Daria Andreeva is a physical chemist who now applies her knowledge in the context of development and investigation of dynamic stimuli responsive materials, materials that can change properties on demand.
Daria has authored more than 80 research papers and received various fellowships (e.g. AvH, DAAD, DFG, UNESCO, etc.).
In the past, Daria has studied self-adaptive polymer membranes, dynamic properties of polyelectrolyte multilayers, layer-by-layer assemblies of charged macromolecules, for active corrosion protection. She leaded a physical chemistry group at the University of Bayreuth, Germany in 2009-2016. Having finishing her habilitation, she joined the Centre for Soft and Living Matter, South Korea, in 2016, and the Centre for Advanced 2D Materials, Singapore, in 2017.
Daria currently focuses on the design of 2D membranes with programmable functionalities. She explores electrochemical phenomena in self-assembled polyelectrolytes and 2D materials for smart ionic transport and energy harvesting.