84th Prague Meeting on Macromolecules

  • Author/Organiser: Daniel HorĂ¡k, IMC Prague
  • Event Website: https://www.imc.cas.cz/sympo/84pmm/
  • Event Date: 12 July 2020 to 16 July 2020
  • Event Type: Conference
  • Venue: Institute of Macromolecular Chem., Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic

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The event will focus on the latest innovative developments in the synthesis and characterization of polymer colloids, both for life sciences and industry. The meeting will bring together experts from both academia and industry in the areas of polymer and material science, pharmaceuticals, imaging, biology, and medicine.


  • Preparation of advanced polymer and/or inorganic colloids, living polymerization systems, kinetics and mechanism, micro- and nano-encapsulation, core-shell and hollow particles, engineered surfaces, computer simulations.
  • Biomedical aspects: particles for life sciences, drug and gene delivery, biomedical diagnostics, sensors. Colloids in nanobiotechnology and nanomedicine.
  • Stimuli-responsive colloids, self-assembled systems, interfacial phenomena, characterization and physicochemical properties.
  • New trends in industrial applications: coatings, adhesives, catalysis, paper, textile, optical devices, energy storage.

Selected Speakers

  • Jose M. Asua (Spain)
  • Matthias Ballauff (Germany)
  • Stefan A. F. Bon (UK)
  • Elodie Bourgeat-Lami (France)
  • John A. Capobianco (Canada)
  • Michael Cunningham (Canada)
  • Mohamed S. El-Aasser (USA) - closing
  • Abdelhamid Elaissari (France)
  • Craig J. Hawker (USA)
  • Patrick Lacroix-Desmazes (France)
  • Katharina Landfester (Germany)
  • Pei Pauline Li (Hong Kong)
  • Hideto Minami (Japan)
  • Michael Monteiro (Australia)
  • Yukio Nagasaki (Japan)
  • Masayoshi Okubo (Japan)
  • Bernd Reck (Germany)
  • John Tsavalas (USA)
  • Alex M. van Herk (Singapore)
  • Mitchell A. Winnik (Canada)
  • Karen L. Wooley (USA)
  • Per B. Zetterlund (Australia)


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