I moved to a Ass.-Prof. position at the Institute of Sensor and Actuator Systems after my successful habilitation.
I successfully finished my habilitation with the title „Piezoelectric Silicon Microsystems„.
I now hold a tenure track position at the Institute of Sensor and Actuator Systems.
I started my PostDoc position at the Institute of Sensor and Actuator Systems with the goal of habilitation. My research efforts focus on novel piezoelectric MEMS devices and advanced materials for MEMS.
Doctorate in electrical engineering
I started my doctorate at the Institute of Sensor and Actuator Systems in the Microsystems Technology group at TU Wien. The next four years, I focused on setting up the sputter deposition system for piezoelectric alumninum nitride (AlN) thin films, understanding the impact of deposition conditions on AlN properties and integrating AlN as piezoelectric transducers into MEMS devices.
I graduated in physics with a special focus on astro particle physics, cosmology and electronics. My diploma thesis was called „Lorentz angle measurements in highly irradiated silicon strip detectors“.
I started my studies in physics at university Karlsruhe in Germany (now Karlsruhe Institute of Technology).
High school graduation
I received my Abitur (the general qualification for university entrance in Germany).