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4th International Conference on Polymer Chemistry, will be organized around the theme “Polymer Chemistry: Creating Big Ideas in Science”

Euro Polymer Chemistry 2018 is comprised of 14 tracks and 95 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Euro Polymer Chemistry 2018.

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Polymers occupy a major place and pivotal position in our materials map today. In application prospects and performance characteristics and in property range and diversity, they offer novelty and versatility that can hardly be matched by any other kind of materials. Polymer chemistry is combining several specialized fields of expertise. It deals not only with the chemical synthesis but Polymer Structures and chemical properties of polymers and polymer bio conjugation, Novel synthetic and polymerization methods. Polymer synthesis is a complex procedure and can take place in a variety of ways. Polymers are long chain; giant organic molecules are assembled from many smaller molecules called monomers. Polymers consist of many repeating monomer units in long chains, sometimes with branching or cross-linking between the chains. A chemical reaction forming polymers from monomers is called polymerization, of which there are many types. Polymers have come to play an essential and ubiquitous role in everyday life - from plastics and elastomers on the one hand to natural biopolymers such as DNA and proteins on the other hand.

  • Track 1-1Structure and Properties of single polymer chain
  • Track 1-2Polymer surface synthesis
  • Track 1-3Template Polymerisation
  • Track 1-4Synthesis of addition polymer
  • Track 1-5Controlled polymerisation
  • Track 1-6Statistical analysis of polymers

Polymer characterization is the analytical branch of polymer science. The discipline is concerned with the characterization of polymeric materials on a variety of levels. Characterization of polymers is important for synthesis of new materials or at the time of evaluation of competitive product. The characterization typically has as a goal to improve the performance of a product. Polymer Characterization includes determining molecular weight distribution, the molecular structure, the morphology of the polymer, thermal properties, mechanical and optical properties, and any additives. Many characterization techniques should ideally be linked to these desirable properties of the material. It also includes the development and refinement of analytical methods with statistical models which help to understand phase separation and phase transistion of polymers. It is a complex and multi-faceted process.

  • Track 2-1Polymer structures at different length scales
  • Track 2-2Composites and hybrid materials based on polymers
  • Track 2-3Structure and dynamics in crystalline
  • Track 2-4Mesophase and amorphous states of polymers

Biopolymers are polymers that bio-debase with the activity of smaller scale life forms, warmth, and dampness. There is no particular standard for biodegradation. This session contents the biopolymers types and application and trends in different field. It provides an up-to-date summary of the varying market applications of biopolymers characterized by biodegradability and sustainability. Biopolymers can be made utilizing waste starch from a harvest that has been developed for sustenance utilize. Biopolymers are polymers that are biodegradable. The input materials for the production of these polymers may be either renewable (based on agricultural plant or animal products) or synthetic. Increased use of biopolymers would replace fossil fuels thus helping in sustainable development. This Session Include the Chemistry of biopolymers, Polylactic acid in Biopolymers, Nucleic acids in Biopolymers, Polysaccharides in Biopolymers, Polynucleotide in Biopolymers.

  • Track 3-1Classification and its Types
  • Track 3-2Polypeptides
  • Track 3-3Polysaccharides
  • Track 3-4Polynucleotides
  • Track 3-5Biopolymer environmental benefits
  • Track 3-6Biopolymer and its applications

Polymer engineering and technology is part of the growing field of materials engineering that focuses on plastics and other polymers. A Polymer Material Sciences will provide you with a strong basis in the wide range of issues around structure- functional relationship of polymers.  Polymer Engineering is generally an engineering field that designs, analyses, and/or modifies polymer materials. The prediction of their behavior depends on our understanding of these complex systems. Polymerization and polymer processing techniques thus requires molecular modeling techniques. Beside metals and ceramics, the recent developments of Polymer Technology have revolutionized the field of material science increasing the use of polymer based substances from building materials to Packing materials, Fancy decoration articles, Communications, Automobile, Aircrafts, etc. She has been able to tailor the industry needs to suit the specifications provided. Synthetic polymers have since a long time played a relatively important role in present-day medicinal practice. Polymers are now a major materials used in many industrial applications.

  • Track 4-1Polymer Processing
  • Track 4-2Thermodynamics of Polymers
  • Track 4-3Polymer Analysis
  • Track 4-4Novel Polimerization Methods
  • Track 4-5Porous Polymers
  • Track 4-6Molecular Modelling of Polymers
  • Track 4-7Advances in Polymer Technology

After more than two decades of history, the field of supramolecular polymers remains one of the most active in polymer science. This is certainly due to the wide interest that supramolecular polymers raise from both a fundamental and applied perspective, which in recent years has brought a deep understanding of their physicochemical properties and advanced functionalities.

