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  • 2013/04/08

    CSI research fellow receives China Scholarship Council award

    Researcher of the Center of Smart Interfaces awarded Chinese Government prize for Ph.D. students

    Longquan Chen, mechanical engineer at the Center of Smart Interfaces (CSI) at the TU Darmstadt, was granted the “Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-financed Students Abroad” on April 6th, 2013 in Berlin. The prize is endowed with 6000 US Dollars. go

  • 2013/04/03

    Startup of TU Darmstadt at Hannover Messe

    Time-shift technique for optical particle characterization

    At this year's Hannover Messe trade show from April 8th to 12th, the TU Darmstadt presents, inter alia, a new optical counting technique for the measurement of size and velocity of solid particles and drops in flows. go

  • 2013/04/02

    CSI Papers of the Month March 2013

    The following CSI publications are published CSI Papers of the Month March 2013. Congratulations to the authors. go

  • 2013/04/01

    April 2013 at the CSI

    CSI Calendar Image for April

    Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Elsäßer, B.Sc. Christoph Weber, Dr. Stefan Breuer, Prof. Dr. Steffen Hardt go

  • 2013/03/01

    CSI Papers of the Month February 2013

    The following CSI publications are published CSI Papers of the Month February 2013. Congratulations to the authors. go

  • 2013/03/01

    March 2013 at the CSI

    CSI Calendar Image for March

    M.Sc. Victor Avsarkisov, Dr.-Ing. George Khujadze, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Oberlack go

  • 2013/02/18

    Lecture by Prof.Jianjun Wang, March 6th, 2013

    “Anti-icing polymer surfaces”

  • 2013/02/18

    Lecture by Prof. Roberto Raiteri, February 20th, 2013

    “Quantitative clinical characterization of articular cartilage by Atomic Force Microscopy”

  • 2013/02/05

    CSI Papers of the Month January 2013

    The following CSI publications are published CSI Papers of the Month January 2013. Congratulations to the authors. go

  • 2013/02/01

    Analytical expression for flow field over cavity derived

    Investigation of flow over cavity that is filled with a second immiscible fluid

    A surface cavity filled with a fluid over which a second immiscible fluid flows is one of the basic building blocks of a “smart interface”. Now researchers from the Institute for Nano- and Microfluidics have been able to derive an analytical expression describing the flow field along the surface. The expression is valid for arbitrary viscosity ratios between the two fluids. go