Centers and Institutes

The Center for Polymer Science and Engineering

The interdisciplinary Center for Polymer Science and Engineering is composed of three major research areas: polymer colloids, polymer interfaces, and polymer materials.

The Emulsion Polymer Institute

The Emulsion Polymers Institute was formed at Lehigh University in 1975 to carry out interdisciplinary research designed to gain fundamental information on - and understanding of - the preparation, characterization, properties, and applications of latexes: A latex is defined as a colloidal dispersion of submicroscopic polymer particles in a continuous medium, sometimes being referred to as emulsion polymers or polymer colloids.

The Center of Process Modeling and Control

The mission of the Center of Process Modeling and Control is to collaborate with industrial partners for their benefit through the application and advancement of research in the areas of model development, dynamical systems analysis and control, design, synthesis, and development of a broad range of manufacturing process systems.

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