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8002
Autonomous filling of creep cavities in Fe-Au and Fe-W alloys
Lecture 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
H. Fang Presenter Delft University of TechnologyN. van Dijk Delft University of TechnologyS. van der Zwaag Delft University of Technology
8696
Self-sealing mechanisms in leaves of Delosperma species: the biological role model
Lecture 1 Application of self-healing materials
L. Hesse Presenter University of FreiburgH. Klein Fraunhofer Institute for High-Speed Dynamics, Ernst-Mach-Institut, EMIT. Speck University of FreiburgO. Speck University of Freiburg
8712
Revealing “sticky” dynamics by solid-state NMR spectroscopy
Lecture 4 Characterisation and modelling
A. Mordvinkin Presenter Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-WittenbergK. Saalwächter Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg
8716
Self-sealing mechanisms in leaves of Delosperma species:Numerical studies on Delosperma cooperi
Lecture 4 Characterisation and modelling
H. Klein Presenter Fraunhofer Institute for High-Speed Dynamics, Ernst-Mach-Institut, EMIL. Hesse University of FreiburgT. Speck University of FreiburgO. Speck University of Freiburg
8738
Fluorescence Detection of Microcapsule-Type Self-Healing Based on Aggregation-Induced Emission
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
Y. Song Presenter Korea Research Institute of Chemical TechnologyB. Kim Korea Research Institute of Chemical TechnologyT. Lee Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology, Ulsan National Institute of Science and TechnologyJ. Kim Korea Research Institute of Chemical TechnologyJ. Nam Korea Research Institute of Chemical TechnologyS. Noh Korea Research Institute of Chemical TechnologyY. Park Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology
8753
Self-Healing Asphalt Using Microcapsules Containing Rejuvenator: From Experimental Research to Real Application
Lecture 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
J. Su Presenter Tianjin Polytechnic UniversityS. Han Tianjin Polytechnic UniversityY. Wang Tianjin Polytechnic UniversityX. Zhang Tianjin Polytechnic University
8764
Preparation of Calcium Alginate Capsules and the Application in Asphalt Mastic
Lecture 1 Application of self-healing materials
S. Xu Presenter Delft University of TechnologyA. Tabakovic Dublin Institute of TechnologyE. Schlangen Delft University of TechnologyX. Liu Delft University of Technology
8776
Alginate Capsules Encapsulating Aerobic and Anaerobic Microorganism for Repairing Cracks in Concrete
Lecture 1 Application of self-healing materials
K. Kawaai Presenter Ehime UniversityH. Okuno Ehime UniversityI. Ujike Ehime University
8777
Healable shape-memory polyurethanes using reversible TAD chemistry
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
N. Van Herck Presenter Ghent UniversityF. Du Prez Ghent University
8801
Modelling of self-healing creep steels
Lecture 4 Characterisation and modelling
C. Versteylen Presenter TU DelftM. Sluiter TU DelftN. van Dijk TU Delft
8825
Benefits of pH-responsive superabsorbent polymers to stimulate autogenous healing of concrete cracks
Lecture 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
A. Mignon Ghent UniversityS. Van Vlierberghe Ghent UniversityN. De Belie Presenter Ghent University
8839
Effect of the shape of superabsorbent polymers on the self-healing aspects in cementitious materials
Lecture 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
D. Snoeck Presenter Ghent UniversityN. De Belie Ghent University
8860
Adaptable Micro-vascular Materials Via Reaction-Diffusion
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
M. Kleiman University of CaliforniaK. Brubaker University of CaliforniaA. Esser-Kahn Presenter University of California
8901
Low temperature healing of bending, Mode I and impact-induced damage of a disulphide containing polymer - glass fibre reinforced composite
Lecture 1 Application of self-healing materials
W. Post Presenter Delft University of TechnologyA. Cohades Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de LausanneS. Garcia Delft University of TechnologyS. van der Zwaag Delft University of TechnologyV. Michaud Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
8909
Detection of delamination healing of a thermoplastic ionomer interlayer in a model CFRP composite by advanced ultrasonic techniques
Lecture 4 Characterisation and modelling
W. Post Delft University of TechnologyM. Kersemans Ghent University (UGent)I. Solodov University of StuttgartK. van den Abeele KU Leuven - University of LeuvenS. Garcia Presenter Delft University of TechnologyS. van der Zwaag Delft University of Technology
8987
Recent Progress in Dynamic and Self-healing Polymer Design via Supramolecular and Dynamic Covalent Bonds
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
Z. Guan Presenter University of California, Irvine
8996
A Biomimetic Approach to Enhance Mechanochemical Stability of Polymer Solutions
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
A. Levy Presenter Technion - Israel InstituteF. Wang Technion - Israel InstituteC. Diesendruck Technion - Israel Institute
8998
Crack closure assessment through the use of SMA wires in thermally mended E-glass reinforced Poly(ε-caprolactone)/epoxy blends
Lecture 1 Application of self-healing materials
A. Cohades Presenter EPFLN. Hostettler EPFLV. Michaud EPFL
9000
A model for simultaneous damage, healing and capillary flow
Lecture 4 Characterisation and modelling
A. Jefferson Presenter Cardiff UniversityR. Davies Cardiff University
9002
Tackling shell tightness of reactive microcapsules for practical application of self-healing materials
