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Rumiana Dimova  / Румяна Димова

A kind of CV

2021: Liesegang Prize of the German Colloid Society in recognition of R. Dimova’s work on lipid bilayers and biomembranes

2016: Elected as Scientific Representative of Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces

2015: Elected as the 2017 Chair of the Membrane Structure and Assembly Subgroup of the Biophysical Society

2014: Emmy Noether distinction  for women in physics (European Physical Society); interview published in Europhysicsnews

2014: Privatdozent in Biophysics at Potsdam University, Germany

2012: Habilitation in Biophysics at the University of Potsdam

Since 2005: Staff scientist at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces

Since 2000: Group leader at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces

2000: Postdoctoral fellow at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Potsdam, Germany

Project (under the supervision of H.-G. Döbereiner): Adsorption of amphiphilic polymers on model membranes

1999: PhD, Bordeaux University,  France (in collaboration with Sofia University, Bulgaria)

Thesis Supervisors: B. Pouligny, P. Kralchevsky and K. Danov

Thesis Title: Hydrodynamic properties of model lipid membranes: study by means of optical trapping manipulation of particles

1997: Second MSc degree within the framework of the international exchange program TEMPUS

Thesis Supervisors: B. Pouligny (CRPP) and P. Kralchevsky

Thesis Title: Interactions between Model Membranes and Micron-Sized Particles

1995: MSc degree in Theoretical chemistry and chemical physics, Sofia University, Bulgaria

Thesis Supervisor: P. Kralchevsky

Thesis Title: Role of the Ionic-Correlation and the Hydration Surface Forces in the Stability of Thin Liquid Films

My first name is usually confused with Rumina, Romina, Rumania or Romania. The latter is a country, I'm not. However, I'm open to new suggestions as a variation of the name. :-)

Date of birth: 06.04.1971

I was born in Bulgaria

some many many years ago...

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