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Department of Organic Materials Physics Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science Jagiellonian University
keywords: biomedical applications of physics and chemistry, dynamics and biomolecular interactions
offer number: 84
research topics:
  • percolation in biological and biomimetic systems,
  • flexibility substrates and cell migration,
  • study the behavior of the final layer of water on the surfaces of biological and biocompatible porous materials in terms of loss of continuity (percolation) and kinetics of dehydration,
  • study of the biophysical mechanisms regulating cell migration processes (impact the mechanical properties of the substrate on the biophysical parameters migration and growth of various cell types),
test equipment:
  • broadband impedance spectrometer Novocontrol CONCEPT 80,
  • system of "optical tweezers" optical trap or optical pinceta "PALM MicroTweezers" Zeiss,
comercial research:
  • impedance measurements of various materials in a wide frequency range, dielectric relaxation, conductivity, electrochemical and bioelectric phenomena in the very low frequencies,
  • trapping particles of size from about 0.1 μm to 100 μm using the optical tweezers system,
  • study the percolation of continuity of molecular network of water and kinetics of dehydration of porous materials,
  • study of the biophysical mechanisms regulating cell migration processes (impact the mechanical properties of the substrate on the biophysical parameters migration and growth of various cell types),
  • study cell migration in response to the topography of the ground,

  

methods and research techniques:

  • broadband impedance spectroscopy,
  • Patch-clamp and Optical-Tweezers technique,
  • confocal microscopy,
variants of cooperation: contract research, project, consortium
type of services: analysis, devices for rent, expertises

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