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Expanding and Exploring the Possibilities in Polymers
- Polymer Science 2020

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Polymer science 2020 invites all the participants from all over the world to attend"International Conference on Polymer Science & Technology”,on April 27-28, 2020 in Barcelona, Spain.

    This conference is organized under the belief that one-on-one interactions and discussions open door to new innovations and inventions. We are proud facilitators of such an opportunity. ‘Organizeand Optimize’ is what we stand by and have organized successful conferences for 20 years now. This one is no different. We hope the congress will be personally rewarding to each one of you.

    Polymer science 2020 aims to bring together the prominent researchers, academic scientists,and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences on all aspects of Polymer Science. The conference includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, poster presentations and exhibitions on Polymer Science and Technology.


We take immense pleasure and honor to welcome all the participants across the world to attend the esteemed International Conference on Polymer Science and Technology slated on April 27-28, 2020 at Barcelona, Spain.

About

The polymers, a word that we hear about it a lot, is very vital and one cannot imagine life without it. Polymers, a large class of materials, consist of many small molecules named monomers that are linked together to form long chains and are used in a lot of products and goods that we use in daily life.

 

Polymer Science conference is an international congress which expects more than 50 speakers and more than 100 participants from across the world. Polymer Science 2020 will provide you with wonderful exposure to the latest research and technology developing in the field of Polymer. This is the perfect stage to develop and nourish your research interest and participate in the scientific discussion with global scientists. Along with this, Polymer Science 2020 will help the participants develop an international academic and business network.

 

 Reasons to attend:

 

-Meet eminent experts and personalities working in the field of Polymer

-Enhance your knowledge

-Share your innovative ideas

-Worldwide Networking and Career Opportunities

 

This platform will give you an international stage to conduct demonstrations, workshops, and symposiums to showcase your services and products. Polymer Science 2020 will avail you a chance to distribute information and to meet potential national and international delegates. Participants can approach the invited scientists to explore the new product line possibility and exchange ideas of developing Polymer. World-renowned speakers, the most recent researches, innovations, and novel updates in the field of Polymer are hallmarks of this Congress.

 

Target Audiences:

 

·         Eminent personalities

·         Directors

·         CEO

·         President

·         Vice-president

·         Research scientists

·         Organizations

·         Post-doctorates and Doctorates

·         Associations heads and Professors

·         Polymer science laboratory heads

·         Students 

·         other affiliates related to the area of polymer science

Scientific Sessions/Tracks


Session 1 Polymer science – The Next Generation:

    Today, imagining a world without plastics is nearly impossible. Plastics are highly used across the economy, serving as a key enabler for sectors as diverse as packaging, construction, transportation, healthcare, and electronics. Plastics have brought massive economic benefits to these sectors, thanks to their combination of low cost, versatility, durability and high strength-to-weight ratio. The success of plastics is mirrored within the exponential growth in their production over the past time period Since 1964, plastics production has accumulated twenty-fold, reaching 311 million tonnes in 2014, which is equivalent to more than 900 Empire State Buildings. Plastics production is anticipated to double again in 20 years and almost quadruple by 2050.

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·         Session 2 Polymer Industries

        Polymers which are manufactured from plastic industry witnessed a massive growth in the global market and offers services to a wide range of industries such as building and construction, electronics and it has a high demand in vertical industries such as food, beverages, and packaging, etc. 

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Session 3 Polymer Chemistry

    Polymer chemistry is a branch of chemistry which deals with chemical synthesis, chemical properties of polymers, physical properties of polymers, structure, and macromolecules. Polymer chemistry is the analysis of how the smaller monomers combine and create useful materials with specific characteristics by manipulating the molecular structure of the monomers used, the composition of the monomer combinations, and applying chemical and processing techniques that can affect the properties of the final product to a large extent.  

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Session 4 Biological Polymers

    The fields of biochemistry, medicine, and molecular biology has been profoundly influenced by discoveries in polymer chemistry. In exploring the relationship between the three dimensional and structures of biomolecules and their biological function, biochemists have elucidated how nerve impulses travel, how enzymes catalyze biological reactions, and the molecular mechanisms underlying many diseases.

