Natural world is temperature dependent. Processes in colloids, such as self-assembly and phase transitions, can be steered by very small changes in temperature. Therefore, it is important to perform such experiments on colloids and active matter under precise thermal control.
In this webinar, Dr. Jaroslav Icha from Interherence will briefly introduce our miniaturized stage top incubator VAHEAT that can stabilize the temperature directly in the field-of-view. Our two academic speakers will introduce their research focused on colloids.
Dr. Ahu Gümrah Dumanli Parry: "Soft matter self-assembly for sustainable, biomimetic and functional materials"
Dr. Bas van Ravensteijn: "Characterization and Assembly of Stimuli-Responsive Colloidal Particles"
Dr. Dumanli-Parry's talk talk will cover the interesting phenomenon of anisotropic self-assembly to produce optically chiral active matter and fabrication tools in developing structurally coloured materials. Dr. Ravensteijn's talk will focus on synthesis of colloidal and macromolecular systems through self-assembly processes.
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Host: Interherence GmbH