Debye Colloquium

Debye Colloquium - 3D-Flow Analysis in Bijels Reconfigured for Interfacial Catalysis (3D-FABRIC)

debye colloquium, Martin Haase
Dr. Martin Haase

This Debye Colloquium, 3D-Flow Analysis in Bijels Reconfigured for Interfacial Catalysis (3D-FABRIC), will be given by dr. Martin Haase from the department of Chemical Engineering of Rowan University, USA.

Dr. Martin Haase, Assistant Professor at Rowan University, USA will visit the Debye Institute and present some of his work on bijels – bicontinuous interfacially jammed emulsions. In his talk, he will discuss a new method for bijel fabrication: Solvent Transfer Induced Phase Separation (StrIPS), and how such bijels can be reconfigured for interfacial catalysis. In addition to catalysis applications, studying StrIPS bijels addresses fundamental questions regarding nanoparticle assembly, phase seperation, colloid stability, transport phenomena and fluid mechanics.

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Marinus Ruppert building, Room D

No registration required, admission is free.