Ten most important papers indicated with an asterisk (*).
Invited articles
  1. Influence of head group and chain length of surfactants used for stabilising liquid crystal shells
    Anjali Sharma and Jan P.F. Lagerwall
    Liq. Cryst. (Claudio Zannoni Festschrift), 45, 13-15, pp. 2319-2328 (2018)
  2. Schwartz et al 2018 122
    *Cholesteric liquid crystal shells as enabling material for information-rich design and architecture
    Mathew Schwartz, Gabriele Lenzini, Yong Geng, Peter Rønne, Peter Ryan, Jan P.F. Lagerwall
    Adv. Mater., 30, 30, p. 1707382 (2018). Progress Report, featured with frontispiece
  3. Electrospun Composite Liquid Crystal Elastomer Fibers
    Anshul Sharma and Jan P.F. Lagerwall
    Materials, 11, 3, p. 393 (2018)
  4. Sub-second dynamic phototuning of alignment in azodendrimer-doped nematic liquid crystal shells
    JungHyun Noh, Venkata Subba Rao Jampani, Osamu Haba, Koichiro Yonetake, Hideo Takezoe, Jan P.F. Lagerwall
    J. Moliq. Liq. (Yuri Reznikov tribute issue), 267, pp. 197-204 (2018)
  5. Elucidating the fine details of cholesteric liquid crystal shell reflection patterns
    Yong Geng, JungHyun Noh, Irena Drevensek-Olenik, Romano Rupp and Jan Lagerwall
    Liq. Cryst. (John Goodby Festschrift), 44, 12-13, pp. 1948-1959 (2017)
  6. *Liquid Crystals in Micron-Scale Droplets, Shells and Fibers
    Martin Urbanski, Catherine Reyes, JungHyun Noh, Anshul Sharma, Yong Geng, Venkata Subba Rao Jampani and Jan P. F. Lagerwall
    J. Phys: Cond. Matt., (invited topical review), 29, 133003 (2017)
  7. Non-electronic gas sensors from electrospun mats of liquid crystal core fibers for detecting volatile organic compounds at room temperature
    Catherine Reyes, Anshul Sharma and Jan P. F. Lagerwall
    Liquid Crystals (30th anniversary issue), DOI: 10.1080/02678292.2016.1212287 (2016)
  8. Equilibrium Liquid Crystal Phase Diagrams and Detection of Kinetic Arrest in Cellulose Nanocrystal Suspensions
    Camila Honorato-Rios, Anja Kuhnold, Johanna Bruckner, Rick Dannert, Tanja Schilling and Jan P. F. Lagerwall
    Frontiers in Materials (special research topic “Anisotropy in Deformable Biomaterials”), 3, 21, DOI: 10.3389/fmats.2016.00021 (2016)
  9. Macroscopic control of helix orientation in films dried from cholesteric liquid crystalline cellulose nanocrystal suspensions
    Ji Hyun Park, JungHyun Noh, Christina Schütz, German Salazar-Alvarez, Giusy Scalia, Lennart Bergström, and Jan P. F. Lagerwall
    ChemPhysChem, 15, 7, p. 1477 (2014), part of a special issue on ‘physical properties and behavior of liquid crystals’.
  10. Liquid crystal-functionalization of electrospun polymer fibers (Perspective article)
    Dae Kyom Kim, Minsik Hwang and Jan P. F. Lagerwall
    J. Polym. Sci. B Polym. Phys. 51, 11, pp. 855-867 (2013) Note: download is free for everyone, requiring no subscription to the journal
  11. Tuning the defect configurations in nematic and smectic liquid crystalline shells
    Hsin-Ling Liang, JungHyun Noh, Rudolf Zentel, Per Rudquist and Jan P. F. Lagerwall
    Philos. Trans. A 371, 1988, 20120258 (2013)
  12. Morphology and Core Continuity of Liquid-Crystal-Functionalized, Coaxially Electrospun Fiber Mats Tuned via the Polymer Sheath Solution
    Giusy Scalia, Eva Enz, Oronzo Calò, Dae Kyom. Kim, Minsik Hwang, Jong Hwan Lee, and Jan P.F. Lagerwall
    Macromol. Mater. Eng. 298, 5, pp. 583.589 (2013)
  13. A new era for liquid crystal research: applications of liquid crystals in soft matter nano-, bio- and microtechnology (Review article)
    Jan P. F. Lagerwall and Giusy Scalia
    Curr. Appl. Phys., 12, 6, pp. 1387-1412 (2012) Note: download is free for everyone; no subscription required.
