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  • · State Key Lab for Modification of Chemical Fibers and Polymer Materials
  • · Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • · College of Polymer Science & Polymer Engineering, the University of Akron
  • · Department of Chemistry, Stony Brook University
  • · 2002 International Conference on Advanced Fibers and Polymer Materials
  • · 2005 International Conference on Advanced Fibers and Polymer Materials
  • · 2007 International Conference on Advanced Fibers and Polymer Materials
  • · 2009 International Conference on Advanced Fibers and Polymer Materials
  • Ms. Qianzhi Cao
    Tel.: +86-21-67792865
    Fax: +86-21-67792865
    Email:icafpm2011@dhu.edu.cn
    Dr. Yaopeng Zhang
    Tel.: +86-21-67792954
    Fax: +86-21-67792865
    Email: zyp@dhu.edu.cn
    State Key Laboratory for Modification of Chemical Fibers and Polymer Materials
    College of Materials Science and Engineering
    Donghua University, 2999 North Renmin Road, Songjiang District, Shanghai 201620, P.R. China
  • Program

Summary


Monday, Aug. 15

Tuesday, Aug.16

Wednesday, Aug.17

Registration

9:00 – 17:00
The Lobby of C.M.S.E. Building,
Songjiang Campus. DHU;

9:00 – 20:00
The Lobby of Songjiang New Century Grand Hotel Shanghai;

9:00 – 20:00
The Lobby of Shanghai Vienna Hotel

Opening Ceremony
8:30 – 9:00
2F, No.1 Lecture Room,
the Library and Information Center, DHU

Oral Sessions
8:30 – 11:50
2F, the Library and Information Center, DHU
S-1:  b220 No.1 Conference Room
S-2:  b218 No.2 Conference Room
S-3:  b216 No.3 Conference Room
S-4:  b210 No.4 Conference Room

 Plenary Lectures
9:00 – 11:50
2F, No.1 Lecture Room,
the Library and Information Center, DHU

Lunch
11:50 – 13:20
Donghua Restaurant II (3F) [1]

Lunch
11:50 – 13:20
Donghua Restaurant II (3F) [1]

Oral Sessions
13:30 – 15:30
2F, the Library and Information Center, DHU
S-1:  b220 No.1 Conference Room
S-2:  b218 No.2 Conference Room
S-3:  b216 No.3 Conference Room
S-4:  b210 No.4 Conference Room

Plenary Lectures
13: 30 – 15:50
2F, No.1 Lecture Room,
the Library and Information Center, DHU

Poster Sessions
15:30 – 17:00
2F, No.2 Lecture Room,
the Library and Information Center, DHU

Closing Ceremony
15:50 – 16:20
2F, No.1 Lecture Room,
the Library and Information Center, DHU

Conference Banquet
18:00 – 20:30
Xilaideng Restaurant

Dinner
17:00 – 18:00
Donghua Restaurant II (3F) [1]

[1]  Student participants from DHU are arranged to have meals separately on Tuesday noon, Wednesday noon and Wednesday evening.
Click here to download the full program of the conference.(Updated Aug. 10, 2011)
Notice: The organizing committee may change this program, please check our website for latest information.



Confirmed Invited Speakers

 

No.

Name

Country

Affiliation

Title

1

Robert H. Grubbs

USA

California Institute of Technology

To be confirmed

2

Hans-Juergen Adler

Germany

Technical University of Dresden

Conducting thin layers and polymer particles

3

Mukerrem Cakmak

USA

The University of Akron

Hybrid electrospinning casting method to produce multifunctional flexible transparent conductive films

4

Kazutoshi Haraguchi

Japan

Kawamura Institute of Chemical Research

Soft nanocomposite materials with novel organic/inorganic network structures

5

Benjiamin S. Hsiao

USA

Stony Brook University

Highly permeable nanofibrous membranes for water purification

6

Shinji Kato

Japan

Kawamura Institute of Chemical Research

Palladium Nanoparticles Captured in Micro/nanotextured Porous Polymers: A Tailor‐Made Catalyst for Heterogeneous Carbon Cross-Coupling Reactions

7

Takeshi Kikutani

Japan

Tokyo Institute of Technology

Utilization of bicomponent melt spinning process for the preparation of fibers with optical functionality

8

Sanjay Rastogi

UK

Loughborough University

Solid state processing of disentangled ultra high molecular weight polyethylene(s) for demanding applications

9

Richard A. Register

USA

Princeton University

Block copolymer thermoplastic elastomers with composite crystalline-glassy hard domains

10

Yiqi Yang

USA

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Plant proteins as biomaterials

11

Brigitte Voit

Germany

Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden

Dendritic glycopolymers - synthesis, characterization and application in biomedicine and nanotechnology

12

Robert B. Grubbs

USA

Stony Brook University

Structuring materials with functional polymers


POSTER PRESENTATIONS

A poster presentation is a visual display and an extremely useful and valuable element to a conference’s technical program.

  • It provides an alternative medium for delegates to learn about new ideas and topics and expand their knowledge about certain concepts.
  • It allows those presenters who are not confident in speaking on stage to still present an idea at the conference.
  • It means that more abstracts can be included in the conference program, with obvious benefits for everyone.
  • It provides another dynamic to the conference program.

A poster is prepared on presentation cardboard or other material. It contains some text and imagery relating to the author’s ideas or research. Photographs, diagrams and tables are useful as well. There is no limit to the font size, type or layout of the actual text but authors must bear in mind that simplicity of reading at a distance and interpreting the information is important. There are no guidelines for the layout, and authors are limited only by their own creativity.

Poster Session
There is time allocated in the conference program which is the “Poster Session” for poster presentation. All authors are asked to be alongside their poster during this time (Tuesday 16 August between 15:30 and 17:00). The Poster Session time is marketed as an opportunity for delegates to approach the author of the poster and ask questions or discuss any element of the information displayed.

Size
A poster is about 105 cm high and 80 cm wide and will be pasted by yourself in the morning, Tuesday, Aug. 16. Please take away your poster before 5 pm, Wednesday, Aug. 17.