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Below are lists of preliminary speakers (plenary, invited, oral & poster submissions). Lists will be updated as speakers confirm attendance.
Updated: 10-Apr-2019

Plenary / Keynote Speakers
Armes

ARMES, STEVEN KEYNOTE (Accepted)

Sheffield University, Chemistry Dept, Dainton Building
Sheffield S3 7HF United Kingdom
E-mail: s.p.armes@sheffield.ac.uk

Hydrogen-bonded worm gels prepared by RAFT dispersion polymerization in non-polar media

Armes Abstract
Bowman

BOWMAN, CHRISTOPER PLENARY (Accepted)

University of Colorado Boulder, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Boulder CO 80309-0956
USA
E-mail: christopher.bowman@colorado.edu

 

Clicking polymer networks together: Approaches to form smart, functional polymer networks from click chemistry

Dafforn

DAFFORN, TIM KEYNOTE (Accepted)

University of Birmingham, School of Biosciences
Birmingham B15 2TT United Kingdom
E-mail: t.r.dafforn@bham.ac.uk

SMA: a solution for an age old biochemical problem

Dafforn Abstract
du Prez

DU PREZ, FILIP PLENARY (Accepted)

Ghent University, Department of Organic and
Macromolecular Chemistry, Polymer Chemistry
Research Group, Ghent B-9000 Belgium
E-mail: Filip.DuPrez@UGent.be

Sequence-defined macromolecules: Engineering materials with biological precision

Du Prez Abstract
Haddleton

HADDLETON, DAVID KEYNOTE (Accepted)

University of Warwick, Department of Chemistry
Coventry CV4 7AL United Kingdom
E-mail: D.M.Haddleton@warwick.ac.uk

 

Copper mediated living radical polymerisation in the presence of oxygen

Haddleton Abstract
Hillmyer

HILLMYER, MARC KEYNOTE (Accepted)

University of Minnesota, Dept of Chemistry
Minneapolis MN 55455-0431 USA
E-mail: hillmyer@umn.edu

Harnessing disorder in self-assembled block polymers for funtional nanostructured materials

Hillmyer Abstract
Matyjaszewski

MATYJASZEWSKI, KRIS PLENARY (Accepted)

Carnegie Mellon University, Center for Macromolecular Engineering, Department of Chemistry, Pittsburgh PA 15213 USA
E-mail: km3b@andrew.cmu.edu

 

Advanced nanostructured materials by atom transfer radical polymerization

Matyjaszewski Abstract
Oreilly

O'REILLY, RACHEL KEYNOTE (Accepted)

University of Birmingham, School of Chemistry
Birmingham B15 2TT United Kingdom
E-mail: r.oreilly@bham.ac.uk

Precision polymer nanoparticles

O'Reilly Abstract
Pentzer

PENTZER, EMILY KEYNOTE (Accepted)

Case Western Reserve University, Department of
Chemistry, Cleveland OH 44106-7078 USA
E-mail: epb24@case.edu

2D Particle surfactants and their use to architect advanced materials

Pentzer Abstract
Russell

RUSSELL, ALAN PLENARY (Accepted)

Disruptive Health Technology Institute, Carnegie
Mellon University, Pittsburgh PA USA
E-mail: alanrussell@cmu.edu

Polymer-enhanced biomacromolecular systems

Note: Schedule talk for one of the first two days

Russell Abstract
Stenzel

STENZEL, MARTINA KEYNOTE (Accepted)

University of New South Wales, School of Chemistry Science, Sydney 2052 Australia
E-mail: m.stenzel@unsw.edu.au

Origami with sugar based polymers to create self-assembled nanoparticles for drug delivery

Stenzel Abstract
Stingelin

STINGELIN, NATALIE KEYNOTE (Accepted)

Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Materials
Science & Engineering, Atlanta GA 30332 USA
E-mail: natalie.stingelin@mse.gatech.edu

Cool plastics for a greener world

Stingelin Abstract
Invited Speakers
Abetz

ABETZ, VOLKER (Accepted)

Universität Hamburg, Institut für Physikalische Chemie
Hamburg 20146 Germany
E-mail: volker.abetz@chemie.uni-hamburg.de

Synthesis and characterisation of thermoreversible polymer networks

Abetz Abstract
Acar

ACAR, METIN (Accepted)

Istanbul Technical University, Chemistry Department, Istanbul 34469 Turkey
E-mail: macar@itu.edu.tr

Amphiphilic GRAFT copolymer as shape memory materials

Acar Abstract
Ameduri

AMEDURI, BRUNO (Accepted)

ICGM Institut Charles Gerhardt - CNRS 5253, Montpellier Cedex 5 France
E-mail: bruno.ameduri@enscm.fr

A journey from the synthesis of functional 2-trifluoromethacrylate monomers to their radical copolymerizations with vinylidene fluoride and applications

Abstract Ameduri
Anastasaki

ANASTASAKI, ATHINA (Accepted)

ETH, Laboratory of Polymeric Materials, Department
of Materials, Zurich 8093 Switzerland
E-mail: athina.anastasaki@mat.ethz.ch

What happens in the dark? Assessing the temporal control of photo-mediated controlled radical polymerizations

Anastasaki Abstract
Becer

BECER, REMZI (Accepted)

