Nordic Polymer Days 2015
You find the final program on http://npd2015.dk
Nordic Polymer Days is the key annual conference where researchers and professionals get together to discuss new technologies and innovations within polymer science and engineering. For more than 50 years NPD has generated fruitful collaborations and valuable networks between participants from both Academia and Industry.
If you wish to participate only one day please send an e-mail to email@example.com and please also state which day you wish to participate. The price for one day is 3000 DKK.
The registration fee includes lunches and breaks with coffee and refreshments all three conference days, the conference Proceedings, a get-together party on June 1st and the conference dinner on June 2nd.
The registration fee after March 20 is:
Participants 5.300 DKK
Students 3.100 DKK
Accompanying persons for the dinner 1.100 DKK
Hotels near to IDA House are as follows:
Tivoli Hotel & Congress Center, Arni Magnussons Gade 2 – 4, DK-1577 Copenhagen.
Hotel Copenhagen Island, Kalvebod Brygge 53 DK-1560 Copenhagen. www.copenhagenisland.com
Hotel Wakeup, Carsten Niebuhrs Gade 11, DK-1577 Copenhagen.www.wakeupcopenhagen.dk
Hotel CABINN City, Mitchellsgade 14, DK-1568 Copenhagen. www.booking.com
CALL FOR PAPERS
We kindly invite presentations from all fields of polymer science and engineering.
We especially like to encourage Ph.D. students and other junior scientists to submit contributions from their work. Many of the now established and well-recognized scientists in both Academia and industry in the Nordic countries had their debut at one of the former Nordic Polymer Days.
Oral presentation or posters from Industrial people are also welcomed.
Deadline for submission of a 1 A4 page (max.) abstract for either an oral presentation or a poster is March 20, 2015. Please Send to Helle Borch, IDA, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
All polymer related subjects are most welcome.
The meeting will devote special emphasis on the following topics:
• Polymer synthesis, surfaces and nanoparticles
• Biopolymers at large: Origin, application and fate
• Composites and nanomaterials: processing, modelling and application
• Functional polymer materials for the energy and electronic sector
• Polymers for medical applications, biomedicine and pharmaceutics
• Polymer processing, characterization and testing
In addition, an exhibition on primarily analytical instrumentation, process equipment, and products will be arranged. In that connection also an exhibitors’ lecture session is planned.
Exhibitors are encouraged to give a 15 min. lecture or to present a poster at the Conference.
Controlled Radical Polymerization – A Versatile Tool for Cellulose
Assoc. Professor Anna Carlmark, School of Chemical Science and Engineering,
Royal Institute of Technology, SE
Biohybrid Metamaterials from Viruses and Synthetic Polymers
Assis. Professor Prof. Mauri Kostiainen, Department of Biotechnology and Chemical Technology
Aalto University, FI
Enzymatic Polymerization of Bio-based Monomers for Applications in Hydrogels
Assoc. Professor Anders E. Daugaard, Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
Technical University of Denmark, DK
Ultrasound-Enhanced Drug Delivery Using Nanoparticle-Stabilized Microbubbles
Research Scientist, Ph.D. Yrr Mørch, SINTEF Materials and Chemistry, Biotechnology and nanomedicine, Norway
Søren Hvilsted, (Chairman) Technical University of Denmark
Robert Lessél, Consultant, R&D Polymer Chemistry & Technology
Marianne Strange, FORCE Technology
Allan Rasmussen, Lego Company A/S
Bent Hall Jensen, Novo Nordisk A/S
Dorte Walzl Bælum, Plast Center Danmark
Tora Hedeager, Radiometer Medical ApS
Nicolai Michael Schmidt, Novo Nordisk A/S
Pernille Merethe Guldager, Coloplast A/S
IDA Polymer/The Danish Society of Engineers
Att.: Helle Borch email@example.com
Kalvebod Brygge 31-33
DK-1780 Copenhagen V
Phone +45 33 18 46 50
fra IDA Polymer
- DTU, Lyngby
- onsdag d. 05. december kl. 08:00
Få højt specialiseret viden og rabat på arrangementer, som medlem af IDAs 40 fagtekniske netværk.