Theme: Polymer for a Sustainable Global Development

Asian Polymer 2020

Asian Polymer 2020

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The Asia Polymer Conference mainly focuses on the theme "Polymer for a Sustainable Global Development".

The distinctive plan behind The 11th Asia Pacific Conference on Polymer Science and Engineering is to supply a chance for leading academicians, scientists, researchers, and industries professionals from round the world to network and have scientific discussion on the most recent advancements within the interlinked domains of fabric Science, Biopolymers and Engineering, and it’s analysis advantages for every other’s domain progress. Asian Polymers 2020 can address multiple topics and problems with interest within the areas of technology, Material science, artificial compound and Biotechnology by sensible exposure within the variety of specialised sessions, poster shows, comprehensive sessions and famous speeches from leading practitioners reinforcing the coming challenges to be moon-faced and their potential solutions.

Introduction to Polymer

Polymer Science is all over, simply shop around your plastic bottle. The synthetic rubber tips about your phone’s ear buds. The nylon and polyester in your jacket or sneakers. The rubber within the tires on the family automotive. Currently take a glance within the mirror. Several proteins in your body area unit polymers, too. Take into account scleroprotein, the things your hair and nails area unit made up of. Even the DNA in your cells may be a chemical compound. By definition, polymer area unit massive molecules created by bonding a series of building blocks.

The word chemical compound comes from the Greek words for “many elements” every of these elements is scientists decision a chemical compound. Think about a chemical compound as a sequence, with every of its links a chemical compound. Those monomers are straightforward simply associate atom or 2 or 3or they could be sophisticated circinate structures containing a dozen or additional atoms. In a man-made chemical compound, every of the chain’s links can typically be clone of its neighbors. However in proteins, DNA and different natural polymers, links within the chain typically take issue from their neighbors.

Why to attend Asian Polymer Conference:

Polymer Science that's planning to be the leading conference dedicated to matter science provides a foremost technical forum for sharing and learning to treat this analysis and advancements, in conjunction from all over on the world there will be displays on main topics by virtue and leading operational groups and panels. The most objective of the conference is to focus on looking for relating to chemical compound science and engineering, often the foremost effective likelihood to satisfy many nice professionals, scientists from throughout the world.It Conducts shows, debates poster show unfold the data and acknowledgment on this occasion.

Broadly speaking acclaimed speakers, the foremost recent methods, strategies, and thus, the up to currently services within the matter science and engineering square measure signs of this conference

Asia Polymer Conference 2020 Scientific Vision

  • Paper and Poster presentations and world-class Exhibitions.

  • Opportunities to gain a deeper understanding of the topic.

  • Intensifying Interactive knowledge.

  • Meet Academics and Industrial professionals to get inspired.

  • Great credits for the work in progress.

  • Valuable talks and symposiums from renowned speakers.

  • Meaningful sessions and accomplishments.

Conference Opportunities at Asian Polymer Conference 2020:

For Researchers and Faculty Members:

For Universities, Associations & Societies:

  • Association Partnering

  • Collaboration proposals

  • Academic Partnering

  • Group Participation

For Business Delegates:

  • Speaker Presentations

  • Symposium hosting

  • Book Launch event

  • Networking opportunities

  • Audience participation

For Product Manufacturers:

  • Exhibitor and Vendor Booths

  • Sponsorships opportunities

  • Product launch

  • Workshop organizing

  • Scientific Partnering

  • Marketing and Networking with clients

For Students and Research Scholars:

  • Poster Competition (Winner will get Best Poster Award)

  • Young Researcher Forum (YRF Award to the best presenter)

  • Student Attendee

  • Group Registrations

Asian Polymer Conference Target Audience:

  • Polymer Technology Manufacturers

  • Chemical professionals

  • Environmentalists working on plastic reduction research

  • Quality control specialists

  • Polymer Chemists, Polymer Scientists, & Chemists

  • PhD Scholars

  • All plastic & textile manufacturers and providers

  • Polymer Chemistry Scientists and Researchers

  • Graduates and postgraduates in industrial plastic manufacturing

  • Business Development Managers

  • Distributors and Suppliers of Polymer Synthesizing Technologies

  • Professors, Researchers, and Faculty of Polymer Chemistry & Polymer Science from Universities and Colleges

  • Directors, CEO’s of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Organizations

  • Scholars from Polymer Chemistry, Polymer Science, Plastic research, and interrelated fields.

