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Polymer Congress 2017

About Conference

The 2nd World Congress on Polymer Science and Engineering is going to be held in Barcelona, Spain during May 8-9, 2017, it is an informative program spanning for two days, organised by Conference Series LLC.

Bringing together pioneers in the field of Polymer science and Engineering, world-class professors, researchers, scientists and students across the world to discuss the latest breakthrough under one roof in one dais providing a platform for enlightenment in this esteemed field. Polymer Congress 2017 is drafted in a way to maximize the dispersal of knowledge regarding diverse and current research that will ensure the provision of the in-depth analysis in that field. The Polymer Science Conference is organized with a theme of “Showcasing Polymer Science and Engineering breakthroughs universally.”

Importance:

A polymer is basically a macromolecule, which is composed of many repetitive subunits. Both synthetic and natural polymers play an essential and irreplaceable role in day to day life. It ranges from familiar synthetic plastics such as polystyrene to natural biopolymers such as DNA and proteins that are fundamental and basic building blocks of life.

Every day, an individual comes into contact with hundreds, if not thousands, of plastics (most plastics are polymers) and polymers. Let us consider a day in the life of a hypothetical teenage boy. He wakes up in the morning, brushes his teeth with a toothbrush, which has bristles made up of nylon, then he opens the shower door—which is most likely to be made of plastic rather than glass or wood —and then he steps into a moulded plastic bathtub. When he gets out of the shower, the towel with which he dries himself contains a polymer like rayon; most probably the tiles on which he stands that contains polymers.

He puts on talcum powder (containing polymeric materials) that comes in polymer containers, and later he combs his hair, with a comb which is made up of a polymer. His clothes are maybe too made up of synthetic materials which are further made of polymers. When he walks into the kitchen for his breakfast, he will almost certainly walk on flooring made of the polymer coating. The chair, on which he sits, the table that he uses, is most like to be made of polymeric material. Rather all the appliances that he sees in the room are made of some kind of polymer or the other, be it a refrigerator or a microwave oven or whatever. Even the cornflakes and milk that he eats came in packaged in polymeric packages.

With the passage of time, the mobile that he uses to contact his friends, the computer where he checks his e-mail, and the stereo where he plays his favorite music, which contain electrical components are housed in a polymer casing. If he goes to the play, the jersey he might be wearing would be most presumably made of Gore-tex, a special kind of fabric that is of very thin layer with billions of tiny pores, so that it allows through water vapor to pass(that is, perspiration) without allowing the passage of liquid water. On the way back, he will ride in a car that contains numerous plastic molds in the steering wheel and dashboard and the seat he sits is also made of polymer cover. Finally, at night, chances are he will sleep in bed sheets and a pillow, containing synthetic polymers.

The use of polymers in day to day life is indispensable. Hence, we can take chances and boldly claim that we live in a plastic world a.k.a a Polymer World.

Since the discovery of fire, and invention of first wheel, mankind had never looked back or ever wished to go back to their prehistoric lifestyle, and this attitudes paves the road to innovation and success. And The 2nd World Congress on Polymer Science and Engineering is just a milestone which broadcasts and amasses the breakthroughs in the polymer world under one roof.

Why attend???

Polymer Congress 2017 is undoubtedly going to be the biggest conference entirely dedicated to Polymer Science and   Engineering   providing   a global premier platform for reporting and learning about the latest breakthroughs and development in the field, along with elaborate discussions on the new applications and technologies, and their feasibility in terms of both technically and economically. Events include presentation on hot topics from all across the world, enlightment on the topic by eminent speakers and congregation of pioneers in the field of Polymer Science, professionals of esteemed industries, scholars and leading working groups and panels.

Tremendous scope to meet your Objective Business sector with personalities from all over the globe concentrated on finding out about the latest advancement of Polymer science and Engineering, creating the possibilities to amass the biggest collection of members from all around the globe, and thus quenching the thirst for knowledge in the field. Conduct shows, disperse data, set up rendezvous with the game changers in the field, meet with scholars and pioneers, rain down the latest product you want to offer, and plus get name acknowledgement at this auspicious occasion as a bonus. Widely acclaimed speakers with their enlightening talks, display of the latest game changing feasible methods, discussions of efficient and effective strategies, and the premiere of latest invention and discoveries in the field Polymer science and Engineering are the resultant of this meeting.

Target Audience:

·                     Polymer Scientists.

·                     Polymer Science Professors.

·                     Polymer Physics Junior/Senior Research Fellows.

