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The core competences and main researches at the BZKG

Interfaces and composites

Characterization and modification of surfaces and coatings Physical Chemistry II
Prof. Fery
Gels, fibers, fleece on base of recombinant spider silk and silk proteins Biomaterials
Prof. Scheibel
Preparation and characterization of microstructured surfaces Physical Chemistry II
Prof. Fery
Preparation of nanoporous capsules and membranes Physical Chemistry II
Prof. Fery
Hybridmaterials and nanocomposites Macromolecular Chemistry II
Prof. Müller
Polymeradditive, nucleating agent, pigments – synthesis, characterization and processing Macromolecular Chemistry I
Prof. Schmidt
Self–healing surfaces Physical Chemistry II
Prof. Fery
Structuranalyzis in nanoordered or partially ordered materials – nucleation and growth, correlation of structure and properties in disordered materials Inorganic Chemistry III
Prof. Senker
Synthesis of polymer systems of self-organizing nanostructures, analytics and characterization of complex polymer structures Macromolecular Chemistry II
Prof. Müller
Ultrathin coatings on polymer basis Physical Chemistry II
Prof. Fery
Interaction forces between particles or surfaces, adhesion in polymeric or inorganic systems Physical Chemistry II
Prof. Papastavrou
Preparation and characterization of nanoporous capsuales and membranes Physical Chemistry I
Prof. Förster
Synthesis of large area, high quality colloidal monolayers Juniorprofessur for Polymeric System
Prof. Retsch
Distance-controlled assembly of nanoparticles in 2D and 3D Juniorprofessur for Colloidal Systems
Prof. Karg
Preparation of functional polymer surfaces (antibacterial, superhydrophobe) Makromolekulare Chemie II
Prof. Agarwal
Functional multicomponent nanofibers Makromolekulare Chemie II
Prof. Agarwal
Polymer nanofiber composites by electrospinning Makromolekulare Chemie II
Prof. Greiner
Functional polymer / bacteria composites Makromolekulare Chemie II
Prof. Greiner
Molecular Dynamics simulations of organic materials Juniorprofessur Biofluid Simulation and Modelling
Prof. Gekle

 

Particles and colloids

"Chemical tailoring" of clays with multifunctional application, solid state chemical synthesis, structural analysis on the short and long range order transition Inorganic Chemistry I
Prof. Breu
Dynamic transport phenomenae Experimental Physics V
Prof. Fischer
Preparation and characterization of nanoporous capsuales and membranes Physical Chemistry II
Prof. Fery
Catalysis with nanoparticles Inorganic Chemistry II
Prof. Kempe
Microparticles and capsuales on base of recombinant spider silk Biomaterials
Prof. Scheibel
Nanoparticle systems by molecular design Inorganic Chemistry II
Prof. Kempe
Interaction forces between particles or surfaces, adhesion in polymeric or inorganic systems Physical Chemistry II
Prof. Papstavrou
Nanoparticles, micelles and vesicles for diagnostic and therapy Physical Chemistry I
Prof. Förster
Synthesis of monodisperse latex particles and core-shell architectures Juniorprofessur for Polymeric System
Prof. Retsch
Synthesis of inorganic/organic core-shell colloids Juniorprofessur for Colloidal Systems
Prof. Karg
Nanoparticle composites bay electrospraying Makromolekulare Chemie II
Prof. Agarwal
Responsive and biodegradable polymer dispersions in water Makromolekulare Chemie II
Prof. Agarwal
Polymer conjugated metal nanoparticle dispersions Makromolekulare Chemie II
Prof. Greiner
Formulations for electrospinning Makromolekulare Chemie II
Prof. Greiner
Fluid  mechanics simulations of complex liquids Juniorprofessur Biofluid Simulation and Modelling
Prof. Gekle
Molecular Switches Anorganische Chemie II
Prof. Dr. Birgit Weber

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