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Department of Chemistry
Hornluftdosierung an einer Spritzpistole im Praktikum Lackapplikation Show image information
Kolorierte Rasterelektronenmikroskopaufnahme eines Effektpigmentes Show image information
Mittels des PeakForce QNM-Messmodus lassen sich nanomechanische Eigenschaften am Rasterkraftmikroskop ermitteln. Show image information
Kolorierte Rasterelektronenmikroskopaufnahme einer mmonodispersen Polymerdispersion Show image information
Probenwechsel unter dem Infrarotstrahler Show image information
Ermittlung der Kornfeinheit mittels Grindometer im Praktikum Show image information

Hornluftdosierung an einer Spritzpistole im Praktikum Lackapplikation

Photo: Irina Regehr, CMP, Universität Paderborn

Kolorierte Rasterelektronenmikroskopaufnahme eines Effektpigmentes

Photo: Nadine Buitkamp, CMP, Universität Paderborn

Mittels des PeakForce QNM-Messmodus lassen sich nanomechanische Eigenschaften am Rasterkraftmikroskop ermitteln.

Photo: Irina Regehr, CMP, Universität Paderborn

Kolorierte Rasterelektronenmikroskopaufnahme einer mmonodispersen Polymerdispersion

Photo: Nadine Buitkamp, CMP, Universität Paderborn

Probenwechsel unter dem Infrarotstrahler

Photo: Irina Regehr, CMP, Universität Paderborn

Ermittlung der Kornfeinheit mittels Grindometer im Praktikum

Photo: Irina Regehr, CMP, Universität Paderborn

Coating Materials & Polymers
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Bremser

Research & Development

The research group Coating Materials & Polymers (CMP), headed by Prof. Dr. Bremser, focuses on advanced materials and process science. CMP unifies the fields of classical chemistry and polymer engineering. Major topics include synthesis and functionalization of polymeric materials such as high-performance polymers, nano particles and adhesives.

The research group Biobased & Bioinspired Materials by Dr. Oliver Strube focuses on nanostructuring biological polymers on surfaces by enzyme-moderated autophoresis and bio-based materials in the coating area and biomimetic structures.

Polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) acts as a tethered liquid on different polymer matrices. PDMS forms covalently bound liquid-like domains via phase separation. There are many different applications. It can be used as an anti-fouling coating for ships, in fuel cells to ease the water transportation or for the use in selflubricating wire coatings.

Layer by layer and electrophoretic deposition of aqueous graphene dispersions result in novel materials with extraordinary properties. Positive and negative charges are introduced via non-covalent bonding between pristine graphene sheets and stabilizer particles or monomers respectively. Thin Films can be produced by anodic deposition of negative charged Graphene Sheets. Possible applications include conductive coatings with increased mechanical properties and solar cells.

Within the project funded by the ERDF and the European Union, a new hybrid material is being developed. The approach is “top-down”, meaning the starting point is a material-independent consideration of the requirements by extensive simulation. The field of activity of the CMP lies in the development of network systems which are specially adapted to the challenges of joining different types of materials.
(Projects homepage: http://tecup.de/lhybs/)

Head

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Wolfgang Bremser

Technical Chemistry - Research Group Bremser

Wolfgang Bremser
Phone:
+49 5251 60-5706
Fax:
+49 5251 60-3244
Office:
NW2.872
Web:

In addition to the left presented research subjects the working group Coatings, Materials and Polymers concentrates or concentrated on further topics, which are gathered on the following page.

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