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4th Edition of International Conference on Polymer Science and Technology, will be organized around the theme “Delve into the Recent Findings and Advents in the Field of Polymer Science”

Euro Polymer Science 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Euro Polymer Science 2018

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Polymer Industry Market 

Polymer ultimatum in Europe The European polymer market has long been recognized amongst the world leaders. It is currently facing apparently constraining maturity in the West and the question is now, of how to add value throughout the supply chain. Central Europe is seeing increasing investment in industrialized and plastic processing, with many countries profiting from free access to the single market coupled with a low production costs. Russia and the former Soviet Union Republics still have masses of unfulfilled potential, deteriorated by poor republics relations and economics. The smaller states in the region are experiencing a quick expansion of technological capability which offers great opportunities, however at the same time, threatens long established markets in the west. The European market is huge and diverse and despite increasing globalization, opportunities are present in today’s climate. Without high quality data it is difficult to plan future investments and marketing strategies. AMI’s latest report provides detailed statistical analysis of where growth opportunities lie and the nature of the industry. This report will assist any company wishing to better understand the European plastics industry

AMI's 2015 European Plastics Industry Report, European polymer markets are forecast to grow by 1.3% this year, building on a recovery of less than 1% for 2014. However, even this modest gain is under risk from the region's tight supply for many materials and rapidly rising prices.As a result the European plastics industry in 2015 finds itself in another period of upheaval and change as it looks to pull out of the stagnation caused first by the Great Recession in 2008-2009 and then by the Eurozone crisis 2012-2013. In the two years since AMI published its last review, in 2013, demand has barely shifted from just over 36 million tones and the volume of polymers consumed in 2014 was still some 10% below that used in 2007 before the Great Recession hit.

  

  • Track 1-1Polymer market segmented by application for the year 2018
  • Track 1-2Polymer market by region
  • Track 1-3Polymer market by type of polymer
  • Track 1-4Trend, Profit, and Forecast Analysis

 polymer science and technology

Polymers offer extent opportunities towards newer applications in industrial science important areas. There is a great prerequisite, to have an intrinsic approach towards this compatible relationship of polymers and their performance. Before go in to brief description of polymer we now look in to outlook of the polymer science. Polymer has been with us from the beginning of time they form the very basic building blocks of life. Starting from animals, plants and human beings all classes of living organisms are composed of polymers .the term polymer is derived from Greek its nothing but ‘many parts’. Polymer is long chain molecule made up of small particles called monomers. It is also called as macromolecule polymer is a raw material which we used to call as plastic. Which is true man-made materials.as we shall see in subsequent discussions the use of polymeric materials has permeated every facet of our lives.it is hard to imagine today’s world with all its luxury and comfort without man-made polymeric industries

 

  • Track 2-1Classification of polymer based upon the mechanism of polymerization
  • Track 2-2Advance in polymer science
  • Track 2-3Application of polymer
  • Track 2-4Polymer processing
  • Track 2-5Nomenclature
  • Track 2-6Chemical structure and thermal transition
  • Track 2-7Molecular weight distribution
  • Track 2-8Geometric Isomerism
  • Track 2-9Copolymer

Polymer chemistry

Polymer chemistry is a chemistry branch which deals with structures and their properties.it is also known as macromolecular chemistry. Processing of macromolecule is called as polymer . Polymer chemistry also deals with problems related to Medicine, Biology, Biochemistry and Material Science; however, Polymer Chemists focus on synthetic organic polymers due to their commercial importance. It is all about analysing how the monomers merge to generate useful substances with the desired features by manipulating their molecular structure, the composition, and applying chemical and processing techniques that can impact the properties of the final product

 

  • Track 3-1Macromolecular structure and function
  • Track 3-2Novel synthetic and polymerization methods
  • Track 3-3Reactions and chemistry of polymers
  • Track 3-4Synthesis and application of novel polymers for bio-Nano medicine
  • Track 3-5Higher- order polymer structure
  • Track 3-6Developing trends in polymer chemistry

Polymer physics

Polymer physics is a interdisciplinary of physics which deals with polymers, their fluctuations, mechanical properties, polymer structures and also with the kinetics.it includes theory and experimental behavior of polymeric solution The analytical approach for polymer physics is based on an similarity between a polymer and either a Brownian motion, or other type of a random walk, the self-avoiding walk. The simplest desirable polymer model is presented by the ideal chain, corresponding to a simple random walk. These fact-finding methods also helped the mathematical modeling of polymers and even for a better understanding of the properties of polymers.

 

  • Track 4-1Polymer dynamics
  • Track 4-2Polymer for energy
  • Track 4-3Kinetics,Thermodynamics and Multi-scale modeling
  • Track 4-4Graphene and energy materials
  • Track 4-5Mining and Metallurgy
  • Track 4-6MEMS(micro electro mechanical system)

Biopolymers

Polymeric biomolecules” or the Biopolymers are polymers fabricated by living organisms. Polynucleotides, Nucleotides and Polypeptides are the three main classes of polymers those are called long polymers.it also have short polymer of amino acids and polysaccharides which are frequently linear bonded polymeric carbohydrate structures for examples: rubber, suberin, melanin and lignin.