Lecture 1 Application of self-healing materials
D. Sun Hong Kong University of Science and TechnologyJ. Yang Presenter Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
9007
Study on Microcapsules Based Self-Healing Concrete from Macroscope and Microscope Points of View
Lecture 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
X. Wang Presenter Shenzhen UniversityP. Wei Shenzhen UniversityP. Sun Shenzhen UniversityN. Han Shenzhen UniversityY. Fang Shenzhen UniversityF. Xing Shenzhen University
9015
Self-healing via Thermal Oxidation of Mullite-based Composites with Dispersion of Nickel Particles
Lecture 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
M. Nanko Presenter Nagaoka University of Technology
9018
Contributions of Polymer Architecture and Hard vs. Soft Blocks to Self-healing in Supramolecular Block Copolymers
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
R. Bose Presenter Delft University of TechnologyM. Enke Friedrich Schiller University JenaA. Grande Delft University of TechnologyS. Zechel Friedrich Schiller University JenaF. Schacher Friedrich Schiller University JenaM. Hager Friedrich Schiller University JenaS. Garcia Delft University of TechnologyU. Schubert Friedrich Schiller University JenaS. van der Zwaag Delft University of Technology
9019
Supramolecular polymers: from phase segregation and controlled (self-)assembly processes to self-healing materials
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
D. Döhler Presenter Martin Luther University Halle-WittenbergS. Chen Martin Luther University Halle-WittenbergF. Herbst Martin Luther University Halle-WittenbergY. Tingzi Martin Luther University Halle-WittenbergK. Schröter Martin Luther University Halle-WittenbergT. Thurn-Albrecht Martin Luther University Halle-WittenbergJ. Akbarzadeh University of ViennaH. Peterlik University of ViennaW. Binder Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg
9027
Ionomers: New approaches for self-healing materials
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
J. Dahlke Presenter Friedrich-Schiller-University JenaR. Bose Delft University of TechnologyS. Zechel Friedrich Schiller University JenaS. Garcia Delft University of TechnologyS. van der Zwaag Delft University of TechnologyM. Hager Friedrich Schiller University JenaU. Schubert Friedrich Schiller University Jena
9028
Association Dynamics of A Supramolecular Linear Polymer Melt
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
M. Krutyeva Presenter Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHW. Pyckhout-Hintzen Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHM. Monkenbusch Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHA. Bras Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHJ. Allgaier Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHA. Wischnewski Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHD. Richter Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
9032
Supramolecular Association in Transiently Branched Polymers
Lecture 4 Characterisation and modelling
M. Staropoli Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHW. Pyckhout-Hintzen Presenter Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHC. Hövelmann Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHA. Raba Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHJ. Allgaier Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHM. Krutyeva Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHA. Wischnewski Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHD. Richter Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
9033
Latent polymeric mechanocatalysts for CuAAC based self-healing and stress-sensing approaches
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
P. Michael Presenter Martin Luther University Halle-WittenbergM. Biewend Martin Luther University Halle-WittenbergS. Funtan Martin Luther University Halle-WittenbergW. Binder Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg
9034
The impact of trigger signal spreading velocity on self-healing performance in smart anti-corrosion coatings
Lecture 1 Application of self-healing materials
M. Uebel Presenter Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbHM. Rohwerder Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH
9037
Supra-Molecular Structure, Thermodynamic Properties and Response to Perturbations of Amphiphilic Thiazol Langmuir-Blodgett Films
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
M. Hupfer Friedrich Schiller University JenaM. Kaufmann Friedrich Schiller University JenaF. Herrmann-Westendorf Friedrich Schiller University JenaR. Beckert Friedrich Schiller University JenaB. Dietzek Friedrich Schiller University JenaM. Presselt Presenter Leibniz-Institut für Photonische Technologien
9039
Test method to assess the survival probability of capsules in self-healing concrete
Lecture 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
E. Gruyaert Presenter Ghent UniversityM. Araujo Ghent UniversityN. Alderete Ghent UniversityK. Van Tittelboom Ghent UniversityS. Chatrabhuti University of MonsJ. Raquez University of MonsN. De Belie Ghent University
9040
Application of polymeric capsules in concrete beams: survival during mixing and sealing ability of cracks
Lecture 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
M. Araujo Ghent UniversityE. Gruyaert Ghent UniversityN. Alderete Ghent UniversityK. Van Tittelboom Presenter Ghent UniversityS. Chatrabhuti University of MonsJ. Raquez University of MonsN. De Belie Ghent University
9042
Effect of the dianhydride/branched diamine ratio on the room temperature healing behavior of polyetherimides: Presenting a new self-healing mechanism.
