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2015 MRS Fall Meeting Logo2015 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit

November 29-December 4, 2015 | Boston
Meeting Chairs: T. John Balk, Ram Devanathan, George G. Malliaras, Larry A. Nagahara, Luisa Torsi

Symposium Y : Shape Programmable Materials

2015-12-01   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Jacob Adams, Procter and Gamble
Christopher Kloxin, University of Delaware
Timothy White, Air Force Research Laboratory
Shu Yang, University of Pennsylvania

Symposium Support

The Procter amp; Gamble Company
University of Delaware, College of Engineering
University of Delaware, Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Y2: Shape Adaptation in Liquid Crystal Elastomersmdash;From Macro to Micro
Session Chairs
Christopher Kloxin
Tuesday PM, December 01, 2015
Hynes, Level 1, Room 105

2:30 AM - *Y2.01
Responsive Materials through Liquid Crystal Elastomers Bilayers and Nanocomposites

Bohan Zhu 2 Hojin Kim 2 Huiying Chen 1 Oluwatomiyin Adetiba 1 Aditya Agrawal 2 Jeff Jacot 1 3 Rafael Verduzco 1 4

1Rice University Houston United States2Rice University Houston United States3Texas Children's Hospital Houston United States4Rice University Houston United States

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3:00 AM - Y2.02
Adaptive Shapes and Reconfigurable Surfaces Prepared from Liquid Crystalline Elastomers

Timothy White 1 Suk-Kyun Ahn 1 2 Taylor H. Ware 1 2

1Air Force Research Laboratory Dayton United States2Azimuth Corp. Beavercreek United States

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3:15 AM - Y2.03
Scalable Fabrication of Stimuli-Responsive Liquid Crystalline Polymer Microstructures by Replica Molding

Hangbo Zhao 1 Jeong Jae Wie 1 Davor Copic 2 C. Ryan Oliver 1 Alvin Orbaek White 1 Sanha Kim 1 A. John Hart 1

1Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge United States2University of Michigan Ann Arbor United States

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3:30 AM - Y2.04
Spatially Controlled Liquid Crystal Elastomer Actuation

Yu Xia 1 Shu Yang 1

1University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia United States

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3:45 AM -
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4:15 AM - Y2.05
Shape-Change-Driven Soft Microrobots

Stefano Palagi 1 Andrew Gonchee Mark 1 Kai Melde 1 Hao Zeng 2 Camilla Parmeggiani 2 3 Daniele Martella 2 Diederik Wiersma 2 Peer Fischer 1 4

1Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems Stuttgart Germany2University of Florence Sesto Fiorentino Italy3CNR-INO Sesto Fiorentino Italy4Universitauml;t Stuttgart Stuttgart Germany

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4:30 AM - Y2.06
Liquid Crystal Elastomer Composites as Multifunctional Actuators

Taylor H Ware 1

1The University of Texas at Dallas Richardson United States

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4:45 AM - Y2.07
A Two-Stage Thiol-Acrylate Methodology to Tailor and Program Main-Chain Liquid-Crystalline Elastomers

Mohand Saed 1 Amir Torbati 1 Devatha Nair 2 Christopher N. Bowman 3 Christopher Yakacki 1

1The University of Colorado Denver Denver United States2University of Colorado Denver Denver United States3University of Colorado Boulder Boulder United States

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Y3: Functionality Derived from Formmdash;Utility Demonstrations of Shape Programming
Session Chairs
Jacob Adams
Tuesday PM, December 01, 2015
Hynes, Level 1, Room 105

5:00 AM - *Y3.01
Programmable, Semi-Crystalline Shape-Memory Polymers

Andreas Lendlein 1 2

1Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht Teltow Germany2University of Potsdam Potsdam Germany

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5:30 AM - Y3.02
Harnessing Spontaneous Folding of Plasmonic Gel for Unclonable Optical Tags

Limei Tian 1 Keng-Ku Liu 1 Max Fei 1 Sirimuvva Tadepalli 1 Sisi Cao 1 Jeffery Geldmeier 2 Vladimir Tsukruk 2 Srikanth Singamaneni 1

1Washington Univ-St. Louis Saint Louis United States2Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta United States

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5:45 AM - Y3.03
Novel Multi-Stage Three-Dimensional Deployment Employing Ionoprinting of Hydrogel Actuators

