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Exploring Novel Innovations in the field of Polymers & Biopolymers
- Polymer Chemistry 2021

Welcome message

Polymer Chemistry invites all the participants from all over the world to attend “7th World Congress on Bio-Polymers and Polymer Chemistry” during December 06-07, 2021 as a virtual event, with the theme of “Accelerating the research trends and recent innovations in Polymer Chemistry”.

On behalf of Polymer Chemistry 2021, we are glad to invite contributions from the enthusiastic academicians, scientists to organize International Symposiums/Workshops that are both empirical and conceptual in exploring new dimensions of green chemistry challenges towards achieving the solutions.

Who should attend???

Research Institutes and Companies providing research products and services for the Higher Education Sector polymer scientists, technologists, Chancellors/Vice Chancellors/ Promoters / Directors / Principals / Chairpersons /Academicians / Senior Management / Administrative Heads & Decision makers of Universities /Higher Educational Institutions (Public & Private)Media… and many more

Why exhibit???

Branding and marketing opportunity Showcase opportunities available in your own market and encourage foreign universities to collaborate Opportunity to sign MoUs with Global Universities and Institutions which are interested in Global Market Opportunity to explore tie-ups for research, student and faculty exchange programs, twinning programs, etc.

About Conference

Biopolymers and Polymer Chemistry are anticipated to be one the best scientific conferences. The scientific sessions of this International Conference on Biopolymers and Polymer Chemistry conferences has been designed on vivacious topics such as Biopolymers and Bio-Plastics, Synthetic and Green Polymers, Bio-Catalysis in Polymer Chemistry, Polymer Science and its applications. Polymer Chemistry conferences are consisting of well-organized scientific program and effervescent speeches by the expertise.

Target Audience:

·         Eminent personalities in the field of Polymer Science

·         CEO's /Directors/Managers of Companies, industries

·         Head of Departmental

·         Presidents/Vice Presidents

·         Professors, Associate and Assistant professors

·         Research Scholars and students from the related fields

·         Other experts in Polymer Chemistry

Sessions and Tracks

Track 1: Polymer Science and Applications
polymer is a massive molecule, or macromolecule, composed of many repeated subunits. Due to their broad range of properties, each artificial and natural polymer plays essential and omnipresent roles in everyday life. The field of chemical compound science includes researchers in multiple disciplines including chemistry, physics, and engineering. Polymers are studied with in the fields of physics science and macromolecular science, and polymer science (which include polymer chemistry and polymer physics).

The main polymers application areas include:

·         Biomedical Applications-Regenerative Medicine, Drug Delivery, Bone Implants and Substitutes, Biomedical Devices     related Applications, Bioactive Polymers

·         Electronics

·         Optics

·         Polymers at surfaces and interfaces

·         Energy conversion and storage

·         Packaging

Track 2: Polymer Physics

Polymer physics deals with the physical structure and also the properties of polymers, as well as the reaction kinetics of polymerization of monomers and degradation of polymers. Polymers are giant molecules and therefore are terribly sophisticated for resolution employing a settled methodology. In the state of liquid, polymer is strongly depends on the temperature. The thermal fluctuation affects the shape of a polymer when there is an external temperature is given to a liquid state of polymer. There are many applications of polymer physics with in the space of optoelectronics, coating, medicine, food and so on. The polymers can be made in a chain form. There are two types of polymer chain.

They are:

·         Ideal chain model

·         Real chain model

Track 3: Biopolymers and Bio-Plastics

Bio-polymers are polymers produced by living organisms; in alternative words, they are compound biomolecules. Bio-polymers provide an alternative to oil based plastics, as they are made up off plants, usually polymers of starch or polylactic acid (PLA). They are presently used for luggage bags, cutlery and plates, pens, clothing, credit cards, food packaging, agricultural films, teabags, occasional filters, diapers and napkins. Bio-plastics are plastics derived from renewable biomass sources, like vegetable fats and oils, corn starch, straw, woodchips, food waste, etc. Bio-plastics are not free of environmental impact, and the carbon emissions related to growing crops and changing these into the specified chemicals has to be taken into consideration.

There are four main kinds of bio-polymer based respectively on:

·         Starch

·         Sugar

·         Cellulose

·         Synthetic materials

Track 4: Polymer Engineering and Technology
Polymer engineering is mostly associated with an engineering field that designs, analyses, and modifies polymer materials. Engineering polymers are materials with superior structure–property correlations. These properties enable the use of the engineering polymers in specific, high-end applications in automotive and aerospace industries. The recent developments of chemical compound have revolutionized the sphere of fabric science increasing the use of chemical compound primarily based substances from building materials to Packing materials, Fancy decoration articles, Electrical engineering, Communications, Automobile, Aircrafts, etc.

