Persönlicher Status und Werkzeuge

Prof. Dr. Job Boekhoven

Department

Chemistry

Contact Details

Business card at TUMonline

Academic Career and Research Areas

The research group of Job Boekhoven (b. 1984) aims at developing conceptually new supramolecular materials through non-equilibrium self-assembly. The platforms developed in the lab will be used for a wide range of applications, including healthcare and robotics. Research in the group is heavily bio-inspired and uses organic, physical and supramolecular chemistry as its toolboxes.
Boekhoven holds an undergraduate degree in chemistry from the University of Groningen, where he majored in organic chemistry, and a PhD degree (2012) in chemistry from Delft University of Technology, both in the Netherlands. Before his appointment at TUM, he was a Rubicon postdoctoral fellow at Northwestern University in Chicago. In January 2016 Boekhoven was appointed Rudolf Mößbauer Professor at TUM, heading a research group in supramolecular materials.

Awards

  • NWO Rubicon Postdoctoral Fellowship (2012)
  • COST Scientific Mission Award (2008)

Key Publications (all publications)

Tantakitti F*, Boekhoven J,* Wang X, Kazantsev R, Yu T, Li J, Zhuang E, Zandi R, Ortony J, Newcomb C, Palmer L, Olvera de la Cruz M, Schatz G, Stupp S: "Energy landscapes and functions of supramolecular systems”. Nature Materials. 2016; 349(6252): 1075-1079.

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Boekhoven J, Hendriksen W, Koper G, Eelkema R, van Esch, J: "Transient assembly of active materials fueled by a chemical reaction". Science. 2015; 349(6252): 1075-1079.

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Boekhoven J, Stupp S: “Supramolecular Materials for Regenerative Medicine”. Advanced Materials. 2014: 1642-1659.

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Boekhoven J, Rubert C, Sur S, Worthy A, Stupp S: “Dynamic Display of Bioactivity through Host–Guest Chemistry”. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2013; 52(46): 12077-12080.

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Boekhoven J, Poolman J, Maity C, Li F, van der Mee L, Minkenberg C, van Esch J, Eelkema, R: “Catalytic control over supramolecular gel formation”. Nature Chemistry. 2013; 5: 433-437.

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