  • Delegates from all fields who are interested in the listening the proceedings of the conference as well as looking to explore the venue

  • Researchers from Plastic Manufacturing Companies, Polymer Companies, Synthetic Manufacturers, Resins & plastics, Textile manufacturing industries, Adhesives & Paints Suppliers & Chemical Associations and Societies

Awards @Asia-Polymer 2020:

  • Scientific Service Achievement Award

  • The Research Contribution Award

  • The Upcoming Researcher Award

  • The Women of Science Award

  • Outstanding speaker in Polymer Science Congress 2020

  • Best Keynote Speaker in Polymer Science Congress 2020

  • Best Poster Presentation in Polymer Science Congress 2020

  • Outstanding Masters/Ph.D./Post Doctorate thesis work Presentation in Polymer Science Conference 2020


Track 1: Recycling and Waste Management of Biopolymers

A survey stated that 14% of Biopolymer usage is expected to grow in the year of 2022. That survey motivates us to find the methods and ways to recycle and manage the Biopolymer waste. Once a biopolymer product is used, it can be changed as any of the recycled product. Biopolymers can be biodegradable Biopolymers can be recycled and non-degradable biopolymers can be littered or land filled. In rare cases, Biopolymers can also dissolved in water. Although there are several options to manage the biopolymer waste such recycling and digestion to make it as compost. Such recycling methods have positive impact on environment and economy. Littering and land filling help us to manage the waste and on the other hand it is also possible to recycle the biopolymers mechanically and chemically. In any type of recycling the waste should be collected and sorted in order to decide whether to recycle or to landfill. The Pre-consumed Biopolymers can be easy to collect, low contaminated where as post-consumed Biopolymers hard to collect, highly contaminated.

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Track 2: Biopolymers and Bioplastics

Biopolymers and Bioplastics are produced by the natural substances. Microorganism produces Bioplastics from the used plastic containers and agricultural by products. On the other hand common fossil-fuel plastics are derived from the natural resources like petroleum and natural gas. In the process of Bioplastic production, polymers are used which are obtained from the natural organism. The molecules primarily known as monomeric modules are exist in the Bioploymers to produce large structures. According to monomeric molecule structure used, Biopolymer can be categorized into three main classes. The classes are, Ploynucleotids, Polypetides and Polysaccharides. Rubber and Cellulose is the most common compound and biopolymer on the Earth.

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Track 3: Polymers for Emerging Technologies

Polymers are multifaceted materials. This feature of polymer facilitates the people to manipulate the properties and behavior of the polymers according the requirement in the application area. This makes possible to provide a way to made polymer as a part in many trending inventions in medical, scientific, bio medical and electronics fields. In all such fields scientist have been combine the molecules of the polymers with other functional substances and produce a new featured polymer with desired features and properties.

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Track 4: Environmental impact of polymer-waste disposal

Non-biodegradable polymers are harmful to the environment. As they are non-degradable they contaminate the soil in the land. And also the organism living in the sea can also affected when we throw the polymers into the sea. To get rid of such problem we can suggest an alternate by using the degradable polymer substances and products. Recycling of the polymer waste is far better than landfill it or dispose it. Environment may affect with disposal of polymers in the landfill because they stay back in the earth for a long period of time and they cannot be composted by the microbe. Also they may produce the harmful gases result in the increase of global warming level. The disposed polymer without a proper recycling can adversely changes the ecosystem which contaminates the water, food resources and oxygen levels in the air. In short run the polymer waste disposal can cause the health and respiratory problems in human as well as in other living organisms.

