BayBionikVideo
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.  
20 03 16 Prize NSM – Eric
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 on the 11th and 12th of March, this year online due to given circumstances. Congratulations Eric!
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We are proud to announce that Nicolas received the “Best lecturer” award from the MAP students during the annual MAP poster session. Thanks to all the students for the engagement during the semester and during the event!
NewYearParty2021
The Vogel lab celebrated the new year 2021 with a digital zoom party. It was a fun evening with games and quizes and we hope that everyone enjoyed it. We are all impatiently looking forward to a real, in-person party in this year and hope that life will normalize eventually!…
Eric
We are pleased to announce that Eric was elected as the vice president of “SPIE student chapter” at Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg. SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, was founded in 1955 to advance light-based technologies. Serving 255,000 constituents from 183 countries, the not-for-profit society advances emerging technologies through…
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Nicolas presents a seminar with the title “Tailoring structural coloration in self-assembled materials” as a part of the lecture series „Soft Interface Seminar“ organized by our Japanese colleagues Prof. Takahara-sensei, Prof. Yusa-sensei, Prof. Sakai-sensei and Prof. Fujii-sensei. The seminar will take place on Friday, December 18, 2020 at 17:30-19:00 (JST)…
MRSMeeting
2020 Virtual MRS session: Lessons from nature: from biology to bioinspired materials featuring members of the Aizenberg family. For nearly 50 years, researchers from around the world have converged in Boston for the preeminent materials event of the year—the MRS Fall Meeting. Due to COVID-19, this year’s meeting is being…
GroupPhoto_zoom
It was about time to update our group photo. Due to the current restrictions of the covid pandemic, our meetings are currently virtual. We all hope that we will be able to meet in person again soonish. Untill then stay healthy and positive! Do not forget to smile! 🙂 
TobisFirma
Our alumnus Tobias was featured in the last week’s edition of the well-known German economics magazine “Wirtschaftswoche” together with his brother. They have founded the company Atlas Aero GmbH in summer 2019 and are developing a personal hybrid airplane called Origin – a flying car so to say, also known…
EmYW6O4XcAAKIV9
In the summer semester 2020, different departments of the university launched the „Publikumspreis für exzellente Lehre“ (Audience Award for Excellent Teaching). All students of the Department of Chemical and Biological engineering had the opportunity to nominate lecturers who have distinguished themselves through particularly good teaching and innovative solution to the…
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Prof. Vogel and his team introduce research topics of the group. We see how biological functionalities such as the self-cleaning surfaces of plants or the shining colors of animals can be reproduced in the lab by controlling the structure of materials using self-assembly processes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkn_hyMjibw
Niki2
Nicolas is presenting in the Particle-Based Materials Symposium 2020. The Particle-Based Material Symposium is a small workshop (50-100 participants) that has, in the last 4 years, brought together (mainly) young scientists and engineers from different communities that all share the goal of creating functionality in materials using particles. This year,…
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Nicolas will present at the NICE-Conference on October 14, 2020. The NICE-Conferences are organized with the objective to share new developments in the field of bioinspired chemistry & materials as well as in Optics Photonics & Materials and to understand new challenges that are being faced in these fields of…
BayBionikVideo
As part of our collaboration with BayBionik, Teresa and Salva explain how their repelling surfaces work. This collaborative project focuses on developing new enviromental friendly coatings which could be utilized to make different surfaces slippery. Such slippery surfaces have a vast range of applications from self-cleaning windows to anti-icing surfaces.  …
EricGoerlitzerPoster
Eric won a prize for his poster and flash presentation entitled ‘Chiral Surface Lattice Resonances’ in this year’s London Plasmonics Forum. The London Plasmonics Forum has been held annually at King’s College London since 2015, but in 2020 this was not possible due to COV-ID 19. The committee decided to…
AM-Cover
Our result on plasmonic chiral surface lattice resonances is featured on this week’s back cover of Advanced Materials. Congratulations, Eric!
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Prof. Vogel will give an online webinar presentation on colloidal assembly in confined geometries in this year’s I-PCG webinar series. The webinar takes place on 14.05.2020 at 17.00 (CEST). For more information please visit the I-PCG website.  
Small-Frontispiece
Our result on Wetting‐Controlled Localized Placement of Surface Functionalities within Nanopores is featured on this week’s cover of Small. Congratulations!
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ITN Network Limnoplast starts research on microplastics in freshwater systems The Vogel group participates as a partner in the “LimnoPlast” EU research and training project on the distribution of microplastics in European rivers and lakes. This “Innovative Training Network (ITN)”, which is funded for four years to the tune of…
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At this years annual poster presentation of the Advanced Materials and Science masters-programm, Lukas was awarded the best poster prize for the presentation of his work on synthetic opals. Besides, Nicolas received the best-lecturer-award as voted by the MAP students. Congratulations to both!
BayBionikVideo
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.  
20 03 16 Prize NSM – Eric
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…
IMG-20210212-WA0008
We are proud to announce that Nicolas received the “Best lecturer” award from the MAP students during the annual MAP poster session. Thanks to all the students for the engagement…
NewYearParty2021
The Vogel lab celebrated the new year 2021 with a digital zoom party. It was a fun evening with games and quizes and we hope that everyone enjoyed it. We…
Eric
We are pleased to announce that Eric was elected as the vice president of “SPIE student chapter” at Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg. SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, was…
Bild1
Nicolas presents a seminar with the title “Tailoring structural coloration in self-assembled materials” as a part of the lecture series „Soft Interface Seminar“ organized by our Japanese colleagues Prof. Takahara-sensei,…
MRSMeeting
2020 Virtual MRS session: Lessons from nature: from biology to bioinspired materials featuring members of the Aizenberg family. For nearly 50 years, researchers from around the world have converged in…
GroupPhoto_zoom
It was about time to update our group photo. Due to the current restrictions of the covid pandemic, our meetings are currently virtual. We all hope that we will be…
TobisFirma
Our alumnus Tobias was featured in the last week’s edition of the well-known German economics magazine “Wirtschaftswoche” together with his brother. They have founded the company Atlas Aero GmbH in…
EmYW6O4XcAAKIV9
In the summer semester 2020, different departments of the university launched the „Publikumspreis für exzellente Lehre“ (Audience Award for Excellent Teaching). All students of the Department of Chemical and Biological…
Vogel1
Prof. Vogel and his team introduce research topics of the group. We see how biological functionalities such as the self-cleaning surfaces of plants or the shining colors of animals can…
Niki2
Nicolas is presenting in the Particle-Based Materials Symposium 2020. The Particle-Based Material Symposium is a small workshop (50-100 participants) that has, in the last 4 years, brought together (mainly) young…
niki1
Nicolas will present at the NICE-Conference on October 14, 2020. The NICE-Conferences are organized with the objective to share new developments in the field of bioinspired chemistry & materials as…
BayBionikVideo
As part of our collaboration with BayBionik, Teresa and Salva explain how their repelling surfaces work. This collaborative project focuses on developing new enviromental friendly coatings which could be utilized…
EricGoerlitzerPoster
Eric won a prize for his poster and flash presentation entitled ‘Chiral Surface Lattice Resonances’ in this year’s London Plasmonics Forum. The London Plasmonics Forum has been held annually at…
AM-Cover
Our result on plasmonic chiral surface lattice resonances is featured on this week’s back cover of Advanced Materials. Congratulations, Eric!
niki-400×400-1
Prof. Vogel will give an online webinar presentation on colloidal assembly in confined geometries in this year’s I-PCG webinar series. The webinar takes place on 14.05.2020 at 17.00 (CEST). For…
Small-Frontispiece
Our result on Wetting‐Controlled Localized Placement of Surface Functionalities within Nanopores is featured on this week’s cover of Small. Congratulations!
post-limnoplast-featureImage
ITN Network Limnoplast starts research on microplastics in freshwater systems The Vogel group participates as a partner in the “LimnoPlast” EU research and training project on the distribution of microplastics…
post-posterawarrd-featureImage
At this years annual poster presentation of the Advanced Materials and Science masters-programm, Lukas was awarded the best poster prize for the presentation of his work on synthetic opals. Besides, Nicolas…