The high-intensity interaction of proteins with other macromolecules can cause signifi cant changes to protein properties such as translational mobility, for example, or their conformational states. Accordingly, the study of proteins in macromolecular environments that typically very closel ... more
RWTH Aachen AVT-Bioverfahrenstechnik, Physikalisches Institut
Daryan Kempe studied physics at the University of Cologne. He completed his Diplom dissertation on the topic of time-resolved fluorescence techniques in the Molecular Biophysics Group in the Institute of Complex Systems (ICS-5) at Jülich Research Center. Since 2012, he has been studying for his doctorate at RWTH Aachen University in the I. Institute of Physics (IA), Biophysics Group. His research work focuses on the development of fluorescence-based methods for the characterization of biological macromolecules in complex environments.