2007 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For the design, synthesis, and modeling of engineered surfaces and interfaces
2005 - John H. Dillon Medal, American Physical Society For his highly creative manipulation of surface properties via monolayer and macromolecular films.
Jan Genzer focuses on Polymer, Polymer chemistry, Nanotechnology, Chemical engineering and Polystyrene. Jan Genzer has researched Polymer in several fields, including Chemical physics and Hinge. His Polymer chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Copolymer, Radical polymerization, Wetting, Absorption and Grafting.
His studies deal with areas such as Soft matter and Polymer brush as well as Nanotechnology. His study in Chemical engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Number density and Solvent. The concepts of his Polystyrene study are interwoven with issues in Biomolecule, Silicone, Cell sorting and Particle size.
Polymer, Chemical engineering, Polymer chemistry, Copolymer and Nanotechnology are his primary areas of study. Polymer is the subject of his research, which falls under Composite material. His Chemical engineering research integrates issues from Monolayer, Methacrylate and Adsorption.
His Polymer chemistry research incorporates themes from Surface modification and Methyl methacrylate, Polymerization, Atom-transfer radical-polymerization, Radical polymerization. His work on Polymer blend as part of general Copolymer study is frequently connected to Sequence, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. The study incorporates disciplines such as Elastomer and Surface in addition to Nanotechnology.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Chemical engineering, Polymer, Composite material, Polymer chemistry and Copolymer. His Chemical engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Acrylic acid, Methacrylate, Ionic strength and Polymer brush. His studies in Polymer integrate themes in fields like Thin film, Nanotechnology, Covalent bond, Phase and Optoelectronics.
His research in Nanotechnology intersects with topics in Surface and Liquid metal. His research integrates issues of Polymerization, Solvent, Nanoparticle, Azide and Aqueous solution in his study of Polymer chemistry. His Copolymer study which covers Adsorption that intersects with Adhesion.
His primary areas of study are Polymer, Composite material, Polymer chemistry, Chemical engineering and Liquid metal. His Polymer research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Hinge, Nanotechnology, Inkwell and Optics. His work deals with themes such as Copolymer and Dispersity, which intersect with Nanotechnology.
His Composite material course of study focuses on Stretchable electronics and Self-healing hydrogels, Composite number, Flexural modulus, Toughness and Glass fiber. The Polymer chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Surface modification, Solvent, Methacrylate, Monomer and Aqueous solution. In the subject of general Chemical engineering, his work in Nanoparticle is often linked to Block, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
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Emerging applications of stimuli-responsive polymer materials
Martien A Cohen Stuart;Wilhelm T S Huck;Jan Genzer;Marcus Müller.
Nature Materials (2010)
Recent developments in superhydrophobic surfaces and their relevance to marine fouling: a review
Jan Genzer;Kirill Efimenko.
Soft matter with hard skin: From skin wrinkles to templating and material characterization
Jan Genzer;Jan Groenewold.
Soft Matter (2006)
Surface modification of Sylgard-184 poly(dimethyl siloxane) networks by ultraviolet and ultraviolet/ozone treatment.
Kirill Efimenko;William E. Wallace;Jan Genzer.
joint international conference on information sciences (2002)
Nested self-similar wrinkling patterns in skins.
Kirill Efimenko;Mindaugas Rackaitis;Mindaugas Rackaitis;Evangelos Manias;Ashkan Vaziri.
Nature Materials (2005)
Creating long-lived superhydrophobic polymer surfaces through mechanically assembled monolayers.
Jan Genzer;Kirill Efimenko.
Self-folding of polymer sheets using local light absorption
Ying Liu;Julie K. Boyles;Jan Genzer;Michael D. Dickey.
Soft Matter (2012)
Surface-Bound Soft Matter Gradients
Jan Genzer;Rajendra R. Bhat.
Combinatorial study of the mushroom-to-brush crossover in surface anchored polyacrylamide.
Tao Wu;Kirill Efimenko;Jan Genzer.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2002)
“2D or not 2D”: Shape-programming polymer sheets
Ying Liu;Jan Genzer;Michael D. Dickey.
Progress in Polymer Science (2016)
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