Polymer Thin Films and Interfaces I
Block copolymer thin films provide the opportunity to design materials ideal for nanoscale applications based on their ability to self-assemble into periodic structures. This session highlights recent experimental, theoretical, and computational developments related to designing, manipulating, characterizing, or utilizing the nanoscale architectures afforded in thin films. Contributions related to the synthesis and assembly of novel functional thin film materials, directed assembly, high-throughput techniques, thermodynamics of thin film processing, and structure-property relationships are encouraged. Applications of the films including, but not limited to, patterning, membranes, biological templates, electronics, and photonics are also welcome.
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