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Seminars and conferences 2017

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Professor Maria do Carmo Goncalves, University of Campinas, Brazil
Nanocellulose Based Gels and Polymer Nanocomposite
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Time: Wednesday 8 November at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Professor Heiner Linke, Solid State Physics, Lund University
Engineering (with) molecular motors
Time: Monday 6 November at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall A

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Professor Erika Eiser, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Light-induced aggregation of a 2D colloidal gas
Time: Wednesday 1 November at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Student Maria Valldeperas, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
The use of lipid sponge phases and nanoparticle dispersions as carriers for macromolecules
Time: Monday 23 October at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

Public lecture at the Chemical Society in Lund: Professor Tommy Nylander, Physical Chemistry Lund University
Reflections on the biointerface: Structure, interactions and processes
Time: Thursday 19 October at 18:00
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall C

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Professor Masayuki Imai, Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Tohoku University Aramaki, Aoba, Sendai, Japan
Motion of phospholipid vesicles in response to chemical stimuli
Time: Monday 16 October at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Dr. Federica Sebastiani, CR Competence AB in Lund, and Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Lipid-Alkylglycoside liposomes as a biocompatible vehicle: structural characterization and future application
Time: Tuesday 10 Octobre at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Student Jasper Immink, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Crystals, glasses and gels in binary mixtures of soft thermoresponsive particles
Time: Monday 9 October at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Student Jõao Martins, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
From colloids to human brains: multidimensional diffusion NMR methods for a model-free characterisation of pore microstructure
Time: Wednesday 4 October at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Student Maxime Bergman, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Investigation of the interaction potential of soft, thermoresponsive microgels
Time: Tuesday 26 September at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Dr Richard Campbell, Institut Laue-Langevin - ILL, Grenoble, France
Applications of neutron reflectometry to address problems in physical pharmacy
Time: Wednesday 20 September at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Student Linda Månsson, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Synthesizing temperature-responsive colloidal molecules
Time: Monday 18 September at 09:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Associate Professor Dr. Cathy McNamee, Faculty of Textile Science and Technology, Shinshu University, Ueda, Nagano, Japan
Ways to change the physical properties of polymer particles at air/water interfaces
Time: Thursday 14 September at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

Project Presentation: BSc Student Mona Koder Hamid, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Isothermal titration calorimetry study of a self-assembled peptide system
Time: Wednesday 6 September at 10:30
Place: Kemicentrum, Physical Chemistry's Coffee Room

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Associate Professor Adam Cohen Simonsen, MEMPHYS & Department of Physics Chemistry and Pharmacy, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark
Membrane lipid organization and curvature modulated by proteins
Time: Monday 12 June at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

Project Presentation: MSc Student Tijm de Wild, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Self-assembly of oppositely charged microgels into well-defined colloidal molecule-like clusters with thermoresponsive interaction sites
Time: Friday 9 June at 11:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Marie Curie Conference Room

Project Presentation: BSc Student Carl-Eric Onema, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Investigating the effect of salt concentrations on the immune cell membrane protein CD45 D1-D4 in a supported lipid bilayer using hydrodynamic trapping
Time: Thursday 1 June at 09:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Physical Chemistry's Coffee Room

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Student Ricardo Gaspar, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Protein-Lipid Coaggregation: The role of ganglioside lipids in amyloid formation
Time: Wednesday 31 May at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Dr. Melissa Sharp, Instrument Scientist at European Spallation Source ERIC, Lund
Probing the structure and dynamics of proteins using neutron scattering
Time: Monday 29 May at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

MSc Presentation: Student Emil Gustafsson, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Switching on and off the patch-patch attraction of Lactoferrin
Time: Tuesday 23 May at 10:30
Place: Kemicentrum, Physical Chemistry's Coffee Room

Workshop “Surfactants and polymers and how they interact” - to celebrate Olle Söderman and Lennart Piculell
Time: Saturday 20 May
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall A
Speakers:
Håkan Wennerström: Nuclear magnetic relaxation with time-scale separation; two illustrations
Vitaly Kocherbitov: How surfactants and polymers interact with water
Bernard Cabane: Colloidal crystals from polydisperse populations
Magnus Nydén
Johan Borgström: Improving formulation development: from idea to reality
Daniel Topgaard: Diffusion in porous materials
Peter Stilbs: In search of lost time
Björn Lindman: Phys. Chem. Division in the 70's and 80's. Our starting strategiers (if there were any)

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Dr. Joris Sprakel from Wageningen University, the Netherlands
On fragility and strength; Soft colloids make strong glasses, or do they?
Time: Thursday 4 May at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Christopher Ward, M.S.E.E., Research Engineer, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
New tools and expanded engineering resources for physical chemistry
Time: Tuesday 2 May at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall C

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Professor Remco Tuinier, Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands
Depletion interaction in colloidal dispersions: controlled attractions?
Time: Thursday 20 April at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

Dissertation: PhD Student Alexei Abrikossov, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Modelling anisotropic interactions in colloidal systems
Time: Friday 7 April at 13:00
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Dr. Saswati Ganguly, University of Düsseldorf, Germany
Elastic and non-elastic deformations across an experimental colloidal martensitic transition
Time: Friday 7 April at 10:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall G

Report Presentation: Student Magdalena Riad, LTH, Lund University
MATLAB program for Single Molecule Detection and Photobleaching Step Analysis
Time: Wednesday 5 April at 09:00
Place: Kemicentrum, Physical and Theoretical Chemistry's Coffee Room

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Dr. Omkar Deshmukh, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the School of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology, the University of Queensland, Australia
Tribology and Rheology of potato chips during in vitro oral processing
Time: Monday 3 April at 10:30
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall G

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Dr. Alfredo Lanzaro, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Non-Linear Flows of Complex Fluids in Microfluidics: Elastic Turbulence, High Shear Viscometry of Biopharmaceuticals and Development of Novel Micro-Rheometers
Time: Wednesday 22 March at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall G

Project Presentation: Student Giuseppe Abbondanza, University of Bari, Italy
Colloidal structure of river organic matter
Time: Monday 20 March at 10:30
Place: Kemicentrum, Physical Chemistry's Coffee Room

Examination Seminar: Student Andrea Jaegermann, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany
Study of the Adsorption of Connectable Polymers on Silica Surfaces using Ellipsometry and QCM-D
Time: Friday 10 March at 09:00
Place: Kemicentrum, Physical and Theoretical Chemistry's Coffee Room

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Dr. Anton Devishvili, Instrument responsible: SuperADAM Neutron Reflectometer, Institute Laue Langevin (ILL), Grenoble, France and Physical Chemistry, Lund University
SuperADAM: Swedish Reflectometer at the ILL
Time: Tuesday 21 February at 09:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

Dissertation: PhD Student Jenny Algotsson, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Ions in models of articular cartilage - The importance of electrostatic interactions for transport and equilibrium distribution
Time: Friday 17 February at 09:30
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall C

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Student Tommy Garting, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Measuring protein solution viscosities using DLS-microrheology
Time: Friday 10 February at 10:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall C

Pre-Defence Seminar: PhD Student Jenny Algotsson, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Ions in models of articular cartilage - The importance of electrostatic interactions for transport and equilibrium distribution
Time: Tuesday 7 February at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall C

Postponed - Physical Chemistry Seminar: Anton Devishvili, Instrument responsible: SuperADAM Neutron Reflectometer, Institute Laue Langevin (ILL), Grenoble, France and Physical Chemistry, Lund University
SuperADAM: Swedish Reflectometer at the ILL
Time: Seminar postponed
Place:

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Professor Mikael Oliveberg, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Stockholm University
How Proteins "Sense" the Cellular Interior
Time: Friday 27 January at 11:00
Place: Kemicentrum, Marie Curie Conference Room

