2020 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2020 - Fellow, National Academy of Inventors
2016 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Michael R. Kessler spends much of his time researching Composite material, Polymer, Organic chemistry, Epoxy and Polyurethane. Composite material is closely attributed to Characterization in his research. His Conjugated system study in the realm of Polymer interacts with subjects such as Self-healing material and Concentric.
His Epoxy course of study focuses on Monomer and Prepolymer, Functional polymers, Covalent bond, Molecule and Liquid crystal. His Polyurethane study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Vegetable oil and Castor oil. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Differential scanning calorimetry, Dicyclopentadiene and Concentration effect.
His primary scientific interests are in Composite material, Polymer, Glass transition, Polymer chemistry and Dynamic mechanical analysis. As part of his studies on Composite material, Michael R. Kessler often connects relevant areas like Dielectric. His biological study deals with issues like Chemical engineering, which deal with fields such as Miscibility.
His Glass transition research includes elements of Epoxidized soybean oil, Thermal stability and Polyurethane. His work carried out in the field of Polymer chemistry brings together such families of science as Polymerization, Thermosetting polymer, Ring-opening metathesis polymerisation, Differential scanning calorimetry and Monomer. His research investigates the connection between Dynamic mechanical analysis and topics such as Thermogravimetric analysis that intersect with problems in Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy.
Monomer, Thermosetting polymer, Composite material, Epoxy and Curing are his primary areas of study. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Monomer, Molar ratio, Methylene, Stimuli responsive and Contact angle is strongly linked to Glass transition. His research investigates the link between Thermosetting polymer and topics such as Epoxidized soybean oil that cross with problems in Nuclear chemistry and Diluent.
Michael R. Kessler combines topics linked to Petroleum with his work on Composite material. His research integrates issues of Polymerization and Polymer chemistry in his study of Epoxy. His Curing research incorporates elements of Crystallinity and Biphenyl.
His primary areas of study are Monomer, Curing, Methacrylic anhydride, Thermosetting polymer and Organic chemistry. His studies in Monomer integrate themes in fields like Dicarboxylic acid, Polymerization, Reaction rate, Biphenyl and Crystallinity. His Epoxy research extends to the thematically linked field of Curing.
The concepts of his Methacrylic anhydride study are interwoven with issues in Comonomer, Radical polymerization, Eugenol, Vanillyl alcohol and Styrene. His studies deal with areas such as Steglich esterification, Viscosity and Epoxidized soybean oil as well as Thermosetting polymer.
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Autonomic healing of polymer composites
S. R. White;N. R. Sottos;P. H. Geubelle;J. S. Moore;J. S. Moore.
Self-Healing Polymers and Composites
T.C. Mauldin;Michael Kessler.
Annual Review of Materials Research (2010)
In situ poly(urea-formaldehyde) microencapsulation of dicyclopentadiene
Eric N. Brown;Michael R. Kessler;Nancy R. Sottos;Scott R. White.
Journal of Microencapsulation (2003)
Self-healing structural composite materials
M. R. Kessler;N. R. Sottos;S. R. White.
Composites Part A-applied Science and Manufacturing (2003)
Progress in Green Polymer Composites from Lignin for Multifunctional Applications: A Review
Vijay Kumar Thakur;Manju Kumari Thakur;Prasanth Raghavan;Michael R. Kessler.
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering (2014)
In situpoly(urea-formaldehyde) microencapsulation of dicyclopentadiene
E. N. Brown;M. R. Kessler;N. R. Sottos;S. R. White.
Journal of Microencapsulation (2003)
Self-healing polymer nanocomposite materials: A review
Vijay Kumar Thakur;Michael R. Kessler.
Self-activated healing of delamination damage in woven composites
M.R Kessler;S.R White.
Composites Part A-applied Science and Manufacturing (2001)
Recent advances in vegetable oil-based polymers and their composites
Chaoqun Zhang;Thomas F. Garrison;Thomas F. Garrison;Samy A. Madbouly;Samy A. Madbouly;Michael R. Kessler.
Progress in Polymer Science (2017)
Cure kinetics characterization and monitoring of an epoxy resin using DSC, Raman spectroscopy, and DEA
Ricky Hardis;Julie L.P. Jessop;Frank E. Peters;Michael R. Kessler;Michael R. Kessler.
Composites Part A-applied Science and Manufacturing (2013)
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