Enabling Carbon Nanotube Applications through Better Measurements and Standards

Kalman Migler

Kalman Migler

Group Leader, Materials Science and Engineering Division

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Dr. Kalman Migler is the Leader of the Complex Fluids Group of the Polymers Division of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). He became a Group Leader following eight years as a Physicist in the Polymer Blends and Processing Group. Before joining NIST, he was a postdoctoral research fellow at Exxon’s Corporate Research Laboratory and at the Collège de France. He earned his Ph.D. in Physics from Brandeis University.

The Complex Fluids Group advances the usage and understanding of complex fluids (such as nanotube suspensions, polymers and polyelectrolytes) through the use and development of new measurement techniques. My current research focuses on the measurement of fluidic properties at ultra-small volumes. Over the past 15 years, I have developed new methods to elucidate important phenomena in polymeric materials including slippage, the sharkskin defect, new structures in confined blends, coating processes in fluoropolymers and the coupling of shear and electrical conductivity in nanotube composites.

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