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Sascha Hauck joined Self-Organizing Systems Lab in January 2022.
- He studied physics at the TU Darmstadt. He finished his master in physics in November 2021 with focus in Modern Optics (concerned with quantum computation and quantum information processing). In the master thesis he worked with optimizing single atom transport in optical traps – to obtain the best possible results in the shortest amount of time in complex confining geometries.
- Resulted in 2 papers:
Single-atom transport in optical conveyor belts: Enhanced shortcuts-to-adiabaticity approach
Coherent atom transport via enhanced shortcuts to adiabaticity: Double-well optical lattice
Now he has a PhD position within the of “Flow For Life” project funded by LOEWE (specifically within the subproject C5:"image analysis and modelling”)
Goal of FFL is to develop organ-like three-dimensional cell aggregates represent versatile cellular models for drug development and toxicology assessment.
Potential to serve as alternative to donate human tissue and reduce animal testing.
-using deep neural networks to develop algorithms for automated 3D reconstruction from image data
-building 3D cell structures to use as training data
-building realistic cell-models to simulate cell division
-simulation of heterogene cell aggregates in complex geometries to obtain qualitative predictions for the complete system consisting of cell aggregates and supply networks