The objective of the proposed PhD project is to investigate and quantify visual and non-visual effects produced by LED lighting on humans across a wide spectral and photometric parameter space. The proposed research will combine the vast experience and facilities of Professors Cajochen and Scartezzini on the physiological aspects of lighting with those of CSEM in the field of integrated light management solutions for solid-state lighting.
In the first step the PhD project has the aim to optimize and further develop the formation of giant vesicles with different block polymers.
In a second important step, the aim is to encapsulate enzymes into the giant polymersomes or other polymersomes/liposomes to get compartmentalized vesicles, as well as the insertion of membrane protein into the artificial polymer membrane to from different kinds of nanoreactors
PhD scholarship at the Biomimetics, Biocarriers and Bioimplants Group, DTU Nanotech, Department of Micro- and Nanotechnology, Technical University of Denmark