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Bio-interfaces: From molecular understanding to application - BIOCONTROL (Professor Per Claesson)

  Period: 2006-10-01 - 2009-09-30

BIOCONTROL is an EU sponsored Marie Curie Research and Training Network aiming at controlling biological functions at, or on, bio-interfaces. It is based on the recent recognition of the importance of » more
Modification and characterization of surfaces for nanochemistry applications (Eva Blomberg)

Period: 1999-10-01

The correct utilisation of surface chemical principles is of extreme importance when designing new devises for analysis of small sample volumes (down to picoliters). The obvious reason for this is the » more
Molecular and thermodynamic theories of interfacial structures (Professor emeritus Jan Christer Eriksson)

Period: 1993-01-01

The thermodynamic properties of interfaces are of fundamental importance for the understanding of surfactant aggregation into a multitude of geometrically different micelles, emulsions and liquid » more
Molecular forces between surfaces. Influence of surface chemistry, adsorption and solution condition (Professor Per Claesson)

Period: 1985-01-01 - 2010-12-31

Our research comprises fundamental surface chemical studies in the areas of adsorption, interparticle and intermolecular forces, wetting, surface modification, surface characterisation and » more
Multifunctional nanoparticles formed by polyelectrolyte complexes (Professor Per Claesson)

Period: 2006-01-01 - 2009-06-30

This project concerns the build-up of well-defined, multifunctional and hierarchical nanoparticles using self-assembly of oppositely charged polyelectrolytes into polyelectrolyte complexes, PECs. It » more
Multilayered films (Eva Blomberg)

Period: 2003-01-01

Molecularly organised films such as polyelectrolyte multilayers are currently gaining interest in many areas. It has been shown that they can be used in many applications, for example, integrated » more
Responsive surface assemblies - RESPONSE (Andra Dedinaite)

Period: 2003-04-03 - 2008-12-31

This project aims at understanding complexes of polyions, i.e., polyelectrolytes, nanoparticles and surfactant aggregates, assembling on supporting surfaces. Such systems broadly occur in diverse » more
Spontaneous formation of nanostructures and responsive nanolayers by novel macromolecules and surfactants - PE-NANOSTRUCTURES (Professor Per Claesson)

Period: 2006-04-04 - 2008-04-03

PE-NANOSTRUCTURES is an EU sponsored individual Marie Curie Fellowship. The research programme is based on two fields of research concerning the novel family of comb-like polyelectrolytes that have a » more


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