Dr. Ioanna Giouroudi

Head TUW Doctoral School/Senior Scientist
Giouroudi, Ioanna
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Area of Expertise: Sensors, Magnetism, Lab-on-a-Chip Technology, Medical Devices, Microfluidics, Nanostructures & Nanoparticles
ORCID iD: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8655-0323
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Dr. Giouroudi received the Doctor of Science Degree in Engineering Sciences from the Vienna University of Technology, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology in September 2006. After being employed by Magna Steyr in Graz, Austria as a Project Manager, she was awarded a Postdoctoral Fellowship in September 2007 by the University of Stellenbosch, Biomedical Engineering Research Group, in South Africa. In June 2009 she accepted a University Position at the Institute of Sensor and Actuator Systems, Vienna University of Technology where she has developed a novel, independent research line, funded by the Austrian Science Fund and the City of Vienna focusing on i) biomedical applications of magnetic nanomaterials and microsensors and ii) applications of microfluidic devices in life sciences and biomedicine.Parallel to her research activity, Dr. Giouroudi has taught several undergraduate (BSc) and graduate (MSc) courses and is supervising MSc and PhD students.
From March 2016 until August 2016 she was the Head of the Center for Chemical Polymer Technology at the DWI-Leibniz Institute for Interactive Materials in Aachen, Germany. She was a Senior Scientist at the BioSense Institute, Novi Sad, Serbia. In March 2019 she was awarded the "Venia Docendi" (Habilitation) in Nanobiotechnology by the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU), Vienna, Austria. She is currently the Head of the TU Wien Doctoral School. Her research interests are mainly focused on: biomedical engineering, biosensors and biomedical systems, smart materials for energy harvesting, conversion and energy efficiency, biomedical, portable diagnostic systems which can operate outside a laboratory environment, the study of targeted drug delivery and therapeutic systems utilizing magnetic methods, microfluidics and nanotechnology, investigation of magnetic nanoparticles for magnetic particle imaging and magnetic nanoparticles for magnetic hyperthermia.

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