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INVITED TALKS AT CONFERENCES (Selected)

6. Gelation by molecular self-assembly: Can we understand it and can we predict it?.
ECI Biological and Pharmaceutical Complex Fluids II, Durham, NC (2014)
5. New materials by self- and directed assembly.
Mesoscale Science Frontiers Meeting, Santa Fe, NM (2014)
4. Can supramolecular gelation of organic solvents be predicted a priori?.
American Chemical Society (ACS) Meeting, Dallas, TX (2014)
3. Hybrid polymer hydrogels comprising zones of distinct stimuli-responsive properties.
International Symposium on Stimuli-Responsive Materials, Santa Rosa, CA (2013)
2. Modulating polymer self-assembly to reversibly convert liquid blood into a gel.
Polymers for Advanced Technologies Conference, Berlin, Germany (2013)
1. Polymer microcapsules that exhibit chemically-activated motion.
American Chemical Society (ACS) Meeting, Indianapolis, IN (2013)

INVITED TALKS AT UNIVERSITIES (Selected)

5. Adventures with self- and directed assembly.
Department of Chemical Engineering & Materials Sci., Univ. of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN (2014)
4. Polymeric materials that stop severe bleeding: A story of our attempt at translating fundamental discoveries in the lab into a life-saving technology.
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, NC State University, Raleigh, NC (2014)
3. Adventures with self- and directed assembly.
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO (2013)
2. Designer materials by self- and directed assembly.
Department of Biomedical Engineering, Brown University, Providence, RI (2013)
1. Designer materials by self- and directed assembly.
Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI (2013)

INVITED TALKS AT NATIONAL LABS (Selected)

4. Polymer hydrogels, capsules, and hemostatic foams: Designing the next generation of soft matter.
Materials Science & Engineering Division, NIST, Gaithersburg, MD (2014)
3. Microfluidics as a platform for synthesizing microscale particles.
Biochemical Science Division, NIST, Gaithersburg, MD (2011)
2. Colloid science as the foundation for nanotechnology.
Food & Drug Administration (FDA), Silver Spring, MD (2011)
1. Exploiting self- and directed assembly for materials design.
Edgewood Chemical & Biological Center (ECBC), Edgewood, MD (2011)

INVITED TALKS AT CORPORATE RESEARCH LABS (Selected)

4. Stimuli-responsive solutions, gels, and capsules.
Procter & Gamble Co., Cincinnati, OH (2014)
3. Designer materials by self- and directed assembly.
BASF Research Center, Wyandotte, MI (2013)
2. Self- and directed assembly of soft matter.
SC Johnson Inc., Racine, WI (2012)
1. Stimuli-responsive fluids, gels and capsules by self- and directed assembly.
Lion Corporation R&D Headquarters, Tokyo, Japan (2012)

 

Last updated: September 7, 2014

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