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Photopolymerization Conference to Highlight Research, Achievements

UV+EB Technology

Photopolymerization Fundamentals 2017 (Sept. 17-20 in Boulder, Colorado) will bring together academic and industrial leaders in the photopolymerization field to address critical and fundamental questions related to photopolymerization.

Attendees will learn about recent research and results from leaders in the photo polymerizations field. Dialog is encouraged between academic and industrial scientists in this rapidly expanding area; therefore, time will be allotted during each presentation for question and answers, as well as audience discussion.

Invited speakers include the following:

  • Christopher Ellison, University of Minnesota
    High Performance Fibers via Simultaneous Fiber Spinning and Photopolymerization
  • Roberta Bongiovanni, Politecnico di Torino
    Novel Perfluoropolyethers for Photopolymerization Processes
  • Tim Scott, University of Michigan
    Photo-Mediated Cold Welding of Glassy Polymer Networks
  • Christopher Barner-Kowollik, Queensland University of Technology
    Light Driven Soft Matter Materials Synthesis
  • Chris Kloxin, University of Delaware
    Orthogonal Network Forming Strategies using the Photoinitiated Copper-catalyzed Azide-Alkyne Cycloaddition Reaction
  • Hansjörg Grützmacher, ETH Zürich
    Acylphosphane Oxides as Photoinitiators, Reductants, and Grafting Agents
  • Céline Croutxé-Barghorn, Université de Haute Alsace
    Aza-Michael Addition and Radical Photopolymerization: Towards Shape Memory Materials and Scratch Resistant Coatings
  • Xavier Allonas, Université de Haute Alsace
    LED-Cured Solf-Replenishing Hydrophobic Coatings
  • Darryl Boyd, US Naval Research Laboratory
    Synthesis and Optical Properties of Organically Modified Chalcogenides (ORMOCHALC) Polymers
  • Marco Sangermano, Politecnico di Torino
    Polymeric Capsules Produced via Miniemulsion or Aerosol Cationic Photopolymerization
  • Derek Patton, University of Southern Mississippi
    Pro-Antimicrobial Networks via Degradable Acetals (PANDAs) Prepared via Thiol-Ene Photopolymerization
  • Brent Summerlin, University of Florida
    Exploiting Light to Push the Limits of Controlled Radical Polymerization
  • Anne Helene Eindhoven, University of Technology
    Sustained Motion in Photo Responsive Liquid Crystal Networks
  • Stuart Rowan, University of Chicago
    Photo-sensitive Multi-responsive Structurally Dynamic Polymers
  • Michael Dickey, North Carolina State University
    Using Light to Actuate and Locally Tune the Properties of Polymers
  • Yohann Catel, Ivoclar Vivadent AG
    Photopolymerizable Low-Shrinkage Composites Based on Vinylcyclopropanes and Bis(4-methoxybenzoyl)diethylgermane
  • Thomas Griesser, University of Leoben
    Exploring Thiol-Yne Based Resins for the 3D Printing of Functional Biomedical Devices
  • Timothy White, Air Force Research Laboratory
    Photopolymerization of Liquid Crystalline Monomers: enabling Next Generation Optics
  • Brad Berron, University of Kentucky
    Coatings for Improved Tissue Retention of Cell Therapies
  • Christopher Bowman, University of Colorado
  • Allan Guymon, University of Iowa
  • Jeffrey Stansbury, University of Colorado Denver
    New Approaches to Macromers
  • Robert Mcleod, University of Colorado
    Micron-Scale Stereolithography of Cytocompatible Hydrogels

For more information, including registration details, visit www.radtechintl.org/Photopolymer2017.