Groups | Dept. Landfester

We are interested in energy transport in optically-created densely-populated organic triplet ensembles. [more]
Our group is developing artificial cells that mimic the architecture, functionality, and behavior of living cells. We employ methods from polymer chemistry, materials science, and biochemistry to create cell-mimics for applications in synthetic biology and nanomedicine. [more]
We focus on the combination of photocatalysts with classical polymers to form new heterogeneous photocatalytic materials. [more]
Our group focuses on the characterization of nanoparticles within the body and the nanoparticle-based treatment of tumors. [more]
A glance at the details opens the window to understanding. By means of microscopic investigation of macromolecular structures we investigate their relationship to their function. We develop new methods to visualize nanosized structures using electron microscopy. [more]
The Mailänder group is focusing on translating drug nanocarriers into clinically relevant applications by understanding their potentials and hurdles. [more]
Our group focuses on (bio-)polymer characterization as well as understanding and controlling biomolecule interactions with nanomaterial surfaces. [more]
We develop photocatalytic polymers for organic redox reactions, artificial photosynthesis, environmental catalysis and photobiocatalysis. [more]
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