School of Engineering and Materials Science, Univ of London, London E1 4NS United Kingdom
E-mail: r.becer@qmul.ac.uk

Glycopolymer code: Towards selective lectin recognition tuned by sequence and folding in macromolecules

Becer Abstract
Benetti

BENETTI, EDMONDO (Accepted)

Laboratory for Surface Science and Technology Polymer Surfaces Group, ETH Zürich 8093
Switzerland
E-mail: edmondo.benetti@mat.ethz.ch

Topological evolution of polymer brushes for designing advanced materials

Benetti Abstract
Bezuidenhout

BEZUIDENHOUT, DEON (Accepted)

University of Cape Town, Cardiovascular Research Unit, Observatory 7925 South Africa
E-mail: Deon.Bezuidenhout@uct.ac.za

Biomaterials for transcatheter heart valve devices

Bezuidenhout Abstract
Borner

BÖRNER, HANS (Accepted)

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Institute of
Chemistry, Berlin 12489 Germany
E-mail: h.boerner@hu-berlin.de

Polymerizing like the mussels do: Toward synthetic mussel-foot proteins and resistant high-performance glues

Borner Abstract
Brook

BROOK, MICHAEL (Accepted)

McMaster University, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Hamilton ON L8S 4M1 Canada
E-mail: mabrook@mcmaster.ca

New opportunities with silicone elastomers using sulfur chemistry: Cure, organofunctionalization and recycling

Note: Schedule lecture before Wednesday, 17 April 2019.

Brook Abstract
Cunningham

CUNNINGHAM, MICHAEL (Accepted)

Queen's University, Department of Chemical
Engineering, Kingston K7L 3N6 Canada
E-mail: michael.cunningham@queensu.ca

Carbon dioxide switchable polymers and processes

Cunningham Abstract
de geest

DE GEEST, BRUNO (Accepted)

Ghent University, Laboratory of Pharmaceutical Technology, Ghent B-9000 Belgium
E-mail: Br.DeGeest@UGent.be

Engineering innate and adaptive anti-cancer immunity with synthetic polymers

De Geest Abstract
Dove

DOVE, ANDREW (Accepted)

University of Birmingham, School of Chemistry
Birmingham B15 2TT United Kingdom
E-mail: a.dove@bham.ac.uk

Controlling the properties of degradable biomaterials through intelligent chemical design

Abstract Dove
duchateau

DUCHATEAU, ROB (Accepted)

Eindhoven University of Technology, Chemical Engineering & Chemistry, Eindhoven 5600 MB
The Netherlands
E-mail: Rob.Duchateau@SABIC.com

Functionalized polyolefins: Synthesis, applications and industrial relevance

Duchateau abstract
Gao

GAO, HAIFENG (Accepted)

University of Notre Dame, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Notre Dame 46556 USA
E-mail: hgao@nd.edu

Developing hyperbranched polymers with simplicity and controllability

Gao Abstract
Gigmes

GIGMES, DIDIER (Accepted)

Aix Marseille University, CNRS, Institut de Chimie
Radicalaire, Marseille, France
E-mail: didier.gigmes@univ-amu.fr

Development of peroxides alternatives

Gigmes Abstract
Grubbs

GRUBBS, BARNEY (Accepted)

Stony Brook University, Polymer Chemistry,
Stony Brook NY 11790-3400 USA
E-mail: robert.grubbs@stonybrook.edu

Making macromolecules for functional materials

Grubbs Abstract
Hadjichristidis

HADJICHRISTIDIS, NIKOS (Accepted)

King Abdullah University of Science & Technology
(KAUST), Polymer Synthesis Laboratory, Thuwal
23955 Saudi Arabia
E-mail: nikolaos.hadjichristidis@kaust.edu.sa

Synthesis of tetracrystalline quarterpolymer PE-B-PEO-B-PCL-B-PLLA by combination of polyhomolagation and organic/metal "catalyst switch" strategy

Hadjichristidis Abstract
Harrisson

HARRISSON, SIMON (Accepted)

Laboratoire des IMRCP, Université Paul Sabatier,
CNRS UMR 5623 Toulouse Cedex 9 31062 France
E-mail: harrisson@chimie.ups-tlse.fr

Limits of precision monomer placement in chain polylmerizations

Harrisson Abstract
Heise

HEISE, ANDREAS (Accepted)

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI), Dept of
Chemistry, Dublin 2 Ireland
E-mail: andreasheise@rcsi.ie

Star-shaped polypeptides as efficient nanocarriers for gene delivery in bone regeneration

Heise Abstract
Heuts

HEUTS, HANS (Accepted)

Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Department of
Chemical Engineering & Chemistry, Eindhoven 5600
The Netherlands
E-mail: j.p.a.heuts@tue.nl

Dynamic polyester networks via transesterification

Heuts Abstract
Hoogenboom

HOOGENBOOM, RICHARD (Accepted)

Ghent University, Department of Organic and
Macromolecular Chemistry, Ghent B-9000 Belgium
E-mail: Richard.Hoogenboom@UGent.be

Effect of cyclic imino ether side chains and ring-size on the cationic ring-opening (co)polymerization

Hoogenboom Abstract
Hourdet

HOURDET, DOMINIQUE (Accepted)

Sorbonné University, SIMM, ESPCI Paris 75005
France
E-mail: dominique.hourdet@espci.fr

