Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

Polymer Engineering is generally an engineering field that designs, analyses, or modifies polymer materials. Polymer engineering covers aspects of the petrochemical industry, polymerization, structure and characterization of polymers, properties of polymers, compounding and processing of polymers and description of major polymers, structure property relations and applications. The main scope polymer engineering is to increase the polymer testing for plastics their composites are still increasing rapidly due to their below average cost and ease of manufacture.


  • Track 1-1Properties of polymers
  • Track 1-2Structure property relations
  • Track 1-3Processing of polymers

Polymer physics is the field of physics that studies polymers, their functions, mechanical properties, as well as the kinetics of reactions involving degradation and polymerization of polymers and monomers. Polymers are large molecules and thus are very complicated for solving a deterministic method. It mainly focuses on the perspective of condensed matter physics.



  • Track 2-1Mechanical properties
  • Track 2-2Polymerization of polymers
  • Track 2-3Monomers

Polymer molecules are huge, macromolecules that have internal covalent bonds. For most polymers, these molecules form very long chains. The backbone is a string of carbon atoms, often single-bonded. Polymers are composed of basic structures called mer units. A molecule with just one mer is a monomer. Copolymers are polymers composed of two or more different types of monomers.



Functional polymers are macromolecules to which chemically bound functional groups are attached which can be utilized as reagents, catalysts, protecting groups, etc. The properties of such materials are often determined by the presence of chemical. Functional groups that is dissimilar to those of the backbone chains. Functional polymers have low cost, ease to process and a range of attractive mechanical characteristics for functional organic molecules.


Synthetic polymers are human-made polymers. From the utility point of view, they can be classified into four main categories: thermoplastics, thermosets, elastomers and synthetic fibres. They are found commonly in a variety of consumer products such as money, glue, etc. Polymers are durable, lightweight, easy, and cheap to make. They are also very recyclable. Many clothing items are made from synthetic polymers, and all plastics are made from synthetic polymers.


Polymerization Catalysis  are polymers possessing catalytically active moieties. The catalytic moiety is usually attached to the side chain of synthetic polymers such as polystyrene. Polymer catalysts are used as catalysts for various kinds of organic synthesis.

  • Catalysis of Polymers group
  • Acid-Base Bi-functional Catalysts on Polymer Supports
  • Catalysis of molecular imprints


  • Track 6-1Crystallography
  • Track 6-2Crystallography

Polymeric nanoparticles have a matrix architecture composed of biodegradable and biocompatible polymers of synthetic or natural origin. The most widely used synthetic polymers are polylactide, polylactide–polyglycolide,copolymers, polycaprolactones, and polyacrylates. Lactide–glycoside copolymer is an extensively explored copolymer. Among the various natural polymers, alginate, albumin, or chitosan have been widely explored.


  • Track 7-1Surface-adsorbed
  • Track 7-2Nanocapsules
  • Track 7-3morphological structure

Polymerisation is the chemical process of thousands of monomers joining together to form polymers or polymeric compound. Usually it takes thousands of monomers to make a single polymer. Addition polymerisation is the type of polymerisation reaction that occurs when you take the monomers and simply add them together. There are two basic types of polymerisation. They are step-growth polymerisation and chain-growth polymerisation


Researchers working in chemical synthesis are under increasing pressure to discover and develop innovative pathways and robust chemical processes as quickly as possible. The scope of Polymer Chemistry extends from oligomers with only a few repeating units to very long chain polymers with thousands or millions of repeating units Polymerization and modification reactions can be employed to produce designer polymers as new materials with practically any desired properties.


Polymers is used in day to day life floor coverings, garbage disposal bags, and packaging are other polymer applications. Automobile parts, windshields for fighter planes, pipes, tanks, packing materials, insulation, wood substitutes, adhesives, matrix for composites, and elastomers are all polymer applications used in the industrial market. Each industry has standards relevant to polymer applications. Our polymer application engineers and scientists possess the specialist industry knowledge which can bring you the insight you need to solve problems, progress product development, ensure compliance and achieve a successful market launch for the industries.


Bio-polymers are polymers produced by living organisms; in alternative words, they are compound biomolecules. Bio-polymers provide an alternative to oil based plastics, as they are made up off plants, usually polymers of starch or polylactic acid (PLA). They are presently used for luggage bags, cutlery and plates, pens, clothing, credit cards, food packaging, agricultural films, teabags, occasional filters, diapers and napkins. Bio-plastics are plastics derived from renewable biomass sources, like vegetable fats and oils, corn starch, straw, woodchips, food waste, etc. Bio-plastics are not free of environmental impact, and the carbon emissions related to growing crops and changing these into the specified chemicals has to be taken into consideration.