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Session 5 Radiation in Polymers

    A review of recent developments in the use of ionizing radiation in the modification, upgrading, and changing the properties of polymers have been made by considering recently implemented applications and results of research and development efforts. Specific examples and cases were collected under the titles of crosslinking, curing, grafting and degradation of polymers.

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Session 6 Engineering Polymers

     Engineering polymers are manufactured in lower quantities and tend to be used for smaller objects or low-volume applications rather than for bulk and high-volume ends as they are more expensive. Engineering polymers are materials with exceptional mechanical properties such as stiffness and toughness, because of these properties, this type of polymer is widely used in the manufacturing industry.

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Session 7 Specialty Polymers

        Specialty Polymers are the class of some Polymers with High-Performance, such as fluids, membranes, smart hydrogels and elastomers that are designed to meet the critical requirements that engineers face every day in key industries which includes Plastics, Automobiles, Aeronautics, Smart Devices, Healthcare, Pharmacy, Energy Production, and Storage.

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Session 8 Polymer Synthesis

    Polymer synthesis is a process in which monomers are covalently bonded to form a polymer chain or network. In chemical, polymer synthesis can occur in various reaction mechanisms which differ in complexity due to the functional groups present in the reactants.

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Session 9 Polymer Waste Management

    Increasing volumes of synthetic polymers are manufactured for various applications. Unlike natural polymers, most synthetic macromolecules cannot be assimilated by microorganisms. Although polymers represent slightly over 10% of total municipal waste, the problem of nonbiodegradability is highlighted by overflowing landfills, polluted marine waters, and unsightly litter.

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Session 10 Polymer Nanofibers

    Future advancements in nanofiber technology will be fueled primarily by improvements in electrospinning technology and process control to allow consistent production of nanofiber mats with single-digit fiber diameters, and the potential to combine several physicals, chemical, and biological functionalities into a single fiber to make multipurpose fiber mats and smart materials a reality. The functionalities considered need to move well beyond the simple passive effects of biocidal effectiveness, superhydrophobicity by surface texturing, or simple breathable biodegradable wound dressings.

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Session 11 Rheology of Polymers

    Polymer rheology is the study of force applied is related to deformation and flow of the material.  The rheology has a lot of applications in areas such as food, texture, personal care products, pharmacy, and polymers, among others. In melt polymers, rheology is an important tool to understand the behavior under processing conditions and to design equipment, as well as to manufacture several objects.

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Session 12 Polymer Modification

    Many polymers today are specialty products specifically designed and engineered to meet high demanding needs. The choice of the right modification additive depends on the type of polymer, the desired reaction effect and the processing conditions of each grade.

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Session 13 Polymer Additives and Reinforcements

    Even though structural modification of polymers often leads to significant property modification, very few polymers are used technologically in their chemically pure form; it is generally necessary to modify their behavior by the incorporation of additives. Additives are usually required to impart stability against the degradative effects of various kinds of aging processes and enhance product quality and performance.

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Session 14 Polymers in day-to-day Life

    Polymers are extensively used advanced materials, which are found most of the material used in our day-to-day life. Till now, the polymers have been much more highlighted because of their applications in different dominions of sciences, technologies, and industry – from basic uses to biopolymers and therapeutic polymers.

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Session 15 Polymer Degradation

    Degradation is often due to a change in the chemical or physical structure of the polymer chain, which in turn leads to a decrease in the molecular weight of the polymer. This occurs primarily because of the effect of these factors on the chemical composition of the polymer.

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Market Analysis

In the current generation, it is possible to create polymers from different elements with almost any quality desired in a product. Few polymers are similar in existing conventional materials but with greater economic values, some represent significant improvements over existing materials, and some can only be described as unique materials with characteristics unlike any previously known to man. The growth of polymers from all indications will be not only from the development of new polymers but also from the chemical and physical modification of existing ones. On another side, improved fabrication techniques will result in low-cost products.

