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Richard Chartoff

Research Professor of Chemistry, University of Oregon

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Nanolaminates and Transparent Electronics, Safer Nanomaterials and Nanomanufacturing

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Dr. Chartoff has numerous publications and patents and has served as principal investigator on numerous major research projects. He has been recognized as a research fellow by the Royal Norwegian Council for Scientific and Industrial Research and has been elected as a Fellow of the North American Thermal Analysis Society (NATAS). His activities in technical societies include service on the executive board of NATAS and the Dayton Section of the American Chemical Society as well as President of the Miami Valley Section of the Society of Plastics Engineers and the executive board of the SPE Plastics Analysis Division. “Thermoplastics” in the 2nd Edition of the definitive text ‘Thermal Characterization of Polymeric Materials,’ Edith Turi, ed., published by Academic Press. He also authored the chapter on dynamic Mechanical Analysis in the recent text on ‘Thermal Analysis of Polymers: Fundamentals and Applications’ published in 2009 by Wiley. Dr. Chartoff was also founder of the University of Dayton Rapid Prototype Development Laboratory, which has engaged in various R&D programs associated with futuristic methods for materials processing in automated layered manufacturing systems. UD is a major University contributor to R&D programs in this area of materials processing technology. The program at UD in this area is internationally recognized. Dr. Chartoff has served as a consultant to numerous industries in the US and Europe including EOS GmBH for the analysis and characterization of polymer powders the company uses in their EO-Sint prototyping machines. His current research deals with inkjet printing of advanced polymer nanocomposites for both optical and structural applications.

Dr. Chartoff has numerous publications and patents and has served as principal investigator on numerous major research projects. He has been recognized as a research fellow by the Royal Norwegian Council for Scientific and Industrial Research and has been elected as a Fellow of the North American Thermal Analysis Society (NATAS). His activities in technical societies include service on the executive board of NATAS and the Dayton Section of the American Chemical Society as well as President of the Miami Valley Section of the Society of Plastics Engineers and the executive board of the SPE Plastics Analysis Division.

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