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Dr. Patrick Saloga

Trainee Patent Attorney

B.Sc., M.Sc. and Doctorate in Chemistry from Freie Universität Berlin

Languages:
English
German
French

Patrick joined the Freiburg office of Maucher Jenkins in August 2021, where he is currently working towards qualification as a German and European Patent Attorney.

 

Patrick graduated with a Master’s degree in chemistry at Freie Universität Berlin in 2017. He then conducted research as a scientific assistant at the Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM), a German senior scientific and technical Federal institute, and received his doctoral degree in chemistry from Freie Universität in 2020.

 

Patrick has gained expertise in the synthesis and characterisation of nanomaterials as well as their application in life sciences. His research focused on silver and zinc oxide nanoparticles, their behaviour in an artificial digestion procedure as well as their formation or degradation as induced by biomolecules. He is particularly familiar with microwave-assisted fabrication of inorganic nanostructures and the non-destructive, simultaneous analysis of billions of nanoparticles by light and X-ray scattering methods.

 

Interests outside work:

 

In his spare time, Patrick enjoys travelling and taking in local museums and cuisine.

 

Publications:

 

Microwave-assisted synthesis of ultrasmall zinc oxide nanoparticles, PEJ Saloga, AF Thünemann, Langmuir 35 (38), 12469-12482.

 

High-speed but not magic: microwave-assisted synthesis of ultra-small silver nanoparticles, PEJ Saloga, C Kästner, AF Thünemann, Langmuir 34 (1), 147-153.

 

Zinc phosphate nanoparticles produced in saliva, PEJ Saloga, GJ Smales, AH Clark, AF Thünemann, European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry 2020 (38), 3654-3661.

 

Environmental impact of ZnO nanoparticles evaluated by in vitro simulated digestion, L Voss, PEJ Saloga, V Stock, L Böhmert, A Braeuning, AF Thünemann, A Lampen, H Sieg, ACS Applied Nano Materials 3 (1), 724-733.

 

Kinetic monitoring of glutathione-induced silver nanoparticle disintegration, C Kästner, PEJ Saloga, AF Thünemann, Nanoscale 10 (24), 11485-11490.

 

Influence of organic ligands on the surface oxidation state and magnetic properties of iron oxide particles, C Goroncy, PEJ Saloga, M Gruner, M Schmudde, J Vonnemann, E Otero, R Haag, C Graf, Zeitschrift für Physikalische Chemie 232 (5-6), 819-844.

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