"VIII Argentine Polymer Symposium"
"IX Chilean Symposium of Polymer Chemistry and Physical-Chemistry"
Los Cocos, Córdoba, Argentina - Oct. 19th - 21st, 2009
The V Argentine-Chilean Polymer Symposium (ARCHIPOL’09) will take place in Los Cocos, Córdoba (Argentina) between the 19th and 21st Oct., 2009. The previous binational symposia took place in Mar del Plata (Argentina), 2001; Viña del Mar (Chile), 2003; Los Cocos, 2005; and Viña del Mar, 2007.
A total number of 226 Articles will be presented, produced by 514 coauthors.
According to Type of Presentation, the Articles were classified into 9 Plenary Conferences, 61 Oral Communications, and 156 Posters. According to the country of origin, the Articles were received from: Argentina (163); Mexico (18); Chile (14); Spain (10); Brazil (5); Venezuela (5); France (3); Colombia (3); USA (2); Canada (1); Italy (1); and Japan (1).
Apart from the Invited Conferences, all the Articles have been distributed among the following Sessions:
Polymers Based on Renewable Resources/ Biodegradable Polymers;
We sincerely thank the authors for their patience and collaboration. Also, the following sponsoring institutions are greatly acknowledged: CONICET, ANPCyT, CCT Santa Fe, PLAPIQUI, INTEMA, INTEC, U.N.S., U.N.M.D.P., U.N.L., and U.N.C.
Daniele Caretti (Dipartimento di Chimica Industriale e dei Materiali, Universitá di Bologna, Italy): “Hybrid Organic–Inorganic Polymeric Materials Bearing Triorganotin Carboxylate Moieties and their Applications”.
Yves Gnanou (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Laboratoire de Chimie des Polymeres Organiques, Université Bordeaux, France): "Carbenes as Versatile Catalysts for Polymerization Reactions".
Ramón González Rubio (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain): "Polyelectrolyte Multilayers: Formation Mechanism and Applications".
Ramanan Krishnamoorti (Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Houston, USA): "Multifunctional Polymer Composites".
Alejandro J. Müller S. (Universidad Simón Bolívar, Venezuela): "Influence of Macromolecular Architecture on the Crystallization of Block Copolymers: Myktoarm Stars versus Linear Diblock Copolymers".
Richard Register (Dept. of Chemical Engineering, University of Princeton, USA): "Shear-Alignment of Block Copolymer Films and their Applications in Nanopatterning".
Henri Sautereau (Laboratory of Macromolecular Materials, INSA, Lyon, France): “Influence of Ageing and Formulation of Segmented Polyurethanes on Morphologies and Mechanical Properties. Consequences on Thermomechanical Fatigue Behaviour”.
Mitsuro Ueda (Department of Organic & Polymeric Materials, Graduate School of Science & Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan): "Development of High Refractive Index Polymers for CMOS Image Sensor and Optical Materials".
Francoise Winnik (Département de Chimie et Faculté de Pharmacie, Université de Montréal, Canada): “Design and Function of Polymeric Micelles: the Factotum of Material Scientists”.
Invited Conferences and Oral Comms can be presented in Spanish, English, or Portuguese. Similarly, Full Works may be written in Spanish, English, or Portuguese. However, it is strongly recommended that the projection material of the oral presentations should be written in English.
Inscription FEEs The fees include a Printed Program and a CD ROM with the Full Articles.
Normal Fee: US$150.- (= Ar.$580.-)
Students Fee: US$100.- (= Ar.$380.-)
For payments in advance, send Bank Transfer to Marisa Martinelli y Cecilia Ines Alvarez Igarzabal, Cuenta de Ahorro Nº 1270722021, CBU 0110127630012707220215, Banco de la Nacion Argentina (Sucursal 9261, Av. Velez Sarsfield, Cordoba). TIME SCHEDULE Reception and Inscriptions: Sunday 18th
Farewell Party: Evening, Wed. 21st
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Los Cocos is a small town in Córdoba Hills, 93 Km N of Córdoba City, 80 Km from Córdoba International Airport, and 1250 m above sea level.