Opportunity at National Institute of Standards and Technology NIST
Theory of Macromolecules and Other Soft Materials at Interfaces
Material Measurement Laboratory, Materials Science and Engineering Division
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|Ronald L. Jones
|Chad R. Snyder
Theoretical activities focus on developing and advancing exact analytical and other computational methods focused on macromolecules and soft materials at interfaces. Current interests include (1) the nature of the crystal-amorphous interfacial region in traditional and semiconducting polymers, (2) directed self-assembly of block copolymers, (3) polymer crystallization, (4) confinement induced collapse transitions, (5) chromatographic response of complex copolymers, (6) transport behavior of complex nanoparticles, and (7) macromolecule-related problems in biological systems. Where appropriate, we will validate the theoretical results through experimental methods (particularly neutron based) concurrently being developed at NIST.
Chromatography; Crystallization; Directed self-assembly; Interfaces; Matrix transfer methods; Nanoparticles; Neutron scattering; Phase transitions; Polymers;
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