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Master of Science Melissa Hermes

Curriculum Vitae

  • Since December 2015: PhD Thesis.
  • April 2015 - November 2015: Master thesis "Size Effects on Magnetic Particle Nanorheology in Complex Fluids".
  • October 2013 - November 2015: Master Study at the Universität zu Köln.
  • July 2013 - September 2013: Bachelor thesis at the Universität zu Köln "Die Bedeutung von bikontinuierlichen Strukturen für Nanoschäume" in the work group of Prof. Strey.
  • April 2013 - March 2015: Student assistant at the Universität zu Köln in the  work group of Prof. Strey.
  • October 2010 - September 2013: Bachelor Study at Universität zu Köln.
  • June 2010: Abitur at Bodelschwingh-Gymnasium Herchen.

Publications

  • "Magnetic Particle Nanorheology in Complex Fluids" M. Hermes, E. Roeben, L. Kibkalo, A. M. Schmidt, Annu. Trans. Nord. Rheol. Soc., 2017, 25, 97–105.

Poster Contributions

  • M. Hermes, R. Oberhoffer, R. Strey, "The significance of bicontinuous structures for nanofoams", 113th General Assembly of the German Bunsen Society for Physical Chemistry, 29 - 31 May 2014 at the Universität Hamburg, Germany.
  • M. Hermes, E. Roeben, A. M. Schmidt, "Size Effects on Magnetic Particle Nanorheology in Complex Fluids", 16th Ferrofluid Workshop,  17. - 19. July, 2017, Dresden, Germany. 
  • M. Hermes, M. Gratz, H. Remmer, S. Webers, J. Landers, S. Huang, D. Borin, A. Tschöpe, F. Ludwig, H. Wende, G. K. Auernhammer, S. Odenbach, A. M. Schmidt, "Nanorheological Studies on the Scale-Dependent Particle-Matrix Interaction in Magnetically Functionalized Hybrid Materials", 16th Ferrofluid Workshop,  17. - 19. July, 2017, Dresden, Germany.

Talks

  • M. Hermes, E. Roeben, L. Kibkalo, A. M. Schmidt, "Magnetic Particle Nanorheology of Complex Fluids", GAMM Jahrestagung, 06. - 10. March, 2017, Weimar, Germany.
  • M. Hermes, E. Roeben, A. M. Schmidt, "Size Effects on Magnetic Particle Nanorheology in Complex Fluids", 16th Ferrofluid Workshop, July 17. - 19, 2017, Dresden, Germany.

Fellowships

  • Since December 2016 IHRS-BioSoft Graduate School Fellow.
  • October 2013 – September 2015 “Deutschlandstipendium” during master studies funded partly by the federal government and Evonik Industries AG.