We're overwhelmed to welcome all the eminent scientists, eloquent academicians, young researchers, business delegates and momentous students for our 3rd International Conference and Exhibition on Polymer Chemistry and Materials Engineering on November 21-22, 2019 at Singapore
Polymers chemistry is a booming research area in provoking the young talents in research fields and cutting edges for tremendous innovations.
Polymer chemistry covers the depths of science in macro and micro level thus helps us to learn about the synthesis, characterization, properties and various advantages of polymer, includes branches which mimics the physical(property determination), chemical (organic and inorganic nature of bonds), biological (proteins, polysaccharides), analytical (qualitative and quantitative analysis) features of the chemistry.
Polymer Nanotechnology, bio-medical polymers, bio-plastics, bio-catalysis in polymer chemistry, functional polymers, macromolecular structures, polymerizations, synthetic polymers, solid waste management of polymers, polymeric material sciences, therapeutic polymer, and its applications are the salient concepts to be delivered in the conference.
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About the Conference
3rd International Conference and Exhibition on Polymer Chemistry andMaterial Engineering are scheduled on November 21-22, 2019at Singapore is pleased to welcome you all to carve out yourinnovative ideas, thoughts and your research work on all branches ofscience touching the corners of polymer chemistry and materials science.
This conference is designed for the professionals at all levels, EminentScientists/ Research Professors in the field of polymer chemistry,Junior/Senior research fellows, Students, Directors of polymer researchcompanies, Chemical Engineers, Members of physics and Chemistry associations, Seniorexecutives, Sales and marketing personnel, Strategic planners, who willbenefit from a broad overview of the polymer industry.
Polymer chemist study the vivid natureof polymers, a dense complex structure that are build up monomers to create abundant of useful materials withunique characteristics by manipulating the molecular structureof monomer, applying various chemical and physical processingtechniques. Polymers permeate every aspect of life and difficult for thecurrent status of the world without synthetic and natural polymers. Right from furniture, electronics, communication, packaging, energyand health-care, transportation, sports, and leisure, ineverything from tractors and detergents to fabrics to aircraft.
A polymer can be an end product or act as an ingredient thatforms another product. All this possible, because of itsglorious properties of lightweight, hard, strong, and flexible, and mayhave special thermal, electrical, or optical characteristics. Because of theirlow cost, adaptability, and high specificity.
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- Eminent personalities interested in science
- Head of Departments in all branches of Chemistry
- Doctoral and Post-doctoral in Chemistry
- Scientists in all fields of science
- CEO's and industrial leaders
- Directors/Managers of companies
- Professors, Associate, and Assistant professors
- Research Scholars and academic students from the related fields
- Other experts in Polymer Chemistry
Polymer chemistry is a multidisciplinary science that deals with the chemical synthesis and properties of polymers. Polymer chemistry can also be included in the broader fields of nanotechnology, biotechnology, physics, material sciences and can be subdivided into biopolymers and synthetic polymers according to their origin. Polymer chemistry is highly practical and used in many industries such as Adhesives, Agriculture, Alternative Energy, Biotechnology, Chemicals, Coatings, Medicine, Green polymer chemistry, Nanotechnology, Oil & Gas, Rubber, Synthetic Fibres.
3rd International Conference and Exhibition on Polymer Chemistry and Materials Engineering comprise of the following sessions with 20 tracks and -- sub-sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current technologies, scopes, and advantages, of Polymer Chemistry.
- Introduction to polymer science and technology
- Basic principles of polymer molecular weights.
- Polymer structure and sub-atomic action
- Polymerization catalysis
- Functions and properties
- Applications of polymers
- Synthesis and processing techniques
Session on: Polymer Chemistry
Polymer chemistry is the sub-unit of chemistry which helps with the complete study of the polymer, its attributes, and properties by synthesis, characterization techniques. A polymer is a macromolecule formed by tiny units of monomer. The principal method in polymer chemistry is related to the other divisions of chemistry like organic chemistry, analytical, physical chemistry. every matter on earth poses, polymeric structures from ceramics to DNA. Polymer chemistry can be vastly studied further by nanotechnology, thus paves the way for major research ideas and innovations. Synthetic polymers like rubbers and plastics are used in our daily life, and natural polymers like biomolecules in which are human body functions.
