2nd Annual Notre Dame Soft Polymer Materials Symposium & Poster Session

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Location: Jordan Hall of Science - Room 322 and Galleria

The 2nd Annual Notre Dame Soft Polymer Materials Symposium and Poster Session will be held on Thursday, October 22, 2015 at Jordan Hall.  This one-day symposium addresses the general synthesis and characterization of synthetic soft materials and their broad application in biomedical fields.

In addition, the symposium will include a Science Forum and Tour targeting the participation of local high school and college students/teachers.

Registration

Please register your Symposium attendance and posters here by October 14.

Questions?

Contact Heidi Deethardt at deethardt.1@nd.edu or 574-631-0279.

Agenda (subject to change)

  SESSION 1
Polymer Soft Materials 
8:40 - 10:40 am • Room 322 Jordan Hall
  Presenter Title of Talk
8:40 am Prof. Haifeng Gao
Chemistry & Biochemistry
One-pot synthesis of highly branched polymers with well-defined nanostructures
9:00 am Prof. Hsueh-Chia Chang
Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering  
Electrospray synthesis of nanofibers and nanoparticles
9:20 am Prof. Jonathan Whitmer
Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Soft materials design through free energy mapping
9:40 am Prof. Ruilan Guo
Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Towards rational design of membrane materials for gas separations
10:00 am Prof. William Phillip
Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
High throughput fabrication of membranes with nanoscale chemical features
10:20 am Prof. Tengfei Luo
Aerospace/Mechanical Engineering
Thermal transport across solid-polymer interfaces
10:40 am    Break  
  SESSION 2
Bio-nanotechnology
10:50 am - 12:30 pm • Room 322 Jordan Hall
  Presenter Title of Talk
10:50 am Mr. Ray Boucher
Dow AgroScience
Delivering convenience in a complex world:
The challenge and opportunity for novel formulation in pesticide delivery
11:10 am Prof. Scott Howard
Electrical Engineering
Molecular imaging of the tissue micro-environment by multiphoton microscopy
11:30 am Dr. Prakash Nallathamby
Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering
Targeted nanoparticles for cancer detection and therapeutics
11:50 am Dr. Doug Rice
Chemistry & Biochemistry
Current state of image guided surgery
12:10 pm Prof. W. Matthew Leevy
Biological & Sciences
Innovation at the interface of 3D printing and biomedical imaging
     
  Graduate Student & Postdoc
Poster Session    
1:45 - 3:45 pm • Jordan Galleria (first floor)
  Dr. Shuangjiang Luo
Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Iptycene-based polyimides with controlled molecular cavity architecture for membrane gas separation
  Dr. Peng Gao
Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Template synthesis of nanomaterials by ink-jet printing
  Siyi Qu
Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Chemically-tailored fabrication of mixed mosaic membrane with printer
  Feng Gao
Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Inkjet printing of layer-by-layer assembled charge mosaic membranes
  Yizhou Zhang
Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Composite self-assembled block polymer hollow fiber nanofiltration membranes
  Xiaosong Cao
Chemistry & Biochemistry
One-pot synthesis of hyperbranched polymers with over a million molecular weight and low polydispersity 
  Weiping Gan
Chemistry & Biochemistry
One pot synthesis of hyperbranched polymers with controllable degree of branching
  Dr. Yi Shi
Chemistry & Biochemistry
Chain-growth click polymerization of AB2 monomers for the formation of hyperbranched
polymers with low polydispersities in a one-pot process
  Xiaofeng Wang
Chemistry & Biochemistry
One-pot synthesis of hyperstar polymers via sequential ATRP of inimers and
functional monomers in aqueous dispersed media 
  Robert Graff
Chemistry & Biochemistry
Regulating the synthesis of nanostructured polymers by atom transfer radical polymerization in microemulsion
  Dr. Tao Jiang
Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering
Hydrogen-bond enhanced thermal transport across hard-soft materials
  Teng Zhang
Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering
Non-aqueous hydrogen bonds enable ultra-efficient thermal transport 
  Jennifer Wiegand
Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Physical aging study on triptycene-based polyimides for gas separation membranes
  Joseph Aboki
Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Triptycene-based sulfonated poly(arylene ether sulfone) multiblock copolymers for proton exchange membranes
  Jacob Weidman
Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
pH-dependent hysteretic pore size of nanoporous block polymer membranes lined by polyacrylic acid brushes
  Gregory Kline
Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Studies on crosslinking heterogeneity in CO2-selective separation membranes
  Ashish Kushwaha
Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Organo-soluble polybenzoxazoles (PBOs) for high performance gas separation membranes: a novel synthesis route and transport properties

Event sponsors

College of Science
College of Engineering
Dept. of Chemistry & Biochemistry
Dept. of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Advanced Diagnostics & Therapeutics (AD&T)
Center for Nano Science & Technology (NDnano)