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25 Years of Excellence

25th International Symposium on
Polymer Analysis and Characterization

11-13 June 2012

and

Short Course
Techniques for Polymer Analysis & Characterization
10 June 2012

Announcement
and

CALL FOR PAPERS

Rolduc Abbey
Kerkrade, The Netherlands

Invited Lectures
with extensive Discussion Sessions

Contributed Lectures

Poster session

Click Image for a Book of Abstracts of ISPAC 2011 (3.7 MB .pdf)

Program Archive


Toronto,
Canada
1988

Austin,
TX, USA
1989

Brno,
Czechoslovakia
1990

Baltimore,
MD, USA
1991

Inuyama,
Japan
1992

Crete,
Greece
1993

Les Diablerets,
Switzerland
1994

Sanibel Island,
FL, USA
1995

Oxford,
UK
1996

Toronto,
Canada
1997

Santa Margherita,
Italy
1998

La Rochelle,
France
1999
 Pittsburgh,
PA, USA
2000
 Nagoya,
Japan
2001
Univ. Twente
The Netherlands
2002
Baltimore,
MD, USA
2003
Heidelberg,
Germany
2004

Sheffield,
UK
2005

Oak Ridge,
TN, USA
2006

Crete,
Greece
2007
Wilmington,
DE, USA
2008
Zlin,
Czech Republic
2009
Pohang,
Rep. of Korea
2010
Torino,
Italy
2011
 
Kerkrade,
The Netherlands
2012
   

 


General Information

 

If you have not already received the mailing for this meeting, and would like to get on our list,

please contact

G. C. Berry
4400 Fifth Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15213 (USA)
gcberry@andrew.cmu.edu
TEL: (412) 268-3131
FAX: (412) 268-6897

The International Symposium on Polymer Analysis and Characterization, ISPAC, is a non-profit scientific organization. The purpose of ISPAC is to provide an international forum for the presentation of recent advances in the field of polymer analysis and characterization methodologies. This unique Symposium brings together analytical chemists and polymer scientists involved in the analysis and characterization of polymeric materials. Meetings are held annually, rotating to venues in the USA, Europe and Asia.

The annual three-day symposia comprise invited lectures, poster sessions, discussions and information exchange on polymer analysis and characterization approaches, techniques and applications. Invited talks include state-of-the-art developments, with each lecture session features lectures and a one-hour open discussion period.

Lecturers are urged to include introductory material in their presentation to bring participants "up to speed", and are allotted the time to accomplish this. The discussion periods allow for extended interaction among the lecturers and the conference participants.

Full papers of invited talks and poster presentations are published in the
International Journal of Polymer Analysis and Characterization, an ISPAC affiliated journal published by Taylor & Francis. Instructions for authors will be available at the conference.

 

Financial Support for ISPAC

ISPAC is a nonprofit organization, registered as a tax-exempt from Federal taxes in the USA. In addition to funds received via registration fees for the meeting and the short course offered at each meeting, ISPAC is pleased to acknowledge support for its symposia from exhibitors and sponsors.  Exhibitor and sponsor support is an important component of the funds that allow ISPAC function and provide annual sumposia.  Levels of support include:

It is a pleasure to thank the following for their support of ISPAC-2011:

Friends up to 499 Euro
Donors 500 to 999 Euro
Principal Donors 1000 Euro and above

 

Friends
Donors



Principal Donors

The EIN Number of ISPAC is 51-0304622 .

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Future ISPAC Symposia

Subject to change, ISPAC venues are planned for the following:

2013 New Orleans, USA
2014 South Africa

Your suggestions for topics and invited speakers will be welcomed.

Details to follow--Stay tuned in!

 

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ISPAC Governing Board

 

*G.C. Berry, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; gcberry@andrew.cmu.edu

**O. Chiantore, University of Torino, Italy; oscar.chiantore@unito.it

T. Chang, Pohang University of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea; tc@postech.ac.kr

H.N. Cheng, USDA Southern Regional Research Center, USA; hncheng100@gmail.com

A.W. deGroot, Dow Chemical Co., USA; adegroot@dow.com

N. Hadjichristidis, University of Athens, Greece; hadjichristidis@chem.uoa.gr

J. Janca, Tomas Bata University in Zlin, Czech Republic; ijpac@ft.utb.cz

P. Kratochvíl, Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry, Czech Republic; krat@imc.cas.cz 

J. W. Mays, University of Tennessee, USA, jimmymays@utk.edu

E. Meehan , AstraZenca, UK, liz.meehan@astrazeneca.com

H. Pasch, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa; hpasch@sun.ac.za

W. F. Reed, Tulane University, USA; wreed@tulane.edu

M. Rinaudo, CERMAV-CNRS, France; rinaudo@cermav.cnrs.fr

G. J. Vancso, University of Twente, The Netherlands; G.J.Vancso@utwente.nl

* ISPAC Chair

**ISPAC-2011 Chair

Emeritus Members of the Governing Board

***H.G. Barth, DuPont Co., USA

S.T. Balke,University of Toronto, Canada
J.V. Dawkins, Loughborough University, UK
S. Mori, Mie University, Japan
P. Munk, University of Texas at Austin, USA

*** ISPAC Founding Chair Emeritus

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