day 1 agenda

Sep 11 - 12, 2023 at Barcelona, Spain
Scientific Program
Day-1-  Meeting Room-A
08.00-08.40    Registrations 
08.40-09.00   Welcome Ceremony
Keynote Session
09.00-09.30 TBA
09.30-10.00 Slot Available
10.00-10.30 TBA
Group Photo @ Foyer (or) Hall
10.30-10.50  Refreshment Break @ Foyer
10.50 - 13.10  Technical Session-I
  Plenary Talk: Polymeric Biomaterials: What Has Gone Right, What Has Gone Wrong 
Thomas J. Webster, Hebei University of Technology, United States
  Recovery of Green Polyols from Rigid Polyurethane Waste by Catalytic Depolymerization
Rafael Miguel, GAIKER Technology Center, Spain
  Assessment of the Impact of Ionizing Radiation on the Structural, Mechanical and Biophysical Properties of Textiles Used in Multilayer Space Suit
Izabella Krucinska, Lodz University of Technology, Poland
  Railway network arch bridge fully relying on CFRP hangers
Urs Meier, Empa, Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology, Switzerland
  Chemical recycling alternatives for recycling of EoL composite and biocomposites materials
Alberto Barranca, AIMPLAS (Instituto Tecnológico del Plástico), Spain
Liudmyla Gryshchuk, Leibniz Institute for Composite Materials GmbH, Germany
  Sol-gel hybrid coatings as primer for enhancing adhesion and thermal resistance of polymer insulating materials for copper magnet wire
Abdelhamid Boudiba, Materia Nova, Belgium
13.10- 14.10 Lunch Break @ Restaurant
  14.10 - 18.00 Technical Session-II 
  Isosorbide: a bio-based monomer with multiple applications
Helene Amedro, Roquette Freres, France
  Possible applications of Agri-food Wastes on bioplastics in Their Second Life for circular economy
Manuela Facchin, Ca' Foscari University of Venice, Italy
  The new European database for chemicals of concern: How useful is SCIP for waste management?
Beate Kummer, Kummer umwelt:kommunikation GmbH, Germany
  Oven-Drying Microfibrillated Cellulose Covered with a Low Molecular Weight Copolymer for Dispersion in a Polymer Matrix
Paula do Patrocínio Dias, University of São Paulo, Brazil
  Soft meets hard: bioinspired concepts and applications from a climbing cactus
Nick Rowe, CNRS France, France
  Soft meets hard: bioinspired concepts and applications from a climbing cactus
Patricia Soffiatti, Federal University of Parana State, Brazil
16.10-16.20 Refreshment Break @ Foyer
  YRF: Novel poly(azomethine)s based on diphenylsiloxane and polythiophene moieties. Synthesis, characterization, optical and thermal properties
Jean Andre Medina Martínez, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, Chile
  Robotic 3D-printing of recycled thermoplastic structural components
Finian McCann, London South Bank University, United Kingdom
  YRF: Effect of coal fly ash cenosphere on the tan Delta properties of polyester resin composite
Víctor Manuel Serrano Martínez, INESCOP, Spain
  An experimental study on the derivation of the thermophysical properties of EPDM rubber during curing 
Taher Meydando, Standard Profil Group, Turkey
  YRF: Effect of coal fly ash cenosphere on the tan Delta properties of polyester resin composite
Shania Zehra Naqvi, Advanced Nanoengineering Materials Laboratory, Kanpur, India
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day 2 agenda

