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Ille C. Gebeshuber


Professor of Physics. Expert in Tribology, Nanotechnology and Biomimetics.

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Surname: Ille C. Gebeshuber
Institute of Applied Physics, Vienna University of Technology, Wiedner Hauptstrasse 8-10 / 134, 1040 Vienna, Vienna, Austria, Europe
e-mail:[email protected], mobile: +43 681 81302433, phone: +43 1 58801 13483, FAX: +43 1 58801 13499

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*** CV, *** Professorships, *** Habilitation "Nanoscience on Surfaces", *** Diploma and PhD Theses, PostDoctoral "Wanderjahre", *** Recent Additional Training / Courses, *** Research Projects

*** Guest Professorships, Teaching (courses, labs), supervising (undergraduates, Bachelor students, Master students, PhD students, postdoctoral scientists) and external PhD thesis reviewing

*** List of Publications: *** Research Articles, *** Books, Edited Books and Book Chapters, *** Book Review, *** Research Abstracts, *** Papers resulting from International Conference Presentations, *** Recent Posters

*** Popular Science / Outreach Activities, *** Media Coverage of Research and Professional Activities, *** Education and Training of Physics Teachers

*** Honors and Awards, *** Organized Workshops, Meetings and Conferences, *** Scientific Community Services / Industry Services (Boards, Committees, Editorial Activities, Expert Panels, Consultancy Functions, Mentoring and Reviewing Activities), *** Conferences , Meetings, Seminars, Short Visits, *** Expeditions, *** Plenary Addresses, Keynote Presentations and Invited Lectures


Short biography:

Prof. Ille C. Gebeshuber is a University Professor of Physics from Austria, Europe. She is expert in Nanotechnology, Biomimetics and Tribology. She was born on April 10, 1969, in the small city Kindberg. On the schoolbus, when she wrote a message on the window to a friend who was outside, she discovered that - a natural lefthander - she can write in mirror. She uses this ability to stimulate the right side of her brain and thereby her creativity and cross-border thinking. This has had major influence on her scholarly development and achievements - unlike most other physicists and engineers her approach to science is wide and holistic, and inherently trans- and interdisciplinary, bridging over to biology, the arts and the social sciences.

From 2008 untill 2015 she has been living and working in Malaysia, since 2016 she is back at her home institution, 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 . 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.

Prof. Ille C. Gebeshuber serves on various international strategy boards. She has been acting as reviewer and advisor for agencies, universities, research institutions and public bodies. Prof. Ille is doing extensive public science outreach work and her professional activities are widely covered in the media. She loves to go on rainforest expeditions with her students, who come from different cultures and different fields (Europe & Asia, physics, engineering, biology, veterinary medicine, applied arts, fine arts).

Her research interests are located at the interface of biology, engineering and the arts, systems thinking and nanotechnology. She has experience in various expert panels, including the Science Advisory Board (Arlington, USA), the Strategy Board of the Austrian Center of Competence for Tribology (Wiener Neustadt, Austria), QS and THES University Rankings and the ISESCO Expert Panel on Nanotechnology.


CV:

  • 1975-1979: Primary School in Kindberg, Austria
  • 1979-1987: Secondary School in Kapfenberg, Austria, obtained first class honors
  • 1987-1995: Studies of Technical Physics at the University of Technology Vienna, obtained first class honors
  • 1989-1992: Elected representative of all students of Technical Physics at the University of Technology Vienna
  • 1994-1999: Coordination and management of the activities of the TU-BioMed - Association of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Technology Vienna
  • 1995: Completition of the studies of Technical Physics (obtained first class honors). (My speech at the academic celebration)
  • 1995-2000: Tutor on Computer-Simulation at the University of Technology Vienna
  • 1995-1998: Dissertational studies in the field Hearing Theory at the University of Technology Vienna (supervisor Prof. DDDr. Rattay)
  • 1995-1997: Postgraduate studies "Environmental Protection with Technological Means"
  • 1997: Crete Course in Computational Neuroscience, Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas, FO.R.T.H. Heraklion, Greece
  • 1998: PhD in the Technical Sciences (external examiner: Prof. Jonathan Ashmore, FRS, University College London; obtained first class honors). Click here to view my speech at the graduation ceremony on YouTube.
  • 1999: PostDoc at Paul Hansma's lab, Physics Department, University of California Santa Barbara
  • December 1999-2002: PostDoc with Friedrich Aumayr at the University of Technology Vienna, Institute for General Physics, Group "Atomic and Plasma Physics"
  • 2002-2009: Assistant professor, University of Technology Vienna, Austria
  • 2003-2006: Senior Researcher and Project Manager @ AC2T (Austrian Center of Competence for Tribology) Research GesmbH, Wiener Neustadt
  • 2002: Telluride Workshop on Neuromorphic Engineering, Telluride CO 81435, Colorado, USA
  • 2003: Research scholar at the Santa Fe Institute, CSSS03 (Complex Systems Summer School 2003), Santa Fe Institute, New Mexico, USA
  • from 2006: Editorial Board Member of the Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Part C: J. Mechanical Engineering Science
  • 2006-2010: Key Researcher and Principal Scientist @ AC2T (Austrian Center of Competence for Tribology) Research GesmbH, Wiener Neustadt
  • 2008: initiator other Founding member of TU BIONIK, Center of Excellence Bionics / Biomimetics at the Vienna University of Technology
  • 2008: Prince2 Foundation Qualification, APM Group, UK
  • 2008: Habilitation (i.e. large venia, venia legendi) in "Experimental Physics"
  • From 2008: Leave of Absence from Vienna University of Technology, to Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
  • From 2009: Associate professor, University of Technology Vienna, Austria
  • 2009-2015: Full professor, University Kebangsaan Malaysia
  • from 2010: Associate Editor of the Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science
  • 2010-2016: Strategy Board Member, COMET K2 XTribology Excellence Center of Tribology, Wiener Neustadt, Austria
  • from 2011: DirectorAramis Technologies Sdn. Bhd., Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • From 2011: Scientific Advisory Board Member Lifeboat Foundation
  • November 2011: Inaugural Address (Syarahan Umum Profesor), UKM, Bangi, Malaysia. Accompanied by my new book "Biomimetics and Nanotechnology", UKM Press, Penerbit Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, ISBN 978-967-412-004-7. Buy the book from Mary Martin Booksellers in Singapore.
  • July 2012: TEDxKL Talk"What is a physicist doing in the jungle? Biomimetics of the rainforest", Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Watch it on YouTube: link
  • From 2014: Member of the Board of Directors International Society of Bionic Engineering (ISBE)
  • From November 2015: Member of the Algae Network
  • From 2016: Back in Vienna, at the Institute of Applied Physics, Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria. Thank you, dear Malaysia, for seven great years !!
  • From May 2016: Member of Biointerface - Connecting Frontier Research in Nanotechnology and the Life Sciences
  • Professorships:

    Full Professor of Physics. Expert in Tribology, Nanotechnology and Biomimetics, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, 2009-2015.
    Tenured Associate Professor, Research Group Atomic and Plasma Physics, Institute of Applied Physics, Vienna University of Technology, from 2009.

    Habilitation:

    Large venia in Experimental Physics. Title of Habilitation: Nanoscience on Surfaces, University of Technology, Vienna, Austria, 2008.

    Diploma and PhD Theses, Post Doctoral "Wanderjahre":

    Diploma Thesis: Modeling the Kinetics in the Auditory Receptor Cell using Equivalent Electric Circuits, University of Technology, Vienna, Austria, 1995
    PhD thesis: Stochastic and Deterministic Influences on the Peripheral Coding of Auditory Signals, University of Technology, Vienna, Austria, 1998
    Post Doctoral "Years of Travel":
  • 1998-1999 Biomedical Engineering, TU-BioMed, University of Technology, Vienna (Prof. DDDr. Frank Rattay)
  • 1999 Scanning Probe Microscopy, Biophysics, University of California Santa Barbara Physics Department, USA (Prof. Paul Hansma)
  • 2000-2002 Scanning Probe Microscopy, UHV, University of Technology, Vienna (Prof. HP. Winter)

    Recent Additional Training / Courses:

    2016
    My responsibility as a manager - legal competence: Workshop for (new) managers at the Vienna University of Technology. WS 2016

    2014
    Introduction to Dynamical Systems and Chaos, Santa Fe Institute MOOC, 2014

    2013
    Introduction to Complexity, Santa Fe Institute MOOC, 2013
    Forest Safety and Confidence Course, Malaysian Nature Society, August 21, September 25 and October 12, 2013

    2010
    Bascis of Nature Guiding, Forest Research Institute of Malaysia (FRIM), Kepong, Malaysia, January 23, 2010

    2009
    Lab Safety for Group Leaders, Serembang, Malaysia

    2008
    Strategy and Games @ Work, FFG, Vienna, Austria, 2008
    Encouragement to Advance, European Union, Brussels, Belgium, 2008
    Salary Negotiations, TU, Vienna, Austria, 2008
    Biomimicry Innovation Method, Biomimicry Guild ,montana, Uvita, Costa Rica, 2008
    Strategic Communication, TU, Vienna, Austria, 2008
    Prince 2 Foundation Exam, Project Management, Vienna, Austria, 2008

    Research Projects:

