Philip Koeck

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Research profile at Structural Biotechnology

Single particle refinement for 2D crystals of membrane proteins.
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Shift-variant image restoration for tilted images in electron crystallography and tomography.
Computational retrieval of missing data (missing cone, limited resolution etc.) in 3D reconstruction.
Single particle reconstruction (viral spikes, chaperonines, hemocyanin, hsp21).

Academic degrees

1.1.2007 habilitation (docent, associate professor) in biophysics

28.4.1995 1st class doctoral degree in natural sciences (experimental physics)

1991-1995 Predoctoral fellow at EMBL, Heidelberg/Germany as external student of Karl-Franzens University Graz/Austria. Doctoral thesis on "Unconventional Immuno Double Labelling by Electron Spectroscopic Imaging and Multivariate Statistical Analysis"

12.9.1991 1st class masters degree (Mag. rer. nat.) in experimental physics

1990-1991 Diploma thesis on "Solvent and Deuteration Effects on the Primary Photoprocesses in Dihydrobiliverdin"

23.10.1987 1st class bachelors degree (1. diploma)

1985-1991 Physics at Karl-Franzens University, Graz/Austria


1.5.-31.12.95 Visiting scientist at EMBL, Heidelberg, Germany

1.1.96-31.7.99 Assistant professor at Karolinska Institute, Dept. of Bioscience, Novum, Huddinge, Sweden

1.8.99-4.10.07 University lecturer at Soedertoerns University College and Karolinska Institute, Dept. of Bioscience, Novum, Huddinge, Sweden

5.10.07-30.11.08 Senior scientist at Karolinska Institute, Dept. of Bioscience, Novum, Huddinge, Sweden

1.12.08- University lecturer at the Royal Institute of Technology, School for Technology and Health, Huddinge, Sweden

Fellowships and prizes

1990 Prize of AS 10000 for exceptionally successful completion of university courses

1991-1995 EMBL predoctoral fellowship

1996 KI-forskningsfond, SEK 11000

1997 KI-forskningsfond, SEK 17000

1998 KI-forskningsfond, SEK 15000

1998 Stiftelsen Lars-Hiertas Minne, SEK 20000

1999 KI-forskningsfond, SEK 24700

2008 KI-forskningsfond, SEK 25800

2011 MBM-platform, SEK 50000

Teaching Experience

Principal lecturer and examiner in appr. 30 courses on biophysical electron microscopy and electron crystallography, quantum mechanics of electron microscopy, Fourier optics, mathematical methods of imaging, physical chemistry and general chemistry

Design of teaching material for courses in biophysical electron microscopy, mathematical methods of imaging and quantum mechanics of electron microscopy

At the Karolinska Institute's Center for Structural Biochemistry in Huddinge I designed, together with other researchers, new courses in structural biochemistry. My main teaching responsibility there was electron microscopy and I have also given courses and lectures at other universities in the Nordic countries.  At KTH I have initiated a biophysical imaging track within a master program in medical imaging. Within this program I have taught courses in mathematical methods of imaging, Fourier optics, quantum mechanics of electron microscopy and biophysical electron microscopy.

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