Currently, our team consists of two members which are responsible for the hardware, the software and the experimental validation. Both of us are situated at the BioQuant Heidelberg and belong to the Theoretical Systems Biology group. This results in major locational advantages and enables us to test our product with a diverse group of scientists.
Stefan Kallenberger (Dr. med Dr. rer. nat.) has been doing research in the field of systems biology for several years. His strong background in medicine and physics enables him to approach biomedical research in a very effective manner. Besides working on cancer research by combining mathematical models and live-cell experiments, he likes to develop new technological solutions in life sciences.
Tim Treis (Master student, molecular biotechnology) has always been fascinated by the opportunities modern technology offers for biological research. He combines a love for synthetic and systems biology with almost a decade of programming experience. His interest in micro-controllers and 3D printing made it possible to design the custom electronic and optical components within the CytoScanner platform.
If you are interested in working with us during later stages of the project, we’ll be happy to talk about your opportunities. As we are part of an institute associated with Heidelberg University, we’re also interested in talking about possible internships, bachelor or master thesis projects.