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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:

Controlled Polymerization (WEBSHOP)
June, 24 2019
11:30 am – 3:30 pm EST
Organizer / Host: Dominik Konkolewicz (Miami U.)
Executive Producer: Marc Hillmyer (UMN)
Featuring: Kris Matyjaszewski, Tanja Junkers, Rachel O’Reilly, and Brent Sumerlin

Polymer Composites and High Performance Materials
July 21-24, 2019
Doubletree by Hilton
Sonoma Wine Country
Rohnert Park, CA USA
Organizers: Morgan, Savin, Meador, Meador, Gilman, and Phelan

Advances in Polyolefins
September 22-25, 2019
Doubletree by Hilton
Sonoma Wine Country
Rohnert Park, CA USA
Organizers: Klosin, Register, Wagener, Arjunan, Soares

Next Generation Smart Materials
December 15-18, 2019
The DeSoto Hotel
Savannah, GA USA
Organizers: Berda, Simon, Foster, Thuo, Daravi

Sustainable Polymers
May 17-20, 2020
Safety Harbor Resort and Spa
Safety Harbor FL, USA
Organizers: Hillmyer, Epps III, Robertson

Layered Polymeric Systems
February 23-26, 2020
Holiday Inn Windsor
Sonoma Wine Country
Windsor, CA USA
Organizers: J. Grunlan, Nazarenko,

Fluoropolymer 2020
June 28 – July 1, 2020
Embassy Suites Denver Downtown
Denver CO, USA
Organizers: Iacono, Ameduri, McCullum.

Controlled Radical Polymerization
November 15 – 18, 2020
Hotel Emeline (Formerly Downtown Doubletree)
Charleston SC, USA
Organizers: Matyjaszewski, Tsarevsky, Gao, Sumerlin.

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

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