Responsive assemblies in aqueous media: From controlled rheology of polymer solutions to mechanical reinforcement of covalent hydrogels

Hourdet Abstract
Hutchings

HUTCHINGS, LIAN (Accepted)

University of Durham, Department of Chemistry
Durham DH1 3LE United Kingdom
E-mail: l.r.hutchings@durham.ac.uk

Molecular engineering with anionic polymerisation

Hutchings Abstract
Junkers

JUNKERS, TANJA (Accepted)

Polymer Reaction Design Grooup, School of Chemistry
Monash University, Clayton VIC 3800 Australia
E-mail: tanja.junkers@monash.edu

Self-optimizing high-throughput precision continuous flow polymer synthesis

Junkers Abstract
Kempe

KEMPE, KRISTIAN (Accepted)

Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences,
Monash University, Parkville VIC 3052 Australia
E-mail: kristian.kempe@monash.edu

Spontaneous zwitterionic copolymerisation (SZWIP) - A facile technique for the synthesis of functional polymers -

Kempe Abstract
Klok

KLOK, HARM-ANTON (Accepted)

École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne EPFL
STI IMX LP, Lausanne CH-1015 Switzerland
E-mail: harm-anton.klok@epfl.ch

Macromolecular engineering at living and synthetic surfaces

 

Note: Schedule lecture for either 16/17 April 2019

Klok Abstract
Langlais

LANGLAIS, MARVIN (Accepted)

University of Stellenbosch, Department of Chemistry
& Polymer Science, Stellenbosch 7600 South Africa
E-mail: marvin.langlais@gmail.com

Thiolactone-functional reversible deactivation radical polymerization agents for advanced macromolecular engineering

Langlais Abstract
Laus

LAUS, MICHELE (Accepted)

Università del Piemonte Orientale, Dipartimento di
Scienze e Innovazione Technologica (DIST)
Allessandria 15121 Italy
E-mail: michele.laus@uniupo.it

Toward deterministic doping: A bottom-up approach by self limiting reactions

Laus Abstract
Lederer

LEDERER, ALBENA (Accepted)

Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden, Hohe
Str 6, Dresden 01069 Germany
E-mail: lederer@ipfdd.de

Nanoparticle diffusion through a polymersome membrane investigated by AF4

Lederer Abstract
Jao Mano

MANO, JOÃO (Accepted)

CICECO - Aveiro Institute of Materials, University
of Aveiro, Aveiro 3810-193 Portugal
E-mail: jmano@ua.pt

Using natural-based polymers as building blocks in bottom-up tissue engineering applications

Mano Abstract
Mishra

MISHRA. MUNMAYA (Accepted)

Altria - Center for Research & Technology
Richmond VA 23219 USA
E-mail: munmaya@gmail.com

Controlled polymerization and supercritical CO2 assisted immobilization of actives

Invited_Mishra
Harald Pasch

PASCH, HARALD (Accepted)

University of Stellenbosch, Department of Chemistry
& Polymer Science, Stellenbosch 7600 South Africa
E-mail: hpasch@sun.ac.za

Analytical lego as a tool for polymer nanostructure elucidation

Pasch Abstract
Schoenherr

SCHÖNHERR, HOLGER (Accepted)

University of Siegen, Physical Chemistry I , Siegen 57076 Germany
E-mail: schoenherr@chemie.uni-siegen.de

Stimuli-responsive polymer systems for rapid diagnostics of bacterial infections and contaminations

Shoenherr Abstract
Sumerlin

SUMERLIN, BRENT (Accepted)

University of Florida, Department of Chemistry, Gainesville FL 32611-7200
USA
E-mail: sumerlin@chem.ufl.edu

Responsive materials from dynamic bonds

Sumerlin Abstract
Topham

TOPHAM, PAUL (Accepted)

Aston University, Aston Institute of Materials
Research (AIMR), Birmingham B4 7ET UK
E-mail: p.d.topham@aston.ac.uk

Block copolymer self-assembly: Rinse-resistant superhydrophobic fabrics made using a combination of electrospinning and electrospraying

Topham Abstract
Tuten

TUTEN, BRYAN (Accepted)

Queensland University of Technology
School of Chemistry, Brisbane 4000 Australia
E-mail: bryan.tuten@qut.edu.au

Using macromolecular architecture to control photochemistry and photochemistry to control macromolecular architecture

Tuten Abstract
Venkatraman

VENKATRAMAN, SUBBU (Accepted)

School of Materials Science and Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Nanyang 639743
Singapore
E-mail: ASSubbu@ntu.edu.sg

Bio-inspired polymers and systems to solve long-standing medical problems: Small-diameter blood vessels

Venkatraman Abstract
Voit

VOIT, BRIGITTE (Accepted)

Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e.V.
Hohe Str. 6, Dresden 01069 Germany
E-mail: voit@ipfdd.de

Responsive nanocapsules and multicompartments by templating approaches

Voit Abstract
Wilson

WILSON, PAUL (Accepted)

University of Warwick, Department of Chemistry
Coventry CV4 7AL United Kingdom
E-mail: P.Wilson.1@warwick.ac.uk

Precision synthesis and nanofabrication using nanoscale electrochemistry

Wilson Abstract
Yagci l

YAGCI, YUSUF (Accepted)

