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CPP: Fachverband Chemische Physik und Polymerphysik

CPP 85: Focus: Polymers under confinement I

Donnerstag, 19. März 2020, 09:30–12:45, ZEU 222

Polymers under confinement are ubiquitous in nature and technology, ranging from the crowded interior of biological cells to thin polymer coatings. Confinement can either be imposed externally or it can emerge spontaneously through the self-organization of the constituents. Confinement decreases substantially the available degrees of freedom, and can lead to a wealth of intriguing phenomena nonexistent in bulk systems. Important aspects include, e.g., the size, shape and rigidity of the bounding geometry, and the properties and packing fraction of the enclosed particles. In this focus session, we will explore the structure formation, dynamics, and other aspects of these systems. Organized by: Arash Nikoubashman (Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz).

09:30 CPP 85.1 Hauptvortrag: Molecular view on polymers adsorbed on nanoparticle surfacesMozhdeh Abbasi, Sol Mi Oh, So Youn Kim, and •Kay Saalwächter
10:00 CPP 85.2 Structural details of polymer grafted nanoparticles: Insights from coarse-grained molecular dynamics simulations — •Jiarul Midya, Michael Rubinstein, Sanat K. Kumar, and Arash Nikoubashman
10:15 CPP 85.3 The role of entanglements in non-equilibrium polymer films — •Hsiao-Ping Hsu and Kurt Kremer
10:30 CPP 85.4 Growth Kinetics and Molecular Mobility of Irreversibly Adsorbed Layers in Thin Films of P2VP and PVME — •Marcel Gawek, Sherif Madkour, Andreas Hertwig, and Andreas Schönhals
10:45 CPP 85.5 Kinetically trapped chiral structures of diblock copolymers in cylindrical confinement — •Ludwig Schneider, Georg Lichtenberg, and Marcus Müller
  11:00 30 min. break
11:30 CPP 85.6 Hauptvortrag: Nonequilibrium Properties of Polymers in Confinement — •Roland G. Winkler
12:00 CPP 85.7 Confined polymer dynamics: an effective model for polymer transport in porous materials — •Paolo Malgaretti
12:15 CPP 85.8 Structure and Dynamics of Single-Chain Nanoparticles in Crowded Environments: A Combined SANS & NSE Study — •Timo Brändel, Paula Malo de Molina, Julian Oberdisse, Ingo Hoffmann, Lionel Porcar, Josetxo Pomposo, Arantxa Arbe, and Juan Colmenero
12:30 CPP 85.9 Glassy behavior of cyclic polymers in a confinement — •Stanard Mebwe Pachong, Jan Smrek, and Kurt Kremer
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