Focus Session 1: Printed Biosensors for Point-of-Care Diagnostics

Rainer Hainberger

AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Austria

Dr.  Rainer  Hainberger received  his  Dipl.-Ing.  degree in  physics  at  TU  Wien  (1995)  and  his  PhD  in electronic  engineering  at  the  University  of  Tokyo  (2000).  From  2000  to  2004,  he  was  affiliated

with  Fujitsu  Laboratories  Ltd.  working  on  optical  fiber  transmission  systems.  In  2004,  he  joined the AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, where he established a research team working on integrated optical waveguide based biosensors. Since 2012 he has  been  leading  the  Diagnostics  Biosensors  group  of the Competence Unit Molecular Diagnostics in the Center for Health and Bioresources. The group has a strong focus on printed electrochemical biosensors for point of care testing.  Dr. Hainberger is currently coordinating the H2020 project IMPETUS “Pilot line for paper based electrochemical test strips dedicated to quantitative biosensing in liquids.

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