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Date:12/19/2011

noff companies. Advanced Hydro, uses bio-inspired water filtration membrane coatings which have proven to significantly extend the life of traditional membrane-based filtration systems.

PolymerPlus, LLC is using CLiPS-developed processing to make highly sophisticated lenses, which contain a gradient index of refraction. These lenses have improved optical performance, lower weight, and are used in advanced optical devices.

In achieving the funding renewal, CLiPS is well positioned to make its mark on the future and direction of polymer research. "I am looking forward to further developing the legacy of CLiPS over the next five years," Baer said.

Three associate directors assist Baer in his leadership responsibilities by overseeing external affairs, education and diversity, and research. Respectively, they are Kenneth Singer, the Ambrose Swasey Professor of Physics, David Schiraldi, professor and chairman of Macromolecular Sciences and Engineering, and Lei Zhu, associate professor of Macromolecular Science and Engineering.

CLiPS focuses on four research thrust areas, all based on the unique polymer forced-assembly process. Leading these areas, from Case Western Reserve, are Joo Maia, Kenneth Singer, and LaShanda Korley who oversee rheology and new processing, optic and electronic systems, and science and technology innovations, respectively. Benny Freeman, from the University of Texas, oversees membranes and transport phenomena.


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Contact: Kevin Mayhood
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Case Western Reserve University
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