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Biomaterials, composites and polymers - Our research subjects
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The research at the Chair of Materials Science (MatSci) at the Otto-Schott-Institute for Materials Research is based on three pillars:

  • Biomaterials/Bio-Inspired Materials - Materials for Life Sciences
  • Polymer Nanostructures and Thermodynamics - Soft Matter
  • Composites

The work focuses on the development of high-performance and functional materials and the understanding of structure-property relationships at the interfaces of these materials.

The methodological and analytical emphasis of the chair are in the fields of microscopy and spectroscopy (OM, SPM, TEM, SEM, XPS etc.).

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