·                     Chemical Engineering Researchers

·                     Directors of Polymer Companies.

·                     Polymer and Material Science Engineers.

·                     Polymer science, Material Science Associations and Societies.

 

Tracks/Sessions

Track 1: Polymers at a Glance

Polymers have been all around with us since the embarkment of time; they fashioned the very premise (building blocks) of life i.e., the natural polymers. Plants, animals and each and every category of living organisms from the microscopic to the macroscopical level, are made up of polymers. However, it was not until the middle of the twentieth century that we began to understand the property and nature of the polymers. This understanding concerning the polymeric material world came with the invention, development and synthesis of plastics, which is a huge tribute to man’s innovative power and superiority. As we shall see in the following upcoming conference, the utilisation of this remarkable material which has fostered each and every aspect of our lives. Presently it is even not possible to imagine today’s world with all its luxury and simplicity which has been blessed by none other than the polymeric materials

With the passage of time, we have currently got to study polymers in details that have additionally allowed Polymer Characterization by new and combined techniques, which has further allowed production of Biopolymers, advanced elastomeric materials and supramolecular polymers which have the property of self-assembly. It has conjointly enabled us to proceed with modelling and simulation of polymers. And it has even further enabled its application within the domain of medicinal field, energy application field like sensors.

Related Conferences:

International Conference on Polymer Science and Engineering, October 2-4 2017 Chicago, USA; 13th International Conference on Materials Science and Engineering, November 13-14, 2017 Las Vegas, Nevada, USA; 3rd International Conference on Smart Materials & Structures March 20-22, 2017 Orlando, FL, USA; 2nd Annual Conference on Biomaterials March 27-28, 2017 Madrid, Spain; 36th Australasian Polymer Symposium, Lorne, Australia; Advanced Polymers via Macromolecular Engineering, Ghent, Belgium, May 21-25, 2017.

Related Association:- 

Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Germany; Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden, Germany; Associazione Italiana di Scienza e Technologia delle Macromolecule, Italy; Polymer Processing Society, USA; Polymer IRC Research Laboratory Bradford, UK; The Polymer Society (IOM3), UK; Solvay Polymers and Advanced Materials Laboratory, France; Research Group at IMDEA Materials Institute, Spain; Royal Australian Chemical Institute: Polymer Division, Australia; Spanish Polymer Group, Spain

Track 2: Polymer Chemistry

Polymers belong to the spectrum of materials which is generally of high molecular weight category. In the given track, trial to elucidate the unusual properties of polymers are expressed and Interactive Polymer Assemblies and Surfaces, Synthetic Polymer, Controlled Polymer Synthesis, architectures and mechanism are developed. The thermal property of the majority simple compounds for example ethanol or toluene is analogous to that of water. However, transitions are observed in polymers which are not only complex but also different. Furthermore, a lot of elemental differences are observed between the thermal properties and behaviour of simple molecules and polymers which are the polymer dynamics. Further, vigorous research on the subject of Polymer Chemistry has enabled its application in biology and medicine and hence led to the development of Bio-inspired and Bio-responsive polymers. It has also further allowed the application and synthesis of Advanced Polymers for Energy and Medicine. 

Related Conference:

7th Annual Congress on Materials Research Technology, February 20-21, 2017 Berlin, Germany;2nd Annual Conference on Biomaterials March 27-28, 2017 Madrid, Spain; International Conference on Polymer Science and Engineering, October 2-5 2017 Chicago, USA; 13th International Conference on Materials Science and Engineering, November 13-15, 2017 Atlanta, Georgia, USA;   36th Australasian Polymer Symposium Lorne, Australia; 12 - 16 February 2017; 8th International Conference on Advanced Materials Nanotechnology (AMN8), Queenstown New Zealand; Advanced Polymers via Macromolecular Engineering, Ghent, Belgium, May 21-25, 2017.

Related Associations:-

The Swiss Polymer Group, Switzerland; Plastics EuropeItalian Society for Science and Technology of Macromolecules (AIM), Italy, I. M. Frantsevich Institute for Problems of Materials Sciences, Ukraine; Belgium Polymer Group, Belgium; Institute of Applied Synthetic Chemistry, Austria; The society of Polymer Science, Japan; Royal Society of Chemistry, UK; Society for Biomaterials, USA; The Telford Polymer Association, UK; The Polymer apps @ NTU Greece, Greece.

