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Proceedings

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.


European Polymer Journal


European Polymer Journal

https://www.journals.elsevier.com/european-polymer-journal

Editor-in-Chief: Julius Vancso

EPJ is ranked No. 13 in the JCR subject category Polymer Science, its 2016 Impact Factor is 3.531 and it publishes over 500 articles per year. EPJ is dedicated to publishing work on fundamental and applied polymer chemistry and macromolecular materials. The journal covers all aspects of polymer synthesis, including polymerization mechanisms and chemical functional transformations, with a focus on novel polymers and the relationships between molecular structure and polymer properties. In addition, we welcome submissions on bio-based or renewable polymers, stimuli-responsive systems and polymer bio-hybrids. EPJ also publishes research on the biomedical application of polymers, including drug delivery and regenerative medicine.

Find out about the Materials Today EPJ Award

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Polymer

https://www.journals.elsevier.com/polymer

Editors-in-Chief: Stephen S D Cheng and Axel Müller

Senior Editor: Charles C Han

Polymer is our largest and broadest scope polymer journal. It is ranked No.11 in the JCR subject category Polymer Science, its 2016 Impact Factor is 3.684 and it publishes over 900 articles per year.

Polymer is an interdisciplinary journal dedicated to publishing innovative and significant advances in Polymer Physics, Chemistry and Technology. We welcome submissions on polymer hybrids, nanocomposites, characterization and self-assembly. Polymer also publishes work on the technological application of polymers in Energy and optoelectronics.

Polymer Degradation and Stability


Polymer Degradation and Stability

https://www.journals.elsevier.com/polymer-degradation-and-stability

Editor-in-Chief: Jean-Luc Gardette

Polymer Degradation and Stability is ranked No.15 in the JCR subject category Polymer Science, its 2016 Impact Factor is 3.386 and it publishes over 250 articles per year. It is our leading journal in degradation which plays a very important role in Polymer Technology. The scope includes general degradation of polymers, biodegradable and biobased polymers and fire retardants and nanocomposites.

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Polymer Testing

https://www.journals.elsevier.com/polymer-testing

Editors: Roger Brown, Ulf Gedde, Mikael Hedenqvist, Matthias Jaunich and Dong Qiu

Polymer Testing is ranked No. 6 in the JCR category Materials Science; Characterization and Testing, its 2016 Impact Factor is 2.464 and it publishes over 400 articles per year. Main scope covers mechanical testing, optical, electrical and thermal testing, thermosets, aging, spectroscopy, microscopy and chemical analysis. We welcome specifically welcome submissions on testing and analysis of polymer nanocomposite and novel characterization methods.

 Progress in Polymer Science


Progress in Polymer Science

https://www.journals.elsevier.com/progress-in-polymer-science

Editors-in-Chief: Professor Guy C. Berry and Professor Kris Matyjaszewski

Progress in Polymer Science, is the No. 1 journal in the JCR subject category Polymer Science, its 2016 Impact Factor is 25.766. This highly prestigious, international reviews journal publishes the best reviews in Polymer Science. Contributors are usually invited by the Editor; however, authors wishing to submit a review to the journal are encouraged to submit a proposal to the Editor first using the Proposal Form as a guide.

Reactive and Functional Polymers


Reactive and Functional Polymers

https://www.journals.elsevier.com/reactive-and-functional-polymers

Editor-in-Chief: Yasuyuki Tezuka

Reactive and Functional Polymers is ranked No. 18 in the JCR category Polymer Science, its 2016 Impact Factor is 3.151 and it publishes over 150 articles per year. It focuses on polymers with functional groups that provide specific chemical reactivity or physico-chemical behaviour. The scope includes functional polymers; acting as reagents, catalysts, templates, ion-exchangers, reactive cross-linkable prepolymers and bioactive polymers.