A warm welcome from Outlook Conferences!!!
Outlook Conferences heartily invites participants from the globe to "International Conference and Exhibition on Polymer Science and Technology" scheduled on the following date May 18-19 2020, in Athens, Greece which will give a worldwide stage to talk and present your research work on the relevant topics of Polymer Science and Technology. Theme “Expedite polymer innovations for solving societal challenges”
Polymer-Science-2020 will also provide an excellent opportunity to meet experts around the globe to exchange information and also strengthen the collaboration among different Directors, Researchers, Professors, Associate Professors, and Scholars from academia, business and industry sectors in field of Material Science and Engineering, Bio Plastics, Rheology, Green Chemicals: Bio-polymers and Polymer chemistry, Polymer Nanotechnology , Polymers in Biochemistry, Polyhydroxy alkanoates, Monomers, Physics, Chemistry, Polymer Morphology, Polyvinyl Chloride, Bio composites, Polymer Engineering, Polymer Films, Recycling, Renewable Sources, Electrochemical Engineering, Conjugated micro porous and Poly lactic acid and related fields to meet and share their knowledge. Polymer Science and Technology is a 2-day event offering an Exhibition at venue to showcase the new innovations and emerging technologies and have wider sessions involving Keynote talks, Oral, YRF (student presentation), poster, e-poster presentations.
Young Research Forum:
Young Research Forum is the Outlook Conference’s flagship program and is a premier international forum for materials researchers to present their work. The Young Research Forum will provide an opportunity for a group of Ph.D. students to discuss and explore their research interests and career objectives with a panel of established researchers in materials. The consortium has the following objectives:
· To provide a mutual feedback on participants current research and guidance on future research directions.
·To develop a supportive community of scholars and a spirit of synergetic research.
· To support a new generation of researchers by offering advice about academic, research, industrial, and non-traditional career paths.
·To contribute to the overall conference goals through interaction with eminent researchers and participation in conference events.
The Young Research Forum will be held on 2nd day of the conference, as a full afternoon session during the main Polymer Science and Technology conference. Students may apply to participate either as a workshop participant or as a speaker.
We are looking forward to welcoming polymer scientists from OLC International Conference and Exhibition on Polymer Science and Technology in Athens, Greece and from all over the World to participate in the conference.
Scope and Importance:
Polymer Science and technology 2020 conference is an pursuit to explore the various ways to utilize natural resources for betterment of the future, promising a better tomorrow for the posterity and a better vision for the springing research. Over the past few years, a lots of change has occured in global economic activites. This tremendous growth has raised serious problems about current important patterns all over the world in production and consumption. As the current society has increased its attention in understanding of the environmental demeanor and its industrial system, greater attention has been given to the concept of sustainable economic practises that rely on energy from undeletable source and materials. The use of biologically derived Polymers become as an important integral of this global world.
In our ever-increasing technological world, science plays a vital role in providing solutions to vital issues of air, clean, and rich water, food, energy, and health. The attention of polymers and connected texts give each the statistics and insights of their higher understanding in our life.
Various reasons are associated with the development and reseaech of Biopolymers. Use of Bioplastics will make a tremendous change and will help rid of the conventional plastics, which is a welcome change.
Why to attend?
Polymer Science 2020 Conference offers a fantastic opportunity to meet researchers, scientists, professor around the globe who’s research field in polymers, Biomaterials, Polymer Science, Tissue engineering, Bio plastic and Materials Science, Polymer Chemistry and Polymer Engineering. Conference allows delegates to have a discussion with the eminent professor and researcher in the field of Polymer Science and Bio plastics. Polymer Science 2020 conference will feature renowned keynote talks, plenary speakers, young research forum, poster presentations, technical workshops and career guidance sessions.
·Junior/Senior research fellows
·Directors of polymer research companies
·Members of different physics and Chemistry associations
·Technical Staff from Materials Science
·Material Science Engineers
·Polymer Technology Manufacturers
·Faculty of Polymer Chemistry & Polymer Science from Universities and Colleges
Benefit to Researchers and Faculty Members
Symposium hosting(4-5member team)
Benefit to Universities, Associations & Societies
Benefit to Students and Research Scholars:
Poster Competition (Winner will get Best Poster Award)
Young Researcher Forum (YRF Award to the best presenter)
Benefit to Business Delegates:
Book Launch Event
Benefit to Product Manufacturers:
Exhibitor and Vendor booths
Work shop Organizing
Marketing and Networking with clients
About Athens ??
