Timo Baroth

PhD student, QUT


Timo obtained his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in mechatronics at the Leibniz University of Hanover, Germany. In his master thesis he worked on hardware and software development for 3D printing of tubular scaffolds with definable pore structure for vascular grafts. After graduation he worked for 6 months as a research assistant at the Institute for Microelectronic Systems at the Leibniz University, to further develop the topic of his master thesis. Since November 2022 he is a PhD student in Dietmar Hutmacher’s research group at QUT.

Research Focus

– advancement of in-process control for melt electrowriting
– exploration of 3D printing dynamics of melt electrowriting