The “Lange Nacht der Forschung 2018” was a full success! We had many curious visitors that enjoyed our booth on color – especially the UV room, where they could look at many different luminescent objects under UV light. We are looking forward to our upcoming public outreach events this year!
We invited Cell Press lead editor Stefano Tonzani to give a talk. On Monday 9th of April, he’ll speak about “Submit a paper, get published. But what happens in between?” at 5pm at TU Wien. Find the abstract here and join us for his talk.
We are very happy that Lukas (right) joined us for his MSc thesis, and that Patrick (left) joined us as research assistant. Check out their team member pages of Lukas and Patrick!
We will answer that question with experiments and a lot of hands-on materials at our booth at the Long Night of Research 2018. Visit us on Apr 18th from 5pm on at our booth. Read more about our booth on the Long Night of Research Homepage, and in TU Wien’s announcement.
The German industry magazine Maschinen Markt just published a feature about our outstandingly stable polyimide particles that we will present at this year’s Hannover Messe. Read the feature here.
We are presenting the outstandingly stable polyimide particles that can be generated by our technology hydrothermal polymerization at this year’s Hannover Messe. Visit us there from April 23-27 at booth D18 in hall 5 – Miriam, Michi JT and Dietmar will be there during the entire tradeshow. For more information, read TU Wien’s press release on our Read more about Presentation of High-performance Polyimide Particles at Hannover Messe[…]
The whole team participated in the 1st Vienna Polymer (ViP) group meeting held at University of Vienna and hosted by Prof. Alexander Bismarck‘s group. Michi J.T. and Tobia gave a talk, and Alonso, Lukas L, Manuel and Elias presented posters on their projects. Great event showcasing the breadth of Viennese polymer research!
Miriam answered 5 questions in TU Wien’s staff magazine frei.haus – read the interview here.
The special issue “Polymer Morphology and Characterization” of Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics guest edited by Ophelia K. C. Tsui, Shinji Ando and Miriam is now online. We are indebted to all authors for their fabulous contributions! Have a look at the issue here, and also read our editorial here.
The highlight article “Hot water generates crystalline organic materials” is now online at Angewandte Chemie International Edition. Also available in German – read it here: “Heißes Wasser ermöglicht Kristallinität in organischen Materialien“