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19th Dutch Polymer Days
March 25 & 26, 2019

(De Werelt - Westhofflaan 2, 6741 KH Lunteren)
Route description De Werelt



Invitation 19th Dutch Polymer Days: March 25 & 26, 2019

Since 2000, the Dutch Polymer community assembles in Lunteren for the so-called "Dutch Polymer Days” (DPD), a two-day annual conference.

Are you a PhD-student/PDEng-students or post-doctoral fellow in the field of Polymer Chemistry, Polymer Physics, Polymer Technology, BioMaterials, BioProcesses and/or Polymer Processing and

Do you want to present your own work in a Workshop and/or Poster session?
JOIN DPD-19!!
Moreover, do you want to learn from some world-class high profile invited speakers?
JOIN DPD-19!!

For presenting a Workshop or Poster >>> please submit the registration form

REGISTRATION for DPD-2019

  • for participants from Dutch universities >>> please register via your group’s secretary
  • for participants from companies & NON-Dutch universities >>> please submit the registration form
The PTN website will be updated regularly.










FINAL OVERALL PROGRAMME DPD-2018


PTN Medema Lecture Award Winner 2018
Prof. Molly Stevens (Imperial College, London - UK) granted by Prof. Jan van Hest (TU/e, chairman PTN)



Winner Plenary Lecture Award PhD-students
Mr. Jeroen ter Schiphorst (TU/e)

Winner Workshop Awards
Mr. X. Liu (UL - Chemistry), Ms. R. Ridolfo (TU/e - Biomedical), Ms. A. Bose (TU/e - Physics & Theory), Mr. M. Vis (TU/e - Technology)

Winner Poster Awards
Ms. M. Komil (UT), Ms. P. Kroger (UT - Biomedical), Ms. M. Oshima Menegon (TU/e - Physics & Theory), Ms. R. Anastasio (TU/e - Technology)


FINAL OVERALL PROGRAMME DPD-2017


Winner Plenary Lecture Award PhD-students
Ir. Koen Nickmans (TU/e)

Winner Workshop Awards
Mr. V. Saez Talens (UL - Chemistry), Ms. M. Najafi (UU - Biomedical), Mr. Á. González García (TU/e - Physics & Theory), Mr. L. Pastukhov (TU/e - Technology)

Winner Poster Awards
Mr. W. Vogel (TUD - Chemistry), Ms. J. Shao (TU/e - Biomedical), Mr. M. Vis (TU/e - Physics & Theory), Mr. M. Hendrikx (TU/e - Technology)