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Dirk Rothenstein

Herr Dr.

Gruppenleiter
Institut für Materialwissenschaft
Bioinspirierte Materialien

Kontakt

Heisenbergstr. 3
70569 Stuttgart
Deutschland
Raum: 2S1

Fachgebiet

  • Bioinspirierte Materialsynthese / Biomaterialien / Bionik
  • Nanotechnologie
  • Molekularbiologie
  • Bakteriophagen / Pflanzenviren
  • Elektronenmikroskopie

Forschung


Links

  1. Santomauro G, Stiefel M, Jeurgens LPH, Bill J. In Vivo Shaping of Inorganic Functional Devices using Microalgae. Advanced Biosystems [Internet]. 2020;1900301. Verfügbar unter: https://doi.org/10.1002%2Fadbi.201900301
  2. Singh AV, Kishore V, Santomauro G, Yasa O, Bill J, Sitti M. Mechanical Coupling of Puller and Pusher Active Microswimmers Influences Motility. Langmuir [Internet]. 2020;36(19):5435--5443. Verfügbar unter: https://doi.org/10.1021%2Facs.langmuir.9b03665
  3. Diem, Fenk, Bill, Burghard. Binder-Free V2O5 Cathode for High Energy Density Rechargeable Aluminum-Ion Batteries. Nanomaterials [Internet]. 2020;10(2):247. Verfügbar unter: https://doi.org/10.3390%2Fnano10020247
  4. Diem AM, Bill J, Burghard Z. Creasing Highly Porous V2O5 Scaffolds for High Energy Density Aluminum-Ion Batteries. ACS Applied Energy Materials [Internet]. 2020;3(4):4033--4042. Verfügbar unter: https://doi.org/10.1021%2Facsaem.0c00455
  5. Kilper S, Jahnke T, Wiegers K, Grohe V, Burghard Z, Bill J, u. a. Peptide Controlled Shaping of Biomineralized Tin(II) Oxide into Flower-Like Particles. Materials [Internet]. 2019;12(6):904. Verfügbar unter: https://doi.org/10.3390%2Fma12060904
  6. Rothenstein D, Halter W, Eisele R, Rothenstein D, Bill J, Allgöwer F. Moment Dynamics of Zirconia Particle Formation for Optimizing Particle Size Distribution. Nanomaterials [Internet]. 2019; Verfügbar unter: http://doi.org/10.3390/nano9030333
  7. Rothenstein D, Kilper S, Jahnke T, Aulich M, Burghard Z, Rothenstein D, u. a. Genetically Induced In Situ‐Poling for Piezo‐Active Biohybrid Nanowires. Advanced Materials [Internet]. 2018; Verfügbar unter: http://doi.org/10.1002/adma.201805597
  8. Kilper S, Facey SJ, Burghard Z, Hauer B, Rothenstein D, Bill J. Macroscopic Properties of Biomimetic Ceramics Are Governed by the Molecular Recognition at the Bioorganic-Inorganic Interface. Advanced Functional Materials. 2018;
  9. Jahnke T, Knöller A, Kilper S, Rothenstein D, Widenmeyer M, Burghard Z, u. a. Coalescence in Hybrid Materials: The Key to High-Capacity Electrodes. ACS Applied Energy Materials [Internet]. 2018; Verfügbar unter: https://doi.org/10.1021%2Facsaem.8b01495
  10. ML L, K A, C W, IM W, D R. Biogenic and Synthetic Peptides with Oppositely Charged Amino Acids as Binding Sites for Mineralization. Materials (Basel, Switzerland). Januar 2017;
  11. Lemloh M-L, Altintoprak K, Wege C, Weiß IM, Rothenstein D. Biogenic and Synthetic Peptides with Oppositely Charged Amino Acids as Binding Sites for Mineralization. MATERIALS. 2017;10(2).
  12. Moghimian P, Kilper S, Srot V, Rothenstein D, Facey SJ, Hauer B, u. a. Phage-assisted assembly of organic-inorganic hybrid bilayers. International Journal of Materials Research. 2016;107(4):295–9.
  13. Moghimian P, Kilper S, Srot V, Rothenstein D, Facey SJ, Hauer B, u. a. Phage-assisted assembly of organic–inorganic hybrid bilayers. International Journal of Materials Research. 2016;
  14. K A, A S, A W, S E, P A, N S, u. a. Peptide-equipped tobacco mosaic virus templates for selective and controllable biomineral deposition. Beilstein journal of nanotechnology. 2015;
