2018 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For developing innovative approaches to control the structure and properties of polymeric materials through processes of elastic buckling and selfassembly
Ryan C. Hayward mainly focuses on Nanotechnology, Copolymer, Polymer, Polymer chemistry and Composite material. Ryan C. Hayward focuses mostly in the field of Nanotechnology, narrowing it down to topics relating to Self-healing hydrogels and, in certain cases, Stimuli responsive, Selective deposition and Adsorption. His study in the fields of Ethylene oxide under the domain of Copolymer overlaps with other disciplines such as Annealing.
His study in Polymer is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Supramolecular chemistry, Figure of merit, Middle layer, Proton transport and Anhydrous. His studies deal with areas such as Solvent, Nanoparticle, Phase, Micelle and Dispersion as well as Polymer chemistry. His studies examine the connections between Composite material and genetics, as well as such issues in Instability, with regards to Compression, Computer simulation, Elastomer, Confocal and Elasticity.
His main research concerns Polymer, Copolymer, Composite material, Nanotechnology and Polymer chemistry. As a part of the same scientific family, Ryan C. Hayward mostly works in the field of Polymer, focusing on Nanowire and, on occasion, Crystallization. His research in Copolymer intersects with topics in Nanostructure, Thin film, Phase and Micelle.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Surface and Instability. His Self-healing hydrogels research extends to the thematically linked field of Nanotechnology. His work carried out in the field of Polymer chemistry brings together such families of science as Emulsion and Solvent.
His primary areas of study are Composite material, Copolymer, Optoelectronics, Polymer and Ionic liquid. His Composite material research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Curvature and Self-healing hydrogels. His Copolymer study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Nanoscopic scale, Nanostructure, Polysulfone, Polystyrene and Nanoporous.
Adhesion, Catastrophic failure, Dielectric and Dielectric strength is closely connected to Low voltage in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Optoelectronics. Ryan C. Hayward usually deals with Polymer and limits it to topics linked to Nanoparticle and Perovskite, Functional polymers and Nanocomposite. His Nanocomposite study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Nanotechnology.
Ryan C. Hayward focuses on Polymer, Buckling, Self-healing hydrogels, Nanoparticle and Deformation. Ryan C. Hayward integrates Polymer with Photoisomerization in his research. His Buckling study is concerned with Composite material in general.
His Self-healing hydrogels research incorporates themes from Photolithography, Soft robotics, Curvature, Biasing and Swelling. Nanoparticle is a subfield of Nanotechnology that he studies. His work in Deformation covers topics such as Photothermal therapy which are related to areas like Engineering physics and Thin film.
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General Predictive Syntheses of Cubic, Hexagonal, and Lamellar Silica and Titania Mesostructured Thin Films§
Peter C. A. Alberius;Karen L. Frindell;Ryan C. Hayward;Edward J. Kramer.
Chemistry of Materials (2002)
Designing responsive buckled surfaces by halftone gel lithography.
Jungwook Kim;James A. Hanna;Myunghwan Byun;Christian D. Santangelo.
Electrophoretic assembly of colloidal crystals with optically tunable micropatterns
R. C. Hayward;D. A. Saville;Ilhan A. Aksay.
Using origami design principles to fold reprogrammable mechanical metamaterials
Jesse L. Silverberg;Arthur A. Evans;Lauren McLeod;Ryan C. Hayward.
Surface wrinkles for smart adhesion
Edwin P. Chan;Erica J. Smith;Ryan C. Hayward;Alfred J. Crosby.
Advanced Materials (2008)
Tailored Assemblies of Block Copolymers in Solution: It Is All about the Process
Ryan C. Hayward;Darrin J. Pochan.
Origami structures with a critical transition to bistability arising from hidden degrees of freedom
Jesse L. Silverberg;Jun Hee Na;Arthur A. Evans;Bin Liu.
Nature Materials (2015)
Programming Reversibly Self‐Folding Origami with Micropatterned Photo‐Crosslinkable Polymer Trilayers
Jun Hee Na;Arthur A. Evans;Jinhye Bae;Maria C. Chiappelli.
Advanced Materials (2015)
Shear rheology of lyotropic liquid crystals: a case study.
Raffaele Mezzenga;Cedric Meyer;Colin Servais;Alexandre I. Romoscanu.
Creasing instability of surface-attached hydrogels
Verónica Trujillo;Jungwook Kim;Ryan C. Hayward.
Soft Matter (2008)
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