Our cross-disciplinary research program is focused to the development and application of innovative (micro- and nano)analytical platforms providing advanced methods and technologies in sensing, diagnostics, and imaging of complex molecular processes relevant to environmental, industrial, and medical/biological applications.
Furthermore, the IABC operates the Focused Ion Beam Center UUlm, an interdisciplinary facility for micro- and nanofabrication and –characterization.
April 2019: The Editorial Board of Spectrochimica Acta B has selected the paper entitled "Investigation of the atomization mechanism of gold nanoparticles in graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry“ by Anja Brandt and Kerstin Leopold as the 2nd best paper published in 2018. The award will be given at the Special SAB session at SciX2019 in October in Palm Springs, CA, USA.
April 2019: Prof. B. Mizaikoff has been elected Fellow of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy (SAS) “for his exceptional contributions to spectroscopy”. In 1954 a number of spectroscopists, recognizing the existence of several regional societies of spectroscopists, organized a committee to promote a stronger exchange of information among these societies, which. resulted in the formation of the Federation of Spectroscopic Societies on March 1, 1956 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. www.s-a-s.org
March 2019: Prof. B. Mizaikoff has been appointed Adjunct Professor at the Department of Physics and Technology, The Arctic University of Norway (UiT), Tromsø. https://en.uit.no/startsida
March 2019: Prof. B. Mizaikoff has been appointed Visiting Professor at the Department of Applied Chemistry, University of Johannesburg (UJ), South Africa. https://www.uj.ac.za
March 2019: Prof. B. Mizaikoff has been named Associate Editor of Analytical Chemistry published by the American Chemical Society (ACS). Analytical Chemistry is a peer-reviewed research journal that is devoted to the dissemination of new and original knowledge in all branches of analytical chemistry, and is considered the most cited journal of the discipline. https://pubs.acs.org/journal/ancham
March 2019: Julian Haas was nominated for the István-Halász Young Scientist Award and received a related travel grant at the ANAKON 2019 meeting in Münster. The title of the nominated presentation is “Assessment of cartilage degeneration grades via mid-infrared spectral signatures". Congratulation Julian!
March 2019: Anja Brand receives the 2. poster award at the ANAKON 2019 meeting in Münster. The title of the awarded poster is "Investigation of the atomization mechansim of gold nanoparticles in graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry". Congratulation Anja!
January 2019: IABC congratulates Christine Kranz for being invited to the Advisory Board of Analytical Chemistry (ACS).
January 2019: The IABC congratulates Christine Kranz for being promoted to apl. Professor.
January 2019: Update on progress in the EU-project MIRACLE after 1 year: Promo Video.
December 2018: Congratulations from Analyst! Your article “Emerging biosensor platforms for the assessment of water-borne pathogens” (N. Kumar, Y. Hu, S. Singh and B. Mizaikoff) was one of the top 10 most downloaded articles published in the journal in 2018, and has been included in our Analyst 2018 Most Downloaded Articles collection: https://rsc.li/2QuDtyE
November 2018: The IABC congratulates Gregor Neusser for his successful PhD defense!
September 2018: Sven Daboss receives the special award for most valuable poster on analytics at the conference Electrochemistry 2018 in Ulm. Congratulation Sven!
July 2018: MIRACLE Projekt im Jahresbericht der Universität Ulm, Seite 30.
July 2018: The IABC congratulates Matthias Schwenk for his successful PhD defense!
March 2018: Alexander Przewodnik receives the 2. poster award at the CANAS/ESAS meeting in Berlin. Congratulation Alex!
February 2018: The IABC congratulates Andreas Hartmann for his successful PhD defense!