TU/e Distinguished Professor Stupp at ICMS

Professor Samuel I. Stupp will visit ICMS July 15-18 2014. During his stay he will give two lectures. The first lecture is entitled “Supramolecular systems for solar fuels and photovoltaics” and will be delivered Wednesday July 16, 16.00 hrs. Professor Stupp will give his second lecture entitled “Supramolecular dynamics and bioactivity”  on Friday July 18, […]

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Minister Bussemaker visited ICMS

Dr. Jet Bussemaker, Minister of Education, Culture and Science of The Netherlands has visited ICMS on June 16, 2014. Her visit aimed at getting to know better the four running Gravitation programs in which the Eindhoven University of Technology is involved. The first program of these four that received a Gravitation grant is the Research […]

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Interview with Prof.dr. Roeland Nolte in C2W

Roeland Nolte, Emeritus Professor of Organic Chemistry at the Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands, and former Director of the Institute for Molecules and Materials of this University talks about his ongoing research activities. C2W is the two-weekly magazine of the Royal Netherlands Chemical Society (KNCV). You can read the 3-page interview in C2W#10  here (only […]

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Roeland Nolte will deliver the 7th International ICMS Materials Lecture

The International Centre for Materials Science at the Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore is organizing an International “Winter School on Frontiers of Materials Science” during December 1-5, 2014 jointly  with the Cambridge University and the Sheikh Saqr laboratories. Roeland Nolte will  deliver the seventh International Materials lecture of ICMS on December 2, […]

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Macromolecules attention for Patrick Stals and TU/e colleagues

Patrick Stals, Martijn Gillissen, Tim Paffen, Tom de Greef, Peter Lindner (Institut Max von Laue-Paul Langevin), Bert Meijer, Anja Palmans and Ilja Voets have published their recent work on folding polymers with pendant hydrogen bonding motifs in water where they investigated the effect of polymer length and concentration on the shape and size of single-chain […]

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Yulan Chen and Rint Sijbesma in Science

Etienne Ducrot and Costantino Creton of ESPCI Paris Tech, Markus Bulters of DSM Ahead and Yulan Chen and Rint Sijbesma of TU/e ICMS have published their recent work in Science. The article is covered in a Materials Science Perspective by Jian Ping Gong in the same edition of Science Magazine as well. Check the publication […]

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