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‘Celebrating the Five-Year Anniversary of Polymer Chemistry’ Symposium

This year, Polymer Chemistry celebrates its fifth anniversary. To mark the occasion Editor-in-Chief Dave Haddleton and Associate Editors, Brent Sumerlin and Wei You, have organised a symposium entitled ‘Celebrating the Five-Year Anniversary of Polymer Chemistry‘ which will be held during the 249th ACS National Meeting & Exposition, in Denver, CO, USA.

Symposium Details:

The symposium will take place on 22nd March 2015 at Governor’s Square 14, Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel between 8:30am – 4:50pm. We hope you can attend!

Symposium speakers:

The stimulating symposium talks will be delivered by distinguished speakers:

Nikolaos Hadjichristidis

Christopher Barner-Kowollik

Jean-François Lutz

Sebastien Perrier

Cyrille Boyer

Andrew Lowe

Virgil Percec

Heather Maynard

Xi Zhang

Hong Chen

Shiyong Liu

Todd Emrick

‘Celebrating the Five-Year Anniversary of Polymer Chemistry‘ Web Collection:

To accompany the symposium we have produced a web themed collection of recent papers published by the symposium speakers. We hope you enjoy reading these articles.

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35th Australasian Polymer Symposium (35APS)

We are pleased to announce the 35th Australasian Polymer Symposium which will be held at the QT Hotel, Gold Coast, Australia, on 12-15th July 2015.

Browse the programme

The programme is live so take a look now. Keynote speakers include: Professor David Haddleton, Dr Elodie Bourgeat-Lami and Professor Zhibo Li.

Submit your abstract

There are a range of themes covering many areas of polymer research running throughout the symposium, so check out the themes and submit your abstract now.

Register

Registration is NOW OPEN. Register before 13th March for the Early Bird discount. Sign up for what is sure to be another stimulating polymer science forum in 2015.

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Polymer Chemistry Insight day at Warwick University

Last week, Nicola Wise and Liz Dunn from the Polymer Chemistry Editorial Office travelled to the University of Warwick to attend ‘Polymer Chemistry Insight day: Healthcare to Solar Cells’, a one-day symposium hosted by The Polymer Club.

Polymer Chemistry Editorial Board at The Polymer Club meeting

The Polymer Chemistry Editorial Board at Polymer Chemistry Insight day: Healthcare to Solar Cells

The event, which took place on the 22nd May 2014, featured talks from international experts encompassing all aspects and applications of polymer chemistry, from nanomedicine to photovoltaics. Speakers included Polymer Chemistry Editorial Board members Sebastien Perrier, Brent Sumerlin, Heather Maynard, Christopher Barner-Kowollik, Wei You, Eva Harth, Ben Zhong Tang and Bin Liu.

The Polymer Club was launched in 2013 by Warwick Polymer Chemistry to promote research and education in the areas of polymer and colloid chemistry by bringing together academic groups from Warwick University and industries with an interest in polymer and colloid science worldwide. Find out more here.

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4th Zing Polymer Chemistry Conference

The 4th Zing Polymer Chemistry Conference will be held on 10 – 13 December 2014 in Riviera Maya, Mexico, venue to be confirmed.

The field of polymer chemistry has experienced rapid growth over the last decade as a result of the expansion of synthetic techniques that have facilitated the realization of previously inaccessible materials. Macromolecules with complex structures and a diverse array of functionality can now be prepared with controlled molecular weights and precise architectures. Advances in the area of polymer physical chemistry and characterization have generated new insight into the structure-reactivity and structure-property relationships that govern the preparation and applications of new polymeric materials. The conference will focus on recent developments in the area of polymer synthesis and characterization and the application of polymeric materials in a variety of fields, including medicine and medical devices, smart materials, coatings, personal care products, structural materials, and many other areas. Researchers in polymer chemistry, materials science, chemical engineering, biomedical engineering and all others interested in learning more about the fundamental chemical principles governing polymer properties and behavior are encouraged to attend.

Abstract submission can be found here
Talk Consideration Deadline: 20th August 2014……..Poster Submission Deadline: 19th September 2014

For more information regarding this conference please see here.

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Polymer Chemistry Insight day: Healthcare to Solar Cells

On Thursday 22nd May 2014, the Warwick Polymer Club will be hosting a one-day international meeting ‘Polymer Chemistry: Healthcare to Solar Cells‘.
Held at the University of Warwick, this is an excellent opportunity to hear talks from international experts in the field of polymer chemistry, including:
  • Sebastien Perrier (University of Warwick)
  • Brent Summerlin (University of Florida)
  • Professor Wenping Hu (ICCAS, Beijing)
  • Professor Heather Maynard (UCLA)
  • Professor Christopher Barner-Kowollik (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT))
  • Professor Wei You (University of North Carolina)
  • Professor Eva Harth (Vanderbilt University)
  • Professor Benzhong Tang (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST))

Topics will cover the latest developments in the sector in all aspects of healthcare to solar cells, ranging from therapeutic aspects/nanomedicine to OPV’s/conducting polymers.

