PPS 32, 25-29 July 2016 in Lyon (France)

PPS-32PPS 32 in Lyon, France- July 25-29. The 32nd International Conference of the Polymer Processing Society (PPS-32) will be held in Lyon, France. It provides cutting edge research results and latest developments in the field of polymer engineering and science. The thematic range comprises conventional processing technologies as well as materials based macromolecular research. General Symposia and a series of Special Symposia will offer a forum for more than 600 oral presentations and 200 poster presentation. Further highlights are the Plenary Lectures given by speakers from academia and companies focusing on topics from the academic science and global challenges for industrial polymer engineering. On top of that the 2016 Awardees of two notable prices of the Polymer Processing Society will present their contributions. A technical exhibition and a splendid social program will accompany the conference. Besides, there will be opportunity to join several industry plant tours to regional plastic processing companies and institutions.

 Contact: Abderrahim.maazouz@insa-lyon.fr (Chairman);

 Philippe.Cassagnau@univ-lyon1.fr (Co-Chairman);  

Tech. and Scientific Prog. Coordinator, Secretariat, Webmaster  (Dr. Asso. Prof. Khalid Lamnawar) : pps-32@sciencesconf.org

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UJMLyon university INSA de Lyon

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