Seminar on “Computationally designed Nano-MIPs for Biosensor and Membrane Applications” was held on 11 February of 2016 at TÜBİTAK BİLGEM Yılmaz Tokad Conference Hall. Zeynep Altıntaş (PhD), a faculty member of Biomedical Engineering in Cranfield University gave the seminar.
Researchers and those interested from TÜBİTAK BİLGEM and MAM participated in the event, which was also within the scope of accepted EU projects. Main topics of the program included Molecular Modelling, MIPS Synthesis, Characteristics of MIPS, Affinity and Capacity Analysis, and Insertion of MIPS into Membranes.
Zeynep Altıntaş is also working as a visiting researcher at BİLGEM UEKAE Bioelectronics Devices and Systems Group. And she received her BSc degrees from Bosphorus University, completing her PhD studies at Sabancı University and Cranfield University. Her main research areas include: Sensor/nanosensors development for environmental, industrial and medical applications; Nanotechnology applications in analytical and biological sciences; Computational biology and ligand design; Molecular recognition, bio-sensing and diagnostics; Nanomaterial applications in health care; Molecularly imprinted polymer technologies and productions for sensor and membrane filter applications; Molecular modelling.