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7th International Conference and Exhibition on Polymer Chemistry & Biopolymers, will be organized around the theme “Building for the Future in Polymer Advances”

Polymer Congress 2020 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Polymer Congress 2020

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Polymer characterization is the analytical branch of polymer science which includes determining molecular weight distribution, the molecular structure, the morphology of the polymer, thermal properties, mechanical properties, and any additives of Polymeric materials. Polymer characterization is done with a variety of experimental approaches.

  • Track 1-1Polymer molecular weight of characterization
  • Track 1-2Spectroscopy methods of characterization
  • Track 1-3Thermo-analytical methods of characterization
  • Track 1-4Microscopy methods of characterization
  • Track 1-5Mechanical properties methods of characterization
  • Track 1-6Organometallic compounds studies

Today, polymer are commonly used in thousands of products as plastics, elastomers, coating, and adhesive, no wonder polymer are found in everything from compact discs to high-tech aerospace application. Polymer testing, consultancy for plastics and additives with applications includes aerospace, electronics, packaging, automotive and medical devices.

  • Track 2-1Application of polymer In space
  • Track 2-2Application of polymer In ocean
  • Track 2-3Application of polymer In agriculture
  • Track 2-4Application of polymer In electronics
  • Track 2-5Application of polymer In medical dental
  • Track 2-6Application of Polymer In automobile
  • Track 2-7Application of Polymer civil engineering

Mainly Polymers are composed of compounds of carbon, hydrogen and hydrocarbons. These are specifically made of carbon atoms bonded together, into long chains and one to the next other that are called the backbone of the polymer. Whereas the Functional polymers are those contains functional groups that have a greater polarity or reactivity than a classic hydrocarbon chain which improves their segregation, or reactivity.

Physical properties of a polymer, such as its strength, flexibility, reactivity, Good corrosion resistance, lose dimensional tolerances, Poor tensile strength and transparency or in different colours depends on Chain length, Side groups, functional group attached and Cross-linking.

  • Track 3-1Polymer molecular weight of characterization
  • Track 3-2Anionic polymerization
  • Track 3-3Cationic polymerization
  • Track 3-4Free-radical polymerization
  • Track 3-5Co-ordinate polymerization
  • Track 3-6End-functionalized polymers
  • Track 3-7Interchain polymer formation

Polymer synthesis, also called polymerization, polymer synthesis occurs via a variety of reaction mechanisms that vary in complexity due to functional groups present in reacting compounds and their inherent steric effects. Both synthetic and natural polymer are created via polymerization of many small molecules, known as monomers,

Coupling of monomers using their multiple bonds is known as addition polymerization coupling of monomers by reaction in which two molecules are covalently bonded to each other through loss of a water molecule is called as condensation polymerization

  • Track 4-1Emulsion polymerization
  • Track 4-2Radical polymerization
  • Track 4-3Condensation polymer
  • Track 4-4Addition polymer
  • Track 4-5Chemical modification of polymers
  • Track 5-1 Supramolecular chemistry
  • Track 5-2 Quantum physics
  • Track 5-3Solid-state physics
  • Track 5-4Crystallographic materials
  • Track 5-5Petrochemical industries

Now we are at the beginning of new era of science that explores the behavior of material at their bottom, set new areas in technical applications of polymeric materials, and expose immense opportunities in the enactment and application of materials. Nanotechnology has currently acknowledged an exceptional interest of researchers, technology incubators and commercial organizations to step headfirst in introducing the materials containing nanocomposite structure and new performance standards.

Other areas include polymer-based biomaterials, nanoparticle drug delivery, layer-by-layer self-assembled polymer films, miniemulsion particles, imprint lithography, polymer blends, fuel cell electrode polymer bound catalysts, electrospun nanofibers, and Nano-composites

  • Track 6-1Clay-based polymer nanocomposites
  • Track 6-2Nanocomposite formation: exfoliation
  • Track 6-3Application of novel polymeric nanoparticles
  • Track 6-4Polymer–nanoshell composites for photothermally drug delivery
  • Track 6-5Carbon nanofiber and carbon nanoparticles
  • Track 6-6Polymer matrix based nanocomposites

Biopolymers are the types of polymers that are produced by living organisms. In other words they are also know as polymeric biomolecules. Biopolymers are generated from renewable sources and they are easily biodegradable because of the oxygen and nitrogen atoms originate in their structural backbone