- Polymers and their properties
- Classification of the polymers
- Techniques for synthesis
- Inorganic polymer chemistry
- Biopolymer chemistry
- Physical polymer chemistry
- Polymer Analytical chemistry
Session on: Polymer synthesis and polymerization
Polymerization is the formation of a three-dimensional network, by the polymeric chain reaction of monomers. There are many process and methods involved in polymerization. The reaction mechanism of functional groups in the chemical component, inherit the properties and functionality by polymerization. Formation of different polymeric chains, when bonded covalently to monomers, gives a long polymeric chain and has different properties and structures.
- Physical polymer engineering
- Synthesis of polymers new structures and methods
- Cationic polymer synthesis
- Plasma polymerization
- Ring-opening polymerization
- Reversible addition-fragmentation chain transfer
Session on: Polymer design and reaction
The polymerization reaction is necessary for all our bodily activities from metabolism to growth. Also, polymer reactions help benefit high performance in the manufacturing and engineering sectors from home appliances to automobiles. For this understanding of polymerization, their flexibility, functions and reactions, control rate of polymeric reaction are needed. Polymerization reactions proceed with additional monomeric units or by linking the segments, and condensation reaction with the emission of water and other by-products. Polymers are viscous, hence at the lower temperature, in the absence of the solvent, the viscosity of the mixture lowers the heat transfer and the polymer becomes crystalline, hence to overcome the shortcomings the reaction is carried out in a low viscous continuous phase.
- Characterizing particle size and shape
- Barbier reaction of polymer synthesis
- Tools to design multifunctional polymer
- Designing polymerization reaction systems
- Reaction system design
- Polymerization reactor operating procedure
- Polymerization design and reactor
Session on: Stereo-chemistry of polymers
Stereochemistry is a subdiscipline of chemistry studies the structure of molecules and their spatial arrangement of atoms. The study focuses on stereoisomers, i.e. which have the same molecular formula and continuous linkage of bonded atoms. The prefix stereo means “three-dimensional”. Stereochemistry plays a major role in the spectrum, supramolecular, organic, inorganic, physical and biological chemistry. The biological and physical property they hold has a greater effect and impact on the reactivity of the molecules.
- The significance of stereochemistry in polymers
- Alkane stereochemistry
- Solid-state chemistry
- Types and attributes of stereochemistry
- Stereochemistry polymers
Session on: Bio-degradable Polymers
Few Polymers after use tend to degrade by bacterial decomposition and result in a natural by-product such as gas, water, biomass, and inorganic salts. They are natural and can be made synthetically. they consist of ester, amide and ether and other functional groups. Artificially synthesized polymers by condensation reactions, and metal catalysts. Food packaging can be done in an alternative way which is environment-friendly, non-toxic and low cost. They have distinct uses and hence abides in all the fields from agriculture to engineering. They take a major place in drug delivery and nanomedicine. The pill en-capsules inside the polymer coated shield and sent inside the body. As the polymer emits the medicine, the polymer naturally degrades into natural by-product and it is excreted.
- Structure and properties of degradable polymers
- Mechanism of breakdown
- Applications and uses of biodegradable polymers
- Future concerns and potential problems
- Green Chemistry challenge
- Degradable polymers in medicine.
Session on: Biopolymers, Bioplastics, and Biomaterials
Polymeric biomolecules are produced by the living organism. Bio-polymers is made up of monomeric units that are covalently bonded to form larger structures. The polynucleotide is long polymeric chains of 13 nucleotide monomers. Polypeptides are short polymers of amino acids and polysaccharides are linear bonds. Few common biopolymers are rubber, suberin, melanin, and lignin. Cellulose is a native biopolymer in nature. Plants contain 33% of cellulose and cotton has 90% of cellulose content in it. Bioplastics are plastics derived from renewable biomass sources like wood chips, food waste, corn starch, fats, and oils. They are used in making of bottles and containers using microorganisms. Fossil fuel plastics are derived from petroleum and natural gas. Bioplastics are derived from sugar derivates including starch, cellulose and lactic acid. Bioplastics represent 0.2%of the global polymer market
- Biologically derived scaffolds
- Protection and repair of hearing by polymeric materials
- Life cycle assessment of polymers.
- Biopolymers as biofilters and bio barriers
- Biopolymers blends and bio-composites
- Polymer mixtures and diffusion in polymers.
- Biosphere plastic
- Biodegradable plastic
- Organic photovoltaics
Session on: Polymers in Biochemistry
Bio-Chemistry is the study of chemical reactions taking place in the biological structures and organism. A combination of both biology and chemistry functions in three broad classifications, molecular genetics, protein science, metabolism. Biochemistry focus on the interaction between the biomolecules, understanding of tissues and function of organisms and organs. Polymers in biochemistry are closely studied by molecular biology, a molecular mechanism by which genetic information is encoded in the DNA. The body functions by the structure, function, and interaction of biological macromolecules which are polymers such as proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates, and lipids.