Track 3: Functional Polymers

Polymers whose characteristics and efficiency are based on a specific functional group may be broadly classified into the group of Functional Polymers. A functional group which is usually specifically and carefully designed is placed at a properly designated position on the polymeric chain. The functional groups may be placed along the polymeric main chain (including chain ends) or may be attached to the main chain directly or via spacer groups. The sole purpose of the inclusion of the functional groups into the backbone of the polymer or along the side chains is to give rise to special polymeric properties. The most recent contribution of Functional polymers in the field of medicine includes the drug which allows controlled drug release, site-directed (targeted) drug delivery and degradable polymer drug. It has also led to the foundation of polymeric articles which are less prone to degradation by the means of environmental effects like stabilisers for example Ultraviolet stabilisers, Anti-oxidants and Flame Retardants.

Related Conferences:

13th International Conference on Materials Science and Engineering, November 13-15, 2017 Las Vegas, Nevada, USA; 7th Annual Congress on Materials Research Technology, February 20-21, 2017 Berlin; 2nd International Conference on Polymer Science and Engineering, October 2-4, 2017 Philadelphia, USA; International Conference on Functional Energy Materials December 07-09, 2017 Atlanta, USA; 18th International Conference on Functional Polymers, Composites, Materials and Applications; Advanced Polymers Macromolecular Engineering, Ghent, Belgium, May 21-25, 2017; Advances In Polymer Science New Generation Technologies, January 8-11, 2017, Kerala, India; 8th International Conference on Advanced Materials Nanotechnology (AMN8) ,Queenstown, New Zealand.

Related Associations:-

Polymer Processing Society, USA; Polymer IRC Research Laboratory Bradford, UK; The Polymer Society (IOM3), UK; Solvay Polymers and Advanced Materials Laboratory, France; Research Group at IMDEA Materials Institute, Spain; Royal Australian Chemical Institute: Polymer Division, Australia; Spanish Polymer Group, Spain; The Swiss Polymer Group, Switzerland; Plastics EuropeItalian Society for Science and Technology of Macromolecules (AIM), Italy

Track 4: Biopolymers & Bio-plastics

Polymers which have been derived from renewable biomass sources, such as vegetable fats and oils, corn and pea starch or macrobiotic components are known as Bioplastics. Bioplastic synthesised from agricultural byproducts and also from used plastic containers and bottles using microorganisms. It may be composed of cellulose, starches, biopolymers, and many other types of materials. Industrial biotechnology is basically based on various renewable raw materials, such as  fatty acids and vegetable oils. Since they are not a matter of environmental concern and poses no threat to the society and can be produced and biodegraded, they can be named as Green Polymers for example Microbial Cellulose and Polyhydroxyalkanoates. The limiting factor is nothing but finding the suitable environment, enzyme systems and the microorganisms which efficiently and effectively transform the raw unusable materials into usable chemical products. The Global Green Chemicals market is predicted to grow at a CAGR of 8.16 percent over the period 2013-2018, the leather chemicals market size in terms of value is predicted to grow at a CAGR of 7.64% between 2014 and 2019 to reach$7,963.65 million by 2019. This shows ensured future which needs to enhance the production and Commercialization of Bio-Polymers in order to cope up with the upcoming future demands.

Related Conferences:

7th Annual Congress on Materials Research Technology, February 20-21, 2017 Berlin; 7th International Conference on Biopolymers and Bio-plastics Octoberber 19-21,2017 San Francisco, USA; 3rd International Conference on Smart Materials & Structures March 20-22, 2017 Orlando, FL, USA; International Conference on Functional Energy Materials December 07-09, 2017 Atlanta, USA; Bio-Based Re-Invention of Plastics May 23-25 ,2017 - New York City Area, USA; 8th International Conference on Advanced Materials Nanotechnology (AMN8) ,Queenstown, New Zealand; 36th Australasian Polymer Symposium;  Lorne, Australia; 12 - 16 February 2017; EPF Lyon 2017, July 2-7, 2017.

