2010 - Fellow of the Materials Research Society
Eric J. Amis mostly deals with Nanotechnology, Polymer, Chemical engineering, Polystyrene and Polymer chemistry. His Nanotechnology study combines topics in areas such as Small-angle X-ray scattering, Click chemistry and Silicon. His work carried out in the field of Polymer brings together such families of science as Chemical physics, Surface finish and Contact angle.
His Chemical engineering research integrates issues from Polymer blend, Phase and Nanoclusters. His Polystyrene study incorporates themes from Dewetting, Thin film, Morphology and Diffusion. Eric J. Amis does research in Polymer chemistry, focusing on Dendrimer specifically.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Polymer, Nanotechnology, Polymer chemistry, NIST and Composite material. His Polymer research includes themes of Nanoparticle, Light scattering and Microscopy. His study in the fields of Characterization, Microfluidics and Polymer thin films under the domain of Nanotechnology overlaps with other disciplines such as Throughput.
His research in Polymer chemistry intersects with topics in Copolymer, Crystallization, Chemical engineering and Solvent. His Composite material study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Thin film. His study on Dewetting is often connected to Annealing as part of broader study in Thin film.
His primary areas of study are Nanotechnology, Composite material, Polymer, NIST and Thin film. His Nanotechnology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cell adhesion and Surface modification. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Microfluidics, Micelle and Polymer chemistry.
His Polymer chemistry research incorporates elements of Methacrylate, Chemical engineering, Polycarbonate and Atom-transfer radical-polymerization. His study in Chemical engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Phase and Solvent. His Thin film study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Biocompatibility, Contact angle and Surface energy.
Surface energy, Polymer chemistry, Polymer, Analytical chemistry and Nanotechnology are his primary areas of study. Eric J. Amis has researched Surface energy in several fields, including Monolayer, Nanoscopic scale, Substrate and Thin film. His work on Thin film is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Composite material.
His Polymer chemistry research incorporates themes from Volumetric flow rate, Methacrylate, Micelle and Atom-transfer radical-polymerization. In his study, Raman spectroscopy is strongly linked to Microfluidics, which falls under the umbrella field of Analytical chemistry. His work in Nanotechnology addresses issues such as Click chemistry, which are connected to fields such as Cell adhesion.
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A buckling-based metrology for measuring the elastic moduli of polymeric thin films
Christopher M. Stafford;Christopher Harrison;Kathryn L. Beers;Alamgir Karim.
Nature Materials (2004)
Dendrimer Templates for the Formation of Gold Nanoclusters
Franziska Gröhn;Barry J. Bauer;Yvonne A. Akpalu;Catheryn L. Jackson.
A SAXS study of the internal structure of dendritic polymer systems
Ty J. Prosa;Barry J. Bauer;Eric J. Amis;Donald A. Tomalia.
Journal of Polymer Science Part B (1997)
High-throughput investigation of osteoblast response to polymer crystallinity: influence of nanometer-scale roughness on proliferation.
Newell R. Washburn;Kenneth M. Yamada;Carl G. Simon;Scott B. Kennedy.
Visualization of Dendrimer Molecules by Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM): Staining Methods and Cryo-TEM of Vitrified Solutions
Catheryn L. Jackson;Henri D. Chanzy;Frank P. Booy;Bartholomew J. Drake.
Combinatorial Materials Science for Polymer Thin-Film Dewetting
J. Carson Meredith;Archie P. Smith;and Alamgir Karim;Eric J. Amis.
Combinatorial screen of the effect of surface energy on fibronectin-mediated osteoblast adhesion, spreading and proliferation.
Scott B. Kennedy;Newell R. Washburn;Newell R. Washburn;Carl George Simon;Eric J. Amis.
Microfluidic Platform for the Generation of Organic-Phase Microreactors
Zuzanna T Cygan;João T Cabral;Kathryn L Beers;Eric J Amis.
Suppression of Dewetting in Nanoparticle-Filled Polymer Films
Kathleen A. Barnes;Alamgir Karim;Jack F. Douglas;Alan I. Nakatani.
Dynamics of moderately concentrated salt‐free polyelectrolyte solutions: Molecular weight dependence
Marián Sedlák;Eric J. Amis.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1992)
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