Colloidal and bulk block polymer nanostructured materials fabricated via solvent- or polymerization-induced structural transitions have been used in a host of applications ranging from biomedical to energy technologies. In both methods, the resulting nanostructure forms due to a change in the initial environment by either changing the solvent quality or the compatibility between polymers during polymerization.
Graphene: A Realistic View
The Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology (WIN) is pleased to present a Distinguished Lecture Series talk by Dr. Arun Majumdar, Jay Precourt Professor of Stanford University, and former US Under-Secretary of Energy, as part of our WIN Research Day and Symposium for Next Generation Energy Systems Thematic Area.
This event will also feature research presentations from WIN members in this area, a panel discussion and a poster session. The event will conclude with a networking mixer to continue conversation.
WIN research presentations by: