سخنرانی های ویژه

 | تاریخ ارسال: 1401/4/14 | 
۱. Prof. Mehdi Nekoomanesh
  • Managing Director of Iran Polymer and Petrochemical Institute, Tehran,Iran
Email: m.nekoomaneshippi.ac.ir
subject of speech:
"Ionic Liquid assisted cationic polymerization of olefin monomers"
۲. Prof. Ahmad Ramazani
  • Full Time Prof., Department of Chemical & Petroleum Engineering, Sharif University of Tech., Tehran, Iran
E-mail: Ramazanisharif.edu
subject of speech:
"Preparation and Characterization of Self-Stimuli Conductive Nerve Regeneration scafolds"
۳. Dr. Ali salimi
  • Assistant professor: Iran Polymer and Petrochemical Institute, Tehran,Iran
Email: A.Salimiippi.ac.ir
subject of speech:
"Facing Challenges in Developing Adhesives and Coatings with High Refractive Index"
After a short introduction about the optoelectronic principles and devices, the technological requirements in developing optoelectronic devices will be reviewed. According to literature, the most important requirements are high refractive index polymers (HRIP) with n values over ۱.۷, optimum abbe number (۲۰-۳۰), low or zero birefringence and high optical clarity (transmittance over ۹۰%). The high refractive index may be achieved either by introducing substituents with high molar refractions (intrinsic HRIPs) or by combining high-n nanoparticles within polymer matrix (HRIP nanocomposites). The aromatic rings, halogen atoms except fluorine and sulfur atoms are effective in increasing the n value of polymers. The incorporation of TiO۲, ZrO۲, SiO۲, PbS and ZnS nanoparticles resulted in promising n values in HRIP nanocomposites. However, the well dispersion of nanoparticles in matrix still remains a main challenge in developing HRIP nanocomposites with high transparency.
۴. Prof. Seid Mahdi Jafari
Assistant professor:
  • Full-Time Prof., Dep. Food Materials & Process Design Eng., GUASNR, IRAN
  • Part-Time Prof., Director of Agri-Food Research Center, UVigo, SPAIN
  • Adjunct Prof., SINANO, CHINA
Email: jafarismhotmail.com
subject of speech:
"Fabrication, characterization, and cytotoxicity of propolis-loaded nanofibers made with polyvinyl alcohol and polycaprolactone
۵. Dr. Ali Akbari
  • Assistant professor, Urmia University of Medical Sciences (UMSU)
Email: akbari.aumsu.ac.ir
subject of speech:
"Antiviral Polymers as available weapons against novel coronavirus (۲۰۱۹-nCoV)"

۶. Dr. Akram Zamani
  • Associate Professor: Industrial Biotechnology Swedish center for resource recovery, University of Borås, Borås, Sweden
Email: Akram.Zamanihb.se
subject of speech:
"Bioconversion of food waste to sustainable fungal textiles"

 ۷.  Dr. Fatemeh. Goharpey
  • Department of Polymer Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Email: goharpeyaut.ac.ir
subject of speech:
"Different Shape Micro-Particle Manufacturing and Rheology of Dense Non-Brownian Suspension"

In this work, we investigate the effect of polyhedron morphology on shear thickening, shear jamming and hysteresis characteristics of non-Brownian suspension of methacrylate particles in Newtonian silicon oil. We have fabricated the chemically equivalent particles with similar contact friction at three different shapes via photo-polymerization based methods.
Discontinuous shear thickening behavior are observed in polyhedron particle suspension which can be attributed to the heightened degree of inter-particle frictional contacts and subsequently the stronger fictional contact network. Additionally, it was found that polyhedron morphology enlarges the packing fraction range for shear jamming. Step up-down measurements also reveal a shear history hysteresis effect particle contact network configuration. Finally, it was found that the observed hysteresis loops in flow curves strongly depend on the volume fraction, which is enhanced with volume fraction and then collapses near the jamming packing fraction.

