Academic Career and Research Areas
Professor Hayden (*1972) conducts research aimed at the development of innovative ways of using in-vitro techniques for diagnostic and biomedical purposes. His interdisciplinary research activities are orientated towards current scientific challenges and draw on the fields of electronics, optics, microfluidics and materials sciences. He is currently investigating magnetic and optical techniques for the functional diagnostics of blood cells.
Professor Hayden studied biochemistry at the University of Vienna and completed his doctorate there in 1999. After holding a postdoctoral position at Harvard University and completing his postdoctoral teaching qualification in Analytical Chemistry at the University of Vienna, he joined the IBM Research Laboratory in Zürich in 2005. Since 2007, Professor Hayden has been researching organic electronic techniques for the medical imaging and in-vitro diagnosis of blood cells at Siemens Corporate Technology and Siemens Healthcare. In 2017, he was appointed to the Heinz-Nixdorf-Chair for Biomedical Electronics at TUM.
- European Inventor Award (2017)
- AMA Innovation Award (2016)
- Siemens NTF Award for Medical Imaging Patents (2013)
- Young Investigator Award, Society of Austrian Chemists (2002)
Reisbeck M, Helou MJ, Richter L, Kappes B, Friedrich O, Hayden O: „Magnetic fingerprints of rolling cells for quantitative flow cytometry in whole blood“. Scientific Reports. 2016; 6: article number 32838.Abstract
Rauch T, Böberl M, Tedde S, Kovalenko MV, Hesser G, Fürst J, Lemmer U, Hayden O: „Near-infrared imaging with quantum dot sensitized organic photodiodes“. Nature Photonics. 2009; 3: 332-336.Abstract
Hayden O, Björk MT, Schmid H, Riel H, Drechsler U, Karg SF, Lörtscher E, Riess W: „Fully-Depleted Nanowire Field-Effect Transistor in Inversion Mode“. Small. 2007; 3: 230-234.Abstract
Hayden O, Agarwal R, Lieber CM: „Nanoscale avalanche photodiodes for highly-sensitive and spatially-resolved photon detection“. Nature Materials. 2006; 5: 352-356.Abstract
Hayden O, Dickert FL: „Selective microorganism detection with cell surface imprinted polymers“. Advanced Materials. 2001; 13: 1480-1483.Abstract