Natural materials like nacre derive their remarkable properties from an ordered internal architecture. How can we replicate these assemblies in artificial materials?
Microfluidics can be used to produce monodisperse emulsions with tailored dimensions and properties.
Microfluidic production of stabilized emulsions allows us to form monodisperse capsules and unique porous structures.
A paper with the title "3D Printing of Emulsions and Foams into Hierarchical Porous Ceramics" has been published in Advanced Materials
Etienne Jeoffroy wins the event and will present his research in the worldwide final competition, taking place in November in Berlin.
A report on 3sat nano
about Etiennes work on self-healing asphalt
More group news
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A new postdoc postition is available in the area of shape programmable materials for morphing of aerospace structures. More info here.
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