Dr Norbert Radacsi is a Senior Lecturer (US equivalent: Associate Professor) at The University of Edinburgh. He obtained his Ph.D. at the Delft University of Technology. Prior to his current position he was postdoctoral researcher at Purdue University and California Institute of Technology. He has pioneered a new type of 3D electrospinning technology. His interdisciplinary research includes areas of advancing electrospinning technology and bioprinting, developing wearable sensors and energy harvesters, and producing novel materials.
Ph.D. Chemical Engineering/Materials Science - Delft University of Technology (2012)
M.Sc. Physics - University of Debrecen (2006)
California Institute of Technology (2014-2015)
Purdue University (2013-2014)
Delft University of Technology (2012-2013)
Professional Qualifications and Memberships:
2021 – date Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
2016 – date Member, American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)
Nanomaterials in Chemical & Biomedical Engineering (course organizer)
Process Safety and Environmental Issues in Chemical Engineering
Chemical Engineering Laboratory 3
Chemical Engineering Design: Project 4
Chemical Engineering Study Project 4
My research interest lies in the application of nanotechnology to advance the engineering of new functional materials for medical applications.