Day-2- Meeting Room - A
9.00 - 13.10  Technical Session-III
  New Sorting Technology for better recycling quotas and qualities
Beate Kummer, Kummer umwelt:kommunikation GmbH, Germany
  Low- and high-velocity impact behaviour of composite laminates: Insights of different numerical modelling approaches
Olben Falco Salcines, Univeristy of Oxford, United Kingdom
  Polyanhydride-based Nanoparticles for Controlled and time-scheduled Ocular drug delivery
Sarit Sivan, Braude College of Engineering, Israel
  Swelling Phenomenon in Rubber Weatherstrip Manufacturing Under Real Process Conditions Imposed in a Commercial Extrusion Line
Tarik Turkistanli, Turkish Aerospace, Turkey
  Synthetic biology for the production of polyhydroxy alkanoate bioplastic precursors in fermentative bacteria.
John Love, The University of Exeter, United Kingdom
  Green Synthesis, Characterisation and Application of Some Novel Polymeric Nano Materials for Treatment of Contaminated Drinking Water and Industrial Effluents
Debasis Mohanty, Dhenkanal Autonomous College, Dhenkanal, India
11.00-11.10 Refreshment Break @ Foyer
  Sugar-based catechol-containing  biopolymers: biologically active poly[3-(3,4-dihydroxyphenyl)glyceric acid] from medicinal plants of Boraginaceae family – the paradigm of a multifunctional multitarget biopolyether with applications in cancer prevention and treatment
Vakhtang Barbakadze, Tbilisi State Medical University, Georgia
  “Smart” Drug Delivery: A Window to Future of Translational Medicine
Seema Bhatnagar, Amity Institute Of Biotechnology, India
  Developing a field sampling protocol for microplastics in river waters 
Catherine Wilson, Cardiff University, United Kingdom
  Analysis of particle variation effect on flexural properties of hollow glass microsphere filled epoxy matrix syntactic foam composites
Olusegun Adigun Afolabi, Durban University of Technology, South Africa
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13.10- 14.10 Lunch Break @ Restaurant
15.10 - 16.50  Technical Session-IV
  Development of PLA-based composites with antibacterial activity
Kristine V. Aleksanyan, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  Technics for Prevention and Mitigation of Radon Inflow in Buildings
Luís Pimentel Real, National Laboratory of Civil Engineering – LNEC, Portugal
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(Virtual Through ZOOM) Barcelona Time - 9.30-16.00
  Porous organic Polymers immobilized Polyolefin Catalysts
Xiong Wang, Lanzhou Petrochemical Research Center, PRI, PetroChina, China
  Ionic Liquid-Modified Porous Organic Polymers as Efficient Metallocene Catalyst Supports
Wenqian Kang, Petrochemical Research Institute, PetroChina, China
  Effect of the Molecular Mass of Hyaluronan on Its Thermophysical Properties and on Dynamic Viscosity of Its Aqueous Solutions
Li Ekaterina Gavrilovna, MIREA – Russian Technological University, Russia
  Alcohol-soluble cationic polythiophenes: inside the role of cathode interlayers for halogen-free OSCs
Martina Marinelli, University of Bologna, Italy
  Sorption of organic pollutants on laboratory made microplastics
Francesca  Lionetto, University of Salento, Italy
  E-beam treatment for packaging materials
Daniele  Spinelli, Next Technology Tecnotessile, Italy
  Analysis of the behavior of fiberglass composite panels with bio-inspired protective layers in contact with water subjected to repeated impacts.
Anabelis Carolina Omaña Lozada, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
  Poster: Theoretical prediction of the complex formation possibility between crosslink polymers and different particles
Anastasiia Dunaieva, National Technical University «Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute», Ukraine
  Collision tumor of malignant tumors of the skin: dermal squamomelanocytic tumor coexisting with basal cell carcinoma– a rare case
Pantelis Diamantopoulos, "Agios Savvas" Ongologic Hospital, Greece
  Poster: Standardization and optimization the grinding with balls at devolepmento composite of the bioglasst by to be mixtured which poli(acid lactic) PLA film and used implantology bone
Diego Eterno De Oliveira Mendonça, University of São Paulo, Brazil
  Development of functionalized chitosan to mimic a neutralizing antibody against SARSCoV-2.
Marcelo Cevallos Lira, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, Peru
  Genetic Containment for Molecular Farming
Amy Leigh Klocko, University of Colorado Colorado Springs, United States
  Homogenization of short fiber composites with imperfect interfaces and complex microstructures
Wenya Shu, Virginia Tech, United States
  Poster: Intelligent Materials: Characterization of Amphiphilic Cobaltocenium Copolymers via Size Exclusion Chromatography
Nasrollah Hamidi, South Carolina State University, United States
  Surface Modification of Bacterial Cellulose for Biomedical Applications
Teresa Aditya, Pennsylvania State University, United States
  Preservation of proteins in human plasma through metal-organic framework encapsulation 
Jeremiah Morrissey, Washington University in St. Louis, United States
  Anti-Biofilm Efficacy of Commonly Used Wound Care Products in In Vitro Settings
Matthew Myntti, Next Science, United States
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This is a tentative program, subjects to change

posters agenda

14.10-16.00 Poster Session
  Poster: DMA investigation of the factors influencing the glass transition in 3D printed specimens of shape memory recycled PET
Stefan Dumitru Sava, Gheorghe Asachi Technical Uiversity of Iasi, Romania
  Poster: Comparing the performance of two different fluorescent dyes in the development of fluorescent molecularly imprinted polymers for pepsin enzyme
Aya M. Mostafa, Kingston University, United Kingdom
  Poster: Mechanical effects of aging in silicone breast prostheses
Michela Arnoldi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
  Poster: Bacteria from marine caves with potential to biodegrade petroleum-based and biobased microplastics
Isabel Marín Beltrán, Centro de Ciências do Mar do Algarve (CCMAR), Portugal
  Poster: An Enzymatic Microplastic Filter for Washing Machines Developed by the Exeter iGEM Team
Yik Ting Chan, The University of Exeter, United Kingdom
  Poster: Microelastic response mechanism of poly(butylene succinate)/ microcrystalline cellulose composite monofilaments
Yang Zhang, Donghua University, China
  Poster: The characteristics of alkaline hydrolysis of PET industrial filament were analyzed based on the change of structural properties under alkaline environment
Ting Wei, Donghua University, China
  Poster: Quantitative characterization of branching degree of chain extended polyester basedonrheological test
Ruiling Fan, Donghua University, China
  Poster: The viscosification of titanium catalyzed PET was designed basedonthekinetics of solid-phase polycondensation
Na Sun, Donghua University, China
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