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2ndAnnual Congress on Polymer and Materials Chemistry (CSE)

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2nd Annual Congress on Polymer and Materials Chemistry


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The Conference CHEMISTRY 2019 revolves around the theme “Pragmatic impacts of polymers and materials in human daily life”. Chemistry 2019 paves a very good platform for the Scientists, Chemical Engineers, Deans, Professors, Chemical Manufacturers, Students and Academicians to exchange their ideas, updates on Polymer science, recent innovations associated with it.

The recent advances in Polymer Chemistry such as the innovative Polymeric Smart materials, Application of Polymers in Medicinal field, their application in different domains of Science and Technology are to be discussed in this Conference Chemistry 2019. The different phases of polymers from domestic applications to biopolymers and to therapeutic polymers will be elaborated with relevance to the practical approach through some workshops, forums in the Conference Chemistry 2019. The significant role of polymers in human life will be highlighted in the Conference and this will be a milestone in the revolution of Polymers and Materials Chemistry.

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Track 1: Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry is a sub-discipline of chemistry which involves the study of structure, characteristics, properties, reactions of organic compounds (the molecules or compounds containing carbon atoms). The study of chemical reactions of organic molecules is important to examine their use in the synthesis of polymers, drugs and other target molecules. Organic Chemistry involves the study of various elements and chemicals classified based on the periodic table. The study also overlaps with Bio chemistry, Polymer Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry and Material Science.

Track 2: Natural Polymers

Natural polymers are produced by living organisms and are also known as “Biomolecules” which have a well-defined structure consisting of monomeric units. Proteins and nucleic acids found in human body are natural polymers. Most natural polymers are condensation polymers formed from monomers. Cellulose, the main structural component of plants is another natural polymer. Natural polymers apart from playing an important role in life processes of living organisms, has now been used in Nano-drug delivery.

Track 3: Synthetic polymers

Synthetic polymers are made by the scientists through various chemical processes as a result of extensive research to improve natural polymers. Synthetic polymers are classified as thermosets, thermoplastics, elastomers, synthetic fibers based on their utility. These polymers are hard as well as flexible and can be molded to any shapes and structures to fit their needs.

Track 4: Chemistry and polymer science

Chemistry accompanied with the knowledge of polymers paves way for a wide range of research and developments in various areas of science. Starting from biochemistry to diagnostics, various researches in the field of analytical chemistry, chemical biology and supramolecular chemistry led to many useful applications of polymer science.

Track 5: Analytical polymer science

Analytical polymer science explains the application of analytical techniques for the study of polymers. The use of instruments and devices to identify, separate and quantify the synthetic polymers, especially the elastomers popularly called as rubber is dealt well under this topic. Analytical techniques help the scientists to understand the polymers in a molecular level which aids in developing specific characteristics in the new polymer.

Track 6: Polymers in medical applications

Polymers play an important role in the field of medicine particularly in producing disposable implants, devices used in prosthetic surgery, dentistry, etc., The polymers are thus modified to interact safely with the living tissues to serve the medical purpose without any interventions. They are synthesized in such a way that they have a good compatibility under various physical and chemical conditions.

Track 7: Polymers in navy

Polymers possess several properties among which light weight, corrosion-resistance, and ease of manufacture makes them an ideal choice for making load-bearing polymeric matrix composites, special coatings for signature control, coatings for corrosion reduction in waste-holding tanks, fuel storage tanks, and metal pipe linings, hoses, gaskets, pipelines that are used in navy. The required performance is achieved when polymers meet the proper technology.

Track 8: Polymers in tissue engineering

Tissue engineering serves to be the focus of research for regenerative medicine as they create the potential for new treatments for various diseases. The designing of scaffolds using polymers gains importance as scaffolds play a unique role in tissue regeneration and repair. The properties of polymer and the design of scaffold has a great impact on the function of incorporated cells as well as the host tissue.

Track 9: Drug delivery systems

The various approaches, formulations, technologies, and systems involved in transporting a pharmaceutical compound in the body as per the need to safely achieve the desired therapeutic effect comes under drug delivery systems. The use of polymers for drug delivery has been proved to be the “intelligent” delivery systems, because smart polymers can release the drug at the appropriate time and site of action.

Track 10: Polymers for advanced technologies

Polymers apart from being used in biotechnology, medicinal applications have now strengthened its applications in the field of information and communication. Polymers provide the ease of manufacture along with tough and durable mechanical properties. The electrical and mechanical properties of the polymers made them the material of choice for most communication cables, inside wires, insulators and packaging.

Track 11: 3D printing of polymers and metals

Number of techniques are available for the 3D printing of polymers. This technique creates parts by sintering fine polymer powder particles, to fuse them together locally. Using this technology, larger parts can be made according to the needs with required properties along with increased efficiency. Prototyping can be made easy using 3D printing with polymers at low cost and the finish can be made in different variants.

