Biomaterial Microsystems (BIOMIC)

In the Biomaterial Microsystems (BIOMIC) group we develop new strategies for fabrication of (bio)polymer and carbon microstructures and microsystems for life science applications such as drug delivery, electrochemical cell monitoring, tissue engineering or micromechanical sensing.


SU-8 photolithography

Hot embossing/punching

Spray coating



Microelectrode chips

Smart cell scaffolds

Drug delivery devices

Micromechanical sensors


Oral drug delivery

Cell replacement therapy

Research group


Student projects

PhD projects

Long Quang Nguyen

Group activities

Facts and figures


In the media




Stephan Sylvest Keller
Associate Professor
DTU Nanolab
+45 45 25 58 46

News flash

02/12/2016: BIOMIC teamdays


We spent two days in a summerhouse close to Nykøbing Sjælland to discuss vision, strategy and to have fun together


17/06/2016: DropSens award finalist 2016


Suhith was among the three finalist for the DropSens award 2016 and gave an invited talk at the ESEAC conference in Bath, UK, 12-16 June 2016.


29/05/2016: ECS 2016


A large delegation participates at the Annual meeting of the electrochemical society in San Diego, May 29-June 2. Claudia, Yasmin and Suhith have oral presentations about our work on electrochemical sensing with pyrolytic carbon.