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Prof. Dr. Stephan Förster - Bayreuth
Faculty of Biology, Chemistry and Earth Sciences / Department of Chemistry
Chair of Physical Chemistry I
Chairholder Prof. Dr. Stephan Förster
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 Curriculum Vitae:
Job History
2010 – present
Full Professor, Chair Physical Chemistry I, University of Bayreuth
2000 –2009
Full Professor, Institute of Physical Chemistry, University of Hamburg
1993 – 1999
Group Leader, Max-Planck Institute for Colloids and Interfaces, Golm
Education
1993 – 1999
Habilitation in Physical Chemistry, University of Potsdam / Max-Planck Institute for Colloids and
Interfaces
1992 – 1993
Post-Doctoral Researcher, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA
1989 – 1992
PhD Chemistry, University of Mainz / Max-Planck Institute for Polymer Research
1989
Diploma Chemistry (G. Wegner) University of Mainz
1983 – 1989
Studies of Chemistry, University of Mainz and University of Toronto, Canada
Awards and other resposibilities
1986
Student Fellowship, Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdients (DAAD)
1989
Ph.D. Fellowship, Fonds der Chemischen Industrie (FChI)
1992
Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)
1998
Hermann-Schnell-Award of the German Chemical Society (GDCh)
2008
Call to a Full Professor position, University of Karlsruhe (declined)
Since 2008
Editorial Advisory Board, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics
2008-2012
Member of the Chemistry Review Board (Fachkollegium) DFG
2010
Honorary Guest Professor, University of Melbourne, Australia
2012
ERC Advanced Grant
since 2014
Associate Editor, Macromolecules
since 2014
Managing director of Bayreuth Center for Colloids and Interfaces , University of Bayreuth
 Research Focus
Emergence, development and functionalization of structures at the nano- and mesoscale.
Faculty of Biology, Chemistry and Earth Sciences / Department of Chemistry
Chair of Physical Chemistry I
Chairholder Prof. Dr. Stephan Förster
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Colloid and Polymer Self-Assembly
Nanoparticle nucleation and growth, nanoparticle and polymer self-assembly, polymer micelles and vesicles
Microfluidics
Flow-focusing devices, new chip materials, soft-lithography, 3D-printing, microjet and microfiber production
Scattering and Microscopy Methods:
Light-, X-ray-, and neutron scattering; cryo-electron TEM and SEM; confocal and video microscopy
Quasicrystals
Nanocomposites
 Publications
1. A. Exner, S. Rosenfeldt, S. Fischer, P. Lindner, S. Förster
„Defect accomodation in nanostructured soft crystals”
Nanoscale (2014), 6, 1635-1645
2. M. Trebbin, D. Steinhauser, J. Perlich, A. Buffet, S. V. Roth, W. Zimmermann, J. Thiele, S. Förster
„Anisotropic particles align perpendicular to the flow-direction in narrow microchannels“
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (2013), 112, 550-553.
3. M. Bieligmeyer, S. M. Taheri, I. German, C. Boisson, C. Probst, W. Milius, V. Altstädt, J. Breu, H.-W. Schmidt, F.
D’Agosto, S. Förster
“Completely miscible polyethylene nanocomposites”
J. Am. Chem. Soc. (2012), 134, 18157 – 18160
4. T. Lunkenbein, M. Kampermann, Z. Li, C. Bojer, M. Drechsler, S. Förster, U. Wiesner, A. Müller, J. Breu
„Direct synthesis of inverse hexagonally ordered diblock copolymer/polyoxometalate nanocomposite films“
J. Am. Chem. Soc. (2012), 134, 12685-12692.
5. S. Fischer, A. Salcher, A. Kornowski, H. Weller, S. Förster
„Completely miscible nanocomposites“
Angew. Chem. Ind. Ed. (2011), 50, 7811
6. S. Fischer, A. Exner, K. Zielske, J. Perlich, P. Lindner, S. Deloudi, W. Steurer, S. Förster
„Colloidal quasicrystals with 12-fold and 18-fold symmetry“
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (2011), 108, 1810.
7. C. Schliehe, B. H. Juarez, M. Pelletier, S. Jander, D. Greshnykh, M. Nagel, A. Meyer, S. Förster, A. Kornowski, C.
Klinke, H. Weller
„Ultra-thin PbS-sheets by two-dimensional oriented attachment“
Science (2010), 329, 550-553.
8. M. S. Nikolic, A. Kornowski, A. Rank, R. Schubert, A. Frömsdorf, H. Weller, S. Förster
“Micelle and vesicle formation of amphiphilic nanoparticles”
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. (2009), 48, 2752.
Faculty of Biology, Chemistry and Earth Sciences / Department of Chemistry
Chair of Physical Chemistry I
Chairholder Prof. Dr. Stephan Förster
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9. M. Krack, H. Hohenberg, A. Kornowski, P. Lindner, H. Weller, S. Förster
“Nanoparticle-loaded magnetophoretic vesicles“
J. Am. Chem. Soc. (2008), 130, 8572.
10. S. Förster, A. Timmann, C. Schellbach, A. Frömsdorf, A. Kornowski, H. Weller, S. V. Roth, P. Lindner
“Order causes secondary Bragg-peaks in soft materials“
Nature Materials (2007), 6, 888.
 Contact
Prof. Dr. Stephan Förster
Chairholder Physical Chemistry I
Universität Bayreuth
95440 Bayreuth
Phone: 0921/55-2760
Fax: 0921/55-2780
E-Mail: [email protected]
Homepage: http://www.pci.uni-bayreuth.de/chair_pci/en/index.htmll
Faculty of Biology, Chemistry and Earth Sciences / Department of Chemistry
Chair of Physical Chemistry I
Chairholder Prof. Dr. Stephan Förster
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Cooperations
Joint Publications:
UBT - AUS
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S. Förster, A. Timmann, M. Konrad, C. Schellbach, A. Meyer, S.S. Funari, P. Mulvaney, R. Knott
“Scattering curves of ordered mesoscopic materials“
J. Phys. Chem. B. (2005), 109, 1347;
UBT-UBT (max. 10 selected)
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Müller, M.; Kuttner, C.; König, T.; Tsukruk, V.; Förster, S.; Karg, M.; Fery, A., A Plasmonic Library Based on
Substrate-Supported Gradiential Plasmonic Arrays. ACS Nano 2014, Article ASAP, DOI: 10.1021/nn503493c.
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C. Stegelmeier, V. Filiz, V. Abetz, J. Perlich, A. Fery, P. Ruckdeschel, S. Rosenfeldt, S. Förster
„Topological paths and transient morphologies during formation of mesoporous block copolymer membranes“
Macromolecules (2014), accepted
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Pillai, S. K. T.; Kretschmer, W. P.; Denner, C.; Motz, G.; Hund, M.; Fery, A.; Trebbin, M.; Förster, S.; Kempe, R.,
SiCN nanofibers with a diameter below 100 nm synthesized via concerted block copolymer formation,
microphase separation, and crosslinking. Small 2012, 9 (7), 984–989.
Visits, Sabbaticals, Presentations:
Sabbatical/Honorary Guest Professor, University of Melbourne, 2010 (group of Prof. Franc Caruso)