35th North American intensive short course - Characterization & Optimization of Polymer PropertiesExport this event to calendar

Monday, June 19, 2017 — 8:30 AM to Wednesday, June 21, 2017 — 5:00 PM EDT

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The course will include a basic introduction on polymer science and engineering, a review of the main polymerization techniques and optimal process operation, and the characterization of the three polymer states, namely glassy, rubbery, and crystalline. Participants can discuss their own examples and interact with the lecturers. Over 30 years of organizing courses involving more than 1000 industrial participants representing more than 60 companies worldwide. The examples used represent the state-of-the-art.

Who should attend:

Everyone will benefit from learning problem-solving techniques and tips for troubleshooting polymerization behaviour. The lecturers combine 50 years of accumulated experience in polymer process/product development and polymerization technology.

Anyone with interest in polymer science or engineering will benefit from learning problem-solving techniques and tips for troubleshooting polymerization behaviour.

Accommodations

Please call or email Delta Waterloo to book a room under University of Waterloo preferred rate. Hotel Phone number: (519) 514-0404 orwat.sales.sm@deltahotels.com (until May 13, 2017) 

Transportation

To arrange transportation from Toronto International Airport please contact Airway Transit or Boulevard Limousine

Programme

For Programme description download Brochure for the IPR Intensive Short Course

Registration

Click here to register.

Cost 
$1500 US (Includes registration, course notes, coffee/beverage breaks, lunches, reception on Monday, June 22nd and dinner on Tuesday, June 23rd.)
Location 
TBD

200 University Avenue West

Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1
Canada

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