Heiner Linke - CV

Publications: Researcher ID A-5825-2010

Qualifications

• 1986 - 92 Dipl. Phys. (MSc), (Technical University Munich, Germany)
• 1993 - 97 PhD in Solid State Physics (Lund University, Sweden)
"Quantum Electronic Transport in Low-Dimensional Semiconductors"

Academic appointments held (reverse chronological order)

• 2013 -         Director of NanoLund (Center for Nanoscience at Lund University)
• 2009 -         Professor of Nanophysics, Lund University
• 2009 - 2012 Courtesy Associate Professor, Physics Department, University of Oregon, USA.
• 2005 –2009 Associate Professor (with tenure), Physics Department, University of Oregon, USA.
• 2001 - 2005 Assistant Professor, Physics Department, University of Oregon, USA.
• 1998 - 2001 Australian Research Council Fellow, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Commissions of trust
• 2000, 2001 Organizer, Coogee Bay Meeting on Mesoscopic Physics, Sydney, Australia.
• 2002 Invited Guest Editor, Special issue: “Ratchets and Brownian Motors: Basics, Experiments and Applications”, Appl. Phys. A 75, 167 – 352 (2002).
• 2003 - 2005 Board of Editors, Applied Physics A – Materials Science and Processing
• 2003 – 2005 Chair, Nobel Symposium on Controlled Nanoscale Motion in Biological and Artificial Systems, Sweden, 2005.
• 2004 – 2005 Member, Program Committee, HCIS-14 International Conference on Nonequilibrium Carriers in Semiconductors, Chicago, 2005.
• 2006 – 2007 Member, Scientific Committee, Conference Ratchets 07, Seville, Spain, 2007.
• 2006 Biological Physics Review Panel, National Science Foundation.
• 2006 – 2008 Member, Scientific Committee, Frontiers of Quantum and Mesoscopic Thermodynamics, 2008 (FQMT08), Prague, August 18-22, 2008
• 2008 Co-chair, Symposium on “Molecular Motors, Nanomachines and active Nanostructures”, MRS Spring Meeting, San Francisco, 2008.
• 2008 Co-chair, International Thermoelectrics Conference, Corvallis, Oregon, 2008.
• 2006 – 2009 Associate Director and Treasurer, Materials Science Institute, University of Oregon.
• 2008 Nanotechnology and Nanobiotechnology Review Panel, National Institutes of Health.
• 2010-2012: Deputy Director, The Nanometer Structure Consortium at Lund University (nmC@LU)
• 2010 - 2013:  Head, Division of Solid State Physics, Lund University
• 2010 Co-Director, Workshop on New Trends in Nonlinear Dynamics: Heat Flow Control and Thermoelectric Efficiency, Erice, Sicily, Italy, October 23-28, 2010.
• since 2012: Co-Editor, European Journal of Physics B.
• 2012 Chair, Nobel Symposium on Nanoscale Energy Converters, Örenäs, Sweden.
• since 2013 Director of NanoLund (250 scientists in three faculties at Lund University
• since 2015: Elected Member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (physics class)
• since 2016: Adjunct Member of the Nobel Committee for Chemistry
• since 2017: Elected Member of the Royal Physiographic Society of Lund

Awards
• Australian Research Council Postdoctoral Fellowship 1998 - 2001.
• Faculty Early Career Development Award (CAREER), National Science Foundation, USA (2003).
• Richard A. Bray Faculty Scholar in Arts and Sciences (University of Oregon, 2004).

Graduated PhD students

• Tammy Humphrey, Ph.D. in 2003: then Marie-Curie Fellow with Markus Büttiker, Geneve;
• Erin Craig, Ph.D. in 2008: now postdoc with Prof. A. Mogilner at UC Davis;
• Brian Long, Ph.D. in 2008: then postdoc with Tania Vu, OHSU, Portland, Oregon.
• Eric Hoffmann, Ph.D. in 2009: then Humboldt fellow with Prof. J. Kotthaus, Center for Nanoscience, University of Munich.
• Nathan Kuwada, Ph.D. in 2010: then postdoc in the Wiggins lab, U of Washington, Seattle.
• Natthapon Nakpathomkun, Ph.D. in 2010: then lecturer in Thammasat University, Thailand.
• Ben Lopez, Ph.D. in 2010: then postdoc with Prof. M. Valentine at UCSB.
• Jason Matthews, Ph.D. in 2011: then postdoc at U Oregon, Eugene.
• Cassandra Niman, Ph.D. in 2014
• Mercy Lard, Ph.D. in 2014
• Sofia Fahlvik, Ph.D. in 2014

Postdoctoral researchers
• Dr. Phillip Wu (8/2010 - 8/2012, then Stanford University)
• Dr. Johanna Generosi (1/2010 - 12/2010)
• Dr. Martina Balaz (8/2009 - 9/2012)
• Dr. Ann Persson (3/2006 – 5/2009)
• Dr. Greg Gemmen (8/2008 – 11/2009; then at SCRIPP San Diego)
• Dr. Gerhard Blab (8/2008 – 8/2009, then with N. Forde, SFU Vancouver)
• Dr. Erin Craig (9/2008- 3/2009, then with A. Mogilner, UC Davies).

Professional Societies
Member: German Physical Society, Materials Research Society,
American Physical Society, Biophysical Society.

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