The research group "Bioorganic Chemistry of Bioactive Surfaces" aims to develop novel materials, surfaces, sensors and chemical systems for application in biotechnology and environment protection. I believe organic chemistry, can make a significant contribution to above mentioned fields as it provides appropriate tools to make and break atomic interaction at sub-nanometer level, which could influence the overall characteristic of the material.
My special interest are:
- Developing chemistry of stimuli responsive material, those can change their confirmation upon explore to external stimulus.
- Chemical methods for developing chemosensor, pharmaceutically and biotechnology relevant organic molecules
- Post processing methods of polymers to reduce environmental waste.
For details, please see the research section.