Related Association:-

Associazione Italiana di Scienza e Technologia delle Macromolecule, Italy; Polymer Processing Society, USA; Polymer IRC Research Laboratory Bradford, UK; The Polymer Society (IOM3), UK; Solvay Polymers and Advanced Materials Laboratory, France; Research Group at IMDEA Materials Institute, Spain; Royal Australian Chemical Institute: Polymer Division, Australia; Spanish Polymer Group, Spain; The Swiss Polymer Group, Switzerland; Plastics EuropeItalian Society for Science and Technology of Macromolecules (AIM), Italy

Track 5: Smart Polymers

Smart polymers a.k.a the Stimuli-responsive polymers are polymers which are capable of high-performance that can adapt according to the requirement of the environmental conditions or according to the demand subjected on it. A number of factors, such as temperature, ph, humidity,  pH, the intensity of light or wavelength or a magnetic field or an electrical field play a significant role on those materials and can make it respond in various ways, like altering the transparency or color, by changing shape (shape memory polymers) or becoming permeable to water or conductive polymer. This creates a great scope of interest in research regarding its tunability and synthesis.  Smart polymers have highly specialised applications and look alike to day to day products. They are widely used for the production of hydrogelsbiodegradable packaging and widely in the field of biomedical engineering. Let us consider the example of a polymer that undergoes the conformational changes in response to acidity or alkalinity change, which can be extensively used for drug delivery systems.

Related Conference:

International Conference on Polymer Science and Engineering ,October 2-4 2017 Chicago, USA; 3rd International Conference on Smart Materials Structures, March 20-22, 2017 Orlando, FL, USA; 7th International Conference on Biopolymers and Bio-plastics October 19-21,2017 San Francisco, USA; 7th Annual Congress on Materials Research Technology, February 20-21, 2017 Berlin, Germany; Advances In Polymer Science And New Generation Technologies, January 8-11, 2017, Kerala, India; 36th Australasian Polymer Symposium, Lorne, Australia; 12 - 16 February 2017; EPF Lyon 2017, July 2-7, 2017.

Related Associations:-

Institute of Applied Synthetic Chemistry, Austria; The society of Polymer Science, Japan; Royal Society of Chemistry, UK; Society for Biomaterials, USA; The Telford Polymer Association, UK; The Polymer apps @ NTU Greece, Greece; The Polymer Society (IOM3), UK; Solvay Polymers and Advanced Materials Laboratory, France; Research Group at IMDEA Materials Institute, Spain; Royal Australian Chemical Institute: Polymer Division, Australia

Track 6:  Polymer Nano-Technology

Polymer nanotechnology is the study involving polymer nanocomposites (PNC) consists of a polymer or copolymer having Nanofillers or nanoparticles which are dispersed within the matrix of the polymer. These particles can be of a different shape (e.g. spheroids, platelets, fibres,), but at least one dimension must be in the range of 1–50 nm. These PNC's belong to the category of multi-phase systems (MPS, viz. foams, blends, and composites) that consume nearly 95% of plastics production. These systems require controlled compounding/ mixing, stabilisation of the dispersion achieved the orientation of the dispersed phase, and the compounding process and methods for all MPS, including PNC, are similar. With the advancement of science, it has led to the invention of Bio-Hybrid polymer nanofibers and has further allowed its application in tissue engineering and immobilisation processes. And the evolution of new techniques including Nanofibers by Electrospinning and Nanotubes by wetting.

Related Conferences:

2nd Annual Conference and Expo on Biomaterials March 27-28, 2017 Madrid, Spain;     International Conference on Polymer Science and Engineering, October 2-4 2017 Chicago, USA; 7th International Conference on Biopolymers and Bio-plastics October 19-21,2017 San Francisco, USA; 7th Annual Congress on Materials Research Technology February 20-21, 2017 Berlin, Germany; 14th Global Experts Meeting on Nanomaterials  Nanotechnology, March 30- 31, 2017 Madrid, Spain; 5th International Conference on Hybrid Nanomaterials, March 06 – 10, 2017, Lisbon, Portugal; Advanced Polymers Macromolecular Engineering, Ghent, Belgium, May 21-25, 2017.

Related Societies:

The Polymer Society (IOM3), UK; Solvay Polymers and Advanced Materials Laboratory, France; Research Group at IMDEA Materials Institute, Spain; Royal Australian Chemical Institute: Polymer Division, Australia; Spanish Polymer Group, Spain; The Swiss Polymer Group, Switzerland; Plastics EuropeItalian Society for Science and Technology of Macromolecules (AIM), Italy; I. M. Frantsevich Institute for Problems of Materials Sciences, Ukraine; Belgium Polymer Group, Belgium; Institute of Applied Synthetic Chemistry, Austria

Track 7: Forensic Polymer Engineering

The study of failure in polymeric products is known as Forensic Polymer Engineering. The following track involves the study of fracture on the plastic products or revealing of a probable reason why  products fail in service or are deemed inappropriate as per the specification it was created for. It also involves the various procedures of analysis of the failure of the product. Some of the causes namely include exposure to ozone and UV causing UV degradation and Ozone degradation respectively, exposure to chlorine results in chlorine-induced cracking and hydrolysis caused by excess exposure to water.  Many of the analytical methods used for polymer identification may be used in investigations, the exact set being determined by the property of the polymer in question, be it elastomericthermoplasticthermoset or composite in nature.

