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Special talks offered by HYBER

CoE HYBER offers special talks during the spring semester, WELCOME!

January 15th   talk "Supramolecular Origami: Transforming Paper into Twisted Structures" by of professor Mark MacLachlan from the University of British Columbia, Canada 2.15 pm at TUAS house, auditorium TU1.

January 22nd talk “Light Micro-Manufacturing of Functional Polymeric Systems“ by Carlos Sánchez Somolinos from the University of Zaragoza, Spain, at 10.15 am at Nanotalo seminar room 228 (Puumiehenkuja 2).

January 29th
14.15 -15.00 “Polymer matrix distribution and interface effects in nanostructured composites” byProf. Lars Berglund, KTH Sweden.
15.00-15.30 Dr. Vincent Ladmiral (CNRS, France), to be announced
15.30-16.00 “RAFT controlled Polymers for coatings and membrane applications
by Dr. Mona Semsarilar KCPC, Univ. Sydney, Astralia,
The seminar will be in the Dept. of Engineering,Otakaari 4, Lecture hall 215

March 5th "Bio-inspired Nanomaterials" by Professor Marc Knecht, Department of Chemistry, University of Miami, USA at 14.00 Puu 2, R014.

April 9th Professor Wim Thielemans: To be announced later

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