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
A. Susa Presenter TU DelftR. Bose TU DelftA. Grande TU DelftS. van der Zwaag TU DelftS. Garcia TU Delft
9046
Self-healing metallopolymers based on reversible histidine-zinc interactions
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
M. Enke Presenter FSU JenaS. Zechel FSU JenaM. Hager FSU JenaU. Schubert FSU Jena
9047
Modified Polyurethane Materials with Moisture or Temperature Induced Self-Healing Properties
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
A. Wittmer Presenter Fraunhofer IFAM BremenA. Brinkmann Fraunhofer IFAM BremenC. Schreiner Fraunhofer IFAM BremenV. Stenzel Fraunhofer IFAM BremenA. Hartwig Fraunhofer IFAM BremenK. Koschek Fraunhofer IFAM Bremen
9051
Autonomous self-healing of large damage volumes by means of multiphase microvascular flow
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
L. Dean Presenter University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignS. White University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignN. Sottos University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
9053
New Sacrificial Materials for Multifunctional Vascular Composites
Lecture 1 Application of self-healing materials
M. Garg Presenter University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignH. Hernandez University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignN. Sottos University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignS. White University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
9054
Synthetic remodeling via depolymerization and repolymerization cycles in low ceiling temperature polymers
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
E. Lloyd Presenter University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignH. Lopez Hernandez University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignN. Sottos University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignJ. Moore University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignS. White University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
9055
Build an Immune System for Concrete by Introducing Chemical Triggered Microcapsule
Lecture 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
G. Zhu Presenter Shenzhen UniversityJ. Tang Shenzhen UniversityN. Han Shenzhen UniversityF. Xing Shenzhen University
9057
Spontaneous Moisture-Driven Healing of Urea-based Polyurethane
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
B. Willocq Presenter Université de MonsF. Khelifa Université de MonsV. Lemaur Université de MonsP. Leclère Université de MonsJ. Cornil Université de MonsP. Dubois Université de MonsJ. Raquez Université de Mons
9060
Application of dynamic coordinate bonds for underwater self-healing of polymer
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
M. Rong Presenter Sun Yat-sen UniversityM. Zhang Sun Yat-sen UniversityN. Xia Sun Yat-sen University
9062
Reversible and Irreversible Crosslinking in Block Copolymer-Based Nanostructured Materials
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
F. Schacher Presenter Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena
9069
Self-healing evaluation of mortar with crystalline admixtures by sorptivity analysis
Lecture 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
M. Roig-Flores Presenter Universidad Politecnica de ValenciaC. Litina University of CambridgeA. Al-Tabbaa University of CambridgeP. Serna Universidad Politecnica de Valencia
9070
Self-healing of cracks in concrete using impregnated lightweight aggregates with different silica based precursors
Lecture 1 Application of self-healing materials
R. Alghamri University of CambridgeC. Litina Presenter University of CambridgeA. Al-Tabbaa University of Cambridge
9071
Capsule-filled dental composite resin for sustained biomodification of dentin matrix
Lecture 1 Application of self-healing materials
M. Yourdkhani University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignH. Majithia University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignL. Farsi University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignN. Sottos University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignS. White Presenter University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
9072
Fatigue behavior of self-healing carbon fiber/thermoplastic-toughened epoxy composites
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
S. Kim Presenter University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignN. Sottos University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignS. White University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
9073
Investigation of ion diffusion in the bacterial self-healing cementitious materials using X-ray computed tomography
Lecture 1 Application of self-healing materials
B. Liu Shenzhen UniversityY. Li Shenzhen UniversityJ. Zhang Shenzhen UniversityN. Han Shenzhen UniversityX. Deng Presenter Shenzhen UniversityF. Xing Shenzhen University
9081
Interface characterization of Water/Self-healing Geopolymer coating with Surface modifications
Lecture 4 Characterisation and modelling
Y. Fang Presenter Shenzhen UniversityW. Guodong Shenzhen UniversityG. Yin Shenzhen UniversityZ. Ding Shenzhen UniversityB. Dong Shenzhen University
9082
Functional metallopolymers: From supramolecular interactions to self-healing materials
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
S. Zechel Presenter FSU JenaR. Bose TU DelftM. Enke FSU JenaS. Garcia TU DelftS. van der Zwaag TU DelftM. Hager FSU JenaU. Schubert FSU Jena
9086
Social impact analysis on self-healing ceramics innovation
Lecture 1 Application of self-healing materials
W. Nakao Presenter Yokohama National UniversityS. Manabe Yokohama National UniversityK. Saito Yokohama National University
9087
Epoxy-based alginate shell particles as functional self-triggered additives for self-healing concrete
Lecture 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