    1. 2016-2018: FFG Bridge Project "BioFacLay: Bio-inspired factory layouts for optimal materialflow" (Project Number 851267), with D. Tinello (TU Graz, Austria), Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg, Chair for Production Management, KNAPP AG ( Austria) and M. Drack (Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, Institute for Evolution and Ecology - Evolutionary Biology of Invertebrates), financed by Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft mbH (FFG)
    2. 2016-: Research Project on Mussel Byssus, in collaboration with Jack Rudloe and Dick Gordon, Gulf Specimen Marine Laboratories, Inc., Panacea, Florida, U.S.A.
    3. 2016-: Project for gifted refugee children, in cooperation with http://shajaratalbun.blogspot.de
    4. From 2009: Principal Investigator, "BioScreen (Biomimetics Pilot Project)". Analysis of the rich flora in South East Asia concerning its biomimetic inspirational potential for technological applications. Central aspect: installing cooperations between institutions in the European Union with local institutions in South East Asia. Increasing awareness about the technological innovation potential of the rainforest and its abundance of species might cause a paradigm shift in the way locals view the pristine forests. BioScreen is a pilot project with the installation of collaborations between key institutions serving as base for further projects as major task.
      If you are interested in joining / collaboration / more information, write me an email.
    5. 2014: Team Member, "Development of hybrid nanostructures", Dana Pembangunan Penyelidikan, UKM. Project Code: DPP-2-14-049
    6. 2014-2015: Team Member, "Healthcare and Rehabilitation Technology", Eurasia Pacific Uninet, Project Volume: EUR 10,000, Principal Investigator: Prof. (FH) Martin Kimmel, University of Applied Sciences, Technikum Wien, Vienna, Austria. Project partners: Royal University of Bhutan, Bhutan; University of Medical Sciences of Bhutan; Tribhuvan University, Nepal; Korkyt Ata Kyzylorda State University, Kazakhstan; Medical University of Vienna, Austria and Universiti Kebangsaan, Malaysia
    7. 2013-2015: Team Member, "Bio-adhesive effect of banana leaves for elevated temperature application", Fundamental Research Grant Scheme FRGS (MOHE, Government of Malaysia), Project Volume: RM 129 000, Project Code: FRGS / 2/2013 / TK04 / UKM / 02/2
    8. 2013-2015: Team Member, UKM Research University Grant Scheme OUP Project "ISFBER2G - Integrated Structural and Functional Biology, Engineering and Robotics Education Research in appreciation of social and cryptic insects 'technology'", Principal Investigator: Dr. Fadzly Rahim, Head STEMiND (STEM Integrative in Nobelist Development), STEM Education Cluster, UKM Education & Civilization Research Niche
    9. 2013-2015: Principal Investigator, "A structural approach to multifunctional nanomaterials", Fundamental Research Grant Scheme FRGS (MOHE, Government of Malaysia), Project Volume: RM 149 100, Project Code: FRGS / 1/2013 / TK02 / UKM / 01/1
    10. 2013-2014: Team Member, "Healthcare and Rehabilitation Technology", Eurasia Pacific Uninet, Project Volume: EUR 5000, Project Code: EPU 23/2013, Principal Investigator: Prof. (FH) Martin Kimmel, University of Applied Sciences, Technikum Wien, Vienna, Austria
    11. 2012-2013: Supervisor (together with M. Schreiner), Vienna Academy of Fine Arts Project "Structure.Might.Color" (project in lieu of the PhD thesis of Sigrid Zobl, Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna).
    12. 2010-2013: Principal Investigator, UKM Arus Perdana Project "Biomimetic development of a new generation of MEMS in medicine", Project Volume: RM 300 000, Project Code: UKM-AP-NBT-16-2010
    13. 2011-2012: Team Member, OUP-2012-117
    14. 2011-2012: Principal Investigator, BKBP-IMEN-K017745 Bantuan Kewangan Bahan
    15. 2010-2012: Team Member, UKM Arus Perdana Project "Design and fabrication of surface topology as a tool for stem cells differentiation through morphological regulation", principal investigator: Prof. Dr. Ruszymah Hj Idrus, Project Volume: RM 300 000, Project Code: UKM-AP-TKP-10-2010
    16. 2010-2012: Team Member "Synthesis and characterization of Indium doped ZnO nanowires for gas sensing applications", Project Team: Dee Chang Fu (principal investigator), Burhanuddin Yeop Majlis, Ille Gebeshuber, Azrul Azlan bin Hamzah and Huda Abdullah, Fundamental Research Grant Scheme FRGS (MOHE, Government of Malaysia), location: Institute of Microengineering and Nanoelectronics (IMEN) , UKM, Malaysia, Project Volume: RM 39 200, Project Code: UKM-RRR1-07-FRGS0025-2010
    17. 2010-2011: Team Member "Biornametics: Architecture defined by natural patterns", Project Team: Barbara Imhof (principal investigator), Petra Gruber, Kristy Balliet, Waltraut Hoheneder, George Jeronimidis and Ille C. Gebeshuber, Austrian Science Fund PEEK Project, Arts based research, location: Vienna University of Applied Arts, Project Volume: 120 000 EUR, Project Code: AR 14-G21
    18. 2011: Team Member, Research University Grant, Project Code: UKM-OUP-NBT-27-118 / 2011
    19. 2010: Team Member, Research University Grant, Project Volume: RM 58 000, Project Code: UKM-OUP-NBT-27-118 / 2010
    20. 2009-2011: Team Member, Project Volume: RM 146 300, Project Code: UKM-GPP-PPKK-18-2009
    21. 2009-2011: Team Member, UKM Arus Perdana Project "Lab on Chip for Medical Applications (Micro Total Analysis System)", location: Institute of Microengineering and Nanoelectronics (IMEN), UKM, Malaysia, Project Volume: RM 902 200, Project Code: UKM-AP-NBT-10-2009
    22. 2006-2009: Project Manager (Vienna University of Technology part), Scientist in Charge (Vienna University of Technology part) and member of the Scientific Committee (whole project) WEMESURF"Characterization of wear mechanisms and surface functionalities with regard to life time prediction and quality criteria - from micro to the nano range", EU Human Resources and Mobility (HRM) activity, Marie Curie actions, Marie Curie Research Training Network (RTN), Project Volume (for our group) approx. 310,000 EUR, Total Project Volume 3,464,728 EUR, Project Code: MIFI- CT-2006-039220.
    23. 2006-2009: Deputy Coordinator of the Joint Research Activity 4 of the European Union Sixth Framework program "Structuring the European Research Area Specific Program" "Production and Characterization of Gas Phase Biomolecular Targets" (coodinator: Bob W. McCullough, Queens University Belfast), Research Infrastructure Action: Integrated Infrastructure Initiative (I3) ITS LEIF, I3 Full Title: Ion Technology and Spectroscopy at Low Energy Ion Beam Facilities, JRA4 Project Volume approx. 100,000 EUR
    24. 2008: Principal Investigator, "Atomic force microscopy of the interaction of functionalized nanoparticles with living CaCo-2 cancer cells", FFG research goes to school Innovation internship, Project Code: 203778
    25. 2005, 2006: Austrian Project Manager, "Grain scale investigation into fretting contacts". Project with Thomas Dick and Georges Cailletaud from the Ecole National Superieure des Mines de Paris, sponsored by OEAD, Amadee Program (exchange with France).
    26. 2005-2006: Principal Investigator, "Magnetic carbon?", Innovative Project 2005 Vienna University of Technology, Project Volume: 47 600 EUR
    27. 2003-2006: Team Member, FWF Project "Nanometer-sized surface modifications on silicon produced by slow multiply charged ions" , Principal Investigator: Ao.Univ.Prof. Friedrich Aumayr, Project Code: P16178-PHY
    28. 2003-2006: Project Manager, "Functional Surfaces", KPlus Strategic Research Project, Project Volume: 544,000 EUR
    29. 1999-2000: Principal Investigator "Development of a Scanning Ion Conductance Microscope in Combination with a Patch Clamp Device" University Anniversary Foundation of the City of Vienna, Vienna University of Technology Research Project Initiative, Project Volume: 90 000 ATS, Project Code: Project H-120/99
    30. 2000-2002: Team Member, FWF Project "UHV-AFM studies of nanodefect formation by slow multicharged ions at insulator surfaces" , Principal Investigator: Dr. Friedrich Aumayr, Project Code: P13543-PHY
    31. 1999-2000: Principal Investigator, "Development of a Scanning Ion Conductance Microscope for Technical and Biological Applications" Wiener Wirtschaft Technology Prize (Fund 150 Years Vienna University of Technology), Project Volume: ATS 100,000
    32. 1998: Team Member, Austrian Ministry of Science project "TU-BioMed - Coordination Model for Biomedical Research and Teaching regarding the specific framework given by the European Union", Principal Investigator: DDDr. Frank Rattay, TU Vienna
    33. 1996-1998: Team Member, Austrian Ministry of Science project "Medical Technology Assessment of (new) Biomedical Technologies", Principal Investigator: Dr. Claudia Wild, Austrian Academy of Science

