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Polymer chemists’ study large, complex molecules (polymers) that are enhance from many smaller (sometimes repeating) units. They study how the smaller building blocks (monomers) incorporate, and create useful materials with specific characteristics by manipulating the molecular structure of the monomers/polymers used, the composition of the monomer/polymer consolidation, and applying chemical and processing techniques that can, to a large extent, affect the properties of the final product. Polymer chemists are different within the chemistry community because their understanding of the relationship between structure and property spans from the molecular scale to the macroscopic scale.


  • Track 1-1Techniques
  • Track 1-2Polymer science
  • Track 1-3Polymer Physics and Characterization
  • Track 1-4Classification
  • Track 1-5Polymers and their properties

Polymer scientists has been created a different farming methodology research in the development of biodegradable polymers, which could find enormous applications in the area of medical science. Today, different biopolymers have been prepared and utilized in different biomedical applications. Despite the apparent proliferation of biopolymers in medical science, the science and technology of biopolymers is still in its early stages of development. Tremendous window exists and will remain to exist for the penetration of biopolymers in every facet of medical science through intensive research and development. Therefore, this chapter addresses various polymerization methods and techniques employed for the preparation of biopolymers. The emphasis is on the properties of biopolymers, synthetic protocols, and their biomedical applications. In order to make the useful biomedical devices from the polymers to meet the demands of medical science, various processing techniques employed for the development of devices have been discussed.

  • Track 2-1Recent Developments in Polymer Synthesis
  • Track 2-2Stereochemistry of Polymers
  • Track 2-3Polymer Design and Reaction
  • Track 2-4Polymer Synthesis and Reactions
  • Track 2-5Chemistry of Industrial Polymers

Polymer engineering is part of the growing field of materials engineering that focuses on plastics and other polymers. Read about degrees available, job options and salaries in this field Smart Materials. Polymer engineering majors require lots of math and science courses, including polymer chemistry, physics and calculus. Core courses may include thermodynamics, statics and material strength, polymer production and technology, polymer properties, polymer analysis and polymer processing. During a capstone course, you'll create an original polymer engineering project. A general materials engineering program usually includes some of the same courses, but also covers other materials, such as ceramics and metals.

  • Track 3-1Functional Polymers
  • Track 3-2Polymer Nanocomposite
  • Track 3-3Applied Polymer Science & Polymeric Materials
  • Track 3-4Advances in Macromolecular Science and Engineering
  • Track 3-5Plastic Engineering, Plastics-Materials and Processing Technology

Polymer Technology works with properties and estimation of polymeric materials properties, such as mechanical properties and life length prediction. A major part of our work is the base for certification of products for use in different areas, from packages to buildings.

Polymer Technology deals with plastics in many different aspects. We evaluate the mechanical properties of polymeric materials and products durability in their environment of use.

  • Track 4-1Polymer Rheology
  • Track 4-2Optoelectronic Polymers
  • Track 4-3Electrochemical Engineering
  • Track 4-4Conjugated Microporous polymer
  • Track 4-5Bio-catalysis in Polymer Chemistry
  • Track 4-6Next Generation Bioelectronics

Nanotechnology is one of the popular areas for current research and development in basically all technical disciplines. This obviously includes Polymer Nanotechnology which includes microelectronics (which could now be referred to as nanomaterial). Other platforms include polymer-based biomaterials, Nano medicine, Nano emulsion particles; fuel cell electrode polymer bound catalysts, layer-by-layer self-assembled polymer films, electro spun nanofabrication, imprint lithography, polymer blends and Nano composites. Phase separated polymer blends often achieve Nano scale phase dimensions; block copolymer domain morphology is usually at the Nano scale level; asymmetric membranes often have Nano scale void structure, mini emulsion particles In the large field of Nanotechnology, polymer matrix based Nano composites have become a prominent area of current research and development. Study of polymers nanotechnology target on endeavor to design materials at a molecular level to achieve desirable properties and applications at a macroscopic level.

