Mentoring students and junior colleagues form a critical component of our research activity. Snap-shot of a few recognition’s for our students are listed below.
- Biosensing Poster Award at the 2019 NanoBioTech Montreux conference (Nadya Ostromohov, 2019).
- MicroTAS 2019 CBMS student travel grant (Nadya Ostromohov, 2019).
- MicroTAS 2019 CBMS student travel grant (Vesna Bechava, 2019).
- Best poster award, Gordon Research Conference – Physics and Chemistry of Microfluidics, Hong Kong, June 16 – 21, (Federico Paratore, 2019).
- Best poster award, 13th International Symposium on Electrokinetics (ELKIN), Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, June 12-14 (Nadya Ostromohov, 2019).
- Arthur Shavit award in the Thermosciences division at the Faculty of Engineering at Technion University best PhD thesis (Federico Paratore, 2019).
- Daniel Leonard and Diane Sherman Interdisciplinary graduate school fellowship for academic excellence (Daniel Widerker, 2019).
- Best presentation award by a young investigator award, 35th International Symposium on Microscale Separations and Bioanalysis (MSB-2019), Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon, USA, 25-28 March (Vesna Bechava, 2019).
- EMBL Corporate Partnership Programme Travel Grant (Nadya Ostromohov, 2018).
- Best Oral Presentation at the Batsheva de Rothschild Seminar on New Concepts in Biosensing, Dead Sea, Israel (Nadya Ostromohov, 2017).
- Helmsley fellowship at Coldspring Harbor laboratories for interdisciplinary research (Aditya Kashyap, 2017).
- Swiss Chemical Society Travel Award (Deborah Huber, 2016).
- Best Poster Award, Nanotech Montreux Conference (Julien Cors, 2015).
- Novartis Bootcamp Award (Julien Cors, 2015).
- Best Poster Award, Micro and Nanoengineering Conference (Julien Cors, 2014).
- ETH Gold Medal Award for Best Master’s Thesis (Marios Georgiadis, 2012).
- Sampling of local genetic information from human biopsies [ blog ]
- Shaping microscale flows with electric fields [ blog ]
- Microfluidics enters a new field [ blog ]
- Bubbles in microfluidics: how they form and how to avoid them [ blog ]
- Quantitative immunohistochemistry: Adding new sight to a historic technique [ blog ]
- Reimaging immunohistochemistry: from looking at to seeing stains [ blog ]
- Quantitative IHC: stepping stain to successful scoring of patients [ blog ]
- The fundamentals of mass transport in biopatterning [ blog ]
- Monitoring FISH assays in real-time [ blog ]
- Hydrodynamics in cell studies [ blog ]
- New microfluidic chip boosts the sensitivity of immunoassays by >1000x [ blog ]