His primary scientific interests are in Chemical physics, Micelle, Vesicle, Colloid and Rheology. His studies deal with areas such as Nanoporous, Nanotechnology, Dynamics, Cluster and Hard spheres as well as Chemical physics. His Hard spheres study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Mode coupling and Glass transition.
His Vesicle study incorporates themes from Lecithin, Nuclear magnetic resonance and Analytical chemistry. His Colloid research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Scattering and Molecular dynamics. In his study, Volume fraction and Oscillatory shear is inextricably linked to Polymer, which falls within the broad field of Rheology.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Chemical physics, Colloid, Micelle, Phase and Rheology. His work deals with themes such as Light scattering, Nanotechnology, Neutron scattering and Crystallography, Structure factor, which intersect with Chemical physics. His Colloid research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Crystallization, Polymer, Particle size, Volume fraction and Hard spheres.
His Micelle study combines topics in areas such as Vesicle, Small-angle neutron scattering, Polyelectrolyte and Analytical chemistry. His studies deal with areas such as Phase transition, Pulmonary surfactant, Thermodynamics and Glycerol as well as Phase. Stefan U. Egelhaaf combines subjects such as Shear, Mechanics, Viscoelasticity and Creep with his study of Rheology.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Chemical physics, Colloid, Rheology, Molecular physics and Volume fraction. His study in Chemical physics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Nanotechnology, Capillary action and Dynamics. His Colloid study is related to the wider topic of Organic chemistry.
The concepts of his Rheology study are interwoven with issues in Viscosity, Soft matter and Viscoelasticity. His Molecular physics study incorporates themes from Energy landscape and Photothermal therapy. His Volume fraction research includes elements of Shear, Electrostatics, Distribution function and Computational chemistry, Hard spheres.
Stefan U. Egelhaaf mainly focuses on Chemical physics, Statistical physics, Volume fraction, Hard spheres and Nanotechnology. His Chemical physics study typically links adjacent topics like Capillary action. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Gaussian and Optics, Radiation pressure.
His work focuses on many connections between Volume fraction and other disciplines, such as Shear, that overlap with his field of interest in Shear rate, Viscoelasticity and Rheology. His Hard spheres research incorporates themes from Amorphous solid, Glass transition and Molecular dynamics. His research in Nanotechnology intersects with topics in Structural transition and Soft matter.
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Equilibrium cluster formation in concentrated protein solutions and colloids
Anna Stradner;Helen Sedgwick;Frédéric Cardinaux;Wilson C. K. Poon.
Multiple Glassy States in a Simple Model System
K. N. Pham;Antonio M. Puertas;Antonio M. Puertas;Johan Bergenholtz;Stefan Ulrich Egelhaaf.
Coagulation Rate Measurements of Colloidal Particles by Simultaneous Static and Dynamic Light Scattering
Helmut Holthoff;Stefan U. Egelhaaf;Michal Borkovec;Peter Schurtenberger.
Self-assembly in aqueous bile salt solutions
D. Madenci;S.U. Egelhaaf.
Current Opinion in Colloid and Interface Science (2010)
Yielding behavior of repulsion- and attraction-dominated colloidal glasses
K. N. Pham;K. N. Pham;G. Petekidis;D. Vlassopoulos;S. U. Egelhaaf.
Journal of Rheology (2008)
Glasses in hard spheres with short-range attraction.
K N Pham;S U Egelhaaf;P N Pusey;Wilson Poon.
Physical Review E (2004)
Nonionic Micelles near the Critical Point: Micellar Growth and Attractive Interaction†
Otto Glatter;Gerhard Fritz;Helmut Lindner;‡ Judith Brunner-Popela.
Kinetics of the micelle-to-vesicle transition: Aqueous lecithin-bile salt mixtures
J Leng;Stefan U Egelhaaf;ME Cates.
Biophysical Journal (2003)
Micelle-to-Vesicle Transition: A Time-Resolved Structural Study
S. U. Egelhaaf;P. Schurtenberger.
Physical Review Letters (1999)
Yielding of colloidal glasses
K. N. Pham;G. Petekidis;D. Vlassopoulos;S. U. Egelhaaf.
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