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Track 5: Biochemical-Biodegradation of Polymers

On the other hand, biodegradable Biopolymers can be digested in aerobic condition to produce home compost or industrial compost. In aerobic degradation process, biochemical in the soil helps us to convert the polymers as compost. Biopolymers digested in anaerobic state can be used as biogas. In the way of anaerobic bio-degradation of polymers chemical recycling is applied. Basic process in chemical recycling is done by selective dissolution from the mixed streams of waste. And chemical recycling can also use the de-polymerization to recycle the biopolymers. In Chemical recycling Biopolymers went through the many phases in which recycling is performed together with fossil-based counterpart.

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Track 6: Polymer Synthesis and Polymerization

Many monomers are merged together to form a Polymer. Polymer is a combination of repeated long chain units of monomers. Most of the monomers are alkenes with double bond which react in addition to their unsaturated double bonds. To bond two monomer molecules the double bond electrons are used. Once a Polymer is formed all the double bonds are converted a single bonds. Polymers are many types such as linear chain polymers, lightly branched polymers, combed polymers and star polymers.

Polymers synthesis determines the molecular structure and it will help us to avoid side reactions and achieve a worthy product. Polymerization polymers can be of many types. First one is the Chain growth polymerization and second is Step growth polymerization. In chain growth, polymerization is activated by the activation of neighboring monomers of a monomer. High molecular weight polymers are obtained quickly with a rapid process of chain growth polymerization. On the other hand, in step growth polymerization, bi functional monomers are combined in a systematic approach to build covalent bonds. In this process molecular weight increases slowly and in step wise.

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Track 7: Plastic Processing and Composite Materials

Processing of plastic can be justified as process of producing semi-finished products from the raw plastic materials. Plastics are organic polymers with high molecular mass; they contain other substances as well. Most commonly plastics are derived from petrochemicals and also partially other plastics are organic plastics. Polymer’s side chains and backbone chemical structure is useful in classifying it. Variety of methods used to process the plastic. We can decide which method to use depends upon the application area of the plastic. Some of the important plastic processing techniques are, Injection molding, Plasticextrusion, Blow molding, Thermo forming, compression molding, Calendering, Pultrusion, Vaccum forming and rotational molding.

Two or more constituent materials are composed to produce a Composition material. The both distinct materials are having different chemical and physical properties and the composite material is produced with characteristics differs from both individual composed materials. Such type of composite materials is preferred because of many reasons popularly stronger, lighter or less expensive when compared to traditional products

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Track 8: Synthetic and green Polymers

Polymers which made by the human are synthetic and polymers which are made by its own with the help of geographical weather conditions are green polymers. Commonly synthetic polymers are made from petro chemical oils under the research and provision of the engineers and scientists. We can consider nylon, polythene, polyester and Teflon as the best examples for synthetic polymers. Green polymers can also referred as natural polymers. Few examples of natural polymers are silk, wool, proteins and DNA. Natural polymers are produced naturally or they may be derived by the living organism.

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Track 9: 3D Printing Polymers

Now a day, 3D printer gives the possibility to the human to create anything virtually by taking any raw material from metal and ceramic to sugar. Earliest days of 3D printing is limited to produce the product with plastic and it provides possibility to use any kind of material in the 3D printing. Mostly used plastics in the 3D printing are Polylactic acid (PLA), Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) and Polyvinyl Alcohol Plastic (PVA). These three kinds of plastics stimulate the evolution of 3D printing. In addition to these plastics on the other hand we can use the various types of plastics like Polyethylene terephthalate (PET), Polycarbonate, Carbon fiber.

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Track 10: Oils and Bio-Inorganic Materials

Any non-polar chemical substance that is viscous liquid and does not mix with water but mixes with other non-polar liquids is nothing but Oil. Oil is surface active and flammable and it contains high carbon and hydrogen substances. Oil can be form from animals, vegetables and petro chemical resources. Bio-Inorganic chemistry deals with how the metals and non-metals play a role in biological systems. The major functioning of bio-systems is depends on the metals. In the Bio-Inorganic chemistry we will study about the metal proteins as well as artificially created metals. Bio-Inorganic chemistry consist of two major components, one is ‘the study of naturally occurring inorganic elements in bio-systems and other is involve these inorganic elements as probes into biological systems. 

