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Mato Knez studied chemistry and did his doctoral thesis in physical chemistry at the Max-Planck Institute of solid-state research in Stuttgart (Germany). In 2003 he moved for a Postdoc position to the Max-Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics in Halle (Germany), where in 2006 he received the Nanofutur award of the German ministry of education and research (BMBF) with a grant to establish a junior research group. Since 2012 he is Ikerbasque research professor in San Sebastian (Spain) and group leader of Nanomaterials at the research institute CIC nanoGUNE. In 2012, he received the prestigious Gaede prize of the German Vacuum Society
Functional 3D-Nanostructures by Atomic Layer Deposition, synthesis and functionalization of novel materials utilizing atomic layer deposition (ALD) as universal tool for functionalization and modification, Thin film coatings for functionalization of materials: Corrosion protection, Flexible electronics, Sensing, Energy applications Hybrid inorganic-organic materials for applications as textiles, automotive industry, or aeronautics. Bio-inorganic nanomaterials for particular applications in nanomedicine.