    Guest Professorships

  • Universidad de la Habana, Colegio Universitario San Geronimo de La Habana, Havana, Cuba. Lecture Series "Materials Science and Biomimetics", March 2012
    • Lecture 1: Introduction to Biomimetics I
    • Lecture 2: Introduction to Biomimetics II
    • Lecture 3: Biomimetics in Tribology
    • Lecture 4: Biomimetics for MEMS Design
    • Lecture 5: Biomimetics in Science and the Arts
  • Universidad de la Habana, Havana, Cuba. Lecture Series "Surface Nanoanalytics in Physics, Biology and Tribology", July 2008
    • Lecture 1: Structural Colors in Biology
    • Lecture 2: Tribology in Biology
    • Lecture 3: Scanning Probe Microscopy Across Dimensions
    • Lecture 4: Science and Industry - Cooperation Aspects
    • Lecture 5: Multi-Method Demonstration of Oligomer and Isomer Specific Lubrication
  • University of Technology Warsaw, Poland. Lecture Series "Biology for Nanotechnology Students", May 2006
  • Teaching (courses, labs) and supervising (undergraduates, Bachelor students, Master students, PhD students, postdoctoral scientists):

      2017
    • University of Applied Sciences FH Joanneum GmbH, Kapfenberg, Austria. Nanostructured Materials VO, WS 2016 (with W. Obermayr and M. Sznajder)
    • University of Applied Sciences FH Joanneum GmbH, Kapfenberg, Austria. Molecular Electronics VO, WS 2016 (with W. Obermayr and M. Sznajder)
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.224 Privatissimum for PhD students, PV, 2017S 5.0
    • 2016
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.224 private dissertation for doctoral students, PV, 2016W 5.0, 5.0 ECTS
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.152 Introduction to Nanotechnology, VO, 2016W 2.0, 3.0 ECTS
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 138.039 Internship introduction to research areas of the Faculty of Physics, PR, 2016S 2.0 (with all other physics institutes at TU Wien)
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.114 Project work Interactions with Surfaces, PA, 2016S 8.0
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.114 Project work Interactions with Surfaces, PA, 2016W 8.0
      2015
    • University of Applied Sciences FH Joanneum GmbH, Kapfenberg, Austria. Nanostructured Materials VO, WS 2015 (with W. Obermayr and M. Sznajder)
    • University of Applied Sciences FH Joanneum GmbH, Kapfenberg, Austria. Molecular Electronics VO, WS 2015 (with W. Obermayr and M. Sznajder)
    • University of Applied Sciences FH Joanneum GmbH, Kapfenberg, Austria. Nanostructured Materials VO, WS 2014 (with W. Obermayr and M. Sznajder)
    • University of Applied Sciences FH Joanneum GmbH, Kapfenberg, Austria. Molecular Electronics VO, WS 2014 (with W. Obermayr and M. Sznajder)
    • Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. Z1RR 6032 Applied Nanoelectronics - Electronic Packaging II
    • 2014
    • University Kebangsaan Malaysia, "Biomimetics in Tribology", Tribology Course KKKM 4543 (course head Assoc. Prof. Dr Mariyam Jameelah Ghazali)
    • Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, "Lab Safety", Research Methodology Course Z1RA6014, October 13, 2014
      2013
    • University of Applied Sciences FH Joanneum GmbH, Kapfenberg, Austria. Nanostructured Materials VO, WS 2013 (with W. Obermayr and M. Sznajder)
    • University of Applied Sciences FH Joanneum GmbH, Kapfenberg, Austria. Molecular Electronics VO, WS 2013 (with W. Obermayr and M. Sznajder)
    • Asia Nano Camp 2013, Jakarta, Indonesia. Bioinspired Design (October 2013)
    • Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. Z1RR 6032 Applied Nanoelectronics - Electronic Packaging II
    • 2012
    • Vienna University, Department of Theoretical Biology, Vienna, Austria. Introduction to Biomimetics. 300168 VO, WS 2012 (with M. Drack)
    • Nanomalaysia Olympiad Camp 2012, IMEN, UKM. November 2012
    • Asian Institute of Medicine, Science and Technology (AIMST University), Faculty of Applied Sciences, Bedong, Kedah, Malaysia. Bionanoconvergence and Biomimetics (with Dr. Jern, Benchaporn Lertanantawong). June 2012
    • University of Applied Sciences FH Joanneum GmbH, Kapfenberg, Austria. Nanostructured Materials, Master Studies "Advanced Electronic Engineering", 3rd semester, WS 2012, Type: iL | THW: 2.0 | ECTS credits: 3.0 | Number of Groups: 1, Course Unit Code: 090421303 (with W. Obermayr and M. Sznajder)
    • University of Applied Sciences FH Joanneum GmbH, Kapfenberg, Austria. Molecular Electronics, Master Studies "Advanced Electronic Engineering", 3rd semester, WS 2012, Type: iL | THW: 2.0 | ECTS credits: 3.0 | Number of Groups: 1, Course Unit Code: 090421304 (with W. Obermayr and M. Sznajder)
    • Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. Z1RR 6032 Applied Nanoelectronics - Electronic Packaging II
    • Havana University, Cuba. School "Materials Science and Biomimetics", Organizer and Lecturer, March 2012, Universidad de la Habana, Havana, Cuba.
      2011
    • University of Applied Sciences FH Joanneum GmbH, Kapfenberg, Austria. WS 2011 (with W. Obermayr)
    • Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. Z1RR 6032 Applied Nanoelectronics - Electronic Packaging II
    • 2010
    • University of Applied Sciences FH Joanneum GmbH, Kapfenberg, Austria. Nanostructured Materials, Master Studies "Advanced Electronic Engineering", 3rd semester, WS 2010, Type: iL | THW: 2.0 | ECTS credits: 3.0 | Number of Groups: 1, Course Unit Code: 090421303 (with W. Obermayr)
    • Vienna University of Applied Arts, Austria. Biomimetics - Biornametics II. Seminar and Workshop, October 11-12, 2010 (lecture: Structural Colors in Biology, Engineering and the Arts: Bauplan, Analysis and Applications)
    • Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, "Publishing scientific papers", course Z1RA6014 (Research Methodology), September 27-28, 2010
    • European Forum Alpbach 2010, Seminar Week, Seminar 13: Biomimetics: Learning from nature for technical innovations, Alpbach, Austria, August 19-25, 2010 (lectures on August 25, 2010: Structural colors in biology and how these natural micro- and nanostructures inspire current technology, The innovation potential of biomimetics for novel 3D MEMS and NEMS, Impressions from Malaysia )
    • Vienna University of Applied Arts, Austria. Biomimetics - Biornametics I. Seminar and Workshop, June 1-2, 2010 (lecture: Correlating Structure with Function on the Nanoscale: Structural Colors)
    • University of Applied Sciences FH Joanneum GmbH, Kapfenberg, Austria. Biomimetics and Nanotechnology, March 15-16, 2010
      2009
    • University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien, Vienna, Austria. Lectures on Biomimetics, Nanotechnology and Nanomedicine, in course of the lecture series "Dr. Bertlsmanns Socken", Winter Semester 2009/2010
      2008
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.114 Project work Interactions with Surfaces, PA, 2008W 8.0 (with F. Aumayr)
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.126 Laboratory exercises III, PR, 2008S 5.0
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.114 Project work Interactions with Surfaces, PA, 2008S 8.0 (with F. Aumayr)
    • Havana University, Cuba. XV Escuela internacioal de verano en ciencia y technologia de materiales, Guest Professor with lecture series "Surface Nanoanalytics in Physics, Biology and Tribology", July 2008, Universidad de la Habana, Havana, Cuba
      2007
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.125 Basics of Physics III, UE, 2007W 3.0 (with tutor Christoph Goesselsberger)
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.124 Laboratory exercises II, PR, 2007W 5.0
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.152 Introduction to Nanotechnology, VD, 2007W 2.0
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.114 Project work Interactions with Surfaces, PA, 2007W 8.0 (with F. Aumayr)
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. "Materials" Lecture in the BEST (Board of European Students of Technology) Summer Course Vienna 2007 "Space Engineering - How to build a satellite", TU Wien, July 6-20, 2007
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.107 Laboratory exercises I, PR, 2007S 5.0
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.114 Project work Interactions with Surfaces, PA, 2007S 8.0 (with F. Aumayr)
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.110 Basics of Physics II, UE, 2007S 3.0 (with tutor Christoph Goesselsberger)
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.160 The origin of elements, VD, 2007S 2.0 (in cooperation with Heinz Oberhummer, with the kind support of Mag. Juergen Bauer, www.smart-elements.com), ATHENS lectures, TU Wien, March 19-23, 2007. Click here for the handouts.
      2006
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.109 Basics of Physics I, UE, 2006W 3.0 (with tutor Clemens Gruenberger)
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.166 Introduction to Nanotechnology and Nanoanalytics, VO, 2006W 2.0
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.126 Laboratory exercises III, PR, 2006S 5.0
      2005
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.152 Introduction to Nanotechnology, VD, 2005W 2.0
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.124 Laboratory exercises II, PR, 2005W 5.0
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.107 Laboratory exercises I, PR, 2005S 5.0
      2004
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.146 Nanotechnology, VD, 2004W 2.0
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.126 Laboratory exercises III, PR, 2004S 5.0
      2003 and earlier
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.124 Laboratory exercises II, PR, 2003W 5.0
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 134.107 Laboratory exercises I, PR, 2003S 5.0
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 101.010 Computer Simulation, UE, Tutor, 2000W 3.0
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 101.010 Computer Simulation, UE, Tutor, 1999W 3.0
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 101.010 Computer Simulation, UE, Tutor, 1998W 3.0
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 101.010 Computer Simulation, UE, Tutor, 1997W 3.0
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 101.010 Computer Simulation, UE, Tutor, 1996W 3.0
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. 101.010 Computer Simulation, UE, Tutor, 1995W 3.0

    Postdoctoral Scientists:

    • Dr. Mitra Damghanian (MEMS and NEMS development), financed by IMEN, UKM. 2010-2011.
    • Ayman El-Said (physics), financed by our European Infastructure Initiative ITS LEIF. 2009-2009.
    • Dr. Krystallia Psychogyiopoulou (chemistry), financed by our European Union WEMESURF Marie Curie Research Training Network WEMESURF. 2008-2009.
    • Dr. Muhammad Saadi (optics of brittle star eyes), Assistant Professor, University Of Central Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan. From 2016.

