Learn all you need to know about polymer chemistry through a novel combination of lectures and labs.
Receive a comprehensive overview of polymer chemistry through a novel combination of lectures and corresponding laboratory time.
The course is taught by faculty at Virginia Tech University and is designed for all education levels. Key topics include:
Through lectures and labs, you will:
Any research chemist, engineer, physicist, or technician who works or is beginning to work with polymers and their applications.
Managers in the polymer industry will greatly benefit from this in-depth, lecture-laboratory course.
The course is structured for all educational levels, from bachelor degree through Ph.D. No prior knowledge of polymer science is assumed.
Inn at Virginia Tech and Skelton Conference Center
901 Prices Fork Road
Blacksburg, VA 24061
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Dr. Timothy Long is a faculty member in the School of Molecular Sciences and the School for Engineering Matter, Transport and Energy at Arizona State University (ASU), leading nearly 15 interdisciplinary researchers in macromolecular science and engineering with a recent focus on sustainable and green strategies for innovation. He currently serves as Director of the Biodesign Center for Sustainable Macromolecular Materials and Manufacturing at ASU.
Michael J. Bortner is a faculty member in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Virginia Tech University. He has a decade of industry experience working in polymer and composite materials and process development.
Dr. Robert B. Moore is Professor of Chemistry at Virginia Tech University. He has more than 26 years of academic experience in the field of polymer physical chemistry.
Dr. John B. Matson, Assistant Professor, is a faculty member in the Department of Chemistry at Virginia Tech University.