Agenda

Poster Presenters

The poster presentation list is sorted by poster session day (Tuesday or Wednesday) then topic ID. Please use the search function to locate your name and poster presentation day. For additional sorting options click column headers.

Poster presenters will display posters throughout the conference and will present either during Poster Session I on Tuesday, November 28 or Poster Session II on Wednesday, November 29 from 6-8 p.m.

To view poster display instructions and schedule for hanging and removing posters visit Poster Instructions.

Please note that final poster numbers will be given to presenters at registration.

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TBrandyWhiteNaval Research Laboratory68 - Chemical Protective Coatings for Warfighter Relevant Applications02 - Advances in Fundamental Materials ResearchExhibit Hall B View Abstract
TJayEversoleNaval Research Laboratory95 - Vapor Pressure Measurements from Droplet Evaporation Rates of Low-Volatile Materials02 - Advances in Fundamental Materials ResearchExhibit Hall B View Abstract
TCassandraBuruNorthwestern University113 - Design of Metal-Organic Framework-based Catalysts for Rapid Partial Oxidation of a Mustard Gas Simulant02 - Advances in Fundamental Materials ResearchExhibit Hall B View Abstract
TAshliPolancoUniversity of Massachusetts Lowell145 - Ultra-high Surface Area Activated Carbon Derived From A Renewable Resource02 - Advances in Fundamental Materials ResearchExhibit Hall B View Abstract
TLenaTrotochaudLawrence Berkeley National Laboratory147 - Complementary In Situ Spectroscopy and Theory for Fundamental Materials Characterization: Case Study of DMMP Decomposition on CuO02 - Advances in Fundamental Materials ResearchExhibit Hall B View Abstract
TWesleyGordonU.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center (ECBC)171 - In Situ Probes of Capture and Decomposition of Chemical Warfare Agent Simulants by Zr-Based Metal Organic Frameworks02 - Advances in Fundamental Materials ResearchExhibit Hall B View Abstract
TJaredDeCosteU.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center201 - Increased Oxygen Storage Capabilities for the Warfighter Through the Use of Novel Sorbents02 - Advances in Fundamental Materials ResearchExhibit Hall B View Abstract
TYuk MunLiCornell University203 - Stimulus Responsive Nanoporous Membranes Fabrication02 - Advances in Fundamental Materials ResearchExhibit Hall B View Abstract
TRobertBalowNaval Research Laboratory207 - Chemical Warfare Agent Simulant Decontamination on Zr(OH)4 under Operando Conditions 02 - Advances in Fundamental Materials ResearchExhibit Hall B View Abstract
TMonicaMcEnteeU.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center (ECBC)221 - Chemical Warfare Agent Decomposition on Zr(OH)4 Powdered Materials: In the Presence and Absence of Contaminant SO202 - Advances in Fundamental Materials ResearchExhibit Hall B View Abstract
TGregPetersonEdgewood Chemical Biological Center252 - Optimizing Toxic Chemical Removal through Defect-Induced UiO-66NH2 Metal-Organic Framework02 - Advances in Fundamental Materials ResearchExhibit Hall B View Abstract
TNikolausSchneiderBundeswehr Research Institute for Protective Technologies and CBRN Protection (WIS)319 - Solar Light Activated Photocatalysts and Functionalized Textiles for Self-Decontaminating Individual Protection Against Toxic Agents – “SafeCoat”02 - Advances in Fundamental Materials ResearchExhibit Hall B View Abstract
TErikEmmonsU.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center (ECBC)337 - Raman Chemical Imaging to Characterize Chemical Transport in Polyurethane Coatings02 - Advances in Fundamental Materials ResearchExhibit Hall B View Abstract
TCurtisLarimerPacific Northwest National Laboratory392 - Stretch Your Imagination: Durable and Stretchable Superhydrophobic Coatings Resist and Repel Dangerous Liquids02 - Advances in Fundamental Materials ResearchExhibit Hall B View Abstract
TIoannisZampetakisUniversity of Bristol428 - Cactus-based Solids for Energy Dissipation in Defence Applications for Protection and Burden Optimization.02 - Advances in Fundamental Materials ResearchExhibit Hall B View Abstract
TCourtneyRobertsNational Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow at United States Naval Research Laboratory439 - Advances in Hypersorbent Materials for Detection and Protection Applications02 - Advances in Fundamental Materials ResearchExhibit Hall B View Abstract
TMollyRichardsUS Army Natick Soldier Research, Development, and Engineering Center440 - Approximate Analytical Treatment of Time-evolution of Sessile Droplets to Estimate Diffusivities into Barrier Materials02 - Advances in Fundamental Materials ResearchExhibit Hall B View Abstract
THeesooJungAgency for Defense Development448 - Characteristic Change of Nanoparticle Materials Using Atmospheric Pressure rf Plasma02 - Advances in Fundamental Materials ResearchExhibit Hall B View Abstract
TDorinaSava GallisSandia National Laboratories460 - Solvolysis of Organophosphates via a Multifunctional, Tunable Metal-Organic Framework Materials Platform02 - Advances in Fundamental Materials ResearchExhibit Hall B View Abstract
TAnnaPlonkaStony Brook University509 - Atomic-level Structural Dynamics of Polyoxoniobates During Nerve Agent Simulant Decomposition02 - Advances in Fundamental Materials ResearchExhibit Hall B View Abstract
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