Voronov gives an invited presentation

Andriy Voronov gives a keynote invited presentation at 3rd International Symposium on Nanoparticles/Nanomaterials and Applications on January, 22-25, 2018 at Costa de Caparica, Portugal. The title of his presentation is Plant Oil-Based Latexes for Paints and Coatings Applications. The conference includes topics on all aspects of nanoparticles/nanomaterials in environmental sciences, medicine, biology, chemistry, energy storage as well as toxicology of nanoparticles/nanomaterials, computational studies of nanoparticles/nanomaterials etc.

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More about this conference can be found at http://www.isn2a2018.com

 

 

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NDSU to host 3rd International Symposium on Materials from Renewables

Andriy Voronov, Dean Webster – professor and the chair of coatings and polymeric materials department, and Mukund Sibi – NDSU Distinguished Professor of chemistry and biochemisty are Organizing Committee members of 3rd International Symposium on Materials from Renewables in conjunction with Jason Locklin, Sergiy Minko and Suraj Sharma, faculty at University of Georgia. Symposium is scheduled for July,17-18, 2018 on NDSU campus.

The symposium targets aspects of fundamental and applied research related to renewable materials including their applications in all fields of science and engineering. Confirmed invited speakers are Dr. Jennifer Dunn, Argonne National Laboratory, Dr. Srikanth Pilla, Clemson University, Dr. Hrvoje Kusic, University of Zagreb, Dr. Amar Mohanty, University of Guelph, Dr. Eric Cochran, Iowa State University, Dr. Yiqi Yang, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Dr. Richard Gross, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Dr. Sylvain Caillol, Institute Charles Gerhardt Montpellier, Dr. Jerzy Leszczynski, Jackson State University, Dr. Charles Freeman, Mississippi State University

Abstract submission and registration deadline is June, 1st, 2018. More details on the symposium can be found at https://www.ndsu.edu/conferences/ismr/

ACS Symposium in New Orleans is scheduled

The ACS symposium on Recent Advances in Particulate and Colloid Materials for Biomedical Application (ACS Division of Colloid and Surface Chemistry) organized by Voronov, Bakhtiyor Rasulev and Mohiuddin Quadir (Coatings and Polymeric Materials) at 255th ACS National Meeting is scheduled.  The symposium will be held on March 20-22, 2018 in Convention Center of New Orleans, LA. The symposium program will consist of 39 invited and contributed lectures given by the international experts.    Information about registration and accommodation can be found at https://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/meetings/national-meeting/registration.html and https://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/meetings/national-meeting/hotel-travel/hotel-list.html

Higher registration fee will apply from February,6,2018.

Our Group Attends Fiber Society Fall Meeting 2017 in Athens, GA

Graduate students Oksana Zholobko and Zoriana Demchuk present their research at The Fiber Society 2017 Fall Meeting and 2nd International Symposium on Materials from Renewables (ISMR) to be held at University of Georgia on November, 8-10. Oksana’s oral presentation features the results on Enhancing Delivery and Immune Response of Peptide Vaccine by Polymer-Peptide Mixed Micellar Assemblies. She also presents a poster entitled Polymeric Cellulosomes for Cellulose Bioconversion. Zoriana’s poster presentation title is Plant oil-based Acrylic Monomer for Free Radical Polymerization and Their Feasibility for Latex Synthesis. At the ISMR’18, Voronov gives an invited presentation entitled Emulsion Polymerization of Plant Oil-Derived Vinyl Monomers. For more details, https://www.thefibersociety.org/

Organized annually, the ISMR confISMRerences target one of the major current trends in making new advanced materials for global markets—sustainable materials, made with and/or from natural and renewable material ingredients. The ISMR organizers at UGA and NDSU consider this event as an important platform to discuss bio-based materials, a growing area of development as researchers and industries seek alternatives to petroleum-based products.

For more details on 3rd ISMR to be held in Fargo, ND on NDSU campus in July,2018, see https://www.ndsu.edu/conferences/ismr/

Symposium on Biotechnology, Nanomaterials and Polymers in Fargo

Zoriana, Kyle, Ihor and Oksana are involved in poster presentation session at 3rd NDSU–KU (Kagoshima University, Japan) symposium organized by NDSU Chemistry and Biochemistry Department. This annual symposium is held on October,12file-1 (1)-13 and focuses on three key areas of biotechnology, nanomaterials, and polymers. There are about 20 oral presentations in the symposium schedule, as well as two one hour poster sessions featuring work of undergraduate and graduate students from KU and NDSU on about 50 posters. Titles of poster presentations with members of our group are Features of Plant Oil-Based, Hydrophobic Monomers in Emulsion Copolymerization (is presented by Kyle), Vaccination of Pigs with improved HA and M2e Epitope Based Amphiphilic Invertible Polymeric Peptide Vaccine against Swine Influenza Viruses (is presented by Gagandeep Singh. Microbiological Sciences, NDSU, Oksana is a coauthor), Linear Resins for Coating Applications via Free-Radical Polymerization of Plant Oil Based Monomers (is presented by Ihor), Feasibility for Plant Oil-Based Acrylic Monomer in Latex Synthesis (is presented by Zoriana). For more details about this meeting, see  https://www.ndsu.edu/chemistry/ndsu-ku-symposium.html

Our Group Participates in ACS Fall Meeting 2017

Kyle Kingsley presents his research during 254th American Chemical Society meeting in Washington, DC on August, 20-24. Kyle’s oral presentation is entitled Phenomenology of plant oil-based monomers in emulsion polymerization. He presents this work at symposium Green Polymer Chemistry: Biobased Materials and Biocatalysis, co-organized by Division of Cellulose and Renewable Materials, Polymer Materials Science and Engineering and Agricultural Food Chemistry Division. At the ACS Fall meeting in Washington, Voronov gives an invited presentation at Roy W Tess Award Symposium in honor of Stuart Croll organized by Polymer Materials Science and Engineering Division. Voronov’s presentation title is Emulsion Copolymerization of plant oil-based monomers and styrene: Kinetics and Mechanism. Another presentation featuring work done by our group members is presented by colleagues from Department of Chemistry at Indiana University. Paige Price working under supervision of Dr. Lyudmila Bronstein presents a poster Development of efficient hyperthermia/drug delivery agents based on functionalized superparamagnetic nanoparticles at Division of Colloid and Surface Chemistry poster session.

For more details, https://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/meetings.html