SKM 2021 – wissenschaftliches Programm
CPP 4: Focus: The Physics of Adaptive Polymer Networks
Dienstag, 28. September 2021, 10:00–12:45, H3
organized by Regine von Klitzing (TU Darmstadt) und Christian Holm (Universität Stuttgart).
Adaptive polymer networks and gels represent soft materials with dimensional stability and viscoelasticity, which can assume different states due to changes in environmental conditions. This makes them promising candidate materials for a variety of applications, such as membranes for separation techniques or perm-selective membranes, and sensors and actuators. A particularly versatile class of adaptive gels are amphiphilic networks, which combine components that swell selectively in different media. The investigation of these amphiphilic co-networks represents a topic of high current relevance in polymer sciences, which has been coordinated in Germany by the research group FOR2811 since 2019 (www.for2811.uni-mainz.de).
|10:00||CPP 4.1||Hauptvortrag: Adaptable amphiphilic co-networks: structure and properties in relation with multi-quantum NMR — •Michael Lang, Reinhard Scholz, Lucas Löser, Carolin Bunk, Frank Böhme, and Kay Saalwächter|
|10:30||CPP 4.2||Hauptvortrag: Adaptive networks through supramolecular interactions — •Ilja Voets|
|11:15||CPP 4.3||Chain connectivity of tetra-PEG - tetra-PCL amphiphilic end-linked polymer model networks — •Lucas Löser, Carolin Bunk, Frank Böhme, and Kay Saalwächter|
|11:30||CPP 4.4||Microscopic and macroscopic mechanical properties of amphiphilic model co-networks — •Nora Fribiczer, Kevin Hagmann, Carolin Bunk, Sebastian Seiffert, Regine von Klitzing, and Frank Böhme|
|11:45||CPP 4.5||Hauptvortrag: Tunable self-assembled hydrogels from block copolymers with thermoresponsive and pH-responsive blocks — •Christine M. Papadakis, Florian A. Jung, and Constantinos Tsitsilianis|
|12:15||CPP 4.6||Structural characterization of covalently connected amphiphilic star polymer conetworks — •Reinhard Scholz, Lucas Löser, Kay Saalwächter, Carolin Bunk, Frank Böhme, and Michael Lang|
|12:30||CPP 4.7||From four-arm block copolymers to electrostatically cross-linked gels — •Peter Johannes Mons, Nora Fribiczer, David Beyer, Felix Helmut Schacher, Sebastian Seiffert, and Christian Holm|