2017 - Materials Theory Award, Materials Research Society “For pioneering the development of field-theoretic computer simulation methods and their application to investigate and design self-assembling polymers and soft materials
2011 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
2003 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For advancing our understanding of the behavior of block copolymers and other polymeric and complex fluids.
Glenn H. Fredrickson mainly investigates Copolymer, Polymer, Polymer chemistry, Thermodynamics and Chemical engineering. His Copolymer research includes themes of Nanotechnology, Lamellar structure, Polymerization, Phase and Morphology. His work on Anionic addition polymerization as part of his general Polymerization study is frequently connected to Macromolecule, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
His Polymer research integrates issues from Particle, Statistical physics, Entropy of mixing and Surface tension. The Polymer chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Lithography, Steric effects, Self-assembly, Axial symmetry and Monomer. His study on Chemical engineering also encompasses disciplines like
His primary areas of study are Copolymer, Polymer, Polymer chemistry, Thermodynamics and Chemical physics. The concepts of his Copolymer study are interwoven with issues in Nanotechnology, Chemical engineering and Phase, Phase diagram. Glenn H. Fredrickson has included themes like Directed self assembly and Lithography in his Nanotechnology study.
His biological study deals with issues like Statistical physics, which deal with fields such as Polymer field theory. The study of Polymer chemistry is intertwined with the study of Lamellar structure in a number of ways. The various areas that Glenn H. Fredrickson examines in his Chemical physics study include Coacervate and Polyelectrolyte.
Glenn H. Fredrickson spends much of his time researching Polymer, Chemical physics, Field, Phase and Copolymer. His research in Polymer intersects with topics in Ionic bonding, Chemical engineering, Dispersity and Thermodynamics. His Dispersity study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Quantum entanglement, Instability, Polymerization, Upper and lower bounds and Monomer.
Glenn H. Fredrickson has included themes like Particle, Statistical physics, Classical mechanics and Polarizability in his Field study. His work carried out in the field of Phase brings together such families of science as Coacervate and Condensed matter physics. His Copolymer study incorporates themes from Self-assembly, Chain and Lamellar structure.
His primary areas of investigation include Chemical physics, Polymer, Phase, Copolymer and Coacervate. His work deals with themes such as Field, Spinodal decomposition, Ion, Microstructure and Scaling, which intersect with Chemical physics. His specific area of interest is Polymer, where he studies Polymerization.
The Polymerization study combines topics in areas such as Combinatorial chemistry and Polymer architecture. The study incorporates disciplines such as Chain, Phase transition, Phase space, Self-assembly and Dispersity in addition to Copolymer. His studies in Chemical engineering integrate themes in fields like Homogeneity, Monomer and Resolution.
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Triblock copolymer syntheses of mesoporous silica with periodic 50 to 300 angstrom pores
Dongyuan Zhao;Jianglin Feng;Qisheng Huo;Nicholas Melosh.
Block copolymer thermodynamics: theory and experiment.
Frank S. Bates;Glenn H. Fredrickson;Glenn H. Fredrickson.
Annual Review of Physical Chemistry (1990)
Block Copolymers—Designer Soft Materials
Frank S. Bates;Glenn H. Fredrickson.
Physics Today (1999)
Fluctuation effects in the theory of microphase separation in block copolymers
Glenn H. Fredrickson;Eugene Helfand.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1987)
The equilibrium theory of inhomogeneous polymers
Glenn H. Fredrickson.
Dynamics of Block Copolymers: Theory and Experiment
Glenn H. Fredrickson;Frank S. Bates.
Annual Review of Materials Science (1996)
Multiblock Polymers: Panacea or Pandora’s Box?
Frank S. Bates;Marc A. Hillmyer;Timothy P. Lodge;Christopher M. Bates.
Field-Theoretic Computer Simulation Methods for Polymers and Complex Fluids
Glenn H. Fredrickson;Venkat Ganesan;François Drolet.
Composite mesostructures by nano-confinement.
Yiying Wu;Guosheng Cheng;Kirill Katsov;Scott W. Sides.
Nature Materials (2004)
Kinetic Ising model of the glass transition
Glenn H. Fredrickson;Hans C. Andersen.
Physical Review Letters (1984)
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