Collaborators

We have a broad range of national and international collaborators.

Danish collaborators

  1. Ann Zahle-Andersen. BMB, University of Southern Denmark
  2. Beate Klösgen. Memphys, University of Southern Denmark
  3. Bent Nørgaard. Center for Kunst og Videnskab, University of Southern Denmark
  4. Birger Lindberg Møller. Synthetic Biology. University of Copenhagen.
  5. Daniel Merkle. Computational Chemistry. IMADA, University of Southern Denmark.
  6. Gunna Christiansen. Synthetic Biology. Det Etiske Råd.
  7. Horst-Günther Rubahn. NanoSyd, University of Southern Denmark
  8. Jacob Møller-Jensen. BMB, University of Southern Denmark.
  9. Jan Mollenhauer. Imm. University of Southern Denmark.
  10. Jan Skov Pedersen. Department of Chemistry, University of Aarhus, Denmark.
  11. Jean-Paul Peronard. University of Southern Denmark.
  12. Jesper Wengel. NAC, University of Southern Denmark.
  13. Jinsoo Li. AquaZ, Sønderborg.
  14. John Ibsen. Memphys, University of Southern Denmark.
  15. Jorge Bernardino de la Serna. Memphys, University of Southern Denmark
  16. Jutta Rüdiger. IB Diploma Programme Coordinator at Nørre Gymnasium, Denmark
  17. Kasper Støy. The Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Institute for Production Technology. University of Southern Denmark.
  18. Kim Sneppen. Complexity, Niels Bohr Institute, KU.
  19. Luis Bagatolli. Memphys, University of Southern Denmark.
  20. Maya Horst. SSR Management, Copenhagen Business School (CBS).
  21. Martin Overgaard. Prebiotic Chemistry, SUND, University of Southern Denmark.
  22. Michael Goodsite. Sustainability, Risø, University of Århus (AU).
  23. Mimo Antabi. Center for Kunst og Videnskab, University of Southern Denmark.
  24. Mogens Hoeg Jensen. Complexity, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen (KU).
  25. Morten Andreasen. Synthetic Biology. Det Etiske Råd.
  26. Ole Mouritzen. Memphys, University of Southern Denmark.
  27. Paolo Sibani. Department of Physics and Chemistry, University of Southern Denmark.
  28. Pelle Guldborg Hansen. Social Scientific Resonsibility, Filosofi, RUC.
  29. Per Lyngs Hansen. Memphys, University of Southern Denmark.
  30. Peter Eggenberger Hotz. The engineering and development of micro- and nano-scale soft robotics. University of Southern Denmark.
  31. Peter Nielsen. Protocells and PNA based translation system. University of Copenhagen.
  32. Peter Rathje. Energy and regional sustainability. ProjectZero, Sønderborg.
  33. Poul Nielsen. Department of Physics and Chemistry, University of Southern Denmark.
  34. Stefan Vogel. NAC, University of Southern Denmark.
  35. Sune Holm. Synthetic Biology. Department of Philosophy, University of Copenhagen.
  36. Thomas Breck. Synthetic Biology. Center for Risikokommunikation.
  37. Vincent Hendrix. Social Scientific Responsibility, Philosophy, University of Copenhagen.

