Background and activities
I am currently working in the Bionanotechnology group at Department of Physics. We are studying how mammalian cells behave on nanostructures. The nanostructured samples are made by electron beam lithography in NTNU NanoLab on transparent microscope cover slips which makes integration and study in common optical microscopy techniques easy.
- Nanofabrication, lithography, electron microscopy
- Cell-nanostructure interactions, confocal-mikroscopy
- Surface chemistry
- PhD-candidate: Biophysics (2016 - )
- M.Sc Nanotechnology (2011 - 2016)
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database
- (2017) Tautomerization of thymine using ultraviolet light. Langmuir. vol. 33 (38).
- (2016) Photochemistry of a Nucleobase Relevant to the Formation of Malignant Melanoma - Using Spectroscopic Techniques to Study the UV-Induced Damage of Thymine on MoS2. 2016.