Electrochemistry of Biosystems
Linking Glucose Oxidation to Luminol-based Electrochemiluminescence using bipolar Electrochemistry
Asymmetric Modification of TiO2 Nanofibers with Gold by Electric-Field-Assisted Photochemistry
Stimuli-responsive microgels for electrochemiluminescence amplification

 

serbie University of Belgrade  
  • Contact: Dragan D. Manojlović, Ph.D. Associate Professor.
  • Interests:Analytical Chemistry, Modern Instrumental Methods in Analythical Chemistry, Selected Methods of Instrumental Analysis, Sensors.
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etats unis Tufts University  
  • Contact: David R. Walt, Ph.D. Robinson Professor of Chemistry.
  • Interests: Bioanalytical Chemistry, Materials Chemistry, Biochemistry and Nanoscience.
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flag-uk Cambridge University  
  • Contact: Jeremy J. Baumberg, Ph.D. Professor.
  • Interests: Nanostructures with unusual interactions with light, plasmonic structures, photonic crystals, semiconductor microcavities.
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thailande Kasetsart University  
  • Contact: Jumras Limtrakul, PhD. Professor.
  • InterestsPhysical Chemistry, Nanochemistry/Catalysis, Computational Chemistry, Nanoscience & Honotechnology
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rep tcheque University of Pardubice  
  • Contact: Karel Vytřas, PhD. Professor.
  • Interests:Modern instrumental methods in analysis of materials, food and biological samples. New analytical and diagnostic methods.
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flag-uk University of Southampton  
  • Contact: Phil N. Bartlett, PhD. Professor of Electrochemistry.
  • InterestsElectrochemistry, sensors, electropolymerised films, modification of electrode surfaces, bioelectrochemistry, SERS, nanostructured materials
univ-southampton
 

italie University of Padova  
  • Contact: Paolo Pastore, PhD. Professor.
  • Interests: Ultramicroelectrodes, amperometric detection in flow systems, sensors for ECL, application of mathematical methods on titration curves or voltammetric responses.
padova
 

australie Swinburn University of Technology  
  • Contact: Paul Stoddart, PhD. Associate Professor.
  • Interests: Applied optics and biophotonics, fibre optic sensors, Raman spectroscopy and laser nerve stimulation.
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italie Ca'Foscari University of Venice  
  • Contact: Paulo Ugo, PhD. Professor.
  • Interests:Electrochemical determination of small molecules of interest, synthesis and asymmetrical modification of semiconductor and metal nanowires.
venice
 

allemagne Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces  
  • Contact: Rumiana Dimova, PhD. Group Leader.
  • InterestsSystematic measurements of the properties of lipid bilayers, membrane responses to external factors, fundamental cellular phenomena and morphologies of cell organelles.
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allemagne Universität Des Saarlandes  
  • Contact: Rolf Hempelmann, Ph.D. Professor.
  • InterestsNanoparticulate photoinitiators, Photocatalytic Water Splitting, Electrochemical cleavage of lignin dissolved in ionic liquids, Electroenzymatic regio-and stereroselektive syntheses.
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serbie University of Kragujevac  
  • Contact: Rastko D. Vukićević, PhD. Professor.
  • Interests: Organic Chemistry, Applied Chemistry, Combinatorial Chemistry.
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allemagne RWTH Aachen University  
  • Contact: Walter Richtering, Ph.D. Professor of Physical Chemistry.
  • InterestsStructure and dynamics of complex polymer and colloid fluids, light, neutron and X-ray scattering, microscopy, confocal fluorescence spectroscopy and rheology.
aachen
 

suisse ETH Zürich  
  • Contact: Lucio Isa, PhD. Assistant Professor.
  • Interests: Nanoscale wetting of individual colloids at liquid interfaces, Core-shell nanoparticles at liquid interfaces, Fabrication of 2D particle arrays for colloidal lithography.
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allemagne Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems  
  • Contact: Peer Fischer, PhD. Professor of Physical Chemistry.
  • InterestsNanopropellers and their biomedical applications, Janus particles and colloidal molecules, Physical chemistry of chirality and chiral nanostructures.
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suisse University of Geneva  
  • Contact: Jérôme Lacour, PhD. Professor.
  • Interests: Organometallic reactivity and asymmetric transformations, Very stable synthetic, physical and biological applications of (chiral) carbocations, NMR chiral substances enantiodifférenciation.
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flag-uk Cambridge University  
  • Contact: Oren A. Scherman, Ph.D. University Lecturer.
  • Interests: Synthesis of functional nanosystems, controlled polymer architectures and dynamic supramolecular assemblies through molecular recognition processes.

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russie Lomonosov Moscow State University  
  • Contact: Arkady A. Karyakin, Ph.D. Professor.
  • Interests: Development of novel electrochemical biosensors and immunosensors on the basis of conductive polymers, electroactive inorganic polycrystals and self-assembled multilayers.
MSU
 

 

Uphill production of dihydrogen by enzymatic oxidation of glucose without an external energy source


Monday, 13 August 2018
E. Suraniti, P. Merzeau, J. Roche, S. Gounel, A. G. Mark, P. Fischer, N. Mano, A. Kuhn Nature Comm. 2018, 9:3229 Chemical systems do not allow the coupling of energy from several simple reactions to drive a subsequent reaction, which takes place in... Read More...

Electrically Controlled Nano and Micro Actuation in Memristive Switching Device with On-Chip Gas Encapsulation


Monday, 09 July 2018
D. Kos, H. P. A. G. Astier, G. D. Martino, J. Mertens, H. Ohadi, D. De. Fazio, D. Yoon, Z. Zhao, A. Kuhn, A. C. Ferrari, C. J. B. Ford, J. J. Baumberg Small, 2018, in press, doi.org/10.1002/smll.201801599 Nanoactuators are a key component for... Read More...

TRPV1 activation induced by modulated or unmodulated 1800 MHz radiofrequency field exposure


Monday, 18 June 2018
Ruigrok, H.J., Arnaud-Cormos D., Hurtier A., Poque-Haro E., Poulletier de Gannes F., Ruffié G., Bonnaudin F, Lagroye I., Sojic N., Arbault S., Lévêque P., Veyret B. and Percherancier Y. Radiation Research, 2018, 189 (1), 95-103 The existence of... Read More...