Fekete Zoltán

Fekete Zoltán, Ph.D. researcher

Short bio

2017 - senior research fellow at PPKE ITK
2015- Head of Research Group for Implantable Microsystems
2014 - Humboldt Postdoctoral fellow at IMTEK, Freiburg
2013 - PhD in Electrical Engineering
2009 - Msc in Electrical Engineering

Major research projects:

2018-2021 In vivo characterization of multimodal microdevices for infrared neural stimulation (2017_1.2.1-NKP-2017-00002) - principal investigator (PI)

2016-2020 Investigation of novel implant materials for high-resolution, multiparametric imaging of cortical activity (NKFIH 120143) - PI

2015-2017 Optical stimulation of hippocampus and deep brain regions using novel micro- and nanomachining approaches, National Brain Research Program (KTIA NAP B 13-2-2015-0004) - PI

2015-2018 Understanding the impact of nanostructuring to control neural cell - solid surface interactions at brain-machine interfaces (OTKA NN 116550) – co-PI

2013-2015 Development of MEMS based measurement system for testing pharmacons in freely moving rodents (industrial R&D project funded by Gedeon Richter Plc) - PI

2009-2012 Polymer Photonic multiparametric biochemical SENSor for Point of care diagnostics (EU FP7 ICT4-248304 P3SENS) - participant

2009-2012 Nanoelectronics-based biosensor technology platforms (ENIAC JTI – CAJAL4EU 2009-1) – participant

PhD students:

Anita Zátonyi, Ágoston Csaba Horváth, Flóra Zsófia Fedor, Ágnes Szabó

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