  • Track 5-1Nanopolymers and Nanotechnology
  • Track 5-2Nanoporous Materials and their Applications
  • Track 5-3Polymer Nanocomposites
  • Track 5-4Polymer Nanostructures

Polymer Technology have recasted the department of material science increasing the use of polymer-based substances from building materials to Packing materials, Fancy decoration articles, Electrical engineering, Communications, Automobile, Aircraft's, etc.

Polymer Technology carved a niche in the fields of electronics and electrical materials, textiles, aerospace industry, automobile industry, etc. She has been able to tailor the industry needs to suit the specifications provided.

  • Track 6-1Techniques of Polymerization
  • Track 6-2Polymer Rheology and Polymer Morphology
  • Track 6-3Recent Advances in Polymer Science
  • Track 6-4Addition Polymerization or Chain-Growth Polymerization

Inorganic polymers stationed on alumina and silica polysialate units were synthesized from dehydroxylated aluminosilicate clay (metakaolinite) condensed with sodium silicate in a highly alkaline environment. Combination of the aluminosilicate with alkali polysilicates yields polymeric Si–O–Al three-dimensional structures with charge-balancing positive ions such as hydrated Na+ in the framework cavities. A statistical study of the effect on the polymerisation process of the molar ratio of the component oxides and the water content of the mixture showed the latter to be a critical parameter.

  • Track 7-1Inorganic Polymer Synthesis
  • Track 7-2Cell-Free Protein Synthesis
  • Track 7-3Protein Biosynthesis
  • Track 7-4Biopolymer Synthesis
  • Track 7-5Coordination Polymerization
  • Track 7-6Polyaddition
  • Track 7-7Polycondensation
  • Track 7-8Ionic Polymerization
  • Track 7-9Free-radical Polymerization
  • Track 7-10DNA Synthesis

Materials as a field is most frequently represented by ceramics, metals, and polymers. Improvements have taken place in the department of ceramics and metals, it is the field of polymers that has experienced an explosion in progress. Polymers have gone from being cheap substitutes for natural products to providing high-quality options for a wide variety of applications. Further advances and breakthroughs supporting the economy can be expected in the coming years.

  • Track 8-1Blow Molding, Thermoforming and Rotomoulding
  • Track 8-2Extrusion and extrusion processes
  • Track 8-3Fiber, Films, and Membranes
  • Track 8-4Injection Moulding
  • Track 8-5Mixing and Compounding
  • Track 8-6Morphology and Structural Development
  • Track 8-7Cross Linked Polymers

Synthetic and natural polymers (biopolymers) are frequently used in tissue engineering because of valuable properties e.g. biocompatibility, biodegradability, good mechanical properties etc. For these reasons, a lot of current research studies for medicine is focused on this group of materials. Polymers provides feasibility to fulfill the main assumption of regenerative medicine and tissue engineering, which is formation of wholesome tissue in in vivo conditions.

  • Track 9-1Polymers in Medicines
  • Track 9-2Polymers for Stem Cell
  • Track 9-3Biomedical Polymers and Nanomedicines
  • Track 9-4Polymers for Tissue Engineering
  • Track 9-5Biopolymers in Biofibers & Microbial Cellulose
  • Track 9-6Hydrogels used in Biomedical Applications
  • Track 9-7Hydrogels used in Drug Delivery
  • Track 9-8Materials for Healthcare

Biomedical applications, polymers with good biological compatibility (such as Teflon) are also considered as biomaterials, and though, strictly, they are not biopolymers, they will be treated as biomaterials in this chapter. In this way we are led to consider the electret properties of artificial polymers such as Teflon and polysulfonate films which are of importance for biological or medical applications.

