Seminars

Seminars

2013

Februar

  • Prof. Dr. Holger Frey, Joh. Gutenberg Universität Mainz, “Poly(ethylene glycol) and Poly(propylene glycol): Adventures in a Highly Established Class of Materials”

2012

Januar

  • Prof. Dr. Julius Vancso, University of Twente, Niederlande, “Responsive polymer grafts across the length scales”

April

  • Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Fischer, National Yang-Ming University Taipei, Taiwan, “Computational Modelling – Dynamics of Viral Membrane Proteins”

Mai

  • Prof. Dr. Ulrich Jonas, Universität Siegen, “Building Hierarchical Structures with Soft Matters”

Dezember

  • Dr. Alessandro Moretto, University of Padova, Italien, “Peptides in nanotechnologies: smart rotaxanes, materials, self-assembly and microstructures formation”

2011

April

  • Dr. Annette Brunsen, CNEA Buenos Aires, Argentinien: „Intelligent design of responsive hybrid membranes and new directions in SPR/OWS sensing“
  • Dr. Michael Maas, Stanford University, USA: „From Form to function: Using anisotropic functional nanomaterials fort he preparation of smart membranes“
  • Dr. Markus Retsch, MIT, Massachusetts, USA: „Templating with colloids – Opticalproperties of hollow silica spheres and patterning of hetero-structured monolayers“

Mai

  • Prof. Dr. Jörg Matysek, University of Leiden, Holland: „Photo-switch phytochrome – from photo-process to signal“

Juni

  • Prof. Dr. Svetlana Santer, Universität Potsdam: „Polymer films with optically controlled form and actuation on a nanometer scale“
  • Prof. Dr. Matthias Ballauff, Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin: „Interaction of proteins with soft polymeric layers“

November

  • Dr. Karen Lienkamp, Universität Freiburg: „Synthetic mimics of antimicrobial peptides – new ROMP-derived polymers for biomedical applications“

Dezember

  • Prof. Dr. Jan Korvink, FRIAS Freiburg: „MEMS-based magnetic resonance detectors for very small samples“