It is a biodegradable chemical compound that is observed as the most organic compound in the ecosphere. Biopolymer are primarily divided into two types, one is produced from living organisms and another is obtained from renewable resources but require polymerization

  • Track 7-1Sugar based Biopolymers
  • Track 7-2Biopolymers based on Synthetic materials
  • Track 7-3Biopolymer Environmental Benefits
  • Track 7-4Cellulose and Starch based Biopolymers

Bio-plastics are a form of plastic derived from renewable biomass source, such as vegetable oil, corn-starch, potato-starch rather than fossil-fuel plastics which are derived from petroleum

bio plastics are biodegradable materials that come from renewable sources and can be used to lessen the problem of plastic waste that is suffocating the planet and polluting the environment. Bioplastics are made through different processes. Some use a microorganism to process base materials, such as vegetable oils, acids, cellulose, starches and alcohols. Bioplastics were mainly established in an effort to discovery a replacement for conventional plastics

  • Track 8-1Polynucleotides, polypeptides & polysaccharides
  • Track 8-2Automotive and construction industries

Synthetic polymers are those which are human-made polymers. Synthetic polymers are those which consists of repeated structural units called as monomers. Synthetic polymers are sometimes referred as “plastics”, of which the well-known ones are nylon and polyethylene. There are various synthetic polymers developed so far such as Nylon, Polyvinyl Chloride, Low-Density Polyethylene Polypropylene.

Natural polymers occur in nature and can be extracted, The human body contains many natural polymers, such as proteins and nucleic acids. Cellulose, another natural polymer  Some of the Natural polymers includes  DNA and RNA, Natural polymers are very much significant in all the life processes of all the living organisms.

  • Track 9-1Reduce, reuse and recycle synthetic polymers
  • Track 9-2Synthetic Bakelite & Synthetic fiber
  • Track 9-3Proteins and polypeptides
  • Track 9-4Proteins and polypeptides
  • Track 9-5Polysaccharides from plant origin cellulose
  • Track 9-6Starch properties and composition
  • Track 9-7Polyesters used in pharmaceutical blister packaging

Proteins are linear polymers built of monomer units so-called amino acids. The construction of a vast array of macromolecules or polymer structure from a limited number of monomer building blocks is a recurring theme in biochemistry. The function of a protein is directly dependent on its three dimensional structure unusually, proteins spontaneously wrinkle up into three-dimensional structures that are determined by the sequence of amino acids in the protein polymer. Thus, proteins are the embodiment of the evolution from the one-dimensional world of arrangement to the three-dimensional world of molecules capable of diverse activities.

Proteins comprise of a wide range of functional groups. These functional groups include alcohols, carboxylic acids, thiols, thioethers, carboxamides, and variety of basic groups. For instance, the chemical reactivity associated with these groups is essential to the function of enzymes, the proteins that catalyse specific chemical reactions in biological systems

  • Track 10-1Schematic models of biochemical polymers
  • Track 10-2Sequence-controlled polymers
  • Track 10-3Polymer microfluidic chips for biochemical analyses
  • Track 10-4Enzymes for the bio functionalization
  • Track 10-5Synthetic polyester-hydrolyzing enzymes
  • Track 10-6Impact-resistant medical devices
  • Track 11-1Petrochemical-based products
  • Track 11-2Erosion of biodegradable bulk-eroding polymers
  • Track 11-3Disposable packaging materials
  • Track 11-4Biodegradability and Toxicology
  • Track 11-5Bioresorbable polymers for medical applications
  • Track 11-6Degradation using non-invasive fluorescence imaging
  • Track 12-1Electrochemistry and Optical activity of polymers
  • Track 12-2Crystallization of polymeric Materials
  • Track 12-3Oligomeric compounds & Applications
  • Track 12-4Macromolecular chemistry
  • Track 12-5Reticular chemistry and frameworks
  • Track 13-1Medical Device and Pharmaceutical Testing
  • Track 13-2Dental polymer & dendrimers
  • Track 13-3Biomedical hydrogels and applications
  • Track 13-4Implanted polymers for drug delivery
  • Track 13-5Polymers in diagnostics
  • Track 14-1Optical moulding and product finishing processes
  • Track 14-2Optical moulding and product finishing processes
  • Track 14-3Applications of Polymers in Optics
  • Track 14-4Applications of Polymers in Laser
  • Track 14-5Applications of Polymers as Fibers
  • Track 14-6Thermoplastic elastomers
  • Track 15-1Recycling of plastic waste by density separation
  • Track 15-2Pyrolysis: thermal cracking of polymers