REFEREED JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

italicized names indicate mentored student, * indicates corresponding author

17. Engineering surface hydrophilicity via chain-end segregation in coatings formed by photopolymerization

C.R. Szczepanski*, J.M. Torkelson. ACS Applied polymer materials (2019).

DOI: 10.1021/acsapm.9b00753

16. DESIGNING NANOPOROUS MEMBRANES THROUGH TEMPLATELESS ELECTROPOLYMERIZATION OF THIENO[3,4-B]THIENOPHENE DERIVATIVES WITH A HIGH WATER CONTENT.

E. YADE THIAM, A. DRAME, S. SOW, A. SENE, S.Y. DIENG, C.R. Szczepanski, F. Guittard, T. DARMANIN. ACS OMEGA (2019).

DOI: 10.1021/ACSOMEGA.9B00969

15. Micro and nanoscopic observations of sexual dimorphisms in Mecynorhina Polyphemus ssp. Confluens (Kraatz, 1890) (Coleoptera, Cetoniidae, Goliathini) and consequences for surface wettability.

G. Godeau, F. Orange, R.P. Godeau, B. Alexandre, c. candet, t. darmanin,C.R. Szczepanski, F. Guittard, o. motreuil. Anthropod structure and development (2019).

DOI: 10.1016/J.ASD.2019.01.007

14. Variations in surface structures and wettability in the genus Pachnoda Burmeister

G. Godeau, F. Orange, R.P. Godeau, C.R. Szczepanski, F. Guittard, T. Darmanin. Bioinspired, Biomimietic and Nanobiomaterials (2019).

DOI: 10.1680/jbibn.18.00017

13. Rapid, Template‐Less Patterning of Polymeric Interfaces for Controlled Wettability via in Situ Heterogeneous Photopolymerization

C.R. SZCZEPANSKI*, t. darmanin, g. godeau, f. guittard. Macromolecular chemistry and physics (2018).

DOI: 10.1002/macp.20180090

12. Variation of Goliathus orientalis (Moser, 1909) Elytra Nano-structurations and Their Impact on Wettability

G. Godeau, R.P. Godeau, f. orange, c.r. szczepanski, F. Guittard & T. Darmanin. biomimetics (2018); 6 (3).

DOI: 10.3390/biomimetics3020006

11. Nano-fold decorated surfaces from the electrodeposition of di-alkyl cyclopentadithiophenes

C.R. Szczepanski, G. Godeau, T. Darmanin & F. Guittard. Polymers for Advanced TechnologieS (2018); 29: 1170-1181.

DOI: 10.1002/pat.4228

10. Recent Advances in the Study and Design of Parahydrophobic Surfaces: From Natural Examples to Synthetic Approaches

c.r. Szczepanski, t. Darmanin & F. Guittard. Advances in Colloid and Interface Science (2017); 241: 37-61.

doi: 10.1016/j.cis.2017.01.002

9. A template-free approach to nanotube-decorated polymer surfaces using 3,4-phenylenedioxythiophene (PhEDOT) monomers

C.R. Szczepanski, I. M’Jid, T. Darmanin, G. Godeau & F. Guittard. Journal of Materials Chemistry A (2016); 4: 17308-17323.

doi: 10.1039/C6TA07639D

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8. Spontaneous, Phase-Separation Induced Surface Roughness: A Novel Method to Design Parahydrophobic Polymer Coatings with Rose petal-like morphology

C.R. Szczepanski, T. Darmanin & F. Guittard. ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES (2016); 8: 3063-3071.

doi: 10.1021/acsami.5b10222

7. Nanoparticle covered surfaces: An efficient way to enhance superhydrophobic properties

G. Godeau, C.R. Szczepanski, T. Darmanin & F. Guittard. Materials & Design (2016); 92: 911-918.

doi: 10.1016/j.matdes.2015.12.102

6. Using poly(3, 4-propylenedioxythiophene) containing a carbamate linker as a platform to develop electrodeposited surfaces with tunable wettability and adhesion

C.R. Szczepanski, T. Darmanin & F. Guittard. RSC Advances (2015); 5: 89407-89414.

doi: 10.1039/C5RA17952A

5. Modification of linear prepolymers to tailor heterogeneous network formation through photo-initiated polymerization-induced phase separation

c.r. Szczepanski & J.W. Stansbury. Polymer (2015); 70: 8-18.

doi: 10.1016/j.polymer.2015.06.002

4. Accessing photo-based morphological control in phase-separated, cross-linked networks through delayed gelation

C.R. Szczepanski & J.W. Stansbury. European Polymer Journal (2015); 67:314-325

doi: 10.1016/j.europolymj.2015.04.006

3. Stress reduction in phase-separated, cross-linked networks: influence of phase structure and kinetics of reaction

C.R. SzczepanskI & J.W. Stansbury. Journal of Applied Polymer Science (2014); 131:40879.

doi: 10.1002/app.40879

2. Tailoring heterogeneous polymer networks through polymerization-induced phase separation: influence of composition and processing conditions on reaction kinetics and optical properties

C.S. Pfeifer, Z.R. Shelton, C.R. Szczepanski, M.D. Barros, N.D. Wilson & J.W. Stansbury. Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry (2014); 52:1796-1806.

doi: 10.1002/pola.27185

1. A new approach to network heterogeneity: Polymerization Induced Phase Separation in photo-initiated, free-radical methacrylic systems

C.R. Szczepanski, C.S. PfeifeR & J.W. Stansbury. Polymer (2012); 53(21): 4694-4701.

doi: 10.1016/j.polymer.2012.08.010