  14. Coaxial electrospinning of liquid crystal-containing poly(vinyl pyrrolidone) microfibers
    Eva Enz, Ute Baumeister, Jan Lagerwall
    Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 5, 58, doi:10.3762/bjoc.5.58 (2009), themed issue on ‘Progress in Liquid crystal Chemistry’.
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    Carbon nanotubes in liquid crystals (Review article)
    Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Giusy Scalia
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    J. Mater. Chem. 18, 25, pp. 2890-2898 (2008), special issue on ‘Liquid crystals beyond display applications’.
  16. LagerwallGiesselmann_CPCreview_frontispiece2006
    Current topics in smectic liquid crystal research (Review article)
    Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Frank Giesselmann
    ChemPhysChem, 7, 1, pp. 20-45 (2006)
  17. Complex Chirality at the Nanoscale
    Jan P. F. Lagerwall and Frank Giesselmann
    ChemPhysChem, 11, 5, pp. 975-977 (2010)
Regular journal articles
  1. Liquid Crystal Elastomer Shell Actuators with Negative Order Parameter
    Venkata Subba Rao Jampani, Ross. H. Volpe, Kevin Regungo de Sousa, Joana Ferreira Machado, Christopher M. Yakacki Jan P.F. Lagerwall,
    Sci. Advances, 5, 4, eaaw2476 (2019)
  2. Micrometer scale porous buckling shell actuators based on liquid crystal networks
    Venkata Subba Rao Jampani, Dirk J. Mulder, Kevin Reguengo De Sousa, Anne-Hélène Gélébart, Jan P.F. Lagerwall, Albertus P.H.J. Schenning
    Adv. Funct. Mater. 28, 31, 1801209 (2018)
  3. Microfluidic Tensiometry Technique for the Characterization of the Interfacial Tension between Immiscible Liquids
    Lawrence Honaker, Jan Lagerwall, Venkata Subba Rao Jampani
    Langmuir, 34, 7, pp. 2403–2409 (2018)
  1. Geng et al 2017 384
    *Through the spherical looking-glass: asymmetry enables multicolored internal reflection in cholesteric liquid crystal shells
    Y. Geng , J.-H. Jang, K.-G, Noh , J. Noh, J. Lagerwall and S.-Y. Park
    Adv. Opt. Mater., 6, 1700923 (2018)
  2. Why organically functionalized nanoparticles increase the electrical conductivity of nematic liquid crystal dispersions
    M. Urbanski, J.P.F. Lagerwall
    J. Mater. Chem. C., 5, 34, pp. 8802-8809 (2017)
  3. Taming Liquid Crystal Self-Assembly: The Multifaceted Response of Nematic and Smectic Shells to Polymerization
    J. Noh, B. Henx, J.P.F. Lagerwall
    Adv., Mater, DOI 10.1002/adma.201603158 (2016)
  4. Correlation between structural properties and iridescent colors of cellulose nanocrystalline films
    M. Ličen, B. Majaron, J. Noh, C. Schütz, L. Bergström, J. Lagerwall, I. Drevenšek-Olenik
    Cellulose, DOI 10.1007/s10570-016-1066-z (2016)
  5. Enhancing Self-Assembly in Cellulose Nanocrystal Suspensions Using High-Permittivity Solvents