  • Track 10-1Biopolymers in Biomedical Applications
  • Track 10-2Biopolymers as Materials
  • Track 10-3Future and Scope of Biopolymers
  • Track 10-4Production and Commercialization of Biopolymers
  • Track 10-5Commercial application of Biopolymers
  • Track 10-6Biodegradable Polymers & Biocomposite Materials
  • Track 10-7Polyhydroxy Alkanoates
  • Track 10-8Green Chemicals
  • Track 10-9Bioplastics

A plastic that experiences biodegradation (a procedure where the corruption results from the activity of normally happening smaller scale life forms, for example, microscopic organisms, growths, and green growth) according to acknowledged industry measures. Starting at 2008, acknowledged industry standard determinations are: ASTM D6400, ASTM D6868, ASTM D7081 or EN 13432.

Bioplastics from normal polymers, straightforwardly removed from biomass: Polysaccharides, Proteins, Bacterial polymers

Thermoplastic and thermosetting bioplastics, by implication created from biomass: Poly (lactic corrosive) and Bio-polyesters, Glyceride based materials from vegetable oils, Materials dependent on polyols separated from biomass.

  • Track 11-1Biodegradable Plastic
  • Track 11-2Industrial applications
  • Track 11-3Multiphase systems

The natural benevolent polymers contain the polymers or their composites which are either biodegradable or biobased (from sustainable assets). Their carbon-nonpartisan lifecycle may lessen the discharge of carbon dioxide and the reliance on oil-based materials, and afterward diminish the human impression on the earth. Because of the worries with the current expanding ecological issues and consumption of oil, it is certainly essential for both scholarly and industry to connect the extraordinary significance to the advancement of the natural inviting polymers materials or "green materials." indeed, the huge accomplishments in this field have been gotten by scientists, physicists, and designers who perceived the significance of growing earth capable materials.

  • Track 12-1Eco-friendly polymers and recycling
  • Track 12-2Biopolymers
  • Track 12-3Polymers for renewable energy
  • Track 12-4Electroactive Polymers
  • Track 12-5Multi-techniques of materials characterization
  • Track 12-6Progress in Polymer Physics
  • Track 12-7Frontiers in Green Materials and Technology

Optoelectronic gadgets are being created at an exceptional rate. Natural light emanating diodes, photovoltaic gadgets and electro-optical modulators are significant to the eventual fate of showcases, photosensors and sunlight-based cells, and correspondence advances. This book subtleties the speculations fundamental the important systems in natural materials and spreads, at an essential dimension, how the natural parts are made.

  • Track 13-1Polymers for Optics, Optoelectronics and Energy Conversion
  • Track 13-2Advances in Polymer and Hybrid Material Technology
  • Track 13-3Hybrid Materials
  • Track 13-4Polymer Informatics
  • Track 13-5Polymer Electronics
  • Track 13-6Structures and Physical Properties of Polymers
  • Track 13-7Polymer Processing
  • Track 13-8High Performance Polymers

Colloid and Polymer Science - a main worldwide diary of longstanding custom - is dedicated to colloid and polymer science and its interdisciplinary cooperation. Accordingly, it reacts to an interest which has lost none of its fact as uncovered in the patterns of contemporary materials science. To empower a compelling and quick dispersal of logical compositions, four classes of commitments are exhibited: - Invited survey articles - Leading commitments - Original commitments - Short correspondences.

  • Track 14-1Processing, Theology and Mechanical Properties
  • Track 14-2Natural and Synthetic Elastomers
  • Track 14-3Polymeric Gels and Soft Matter
  • Track 14-4Polymer Interfaces
  • Track 14-5Polymer Colloids

Useful polymers will be polymers bearing useful gatherings that have a more noteworthy extremity or reactivity than an exemplary hydrocarbon chain. Such materials regularly show improved properties, with respect to their nonfunctional partners, by ideals of upgraded affiliation, isolation, or reactivity. Living anionic polymerization is a flexible and generally utilized strategy for fitting great characterized polymers with at least one in-chain or chain-end utilitarian gatherings. These practical gatherings can be abused in reversible ionic affiliation, chain expansion responses, fanning science, or crosslinking responses.

