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Jürgen J. Schmied, PhD

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Jürgen Schmied studied Biophysics at the University of Bayreuth and graduated in 2010. During his PhD thesis he worked on DNA origami based fluorescence standards which allow to test the spatial resolution of super-resolution microscopes such as STED or GSDIM. After finishing his thesis he founded a company (GATTAquant GmbH) which commercializes DNA origami based standards for any type of fluorescence microscope but also for TEM and AFM.

  • From 2004–2010: Studies Physics (Biophysics), University Bayreuth, Germany
  • From 2007–2008: Studies Physics, ENS-Lyon, France
  • From 2010–2014: PhD thesis at the Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany (Prof. Dr. Philip Tinnefeld): "Applications of Fluorescently Labeled DNA Origami Structures"
  • From 2014 CEO of GATTAquant GmbH, Braunschweig, Germany. GATTAquant developes and offers fluorescent standards based on the DNA Origami technique.