David Wartmann (M.Sc.)

Personal Information

Lab Position
Research Fellow

Dr.rer.nat. - Electrical Engineering, current - Vienna University of Technology, Vienna
M.Sc. - Biophysics, 2014 - Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
B.Sc. - Biophysics, 2012 - Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany


My Research Interests

David Wartmann is a Phd Student at the Vienna University of Technology in the department of industrial sensor systems (ISAS) with Franz Keplinger. He is conducting his research as a research fellow at the Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH (AIT) in the group of Peter Ertl in Vienna. Currently he is a Visiting Research Fellow with Richard Mathies at the Department of Chemistry at the University of California in Berkeley. The group focuses on the integration of automated immunoassays to lab-on-chip systems including various biosensors and MEMS technologies. David graduated as MSc in Biophysics at the Goethe University in Frankfurt which included the study of the interdisciplinary of the fields of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. 
During his Bachelor studies he worked on several projects at the intersection of the different sciences including molecular UV/Vis, IR and Raman spectroscopy, laser-physics as well as X-ray diffraction and molecular structural analysis. 

In his Masters program his studies involved molecular cell-biology, genetics, immunology as well as quantum effects in biological systems using ultra-fast spectroscopy and optics.