Position: PhD Student (enrolled at the PhD program of Dresden University of Technology)
Master Degree: Physics engineering – Catholic University of Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, and Biomedical engineering – Polytechnique Montreal, Canada (double degree)
I come from Belgium. I graduated from my Master in September 2019. I did a double degree in Physics engineering at the Catholic University of Louvain-la-Neuve and in Biomedical engineering at Polytechnique Montreal. The first year in Belgium was oriented towards fundamental physics and during the last two years in Canada I worked on a research project in biomedical nanotechnology. My goal was to functionalize gold nanoparticles for in vitro breast cancer diagnosis.
I am interested in studying light-driven nano-, microswimmers in microfluidics systems. As I have a background in biology, I would also be interested to work with biohybrids as well.
Latest News (all news about Audrey Nsamela)
- A platform for stop flow gradient generation to investigate chemotaxis published in Angewandte Chemie February 13, 2022
- Audrey Nsamela presented a poster at MicroTAS 2021 hybrid conference in Palm Springs October 14, 2021
- Audrey Nsamela and Jesús Domínguez both present a poster at MNF conference in Toulouse September 25, 2021
- Round Table Discussion on Fluids and Active Matter September 13, 2021
- Round Table Discussion on Introduction to Theoretical Active Matter September 7, 2021
- The Active Matter network has a new logo ! June 28, 2021
- Microfluidics for Microswimmers, a tutorial review published in Small May 5, 2021
- Effect of viscosity on microswimmers: a comparative study published in ChemNanoMat April 28, 2021
- Rond Table Discussion on: Advanced Control of Active Matter March 31, 2021
- Round Table Discussion on: Living Active Matter March 19, 2021