Eniko Krisch

Eniko Krisch

Eniko Krisch obtained her M.Sc. degree in Chemical Engineering and then her Ph.D. in Chemistry from The Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary. She joined the Puskas group in August 2019 as a volunteer part time research associate.

Her research interests include sustainable “green” polymer science, hydrogels, nanogels and drug delivery.

bme logoSelected publications:
EKrisch, D. Balogh-Weiser, J. Klimkó, B. Gyarmati, K. László, L. Poppe, A. Szilágyi, Composite beads of silica gel, alginate and poly(aspartic acid) for the immobilization of a lipase enzyme, Express Polymer Letters, 2019, 13(6), 512–523osu logo
E. Krisch, B. Gyarmati, D. Barczikai, V. Lapeyre, B. Á. Szilágyi, V. Ravaine, A. Szilágyi, Poly(aspartic acid) hydrogels showing
reversible volume change upon redox stimulus, European Polymer Journal, 2018, 105, 459-468 Scopus ID: 56382460200