Y. Morozov Presenter University of LisbonY. Guo Microbelcaps S.A.S. Zgoulli Microbelcaps S.A.M. Araújo Ghent UniversityK. Van Tittelboom Ghent UniversityN. De Belie Ghent UniversityE. Cailleux Belgian Building Research InstituteS. Lamaka Helmholtz-ZentrumF. Montemor University of Lisbon
New cracking method to improve the evaluation of the sealing capacity of self-healing mortar via water flow tests
Lecture 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
T. Van Mullem Presenter Ghent UniversityJ. Wang Ghent UniversityB. Debbaut Ghent UniversityE. Gruyaert Ghent UniversityN. De Belie Ghent University
9091
Optical Response of Self-Healing Polymers
Lecture 4 Characterisation and modelling
B. Dietzek Presenter Friedrich-Schiller-University JenaM. Micheel Leibniz Institute for Photonic TechnologyR. Geitner Friedrich-Schiller-Universität JenaM. Schmitt Friedrich-Schiller-Universität JenaJ. Ahner Friedrich-Schiller-Universität JenaM. Hager Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
9092
Self-healing behavior of Fiber Reinforced Self-healing Ceramics using TiC healing agent layer
Lecture 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
T. Hayakawa Presenter Yokohama National UniversityW. Nakao Yokohama National University
9093
Self-healing cementitious construction repair materials with microencapsulated mineral agents
Lecture 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
C. Litina Presenter University of CambridgeA. Al-Tabbaa University of Cambridge
9096
Survivability and Self-healing Efficiency of Microencapsulated Sodium Silicate in Class G Oil Well Cement
Lecture 1 Application of self-healing materials
W. Mao Presenter University of CambridgeA. Al-Tabbaa University of Cambridge
9102
Self-healing metallopolymers: Influence of the binding strength on the healing behavior
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
S. Götz Presenter FSU JenaS. Zechel FSU JenaM. Hager FSU JenaU. Schubert FSU Jena
9106
Role of di and tetra–sulfide containing silane on the network formation of a healable organic–inorganic hybrid dual–network
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
N. Zhong Presenter Delft University of TechnologyS. van der Zwaag Delft University of TechnologyS. Garcia Delft University of Technology
9108
A cohesive zone fracture mechanics-based crack healing model and its application to self-healing MAX-phase ceramics
Lecture 4 Characterisation and modelling
S. Ponnusami Delft University of TechnologyS. Turteltaub Delft University of TechnologyA. Farle Delft University of TechnologyW. Sloof Delft University of TechnologyS. van der Zwaag Delft University of TechnologyJ. Krishnasamy Presenter Delft University of Technology
9110
Self-healing polymers based on reversible covalent bonds: From condensation reactions over exchange reactions to addition reactions
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
M. Hager Presenter Friedrich Schiller University JenaN. Kuhl Friedrich Schiller University JenaJ. Kötteritzsch Friedrich Schiller University JenaS. Zechel Friedrich Schiller University JenaM. Abend Friedrich Schiller University JenaU. Schubert Friedrich Schiller University Jena
9111
Early-age self-healing of reinforced concrete wall containing microencapsulated healing agent
Lecture 1 Application of self-healing materials
P. Giannaros Presenter University of CambridgeA. Kanellopoulos University of CambridgeA. Al-Tabbaa University of Cambridge
9112
Use of encapsulated polyurethane in concrete to limit chloride penetration through cracks
Lecture 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
B. Van Belleghem Presenter Ghent UniversityP. Van den Heede Ghent UniversityK. Van Tittelboom Ghent UniversityN. De Belie Ghent University
9113
Hydrophilic Polycarbonate/mPEG polyurethane networks: anti-fouling and self-replenishing coatings for marine applications
Lecture 1 Application of self-healing materials
I. Jimenez-Pardo Presenter Eindhoven University of TechnologyL. van der Ven Eindhoven University of TechnologyR. van Benthem Eindhoven University of TechnologyA. Esteves Eindhoven University of Technology.G. de With Eindhoven University of Technology
9115
Development of tubular capsules for self-healing concrete applications by cement paste extrusion and successive coatings
Lecture 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
G. Anglani Politecnico di TorinoP. Antonaci Politecnico di TorinoA. Carrillo Gonzales Politecnico di TorinoA. Formia Politecnico di TorinoM. Genovese Politecnico di TorinoG. Idone Politecnico di TorinoR. Robella Politecnico di TorinoD. Taeb Politecnico di TorinoJ. Tulliani Presenter Politecnico di Torino
9120
Autogenous self-healing in cementitious materials promoted by sulfate attack
Lecture 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
P. Antonaci Presenter Politecnico di TorinoJ. Tulliani Politecnico di TorinoS. Irico Dyckerhoff GmbHS. Mutke Dyckerhoff GmbHD. Gastaldi Buzzi UnicemF. Canonico Buzzi Unicem
9122
Development of self-healing cement pastes by long-term hydration
Lecture 1 Application of self-healing materials
S. Lucas Presenter University of Greenwich
9123
Application of Kinetics-based Damage-Healing Constitutive Model to FE Analysis of Self-Healing Ceramic Materials
Lecture 4 Characterisation and modelling
J. Yamamoto Presenter Yokohama National UniversityT. Osada National Institute of Material ScienceS. Ozaki Yokohama National University
9124
Microcapsule-Based Autonomous Indication of Damage and Healing in Polymeric Coatings
Lecture 1 Application of self-healing materials
W. Li Presenter University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignM. Robb University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignC. Matthews University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignJ. Moore University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignS. White University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignN. Sottos University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
9125
Applied self-healing technologies for the smart repair of composite components
Lecture 1 Application of self-healing materials
T. Coope University of BristolR. Luterbacher University of BristolI. Bond Presenter University of BristolD. Turkenburg TNO MaterialsH. Fischer TNO Materials
