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In addition to programming at national meetings of the American Chemical Society, POLY organizes and runs workshops throughout the year at different locations.  Workshops are typically 4-5 days with 100-300 attendees and provide ample opportunities for networking and scientific discussion.  Topics of the workshops vary, but are specific enough to attract leaders in the fields but broad enough to engage cross-disciplinary researchers form academia and industry. We hope you will join us for an upcoming workshop!

For more information on past and upcoming POLY workshops, please click here.

Next upcoming workshops include:

Designing Catalysts for Tailored Polymers (Webshop)
October 22, 2020, 11:30 am
(click above for online registration)
Organizers: Brian Long, Dominik Konkolewicz

Polymers and Nanotechnology
February 21-24, 2021
Embassy Suites by Hilton – Napa Valley
Napa, CA USA
Organizers: Richard Laine

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TBA, Fall 2021

Safety Harbor Resort and Spa

Safety Harbor, FL USA

Organizers:  Hillmyer, Epps, and Robertson

https://www.polyacs.net/21sustainablepolymers

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FLUOROPOLYMER 2020

TBA, Fall 2021

July 28 – July 1, 2020

Embassy Suites Denver Downtown

Denver, CO USA

Organizers: Iacono, Ameduri, and McCullum

https://www.polyacs.net/21fluoropolymer

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CONTROLLED RADICAL POLYMERIZATION

TBA, Fall 2021

Hotel Emeline (Formerly the Downtown Doubletree)

Charleston, SC USA

Organizers: Matyjaszewski, Tsarevsky, Gao, and Sumerlin 

https://www.polyacs.net/crp2021

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SILICON-CONTAINING POLYMERS AND COMPOSITES

TBA, Fall 2021

San Diego, CA USA

Organizers: Furgal, Hartmann- Thompson

https://www.polyacs.net/21siliconc

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Opportunities are available for organizing a workshop. More information here.

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