Our researchers are making big discoveries in the smallest of spaces—developing polymer-based solutions for micro-electronics, nanoparticle drug delivery systems, flame-resistant fabrics and more.
Institutes, centers and labs related to Polymer-based nanotechnology
Faculty who conduct research in Polymer-based nanotechnology
Explores polymer material nanostructure to discover new phenomena and functionality
Develops processing-structure-property relationships in polymeric systems; creates micro- and nano-layered films; and produces biomimetic hierarchical structures of soft materials
Develops and functionalizes polymeric and carbon nanomaterials for energy applications
Combines experiments, theory and simulation to study fundamental problems in the polymer physics of grafted and non-linear polymers
Develops advanced benzoxazine resins, thermosetting resins based on natural renewable materials and green flame retarding systems
Engineering new materials and technologies for industrial applications
Develops polymeric materials at the interface of chemistry, molecular biology and materials science
Investigates catalysis with soft materials: catalytic surfactants and polymers; complex macromolecular architectures for bio-inspired catalysis; and ligand-mediated nanocatalysis
Develops bio-based, flame-retarded plastics, polymer aerogels and packaging materials; and studies properties of polyesters
Develops advanced polymers for packaging, biomaterial applications and more.