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01. INSTM
02. IMP
03. CNRS-POLYMER GROUP
04. IPF
05. DKI-BAM
06. CRNCPM
07. CSIC
08. INASMET
09. UU
10. BRUNEL
11. SHU
12. NTUA
13. FORTH
14. UMINHO
15. ULUND
16. SICOMP
17. CRP
18. EPFL
19. TECHNION
20. TUL
21. RCNP
22. NIC
23. TUBITAK-MRC
24. INTEMA
25. POLY
26. EHU
27. RETE VENTURES
28. BUCT
29. PTUS

 
NTUA
Greece
Satellite Partner

Partner Identity
Legal Name of host Institution:
National Technical University of Athens
Name of Dept./Lab involved in NoE:
Department of Physics, Dielectrics Laboratory
Host Institution Internet Address:
www.ntua.grr
Responsible Scientist:
Prof. Polycarpos Pissis email
Active in WP#:
WP4-11, 13
# of Participating Scientists:
5

Material relevant to the Institute
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General Research Activities of the Dept./Lab
  • Structure-property relationships in polymers, biopolymers and composites.
  • nanostructured polymer-based materials, e.g., polymeric nanocomposites, hybrid rigid/flexible networks and molecular composites
  • local dynamics and charge transport
  • thermal transitions
  • mechanical and thermomechanical properties and performance
  • polymer-water interactions
  • intense educational and training work including the participation in the department's pre- and post-graduate curriculum and the training of foreign young scientists visiting the lab for a longer period (2-6 months) within individual fellowship programmes (INTAS, NATO, greek national programmes, ERASMUS,SOCRATES, 2-4 scientists and 5-7 under- and post-graduate students every year.

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Contribution to NoE (Analytical description)

1. WP 4, 8 Polymer Chemistry
Control of the dispresion of nanoparticls in the polymer matrix by dielectric spectroscopy (DS) in our laboratory and rheological measurments in another laboratory we have access to. Investigation of the resulting final morphology and dynamics by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), DS, dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA) and thermally stimulated depolarisatin currents (TSDC) techniques.

2. WP 5, 9 Polymer processing
- Dielectric spectroscopy in real time during processing of polymer nanocomposites
- Preparation, structure and physical properties of polymer-based nanocomposites (layered silicate/polymer, silica/polymer, carbon/polymer, CNT/polymer nanocomposites; thermal, mechaniocal, dielectric, electrical, water sorption/diffusion, barrier properties).

3. WP 6, 10 Nanostructure-property relationships
- Formation-structure-properties relations in nanostructured crosslinked polymers: preparation of rigid networks (polycyanurate networks) modified with flexible crosslinks (polytetramethylene glycol, polypropylene glycol, polybutylene adipate) and of nanocomposites based upon them, static and dynamic structure characterisation on nanoscale, physical properties
- swelling transitions, phase transitions and responsive polymer-based systems: hydrogels on the basis of poly(hydroxyethyl acrylate) and a second hydrophobic component (blends, copolymers, interpenetrating polymer networks), porous hydrogels, modification of hydrogels with nanoparticles, investigation of the organisation of static and dynamic structure and phase transformations in responsive gels.

4. WP 7, 11 Applications
- responsive polymer materials with magnetic, (opto)electronic and biocompatible properties: preparation of hydrogels, modification with nanoparticles, characterisation of structure, dynamic properties and phase transition of polymer gels
- functional systems with membrane and barrier properties: functional systems on the basis of high performance and engineering polymers (polyimide, polystyrene, poly(phenylene oxide) modified with a second component at the nanoscale (clays, silica nanoparticles, fullerenes), characterisation of nanostructure and dynamics, investigation of barrier properties.

5. WP 13 Education and training
- extensive training periods for young scientists and exchange students for collaborating laboratories.


Dedicated Staff

1. Polycarpos Pissis email
2. Apostolos Kyritsis email
3. Vassileios Peoglos email
4. Anna Spanoudaki email
5. Sotiria Kripotou email
6. Panagiotis Maroulas email
7. Konstantinos Raftopoulosemail
8. Emmanuel Logkakis email
9. Christos Pandis email
10. Andreas Stathopoulos email

