Publications of Dirk-M. Drotlef

Journal Article (7)

Journal Article
Neubauer, J. W.; Xue, L.; Erath, J.; Drotlef, D.-M.; del Campo, A.; Fery, A.: Monitoring the Contact Stress Distribution of Gecko-Inspired Adhesives Using Mechano-Sensitive Surface Coatings. ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces 8 (28), pp. 17870 - 17877 (2016)
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Drotlef, D. M.; Appel, E.; Peisker, H.; Dening, K.; del Campo, A.; Gorb, S. N.; Barnes, W. J. P.: Morphological studies of the toe pads of the rock frog, Staurois parvus (family: Ranidae) and their relevance to the development of new biomimetically inspired reversible adhesives. Interface Focus 5 (1 ), 20140036 (2015)
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Drotlef, D.-M.; Blümler, P.; del Campo, A.: Magnetically Actuated Patterns for Bioinspired Reversible Adhesion (Dry and Wet). Advanced Materials 26 (5), pp. 775 - 779 (2014)
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Drotlef, D.-M.; Blümler, P.; Papadopoulos, P.; del Campo, A.: Magnetically Actuated Micropatterns for Switchable Wettability. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 6 (11), pp. 8702 - 8707 (2014)
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Drotlef, D.-M.; Stepien, L.; Kappl, M.; Barnes, W. J. P.; Butt, H.-J.; del Campo, A.: Insights into the Adhesive Mechanisms of Tree Frogs using Artificial Mimics. Advanced Functional Materials 23 (9), pp. 1137 - 1146 (2013)
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Cui, J. X.; Drotlef, D. M.; Larraza, I.; Fernandez-Blazquez, J. P.; Boesel, L. F.; Ohm, C.; Mezger, M.; Zentel, R.; del Campo, A.: Bioinspired Actuated Adhesive Patterns of Liquid Crystalline Elastomers. Advanced Materials 24 (34), pp. 4601 - 4604 (2012)
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Papadopoulos, P.; Deng, X.; Mammen, L.; Drotlef, D. M.; Battagliarin, G.; Li, C.; Müllen, K.; Landfester, K.; del Campo, A.; Butt, H.-J. et al.; Vollmer, D.: Wetting on the Microscale: Shape of a Liquid Drop on a Microstructured Surface at Different Length Scales. Langmuir 28 (22), pp. 8392 - 8398 (2012)

Thesis - PhD (1)

Thesis - PhD
Drotlef, D.-M.: Bio-inspired reversible adhesives. Dissertation, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz (2013)
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