9127
Finite element model of ballistic impacts on self-healing ionomers
Lecture 4 Characterisation and modelling
L. Di Landro Politecnico di MilanoG. Janszen Politecnico di MilanoG. Sala Politecnico di MilanoA. Grande Presenter Politecnico di Milano
9129
Self-healing Geotechnical Structures via Microbial Action
Lecture 1 Application of self-healing materials
S. Botusharova Presenter Cardiff UniversityM. Harbottle Cardiff UniversityD. Gardner Cardiff University
9130
Design self-healing metals with Ti-Ni shape memory nano-particles
Lecture 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
J. Zhang Presenter Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyS. Maisel Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbHB. Grabowski Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbHC. Tasan Massachusetts Institute of Technology
9131
Diffusion controlled surface remodeling enables dynamic structural changes via chemical non-equilibrium
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
K. Brubaker Presenter University of CaliforniaA. Esser-Kahn University of CaliforniaM. Kleiman State of Israel - Ministry of agriculture and rural development
9132
Autonomous high temperature self-healing capacity of spark plasma sintered Ti3SiC2
Lecture 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
G. Bei Presenter Delft University of TechnologyA. Farle Delft University of TechnologyT. Osada National Institute for Materials ScienceS. van der Zwaag Delft University of TechnologyW. Sloof Delft University of Technology
9135
Self-Healing of Complex Damage Modes in Model Composites
Lecture 4 Characterisation and modelling
A. Lauer Presenter University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignN. Sottos University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
9137
Full-scale field trials of shape memory polymer and vascular network self-healing systems in concrete structures
Lecture 1 Application of self-healing materials
R. Davies Presenter Cardiff UniversityM. Pilegis Cardiff UniversityO. Teall CostainD. Gardner Cardiff UniversityA. Jefferson Cardiff UniversityR. Lark Cardiff University
9138
Dynamics of Self-healing model Polymers: Influence of Polymer Polarity and Association Strength
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
M. Dorau Universität zu KölnD. Sokolova Universität zu KölnA. Arizaga Presenter Universität zu KölnA. Schmidt Universität zu KölnA. Brás Universität zu Köln
9139
Cyanate Ester-Based Self-Healing of CFRP Laminates
Lecture 1 Application of self-healing materials
A. Burke Presenter University of Massachusetts LowellC. Hansen University of Massachusetts LowellK. Fetfatsidis Aurora Flight Sciences
9140
Effect of Hansen Solubility Parameters in Short Duration Healing Cycle Systems
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
J. Hamilton Presenter UMass LowellC. Hansen UMass Lowell
9141
Mechanical Characterization of a Self-Healing Polymer/Glass Fiber-reinforced Composite Using Diels-Alder Reversible Bonds
Lecture 1 Application of self-healing materials
G. Palmese Drexel UniversityM. Diaz Acevedo Presenter Drexel University
9146
Self-healing vs. hydrophobic bio-modified mortar – pros and cons of both materials concerning mechanical properties
Lecture 4 Characterisation and modelling
C. Große Presenter TU MünchenO. Lieleg TU MünchenF. Malm TU MünchenA. Wenzler TU München
9153
Cementitous composites capable of carbon sequestration and self-healing
Lecture 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
S. Gupta Presenter National University of SingaporeH. Kua National University of SingaporeS. Pang National University of Singapore
9156
Experimental study on the effect of wall-fixed air – water interface on water flow in narrow gaps
Lecture 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
T. Kishi The University of TokyoM. Kayondo Presenter The University of Tokyo
9180
Self-Healing and Microstructure Optimization of Spread Carbon Fiber/Epoxy Laminates
Lecture 1 Application of self-healing materials
Y. Nassho Presenter Toyama Prefectural UniversityK. Sanada Toyama Prefectural University
9387
Self-healing car paints from maize
Lecture 1 Application of self-healing materials
G. Wenz Presenter Universität des SaarlandesC. Becker-Willinger Leibniz-Institute for New MaterialsG. Kali Universität des SaarlandesJ. Brunke Leibniz-Institute for New Materials
9389
Self healing metals or healable metals: Design strategies for damage-resistant alloys with excellent reusability
Lecture 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
C. Tasan MITM. Wang MITJ. Zhang Presenter MIT
9402
Healable Supramolecular Polyurethanes: Towards a Synthetic Human Skin
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
A. Feula University of ReadingX. Tang University of OxfordL. Hart Presenter University of ReadingP. Buckley University of OxfordC. Siviour University of OxfordW. Hayes University of Reading
9405
Self-healing of Cracks in Cementitious Materials Incorporating Superabsorbent Polymers under Wet/dry Cyclic Condition
Lecture 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
S. Choi Presenter Chung-Ang UniversityG. Hong Chung-Ang UniversityY. Shim Chung-Ang UniversityY. Choi Gachon UniversityB. Park Korea Conformity Laboratories
Evaluating the Potential Use of Alginate to Enable Microbial Self-Healing in Concrete
Lecture 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
M. Ksara Drexel UniversityS. Kashani Drexel UniversityE. Mayerberger Drexel UniversityC. Sales Drexel UniversityC. Schauer Drexel University, Department of Materials Science & EngineeringY. Farnam Presenter Drexel University
P 1.01
Influence of nano-CaO in self-healing properties of cement-based mortars
Poster 1 Application of self-healing materials
M. Stefanidou Presenter Aristotle University of ThessalonikiE. Tsardaka Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
P 1.02
Screening of bacteria for a binary concrete crack self-healing system and optimization of spore production and calcium precipitation
Poster 1 Application of self-healing materials
