2009 - Fellow of the Materials Research Society Santa Barbara
2009 - David Turnbull Lectureship, Materials Research Society
1993 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
1987 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
1982 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS)
His primary areas of investigation include Copolymer, Polymer, Nanotechnology, Chemical engineering and Polymer chemistry. His Copolymer study also includes fields such as
His Nanostructure and Biomolecule study, which is part of a larger body of work in Nanotechnology, is frequently linked to DNA microarray and Throughput, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Chemical engineering research includes elements of Polyelectrolyte, Lamellar structure and Polymer solar cell. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Radical polymerization, Acrylate, Transmission electron microscopy, Side chain and Thermoplastic elastomer.
Edward J. Kramer spends much of his time researching Copolymer, Polymer chemistry, Polymer, Chemical engineering and Thin film. The various areas that Edward J. Kramer examines in his Copolymer study include Lamellar structure, Nanoparticle, Colloidal gold, Polystyrene and Transmission electron microscopy. His work carried out in the field of Polymer chemistry brings together such families of science as Polymerization, Polymer blend, Ethylene, Side chain and Styrene.
The concepts of his Polymer study are interwoven with issues in Contact angle, Nanocomposite, Nanotechnology and Phase. Edward J. Kramer interconnects Organic chemistry, Solvent, Polymer solar cell and Surface tension in the investigation of issues within Chemical engineering. In Thin film, Edward J. Kramer works on issues like Monolayer, which are connected to Analytical chemistry.
His primary areas of study are Polymer chemistry, Chemical engineering, Polymer, Copolymer and Polymer solar cell. The study incorporates disciplines such as Isoprene and Lamellar structure in addition to Polymer chemistry. His Chemical engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Adhesion, Thin film, Polymer particle, Hydrogen bond and Click chemistry.
His Polymer study combines topics in areas such as Small-angle X-ray scattering, Phase, Coacervate, Optoelectronics and Small-angle neutron scattering. His research in Copolymer intersects with topics in Nanoparticle, Lithography, Micelle and Polymerization. His studies examine the connections between Polymer solar cell and genetics, as well as such issues in Organic solar cell, with regards to Acceptor.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Polymer chemistry, Chemical engineering, Polymer, Optoelectronics and Ulva linza. His Polymer chemistry research incorporates themes from Copolymer, Swelling, Lithography and Ethylene. His primary area of study in Copolymer is in the field of Methyl methacrylate.
Particularly relevant to Contact angle is his body of work in Chemical engineering. His Phase research extends to Polymer, which is thematically connected. His work deals with themes such as Fiber and Nanotechnology, which intersect with Optoelectronics.
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Graphoepitaxy of Spherical Domain Block Copolymer Films
R.A. Segalman;H. Yokoyama;E.J. Kramer.
Advanced Materials (2001)
Interdiffusion of PCBM and P3HT Reveals Miscibility in a Photovoltaically Active Blend
Neil D. Treat;Michael A. Brady;Gordon Smith;Michael F. Toney.
Advanced Energy Materials (2011)
Control of nanoparticle location in block copolymers.
Julia J. Chiu;Bumjoon J. Kim;Edward J. Kramer;David J. Pine.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2005)
Evolution of Block Copolymer Lithography to Highly Ordered Square Arrays
Chuanbing Tang;Erin M. Lennon;Glenn H. Fredrickson;Edward J. Kramer.
Constraints on Microcontact Printing Imposed by Stamp Deformation
C. Y. Hui;A. Jagota;Yu-Yun Lin;E. J. Kramer.
High-mobility field-effect transistors fabricated with macroscopic aligned semiconducting polymers.
Hsin-Rong Tseng;Hung Phan;Chan Luo;Ming Wang.
Advanced Materials (2014)
Wetting morphologies at microstructured surfaces
Ralf Seemann;Martin Brinkmann;Edward J. Kramer;Frederick F. Lange.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2005)
Effect of Areal Chain Density on the Location of Polymer-Modified Gold Nanoparticles in a Block Copolymer Template
Bumjoon J. Kim;Joona Bang;Craig J. Hawker;Edward J. Kramer.
Tunable, high modulus hydrogels driven by ionic coacervation.
Jasmine N. Hunt;Kathleen E. Feldman;Nathaniel A. Lynd;Joanna Deek.
Advanced Materials (2011)
Structural Order in Bulk Heterojunction Films Prepared with Solvent Additives
James T. Rogers;Kristin Schmidt;Michael F. Toney;Edward J. Kramer.
Advanced Materials (2011)
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