Biofunctional materials and nanoparticles

  • Typ: Vorlesung (V)
  • Lehrstuhl: KIT-Fakultäten - KIT-Fakultät für Chemie und Biowissenschaften
  • Semester: SS 2024
  • Dozent: Prof. Dr. Pavel Levkin
  • SWS: 2
  • LVNr.: 5159
  • Hinweis: Präsenz

Mo 09:45-11:15 10.81, Raum: IOC Seminarraum 201, 2. OG, Geb. 30.42

Dear all, the lecture will start on April 17th (Monday). The lecture will take place in the IOC seminar room in building 30.42, 2. OG. Seminar room 201!


This lecture provides a comprehensive overview of the chemical methods used in the production of biofunctional materials, surfaces, and nanoparticles. The topics covered in the lecture include surface functionalization, surface patterns, and procedures for the production and functionalization of nanoparticles.

In addition to these fundamental topics, the lecture offers a fascinating insight into the world of biofunctional materials and surfaces. You will learn the latest state-of-the-art chemical methods used to produce highly functional and adaptable surfaces that can interact with biological systems.

The lecture covers surface functionalization in detail, demonstrating how it can be used to create highly specific chemical and biological recognitions that can be employed in a variety of applications such as targeted drug delivery and biosensors. You will also discover the importance of surface patterns that can be used to control cell adhesion and promote tissue growth, leading to the development of innovative biomaterials for regenerative medicine.

Moreover, the lecture will delve into the synthesis and functionalization of nanoparticles, including their use as drug carriers and imaging agents. You will learn the chemical techniques used to produce nanoparticles with precisely controlled size and shape, as well as their functionalization with specific biomolecules for targeted delivery.

If you are interested in the latest research and technologies driving biomedical innovation, this lecture is definitely suitable for you!