The first scientific module of the IGS-FP is now open for registration (Link down below).The module is open for all interested PhD students but members of the IGS-FP will be given priority. All other applicants will be chosen depending on their registration time in chronological order.
Date: January 24th-25th 2019
Application Period extended: Dec 14th 2018 – Jan 18th 2019
The module “Selected Methods and Applications for Particle Investigation” will comprise the following topics: Zeta – Potential, Surface Plasmon Resonance, Contact Angle Measurements, Polymer based parenteral controlled drug delivery. Lectures and Labcourses will be held on two full days.
Continue reading Registration closed – Scientific Module: Selected Methods and Applications for Particle Investigation
On Tuesday December 18th at 5:15 pm Prof. Walter Focke will give a talk about
“The effect of migration of small molecules in polymers on the design of controlled release devices for malaria vector control”
Malaria vector control aims to prevent malaria parasite transmission by either repelling or killing the disease transmitting mosquitoes. In the latter case the insect killing is done either before humans are bitten or, rather surprisingly, afterwards! Controlled release of repellents and insecticides, over extended periods of time, is required in order to achieve these goals cost effectively.
Continue reading [SFB 102] PSM-Seminar: Prof. Walter Focke
The PhD meeting of this month will take place on December 10th. Reema will give a talk about:
Activation of biocompatible polysaccharides for making biomimetic surface coatings with recombinant growth factors for regeneration of bone and ligaments
time: 4 pm
place: SR 1.03 Von-Seckendorff-Platz 1
Abstract: Continue reading PhD-Meeting December 2018 – Talk by Reema Anouz