PhD position in the Field of Nanomedicine
We offer a PhD position in the field of nanomedicine.
Development of novel and innovative molecular tools for bioactive functionalization of nanocellulose based coatings
A protein-engineering based approach is used to develop novel nanocellulose based bioactive coatings. The newly functionalized coatings will be evaluated on biochemical functionality and cytocompatibility to validate their potential in woundhealing application.
Atomic Force Microscopy of Micro-pillars under a Compressive Load
The Laboratory for Mechanics of Materials and Nanostructures is looking for a student in Materials Science or Mechanical Engineering to combine two cutting-edge techniques to help understand how materials deform.
Cardiovascular Calcification: An integrative approach combining materials science and biochemistry
In this project you will synergistically combine advanced materials characterization techniques and biochemical analysis to achieve a fresh view on the underlying pathophysiological process in cardiovascular calcification.
Nanoglue for Wound Healing and Tissue Grafting
We offer a crossdisciplinary thesis project where you will develop a bioactive tissue glue for wound healing and tissue grafting applications.
Multiscale Correlative BioImaging
We offer a project where you will exploit the immense potential of a novel sample prepara-tion method to gain new insights into the realm of biochemistry and structure-function relations. You will build on promising pilot study data where we demonstrated that the new embedding procedure enables acqu
LICARA NanoSCAN – a web based tool for sustainable nanomaterials
Empa, TNO and the Nano-Cluster Bodensee designed the LICARA NanoSCAN together with partners from industry and science to help SMEs to develop sustainable innovative nanomaterials, products and applications. The LICARA NanoSCAN helps to assess the benefits and risks of nanomaterials.
Risk assessment of nanomaterials
Nanoparticles (NP) are already contained in many commercial products. During various stages of the life cycle of a product, NP can be released into the environment. The aim of this work is to investigate release, transformations and fate of NP in the environment, based on a life-cycle perspective.
Optimal structural properties of carbon aerogel adsorbers for efficient and sustainable cooling.
Carbon aerogels are a promising water adsorber for sustainable cooling systems using waste heat. In the further development of these systems the adsorber needs to be tailored to specific applications. Thus the influence of the structural properties on the adsorption behaviour needs to be studied.

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