Prof Ille C. Gebeshuber

Ille CV

Prof. Ille C. Gebeshuber is a University Professor of Physics from Austria, Europe. She is an expert in Nanotechnology, Biomimetics and Tribology. Since 2009 she has been at the Institute of Microengineering and Nanoelectronics at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. Her permanent position is at the Institute of Applied Physics at the Vienna University of Technology. Prof. Ille is associate editor of the IMechE Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science (SAGE Publishing, London, UK), editorial board member of various scientific journals, author of two books on biomimetics and nanotechnology and editor of a book on biomimetics by Springer Scientific Publishing. In 2004 she founded the field of Diatom Tribology (Algae inspiring novel approaches in nanotechnology). Since 2011 she has been a scientific advisory board member regarding nanotechnology for the Lifeboat Foundation, a US American think tank safeguarding humanity. Her research interests comprise the use of nanotechnology and biomimetics to address global challenges for humankind.

2009- Full Professor, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia

2009- Associate Professor, University of Technology Vienna, Austria

2002-2009 Assistant Professor, University of Technology Vienna, Austria

1998 PhD in the Technical Sciences (Dr. techn.) (with highest honors). Thesis “Stochastic and Deterministic Influences on the Peripheral Coding of Auditory Signals”, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

1995 MSc in Physics Engineering (Dipl.-Ing.) (with highest honors), ”, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

61 articles in peer review journals; 56 invited book chapters; one book review, 193 research abstracts; 80 invited lectures, plenary addresses and keynote presentations at international conferences; scientific committee member in 44 conferences and projects; 15 honors and awards; reviewer for 55 international journals & books and six grant agencies; comprehensive scientific outreach work (41 public lectures and workshops, 2 CDs on Physics, 35 radio broadcastings – Ö1, TV, 9 popular science articles, 21 panel discussions, press conferences and exhibitions) and extensive media coverage of research and professional activities.