- Biomolecules and metabolism
- Body and its macromolecules
- Molecular scale biological sciences
- Plant biochemistry
- Molecular biology and structural biology
- Computational biomodelling
Sessions on: Polymer Engineering
Engineering that designs, analysis and modifies polymer materials is known as polymer engineering. Polymer chemistry wraps up the petrochemical industry, polymerization, structure, and characterization, properties, processing of polymers and structural relation and its vivid applications. The divisions of polymers define their applications. Thermoplastics, thermosets, and elastomers are the major classifications of polymers. Polymer engineers develop and tests plastics and process the plastics for the basic requirement. New polymers are created with various new advantages, hence it’s a boon for the polymer engineers. They keep track of labs, manage projects and process the requirements and design the equipment.
- Plastic polymers in engineering
- Medical grade silicone
- Polymer and Biomedical applications
- Natural biopolymers and its uses.
- Future scope for polymer engineering
- Advancements and advantages.
Session on: Material science and engineering
Material science is an interdisciplinary field understanding the applications and properties of matter. structure of the material connects and interactions between the intermolecular spacing, it's properties and processing methods and its performance in applications. Its always new materials paves way for new technologies and inventions. In material engineering, the creation of new materials by manipulation of different materials is performed. Material engineering can be applied in civil, chemical, construction, nuclear, aeronautical, agricultural, mechanical, biomedical or electrical engineering. A material is chosen by its strength, its properties, resistance to heat and corrosion. In a wide angle, the property of the material adds value. The useful properties of a material are in the structure of the material. Finally, the end products from the materials should be economical and society oriented
- Materials informatics
- Ceramic engineering
- Composite materials
- Polymer engineering
- Forensic material engineering
- Condensed matter physics
- Emerging material science technologies
- Metal alloys and material science
- Materials engineering and nanotechnology.
Session on: Nanopolymers and Nanotechnology
Nanotechnology is among the most fascinating and recent research regions and it is a building machine at the sub-atomic scale and holds the control of materials on a nuclear (around two-tenths of a nanometer) scale. Polymer Nanotechnology which incorporates Nano drug, microelectronics, polymer-bound impetuses, polymer-based biomaterials, Nanoemulsion particles, electro nano-spun. A polymer containing nanoparticles is Nano polymer. The process from smaller scale to nano-particles prompt change in its physical, chemical, biological, electrical and magnetic properties. Polymer Nanocomposites (PNC) comprise of a polymer or copolymer with nanoparticles or nanofillers inside the polymer and generates 90.1% of plastics. These might be of a various shape (e.g., platelets, filaments, spheroids), however, no less than one measurement must be in the scope of 1– 50 nm. It is considered as the materials of the 21st century because of its surprising property of high electronic conductivity, magnetic properties, surface to volume ratio, conceivable outcomes. Recent breakthrough of self-assembling into productive structures with nano dimensions, nanomedicine, solar energy, ion storage as a chemical and genetic probe, catalyst support, films, nanomotors and lot more.
- Applications of Novel Nanoparticles in Food Technology
- Polycondensation Polymerization
- Applications of Nanotechnology in Textile and wood industry
- Advancement in Nanotechnology of Polymers and Fibres
- Session on: Polymeric Material Chemistry and Physics
Session on: Polymeric Material Chemistry and Physics
Usage of polymeric materials in the field of chemistry and physics is enormous and it opens to a wide area for research. The manipulation of chemical components and different polymer materials influences new products and their revenues. Polymer Engineering designs, analyses and modifies polymer material. Polymer engineering deals with polymerization, its structure, characterization, petrochemical, their properties, and processing of polymers, and its applications. The basic division of polymers are thermoplastics, elastomers. Thermoplastics have relatively low tensile moduli, lower densities. Common thermoplastics are nylon, polycarbonate, PET, acetal resin which is all ideal for consumer and medical products. Elastomers show low moduli with a reversible extension on vibrational absorption and damping which include natural rubber, polybutadiene, styrene-butadiene, nitrile rubber. Thermosets include phenolic resins, polyesters and epoxy resins which are widely used in composites when reinforced with stiff fibers such as fiberglass and aramids. They have physical properties similar to steel. They are low density, light weighted material, and less fatigue, so ideal for safety-critical parts which undergoes much stress.