Istanbul Technical University
Istanbul, Turkey
E-mail: yusuf@itu.edu.tr

Complex macromolecular architectures by photoinduced ATRP and its combinations with the other polymerization modes

Yagci Abstract
Zhang

ZHANG, HUIQI (Accepted)

State Key Laboratory of Medicinal Chemical Biology, Key Laboratory of Functional Polymer Materials, Nankai University, Tianjin 300071 P.R. China
E-mail: zhanghuiqi@nankai.edu.cn

New approaches to obtaining water-compatible molecularly imprinted polymer nanoparticles for bioanalytical and biomedical applications

Zhang abstract

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Oral Submisions

AHMED, ESSAM
National Research Center (NRC), Dokki Giza, Cairo 12622 Eypt
E-mail: essamksu@yahoo.com

Eco-friendly Mimosa Tannin adhesive system for bagasse particleboard fabrication

 

Ahmed Abstract

BARRANGUET, CHRISTIANE
Elsevier, Radarweg 29, Amsterdam 1043NX The Netherlands
E-mail: c.barranguet@elsevier.com

How to produce an international publication: Getting published & Promoting your work

 

Barranguet Abstract

BIAIS, PAULINE
Sorbonne Université, IPCM, LCP 4 Place Jussieu
Paris 75005 France
E-mail: pauline.biais@upmc.fr

Synthesis of loop-stabilized particles by PISA in water

 

Biais Abstract

BOYE, SUSANNE
Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung e.V. Dresden
Hohe Str 6, Dresden 01069 Germany
E-mail: boye@ipfdd.de

AF4-LS characterization of biohybrid structures

 

Boye Abstract

BYARD, SARAH CANCELLATION (PRESENTED BY ARMES, STEVEN)
The University of Sheffield, Dainton Building
Sheffield S3 7HF The United Kingdom
E-mail: sjbyard1@sheffield.ac.uk

Unique aqueous self-assembly behavior of a new thermoresponsive diblock copolymer

 

Oral_Byard

CAIRNS, STEFAN
Malvern Panalytical, Enigma Business Park, Grovewood
Rd, Malvern WR14 1XZ United Kingdom
E-mail: stefan.cairns@malvern.com

Detection of single block impurities in AB block-copolymers by gel permeation chromatography and ultra high performance liquid chromatography

 

Cairns Abstract

CHAMPAGNE, PASCALE
Queen's University, Beaty Water Research Centre, Dept of Civil & Chemical Engineering, Ontario K7L 3N6 Canada
E-mail: pascale.champagne@queensu.ca

Carbon dioxide switchable polymers as draw agents for forward osmosis

 

Champagne Abstract

CHING, YERN CHEE
University of Malaya, Dept of Chemical Engineering, Kuala Lumpur 50603
Malaysia
E-mail: chingyc@um.edu.my

Nanocellulose reinforced biopolymer based hydrogel for drug loading and delivery

 

Ching Abstract

CHERTOVICH, ALEXANDER
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Leninskye Gory
1-2, Moscow, Russia
E-mail: chertov@polly.phys.msu.ru

In silico copolymerization of linear and network polymer systems

 

Chertovich Abstract

CORNEL, ERIK JAN
University of Sheffield, 13 Brook Hill, Sheffield S3 7HF
United Kingdom
E-mail: ejcornel1@sheffield.ac.uk

In situ spectroscopic studiues of highly transparent dispersions via RAFT pisa in non-polar media

 

Cornel Abstract

DEANE, OLIVER
University of Sheffield, Dainton Building, Department of
Chemistry, South Yorkshire S3 7HF United Kingdom
E-mail: ojdeane1@sheffield.ac.uk

Synthesis of well-defined pyrrolidone-based homopolymers and stimulus-responsive diblock copolymers via RAFT aqueous solution polymerization of 2-(N-acryloyloxy)ethylpyrrolidone

 

Deane Abstract

DE KEER, LIES
Ghent University, Laboratory for Chemical Technology
Technologiepark 914, Ghent 9052 Belgium
E-mail: Lies.DeKeer@UGent.be

In silico visualization of segments in highly branched structures: The case of para-fluoro-thiol network ligation

 

De Keer Abstract

DERRY, MATTHEW
The University of Sheffield, Department of Chemistry
Sheffield S3 7HF United Kingdom
E-mail: m.derry@sheffield.ac.uk

Thermoreversible crystallization-driven aggregation of diblock copolymer nanoparticles in mineral oil

 

Derry Abstract

DE SMET, LIESELOT
Ghent University, Krijgslaan 281, Ghent 9000 Belgium
E-mail: lieselot.desmet@ugent.be

Fabrication of smart colorimetric hard and soft materials by plasma dye coating

 

Oral2 DeSmet

EDELEVA, MARIYA
Novosibirsk Institute of Organic Chemistry, Lavrent'ev
av. 9, Novosibirsk 630090 Russian Federation
E-mail: edeleva@nioch.nsc.ru

In-situ activation of alkoxyamins by 1,3-dipolar cycloaddition for safe and efficient NMP

 

Edeleva Abstract

EIGENSEER, JULIA
TU Darmstadt, Ernst-Berl-Institut für Technische und
Makromolekulare Chemie, Darmstadt 64287 Germany
E-mail: julia.eigenseer@pre.tu-darmstadt.de

