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Visiting Scientist Program


The C3B is home to a Visiting Scientist Program hosted by Professor Anthony Guiseppi-Elie. This program allows project participants and the representatives of collaborating companies to visit and spend significant time engaged in the ongoing work at the university. The Program also facilitates the participation of university researchers (particularly undergraduate and graduate students, but also faculty) in the ongoing work being performed at collaborating companies.

Prof. Kurt E. Geckeler
Visiting Professor (2007-current)
Biomaterials and Biointerfaces (BMBI) Laboratory



M.D. (1978) University of Tuebingen, Germany
Ph.D.
(1973) University of Tuebingen, Germany

Tel. 001-864-646-2413 ext. 206
keg@clemson.edu

Research Interests

Supramolecular assemblies of Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes and oxidoreductase enzymes for the fabrication of immobilized enzyme nanobiosensors and bioelectronic devices.

Supramolecular assemblies of Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes and oxidoreductase enzymes within bioactive hydrogels for the fabrication and characterization of chemically-responsive, bio-smart interfaces.

Professor of Materials Science and Engineering
Laboratory of Applied Macromolecular Chemistry
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Gwangju Institute of Science & Technology (GIST)
1 Oryong-dong, Buk-gu
Gwangju 500-712, South Korea
Tel. +82-62-970-2316
Fax +82-62-970-2338
http://mse.gist.ac.kr/~mseamc

Recent book
K. E. Geckeler and Edward Rosenberg (Eds.),
Functional Nanomaterials,
American Scientific Publishers, Valencia, USA, 2006
ISBN: 1-58883-067-5


Dr. Nikhil Kant Shukla
Visiting Scientist (2004-2005)
Biosensors Laboratory


Dr. Nikhil Shukla

Ph.D. (1992) Chemistry, University of Gorakhpur, India
M.Sc. (1986) Physical Chemistry, University of Gorakhpur, India
B.Sc. (1984) University of Gorakhpur, India
drnkshukla@gmail.com

Research Interests

Chemically modified Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes for the fabrication of immobilized enzyme nanobiosensors.

Investigation of membrane transport phenomena, liquid membrane transport, characterization of membrane surfaces and fabrication of biosensor devices.

Dr. Dietmar Blohm
Visiting Scientist (2003)
Biochips Laboratory



Prof. of Biotechnology and Molecular Genetics
Universität Bremen, FB2,
Zentrum für Umweltforschung und Umwelttechnologie
Biotechnologie und Molekulare Genetik
Leobener Straße, 28359 Bremen, Germany
Tel. 0421-218-4780
Sekretariat: 0421-218-4750
Fax: 0421-218-7578

dhb@biotec.uni-bremen.de

Past Talks at C3B

Early Results from the Gene Sensor Research and Development Corporation at the University of Bremen

What's New With Germany's Bio-regions

Gene Sensors: Combining DNA Microarray Components into A Single Integrated Unit




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