  15. S B, D R, J B, D S. Generation of Multishell Magnetic Hybrid Nanoparticles by Encapsulation of Genetically Engineered and Fluorescent Bacterial Magnetosomes with ZnO and SiO2. Small (Weinheim an der Bergstrasse, Germany). September 2015;
  16. Altintoprak K, Seidenstücker A, Welle A, Eiben S, Atanasova P, Stitz N, u. a. Peptide-equipped tobacco mosaic virus templates for selective and controllable biomineral deposition. Beilstein journal of nanotechnology. 2015;6:1399–412.
  17. Rothenstein D, Shopova-Gospodinova D, Bakradze G, Jeurgens LPH, Bill J. Generation of luminescence in biomineralized zirconia by    zirconia-binding peptides. CRYSTENGCOMM. 2015;17(8):1783–90.
  18. P M, V S, D R, SJ F, L H, B H, u. a. Adsorption and self-assembly of M13 phage into directionally organized structures on C and SiO2 films. Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and colloids. September 2014;
  19. Rothenstein D, Facey SJ, Ploss M, Hans P, Melcher M, Srot V, u. a. Mineralization of gold nanoparticles using tailored M13 phages. Bioinspired, Biomimetic and Nanobiomaterials. 2013;2(4):173–85.
  20. D R, B C, B O, P L, J B. Isolation of ZnO-binding 12-mer peptides and determination of their binding epitopes by NMR spectroscopy. Journal of the American Chemical Society. August 2012;
  21. D R, J B, TD S, V B, J B. Influence of zinc on the calcium carbonate biomineralization of Halomonas halophila. Aquatic biosystems. 2012;
  22. P A, D R, JJ S, RC H, S D, S E, u. a. Virus-templated synthesis of ZnO nanostructures and formation of field-effect transistors. Advanced materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla). November 2011;
  23. D R, B K, O S, H J. Tissue and cell tropism of Indian cassava mosaic virus (ICMV) and its AV2 (precoat) gene product. Virology. März 2007;
  24. BL P, N D, RW B, SE B, D R, BK B, u. a. Deletion and recombination events between the DNA-A and DNA-B components of Indian cassava-infecting geminiviruses generate defective molecules in Nicotiana benthamiana. Virus research. März 2007;
  25. D R, D H, I D, N D, BL P, H J. Biodiversity and recombination of cassava-infecting begomoviruses from southern India. Archives of virology. Januar 2006;
  26. K S, M R, C U, N S, D R, F L, u. a. Identification and characterization of Cor33p, a novel protein implicated in tolerance towards oxidative stress in Candida albicans. Eukaryotic cell. Dezember 2005;
  27. D R, RW B, D H, J S, T F, H J. Biolistic infection of cassava using cloned components of Indian cassava mosaic virus. Archives of virology. August 2005;
  28. J J, G R, D R, M R, T F, H J. Sida micrantha mosaic is associated with a complex infection of begomoviruses different from Abutilon mosaic virus. Archives of virology. April 2004;

Akademischer Werdegang

2004 Promotion Dr. rer. nat. / Universität Stuttgart Doktorvater Prof. Dr. Holger Jeske, Mitberichter Prof. Dr. Dieter H. Wolf
2000 Diplom-Biologe (technisch orientiert) / Universität Stuttgart
1994 - 2000 Studium der Technischen Biologie / Universität Stuttgart

Berufstätigkeit

Seit 2009 Wissenschaftler / Universität Stuttgart
2007 - 2009 Wissenschaftler / Max-Planck-Institut für Metallforschung, Stuttgart
2005 - 2007 Laborleiter / Selecta Klemm & Sohn GmbH, Stuttgart
2004 - 2005 Post-doc / Max-Planck-Institut für Züchtungsforschung, Köln
2000 Hugo-Geiger-Preis hervorragende anwendungsorientierte Diplomarbeit auf dem Gebiet „Life science“
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