Impact of short chain branches onto polymer properties on micro- and macro-scale

 

Eigenseer Abstract

ESSAWY, HISHAM
National Research Center (NRC), Dokki Giza, Cairo 12622 Egypt
E-mail: hishamessawy@yahoo.com

Amphiphilic networks based on NBR/SBR-MMT as membranes for dehydrative pervaporation

 

Essawy Abstract

FIRDAUS, SHAMILA
Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e.V.,
Hohestr 6, Dresden 01069 Germany
E-mail: firdaus@ipfdd.de

A comparative study of glyco-dendrimers and glyco-pseudodendrimers on the basis of aliphatic polyesters

 

Firdaus Abstract

GORELIK, BORIS
MOBIChem Scientific Engineering Ltd, Jerusalen 91451
Israel
E-mail: mobichem@yahoo.com

Interpenetrated networks in photo-crosslinked polyolefins containing different acrylic monomers

 

Gorelik Abstract

GUÉGAN, PHILIPPE
Sorbonne Université, IPCM, 4 Place Jussieu, Paris 75005
France
E-mail: philippe.guegan@sorbonne-universite.fr

Track-etched polycarbonate membranes modified by polyalkyloxazoline to mimick nucleopore

 

Guegan Abstract

HAVEN, JORIS
Monash University, Polymer Reaction Design Group
Clayton, Victoria 3800 Australia
E-mail: joris.haven@monash.edu

RAFT polymerization as a versatile approach for the design of discrete precision polymers

 

Haven Abstract

HOUCK, HANNES
Ghent University, Dept of Organic and Macromolecular Chemistry, Ghent
9000 Belgium
E-mail: Hannes.Houck@UGent.be

Light-stabilised dynamic materials

 

Houck Abstract

HUNTER, SAUL
University of Sheffield, Department of Chemistry,
Yorkshire S3 7HF United Kingdom
E-mail: shunter2@sheffield.ac.uk

Surfactant resistance of pickering emulsions stabilized by anistropic diblock copolymer nanoparticles

 

Hunter_Oral

KAMEL, SAMIR
National Research Center (NRC), Cellulose & Paper Department, Cairo 12622 Egypt
E-mail: samirki@yahoo.com

Synthesis and characterization of polyaniline/tosylcellulose stearate composites as promising semiconducting materials

 

Kamel Abstract

KARGAARD, ANNA
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI), Dept of
Chemistry, Dublin 2 Ireland
E-mail: annakargaard@rcsi.com

Polypeptides as therapeutics against antimicrobial-resistant pathogens

 

Kargaard Abstract

KUZMYN, ANDRIY
Wageningen University & Research, Stippeneng 4
Wageningen 6708 WE The Netherlands
E-mail: andrii.kuzmyn@wur.nl

Micro-patterned hierarchical bioactive polymer brushes by visible light-induced surface-initiated LRP

 

Oral_Kuzmyn

MELLOT, GAËLLE
Sorbonne Université, CNRS, Institut Parisien de Chimie
Moléculaire, Paris 75005 France
E-mail: gaelle.mellot@sorbonne-universite.fr

Nanofibres by PISA in water: Influence of the RAFT agent architecture and functionality on the self-assembly

 

Mellot Abstract

MBIZANA, SIYASANGA
University of Stellenbosch, Department of Chemistry & Polymer Science
De Beers Street, Stellenbosch 7600 South Africa
E-mail: smbizana@sun.ac.za

Poly(N-vinylpyrrolidone)-polypeptide based antitumor nanocarrier

Oral_Mbizana

NORTH, SHANNON
University of Sheffield, Brook Hill, Sheffield S3 7HF
United Kingdom
E-mail: snorth1@sheffield.ac.uk

Properties of poly(methacrylic acid)-block-poly(2-hydroxypropyl methacrylate) diblock copolymers and their use as dispersants for inkjet-grade carbon black

 

Shannon Abstract

OLATUNJI, OLOLADE
University of Lagos, Department of Chemical Engineering, Akoka-Yaba, Lagos 100001 Nigeria
E-mail: lolakinola@gmail.com

Fish scale biopolymers: Extraction, processing and application in novel transdermal delivery systems

 

Olatunji Abstract

PEIKERT, PAUL
TU Darmstadt, Alarich-Weiss Strasse 8, Darmstadt
64287 Germany
E-mail: paul.peikert@pre.tu-darmstadt.de

Stochastic modelling of the branching structure of LDPE as well as its impact on polymer properties

 

Peikert Abstract

PENFOLD, NICHOLAS
University of Sheffield, Department of Chemistry
Dainton Building, Sheffield S3 7HF United Kingdom
E-mail: n.penfold@sheffield.ac.uk

Is hydroxyl functionality a prerequisite for inducing stasis in human pluripotent stem cell colonies immersed within block copolymer worm gels?