Related Conferences:

International Conference on Polymer Science and Engineering October 2-4 2017 Chicago, USA; 3rd International Conference on Smart Materials & Structures March 20-22, 2017 Orlando, FL, USA; 13th International Conference on Materials Science and Engineering, November 13-15, 2017 Las Vegas, Nevada, USA; 2nd Annual Conference and Expo on Biomaterials March 27-28, 2017 Madrid, Spain; Annual Meeting on Forensic Chemistry, May 1-3, 2017 Barcelona, Spain; 12-16 February 2017, 36th Australasian Polymer Symposium, Lorne,12-16 February 2017Australia; Advanced Polymers Macromolecular Engineering, Ghent, Belgium, May 21-25, 2017; EPF Lyon 2017, July 2-7, 2017.

Related Association:

I. M. Frantsevich Institute for Problems of Materials Sciences, Ukraine; Belgium Polymer Group, Belgium; Institute of Applied Synthetic Chemistry, Austria; The society of Polymer Science, Japan; Royal Society of Chemistry, UK; Society for Biomaterials, USA; The Telford Polymer Association, UK; The Polymer apps @ NTU Greece, Greece;; Polymer IRC Research Laboratory Bradford, UK; The Polymer Society (IOM3), UK

Track 8: Polymer Additives and Re-Enforcements

Structural modification of polymers often leads to their modification of property tremendously, very few polymers in their chemically pure form is used technically speaking; it is very much essential to upgrade their behaviour by the adding additives. Additives are generally used to impart stability against the degradative effects of various kinds of ageing processes and enhance product performance and quality. Thus many commercial polymers must incorporate thermal stabilisers, light stabilisers, antioxidants, Anti-static agents, UV stabilisers and flame retardants. In addition to these additives that basically influence the interaction of polymers with the environment chemically, other additives like alloys and blends are usually employed to reduce costs, or modify the processing, physical, mechanical behaviour of a polymer and improve aesthetic qualities. These additives are generally used in relatively minute quantity; however, re-enforcement and fillers composites are employed in large quantities to reduce overall formulation costs keeping into concern that this does not result in a significant or undesirable reduction in product performance or quality. In this track, we primarily discuss the modifying of the performance of polymers by the use of additives and reinforcements.

Related Conferences:

2nd Annual Conference and Expo on Biomaterials March 27-28, 2017 Madrid, Spain; 13th International Conference on Materials Science and Engineering, November 13-15, 2017 Las Vegas, Nevada, USA; 7th Annual Congress on Materials Research Technology, February 20-21, 2017 Berlin, Germany; 3rd International Conference and Exhibition on Biopolymers and Bioplastics, October 19-21, 2017, San Francisco, USA; Advances In Polymer Science New Generation Technologies, January 8-11, 2017, Kerala, India; 36th Australasian Polymer Symposium Lorne, Australia 12 - 16 February 2017; Advanced Polymers Macromolecular Engineering, Ghent, Belgium, May 21-25, 2017; EPF Lyon 2017, July 2-7, 2017.

Related Associations:-

Solvay Polymers and Advanced Materials Laboratory, France; Research Group at IMDEA Materials Institute, Spain; Royal Australian Chemical Institute: Polymer Division, Australia; Spanish Polymer Group, Spain; The Swiss Polymer Group, Switzerland; Plastics EuropeItalian Society for Science and Technology of Macromolecules (AIM), Italy; I. M. Frantsevich Institute for Problems of Materials Sciences, Ukraine; Belgium Polymer Group, Belgium

Track 9: Engineering Polymers, Production and Commercialization

Engineering polymers are the group of high-performance polymers that are extensively used in engineering applications because of their commendable balance of properties for example Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene (ABS)Polyacetal (Polyoxymethylene — POM), Polyimides and Polysulfones are to name Fluoropolymers and Ionomers to name among a few. They normally have a premium price due to their comparatively low volume of production and are replacing traditional outdated materials in the majority of engineering applications. Engineering polymers are toughened materials with high thermal stability, excellent chemical resistance, a strong, stiff and with good capability to withstand weathering process. They have comparatively high tensile, flexural, and impact strengths which are capable of operating at a wide range of temperature. The engineered plastics derive their notable properties mainly from their strong intermolecular forces inherently present in them. The superior properties of engineering polymers can be further enhanced by the addition of various types of reinforcing materials, by blending and alloy formation, and by chemical modification methods such as cross-linking. The field of engineering polymers helps us foster the latest technical and economically feasible methods for the future and scope it will allow us to cherish.

