Bart Vorselaars visits the Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology of the University of Waterloo in Canada for a joint research project with Prof. Mark Matsen and Dr. Russell Spencer.
Status: 2005 – active Support: UCLan Abstract The structure and phase behaviour of concentrated surfactant-water and polymer-water mixtures which form lyotropic liquid crystal mesophases are being studied. In particular, work is focused […]
Status: 2003 – 2007; 2011 – active Support: FOM (2003 – 2007), UCLan Abstract: Large systems of self-propelling particles (SPP) form a special class of so-called active matter. Examples of such systems […]
Status: 2009 – active Support: EPSRC CASE, Chemistry Innovation KTN, Accelrys Ltd Abstract: In this project we are aiming to develop methods for computer-assisted design of advanced soft nanostructured materials. This is […]
Status: start 1 November 2010 – active Support: VolkswagenStiftung Abstract: Heterogeneous membranes play a crucial role for many cellular processes and in biorelated nanotechnology. This project builds upon existing methodology and aims […]
Status: start 1 April 2010 – active Support: EU NanoSci-E+ Abstract: The continuous demand for device miniaturization poses technological and economic barriers that cannot be answered by current fabrication techniques. This proposal […]
Status: active Support: EPSRC CASE (2005-2009), Royal Society (2006, 2007, 2008), HPC-Europa (2007, 2008, 2009), Royal Society of Chemistry (2009, 2010), Nuffield Foundation (2010), UCLan Abstract: Block copolymers (BCP) are long chain […]