Research Training Group 2154 - Materials for Brain

  • 01. - 06.12.2019: Materials Research Society (MRS) Fall Meeting, Boston, USA
    - M.Sc. Wiebke Reichstein:
    Functional Polymer Thin Films with Tailored Properties by Initiated Chemical Vapor Deposition
    - M.Sc. Katarina Siemsen:
    Mechanically Tunable Structured Hydrogels and Their Impact on Cells
     
  • 04.12.2019: Research Seminar, School of Engineering, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Australia
    M.Sc. Lea Jessen:
    Corrosion and mechanical properties of magnetron sputtered free standing Mg-Ag thin films
     
  • 27.09.2019: Medtronic, Medical Engineering, Minnesota, USA
    M.Sc. Prasanth Velvaluri:
    Thin film flow-diverter stents based on superelastic Shape Memory Alloys (SMA)
     
  • 09. - 13.09.2019: European Society for Biomaterials, Dresden, Germany
    M.Sc. Christina Schmitt:
    1. Curcumin attenuates effects of (reduced)-Graphene Oxide tetrapodal networks as novel implant materials on cytotoxicity, inflammation & glial scarring in murine acute brain slices and human cell lines in vitro
    2. Inhibition of acute and chronic neuroinflammation and glial scarring by liposomal curcumin on murine acute brain slices and human cell lines in vitro
     
  • 03.09.2019: Mechanics Research Seminar, Department of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, University of Minnesota, USA
    M.Sc. Prasanth Velvaluri:
    Thin film flow-diverter stents based on superelastic Shape Memory Alloys (SMA)
     
  • 25. - 30.08.2019: 11th Biometal, Symposium on Biodegradable Metals, Alicante, Spain
    Dipl.-Ing. Reneé Unbehau:
    Influence of extracellular matrix compounds and cell metabolites on magnesium degradation
     
  • 17. - 19.06.2019: 4th Euro Intelligent Materials Conference, Kiel, Germany
    - Prof. Dr.-Ing. Eckhard Quandt:
    Design optimization for thin film based flow diverter stents for the treatment of intracranial aneurysms
    - M.Sc. Lea Jessen:
    Magnetron sputtered freestanding MgAg films with ultra-low corrosion rate
    - M.Sc. Florian Rasch:
    Macroscopic and highly porous 3D networks: Fabrication and biomedical applications
    - M.Sc. Katharina Siemsen:
    3D environments for cells – Microchannels in biofunctional hydrogel
    - M.Sc. Sandra Sindt:
    Cell adhesion on hydrogels: The influence of layer thickness
    - Dipl.-Ing. Reneé Unbehau:
    Influence of glioblastoma multiforme cell lines on magnesium degradation
     
  • 05. - 08.06.2019: Nanotech Poland 2019 & Nanotechnology and Innovation in the Baltic Sea Region, Poznan, Poland
    M.Sc. Vivian Adamksi:
    Encapsulation of AT101 in cubosomal-shaped nanoparticles for glioblastoma therapy
     
  • 13. - 17.05.2019: Shape Memory and Superelastic Technologies (SMST) Conference and Exposition, Konstanz, Germany
    - Prof. Dr.-Ing. Eckhard Quandt:
    Shape Memory Thin Films
    - M.Sc. Prasanth Velvaluri:
    Design optimization for Nitinol thin film based flow diverter stents for the treatment of intracranial aneurysms
     
  • 08. - 09.05.2019: 5th European Symposium & Exhibition on Biomaterials and Related Areas (BioMAT), Weimar, Germany
    - Prof. Dr. Christine Selhuber-Unkel:
    Functional materials for applications in the brain
    - M.Sc. Katharina Siemsen:
    3D environments for cells – Adaptable micro-channels in biofunctionalized hydrogels
     
  • 31.03. - 05.04.2019: DPG-Spring Meeting (Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft e.V.), Regensburg, Germany
    M.Sc. Sandra Sindt:
    Cell Adhesion as a Function of Hydrogel Layer Thickness: From Thin Layers to Bulk Samples
     
  • 27.02.2019: Mathematical Design for Solid Complex Materials, Isaac Newton Institue, Cambridge, UK
    Prof. Dr.-Ing. Eckhard Quandt:
    Shape Memory Thin Films for Medical Applications
     
  • 15.01.2019: Design of New Materials, DNMW01, Isaac Newton Institue, Cambridge, UK
    Prof. Dr.-Ing. Eckhard Quandt:
    Supercompatibility and its role on fatigue in shape memory materials