Tülay Yılmaz İnan is the new guest of the Nano Open Webinars

Organized by Sabancı University Nanotechnology Research and Application Center (SUNUM), the Nano Open Webinars continue with a webinar entitled “UV-curable polymeric materials" that will be delivered by Tülay Yılmaz İnan (Researcher at SUNUM) at 11:00 on Wednesday, May 11, 2022.

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The petroleum-based products and the resulting negative impact on the environment, plus the scarcity of nonrenewable resources, are just a few of many factors that have encouraged the scientific community to find more sustainable and environmentally responsible solutions for these problems. Radiation curable applications have been recognized as an innovative and sustainable technology since this technique combines number of advantages such as low energy consumption, less environmental pollution, and very rapid curing even at ambient temperatures.

Dr. Tülay İnan will talk about UV-curable polymeric materials applications mainly on coatings and intraocular lens applications - cataract lens (IOL) produced using this method.

The Nano Open Webinar will take place at 11:00-12:00 on Wednesday, May 11 on Zoom. The online event link will be shared via e-mail on the day of the event. The registration link is; otolab.sabanciuniv.edu

About Tülay Yılmaz İnan

Tülay Yılmaz İnan, worked as a senior scientist at Saudi Aramco. She has 26 years of R&D experience, mainly in synthesis and characterizations of different types of polymers, high-performance polymers, UV-curable polymers, water-based polymers, coatings, fuel cell membranes, value-added products from natural resources (humic acid, terpenes, zeolite, and bentonite), polymeric composites, etc. She has 41 international publications, 7 patents, and over 60 national and international symposium posters or oral presentations. Inan holds a Ph.D. in chemical engineering from Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey and an associate prof. degree in polymer chemistry.

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