About PPE '15

Where is polymer processing going? What are the key trends in technology in this vital international industry?

PPE 15 aims to:

• Provide a timely forum for presentation & discussion of key developments in engineering excellence in polymer processing and asssociated advanced materials for healthcare;

• Cover leading edge developments in polymer processing technology, in-process measurements and process flow modelling, and control;

• Provide a technical focus for the processing and technology industries;

• Reflect developments in Advanced Materials in Healthcare and Medical Devices

What is the scope?

This year, themes are Polymer Micro and Nano Technology, Advanced Materials for Healthcare , Resource Efficency and Science to Commercialisation. Polymer processing technology is a key feature of this conference.

Who should attend?

Industrial and academic engineers, managers and scientists in the plastics industry and related areas will all find much to their benefit in this conference. The emphasis is upon first class engineering and the application of science - purely commercial and marketing presentations are excluded. An excellent range of high quality speakers from various countries will represent the major industrial and academic thrusts in polymer processing. We warmly welcome all delegates. Delegates will be able to participate in the conference sessions and discussions. A softbound book of conference papers will be published, and available after the conference. This event has been recognised by the IoM3 for CPD: Continuing Professional Development is the systematic maintenance, improvement & broadening of knowledge & skill, & the development of personal qualities necessary for the execution of professional, managerial and technical duties throughout the practitioner's working life. Information will be made available in large print, braille or on audio cassette on request toBradfordConferencing.

Additional Information

The conference is organised in association with the IoM3 Polymer Processing and Engineering Committee. Prof Phil Coates, chairman of the conference, says " this event has an excellent range of international speakers. The accompanying exhibition the published book and the gripping range of demonstrations, and the close involvement of our Chinese partners - and this time the association with the British Science Fesitval being hosted at Bradford - adds the icing to the cake". This biennial Conference and Exhibition will again be held in the Norcroft Centre, opposite the Polymer IRC laboratories.

Polymer IRC 2015