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Dr. SONG Jing

Scientist II

Staff

Polymer Composite (PMC) Department

63194897

songj@imre.a-star.edu.sg

2 Fusionopolis Way. Innovis, #08-03, Singapore 138634


Research Details


Stimulus responsive polymers for biomedical applications.
Biomedical device design and applications
Functional surface
Surface functionalization, patterning and characterization
Drug delivery application
Smart Nanostructured Systems for Controlled Delivery of Molecular Payloads
A Novel Bio-Absorbable Button-Hole Access Device to Preserve Vascular Access and Reduce Cost for Hemodialysis
Rigid organic-inorganic framework based hybrid materials
  • 2010-now, Scientist, IMRE, Singapore
  • 2008-2010, Postdoc, University of Twente, the Netherlands
  • 2007, PhD. (Material Science), University of Twente, the Netherlands


 

1.       Song, J.; Ye, Q.; Lee, W. T.; Wang, X. B.; He, T.; Shah, K W.; Xu, J. W.Perfluoropolyether/poly(ethylene glycol) triblock copolymers with controllable self-assembly behavior for highly efficient anti-bacterial materials” RSC Adv., 5, 64170, (2015)

2.       Song, J.; Hempenius, M. A.; Chung H. J.; Vancso, G. J. “Writing Nanopatterns with Electrochemical Oxidation on Redox Responsive Organometallic Multilayers by AFM” Nanoscale, 7, 9970, (2015)

3.       Jańczewski, D.; Song, J.; Vancso, G.J. “Colloidal Water Soluble Probes Constructed with Quantum Dots and Amphiphilic Poly(ferrocenylsilane) for Smart Redox Sensing” Eur. Poly. J. 54, 87, (2014)

4.       Song, J. Jańczewski,D.; Guo, Y.Y.; Xu, J.W.; Vancso, G.J. Redox Responsive Nanotubes from Organometallic Polymers by Template Assisted Layer by Layer Fabrication Nanoscale, 5, 11692, (2013).

5.       Song,J.; Jańczewski, D.; Ma, Y.J.; Hempenius, M.A.; Xu, J.W.; Vancso, G.J. Disassembly of Redox Responsive Poly(ferrocenylsilane) Multilayers: The Effect of Blocking Layers, Supporting Electrolyte and Polyion Molar Mass. J. Coll. Int. Sci. 405, 256, (2013)

6.       Song, J.; Jańczewski, D.; Ma, Y.J.; Van Ingen, L.; Sim, C.E.; Goh, Q.L.; Xu, J.W.; Vancso, G.J. Electrochemically Controlled Release of Molecular Guests From Redox Responsive Polymeric Multilayers and Devices. Eur. Polym. J. 49, 2477, (2013).

7.       Song, J.; Jańczewski, D.; Ma, Y.J.; Hempenius, M.A.; Xu, J.W.; Vancso, G.J. Redox-Controlled Release of Molecular Payloads From Multilayered Organometallic Polyelectrolyte Films. J. Mater. Chem. B, 1, 828, (2013).

8.       Song, J.; Tranchida, D.; Vancso, G. J. “Contact Mechanics of UV/ozone Treated PDMS by AFM and ATD Techniques: Mechanical Performance from Nano to Micrometer Length Scales” Macromolecules 41, 6757, (2008).

9.       Song, J.; Vancso, G. J. “Effects of Flame Treatment on the Interfacial Energy of Polyethylene Assessed by Contact Mechanics” Langmuir 24, 4845, (2008).

10.   Song, J.; Gunst, U.; Arlinghaus, H. F.; Vancso, G. J. “Flame Treatment of Low Density Polyethylene: Surface Chemistry Across the Length Scales” Applied Surface Science, 253, 9489, (2007).

11.   Tocha, E.A.; Song, J.; Schönherr, H.; Vancso, G.J. “Calibration of Friction Force Signals in Atomic Force Microscopy in Liquid Media” Langmuir,23, 7078, (2007).

12.   Song, J.; Duval, J. F. L.; Cohen-Stuart, M. A. C.; Hillborg, H.; Gunst, U.; Arlinghaus, H. F.; Vancso, G. J. “Surface Ionization State and Nanoscale Chemical Composition of UV Irradiated Poly(dimethylsiloxane) Probed by Chemical Force Microscopy, Force Titration, and Electrokinetic Measurements” Langmuir 23, 5430, (2007).

 



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