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Symposium BM6 : Fabrication, Characterization and Applications of Bioinspired Nanostructured Materials

2016-11-28   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Hendrik Hoelscher, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Mathias Kolle, MIT
Ullrich Steiner, Adolphe Merkle Inst
Silvia Vignolini, University of Cambridge

Symposium Support

Nano | A Nature Research Solution, SpringerMaterials
BM6.1: Bioinspired Material Interfaces and Surfaces for the Control of Wetting I
Session Chairs
Alon Gorodetsky
Hendrik Hoelscher
Monday PM, November 28, 2016
Hynes, Level 2, Room 200

9:30 AM - *BM6.1.01
SLIPSERS—When a Pitcher Plant Meets SERS

Shikuan Yang 1 , Birgitt Stogin 1 , Xianming Dai 1 , Tak Sing Wong 1

1 The Pennsylvania State University University Park United States

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10:00 AM - BM6.1.02
A Bioinspired Liquid-Repellent Material with Switchable Slippery and Superhydrophobic Functions

Yu Huang 1 , Nan Sun 1 , Birgitt Stogin 1 , Jing Wang 1 , Shikuan Yang 1 , Tak Sing Wong 1

1 The Pennsylvania State University University Park United States

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10:15 AM - BM6.1.03
How Water Advances on Superhydrophobic Surfaces

Frank Schellenberger 1 , Noemi Encinas 1

1 MPI for Polymer Research Mainz Germany

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10:30 AM - BM6.1.04
Fabrication and Dynamic Wetting Properties of Bioinspired, Three-Dimensional Hierarchical Wrinkles

Won-Kyu Lee 1 , Teri Odom 1 2

1 Materials Science and Engineering Northwestern University Evanston United States, 2 Chemistry Northwestern University Evanston United States

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10:45 AM - BM6.1.05
Tunability of Infused Polymers as Immobilized Liquid Layer Substrates

Caitlin Howell 1 2 , Irini Sotiri 2 3 , Joanna Aizenberg 2 3

1 University of Maine Orono United States, 2 SEAS Harvard University Cambridge United States, 3 Wyss Institute Cambridge United States

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11:00 AM - *
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11:30 AM - *BM6.1.06
The Role of Hard Nanofibers in Frog’s Soft Adhesive Microstructures

Aranzazu del Campo 1 , Longjian Xue 1

1 INM-Leibniz Institute for New Materials Saarbrücken Germany

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12:00 PM - BM6.1.07
Synthetic Butterfly-Inspired Scale Surfaces with Tunable Compliance and Anisotropic Droplet Adhesion

Hangbo Zhao 1 , Sei Jin Park 1 , Brian Solomon 1 , Sanha Kim 1 , Adam Paxson 1 , Yu Zou 1 , Kripa Varanasi 1 , A. John Hart 1

1 Mechanical Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge United States

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12:15 PM - BM6.1.08
Prevention of Protein and Bacterial Adhesion on Super-Liquid Repellent Coatings

Noemi Encinas 1 , Maxime Paven 1 , Lars Schmueser 1 , David Castner 2 , Tobias Weidner 1 , Daniel Graham 2 , Hans-Jurgen Butt 1 , Doris Vollmer 1

1 Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research Mainz Germany, 2 Department of Chemical Engineering University of Washington Seattle United States

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12:30 PM - BM6.1.09
Bioinspired Pressure-Stable Superhydrophobic Surface for Drag Reduction

Maryna Kavalenka 1 , Felix Vuellers 1 , Yann Germain 1 , Luce-Marie Petit 1 , Matthias Worgull 1 , Hendrik Hoelscher 1

1 Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen Germany

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12:45 PM - BM6.1.10
Bio-Inspired Shark Skin Structures for Antibacterial/Antifouling Surfaces

Feyza Dundar 1 , Kristopher Kolewe 1 , Jessica Schiffman 1 , James Watkins 1

1 University of Massachusetts, Amherst Amherst United States

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BM6.2: Bioinspired Material Interfaces and Surfaces for the Control of Wetting II
Session Chairs
Vinod Saranthan
Monday PM, November 28, 2016
Hynes, Level 2, Room 200

2:30 PM - BM6.2.01
Bio-Inspired Multifunctional Surface Wrinkling Based on Mechanical Instability

Hiroshi Endo 1

1 Toyama Prefectural University Imizu-shi Japan

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2:45 PM - BM6.2.02
Bioinspired Highly Transmissive Superhydrophobic Films for Optical Applications

Felix Vuellers 1 , Guillaume Gomard 1 2 , Jan Preinfalk 2 , Efthymios Klampaftis 1 , Bryce Richards 1 , Hendrik Hoelscher 1 , Maryna Kavalenka 1

1 Institute of Microstructure Technology Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen Germany, 2 Light Technology Institute Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Karlsruhe Germany

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