Centre for Materials ResearchPolymer Technology Groupt.peijs@qmul.ac.uk<br />
Historic Queens’ Building<br />
QMUL Location<br />
QMUL Campus<br />
QMUL Campus<br />
Energy & Sustainability<br />Biobasedplastics<br />Biobased composites<br />Self-reinforced plastics<br />Composites for w...
Biomedical Applications<br />Fibre scaffolds for TE<br />Electrospunfibres<br />Surface structurisation<br />Biosensors<br...
Engineering Materials<br />High strength fibres<br />Advanced composites<br />Anti-ballistic composites<br />Ceramics com...
Polymer Nanocomposites<br />Layered nanoclay Carbon nanotubesGraphene<br />Needle-like nanoclay Cellulose nan...
Nanocomposite Applications<br />Conductive plastics Transparent conductive films Flame retardancy<br ...
Characterisation Facilities<br />SEM, TEM, FIB, ų-CT SPM, AFM XRD, WAXS <br />D...
Processing Facilities<br />Compounding (grams to kg) Co-extrusion (flat, blow film) Injection moulding <br />Fibre...
Contract Research<br />University<br />Industry<br />Nanoforce<br />R&D<br />“Nanoforce Technology Ltd. is a spin-off comp...
Polymer Technology Group<br />Profs Ton Peijs, CeesBastiaansen, Drs Asa Barber and EmilianoBilotti (CB not shown in pict.)...
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Polymer Technology at QMUL & Nanoforce

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  • 1. Centre for Materials ResearchPolymer Technology Groupt.peijs@qmul.ac.uk<br />
  • 2. Historic Queens’ Building<br />
  • 3. QMUL Location<br />
  • 4. QMUL Campus<br />
  • 5. QMUL Campus<br />
  • 6. Energy & Sustainability<br />Biobasedplastics<br />Biobased composites<br />Self-reinforced plastics<br />Composites for windturbines<br />Organic photovoltaics<br />Solar-cell concentrators<br />
  • 7. Biomedical Applications<br />Fibre scaffolds for TE<br />Electrospunfibres<br />Surface structurisation<br />Biosensors<br />Polymer actuators<br />Micro-incapsulation<br />
  • 8. Engineering Materials<br />High strength fibres<br />Advanced composites<br />Anti-ballistic composites<br />Ceramics composites<br />Reinforced elastomers<br />Nanocomposites<br />
  • 9. Polymer Nanocomposites<br />Layered nanoclay Carbon nanotubesGraphene<br />Needle-like nanoclay Cellulose nanofibres Multilayer polymer films<br />
  • 10. Nanocomposite Applications<br />Conductive plastics Transparent conductive films Flame retardancy<br />Smart textiles Damage sensing composites Barrier films<br />
  • 11. Characterisation Facilities<br />SEM, TEM, FIB, ų-CT SPM, AFM XRD, WAXS <br />DMA, DCS, TGA, Microcal FTIR, Raman, UV-Vis Mechanical testing<br />
  • 12. Processing Facilities<br />Compounding (grams to kg) Co-extrusion (flat, blow film) Injection moulding <br />Fibre spinning (tape, multifil) Electrospinning Coating (batch, role to role)<br />
  • 13. Contract Research<br />University<br />Industry<br />Nanoforce<br />R&D<br />“Nanoforce Technology Ltd. is a spin-off company, wholly owned by QMUL, specialised in advanced materials processing with a focus on the development of processing routes that can be commercialised by industry, aiming to bridge the gap between academic R&D and industrial applications”<br />
  • 14. Polymer Technology Group<br />Profs Ton Peijs, CeesBastiaansen, Drs Asa Barber and EmilianoBilotti (CB not shown in pict.) <br />

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