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PPS Webinar

Nano- and Bionano- Polymers:
Preparation, Characterization and Applications

July 15, 2021
15:00-18:00, TOKYO TIME

This webinar of the Polymer Processing Society (PPS) focuses on nano- and Bionano- polymers, an emerging area of research that has far-reaching influence in materials development, characterization and applications. Five distinguished speakers will share their research contributions. The session includes five talks, 30 min each and a question period at the end of the presentations.

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The last day to register was July 12, 2021

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Prof. Joung Sook Hong, Seoul National University, South Korea

Particle network formation control for electrically and mechanically reinforced biopolymer composite development

Prof. Takeshi Kikutani, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

Tentative title: Melt spinning of bio-based and bio-degradable polymers

Prof. Yongjin Li, College of Material, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Hangzhou Normal University, China

Interface Engineering and Functionalization of Polymer Blends by Reactive Compatibilization

Prof. Abderrahim Maazouz, INSA, University of Lyon, France

Model Biocomposites based on poly (lactic acid) and bioactive glass fillers for bones regeneration: Structure/ innovative processes relationships

Prof. Chi Wang, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

Extension rate of straight jet segment during electrospinning