MSc Presentation: Student Erik Maris, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Tuning the Gel Structure with Temperature Controlled Sequential Gelation
Time: Wednesday 25 January at 10:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Physical Chemistry's Coffee Room

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Professor Vitaly Kocherbitov, Malmö University
The nature of non-freezing water in biopolymer solutions
Time: Tuesday 24 January at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Felix Roosen-Runge, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Dynamics of Proteins in Solutions Studied by Quasi-Elastic Neutron Scattering
Time: Tuesday 17 January at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Student Jenny Andersson, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Self-assembly of lung surfactant systems
Time: Thursday 12 January at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Professor Daan Frenkel, Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge
The puzzle of self-assembly and the self-assembly of puzzles
Time: Monday 9 January at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

 

 

 

Seminars and conferences 2016

Seminar: Dr Gerd Schroeder-Turk from Murdoch University in Perth, Australia
Curvature and Uniformity - Geometric arguments for minimal surfaces in soft matter self-assembly
Time: Monday 12 December at 09:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall C

Seminar: Professor George Thurston from the Rochester Institute of Technology, USA
Modeling and NMR studies of anisotropic interactions in eye lens protein solutions
Time: Thursday 8 December at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

Seminar: Dr. Ann Terry, CoSAXS beamline, MAX IV Laboratory, Lund University
Using small angle scattering to investigate spider silk proteins
Time: Thursday 1 December at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall A

Dissertation: PhD Student Ruiyu Lin, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
The Co-Structure Directing Agent (CSDA) Approach to Mesoporous Silica Formation - Exploring the Assembly Characteristics
Time: Friday 25 November at 13:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

Dissertation: PhD Student Sofi Nöjd, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Structure, Dynamics and Phase Behaviour of Charged Soft Colloidal Dispersions
Time: Thursday 24 November at 10:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

Pre-Defence Seminar: PhD Student Sofi Nöjd, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Structure, Dynamics and Phase Behaviour of Charged Soft Colloidal Dispersions
Time: Friday 18 November at 10:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

Pre-Defence Seminar: PhD Student Ruiyu Lin, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
The Co-Structure Directing Agent (CSDA) Approach to Mesoporous Silica Formation - Exploring the Assembly Characteristics
Time: Thursday 17 November at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

Project Presentation: Helena Mateos
On the self-assembly of peptides A6K and Aβ(16,22)
Time: Thursday 27 October at 11:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Division Library, floor +2

Licentiate Defence: PhD Student Alexei Abrikossov, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Modelling anisotropic interactions in colloidal systems
Time: Wednesday 28 September at 14
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

Dissertation: PhD Student Quoc Dat Pham, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Foreign molecules in biomembranes - Molecular effects on intact stratum corneum and model lipid systems
Time: Friday 23 September at 10:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

Mini-symposium
LIPID SELF-ASSEMBLY - Biomembranes & Drug Carriers
Time: Thursday 22 September at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Student Quoc Dat Pham, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Foreign molecules in biomembranes - Molecular effects on intact stratum corneum and model lipid systems
Time: Monday 19 September at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

Dissertation: PhD Student Weimin Li, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Attractive Patchy Protein Interactions - Understanding of protein dimerization
Time: Friday 16 September at 09:30
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Professor Abraham M. Lenhoff, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, USA
Crystallization and Other Adventures on the Protein Phase Diagram
Time: Thursday 15 September at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Student Weimin Li, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Attractive Patchy Protein Interactions - Understanding of protein dimerization
Time: Tuesday 13 September at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

MSc Presentation: Student Léa Jacquot, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Oppositely charged microgels: first insight into binary crystallization
Time: Friday 2 September at 10:30
Place: Kemicentrum, Physical Chemistry's Coffee Room

MSc Presentation: Student Helena Mateos, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Natural molecules to protect membrane against dehydration. Osmolytes and dehydrin proteins
Time: Friday 1 July at 14:00
Place: Kemicentrum, Physical Chemistry's Library

Dissertation: PhD Student Solmaz Bayati, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Mixed Block Copolymer Solutions: Self-Assembly and Interactions
Time: Wednesday 15 June at 10:30
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

Dissertation: PhD Student Emelie Nilsson, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Aqueous behavior of characteristic molecules in the synthesis of porous silica materials - an atomistic description
Time: Monday 13 June at 10:00
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

Dissertation: PhD Student Sanna Gustavsson, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Structure and dynamics of complex materials in the water-poor regime
Time: Friday 10 June at 10
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Prof. Dr. Otto Glatter, University of Graz, Austria
Control of Self-Assembled Structures by Molecular Interactions, Demonstrated with Non-Lamellar Liquid Crystals
Time: Thursday 9 June at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

BSc Presentation: Student Eric Johansson, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
The Solubility of Cellulose II in Alkaline Solutions
Time: Thursday 9 June at 13:00
Place: Kemicentrum, Physical Chemistry's Coffee Room

MSc Presentation: Student Pegah Nosrati, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
On the Gelation of Microcrystalline Cellulose in Alkaline Solutions
Time: Thursday 9 June at 11:00
Place: Kemicentrum, Physical Chemistry's Coffee Room

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Student Solmaz Bayati, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Mixed Block Copolymer Solutions: Self-Assembly and Interactions
Time: Tuesday 7 June at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Student Sanna Gustavsson, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Structure and dynamics of complex materials in the water-poor regime
Time: Friday 3 June at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Student Emelie Nilsson, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Aqueous behavior of characteristic molecules in the synthesis of porous silica materials - an atomistic description
Time: Thursday 2 June at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

MSc Presentation: Student Elisabeth Baumann, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Lipid bilayers on planes and in micropipettes -
Two model systems to study binding of DivIVA to flat and negatively curved membranes
Time: Thursday 2 June at 10:30
Place: Kemicentrum, Physical Chemistry's Coffee Room

Public readership lecture / "Docentföreläsning": Dr. Peter Jönsson, Associate Senior Lecturer, Division of Physical Chemistry, Lund University
The history of optical microscopy - from simple light microscopes to super-resolution imaging
Time: Monday 30 May at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

Dissertation: PhD Student Stefanie Eriksson, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Development of Novel Diffusion NMR Methods - Preclinical Applications in Colloidal Model Systems
Time: Friday 27 May at 13:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall A

Joint TESLA and OMM lectures: From colloidal materials to the living human brain: Measuring microstructure with diffusion NMR and MRI
Speakers:
13:15 Istvan Furo (Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm)
Diffusion anisotropy and diffusional exchange in colloidal materials
13:45 Markus Nilsson (Lund University)
Microscopic diffusion anisotropy and diffusional exchange in the brain
14:15 Stephan Maier (Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg)
MR diffusion imaging in models and humans
14:45 Itamar Ronen (Leiden University Medical Center, Netherlands)
Diffusion weighted MR spectroscopy: a compartment specific probe for tissue microstructure and physiology
Time: Thursday 26 May at 13:15-16
Place: Hörsalen, Pufendorfinstitutet, Biskopsgatan 3, Lund

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Student Stefanie Eriksson, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Development of Novel Diffusion NMR Methods - Preclinical Applications in Colloidal Model Systems
Time: Monday 23 May at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall C

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Dr. Rasmus Persson, Department of Chemistry & Molecular Biology, University of Gothenburg
Efficient scattering calculation for non-spherical particles
Time: Wednesday 18 May at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

Protein Science Day Öresund Kattegat Skagerrak (ÖKS) 2016
Time: Wednesday 11 May at 09
Place: Lundmarksalen, Astronomy Building, Lund University

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Dr. Joakim Stenhammar, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Phase equilibria and "thermodynamics" of active colloids
Time: Tuesday 26 April at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

Kemiska Föreningen in Lund: Professor Håkan Wennerström, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
The greenhouse effect and the molecular spectroscopy of greenhouse gases
Time: Thursday 21 April at 18:00
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall C

