Scientific programme

The programme will consist of 11 invited plenary lectures and 69 contributed oral presentations in three parallel sessions.
Special attention will be given to about 140 posters, which will be presented in a poster session. 

Oral programme (as of Sept. 14, 2009)

List of posters (as of Sept. 14, 2009)

Invited lectures

Takuzo Aida (Tokyo, Japan): Programmed self-assembly for tailoring electronic soft materials
Matthias Ballauff (Bayreuth, Germany): Hybrids of metallic nanoparticles and polymer colloids: Synthesis, characterization and applications in catalysis
Ives Gnanou (Bordeaux, France): The exceptional breadth of n-heterocyclic carbenes as catalysts of both chain and step-growth polymerizations
David Haddleton (Warwick, UK): Multi-Click Chemistry in Living Radical Polymerisation
Joseph P. Kennedy (Akron, USA): A novel bioartificial pancreas
Ludwik Leibler (Paris, France): Oleo-chemistry meets supramolecular chemistry: design of self-repairing materials
Kris Matyjaszewski (Pittsburgh, USA): Advanced nanostructured materials by atom transfer radical polymerization
Klaus Müllen (Mainz, Germany): Chemistry of Core-Shell Particles
Oskar Nuyken (München, Germany): Spinning disk reactor(s) for polymers and nanoparticles
Uli Wiesner (Ithaca, USA): Combining polymer science with inorganic chemistry into hybrid materials
Yusuf Yagci (Istanbul, Turkey): Inorganic/polymer hybrid nanocomposites by photochemical and controlled polymerization processes

Social programme

Welcome mixer (at the conference venue in Andreas-Schubert-Bau, 18:00 to 20:00)

Sightseeing programme (sightseeing walk and visit to the Frauenkirche connected to an organ recital 16:00 to about 19:00)
Conference dinner at Pulverturm (19:30 ).