THIRD WORKSHOP


 

 

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On-line Registration
(Registration deadline: October 10, 2005)

Workshop Announcement

We cordially invite you to attend the 3rd Workshop of the Network of Excellence “NANOFUN-POLY” on

"Chemistry, Processing, Structure and Properties, and Applications of Nanostructured Polymers and Nanocomposites Life-Cycle Engineering, Gender Issues"

The aim of this workshop is to bring together scientists from all the main research areas of NoE – polymer chemistry, polymer processing, nanostructure - property relationship and applications. It should provide also an overview about the near and long-term success of these activities within the NoE as a background for the joint review meeting.

Programme

See the print vesrion (.pdf)

Note for respective NoE members:

There will be Network Steering Commitee and Research Commitee Meetings on Thursday, November 10, 15.30 - 19.30 organized in the Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry, ASCR, Heyrovsky Sq. 2, Prague 6 (The venue where the associated Second Short Course takes place.)

Deadlines

October 10, 2005: Registration and abstract submission for participants intending to present an oral contribution. The participants will be notified about the acceptance of their oral contribution by October 20, 2005.

Contact Persons

Dr. Miroslava Duskova, Dr. Jiri Pfleger
CRNCPM
Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry ASCR
Heyrovsky Sq. 2
162 06 Prague 6
Czech Republic

Accommodation

Hotel rooms with special fees for the participants of the Workshop will be available in several hotels. For information and booking, please, contact special web page of travel agency EKU.

Workshop Venue

The address of the conference venue is Malostranské nám 23 Prague 1. It can be easily reached by Metro line A and trams No. 20, 22, 23, and 12.
The meeting will be held in Kaiserstein Palace, located directly in the most attractive historical center of Prague, the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic, situated on the Vltava river in Central Bohemia. Since 1992, the historic center of Prague has been included in the UNESCO list of world heritage sites. This Lesser Town palace originated from two joined houses both dating as the early 15th cent. and its Gothic cellar has been preserved to the present. The two buildings were joined in 1630 and in 1700 the building fell into the possession of Keiserstein family. The following year, the house was basically reconstructed by J.B. Aliprandi and since then it retains the present appearance. From 1907 the palace was in the possession of Ema Destinova, the world-known opera and concert soprano singer and a partner of Enrico Caruso. More information about the workshop venue as well as about the city Prague could be found, for example,here.

Abstract Template (.pdf)

 

 

 

 

 

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