Plenary Speakers

Filip Du Prez

Ghent University, Belgium
short bio

Tentative title
Circular Thermoset Materials:
Merging Academic and Industrial Principles
 


Olli Ikkala

Aalto University, Espoo, Finland
short bio

Tentative title
Programming materials with classical conditioning algorithms
 

Katja Loos

University of Groningen, The Netherlands
short bio

Tentative title
Enzymatic Polymerizations – Making Polymer Synthesis More Sustainable
 

Michael Rubinstein

Duke University, Durham, NC, USA
short bio

Tentative title
Dynamics of Entangled Ring Polymers
 

 Christopher Barner-Kowollik

Queensland University of Technology, Australia
EPF 2022 Prize winner

Tentative title
Multi-Colour Synergistic, Antagonistic and Orthogonal Photochemistry for Macromolecular Synthesis
 

Jean-François Gérard

Institut de Chimie CNRS, Paris, France
short bio

Tentative title
Polymers? What materials could better offer a biomimetic approach to superhydrophobic surfaces?
 

Katharina Landfester

Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research, Mainz, Germany
short bio

Tentative title
TBA
 

David Mecerreyes

University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU, Centro Joxe Mari Korta Center, Spain
short bio

Tentative title
Innovative polymers for batteries
 

Brigitte Voit

Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden, Germany
short bio

Tentative title
Dendritic glycopolymers in bioconjugates, polyplexes and as therapeutics