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Docent Markku Heino, from Spinverse is arranging a special seminar course at Aalto University in Spring 2011 gathering together leading polymer experts from both the industry and academia. The seminar is open for everyone interested in the topics.
Dates: 11.4., 3.5. and 4.5.
Location on 11.4.: Lecture hall Ke5, Kemistintie 1, Aalto University, Otaniemi, Espoo.
Location on 3.5. and 4.5.: Lecture hall E, Otakaari 1, Aalto University, Otaniemi, Espoo.
This seminar course presents highlights in polymer science and technology through a series of 17 individual lectures given by leading polymer experts both from industry and academia. The presentations touch several different areas such as modern polymer synthesis and catalysis, renewable bio-based polymer platforms, high-performance composites, biomaterials for medical applications, electronics materials and nanotechnology. The aim is give the audience up-to-date information with an industrial and application related viewpoint. All lectures are given in English.
For the audience:
The seminar is open for everyone interested in the topics! Registration is just to make sure we have seats for everyone.
For students in particular:
To complete the course KE-100.5010 Polymeeriteknologian seminaari (3 cr) you are to
– Participate the lectures actively
– Write learning log during the course
– Make a literature study on a topic proposed by the lecturers
|Kick off session
Lecture hall Ke5, Kemistintie 1, Aalto University, Otaniemi.
|Introduction to the course
Instructions for literature study
|Dr. Pirjo Pietikäinen, Aalto University|
|Functional materials – from science to new business||Dr. Markku Heino, Spinverse|
|Advanced polymer composites|
|Long fibre reinforced thermoplastics – current applications and future trends||Dr. Tapio Harmia, Harmia Beratungsgesellschaft mbH|
|Filler/matrix interface in particulate filled polyolefin composites||Dr. Sami Lipponen, Aalto University|
|Biomaterials for medical applications|
|Medical Applications of bioresorbable polymers||Dr. Jaana Rich, Aalto University|
|Biomedical polymers for tissue engineering scaffolds||Dr. Harri Korhonen, Aalto University|
|Polymer Technologies for Biomedical Devices and Controlled Drug Delivery||Dr. Jukka Tuominen, Vivoxid|
|Electronics materials + Patents|
|Materials for mobile devices||Dr. Kari Hiltunen, Nokia|
|Materials for CMOS image sensors||Dr. Janne Kylmä, Silecs|
|New polymer compounds for high frequency antennas||Dr. Antti Helminen, Premix|
|Role of patents in R&D – case Kemira||Dr. Noora Ristolainen, Kemira|
|Modern polymer synthesis|
|High speed polyolefin catalyst R&D||Dr. Anneli Pakkanen, Borealis Polymers|
|Industrial polyolefin catalysts||Dr. Esa Kokko, Borealis Polymers|
|Advanced materials by controlled radical polymerization||Dr. Leena Nurmi, VTT|
|Polymers from renewable resources|
|Biomaterial platforms for polymer development||Prof. Ali Harlin, VTT|
|Bio-based polymers in industrial and consumer applications||Dr. Mika Härkönen, VTT|
|Nanocellulose||Dr. Ulla Hippi, Aalto University|
|Conlusions and Future Development Trends||Prof. Jukka Seppälä|