List of relevant publications

  1. V. A. Bershtein, L. M. Egorova, P. N. Yakushev, O. Meszaros, P. Sysel, L. David, E. Duval. A. Kanapitsas and P. Pissis, Nanostructure and molecular dynamics in rod-like polyimide / flexible-chain polyimide molecular composites, J. Macromol. Sci.- Phys. B41, 419 – 450 (2002)
  2. Ye. P. Mamunya, V. V. Davydenko, P. Pissis, E. V. Lebedev, Electrical and thermal conductivity of polymers filled with metal powders, Eur. Polym. J. 38, 1887 – 1897 (2002)
  3. V. A. Bershtein, L. David, L. M. Egorova, A. Kanapitsas, O. Meszaros, P. Pissis, P. Sysel, P. N. Yakushev, Structure-property relationships in polyimide molecular composites, Mat. Res. Innovat. 5, 230 –237 (2002)
  4. P. Pissis, G. Georgoussis, V. A. Bershtein, E. Neagu, A. M. Fainleib, Dielectric studies in homogeneous and heterogeneous polyurethane / polycyanurate interpenetrating polymer networks,J. Non-Cryst. Solids 305, 150 – 158 (2002)
  5. A. Kanapitsas, P. Pissis, R. Kotsilkova, Dielectric studies of molecular mobility and phase morphology in polymer – layered silicate nanocomposites, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 305, 204 – 211 (2002)
  6. A. Fainleib, N. Kozak, O. Grigoryeva, Yu. Gritsenko, P. Pissis, G. Boiteux, Structure – thermal property relationships for polycyanurate – polyurethane linked interpenetrating polymer networks, Polymer Degradation and Stability 76, 393 – 399 (2002)
  7. V. A. Bershtein, L. M. Egorova, P. N. Yakushev, P. Pissis, P. Sysel, L. Brozova, Molecular dynamics in nanostructured polyimide-silica hybrid materials and their thermal stability, J. Polym. Sci. Part B Polym. Phys. 40, 1056 – 1069 (2002)
  8. C. Chaibundit, W. Mingvanish, C. Booth, S.-M. Mai, S. C. Turner, J. P. A. Fairclough, A. J. Ryan, P. Pissis, The effect of architecture on the crystal morphology of block copolymers. Small-angle X-ray scattering and differential scanning calorimetry, Macromolecules 35, 4838 – 4840 (2002)
  9. P. Pissis, A. Kanapitsas, G. Georgoussis, V.A. Bershtein, P. Sysel, Dielectric studies of phase morphology and molecular mobility in novel nanocomposites based on polyimide, Advanced Composites Letters 11, 49 – 58 (2002)
  10. H. Valentova, J. Nedbal, M. Ilavsky, P. Pissis, Dynamic mechanical and water sorption behaviour of ordered polyurethanes, J. Non – Cryst. Solids 307, 304 – 310 (2002)
  11. V.A. Bershtein, V.M. Egorov, L.M. Egorova, P.N. Yakushev, L. David, P. Sysel, V. Sindelar, P. Pissis, Poly(imide-amide) – poly(ethylene adipate) hybrid networks. I. Nanostructure and segmental dynamics, Polymer 43, 6943 – 6953 (2002)
  12. A. Kanapitsas, P. Pissis, C.G. Delides, P. Sysel, V. Sindelar, V.A. Bershtein, Poly(imide-amide) – poly(ethylene adipate) hybrid networks. II. Dielectric studies, Polymer 43, 6955 – 6963 (2002)
  13. S. Kripotou, P. Pissis, V.A. Bershtein, P. Sysel, R. Hobzova, Dielectric studies of molecular mobility in hybrid polyimide-poly(dimethylsiloxane) networks, Polymer 44, 2781 – 2791 (2003)
  14. A.G. Charnetskaya, G. Polizos, V.I. Shtompel, E.G. Privalko, Yu.Yu. Kercha, P. Pissis, Phase morphology and molecular dynamics of a polyurethane ionomer reinforced with a liquid crystalline filler, Eur. Polym. J. 39, 2167 – 2174 (2003)
  15. N. Nikonorova, T. Borisova, E. Barmatov, P. Pissis, R. Diaz-Calleja, Dielectric relaxation and thermally stimulated discharge currents in liquid-crystalline side-chain polymethacrylates with phenylbenzoate mesogens having tail groups of different length, Macromolecules 36, 5784 – 5791 (2003)
  16. V. Yu. Kramarenko, T. A. Shantalii, I. L. Karpova, K. S. Dragan, E. G. Privalko, V. P. Privalko, D. Frgiadakis, P. Pissis, Polyimides reinforced with the sol-gel derived organosilicon nanophase as low dielectric permittivity materials, Polym. Adv. Technol. 15, 144 – 148 (2004)
  17. Y. Mamunya, A. Kanapitsas, P. Pissis, G. Boiteux, E. Lebedev, Water sorption and electrical/dielectric properties of organic-inorganic polymer blends, Macromol. Symp. 198, 449 – 459 (2003)
  18. H. Zois, A. Kanapitsas, P. Pissis, L. Apekis, E. Lebedev, Ye. P. Mamunya, Dielectric properties and molecular mobility of organic/inorganic polymer composites, Macromol. Symp. 205, 263 – 272 (2004)

List of infrastructure/ facilities of host Institution

  1. Broadband Dielectric Spectroscopy (DS)
    Novocontrol Alpha dielectric analyser (10-6 -106Hz)
    HP 4291A HF impedance/material analyser (106 -1.8 109Hz)
    HP 4192A LF impedance analyser (5-1.3 107Hz)
    Schlumberger SI 1260 impedance-gain phase analyser (10-3 -106Hz)
    GR 1621 precision capacitance bridge (10-105Hz)
    HP 4284A precision LCR meter (20-106Hz)
  2. Thermally Stimulated Depolarisation Currents (TSDC) and isothermal charging-discharging current measurements
    Keithley 617 programmable electrometer
  3. Temperature control equipment for DRS and TSDC set-ups
    Quatro cryosystem
    Espec SU-240 temperature chamber
    Ando T0-19 thermostatic oven
  4. Equilibrium and dynamic water sorption measurements IGAsorb analyser
    high accuracy balances (10micrograms)
  5. Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC)
    Perkin Elmer Pyris 6
  6. Standard mechanical tetsing in tension and compression (Instron 1121 tester) at various crosshead speeds and head sensitivities, including impact tests
  7. Non contact deformation measurement with a Model Laser extensometer
  8. Dynamic mechanical spectroscopy (DMA)
  9. Thermal expansion coefficient apparatus (TMA)
  10. UV accelarating aging system (SUNTEST)
  11. Raman spectroscopy

 

 
Partner Identity
Material relevant to the Institute
General Research Activities of the Dept./Lab
Research Activities relevant to NoE
Contribution to NoE (Analytical description)
Dedicated Staff
List of relevant publications
List of infrastructure/ facilities of host Institution

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