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Dr. Hudson Pace, Department of Physics, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg
Polymer-Supported Lipid Bilayers Derived from Native Cell Membranes Exhibiting Preserved Transmembrane Protein Mobility and Their Applications.
Time: Tuesday 19 April at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

Master Project Presentation: Student Gabriele Cimmarusti, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Cation dependence of cellulose solution structure in alkaline solvents
Time: Monday 18 April at 11:00
Place: Kemicentrum, Physical Chemistry, the Coffee Room

OMM Seminar: Professor Lennart Piculell, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
How hard do we dry?
Time: Wednesday 13 April at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Dr. Jin Suk Myung, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Self-organization of end-functionalized semiflexible polymer suspensions at equilibrium and under shear flow
Time: Tuesday 5 April at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall G

OMM Seminar: Dr. Martin Trulsson, Theoretical Chemistry, Lund University
Shear flows of non-Brownian and Brownian hard sphere suspensions (from jammed to glassy states)
Time: Monday 21 March at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

Internship Presentation: Master Student Caroline Hartwig, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Synthesis and characterization of hybrid silica/pNIPAM particles
Time: Wednesday 16 March at 13:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Physical Chemistry, the Aquarium

OMM Seminar: Dr. Johan Borgström, Sol Voltaics, Lund, Sweden
Development of solar cells from nanowire dispersions - challenges and some tools
Time: Monday 14 March at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

Seminar: Dr. Tom Arnold, Senior Beamline Scientist at Diamond Light Source, Oxfordshire, U.K.
Soft matter research using Beamline I07 at Diamond Light Source
Time: Thursday 10 March at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall G

Dissertation: PhD Student Carin Hagsten, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Cleaning of ultra-high temperature milk fouling - Structural and compositional changes
Time: Tuesday 8 March at 09:30
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall C

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Professor Ian Wilson, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
The science of dishwashing
Time: Monday 7 March at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall A

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Dr. Niels Boon, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Effective electrostatic interactions and charge-induced crystallization in dense colloidal suspensions
Time: Monday 29 February at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Elisa Parra, Postdoctoral researcher, University of Southern Denmark (SDU), Odense, Denmark
Effects of lung surfactant proteins SP-B and SP-C on the physical properties of biological membranes
Time: Thursday 18 February at 11:00
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall G

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Dr. Ilaria Idini, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Scattering Studies of Lipid-Protein Systems
Time: Monday 15 February at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Student Carin Hagsten, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Cleaning of ultra-high temperature milk fouling - Structural and compositional changes
Time: Thursday 11 February at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

OMM Seminar: Prof. Dr. Matthias Karg, Physical Chemistry I, University of Bayreuth, Germany
Plasmon coupling in self-assembled colloidal monolayers
Time: Tuesday 9 February at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Student Sofi Nöjd, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Field-Directed Self-Assembly of Soft Thermo-Responsive Colloids
Time: Monday 25 January at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F

OMM Seminar: Dr. Fredrik Joabsson, Camurus, Lund
Physical Chemistry up the street of Sölvegatan – perspectives on the step from Kemicentrum to Camurus
Time: Monday 18 January at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall A

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Dr. Sebastian Jaksch, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Jülich Centre for Neutron Science, Jülich, Germany
Neutron Scattering in Soft Matter Science: Biological Membranes and Membrane Stability
Time: Friday 15 January at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F


Seminars and conferences 2015

Dissertation: PhD Student Saskia Bucciarelli, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
A scattering study of concentrated lens protein solutions and mixtures - Towards understanding the molecular origin of presbyopia

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Student Saskia Bucciarelli, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
A scattering study of concentrated lens protein solutions and mixtures - Towards understanding the molecular origin of presbyopia

OMM Seminar: Dr. Christoffer Åberg, University of Groningen, the Netherlands
Bio-Nano Interactions: Quantitative Insights on How Nanoparticles Interact with Cells

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Dr. Bruno Silva, Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, Braga, Portugal
Out-of-equilibrium self-assembly pathways: From functional structures for gene delivery to microfluidic manipulation of soft materials

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Dr. Enamul Mojumdar, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Lipid model to elucidate the molecular organization in the skin barrier

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Student Ruiyu Lin, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
The co-structure directing agent (CSDA) approach of mesoporous silica formation – exploring the assembly characteristics

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Dr. Janne-Mieke Meijer, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Shape Induced Phase Transitions In Crystals Of Colloidal Cubes

OMM Seminar: Associate Professor Christelle Prinz, Division of Solid State Physics, Lund University
Nanowires: a promising tool for applications in Biology

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Dr. Marc Obiols-Rabasa, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
New insight into the characterization of protein-nanoparticle interactions

OMM Seminar: Professor Robin Ras, Aalto University, Finland
Dynamics at superhydrophobic surfaces

OMM Seminar: Professor Istvan Furo, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Dispersing carbon nanotubes in water: some insights, some questions

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Dr. Antara Pal, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Colloidal Crystals: Beyond Hard Spheres

Master Project Presentation: Student Maxim Morin, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Phase Diagram of PEGylated Core-Shell Particles, Caprice of The Flocculation Boundary

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Leonie van 't Hag, Chemical and biomolecular engineering at the University of Melbourne, Australia
The use of lipidic self-assembly materials for amphiphilic protein and peptide encapsulation

Physical Chemistry Symposium
Wormlike Micelles, Equilibrium Clusters and Colloidal Molecules: 35 Years of Soft Matter and Scattering

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Dr. Suman Peel, University of Bristol, UK
Fabrication of polymer supported bilayers as cellular membrane mimics: Vesicle remodeling by hard and soft interfaces

A two days ESS Science Symposium, jointly funded by ESS and MAV IV Laboratory, will be held in Lund.
Science Symposium on Advances on Sample Environment and Experimental Control
Organizing committee: ESS European Spallation Source; Lund University, Faculty of Science; MAX IV Laboratory.
You are welcome to register in the symposium web page

Bachelor Thesis Presentation: Student Emil Gustafsson, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Synthesis and characterization of amine-functionalized microgel particles and their subsequent assembly into colloidal molecule-like clusters by droplet-based microfluidics

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Professor Erica J. Wanless, The University of Newcastle, Newcastle, Australia
Anion specific effects in weak polybasic brushes

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Adjunct Senior Lecturer Hanna Wacklin, Physical Chemistry, Lund University, and European Spallation Source ESS AB
Probing membrane structure using neutron reflection - elucidating the effect of lipid composition on the mechanism of membrane binding toxins and antimicrobials

Master Project Presentation: Student Mikael Novén, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Orientation of Sticks and Spheres - Estimating Tensor Shape and Orientation Distribution using Diffusion NMR

Master Thesis Presentation: Student Viktor Persson, Lund University
Rheology of linseed oil based paints

Bachelor Thesis Presentation: Student Sujata Paudel, Lund University
DLS based microrheology in concentrated protein solutions

OMM Seminar: Professor Per Persson, Department of Biology, Lund University
Reactivity of iron (oxyhydr)oxide nanoparticles and the effects on geochemical processes

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Dr Nicholas Skar-Gislinge, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Self-Association and Viscosity of High Concentration Antibodies

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Dr. Erik Wernersson, Theoretical Chemistry, Lund University
Shape Matters: Modelling Colloidal Ellipsoids

Dissertation: PhD Student Charlotte Gustavsson, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Environmentally Responsive Surface Coatings of Polyion-Surfactant Ion Complex Salts

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Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Student Charlotte Gustavsson, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Environmentally Responsive Surface Coatings of Polyion-Surfactant Ion Complex Salts

Bachelor Presentation: Marina Huber, Bachelor Student at University of Paderborn
Quantitative Silicon NMR Study of the Stability of Cubic Polysilsesquioxane

