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We cordially invite you to participate in the  6th International Conference on Polymer Behaviour (ICPB6) from Sept. 22 to Sept. 26, 2014 at the University of Vienna, Austria (->venue). It is the sixth conference in a series of biannual meetings which started in Moscow 2004 followed by Strasbourg (2006), Marrakesh (2008), Lodz (2010), and Aveiro (2012).

The aim of the ICPB 6 is to report and discuss fundamentals, structures, properties and applications of all kinds of polymers both in academia and industry. In particular, the conference focusses on multiphysics approaches for the behaviour of polymers and polymer based nanomaterials. 

We are looking forward to seeing you in Vienna.

On behalf of the Local Organizing Committee of ICPB6,

Michael Zehetbauer  (Conference Chairman)

Publications related to "ICPB 6 Special Issue"
(eds. M. Zehetbauer & F. Spieckermann)


A special issue is planned in Polymer International and all the participants are kindly invited to contribute: For the related publication details please consult here.


The 7th International Conference on Polymer Behaviour (ICPB7) will be organized by Yildiz Technical University, in Istanbul Turkey in September 2016.




Confirmed Speakers:

Marco Pierrucini, CNR Nano, Modena,Italy

Andrzej Galeski, CMMS Lodz, PAS, Poland

Christos Likos,  Faculty of Physics, University of Vienna, Austria

Alexander Bismarck,  Faculty of Chemistry, University of Vienna, Austria

Mehrdad Negahban,  Mechanical & Materials Engineering University of Nebraska–Lincoln, USA

Clemens Holzer, Department Polymer Engineering and Science, Montanuniversität Leoben, Austria

Olivier Lame, Mateis, INSA-Lyon, France

Araceli Flores, Instituto de Estructura de la Materia CSIC, Madrid, Spain

Masaru Matsuo, Dalian University of Technology, China

Noelle Billon, CEMEF Mines-Paristech, France

Lucien Laiarinandrasana, Centre des Matériaux - Mines ParisTech, Paris, France

Antoni Sanchez-Ferrer, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Alexander A. Berlin, Institute of Chemical Physics RAS, Russia

Nadia Bahlouli, Laboratoire iCube, University of Strasbourg, France

Patricia Frontini, INTEMA, Mar del Plata, Argentina

Victor Neto, TEMA, University of Aveiro, Portugal



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