Related Conferences:

3rd International Conference on Smart Materials & Structures March 20-22, 2017 Orlando, FL, USA; International Conference on Polymer Science and Engineering, October 2-4 2017 Chicago, USA; 13th International Conference on Materials Science and Engineering, November 13-15, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA ; 7th Annual Congress on Materials Research Technology, February 20-21, 2017 Berlin, Germany; 2nd European Organic Chemistry Congress, March 2-3, 2017 Amsterdam, Netherlands; Fifth International Symposium 17-19 May 2017, Seville, Spain; 5th International Conference on Hybrid Nanomaterials, March 06 – 10, 2017, Lisbon, Portugal ; Frontiers in Polymer Science Advanced Polymers via Macromolecular Engineering, Ghent, Belgium - May 21-25, 2017.

Related Associations:-

Research Group at IMDEA Materials Institute, Spain; Royal Australian Chemical Institute: Polymer Division, Australia; Spanish Polymer Group, Spain; The Swiss Polymer Group, Switzerland; Plastics EuropeItalian Society for Science and Technology of Macromolecules (AIM), Italy; I. M. Frantsevich Institute for Problems of Materials Sciences, Ukraine; Belgium Polymer Group, Belgium; Institute of Applied Synthetic Chemistry, Austria; The society of Polymer Science, Japan; Royal Society of Chemistry, UK

Track 10:  Polymer Physics

Polymer physics deals with various aspects of polymers such as mechanical properties, their fluctuations, as well as their kinetics of reactions involving polymerization of monomers and polymers and degradation respectively. Even though it focuses from the standpoint of soft and condensed matter physics, polymer physics is originally a branch of statistical physics. Polymer physics and chemistry are also closely related to the field of polymer science, where it is considered as the complementary applicative part. It also deals with the morphology and characterization of the conductive polymers. As polymers are large molecules, hence they are very complicated for solving using a deterministic method. Statistical approaches can be effectively used to obtain suitable results since large polymers (i.e., polymers having a large number of monomers) which are perceptible efficiently in the thermodynamic limit of infinitely many monomers (whose actual size is obviously finite), which is a part of Polymer Thermodynamics.

Related Conferences:

10th International Conference of Advanced Materials and Processing, August 16-17, 2017, Edinburg, UK;13th International Conference on Materials Science and Engineering, November 13-15, 2017 Las Vegas, Nevada, USA; 7th Annual Congress on Materials Research Technology, February 20-21, 2017 Berlin, Germany; 12-16 February 2017, 36th Australasian Polymer Symposium, Lorne, Australia, 12-16 February 2017; Advanced Polymers Macromolecular Engineering, Ghent, Belgium, May 21-25, 2017.

Related Associations:-  

Spanish Polymer Group, Spain; The Swiss Polymer Group, Switzerland; Plastics EuropeItalian Society for Science and Technology of Macromolecules (AIM), Italy; Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Germany; Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden, Germany; Associazione Italiana di Scienza e Technologia delle Macromolecule, Italy; Polymer Processing Society, USA; Polymer IRC Research Laboratory Bradford, UK

Track 11: Polymer Pollution and Waste Management

The accumulation of plastic and polymeric products in the environment that adversely affects the environment, wildlifehabitatbiodiversity and humans are causative effects of Polymer Pollution. Polymers and plastics which act as pollutants are followingly categorised into micro debris and macro debris, based on their size. The prominent reason for plastic pollution can be correlated with plastics being inexpensive and durable, which further aids to high levels of plastics used. Moreover, it degrades at a very slow pace. The effects on humans are also very lethal due to plastic pollution, such as through the disruption of the sex hormone levels or thyroid hormone axis. Few of the reduction efforts have been initiated in some of the areas in attempts to reduce plastic pollution and consumption and promote to the polymer and plastic recycling. The aim of this track is to point out to a matter of grave concern about the future and scope of reduction of polymer pollution and their waste management.

Related Conferences:

7th Annual Congress on Materials Research Technology, February 20-21, 2017 Berlin, Germany;  2nd International Conference on Pollution Control & Sustainable Environment, March 13-14, 2017 London, UK; 10th International Conference of Advanced Materials and Processing, August 16-17, 2017, Edinburg, UK; 6th International Conference on Biodiversity Conservation, April 27-28, 2017 Dubai, UAE; Waste Expo, May 8-11, 2017 New Orleans, LA, USA.

