关于举行美国加州大学伯克利分校王睿助理教授

广大师生:

  12月3日,第一届软物质科学与技术学术交流会在华南理工大学发光材料与器件国家重点实验室举行。来自美国梅奥医学中心的Michael J. Yaszemski教授、东华大学杨曙光教授、北京大学张文彬研究员,华南理工大学生命科学研究院王均教授、杜金志研究员,以及华南软物质科学与技术高等研究院青年教师分别作学术报告。研究院部分师生参加了报告会。

报告题目:Simplifying Molecular Complexity of Polymer Synthesis

报告题目:Efficient Synthesis and Innovative Processing of High-Performance Electro-Optic Polymers for Advanced Photonic Technologies

报告题目:Classical Challenges in the Physical Chemistry of Polymer Networks: Topology, Elasticity and Percolation报 告 人:Rui Wang (University of California, Berkeley)时间:2018年11月20日上午10:00地点:华南软物质科学与技术高等研究院324报告厅材料科学与工程学院华南软物质科学与技术高等研究院2018年11月12日报告摘要:Polymer networks is a very important category of materials. Despite the ubiquity of applications, the way that chemistry and processing interact to yield the final structure and material properties of polymer networks is not fully understood, which leads to a number of classical challenges in the physical chemistry of gels. Much of our fundamental knowledge about polymer networks is based on an assumption of ideal tree-like structure. However, real polymer networks inevitably possess topological defects: loops of different orders. Quantifying the number of loops and their impacts on the gel properties remains a long-standing problem. Recently, we have developed a kinetic graph theory to provide a quantitative prediction of loop densities, which is in excellent agreement with experimental measurements without any fitting parameters. We have also developed a real elastic network theory that systematically accounts for the loop impacts on the elastic modulus of polymer networks. Furthermore, we have developed a kinetic Monte Carlo simulation to quantify the gel point suppression for real polymer networks. These theoretical tools provide for the first time the quantitative prediction of gel properties based on molecular information of polymer networks, serving as a key step toward predictably designing new materials.报告人简介:Rui Wang received his B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Zhejiang University. He received his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Caltech in 2014, advised by Prof. Zhen-Gang Wang. He was a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Chemical Engineering at MIT by working with Prof. Bradley Olsen and Prof. Jeremiah Johnson from 2015 to 2018. He will join the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at UC Berkeley from Jan. 1, 2019 as an Assistant Professor.

为进一步促进我校与国内外软物质研究领域学者的学术交流,华南软物质科学与技术高等研究院于2017年12月3日举行第一届软物质科学与技术学术交流会,会议分别邀请美国梅奥医学中心(Mayo Clinic)Michael J. Yaszemski教授、东华大学杨曙光教授、北京大学张文彬研究员、华南理工大学生命科学研究院杜金志研究员以及软物质研究院青年教师作学术报告。

图片 1 与会报告人分别做报告   与会研究人员分别介绍了在组织工程、再生医药产品领域的生物制造和商业化应用研究,分享了蛋白质基材料新研究方法、氢键键合的聚合物复合纤维的优异性质、纳米医疗手段在癌症治疗中的新进展、纳米医学领域的新进展、X射线和中子散射技术在巨型分子簇形成机理中的研究,以及制备纳米聚合物囊泡的可控手段。   这些国内外软物质领域优秀学者的报告引起了广大师生的广泛兴趣,师生们就当前国际上软物质研究领域热门方向和内容进行了积极提问。   据悉,华南软物质科学与技术高等研究院成立于2016年5月份,与学校现有的大量前沿优秀学科资源整合交叉,旨在建设成为具世界领先水平的新型研究机构。

报 告 人:Patrick Théato 教授(University of Hamburg, Germany)

报告人:Jingdong Luo

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  1. 报告时间:2017年12月3日上午9:00开始

  2. 报告地点:华南理工大学发光材料与器件国家重点实验室W502会议室

  3. 报告内容:

附:部分报告人简介   Dr. Michael J. Yaszemski is the Krehbiel Family Endowed Professor of Orthopedic Surgery and Biomedical Engineering at the Mayo Clinic and director of its Polymeric Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering Laboratory. He served as president of the Mayo Clinic medical staff from 2013-2014, and had served for 10 years as the Chair of the Spine Surgery Division of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Mayo Clinic Rochester prior to entering the presidential line. He received both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Chemical Engineering from Lehigh University in 1977 and 1978, an M.D. from Georgetown University in 1983 and a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1995. He organized and then served as the first Chair of the Musculoskeletal Tissue Engineering study section at NIH, and served as a member of the Advisory Council of the NIH National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering from 2010-2014. He is currently a member of the NIH Advisory Council of the National Institute of Arthritis, Musculoskeletal, and Skin Diseases. He served as Chair of the FDA Center for Devices and Radiologic Health Advisory Committee, and is currently a member of the FDA Science Board. He is an emeritus member of the Lehigh University Board of Trustees. His clinical practice encompasses spine surgery and musculoskeletal oncology. His research interests are in the synthesis and characterization of novel degradable polymers for use in bone regeneration, cartilage regeneration, nervous tissue regeneration, and controlled delivery of chemotherapeutic agents to musculoskeletal tumors.

时间:2017年10月16日(周一)10:00

Materials Science and Engineering, University of Washington

报告题目一:Biofabrication and Commercialization of Tissue Engineering/Regenerative Medicine Products

  Wen-Bin Zhang is currently an Assistant Professor at the Department of Polymer Science and Engineering, College of Chemistry and Molecular Engineering of Peking University. He received his B.S. in Organic Chemistry from Peking University in 2004 and his Ph.D. in Polymer Science from the University of Akron in 2010. He continued at the University of Akron for his postdoctoral research under the supervision of Prof. Stephen Cheng for one year, before he moved to Caltech for a second postdoctoral training with Prof. David Tirrell in Protein Engineering and Biomaterials. His current research interests include the rational development of materials that bridges synthetic systems and biological systems for energy and health-related applications. In particular, he is interested in developing genetically encoded protein click chemistry and the use of such tools for protein topology engineering and protein-based bioactive materials.

地点:25号楼331会议室

报告时间:2016年7月26日上午9:00

报告人:Dr. Michael J. Yaszemski,美国Mayo Clinic

  Prof. Shuguang Yang received his BS of Chemistry (2002) at Wuhan University and PhD of Polymer Science (2007) at Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). He was research assistant (2007-2008) in Department of Polymer Science and Engineering, Peking University, and Postdoc Research Associate (2008-2010) in Department of Polymer Science, University of Akron. He has been professor of Material Science and Engineering since 2010, and associated director of Center for Advanced Low-dimension Materials, Donghua University since 2016. His academic interest is on structure and dynamics of low-dimension materials and his research is polymer complexes, coacervates, films, membrane and fibers.

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报告地点:化西210

报告题目二:Genetically Encoded Click Chemistry: New Tools for Protein-based Materials

材料科学与工程学院

摘要:Recent research progress of organic electro-optic materials with record-high Pockels coefficients, processing reliability and operational stability will be presented. These accomplishments are achieved through rational molecular design, concise synthesis, innovative poling and in-device processing of OEO materials. Successful deployment of these OEO-based subsystems can significantly benefit a broad spectrum of photonic technologies and concepts, including but not limited to high-speed efficient electro-optic modulators to encode electrical signals into the optical domain for high performance computing and communication, and manipulating broad spectrum of electromagnetic waves from microwave to far-infrared regions for spectroscopy, remote sensing, imaging, and optoelectronics.