Anna Bernadette Baker 1 Duncan Wass 1 Richard Trask 1

1University of Bristol Bristol United Kingdom

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Y1/H3: Joint Session: Multifunctional Shape-Memory Polymers
Session Chairs
Timothy White
Andreas Lendlein
Tuesday AM, December 01, 2015
Hynes, Level 3, Room 311

9:30 AM - Y1.01/H3.01
3D Structured Shape-Memory Hydrogels with Switching Segments Based on Oligo(epsi;-caprolactone)

Maria Balk 1 2 Marc Behl 1 2 Ulrich Noechel 1 Andreas Lendlein 1 2 3

1Institute of Biomaterial Science, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht Teltow Germany2Tianjin University - Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Joint Laboratory for Biomaterials and Regenerative Medicine Teltow Germany3Berlin-Brandenburg Center for Regenerative Therapies (BCRT) Teltow Germany

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9:45 AM - *Y1.02/H3.02
Shape Memory Hydrogels: Differences are Just a Matter of Scale

Patrick T. Mather 1 2 Amir H. Torbati 1 2

1Syracuse University Syracuse United States2Syracuse Biomaterials Institute Syracuse United States

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10:15 AM - Y1.03/H3.03
Anisotropic Actuation of Elastomer Films Containing Chained Magnetic Nanoparticles

Sumeet R. Mishra 1 Michael Dickey 2 Orlin Velev 2 Joseph B. Tracy 1

1North Carolina State University Raleigh United States2North Carolina State University Raleigh United States

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10:30 AM - Y1.04/H3.04
A Scalable Shape Memory Polymer-Based System for the Deterministic Assembly of Micro-Objects

Jeffrey Eisenhaure 1 Seok Kim 1

1University of Illinois Champaign United States

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10:45 AM -
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11:15 AM - *Y1.05/H3.05
The Temperature Memory and Multiple Shape Memory Effect in Temperature-Driven and Solvent-Driven Recovery

Thao Nguyen 1 Rui Xiao 1

1Johns Hopkins Univ Baltimore United States

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11:45 AM - Y1.06/H3.06
Preparation and Characterization of Polymer-Based Cubic Micro Actuators

Yue Liu 1 Liang Fang 2 Karl Kratz 1 Andreas Lendlein 3

1Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht Berlin Germany2Nanjing Tech University Nanjing China3Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht Teltow Germany

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12:00 PM - Y1.07/H3.07
Geometry Dependent Deformation and Recovery in Micro- and Nanopatterned Polymer Surfaces

Wei Li Lee 1 2 Hong Yee Low 1

1Singapore University of Technology and Design Singapore Singapore2Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge United States

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12:15 PM - Y1.08/H3.08
Solvent-Driven Activation of Shape-Memory Polymers for Distraction Enterogenesis

David Safranski 1 Hunter Strauss 2 Wing Ki Cheng 2 Kenneth M Dupont 1 Jeremy G Fisher 3 Eric A Sparks 4 Biren Modi 4 Tom Jaksic 4

1MedShape, Inc. Atlanta United States2Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta United States3Emory University Atlanta United States4Boston Children's Hospital Boston United States

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12:30 PM - Y1.09/H3.09
High-Strength Shape-Memory Polymers Made from Poly(para-phenylene)

Carl Pieter Frick 1 David Collins 1 David Lightbody 2 Ravi Patel 2 Christopher Yakacki 2

1University of Wyoming Laramie United States2University of Colorado, Denver Denver United States

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12:45 PM - Y1.10/H3.10
Reconfigurable Nanooptics Enabled by Novel Stimuli-Responsive Shape Memory Polymers

Yin Fang 1 Peng Jiang 1

1University of Florida Gainesville United States

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2015-12-02   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Jacob Adams, Procter and Gamble
Christopher Kloxin, University of Delaware
Timothy White, Air Force Research Laboratory
Shu Yang, University of Pennsylvania

Symposium Support

The Procter amp; Gamble Company
University of Delaware, College of Engineering
University of Delaware, Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Y6: Materials and Mechanics of Shape Programming
Session Chairs
Shu Yang
Wednesday PM, December 02, 2015
Hynes, Level 1, Room 105

2:30 AM - *Y6.01
Mechanically Active-Inactive Hybrids: Programming Function through Structure, Pattern and Design

Richard A. Vaia 1 Philip Buskohl 1 Kazuko Fuchi 1 Ryan Kohlmeyer 1 Ruel McKenzie 1 Taylor H. Ware 1 James Joo 1 Timothy White 1 Greg Reich 1

