Titel: Thermodynamically Stable, Optimally Tuned Pure Organic Solvent Blends Enable Enhanced Thermoplastic and Thermoset Nanocomposites
Vortragender: Prof. Dr. James Hamilton, University of Wisconsin-Platteville
Jim Hamilton is a UW System Wisconsin Distinguished Professor and is in Chemistry and Engineering Physics at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. Founding Director of the UW System Nanotechnology Center for Collaborative R&D, he has been awarded the Abulgalous Research Award, the WiSys Innovation Scholar Award, was a Wisconsin Teaching Fellow, a UW System Fellow for Women in Science and was selected by students for a Tau Beta Pi Teaching Excellence Award.
He has research collaborations around the world and is founder, Chairman and CTO of Photonic Cleaning Technologies, LLC, the manufacturer of First Contact Polymer Solutions™ that has sales 62 countries. His newest nanotechnology spinoff, Graphene Solutions, LLC won the Overall Grand Prize in the 2008 Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Competition and will be the world’s foremost provider of nanoparticle enabled composites, coatings and electrode materials.
He specializes in contamination control on precision optical and aerospace surfaces, instrumentation development and in nanoparticle thermodynamics, ultracapacitor and novel lithium ion battery development as well as in nanocomposites materials.
His labs have enabled creation of exfoliated, stable nanoparticle solutions that can be used to create composites and coatings with enhanced performance characteristics.
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Datum: Dienstag, 09. Februar 2016, 10:00Uhr
Ort: PCCL-Besprechungsraum, Roseggerstrasse 12, 3. Stock, 8700 Leoben