Currently an Academic Starter and Senior Scientist at the Leibniz Institute for Polymer Research (IPF in Dresden). His current research interests are mainly in functional polyesters from radical ring opening polymerisation and functional hydrogels. However, some self-assembly continues to appear along the way. Jens is very active in science communications and appears on stage at Science Slams. Download CV.
Chen is a PhD student with his own fellowship from the China Scholarship Council (CSC). His research is on responsive hydrogels and associated to the research training group “Hydrogel-Based Microsystems”.
Andrea is a PhD student within the research training group “Hydrogel-Based Microsystems” with the TU Dresden and working on hydrogels as a basis for microreactors in microfluidics. She is mainly supervised by Dr. Dietmar Appelhans.
Nikolai is a PhD student within the research training group “Hydrogel-Based Microsystems” with the TU Dresden and working on hydrogels as sensor materials for microfluidic applications.
Yiyi is a PhD student with her own fellowship from the Chinese Scholarship Council (CSC). Her research is focussed on the synthesis of mulit-responsive biodegradable polyesters from RROP.
Fabian is a research associate with a research focus on tuning RROP with new polymerisation methods. He is working in collaboration with the group of Prof. Nico Bruns at Strathclyde University and will start his PhD soon with a fellowship from the Evonik foundation.
Tom is a master student working on the synthesis of responsive hydrogels as part of our efforts in the research training group “Hydrogel-Based Microsystems”.
Li is a Bachelor student working on a block-copolymers from RROP and their self-assembly in solution.
Julian Heinrich (TU Dresden), Jenny Folini (Roche), Sven Freimann (Uni Basel), Wigdan Murad (Uni Basel), Pascale Welsch (Novartis).
All current students are under the academic supervision of Prof. Dr. Brigitte Voit.
Email adresses: lastname(at)ipfdd.de or lastname-firstname(at)ipfdd.de.