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    Robert Blick received his PhD from the Max-Plank Institute for Solid State Physics in Germany in 1996. His PhD thesis title was Artificial Atoms and molecules: \"Single Electron Transistors \". He graduated with distinction. Dr. Blick joined the California Institute of Technology as a research fellow in 1996, where he worked on Nanomechanical resonators. In 1997, he became Assistant Professor at Ludwig-Maximilians University. In January 2003, he joined the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of the University of Wisconsin-Madison as an Associate Professor. In 2002, Dr. Blick co-founded Nanion Technologies, a company building tools for screening single ion channels. In this research, he is concentrating on three areas: Nanoelectronics, Nanomechanics and Ion Channels.


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