The session will feature a wide range of topical discussions, highlighting important fields such as Nano machines, meso-scale self-assembly, controlled supramolecular polymerization, and 2-D and 3-D coordination frameworks. A particular focus will be given to the complexity in self-assembly processes and how it can result in novel functions. As such, a wide variety of different applications ranging from biomedical engineering and the life sciences to energy and food science and device fabrication will be addressed. 

  • Track 5-1Naturally occurring Supramolecular Polymers
  • Track 5-2Supramolecular Polymerization
  • Track 5-3Complex Macromolecular Architecture
  • Track 5-4Design and Function
  • Track 5-5Engineering Orthogonality in Supramolecular Polymers
  • Track 5-6Supramolecular sensing
  • Track 5-7Potential Biomedical applications

Bioplastics are one of the driving tool in the advancement of plastics. Bio plastics are plastics derived from renewable biomass sources, such as vegetable fats and oils, from used plastic bottles and other containers using microorganisms rather than petroleum. Bioplastics are fossil savior and gives additional recovery at the end by Petro based polymers produce more greenhouse gases. Some, but not all, bioplastics are designed to biodegrade. Many bioplastics are biodegradable, which is - in theory - one of their greatest advantages.  They may or may not be biodegradable depending on how they are manufactured. Biodegradable bioplastics can break down in either anaerobic or aerobic environments. Bioplastics can be composed of starches, cellulose, biopolymers, and a variety of other materials.

  • Track 6-1Plastic Packaging
  • Track 6-2Recycling of Bioplastics
  • Track 6-3Synthetic Biology
  • Track 6-4Biodegradable Plastics
  • Track 6-5Pyrolysis: Polymer Thermocracking
  • Track 6-6Bioplastics in Waste Water Treatment

polymer blend or polymer mixture is a member in which at least two polymers are blended together to create a new material with different physical properties. Polymer blends are physical mixtures of two or more polymers with/without any chemical bonding between them. The objective of polymer blending is a practical one of achieving commercially viable products through either unique properties or lower cost than some other means might provide. Blending technology also provides attractive opportunities for reuse and recycling of polymer wastes. When two or more polymers are mixed, the phase structure of the resulting material can be either miscible or immiscible. Due to their high molar mass, the entropy of mixing of polymers is relatively low and consequently specific interactions are needed to obtain blends, which are miscible or homogeneous on a molecular scale. This session will include discussion on thermodynamics and compatibilisation of polymer blends and its applications. Compatibilisation is very useful for improving the dispersity in polymer blends. Additionally, medical polymers may be blended with specialized additives for enhanced properties to achieve specific functional requirements.

  • Track 7-1Thermoplastic Elastomers
  • Track 7-2Thermodynamics of Polymer Blends
  • Track 7-3Compatibilisation in Polymer Blending
  • Track 7-4Polymer Additives:Miscibility of Blends
  • Track 7-5Phase Behaviour of Polymer Blends:Dynamic, Mechanical and Thermal Analysis
  • Track 7-6Polymer Alloys

Biodegradable polymers are defined as Polymers comprised of monomers linked to one another through functional groups and have unstable links in the backbone. They are broken down into biologically acceptable molecules that are metabolized and removed from the body via normal metabolic pathways. This session presents the product made from natural fiber reinforce biodegradable polymer composites are yet to be seen in high magnitude. The development of biodegradable polymer composites promotes the use of environmentally friendly materials. Most in the industry use the term bioplastic to mean a plastic produced from a biological source. All (bio- and petroleum-based) plastics are technically biodegradable, meaning they can be degraded by microbes under suitable conditions. Biodegradable Polymers can also use to control the drug release rate from the formulations. The applications of polymers in drug delivery have been realized because polymers offer unique properties which so far have not been attained by any other materials. Current and future developments in biodegradable polymers and renewable input materials focus relate mainly to the scaling-up of production and improvement of product properties. Larger scale production will increase availability and reduce prices. It is often necessary to seek a compromise between the desired material properties and biodegradability.

