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Aleksandra Lobnik

Aleksandra Lobnik

Professor
University of Maribor
Slovenia

Biography

Prof. Dr. Aleksandra Lobnik is since 2009 a Full professor at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Maribor, where she teaches chemistry, analytical chemistry, and nanomaterials courses. The focus of Aleksandra Lobnik’s research is the development of new optical chemical and bio-sensors for different applications, such as personal protection, security, smart textiles, environmental protection, food, medicine. The emphasis is on the synthesis of new materials, nanomaterials, biomaterials, and sol-gels, which would improve sensory characteristics. In 2006 she co-founded a spin-off company IOS Ltd, where she is also employed. She is currently most involved in applicability of scientific research in the field of sensors, nanomaterials and water treatment. In the meantime, she strongly intensified cooperation with various Slovenian and foreign companies. Aleksandra Lobnik is also active in the promotion of science, because she is regularly invited to various committees and gives a wide range of interviews on the topic of nano-sciences and knowledge transfer in real applications in widely accessible media such as television, daily newspapers and magazines. In 2015 she lectured at TEDx in CERN on the topic of sensors. (http://tedxcern.web.cern.ch/video/2015/nanosensors-love-and-other-emotions).

Research Interest

The focus of Aleksandra Lobnik’s research is the development of new optical chemical and bio-sensors for different applications, such as personal protection, security, smart textiles, environmental protection, food, medicine. The emphasis is on the synthesis of new materials, nanomaterials, biomaterials, and sol-gels, which would improve sensory characteristics.