Clemens Schaber
Clemens Schaber
Functional Morphology and Biomechanics, Zoological Institute, Kiel University
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Air/Water Interfacial Formation of Freestanding, Stimuli‐Responsive, Self‐Healing Catecholamine Janus‐Faced Microfilms
S Hong, CF Schaber, K Dening, E Appel, SN Gorb, H Lee
Advanced Materials 26 (45), 7581-7587, 2014
742014
Viscoelastic nanoscale properties of cuticle contribute to the high-pass properties of spider vibration receptor (Cupiennius salei Keys)
ME McConney, CF Schaber, MD Julian, FG Barth, VV Tsukruk
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 4 (17), 1135-1143, 2007
472007
Surface force spectroscopic point load measurements and viscoelastic modelling of the micromechanical properties of air flow sensitive hairs of a spider (Cupiennius salei)
ME McConney, CF Schaber, MD Julian, WC Eberhardt, JAC Humphrey, ...
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 6 (37), 681-694, 2009
442009
Force transformation in spider strain sensors: white light interferometry
CF Schaber, SN Gorb, FG Barth
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 9 (71), 1254-1264, 2012
312012
Finite element modeling of arachnid slit sensilla: II. Actual lyriform organs and the face deformations of the individual slits
B Hößl, HJ Böhm, CF Schaber, FG Rammerstorfer, FG Barth
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 195 (9), 881-894, 2009
242009
Tribological properties of vertically aligned carbon nanotube arrays
CF Schaber, T Heinlein, G Keeley, JJ Schneider, SN Gorb
Carbon 94, 396-404, 2015
232015
Gluing the ‘unwettable’: soil-dwelling harvestmen use viscoelastic fluids for capturing springtails
JO Wolff, AL Schönhofer, CF Schaber, SN Gorb
Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (19), 3535-3544, 2014
202014
In search of differences between the two types of sensory cells innervating spider slit sensilla (Cupiennius salei Keys.)
J Molina, CF Schaber, FG Barth
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 195 (11), 1031, 2009
142009
Spider joint hair sensilla: adaptation to proprioreceptive stimulation
CF Schaber, FG Barth
Journal of comparative physiology A 201 (2), 235-248, 2015
122015
Vertically aligned multi walled carbon nanotubes prevent biofilm formation of medically relevant bacteria
I Malek, CF Schaber, T Heinlein, JJ Schneider, SN Gorb, RA Schmitz
Journal of Materials Chemistry B 4 (31), 5228-5235, 2016
82016
Biomechanical properties of predator-induced body armour in the freshwater crustacean Daphnia
S Kruppert, M Horstmann, LC Weiss, U Witzel, CF Schaber, SN Gorb, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 9750, 2017
62017
Push or Pull? The light‐weight architecture of the Daphnia pulex carapace is adapted to withstand tension, not compression
S Kruppert, M Horstmann, LC Weiss, CF Schaber, SN Gorb, R Tollrian
Journal of morphology 277 (10), 1320-1328, 2016
62016
Influence of the porosity on the photoresponse of a liquid crystal elastomer
E Kizilkan, J Strueben, X Jin, CF Schaber, R Adelung, A Staubitz, ...
Royal Society open science 3 (4), 150700, 2016
62016
Modelling clustering of vertically aligned carbon nanotube arrays
CF Schaber, AE Filippov, T Heinlein, JJ Schneider, SN Gorb
Interface focus 5 (4), 20150026, 2015
62015
Friction-Active Surfaces Based on Free-Standing Anchored Cellulose Nanofibrils
CF Schaber, A Kreitschitz, SN Gorb
ACS applied materials & interfaces 10 (43), 37566-37574, 2018
52018
Hierarchical architecture of spider attachment setae reconstructed from scanning nanofocus X-ray diffraction data
CF Schaber, S Flenner, A Glisovic, I Krasnov, M Rosenthal, H Stieglitz, ...
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 16 (150), 20180692, 2019
32019
Mechanical behavior of ctenoid scales: Joint-like structures control the deformability of the scales in the flatfish Solea solea (Pleuronectiformes)
M Spinner, CF Schaber, SM Chen, M Geiger, SN Gorb, H Rajabi
Acta biomaterialia 92, 305-314, 2019
2019
Structural investigations of spider attachment hairs
S Flenner, S Gorb, C Krywka, C Schaber, I Greving, M Mueller, ...
Verhandlungen der Deutschen Physikalischen Gesellschaft eV, 2018
2018
Biomechanical properties of a predator induced body armor in the freshwater crustacean Daphnia
S Kruppert, M Horstmann, LC Weiss, U Witzel, CF Schaber, SN Gorb, ...
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 57, E318-E318, 2017
2017
Catecholamine: Air/Water Interfacial Formation of Freestanding, Stimuli‐Responsive, Self‐Healing Catecholamine Janus‐Faced Microfilms (Adv. Mater. 45/2014)
S Hong, CF Schaber, K Dening, E Appel, SN Gorb, H Lee
Advanced Materials 26 (45), 7534-7534, 2014
2014
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