356 Thin Film Block Copolymer Self-Assembly and Morphology

Tuesday, November 18, 2014: 12:30 PM
International 10 (Marriott Marquis Atlanta)
This session is dedicated to investigations of the chemistry, structure, morphology, and properties of polymeric materials at interfacial regions. Understanding these interfacial regions is becoming increasingly important as the trend towards miniaturization and integration continues, leading to devices with an increasing number of interfaces and complex material formulations. Theoretical, computational, and experimental papers are welcome on polymeric interfacial properties as well as research investigating emerging technologies through the exploitation of polymeric interfacial phenomena.


Jan-Michael Carrillo
Email: janmikel@alumni.uconn.edu

S.Michael Kilbey II
Email: mkilbey@utk.edu

1:10 PM
(356b) Evolutionary Optimization of Directed Self-Assembly on Chemically Patterned Substrate
Gurdaman Khaira, Jian Qin, Grant Garner, Shisheng Xiong, Lei Wan, Ricardo Ruiz, Paul F. Nealey and Juan J. de Pablo

1:40 PM
(356d) Multiple Phases of Block Copolymer Micelles Formed Via Electrospray-Enabled Interfacial Instability
Matthew S. Souva, Gauri M. Nabar, Jessica O. Winter and Barbara E. Wyslouzil

1:55 PM
(356e) Polymer-based Air-gap MEMS Packaging Compatible with Epoxy-overmolding on Lead-frame Substrates
Erdal Uzunlar, Anosh Daruwalla, Zhiyuan Zhu, Roozbeh Tabrizian, Farrokh Ayazi and Paul A. Kohl

2:25 PM
(356h) Patterning Polystyrene Thin Films By Photodirecting Marangoni Convective Flow
Chae Bin Kim, Dustin W. Janes, Talha A. Arshad, Joshua M. Katzenstein, Nathan A. Prisco, Dana L. McGuffin, Roger T. Bonnecaze and Christopher J. Ellison

2:55 PM
(356j) Understanding Defect Annealing Kinetics in Self-Assembled Block Copolymers Using a Coarse Grained Block-Copolymer Model
Andrew J. Peters, Richard A. Lawson, Benjamin Nation, Peter J. Ludovice and Clifford L. Henderson

12:30 PM
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