    PhD Students:

    1. Peter Piccottini, Program Director "Biomimetics in Energy Systems", Carinthia University of Applied Sciences. Co-Supervisor (from 2014)
    2. Hasrawati abu Hassan, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia. Co-Supervisor (2014-2015)
    3. Bernd Kaufmann, Landskron, Austria. Thesis Working Title: "Auxetic materials". External Supervisor (from 2014)
    4. Johannes Srajer, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria. Thesis Title: "Plasmonic nanostructures for ultra-sensitive spectroscopy of biomolecules". External Advisor (2012-2014) and Examiner (PhD 2014)
    5. Siti Zaleha bt Mat Diah, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia, financed by my Arus Perdana project (2011-2012) and a MyBrain Scholarship (2012-2014), PhD Thesis Title "MEMS to assist, enhance and expand human sensory perceptions".
      ** Winner of the 2012 AGSE Innovation Award in Recognition of Outstanding Achievements in the Field of Applied Geoinformatics for "The 'navigational sense' in living nature: A survey for engineers". photo
      ** Winner of a MyBrain Scholarship (2012-2014) subsequently to being awarded the AGSE Innovation Award in Recognition of Outstanding Achievements in the Field of Applied Geoinformatics in July 2012. PhD awarded 2016.
    6. Salmah Karman, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia, financed by my Arus Perdana project 2012-2014. PhD Thesis Title "MEMS to assist, enhance and expand human sensory perceptions".
      ** Winner of the 2012 AGSE Innovation Award in Recognition of Outstanding Achievements in the Field of Applied Geoinformatics for "Towards a 'navigational sense' for humans: Biomimetic polarized light-based navigation system". photo. PhD awarded 2016.
    7. Theresia Meschik, Vetmeduni Vienna, Austria, 2010-2016. Cow Biomimetics.
    8. Sigrid Zobl, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Vienna, Austria, from 2009. Dissertation Title "The colors of light in painting yesterday - today - tomorrow from a scientific point of view", Main Supervisor: Univ. Prof. Dr. Manfred Schreiner, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Co-supervisor
    9. Agnieszka Tomala (maiden name Bogus), Vienna University of Technology, Austria, financed by our Marie Curie Research Training Network WEMESURF. Main supervisor: Prof. Ille C. Gebeshuber, Vienna University of Technology, 2007-2009. PhD awarded 2011.
    External PhD Students (Secondment):
    • Vienna University of Technology, Austria. MSc. Aldara Naveira Suarez (chemical engineering, SKF Engineering and Research Center, Nieuwegein, The Netherlands, TU Vienna, Austria), financed by our Marie Curie Research Training Network, 2008. AFM, XPS, tribology

    PhD and Master Theses, External Reviewer and / or Examiner:

    • Sahba Sadir, Faculty of Bioscience and Medical Engineering (FBME), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. Thesis Title: "Interfacial wicking flow through the hierarchical structure of natural cellulose fibers and cotton fabric". External Reviewer & Examiner (PhD 2015). Main supervisor Dr. Dedy H.B. Wicaksono.
    • Johannes Srajer, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria. Thesis Title: "Plasmonic Nanostructures for ultra-sensitive spectroscopy of biomolecules". External Advisor (2012-2014) and Examiner (PhD 2014)
    • Raziah binti Esa, Faculty of Biosciences and Medical Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Johor, Malaysia. Thesis Title: "Investigation of 3D mechanical structure of campaniform sensilim as inspiration for biomedical sensing device". External Reviewer & Examiner (MSc 2013)
    • Pieter Baart, Tribology, Lulea University of Technology, Sweden. PhD Thesis Title: "Grease Lubrication Mechanisms in Bearing Seals". Examiner (PhD 2011)
    • Salmah Karman, Engineering, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Thesis Title: "Development of a High Performance MEMS Micropump for Insulin Treatment". External Reviewer (MSc 2010)
    • Saied Assadollahi, Life Sciences, Vienna University, Austria. PhD Thesis Title: "Novel Nanoparticle Transfer Assay for Point of Care Diagnostics". External Reviewer and Examiner (PhD 2010)
    Research Assistants
    • Tina Rezaie Matin (physics) "Biomimetics of nanostructures - Structural colors" (2009-2011, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia)
    • Siti Zaleha bt Mat Diah (biology) "Biomimetic sensory MEMS in medicine" (2011-2015, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia)
    • Salmah Karman (engineering) "Biomimetic sensory MEMS in medicine" (2011-2015, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia)
    • Zahra Ehtiatkar (microengineering and nanoelectronics) "Optics" (2012, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia)
    • Azam Razman (physics) "A structural approach to multifunctional nanostructures" (2013, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia)
    • Nurul Huda (electrical systems engineering) "A structural approach to multifunctional nanostructures" (2013-2015, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia)
    Master Students
    1. Philippe Takashi Becquet (physics, biomimetics), "Biomimetics of plant waxes and resins as nanostructured functional materials" (MSc Carinthia University of Applied Sciences, ongoing)
    2. Severin Ehret (biology, biomimetics), "Biomimetic potential of sponge spicules" (MSc Carinthia University of Applied Sciences 2012, with distinction)
    3. Tina Rezaie Matin (physics), "Biomimetics of nanostructures concerning structural colors" (MSc Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia 2011)
    4. Alexander Lurf (physics engineering), "Research on stem coatings and sealing materials for control valves to meet fugitive emission requirements" (Dipl.-Ing.Vienna University of Technology, Austria 2009, with distinction), in collaboration with the company CCI - Control Components Inc. and therefore not publicly available for 5 years
    5. Robert Ritter (physics engineering), "Ion induced surface modifications investigated with scanning probe microscopies" (Dipl.-Ing.Vienna University of Technology, Austria 2008, with distinction)
    6. Oliver Hekele (physics engineering), "Atomic force microscopy of Bacillus subtilis"(Dipl.-Ing.Vienna University of Technology, Austria 2007, with distinction)
    7. Clemens Gruenberger (physics engineering), "Atomic force microscopy of the alga Euglena gracilis"(Dipl.-Ing.Vienna University of Technology, Austria 2007, with distinction)
    8. Manfred Schabernig (physics education): "Scanning probe methods for atomically resolved surfaces" (Mag. Vienna University of Technology, Austria 2004)
    9. Stefan Schraml (physics engineering): "Setup and application of a scanning ion conductance microscope" (Dipl.-Ing.Vienna University of Technology, Austria 2003)
    Bachelor Students:
    • Dominik Pichler (TU Vienna, Physics Engineering - with research stay at UKM, Malaysia, in 2011), "On the way towards a MEMS-assisted magnetic sense for humans", Vienna University of Technology, in progress.
    • Oliver Futterknecht (TU Vienna, Physics Engineering - with several research stays at UKM, Malaysia, in 2011 & 2012), "Polarization-Assisted Navigation and Water Vapor Detection Realized with MEMS", Vienna University of Technology, 2012
    • Jennifer Bawitsch (Tissue Engineering), "Biomimetics of functional nanostructures", Technikum Wien University of Applied Sciences, BSc 2010
    • Teresa Stemeseder (Tissue Engineering), "Development of a novel analysis method for biological and technical nanostructures", Technikum Wien University of Applied Sciences, BSc 2010
    Undergraduate Students, doing the project work "Interactions with surfaces" (8 hours per week, for one semester) at TU Vienna, Austria:

    ** If you study physics engineering at the TU Vienna and want to do your project work with me, please contact me directly. **