Bachelor Presentation: Simon Blazy, Bachelor Student at University of Paderborn
Testing the hypothesis of Pollack water

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Dat Pham, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
The skin as a barrier to molecular diffusion

OMM Seminar: Dr. Alexander Buell, Cambridge University
Physico-chemical studies of peptide and protein self-assembly

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Johan Bergenholtz, Visiting Professor at Physical Chemistry, Lund University, and Professor at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg
Instrumental smearing - how to include it in modeling of SAXS data

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Weimin Li, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Understanding anisotropic attractions between proteins

 

 

Seminars 2014


Master presentation: Master student Kira Bartnik, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU)
Study of adsorption of the protein a-synuclein to lipid bilayers using QCM
Time: Tuesday 9 December at 10:30
Place: The division Library

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Stefanie Eriksson, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Illuminating microscopic anisotropic structures with diffusion NMR
Time: Tuesday 9 December at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall G

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Solmaz Bayati, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Self-Organization in Dilute Block Copolymer Systems
Time: Monday 17 November at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall G

OMM Seminar: Dr. Emanuel Schneck, Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Biomaterials Department, Potsdam, Germany
Influence of Glycolipids on Mechanics and Interactions of Membranes
Time: Thursday 13 November at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Saskia Bucciarelli, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Structural and dynamic properties of concentrated eye lens protein solutions
Time: Monday 6 November at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

OMM Seminar: Dr. Emanuel Schneck, Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Biomaterials Department, Potsdam
Influence of Glycolipids on Mechanics and Interactions of Membranes
Time: Thursday 13 November at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Master student Dikran Kesal, Technical University Berlin
Interaction of Lipid Bilayer Systems on Nanowire Arrays
Time: Monday 27 October at 10:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall F

Symposium: Realizing reformulation
Time: Wednesday 22 til Friday 24 October
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall A
More information about the programme, registration and submission of poster abstracts are given at www.asmcs.se
See poster

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Emelie Nilsson, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Understanding the formation of mesoporous silica - the study of a model system
Time: Tuesday 21 October at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall F

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Professor Sandrine Bouquillon, Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne, Reims, France
Contributions of the biomass to dendrimer's and ionic liquid's fields
Time: Monday 20 October at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture hall B

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Sanna Gustavsson, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Carbohydrate systems in the water-poor regime
Time: Tuesday 7 October at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall F

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Jenny Algotsson, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
A study of the transport and equilibrium distribution of an MRI contrast agent in a model system of articular cartilage
Time: Monday 29 September at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall C

Dissertation: PhD Marianna Yanez Arteta, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Nanostructured surfaces created by the interactions of dendrimers and oppositely charged amphiphiles
Time: Friday 26 September at 10:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall B

Minisymposium: Nanostructured interfaces: Formation, Properties and Applications

  • 13:00-13:45  Robert K. Thomas, University of Oxford, UK:
    Neutron Reflection from Layered structures at Surfaces
  • 13:45-14:15  Stefan Zauscher, Duke University, Durham-NC, USA:
    “Living” Enzymatic Polycondensation Polymerizations: Towards new DNA Nanostructures
  • 14:15-14:45  Kell Mortensen, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark:
    Hydrogels based on Molecular Self-assembly - Combined Studies of Structure and Rheology
  • 14:45-15:15  Fredrik Höök, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden:
    Label-free biomolecular interaction analysis and single-molecule studies of cell-membrane mimics
  • 15:15-15:45  Coffee 
  • 15:45-16:15  Andra Dédinaité, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden:
    The role of self-assembly structures in biolubrication
  • 16:15-16:45  Charlotte Gustafsson, Physical Chemistry, Lund University, Sweden:
    Nanostructured responsive polymer-surfactant films on solid surfaces
  • 16:45-17:15  Richard Campbell, Institute Laue Langevine, Grenoble, France:
    A non-equilibrium perspective on polyelectrolyte/surfactant mixtures at the air/water interface

Time: Thursday 25 September at 13:00-17:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall B

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Chris Evers MSc., Van 't Hoff Laboratory for Physical and Colloid Chemistry, Debye Institute, Utrecht University
Spontaneous Directionality in Anisotropic Floppy Colloids
Time: Tuesday 23 September at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall F

Bachelor Project Presentation: Jasenko Gavran, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Exploring folding conditions and stability of N-terminal region of tapasin
Time: Monday 22 September at 15:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Conference room Marie Curie

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Tadashi Kato, Tokyo Metropolitan University
Re-Entrant Lamellar/Onion Transition with Varying Temperature
under Shear Flow in a Nonionic Surfactant/Water System
Time: Monday 22 September at 14
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall G

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Marianna Yanez Arteta, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Nanostructured surfaces created by the interactions of dendrimers and oppositely charged amphiphiles
Time: Monday 15 September at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall B

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Florian Nettesheim, DuPont
Structure and Rheology of carrageenan gels
Time: Thursday 4 September at 14
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall F

Master Thesis Presentation: Gerda Kamsma, Utrecht University
Bulk aggregation versus surface adsorption of charged colloidal silica spheres on a surface of the same material in water
Time: Tuesday 26 August at 09.00
Place: Kemicentrum, floor 0, the KILU conference room "Marie Curie"

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Professor Maura Monduzzi, Dept. Scienze Chimiche e Geologiche, Cagliari University, Monserrato (CA), Italy
Proteins and electrolytes: Effects at the polar interface of ordered mesoporous silica
Time: Thursday 21 August at 10:30
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall F

Internship Project Presentation: Jasper Immink, Utrecht University
From crystals to gels: Phase behavior of charged binary thermosensitive microgel mixtures with adjustable hydrophobic interactions
Time: Thursday 31 July at 10:30
Place: Coffee room

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Céline Galvagnion, University of Cambridge
Lipid vesicles trigger α-syn aggregation by stimulating primary nucleation
Time: Wednesday 25 June at 10:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall F

Internship project presentation: Maxime Bergman, Wageningen University
Studying depletion interactions in microgel systems
Time: Tuesday 17 June at 14:00
Place: Coffee room

Master presentation: Caroline Anderberg Haglund, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
A Light Scattering and Calorimetry Study on the Interaction between PEO-PPO-PEO Triblock Copolymers and the Bile Salt Sodium Glycodeoxycholate
Time: Tuesday 17 June at 10:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall F

OMM Seminar: Professor Giuseppe Foffi, Laboratoire de Physique des Solides, Université Paris-Sud 11
Arrested phase separation, can we arrest demixing? Introducing bigels.
Time: Monday 16 June at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall F

Master presentation: Marcel Ollila, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Phase behavior of PEGylated model core-shell colloids
Time: Monday 16 June at 10:00
Place: Coffee room

Project presentation: Linda Månsson, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Synthesis of Thermosensitive Colloidal Molecules Through Pickering Emulsions
Time: Wednesday 4 June at 14:00
Place: Coffee room

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Professor Frank Scheffold, Department of Physics and Fribourg Center for Nanomaterials, Unversity of Fribourg
The fascination of randomly packed spheres: from dense emulsions to photonic materials design
Time: Wednesday 4 June at 11:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall C

Batchelor thesis: Pegah Nosrati Hefzabad, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Characterization of Cellulose Dissolved in Aqueous Tetrabutyl Ammonium Hydroxide
Time: Wednesday 4 June at 10:00
Place: PhysChem Library

Project presentation: Ellen Rieloff, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Adsorption of Thermoresponsive Microgels to Lipid Membranes
Time: Monday 2 June at 10:30
Place: Coffee room

ESS, MAX IV and Lund University Seminar series on New Science Research Opportunities with Neutrons and Synchrotron X-Ray Radiation: Professor Björgvin Hjörvarsson, Uppsala University
Using scattering techniques to explore the nano-world
Time: Tuesday, May 27 at 11:00
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall B

