Katja studied physics at the University of Leipzig, Germany, and the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. After her doctoral work at the University of Texas at Austin, she completed a postdoc at FOM Institute AMOLF, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. She has been leading a lab at the Rowland Institute at Harvard since summer 2016.
Current lab members
Marianne joined the lab in December 2016 after defending her PhD thesis in physics at Ecole Polytechnique in France.
Ivana has been supporting the lab since 2017.
Jong Woo Nam
Jong, an REU student from Olin College of Engineering, is undertaking a computational project on high throughput 3D bacterial tracking this summer.
Harvard undergrad Lauren Elson conducted experiments on the motility of bacterial colonies in spring 2017.