      2016
    1. Johanna Amlacher (physics engineering), "Tungsten"
    2. Hakan Gocerler (mechanical engineering), "Tungsten"
    3. 2011
    4. Teresa Makarczuk (physics engineering), "MEMS to Assist, Enhance and Expand Human Sensory Perceptions" (2011)
    5. 2009
    6. Mario Adam (physics engineering), "Development and Construction of a Photonic Crystal Lab Experiment" (2009)
    7. Franziska Stadlbauer (physics engineering), "Development and Construction of a Photonic Crystal Lab Experiment" (2009)
    8. 2008
    9. Stefan Fossati (physics engineering), Targeted delivery (2008)
    10. Robin Glattauer (physics engineering), Targeted delivery (2008)
    11. Anna Celarek (physics engineering), "Nanoflakes" (2008)
    12. Lukas Suess (physics engineering), "UHV STM of HOPG bombarded with (highly charged) ions" (2008)
    13. Johannes Srajer (physics engineering), diatom tribology, FE modeling (2008)
    14. Christopher Andrew Vasko (physics engineering), "AFM Investigation of Isomer Specific Lubrication of Tribologically Relevant Surfaces" (2008)
    15. Matthias Schreitl (physics engineering, biology), optical microscopy, micromanipulation, the click-stop mechanism in diatoms (2008)
    16. Matthias Willensdorfer (physics engineering, biology), optical microscopy, micromanipulation, the click-stop mechanism in diatoms (2008)
    17. 2007
    18. Markus Jahn (physics engineering), "Instrumentation and Development of a SICM (Scanning Ion Conductance Microscope)" (2007)
    19. Hansjoerg Jerabek (physics engineering), "Instrumentation and Development of a SICM" (2007)
    20. Hannes Winkler (physics engineering), "Instrumentation and Development of a SICM" (2007)
    21. Christoph Goesselsberger (physics engineering), "AFM measurements on vegetative and sporulated Bacillus subtilis" (2007)
    22. Markus Brandstetter (physics engineering), "AFM measurements on vegetative and sporulated Bacillus subtilis" (2007)
    23. Thomas Aumeyr (physics engineering), "AFM Investigation of Isomer Specific Lubrication of Tribologically Relevant Surfaces" (2007), report confidential
    24. Matthias Ikeda (physics engineering), "AFM Investigation of Isomer Specific Lubrication of Tribologically Relevant Surfaces" (2007), report confidential
    25. Donat Holzer (physics engineering) "AFM Investigation of Isomer Specific Lubrication of Tribologically Relevant Surfaces" (2007), report confidential
    26. 2006
    27. Christoph Goesselsberger (physics engineering), "AFM force mapping on healthy and EPO red blood cells" (2006)
    28. Cezary Pieczetowski (physics engineering), "Atomic Force Microscopy of nanostructured surfaces" (2006)
    29. Robert Ritter (physics engineering), "AFM of Euglena gracilis" (2006)
    30. Oliver Hekele (physics engineering), "AFM force mapping on healthy and EPO red blood cells" (2006)
    31. 2005
    32. Donat Holzer (physics engineering), "Development of an atomic force microscope closed fluid cell for tribological investigations of large samples in chemically aggressive environments" (2005)
    33. Alexander Lurf (physics engineering), "MFM and Nanomanipulation of magnetotactic bacteria" (2005)
    34. Peter Oser (physics engineering), "MFM and Nanomanipulation of magnetotactic bacteria" (2005)
    35. 2004
    36. Stefan Nagele (physics engineering), AFM (2004)
    37. Danijel Dobozanov (physics engineering), AFM (2004)
    38. 2003 and earlier
    39. Stefan Schraml (physics engineering), SICM (2003)
    40. Perttu Niemela (biophysics), SICM, "Development of a scanning ion conductance microscope for technical and biological applications" (2003)
    41. Gerald Richter (physics engineering), SICM, "Development of a scanning ion conductance microscope for technical and biological applications" (2003)
    42. Manfred Schabernig (physics education), UHV AFM / STM instruction manual (in German) (2000)

    Research Pupils, Interns, IAESTE and Summer Students (working on BSc, MSc or PhD):

    1. UKM, May - June 2014: Hitesh Sharma, chemistry student, Indian Institute of Technology Varanasi (IIT-BHU), India.
    2. UKM, November 2013 - February 2014: Jonas Bansemer, student of Micro- and Nanostructures at Saarland University, Germany.
    3. UKM, July 2013 - February 2014: Chew Pui Cheng, student of architecture, Australia.
    4. UKM, summer 2013: Christoph Steiner (Klagenfurt, Austria), Biomimetics (August 2013)
    5. UKM, summer 2013: Mathias Steiner (HTL Klagenfurt, Austria), Biomimetics (August 2013)
    6. UKM, summer 2012: Oliver Futterknecht (physics undergraduate from TU Vienna)
    7. UKM, summer 2012: Alys Crawford (architecure undergraduate from London, UK)
    8. UKM, summer 2012: Nicole Hirhager (architecture undergraduate from TU Vienna)
    9. UKM, summer 2011 Mathias Steiner (HTL Klagenfurt, Austria), Biomimetics (August / September 2011)
    10. UKM, summer 2011: Nicole Hirhager (architecture undergraduate from TU Vienna). Featured in two articles in the Malaysian magazine "For Connoisseurs", Issue # 5, Sept. 2011: ,
    11. UKM, summer 2011: Oliver Futterknecht (physics undergraduate from TU Vienna). Featured in two articles in the Malaysian magazine "For Connoisseurs", Issue # 5, Sept. 2011: ,
    12. UKM, summer 2011: Dominik Pichler (physics undergraduate from TU Vienna)
    13. UKM, summer 2011: Caroline Schweda (physics undergraduate from TU Vienna)
    14. UKM, summer 2011: Christoph Steiner (secondary school Klagenfurt, Austria), Biomimetics (August / September 2011)
    15. UKM, summer 2011: MSc. Mag. (FH) Doris Lepschy (Philosophy, University of Klagenfurt, Austria), Women in Technology (June / July 2011)
    16. UKM, winter 2010: MAS Bettina Neunteufl (Advanced Studies, Vienna University, Austria), Vice Head of the Public Relations Office at the Vienna University of Technology, Intercultaural exchange Malaysia - Austria (winter 2010)
    17. UKM, 2010: Jennifer Bawitsch (Tissue Engineering, FH Technikum Wien, Austria), Biomimetics of functional nanostructures (January 12 - April 8, 2010, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia)
    18. UKM, 2010: Teresa Stemeseder (Tissue Engineering, FH Technikum Wien, Austria), Development of a novel analysis method for biological and technical nanostructures (January 12 - April 8, 2010, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia)
    19. Vienna University of Technology, Austria (TU Vienna), summer 2008: Gregor Gressenbauer (European School of Karlsruhe, Germany), AFM (June 16-29, 2008, TU Vienna, Austria)
    20. TU Vienna, summer 2008: MSc Aldara Naveira Suarez (SKF Nieuwegein, The Netherlands), TU Vienna, Austria, financed by WEMESURF Marie Curie RTN
    21. TU Vienna, summer 2008: Tamina Laimer (Gymnasium Baden, Austria), AFM, cancer cells, nanotribology (three weeks in August 2008, TU Vienna, Austria).
    22. TU Vienna, summer 2007: Martina Aumayr (University of Applied Sciences Krems, Austria), AFM, biotechnology (one month in August and September 2007, TU Vienna, Austria)
    23. TU Vienna, summer 2006: Daniel Alexander Pohoryles (Ecole Lycee, Vienna, Austria), AFM, nanotribology (two weeks in July, August and September 2006, TU Vienna, Austria).
    24. TU Vienna, summer 2006: Cezary Pieczetowski, TU Vienna, Austria, financed by AC2T
    25. TU Vienna, summer 2006: IAESTE (International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience) student Zahra Somani, United Kingdom
    26. TU Vienna, summer 2005: IAESTE student Farzy Tabari, Pakistan
    27. TU Vienna, summer 2005: Donat Holzer, TU Vienna, Austria, financed by AC2T
    28. TU Vienna, summer 2003: IAESTE student Marco de Grazia, Italy

    List of Publications:

    Research Articles and Editorial Writings

    1. Roy M., Mukhopadhyay A. and Gebeshuber I.C. (in preparation) "Guest Editorial: Special Issue on Advances in Materials Engineering", IMechE Part C: J. Mech. Eng. Sci., Special Issue, in preparation. Guest Editors: Manish Roy, Amartya Mukhopadhyay and Ille C. Gebeshuber
    2. Gebeshuber I.C. (in preparation) "Guest Editorial: Special Issue on Biomimetic Nanotechnology", Biomimetics (ISSN 2313-7673). Journal page, Guest Editor: Ille C. Gebeshuber
    3. Gebeshuber I.C. and van Aken G. (in preparation) "Guest Editorial: Special Issue on Friction and Lubricants Related to Human Bodies", Lubricants (ISSN 2075-4442). Special Issue Page, Guest Editors: Ille C. Gebeshuber and George van Aken
    4. Gebeshuber I.C. (2016) "Value based science: What we can learn from micro- and nanotribology", Tribology - Materials, Surfaces and Interfaces 10 (1), pp. 10-18. doi: 10.1080 / 17515831.2015.1122394. link to PDF
    5. Zobl Z., Salvenmoser W., Schwerte T., Gebeshuber I.C. and Schreiner M. (2016) "Morpho peleides butterfly wing imprints as structural color stamp", Bioinspiration & Biomimetics 11 (1) 016006 (17 pp). doi: 10.1088 / 1748-3190 / 11/1/016006. Paper | erratum
    6. Karman S.B., Diah S.Z.M. and Gebeshuber I.C. (2015) "Raw materials synthesis from heavy metal industry effluents with bioremediation and phytomining: A biomimetic resource management approach", Advances in Materials Science and Engineering Volume 2015, Article ID 185071, 21 pages (Open Access), doi: 10.1155 / 2015/185071. link to paper (PDF, HTML, ePUB)
    7. Gebeshuber I.C. (2014)"Journal of Nanomedicine Research", Editorial for Vol. 1 Iss. 1, Journal of Nanomedicine Research 1 (1), 3. doi: 10.15406 / jnmr.2014.01.00003.
    8. Diah S.Z.M., Karman S.B. and Gebeshuber I.C. (2014) "Nanostructural coloring in Malaysian plants: Lessons for biomimetics and biomaterials", Journal of Nanomaterials Volume 2014, Article ID 878409, 15 pages, doi: 10.1155 / 2014/878409. link to paper (PDF, HTML, ePUB)
    9. Gebeshuber I.C. and Macqueen M.O. (2014)"What is a physicist doing in the jungle? Biomimetics of the rainforest", Special Issue "Advances in Bionic Engineering", Applied Mechanics and Materials 461, pp. 152-162, doi: 10.4028 / www.scientific.net / AMM.461.152, ISBN 978-3-03785-932-2.
    10. Gebeshuber I.C. (2014) "Message", in: Control, Instrumentation, Communication and Computational Technologies (ICCICCT), 2014 International Conference on, doi: 10.1109 / ICCICCT.2014.6993208, IEEE Conference Publications, p. ii.
    11. Futterknecht O., Macqueen M.O., Karman S., Diah S.Z.M. and Gebeshuber I.C. (2013) "Biomimetic MEMS sensor array for navigation and water detection", Proc. SPIE 8763 "Smart Sensors, Actuators, and MEMS VI" (Eds. Schmid U., Aldavero J.L.S.d.R. and Leester-Schaedel M.), 87632B (9p), Grenoble, France; doi: 10.1117 / 12.2016953, ISBN 9780819495600.
    12. Gebeshuber I.C. and Macqueen M.O. (2013) "New Asian Case Method for Tribology: A structured approach for increased problem solving competence in tribology education and research", Tribology - Materials, Surfaces and Interfaces 7 (2), 69-73. doi: 10.1179 / 1751584X13Y.0000000027. , Editorial
    13. Drack M. and Gebeshuber I.C. (2013) "Comment on" Innovation through imitation: biomimetic, bioinspired and biokleptic research "by A. E. Rawlings, J. P. Bramble and S. S. Staniland, Soft Matter, 2012, 8, 6675", Soft Matter 9, 2338-2340. doi: 10.1039 / c2sm26722e. ** Ranked amongst the top 10 most accessed articles of the journal in January 2013. **
    14. Karman S.B., Diah S.Z.M. and Gebeshuber I.C. (2012) "Bio-inspired polarized skylight-based navigation sensors: A review", Sensors 12 (11), 14232-14261. doi: 10.3390 / s121114232. , link
    15. Ismardi A., Dee C.F., Hamzah A.A., Bais B., Salleh M.M., Majlis B.Y. and Gebeshuber I.C. (2012) "Co-Synthesis and characterization of In2O3 and ZnO nanowires (Sintesis Bersama dan Pencirian bagi Nanowayar In2O3 dan ZnO)", Sains Malaysiana 41 (4), 459-463.
    16. Gebeshuber I.C. and Roy M. (2012) "Guest Editorial: Special Issue on Advanced Materials Engineering: Selected Papers from the Indo-Austrian Symposium 2010", Proc. IMechE Part C: J. Mech. Eng. Sci. 226 (C2): 299-302. Special Issue "Advanced Materials Engineering: Selected Papers from the Indo-Austrian Symposium 2010", Guest Editors: Ille C. Gebeshuber and Manish Roy, doi: 10.1177 / 0954406211435297 (invited article)
    17. Gebeshuber I.C. (2012) "Green nanotribology", Proc. IMechE Part C: J. Mech. Eng. Sci. 226 (C2): 374-386. Special Issue "Advanced Materials Engineering: Selected Papers from the Indo-Austrian Symposium 2010", Guest Editors: Ille C. Gebeshuber and Manish Roy, doi: 10.1177 / 0954406211428020 (invited article)
    18. Ismardi A., Dee C.F., Gebeshuber I.C. and Majlis B.Y. (2012) "Growth and characterization of Indium doped ZnO nanowires using vapor transport deposition method", Advanced Materials Research 364, 202-205. doi: 10.4028 / www.scientific.net / AMR.364.202
    19. Makarczuk T., Matin T.R., Karman S.B., Diah S.Z.M., Davaji B., Macqueen M.O., Mueller J., Schmid U. and Gebeshuber I.C. (2011) "Biomimetic MEMS to assist, enhance and expand human sensory perceptions: a survey on state-of-the art developments", Proc. SPIE 8066 "Smart Sensors, Actuators, and MEMS V" (Eds. Schmid U., Aldavero J.L.S.d.R. and Leester-Schaedel M.), 806610 (15p), Prague, Czech Republic; doi: 10.1117 / 12.886554, ISBN 9780819486554.
    20. Gebeshuber I.C. and Gordon R. (2011) "Bioinspiration for tribological systems on the micro- and nanoscale: Dynamic, mechanic, surface and structure related functions", Special issue on Bioinspired Micro and Nanosystems, Micro and Nanosystems 3 (4), 271-276. ISSN 1876-4029, doi: 10.2174 / 1876402911103040271 (invited article). Click here for Editorial. . ** Ranked amongst the top 10 of the most accessed and the most cited articles of the journal in 2014. **
    21. Gordon R., Levin S.M. and Gebeshuber I.C. (2011) "Triggered, nanostructured biodegradables (TNBs) for surgical implants", Special issue on Bioinspired Micro and Nanosystems, Micro and Nanosystems 3 (4), 284-289. ISSN 1876-4029, doi: 10.2174 / 1876402911103040284 (invited article). Click here for Editorial.
    22. Yunas J., Johari J., Bahadorimehr A.R., Gebeshuber I.C. and Majlis B.Y. (2011) "Investigation of simple process technology for the fabrication of valveless micropumps", Advanced Materials Research 254 (8), 211-214. ISSN 1022-6680.
    23. Macqueen M.O., Mueller J., Dee C.F. and Gebeshuber I.C. (2011) "GEMS: A MEMS-based way for the innervation of materials", Advanced Materials Research 254 (8), 34-37. ISSN 1022-6680, doi: 10.4028 / www.scientific.net / AMR.254.34.
    24. Karman S.B., Macqueen M.O., Matin T.R., Diah S.M., Mueller J., Yunas J., Davaji B., Makarczuk T. and Gebeshuber I.C. (2011) "On the way to the bionic man: A novel approach to MEMS based on biological sensory systems", Advanced Materials Research 254 (8), 38-41. ISSN 1022-6680, doi: 10.4028 / www.scientific.net / AMR.254.38.
    25. Gebeshuber I.C. and Majlis B.Y. (2011) "3D corporate tourism: A concept for innovation in nanomaterials engineering", Int. J. Mat. Eng. Innov. 2 (1), 38-48. Online ISSN 1757-2762, print ISSN 1757-2754.
    26. Naveira-Suarez A., Tomala A., Pasaribu R., Larsson R. and Gebeshuber I.C. (2010) "Evolution of ZDDP-derived reaction layer morphology with rubbing time", Scanning 32 (5), 294-303, doi: 10.1002 / sca.20207 (invited article). Click here to see one of our images on the cover page of the issue. Online ISSN 1932-8745, ISSN 0161-0457
    27. Doerr N., Gebeshuber I.C., Holzer D., Wanzenboeck H.D., Ecker A., ​​Pauschitz A. and Franek F. (2010) "Evaluation of ionic liquids as lubricants", J. Microeng. Nanoel. 1 (1), 29-34. ISSN 2229-3183 (invited article)
    28. Yunas J., Johari J., Gebeshuber I.C. and Majlis B.Y. (2010) "Design and fabrication of MEMS micropumps using double sided etch technique", IMAPS Journal of Microelectronics and Electronic Packaging 7 (1), 44-47. ISSN 1551-4897
    29. Gebeshuber I.C. and Majlis B.Y. (2010) "New ways of scientific publishing and accessing human knowledge inspired by transdisciplinary approaches", Tribology - Materials, Surfaces and Interfaces 4 (3), 143-151. Print ISSN 1751-5831, Online ISSN 1751-584X, doi: 10.1179 / 175158310X12626998129716, arXiv: 1001.1199.
    30. Zika T., Buschbeck F., Preisinger G., Gebeshuber I.C. and Groeschl M. (2010) "Surface damage of rolling bearings caused by discrete current flow", Z. Tribology and Lubrication Technology T&S 57 (3), 11-14. ISBN 978-3-8169-9999-7, ISSN 0724-3472 (invited article)
    31. Tiffany M.A., Gordon R. and Gebeshuber I.C. (2010) "Hyalodiscopsis plana, a sublittoral centric marine diatom, and its potential for nanotechnology as a natural zipper-like nanoclasp", Polish Botanical Journal 55 (1), 27-41 . Click here to see one of our images on the cover page of the issue.
    32. Tomala A., Gebeshuber I.C., Pauschitz A. and Roy M. (2010) "A comparative AFM study of carbon alloyed Mo-Se-C and W-S-C films for tribological applications", Int. J. Mat. Res. (Formerly: Zeitschrift fuer Metallkunde) 2010/07, 845-851. ISSN 1862-5282, doi: 10.3139 / 146.110358
    33. Gebeshuber I.C., Majlis B.Y. and Stachelberger H. (2009) "Tribology in Biology: Biomimetic studies across dimensions and across fields", Int. J. Mech. Mat. Eng. 4 (3), 321-327. ISSN 1823-0334
    34. Tomala A., Naveira-Suarez A., Gebeshuber I.C. and Pasaribu R. (2009) "Effect of base oil polarity on micro and nanofriction behavior of base oil + ZDDP solutions", Tribology - Materials, Surfaces and Interfaces 3 (4), 182-188. doi: 10.1179 / 175158310X481709
    35. Gebeshuber I.C., Gruber P. and Drack M. (2009) "A gaze into the crystal ball - biomimetics in the year 2059", Proc. IMechE Part C: J. Mech. Eng. Sci. 223 (C12), 50st Anniversary Issue, 2899-2918, doi: 10.1243 / 09544062JMES1563 (invited article).