  • Track 15-1Microplastics
  • Track 15-2Polymer Materials
  • Track 15-3Bio-Related Polymers
  • Track 15-4Polymer Composites
  • Track 15-5Renewable resources and bio-based polymers

A progression of polymers equipped for self-amassing into boundless systems through supramolecular collaborations have been planned, combined, and described for use in 3D printing applications. The biocompatible polymers and their composites with silica nanoparticles were effectively used to store both basic cubic structures, just as a progressively mind boggling contorted pyramidal component. The polymers were observed to be not lethal to a chondrogenic cell line, as indicated by ISO 10993-5 and 10993-12 standard tests and the cells appended to the supramolecular polymers as shown by confocal microscopy. Silica nanoparticles were then scattered inside the polymer grid, yielding a composite material which was upgraded for inkjet printing. The half breed material demonstrated guarantee in starter tests to encourage the 3D statement of a progressively mind-boggling structure.

  • Track 16-1Polymer 3D Printing
  • Track 16-2Supramolecular Polymers
  • Track 16-3Frontiers in Complex Macromolecular Systems
  • Track 16-4Supramolecular Chemistry and Complex Macromolecular Science

Research of cutting-edge materials, polymers and nanotechnology principally centers around endeavors to structure materials at a sub-atomic dimension to accomplish alluring properties and applications at a plainly visible dimension. With this expansive center, inquire about reaches from principal logical examinations of the connections, properties and get together of such sub-atomic constituents to connected, building endeavors that make an interpretation of such central data to cutting edge mechanical advances.

  • Track 17-1Reactive processing
  • Track 17-2Polymer foams
  • Track 17-3Polymer blends and alloys
  • Track 17-4Process modeling and simulations
  • Track 17-5Rheology and Rheometry
  • Track 17-6Rubber and Elastomers
  • Track 17-7Process Monitoring, Control and Sensors
  • Track 17-8Polymers in all-solid-state batteries
  • Track 17-9Zeolites, metal-organic and porous polymers

Arrangement and substance plan of systems and gels: controlled polymerization strategies, natural and natural inorganic systems and gels, miniaturized scale and Nano composites, biopolymer gels, combination of mixture frameworks with biopolymer themes, physical gels, response.

Gelation, arrange development, and properties: structure changes during gelation and system development; static and dynamic properties, swelling balance and elements, gel condition of issue: from fluids to solids on schedule/temperature scales; recreation.

Polymer systems and gels at work/administration: gels in life sciences, controlled medication discharge and focusing on, responsive gels in biomedical and indicative applications, gel builds, contact focal points and eye gadgets, systems and gels from inexhaustible assets.

  • Track 18-1Inhomogeneous Network Formation
  • Track 18-2Networks with Gaussian Behavior
  • Track 18-3Macro- and Microsyneresis
  • Track 18-4Characterization of Gel Structure by Means of SAXS and SANS

Biopolymers are commonly considered an eco-accommodating option in contrast to petrochemical polymers because of the sustainable feedstock used to create them and their biodegradability. Notwithstanding, the cultivating practices used to develop these feedstocks regularly worry about noteworthy ecological concerns, and the creation vitality can be higher than for petrochemical polymers. Life cycle evaluations (LCAs) are accessible in the writing, which make correlations among biopolymers and different petrochemical polymers, anyway the outcomes can be unique. This survey has in this manner been embraced, concentrating on three biodegradable biopolymers, poly (lactic corrosive) (PLA), poly(hydroxyalkanoates) (PHAs), and starch-based polymers, trying to decide the ecological effect of each in contrast with petrochemical polymers.