    Johanna Bruckner, Anja Kuhnhold, Camila Honorato-Rios, Tanja Schilling and Jan P. F. Lagerwall
    Langmuir, DOI: 10.1021/acs.langmuir.6b02647 (2016)
  6. *High-fidelity spherical cholesteric liquid crystal Bragg reflectors generating unclonable patterns for secure authentication
    Yong Geng, JungHyun Noh, Irena Drevensek-Olenik, Romano Rupp, Gabriele Lenzini and Jan P. F. Lagerwall
    Sci. Rep., 6, Article number: 26840, DOI: 10.1038/srep26840 (2016)
    The article has been featured in multiple popular science web sites, see http://www.nature.com/articles/srep26840/metrics
  7. Nanoparticles dispersed in liquid crystals: Impact on conductivity, low-frequency relaxation and electro-optical performance
    Martin Urbanski and Jan P. F. Lagerwall
    J. Mater. Chem. C, 4, 16, pp. 3485-3491 (2016)
  8. Influence of interface stabilisers and surrounding aqueous phases on nematic liquid crystal shells
    JungHyun Noh, Kevin Reguengo da Sousa and Jan P. F. Lagerwall
    Soft Matter, 12, 2, pp. 367 - 372 (2016)
  9. Multifunctional responsive fibers produced by dual liquid crystal core electrospinning
    YooMee Kye, Changsoon Kim and Jan P. F. Lagerwall
    J. Mater. Chem. C, 3, 8979-8985 (2015)
  10. Ultra-long ordered nanowires from the concerted self-assembly of discotic liquid crystal and solvent molecules
    Ji Hyun Park , Kyung Ho Kim , Yung Woo Park , Jan P. F. Lagerwall , and Giusy Scalia
    Langmuir, 31, 34, 9432–9440 (2015)
  11. Rod Packing in Chiral Nematic Cellulose Nanocrystal Dispersions Studied by Small-Angle X-ray Scattering and Laser Diffraction
    Christina Schütz, Michael Agthe, Andreas B. Fall, Korneliya Gordeyeva, Valentina Guccini, Michaela Salajková,
    Tomás S. Plivelic, Jan P. F. Lagerwall, German Salazar-Alvarez, and Lennart Bergström
    Langmuir, 31, 23, 6507–6513 (2015)
  12. Influence of Wetting on Morphology and Core Content in Electrospun Core–Sheath Fibers
    Dae Kyom Kim and Jan Lagerwall
    ACS Appl. Mater. Interf., 6, 18, 16441−16447 (2014)
  13. * Cellulose nanocrystal-based materials: from liquid crystal self- assembly and glass formation to multifunctional thin films
    Jan Lagerwall, Christina Schütz, Michaela Salajkova, JungHyun Noh, Ji Hyun Park, Giusy Scalia and Lennart Bergström
    NPG Asia Materials, 6, e80, doi:10.1038/am.2013.69 (2014), open access
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    * Tunable Multicolored Patterns From Photonic Cross Communication Between Cholesteric Liquid Crystal Droplets
    JungHyun Noh, Hsin-Ling Liang, Irena Drevensek-Olenik and Jan Lagerwall
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    J. Mater. Chem. C, 2, 5, p. 806 (2014)
  15. * One-piece micropumps from liquid crystalline core-shell particles
    Featured in the May 2013 issue of Soft Matter World
    Click here for a a 1-page popular science introduction to this paper.
