We use polymer synthesis as a tool to prepare macromolecules with precision in their structure and composition. Our research aims at producing materials with responsive (macroscopic) properties and to take advantage of supramolecular specific and non-specific interactions to obtain higher order structures.

Tuning Morphologies Based on Polymer Sequence

We employ metathesis polymerizations to prepare copolymers with controlled monomer sequences. When these polymers self-assemble, the resulting structures are correlated to the macromolecular composition. Ultimately, we aim to be able to tune the obtained moprhology by expanding the rules of self-assembly.


Our work is in line with the activities of the SFB1176.

We are open to collaborations with other groups and/or incoming students! Please contact me to get in touch.

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