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 new paper, "Periodically microstructured composite films made by electric- and magnetic-directed colloidal assembly," is out now in PNAS
Please join us in congratulating our newest PhD, Tobias Niebel!
Multimaterial magnetically assisted 3D printing of composite materials now published in Nature Communications.
More group news
No PhD positions are currently open.
A new postdoc postition is available in the area of shape programmable materials for morphing of aerospace structures. More info here.
If you are interested in doing a master or bachelor project with our group, please have a look at our list of available projects.