There are four main kinds of bio-polymer based respectively on:

·         Starch

·         Sugar

·         Cellulose

·         Synthetic materials


Synthetic polymers are human-made polymers. Synthetic polymers are derived from crude oil, and created by scientists and engineers. Examples of synthetic polymers include nylon, polythene, polyester, Teflon, and epoxy. Examples of naturally occurring polymers are silk, wool, DNA, polysaccharide and proteins. Green and Natural Polymers Are on the Rise. As their name implies, natural polymers (or biopolymers) are polymers that occur naturally or are produced by living organisms (such as polysaccharide, silk, chitin, protein, DNA).


The powder will be chemical compound or many other alternative materials and a range of binders will be utilized based on the powder used. Fused filament fabrication (FFF) (or fused deposition modelling – FDM) was developed in the early 1990s as another 3D printing approach that like SLS uses preformed polymer as the building material. PLA is a biodegradable plastic made from renewables such as corn-starch. While several 3D-printer manufacturers are providing metal 3D-printing services, it’ll be some time before the economies of scale that helped bring down the price of plastic 3D printing affect the DMLS market.

3 Types of Plastic Used in 3D Printing-

·         Polylactic Acid (PLA)

·         Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS)

·         Polyvinyl Alcohol Plastic (PVA)


polymer is a massive molecule, or macromolecule, composed of many repeated subunits. Due to their broad range of properties, each artificial and natural polymer plays essential and omnipresent roles in everyday life. The field of chemical compound science includes researchers in multiple disciplines including chemistry, physics, and engineering. Polymers are studied with in the fields of physics science and macromolecular science, and polymer science (which include polymer chemistry and polymer physics).

The main polymers application areas include:

·         Biomedical Applications-Regenerative Medicine, Drug Delivery, Bone Implants and Substitutes, Biomedical Devices     related Applications, Bioactive Polymers

·         Electronics

·         Optics

·         Polymers at surfaces and interfaces

·         Energy conversion and storage


Bioinorganic chemistry may be a field that examines the role of metals in biology. Many biological processes like respiration depend upon molecules that fall within the realm of inorganic chemistry. Bioinorganic chemistry is the behavioural study of metalloproteinase as well as artificially introduced metals including non-essential, in medicine and pharmacology. Bioinorganic Materials and Nanotechnology session is especially to phenomena and processes together of inorganic materials, nanomaterials and biological systems.

·         Inorganic Nano crystals

·         Inorganic Nano materials Synthesis

·         Metal Oxide Nanoparticles

·         New trends in green chemistry


  • Track 15-1Organic Chemistry

Polymer engineering is mostly associated with an engineering field that designs, analyses, and modifies polymer materials. Engineering polymers are materials with superior structure–property correlations. These properties enable the use of the engineering polymers in specific, high-end applications in automotive and aerospace industries. The recent developments of chemical compound have revolutionized the sphere of fabric science increasing the use of chemical compound primarily based substances from building materials to Packing materials, Fancy decoration articles, Electrical engineering, Communications, Automobile, Aircrafts, etc.

Plastics engineering specialties:

·         Medical plastics

·         Consumer Plastics

·         Recycled or recyclable plastics

·         Automotive plastics

·         Elastomers / rubber

·         Biodegradable plastics

·         Plastics processing


Polymer Nano-composites consist of a polymer or copolymer having Nano particles dispersed in the polymer matrix. Polymer nanotechnology group can develop enabling techniques for the patterning of practical surfaces. Polymer Nano science is that the study and application of Nano science to polymer-nanoparticle matrices, wherever nanoparticles are those with at least one dimension of less than 100 nm. The most common type of filler particles utilized by the tire industry had traditionally been Carbon black (Cb), produced from the incomplete combustion of coal tar and ethylene.