International collaborators

  1. Alfonso Rodríguez-Patón. COBRA. Artificial Intelligence Research Group. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
  2. Anders Eriksson. Transversal DPD. Chalmers University, Gothenborg, Sweden.
  3. Andreas Herrmann. ECCell. University of Groningen. Netherlands.
  4. Andreas Terfort. Goethe Universitat, Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
  5. Andrew Philipps. MATCHIT. Microsoft Research, Cambridge, UK.
  6. Anu Chaudhar. Protocells. Bioscience Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico, USA.
  7. Bas Straatmann, Canada.
  8. Benny Gil. ECCell/MATCHIT. The Department of Biological Chemistry, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel.
  9. Bernat Corominas Murtra. Protocell thermodynamics. Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain.
  10. Bruce Damer. CEO at Digital Space, Santa Cruz, USA.
  11. Carlos Rodriguez Caso. Evolution of metabolisms. Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain.
  12. Christian Kerrigan. Protocells and art, artist in residence at the Victorian & Albert Museum, London, England
  13. David Deamer. Protocells and membrane supported RNA polymerization. University of California, Santa Cruz, USA.
  14. Davide De Lucretizia. ECCELL/COBRA. European Center for Living Technology, Venice, Italy.
  15. David Krakauer. Protocells. Santa Fe Institute, USA.
  16. Diana Mangalagiu. Energy and regional sustainability. Raims Management School, France.
  17. Doron Lancet. The Ralph D. and Lois R. Silver Professor of Human Genomics. Exploration of information and evolution of self-assembled lipid structures. Department of Molecular Genetics, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel.
  18. Doyne Farmer. Complexity, Santa Fe Institute, USA.
  19. Fernando de la Cruz. COBRA. Intergenomics Group.University of Cantabria, Spain.
  20. Friedrich C. Simmel. COBRA. Physics of Biomolecular Systems and Bionanotechnology. The Technical University Munich, Germany.
  21. Gabriel Piedrafita. Complutense University, Spain.
  22. Gary S. Grest. Polymer physics. Sandia National Lab, USA.
  23. George Cody. High pressure and clathrate supported RNA polymerization. Carnegie Institution of Washington, USA.
  24. Giuseppe Testa. ISSP Living Technology Working Group. European Institute of Oncology and European School of Molecular Medicine, Italy.
  25. Goonen Ashkenasy. Peptide-RNA bioconjugates and their structure, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.
  26. Gordon Keating. Energy and regional sustainability. Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico, USA.
  27. Gusz Eiben. Living ICT processes. University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  28. Günter von Kiedrowski. Exploration of information and evolution of self-assembled lipid structures. Ruhr University Bochum, Germany
  29. Hans Joachim Ziock. Protocells, coupling of genetics and metabolism and the origin of life. Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico, USA.
  30. Hargreaves James Cleaves, Ph.D., Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington DC, USA.
  31. Hiroaki Suzuki. Liposomes fusion. Osaka University, Japan.
  32. Irene Chen. Bauer Fellow. FAS Center for Systems Biology, Harvard University, USA.
  33. Irene Poli. MATCHIT. University Ca´Foscari of Venice, Italy.
  34. Itamar Willner. ECCell/COBRA. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel.
  35. James M. Boncella. Protocells and prebiotic formation of membranes and the role of membranes in energy uptake: an essential step to the formation of protocellular life. Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico, USA.
  36. Jerzy Górecki. COBRA. Institute of Chemical Physics. Polish Academy of Science, Warsaw, Poland.
  37. Ji Xuan Hou. Polymer physics. ENS-Lyon, France.
  38. Johan Bollen. ISSP Living Technology Working Group. Indiana University, USA
  39. John McCaskill. Protocells & ISSP Living Technology Working Group. Bochum University, Germany.
  40. Jonathan Cape. Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA.
  41. Kepa Ruiz Mirazo. Complex Systems, University of Basque Country, Spain.
  42. Kolbjörn Tunström. Transversal DPD. Chalmers University, Gothenborg, Sweden
  43. Kristian Lindgren. Protocells and energy and regional sustainability. Chalmers University, Gothenborg, Sweden.
  44. KumKum Ganguly. protocells, Bioscience, Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico, USA.
  45. Lee Cronin. Protocells, Bioscience, Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico, USA.
  46. Liaohai Chen. Protocells, Bioscience, Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico, USA.
  47. Luca Cardelli. MATCHIT, Microsoft Research, Cambridge, UK.
  48. Marco Palombi. ISSP Living Technology Working Group. CEO Splinder and Tipic, Inc. Italy
  49. Mark Bedau. Professor of Philosophy and Humanities. Protocells, ISSP Living Technlogy Working Group, PNA aptamers, origin of movement and evolution. Reed College, USA.
  50. Markus Schmidt. ISSP Living Technology Working Group. Organization for International Dialogue and Conflict Management, Vienna, Austria.
  51. Martin Amos. COBRA. Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.
  52. Martin N. Jacobi. Protocells & Transversal DPD. Chalmers University, Gothenborg, Sweden.
  53. Michaela Ulieru. Living ICT processes. University of Brunswick, Canada.
  54. Niels Blüthgen. COBRA. Group of Systems Biology of Molecular Networks. Charite - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany.
  55. Niles Lehman. Non-enzymatic replication of ribozyme. Portland State University, Oregon, USA.
  56. Nita Sahai. The University of Akron, Ohio, USA.
  57. Neil Spiller. Protocells and architecture, Dean, School of Architecture & Construction, University of Greenwich, London.
  58. Norman Packard. Protocells & ISSP Living Technology Working Group. European Center for Living Technology, Italy. ProtoLife srl, Italy.
  59. Patrick Wagler. ECCell/MATCHIT. BioMip Research Group, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany.
  60. Pasquale Stano. Liposomes fusion and vesicle fusion. Department of Biology, Roma Tre University, Italy.
  61. Pier L. Luisi. Dipeptide catalysis, Roma Tre, Italy.
  62. Peter Dietrich. COBRA. Friedrich-Schiller Universitt in Jena, Germany.
  63. Peter Stadler. Protocells. University of Vienna, Austria.
  64. Philip Beesley. Protocells and architecture. University of Waterloo, UK.
  65. Rachel Armstrong. ISSP Living Technology Working Group. Barlett School of Architecture, London, UK.
  66. Ralf Everaers. Polymer physics. ENS-Lyon, France.
  67. Richard Solé. Protocells. Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain.
  68. Rinie van Est. ISSP Living Technology Working Group. Rathenau Institute, The Netherlands.
  69. Rudolf M. Füchslin. MATCHIT, European Center for Living Technology, Venice, Italy.
  70. Serge Kernbach. Protocells. Institute of Parallel and Distributed Systems, University of Stuttgart, Germany.
  71. Shinpei Tanaka. University of Tokyo, Japan.
  72. T. Kee. Prebiotic peptide synthesis in primitive membranes. University of Leeds, UK.
  73. Tadashi Sugawara. Origin of movement. Department of Basic Science, University of Tokyo, Japan.
  74. Takashi Ikegami. Origin of movement. Department of General Systems Sciences, University of Tokyo. Japan.
  75. Taro Toyota. Origin of movement. Department of Applied Chemistry and Biotechnology, Chiba University. Japan.
  76. Tetsuya Yomo. Protocell Life Cycle. Osaka University, Japan.
  77. Thomas Maeke. ECCell. BioMIP Research Group, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany.
  78. Uwe Tangen. ECCell/MATCHIT. BioMip Research Group, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany.
  79. Volker Patzke. ECcell. Ruhr University Bochum, Germany.
  80. Wolf Matthias Pankau. MATCHIT, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany.
  81. Wolfgang Banzhof. Living ICT processes. Memorial University, Canada.
  82. Wolfgang Weigand. Early iron sulfide protoenzymes. University Jena, Germany.
  83. Yuichi Wakamoto. Vesicle growth. Tokyo University, Japan.