    Eva-Kristina Fleischmann, Hsin-Ling Liang, Nadia Kapernaum, Frank Giesselmann, Jan P.F. Lagerwall, and Rudolf Zentel
    Nat. Commun., 8, (2012), DOI: 10.1038/ncomms2193
  16. Utilizing the Krafft phenomenon for achieving ideal micelle-free surfactant-stabilized nanoparticle suspensions
    Sarah Dölle, Bob-Dan Lechner, Ji Hyun Park, Stefan Schymura, Jan P. F. Lagerwall and Giusy Scalia
    Angewandte Chemie - Int. Ed., 51, pp. 3254-3257 (2012)
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    Towards tunable defect arrangements in smectic liquid crystal shells utilizing the nematic-smectic transition in hybrid-aligned geometries
    Hsin-Ling Liang, Rudolf Zentel, Per Rudquist and Jan Lagerwall
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    Soft Matter, 8, 20, pp. 5443 - 5450 (2012)
  18. Effects of chain branching and chirality on liquid crystalline phases of bent-core molecules:
    blue phases, de Vries transitions and switching of diastereomeric states
    Hale Ocak, Belkiz Bilgin-Eran, Marko Prehm, Stefan Schymura, Jan P. F. Lagerwall and Carsten Tschierske
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    Soft Matter, 7, 18, pp. 8266 - 8280 (2011)
  19. Liquid Crystals in Novel Geometries prepared by Microfluidics and Electrospinning
    Hsin-Ling Liang, Eva Enz, Giusy Scalia and Jan Lagerwall
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    Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst., 549, pp. 69-77 (2011)
  20. * Nematic-smectic transition under confinement in liquid crystalline colloidal shells
    Featured in the December 2011 issue of Soft Matter World
    Hsin-Ling Liang, Stefan Schymura, Per Rudquist and Jan Lagerwall
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    Phys. Rev. Lett., 106, 24, 247801 (2011)
  21. Filament formation in carbon nanotube-doped lyotropic liquid crystals
    Stefan Schymura, Sarah Dölle, Jun Yamamoto and Jan Lagerwall
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    Soft Matter, 7, 6, 2663 - 2667 (2011)
  22. Tailor-designed polyphilic promotors for stabilizing dispersions of carbon nanotubes in liquid crystals
    Martin Kühnast, Carsten Tschierske and Jan Lagerwall
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    Chem. Commun., 46, pp. 6989-6991 (2010)
  23. Towards Efficient Dispersion of Carbon Nanotubes in Thermotropic Liquid Crystals
    Stefan Schymura, Martin Kühnast, Vanessa Lutz, Stefan Jagiella, Ursula Dettlaff-Weglikowska, Siegmar Roth, Frank Giesselmann, Carsten Tschierske, Giusy Scalia, and Jan Lagerwall
    Adv. Funct. Mater., 20, 19, pp. 3350–3357 (2010)
  24. * Electrospun microfibres with temperature sensitive iridescence from encapsulated cholesteric liquid crystal
    Highlighted on the journal cover page
    Eva Enz and Jan Lagerwall
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    J. Mater. Chem., 20, 33, pp. 6866-6872 (2010)
  25. Self-assembled ordered structures in thin films of HAT5 discotic liquid crystal
    P. Morales, J. Lagerwall, P. Vacca, S. Laschat, and G. Scalia,
    Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 6, 51, doi:10.3762/bjoc.6.51 (2010) Note: download is free for everyone, requiring no subscription to the journal
  26. Macroscopic-scale carbon nanotube alignment via self-assembly in lyotropic liquid crystals
    S. Schymura, E. Enz, S. Roth, G. Scalia, J.P.F. Lagerwall
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    Synth. Met., 159, 21-22, pp. 2177-2179 (2009)
  27. Electrolyte effects on the stability of nematic and lamellar lyotropic liquid crystal phases
    – colligative and ion-specific aspects
    Ute Dawin, Jan P.F. Lagerwall and Frank Giesselmann
    J. Phys. Chem. B, 113, 33, pp. 11414-11420 (2009)