1AFRL Wright Patterson AFB United States

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3:00 AM - Y6.02
Actuation in Twisted Fiber and Braided Polymer Composites

Geoffrey M. Spinks 1 David Shepherd 1 Danial Sangian 1 Sina Naficy 1

1Univ of Wollongong North Wollongong NSW Australia

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3:15 AM - Y6.03
Helically Assembled Fiber Actuators for Programmable and Sophisticated Motions

Peining Chen 1 Yifan Xu 1 Huisheng Peng 1

1State Key Laboratory of Molecular Engineering of Polymers, Collaborative Innovation Center of Polymers and Polymer Composite Materials, Department of Macromolecular Science and Laboratory of Advanced Materials, Fudan University Shanghai China

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3:30 AM -
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4:30 AM - Y6.04
Snap-buckling and Rolling-up of Spherical Domes Programmed with Mismatch Strain

Arif M Abdullah 1 Jimmy K Hsia 2

1University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Urbana United States2Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh United States

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4:45 AM - Y6.05
Morphing of Geometric Composites via Residual Swelling

Matteo Pezzulla 2 Steven Shillig 3 Paola Nardinocchi 2 Douglas Holmes 1

1Boston University Boston United States2Sapienza Universita di Roma Rome Italy3Virginia Tech Blacksburg United States

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5:00 AM - Y6.06
Functional Materials and Structures by Fused Deposition Modeling

Eesha Khare 1 Steve Temple 1 Stoyan K. Smoukov 1

1Univ of Cambridge Cambridge United Kingdom

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5:15 AM - Y6.07
Designing Anisotropies for Programmable Shape Change in 4D Printed Architectures

Elisabetta Matsumoto 1 2 Amelia Sydney Gladman 1 2 Jennifer A. Lewis 1 2 L. Mahadevan 1 2

1Harvard University Cambridge United States2Harvard University Cambridge United States

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5:30 AM - Y6.08
Dynamics in Marginally Rigid Mechanical Lattices with Topological Zero-Energy Bulk Modes at Finite Wavevector

Bryan Gin-ge Chen 1 2 David Zeb Rocklin 3 Martin Falk 4 Tom Lubensky 5 Vincenzo Vitelli 2

1UMass Amherst Amherst United States2Leiden University Leiden Netherlands3University of Michigan Ann Arbor United States4MIT Cambridge United States5University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia United States

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Y4: Shape Adaptive Materials in Electronic Devices
Session Chairs
Jacob Adams
Wednesday AM, December 02, 2015
Hynes, Level 1, Room 105

9:00 AM - *Y4.01
Engineering Elastomer-Metal Structures for Skin-Like Electronics

Stephanie P. Lacour 1

1EPFL Lausanne Switzerland

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9:30 AM - Y4.02
Mechanically-Reconfigurable Flexible Electronic Substrates with Bidirectional Motion

Brian Ellis Cash 1 Jonathan Reeder 1 Walter Voit 1

1University of Texas at Dallas Richardson United States

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Y5: Origami Inspired Shape Programming
Session Chairs
Timothy White
Wednesday AM, December 02, 2015
Hynes, Level 1, Room 105

9:45 AM - *Y5.01
Self-Folding of Polymer Sheets Using Light and Microwaves

Michael Dickey 1 Ying Liu 1 Duncan Davis 1 Russell Mailen 1 Mohammed A Zikry 1 Jan Genzer 1

1North Carolina State Univ Raleigh United States

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10:15 AM - *Y5.02
Shape-Programmable Origami and Their Mechanics

Chris Santangelo 1

1Univ of Massachusetts-Amherst Amherst United States

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10:45 AM -
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11:15 AM - *Y5.03
Thermosensitive Biodegradable Polymeric Actuators: From Materials to Applications

Leonid Ionov 1 2

1Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden Dresden Germany2University of Georgia Athens United States

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11:45 AM - Y5.04
Flexigami: A Reconfigurable Cellular Material with Folded Polygonal Unit Cells

Nigamaa Nayakanti 1 A. John Hart 1

1Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge United States

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12:00 PM - *Y5.05
Kirigami Topology

Randall Kamien 1

1Univ of Pennsylvania Philadelphia United States

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12:30 PM - Y5.06
Designing Hierarchical Auxetic Metamaterials by Kirigami Technique

Young-Joo Lee 1 Young-Chang Joo 1 In-Suk Choi 2

1Seoul National Univ Seoul Korea (the Republic of)2Korea Institute of Science and Technology Seoul Korea (the Republic of)

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