He lectures for engineering students of the University Rostock are provided in: Measurement, Sensors&Actuators, Complex Sensor Systems and Automation Technologies (German and English language)

Research: Measurement, Automation, Analytical Technologies, Sensors, Actuators

 

 

PD Dr.-Ing. habil. Bernd Göde
Process Informatics
Bernd.Goede@uni-rostock.de  

PD Dr.-Ing. habil. Bernd Göde studied Technical Cybernetics and Automation Technology at the University of Rostock and graduated in 1979 (Diploma in measurement technology) and received his Ph.D. (Dr.-Ing.) in communications technology (1984) at the Maritime University of Rostock (Germany). Dr. Göde worked in a number of information technology related subjects, e.g. distributed IT systems, micro controller applications, adaptive signal processing and detecting. With his Habilitation (Dr.-Ing. habil.) in information technology (1990) at the Maritime University of Rostock he worked as a scientist and project manager for system and application development of local area network for industry at the Institute of Information Processing (1984-1990) and from 1991-2000 as IT-Consultant. Since 2000 he is scientist and group leader of Process Information Technology at the Institute of Automation at the university of Rostock. He is also the chairman of the board of the non profit IT Research and Consulting Venture LiNK MV e.V. .

Research: Integrated Information Processing Systems for Life Science Automation as Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS); Flexible and open DBMS-architectures; Process integration / instrument integration, LIMS for mobile computing & mobil work; Internet technology and web engineering for LIMS and LIMS communication; LIMS as Collaborative Applications (virtual laboratory, remote access and tele monitoring of lab-robots, telecooperation, infrastructure for e-Business in life sciences)

 

 

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Norbert Stoll
Process Measurement
Norbert.Stoll@uni-rostock.de

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Norbert Stoll studied Technical Cybernetics and Automation Technology at the University of Rostock and graduated in 1979 and received his Ph.D. in the field of measurement in 1985.

Starting as a scientific co-worker, lateron as group leader at the Central Institute for Organic Chemistry of the Academy of Sciences of the GDR Dr. Stoll worked in a number of automation technology and analytical chemistry related subjects. He was appointed as Associate Director of the Institute of Organic Catalysis Research in 1991. Dr. Stoll contributed greatly to the development of the Institute of Organic Catalysis Research e.V.. Since 1994 he was appointed as a professor for "Process Measurement" at the University of Rostock and worked as the managing director of the Institute of Automation (IAT) from 1998-2000.
From 2000 to 2002 he served as Dean of the College of Engineering of the University Rostock. As initiator and foundation member of the Institute for Measurement- and Sensorsystems e.V. he managed it from its foundation in 1996 until 1998 as president. Dr. Stoll is one of the directors of celisca. Norbert Stoll is one of the founding members of the Rostock-Raleigh e.V. which is mainly based on his magnificent personal involvement.

Research: Process and Environmental Measurement Technology; Computer based Measurement and Automation Systems, Robotic Systems

 

 

Prof. Dr. med. habil. Regina Stoll
Occupational Physiology
Regina.Stoll@uni-rostock.de

From 1974-1980 Prof. Dr. med. habil. Regina Stoll studied Human Medicine at the Universitiy of Rostock. In 1980 she graduated as approbated and Diploma doctor (Dipl.-Med.). Through 1985 she worked as assistant doctor at the Sport Medicinal Department. She received her Ph.D. in Occupational Medicine and only one year later she passed her medical specialist exam for Sports medicine and became specialist at the Institute for Occupational Medicine at the University of Rostock. In 1988 she became group leader for Work Physiology and Sports Medicine and passed her second specialist exam for Occupational Medicine. In 1992 she was appointed as Associate Director of the Institute for Occupational Medicine.

Since 1996 Prof. Stoll is also group leader for Medical Automation at the Institute for Measurement and Sensorsystems e.V. and was appointed head doctor at the Institute for Occupational and Social Medicine. In 2002 she habilitated and was awarded the venia legendi for Occupational and Sports Medicine from the University of Rostock (PD Dr. med. habil.). In 2002 she was appointed as director (i) of the Institute for Occupational and Social Medicine and serves as its managing director until today. Since 2004 Prof. Stoll is Adjunct Associate Professor and faculty member at the North Carolina State University Raleigh (NC, USA).
Prof. Stoll is member and chairperson of numerous boards, committees and associations as well as associated faculty member of the Rostock Colleges of Philosophy as well as Computer Science & Electrical Engineering. Prof. Stoll is Vice President of Rostock-Raleigh's Sister City Association.

Research: Occupational Physiology, Preventive Medicine

 

 

Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Kerstin Thurow
Life Science Automation
Kerstin.Thurow@celisca.de

Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Kerstin Thurow studied chemistry at the University of Rostock and graduated far below the standard period time of study. Afterwards she received her Ph.D. from the Ludwigs-Maximilians-University in Munich (Prof. Dr. Lorenz) working on metal-organic sulphur compounds. In 1999 she finished her habilitation at the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Rostock and obtained a faculty membership with the veni legendi for "Measurement and Control". In October 1999 Kerstin Thurow was appointed as Germany's youngest University professor and obtained the worldwide unique professorship for "Laboratory Automation". In December 2004 she was appointed for a novel professorship for "Life Science Automation" This chair is connected with celisca's (Center for Life Science Automation) management directorate.

Beside many awards, such as for the foundation of a start-up company amplius - Screening Technologies & Analytical Measurement, Dr. Thurow in 2004 was awarded the highly renowned Joachim-Jungius-Award of Science.
Currently Dr. Thurow is the managing director of the Institute of Automation (IAT) at the University of Rostock and is working as the managing director for the Center for Life Science Automation - celisca and president of the Institute for Measurement and Sensorsystems e.V. (IMS), too. As founding member and president of the Rostock-Raleigh e.V. - a sister city association - Dr. Thurow is striving for cultural, sportive, but also scientific and economical relations to one of the most important Life Science Regions in the United States.

Research: Life Science Engineering, Laboratory and Process Automation; High Throughput Screening; Spectroscopic Measurement Systems; Instrumental Analytics

 

 

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dirk Timmermann
Microelectronics and Data Technologies
Dirk.Timmermann@uni-rostock.de

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dirk Timmermann studied Electrical Engineering at the University of Dortmund and graduated in 1984 as Dipl.-Ing. Afterwards he worked until 1989 as scientific co-worker at the Fraunhofer Institute of Microelectronic Circuits and Systems. Under Prof. Dr. Hosticka's guidance (Duisburg) he worked in the Department of signal processing and system design.

In July 1990 Prof. Timmermann received his Ph.D. (Dr.-Ing.) from the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Duisburg and worked afterwards as scientific co-worker and project-leader at the Fraunhofer Institute of Microelectronic Circuits and Systems.
In 1993 Prof. Timmermann became Professor for Computer Engineering at the University of Paderborn,. Since 1994 he is a full University Professor for Computer Engineering (School for Informatics and Electrical Engineering) at the University of Rostock. Concurrently, he is the managing director of the Institute for Applied Microelectronics and Computer Engineering. In 2004 he has been elected vice dean of the School for Informatics and Electrical Engineering.

Research: Digital CMOS-Circuits and Systems; Low Power Systems; Sensor networks and self organizing systems; wireless and wired communication

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