Regensburg 2004 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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CPP: Chemische Physik und Polymerphysik

CPP 13: SYMPOSIUM: Understanding and Controlling Complex Structures: From Synthetic Polymers to Biomaterials I

Dienstag, 9. März 2004, 09:30–12:30, H 37

09:30 CPP 13.1 Hauptvortrag: Hierarchical Structures in Biological Materials — •Peter Fratzl
10:00 CPP 13.2 Hauptvortrag: Polymer cystallization as an example for highly meta-stable structure formation — •Jens-Uwe Sommer and Günter Reiter
10:30 CPP 13.3 Melting and reorganization of polymer crystals on fast heating (1,000 K/s) — •Christoph Schick and Alexander Minakov
10:45 CPP 13.4 A model describing the tensile deformation properties of semi-crystalline polymers exemplified for a sample of low density polyethylene — •Ke Hong, Ankur Rastogi, and Gert Strobl
  11:00 15 min. break
11:15 CPP 13.5 Quantifying and Controlling the Mechanical properties of polyelectrolyte multilayer capsules: Towards mechanosensitive microcapsules — •Andreas Fery, Frederic Dubreuil, Nils Elsner, Julien Heuvingh, and Melmuth Möwald
11:30 CPP 13.6 The Mobility of the Amorphous Phase in Polyethylene as a Determining Factor for Slow Crack Growth — •Yongfeng Men, Jens Rieger, Hans-Friedrich Enderle, and Dieter Lilge
11:45 CPP 13.7 Thermal Fluctuations of Individual Actin Filaments in Confined Geometry — •Sarah Köster, Alexander Otten, Stephan Herminghaus und Thomas Pfohl
12:00 CPP 13.8 Synthetic collagen peptides give clues to triple helix stability — •Christian Renner, Dirk Barth, Alexander Milbradt, Barbara Sacca, Hans-Juergen Musiol, and Luis Moroder
12:15 CPP 13.9 Structural modifications and electromechanical properties of inflated cellular polypropylene films — •Michael Wegener, Enis Tuncer, Werner Wirges, and Reimund Gerhard-Multhaupt
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