Related Associations:-

Royal Australian Chemical Institute: Polymer Division, Australia; Spanish Polymer Group, Spain; The Swiss Polymer Group, Switzerland; Plastics EuropeItalian Society for Science and Technology of Macromolecules (AIM), Italy; I. M. Frantsevich Institute for Problems of Materials Sciences, Ukraine; Belgium Polymer Group, Belgium; Institute of Applied Synthetic Chemistry, Austria; The society of Polymer Science, Japan; Royal Society of Chemistry, UK

Track 12: Application of Polymers

The majority of the products we enjoy every day are obtained from polymers even though we may not appreciate this agreeably. There are the contributions of polymers in the way we live, work, and play, and the evidence can be found all around us. There are no vehicles that we ride in, no room in the house, no sports activity in we participate in that does not use polymeric products, and the list of polymer products is virtually endless. In fact, the products are so diversified, so prominent, and so much ingrained into our lifestyles that we have taken them for granted. Currently more than about 40 families of polymers, many of whose usefulness still go neglected because of their diversification. Consumers may be familiar with polymers in the form of appliance parts, toys, knobs, handles, housewares, polymeric packageselectrical fixtures, toothbrushes, cups and lids. Polymers are true man-made materials and pay the ultimate tribute to man’s creativity and finesse. Now it is possible to create various polymers with almost any quality that we desire in the end product — some imitating existing conventional materials but with much greater economic feasibility, some portraying significant property improvements over existing day to day materials, and some that can be referred as unique prime materials with characteristics never seen or known before.

Related Conferences:

13th International Conference on Materials Science and Engineering, November 13-15, 2017 Las Vegas, Nevada, USA; 7th Annual Congress on Materials Research Technology, February 20-21, 2017 Berlin, Germany; 3rd International Conference on Smart Materials & Structures, March 20-22, 2017 Orlando, FL, USA; 10th International Conference of Advanced Materials and Processing, August 16-17, 2017, Edinburg, UK;  Advanced Polymers via Macromolecular Engineering, Ghent, Belgium, May 21-25, 2017; Advances In Polymer Science New Generation Technologies, January 8-11, 2017, Kerala, India; 36th Australasian Polymer Symposium, Lorne, Australia 12 - 16 February 2017.

Related Associations:- 

Plastics EuropeItalian Society for Science and Technology of Macromolecules (AIM), Italy; I. M. Frantsevich Institute for Problems of Materials Sciences, Ukraine; Belgium Polymer Group, Belgium; Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Germany; Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden, Germany; Associazione Italiana di Scienza e Technologia delle Macromolecule, Italy; Polymer Processing Society, USA

 

 

Market Analysis

Polymer Science and Engineering

(Theme: "Showcasing Polymer Science and Engineering breakthroughs universally")

Summary:

Polymer Science and Engineering is the study of all of the polymeric materials we see around us every day and improvising their properties so as to make them more functional and efficient in all aspects. Polymer Science and Engineering forms a bridges the sciences and engineering. Most of the products we enjoy every day are derived from polymers even though we may not readily appreciate this. Polymers have contribution in  the way we live, work, and play. The evidence is all around us. There is no vehicle that we ride in, no room in our house, no sports activity in which we participate in that does not use polymers products; the list of polymer products is almost endless. In fact, the products are so diverse, so prevalent, and so ingrained in our lifestyles that we take them for granted. There are currently more than 40 families of polymers, many of whose uses still go unrecognized because of their diversity. Most of the consumers may be familiar with polymers in the form of toys, appliance parts, knobs, handles, housewares, electrical fixtures, toothbrushes, cups, lids, and packages. But few are aware of the fact. Polymer Science and Engineering develop new materials for new applications, improve existing materials to give improved performance and look at ways in which different materials can be used together.

Operating Committee invites all the participants across the globe to attend the 2nd World Congress on Polymer Science and Engineering on May 8-9, 2017, Barcelona, Spain.  Polymer Congress-2017 covers a broad range of topics to discuss on this international platform by conducting keynote lectures, plenary speeches, workshops and poster presentations. Polymer Congress-2017 is designed to explore the implications of Polymer Science and Engineering.