 

Penfold Abstract

PFLUG, KRISTINA
University of Hamburg, Bundesstr 45, Hamburg 20146
Germany
E-mail: kristina.pflug@chemie.uni-hamburg.de

Closing the circle of microstructure and polymer properties for polyethylene via a combined analytical and modelling approach

 

Pflug Abstract

PFUKWA, RUEBEN
University of Stellenbosch, Department of Chemistry & Polymer Science
De Beers Street, Stellenbosch 7600 South Africa
E-mail: rueben@sun.ac.za

Poly(3-methylene-2-pyrrolidone)s: Extending the utility of the pyrrolidone ring in polymer science

 

Pfukwa Abstract

PLÜSCHKE, LAURA
Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e.V.,
Hohe Str 6, Dresden D-01069 Germany
E-mail: plueschke@ipfdd.de

Unlocking polyolefin topology - a scattering study by theory and experiment

 

Plueschke Abstract

PODEVYN ANNELORE
Ghent University, Krijgslaan, Gent 9000 Belgium
E-mail: annelore.podevyn@ugent.be

Synthesis and characterization of photo-sensitive gelatin and poly(2-oxazoline) precursors towards hybrid hydrogel development

Oral_Podevyn

RIEGER, JUTTA
Sorbonne Université, CNRS, UMR 8232, IPCM, 4 Place
Jussieu, Paris 75005 France
E-mail: jutta.rieger@upmc.fr

From amphiphilic block copolymers towards nanostructured materials by polymerization-induced self-assembly

 

Rieger Abstract

RODRIGUEZ, KYLE
Adolphe Merkle Institute, University of Fribourg
Fribourg CH-1700 Switzerland
E-mail: kyle.rodriquez@unifr.ch

Tailor-made metalloenzymes for catalyzing controlled radical polymerizations

 

Rodriquez Abstract

SAVE, MAUD
CNRS/Univ Pau & Pays Adour, IPREM, UMR 5254
Pau 64000 France
E-mail: maud.save@univ-pau.fr

Synthesis of photoactive polymer colloids by polymerization in aqueous dispersed media to produce singlet oxygen

 

Save Abstract

SITOE, ALCIDES
Institute of Applied Materials, Dept of Chemical Eng,
Univ of Pretoria, Hatfield 0028 South Africa
E-mail: alcides.sitoe@gmail.com

Microporous polymer matrix as slow release of insect repellent

 

Sitoe Abstract

SZWEDA, ROZA
Université de Strasbourg, CNRS, Institut Charles Sadron
Strasbourg Cedex 2, 67034 France
E-mail: rszweda@unistra.fr

Synthesis of coded matter through layer-by-layer assembly of seqence-defined polymers

 

Szweda Abstract

THIERFELDER, NIKOLAUS
LMU Munich, Marchioninistr 15, Munich 81377 Germany
E-mail: nikolaus.thierfelder@med.uni-muenchen.de

Polymers meet medicine - 3D-printing in cardiovascular surgery

 

Thierfelder Abstract

VERJANS, JENTE
Supramolecular Chemistry Group, Ghent University
Krijgslaan 281, Ghent 9000 Belgium
E-mail: Jente.Verjans@ugent.be

Dynamic materials based on hydrogen bonded polymer networks

 

Verjans Abstract

WARREN, NICHOLAS
University of Leeds, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds LS2 9JT
United Kingdom
E-mail: n.warren@leeds.ac.uk

Accellerating polymerization-induced self-assembly using continuous-flow reactors

 

Warren Abstract

WILLIAMS, GEORGE
University of Bath, Claverton Down, Bath BA27AY
United Kingdom
E-mail: gtw21@bath.ac.uk

Development of a peroxide responsive polymeric gel for the triggered release of multiple antimicrobial agents for the treatment of chronic wounds

 

Williams Abstract

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Poster Submissions

1

ALVARO, GOMEZ LOPEZ
POLYMAT and University of Basque Country UPV/EHU, Donostia-San
Sebastian 20018 Spain
E-mail: alvaro.gomez@ehu.eus

Curing process of sustainable monocomponent adhesive based on hybrid non-isocyanate polyurethanes (NIPUs)

 

Gomez Lopez Abstract

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BALL, LAUREN
University of Stellenbosch, Department of Chemistry & Polymer
Science, Stellenbosch 7600 South Africa
E-mail: leball@sun.ac.za

The synthesis of poly(diisobutylene-alt-maleic anhydride) via RAFT-mediated polymerisation

Ball Abstract

3

BARNARD, ELAINE
University of Stellenbosch, Department of Chemistry & Polymer
Science, Stellenbosch 7600 South Africa
E-mail: ebarnard@sun.ac.za

Synthesis and morphological studies of amphiphilic molecular brushes for biological applications

Barnard Abstract

4

BERTOSSI, LUCA
University of Stellenbosch, Department of Chemistry & Polymer
Science, Stellenbosch 7600 South Africa
E-mail: lucab@sun.ac.za

The bio-conjugation of cytochalasin A/B

Bertossi Abstract

5

BRITS, LEANNE
University of Stellenbosch, Department of Chemistry & Polymer
Science, Stellenbosch 7600 South Africa
E-mail: leannebrits@sun.ac.za

Poly (styrene-co-maleic anhydride) based hydrogel as reversible, non-hormonal male contraceptive

Brits Abstract

6

BUSATTO, NICOLAS
University of Surrey, Guildford GU2 7XH United Kingdom
E-mail: n.busatto@surrey.ac.uk

Use of 2,3,4,5,6-pentafluorobenzyl methacrylate (PFBMA) in the core-forming block of PISA-prepared nanoparticles: Cross-linking and size shifts upon thiol-para-fluoro core modification

