Taming Liquid Crystalline Elastomers
Department of Compex Matter F7, IJS & Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge
Phase transitions in Liquid Crystal elastomers can trigger large spontaneous deformations. As this can be done locally and by various external stimuli, exploiting such controlled shape change can be a desirable function in designing micro as well as macroscopic devices.
In this seminar I will try to convince you that to fully realize the potential of Liquid Crystal elastomers, we should strive to control the nematic director orientation. I will discuss how this can be achieved on different scales.
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