Modern Microfluidic Reaction Systems, Controlled Radical Polymerization, Amphiphilic Self-Assembly, Biocompatible Materials, Time-resolved X-ray Scattering Methods.
Mohammad Vakili graduated with the Masters degree in Nanoscience from the University of Hamburg in 2015, with a semester of research based at the University of Sheffield in England. He is currently pursuing his PhD in the group of Professor Martin Trebbin and his research activities include the development of microfluidic devices for nanoparticle synthesis and the investigation of ultrafast reaction kinetics in microfluidic geometries.
(Available for your Bachelor/Master thesis!)
- Custom-made Polymeric Liquid Jet Devices
- Microfluidic Liquid Jet Devices for Fiber Spinning
- Laser micromachining for X-ray compatible Liquid Jet Devices
University of Hamburg
Centre for Ultrafast Imaging
Building 222, Room 218
Luruper Chaussee 149
22761 Hamburg, Germany
Tel.: +49 (0) 40 8998 4794