Plastics engineering specialties:

·         Medical plastics

·         Consumer Plastics

·         Recycled or recyclable plastics

·         Automotive plastics

·         Elastomers / rubber

·         Biodegradable plastics

·         Plastics processing

Track 5: Synthetic and green Polymers

Synthetic polymers are human-made polymers. Synthetic polymers are derived from crude oil, and created by scientists and engineers. Examples of synthetic polymers include nylon, polythene, polyester, Teflon, and epoxy. Examples of naturally occurring polymers are silk, wool, DNA, polysaccharide and proteins. Green and Natural Polymers Are on the Rise. As their name implies, natural polymers (or biopolymers) are polymers that occur naturally or are produced by living organisms (such as polysaccharide, silk, chitin, protein, DNA).

Track 6: Nano -Polymers and Nanotechnology
Polymer Nano-composites consist of a polymer or copolymer having Nano particles dispersed in the polymer matrix. Polymer nanotechnology group can develop enabling techniques for the patterning of practical surfaces. Polymer Nano science is that the study and application of Nano science to polymer-nanoparticle matrices, wherever nanoparticles are those with at least one dimension of less than 100 nm. The most common type of filler particles utilized by the tire industry had traditionally been Carbon black (Cb), produced from the incomplete combustion of coal tar and ethylene.

·         Bio-hybrid polymer Nano-fibers

·         Bio-hybrid nanofibres by electrospinning

·         Bio-hybrid polymer nanotubes by wetting

·         Tissue engineering

Track 7: 3D Printing Polymers
The powder will be chemical compound or many other alternative materials and a range of binders will be utilized based on the powder used. Fused filament fabrication (FFF) (or fused deposition modelling – FDM) was developed in the early 1990s as another 3D printing approach that like SLS uses preformed polymer as the building material. PLA is a biodegradable plastic made from renewables such as corn-starch. While several 3D-printer manufacturers are providing metal 3D-printing services, it’ll be some time before the economies of scale that helped bring down the price of plastic 3D printing affect the DMLS market.

3 Types of Plastic Used in 3D Printing-

·         Polylactic Acid (PLA)

·         Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS)

·         Polyvinyl Alcohol Plastic (PVA)

Track 8: Biodegradable and Bio-Chemical Polymers
A polymer that can be decomposed by microorganism is named as biodegradable polymer. The biodegradable polymers are the polymers which are degraded by the micro-organism within a suitable period so that biodegradable polymers & their degraded products do not cause any serious affects on the environment. The decomposition reactions involve hydrolysis to non- toxic small molecules which may be metabolized by or excreted from the body. Biological polymers are large molecules composed of the many similar smaller molecules coupled along in an exceedingly chain-like fashion. The individual smaller molecules are called monomers. When small organic molecules are joined together, they can form giant molecules or polymers Natural polymers are used to build tissue and other elements in living organisms.

·         Preparation of peg/chitosan bio composites

·         Molecularly imprinted hydrogels as potential carriers

·         Spray dried hydroxyapatite-polymer composites

·         Polymers with additives

·         Biological Polymers- Proteins, Carbohydrates, Lipids

Track 9: Dendrimers

Dendrimers are polymers with branched, tree-like structures. They are of interest in applications such as drug delivery and catalysis. Dendrimers are nano-sized, radially symmetric molecules with well-defined, homogeneous, and monodisperse structure that has a typically symmetric core, an inner shell, and an outer shell. Dendrimers are highly ordered, branched polymeric molecules. Synonymous terms for dendrimer include arborols and cascade molecules.
Track 10: Polymers in Medicine
Polymers play a crucial role in medical applications and biomaterials are already habitually used in clinical applications. However, several medically approved polymers are not yet optimized for their aspired application. Properties such as mechanical characteristics, plasticity and degradation behaviour need to be adapted to the designated application. For medical applications, the surface properties are of major importance. Polymers are also constantly gaining attention in trendy biomaterial analysis wherever polymeric materials should act as mechanically stable, degradable and custom-made scaffolds, drug carriers or hydrogel-based artificial biomimetic living thing matrix. In this space, major progresses can be achieved via 3D printing of hierarchical materials with tissue-like structures.

·         Polymers for Artificial Joints

·         Bioabsorbable Polymers for surgical applications

·         Adhesives for medical applications

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