Walter, Teresa (M.Sc)
Teresa Walter, M. Sc.
Since November 2018, Teresa Walter is a PhD candidate at Professor Nicolas Vogel’s research group on self-assembled material. She graduated with a master degree in Life Science Engineering at the Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg (2018). The focus of her PhD thesis is on repellent surface coatings for applications in environment and consumer protection. Additionally she is doing research in the field of cell/surface interaction with nanotopographies.
Further details can be found at Teresa’s page at the Vogel Group website.
A full list can be found here.
- Walter, T., Hein, T., Weichselgartner, M., Wommer, K., Aust, M., & Vogel, N. (2022). Dispersion-based, scalable fabrication of repellent superhydrophobic and liquid-infused coatings under ambient conditions. Green Chemistry. https://dx.doi.org/10.1039/d2gc00579d
- Dehm, K., Walter, T., Weichselgartner, M., Crisp, R., Wommer, K., Aust, M., & Vogel, N. (2022). Sustainable Repellent Coatings Based on Renewable Drying and Nondrying Oils. Advanced Materials Interfaces. https://dx.doi.org/10.1002/admi.202202032
- Chiera, S., Koch, V., Bleyer, G., Walter, T., Bittner, C., Bachmann, J., & Vogel, N. (2022). From Sticky to Slippery: Self-Functionalizing Lubricants for in Situ Fabrication of Liquid-Infused Surfaces. ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces. https://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acsami.2c02390
- Walter, T., Grünewald, A., Detsch, R., Boccaccini, A.R., & Vogel, N. (2020). Cell Interactions with Size-Controlled Colloidal Monolayers: Toward Improved Coatings in Bone Tissue Engineering. Langmuir, 36(7), 1793-1803. https://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.langmuir.9b03308