III-1 – Ionics meets bioscience


Organizers: Hiroyuki Ohno (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), Udo Kragle (University of Rostock), Kyoko Fujita (Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Science) Luisa Torsi (University of Bari), Nicola Cioffi (University of Bari), Roisin Owens (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Saint-Étienne, France), Boris Mizaikoff (University of Ulm, Germany).

Barbara Stadlober

JOANNEUM RESEARCH Forschungsgesellschaft mbH, Germany

Dr. Barbara Stadlober is Head of the Research Group “Hybrid Integrated Electronics and Patterning” at the Institute for Surface Technologies and Photonics of the JOANNEUM RESEARCH Forschungsgesellschaft mbH (JR) located in Graz/Weiz, Austria. She has a background in low temperature and solid state physics, was part of the technology development team at Infineon Technologies Austria in Villach and joined JR in 2002 for building up research activities in the field of flexible organic field effect transistors, printed smart sensors, and large-area micro- and nanopatterning. Currently, she is head of the research group “Hybrid Electronics and Patterning”. Her current interests range from organic and printed electronics over R2R-nanopatterning of multifunctional surfaces, large-area physical sensors and 3D human-machine interfaces, to biomimicry and microfluidics.
She is author of more than 80 peer-reviewed papers, inventor of about 15 patents and was an invited speaker at more than 50 international conferences, seminars and workshops.