If you are working in industry and have an interest in polymer science we would like to cordially invite you to our Annual Polymer Club Symposium, to be held on Wednesday 21st November 2018.
Calls are open for speakers, please contact us if you are interested in speaking.
We hope to welcome a large audience from a wide variety of industries related to polymer and colloid science. Our previous meetings have had delegates from a range of companies including, Postnova Analytics, Innospec, AkzoNobel, Withers & Rodgers LLP, Lubrizol, BASF, Merck, BYK Additives, Synthomer, Unilever, Silson Ltd., RSC, Marches Ltd., Tata Steel, Merck, Nuplex Resins, DSM, Devan Chemicals, and Medherant.
The meeting will be on-campus in our Conference facitilies. You will have the opportunity to see the full research profile of Warwick Polymer Science and to meet the Warwick Polymer Team and other industrial members of the Polymer Club, followed by a Polymer Club Dinner in the evening (dinner is on us), with overnight accommodation available if required, in our award winning Conference Residences where you can also take full advantage of the University of Warwick’s world-class sports-centre and swimming pool.
The event is organised for you to network with people from a variety of companies and academia.
Warwick University is a global centre of excellence for Polymer Science and amongst the very best places in the world within this discipline. The Polymer Club adds an extra dimension and is an exciting pathway to interact and strengthen the relationship between its members and affiliates.
The Polymer Club was launched in 2013 at the University of Warwick with an aim to promote research and education in the areas of polymer and colloid science by bringing together academic groups from Warwick University and industries with an interest in polymer and colloid science worldwide.
The Polymer Club is an exciting and vibrant central hub with over 85 international companies as Polymer Club members and the Warwick Polymer Science community, which spans across the departments of Chemistry, Physics, Engineering, and the Warwick Manufacturing Group.
Warwick University is a global centre of excellence for polymer science and amongst the very best places in the world within this discipline. Warwick Polymer Science is home to a a variety of academic research groups and associated research teams across the science faculty, with a combined total of over 150 PhD students and postdoctoral researchers involved in polymer and colloid science on a daily basis.