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Miriam studied chemistry, process engineering and materials science in Würzburg, Lyon and Southampton, and obtained her PhD at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces. After a postdoctoral stay in Paris, she joined the Institute of Materials Chemistry at TU Wien as a research group leader in December 2012.

Research Interests:

High-performance polymers, non-classical polymer syntheses (hydrothermal polymerization, solid-state polymerization), crystalline monomers and polymers, polymer morphology

Interests in the biointerface network:

Miriam’s team has recently developed a technique to generate shape-anisotropic polymer particles by a benign, solvent-free polymerization route. These particles would present highly interesting interfaces for interactions with cells. 


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