SPRING 2010 PTFE Seminar Series

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    • Monday January 11, 2010 - Monday April 26, 2010
      3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
  • Location: MRDC I Room 2407
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Summary Sentence: Spring 2010 PTFE Seminar Series

Full Summary: Spring 2010 PTFE Seminar Series

January 11
Pete Ludovice, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Georgia Tech
"Applied Molecular Modeling - more than just video games"

January 25
Miriam Rafailovich, Materials Science & Engineering, SUNY Stony Brook
"Electrospun polymers: effects of confinement"

February 1

February 8
Geoff Coates, Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Cornell University
Development of New Routes to Environmentally Benign Polymeric Materials

February 15
Christopher Viney, Engineering, University of California Merced
Held up by a Thread: some material lessons from silk

February 22
John Hart, Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan
Making Carbon Nanotube Forests: From Collective Growth Mechanics to Complex Materials

March 1
Paul Nealey, Chemical and Biological Engineering, University of Wisconsin
Directed Assembly of Block Copolymer Thin Films

March 8
Shulamith Schlick, Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Detroit Mercy
Polymer Degradation and Stabilization by ESR and ESR Imaging: from Heterophasic Polymers to Ionomer Membranes used in Fuel Cells

March 29
Lou Madsen, Chemistry, Virginia Tech
Understanding Transport and Anisotropy in Nanostructured Membranes and Fluids

April 5
Wim de Jeu, Polymer Science and Engineering, University of Massachusetts
Order, Disorder and Strain in Smectic Elastomers

April 12
David Lashmore, Nanocomp Technologies

April 19
Robert Guldberg, Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Tech
Enabling Biotechnologies for Musculoskeletal Tissue Regeneration

April 26
Russell Gorga, College of Textiles, North Carolina State University
Polymeric nanofibers: from fabrication to application

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block copolymer thin films, electrospun polymers, fuel cells, molecular modeling, tissue regeneration
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