Busatto Abstract

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CAPELARI DE OLIVEIRA, PATRICIA
Universidade Federal de Ouro Petro, Minas Gerais 35400-000
Brazil
E-mail: pcapelari@yahoo.com.br

Cytoxicity of biodegradable polymer drug nanocarriers

Capelari de Oliveira Abstract

8

CHO, JOON-HEE
Soongsil University, Department of Organic Material and Fiber
Engineering, Seoul 06978 Korea
E-mail: harrycho90@gmail.com

Photo-initiated RAFT process of N-vinyl formamide using various chain transfer agents

Cho Abstract

9

COETZEE, CLEMENT
University of Stellenbosch, Department of Chemistry & Polymer
Science, Stellenbosch 7600 South Africa
E-mail: coetzeeca@sun.ac.za

Aldehyde functionalized polymers from renewable monomers

 

Coetzee Abstract

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CUNNINGHAM, RANDY
University of Stellenbosch, Department of Chemistry & Polymer
Science, Stellenbosch 7600 South Africa
E-mail: rdcunningham@sun.ac.za

Synthesis of non-alternating styrene-maleic anhydride (SMAnh) copolymers via RAFT polymerisation-investigating the efficiency of styrene-maleic acid lipid particle (SMALP) formation

Cunningham Abstract

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DE BRUYCKER, KEVIN
Queensland University of Technology, 2 George Street, Brisbane
4000 Australia
E-mail: kevin.debruycker@qut.edu.au

High performance quantification of complex high resolution polymer mass spectra

 

De Bruycker Abstract

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DERNBACH, MARIA
TU Darmstadt, Ernst-Berl-Institut für Technische und
Makromolekulare Chemie, Darmstadt 64287 Germany
E-mail: maria.dernbach@pre.tu-darmstadt.de

Modeling of metallocene-catalyzed homo- and co-polymerization of ethene

 

Dernbach Abstract

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DE SMET, LIESELOT
Ghent University, Supramolecular Chemistry Group, Ghent B-9000 Belgium
E-mail: lieselot.desmet@ugent.be

Thermo-responsive hydrogels with potential time memory functiuon

 

Jhons Abstract

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DROZDOV, FEDOR
Institute of Synthetic Polymeric Materials, Russian Academy of
Sciences, Moscow 117393 Russia
E-mail: fedor.drozdov@gmail.com

Oligo- and polydimethylsiloxane derivatives based on renewable natural resources

 

Drozdov Abstract

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DU PLESSIS, HILDEGARD
University of Stellenbosch, Department of Chemistry & Polymer
Science, Stellenbosch 7600 South Africa
E-mail: hduplessis@sun.ac.za

Synthesis and optimization of functional polymeric nanoparticles via continuous polymerization process

 

16

FERMIN, ELIZALDE IRAIZOZ
POLYMAT and University of Basque Country UPV/EHU, Donostia-San
Sebastian 20018 Spain
E-mail: fermin.elizalde@polymat.de

Dynamically crosslinked thermo-responsive polyurethanes

 

Elizalde Abstract

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FORTUIN, LISA
University of Stellenbosch, Department of Chemistry & Polymer
Science, Stellenbosch 7600 South Africa
E-mail: lisafortuin@sun.ac.za

Biodegradable polymeric prodrugs for the targeted delivery of artemether-lumefantrine

Fortuin Abstract

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GRAFL, ANNA
Humbolt-Universität zu Berlin, Brook-Taylor Strasse 2, Berlin
14289 Germany
E-mail: anna.grafl@chemie.hu-berlin.de

Tailoring peptide-polymer conjugates based precision formulation additives for the solubilication of resveratrol

Grafl Abstract

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JHONS, YASMEEN
University of Edinburgh, 7/1 Chessels Court, Edinburgh EH8 8AD
United Kingdom
E-mail: s1686918@sms.ed.ac.uk

Self-assembling block copolymers in the nucleation of calcium hydroxyapatite

 

Jhons Abstract

20

JOKONYA, SIMBARASHE
University of Stellenbosch, Department of Chemistry & Polymer
Science, De Beers Street, Stellenbosch 7600 South Africa
E-mail: sjokonya@sun.ac.za

Synthesis of w-functional telechelic PVP conjugates of Tyrocidine for cancer drug delivery

 

Jokonya Abstract

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JOVIC, KRISTINA
Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane 4169
Australia
E-mail: kristinajulia.jovic@hdr.qut.edu.au

High-temperature resistant cyclic polyimides: Correlating mechanistic insights with mechanical properties

 

Abstract Jovic

22

KOHN, JANA
Humbolt-Universität zu Berlin, Brook-Tayler Strasse 2, Berlin
12489 Germany
E-mail: jana.kohn@hu-berlin.de

Expanding chemical space of mussel-inspired polymerization toward multifunctional monomers

 

Kohn Abstract

23

KOZHUNOVA, ELENA
Moscow State University, Physics Department, Leninskye Gory 1-2
Moscow 119991 Russia
E-mail: Kozhunova@polly.phys.msu.ru

Thermo- and pH-sensitive interpenetrating network microgels - morphology and applications

 

Kozhunova Abstract

24

KUYLER, GESTÉL
University of Stellenbosch, Department of Chemistry & Polymer
Science, Stellenbosch 7600 South Africa
E-mail: gckuyler@sun.ac.za

