Organizations

Organizations

The goal of the Laboratory is to integrate scientists and equipment from Polish and Ukrainian Institutes on research activity concerning new advanced polymer materials and composites, their synthesis and preparation as well as characteristics of structure and properties.

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The task of the Laboratory is to conduct joint studies regarding the synthesis of stimuli-sensitive polymers and biopolymers, as well as their properties using modern physicochemical methods.

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The main aim of the P2M is to promote interactions and facilitate exchange of, primarily, early career researchers with different backgrounds, ranging from catalysis, polymer chemistry and physics to theory, biochemistry and pharmacy.

The network was created in July, 2011 by academic institutions from 10 countries. It is funded by the European Science Foundation.

http://archives.esf.org/coordinating-research/research-networking-programmes/physical-and-engineering-sciences-pen/current-research-networking-programmes/precision-polymer-materials-p2m.html

http://www.esf.org/index.php?id=9013

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The activities of the Central and East European Polymer Network revolve around testing polymer materials, developing procedures regarding technology transfer, commercialization and other forms of applying research.

http://www.ceepn.org

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February 1, 2011 saw the start of the Polish-Romanian Laboratory ADVAPOL – “Advanced Polymer and Biopolymer-based Materials”

The purpose of the created Laboratory is to conduct joint studies regarding polymers and biopolymers as well as materials obtained from them. The Laboratory is located in the “Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry of the Romanian Academy of Sciences in Iasi and in the Center of Polymer and Carbon Materials of the Polish Academy of Sciences (CMPW PAN) in Zabrze.

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October 10, 2008 saw the start of the Polish-Slovak Laboratory SYNADPOL – “Synthesis and Characterization of Advanced Polymer and Biopolymer Materials” located in the Institute of Polymers of the Slovak Academy of Sciences (SAN) in Bratislava and in the Center of Polymer and Carbon Materials of the Polish Academy of Sciences (CMPW PAN) in Gliwice and Zabrze.

The purpose of the Laboratory is to create a platform for integrating intellectual and materials resources of both institutions in order to conduct joint studies in the field of polymers and biopolymers, as well as materials obtained from them. Its establishment is a result of well-developed, fruitful Polish-Slovak cooperation with notable results, supported by agreements between both academies, as well as European programs, including the TOK NANOSTIM European project coordinated by CMPW PAN.

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Address and contact details

Our Address:
ul. M. Curie-Skłodowskiej 34
41-819 Zabrze
Phone/Fax:
Tel. +48 32 271-60-77
Fax +48 32 271-29-69
 
Rzecznik prasowy:
dr hab. Barbara Trzebicka, tel. +48 32 271-60-77 w. 755


 
Inspektor Ochrony Danych:
mgr Paulina Gąsior, tel. +48 32 271-60-77 w. 236
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In short

The Center belongs to category A of scientific facilities in Poland. It was established on January 1, 2007 as a result of a merger of the Center of Polymer Chemistry of PAN in Zabrze and the Institute of Carbochemistry of PAN in Gliwice – two centers of the Polish Academy of Sciences which, for many years, had been conducting systematic work on the production and properties of macromolecular polymer and carbon materials.

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