  28. On the balance between syn- and anticlinicity in smectic phases formed   by achiral hockey-stick mesogens with and without chiral dopants
    E. Enz, S.   Findeisen-Tandel, R.   Dabrowski, F.   Giesselmann, W.   Weissflog, U.   Baumeister, and J.   Lagerwall,
    Download from University of Luxembourg repository here
    J. Mater. Chem., 19, 19, pp. 2950-2957 (2009)
  29. Coaxial electrospinning of microfibres with liquid crystal in the core
    J.P.F. Lagerwall, J.T. McCann, E. Formo, G. Scalia, and Y. Xia
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    Chem. Commun., 42, pp. 5420-5422 (2008)
  30. Spontaneous macroscopic carbon nanotube alignment via colloidal suspension in
    hexagonal columnar lyotropic liquid crystals
    G. Scalia, C. von Bühler, C. Hägele, S. Roth, F. Giesselmann, and J.P.F. Lagerwall
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    Soft Matter, 4, 3, pp. 570-576 (2008)
  31. Order-disorder molecular model of the smectic A – smectic C phase transition in materials with conventional and anomalously weak layer contraction
    M. V. Gorkunov, M. A. Osipov, J.P.F. Lagerwall and F. Giesselmann
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    Phys. Rev. E, 76, 5, p. 051706 (2007)
  32. Carbon nanotubes in liquid crystals as versatile functional materials
    G. Scalia, J.P.F. Lagerwall, S. Schymura, M. Haluska, F. Giesselmann, and S. Roth
    Phys. Status Solidi B, 244, 11, pp. 4212-4217 (2007)
  33. Molecular model for de Vries type smectic-A–smectic-C phase transition in liquid crystals
    M. V. Gorkunov, F. Giesselman, J. P. F. Lagerwall, T. J. Sluckin and M. A. Osipov
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    Phys. Rev. E, 75, 060701(R) (2007)
  34. Antiferroelectric Liquid Crystals with Induced Intermediate Polar Phases and the Effects of Doping with Carbon Nanotubes
    Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Roman Dabrowski, Giusy Scalia
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    J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 353, 47-51, pp. 4411-4417 (2007)
  35. Partitioning and reorientational dynamics of phenylalcohols in SDS lyotropic liquid crystalline mesophases: an ALC-µSR study
    Aleksandra Martyniak, Herbert Dilger, Iain McKenzie, Robert Scheuermann, Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Emil Roduner
    Colloid Surf. A, 309, 1-3, pp. 224-230 (2007)
  36. * Nanotube alignment using lyotropic liquid crystals
    Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Giusy Scalia, Miroslav Haluska, Ursula Dettlaff-Weglikowska,
    Siegmar Roth, Frank Giesselmann
    Adv. Mater. 19, 3, pp. 359-364 (2007)
  37. Simultaneous alignment and dispersion of carbon nanotubes with lyotropic liquid crystals
    Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Giusy Scalia, Miroslav Haluska, Ursula Dettlaff-Weglikowska,
    Frank Giesselmann, Siegmar Roth
    Phys. Status Solidi B, 246, 13. pp. 3046-3049 (2006)
  38. Effect of phenyl rings in liquid crystal molecules on SWCNTs studied by Raman spectroscopy
    Giusy Scalia, Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Miroslav Haluska, Ursula Dettlaff-Weglikowska,
    Frank Giesselmann, Siegmar Roth
    Phys. Status Solidi B, 246, 13. pp. 3238-3241 (2006)
  39. On the change in helix handedness at transitions between the Sm-C* and Sm-Ca* phases in chiral smectic liquid crystals
    Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Frank Giesselmann, Mikhail A. Osipov
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    Liq. Cryst. 33, 6. pp. 625-633 (2006)
  40. The peculiar optic, dielectric and x-ray diffraction properties of a fluorinated de Vries asymmetric-diffuse-cone-model ferroelectric liquid crystal
    This paper was the second most downloaded article in the 2006 volume of the journal ‘Liquid Crystals’, as of 18.5.2007.
