The Entrepreneurial School® confers professorship to Daniel Sieber and associate professorship to Alexander Jahn
From left to right: MCI Rector Andreas Altmann, Daniel Sieber, Franz Pegger (Head of the MCI Academic Council) ©MCI / Janine Kiechl
From left to right: MCI Rector Andreas Altmann, Christoph Griesbeck (Head of the Department of Biotechnology), Alexander Jahn, Franz Pegger (Head of the MCI Academic Council) ©MCI / Janine Kiechl
In recognition of their outstanding achievements in research and teaching and their exemplary contributions to the further development of the Entrepreneurial School®, the MCI recently awarded the professorship to Daniel Sieber (Medical & Health Technologies) as well as the associate professorship to Alexander Jahn (Biotechnology).
Prof. Dr. Dipl.-Ing. Daniel Sieber
Daniel Sieber successfully completed his degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Stuttgart in 2008 with a specialization in Biomedical Engineering. He then began his professional career at MED-EL, where he held various positions of increasing responsibility for 13 years, ultimately heading up research and development of electrodes and surgical technology. While working, he started a doctorate in human biology at the Hannover Medical School, which he completed in 2021 with "Summa cum Laude". In 2022, his path finally led him to the Entrepreneurial School®, where he initially worked as a lecturer in the field of Medical Technologies. A few months later, he became as Head of the Department of Medical & Health Technologies.
Assoc. Prof. Alexander Jahn, PhD
In 2002, Alexander Jahn began his academic career at the Technical University of Berlin and completed a master's degree in Biotechnology at Dongseo University in Busan, South Korea. This was followed by a PhD in Manufacturing Pharmacy at Seoul National University in South Korea along with numerous international research and teaching activities. Since April 2023, he has been teaching at the MCI Department of Biotechnology, focusing in particular on inorganic and analytical chemistry, bioprocess engineering and microbiology. His research also focuses on bioprocess engineering and process development for microalgae.