197 Applications of Engineered Structured Particulates

Monday, November 14, 2016: 3:15 PM - 5:45 PM
Bay View (Hotel Nikko San Francisco)
Description:
This session invites abstracts of work involving nano and sub-micron scale particles that have been engineered to achieve desired physiochemical properties with improved characteristics for specific applications. The engineered particles can be of various types, for example: core-shell particles, composite particles, particles with designed surface functionality, anisotropic particles, co-precipitates, and larger scale systems that rely on engineered particles. In most such cases, the emphasis is on effective utilization of the unique properties of the structured particulate systems with potential applications in a variety of industries including pharmaceuticals, optics, sensing, biomedical, defense, electronics, food, cosmetics, ceramics and specialty chemicals. Papers that discuss formation as well as unique applications are strongly encouraged.

Sponsor:
Particle Production and Characterization

Chair:
Rachel Smith
Email: rachel.smith@sheffield.ac.uk

Co-Chair:
Stephen L. Conway
Email: stephen_conway@merck.com


3:15 PM
(197a) Polyelectrolyte Coating of Nanoparticles for Applications in High Salinity Media
Joohyung Lee, Ehsan Moaseri, Muhammad Iqbal, Yunping Fei, Chola Dandamudi, Behzad Chang, Eric Annestrand, Mengdi Sun, Nijia Zhou, Bonnie Lyon-Marion, Jae Jin Han, Kurt Pennell, Christopher J. Ellison and Keith Johnston

3:35 PM
(197b) A Novel Method for the Analysis of Particle Coating Behaviour Via Contact Spreading in a Tumbling Drum
Norzaida Yusof, Kate Pitt, Joshua Green, Andrew Campbell, Hossein Ahmadian, Andy Patton, Simon Greener and Rachel Smith

4:15 PM
(197d) Microfluidic Fabrication of Compartmentalized Hydrogel Microparticles By Extractive Gelation
Anna Pittermannova, Ales Zadrazil, Frantisek Stepanek, Jerome Bibette, Nicolas Bremond and Zuzana Ruberova

4:55 PM
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