    Jan P. F. Lagerwall, David Coleman, Eva Körblova, Chris Jones, Renfan Shao, José M. Otón, David M. Walba, Noel A. Clark, Frank Giesselmann
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    Liq. Cryst. 33, 1, pp. 17-24 (2006)
  41. Frustration between syn- and anticlinicity in mixtures of chiral and non-chiral tilted smectic-C-type liquid crystals
    Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Gerd Heppke, Frank Giesselmann
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    Eur. Phys. J. E 18, 1, pp. 113-121 (2005)
  42. Electrolyte effects on the nematic-isotropic phase transition in lyotropic liquid crystals
    Prabir K. Mukherjee, Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Frank Giesselmann
    Liq. Cryst. 32, 10, pp. 1301-1306 (2005)
  43. Chiral smectic C subphases induced by mixing a bistereogenic antiferroelectric liquid crystal with a non-chiral liquid crystal
    Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Frank Giesselmann, Sebastian Rauch, Gerd Heppke, Per Rudquist and Sven T. Lagerwall
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    Ferroelectrics, 315, pp. 221-230 (2005)
  44. A study of a bistereogenic mesogen for the development of orthoconic antiferroelectric liquid crystal materials
    Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Chris Yates, Sebastian Rauch and Gerd Heppke
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    Ferroelectrics, 315, pp. 213-219 (2005)
  45. Differences between smectic homo- and copolysiloxanes as a consequence of microphase separation
    Martin Rößle, Lydia Braun, Dieter Schollmeyer, Rudolf Zentel,
    Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Frank Giesselmann, Ralf Stannarius
    Liq. Cryst. 32, 5, pp. 533-538 (2005)
  46. Demonstration of the antiferroelectric aspect of the helical superstructures in
    Sm-C*, Sm-Cα* and Sm-Ca* liquid crystals
    Jan P. F. Lagerwall
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    Phys. Rev. E, 71, pp. 051703 (2005)
  47. Generation of frustrated liquid crystal phases by mixing an achiral N–SmC mesogen with an antiferroelectric chiral smectic liquid crystal
    Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Frank Giesselmann, Christine Selbmann, Sebastian Rauch, Gerd Heppke
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    J. Chem. Phys. 122, 14, pp. 144906 (2005)
  48. A chameleon chiral polar liquid crystal: rod-shaped when nematic, bent-shaped when smectic
    Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Frank Giesselmann, Michael D. Wand and David M. Walba
    Chem. Mater. 16, 19, pp. 3606 - 3615 (2004)
  49. Polarity-directed analog electrooptic switching in a low-polarization chiral smectic liquid crystal with positive dielectric anisotropy
    Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Alexander Kane, Noel A. Clark and David M. Walba
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    Phys. Rev. E, 70, p. 031703 (2004)
  50. (-)-Isopinocampheol substituted mesogens: an investigation of the effect of bulky terminal groups in chiral smectic liquid crystals
    Chris Yates, Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Maurizio Nobili, Sebastian Rauch and Gerd Heppke
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    Ferroelectrics, 311, pp. 67 - 75 (2004)
  51. On the origin of high optical director tilt in a partially fluorinated orthoconic antiferroelectric liquid crystal
    Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Frank Giesselmann, Alexander Saipa and Roman Dabrowski
    Liq. Cryst. 31, 9, pp. 1175-1184 (2004)
  52. Ferroelectric polysiloxane liquid crystals with ’de Vries’-type smectic A* -smectic C* transitions
    Martin Rößle, Rudolf Zentel, Jan Lagerwall and Frank Giesselmann
    Liq. Cryst. (Preliminary Communication) 31, 6, pp. 883 - 887 (2004)
  53. On the phase sequence of antiferroelectric liquid crystals and its relation to orientational and translational order
    Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Per Rudquist, Sven T. Lagerwall and Frank Giesselmann
    Liq. Cryst. 30, 4, pp. 399 - 414 (2003)
  54. Tilt plane orientation in antiferroelectric liquid crystal cells and the origin of the pretransitional effect
