Prof. Dr. Klaus D. Jandt

Klaus Dieter Jandt
Klaus Dieter Jandt
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Otto Schott Institute for Materials Research (OSIM)
Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Löbdergraben 32
07743 Jena
Phone: +49 3641 9 47 730
Fax:      +49 3641 9 47 732
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  • Chair holder for Material science


  • Polymer-micro- and nanostructuring, -morphology and thermodynamics
  • Polymer phase boundaries
  • Soft matter physics (polymer nanostructures, morphology, solar cells)
  • Biomaterials (biointerfaces, microenvironments, antimicrobial biomaterials)
  • Composite materials (nanocomposites, CFK, hybrid materials)
  • Nanoanalytics of materials (SEM-FIM, AFM, XPS, TEM)

Publications (selected 5 most recent)

  1. How crystallographic orientation induced fibrinogen conformation affects platelet adhesion and activation on TiO2. Struczynska M, Firkowska-Boden I,  Levandovsky N, Henschler R, Kassir N, Jandt KD. Adv Healthcare Mater 2023, 12: 2202508.
  2. Cao H, Dauben T, Helbing C, Jia Z, Zhang Y, Huang M, Müller L, Gu S, Zhang X, Qin H, Martin K, Bossert J, Jandt KD. The antimicrobial effect of calcium-doped titanium is activated by fibrinogen adsorption. Mater Horiz 2022, 9: 1962-1968.
  3. Cao H, Liu X, Jandt KD. The action-network of nanomaterials in On the issue of transparency and reproducibility in nanomedicine. Nature Nanotechnol 2019, 14: 629-635.
  4. Zhang W, Yu X, Li Y, Jandt KD, Wei G. Protein-mimetic peptide nanofibers: Motif design, self-assembly synthesis, and sequence-specific biomedical applications Progr Polym Sci 2019, 80: 94-124.
  5. Helbing C, Deckert-Gaudig, T, Firkowska-Boden I, Wei G, Deckert V, Jandt KD. Protein handshake on the nanoscale: How albumin and hemoglobin self-assemble into nanohybrid fibers. ACS Nano 2018, 12: 1211-1219.