Dr. Meghan E. Lamm is an R&D Associate Staff Member in the Manufacturing Science Division of Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). She received her B.A. in Chemistry from Illinois Wesleyan University in 2015 and PhD in Organic Chemistry from the University of South Carolina in 2019. Her doctoral research focused on macromolecular engineering of biomass polymers and their applications in stimuli-responsive materials. Dr. Lamm joined ORNL in January 2020. Her current research interests include development of novel polymeric materials for a range of applications including composite materials, biopolymers, polymer upcycling, and stimuli-responsive materials. Dr. Lamm has authored more than 25 peer-review publications, 7 patent applications, and has been an active speaker with more than 35 presentations.
Trademarks and Patents
Aytug, T. Li, K. Lamm, M. E. Hun, D. Biswas, K. Coated hollow and evacuated insulation spheres (ceis), U.S. Patent App No. 17/384,317.
Aytug, T. Li, K. Lamm, M. E. Hun, D. Biswas, K. Fluid storage media and method of delivering a fluid, U.S. Patent App No. 17/509,869.
Li, K. Tekinalp, H. Lamm, M. E. Ozcan, S. Aqueous Phase Surface Modification of Cellulose Nanofibrils through Imine Formation and Their Applications in Thermoplastic Biocomposites, US Patent App No. 63/340,531.
Copenhaver, K. Tekinalp, H. Lamm, M. Hubbard, A. Facile Adsorption of Cellulose Nanofibrils (CNF) on Natural Fiber Surfaces for Applications in Hybrid Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Composites. US Patent App No. 63/465,331
Lamm, M. Aytug, T. Li, K. Copenhaver, K. Industrially Processable Thermoset Foam Insulation Dough. US Patent App No. 63/524,969
Lamm, M. Aytug, T. Li, K. Shrestha, S. Hun, D. Insulation Foam Enabled by Synergistic Foaming Strategies. US Patent App No. 63/524,969