Biosensor-based interaction analyses are enjoying increasing popularity in both quality control and in research and development. Conventional biosensors, such as surface plasmon resonance systems, are based on alterations in the macroscopic properties of the measurement surface. However, sw ... more
Dr. Wolfgang Kaiser
Dynamic Biosensors GmbH
Wolfgang Kaiser studied physics at Technical University of Munich (TUM). On graduating, he then received a doctoral scholarship from IGSSE, TUM’s International Graduate School of Science and Engineering. His doctoral work at TUM’s Walter Schottky Institute focused on switchable DNA layers and their use in biosensor systems. He was subsequently involved in switchSENSE® chip- and application development as part of a GO-Bio project. He is one of the founding members of Dynamic Biosensors GmbH and has been Head of Application Development since 2013.