Intermediate presentation: Gerda Kamsma, Utrecht University
Adsorption versus bulk aggregation of silica spheres on a silica surface in an aqueous system
Time: Tuesday, 27 May at 08:30
Place: Physical Chemistry Library

OMM Seminar: Dr. Volker Koerstgens, Technische Universität München, Physik-Department, Lehrstuhl für Funktionelle Materialien
The combination of microfluidics and microGISAXS - in situ structural investigations at the solid liquid interface
Time: Thursday, April 10 at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall G

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Najet Mahmoudi, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Proteins with intermediate-range depletion attraction: connecting structure and mechanics
Time: Tuesday, April 8 at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall G

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Professor Håkan Wennerström, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Diffraction and Scattering
Time: Monday, March 24 at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall F

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Professor Håkan Wennerström, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
The Stern-Gerlach experiment
Time: Wednesday, March 12 at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall F

Dissertation: PhD Patrik Knöös, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Water-swelling tablets based on hydrophobically modified poly(acrylic acid)-
Effects of amphiphiles on swelling and drug release
Time: Friday, February 28 at 10:30
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall B

Open Seminar
Minisymposium on Formulation Science
A half-day open seminar presenting a variety of examples of problems and methods of interest in current formulation science.
Time: Thursday, February 27 at 13:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall K:B

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Samia Ouhajji, Utrecht University / Lund University
Surface adsorption versus bulk aggregation of particles and surfaces of the same material: An experimental study
Time: Tuesday, February 25 at 10:30
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall B

Physical Chemistry Seminar: PhD Patrik Knöös, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Water-swelling tablets based on hydrophobically modified poly(acrylic acid)-
Effects of amphiphiles on swelling and drug release
Time: Monday, February 10 at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall F

OMM Seminar: Professor Christine Dupont-Gillain, Université catholique de Louvain (UCL), Faculté de bioingénierie (AGRO), Institut de la matière condensée et des nanosciences (IMCN)
Understanding and controlling the assembly of collagen at interfaces
Time: January 20 at 14:15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall C

Open Seminar
ESS and MAX IV - new opportunities in formulation research
A half-day open seminar for industrial and academic researchers
Time: January 9, 2014, at 13.00-17:00
Place: Medicon Village, Scheelevägen 2, Lund Read more

  • Christoph Quitmann, MAX IV Laboratory, Lund University: MAX IV - A national resource for research & innovation
  • Andrew Jackson, ESS, Lund: Nanoscale structural analysis with neutrons
  • Heloisa N. Bordallo, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen: Inelastic Neutron Scattering: A different approach to understand drug stability
  • Marité Cárdenas, Nano science center, Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen: Film composition and its relevance in pharmacological formulations
  • Sven Lidin, Materials Chemistry, KILU, LTH, Lund University: Simultaneous studies of structure at different length scales - requirements on equipment and sample
  • Peter Schurtenberger, Physical Chemistry, KILU, Lund University: The stability and flow behavior of concentrated formulations - insight from x-ray and neutron scattering
  • Adrian Rennie, Materials Physics, Department of Physics, Uppsala University: Understanding complex materials with x-rays and neutrons - realistic conditions and samples


Seminars 2013

OMM Seminar: Joakim Stenhammar, School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Edinburgh
Title: Phase behaviour of self-propelled colloids
Time: December 16 at 10.15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall F

Licentiate Thesis Examination: Johanna Bailey Jönsson, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Title: Polycondensation reactions in dispersed media
Time: December 13 at 14.15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall C. 

Physical Chemistry SeminarFernanda Poletto, Institute of Chemistry, University of Campinas, Brazil
Title: Tailoring polymeric-based and surfactant-base drug nanocarriers for treatment of parasitic diseases
Time: November 25 at 14.15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall F

OMM Seminar: Anand Yethiraj, Department of Physics & Physical Oceanography, Memorial University, St. John's, NL, Canada
Title: Tunable hydrodynamics in oil droplet phases: from dipolar crystals to droplet breakup to turbulent energy cascades
Time: Nov 22 at 14.15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall F

Physical Chemistry SeminarKevin Roger, Laboratoire de Physique et Mécanique des Milieux Hétérogènes & Laboratoire de Colloïdes et Matériaux Divisés, ESPCI, Paris
Title: Self-Assembled Nanoemulsions through Physicochemical Methods
Time: October 15 at 14.15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall B

OMM Seminar: Peter Jönsson
Title: Molecular nanomechanics and local stimulus of individual biomolecules on the surface of cells
Time: October 14 at 10.15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall B

OMM Seminar: Ben J Boyd, Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Monash University, Australia
Title: Controlling structural transformation in self assembled lipid liquid crystals for drug delivery.
Time: October 8 at 14.15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall B

Dissertation: Tomas Kjellman
Mesoporous Silica SBA-15 - Formation, Modification and Application
Time: October 4 at 10.30
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall B

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Stefan Kuczera, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zeeland
RheoNMR observations of Wormlike Micelles
Time: Oct 3 at 14.15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall B

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Bruno Silva, Division of Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Microfluidics with in-situ small-angle X-ray scattering: a tool to investigate soft matter dynamics
Time: Sept 30 at 14.15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall B

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Melissa Sharp, European Spallation Source ESS, Lund
Title: From polymers to proteins
Time: Sept 23 at 14.15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall B

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Tomas Kjellman, Division of Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Title: Mesoporous Silica SBA-15 - Formation, Modification and Application
Time: Sept 16 at 14.15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall F

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Petrik Galvosas, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zeeland
Magnetic Resonance Pore Imaging as a novel tool for porous media characterization
Time: Sept 6 at 14.15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall Marie Curie (conference hall)

OMM Seminar: Russel Crawford 
Novel approaches to prevent bacterial adhesion on medical implant materials
Time: August 26 at 14.15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall F

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Maura Monduzzi, Dept. Scienze Chimiche e Geologiche, University of Cagliari, Italy
Soft and Hard Matter Drug Delivery Systems: Some Recent Results
Time: August 12 at 14.15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall F

OMM Seminar: Alex Evilevitch, Department of Biochemistry and Structural Biology, Lund University and Carnegie Mellon University, Department of Physics, Pittsburgh, PA, USA 
Physical Chemistry of Viral Evolution
Time: June 24 at 14.15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall F

Presentation of Batchelor Thesis: Maxim Morin
Probing the Intermolecular interactions of Lactoferrin
Time: June 19 at 10:15
Place: Library of Physical Chemistry

Dissertation: Sebastian Björklund
Skin hydration - How water and osmolytes influence biophysical properties of stratum corneum
Time: June 14 at 10.15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall B

OMM-minisymposium: Human interfaces - Structure and transport in the skin and in the lung alveolar lining layer
Jenifer Thewalt (Simon Fraser Univ, Vancouver)
Luis Bagatolli (Memphys, SDU, Odense)
Sven Engström (Chalmers)
Marcus Larsson (Lund University)
Time:June 13 at 14.15
Place: To be announced.

Dissertation: Celen Cenker
Equilibrium and non-equilibrium aggregation in the model peptide family AnX
Time: June 13 at 10.15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall C

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Ilja Voets, Department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry
Eindhoven University of Technology
Hot proteins and cool crystals
Time: June 12 at 14.15
Place: Lecture hall C, Kemicentrum.

Dissertation: Tiago Ferrera
Structure and dynamics in amphiphilic bilayers NMR and MD simulations studies
Time: June 5 at 13.15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall B

OMM Seminar: Klaus Gawrisch, National Institutes of Health (NIH), USA
Elastic properties of polyunsaturated phosphatidylethanolamines influence rhodopsin function
Time: June 4 at 14.15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall B 

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Sebastian Björklund
Skin hydration - How water and osmolytes influence biophysical properties of stratum corneum
Time: June 3 at 14.15
Place: Lecture hall B, Kemicentrum.

