First Name Last Name Institution Working Group Email COST Member template
AleksijaĐurićUniversity of East of East Sarajevo
AliZarrabiDr. Ali Zarrabi is Associate Professor and Principal Investigator in the Biomedical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering & Natural Sciences, Istinye University, Turkey. He holds a bachelor's degree of Chemical Engineering from Isfahan University of Technology (2004), a master's degree of Chemical Engineering from Sharif University of Technology (2007), and a PhD of Nanobiotechnology from Sharif University of Technology (2011). His current research interests include theranostics, transdermal drug delivery system, nanomedicine, nanomaterials and their surface engineering/modifications, skin patches, wearable devices, and wound healing/dressing. His group works at the interface of supramolecular chemistry, bioengineering, and medicine to develop approaches for simultaneous diagnosis and treatment of diseases. Dr. Zarrabi is a member of editorial board of several journals such as "Cell Communication and Signaling", "BMEMat", "MedComm – Future Medicine", "Journal of Personalized medicine", "Bioengineering", "Future Pharmacology", "Biomaterials and Polymers Horizon", and "Nanofabrication". He has been the guest editor of several prestigious journals such as "Current Opinion in Biomedical Engineering", "International Journal of Molecular Sciences", and "Bioengineering".İstinye Üniversitesializarrabi@gmail.comİstinye Üniversitesi
Aston University
AnnaMarzegalliUniversità degli Studi di Milano-Bicoccaanna.marzegalli@unimib.itUniversità degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca
Aristotle University of Thessalonikiakonsta@civil.auth.grAristotle University of Thessaloniki
Institute of Materials Engineeringbenoit.merle@uni-kassel.deInstitute of Materials Engineering
University of of Leoben
DilettaGiuntiniEindhoven University of Technology d.giuntini@tue.nlEindhoven University of Technology
FlavioAbreu AraujoUniversité catholique de Louvainflavio.abreuaraujo@uclouvain.beUniversité catholique de Louvain
TU Eindhovenf.van.loock@tue.nlTU Eindhoven
GabrielleTipheneEcole Centrale de Lyon | ECL gabrielle.tiphene@ec-lyon.frEcole Centrale de Lyon | ECL
Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorfg.hlawacek@hzdr.deHelmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf
HendrikHolzI am a PhD student at the Max-Planck Institute for Iron research in Düsseldorf. I am a experimental researcher with expertise in nanoindentation and micropillar compression.Institute for Iron research in Düsseldorf.h.holz@mpie.deInstitute for Iron research in Düsseldorf.
Helmholtz Zentrum Hereonhenry.ovri@hereon.deHelmholtz Zentrum Hereon
JiriNohavaLead Application Scientist at Anton Paar, Mechanical Surface Characterization Unit. About 15 years in nanoindentation, tribology and scratch. Member of the ISO 14577 committee.Lead Application Scientist at Anton Paar, Mechanical Surface Characterization Unit.jiri.nohava@anton-paar.comLead Application Scientist at Anton Paar, Mechanical Surface Characterization Unit.
Julien GuenoleGuénolé
KhatiraMehtiyevaPh.D. student in Nanostructures from Azerbaijan. With expertise in nanotechnology and semiconductor physics, I'm passionate about exploring quantum materials, Topological InsulatorsBaku State State University
Univeritat Politècnica de Catalunyalaia.ortiz@upc.eduUniveritat Politècnica de Catalunya
Empa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technologymaria.watroba@empa.chEmpa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology
Marie StephaneCollaLouvain University Belgiummarie-stephane.colla@uclouvain.beLouvain University Belgium
FAU Erlangen-Nürnbergmichael.wurmshuber@fau.deFAU Erlangen-Nürnberg
OlegZabolotnyiAssociate prof of Applied Mechanics & Mechatronics Dep at Lutsk National Technical University. Interested in Creating of New High-Performance Powder & Composite Eco-MaterialsAssociate prof of Applied Mechanics & Mechatronics Dep at Lutsk National Technical Universityvolynasi@gmail.comAssociate prof of Applied Mechanics & Mechatronics Dep at Lutsk National Technical University
TU Wien
PetrHaušildGraduated in Physical Engineering at Czech Technical University in Prague in 1998, Ph.D. in Mechanics of Materials at Ecole Centrale Paris in 2002. From 2002 at the Department of Materials, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague, rising through the ranks from assistant to full professor (in 2018). Main research interests are mechanics of materials and materials characterization with focus on fracture micromechanisms (fractography) and local mechanical properties (especially using indentation techniques and/or miniature-sized specimens).Czech Technical Universitypetr.hausild@fjfi.cvut.czCzech Technical University
İstinye Universitypinarcakir@gmail.comİstinye University
SolèneComby-DassonnevilleSolène Dassonneville is co-leader of WG5 and is a French representative of the management committee of MecaNano. Throughout her doctoral studies, her research focused on the integration of in situ scanning electron microscopy (SEM) nanoindentation with precise electrical measurements. Currently, she is affiliated with the IM2NP laboratory in Marseille, France, where her research interests lie in the fields of nanomechanical testing, electron microscopy, and synchrotron X-ray diffraction.IM2NP, Marseillesolene.dassonneville@univ-amu.frIM2NP, Marseille
Forschungszentrum Juelichs.brinckmann@fz-juelich.deForschungszentrum Juelich
SzilviaKalacskaCNRS, LGF MINES St. Etienneszilvia.kalacska@cnrs.frCNRS, LGF MINES St. Etienne
TamaraAleksandrov FabijanićFaculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecturetamara.aleksandrov@fsb.hrFaculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture
Warsaw University of University of Technology