Physically crosslinked thermo-responsive hydrogel nanofibers with tunable hydrophobicity

Kuyler Abstract

25

KUZMYN, ANDRIY
Laboratory of Organic Chemistry, Wageningen University,
Wageningen 6708 WE The Netherlands
E-mail: andriikuzmyn@aquamarijn.nl

Diblock bioactive antifouling polymer brushes for next generation of biosensors

Abstract Kuzmyn

26

LEE, SUNG-GYU
Soongsil University, Dept of Information Communication, Seoul
06967 Republic of Korea
E-mail: isgyu@gmail.com

Effects of block length of PAA-block-PVAM amphoteric block copolymers on their pH responsive behavior

 

Lee Abstract

27

MATTHEWS, MEGAN
University of Stellenbosch, Department of Chemistry & Polymer
Science, Stellenbosch 7600 South Africa
E-mail: mmathews@sun.ac.za

Silver-thiolate functionalised polydiacetylenes for ethylene gas detection

Matthews Abstract

28

MBIZANA, SIYASANGA
University of Stellenbosch, Department of Chemistry & Polymer
Science, Stellenbosch 7600 South Africa
E-mail: smbizana@sun.ac.za

L-Arginine, L-Aspartic acid and glycine terpolymer as cell adhesion substrate

Poster_Mbizana

29

MILENIN, SERGEY
Institute of Synthetic Polymeric Materials of Russian Academy of Sciences (ISPM RAS), Moscow 117393 Russia
E-mail: cephe@mail.ru

Synthesis and systematic study of carbosilane dendrimers with a dysfunctional siloxane shell with branched structure

 

Milenin Abstract

30

MOTAUNG, RAMEGOANA
Sasol 22 Pressburg Road, Modderfontein, Gauteng 1619
South Africa
E-mail: Dickson.motaung@sasol.com

Correlation of rheological viscoelastic properties to structural modification of polypropylene

 

Motaung Abstract

31

MOTLOUNG, BENNIE
University of Stellenbosch, Department of Chemistry & Polymer
Science, Stellenbosch 7600 South Africa
E-mail: motloung@sun.ac.za

Synthesis and application of cellulose-based derivatives in hydrogel and coating systems

 

Motloung Abstract

32

MURIMA, DOUGLAS
University of Stellenbosch, Department of Chemistry & Polymer
Science, Stellenbosch 7600 South Africa
E-mail: dmurima@sun.ac.za

Comprehensive 2D-LC analysis of star and hyperbranched polymers

33

MUZA, UPENYU
University of Stellenbosch, Department of Chemistry & Polymer
Science, Stellenbosch 7600 South Africa
E-mail: ulmuza@sun.ac.za

Stereocomplexation of polymers in micelle nanoreactors as studied by thermal field-flow fractionation

Muza Abstract

34

PÁSZTÓI, BALÁZS
Polymer Chemistry Research Group, Inst of Materials
and Environmental Chem, Budapest H-1118 Hungary
E-mail: pasztoi.balazs@ttk.mta.hu

Synthesis, characterization and thermoresponsive behaviour of hydrophobically modified poly(2-ethyl-2-oxazoline)s

 

Pasztoi Abstract

35

SCHULZ, ELISABETH
Technische Universität Darmstadt, Ernst-Berl-Institut, Darmstadt 64287 Germany
E-mail: elisabeth.schulz@pre.tu-darmstadt.de

Refractive index increments of EVA-copolymers

 

 

Schulz Abstract

36

SIBANDA, NDUMISO
University of Stellenbosch, Department of Chemistry & Polymer
Science, Stellenbosch 7600 South Africa
E-mail: nsibbs@sun.ac.za

Lignin depolymerization by oxidative methods into value added compounds

Sibanda Abstract

37

SIGWINTA, MAWANDE
University of Stellenbosch, Department of Chemistry & Polymer
Science, Stellenbosch 7600 South Africa
E-mail: pnmawande@gmail.com

Ethylene-1-octene elastomers: Molecular structure characterization by advanced analytical methods

 

 

Sigwinta Abstract

38

SMIT, CHANDRÉ
University of Stellenbosch, Department of Chemistry & Polymer
Science, Stellenbosch 7600 South Africa
E-mail: cmsmit@sun.ac.za

PVP-enzyme bioconjugates

 

 

Smit Abstract

39

TIAN, WENJING
Jilin University, 2699 Qianjin Street, Changchun 130012
China
E-mail: wjtian@jlu.edu.cn

High-efficient fluorescent and magnetic multi-modality probes based on polystyrene-poly(ethylene glycol) (PS-PEG) for noninvasive long-term monitoring of tumor

 

Abstract Tian

40

VAN DE WALLE, MATTHIAS
Queensland University of Technology, QLD, Brisbane 4169
Australia
E-mail: matthias.vandewalle@hdr.qut.edu.au

Scalable synthesis of sequence-defined oligomers via photoflow chemistry

 

Van de Walle Abstract

41

WEMYSS, ALAN
University of Warwick, Department of Chemistry, Coventry CV4 7AL
United Kingdom
E-mail: a.wemyss@warwick.ac.uk

Gas barrier polymer nanocomposite films prepared by graphene oxide armoured polystyrene microparticles

Wemyss Abstract

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