2016 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For design of macromolecular products and processes via scientific computation.
2011 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
2004 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For the development and application of innovative simulation tools to problems in polymer physics
His main research concerns Polymer, Statistical physics, Chemical physics, Nanotechnology and Copolymer. His Polymer study combines topics in areas such as Crystallography, Nanoparticle, Nanocomposite and Molecular dynamics. His study on Statistical physics also encompasses disciplines like
His Chemical physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Deposition, Dynamics, Amorphous solid, Vapour deposition and Kinetic energy. When carried out as part of a general Nanotechnology research project, his work on Self-assembly and Nanoscopic scale is frequently linked to work in Nanolithography, Context and Template, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. He interconnects Thin film, Polymer chemistry and Morphology in the investigation of issues within Copolymer.
Juan J. de Pablo mostly deals with Chemical physics, Liquid crystal, Polymer, Nanotechnology and Statistical physics. His Chemical physics research incorporates elements of Work, Molecular dynamics, Phase, Molecule and Polyelectrolyte. His research in Liquid crystal intersects with topics in Crystallography, Nanoparticle and Topological defect.
His study on Polymer is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Thermodynamics. His Nanotechnology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Copolymer and Lithography. His studies examine the connections between Statistical physics and genetics, as well as such issues in Monte Carlo molecular modeling, with regards to Kinetic Monte Carlo.
His primary areas of study are Chemical physics, Liquid crystal, Chemical engineering, Polymer and Condensed matter physics. He combines subjects such as Phase transition, Work, Nucleation, Molecular dynamics and Molecule with his study of Chemical physics. His study looks at the intersection of Liquid crystal and topics like Dynamics with Rheology and Coacervate.
His Chemical engineering research incorporates themes from Copolymer, Ethylene oxide, Ion transporter, Liquid crystalline and Polyelectrolyte. His studies deal with areas such as Thin film and Phase as well as Copolymer. His research investigates the connection between Polymer and topics such as Brownian dynamics that intersect with problems in Statistical physics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Chemical physics, Polymer, Liquid crystal, Molecular dynamics and Ion transporter. His Chemical physics research integrates issues from Phase transition, Deposition, Work, Nucleation and Anisotropy. His work on Conjugated system as part of general Polymer study is frequently linked to In silico, bridging the gap between disciplines.
The various areas that Juan J. de Pablo examines in his Liquid crystal study include Microfluidics, Doping and Microscale chemistry. The Molecular dynamics study combines topics in areas such as Minimum free energy, Dissociation, Dielectric, Mantle and Aqueous solution. His work in Chemical engineering covers topics such as Copolymer which are related to areas like Phase.
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Epitaxial self-assembly of block copolymers on lithographically defined nanopatterned substrates
Sang Ouk Kim;Harun H. Solak;Mark P. Stoykovich;Nicola J. Ferrier.
Density multiplication and improved lithography by directed block copolymer assembly
Paul Franklin Nealey;Huiman Kang;Francois Detcheverry;Juan J. Depablo.
Directed assembly of block copolymer blends into nonregular device-oriented structures.
Mark P. Stoykovich;Marcus Müller;Sang Ouk Kim;Harun H. Solak.
Dependence of the Glass Transition Temperature of Polymer Films on Interfacial Energy and Thickness
David S. Fryer;Richard D. Peters;Eui Jun Kim;Jeanne E. Tomaszewski.
Directed self-assembly of block copolymers for nanolithography: fabrication of isolated features and essential integrated circuit geometries.
Mark P Stoykovich;Huiman Kang;Kostas Ch Daoulas;Guoliang Liu.
ACS Nano (2007)
Simulation of polyethylene above and below the melting point
Juan J. de Pablo;Manuel Laso;Ulrich W. Suter.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1992)
ON THE SIMULATION OF VAPOR-LIQUID EQUILIBRIA FOR ALKANES
Shyamal K. Nath;Fernando A. Escobedo;Juan J. de Pablo.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1998)
Thermal Probe Measurements of the Glass Transition Temperature for Ultrathin Polymer Films as a Function of Thickness
David S. Fryer;and Paul F. Nealey;Juan J. de Pablo.
Hyper-parallel tempering Monte Carlo: Application to the Lennard-Jones fluid and the restricted primitive model
Qiliang Yan;Juan José de Pablo.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1999)
A coarse grain model for DNA.
Thomas A. Knotts;Nitin Rathore;David C. Schwartz;Juan J. de Pablo.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2007)
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