Jana and Lisa attended the AVS68 in Pittsburgh, both giving a talk. Jana presented her work on tuning the amphiphilicity of alginic acid-based polyelectrolyte multilayers to enhance marine fouling resistance, and Lisa talked about the anti-fouling properties of amphiphilic zwitterionic hydrogels.
Jana and Samantha presented their research at the 5th Young Materials Researchers Day. Jana gave a talk about tuning the amphiphilicity of alginic acid-based polyelectrolyte multilayers to enhance marine fouling resistance, and Samantha won a poster prize for her poster about NO-releasing hybrid polymers. Congratulations!
Finally out! Our publication about the influence of backbone and charge separation on the fouling resistance of polysulfabetaines by Jana and Julian is now published in Advanced Materials Interfaces.
Optimizing Fouling Resistance of Poly(Sulfabetaine)s through Backbone and Charge Separation Karthäuser, J. F.; Koc, J.; Schönemann, E.; Wanka, R.; Aldred, N.; Clare, A. S.; Rosenhahn, A.; Laschewsky, A.; Rosenhahn, A. Advanced Materials Interfaces 2022, 9 (33), 2200677. https://doi.org/10.1002/admi.202200677.
Interested in fouling-inhibiting plastrons? Emilys new paper is finally out, congratulations!
Thermoregeneration of Fouling‐Inhibiting Plastrons on Conductive Laser‐Induced Graphene Coatings by Joule Heating Manderfeld, E.; Nunes Kleinberg, M.; Thamaraiselvan, C.; Arnusch, C. J.; Rosenhahn, A.; Rosenhahn, A. Advanced Materials Interfaces 2022, 2201336. https://doi.org/10.1002/admi.202201336.
Samantha attended the International Symposium on “Confinement-Controlled Chemistry and presented her work about the plasmonic response of nanoparticles in polymer confinement.
Jana, Onur and Regina attended the Biointerfaces International Conference in Zurich and presented their research with poster contributions.
Lejla, Lisa, Thorsten and Axel attended the International Antifouling Conference 2022 in Gothenburg.
Emily successfully passed her PhD defense. Her work focused on antifouling strategies using carbon and silicone based coatings which form surface active species.
Our new article on alginate-based multilayers is published in ACS Applied Materials Interfaces. Congratulations to Thuva and Jana!
Amphiphilic Alginate-Based Layer-by-Layer Coatings Exhibiting Resistance against Nonspecific Protein Adsorption and Marine Biofouling Gnanasampanthan, T.; Karthäuser, J. F.; Spöllmann, S.; Wanka, R.; Becker, H.-W.; and Axel Rosenhahn, A. ACS Applied Materials Interfaces 2022 14 (14), 16062-16073 DOI: 10.1021/acsami.2c01809
Andreas and Christophs new article on Μ‐XRF Imaging in HeLa Cells is now published, congratulations!
Spatial Distribution of Intracellular Ion Concentrations in Aggregate‐forming HeLa Cells Analyzed by Μ‐XRF Imaging Gräfenstein, A.; Rumancev, C.; Pollak, R.; Hämisch, B.; Galbierz, V.; Schroeder, W. H.; Garrevoet, J.; Falkenberg, G.; Vöpel, T.; Huber, K.; Ebbinghaus, S.; Rosenhahn, A. ChemistryOpen 2022, 11 (4). https://doi.org/10.1002/open.202200024
Interested in the the reduction of fouling by alternating potentials? Our new paper is finally out, congratulations to Jana Schwarze!
Reduction of Biofilm Accumulation by Constant and Alternating Potentials in Static and Dynamic Field Experiments Schwarze, J.; Koc, J.; Koschitzki, F.; Gardner, H.; Hunsucker, K. Z.; Swain, G. W.; Rosenhahn, A. Biofouling 2022, 38 (2), 119–130. https://doi.org/10.1080/08927014.2022.2027923.
Florian, Jana and Robin successfully finished their PhD in December 2020.