Oral Presentations

The oral sessions will take place from June 7th to June 9th. The oral presentations will include keynotes, invited lectures and short oral presentations. Their durations will be as follows:

  • Keynotes will last 40 minutes.

  • Invited lectures, will last 20 minutes.

  • Oral communications will last 15 minutes.

The program of the poster session can be downloaded from the dedicated web page

The poster communications will be exhibited at the congress venue, the Auditorium of the University of Milan, for the entire duration of the congress.


Keynote Speakers

Luigi Ambrosio

Luigi Ambrosio

Italian National Research Council, Pozzuoli, Italy

Polymer based biomaterials for health: a long journey from research to market

Tobias Robert

Tobias Robert

Fraunhofer Institut WKI, Germany

Bio-based polymer resins for coatings applications

Sabu Thomas

Sabu Thomas

Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, India

Nanostructured polysaccharide materials for water purification

Invited Speakers

Ilaria Armentano

Ilaria Armentano

University of Tuscia, Italy

Polymer-based composites for biomedical applications

Daniele Cangialosi

Daniele Cangialosi

The Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) - Materials Physics Center, San Sebastián, Spain

Non-equilibrium glass dynamics in complex polymeric systems

Roberta Cavalli

Roberta Cavalli

University of Turin, Italy

Francesco Cellesi

Francesco Cellesi

Polytechnic University of Milan, Italy

Advanced polymers via macromolecular engineering for nanosized delivery systems

Monika Dobrzynska-Mizera

Monika Dobrzynska-Mizera

Poznan University of Technology, Poland

Bioresorbable implants manufactured via 3D printing technology for bone reconstruction

Maurizio Galimberti

Maurizio Galimberti

Polytechnic University of Milan, Italy

Polymers with controlled molecular structure from biosourced building blocks

Coralie Jehanno

Coralie Jehanno

Polykey, Donostia, Spain

Polymers for a sustainable future: challenges and opportunities of a young start-up

Anaïs Pitto-Barry

Anaïs Pitto-Barry

University Paris-Saclay, France

Exploiting polymer assemblies for the delivery of inorganics

Gabriella Santagata

Gabriella Santagata

Italian National Research Council (IPCB-CNR), Italy

Exploitation of agrowaste and vegetable biomass as source of upgraded bioplastics: a real chance of circular economy approach

Nicola Tirelli

Nicola Tirelli

Italian Institute of Technology, Genoa, Italy

An enzymatic gelation process that mimics natural lignification

Lucia Toniolo

Lucia Toniolo

Polytechnic University of Milan, Italy

Polymers for the conservation of stone materials in architecture: a long challenge

Izabela Zaborniak

Izabela Zaborniak

Rzeszow University of Technology, Poland

Development of radical polymerization toward more economical and environmentally-friendly concepts: From low ppm to metal-free ATRP

Federica Zaccheria

Federica Zaccheria

Italian National Research Council (CNR-SCITEC), Milan, Italy

Tapping into renewable sources for the preparation of styrene-free thermosetting materials with tunable properties

Speakers

Poster Presenters

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