报告人:张文彬研究员,北京大学

2017年10月13日

Bio:Jingdong Luo received the Ph.D. degree in chemistry from Wuhan University in 2000. He is a Senior Research Scientist at Department of Materials Science and Engineering of University of Washington. He is also the Co-founder of Soluxra, LLC since 2010, and led the development of a series of high performance electro-optic polymers with r33 values up to 250 pm/V forphotonic applications. To date he has authored 155 publications in peer-reviewed journals, which have been cited more than 7,600 times with an h-index of 48 from wide-spread research areas of Polymer Science, Materials Science, Chemistry, Physics, Optics and Engineering. He also holds 13 patents on organic functional materials for opto-electronics and photonics. His major scientific achievements include supramolecular engineering of organic nonlinear optical materials for low driven voltage modulators, efficient pyroelectric poling of organic/polymeric dielectric materials, high performance electro-optic polymers for CPU CMOS and silicon photonic platforms, and aggregation induced emission mechanism for OLED and sensing applications.

报告题目三:Hydrogen-Bonded Polymer Complex Fiber: Elastic, Conductive and Self-healing

报告摘要:

报告人:杨曙光教授,东华大学

Incredible progress has been made in synthetic polymer chemistry to control the polymer chain length, structure and architecture via controlled/living polymerization reactions as well as their functionalization via efficient post-modification chemistries. The development in this field is still very intense and dynamic, leading to an ever-increasing molecular complexity.

报告题目四:Tumor-acidity activated nanomedicine for cancer therapy

However, this increasing complexity on the molecular level demands for highly advanced specialists possessing the skillset to synthesize such chemical structures. This clearly limits or slows down the advancement to new scientific areas. Hence, we have addressed this challenge over the years by developing simple synthetic routes, while maintaining a molecular complexity, thereby providing the synthetic tools for many scientists to prepare highly functional polymer materials with unprecedented molecular precision.

报告人:杜金志教授,华南理工大学生命科学研究院

Synthetic routes, possibilities, remaining challenges and opportunities for next generation polymers will be discussed with the aim to development and study of structure-property relationships of polymeric materials. As such, novel syntheses of polymer materials for smart materials and battery related materials will be presented as examples.

报告题目五:X-ray and Neutron Scattering Studies of Giant Molecular Clusters

报告人简介:

报告人:殷盼超研究员,华南软物质科学与技术高等研究院

Dr. Patrick Théato is now a tenured associate professor and head of the Institute for Technical and Macromolecular Chemistry at University of Hamburg (Germany). He is also an adjunct professor at Seoul National University (Korea), editor-in-chief of Journal of Macromolecular Science Part A: Pure and Applied Chemistry, editorial or advisory board member of Advances in Polymer Science, Macromolecular Rapid Communication, Macromolecular Chemistry & Physics, Chinese Journal of Polymer Science, etc., and Chair of the IUPAC Subcommittee on Polymer Education. He has 220 publications in ISI journals, including Macomolecules, Nature Materials, Nature Chemistry, Angewandte Chemie, Chemical Review, with over 7000 citations (h-index=48). His research covers a wide range of topics in polymer chemistry and materials science.

报告题目六:Microparticle Templating as a Route to Nanoscale Polymer Vesicles with Controlled Size Distribution

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报告人:王林格教授,华南软物质科学与技术高等研究院

材料科学与工程学院

华南软物质科学与技术高等研究院

2017年12月4日

附:

