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Dr. Mehmet Dinc
Mehmet Dinc, born in 1986, studied chemistry at Ulm University (Germany) and graduated with a bachelor's degree in 2011 and a master's degree in 2013. While working on his bachelor and master's thesis, he intensely studied the development and application of synthetic materials. Following his chemistry studies, he worked on his doctorate under the supervision of Professor Dr. Boris Mizaikoff at the Institute of Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry (IABC) at Ulm University, focusing on the development of efficient synthetic affinity materials for biomolecules and phytopharmaceuticals. After receiving his doctorate in 2019 he worked as a postdoc at the Institute of Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, where his research area was the production of synthetic receptors for the purification and detection of viruses. In addition to coordinating R&D projects, he was responsible for planning and organizing research activities. Since 2020 he has been the group leader for biomimetic receptors at Hahn-Schickard.
Where there is a will, there is a way.
Dr. Mehmet Dinc is a reviewer for various scientific journals and publishers.
His research focuses on the development of biomimetic receptors for diagnostic and biotechnological applications.
- Polymer chemistry
- Synthesis of nano and micro materials
- UV/VIS spectroscopy
- Gel electrophoresis
- Electron microscopy
- FTIR spectroscopy