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Matthias Schneider

Assistant Professor
Boston University
Assistant Professor
Email: mfs
http://www.bu.edu/me/people/faculty/pz/schneider/

Biography

Matthias Schneider obtained his basic education in Physics at the University of Gottingen. His thesis was on Membrane biophysics at the Max Planck Institute of biological Chemistry. He received his PhD in Physics from the Technical University of Munich in 2003, where he wrote his thesis in Biophysics under one of the pioneers in the field, Professor Erich Sackmann. After obtaining his PhD, he was a faculty member in the University of Augsburg where he headed the Biological Physics Group. He is a member of the Center of Nanoscience in Munich, the Nano Initiative Munich and Head of the Membrane Section of the German Biophysical society.

Journal Articles

6.) S. Niland, C. Westerhausen, S. W. Schneider, B. Eckes, M. Schneider, and J. A. Eble, "Biofunctionalization of a generic collagenous triple helix with the alpha-2-beta-1 integrin binding site allows molecular force measurements," The International Journal of Biochemistry & Cell Biology, Vol. 43, 22 January 2011, pp. 721-731

5.) J. Neumann, M. Hennig, A. Wixforth, S. Manus, J. O. Radler, and M. Schneider, "Transport, Separation, and Accumulation of Proteins on Supported Lipid Bilayers," Nano Letters, Vol. 10, No. 8, 22 July 2010, pp. 29032908

4.) M. Sikor, J. Sabin, A. Keyvanloo, M. Schneider, J. L. Thewalt, A. E. Bailey, and B. J. Frisken, "Interaction of a charged polymer with zwitterionic lipid vesicles," Langmuir, Vol. 26, No. 6, 17 February 2010, pp. 4095-4102

3.) C. E. Sing, L. Schmid, M. Schneider, T. Franke, and A. Alexander-Katz, "Controlled surface-induced flows from the motion of self-assembled colloidal walkers," Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, Vol. 107, No. 2, 12 January 2010, pp. 535-540

2.) M. A. Fallah, V. M. Myles, T. Kruger, K. Sritharan, A. Wixforth, F. Varnik, S. W. Schneider, and M. Schneider, "Acoustic driven flow and lattice Boltzmann simulations to study cell adhesion in biofunctionalized microfluidic channels with complex geometry," Biomicrofluidics, Vol. 4, No. 024106, 2010

1.) T. Franke, C. T. Leirer, A. Wixforth, N. Dan, and M. Schneider, "Phase- transition- and dissipation-driven budding in lipid vesicles," ChemPhysChem, Vol. 10, 2009, pp. 2852-2857

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