Günther Zeck studied physics at TU München, Germany, pursued a post-doc at Massachussets General Hospital, USA and joined TU Wien as University Professor in 2020. Since 2022 he leads the Institute of Biomedical Electronics.

His main research interest is cell-chip interfacing with the goal to understand and modulate biomedically relevant systems assuming they can be adequately described as equivalent electronic circuits. Together with an enthusiastic team and collaborators he is developing and applying electrode array technology in biomedicine.

He is currently involved in teaching basic courses in Electrical Engineering.

An overview of all publications can be found on Google Scholar, opens an external URL in a new window and reposiTUm, opens an external URL in a new window.


  • Reh M., Lee M.-J., Zeck G. (2022), Expression of Channelrhodopsin-2 in Rod Bipolar Cells Restores ON and OFF Responses at High Spatial Resolution in Blind Mouse RetinaAdvanced Therapeutics 2100164
  • Corna A., Hermann T., Zeck G. (2018), Electrode-size dependent thresholds in subretinal neuroprosthetic stimulationJ.Neural.Eng. 15(4) 045003
  • Zeck G., Jetter F. Bertotti G., Thewes R. (2017), Electrical Imaging: Investigating Cellular Function at High ResolutionAdvanced Biosystems 1(11) 1700107
  • Samba R., Herrmann T., Zeck G. (2015), PEDOT-CNT coated electrodes stimulate retinal neurons at low voltage amplitudes and low charge densitiesJ.Neural.Eng., 12(1) 016014
  • Zeck, G., Fromherz, P. (2001), Noninvasive neuroelectronic interfacing with synaptically connected snail neurons immobilized on a semiconductor chipProc.Natl.Acad.Soc. USA 98 (18) 10457-10462