  • Track 8-1Green and Sustainable Polymers
  • Track 8-2Stability and Degradation of Polymers
  • Track 8-3Petrochemical products
  • Track 8-4Biomass Production
  • Track 8-5Polymer Photochemistry
  • Track 8-6Industrial Applications

Microfluidics is both the science which studies the behavior of fluids through micro-channels, and the technology of manufacturing microminiaturized devices. Several material properties of glass helps for use in microfluidic systems; however, the cost of producing systems in glass is very high and this driving commercial producers to look for cost effective materials. At Commercial level, manufacturers found it beneficial to use plastics that include reduced cost and simplified manufacturing procedures. An additional benefit that is extremely attractive is the wide range of available plastic materials which allows the manufacturer to choose materials' based on its properties for particular application. This session will discuss role of polymers in microfluidic systems including their material properties, fabrication methods, device applications, and finally market analysis and future developments .Nowadays, advanced micro fabrication techniques enable the creation of complex, integrated microfluidic chips, which perform multiple analytic investigations on the same chip. This new technique is used in the fields of analysis in medical and forensic science.

  • Track 9-1Polymeric Materials
  • Track 9-2Polymer Microfluidic Devices
  • Track 9-3Polymeric Sensors
  • Track 9-4Fabrication Methods of Poly Microfluidic Devices
  • Track 9-5Applications In Soft Condensed Matter
  • Track 9-6Interfacial Tensiometer
  • Track 9-7Analysis of Market

Functional polymers are macromolecules to which chemically bound functional groups are attached which can be utilized as reagents, catalysts, protecting groups, etc. Functional polymers have low cost, ease to process and a range of attractive mechanical characteristics for functional organic molecules. This session deals with the synthesis and design of functional polymers, modifications of preformed polymer backbones as well as its various applications. The polymer support can be either a linear species which is soluble or a cross-linked species which is insoluble. A polymer to be used as a support should have significant mechanical stability under the reaction conditions. Such properties of the support play important role in functionalization reactions of polymers .The polymer properties can be modified either by chemical reactions on pendant groups or by changing the physical nature of the polymers

  • Track 10-1In Analytical Chemistry: Polymers as Stationary Phase(chromatography/Extraction)
  • Track 10-2Catalysis enginnering: Polymers as Catalyst
  • Track 10-3In Medicine, Agriculture, Washing Agents: Controlled Release from Polymer Matrices
  • Track 10-4Design and Synthesis of Functional Polymers
  • Track 10-5Polymer bound Dyes
  • Track 10-6Reactive and Functional Polymers
  • Track 10-7Polymer Modification: Surface and Functional Coatings
  • Track 10-8Advantages and Limitations

Nanotechnology is one of the trending areas for current research and development in basically all technical disciplines. Nanotechnology is science, engineering of functional systems at the molecular scale and technology conducted at the Nano scale, which is about 1 to 100 nanometers This obviously includes Polymer Nanotechnology which include microelectronics, polymer-based biomaterials, Nano medicine, Nano emulsion particles; polymer bound catalysts, electro spun nanofabrication, imprint lithography, and block copolymer domain morphology is usually at the Nano scale level. The transition  from micro- to nano-particles lead to change in its physical as well as chemical properties. Increase in the ratio of the surface area to volume and the size of the particle are the key factors in this. Nano composites have become a prominent area of current research and development. Polymer Nano composites (PNC) consist of a polymer or copolymer having nanoparticles or nanofillers dispersed in the polymer matrix. These may be of different shape (e.g., platelets, fibers, spheroids), but at least one dimension must be in the range of 1–50 nm. Important extensions have been made in combining inorganic materials with polymers and in combining different classes of polymers together in nanoparticle form.

  • Track 11-1Nanocomposites
  • Track 11-2Dispersion of single walled carbon nanotubes using Polymers
  • Track 11-3Applications of Novel Nanoparticles in Food Technology
  • Track 11-4Polymeric Nano Medicine, Therapeutics and Imaging Agents
  • Track 11-5Polycondensation Polimerization
  • Track 11-6Advancement in Nanotechnology of Polymers and Fibres
  • Track 11-7Applications of Nanotechnology in wood and Textile fields

Polymers are normally electrical insulators, but to enable their use in electronics, conductive filler such as silver have been added to chemical formulation to increase their electrical conductivity. This is because polymers are good insulator of heat, have low density , require low finishing cost and its enhanced flexibility allowed for many application. Polymer electronics is an emerging technology that focuses on the development of electronic devices incorporating electrically conductive and semi conductive organic materials, especially organic polymers. It offers the prospect of an advanced electronics platform using new materials, processes and electronic devices. Polymer conductors and semiconductors open up propects for microelectronic systems that go beyond the scope of conventional electronics based on silicon as the semiconductor. The deposition of a range of polymer electronic devices by simple techniques such as printing is likely to extend the realm of electronics. The latest research in the field of polymer optical components includes development of microoptics injection molding coating technology and assembly technologies. Microwave-Enhanced Polymer Chemistry and Technology describes novel approaches to polymer processing using microwave technologies.

