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Get the full scientific program (PDF) (including posters) or the Conference Program at a Glance (PDF).

Please note the following time limits for lectures:
Plenary lecture max. 60 min including discussion
Invited lecture max. 30 min including discussion
Contributed lecture max. 20 min including discussion

We are pleased to announce the following invited speakers (confirmed):

Gregory N. Tew, University of Massachusetts at Amherst (USA)
"Designing Synthetic Macromolecules with Strong Similarities to Biology" - Key Note Lecture

Alexander Chudnovsky, University of Illinois at Chicago (USA)
"Toughness and Lifetime of Engineering Polymers in Structural Applications" - Key Note Lecture

Evan Mitsoulis, National Technical University of Athens (GR)
"Advances in Polymer Processing: a Modelling and Simulation Point of View" - Key Note Lecture

Ben Alcock, Centre for Materials Research, Queen Mary University of London (UK)
"All Polymer Composites" – Invited Lecture

Jens Gobrecht, Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen (CH)
"Micro- and Nano-Injection Molding for Bioanalytical Applications" – Invited Lecture

Robert Liska, Institute of Applied Synthetic Chemistry, TU Vienna (A)
"3D Photopolymerization" – Invited Lecture

George Malliaras, Centre Microelectronique de Provence, Gardanne (F)
"Interfacing Conducting Polymers with Biology" – Invited Lecture

Jörg Friedrich, Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM), Berlin (D)
"Functionalization of Polyolefin Surfaces and Grafting of Molecules with Complex Architecture" – Invited Lecture

Majda Zigon, National Institute of Chemistry, Ljubljana (SI)
"The Use of Polymer Templates in Preparation of Polymer / ZnO Hybrid Materials and ZnO Nanoparticles" – Invited Lecture

Barbara Gall, Basell Polyolefine GmbH, Frankfurt (D)
"Characterization of Polyolefins: Influence of Molecular Structure on Product Performance" – Invited Lecture

Gerhart Braunegg, Graz University of Technology (A)
"Bio-Polyesters: Current Status and Future Perspectives" – Invited Lecture

Guy Buytaert, Bekaert SA, Zwevegem (B)
"Physico-Chemical Investigations on the Mechanism of Steel Tire Cord - Rubber Adhesion" – Invited Lecture