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Book Chapters

A. M. Coclite, Chapter 14: “CVD Polymer Surfaces for Biotechnology and Biomedicine” of the Book: “CVD Polymers: Fabrication of Organic Surfaces and Devices”, Editor Karen K. Gleason, Publisher Wiley, 2015, 301-322 

A. M. Coclite, Chapter 8: “Functional and responsive CVD polymer films and multilayers for optical applications” in the Book: “Organic & Hybrid Photonic Crystals”, Editor Davide Comoretto, Publisher Springer, 2015, pages 167-186



A. M. Coclite (Guest Editor): “A Special Section on Nanostructured Functional Polymers”, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Letters, 2015, 20, 7.

M. Creatore, A. M. Coclite (Guest Editor), O. Keisuke, K.K. Lau“Preface-8th International Conference on Hot-Wire CVD (Cat-CVD) Processes (HWCVD 8)”, Thin Solid Films, 2015, 595, 215.

R. Schropp, A. M. Coclite (Guest Editor), K. Ohdaira, K.K. Lau “Preface”, Thin Solid Films, 2017, 635, 1-2


A.M. Coclite, K. K. Gleason“Coating substrate comprises e.g. introducing gaseous initiator and gaseous monomer with different flow rates into partially evacuated vessel, to form first mixture, and introducing energy into the mixture to deposit first layer on substrate”, Patent Number(s): WO2013025480-A1, Patent Assignee: MASSACHUSETTS INST TECHNOLOGY

A.M. Coclite, Y.J. Shi, K. K. Gleason“Composition comprises substrate and coating material, where the coating material comprises a polymer, where the polymer comprises pendant perfluorinated alkyl moieties”, Patent Number(s): WO2013158224-A1, Patent Assignee: MASSACHUSETTS INST TECHNOLOGY

A.M. Coclite, C. K. Colton, A. R.Diienno, K. K. Gleason“Article used to differentiate e.g. human embryonic stem cells into beta cells, has oxygen permeable substrate having a surface coated with synthetic, crosslinked matrix, where matrix surface is covalently bound to biological molecules” Patent Number(s): WO2014201431-A1 Patent Assignee: MASSACHUSETTS INST TECHNOLOGY

J. Thery, D. Boutry, P. Capron, F. Palumbo, A.M. Coclite, R. d’Agostino“Depositing a proton conductive membrane on the surface of a substrate involves depositing on the surface of the substrate a layer of polymer material by hot wire chemical vapor deposition, and hydrolysis of the layer of polymer” Patent Number(s): WO2014111743-A1, Patent Assignee: UNIV BARI ALDO MORO