 

The global chemical compound market (2016–2021) is calculable to succeed in USD 171.96 Billion by 2021 at a CAGR of 8.5%. The report covers the chemical compound foam market by organic compound sort, like polyurethane (PU), cinnamene (PS), PVC (PVC), phenolic, polyolefin, cyanuramide, and others; by application, like packaging, building & construction, and others; and by region, namely, Europe,  Asia-Pacific, North America. Base year thought of for the study is 2015, whereas the forecast amount is between 2016 and 2021. the increase in demand for chemical compound foams in applications, such as automotive, building & construction, and packaging facilitates the expansion of the market. the ECU chemical compound industries make the foremost important contribution to the welfare in Europe by sanctionative innovation, making the quality of life to voters and facilitating resource potency and climate protection. nearly quite one.5 million individuals are operating in 60,000 corporations (mainly tiny and medium-sized corporations within the changing sector) to make a turnover on top of 340 bn EUR each year. The industry includes Polymer producers - depicted by Plastics Europe, converters - depicted by EuPC and machine makers - depicted by EUROMAP.

 

About 1.1 million tonnes of primary plastics were made in a European country in 2010, and with extra trade of polymers and semi-finished and final product, 1.3 million tonnes of plastic product is used for Austrian consumption. This consumption is distributed over 10 consumption sectors, of that packaging (24%), non-plastic product (20%), building and construction (18%), et al. (13%) are the foremost necessary ones. when the employment part, around fifty-three of the stuff is incinerated with energy recovery, one-third of the plastic waste flow is recycled automatically, and roughly St Martin's Day is employed for feedstock usage. solely minor fractions of the waste flow are landfilled or reused. These results highlight the foremost relevant streams, which may facilitate to focus time and resources on the most processes or sectors, particularly for waste management, to guide this and future waste flows to the foremost ecologically and economically optimum treatment.



In Spain

    Spain is among the ten leading producers and consumers of plastic raw materials worldwide according to data provided by ANAIP (Spanish Association of Plastic Industries), 3.84 million tons of plastics are consumed as raw materials for their transformation into products such as 40% on  Packaging and packaging, 20% on Construction, 8% on Agriculture, and 32% on  Industry. The sector of the production and transformation of Spanish plastics generates an annual turnover of approximately 16,000 million euros and generates nearly 69,000 jobs.



 


 

Scientific committee
OCM Member
Professor Lawrence Berliner
professor, Chemistry and BioChemistry
The Ohio State University
Columbus, USA
OCM Member
Ivan Bozovic
Group Leader and Principal Investigator
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Utica , USA
OCM Member
Yazen M Alnouti
Associate Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, USA
OCM Member
Giancarlo Galli
Professor , Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry
University of Pisa
Catanzar, Italy
OCM Member
Ben Ale
Emeritus professor, Safety Science (chemistry & Risk management)
Delft university of technology
Delft, Europe
OCM Member
Mr. Fedor Antonov
CEO
Anisoprint
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
OCM Member
Dr. Eliade Stefanescu
Professor , Physics
Advanced Studies in Physics Center of the Romanian Academy
Bucharest, Romania
OCM Member
Prof. LI Kwok Yiu Robert
Dublin University, Ireland
Yuk Choi Rd , Hong Kong
OCM Member
Dr. Miroslaw Kwiatkowski
Faculty of Energy and Fuels
AGH University of Science and Technology
Warsaw, Poland
OCM Member
Margherita Venturi
Professor, General and Inorganic Chemistry
University of bologna
Bologna, Italy
OCM Member
Fatih YILDIZ,
Professor of Food Science and Engineering ,Research Director.
Middle East Technical University (METU)
Istanbul, Turkey
OCM Member
Prof. Aharon Gedanken
Head - Kanbar Laboratory for Nanomaterials
Bar-Ilan University
Israel, Israel
OCM Member
Ra’ed Malallah
Dr., Physics Department
University of Basrah
Baghdad, Iraq
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