    36. Tomala A., Doerr N. and Gebeshuber I.C. (2009) "Ultra-thin layers of ethanolamine - energy-efficient, low-maintenance lubricants", Z. Tribology and Lubrication Technology T&S 56 (5), 29-32. ISBN 978-3-8169-9999-7, ISSN 0724-3472 (invited article)
    37. Tomala A., Doerr N. and Gebeshuber I.C. "Ultratenke vrstvy z etanolaminu - energeticky efektivne mazacie latky bez potreby udrzby", Tribotechnika 4/2009, 40-43. ISSN 1338-0S24 (invited article)
    38. Srajer J., Majlis B.Y. and Gebeshuber I.C. (2009) "Microfluidic simulation of a colonial diatom chain reveals oscillatory movement", Acta Bot. Croat. 68 (2), 431-441.
    39. Tomala A., Werner W.S.M., Gebeshuber I.C., Doerr N. and Stoeri H. (2009) "Tribochemistry of monomolecular lubricant films of ethanolamine oligomers", Tribology International 42 (10), 1513-1518. doi: 10.1016 / j.triboint.2009.06.004
    40. Zika T., Gebeshuber I.C., Buschbeck F., Preisinger G. and Groeschl M. (2009) "Surface analysis on rolling bearings after exposure to defined electric stress", Proc. IMechE, Part J: J. Engineering Tribology, 2009, 223 (J5), 787-797. doi: 10.1243 / 13506501JET538
    41. Gebeshuber I.C., Holzer D., Goschke R., Aumayr F. and Stoeri H. (2009) "Development of an atomic force microscope closed fluid cell for tribological investigations of large samples in chemically aggressive environments", Proc. IMechE, Part J: J. Engineering Tribology, 2009, 223 (J5), 759-765. doi: 10.1243 / 13506501JET539
    42. Gebeshuber I.C., Stachelberger H., Ganji B.A., Dee C.F., Yunas J. and Majlis B.Y. (2009) "Exploring the innovational potential of biomimetics for novel 3D MEMS", Adv. Mat. Res. 74, 265-268, doi: 10.4028 / www.scientific.net / AMR.74.265.
    43. Gebeshuber I.C. (2009) "Engineering at the interface revisited", Proc. IMechE Part C: J. Mech. Eng. Sci. 223 (C1), 50st Anniversary Issue, 65-101, doi: 10.1243 / 09544062JMES1138 (invited article).
    44. Gebeshuber I.C., Drack M. and Scherge M. (2008) "Tribology in Biology", Tribology - Materials, Surfaces and Interfaces 2 (4), 200-212, doi: 10.1179 / 175158308X383206
    45. Bogus A., Gebeshuber I.C., Pauschitz A., Roy M. and Haubner R. (2008) "Micro- and nanomechanical properties of diamond film with various surface morphologies", Diamond and Related Materials 17 (12), 1998-2004, doi: 10.1016 / j.diamond.2008.06.010. , (Article @ Science Direct)
    46. Hekele O., Goesselsberger C.G. and Gebeshuber I.C. (2008) "Nanodiagnostics performed on human red blood cells with atomic force microscopy", Mat. Sci. Technol. 24 (9), 1162-1165 (4), doi: 10.1179 / 174328408X341834.
    47. Gebeshuber I.C. and Drack M. (2008) "An attempt to reveal synergies between biology and mechanical engineering", Proc. IMechE Part C: J. Mech. Eng. Sci. 222 (7), 1281-1287, doi: 10.1243 / 09544062JMES890 (invited article).
    48. El-Said AS, Heller R., Meissl W., Ritter R., Facsko S., Lemell C., Solleder B., Gebeshuber IC, Betz G., Toulemonde M., Moeller W., Burgdoerfer J. and Aumayr F . (2008) "Nano-hillocks on CaF2 surfaces created by the potential energy of highly charged slow projectile ions ", Phys. Rev. Lett. 100 (23), 237601 (4 pages), doi: 10.1103 / PhysRevLett.100.237601
    49. Lemell C., El-Said A.S., Meissl W., Gebeshuber I.C., Trautmann C., Toulemonde M, Burgdoerfer J. and Aumayr F. (2007) "On the nano-hillock formation induced by slow highly charged ions on insulator surfaces", Solid-State Electronics 51, 1398-1404, doi: 10.1016 / j.sse.2007.06.016
    50. Gebeshuber I.C. (2007) "Biotribology inspires new technologies", invited article, Nano Today 2 (5), 30-37, doi: 10.1016 / S1748-0132 (07) 70141-X
    51. El-Said A.S., Meissl W., Simon M.C., Crespo Lopez-Urrutia J.R., Gebeshuber I.C., Laimer J., Winter HP., Ullrich J. and Aumayr F. (2007) "Creation of surface nanostructures by irradiation with slow highly charged ions", Radiation Effects and Defects in Solids 162, 467-472, doi: 10.1080 / 10420150701470803
    52. El-Said AS, Meissl W., Simon MC, Crespo Lopez-Urrutia JR, Lemell C., Burgdoerfer J., Gebeshuber IC, Winter HP., Ullrich J., Trautmann C., Toulemonde M., Aumayr F. (2007 ) "Potential energy threshold for nano-hillock formation by impact of slow highly charged ions on a CaF2(111) surface ", arXiv: cond-mat / 0609246, Nucl. Instr. Meth. Phys. Res. B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms 258, 167-171, doi: 10.1016 / j.nimb.2006.12.142
    53. Gruenberger C., Ritter R., Aumayr F., Stachelberger H. and Gebeshuber I.C. (2007) "Algal biophysics: Euglena gracilis investigated by atomic force microscopy ", Mat. Sci. Forum 555, 411-416, doi: 10.4028 / www.scientific.net / MSF.555.411.
    54. El-Said A.S., Meissl W., Simon M.C., Crespo Lopez-Urrutia J.R., Gebeshuber I.C., Lang M., Winter HP., Ullrich J. and Aumayr F. (2007) "Surface nanostructures induced by slow highly charged ions on CaF2 single crystals ", Nucl. Instr. Meth. Phys. Res. B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms 256, 346-349, doi: 10.1016 / j.nimb.2006.12.140
    55. Fusatz M., Meissl W., Pleschko S., Gebeshuber I.C., Stolterfoht N., Winter HP. and Aumayr F. (2007) "Charging and discharging of nano-capillaries during ion-guiding of multiply charged projectiles", Journal of Physics: Conference Series 58, 319-322, doi: 10.1088 / 1742-6596 / 58/1/071
    56. Crawford R.M. and Gebeshuber I.C. (2006) "Harmony of beauty and expediency", Science First Hand - A good journal for inquisitive people (published by the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences) 5 (10), 30-36, ISSN 1810-3960 . Click here to see an image from our article on the cover page of this issue.
    57. Crawford R.M. and Gebeshuber I.C. (2006) "Harmony of beauty and expediency" (in Russian), Science First Hand - A good journal for inquisitive people (published by the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences) 4 (10), 48-54, ISSN 1810-3960 . Click here to see an image from our article on the Russian cover page of this issue.
    58. Crawford R.M., Gebeshuber I.C., Thamatrakoln K. and Hildebrand M. (2006) "Mini Nano-engineers", Science First Hand - A good journal for inquisitive people (published by the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences) 5 (10), ISSN 1810-3960. Summary: . Click here to see an image from our article on the cover page of this issue.
    59. Crawford R.M., Gebeshuber I.C., Thamatrakoln K. and Hildebrand M. (2006) "Mini Nano-engineers" (in Russian), Science First Hand - A good journal for inquisitive people (published by the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences) 4 (10), ISSN 1810-3960. Summary (in Russian): . Click here to see an image from our article on the Russian cover page of this issue.
    60. Gebeshuber I.C. and Crawford R.M. (2006) "Micromechanics in biogenic hydrated silica: hinges and interlocking devices in diatoms", Proc. IMechE Part J: J. Eng. Tribol. 220 (J8), 787-796, doi: 10.1243 / 13506501JET163.
    61. Gebeshuber I.C. (2006) Discussion on D. Dowson and A. Neville, Bio-tribology and the operating environment, Leeds-Lyon Symposium 2005, Proc. IMechE Part J: J. Eng. Tribol. 220 (J3), 333
    62. Gebeshuber I.C., Stachelberger H. and Drack M. (2005) "Diatom biotribology", in: Life Cycle Tribology, Eds .: D. Dowson, M. Priest, G. Dalmaz and A.A. Lubrecht, Tribology and Interface Engineering Series, No. 48, Series Editor B.J. Briscoe, Elsevier, 365-370
    63. Kolm R., Gebeshuber I.C., Kenesey E., Ecker A., ​​Pauschitz A., Werner W.S.M., and Stoeri H. (2005) "Tribochemistry of mono molecular additive films on metal surfaces, investigated by XPS and HFRR", in: Life Cycle Tribology, Eds .: D. Dowson, M. Priest, G. Dalmaz and A.A. Lubrecht, Tribology and Interface Engineering Series, No. 48, Series Editor B.J. Briscoe, Elsevier, 269-282
    64. Gebeshuber I.C., Stachelberger H. and Drack M. (2005) "Diatom bionanotribology - Biological surfaces in relative motion: their design, friction, adhesion, lubrication and wear", J. Nanosci. Nanotechnol. 5 (1), 79-87 (). Click here to see our data (3rd image 1st row) on the cover page of this special issue on Diatom Nanotechnology.
    65. Gebeshuber I.C., Kindt J.H., Thompson J.B., Del Amo Y., Stachelberger H., Brzezinski M., Stucky G.D., Morse D.E. and Hansma P.K. (2003) "Atomic force microscopy study of living diatoms in ambient conditions", J. Microsc. 212 (Pt3), 292-299. doi: 10.1111 / j.1365-2818.2003.01275.x Paper | Corrigendum | Cover (with our data!)
    66. Gebeshuber I.C., Cernusca S., Aumayr F. and Winter HP. (2003) "Nanoscopic surface modification by slow ion bombardment", Int. J. Mass Spectrom. 229, 27-34
    67. Gebeshuber I.C., Cernusca S., Aumayr F. and Winter HP. (2003) "AFM search for slow MCI-produced nanodefects on atomically clean monocrystalline insulator surfaces", Nucl. Instr. Meth. Phys. Res. B 205,751-757
    68. Gebeshuber I.C., Thompson J.B., Del Amo Y., Stachelberger H. and Kindt J.H. (2002) "In vivo nanoscale atomic force microscopy investigation of diatom adhesion properties", Mat. Sci. Technol. 18 (7), 763-766
    69. Viani M.B., Pietrasanta L.I., Thompson J.B., Chand A., Gebeshuber I.C., Kindt J.H., Richter M., Hansma H.G. and Hansma P.K. (2000) "Probing protein-protein interactions in real time", Nature Structural Biology 7 (8), 644-647. doi: 10.1038 / 77936 (praising papers: in New Scientist (Article-JPG) and in Chem. Eng. News (Article-JPG))
    70. Petracchi D., Gebeshuber I.C., DeFelice L.J. and Holden A.V. (2000) "Stochastic resonance in biological systems", Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 11, 1819-1822
    71. Gebeshuber I.C. (2000) "The influence of stochastic behavior on the human threshold of hearing", Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 11, 1855-1868
    72. Svrcek-Seiler W.A., Gebeshuber I.C., Rattay F., Biro T. and Markum H. (1998) "Micromechanical models for the Brownian motion of hair cell stereocilia", J. Theor.Biol. 193 (4): 623-630
    73. Rattay F., Gebeshuber I.C., grid A.H. (1998) "The mammalian auditory hair cell: a simple electric circuit model", J. Acoust. Soc. At the. 103 (3), 1558-1565, doi: 10.1121 / 1.421291

