Fri, May 27, 2011

60th Annual Meeting (The society of Polymer Science)

The 60th annual meeting (The Society of Polymer Science), was held at Osaka International Convention Center Corporation on May 25th - 27th. We gave 8 poster presentations.


■2011/05/25

1Pe071
Studies on the (cel-size order) long-range interactions of microspheres in suspensions
◯Yohsuke MAEYAMA, Tomohisa NORISUYE, Qui TRAN-CONG-MIYATA

1Pf072
Dynamic Imaging of the velocity of micro-particles dispersed in highly turbid suspensions
◯Teppei YAWADA, Tomohisa NORISUYE, Qui TRAN-CONG MIYATA

1Pf034
Studies on the Microstructure and Proton Conductivity of Organic-inorganic Hybrid Membranes Functionalized with Sulfonic Acid Groups by Silane Coupling Reaction
◯Yusuke TERANISHI, Kazuhiro YASUMOTO, Tomohisa NORISUYE, Qui TRAN-CONG-MIYATA

■2011/05/26

2Pa051
Phase Separation Dynamics of Polymer Blends Driven by a Reversible Photo-cross-linking Reaction
◯Kei KAWAZOE, Tomokazu KINOHIRA, Tomohisa NORISUYE, Qui TRAN-CONG-MIYATA

2Pb054
Studies on Morphologies Generated by Photoreaction-Induced Phase Separation in Ternary Polymer Blends and their Conducting Properties
Takahiro MYOJO, Masataka FUKUOKA, Tomohisa NORISUYE, Qui TRAN-CONG-MIYATA

2Pb050
Controlling Morphology of Polymer Blends by Irradiation with Striped Light Patterns
◯Naoto KIMURA, Ayumi TANI, Tomohisa NORISUYE, Qui TRAN-CONG-MIYATA

2Pb052
The Co-continuous and Hierarchical Morphologies of Polymer Blends Induced by Light Irradiation
Yuki FURUBAYASHI, ◯Kana KOMORI, Tomohisa NORISUYE, Qui TRAN-CONG- MIYATA

2Pa053
Preparation of Polymer Blends with Spatially Gradient Morphologies Using Photochemical Reactions Induced Phase Separation
Atsuko HIROSE, ◯Chie HAYASHI, Toshiki Ozaki, Tomohisa NORISUYE, Qui TRAN-CONG-MIYATA Preparation of Polymer Blends with Spatially Gradient Morphologies Using Photochemical Reactions Induced Phase Separation

posted at May 27, 2011 11:58 AM

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Polymer Molecular Engineering Laboratory
Department of Polymer Science and Engineering,
Kyoto Institute of Technology,
Matsugasaki, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606-8585, JAPAN