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Tiago Ferreira
Structure and dynamics in amphiphilic bilayers NMR and MD simulations studies
Time: May 27 at 14.15
Place: Lecture hall C, Kemicentrum.

OMM Seminar series: Katarina Fromm, University of Fribourg
Clusters aggregates and cage compounds:From precursors for mixed metal oxides via catalysis to molecular magnets
Time: May 24 at 14.15
Place: Lecture hall C, Kemicentrum.

OMM Seminar series: Bernd Giese, University of Fribourg
Mineral Respiration. How peptides transport electrons over long distances.
Time: May 22 at 15.15
Place: Lecture hall C, Kemicentrum.

OMM Seminar series: Katharina Fromm, University of Fribourg
Bioinorganic Chemistry of Silver: Interactions of silver with amino acids and peptides
Time: May 17 at 14.15
Place: Lecture hall C, Kemicentrum.

OMM Seminar series: Katharina Fromm, University of Fribourg
Agent Silver: with a License to Kill
Time: May 16 at 14.15
Place: Lecture hall C, Kemicentrum.

OMM Seminar series: Bernd Giese, University of Fribourg
Is DNA a Nanowire?
Time: May 13 at 14.15
Place: Lecture hall C, Kemicentrum.

OMM Seminar: Jan Dhont, 
The behaviour of rod-like colloids in shear flow
Time: May 6 at 14.15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall B

 Physical Chemistry Seminar: Adam Squires, University of Reading.
Soft and hard nanomaterials: from peptide fibrils and lyotropic liquid crystals to mesoporous electrodes
Time: April 23 at 14.15
Place: Lecture hall B, Kemicentrum.

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Christian von Corswant, AstraZeneca R&D, Mölndal
Towards a mechanistic understanding of drug release from polymer coated pellets
Time: March 4 at 14.15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall C 

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Kevin Roger, Laboratoire de Physique et Mécanique des Milieux Hétérogènes & Laboratoire de Colloïdes et Matériaux Divisés, ESPCI, Paris
The Ouzo effect : coalescence of repelling droplets can lead to monodisperse populations
Time: Feb 8 at 14.15
Place: Kemicentrum, Lecture Hall B

Seminars 2012

2012-12-17
Johan Bergenholtz (Physical Chemistry, Göteborg University)
Dissociation Dynamics of Colloidal Clusters

2012-12-12
Paula Sofia da Silva (Department of Biochemistry, University of Coimbra)
Self-assembly and Interactions of Lactoferrin

2012-12-13
Jennifer Chen Lee (NIH)
Protein-membrane interactions

Christopher Dunning (LU)
Prion-like spread of alpha-synuclein in Parkinson's disease 

Anna Stradner (Physical Chemistry, Lund University)
Reexamining the colloid analogy for casein proteins

Robert Vacha (Cambridge / Prague) 
Exocytosis of nanoparticles

Tommy Nylander (Physical Chemistry, Lund University)
The lipid-aqueous interface beyond bilayers - curvature and lipids at interfaces

2012-12-10
Philip Kuchel (University of Sydney)
13C DNP NMR in kinetics of cellular systems

2012-12-07
Luca Monticelli (Inserm, Paris)
Simulating nanoparticles into membranes

2012-12-06
Nitash P Balsara (University of California, Berkerley)
All-Solid Lithium Batteries and the Clean Energy Landscape 

2012-12-03
Erik Hellstrand (Biophysical Chemistry, Lund University)
Protein-Lipid Association and Aggregation in Neurodegenerative Disease

2012-12-03
Mehran Asad Ayoubi (Physical Chemistry, Lund University)
Self-assembly in Melts of Block copolymer-based Systems Featuring Supramolecular Interactions 

2012-11-12
John Janiak (Physical Chemistry, Lund University)
Phase Behavior and Solution Properties of Aqueous Polyion-Surfactant ion Systems

2012-11-05
Andrew Jackson (European Spallation Source (ESS))
Explosives and Milk - Nanoscale to Microscale Structure

2012-10-22
Robert K. Thomas (University of Oxford)
How Not to Determine Surface Excess: A Century of Wasted Measurements?

2012-10-08
Jan K.G. Dhont (Forschungszentrum Juelich) 
Charged Colloids in Electric Fields and Thermal Gradients

2012-05-31
Dominique Massiot (CEMHTI-CNRS, Orléans)
Order and disorder in materials: from atomic to nanometer scale

2012-05-30
Andrew Nelson (Australia) 
Studying kinetics in thin film systems using neutron reflectometry

2012-05-30
Prof Albert P. Philipse (Van 't Hoff Laboratory, Utrecht University) 
Anisometric colloids

2012-05-28 
Agnieszka Nowacka (Physical Chemistry, Lund University)
Polarization Transfer Solid-State NMR for Studying Soft Matter: From Surfactants to the Stratum Corneum

2012-05-23
Albert P. Philipse (Van 't Hoff Laboratory, Utrecht University)
Magnetic colloids

2012-05-21
Karen Edler (Department of Chemistry, University of Bath, United Kingdom)
Surfactant Templated Inorganic Films at the AirSolution Interface

2012-05-07
István Furó (Physical Chemistry, KTH)
Electrophoretic NMR

2012-04-23
Martin Medebach (Physical Chemistry, Lund University)
Two examples of heterodyne light scattering: Electrophoresis of concentrated colloidal suspension FT-Raman-Dynamic Light Scattering 

2012-04-16
Erik Wernersson (Physical Chemistry, Lund University)
Molecular Modeling of Molecular Ions – Salty Tales from a Landlocked Country

2012-04-12
Drew Parsons, Canberra, Australia 
Hydration and Ions

2012-04-10
Freddy Kleitz (Department of Chemistry, Laval University, Canada) 
Functional Mesoporous Materials: From Material Synthesis to Application Perspectives 

2012-04-02
Adriana Mihut (Physical Chemistry, Lund University) 
Self-Assembly of Semicrystalline Diblock Copolymers in Selective Solvents: From Experimental Phase Map to Guided Colloidal Self-Assembly

2012-03-21
Eckhard Spohr (Universität Duisburg-Essen, Germany)
Computer Simulations of a Thermo-responsive Polymer in Aqueous Solution

2012-03-19
Jérôme Crassous (Physical Chemistry, Lund University) 
Designing Composite Microgels with Varying Shapes and Functionalities: On the Road towards Supracolloidal Self-Assembly 

2012-03-12
Jonas Gernandt (Uppsala University)
Phase separation within elastic hydrogels absorbing macroions

2012-03-05
Manja Behrens (Physical Chemistry, Lund University)
Scattering studies of polymeric micelles and biological macromolecules

2012-02-27
Pavlik Lettinga (Research Centre Jülich Institute of Solid State Research (IFF) , Jülich)
Dynamics and colloidal rods at rest and in external fields

2012-02-21
Marianne Impéror-Clerc (Laboratoire de Physique des Solides, Université Paris-Sud, Orsay, France)
Structure and Formation of Periodic Silica-based Templated Materials: Investigation using Small Angle X-Ray Scattering

2012-02-13
Patrik Knöös (Physical Chemistry, Lund University)
Monitoring the drug release from tablets made from hydrophobically modified poly (acrylic acid)

2012-02-09
Jonas Carlstedt (Physical Chemistry, Lund University)
Tuning DNA-surfactant interactions with cyclodextrins

2012-02-06
Richard Campbell (Institute, Laue Langevin, Grenoble, France)
Impact of bulk non equilibrium effects on an oppositely charged polyelectrolyte/surfactant mixture at the air/water interface

2012-01-30
Tiago Ferreira (Physical Chemistry, Lund University)
Biomembrane models: NMR and MD simulations

2012-01-26
Sebastian Björklund, Physical Chemistry, Lund University)
Biophysical characterization of the skin barrier

2012-01-10
Joaquim Li (ESPCI, Paris)
Small angle X-ray scattering study of a drying colloidal film

Seminars 2011

2011-12-22
Agnes Michanek, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
RNA in model lipid membranes- interactions in bulk and at surfaces

2011-12-09
Richard Neutze, Department of Chemistry, University of Gothenburg
Synchrotron radiation, X-FELs and life science: the future is bright

2011-11-28
Aleksandra Dabrowska, Kings College, London, England
The supported bilayer as a platform for probing...

