Self-assembly is a name given to processes in which smaller components autonomously form larger, structured wholes. Jurriaan Luiken describes two such processes that are particularly relevant to industry, biology and medical science, namely the self-assembly of colloids and short amyloidogenic peptides.
J.A. Luiken: Self-Assembly of Functionalized Colloids and Short Amyloidogenic Peptides. Modelling, Theory and Simulations.
Prof. P.G. Bolhuis
Prof. E.J. Meijer
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