Light Degradable Polymers
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
Doctoral candidate, since 2018
Development of multicompartmental polymer structures by electrohydrodynamic co-jetting.
University of Michigan, USA
Visiting Researcher, Group of Prof. Dr. J. Lahann, Biointerfaces Institute, 07/2019 – 08/2019
Project: Development of magnetic Janus particles for cooperative switching.
Visiting Researcher, Group of Prof. Dr. J. Lahann, Biointerfaces Institute, 01/2019 – 04/2019
Electrohydrodynamic co-jetting of particles and fibers.
Prof. Dr. M. Franzreb, KIT, 2018
Thesis: Studies on the use of a magnetically controlled fluidized bed as a particle electrode in electrochemical reactions.
Institute for Safety and Environment, KIT, 07/2016 – 05/2017
Research about the complex of themes of radon in foreign countries
Evaluation of radon measuring campaigns in private households located in Baden-Wuerttemberg
Collaborative work in the accredited KIT radon laboratory.
Intern in Manufacturing Science and Technology, Mannheim 2015
Investigations on extractables from elastomers (GMP-compliant work).
Prof. Dr. C. Syldatk, KIT, 2015
Thesis: Optimization of a fermentation with Escherichia coli for production of a recombinant protein.
On Demand Light‐Degradable Polymers Based on 9, 10‐Dialkoxyanthracenes. F. Becker, M. Klaiber, M. Franzreb, S. Bräse, J. Lahann. Macromolecular Rapid Communication, 2020, 2000314.
Cooperative Switching in Large‐Area Assemblies of Magnetic Janus Particles. S. Hwang, T. D. Nguyen, S. Bhaskar, J. Yoon, M. Klaiber, K. J. Lee, S. C. Glotzer, J. Lahann. Advanced Functional Materials, 2020,1907865.