415 Nanostructured Polymer Films

Tuesday, November 10, 2015: 3:15 PM - 5:45 PM
251B (Salt Palace Convention Center)

This session is dedicated to investigations of the chemistry, structure, morphology, and properties of polymeric materials in 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. ***Note to faculty candidates: please include a note to the session chair during submission to alert them to your status*** +++Note: this session will be sorted jointly with Polymer Thin Films and Interfaces. Authors may submit to either session.+++

Gila E. Stein Email: gestein@uh.edu
Lisa M. Hall Email: hall.1004@osu.edu

4:00 PM
(415c) Glass Transition Temperature, Viscosity and Dynamics of Thin Polymeric Films in a Leveling Experiment
Daniel Alejandro Olaya-Muñoz, Paul F. Nealey and Juan P. Hernandez-Ortiz

4:15 PM
(415d) Enhanced Optical and Thermal Dynamics in Polymer Nanostructure Films
D. Keith Roper, Jeremy Dunklin, Keith Berry, Gregory T. Forcherio and Phillip Blake

4:30 PM
(415e) Counterion, pH, and Temperature Effects on Poly(dimethylaminoethyl methacrylate) Thin Films
Erick S. Vasquez, Swati Kumari, Erik S Antonio and Keisha B. Walters

5:15 PM
(415h) Stuydy of the Incorporation of Cadmium Sulphide-Carbon Nanotubes in a Polymer Matrix
Mayra Agustina Pantoja-Castro, Francisco Lopez-Villarreal, Juan F. Pérez-Robles, Juan Rodrigo Laguna-Camacho, Carlos Antonio Márquez-Vera, Melva Griselda Chan-Trinidad and Horacio González-Rodríguez

5:30 PM
(415i) Brushed Soft Contact Lenses for Reducing Lid-Wiper Sliding Friction
Clayton J. Radke, Daniel T. Bregante, Vincent Pang and Thomas J. Dursch Jr.
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