  1. Biofabrication and Commercialization of Tissue Engineering/Regenerative Medicine Product(Dr.Michael J. Yaszemski)

报告人简介:Dr. Michael J. Yaszemski is the Krehbiel Family Endowed Professor of Orthopedic Surgery and Biomedical Engineering at the Mayo Clinic and director of its Polymeric Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering Laboratory. He served as president of the Mayo Clinic medical staff from 2013-2014, and had served for 10 years as the Chair of the Spine Surgery Division of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Mayo Clinic Rochester prior to entering the presidential line. He received both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Chemical Engineering from Lehigh University in 1977 and 1978, an M.D. from Georgetown University in 1983 and a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1995. He organized and then served as the first Chair of the Musculoskeletal Tissue Engineering study section at NIH, and served as a member of the Advisory Council of the NIH National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering from 2010-2014. He is currently a member of the NIH Advisory Council of the National Institute of Arthritis, Musculoskeletal, and Skin Diseases. He served as Chair of the FDA Center for Devices and Radiologic Health Advisory Committee, and is currently a member of the FDA Science Board. He is an emeritus member of the Lehigh University Board of Trustees. His clinical practice encompasses spine surgery and musculoskeletal oncology. His research interests are in the synthesis and characterization of novel degradable polymers for use in bone regeneration, cartilage regeneration, nervous tissue regeneration, and controlled delivery of chemotherapeutic agents to musculoskeletal tumors.

  1. Genetically Encoded Click Chemistry: New Tools for Protein-based Materials

内容摘要:Genetically encoded chemistry provides versatile control over the process of chemical reactions and the resulting materials. The spontaneous formation of an isopeptide bond between a peptide tag and its protein partner is a genetically encoded, cell-compatible, highly specific and efficient chemistry for protein/peptide conjugation, as demonstrated in the chemically reactive pair of SpyTag/SpyCatcher. In this talk, I will give a brief overview of our work in the development of genetically encoded protein chemistry tools (especially those possessing features of click chemistry) and the use of such tools to create bioactive materials. Through protein engineering, we have successfully developed a chemical toolbox of genetically encoded chemical reactions. The possibility to encode chemical information into protein sequences has allowed the direct cellular synthesis of cyclic proteins, tadpole proteins, star proteins, and other branched topologies. The reaction between proteins bearing multiple reactive groups also lead to all-protein-based bioactive hydrogels, whose macroscopic properties are fully genetically encodable. By combining this chemistry with protein folding, protein catenanes and other complex protein topologies can be prepared.4 In general, catenation was found to increase proteins’ stability toward proteolytic digestion and thermal denaturation. It has thus opened new ways to engineer protein’s properties, both in vivo and in vitro.

报告人简介:Wen-Bin Zhang is currently an Assistant Professor at the Department of Polymer Science and Engineering, College of Chemistry and Molecular Engineering of Peking University. He received his B.S. in Organic Chemistry from Peking University in 2004 and his Ph.D. in Polymer Science from the University of Akron in 2010. He continued at the University of Akron for his postdoctoral research under the supervision of Prof. Stephen Cheng for one year, before he moved to Caltech for a second postdoctoral training with Prof. David Tirrell in Protein Engineering and Biomaterials. His current research interests include the rational development of materials that bridges synthetic systems and biological systems for energy and health-related applications. In particular, he is interested in developing genetically encoded protein click chemistry and the use of such tools for protein topology engineering and protein-based bioactive materials.

  1. Hydrogen-Bonded Polymer Complex Fiber: Elastic, Conductive and Self-healing

内容摘要:Polymer complex is a highly miscible aggregation of different polymers. Polymer complexes can be divided into different types according to the molecular interaction, such as polyelectrolyte complex and hydrogen-bonded complex. We develop special methods to prepare hydrogen-bonded polymer complex into fibers. First, a spinnable fluid is obtained by restricting hydrogen bonds, and then it is extruded through a spinneret into a coagulation bath where hydrogen bonds are built to make fiber formation. Utilizing hydrogen-bonded polymer complex, we produce elastic, self-healing and conductive fibers, which show potential applications in flexible electronics.

报告人简介:Prof. Shuguang Yang received his BS of Chemistry at Wuhan University and PhD of Polymer Science at Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences . He was research assistant (2007-2008) in Department of Polymer Science and Engineering, Peking University, and Postdoc Research Associate (2008-2010) in Department of Polymer Science, University of Akron. He has been professor of Material Science and Engineering since 2010, and associated director of Center for Advanced Low-dimension Materials, Donghua University since 2016. His academic interest is on structure and dynamics of low-dimension materials and his research is polymer complexes, coacervates, films, membrane and fibers.

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