7th International Meeting on Search for ElectroActive Materials
Brooklyn, New York City
Saturday, December 1nd, 2001

The SEAM 2001 annual meeting contains lectures from fundamental aspects of conjugated polymers, to detailed advances with polymeric light emitting-diodes and to recent developments in with medical applications. And as before, no time schedule but a day with presentations, interruptions, discussions, arguments and a dinner.


"Factors Determining Small Bandgap in Conjugated Polymers"
Miklos Kertesz, Georgetown University

"Multiple Component Chromophores for PLEDs"
Frank E. Karasz, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

"Effect Of Morphology And Micro-Structure On The Optical And Electronic Properties Of Conjugated Polymeric Fibers And Films"
Richard Gregory, Clemson University

"Led Lighting Systems--Ushering a New Era in Illumination"
Makarand Chipalkatti, Sylvania Corp.

"Electro-active Polymers in Medicine and Energy Conversion"
Gary Wnek, VCU

"Electrical Properties of Block Copolymers "
Luping Yu, Univ. of Chicago

Applications and Explorations of Inherently Conductive Polymers:

Organized and Sponsored by:
Professor Kalle Levon
Director of Herman F. Mark Polymer Research Institute
Polytechnic University
Six Metrotech Center
Brooklyn, New York
Tel: 718 260 3339 , Fax: 718 260 3125
email: klevon@poly.edu
URL: http://chem.poly.edu/pri/seam.cfm

Design made by Vishwan Aranha.