Electrochemical Surface Science: From Fundamentals to Applications
24.09. - 26.09.2018, Ulm, Germany
Beitrage der TH Wildau
"Sensing strategies using light at electrode surfaces"
S. C. Feifel, K. S. Stieger, D. Ciornii, M. Hejazi, A. Zouni, F. Lisdat,
"Artificial and biomolecule-based approaches for the construction of photoenzymatic architectures: Applications in driving enzymatic reactions"
S. Zhao, H J. Völkner, M. Riedel, G. Witte, Z. Yue, F. Lisdat, W. J. Parak,
"Light-addressable sensors for multi-detections of glucose and sarcosine and their promising use for two-dimensional imaging"
G. Göbel, F. Lisdat,
"Fluorine doped tin oxide – an electrode material for the electrochemical discrimination of dopamine and related catecholamines"
D. Ciornii, F. Lisdat, S. Feifel, M. Hejazi, A. Zouni,
"Coupling photosystem I to electrodes by a dual approach"
S. C. Feifel, K. S. Stieger, M. Hejazi, X. Wang, M. Ilbert, A. Zouni, E. Lojou, F. Lisdat,
"Dihemic cytochrome c4 a non-natural electron conduit interconnecting photoenzymatic supercomplexes with interfaces"