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Prof. Dr. J. Michael Köhler is the head of the Department of Physical Chemistry and Microreaction Technology at the Technical University of Ilmenau (Germany) since 2001. He studied Chemistry in Halle an der Saale as well as in Jena (PhD 1986), where he also get habilitated in General and Physical Chemistry in 1992. Between 1991 and 2001 he was the head of microsystem department and the department of biotechnical microsystems at the IPHT Jena. He taught at the Universities of Wuppertal and Jena between 1991 and 2000. M. Köhler has published inter alia more than 100 journal articles and edited books on microlithography, microsystem and microreaction technology, environmental technology and nanotechnology.
Michael Köhler recent research interests include evolving systems, microtechnology and nanotechnology as well as the development and application of fluidic microsystems. The focus of his experimental research work is the application of micro reactors and microfluidics for sustainable processes, for example for micro flow-through synthesis of nanoparticles and composed microparticles, in biological toxicity screenings and in investigations on heavy metal-resistant soil bacterial communities.