Welcome to the research group of Dr. Héloïse Thérien-Aubin

Together with my team of enthusiastic students, we strive at understanding the fate of polymer nanoparticles in suspension. For this purpose, we are focusing on different aspects of this complex problem. On one hand, we study the physico-chemical characteristics of the polymer chains in, and on, the nanoparticle to gain a deeper fundamental understanding of the polymer behavior. And, on the other hand, we develop synthetic pathways to prepare polymer nanoparticles for targeted applications.


May 2. Welcome to Carine Nvanaba Ndiock and Moritz Remmers joinning us for their bachelor thesis.
February 25. "Shaping the Assembly of Superparamagnetic Nanoparticles" , Minghan's latest paper has been accepted for publication in ACS Nano. Congrats!
February 8. Congratulation to Wraporn for being awarded the price for the best presentation at the 2019 Pure and Applied Chemistry International Conference for her talk "Core-corona Polymer Particles and Their Behavior in Suspension"
February 1. Welcome to Kusuma (a.k.a. Pook), joining us to work on the preparation of multi-functional microdroplets.
January 29. Minghan successfully defended his thesis. Congratulation Dr. Hu!
November 30. Minghan's project in collaboration with the group of Prof. Tremel is accepted in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. Congrats for "Nanozymes in Nanofibrous Mats with Haloperoxidase-Like Activity to Combat Biofouling" !
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