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Track 11: Polymer Electronics: Optics, Fiber and Lasers

Normally Polymers are insulators for electricity but to enable their insulating capability conductive materials like silver have been added to the chemical formulation. It will extend the conductivity of the electricity. The reasons like polymer is good insulator of heat, it can form any shape, have low density, require low finishing cost and solubility in organic solvents, made it suitable for electronics. Depending on the type of charge transport by the carriers in the polymers Polymer conductor are divided into two classes. One is Ionically conductive polymer and another is Electronically conductive polymer. Because of the above said reasons polymers can be used in many electronics devices TV screens, printable electronics, sensors, flexible electronics and in electromechanical applications. Polymers can also be used in the optical fiber which links the remote location to a network of management console.

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Track 12: Polymers in Petroleum Refinery

In the petroleum industry Polymerization is the process of transforming light olefin gases into hydrocarbons of higher molecular weight and higher octane number. The olefin gases consist of ethylene, propylene and butylenes. Polymerization in petroleum refinery combines two or more identical olefin gases molecules to form a single molecule with same proportions of the substances as in the original. This polymerization is done in the presence of catalyst and accomplished thermally at lower temperatures.

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Track 13: Polymer Design and Reaction

Another interesting field related to polymers is Polymers Design and Reaction. In this field we are using many designs to understand the reactions of the polymers. Generally polymers tend to viscous. It often imposes lower limits on their concentrations in diluents. In order to observe such reactions we must have design. Reaction system design can be made by considering various factors like product sequence, reactor configuration, reactor conditions, heat removal, fluid mechanics, mass-transfer limitations, thermo dynamics constraints, process dynamics and reactor stability.

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Track 14: Polymeric Material Chemistry and Physics

Polymeric physics deals with physical modeling of polymers. Polymeric material chemistry facilitates the chemical synthesis which allows the designing and study of new materials. The synthesis is performed with useful physical characteristics like magnetic, optical, catalytic and structural properties.

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Track 15: Colloid and Polymer Science

Colloid is a solution in which a tiny dispersed insoluble or soluble particle are suspended throughout another substance. Colloid has two phases dispersed and continuous phase that arise by phase separation. If the mixture does not settle or take very long time to settle it is considered as qualified colloid. Polymer Science is inherited from the field in which new materials such as solids are designed and discovered. As like that, solid synthetic polymers elastomers and plastics are considered as primary materials to be ascertaining in the field of Polymer Science.

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Polymer science is today a vibrant field. Its technological relevance is vast Polymeric materials exhibit a wealth of fascinating properties which are directly due to molecular behavior, i.e. the long chain nature of macromolecules yet fundamental scientific questions and technological challenges abound, motivating extensive research activity word wide

  • Polymers provide a low density structural alternative for some applications
  • Are relatively easy to process into numerous forms
  • Provide a high volume, often improved replacement for materials derived from living organisms.
  • Possess unique properties
  • They are often relatively inexpensive.

Why use polymers

  • Easy to process
  • Injection molding (thermoplastics)
  • Mold or reaction injection molding (thermosets)
  • Cheap
  • Lightweight
  • Tough
  • Flexible
  • Transparent (sometimes)
  • Insulating (generally)

Polymer Functionality

Vinyl Polymers, Polyethers, Polyarylenes, Polyesters, Polyamides, Polyureas, Polyurethanes, Polysiloxanes, Polycarbonates, Polysulfones, Polyimides, Polysulfides. The global specialty polymers market is expected to record a CAGR of over 7% during the forecast period of 2019–2024. The major factors driving the market studied are the increasing applications in the construction and electronic industries, commercialization of lightweight polymers for automotive and aerospace applications, and the increasing availability of feedstock derived from natural gas and crude oil processing.

Fluctuating operational costs to derive feedstock and technological obsolescence due to constantly changing end-user needs are expected to hinder the growth of the market studied. Emerging specialty polymer technologies in a myriad of industrial applications and prolific commercialization of engineered polymer and specialty film products are likely to act as opportunities to the market studied over the forecast period.


