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Institute for Multiscale Materials Studies (IMMS) Metrics

Fourth Quarter 2012

Faculty involved in Collaborative Research Projects

Amr Abdel-Fattah, EES-14, Untitled at this time

Amr Abdel-Fattah, EES-14, The Stability and Subsurface Transport of Intrinsic Plutonium Colloids

Amr Abdel-Fattah, EES-14, Role of NOM on Fate and Transport of Nanoparticles under Varying Aqueous Solution Chemistry

Marianne Francois, CCS-2, Physics of Foams and Emulsions

Gnana Gnanakaran, T-6, Development of Coarse-Grained Models for Protein Aggregation for Understanding Mechanisms Associated with Immune Responses

Doug Hemphill, MST-7, Molecular and Structural Characterization of Hydrogen-Blown RTV Silicone Foams to Evaluate and Optimize Material Performance and Production

Doug Hemphill, MST-7, Polysiloxane Thin Film Stability Determinants of Wall Morphology and Mechanical Properties of Polymeric Foam Materials for Strategic Applications

Neil Henson, T-1, Ionic Transport in Confined Geometries Under Variable Electric Fields

Rex Hjelm, LANSCE-LC, Small Angle X-ray Scattering to Probe Strain-Induced Void Formation in Siloxane Elastomers

Ed Kober, IMMS, Ionic Transport in Confined Geometries Under Variable Electric Fields

Ed Kober, IMMS, Models for Electroactive Elastomers for Actuators in Polymeric Foam Systems

Ed Kober, IMMS, Physics of Foams and Emulsions

Ed Kober, IMMS, Polysiloxane Thin Film Stability Determinants of Wall Morphology and Mechanical Properties of Polymeric Foam Materials for Strategic Applications

Matthew Lewis, W-13, The Effects of Topology on the Crushing and Energy Absorption of Elastomeric Unit Cells

Matthew Lewis, W-13, Models for Electroactive Elastomers for Actuators in Polymeric Foam Systems

Anna Llobet, LANSCE-LC, Understanding Functional Materials at Multiple Length Scales: Neutron Scattering and the Nanoscale Structure Problem

Thomas Proffen, LANSCE-LC, Understanding Functional Materials at Multiple Length Scales: Neutron Scattering and the Nanoscale Structure Problem

Kim Rasmussen, T-4, A Dual Chemical and Theoretical Approach to the Engineering of Tuned Dendritic Structures and Surfaces

Kim Rasmussen, T-4, Large-scale Field-theoretic Simulation of Soft Polymer Assemblies

Paul Welch, T-4, A course grained lipid model for studying inhomogeneous membrane interfaces

Paul Welch, T-4, A Dual Chemical and Theoretical Approach to the Engineering of Tuned Dendritic Structures and Surfaces

Paul Welch, T-4, Large-scale Field-theoretic Simulation of Soft Polymer Assemblies

Debra Wrobleski, MST-7, Investigation of High Breakdown Strength Silicone Composites for Dielectric Elastomer Actuators and Sensors

Debra Wrobleski, MST-7, Polymer-based Smart Materials-Process, Properties, and Application

Dali Yang, MST-7, Investigation of High Breakdown Strength Silicone Composites for Dielectric Elastomer Actuators and Sensors

Piotr Zelenay, MPA-11, Mesoporous Silica Materials for Fuel Cells and Energy Storage Applications

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