Chemistry & Materials at ISTA comprises theoretical and experimental approaches.
Experimental research is carried out in the area of physical chemistry such as functional nanomaterials (Ibáñez), materials electrochemistry (Freunberger), or explores how one can change the behavior of microparticles by powering them (Palacci). Groups on the interfaces to biochemistry are interested in the physico-chemical aspects of protein dynamics and interactions (Schanda), and self-organization of protein systems (Loose).
On the theory side, research areas include computational materials science (Cheng), or work on the intersection of soft matter physics, biology and physical chemistry, to study physical mechanisms underlying biological processes at the nanoscale (Saric).
COMPLETE CHEMISTRY & MATERIALS RESEARCH GROUP DETAILS ON ISTA’S MAIN SITE:
You can also find more information on upcoming Talks, Events and Courses on the dedicated Physics, Chemistry and Maths site physicsandbeyond.