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M. Sc. Marc Steuber

Curriculum Vitae




Born in Siegen, Germany




General qualification for university entrance (Abitur)






Military service in Goslar and Erndtebrück




Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in chemistry


3 month internship at the LUT Lappeenranta, Mikkeli, Finland


Master of Science (M.Sc.) in chemistry




Research Associate, Physical Chemistry I, University of Siegen


Publications and presentations:

D. Tranchida, M. Steuber, E. Sperotto, H. Schönherr, Mechanical properties of single nanophases of PS-b-PtBA block copolymers by AFM nanoindentation, Polym. Prepr. 2010, 51(1), 291-292.

S. Haas, Y. Chen, C. Fuchs, S. Handschuh, M. Steuber, H. Schönherr, Amphiphilic block copolymer vesicles for active wound dressings: Synthesis of model systems and studies of encapsulation and release, Macromol. Symposia 2013, 328, 73–79.

I. Lilge, M. Steuber, D. Tranchida, E. Sperotto, H. Schönherr, Tailored (bio)interfaces via surface initiated polymerization: Control of grafting density and new responsive diblock copolymer brushes, Macromol. Symposia 2013, 328, 64–72.

 D.V. Berdnikova, H. Ihmels, H. Schönherr, M.Steuber and D. Wesner, Photoinduced formation of stable Ag-nanoparticles from a ternary ligand-DNA-Ag+ complex, Org. Biomol. Chem., 2015, 13, 3766-3770.


Scientific talk at the MRS Spring Meeting 2014,
San Francisco, California

Title: Development of Novel Microenvironments with Asymmetric Properties in 3-D for Studying Cellular Response


Scientific talk at the Ostwald Kolloquium 2014, Mainz, Germany

Title: Asymmetric 3-D Microenvironments by Dircted Assembly of Colloidal Building Blocks for Novel Cell Culture Systems


Scientific talk at the 15th Conference of the International Association of Colloid and Interface Scientists, 2015, Mainz, Germany

Title: Asymmetric 3-D Microenvironments by Directed Assembly of Colloidal Building Blocks for Investigation of Cellular Response


Field of research:

Fabrication of asymmetric 3-D microenvironments for advanced studying of cellular response with respect to controlled substrate stiffness, surface chemistry, and environmental geometry. Application of nanoimprint lithography for fabrication of 3-D surface patterns and free-standing polymeric building blocks and their following investigation via (field emission) scanning electron microscopy (FE-SEM).



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M.Sc. Marc Steuber