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  • Charge driven assembly of polymeric materials

    Most polymeric materials encountered in nature are charged. Most applications of polymeric materials in the coatings, biomedical, or food industries are used in aqueous solutions and are also charged.
  • Dynamics of Active Self-Assembled Materials

    The program integrates experiments, theory, and simulations and focuses on the fundamental aspects of out-of-equilibrium dynamics and self-assembly of bio-inspired materials for emerging applications.
  • Soft Matter

    Soft matter research at Argonne focuses on the fundamental aspects of out-of-equilibrium and directed self-assembly of highly compliant materials for emerging energy applications and nano-fabrication.
    Di-block copolymer templates for directed self-assembly and nano-manufacturing