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End of Byonicum

Bionic innovation towards environmental protection – The successful end of our joined project BayBionik with the Bavarian State Ministry of the Environment and Consumer Protection was celebrated at a final… Read More »End of Byonicum

Salva AMI news

From sticky mussel-inspired chemistry to the slippery liquid-infused surfaces, we could combine two bioinspired approaches with opposite interfacial properties to fabricate repellent surfaces with an in-situ self-functionalizing lubricant! New paper… Read More »Salva AMI news

Giulia and teresa prize

We’re very happy our research caught some attention at the recent in-person events we attended! Teresa was awarded the best poster prize both at Processnet and Bioinspired Material 2022 and Giulia… Read More »Giulia and teresa prize

Junwei Angew Chem

New paper by Junwei Wang et al on Polyhedral Metal-Organic Framework particles are assembled in droplets into supraparticles that exhibit structural color is out! find it here

Junwei adv mat cover

Congrats to Junwei to make it to the cover of Advanced Materials with his recent article on how to easily make double emulsion!

MAP poster session 2022

Curious to know more about the research going on at FAU and about the elite master program MAP? The English-taught interdisciplinary M.Sc. programme “Advanced Materials and Processes” (MAP) offers their… Read More »MAP poster session 2022

Junwei adv mat

Little budget, no microfluidic experience, but want to make water-in-oil-in-water droplets? No problem. Teaming up with SMaL, Junwei develop a simple method to make double emulsions of a single core and a micrometer-thick shell,… Read More »Junwei adv mat

Yara’s prize

Congratulations to Yara for winning the best presentation prize at The 1st AUGM (Asociacion de Universidades Grupo Montevideo)  – BAYLAT (Bavaria-Latin America University Center)PhD Student Symposium on “Materials for Energy, Environment and Health.

Yara’s paper

A new paper by our PhD student Yara was just published in ACS Omega! In this work, we showed how hierarchical surface roughness can enhance the stability of a ionic liquid… Read More »Yara’s paper

Herbert’s defense

Yesterday Herbert successfully defended his PhD thesis, becoming the second PhD graduate from the Vogel Group. Congratulations!

Eric review

A chiral plasmonics review? Don´t panic, we have you covered! In our review, we discuss mostly harmless theory, as well as the design and fabrication of large-area chiral plasmonic substrates.… Read More »Eric review

anisotropic Si nanowire

Together with Fedja Wendisch and Gilles R. Bourret we fabricated anisotropic Si nanowire arrays over large areas. The pallet of the possible cross-sections was extended to elliptical and crescent-shaped wires using MACE and colloidal… Read More »anisotropic Si nanowire

Salvas paper

A new paper by our PhD student Salvatore was just accepted in Advanced Materials Interfaces! In this work, we showed how repellent liquid-infused surfaces can adhere to various substrates via mussel-inspired… Read More »Salvas paper

Teresa girls day

Teresa showed her research project “Auf Rutschpartie mit der Kannenpflanze” to interested young female students and answered questions about being a female scientist in engineering at the Girls Day of Bionicum Nürnberg… Read More »Teresa girls day

Teresa and salva at bionicum

Salvatore and Teresa presented their research on the Baybionik project “Auf Rutschpartie mit der Kannenpflanze” at the “Ideenforum Bionicum” last week. You can watch the virtual event on YouTube.  

Eric poster prize

Eric won a prize for his contributed talk about ‘Chiral Surface Lattice Resonances’ in this year’s nanoGe spring meeting (#NSM21). The symposium about self-organization at all scales (#SELFNC21) took place… Read More »Eric poster prize