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- New Polymeric Materials
- New Processes for New Polymers
- Rheology of Two-Phase Solutions
- Novel Materials for Electronics
Catherine Markham, Global R&D Director, Electronic Materials, The Dow Chemical Company
Did You Know?
UC Santa Barbara is working with Dow on a pilot program to increase laboratory safety awareness and practices in the College of Engineering and the campus's Departments of Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, and Materials.
News and Highlights
- UC Santa Barbara Awarded $15 Million by Dow to Establish Collaborative Institute for Materials Research and Education
- UCSB Partners with Dow to Increase Lab Safety
- Dow Materials Institute at UCSB
- UCSB Dow Materials Institute
- Dow's R&D Partnership with UCSB
Dow and UC Santa Barbara have collaborated over the years to publish in leading scientific journals. Recent publications include:
- Kim, SH; Dandekar, P; Lovette, MA; Doherty, MF. 2014. Kink rate model for the general case of organic molecular crystals. CRYSTAL GROWTH & DESIGN 14, 5, 2460-2467.
- Zell, ZA; Nowbahar, A; Mansard, V; Leal, LG; Deshmukh, SS; Mecca, JM; Tucker, CJ; Squires, TM. 2014. Surface shear inviscidity of soluble surfactants. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 111, 10, 3677-3682.
- Fors, BP; Poelma, JE; Menyo, MS; Robb, MJ; Spokoyny, DM; Kramer, JW; Waite, JH; Hawker, CJ. 2013. Fabrication of unique chemical patterns and concentration gradients with visible light. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 135, 38, 14106-14109.
- Lahourcade, L; Coronel, NC; Delaney, KT; Shukla, SK; Spaldin, NA; Atwater, HA. 2013. Structural and optoelectronic characterization of RF sputtered ZnSnN2. ADVANCED MATERIALS 25, 18, 2562-2566.
- Poelma, JE; Fors, BP; Meyers, GF; Kramer, JW; Hawker, CJ. 2013. Fabrication of complex three-dimensional polymer brush nanostructures through light-mediated living radical polymerization. ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION 52, 27, 6844-6848.