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November 13 - 15, 2019
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The success of the Division of Polymer Chemistry (POLY) webinars made clear that the polymer community benefits from seminars accessible to all members, especially those who cannot travel to ACS Meetings and POLY workshops. In collaboration with ACS Webinars, POLY is providing access to in depth thematic content in modern areas of Polymer Chemistry in the form of a POLY Webshop. Webshops feature a four-hour virtual workshop experience without requiring members to account for travel time or substantial expenses.
For the November installment of POLY Webshops and hosted by Dominik Konkolewicz (Miami U,) the webshop will highlight four speakers (Kris Matyjaszewski, Tanja Junkers, Rachel O'Reilly, and Brent Sumerlin) who will be offering expanded 35-minute virtual lectures on the latest advances in Controlled Polymerization. More information regarding specific content is included below.
It is with pleasure to provide this focused virtual workshop experience of modern Polymer Chemistry content for POLY members for accessing anywhere and to encourage our members who do not already attend meetings to take advantage of this valuable membership experience. Since registration is only $49.00 usd, please register early to ensure that your ability to attend is confirmed. Register now.
Departments of Chemistry
REBROADCAST streaming will be held 8 October, 2019, starting at 01:00 AM est. (13:00 Hong Kong)
The broadcast will feature:
Four presenters who are leaders in the field of controlled polymerization.
Dr. Dominik Konkolewicz (Miami University) as host.
University of Minnesota
Department of Chemistry
For further inquiries, please contact
Lesia Pristas email@example.com
Speakers and Topics
Carnegie Mellon University, USA
ATRP and fundamentals of controlled radical polymerization
University of Florida, USA
Elements of RAFT and photopolymerization
Monash University, Australia
Livingness and multiblocks
University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
Polymerization induced self assembly and crystallization driven self assembly
Participation is limited to those individuals who have purchased an access code in advance. To do so, simply register by clicking the link below to receive a confirmation email. A confirmation will be emailed to you the moment your registration is complete and your access will be provided via an ACS email with access information prior to the event. One access code allows one IP address to view and participate in the webshop. For further information, please contact Lesia L. Pristas at firstname.lastname@example.org.