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Dr.  Emanuel  Schneck
Dr. Emanuel Schneck
Group Leader
Phone:+49 331 567-9404Fax:+49 331 567-9402

Physics of Biomolecular Interfaces

Our research is focused on the physical chemistry of soft matter at interfaces. With the help of x-ray and neutron scattering and complementary methods we investigate soft interfaces of biological and wet- or biotechnological relevance in order to determine their structure on molecular and supramolecular (mesoscopic) length scales. Such structural insight is prerequisite to understand important interface properties and can serve as a basis for the rational design of interfaces with defined functionalities. In the biological domain our work is mostly concerned with biomembranes, their mutual interactions, and their response to adsorption processes and other stimuli.

Research

Our research is focused on the physical chemistry of soft matter at interfaces. With the help of x-ray and neutron scattering and complementary methods we investigate soft interfaces of biological and wet- or biotechnological relevance in order to determine their structure on molecular and supramolecular (mesoscopic) length scales. Such structural insight is prerequisite to understand important interface properties and can serve as a basis for the rational design of interfaces with defined functionalities. In the biological domain our work is mostly concerned with biomembranes, their mutual interactions, and their response to adsorption processes and other stimuli. [more]
Victoria Latza, PhD student<br />Dr. Samantha Micciulla, Postdoc<br />Ignacio Rodriguez-Loureiro, PhD student<br />Dr. Ernesto Scoppola, Postdoc<br />Dr. Emanuel Schneck, Group leader<br />Dr. Cristina Stefaniu, Postdoc

Group Members

Victoria Latza, PhD student
Dr. Samantha Micciulla, Postdoc
Ignacio Rodriguez-Loureiro, PhD student
Dr. Ernesto Scoppola, Postdoc
Dr. Emanuel Schneck, Group leader
Dr. Cristina Stefaniu, Postdoc [more]
49) V. M. Latza, I. Rodriguez-Loureiro, G. Fragneto, E. Schneck  End point vs. backbone specificity governs characteristics of antibody binding to poly(ethylene glycol) brushes Langmuir, accepted (2018)

Publications

49) V. M. Latza, I. Rodriguez-Loureiro, G. Fragneto, E. Schneck
End point vs. backbone specificity governs characteristics of antibody binding to poly(ethylene glycol) brushes
Langmuir, accepted (2018) [more]
 
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