Professor, Department of Chemistry
University of Zurich, SwitzerlandStefan Seeger studied chemistry at University of Heidelberg and Technical
University in Berlin. After a research visit at University of Lund/Sweden
he was appointed as Associate professor at University of Regensburg/Germany
and since 1999 he holds a chair in Physical Chemistry at University of
Zurich/Switzerland. Stefan Seeger?s research interests are Nanomaterials,
protein-surface interactions and spectroscopic methods for their analysis.
Stefan invented Silicone nanofilament technology and the Supercritical
Angle Fluoresene Microscopy. Further, he holds a MBA degree, has founded
technology companies, and acts as the founder and director of the
university?s Business Chemistry program.