Symposium honoring the career of Professor Guy C. BerryFrom Structured Fluids to Complex NanostructuresMay 3 & 4, 2002. Department of Chemistry, Carnegie Mellon, Pittsburgh, PA

Guy C. Berry
Symposium Schedule
Poster Submissions
Speakers include:

Guy C. Berry, Carnegie Mellon
"Crossover behavior in the dependence of the viscosity on concentration and molecular weight for semiflexible polymers"

Edward F. Casassa, Carnegie Mellon

Benjamin Chu, SUNY Stony Brook
"Copolymers as Separation Media and Scaffolding Materials"

Bernard D. Coleman, Rutgers University
"Implications of the Dependence of DNA Configurations on Nucleotide Sequence"

Patricia M. Cotts, duPont Co.
"Advances in Solution Characterization of Non-Linear and Semi-Flexible Polymers"

Masao Doi, Nagoya University
"The 3.4 power law"

William W. Graessley, Princeton University
"Chain Dimensions and Scattering in Polymer Solutions"

Myung Jhon, Carnegie Mellon
"A Study of Nanostructured Perfluoropolyether Lubricant Films"

Tomek Kowalewski, Carnegie Mellon
"AFM studies of Viscoelasticity"

Frederick Lanni, Carnegie Mellon
"Cell Mechanics in a Biopolymer Matrix"

Timothy P. Lodge, University of Minnesota
"Transition Pathways in Self-Assembled Block Copolymer Liquids"

Krzysztof Matyjaszewski, Carnegie Mellon
"Controlling Polymer structures by ATRP"

Richard D. McCullough, Carnegie Mellon
"Supramolecular organization of Polythiophenes"

Gregory McKenna, Texas Tech University
"Mechanical Hole Burning Spectroscopy: A new method for probing dynamic heterogeneity in polymers"

Joseph H. Magill, University of Pittsburgh
"Crystallization of Polymers, Morphology and Properties or Where is the Amorphous Stuff ????????????"

M. Muthukumar, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
"Polyelectrolyte Phase Behavior"

Jung-Ok Park, Georgia Institute of Technology
"Forced Wetting of Complex Fluids on Cylindrical Substrates: Theory and Experiments"

Gary D. Patterson, Carnegie Mellon
"Shimmer, shimmer, nanopops"

Donald J. Plazek, University of Pittsburgh
"To Shift or Not to Shift: That is the Question!
When is a Temperature Dependence Not a Temperature Dependence? And The Retardation Spectrum: What’s It All About Alfie?"

Dennis C. Prieve, Carnegie Mellon
"Confinement Induced Structure of Dilute Polyelectrolyte Solutions"

Mohan Srinivasarao, Georgia Institute of Technology
"Anchoring behavior of Liquid Crystals at Polymer Interfaces"

Richard S. Stein, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
"Some Light Thoughts about Polymer Morphology"

David A. Tirrell, California Institute of Technology
"Artificial Proteins: From New Amino Acids to New Functional Biomaterials"

Subbu S. Venkatraman, Nanyang Technological University

Lynn M. Walker, Carnegie Mellon
"Effects of electrostatic interactions on the rheology and structure of wormlike micelles"

Contributions to Saturday poster session are solicited.

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