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Physical Aspects of Polymer Science 2015

The 27th biennial meeting of the Polymer Physics Group provides an opportunity for researchers from both academia and industry to discuss the latest innovations in understanding and replique montre de luxe manipulating the physical behaviour of a wide range of polymeric systems.

About the IOP Polymer Physics Group

The Polymer Physics Group provides a forum for all who have an interest in the physics of polymers.

The interests of the Group cover all aspects of the physical properties, structure and dynamics of polymers (both synthetic and naturally occurring) in the form of semi-crystalline solids, glasses, elastomers, gels, melts, and solutions. Fundamental phenomena are of interest along with applications of polymers in technologies, such as optoelectronics, photovoltaics, coatings, composites, medicine, foods and pharmacy. The Group works closely with The Royal Society of Chemistry (Faraday Division) and The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining. We enjoy close links with the Macro Group with whom we publish a joint newsletter. The Group welcomes physicists, chemists and engineers from both academia and industry.

Each year the Group organizes a few one day or longer meetings to discuss specific aspects of polymer physics. The three day biennial conference, embracing all aspects of polymer physics, is held in September of alternate years.replique montre pas cher 

» Place: Manchester, United Kingdom

» Start Date: 08/09/2015

» End Date: 10/09/2015

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This project has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement n° [609149].

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