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Asia-Pacific to Dominate the Market

  • Asia-Pacific is expected to display the fastest growth in the specialty polymers market over the forecast period. The expanding automotive and electrical industries in China and India, combined with infrastructural development, are expected to drive the specialty polymers market in the region. Moreover, economic growth and increasing per capita income are some of the major factors that are triggering the growth of the specialty polymers market in Asia-Pacific.
  • In Asia-Pacific, the market is dominated by China. As China is one of the emerging economies witnessing healthy economic growth, its government’s policies have been in line with the proposed objectives to implement economic reforms, thus ensuring healthy growth of the country during the forecast period.
  • Being the largest manufacturing country in the world, the country has become the largest producer of automobiles, the largest producer of paints & coatings, and the second-largest producer of semiconductors. In the year 2018, China produced 27,809,196 units of motor vehicles, and Japan produced 9,728,528 units, followed by India (5,174,645 units produced in the year 2018). Therefore, the automotive segment is growing at a high rate in the Asia-Pacific region, which is likley to propel the demand for specialty polymers market in the forecast period.
  • China is mainly focusing on increasing the production and sales of electric vehicles in the country. For this purpose, the country has planned to increase the production of electric vehicles (EVs) to 2 million a year by 2020 and 7 million a year by 2025. The target, if achieved, is expected to increase the share of electric vehicles to 20% of the total new car production for China, by 2025.
  • Specialty polymers are widely used in the automotive, electronics, and semiconductors industries. Hence, with robust growth in these industries, and government support, the demand for specialty polymers is projected to increase at a healthy pace during the forecast period.


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The term water-soluble polymer encompasses a wide range of synthetic, semisynthetic, and natural materials. Although they differ in molecular structure, these polymers share an important attribute: all are soluble in water, at least under some conditions. For the family as a whole, the range of applications is broad, but individual polymers generally have a smaller set of end uses.

Water treatment is the single most important end use for water-soluble polymers, especially synthetic materials such as polyacrylamide. In developed nations, the municipal, wastewater, and industrial water treatment markets are large and well-established; therefore, the outlook for consumption growth is moderate. In contrast, demand growth in China will be more robust, stimulated by the government's growing attention to water resources. 

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Polyethylene is one of the key products. It had the global production of over 80 million tons in 2017. It is primarily used in the packaging sector, which includes containers and bottles, plastic bags, plastic films, and geomembranes. It finds use in various applications. Based on its molecular weight, there are different types of polymers of PE such as HDPE, LDPE, and LLDPE. For instance, low molecular weight polymers of PE find use in lubricants, medium molecular weight polymers are used as wax miscible with paraffin, and high molecular weight polymers are commonly used in the plastics industry.


Asian Polymer Associations:
  • Northern Ireland Polymers Association
  • The Polymer and Composites Industry Association
  • Asian Polymer Association
  • American Plastics Council Association
  • Association of Rotational Molders
  • Association of Plastics Manufacturers in Europe
  • Portuguese Association for the Mould Industry
  • European Committee of Machinery Manufacturers for the Plastics and Rubber Industries
  • European Council for Plasticisers & Intermediates
  • European Isocyanate Producers Association
  • Gauge and Toolmakers Association
  • Indian Rubber Manufacturers Research Association
  • Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining
  • Malaysian Plastics Manufacturers Association
  • Performance Textiles Association
  • Polymer Machinery Manufacturers& Distributors Association
Asian Polymer Society:
  • Society of Plastics Engineers
  • Society of the Plastics Industry
  • The Society For Polymer Science
  • Polymer Processing Society 

Asian Polymer Universities:

  • IRC in Polymer Science & Technology
  • Penn State University Plastics Technology Deployment Center
  • University of Akron
  • University of Milwaukee
  • University of Missouri-Rolla
  • University of North London School of Polymer Technology
  • University of Southern Mississippi, Department of Polymer Science
  • University of New South Wales - Centre for Applied Polymer Science
  • University of Southern Mississippi - Polymer Science
  • University of Waterloo
  • KU Leuven University
  • Louisiana Tech University
  • Northwest Missouri State University
  • University at Albany
  • University of Virginia
  • University of Cambridge

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