The group had a lot of fun on the autumn hike in the Otterbachtal.
Most group members visited the Electrochemistry in Berlin/Germany, and contributed to the scientific program with oral presentations and posters.
Daniel´s paper entitled "Dead volume-free flow splitting in capillary electrophoresis" was highlighted as front cover of the July issue of Electrophoresis.
Most of the group members visited the 4th Cross Border Seminar on Electroanalytical Chemistry in Prague/Czech Republic and contributed to the scientific program with presentations. Elahe, Martin and Daniel won an award for their presentations.
The manuscript “Dead volume-free flow splitting in capillary electrophoresis” was published in Electrophoresis.
The manuscript “Edges are more electroactive than basal planes in synthetic bulk crystals of TiS2 and TiSe2” was published in Applied Materials Today in cooperation with the Pumera Group.
Dr. Stefan Wert received the Best Young Scientist Paper Award 2020 for his manuscript “A cost-efficient approach for simultaneous scanning electrochemical microscopy and scanning ion conductance microscopy” in Monatshefte der Chemie – Chemical Monthly. Congratulations Stefan!
Johannes Eidenschink presented his research with a presentation at the International Students Conference “Modern Analytical Chemistry” in Prague. He won an award for his presentation. Congratulations Johannes!
Jennifer Römer finished her PhD studies. Congratulations Jennifer!
The manuscript “Catalyst formation and in operando monitoring of the
electrocatalytic activity in flow reactors” was published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces in cooperation with the Pumera Group (CEITEC).
Our paper “Characterization of linearly coupled capillaries with various inner diameters in the context of capillary electrophoresis” was published in Monatshefte für Chemie - Chemical Monthly.
Beate Scherer finished her PhD studies. Congratulations Beate!
Stefan Wert finished his PhD studies. Congratulations Stefan!
The Matysik team organized the 3rd Cross-Border Seminar on Electroanalytical Chemistry in cooperation with the ELACh Arbeitskreis of the GDCh and the Czech Chemical Society. Due to the corona pandemic the seminar took place in a digital version.
Most group members presented their research with a presentation. Nicole Heigl and Stefan Wert won an award for their presentations. Congratulations Nicole and Stefan!
Our paper “Development of a Temperature-pulse Enhanced Electrochemical Glucose Biosensor and Characterization of its Stability via Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy” was published in Electroanalysis.
Stefan Weigl finished his PhD studies. Congratulations Stefan!
The 3rd Cross-Border Seminar on Electroanalytical Chemistry will take place from 8. - 9. April 2021 in a completely digital version.
Beate’s paper “Investigations of polymer samples of polyamide 11 concerning the content of monomer, oligomers, and the oxidation stabilizer Irganox 1098 by utilizing inverse gradient HPLC in combination with a triple detection system (diode array detection / mass spectrometry / charged aerosol detection)” was published by Talanta Open.
Many of our group members participated in the virtual 31st Doktorandenseminar on separation science in Hohenroda. Beate contributed to the scientific program with a presentation.
At the 7. Conference über Ionenanalyse (CIA) 2013, held in Berlin in September 2013, Jonas Mark was awarded for the best poster (according to the votes of the participants).
Dr. Preety Vatsyayan was awarded a fellowship for postdoctoral researchers by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.
Anal. Methods 4 (2012) 623-629.
Marco Grundmann was awarded the best talk at the 22nd Seminar on Separation Science in Hohenroda 2012. The title of the talk was "Injektionseffizienz für die Kapillarelektrophorese: Kapillar-Batch-injektion-Kapillarelektrophorese-Massenspektrometrie (CBI-CE-MS)".
At the 6. Conference über Ionenanalyse (CIA) 2011, in Berlin, Jonas Mark received an award for his poster entitled "Combination of chip electrophoresis, contactless conductivity detection and single drop microextraction for the determination of aliphatic amines in food samples".