Hauptseminar Active Matter SS 2015/Other Types of Artificial Microswimmers (E)

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Other Types of Artificial Microswimmers (E)
Julia Riede


In this topic, an overview of alternative mechanisms to generate self-propelled motion is given. Their advantages over conventional phoretic phenomena in order to create artificial microswimmers are discussed.


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