2023 MCPST

2023 International Conference on Modern Challenges in Polymer Science and Technology

Invited Speakers


Ying-Ling Liu

National Tsing Hua University

"Meldrum’s Acid in Polymer Synthesis and Functional Polymers Thereof"
Ho-Hsiu Chou

National Tsing Hua University

"Design and Synthesis of Conjugated Polymers for the Nature-inspired Electronics and Energy"
Han-Yu Hsueh

National Chung Hsing University

"Fabrication of Frog-Skin-Inspired Slippery Antibiofouling Coatings Through Degradable Block Copolymer Wrinkling"
Yan-Cheng Lin

National Cheng Kung University

"Structural Design of Intrinsically Stretchable Conjugated Polymers for Field-Effect Transistor Applications"
Yung-Hsin Cheng

National Taiwan University of Science and Technology

"Development of Sustained Release Drug Delivery System for Glaucoma Treatment"

Hiroshi Jinnai

Tohoku University

"Static and Dynamic Behaviors of Polymer Nanostructures studied by Advanced Transmission Electron Microscopy"
Akihiro Nishiguchi

National Institute for Materials Science

"Designing Tissue-adhesive Biomaterials Toward Preventing Postoperative Complications"
Naoyuki Sakumichi

The University of Tokyo

"Negative Energetic Elasticity in Polymer Gels"
Masayuki Gon

Kyoto University

"Creation of Near-infrared Emissive π-Conjugated Polymers Based on Hypervalent Compounds"
Takumitsu Kida

Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

"Raman Spectroscopic Study of Microscopic Deformation Behavior of Semi-Crystalline Polymeric Solids"

Yun-Hi Kim

Gyeongsang National University

"Design Strategy of Organic Semiconducting Materials for Organic Electronics"
Daewon Sohn

Hanyang University

"Characterization of Polymer Network Structure Controlled by Coordination Bond Geometries"
Dae Seok Kim

Pukyong National University

"Creation of Polymeric Pollen Grain as a Micro-actuator Using Anisotropic Polymerization of Liquid Crystal Mesogens"
Yongju Kim

Korea University

"Supramolecular Two-dimensional Materials for Biological Applications"
Chang Yun Son

Pohang University of Science and Technology

"Electrostatically Driven Self-Assembly of Charged Block-Copolymers: Stabilization and Ion Dynamics