- Computational Modelling
- Electronic, Optical & Magnetic Materials
- Materials Performance
- Materials Processing & Manufacturing
- Mechanical Properties
- Microstructure & Property Relationships
- Welding Engineering
Session on: Polymer Rheology
Polymer rheology is a testing technique on a material to withhold the stress when force is applied. The properties can be studied by laboratory testing, which helps optimize products and process condition, thus saving costs and potential wastes. Polymers such as polyolefins, liquids, adhesives, gels, and paste have different temperature zones and deformation rates. Rheology testing can be performed in the liquid phase or molten phase of the polymer or when completely dissolved in a solvent for intrinsic viscosity and relative viscosity. The end data from the test is further analyzed by the development process by the technicians to forecast the properties and to ensure the polymer obtained to meet the specification of the end user.
- Polymer rheology fundamentals and applications.
- Importance of rheology in polymer processing
- Various methods used in rheology
- Steps involved in rheology
- Advantages of rheology
- Properties of the polymers from the rheology
- Study of the material.
- Flow properties of polymers.
Session on: Polymer Recycling and Polymer waste Management.
Green polymer chemistry involves the development of environment-friendly polymers focus on biodegradable materials, edible food wrappings/packaging, bio-based renewable monomers, develop polymers with a lower impact on the environment and perform high durable products. A complete life cycle analysis is conducted by the suppliers from starting raw materials to the final disposal which is safe for the environment and health. Usually the starting material as monomers, derived from bio-based renewable resources such as plants and replicating polymers in nature. In the case of synthetic polymers, a decrease of solvent usage and an increase of recycling and reusing methods are enhanced. E.g. Usage of PET is controlled by ethylene glycol produced from the natural feedstock. PLA (Polylactic Acid) is a thermoplastic used in packaging and other applications and can be composted or hydrolyzed to a monomer for reuse.
- Principles of green chemistry
- Trends and future scope of Green Chemistry
- Synthetic and processing techniques
- Inventions and discoveries in green chemistry
- Nanoscience and green chemistry
- Green Chemistry and medical functionalities
Session on: Energy, optics, and optoelectronics:
The worldwide focus is on the importance of material sciences in the creation of new devices and systems. This aims at encouraging innovation, invention, imagination, and creativity by providing a broad interdisciplinary platform for the presentation of new research and development concepts, theories and results which modifies the pace of modern polymer science and technology. It becomes the central organ of new multi-disciplinary polymer oriented appliances.
- Radiation-sensitive and radiation-stabilized polymers
- Polymers for microwave absorption
- Degradation and Engineering plastics
- Photo-electro conductive polymers
- Electro-optics and nonlinear optics
- Dielectric, ferroelectric and electric applications of polymers.
- water-soluble polymers
- polymers in photo imaging
- intellectual property and fibers.
Session on: Polymer Industrial Market
Polymer industry is the revenue reaping market and is the fastest growing. Countries like us, Canada are high investing in polymers and make huge profit says a survey. Europe, Asia, American continents have great exposure in the market and solid investment. The global market for plastics is valued at 522.66 billion in 2017. Hence revamping of plastics by polymers make a huge life up in the market. increasing plastic consumption in the electrical and electronics industries, automotive. The growth of the constructions industry in the top leading markets of Brazil, China, India, and Mexico during 2015 and 2016 paves way for polymer market growth. From 2015 to 2020 the global polymer market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3.9%
- Polymer market
- Forecast and analysis
- Research in the plastic industry
- Value of the plastic industry
- Global polymer market size
- Global scenario of the polymer industry
Session on: Recent advances in Polymer Chemistry
Macromolecular substances are interesting and a wide area for research. Their properties are different in each phase, they are soft and rubbery, sometimes soft and plastic, and hard and rigid. These properties are enhanced further for more distinctive uses. Polymer chemistry extends its applications in recent times. The oligomers of a few repeating units to long chain repeating units brings polymer manipulation into the next level of advantages. Polymerization reactions materials produce new products with desired properties. The significant development lasts for 5 to 10 years. Recent Advances in Polymer Science supports present and future trends in polymer and biopolymer science. It covers all areas of research including chemistry, physical chemistry, physics, and material science dealing with polymer and biopolymer science. Advances in Polymer Science enjoys a longstanding tradition and a good reputation. Advances in Polymer Science volumes thus are important references for every polymer scientist, as well as for other scientists interested in polymer science - as an introduction to other branches of science, or as a compilation of detailed information for the specialist.