    Per Rudquist, Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Johann G. Meier, Koen D’havé and Sven T. Lagerwall
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    Phys. Rev. E 66, 061708 (2002)
  55. Antiferroelectric liquid crystal mixture without smectic layer shrinkage at the direct Sm-A* - Sm-Ca * transition
    Frank Gießelmann, Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Gunnar Andersson and Marc D. Radcliffe
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    Phys. Rev. E 66, 051704 (2002)
  56. Optical and X-ray evidence of the de Vries Sm-A*–Sm-C* transition in a non-layer shrinkage ferroelectric liquid crystal with very weak interlayer tilt correlation
    Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Frank Giesselmann, Marc Radcliffe
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    Phys. Rev. E, 66, 031703 (2002)
  57. Phases, phase transitions and confinement effects in a series of antiferroelectric liquid crystals
    Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Deven D. Parghi, Daniel Krüerke, Fathi Gouda, Pontus Jägemalm
    Liq. Cryst. 29, 2, pp. 163-178 (2002)
  58. Surface- and Field-Induced AFLC Structures Detected by Dielectric Spectroscopy
    Jan Lagerwall, Per Rudquist, Sven Lagerwall, Bengt Stebler
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    Ferroelectrics, 277, pp. 553 - 564 (2002)
  59. Optic, electrooptic and dielectric properties of novel antiferroelectric liquid crystal compounds
    Pontus Jägemalm, Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Anders Dahlgren, Lachezar Komitov, Avtar Matharu, Chris Grover, Fathi Gouda, Abdul A. Kutub
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    Ferroelectrics, 244, pp. 147-157 (2000)
  60. Electrooptic and Dielectric Properties of New Antiferroelectric Liquid Crystal Mixtures
    Gunnar Andersson, Roman Dabrowski, Witold Drzewinski, Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Marek Matuszczyk, Tomasz Matuszczyk, Pawel Perkowski and Zbigniew Raszewski
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    Ferroelectrics, 244, pp. 137-146 (2000)
  61. Antiferroelectric Liquid Crystals with 45° Tilt – A New Class of Promising Electro-Optic Materials
    Koen D’havé, Anders Dahlgren, Per Rudquist, Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Gunnar Andersson, Marek Matuszczyk, Sven T. Lagerwall, Roman Dabrowski and Witold Drzewinski
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    Ferroelectrics, 244, pp. 115-128 (2000)
  62. On the Coexistence of SmC* and SmCA* Phases in Binary Chiral-Dopant Antiferroelectric Mixtures
    Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Deven D. Parghi and Gerd Heppke
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    Ferroelectrics, 244, pp. 211-221 (2000)
  63. The Dependence on the Helical Pitch of the Antiferroelectric Dielectric Modes
    Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Tobias Fütterer, Dirk Moro and Gerd Heppke
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    Ferroelectrics, 244, pp. 223-231 (2000)
  64. Dielectric Investigations of a Chiral Monomer and Side Chain Polymer
    Fathi Gouda, Abdul A. Kutub, Katalin Fodor-Csorba, Giancarlo Galli, Emi Chiellini, Lachezar Komitov, Jan P. F. Lagerwall and Sven T. Lagerwall
    Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst., 352, pp. 169- 177 (2000)
  65. Electrooptic and dielectric spectroscopy measurements of binary chiral-dopant antiferroelectric mixtures
    Deven D. Parghi, Jan P. F. Lagerwall and Gerd Heppke
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    Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst., 351, pp. 361-370 (2000)
  66. The Case of Thresholdless Antiferroelectricity: Polarization-Stabilized Twisted SmC* Liquid Crystals give V-shaped Electro-Optic Response
    Per Rudquist, Jan P. F. Lagerwall, Marius Buivydas, Fathi Gouda, Sven T. Lagerwall, Noel A. Clark, Joseph E. Maclennan, Renfan F. Shao, David Coleman, Sebastien Bardon, Tommaso Bellini, Darren R. Link, Giorgio Natale, Matthew A. Glaser, David M. Walba, Michael D. Wand and X. H. Chen
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    J. Mater. Chem., 9, 6, pp. 1257-1261 (1999)