Track 12: Metallurgy

The study of physical and chemical behavior of metals and their mixtures called as alloys comes under metallurgy and it is an important domain of materials science and engineering. Though most percentage of world’s metal production is based on iron, other metals are also given importance in metallurgy as this particularly deals with the extraction of all metals from their ores and its production.

Track 13: Ceramic science

Ceramic science is the technology that create objects from inorganic, non-metallic materials which is done by the action of heat. This can also be done at lower temperatures using precipitation reactions from high-purity chemical solutions. This is a broad term which includes the purification of raw materials, production of chemical compounds and their formation into components followed by the study of their structure, composition and properties.

Track 14: Solid state chemistry

Solid state chemistry is also known as materials chemistry which is the study of synthesis, structure and properties of solid phase materials. The synthesis of novel metals comes under solid state chemistry which also relates various subjects like solid state physics, materials science, electronics, etc., Solid state chemistry finds its importance in discovering new thermoelectric materials wherein high electronic conductivity, high thermoelectric power, and low thermal conductivity should be incorporated in the same solid simultaneously.

Track 15: Materials analysis

As the properties of materials such as polymers, plastics, metals, alloys used in various applications impact their performance, these materials have to be analyzed before use so as to ensure whether they satisfy its intended purpose. The evaluation of materials is done to avoid contamination and to improve the quality of the metals.

Track 16: Instrumentation for materials research

Instrumentation plays an important role in the research of materials as they help us to relate the composition, structure, and properties of the materials to its performance for a desired application with greater sensitivity and quantitative resolution. Nowadays, instrumentation for materials research often involves computational methods and computer simulated measurement tools.

Track 17: Electronic and Information materials

The equipment for industries, defense research widely uses many advanced materials such as thin films, semiconductors, metal matrix, etc., that are made by modifying the existing materials to obtain improved performance suitable for the application. These materials exhibit completely novel properties and are used mainly in information storage devices. The areas where advanced materials are of great use include energy storage, supercapacitors, flexible electronics, sensors, electro-magnetic shielding, communication, special optical fibers, polymers for photonics, displays etc.

Track 18: Energy applications of material science

The emergence of nano-materials has made materials science to play an important role in sustainable technologies for energy conversion, storage and savings. Principal areas of interest are solar cells, batteries, fuel cells, thermoelectrics, more efficient lighting and hydrogen technologies. The modelling of nano-materials maintains a balance between durability, efficiency and costs thereby proving to be instrumental in developing energy efficient devices to meet the future needs.

Track 19: Challenges to material science

Certain inevitable challenges are to be faced by the field of material science before developing new materials with desired multifunctional properties to protect the environment. The nuclear sector must investigate the materials in depth to deal with the radiation. The safety requirements increase the demand for better control of the ageing of materials, structures and components.

Track 20: Innovation in material technologies

The process of influencing and manipulating composition and properties of materials at the atomic level have led to many innovations that enhances various fields of science and technology. The innovations mainly aim at recycling and reuse of materials amidst the challenges underlying to link the nano-scale and large scale together to support a circular economy.

AGENDA 2018

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Day 1 July 05, 2018
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10:00-10:30 Registrations
Vivaldi(4th Floor)

Refreshment Break 10:50-11:20 @ Foyer Area
11:20-12:00
Title: Improvement of catalysts for preferential oxidation of carbon monoxide
Sujitra Wongkasemjit, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

12:00-12:40
Title: Simultaneous esterification and transesterification of palm fatty acid distillate in chitosan
membrane reactor
Khantong Soontarapa, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Group Photo

Session Introduction
Material Science | Nanomaterials | Polymer Science | Polymers | Applications of Polymers
Session Chair: Khantong Soontarapa, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

12:40-13:10
Title: Comparison of two finishing and polishing systems on the surface roughness of resin
composites using a non-contact profilometer
Santhosh Basavarajappa, University of Turku, Finland

Lunch Break 13:10-14:00 @ Public Restaurant

14:00-14:30
Title: Intra-molecular locked dithio alkylbithiophene-based semiconductors for high performance
organic field effect transistors
Sureshraju Vegiraju, National Central University, Taiwan

14:30-15:00
Title: A novel CuO-NiO/PANI/graphene nanocomposite for high sensitive amperometric glucose sensor
Sathiyanathan Felix, Anna University, India

15:00-15:30
Title: Nickel-rich zeolitic imidazolate framework: Novel platform for highly robust multi-functional
electro-catalysts
Sung Hoon Ahn, Chosun University, South Korea

15:30-16:00
Title: Anaerobic co-digestion of pig manure and food waste in combined two stage reactor and in
membrane reactor
Khantong Soontarapa, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Poster Presentation & Panel Discussion

Awards & Closing Ceremony

Day 2 July 06, 2018
Networking & Lunch

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