- Some recent studies of polyelectrolyte solutions
- Degradable aliphatic polyesters.
- Surface-initiated polymerization
- Colloidal polymer science
- Advances in polymer science
- Polymer trending in science
Session on: Polymer Applications
Polymers are large molecules formed by the tiny units of monomers. the microstructure relates to the physical arrangement of monomer. Classification of polymers is linear, branched and cross-linked. Polymers are used in our daily life. RNA and DNA are natural polymers that are the basics of life. Clothes made up of cotton are a natural form of Cellulose polymers, sweaters are made from wool, another form of Collagen polymer. Molecular science has developed enormously and has a major role in our lives. It has become a necessity in our daily routines the basic applications of polymers without which life wasn’t that easy.
- Applications of polymers in computer science
- Application of polymers in pharmacy
- Application in automobiles.
- Application in daily life
- Application in the medical field
- Application in electronics.
- Application in the textile and leather industries
Session on: Polymer Physics
Polymer physics studies polymers and their fluctuations, kinetics of the reaction, mechanical properties, degradation and polymerization of polymers. Polymers are complex molecules and are complicated to solve by the deterministic method. Yet, the statistical approach yield results, since polymers are efficiently desirable in thermodynamic limit of many monomers. The shape of the polymer in liquid solutions is affected by the thermal fluctuations and modeling their shape again requires statistical mechanics and dynamics. Based on Analog function between a polymer and a Brownian motion is used for the statistical approach of polymer physics. Characterization of polymers is done by size exclusion chromatography, viscometry, dynamic light scattering. These methods help in mathematical modeling of polymers and to understand the polymeric properties.
- Viscosity and viscoelasticity.
- Crystallization, rheology, swelling, phase separation
- Entanglements and crosslinking.
- Mechanical properties, dielectric properties, optical properties, thermal properties.
- The kinetics of degradation and polymerization, polymers subjected to deformation
- Polymers at interfaces and in confined spaces.
The demand for polymers in markets is at peak, from packaging, automotive, infrastructure, transport rails, telecom, and other emerging economies. Polymer substitutes metals, glass, paper, and other materials due to its lightweight and strength and the design flexibility along with low-cost. Thermoplastics segments are expected to witness the highest growth over the next five years. The increasing applications of engineered plastics, manufacturing equipment in mechanical engineering, shape memory polymer, phase transition polymer, use of smart polymers for controlled drug delivery, fuel the growth of the market in upcoming years.
A renowned global management consulting and market research firm, has investigated the global polymer industry by applications, product types (Thermoplastics, Thermosets, Elastomers) and regions ( North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Rest of the world)and has published a comprehensive report "Global Polymer Industry 2015-2020: Trend, Profit, and Forecast Analysis."
Below mentioned are the market growth forecast:
During the period of 2018-2022, the chemical market grows at a CAGR of 5.47% and polymers market to grow at a CAGR of 6.93%. The global super absorbent polymers valued at USD 7.85 BILLION in 2016 and to grow at a CAGR of 5.8 %, global flexible plastic packaging market at a CAGR of 6.7 %, global polymer foam market size is projected at a CAGR of 6.6% from 2018-2024. The global styrene block copolymer market was valued at USD 6.26 billion in 2016 and to grow at a CAGR of 6.3% over the forecast period. The global market for biodegradable plastics is projected to grow at a robust CAGR of 9.90%and global synthetic fibers market size at a CAGR of 5.3% from 2017 to 2025. The report covers the polymer foam market by resin types, such as polyurethane (PU), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), polystyrene (PS), polyolefin, phenolic, and melamine. Global Smart Polymers to grow from $1.52 billion in 2016 to reach $3.98 billion by 2023 at a CAGR of 14.7%.
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Singapore being the the most populous zone and metropolitan area .Singapore is one of the wealthiest regions in the Southeast region . The gross regional product of Singapore constituted 3.6% of GDP in 2017.
The city of Singapore attracts scholars and students across the world for their positive environment for research and development. Singapore has accommodated 1,329 research faculties, 457 number per million Technician are employed in R&D sectors in the year 2014.
Major R&D sectors in Singapore are life sciences, biotech, pharma and Med Tech companies such as Johnson & Johnson, Siemens. Roche, Philips with more than 25K employees. There are many public and private research institutions like the National university of Singapore , the Singapore institution of technology . Singapore is the host of many international organizations like IMF and Singapore International & Regional Organzation .
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