1) What is your role at Plasmion?
I started my work at Plasmion 2019 as a Ph.D. student. In that role, I took care of the laboratory, method development, and investigation of the SICRIT capabilities. Currently, I mainly focus on data evaluation and scientific programming to generate meaningful insights from the rich data generated with SICRIT.
2) What skills are particularly valuable for your work at Plasmion?
During my master’s studies at TUM, I focused on analytical and organic chemistry. I developed instruments and the corresponding data analytics. This and some programming I learned for fun is the basis of my current work.
3) What do you value most about working at Plasmion?
I like that every day is different. The flexibility of the SICRIT ionization source allows us to work on exciting projects in a variety of different fields from security over aroma classification to pharmaceutical quality control. Together with the diverse team here at Plasmion, this guaranties new impressions every day.