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Mr.
Prof. Dr. Hans-Günther Döbereiner

Faculty 01
Physics/Electrical Engineering Physics/Electrical Engineering

E-Mail: hgd@uni-bremen.de

Affiliations | Research Topics | Cooperations | Projects | Scientific Activities | Resources


Affiliations

Affiliation to an institute
Code Indication deutsch Indication englisch Funcition Keywords deutsch Keywords englisch
  Institut für Biophysik    Member     



Affialation to a work group
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  Gruppe Döbereiner    F01    Cell Motility Networks Membranes 




Research Topics
Life sciences
» Basic Biological and Medical Research
Natural sciences
» Statistical Physics, Soft Matter, Biological Physics, Nonlinear Dynamics


Cooperations

Researchers with cooperation
Institution City Category Country of origin
Weizmann Institute of Science Rehovot Research Center abroad Israel
Mechanobiology Institute Singapore Singapore Research Center abroad Singapore



Projects

Most significant projects
Code Indication deutsch Indication englisch Cooperation partners Funding sources/agencies Term
Aktive Zytoskelett-Membranwellen und Falten auf zellulären Membranen 36 Active Cytoskeleton-membrane Waves and Ruffles on Cellular Membranes Nir Gov
Weizmann Institute of Science
Rehovot, Israel
DFG 2013 - 2016


Agencies that have funded your research during the past five years (public institutions and foundations)
» University of Bremen/Central Research Development Fund
» DFG
» International Organizations/Programs



Scientific Activities

Most significant Publications
Physarum polycephalum percolation as a paradigm for topological phase transitions in transportation networks
Type
Author(s)Adrian Fessel, Christina Oettmeier, Erik Bernitt, Nils C. Gauthier, and Hans-Günther Döbereiner
Year2012
InPhys. Rev. Lett.
Year2013
Issue109
Pages078103
Link zu VolltextLink (extern): http://prl.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v109/i7/e078103 http://prl.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v109/i7/e078103
Article
 
Lateral Membrane Waves Constitute a Universal Dynamic Pattern of Motile Cells
Type
Author(s)Hans-Günther Döbereiner, Benjamin J. Dubin-Thaler, Jake M. Hofman, Harry S. Xenias, Tasha N. Sims, Grégory Giannone, Michael L. Dustin, Chris H. Wiggins, and Michael P. Sheetz
Year2006
InPhys. Rev. Lett.
Year2006
Issue97
Pages038102
Link zu VolltextLink (extern): http://prl.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v97/i3/e038102 http://prl.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v97/i3/e038102
Article
 
Dynamic Phase Transitions in Cell Spreading
Type
Author(s)Hans-Günther Döbereiner, Benjamin Dubin-Thaler, Grégory Giannone, Harry S. Xenias, and Michael P. Sheetz
Year2004
InPhys. Rev. Lett
Year2004
Issue93
Pages108105
Link zu VolltextLink (extern): http://prl.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v93/i10/e108105 http://prl.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v93/i10/e108105
Article
 
Advanced Flicker Spectroscopy of Fluid Membranes
Type
Author(s)H.-G. Döbereiner, G. Gompper, C. K. Haluska, D.M. Kroll, P.G. Petrov and K. Riske
Year2003
InPhys. Rev. Lett.
Year2003
Issue91
Pages048301
Link zu VolltextLink (extern): http://prl.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v91/i4/e048301 http://prl.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v91/i4/e048301
Article
 
Giant Hexagonal Superstructures in Diblock Copolymer Membranes
Type
Author(s)C. K. Haluska, W. T. Gózdz, H.-G. Döbereiner, S. Förster, and Gerhard Gompper
Year2002
InPhys. Rev. Lett.
Year2002
Issue89
Pages238302
Link zu VolltextLink (extern): http://prl.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v89/i23/e238302 http://prl.aps.org/abstract/PRL/v89/i23/e238302
Article
 


 

First Ph.D. supervisor
Title of the dissertation First name Last name Sex Year
Slime Mold Networks Adrian Fessel männlich 2016
Dorsal Ruffles Erik Bernitt männlich 2014
Structure Formation and Dynamics of Slime Molds Christina Oettmeier weiblich 2014

Visiting Scientists
Name Term Institution of origin Country of origin
Sharvari Sathe Okt-Nov 2013 Mechanobiology Institute Singaore Singapore
Xiang Teng April-Juni 2013 Mechanobiology Institute Singaore Singapore



Resources


Resources
TIRF Microscopy System

 




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