CRC 1411 – Design of Particulate Products

CRC 1411- Design of Particulate Products

The key objective and long-term vision of Collaborative Research Centre 1411 is the targeted design of particulate products by rigorous optimisation based on predictive structure-property and process-structure functions.
We target scientific breakthroughs in the product engineering of nanoparticles with optimised optical properties produced by continuous synthesis directly coupled to property-specific classification of nanoparticles by chromatography. These challenges are addressed from different perspectives in four strongly interlinked research areas. These will be underpinned by the development of joint methodologies in synthesis, classification, characterisation as well as modelling, simulation, and optimisation.

 

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Following the renewal of CRC1411 for the next 4 years, we have several open doctoral researcher positions (f/m/d, TV-L E13). Our research efforts span the entire process chain, from continuous syntheses, via self-assembly into defined structural arrangements, to chromatographic separation and modell...

We are happy to announce that our CRC1411 will receive fundings to continue its research for the next 4 years. After a successful first funding period under the guidance of Prof. Wolfgang Peukert, we will continue our activities with Prof. Nicolas Vogel as spokesperson, and Prof. Martin Hartmann wil...

Our PIs Michael Engel, Andreas P. Fröba and Matthias Thommes, our Vice Spokesperson Martin Hartmann, first funding period Spokesperson Wolfgang Peukert and designated second funding period Spokesperson Nicolas Vogel are among the top 2% cited scientists according to the prestigious Stanford List. Th...

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