Tuesday, 9 October 2018

ASIAN POLYMER 2019

About Conference


Conference Series LLC Announces Open Registration for Unique Conference Designed for 10th Asia Pacific Congress on Polymer Science and Engineering to be held in January 28-29, 2019 Seoul, South Korea with the theme of “Polymer technology in societal challenges”

ASIAN POLYMER 2019 Will Convene Business Leaders, Professors, Policymakers and Investors to Discuss Key Issues Facing the Polymer science Industry Today

The conference will host more than 30 distinguished panelists and speakers, including business leaders, inventors, investors, Academicians and policymakers. Keynote speakers & Poster presentations. We are very excited about the level of enthusiasm we have received from speakers, sponsors and attendees for this unique conference we look forward to bringing together the Experts in polymers research industry today.”

Polymer science is a branch of materials science concerned with polymers, primarily synthetic polymers such as elastomers and plastics. The field of polymer science includes researchers in various disciplines including physics, chemistry and engineering.

Polymers are all over the place. Simply glance around. Your plastic water bottle. The silicone elastic tips on your telephone's ear buds. The nylon and polyester in your coat or tennis shoes. The elastic in the tires on the family auto. Presently investigate the mirror. Numerous proteins in your body are polymers, as well. Think about keratin (KAIR-uh-tin), the stuff your hair and nails are produced using. Indeed, even the DNA in your cells is a polymer.

By definition, polymers are huge particles made by holding (synthetically connecting) a progression of building squares. The word polymer originates from the Greek words for "some parts." Each of those parts is researchers call a monomer (which in Greek signifies "one section"). Think about a polymer as a chain, with every one of its connections a monomer. Those monomers can be straightforward — only a molecule or a few — or they may be convoluted ring-molded structures containing at least twelve atoms.

Panel topics include:

Sessions/ Tracks
Session: 1

  • Polymer Materials Science and Engineering
  • Functional polymeric materials
  • Electrochemistry and electrochemical technology
  • Transport in materials
  • Vibrational spectroscopy
  • Micro- and nano-phase separation
  • Membrane separations
  • Materials chemistry
  • Fuel cells
  • Water treatment membranes
  • Surface properties of polymers
  • Electrochemical reactors
Session: 2

  • Polymer/Inorganic Nano composite materials
  • Polymers at surfaces, interfaces, and confinements; structure and dynamics of Nano-confined polymers
  • Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) studies of polymer surfaces
  • Smart/Responsive polymers and soft-condensed matter systems
  • Polymer Nano composites for structural, barrier, packaging, fire resistance, and biomedical applications
  • Smart polymers for microfluidics, smart-surfaces, biomedical, biological, and for bio detection and toxic removal
  • Molecular modeling for technologies related to lubrication, advanced polymer electrolytes, and fuel cells
  • Advanced packaging, defense-related composites, fuel cell membranes
Session: 3

  • Vibrational spectroscopy – mainly FTIR
  • Hydrogen bonding and the phase behavior of polymer blends and solutions.
  • Coal structure, solubility and swelling.
  • The application of ionic liquids to the processing of fossil fuels
  • Vibrational Spectroscopy of Polymers
  • Phase Behavior of Polymer Blends
  • Coal Structure
  • Processing Fossil Fuels using Ionic Liquids
  • Broadband dielectric spectroscopy; polymer dynamics
  • Ion-containing polymers: electrolytes, ionomers
  • Segmented polyurethane and polyurea block copolymers
  • Hydrogen bonded polymer blends and solutions
  • Polymers with intrinsic microporosity
  • Crystalline polymers, from renewable resources
  • Nanoscale structure and morphology
 

Session: 4

  • Broadband dielectric spectroscopy; polymer dynamics
  • Ion-containing polymers: electrolytes, ionomers
  • Segmented polyurethane and polyurea block copolymers
  • Hydrogen bonded polymer blends and solutions
  • Polymers with intrinsic microporosity
  • Crystalline polymers, from renewable resources
  • Nanoscale structure and morphology
Session: 5

  • Polymers in energy applications
  • Polyurethanes and polyureas
  • Li ion battery electrolytes
  • Ionomers
  • Polymers of intrinsic microporosity
  • Blood-contacting polymers in biomedical devices
  • Polymer blends/alloys
  • High performance polymers
Session: 6

  • Functional polymers
  • Semiconducting polymers
  • Metal-containing polymers
  • Nanocomposites
  • Dielectric polymers
  • Organic thin films
  • Self-assembly
  • Molecular recognition
  • Supramolecular chemistry
  • Micro/nano-patterning
  • Optoelectronics
  • Molecular electronics
  • Sensors
Session: 7

  • Improvement of polymer-based processes
  • Human pathology associated with a number of diseases
  • Behavior of materials under conditions of extreme temperature and pressure
  • Fusion of materials and computational sciences
  • Materials theory, modeling and computer simulation
  • Emulsions
  • Latexes and suspensions
  • Environmentally-friendly polymeric surfactants
  • Targeting and releasing drugs