About the author
Ger J.M. Koper obtained his PhD (1990) in theoretical physics from the Leiden University. In 2000 he was appointed associate professor at the TU Delft working in the field of physical chemistry focusing on self-assembly processes.
He specializes in the application of statistical and irreversible thermodynamics to mesoscopic phenomena such as (nano)particle deposition, ligand binding to macromolecular systems, drying of colloidal films, stick-slip transition in nanopores, heterogeneous catalysis in nano-colloidal systems and self-assembly.
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