Principal Investigator


Norbert Radacsi, Ph.D.

Lecturer (Assistant Professor)

Institute for Materials and Processes

M.Sc. Physics - University of Debrecen (2006)  

Ph.D. Chemical Engineering/Materials Science - Delft University of Technology (2012)

Postdoctoral training: Delft University of Technology (2012-2013)

Purdue University (2013-2014)

California Institute of Technology (Caltech) (2014-2016) 




Ph.D. Students

Michael Chung


Wearable electronics for early disease detection from sweat

Francisco Javier Diaz Sanchez


Wearable & ultrasensitive biosensors for early disease detection


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Mei Zhang

(co-supervised with Dr. Michael Chen)

Theranostic nanoparticle drug delivery          

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Faraz Fazal 


Developing hybrid bioprinting-electrospinning technology          


Gregory Myles


3D electrospun scaffolds with quantum dots for cancer detection          

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Atika Al Hasaini

(second supervisor, co-supervised with Dr. Atlanta Cook)

Electric field-assisted protein crystallisation



Markus Rondé

(second supervisor, co-supervised with Dr. Jon Terry)

Fabrication of pressure sensor systems by etching          


Daisy Gao

(second supervisor, co-supervised with Dr. Anthony Callanan)

3D electrospinning and bioprinting


Post-doctoral research associates


Andreia Fonseca Da Silva


Artificial skin for hand sanitiser testing


Chiara Pischetola


Large-scale 3D printing of conductive membranes


Fergus Dingwall


Senior Lab Technician (Wet Chemistry)

Masters Students

Academic visitors


Dr Ulrich Loening

Emeritus Professor


Electric field effects


Chanakan Komliang

Ibukun Akinwumi

Sheng Yuan Kan

Akarsh NS

Jing Huang

Ewan Speirs

Maria Kana

Dr Lu Wang

Daniel Wilhelm

Thendral David

George Ovari

Ammar Esmail 

Bingsong Wang

Mikel Arrese-Igor

Mariia Zakharova

David Kwon

Yusong Tian

Wesley Shao

Dr Weiwei Guo

Bruce (Jianpeng) Wang

Qiran Lu

Niklas Hartikainen

Michel Vong

Antonios Keirouz

Andreas Tsiamis

Shathes Sivanesvaran


Matthew Rex


COMSOL modeling of electrospun nanofibre-based sweat sensors