Frontiers in Green Materials, London

11 December, 2017 | 08:30 - 17:00

Venue address:

Institution of Civil Engineers
One Great George Street
Westminster
London SW1P 3AA
United Kingdom
Journal cover and cross-sectional TEM image of 20 BL polyethylenimine and montmorillonite clay. The top of the image is epoxy, the bottom is PET and the middle is the PEI/MMT nanobrick wall structure.
Journal cover and cross-sectional TEM image of 20 BL polyethylenimine and montmorillonite clay. The top of the image is epoxy, the bottom is PET and the middle is the PEI/MMT nanobrick wall structure.

About this event

*** Now included in Web of Science back to issue 1, Volume 1. First Impact Factor June 2017***

The Editorial Board of ICE's cience journal Green Materials warmly invites you to attend to the second annual Green Materials Research Symposium, Monday 11 December 2017 at ICE, Westminster, London.

This one-day event will provide a forum to discuss and inspire inter-disciplinary, innovative research based on reducing the use of hazardous substances in the design, manufacture and application of chemical and material products.

Confirmed speakers:

  • Professor Filip Du Prez, Ghent University
  • Etienne Grau, Université Bordeaux
  • Dr. Kate Beers, NIST
  • Professor Michael Cunningham, Queen’s University

Chemists, engineers and materials scientists from both research and industry are invited to register.

Full ticket price: £100 Academic or Industry (£150 on day), £50 Student or Postdoc (£75 on day).

​Call for oral and poster presentations

Both experts and early career scientists (graduate students/post-doctoral researchers) are invited to contribute a presentation on their current research. Speakers may cover (but are not limited to) current findings and applications of:

Materials

  • Properties and applications of functional green materials
  • Environmentally benign processing and manufacturing of materials
  • Sustainable materials engineering

Polymers

  • Synthesis, development, rheology and application of renewable and / or biodegradable polymers
  • Environmentally benign methods for polymer synthesis
  • Nanocomposites

We particularly welcome contributions from graduate students and post-doctoral researchers in this field. Up to five £50 bursaries are available to graduate students presenting posters or talks at this event.

To be considered, submit a 500-word abstract to https://tinyurl.com/yak2lw55, stating your preference of an oral or poster presentation. Please include title, corresponding author, email and abstract by Wednesday 27 September 2017.

Registration

Early registration is advised as places are limited and available on a first come, first served basis. Booking links will be available soon.

Disclaimer: Any views or opinions expressed on any matters by the presenters or participants during or in connection with this presentation are solely the views of the authors of the respective comments and/or opinions and must not be taken to be the views of ICE or any other organisation. ICE makes no representations, warranties or assurances concerning any information provided in these presentations and accepts no responsibility for the content and/or accuracy.

Accommodation

ICE in association with The Corporate Team has arranged discounted hotel rates at hotels close to One Great George Street should you require overnight accommodation.

If you wish to contact The Corporate Team by phone or email please quote ID Number: 10198

t: +44 (0) 20 7592 3050
e: events@corporateteam.com
w: corporateteam.com/events/10198 to book online

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