2011-11-28
Celen Cenker, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Towards understanding peptide self-assembly: a model system study

2011-11-04
Wolfgang Schmidt, The Max Planck Insitut für Kohlenforschung, Germany
Structure Retrievement of Ordered Mesoporous Solids by Low Angle X-ray Diffraction

2011-10-31
Dominic Lenz, Institute of Theoretical Physics, Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf, Germany
Dendrimer cluster crystals

2011-10-20
Nina Reichhardt, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Towards a responsive functional material: Modification of porosity and grafting of poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) in mesoporous silica SBA-15

 2011-10-06
Jan Noolandi, Stanford University, US
The science and technology of full cells location

2011-10-05
Jan Noolandi, Stanford University, US
The development of a new hydrogel for tissue engineering

2011-10-03
Ran Zhang, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Simulation of physical gelation in telechelic polyelectrolyte solution

2011-09-26
Frans Leermakers, Physical Chemistry & Colloid Science, Wageningen University, the Netherlands
Self-Consistent Field Modeling of Moleculary Inhomogeneous Systems

2011-09-19
Nikolay Oskolkov, DTU Nanotech, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Topological effects in entangled polymer networks

2011-09-13 
Joachim Kolbrecher, Laboratory for Neutron Scattering, Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland
Magnetic response of functionalized lipid bilayers

2011-09-12
Ana Akashina, Unilever Discovery, Wirral, UK
Atomistic simulation of skin lipids: effect of product ingredients

2011-08-29
Carlos M. Marques, Institut Charles Sadron, Strasbourg Cedex, France
Confinement of lambda-phage DNAs by phospholipids walls

2011-08-22
Hubert King, Exxon Mobile
Neutron methods in R&D

2011-07-15
B.V.R. Tata, The Indira Gandhi Centre, India
Ordering, Dynamics and Phase Transitions in Charged Colloids and Nanogel Dispersions

2011-06-20
Seyda Bucak, Department of Chemical Engineering, Yeditepe University, Istanbul, Turkey
Biomimetic Control of Magnetite Shape and Morphology using Polyaminoacids

2011-05-17
Albert P. Philipse, Physical & Colloid Chemistry, Van't Hoff Laboratory, Utrecht
Cubic Crystals from Cubic Colloids

2011-05-09
Agnieszka Nowacka, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Polarization transfer solid state NMR

2011-05-09
Mathias Ballauff, Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin, Germany
Proteins and Polyelectrolytes: A Charged Relationship

2011-04-26
Martin Medebach, TU Berlin
Light scattering experiments on concentrated suspensions

2011-04-18
Peter Jönsson, Chalmers University of Technology
Using Photobleaching and Microfluidics to Study Mobility and Mechanical Properties of Lipid Bilayers

2011-04-12
Carl Holt, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
Structure and function of the casein micelle

2011-04-11
Tahereh Mokthari, Physical Chemistry, Lund University

2011-04-04
Mika Lindén, Department of Physical Chemistry, Åbo Akademi University, Finland
In vitro and in vivo evalutations of targeted drug delivery using mesoporous silica nanoparticles as carriers

2011-03-28
Daniel Topgaard, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Multicomponent self-assembly: MD simulations and NMR

2011-03-23
Leo Lue, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom
A variational field theory approach for modeling charged colloidal solutions

2011-03-14
Alexandra Machado, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
DNA-loaded calcium alginate nanoparticles

2011-03-01
Joakim Stenhammar, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
van der Waals interactions in classical systems

2011-02-21
Mehran Asad Ayoubi, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Microphase separation in block copolymer melts

2011-02-14
Jonas Carlstedt, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Cyclodextrins, surfactants and DNA

2011-01-17
Sebastian Lages, Physical Chemistry, Lund University
Polyelectrolytes in solution

 

Seminars 2010

2010-01-18
Ingemar Wadsö (Physical Chemistry)
Microcalorimetric techniques for chemistry and biology

2001-01-21
Marie-Louise Ainalem (Physical Chemistry)
Controlling DNA compaction and the interaction with model biomembranes

2010-01-25
Heiner Linke (Nanometer Structure Consortium, Solid State Physics, Lund university)
Understanding the physics of molecular motors

2010-01-28
Steven Boxer (Stanford University)
Imaging and Reaction Dynamics in Model Membranes: Soft Nanoscience

2010-02-01
Kazu Sakamoto( Tokyo University of Science)
Peptide penetration through membrane (Curvature vs. Penetration)

2010-02-08
Matija Tomsic (University of Ljubljana)
Simple Alcohols in Microemulsion Systems of Nonionic Surfactant and their Structure in Bulk – SAXS, DLS and Monte Carlo Studies

2010-02-11
Oren Regev (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)
Phase diagrams of carbon nanotube-based systems

2010-02-15
Per Rudquist (Microtechnology and Nanoscience, Chalmers)
Liquid crystals: Present and future materials and their applications

2010-02-22
Giuseppe Lazzara (Physical Chemistry)
Thermodynamical and structural analysis of block copolymer self-assembly in water. Effect of additives.

2010-03-02
Alexandar Matic (Condensed Matter Physics, Chalmers)
Soft Matter for Energy Applications

2010-03-08
Yukiko Suganuma (Department of Physics, Ochanomizu University, Japan)
Morphological transitions of bilayer membranes triggered by external forces

2010-03-15
Tobias Ambjörnsson (Computational Biology and Biological Physics, Dept Theoretical Physics, LU)
DNA breathing and melting

2010-03-21
Håkan Wenneström (Physical Chemistry)
Physical chemical aspects of the greenhouse effect

2010-04-08
Debby Chang (Duke University)
Understanding Joint Lubrication: Friction Force Microscopy of Lubricin and Hyaluronic Acid

2010-04-12
Anna Stenstam & Kajsa Bryskhe (Colloidal Resource AB)
How to have fun making a living of Physical Chemistry - From cow blood and medical devices to portable toilets

04-20, 14
Sven Lidin (Division of Polymer & Materials Chemistry)
Stistaite - A mechanism for solid solubility and a question of order

2010-05-06
Anna Stradner (Adolphe Merkle Institute/University of Fribourg)
Protein condensation diseases seen with the eyes of a soft matter scientist

2010-05-17
Samo Lasic (Colloidal Resource / Physical Chemistry)
Morphology & Physiology by NMR Gradientology

2010-06-07
Asger Björn Petersen
(Physical Chemistry)
Specific examples of mechanism and structure determination of reactions and compounds in organic chemistry (with surprising results!)