Structure of the biopolymer has a well- defined. The difference between biopolymer and synthetic polymer can be found in their structure .compare to biopolymer synthetic polymer has much simplest structure. This fact shows to a molecular mass distribution that is missing in biopolymers. All biopolymers are alike That they all contain the similar sequences and numbers of monomers and thus all have the same mass. 

 

  • Track 5-1Sources and preparation of biopolymers
  • Track 5-2Different characterization techniques
  • Track 5-3Different classes of biopolymers
  • Track 5-4Frequently studied biopolymers
  • Track 5-5Applications of biopolymers

Polymer Rheology     

The study of flow of matter is known as Rheology basically in a liquid state, but also responds for  "soft solids" or solids like plastic flow rather than deforming elastically in response to applied force. It is a department of physics which deals with the deformation and flow of materials, both solids and liquids. Rheology generally accounts for the behavior of non-Newtonian fluids, by distinguish the minimum number of functions that are needed to relate stresses with rate of change of strain or strain rates. Rheometry is experimental characterization of a material's rheological behaviour .In execution, rheology is principally concerned with prolong continuum mechanics to characterize flow of materials, that indicates a combination of elastic, viscous and plastic behavior by properly combining elasticity and (Newtonian) fluid mechanics. Rheology has amny application in polymer science and engineering, pharmaceutics,biology and physiology.

 

  • Track 6-1Visual and measurable phonemena
  • Track 6-2Relaxation time and Dimensionless number
  • Track 6-3Linear voscoelastic properties
  • Track 6-4 Elongational viscosity
  • Track 6-5Flow viscosity and noemal stress
  • Track 6-6Shear thining
  • Track 6-7Normal stress

Nanomaterial and nanotechnology                                   

In  nanomaterial and nanotechnology the term ‘Nano’ is derived from the Greek ‘Nanos ‘which is known as extremely small particle. Basically nanomaterial is material with dimensions on the nano-scale.structure at Nano-scale has unique optical, electronic, or mechanical properties. Actually nanomaterial’s cover huge areas of materials of materials, many of which we would not normally consider to be particularly revolutionary. Because nature is full of nanomaterial’s and Nano-structure. Nanotechnology is the engineering of operative  systems at the molecular scale. This covers both present work and concepts that are more advanced. In this real world today the nanotechnology has ability to bulid products using techniques and equipments to produce completly high performance products. The idea that seeded  nanotechnology were first discussed in 1959 by renowned physicist Richard Feynman in his talk There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom in which it explained about  the possibility of synthesis via direct manipulation of atoms

 

 

  • Track 7-1Synthesis of nanomaterial and properties
  • Track 7-2Physicochemical characterization
  • Track 7-3Optical design and simulation
  • Track 7-4Microfabrication
  • Track 7-5Optical microfabrication
  • Track 7-6Development of catalytic process
  • Track 7-7Nanofabrication thin and film
  • Track 7-8Medical nanotechnology
  • Track 7-9Nanobiotechnology

Polymer Engineering

Polymer Engineering is a sub discipline of the polymer science basically it focusing on the development of new product .Its also covers details of the polymerization structure petrochemical industry and characterization of polymers, properties of polymers, compounding and processing of polymers and description of major polymers, structure property relations and applications. Polymer engineers use the theory of thermodynamics, plant design, process design, and transport phenomena to develop new products. Polymer engineers can oversee the production process of plastics and other polymers as well.

 

  • Track 8-1Colligative properties
  • Track 8-2Aerospace
  • Track 8-3Reaction initiators
  • Track 8-4Petrochemicals
  • Track 8-5Ziegler-natta cataysts

Ceramic and composite materials

Ceramics and composite materials are the sub discipline of material science.it contains compounds which includes ionic and covalent bonds to form a material with high modulus and hardness, high thermal expansion, high melting point and corrosion resistance. Because these materials may be breakable, toughness fracture is also an important mechanical property. Composites are made up of two or more materials with different mechanical properties that produce a desired set of properties when combined. Advanced ceramic and composite materials are applied to many,automotive industries, renewable or alternative energy,electronics, healthcare, and aerospace. By using scanning electron microscopy(SEM) microstructure of ceramic material is characterized.

 

  • Track 9-1Ceramic fibers
  • Track 9-2Matrix deposition from a gas phase
  • Track 9-3Matrix forming via pyrolysis of C and si containing polymer
  • Track 9-4Matrix forming via chemical reaction
  • Track 9-5Matrix forming via electrophoresis
  • Track 9-6Basic mechanism and mechanical properties
  • Track 9-7Corrosion properties
  • Track 9-8Application of ceramic

Radiation-Related Polymer

Polymer Materials Radiation Processing and its Industrial Applications systematically explains the materialistic viable ways to process and shows how radiation-process used polymeric materials in industrial products. Either by conventional chemical means or by exposure to ionization radiation from ether radioactive sources or highly accelerated electrons the modifications in polymeric structure of plastic material are made. Increased utilization of electron beams for reconstruction and magnification of polymer materials has been in particular witnessed over the past 40 years. The electrical properties of polymers present almost limitless scope for industrial research and development. Applications of organic electronic devices are in displays, photovoltaic, sensors, logic, lighting and radio-frequency identification tags. By 2018 Their market is predicted to be more than $44 billion globally .

