Dr. Julian Schütt

ORCID: 0000-0002-2593-3021

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Phone: +49 (0)351 260-2572


Email: j.schuett(at)hzdr.de


Institute for Ion Beam Physics and Materials Research
Bautzner Landstraße 400 
01328 Dresden, Germany

Short biography

Julian Schütt finished his master studies in 2013, Technical University of Dresden, in the Master program "Molecular Biogenineering" at BIOTEC Dresden. His master thesis dealt with the integration of droplet-based microfluidics andsilicone nanowire field effect transistors (SiNW FET). Following, he started to work as a PhD student in the chair "materials science and nanotechnology" of TU Dresden lead by Prof. Dr. Cuniberti. During this time, he worked in the bionanosensoric department focused on prototyping of the new generation of nano-scaled biosensors for early disease detection. He worked on the development and improvement of miniaturized sensors based on nanoscaled semiconductor devices as well as impedimetric metallic biosensors, mimicking the flow cytometry principle. After defending his PhD thesis in early 2019, he joined the "Intelligent Materials and Devices" research group lead by Dr. Denys Makarov at Helmholtz-Zentrum-Dresden-Rossendorf in June 2019.

Research interests

  • Point-of-care diagnostics
  • Compact sensor solutions
  • Micro- and millifluidics

Projects involved

1. Electromagnetic detection for microfluidics

2. PHE sensor integration into microfluidics

3. Prototyping of sensor devices

Selected publications

3.      S. Klinghammer, T. Uhlig, F. Patrovsky, M. Böhm, J. Schütt, N. Pütz, L. Baraban, L.M. Eng, and G. Cuniberti
Plasmonic biosensor based on vertical arrays of gold nanoantennas
ACS Sens., 3 (7), 1392-1400 (2018)

2.      E. Baek, T. Rim, J. Schütt, K. Kim, C.-K. Baek, L. Baraban, G. Cuniberti
Negative photoconductance in heavily doped Si nanowire field-effect transistors
Nano Lett., 17 (11),6727–6734 (2017)

1.      J. Schütt, B. Ibarlucea, R. Illing, F. Zörgiebel, S. Pregl, D. Nozaki, W. M. Weber, T. Mikolajick, L. Baraban and G. Cuniberti
Compact Nanowire Sensors Probe Microdroplets
Nano Lett., 16 (8), pp 4991–5000 (2016)