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Harald Fuchs
Research Unit Chair
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KIT Campus North
Building 640


Karlsruhe Nano Micro Facility

Tel: +49 (0)721 608-23123
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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.



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

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.

Jianmei Chen
New Guest Scientist:

Welcome to our new guest from SUDA university, Jianmei Chen. She will work in our group on phospholipid organization in L-DPN.

Scheme of combinatorial peptide synthesis with µCS
Combinatorial Peptide Synthesis:

"Combinatorial Synthesis of Macromolecular Arrays by Microchannel Cantilever Spotting (µCS)" by Atwater et al. in Adv. Mater. 30 (2018) 1801632

Comparisson of different Click Chemistry approaches in µCS
Click Chemistry for µCS:

"Site‐Specific Surface Functionalization via Microchannel Cantilever Spotting (µCS): Comparison between Azide–Alkyne and Thiol–Alkyne Click Chemistry Reactions" by Dadfar et al. in Small 14 (2018) 1800131

Steffan Llewellyn
New Guest Scientist:

Welcome Steffan Llewellyn from Manchester University. He joined our group for a 10 weeks guest stay, working on graphene functionalization.