Richard Wustmann has been awarded 2nd place in "Jugend forscht" competition

The lab project "Mikrostrukturierung von Polymeroberflächen zur Beeinflussung der Bakterienhaftung" of Richard Wustmann, 11th grade student at Martin-Andersen-Nexö-Gymnasium, Dresden has been awarded 2nd place in area Dresden-Ostsachsen in the Physics category.

Richard Wustmann applied a low pressure plasma-based wrinkling procedure to fabricate laterally graded microstructures on polydimethylsiloxane. These surfaces were used in subsequent screening experiments to explore the impact of micron-scale surface morphology on bacterial adhesion.


Jugend forscht - Regionalwettbewerb Dresden-Ostsachsen


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