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Harald Fuchs
Research Unit Chair
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KIT Campus North
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Karlsruhe Nano Micro Facility

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Dip-Pen Nanolithography (DPN) and Related Techniques

The Dip-Pen Nanolithography (DPN) Group at the Institute of Nanotechnology (INT) of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) focuses on the advancement and application of dip-pen nanolithography and related techniques like polymer pen lithography (PPL) for the site-specific chemical and bio-chemical modification of surfaces and devices.

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NEWS

Molecular Printer Setup
New Company:

Sylwia and Uwe are switching from our group to work full time on the commerzialisation of our printing setups in the new founded n.able GmbH. All the best for the exciting journey!

Multiplexed PPL with Phospholipids
PPL Printing of Phospholipids:

"Writing Behavior of Phospholipids in Polymer Pen Lithography (PPL) for Bioactive Micropatterns" by Angelin et al. in Polymers 11 (2019) 891

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Bingquan Yang
New PhD Student:

Welcome to our new PhD student Bingquan Yang. He'll work on devolping new methods for orinting 3D microstructures.

Locally Controlled Growth of Individual Lambda‐Shaped Carbon Nanofibers
Carbon Nanofibers Synthesis:

"Locally Controlled Growth of Individual Lambda‐Shaped Carbon Nanofibers" by Lutz et al. in Small 15 (2019) 1803944

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Comparison of Click Chemistry approaches in µCS
Click Chemistry for µCS:

"A Comparative Study of Thiol‐Terminated Surface Modification by Click Reactions: Thiol‐yne Coupling versus Thiol‐ene Michael Addition" by Dadfar et al. in Adv. Mater. Interfaces 5 (2018) 1801343

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Chunting Zhong
New PhD Student:

Welcome to our new PhD student Chunting Zhong. She'll work in close collaboration with the Biedermann group on chemosensor arraying.