Prof Dr. Fred Lisdat | Agricultural and Biological Sciences | Outstanding Scientist Award

Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau | Germany

Author Profile


Early Academic Pursuits

Dr. Fred Lisdat embarked on his academic journey in Chemistry at Humboldt University Berlin, culminating in a Ph.D. in 1992 and a Habilitation in 2004, both marked by outstanding achievements in sensor technology and biochemistry.

Professional Endeavors

With a tenure spanning decades, Dr. Lisdat has served as Chair of Biosystems Technology, Director of the Institute of Life Sciences and Biomedical Technologies, and Study Course Director of Biosystems Technology/Bioinformatics at TUASW, contributing significantly to academia.

Contributions and Research Focus

Dr. Lisdat's pioneering research spans biosensors, enzymatic recycling schemes, metabolite sensors, and label-free detection of DNA and proteins. His work on electron transfer through protein multilayers and biofuel cells has reshaped the landscape of bioelectrochemistry.

Accolades and Recognition

A recipient of numerous awards including the Karl Marx Fellowship and the Prize of Humboldt University, Dr. Lisdat's contributions have been lauded globally. His leadership roles in scientific organizations and advisory boards underscore his influence in the field.

Impact and Influence

Dr. Lisdat's 181 peer-reviewed publications, 4 patents, and 15 book chapters reflect his profound impact on academia and industry. His multidisciplinary approach and collaborative endeavors have propelled advancements in bioelectronics and chemical sensing.

Legacy and Future Contributions

As President of the Bioelectrochemical Society and head of the "Fachgruppe Chemo- und Biosensorik," Dr. Lisdat continues to shape the future of biosensing technologies. His commitment to innovation and mentorship ensures a lasting legacy in the scientific community.

Notable Publications

Photoelectrochemistry of a photosystem I – Ferredoxin construct on ITO electrodes 2023

Bio-inorganic hybrid structures for direct electron transfer to photosystem I in photobioelectrodes 2022 (9)

A Tandem Solar Biofuel Cell: Harnessing Energy from Light and Biofuels 2020 (9)

A Z-Scheme-Inspired Photobioelectrochemical H2O/O2 Cell with a 1 V Open-Circuit Voltage Combining Photosystem II and PbS Quantum Dots 2018 (38)

Nanobiomolecular Multiprotein Clusters on Electrodes for the Formation of a Switchable Cascadic Reaction Scheme 2014 (26)

Fred Lisdat | Agricultural and Biological Sciences | Outstanding Scientist Award

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