JULY 18 - 22, 2010


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Contemporary Ways to Tailor-made Polymers

Modern Methods of Polymer Synthesis

Prague • Czech Republic • July 18 - 22, 2010

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Chairpersons:             Petr Vlček  -  Zdeňka Sedláková  -  Drahomír Výprachtický
Venue: Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry AS CR, v.v.i.
Heyrovského nám. 2, 162 06 Prague 6, Czech Republic

Aims & Scope

The Symposium is the 74th in the series of annual Prague Meetings on Macromolecules, the first of which was held in 1967. The Meetings are themed events, getting together people engaged in basic as well as applied research in certain field of polymer science. Thus, the announced conference addresses researchers dealing with all types of polymer synthesis, their characterization and applications, including design of tailored polymer materials for various use in technical and biological applications.

Conference Topics

International Advisory Board

Durairaj Baskaran
(Pune, India)

Christopher Barner-Kowollik  
(Karlsruhe, Germany)

Antoine Debuigne
(Liége, Belgium)

Alain Deffieux
(Bordeaux, France)

David M. Haddleton
(Warwick, UK)

Nikos Hadjichristidis
(Athens, Greece)

Ewa Malmstrom
(Stockholm, Sweden)
  Krzysztof Matyjaszewski  
(Pittsburgh, USA)

Axel H.E. Müller
(Bayreuth, Germany)

Stanislaw Penczek
(Lodz, Poland)

Virgil Percec
(Philadelphia, USA)

Stergios Pispas
(Athens, Greece)

Sebastien Perrier
(Sydney, Australia)

Roderic P. Quirk
(Akron, USA)
Yasuyuki Tezuka
(Tokyo, Japan)

Christo B. Tsvetanov
(Sofia, Bulgary)

Jean-Pierre Vairon
(Paris, France)

Jiří Vohlídal
(Prague, Czech Rep.)

Yusuf Yagci
(Istanbul, Turkey)

  Alexander Yakimanski
(St. Petersburg, Russia)

Majda Zigon
(Ljubljana, Slovenia)

Key Lectures

Christopher Barner-Kowollik (University of Karlsruhe, Germany)
High Efficiency Approaches to Polymer Ligation and Characterization

Virgil Percec (University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA)
Self-Controlled Supramolecular and Living Radical Polymerizations

Roderic P. Quirk (University of Akron, USA)
Anionic Synthesis of Well-defined, Chain-end and In-chain Functionalized Polymers

Mitsuo Sawamoto (Kyoto University, Japan)
Tailor-Made Functional Polymers via Metal-Mediated Living RadicalPolymerization

Lawrence R. Sita (University of Maryland, USA)
Practical Production of Tailored-Made Precision Polyolefins

Yasuyuki Tezuka (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
Topological Polymer Chemistry: A Cyclic Approach for Unusual Functions in Polymer Materials

Yusuf Yagci (Istanbul Technical University, Turkey)
Photochemical Methods for the Preparation Nano and Complex Macromolecular Structures

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