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Prof. Dr. Thomas Franke


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Soft matter and Biological physics

E-Mail: thomas.franke@physik.uni-augsburg.de
Telefon: +49 821 598 - 3312
Fax: +49 821 598 - 3225
Raum: 338
Hausanschrift: Universitätsstr. 1
86159 Augsburg


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Sorting of circulating tumor cells (MV3-melanoma) and red blood cells using non-inertial lift

Biomicrofluidics
7 | 21 Aug 2013 | 044120

Geislinger, Franke 2013

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SAW-controlled drop size for flow focusing

Lab Chip
13 | 18 Febr 2013 | Pages 1691-1694

Franke et al., 2013

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Hydrodynamic deformation reveals two coupled modes/time scales of red blood cell relaxation

Soft matter front cover article
Volume 8 | Number 44 | 28 November 2012 | Pages 11195–11410

Franke et al., 2012

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Soft objects in flow

Understanding the behavior of red blood cells in shear flow is highly relevant as their viscoelastic properties change in several diseases, e.g. malaria. Lipid Vesicles serve as ideal model systems.

Braunmüller et al., 2010

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Magnetic manipulation and drug delivery

We investigate smart drug delivery systems inspired by microfluidics: controlled fabrication of ultrasmall liquid volumes, positioning and mixing by superparamagnetic bead manipulation.

Franke et al., 2009

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Acoustics: Droplet & cell sorting (Biochips)

We are able to control and manipulate gel or emulsion droplets as well as living cells in microchannels at high rates by acoustic streaming. This technology ist highly prospective for lab-on-a-chip applications.

Franke et al., 2010