Better yet, the event is FREE to attend! And, if required, overnight accommodation is available in the University’s award winning on-campus conference accommodation.

To attend, please register on the Polymer Club website. More information about the event and speaker biographies are also available here.
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10th International Conference on Advanced Polymers via Macromolecular Engineering 2013 Poster Prize winner

A huge congratulations to Alexander Hähnel who was awarded the Polymer Chemistry Poster Prize at the 10th International Conference on Advanced Polymers via Macromolecular Engineering (APME 2013). The conference took place from the 18 – 22 August 2013 in Durham, UK and was was sponsored by Polymer Chemistry and Soft Matter.

Poster Prize winners

(from left to right) Prize winners: Oğuz Türünç (Ghent University), Alexander Haehnel (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), John Finnegan (University of Bristol)

APME 2013 focussed on the recent advances in polymer chemistry, polymer synthesis and polymer characterisation; further details about the conference can be found by taking a look at their website.

Fancy submitting an article to Polymer Chemistry? Then why not submit to us today!

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Poster prize winners at the 2013 International Symposium on Stimuli-Responsive Materials

Many congratulations to the winners at the 2013 International Symposium on Stimuli-Responsive Materials! 

Chosen by an independent panel, the winners were: Akira Matsumoto (Institute of Biomaterials and Bioengineering at Tokyo Medical and Dental University) for the Journal of Materials Chemistry A, B & C poster prize, Justin Poelma for Polymer Chemistry and Saemi Oh for Soft Matter (University of California, Santa Barbara). 

The symposium which focuses on the field of stimuli-responsive materials from academia, industry, and government took place in October (20 – 22) this year at the Hilton Sonoma Wine Country in Santa Rosa, CA and was co-sponsored by the Royal Society of Chemistry. 

Akira Matsumoto

Akira Matsumoto receiving his poster prize for Journal of Materials Chemistry A, B, C

Justin Poelma

Justin Poelma receiving his prize for Polmer Chemistry

Saemi Oh winning the Soft Matter poster prize

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PPC 2013:Polymer Chemistry poster prize winners!

Polymer Chemistry was delighted to award three Poster Prizes at the 13th Pacific Polymer Conference, held in Kaoshiung, Taiwan between 17-22nd November 2013. The winners were:

Daisuke Aoki
‘Synthesis and Characterization of Rotaxane-Linked Graft Polymers’

Hua Deng
‘The Electrical Property-Strain Sensing Behavior of CPCs Based on Polyurethane’

Chieh-Cheng Huang
‘Hypoxia-Induced Therapeutic Neovascularization in A Mouse Model of An Ischemic Limb Using Cell Aggregates Composed of HUVECs and cbMSCs’

Congratulations to all three winners!

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IPST2013: International Polymer Conference, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

The Innovation in Polymer Science and Technology 2013 (IPST2013) was held in Yogyakarta, Indonesia on October 7 – 10, 2013 and organised by the Indonesian Polymer Association (HPI). It was attended by more than 250 participants from over 20 countries; presenting about 200 paper works consisting of 102 oral and 108 poster presentations, including 7 plenary speakers, and 24 keynote speakers. To date, this event was the biggest international polymer conference, organised by the Indonesian Polymer Association.

IPST2013

The conference was officially opened by the representative of Indonesian government, the Ministry of Research and Technology of Indonesia. The Indonesian Polymer Association presented a 2013 HPI award to Dr. M. Sugandi (a former of the HPI’s chair) for her lifetime contributions in polymer research as well as in the polymer society in Indonesia. The best student posters were awarded to 5 students: Arum Patriati (Indonesia), Shih Ming Chang (Taiwan), Emiko Ohara (Japan), Ayami Nagayama (Japan), and Koay Seong Chun (Malaysia). Zainon Othman (Malaysia) and Firman Kurniawansyah (Indonesia) were awarded the best oral presentation prize.

The IPST2013 was officially closed by Ms. Eniya L. Dewi, the chair of the IPST2013 and ICFCHT2013. The next conference will take place in 2016 (IPST2016) and will be held in Padang, West Sumatera, Indonesia. We look forward to seeing you there!

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UPDATE – Challenges in Organic Materials & Supramolecular Chemistry (ISACS10)

 

Early Bird Deadline – 17 May 2013
Don’t forget that the early bird deadline for Challenges in Organic Materials and Supramolecular Chemistry (ISACS10) is this Friday. Make sure you register for this significant conference before Friday 17 May 2013 to guarantee your place at the reduced fee.

Programme Live
We are pleased to announce that the ISACS10 programme is now available to view online. Take a look at the schedule for the entire conference and discover stimulating lecture titles which span all five themes of the event.
For full details on Challenges in Organic Materials & Supramolecular Chemistry (ISACS10), please visit the dedicated website.

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