  • Track 12-1Hybrid Polymers
  • Track 12-2Ferroelectric Polymers for Thin film Devices
  • Track 12-3Printed electronics
  • Track 12-4Fabrication of Organic Light-emitting Devices (OLED)
  • Track 12-5Microwave Photonics
  • Track 12-6Polymer Solar cell: Its Application
  • Track 12-7Electro-Optics and Nonlinear Optics
  • Track 12-8Thermoplastic Polymers
  • Track 12-9Polymer Fibres

Polymers are a highly diverse class of materials which are available in all fields of engineering from avionics through drug delivery system, bio-sensor devices, Holography, 3D printing, tissue engineering, cosmetics etc. and the improvement and usage of these depends on polymer applications .The applications of polymeric materials and their composites are still increasing rapidly due to their below average cost and ease of manufacture. This in turn fuels further development in research.

Research and development of bioplastics substances for medical, dental and pharmaceutical use have hovered on the front lines for years. Gelatin-based capsules made of animal or vegetable matter, for example, which naturally dissolve in the digestive tract, are in common use. Biodegradable stitches, which do not require manual removal after healing, are regularly used to suture wounds and surgical incisions.

Biopolymers are available as coatings for paper rather than the more common petrochemical coatings. Bioplastics are used for disposable items, such as packaging and crockery. They are also often used for bags, trays, fruit and vegetable containers and in marine sciences .These plastics are also used in non-disposable applications including mobile phone casings, carpet fibers, insulation car interiors, fuel lines, and plastic piping. New electroactive bioplastics are being developed that can be used to carry electric current. Medical implants made of PLA (polylactic acid), which dissolve in the body, can save patients a second operation. Compostable mulch films can also be produced from starch polymers and used in agriculture.

  • Track 13-1In Aircraft, Aerospace and Sports Equipments
  • Track 13-2Polymers in Biochemistry
  • Track 13-3In Marine Sciences
  • Track 13-4Organic Polymer Flocculants in Water Purification
  • Track 13-5Polymers in Holography
  • Track 13-63D Printing Plastics
  • Track 13-7Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine
  • Track 13-8Food Packaging and processing Industry

The main concerns for humans in the future will be energy & resources, food, health, mobility & infrastructure and communication. There is no doubt that polymers will play a key role in finding successful ways in handling these challenges. Polymers will be the material of the new millennium and the production of polymeric parts i.e. green, sustainable, energy-efficient, high quality, low-priced, etc. will assure the accessibility of the finest solutions round the globe. Synthetic polymers have since a long time played a relatively important role in present-day medicinal practice. Many devices in medicine and even some artificial organs are constructed with success from synthetic polymers. It is possible that synthetic polymers may play an important role in future pharmacy, too. Polymer science can be applied to save energy and improve renewable energy technologies.

Biopolymers could especially increment as more solid adaptations are produced, and the cost to fabricate these bio-plastics keeps ongoing fall. Bio-plastics can supplant routine plastics in the field of their applications likewise and can be utilized as a part of various areas, for example, sustenance bundling, plastic plates, mugs, cutlery, plastic stockpiling packs and in this way can help in making environment economical.

In areas of applications of plastics materials, a well-known long standing example is electrical industries have led to increasing acceptance of plastics for plugs, sockets, wire and cable insulations and for housing electrical and electronic equipment. The major polymer targeting industries of the present day life includes Ceramic industries, in stem cell biology and Regenerative Medicine, packaging industries, in retorting method used for food processing industries in automotive industries, in aerospace industries and in electrical and electronic industries.

  • Track 14-1Polymers in Stem Cell Biology
  • Track 14-2Self-Healing and Reprocess-able Polymer Systems
  • Track 14-3Smart Polymers
  • Track 14-4Green Synthesis of Functional Materials
  • Track 14-5In Gene Delivery Systems
  • Track 14-6Ceramic Industry
  • Track 14-7Biopolymers in Drug Delivery
  • Track 14-8Market growth of Polymers