J. Zhang Shenzhen UniversityB. Mai Shenzhen UniversityY. Song Shenzhen UniversityT. Cai Shenzhen UniversityJ. Luo Shenzhen UniversityB. Liu Shenzhen UniversityN. Han Shenzhen UniversityX. Deng Presenter Shenzhen UniversityF. Xing Shenzhen University
P 1.03
Screening of N2-fixing bacteria for self-healing concrete
Poster 1 Application of self-healing materials
J. Zhang Shenzhen UniversityY. Feng Shenzhen UniversityC. Dong Shenzhen UniversityW. Wu Shenzhen UniversityW. Zhang Shenzhen UniversityB. Liu Shenzhen UniversityN. Han Shenzhen UniversityX. Deng Presenter Shenzhen UniversityF. Xing Shenzhen University
P 1.04
Application of bacterial calcium carbonate precipitation in self-healing concrete
Poster 1 Application of self-healing materials
Y. Lee Presenter Korea UniversityH. Kim Korea UniversityW. Park Korea University
P 1.05
Self-healing Random Copolymers Having Dynamic Urea Bond for Artificial Blood Vessels
Poster 1 Application of self-healing materials
J. Park Kyungpook National UniversityI. Cheong Presenter Kyungpook National University
P 1.06
Fabrication of Self-Cleaning Microcapsule Encapsulating Oil using Microfluidcs
Poster 1 Application of self-healing materials
H. Jeon Presenter Pusan National UniversityM. Kim Pusan National UniversityX. Nguyen Pusan National UniversityD. Park Pusan National UniversityJ. Go Pusan National University
P 1.08
Size impact of microcapsules in room temperature, self-healing thermosets
Poster 1 Application of self-healing materials
S. Santos Presenter Drexel UniversityG. Palmese Drexel University
P 1.09
Interlaminar Shear Strength and Self-Healing of Spread Carbon Fiber/Epoxy Laminates Containing Ultrasonicated Graphenes
Poster 1 Application of self-healing materials
K. Sanada Presenter Toyama Prefectural UniversityR. Fujisaki Toyama Prefectural UniversityY. Nassho Toyama Prefectural University
P 1.10
Delamination healing in GFRP interlayers by localized induction heating
Poster 1 Application of self-healing materials
S. Jang Presenter Novel Aerospace Materials Group, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Technical University of DelftW. Post Novel Aerospace Materials Group, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Technical University of DelftS. Zwaag Novel Aerospace Materials Group, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Technical University of DelftS. García Novel Aerospace Materials Group, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Technical University of Delft
P 1.11
Self-healing of melamine-based surfaces?
Poster 1 Application of self-healing materials
K. Urdl Presenter Kompetenzzentrum Holz GmbHU. Müller Kompetenzzentrum Holz GmbHM. Thébault Kompetenzzentrum Holz GmbHE. Zikulnig-Rusch Kompetenzzentrum Holz GmbH
P 1.12
Development of a self-healing powder material as anti-corrosion coating for steel surfaces
Poster 1 Application of self-healing materials
K. Braesch Fraunhofer Institute for Environmental, Safety, and Energy Technology UMSICHTC. Eloo Presenter Fraunhofer Institute for Environmental, Safety, and Energy Technology UMSICHT
P 1.13
Self-healing composite gels made of bisphosphonate-functionalized gelatin and bioactive glass particles for regeneration of osteoporotic bone
Poster 1 Application of self-healing materials
M. Diba Presenter Radboud University Medical CenterW. Camargo Radboud University Medical CenterM. Brindisi Politecnico di MilanoK. Farbod Radboud University Medical CenterS. Schmidt Heinrich-Heine-University DüsseldorfM. Harrington Max Planck Institute for Colloids and InterfacesL. Draghi Politecnico di MilanoA. Boccaccini University of Erlangen-NurembergJ. Jansen Radboud University Medical CenterJ. van den Beucken Radboud University Medical CenterS. Leeuwenburgh Radboud University Medical Center
P 1.14
Microcapsule-type protective coating having low-temperature self-healing capability
Poster 1 Application of self-healing materials
D. Kim Presenter Yonsei UniversityY. Cho Yonsei UniversityC. Chung Yonsei University
P 1.15
Application of Shrinkage-Reducing Admixtures (SRA) for Cracking Control of Box Culvert
Poster 1 Application of self-healing materials
S. Woo Presenter Korea Electric Power Research InstituteI. Chu Korea Electric Power Research Institute
P 2.01
Self-healing behavior of yttrium silicates-based composites with SiC dispersion via high-temperature oxidation
Poster 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
H. Vu Presenter Nagaoka University of TechnologyM. Nanko Nagaoka University of Technology
P 2.02
Self-Healing Bitumen Using Biomimetic Capillaries of Hollow Fibers: Fabrication, Microstructure and Properties
Poster 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
J. Su Presenter Tianjin Polytechnic UniversityX. Zhang Tianjin Polytechnic UniversityS. Han Tianjin Polytechnic UniversityY. Wang Tianjin Polytechnic University
P 2.03
Chloride penetration and carbonation of concrete with superabsorbent polymers
Poster 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
L. De Meyst Presenter Ghent UniversityB. Van Belleghem Ghent UniversityD. Snoeck Ghent UniversityN. De Belie Ghent University
P 2.04
The Self Healing Process of Mechanical-triggerred E-51/PF Microcapsule in Cement Mortar
Poster 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
G. Zhu Presenter Shenzhen UniversityF. Xiao Shenzhen UniversityJ. Tang Shenzhen UniversityN. Han Shenzhen UniversityF. Xing Shenzhen University
P 2.05
Assessing the self-healing capacity of UHPC mixtures through the mechanical tests and a novel self-bonding method
Poster 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
A. Beglarigale Presenter Dokuz Eylül UniversityH. Vahedi Dokuz Eylül UniversityH. Yazıcı Dokuz Eylül University
P 2.07
High-pressure water permeability method to evaluate self-healing
Poster 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
M. Roig-Flores Presenter Universidad Politecnica de ValenciaP. Serna Universidad Politecnica de Valencia
P 2.09
Self-sealing concrete by using water-swelling rubber particles
Poster 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
L. Lu Presenter Delft University of TechnologyE. Schlangen Delft University of Technology
