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Principal Investigators

Title, first name, surname, institute

Research fields

Prof. Dr. Claus Czeslik

TU Dortmund University

Biophysical Chemistry

Combined effects of interfaces and high pressure on enzymatic activities

Prof. Dr. Martina Havenith

Ruhr University Bochum

Physical Chemistry

THz spectroscopy of compatible solutes, amino acids and building blocks of RNA at HHP conditions

Prof. Dr. Dominik Horinek

University of Regensburg

Physical Chemistry

Multiscale simulations of osmolyte and high-pressure effects on conformational transitions and molecular associations of biomolecular systems

Prof. Dr. Dr. Hans Robert Kalbitzer

University of Regensburg

Biophysics

High pressure NMR spectroscopy: Structure and dynamics of rare states of proteins and their role in protein polymerization and function

Prof. Dr. Stefan M. Kast

TU Dortmund University

Theoretical Physical Chemistry

Multiscale simulations of osmolyte and high-pressure effects on conformational transitions and molecular associations of biomolecular systems

Prof. Dr. Werner Kremer

University of Regensburg

Biophysics

High pressure NMR spectroscopy: Structure and dynamics of rare states of proteins and their role in protein polymerization and function

Prof. Dr. Dominik Marx

Ruhr University Bochum

Theoretical Chemistry

From compatible solutes to ribozymes at HHP conditions

Dr. Julia Nase

TU Dortmund University

Experimental Physics & DELTA

High pressure perturbation X-ray reflectometry and small-angle scattering studies of protein interactions in crowded solutions and at interfaces

Prof. Dr. Oliver Reiser

University of Regensburg

Organic Chemistry

Peptide foldamers – structure and function under the influence of high pressure

Dr. Katrin Weise

TU Dortmund University

Biophysical Chemistry

Membrane curvature modulation by membrane fusion promoting domains: HHP as a tool to study membrane fusion

Prof. Dr. Roland Winter

TU Dortmund University

Biophysical Chemistry

High pressure perturbation approaches for studying protein filament assembly and disassembly



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