The 3rd International Conference on Times of Polymers

The 3rd International Conference on Times of Polymers ISSN 1070-4272, Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry, 2006, Vol. 79, No. 11, p. 1912. Pleiades Publishing, Inc., 2006. Original Russian Text G.E. Zaikov, M.I. Artsis, N.N. Madyuskin, 2006, published in Zhurnal Prikladnoi Khimii, 2006, Vol. 79, No. 11, pp. 1934 1935. INFORMATION DOI: 10.1134/S1070427206110334 The 3nd International Conference on Times of [A. Vautrin (France)]; (8) Water Diffusion in Glassy Polymers (TOP) was held in Italy from June 18 to 22, Polymers and Their Silica Hybrids: an Analysis of 2006. State of Water Molecules and of the Effect of Tensile Stress [G. Mensitieri (Italy)]; (9) Large Area Proc- About 150 scientists from 22 countries (Algeria, essing of All Organic Electronic Systems Combining Argentina, Bahrein, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Nanoscale Imprinting and Inkjet Printing Technol- France, Georgia, Greece, Iran, Israel, Italy, Kuwait, ogies [F. Zenhausern (the United States)]; (10) Chain Mexico, Portugal, Russia, Slovak Republic, Switzer- Entanglement in Thin Free-Standing Polymer Films land, Taiwan, the United States, and Venezuela) [K. Dalnoki-Veress (Canada)]; and (11) The Effect of participated in the Conference. They represented Solvents (Plasticizers) on PVC Degradation [G.E. Zai- 65 research centers. kov (Russia)]. The Conference provided a forum for scientists and Oral and poster presentations covered such topical engineers throughout the world interested in the time- problems as development of conducting polymeric scales of polymer and composite processing, struc- ture, and properties. The Conference’s motto was and composite materials as well as materials having Research, Development, Production. semiconductor properties; biopolymers and their medical applications; new methods for polymer char- As time is the driving concept in the polymer acterization (including chemiluminescence); relaxation science community, the Conference included sessions phenomena in polymers and composites; liquid-crys- on various topics and provided opportunities for ex- talline polymers (preparation and characterization); changing ideas and opinions on both fundamental sci- and reactions in solid polymers under pressure and ence and industry-relevant subjects such as viscoelas- shear stress (reactions in extruders). ticity, thin films, nanocomposites, organic electronics (OLED, OTFT), polymer-based sensors, industrial Several presentations were devoted to filled poly- rheology, durability/degradation, processing, biomate- mers (preparation and characterization), inorganic and rials, cultural heritage, and fracture and yielding. organic polymers and their blends, dyeing of polymers and the contribution of chemical additives in the The Conference Program included a plenary lec- behavior of polymeric materials, degradation and ture, 11 invited presentations, 50 oral contributions stabilization of polymers, flame retardation in poly- from participants, and the same number of poster pre- mers, novel environmentally friendly fire retardants, sentations. smart polymers and their properties, polymeric The plenary lecture entitled Nanomechanical Meas- hydrogels and their applications in medicine and farm- urements of Polymers in the Vicinity of the Glass ing, structure and properties of various polymers, dif- Transition: Question about T and Enhanced Sur- fusion of multicomponent systems (electrolytes) in a face Dynamics was presented by G.B. McKenna solid polymer, nanopolymers (preparation and charac- (the United States). terization), mechanical properties of composite mate- The eleven invited lectures were as follows: rials, prediction of the service and storage life of poly- (1) Timescales of Mechanically Stimulated Glassy meric and composite materials, and biochemical syn- Polymers [A. D’Amore (Italy)]; (2) Dynamics of thesis as a novel approach to preparation of polymers. Nanoparticles for Biomedical Applications [J. Mijovic The Conference revealed that synthesis, properties, (the United States)]; (3) Control of the Macromolecu- and applications of polymers, polymer blends, poly- lar Architecture during Reactive Processing [F. Ciar- mer composites, and filled polymers continue to be delli (Italy)]; (4) Computer Simulations of Radical topical basic and applied problems. Polymerization at Unusual Conditions [A.R. Khoklov Proceedings of the Conference will be published as (Russia)]; (5) Reinvestigating Polymer Oxidation a special issue of the European Polymer Journal. Processes by New Tools [G. Montaudo (Italy)]; (6) Comparison of the Viscoelastic Bulk and Shear The next Conference Times of Polymers-IV will be Moduli [S.L. Simon (the United States)]; (7) Model- held in July, 2006 at the same place. ling and Experimental Characterization of Hydrother- moelastic Stress in Polymer Matrix Composites G. E. Zaikov, M. I. Artsis, and N. N. Madyuskin http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry Springer Journals