2010-06-14
Malek Khan (Physical chemistry, Uppsala University)
The influence of discrete surface charges and surface charge clusters on the force between charged surfaces

2010-09-13
Ingrid Åslund (Physical Chemistry)
Gradient Based NMR to Measure Material Properties

2010-09-14
Robert K. Thomas
(Physical & Theoretical Chemistry Laboratory, University of Oxford)
Bilayers at the hydrophilic solid aqueous interface: adsorption, deposition, and removal

2010-09-15
Stephen Hyde
(Dept Applied Mathematics, Australian National University, Canberra)
Self-assembly of three-phase "star polyphiles". Generalised foams, novel lyotropes and some ideas regarding tricontinuous patterns

2010-09-23
Taco Nicolai (Polymères Colloïdes et Interfaces, Le Mans, France)
Tracer diffusion of particles in gels
 

2010-09-27
Dorthe Posselt (Department of Science, Roskilde University, Denmark)
Mesoscale Structure and Structural Adaptability of Chloroplast Thylakoid Membranes

2010-10-11
Samuli Ollila (Biological and Soft matter physics, Tampere University of Technology, Finland)
Local pressure calculations from molecular dynamics simulations: applications to membrane proteins and lipid droplets
 

2010-10-14
Luis Pegado (Physical Chemistry, LU)
The role of molecular solvents in double layer forces
 

2010-10-18
Yuka Sakuma (Department of Physics, Ochanomizu University, Japan)
Self-birthing of Vesicle
 

2010-10-20
Alfred Delville (Université d`Orleans, France)
Structural and dynamical properties of confined liquids: an experimental and numerical analysis

2010-11-01
Shigeyuki Komura (Department of Chemistry, Tokyo Metropolitan University)
Phase separation dynamics in membranes: effects of bulk fluid
 

2010-11-08          
Magnus Johansson (Surface and Corrosion Scienc, KTH)
Hydration of biomimetic membranes - laser spectroscopy studies

2010-11-15
Eric Freyssingeas (Université de Lyon, Laboratoire de Physique)
Evolution of the Global Internal Dynamics of a Living Cell Nucleus during Interphase
 

2010-11-30
Luciano Galantini (Sapienza University of Rome, Italy)
Self-Assembly of Bile Salt Derivatives

2010-12-08
Salome Santos
(Physical Chemistry)
Associative polymer-polymer and polymer-surfactant systems: phase behaviour and the influence of chemical reactions

2010-12-16
Per Hansson (Pharmaceutical Physical Chemistry, Uppsala University)
Spatial distribution of proteins and surfactant micelles in charged polymer networks

Seminars 2009

2009-01-12
Hanna Wacklin 
(the National Deuteration Facility, Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Institution; ANSTO)
Structure of phospholipid mixtures probed by neutron reflectometry and small angle scattering

2009-01-14
Cecilia Leal 
(University of California Santa Barbara)
Soft matter to silence genes: a combination of x-ray scattering and live cell work
 

2009-01-26
 Reidar Lund (Donostia International Physics Center, San Sebastian, Spain)
 Equilibrium & Non-equilibrium Kinetics of Block Copolymer Micelles 

2009-02-02
 Mikael Lund
 (Theoretical Chemistry)
 Specific ion binding to macro-molecules 

2009-02-04
 Shunai Che 
(Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China)
 Synthesis of Mesoporous Silica by Co-structure Directing Method 

2009-02-09
 Cliff Woodward
 (Canberra, Australia)
 Advances in density functional theory of polymers 

2009-02-11
 Kristoffer Almdal
 (DTU Nanotech)
 Segregated polymer media. Order, disorder, and possibilities in particle synthesis 

2009-02-16  
 Eveliina Lammentausta 
(Dept. Diagnostic Radiology, Oulu - University Hospital, Finland)
 MR characterization of articular cartilage 

2009-02-18
 Daniel Topgaard
 (Physical Chemistry)
 Docent lecture: Principles of magnetic resonance imaging 

2009-02-23
 Thomas Ederth (
Sensor Science and Molecular Physics, Linköping)
 Lipid bilayer-induced secondary structure in de novo designed peptides 

2009-03-16
 Björn Persson 
(Theoretical Chemistry)
 Self-aggregation of Lactoferrin 

2009-03-23
 Katarina Edwards
 (Div. Physical Chemistry, Uppsala University)
 Nanodisks and Nuclisomes - from model membranes to targeted drug delivery 

2009-03-30
 Sindra Peterson Årsköld
 (Center for Molecular Protein Science, Lund University)
 Probing membrane proteins. Monitoring proton-translocation quantitatively 

2009-04-06
 Cedric Dicko
 (Pure and Applied Biochemistry, Lund; Oxford Silk group, Oxford University)
 Silk, a short story of everything! 

2009-04-14
 Dominic Walsh 
(UCD Conway Institute of Biomolecular and Biomedical Research, University College Dublin)
 Oligomers on the brain: the role of Abeta oligomers in Alzheimer’s disease

2009-05-04
 Alex Evilevitch (Center for Molecular Protein Science, Lund University)
 Biophysics of Viral Infectivity - Matching Genome Length and Virus Size 

2009-05-11
 Thomas Fabien
 (Laboratoire Environnement et Minéralurgie, VANDOEUVRE LES NANCY)
 Clays - Crystal structure and macroscopic behaviour 

2009-05-18
 Johan Mattsson
 (Condensed Matter Physics, Chalmers)
 Are colloidal and molecular glass formation related? 

2009-05-25
 Christoffer Åberg
 (Physical Chemistry)
 Non-Equilibrium Phase Transformations at the Air-Liquid Interface 

2009-06-02
 Peter Linton 
(Physical Chemistry)
 Formation mechanism of mesoporous silica - Tailor new materials 

2009-06-08
 Björn Roos 
(Theoretical Chemistry)
 The multiple chemical bond, illustrated with a number of dichromium complexes

2009-06-15
 Ian Hamley
 (University of Reading)
 Self-Assembly of Amyloid Peptide Fragments and Copolymers 

2009-09-14
 Martin Lundqvist
 (Biophysical chemistry)
 Interactions between nanoparticles and proteins - the size of the nanoparticles matter

2009-10-12
 Ingrid Åslund
 (Physical Chemistry)
 Determining the homogeneous length scale and the intracellular diffusion through pulsed field gradient NMR. 

2009-10-19
 Ivan Scheblykin
 (Chemical Physics)
 Single molecule spectroscopy of light emitting conjugated polymers 

2009-10-21
 Bruno Medronho 
(University of Coimbra)
 Lamellae and Onions in a Nonionic Surfactant System: A Summary of 4 Years Project 

2009-10-26
 Lennart Piculell
 (Physical Chemistry)
 Deposition at solid surfaces from associating polymer/surfactant mixtures in water 

2009-11-02
 Alexei R. Khokhlov 
(Physics Department, Moscow State University)
 Viscoelastic Behavior of Magnetic Elastomers in a Homogeneous Magnetic Field 

2009-11-05
 Peter Holmqvist 
(Inst Solid State Research, Forschungszentrum Jülich)
 Dynamics in soft matter 

2009-11-09
 Niklas Källrot
 (Physical Chemistry)
 Dynamics of Polymer Adsorption onto Solid Surfaces in Good Solvent 

2009-11-16 
 Peter Linton 
(Physical Chemistry)
 Formation of mesoporous SBA-15 from a colloidal perspective 

2009-11-23
 Maité Paternostre 
(Institute of biology technologies - CEA Saclay)
 Lanreotide, a specific case for deciphering peptide self-assembly driving forces 

2009-11-30
 Ingemar André
 (Biochemistry, Lund University)
 Structure Prediction and Design of Protein Assemblies 

2009-12-07
 Salomé Santos
 (Physical Chemistry) 
 
Associating polymer-polymer and polymer-surfactant systems: phase behaviour and the influence of chemical reactions 

2009-12-14
 Dan Lundberg 
(Physical Chemistry, LU) & Dept Chemistry, Univ Coimbra)

 Effects on Transfection Efficiency and Physicochemical Character of a Lipid-Based Gene Delivery Formulation of the Inclusion of a Single-Tailed Amino Acid-Based Amphiphile

Conferences

September 2-7, 2012
European Colloid and Interface Society Congress
Slagthuset, Malmö

July 23-27, 2012
Association in Solution III - Self-Assembly: From Bio-Colloids to Nano-Engineering.
Bifröst University, Iceland

October 25-27, 2011
Soft and hard materials 
Kårhuset, Lund