Liquid crystalline cubic phase nanoparticles and emulsions stabilised by softwood hemicellulosei
Molecular dynamics and keratin structure in human nails, and comparisons to hair and skin
Aqueous self-assembly behaviour alteration derived from primary structure changes of model peptides
Particle-Size Effects on the Enhanced Diffusion of Tracer Particles in Microswimmer Suspensions
"Adsorption of yeast lipids at the solid-liquid interface
– effect of mono and divalent cations, temperature and pH"
"Understanding T-cell triggering under different in vitro conditions"
Cedric D. Koolen
"Dynamics and Rheology of Colloidal Ellipsoids"
"Effect of ß-galactosidase on the spin-coated lipid layer of a lipid sponge phase as carrier for enzyme by ATR-FTIR"
"Characterization of DOPC and DOPG Vesicles in two Choline Chloride-Based Deep Eutectic Solvents"
“A Light Scattering and Calorimetry Study on the Interaction between Thermoresponsive Polymers and Bile Salts”
“Dissolution and fibre spinning of cellulose from an ionic liquid”
“Constructing supported lipid bilayers from native cell membranes”
“Effect of Ganglioside GM3 on the Mobility and Mesostructure of Lipid and
α-Synuclein Co-assemblies: A Combined Polarization Transfer Solid-State NMR and Scattering Study”
“Skin barrier – Extraction and characterization of Stratum Corneum lipids”
“Investigating the triolein/aqueous interface and Thermomyces lanuginosa lipase activity”
“Colloidal structure of river organic matter”
“Switching on and off the patch-patch attraction of Lactoferrin”
Andrea G. Jaegermann
”Study of the Adsorption of Connectable Polymers on Silica Surfaces using Ellipsometry and QCM-D”
Combined with Project Work at Theoretical Chemistry, called:
“Theoretical Predictions on the Alignment of Rod-like Particles Interacting via Temperature Responsive Polymers”
Mona Koder Hamid
“Isothermal titration calorimetry study of a self-assembled peptide system”
“Investigating the effect of salt concentrations on the immune cell membrane protein CD45 D1-D4 in a supported lipid bilayer using hydrodynamic trapping”
Tym De Wild
“Self-assembly of oppositely charged microgels into well-defined colloidal molecule-like clusters with thermoresponsive interaction sites”
Master of Science Thesis
“Lipid Bilayers on Planes and in Micropipettes
– Two model systems to study binding of DivIVA to flat and negatively curved membranes”
Bachelor of Science Thesis
”The Solubility of Cellulose II in Alkaline Solutions”
Master of Science Thesis
“On the Gelation of Microcrystalline Cellulose in Alkaline Solutions”