  • Track 19-1Introducing new technologies in processing new bio-based materials
  • Track 19-2Assessing the end-of-life of materials, through the life cycle assessment
  • Track 19-3Elaborating on the application of biopolymers from peoples’ and planet’s perspective
  • Track 19-4Assessing the feedstock’s landscape for the biopolymers’ production
  • Track 19-5Brand owner’s perspective on the use and application of biopolymers
  • Track 19-6Changing consumer preference towards eco-friendly packaging
  • Track 19-7Analyzing the impact of biobased plastics on the CO2 reduction
  • Track 19-8Focusing on the basic understanding of biodegradability
  • Track 19-9Focusing on biopolymers in the circular economy
  • Track 19-10Assessing the biobased new content
  • Track 19-11Evaluating current environmental projects and regulations within the biopolymer industry

A few late calculated advances, which exploit the plan criteria and down to earth methods of sub-atomic dimension control in natural science, permit readiness of well-characterized polymers and nanostructured materials. Two patterns are clear: the acknowledgment that union of complex macromolecules postures real difficulties and openings and the desire that such materials will display particular properties and capacities. Polymer amalgamation strategies currently being created will yield well-characterized manufactured macromolecules that are equipped for impersonating a large number of the highlights of proteins (for instance, three-dimensional collapsed structure) and other normal materials. These macromolecules have sweeping potential for the investigation of sub-atomic dimension conduct at interfaces, in slight movies, and in arrangement, while additionally empowering the improvement of epitome, medicate conveyance, and nanoscale-designing advancements.

  • Track 20-1Polymer Blends
  • Track 20-2Polymer film based chemical sensors
  • Track 20-3Materials for clean and sustainable energy
  • Track 20-4High performance composite processing
  • Track 20-5Functional Polymer and its Applications
  • Track 20-6Advanced polymer characterization
  • Track 20-7Latex chemistry and technology
  • Track 20-8Advanced complex processing
  • Track 20-9Polymers and Microfluidics
  • Track 20-10Valorization of agro-residues and wastes for synthesis of monomers and chemicals

In application prospects and execution attributes and in property range and assorted variety, polymers offer curiosity and adaptability that can barely be coordinated by some other sort of materials. Polymers are gigantic macromolecules made out of rehashing basic units called monomers. Polymer advancements incorporate combination as well as its basic – useful relationship, polymer bio conjugation, and novel polymerization methods. In Polymerization, numerous monomers are consolidated in a compound response to frame macromolecules of various sizes and shapes. Polymers are prevalent in regular day to day existence - from plastics and elastomers on the one side to characteristic biopolymers, for example, DNA and proteins then again.

  • Track 21-1Polymerization Catalysis
  • Track 21-2Polymers in holography
  • Track 21-3Polymers for emerging technologies
  • Track 21-4Organic polymers used in water purification
  • Track 21-5Future Market of Polymers
  • Track 21-6Polymers in aircraft, aerospace, and sports equipment
  • Track 21-7Polymers in operation of bulletproof vests and fire-resistant jackets

Interfacial polymerization is an empowering system for the enormous scale creation of ultrathin layers, empty nanospheres and nanofibers. The accessibility of a wide scope of appropriate monomer reactants takes into account the blend of an amazing gathering of polymers, including polyamides, polyurethanes, polyurea, polyanilines, polyimides, and polycarbonates. Moreover, the procedure has been utilized to get ready imperfection free, ultrathin movies of metal natural structures, natural inorganic half and halves, and bio-cross breeds. This survey gives a diagram of the science that is utilized in interfacial polymerization, talks about the (dis)advantages of inferred material sorts, and evaluates the prospects for amalgamation of ultrathin useful materials by means of interfacial polymerization.

  • Track 22-1Advanced characterization of polymers
  • Track 22-2Structure-property relationships of polymers
  • Track 22-3Novel and synthetic polymerization methods
  • Track 22-4Synthesis and application of novel polymers
  • Track 22-5Renewable polymer synthesis
  • Track 22-6Reactions and chemistry of polymers
  • Track 22-7Macromolecular structure and function
  • Track 22-8Polymerization mechanisms and kinetics
  • Track 22-9Higher-order polymer structures