I am a PhD Student working with nanofabrication and polymer brushes. My research involve biophysical- and chemical processes at the nanoscale, surface chemistry, surface sensitive measuring techniques (SPR and QCM-D), nanopore sensors and programming as an analysis tool. I enjoy working in an interdisciplinary environment, where great ideas spring from collaboration between people of different expertise!
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Polymer Brushes on Silica Nanostructures Prepared by Aminopropylsilatrane Click Chemistry: Superior Antifouling and Biofunctionality
Surface plasmon resonance sensing with thin films of palladium and platinum - quantitative and real-time analysis
Accurate Correction of the "bulk Response" in Surface Plasmon Resonance Sensing Provides New Insights on Interactions Involving Lysozyme and Poly(ethylene glycol)
Pore performance: artificial nanoscale constructs that mimic the biomolecular transport of the nuclear pore complex
Functional polymer brush coatings for nanoscale devices
Transport receptor occupancy in nuclear pore complex mimics
Solid state nanopores functionalized with polymer brushes
Simultaneous, Single-Particle Measurements of Size and Loading Give Insights into the Structure of Drug-Delivery Nanoparticles
Control of Polymer Brush Morphology, Rheology, and Protein Repulsion by Hydrogen Bond Complexation
Tuning the Thermoresponsive Behavior of Surface-Attached PNIPAM Networks: Varying the Crosslinker Content in SI-ATRP
De Novo Computational Design of Disordered Fg-Nucleoporins
A designer FG-Nup that reconstitutes the selective transport barrier of the nuclear pore complex
Interpolymer complexation of a polymer brush
Optical properties of plasmonic nanopore arrays prepared by electron beam and colloidal lithography
Enzyme-free optical DNA mapping of the human genome using competitive binding
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