Frontiers in Polymer Science
Seventh International Symposium Frontiers in Polymer Science
Frontiers in Polymer Science 2023 has now taken place.
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Frontiers in Polymer Science will be held 29 May – 1 June 2023 in Gothenburg, Sweden in association with Progress in Polymer Science, Polymer, EPJ, Polymer Degradation and Stability, Reactive and Functional Polymers and Polymer Testing and in partnership with Materials Today(opens in new tab/window).
This conference is organised by Elsevier in partnership with Materials Today.
The Symposium will feature 9 plenary lectures, given by outstanding scientists whose exceptionally work represents new frontiers for polymer science. Three parallel sessions with invited and contributed talks in addition to large poster sessions will cover interdisciplinary hot topics within polymer science.
The Andrew Keller Award for Best European Paper will be presented at the conference: This best paper award is for authors submitting a paper to a virtual special issue collection.
As with the previous six editions of this top quality international event, we expect to attract more than 600 participants from over 50 countries.
We look forward to welcoming you to Gothenburg in 2023!
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Materials Today EPJ Award
The Materials Today EPJ Award(opens in new tab/window) will be presented at the conference: This is a best paper award for authors submitting a paper to this virtual special issue collection.
Benny Freeman, The University of Texas at Austin, USA - Editor in Chief of Polymer
Yanchun Han, Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China – Senior Editor of Polymer
Richard Hoogenboom, Ghent University, Belgium – Editor in Chief of EPJ
Jean-Francois Lutz, Charles Sadron Institute, France – Senior Editor of Progress in Polymer Science
Krzysztof Matyjaszewski, Carnegie Mellon University, USA – Editor in Chief of Progress in Polymer Science
There will be no formal publication of proceedings from this conference. However, authors are strongly encouraged to submit their work to our excellent collection of Elsevier Polymer Journals.