Henry Hess

Henry Hess (M’13) is the Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NANOBIOSCIENCE. He was born in the German Democratic Republic in 1973 and received the Vordiplom in physics from the Technical University Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Germany, in 1993, the Diplom in physics from the Technical University Berlin, Germany, in 1996 and the Dr.rer.nat. in physics from the Free University Berlin, Germany, in 1999. After appointments as Postdoctoral Scientist and Research Assistant Professor at the Department of Bioengineering at the University of Washington, he joined the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Florida in 2005 as Assistant Professor. Since 2009, he held an appointment as Associate Professor in Biomedical Engineering at Columbia University, New York. Prof. Hess is a member of the German Physical Society, the American Chemical Society, the Materials Research Society, and the Biomedical Engineering Society. Prof. Hess has served on the Steering Committee for the IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NANOBIOSCIENCE from 2009 to 2013. He also served as Associate Editor of the ASME Journal of Nanotechnology in Engineering and Medicine (2009–2013) and as member of the Editorial Board of Applied Physics Reviews (2010–2013). He is a member of the External Advisory Board of Nano Letters since 2010.

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Special Section on Advances in NanoBioEngineering ICNBE 2018
In 2018, the IEEE EMBS R9 Monterrey Chapter co-sponsored the first edition of the International Congress on NanoBioEngineering (ICNBE´18), organized by the Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon through the School of Chemical Sciences, as the inaugural event of their new... Read more
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Onward and Upward!
THE IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NANOBIOSCIENCE thank its reviewers, editorial board members, and most importantly its authors and readers for their support in 2016 and wishes them all the best for 2017! The Transactions had a year of consolidation, with the... Read more
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New Heights in 2017, Pushing on in 2018!
The IEEE Transactions on NanoBioscience thank its reviewers, editorial board members, and, most importantly, its authors and readers for their support in 2017 and wish them all the best for 2018! The Transactions reached new heights in 2017 with a record... Read more
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Editorial: 1000 Issues and 1,000 Pages of Interdisciplinary Research Advances in 2015!
ACCESS PAPER DATA READ FULL ARTICLE ON IEEE XPLORE Abstract The IEEE transactions on nanobioscience thank its reviewers, editorial board members, and most importantly its authors and readers for their support in 2014 and look forward to serving them even better in 2015!  The... Read more
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Editorial: All grown up with volume 18 in 2019!
The IEEE Transactions on NanoBioscience thank its reviewers, editorial board members, and most importantly its authors and readers for their support in 2018 and wishes them all the best for 2019! The Transactions finished 2018 with 200 submitted manuscripts, 62 articles... Read more
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Special Section on IEEE EMBS Conference on Micro and Nanotechnology in Medicine
The 4th IEEE EMBS Conference on Micro and Nanotechnology in Medicine was held in Kauai, Hawaii, on December 10–14, 2018. This meeting gathered together 200 scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs, and medical researchers to leverage our collective expertise towards developing improved biomedical... Read more
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2014 Impact Factor: 2.3, 2015 Research Articles published: 100, 2016 Plan: En Avant!
The IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NANOBIOSCIENCE thanks its reviewers, editorial board members, and most importantly its authors and readers for their support in 2015 and wishes them all the best for 2016! The Transactions experienced a 20% growth in submissions relative... Read more
IEEE PULSE, Feature July/August 2017
Rise of the Nanorobots
In 1988, a Scientific American article by A.K. Dewdney [1] on the work of nanotechnologist K. Eric Drexler spurred public interest in the nascent field of nanotechnology and its potential for advancing humanity into a new technological age. The article... Read more