Industry conference brings key polymer testing and analysis stakeholders to Düsseldorf
The speaking faculty include representatives from leading test organisations, academic institutions, equipment suppliers, plastics material suppliers, and end-users
Now established as an important international meeting place for the scientific community, AMI’s Polymer Testing & Analysis conference brings together scientists, laboratory staff, researchers and R&D professionals who develop, test and analyse new polymer materials, formulations and products. The event provides a unique opportunity to discover and debate the latest innovations in testing, characterisation and analysis techniques specifically for plastics materials and products.
The fourth annual edition of Polymer Testing & Analysis takes place 18 – 19 September 2019 at the Hotel Nikko in Düsseldorf, Germany. It follows on from previous events in creating an ideal knowledge exchange platform allowing attendees to learn from the thought-leaders in this sector and network with their scientific, and industry, peers.
Join the globally recognised speakers as they take attendees on a journey of discovery through the latest innovations in testing, characterisation and analysis techniques specifically for plastics materials and products. The 2-day conference provides a unique opportunity to explore and debate the innovations and challenges facing the industry – including end-user demands on product size, strength and function, and regulatory requirements for material safety and environmental impact. Together these are creating tough challenges for materials suppliers, designers, specifiers and processors.
The speaking faculty include representatives from leading test organisations, academic institutions, equipment suppliers, plastics material suppliers, and end-users. They deliver detailed presentations on a wide range of topics, such as assessment for packaging applications, biodegradable and recycled plastic materials, raw material testing, failure diagnosis, elemental analysis, surface properties and appearance, emissions, composite materials, organic and inorganic mass spectrometry, amongst others.