P 2.10
Investigation of microcapsules containing aqueous core embedded in the cementitious matrix
Poster 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
L. Souza Presenter University of CambridgeA. Al-Tabbaa University of Cambridge
P 2.11
Performance of crack self healing cement mortar using modified CaO based expansive admixture with bentonite
Poster 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
J. Park Presenter Korea Institute of Construction Technology
P 2.12
Self-healing capability of UHP-FRCC under freeze/thaw cycles
Poster 2 Hard matter self-healing materials
T. Nishiwaki Presenter Tohoku UniversityS. Osaka National College of SendaiY. Gondai National College of Sendai
P 3.01
Novel Methods and Polymers to Fabricate Extrinsic Self-Healing Polymer Composites
Poster 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
I. Hia Presenter Monash University MalaysiaN. Sharani Monash University MalaysiaE. Chan Monash University MalaysiaP. Pasbakhsh Monash University Malaysia
P 3.02
Mechanical and Thermomechanical Investigation of Intramolecular Cross-linked Thermoplastics
Poster 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
O. Galant Presenter Technion - Israel InstituteF. Wang Technion - Israel InstituteC. Diesendruck Technion - Israel Institute
P 3.03
Mechanochemical Activation of Small Molecules
Poster 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
I. Melnik Presenter Technion - Israel InstituteC. Diesendruck Technion - Israel Institute
P 3.04
From Carbon-Supported Copper Nanomaterials to Self-Healing Nanocomposites
Poster 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
D. Döhler Presenter Martin Luther University Halle-WittenbergS. Rana University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES)A. Shaygan Nia Technical University DresdenW. Binder Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg
P 3.05
Mechanocatalytically active polymer networks for force-induced copper(I)-catalyzed azide/alkyne "click" reactions
Poster 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
S. Funtan Presenter Martin Luther University Halle-WittenbergW. Binder Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg
P 3.06
Encapsulation of self-healing agents via emulsion / solvent evaporation and 3D printing techniques
Poster 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
H. Rupp Presenter Martin Luther University Halle-WittenbergW. Binder Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg
P 3.08
Uncatalyzed Imine Metathesis as a new Pathway for Self-Healing Conjugated Polymers
Poster 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
J. Ahner Presenter Friedrich Schiller University JenaM. Hager Friedrich Schiller University JenaB. Dietzek Friedrich Schiller University JenaM. Micheel Friedrich Schiller University Jena
P 3.09
Poly(dimethylsiloxane)-silica-microcapsules as filler for a prospective self-healing poly(dimethylsiloxane) rubber
Poster 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
L. Barnefske Presenter Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM)S. Beneman Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM)D. Siebler Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM)H. Sturm Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM), Technische Universität Berlin
P 3.10
Mechanochemically active networks for the copper(I)-catalyzed azide/alkyne "click" cycloaddition (CuAAC) reaction
Poster 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
M. Biewend Presenter Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-WittenbergP. Michael Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-WittenbergW. Binder Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg
P 3.11
Effect of the aromatic dianhydride architecture on the healing properties of aliphatic dimer diamine based polyimides
Poster 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
A. Susa Presenter TU DelftJ. Bijleveld TU DelftA. Mordvinkin Martin-Luther-University Halle-WittenbergK. Saalwächter Martin-Luther University Halle-WittenbergS. van der Zwaag TU DelftS. Garcia TU Delft
P 3.12
Thermally Adjustable Hindered Diaminodisulfides As a Dynamic Covalent Linkage toward Long-life Polymers
Poster 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
A. Takahashi Presenter Tokyo Institute of TechnologyR. Goseki Tokyo Institute of TechnologyH. Otsuka Tokyo Institute of Technology
P 3.13
Controlling Supra-Molecular Structures and Thermodynamic Properties of Langmuir-(Blodgett) Films of Amphiphilic Thiazole Dyes as Prerequisites for Self-Healing Photonic Membranes
Poster 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
M. Hupfer Presenter Universität JenaM. Kaufmann Universität JenaF. Herrmann-Westendorf Universität JenaT. Sachse Universität JenaR. Beckert Universität JenaB. Dietzek Universität JenaM. Presselt Universität Jena
P 3.14
Sparkling Water-assisted Self-healing of GlyMA-based Random Copolymer via New Carbonate Covalent Bonding
Poster 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
S. Ju Presenter Kyungpook National UniversityI. Cheong Kyungpook National University
P 3.16
Innovative microbial aerobic metabolism-induced self-healing polymer by applying filamentous fungi
Poster 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
A. Wada Presenter Yokohama National UniversityM. Takeda Yokohama National UniversityW. Nakao Yokohama National University
P 3.17
Intrinsic self-healing polymers with high E-modulus based on dynamic reversible urea bonds
Poster 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
M. Abend Presenter FSU JenaS. Zechel FSU JenaR. Geitner FSU JenaM. Siegmann FSU JenaM. Enke FSU JenaN. Kuhl FSU JenaM. Klein FSU JenaS. Gräfe FSU JenaB. Dietzek FSU JenaM. Schmitt FSU JenaJ. Popp FSU JenaU. Schubert FSU JenaM. Hager FSU Jena
P 3.18
Self-healing concepts of reversible hydrogen bonds in bromobutyl rubber
Poster 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
S. Stein Presenter Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e. V.F. Böhme Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e. V.B. Voit Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e. V.
