145 Multifunctional Composites

Monday, November 17, 2014: 12:30 PM
International 9 (Marriott Marquis Atlanta)
The next generation of composite structures possess smart multifunctional properties. The aim is to simultaneously improve mechanical, electrical, thermal, barrier, flammability, and impact behavior of the composite structures using an array of micro- and nano-inclusions. This session invites all papers related to various aspects of design, fabrication, testing, and characterization of multifunctional composites for different applications.


Holly A. Stretz
Email: HStretz@tntech.edu

Qingliang He
Email: qhe@lamar.edu

Luyi Sun
Email: luyi.sun@uconn.edu

12:30 PM
(145a) Controlling Solar Cell Active Layers Via Surface Modification and Gas Expanded Polymer Annealing
Sarah Russell, Holly A. Stretz, Mark Dadmun, S. Michael Kilbey II and Zach Seibers

12:52 PM
(145b) Polymer Functionalized Graphene Oxide As Thermally Responsive Ion Permeable Membrane
Jingmei Shen, Kai Han, Yi Y. (Chloe) Wu, Elizabeth Martin, Cary M. Hayner, Mayfair C. Kung, Kenneth R. Shull and Harold H. Kung

1:14 PM
(145c) Epoxy/Magnetite/Carbon Nanofibers Nanohybrids for Anticorrosion Coatings
Huige Wei, Jiang Guo, Yiran Wang, Suying Wei and Zhanhu Guo

1:36 PM

2:42 PM
(145g) Rubber Filler Assisted Graphene Based Multi-Functional Polymer Composite Materials
Indrani Chakraborty, Kevin Bodurtha, Nicholas Heeder, Arun Shukla and Arijit Bose
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