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Dr. Katharina Dormanns

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VitaDr. Katharina Dormanns

Dr. Katharina Dormanns studied Biomimetics (also: Bionics) at the University of Applied Sciences in Bremen. Foci of this international Bachelor of Science course are natural sciences, engineering and project management. She spent one semester abroad at the Centre for Biomimetics in Reading, England, where she worked on the development of sensors for soft robots. She did her Bachelor's thesis at the ITV Denkendorf in cooperation with MAFAC, Alpirsbach, developing biomimetic dehumidification systems for exhaust air. In 2009 she, together with Kirstin Casdorff, won the second prize of the "Businessplan-Wettbewerb Bionik" initiated by the VdU and the B-I-C. Within her PhD in mechanical engineering at the High Performance Computing unit of the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, she modelled and simulated the micro-perfusion of the human brain. Since June 2016 she has been working as a fluidics engineer at Hahn-Schickard coordinating the KMU-innovativ project HLA-Express. Since June 2017 Dr Katharina Dormanns has been heading the group Microfluidics on Hahn-Schickard Devices.

 

Publications

List of publications

 

Further publications

  • Keller, M.; Czilwik, G.; Schott, J.; Schwarz, I.; Dormanns, K.; von Stetten, F.; Zengerle, R. and Paust, N. (2017): Robust temperature change rate actuated valving and switching for highly integrated centrifugal microfluidics. Lab on a Chip, 17(5), 864-875.
  • Dormanns, K.; Brown, R.G. and David,T. (2016):The role of nitric oxide in neurovascular coupling. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 394, 1-17.
  • Dormanns, K.; Brown, R.G. and David,T. (2015): Neurovascular Coupling: A Parallel Implementation. Frontiers in Computer Neuroscience, 9, 109-126.
  • Dormanns, K.; Brown, R.G. and David,T. (2015): Multiscale modelling of neurovascular coupling in tissue-like structures. Australasian Winter Conference on Brain Research, Queenstown, New Zealand.
  • Dormanns, K.; van Disseldorp, E.J.; Brown, R.G. and David, T. (2014): Neurovascular coupling and the influence of luminal agonists via the endothelium. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 364, 49-70.
  • Dormanns, K.; Brown, R.G. and David, T. (2014): Dynamic Parallel Simulation of Neurovascular Coupling. World Congress of Biomechanics, Boston, USA.
  • Dormanns, K.; Brown, R.G. and David, T. (2014): From experiments to differential equations – Possibilities and limitations of mathematical modelling and simulation of neurovascular coupling. Australasian Winter Conference on Brain Research, Queenstown, New Zealand.
  • Dormanns, K.; Brown, R.G. and David, T. (2013): Say NO to Alzheimer´s! – The importance of an uncommon messenger molecule shown in computational simulations. Australasian Winter Conference on Brain Research, Queenstown, New Zealand.

 

Contact

 

Address

Hahn-Schickard
Georges-Koehler-Allee 103, 2nd floor (Hahn-Schickard building)
79110 Freiburg
Germany

 

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