604 Processing and Technology of Composites

Wednesday, November 16, 2016: 3:15 PM - 5:45 PM
Golden Gate 4 (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
This session invites papers on various aspects of the continuously evolving technology in composites engineering and manufacturing. Processing parameters influence the morphology and resulting properties of useful materials. A topical example of this is in the field of additive manufacturing or 3-D printing of polymer composites. Studies involving melt or solution processing, supercritical fluid or plasma treatment, for example, are all welcome. Young faculty or early career industry researchers are especially encouraged to submit to feature brash new concepts in processing developments.


John Zhanhu Guo
Email: zguo10@utk.edu

Giuseppe Palmese
Email: grp27@drexel.edu

Evan K. Wujcik
Email: Evan.Wujcik@lamar.edu

Xingru Yan
Email: yanxingru@gmail.com

3:15 PM

3:51 PM
(604c) New Aligned Coaxial Nanofibers for Neural Tissue Engineering
Rachel Martin, Michael Mullins, Feng Zhao and Zichen Qian

4:09 PM
(604d) Silk-Gold Nanorod Nanocomposite Films for Rapid Tissue Repair
Russell Urie, Mitzi Thelakkaden, Chengchen Guo, Michael Jaffe, Jeff Yarger and Kaushal Rege

4:27 PM

5:21 PM
(604h) The Development of Ceramic Metal Oxide Membranes By Means of Reactive Electrospinning
Brianna Vail Cook, Matthew Galazzo, Joshua Yamaguchi, Luke Gibson and Keith M. Forward
See more of this Group/Topical: Materials Engineering and Sciences Division