Parisa Bayat

Parisa Bayat

PIER Helmholtz Graduate School

A Graduate Education Program of Universität Hamburg in Cooperation with DESY

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Parisa Bayat

Name: Parisa Bayat

Nationality: Iranian

Master in: Physics

PIER research field: Nanoscience

Research topic: A Lab-on-a-chip biosensor device for optical mapping of DNA-single molecule

Further research interests:
Plasmonic nanoantenna for bio sensing, barcoding DNA-single molecule, affordable and portable device for early disease diagnosis

Research group: Center for Hybrid Nanostructures (CHYN)

Supervisor/s of thesis: Prof. Robert Blick, Prof. Dr. Gabriel Bester, Dr. Irene Fernandez-Cuesta

Special features about the research group:
I am working on an interdisciplinary research topic with an innovate approach; including nanofabrication, chemistry and physics of fluidics and bio molecules, as well as plasmonics for high-resolution measurements. I like to bring the science of research labs into the application, where the whole society can benefit from the invested money. To achieve the goal, my expert supervisors provide me with fruitful discussions and guidance through the whole project. Additionally, the working labs are equipped with brand-new fabrication and characterization tools and instruments to facilitate further progress of the project at a faster pace.

I plan to submit my thesis in: Autumn 2018

This is what brought me to Hamburg/Benefits from PIER (Cooperation of DESY and Universität Hamburg):
I got a scholarship with grants to fund my travels to attend in international conferences where we exchange ideas and improve our visibility in the scientific world. The access to excellent research facilities and especially our new building (CHyN) in DESY campus, allow an easier collaboration with well-known experts in the campus. Besides, being a member of PHGS, I have access to free German courses in the evenings of Thursdays and Fridays, where I learn the language for better communication and integration. I appreciate all the helps and efforts from PHGS coordinators and their guidance for almost all aspects of my work to smoothen my work life that is the biggest part of my life now!

My plans for my career after my PhD:
I like the challenges in science and solving problems makes me feel happy. I like to continue in research and development of new methods in my scientific field. Even in a company, I like to work in a research and development section where I can contribute in challenges and bringing new ideas.

Hobbies/Outreach: walking and jogging, cooking with friends, going to the nature at the weekends

My favorite place in Hamburg: My favorite place in Hamburg is Landungsbrücken, especially at nights with harbor lights. I enjoy sitting in Alster-Jungfernstieg and relax.


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Parisa Bayat
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Event Calendar
26 Jun. 2017 to 28 Jun. 2017
Location: FLASH SemRoom, Bldg 28c
26 Jun. 2017 to 30 Jun. 2017
Speaker: Dr. KEMP, Yves, Dr. MELZER-PELLMANN, Isabell-A.
Location: SR 4 a/b
26 Jun. 2017 16:30
Speaker: Ketan Patel (Indian Institute of Science Education & Research, Mohali)
Location: Seminar room 2, building 2A
27 Jun. 2017 11:00
Speaker: Jonas Wittbrodt (DESY)
Location: bldg 2, room 2a
27 Jun. 2017 16:45
Speaker: Florencia Canelli (Uni Zuerich)
Location: Auditorium
28 Jun. 2017 14:30
Location: build. 2a, SR2
28 Jun. 2017 14:30
Speaker: Daniel Litim (University of Sussex)
Location: Room 2, Building 2a
28 Jun. 2017 16:00
Speaker: Alexander Schmidt (Universität Hamburg)
Location: Room 2, Building 2a
28 Jun. 2017 18:00
Location: Foyer CFEL, Bldg. 99
29 Jun. 2017 13:30
Location: Building 99 (CFEL), Room 1.024
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