۸. Dr. Nayere Taebnia
  • Karolinska Institutet ( Department of Physiology and Pharmacology),Stockholm, Sweden 
subject of speech:
"Advanced Biomaterials for Capturing Complex ۳D Physiology in Tissue Models "
​​ ۹. Dr. Vajiheh Behranvand
Email: v_behranvandyahoo.com
subject of speech:
"Worldwide fight against COVID‑۱۹ using polymer science and nanotechnology"

۱۰. Dr. Ali Zarrabi

  • Biomedical Engineering Department, Istinye University, Turkey

Email: alizarrabigmail.com

Subject of speech:

"Nanotheranostic Polymeric Platforms and Personalized Medicine: Recent Advances and Future Directions"

۱۱. Prof. Clemens Holzer

  • Department Kunststofftechnik, Montanuniversität Leoben, Otto Glöckel-Str., Leoben, Österreich, Austria

Email: Clemens.Holzerunileoben.ac.at

Subject of speech:

"Injection Moulding of flexible devices"


The demand for low-cost, randomly shaped and lightweight electronic devices has increased significantly over the past years. Hereby one path is to employ the Injection Molded Structural Electronics (IMSE) process where electronic films are overmolded with a thermoplastic to form the final part. Those films can comprise surface mounted components, LEDs, capacitive sensors or flexible Printed Circuit Boards (flexPCBs) which are embedded between plastics sheets via lamination processes. Hence devices such as personal activity meters or (car) control panels with smooth surfaces can be produced that bypass the need of additional buttons and sliders. Elevated temperatures and shear stresses prevail during overmolding which can result in damaged parts after this final manufacturing step. Hence various factors such as the individual film(-layer) materials and injection molding parameters have to be considered carefully to ensure damage free manufacturing. The aim of this work was to investigate those aspects in principal by overmolding test film strips and to assess their visual integrity afterwards. These specimens consisted of a flexPCB encapsulated by two different thermoplastic polyurethanes (TPUs) as glue middle layer and polycarbonate (PC) or Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) sheets as outer layers. Injection molding parameter studies were performed where the films were inserted into a stepped plate mold and overmolded with PC using different melt temperatures, mold temperatures and injection speeds. The distortion on the films was found to be reduced with higher melt temperature, lower mold temperature and faster injection speed. At given molding settings films made of materials with the higher melting temperature performed better. Additional geometric conditions such as proximity to the gate and low mold thickness were found to affect the integrity of the produced films negatively. 

۱۲. Dr. Alireza Foroozani Behbahani
  • post-doctoral researcher at the Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz
Email: af.behbahaniiacm.forth.gr
Subject of speech:
"Atomistic and Coarse-grained Simulations of Polymer Melts and Nanocomposites"

۱۳. Prof. Naser Mohammadi

  •  Professor, Amirkabir University of Technology - Tehran Polytechnic, Iran

Email: mohamadiaut.ac.ir
Subject of speech:

"Effect of water infiltration rate on mechanical properties of heat treated crumb rubber containing cementitous mortar"

۱۴. Dr. Shervin Ahmadi

  • Head of Petrochemical Faculty, Iran Polymer and Petrochemical Institute, Tehran, Iran
Email: sh.ahmadiippi.ac.ir
Subject of speech:
"Manipulating the morphology of PA۶/POE blends using graphene to achieve electrical properties"

۱۵. Dr. Azadeh Seifi

Subject of speech:
"Effect of Initial Silica Content on the Phase Composition, Morphology, and Thermal Oxidation Kinetic of Novolac-based Carbon Aerogel Composites"
۱۶. Prof. Hamid Yeganeh
  • Prof. Iran Polymer & Petrochemical Institute, Tehran, Iran
Email: h.yeganehippi.ac.ir
Subject of speech:
"Vegetable oil-based polymers for controlled drug delivery systems"
۱۷. Prof. Mohammad Atai
  • Prof. Iran Polymer & Petrochemical Institute, Tehran, Iran
Email: M.Ataiippi.ac.ir
Subject of speech:
"Adhesion in dentistry"

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