His scientific interests lie mostly in Thin film, Nanotechnology, Azobenzene, Molecule and Copolymer. Kevin G. Yager has researched Thin film in several fields, including Scattering, Polarization, Dipole, Analytical chemistry and Composite material. His Nanotechnology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Chemical physics, Lattice and Organic semiconductor.
His Azobenzene study introduces a deeper knowledge of Polymer. His Molecule research includes themes of Absorption, Host material and Deformation. His Nanostructure research incorporates elements of Optoelectronics and Nanoscopic scale.
Kevin G. Yager mainly investigates Copolymer, Nanotechnology, Thin film, Chemical engineering and Scattering. His Copolymer research includes elements of Self-assembly, Lamellar structure and Polymer chemistry. His work on Nanotechnology is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Lattice.
His research integrates issues of Chemical physics, Neutron reflectometry, Grazing-incidence small-angle scattering and Polymer in his study of Thin film. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Optoelectronics and Molecule. His Scattering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in X-ray and Artificial intelligence.
His primary areas of study are Copolymer, Chemical engineering, Thin film, Nanotechnology and Characterization. His Copolymer research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Condensed matter physics and Micelle. His work deals with themes such as Polymer blend, Deposition, Phase and Ternary operation, which intersect with Chemical engineering.
His Deposition research incorporates themes from Relaxation and Polymer. By researching both Thin film and Edge states, Kevin G. Yager produces research that crosses academic boundaries. His work in Nanoparticle, Nanomaterials and Self-assembly is related to Nanotechnology.
His main research concerns Thin film, Copolymer, Polystyrene, Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology. The Thin film study combines topics in areas such as Flory–Huggins solution theory, Composite material and Liquid crystalline. His Copolymer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Nanolithography and Transmission electron microscopy.
His Polystyrene research incorporates elements of Solvent, Self-assembly, Plasticizer, Chemical engineering and Methyl methacrylate. His Nanomaterials study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Spectral purity, Nanoscopic scale, Nanoparticle, Valence and Voxel. Kevin G. Yager combines subjects such as Deposition and Nanometre with his study of Nanotechnology.
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Novel photo-switching using azobenzene functional materials
Kevin G. Yager;Christopher J. Barrett.
Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A-chemistry (2006)
Photo-mechanical effects in azobenzene-containing soft materials.
Christopher J. Barrett;Jun-ichi Mamiya;Kevin G. Yager;Tomiki Ikeda.
Soft Matter (2007)
Azobenzene photomechanics: prospects and potential applications
Zahid Mahimwalla;Kevin G. Yager;Jun-ichi Mamiya;Atsushi Shishido.
Polymer Bulletin (2012)
Diamond family of nanoparticle superlattices
Wenyan Liu;Miho Tagawa;Huolin L. Xin;Tong Wang.
A general strategy for the DNA-mediated self-assembly of functional nanoparticles into heterogeneous systems
Yugang Zhang;Fang Lu;Kevin G. Yager;Daniel van der Lelie.
Nature Nanotechnology (2013)
All-optical patterning of azo polymer films
Kevin G. Yager;Christopher J. Barrett.
Current Opinion in Solid State & Materials Science (2001)
Effect of Confinement on Structure, Water Solubility, and Water Transport in Nafion Thin Films
Scott A. Eastman;Sangcheol Kim;Kirt A. Page;Brandon W. Rowe.
Superlattices assembled through shape-induced directional binding.
Fang Lu;Kevin G. Yager;Yugang Zhang;Huolin Xin.
Nature Communications (2015)
Dynamic Thermal Field-Induced Gradient Soft-Shear for Highly Oriented Block Copolymer Thin Films
Gurpreet Singh;Kevin G. Yager;Brian Berry;Ho-Cheol Kim.
ACS Nano (2012)
Nanoimprint-Induced Molecular Orientation in Semiconducting Polymer Nanostructures
Htay Hlaing;Htay Hlaing;Xinhui Lu;Tommy Hofmann;Kevin G. Yager.
ACS Nano (2011)
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