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Biophysics and Molecular Materials

Welcome to the Chair of Applied Physics, Biophysics and Molecular Materials


Positions available:

PostDoc Positions / Biophysics of Force-Sensing Kinases / Designer-Cellulosomes by Single Molecule Cut & Paste

PostDoc Positions / Background in biotechnology, biophysics, and fluorescence imaging necessary

Group leaders:

     HermannGaub    benoit_cropped    lipfert_j_resized_cropped     diana_converted
      Prof. Hermann Gaub       Dr. Martin Benoit        Prof. Jan Lipfert               Dr. Diana Pippig
                (Chair)                                               (Lipfert Lab webpage)    
                                                                                                          

Research Areas:


Molecular Devices

The rapid development of scanned probe technologies allowing the precise application and measurement of minute forces has opened exciting new perspectives in bio-analytics...read more



 


Designer Cellulosomes - Fuel from Waste

designer cellulosomesBiofuel from wood and waste will be a substantial share of our future energy mix.The hydrocarbons in these materials are tightly packed by lignin.
The conversion of lignocellulose to fermentable polysaccharides is the current bottleneck...read more


Cell Adhesion

celladhesionCell to cell adhesion between live Dictyostelium cells was measured in a collaboration with Gerisch's group at the MPI Martinsried...read more


 



Force & Function

force and functionGiven the prominence of strain resisting structures e.g. cytoskeleton, muscle or proteins involved in cell adhesion, force sensors play a pivotal role in the maintenance of viability and integrity of organisms....read more

 



 

Single Molecule Cut & Paste

Nanoscale Functional Assembly

single molecule cut and pasteBottom up assembly of functional molecular ensembles with novel properties emerging fromcomposition and arrangement of
its constituents is a prime goal of nanotechnology...read more

 

 

 

Emeriti:

      sackmann    prof_stierstadt   

Prof. Erich Sackmann  Prof. Klaus Stierstadt   

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