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Importance & Scope:

Polymer Congress is designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address recent breakthroughs and new strategies for development of new polymeric materials according to global requirements with an objective to install a rendezvous between industries and academic organizations and knowledge transfer from research to industry. Polymer Congress-2017 covers the areas of Polymer Fundamentals, Polymer Chemistry, Functional Polymers, Green Polymers: Biopolymers & Bio-plastics, Smart Polymers, Polymer Nano-Technology, Forensic Polymer Engineering, Polymer Additives and Re-Enforcements, Engineering Polymers, Production and Commercialization, Polymer Physics, Polymer Pollution and Waste Management, Applications of Polymers in innumerous fields.

Why Barcelona?

As per as the latest ICCA (International Congress and Convention Association) ranking, the Catalan capital ranks fifth globally in terms of the number of conventions and congresses it hosts annually, it is favourite among many major multinationals, who choose the city for their product showcasing  and professional events.

The climate in this Mediterranean city, its coastline, its wide variety of options for culture, leisure and shopping, its creative, and its avant-garde spirit give Barcelona a special lifestyle that makes it unique.

Barcelona has leaped from 22nd to 7th spot in the list of 468 European cities with the best economic opportunities; it is ranks the 19th & 10th most competitive city in the world and Europe respectively. Barcelona is just not a city, its brand on its own league by being the 6th among the most recognized city worldwide and placing 10th in the global rankings in terms of receiving new business investments. It also proves its mettle in field of scientific research by reserving the 11th & 5th spot in terms of scientific production globally and home continent basis.

Barcelona has an old heritage in business tourism. Its exotic cultural offering, along with a bunch of other attraction such as connectivity and aesthetics, makes the city a unique destination for business as well as for recreation.

Why to attend???

Polymer Congress 2017 is undoubtedly going to be the biggest conference entirely dedicated to Polymer Science and   Engineering   providing   a global premier platform for reporting and learning about the latest breakthroughs and development in the field, along with elaborate discussions on the new applications and technologies, and their feasibility in terms of both technically and economically. Events include presentation on hot topics from all across the world, enlightment on the topic by eminent speakers and congregation of pioneers in the field of Polymer Science, professionals of esteemed industries, scholars and leading working groups and panels.

Tremendous scope to meet your Objective Business sector with personalities from all over the globe concentrated on finding out about the latest advancement of Polymer science and Engineering, creating the possibilities to amass biggest collection of members from all around the globe, and thus quenching the thirst for knowledge in the field. Conduct shows, disperse data, set up rendezvous with the game changers in the field, meet with scholars and pioneers, rain down the latest product you want to offer, and  plus get name acknowledgment at this auspicious occasion as a bonus. Widely acclaimed speakers with their enlightening talks, display of the latest game changing feasible methods, discussions of efficient and effective strategies, and the premier of latest invention and discoveries in the field Polymer science and Engineering are the resultant of this meeting.

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Past Conference Report

Polymer Science 2016

The International Conference on Polymer Science & Engineering, hosted by the Conference Series LLC was held during August 22-24, 2016 in New Orleans, USA with the theme “Revealing the advances and innovations in the field of Polymer science and Engineering". Benevolent response and active participation was received from the scientists, engineers, researchers, students and leaders from the fields of Polymer Science, who made this event successful.

The meeting was carried out through various sessions, in which the discussions were held on the following major scientific tracks:

                        ·         Frontiers in Polymers Science

·         Polymer Material science and Engineering

·         Polymer Nanotechnology

·         Biodegradable Polymers

·         Polymers meet biology and Bio systems

·         Advanced polymer Structures

·         Composite Polymeric Materials

·         Polymer Physics

·         Applications of Polymers

The conference was initiated with a series of lectures delivered by both Honorable Guests and members of the Keynote forum. The list included:

·         Mosongo Moukwa, PolyOne Designed Structures and Solutions LLC, USA

·         Hongkee Sah, Ewha Womans University, Korea

·         Hiroshi Jinnai, Tohoku University, Japan

·         Nurettin Sahiner, Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey

·         Nariyoshi Kawabata, University of Shiga Prefecture, Japan

Conference Series LLC offers its heartfelt appreciation to Organizing Committee Members, adepts of field, various outside experts, company representatives and other eminent personalities who supported the conference by facilitating the discussion forums. Conference Series LLC also took privilege to felicitate the Organizing Committee Members who supported this event.

Thanks to all of our wonderful speakers and conference attendees. Polymer Science 2016 Conference was our best ever!

With the grand success of Polymer Science-2016, Conference Series LLC is proud to announce the “3rd International Conference on Polymer Science and Engineering” to be held during October 2-4, 2017 in Chicago, USA.


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