2012: Polymers for People
Back Row: Roland Franz, Glyn
Roberts, Phil Souter, Mike Gidley; David Weitz, Robb Hermes
Centre Row: Derek Irvine, Ezat Khoshdel, David Lidzey, Stefan Bon.
Front Row: Eugenia Kumacheva, Hong–Yee Low, Kathryn Uhrich, Tony Ryan (Chairman), Heather Maynard, Kazunori Kataoka.
HPRG 52nd Meeting
Sunday 29th April - Thursday 3rd May, 2012
Shrigley Hall Hotel, Pott Shrigley, Cheshire
Conference Chairmen: Professor Neil Cameron and Dr Ian Robinson
|1||Professor Stefan Bon (Warwick University, UK)
"Supracolloidal chemistry: from building blocks to assembled structures"
|2||Dr Roland Franz (Fraunhofer-Institute for Process Technology and Packaging , Germany)
"From activation energy of diffusion in polymers to food and consumer safety"
|3||Professor Mike Gidley (University of Queensland, Australia)
"Natural biopolymer assemblies in foods and their behaviour during digestion"
|4||Dr Robb Hermes (Los Alamos, USA)
"A new use for a commodity monomer: deep water oil wells"
|5||Professor Paul Hogg (Manchester University, UK)
"Powered by Composites: Clean Energy and Record Breaking Sport"
|6||Professor Derek Irvine (Nottingham University, UK)
"Microwave assisted scale up - selective power for selective people"
|7||Dr Mike Jenkins University of Birmingham, UK)
"Polymers in sports technology: an overview"
|8||Professor Kazunori Kataoka (University of Tokyo, Japan)
"Block copoloymer self-assemblies as smart nanocarriers in gene and drug delivery"
|9||Professor Eugenia Kumacheva (University of Toronto, Canada)
"Microfluidic Generation of Polymer Microgels: A Sea of Applications"
|10||Professor David Lidzey (University of Sheffield, UK)
"Organic photovoltaic devices: technology and materials"
|11||Dr. Hong-Yee Low (A Star, Singapore)
"Biomimetic Surface Functionalities through Nanoimprinted Micro- and Nanostructures"
|12||Professor. Heather Maynard (UCLA, USA)
"Protein-polymer nanocapsules for drug delivery"
|13||Dr Glyn Roberts and Dr Ezat Khoshdel (Unilever, UK)
"Toward a Sustainable Future - How Polymer Chemist will enable 21st century Home and Personal Care"
|14||Dr. Phil Souter (Procter & Gamble, UK)
"Developing a household-based water purification product for low income consumers"
|15||Professor Kathryn Uhrich (Rutgers University, USA)
"Polymers with a Purpose: Biocompatible Polymers that Degrade into Bioactives"
|16||Professor David Weitz (Harvard University, USA)
"Emulsion templated colloidal structures fabricated with microfluidics"
The High Polymer Research Group is grateful to the following companies and organisations for their support of our 52nd annual conference:
- Agilent Technologies
- Infineum UK Ltd
- Journal of Polymer Physics
If you would like to sponsor the High Polymer Research Group conference, please contact the group secretary: