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Employment History

CSIRO


CSIRO ICT Centre


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genetech.csiro.au

Dr Voytek Gutowski: developing multifunctional polymer surfaces and interphases
Dr Voytek Gutowski is known nationally and internationally for his work in developing and commercialising multifunctional surfaces and interphases for bonding and electrostatic coating of polymers, composites, wood and bio-based materials.


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Dr Voytek Gutowski: developing multifunctional polymer surfaces and interphases.
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Dr Voytek Gutowski: developing multifunctional polymer surfaces and interphases.


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Dr Voytek Gutowski
CSIRO Manufacturing and Materials Technology Tel: 1300 363 400 International: +61 3 9545 2176


www.plantengineer.org.uk

All solvents in the process become airborne, while 2.5 million litres of solids go to landfill. 'The problem the team had to solve was that most powder-coating particles only stick to surfaces that conduct electricity, and some of the plastics used to make certain automotive components are not conductive,' explains Dr Voytek Gutowski of CSIRO. 'We overcame this by coating the plastic components with a nanometre-thin layer of specially developed multifunctional molecules.'


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