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Chemistry; Chemistry/Food Science, general; Industrial Chemistry/Chemical Engineering
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ISSN 1070-4272, Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry, 2006, Vol. 79, No. 11, p. 1912. Pleiades Publishing, Inc., 2006. Original Russian Text G.E. Zaikov, M.I. Artsis, N.N. Madyuskin, 2006, published in Zhurnal Prikladnoi Khimii, 2006, Vol. 79, No. 11, pp. 1934 1935. INFORMATION DOI: 10.1134/S1070427206110334 The 3nd International Conference on Times of [A. Vautrin (France)]; (8) Water Diffusion in Glassy Polymers (TOP) was held in Italy from June 18 to 22, Polymers and Their Silica Hybrids: an Analysis of 2006. State of Water Molecules and of the Effect of Tensile Stress [G. Mensitieri (Italy)]; (9) Large Area Proc- About 150 scientists from 22 countries (Algeria, essing of All Organic Electronic Systems Combining Argentina, Bahrein, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Nanoscale Imprinting and Inkjet Printing Technol- France, Georgia, Greece, Iran, Israel, Italy, Kuwait, ogies [F. Zenhausern (the United States)]; (10) Chain Mexico, Portugal, Russia, Slovak Republic, Switzer- Entanglement in Thin Free-Standing Polymer Films land, Taiwan, the United States, and Venezuela) [K. Dalnoki-Veress (Canada)]; and (11) The Effect of participated in the Conference. They represented Solvents (Plasticizers) on PVC Degradation [G.E. Zai- 65 research centers. kov (Russia)]. The Conference provided a forum for scientists and Oral and poster presentations covered such topical engineers throughout the world interested in the time- problems as development of conducting polymeric scales of polymer and composite processing, struc- ture, and properties. The Conference’s motto was and composite materials as well as materials having Research, Development, Production. semiconductor properties; biopolymers and their medical applications; new methods for polymer char- As time is the driving concept in the polymer acterization (including chemiluminescence); relaxation science community, the Conference included sessions phenomena in polymers and composites; liquid-crys- on various topics and provided opportunities for ex- talline polymers (preparation and characterization); changing ideas and opinions on both fundamental sci- and reactions in solid polymers under pressure and ence and industry-relevant subjects such as viscoelas- shear stress (reactions in extruders). ticity, thin films, nanocomposites, organic electronics (OLED, OTFT), polymer-based sensors, industrial Several presentations were devoted to filled poly- rheology, durability/degradation, processing, biomate- mers (preparation and characterization), inorganic and rials, cultural heritage, and fracture and yielding. organic polymers and their blends, dyeing of polymers and the contribution of chemical additives in the The Conference Program included a plenary lec- behavior of polymeric materials, degradation and ture, 11 invited presentations, 50 oral contributions stabilization of polymers, flame retardation in poly- from participants, and the same number of poster pre- mers, novel environmentally friendly fire retardants, sentations. smart polymers and their properties, polymeric The plenary lecture entitled Nanomechanical Meas- hydrogels and their applications in medicine and farm- urements of Polymers in the Vicinity of the Glass ing, structure and properties of various polymers, dif- Transition: Question about T and Enhanced Sur- fusion of multicomponent systems (electrolytes) in a face Dynamics was presented by G.B. McKenna solid polymer, nanopolymers (preparation and charac- (the United States). terization), mechanical properties of composite mate- The eleven invited lectures were as follows: rials, prediction of the service and storage life of poly- (1) Timescales of Mechanically Stimulated Glassy meric and composite materials, and biochemical syn- Polymers [A. D’Amore (Italy)]; (2) Dynamics of thesis as a novel approach to preparation of polymers. Nanoparticles for Biomedical Applications [J. Mijovic The Conference revealed that synthesis, properties, (the United States)]; (3) Control of the Macromolecu- and applications of polymers, polymer blends, poly- lar Architecture during Reactive Processing [F. Ciar- mer composites, and filled polymers continue to be delli (Italy)]; (4) Computer Simulations of Radical topical basic and applied problems. Polymerization at Unusual Conditions [A.R. Khoklov Proceedings of the Conference will be published as (Russia)]; (5) Reinvestigating Polymer Oxidation a special issue of the European Polymer Journal. Processes by New Tools [G. Montaudo (Italy)]; (6) Comparison of the Viscoelastic Bulk and Shear The next Conference Times of Polymers-IV will be Moduli [S.L. Simon (the United States)]; (7) Model- held in July, 2006 at the same place. ling and Experimental Characterization of Hydrother- moelastic Stress in Polymer Matrix Composites G. E. Zaikov, M. I. Artsis, and N. N. Madyuskin

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