 

  • Track 10-1Radiation-sensitive and radiation-stabilized polymers
  • Track 10-2Polymers for microwave absorption
  • Track 10-3Degradation
  • Track 10-4Electro-optics and nonlinear optics
  • Track 10-5Dielectric, ferroelectric and electric applications of polymers
  • Track 10-6 Photo-electro conductive polymers

Applications of Polymer Science

In todays world people can’t survive without the applications of polymer they play a vital role in our day to day life .Polymers are a highly distinct  class of materials which are available in all fields of technology from avionics through drug delivery system, bio-sensor devices, Holography, 3D printing, tissue engineering, cosmetics etc. and the usage and improvement of these depends on polymer applications .due to their below average cost and ease to manufacture the application of polymeric materials and their composites are increased .This in turn fuels further development in research.which include of bio plastics substances for medical, dental and pharmaceutical use have hovered on the front lines for years.gelatin based capsules which are naturally dissolve in digestive tract are made up of animal or vegetable matter, which do not require manual removal after healing, are regularly used to suture wounds and surgical incisions.

 

  • Track 11-1Molding
  • Track 11-2Extrusion
  • Track 11-3Film blowing
  • Track 11-4Coating
  • Track 11-5Aircrafts, space vehicles
  • Track 11-6Automobiles,clothing,electronics
  • Track 11-7Machined parts,construction
  • Track 11-8Marine structure and vehicles
  • Track 11-9Bullet proof clothing
  • Track 11-10Aircraft weight reduction

Recent inovations  in Polymer Science and Technologies

Polymers are the one of the modern man-made substance that can be used as matrix for fabrication of composites and Nano composites they can integrate a wide range of products like carbon ,ceramic and metals in the form of fibers which improves physical and chemical properties of the polymer. Coming from medical to electrical the polymers are created so many research and developments.

 

  • Track 12-1International technology roadmap for semiconductors
  • Track 12-2Scanning probe microscopes
  • Track 12-3Giant magnetoresistive effect
  • Track 12-4Semiconductor lasers and LEDs
  • Track 12-5National nanotechnology initiative
  • Track 12-6Carbon fiber reinforced plastics
  • Track 12-7Materials for Li ion batteries
  • Track 12-8Carbon nanotubes
  • Track 12-9Soft lithography
  • Track 12-10Metamaterials

Polymers and the Environment

Today The conventional polymer materials are available , exclusively the plastics, which is the result for decades of evolution. utilization of raw materials and energy, as well as of waste release the production is extremely efficient .These products show an excellent property like to water and  high mechanical strength to microorganisms, it is low-cost due to manufacturing scale ,low density especially for transporting goods and process optimization. However, some of their most useful features, the chemical, physical and biological inertness, and durability resulted in their accumulation in the environment if not recycled. Unfortunately, the build-up of plastics, along with other materials, is becoming a serious worry for all countries in the world. These materials occupy significant volume in landfills and dumps today. Recently, the presences of huge amounts of plastic waste items are dumped into the oceans has been observed, from  different sources like streets, going through the drains with the rain, and then going into the rivers and lakes, and then to the oceans. Those materials are harmful for living organism and it can affect the ecosystem too. So, these wastes should be recycled or managed under systematic method. As it leads , there is a very strong and irreversible movement, in all countries of the world, to use materials that do not harm the planet, that is, low environmental impact materials.

 

  • Track 13-1Overview of the fate of polymeric wastes
  • Track 13-2Polymer degradation
  • Track 13-3Biodegradable polymers
  • Track 13-4Oxo-biodegradable polymers
  • Track 13-5Non-biodegradable polymers derived from renewable resources

Polymer Science – The Next Generation

The leading anxieties for humans in the future will be energy resources, food, health, mobility & infrastructure and communication. in the upcoming decades the notable challenges will be the population that is increasing gradually, the concentration of people in expansive urban centers, globalization and the expected change of climate. undoubtedly 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. sustainable, green,, energy-efficient, high low-priced ,quality , etc. will assure the availability of the finest solutions round the globe.since a lomg time Synthetic polymers have played a relatively important role in current medicinal practice. Successfully using synthetic polymer many devices in medicine and even some artificial organs are made and smart polymers for microfluidics and Self-healing and reprocessable. In various industrial applications polymer systems have been employed. to preserve energy and improve renewable energy technologies polymer science can be applied..

 

 

  • Track 14-1Polymeric solar cell
  • Track 14-23D printing
  • Track 14-3Self healing and reprocessable polymer system
  • Track 14-4Smart/responsive polymers
  • Track 14-5Functional polymeric materials
  • Track 14-6Recent advances in shape memory polymer