Research Group





















 Former Group Members



 





































    














Honorary Guest: Dr. Konrad Kaufmann

 










Matthias Schneider 
Assistant Professor
Ph.D., University of Munich
*Co-Advisor @Augsburg (Germany)












Christian Fillafer
Sound Waves in Cell
(Postdoctoral Associate)











Thermodynamic couplings at Bio-Interfaces
(PhD-Student)
I am exploring a fundamentally new class of signaling mechanism in the form of interfacial sound pulses in biomembranes. I have previously established an opto-mechanical approach to thermodynamically characterize these pulses in the model system of lipid monolayers at the air/water interface. I am currently working on the nonlinear aspects of these pulses such as self phase modulation and soliton formation which could challenge the current paradigm on Nerve Pulse Propagation and provide a thermodynamic basis for the new signalling mechanism.




 Dominik Breyer*
 Von Willebrand under Force.
 (PhD-Student)  













Andreas Hartmann
Smart Implants, Enzymes and the Bio-Force-Probe.
(PhD-Student)














Bernhard Fichtl*
Physical Contol of Catalysis
(PhD-Student)












Christoph Westerhausen*
VWF under Force and Nanoparticle 
Membrane Interaction 
(PhD-Student)














Kumudesh Sritharan

Microfluidcs in Biology

(PhD Thesis)












Daniel Steppich


VWF under stress 

(PhD Thesis)














Christian Leirer


Phase Transitions in membranes - morphology and permeability

(PhD Thesis)











Stephan Nuschele


The Role of Interfaces in Enzyme
Activity and Cell Adaptation

(PhD Thesis)











Juergen Neumann


SAW driven patterns in membranes 
(PhD-Thesis)













Josef Greisbauer

Accoustic waves on phospholipids membranes. 
(PhD-Thesis)














Stefan Boessinger
Controll of Fluctuations and Ion Channels. 
(PhD-Student)














Florian Strobl*
Nanoparticle Membrane Interaction
(Diploma-Student)














Mohammad (Babak ) Fallah*
Bio-Microfluidcs: Cell Adhesion on VWF
(PhD-Student)















Jennifer I. Angerer*
VWF - Platelets Inteaction in Flow
(PhD-Thesis) (cooperation with A. Reiniger, LMU)























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