Greece has been a major tourist destination and attraction in Europe since antiquity, for its rich culture and history. Athens. As the birthplace of democracy and vibrant capital of Greece, Athens is a world unto itself and probably the first place you'll see on your trip. Greece is the Israel of Europe. The beautiful sunrise and dawn, the food and hospitality. Others would say that in the modern world it is famous for its olives and olive oil, its cuisine and the hospitality of its people
Athens also at the heart of Ancient Greece, a powerful civilization and empire. The city is still dominated by 5th-century BC landmarks, including the Acropolis, a hilltop citadel topped with ancient buildings like the colonnaded Parthenon temple. The Acropolis Museum, along with the National Archaeological Museum, preserves sculptures, vases, jewelry and more from Ancient Greece.
The best time to visit Athens is between March and May and from September to November. Weather during these spring and fall months is agreeable and sunshine is pretty much a guarantee.
Places of interest to travelers can be found within a relatively small area surrounding the city centre at Syntagma Square (Plateia Syntagmatos). This epicentre is surrounded by the districts of the Plaka to the south, Monastiraki and Thissio to the west, Kolonaki to the northeast and Omonia to the northwest.
The Acropolis— The ancient "high city" of Athens, crowned by marble temples sacred to the city's goddess Athena.
Plaka, Monastiraki and Thissio— Charming historic districts at the foot of the Acropolis, with restored 19th century neoclassical homes, pedestrianized streets, shops and restaurants, and picturesque ruins from the city's Roman era.
Kolonaki— Upscale residential area northeast of Syntagma with many cafes, boutiques and galleries.
Metaxourgeio—The district of Metaxourgeio, located northwest of Psiri, has become a bohemian enclave as well as a haven for art and culture. As part of the area's continual transformation, the principal gallery of the city, The Municipal Gallery, was relocated in October 2010 to Avdi Square, which is the main square of the area. Avdi Square is a large, public space that is well suited to artistic expression of all kinds. Metaxourgeio is also the main red-light district of Athens, though not the only one.
Omonia— Commercial area with a busy metro and one of the city's main hubs. Seedy in parts.
Exarcheia— Bohemian area and home to Greece's students, anarchists, artists and intellectuals, as well as the celebrated National Archaeological Museum.
Pangrati and Mets— These adjoining pleasant residential neighborhoods south of Lycabettos and east of the National Garden are rarely frequented by tourists, but they do include a few hotels and a number of good traditional tavernas.
Psiri— Former industrial district located north of Monastiraki, now full of trendy and alternative restaurants, cafés, bars, small luxury hotels and shops.
Syntagma Square (Plateia Syntagmatos)— Dominated by the old Royal Palace which serves today as the Parliament building, Syntagma Square is the business district of Athens, complete with major hotels, banks, restaurants and airline offices.
Kifissia— Suburb at the northern terminus of Line 1 (Green), known for its high-end shopping.
Nea Smyrni— Suburb about 5 km south of downtown Athens, known as a modern European district.
Piraeus— The ancient port six miles southwest of Athens city centre, Piraeus is known today as one of the biggest ports in Europe, serves most of Athens passenger connections to Crete and the Aegean Islands.
Zografou— Suburb 5 km east of downtown Athens on the slopes of Imitos, known for the many university (NTUA) buildings and several quirky bars and taverns sprinkled about.
Athens Riviera— Some call it the *Copacabana of Europe*, the coastline of Athens southeast suburbs with lots of nice beaches, sea promenades, marinas and night clubs, starting from the Flisvos Marina and streching all the way to the suburb of Varkiza. During the summer season it becomes the "heart" of the city's tourism and night life.
Glyfada— Suburb in south Athens district connected by tram. Glyfada (Pronounced GLI'FADA) combines shopping with many small cafés and restaurants. Located along the ocean and sports some beaches and beach bars.
Polymer Material Science and Engineering
Macromolecular Polymeric Structure
Recent Advances in Polymer Chemistry
Polymer Synthesis and Polymerization
Polymers in Biochemistry
Bio-related Medical Polymers
Polymer Therapeutics: Concepts and Application
Bio catalysis in Polymer Chemistry
Solid Waste Management of Polymers
Polymeric Material Chemistry and Physics
Energy, Optics, and Optoelectronic
Poly lactic acid
Composite Polymeric Material
Future and Scope for Bio polymers
Green Chemicals: Bio-polymers
Recent advances in Polymer chemistry
Conjugated micro porous polymer
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