July 2019: In between the years 2014 and 2018 the “Circular Field Generator” for confocal laser application was developed (see this hp) and it will be presented in a talk “New magnetic field device for application with laser microscopes” by Dr. Martin Koch July 2019on the
“41th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and BiologyScientific and Clinical Applications of Magnetic Carriers” ,
in Berlin, G.
June 2018: A talk entitled “Magnetic- versus electromagnetic-fields and the specific low frequent application in biophysics.“ and another one with the title “From operating heavy duty electric machines to application of magnetic particles inside living cells/cell-spheres.” Was given by Dr. Martin Koch in Honolulu, Hi.
“40th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and BiologyScientific and Clinical Applications of Magnetic Carriers”
June 2014: A talk entitled “Interaction of Dynamic Magnetic Fields with Magnetic Particles Immobilized at Lysosomes” was given by M. Koch during the “10th International Conference on the Scientific and Clinical Applications of Magnetic Carriers” in Dresden / Germany.
Apr. 2014: The paper “Dynamic Magnetic Fields Remote-Control Apoptosis via Nanoparticle Rotation” employing low frequent fields appeared in ACS Nano, 2014, 8, 4, 3192-3201
Aug. 2012: The talk “Manipulation of Living Cells by Employing Dynamic Fields” was presented by Dr. M. Koch at the 34th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society.
Mar. 2011: A talk entiteld “Alternating Magnetic Fields Trigger Apoptosis by Destruction of Lysosomes with LAMP1-Targeted Nanoparticles” was given by E. Zhang, E. Renström, M. Kircher and M. Koch at the 55th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society in Baltimore, Maryland.
Jan. 2011: The chapter “Geometric and Electromagnetic Aspects of Fusion Pore Making” by D. Apushkinskaya, E. Apushkinsky, B. Booß-Bavnbek and M. Koch describing the application of dynamic fields in living cells appeared in “BetaSys – Systems Biology of Regulated Exocytosis in Pancreatic ß-Cells”, Springer, 2011, 505-538.
2009: We conducted two very important activities abroad. The first assignment together with Dr. Kircher (radiology) at Havard Medical in Boston and the second activity at Lund University in Malmø. In both activities magnetic particles (magnetite beads) could be transported across the cell membrane of multiple cell types between 5 to 30 minutes and without physiological incubation. The very intensive research work in Malmø was heavily supported (images and cell preparation) by Enming Zhang and Eric Rennström. Dr.Zhang and Prof. Rennström are with Lund University/CRC based in Malmø Sveden. The work is going on. See section Transporting Nano on this site.
Feb. 2009: REx Workshop Copenhagen, “System Biology of Regulated Exocytosis in Pancreatic Beta-Cells”
2008: Related to DTU Copenhagen, “Elektro”-institute” (“Superwind”-energy convertion projekt)
Aug. 2007: Presentation of “The Geometry and Dynamics of the Bilayer Membrane-Vesicle Fusion Event” at the Applied Analysis Meeting, 16-18 Aug. 2007, in Copenhagen
Aug. 2007: Koch, M. & Wiest, J. (2007). Field wave impedance linked electromagnetically to the von-Klitzing constant. PHILICA.COM Article number 99 published online.
May. 2007: Koch, M. & Wiest, J. (2007). Discussion of magnetic field saturation phenomenons by interpretation of Maxwell’s second equation. PHILICA.COM Article number 92 published online.
Jan. 2007: Special issue (Proceedings of the Workshop on Mathematical Modeling of Membrane Processes in Animal Cells) of Biophysical Reviews and Letters published:
M. Koch, A. Otto, J. Wiest and B. Wolf: Can single electrons iniciate fusion of biological membranes? / Electronic version of an article published as [Biophysical Reviews and Letters, Vol. 2, No.1 (2007)23-31] / [doi:10.1142/s1793048007000416] / © [copyright World Scientific Publishing Company] [http://www.worldscinet.com/brl/brl.shtml/]
Jul. 2006: Workshop on “Mathematical Modeling of Membrane Processes in Animal Cells”, held June 29 – July 2, 2006 at Holbæk Bay; a resort of Roskilde University (close to Copenhagen).
Mar. 2006: Increased transfection efficiency by using the dynamic marker system are published in “Nucleic Acids Research” by S. W. Kamau et al.: “Enhancement of the efficiency of non-viral gene delivery by application of pulsed magnetic field” Click here to view the article
Nov 2005: The pages of www.Feldkraft.de are completely redesigned and updated
Oct 2005: Martin Koch contributes the ICMP 2005 in Nürnberg / Germany with his oral presentation:
“Field controlled motion of sub-nano, nano- and macro-particles”
Aug 2005: www.Feldkraft.de appears in the world wide web
Aug 2004: Martin Koch contributes the 4th IEEE Conference on Nanotechnology in Munich / Germany with his oral presentation: Field controlled motion of sub-nano, nano- and macro particles. Technical and physical aspects of controlling magnetic nano particles.
Nov 2001: Martin Koch presents his work: “Nanoscaled electrodynamic effects on plasma membranes” at the French / German conference for cell biology in Strasbourg / France
Sep 2000: M. Koch, M. Brischwein, B. Wolf: R&D Aspects of the dynamic marking (DM). 3rd European Biophysics Congress, September 9-13, 2000, München