German Korean Polymer Symposium 2013 (GKPS2013)
8th German-Korean Polymer Symposium:
Polymer Research at the Interface to Life Science and Technology
jointly with the IRTG meeting on "Self-Organized Materials for Optoelectronics"
25.08.2013 to 29.08.2013 at Hamburg.
Welcome to the 8th German-Korean Polymer Symposium!
On behalf of the organizing committee I would like to cordially invite you to participate in the 8th German-Korean polymer symposium in 2013. This symposium has meanwhile a long tradition among polymer scientists between Germany and Korea. Past meetings were held alternately in Germany (Mainz, Dresden und Freiburg) and Korea (Seoul, Pohang, Daejeon und Busan). Many long-lasting and fruitful collaborations have been initiated during the past symposia due to the informal nature of the event. The symposium has always attracted active participation from academia and industry, with scientists of all ages and experience.
The 8th German-Korean Polymer Symposium will continue with this tradition and bring polymer scientists from both countries together. The scope of the symposium will cover recent developments of polymers and polymer materials in the interdisciplinary areas of biology, medicine and nanotechnology.
I would also like to take this opportunity to highlight our poster session. We assigned a full evening to the poster session during which meal and drinks will be provided in order to stimulate scientific exchange. Additionally, the best posters will be awarded with a poster prize.
We are convinced that you find this symposium both interesting and stimulating. Please, join us and enjoy meeting up with old friends and making new contacts.
We look forward to seeing you in Hamburg!
Prof. Patrick Theato (Universität Hamburg)
Prof. Jürgen Rühe (Universität Freiburg)
Prof. Rudolf Zentel (Universität Mainz)
Prof. Kwang-Sup Lee (Hannam University)
Prof. Kookheon Char (Seoul National University)
Prof. Patrick Theato
Prof. Gerrit A. Luinstra
Prof. Volker Abetz
Mrs. Cornelia Zhu
Mrs. Christina Khenkhar
Phone: +49 (0)40 42838 6009
Fax: +49 (0)40 42838 6008