P 3.20
Dual Crosslinkable Polyisoprene-block-poly(furfuryl methacrylate) (PI-b-PFMA) Block Copolymers: Irreversibe vs. Reversible Crosslinking
Poster 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
R. Deubler Presenter Friedrich-Schiller-Universität JenaF. Schacher Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
P 3.21
Self-recoverable Tetraarylsuccinonitrile Mechanochromophores and its Application for Mechanochromic Segmented Polyurethanes with Repeatable Activation Properties
Poster 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
M. Nukui Presenter Tokyo Institute of TechnologyT. Sumi Tokyo Institute of TechnologyR. Goseki Tokyo Institute of TechnologyH. Otsuka Tokyo Institute of Technology
P 3.23
Spontaneously Restored Electrical Conductivity of Bioactive Gel Comprising Mussel Adhesive Protein-Coated Carbon Nanotubes
Poster 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
Y. Jung Presenter Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST)
P 3.24
Regio- and stereochemical effects in force-accelerated Diels-Alder reactions
Poster 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
G. De Bo Presenter University of Manchester
P 3.25
Investigation of self-healing behaviour of epoxy matrix containing embedded DA adduct system
Poster 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
Ž. Štirn Presenter University of LjubljanaA. Ručigaj University of LjubljanaM. Krajnc University of Ljubljana
P 3.27
Surface Modification of Silica Particles – Reinforcing of Self-Healing Elastomers
Poster 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
A. Sallat Presenter Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e.V.F. Böhme Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e.V.A. Das Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e.V.B. Voit Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e.V.G. Heinrich Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e.V.
P 3.28
Structural Health Monitoring of Interface Self-Healing in Tri-axial Electrospun Fibers/ Glass fiber/ Epoxy composites
Poster 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
J. Seyyed Monfared Zanjani Presenter Sabanci UniversityB. Saner Okan Sabanci UniversityC. Yilmaz Sabanci UniversityY. Menceloglu Sabanci UniversityM. Yildiz Sabanci University
P 3.29
Evaluation of crack width and self-healing performance of a cracked concrete using a permeability test method
Poster 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
D. Lee Presenter Chungnam National UniversityK. Shin Chungnam National UniversityS. Choi Sungkyunkwan UniversityK. Lee Sungkyunkwan University
P 3.30
Mechanically controlled radical polymerization initiated by ultrasound
Lecture 3 Soft matter self-healing materials
H. Mohapatra University of CaliforniaM. Kleiman University of CaliforniaA. Esser-Kahn Presenter University of California
P 4.01
Realistic representation of the microstructure of thermal barrier coatings to enable micromechanical optimisation of their healing capacity
Poster 4 Characterisation and modelling
S. Murali Presenter Delft University of Technology
P 4.02
Finite element analysis of self-healing process in damaged alumina/SiC nanocomposite materials
Poster 4 Characterisation and modelling
M. Nakamura Presenter Yokohama National UniversityT. Osada National Institute of Material ScienceK. Takeo Yokohama National UniversityS. Ozaki Yokohama National University
P 4.03
Numerical analysis on competitive tensile test of self-healing fiber-reinforced ceramics
Poster 4 Characterisation and modelling
K. Takeo Yokohama National UniversityY. Oba Yokohama National UniversityW. Nakao Yokohama National UniversityS. Ozaki Presenter Yokohama National University
P 4.04
Evaluation of the self-repair efficiency of concrete by means of Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy: The concept
Poster 4 Characterisation and modelling
Y. Morozov Presenter University of LisbonF. Montemor University of Lisbon
P 4.05
Competition between damage propagation and recovery in fiber-reinforced self-healing ceramic
Poster 4 Characterisation and modelling
J. Lee Presenter Yokohama National UniversityT. Yanaseko Kogakuin UniversityW. Nakao Yokohama National University
P 4.06
Numerical simulation of the thermal conductivity and mechanical properties of thermal interface materials with micro or macro damages
Poster 4 Characterisation and modelling
N. Zhong Presenter Delft University of TechnologyS. van der Zwaag Delft University of Technology
P 4.07
Modelling and life time prediction of self-healing thermal barrier coatings based on fatigue life methodology
Poster 4 Characterisation and modelling
J. Krishnasamy Presenter Delft University of TechnologyW. Sloof Delft University of TechnologyS. van der Zwaag Delft University of TechnologyS. Turteltaub Delft University of Technology
P 4.08
Heal-on-Command by Magnetic Heating
Poster 4 Characterisation and modelling
A. Shaaban Presenter Universität zu KölnN. Hohlbein Universität zu KölnA. Schmidt Universität zu Köln
P 4.09
Local stress management for fracture path deviation in metal matrix composite
Poster 4 Characterisation and modelling
L. Zhao Presenter Université Catholique de Louvain
P 4.10
New imaging techniques to analyse self-healing coatings
Poster 4 Characterisation and modelling
P. Denissen Presenter Faculty Aerospace Engineering, Delft University of TechnologyR. Bose TU DelftA. Susa TU DelftS. van der Zwaag TU DelftS. Garcia TU Delft