13th IPF Colloquium "Smart Polymer Systems"
Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e. V. , Hohe Straße 6 , 01069 Dresden
Development of smart systems is a major challenge in many fields of technology. Materials research is indispensible in this respect providing fundamentals and opening up new promising paths to future systems. In the colloquium, both scientists from the IPF and renowned colleagues from outside give an overview of their activities in the field and report on latest approaches and findings ‒ ranging from multifunctional and responsive materials, self-assembly and bioinspired systems, towards theoretical investigations and the development of systems for specific applications e.g. in electronics, microsystems and medicine/bioengineering.
The lectures as well a number of posters shall inspire discussions and give impetus to future research in this interdisciplinary field. IPF Colloquia have been held since 1994 to highlight fields the institute is engaged in. They are a platform to verify the institute’s position in the field, and to intensify scientific exchange and stimulate new collaborations. The colloquia are supported by the Association of Supporters of the IPF.
11:10 Coffee break
11:30 Chair: Jens-Uwe Sommer, Mike Hambsch (TU Dresden, cfaed), Engineering solution processes for high-performance organic devices
12:00 Sven Wießner (IPF Dresden/ TU Dresden), Functional elastomeric composites as smart materials
12:25 Marina Grenzer (IPF Dresden), Versatile photomechanical response of azobenzene polymers
12:50 Break / Lunch buffet
13:45 Chair: Carsten Werner. Martin Kaltenbrunner (Universität Linz), Bioinspired soft electronics and machines
14:15 Yixin Zhang (TU Dresden, B CUBE), Electronic conductive hydrogel
14:45 Volker Busskamp (TU Dresden, CRTD), Engineering functional human neuronal circuits
15:15 Franziska Lissel (IPF Dresden), Metal centers as functional components in electronic materials
15:40 Coffee break
16:10 Chair: Brigitte Voit, Aránzazu Del Campo (Leibniz-NIM Saarbrücken), Optoregulated cellular microenvironments
16:40 Manfred Maitz (IPF Dresden), Adaptive hydrogels to control blood coagulation and inflammation
17:05 Elisha Krieg (IPF Dresden), Stimuli-responsive DNA-acrylamide copolymers for selective catch and release of molecular targets
Poster show and discussions
Bellow you will find the attached documents such as the registration form and a flyer.