·         Bio-hybrid polymer Nano-fibers

·         Bio-hybrid nanofibres by electrospinning

·         Bio-hybrid polymer nanotubes by wetting

·         Tissue engineering


Polymers are increasingly being used in a wide variety of applications in electronics and photonics, most of which use polymers in their traditional role as engineering materials. For more than 50 years, we have been developing and manufacturing polymer optical components and complex optomechanical electronic systems for our customers using sophisticated injection molding process. Metal nanoparticles have been used since the medieval times to create beautiful colours in glass windows. The effect is a result of strong colour-dependent light absorption in metal nanostructures; through excitation of collective electron oscillations known as plasmons.They are associated with doped fiber amplifiers, which give light-weight amplification without lasing.Fiber nonlinearities, like stimulated Raman scattering or four-wave mixing can also provide gain and thus serve as gain media for a fiber optical device.

·         Hybrid Polymers

·         Fabrication of Organic Light-emitting Devices (OLED)

·         Polymer Solar cell

·         Electro-Optics and Nonlinear Optics

·         Thermoplastic Polymers

·         Polymer Fibres


  • Track 18-1Electronic, optical, and magnetic
  • Track 18-2Ceramics and glasses

The chemical gas polymerization process of the UOP operates on olefin-containing gases. In both thermal and catalytic polymerization processes, the feedstock is usually pre-treated to remove sulfur and nitrogen compounds. This method converts propylene and butylene to high-octane fuel or petrochemical polymers. Polymerization may be a method in which a substance of low molecular weight is transformed into one of the same composition but of higher molecular weight, maintaining the atomic arrangement present in the basic molecule. The stability of petroleum is dependent upon the molecular relationships of asphaltene and organic compound constituents and also the balance with the other constituents of petroleum. The asphaltene constituents are the highest molecular weight heaviest and most polar compounds in crude oil. During crude purification, the asphaltene compounds are non-distillable and remain in the residual fuels as the distillable fractions are removed.

·         Desulfurization Process in Petroleum

·         Petroleum refining

·         Polymerization and alkylation

·         Drag reducing agent

·         Hydrocracking


Polymers play a crucial role in medical applications and biomaterials are already habitually used in clinical applications. However, several medically approved polymers are not yet optimized for their aspired application. Properties such as mechanical characteristics, plasticity and degradation behaviour need to be adapted to the designated application. For medical applications, the surface properties are of major importance. Polymers are also constantly gaining attention in trendy biomaterial analysis wherever polymeric materials should act as mechanically stable, degradable and custom-made scaffolds, drug carriers or hydrogel-based artificial biomimetic living thing matrix. In this space, major progresses can be achieved via 3D printing of hierarchical materials with tissue-like structures.

·         Polymers for Artificial Joints

·         Bioabsorbable Polymers for surgical applications

                                    ·           Adhesives for medical applications

Polymer drug conjugates play a crucial role in the delivery of drugs. In the polymeric drug conjugates, the bioactive agent is combined covalently with chemical the substance to realize the efficient delivery of bioactive agents with in the required or specific period of time along with the enhancement of permeability and retention time. Among them, could be a biodegradable polymer having versatile nature due to its 2 chemical element atoms connected on each sides of phosphorus atom of its polymeric backbone, it can be easily replaced by nucleophilic substitution reaction. Plastic packaging for food and non-food applications is non-biodegradable, and also uses up valuable and scarce non-renewable resources like fossil fuel.

·         Inter facial Polymerization

·         Polyaramids and Polyimides

·         Enhanced tumor targeted gene delivery

·         Polypeptide Synthesis





In this session, we are discussing the current research on Materials and Surface Science Design, Modeling, Production, Processing, Synthesis, Analysis & Testing, Smart Materials Applications throughout Architecture and Civil Engineering, Smart Materials Applications in Automotive, Defense, Military & Aerospace Engineering.

In this session, we are discussing the current research on Pharmaceutical Products Smart Biomaterials, Drug Delivery,Disease Diagnosis & Treatment, Biomimetic Materials, Biomedical Materials, and Tools.

Biomimetic Materials, Biomedical Materials, and Devices


In this session, we are discussing the current research on NanoThin Film and Nanocoatings, Nanoparticles, Nanopowders and Nanocrystals, MEMS, NEMS, NanoDevices and Array Technologies, Nanotechnology and Microtech, Nanomedicine, MAX Phase Design and MXenes, Mart Power and Environmental Materials.

Development of MAX phases and MXenes


We will be addressing the latest research on Flexible and Stretchable Electronics, Integrated Circuit and Semiconductor, Electronic & Advanced 

Packaging Materials and Engineering, Magnetic and Multiferroic Materials and Novel Superconductors in this session.


  • Track 25-1Computational materials science