    Monographs

    1. Gebeshuber I.C. (2016) "Where machines grow: How solutions from the jungle will change our lives", Ecowin Verlag, by Benevento Publishing - A brand of Red Bull Media House GmbH, Wals near Salzburg, Austria. 236 pages, ISBN 978-3-7110-0090-3. Order here, price 24 EUR. Cover, prospectus
    2. Gebeshuber I.C. (2011) "Biomimetics and Nanotechnology", UKM Press, Penerbit Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, 60 pages, ISBN 978-967-412-004-7. Buy the book from Mary Martin Booksellers in Singapore.
    3. Gebeshuber I.C. (2010) "Nanoscience on Surfaces", 156 pages, Holzhausen Publishing, Austria. ISBN 978-3-85493-178-2. info, buy the book from Holzhausen or from amazon.de, about the author, wash slip.
      ** This book is part of the basic supply list of the Austrian Ministry of European and International Affairs regarding Science, Engineering and Biology for Austria's Libraries in foreign countries. Biology, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015). **

    Edited Scientific Works

    1. Roy M., Mukhopadhyay A. and Gebeshuber I.C. (in preparation) "Guest Editorial: Special Issue on Advances in Materials Engineering", IMechE Part C: J. Mech. Eng. Sci., Special Issue, in preparation. Guest Editors: Manish Roy, Amartya Mukhopadhyay and Ille C. Gebeshuber
    2. Gebeshuber I.C. and van Aken G. (Eds., 2015/2016, in progress) Special Issue on "Friction and Lubricants Related to Human Bodies", Lubricants (ISSN 2075-4442). Special Issue Page, in progress.
    3. Ghazali MJB, Abdollah MFB, Hassan MB, Salmiah Binti Kasolang SB, A. Ghani JB, Gebeshuber IC, Fukuda K., Ria Jaafar TB, Samion S., Bin Wan Ibrahim MKB, Ahmad MAB, Binti Mohd Zulkifli NWB, Md. Nasir RB, Masripan NAB, Mohamad NB, Hasan RB, Ismail RB, Tuan TB, Amiruddin HB, Taib MTB, Zakaria MZB and Mat Kamal S.E.B. (Eds., 2015) "Proceedings of Malaysian International Tribology Conference 2015", pp. 1-331, Malaysian Tribology Society (MYTRIBOS), ISBN 978-967-13625-0-1 (online). Proceedings (Open Access)
    4. Hassan MB, Kasolang SB, Hyie KM, Abdollah MFB, A. Ghani JB, Gebeshuber IC, Fukuda K., Berhan MN, Ria Jaafar TB, Maleque MA, Saad NHB, Ghazali MJB, Hsie WLY, Jumahat AB, Abu Bakar MAB, Abdullah NRB, Wan Ibrahim MKB, Siambun NJ, Mohd Shah MKB, Samion SB, Ismail MHB, Nik Roseley NRB, Makhtar AKB, Amiruddin HB and Saleman A.R.B. (Eds., 2013) "International Tribology Conference Malaysia 2013", Procedia Engineering 68, pp. 1-750. Elsevier, Amsterdam, ISSN 1877-7058. Special Issue (Open Access)
    5. Goliaei B., Anderson P., Gebeshuber I.C., Rahman S.A. and Bukhari M.H.S. (Eds., 2012) "First Pakistan International Biophysics Symposium", Abstract Book, Department of Biomedical Engineering, NED University of Engineering & Technology, Karachi, Pakistan, June 2-3, 2012.
    6. Gebeshuber I.C. and Vanura K. (Eds., 2012) "6th WINET Symposium * Building Blocks of Life *: Liquid, liquids, in the river,...", Abstract Book, Medical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria, March 29 - April 1, 2012.
    7. Gebeshuber I.C. and Roy M. (Guest Eds., 2012) "Advanced Materials Engineering: Selected Papers from the Indo-Austrian Symposium 2010", Special Issue of IMechE Part C: J. Mech. Eng. Sci., 226 (C2), 2012, SAGE Publishing, 103 pp. Cover, Table of Contents, Guest Editorial
    8. Gruber P., Bruckner D., Hellmich C., Schmiedmayer H.-B., Stachelberger H. and Gebeshuber I.C. (Eds., 2011) Biomimetics - Materials, Structures and Processes. Examples, Ideas and Case Studies, Series: Biological and Medical Physics, Biomedical Engineering, Springer Heidelberg Dordrecht London New York, Series Editor Claus Ascheron, 266 p., 123 illus. (53 in color), Hardcover, ISBN 978-3-642-11933-0, eISBN 978-3-642-11934-7. link to Springer, link to amazon.com, link to amazon.de.
      ** In December 2011, this book was in two amazon.com bestseller lists amongst the Top 100 worldwide: Biotechnology (# 74) & Biophysics (# 45). **
    9. Gebeshuber I.C., Holden A.V. and Petracchi D. (Guest Eds., 2000) "Stochastic resonance in biological systems", Special issue of Chaos, Solitons & Fractals, 11 (12), 09/2000, Pergamon Press, Oxford, 129 pp.
    10. Gebeshuber I.C., Holden A.V. and Petracchi D. (Eds., 1998) "Stochastic resonance in biological systems", Abstract Book, First International Conference on Stochastic Resonance in Biological systems, Arcidosso, Italy, May 5-9, 1998.

    Book Chapters

      In preparation / submitted / in press:
    1. Ghobara, M., B. Schoefs, V. Vinayak, I.C. Gebeshuber, D.R. Smith, M.A. Tiffany & R. Gordon (2017, in preparation) "On light and diatoms: A photonics and photobiology review"