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About A. Kietzig

Anne Kietzig (Photo: Owen Egan)

(Photo: Owen Egan)

Areas of Interest

My research program is built on two fundamental pillars: one being surface wetting and the other being laser-material-interactions. More specifically, my research group thrives to inspire its research from natural examples and build upon biomimetic principles when trying to understand and subsequently alter the behavior of liquids in contact with solids through innovative ultrafast laser micromachining. Research projects range from fundamental studies of laser induced surface reactions to surface patterning in order to reduce friction, drag or adhesion on surfaces of metallic and polymeric materials.

Assistant Prof.

Department of Chemical Engineering
McGill University
Chemical Engineering
M.H. Wong Building
3610 University Street
Montreal, Quebec H3A 0C5

Education

2006-2010: Ph.D. (Chemical Engineering), University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
2000-2006: Dipl. Ing. (Chemical Engineering & Management), TU Berlin, Germany

Address

Department of Chemical Engineering
McGill University
M.H. Wong Building
3610 University Street,
Montreal, Quebec H3A 0C5