Michael Reber

Michael Reber
ZHAW Life Sciences und Facility Management
Einsiedlerstrasse 31
8820 Wädenswil


Persönliches Profil

Tätigkeit an der ZHAW als



Aus- und Fortbildung

2007-2011: B.Sc Chemistry: University of Pittsburgh (USA)
2011-2012: Masters in Synthesis, Catalysis, and Sustainable Chemistry: University Claude Bernard Lyon 1 (FR)
2012-2016: PhD Chemistry: University of Zurich (CH)

Beruflicher Werdegang

Pore size tuning and morphology control of mesoporous silica. Together, these will produce Molecular Alignment Chips (MACs), which are promising as host materials for light-harvesting and size-selective serpatations.

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Mitarbeit an folgenden Projekten


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Bimodal mesoporous silica with bottleneck pores


Dalton Transactions.


S. 17960-17967.

Verfügbar unter: https://doi.org/10.21256/zhaw-1172

Beiträge, peer-reviewed

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Bimodal mesoporous silica with bottleneck pores


Dalton Transactions, 44 17960-17967. Peer reviewed.

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Incorporation of a FRET dye pair into mesoporous materials: a comparison of fluorescence spectra, FRET activity and dye accessibility


Analyst, 140 5324-5334. Peer reviewed.

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Mesoporous Hybrid Materials by Simultaneous Pseudomorphic Transformation and Functionalization of Silica Microspheres


Particle & Particle Systems Characterization, 32 243-250. Peer reviewed.

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A novel 99mTc labelling strategy for the development of silica based particles for medical applications


Dalton Transactions, 43 4260-4263. Peer reviewed.

Beiträge, nicht peer-reviewed

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Development of Luminescent Solar Concentrators

: Molecular Alignment Chips.

Bundesamt für Energie BFE: Programm Photovoltaik 2014 143-146.

Publikationen vor Tätigkeit an der ZHAW

Mengning Ding, Yifan Tang, Pingping Gou, Michael J. Reber, Alexander Star. Advanced Materials. 2011, 23, 536–540