The Bakeev-conference 2020 will address basics and recent advances in polymer nanomaterials and nanocomposites according to the following topics:

1) Macromolecular nanoobjects.
2) Functional polymer nanoobjects and nanocomposites.
3) Theory and computer simulations for polymer nanocomposites.
4) Modern methods for investigation of nanoparticles and polymer nanocomposites.
5) Polymer composite nanomaterials for high-tech applications.

The Conference Program will include high-level plenary lectures of world leading scientists, short talks selected from the submitted abstracts and posters. The official languages are Russian and English.


The following speakers confirmed their participation at Bakeev-conference 2020 with plenary lectures:

Martin Moeller (Nesmeyanov Institute of Organoelement Compounds of RAS, Russia), “How shape memory effects can contribute to improved self-healing properties in polymer materials”
Igor Elmanovich (Nesmeyanov Institute of Organoelement Compounds of RAS, Russia), “Thermal Decomposition of Polyolefins in Supercritical Carbon Dioxide”
Sergey Sheyko (University of North Carolina, USA/Institute of Macromolecular Compounds of RAS, Russia), “Bottlebrush Gels: Thermo-Responsive and Tissue-Mimetic”
Sergey Nazarenko (University of Southern Mississippi), “Review of Recent Innovations in the Field of Extrudable Multilayer Polymeric Systems”
Elmira Badamshina (Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics of RAS, Russia), “Polyurethanes and Polyurethane Materials - Past, Present and Future ”
Svetlana Khashirova (Kabardino-Balkarian State University named after H.M. Berbekov, Russia), “Additive Technologies. Polymers, Composites. When Will We Match up with Molded Products?”
Olga Arzhakova (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia), "Environmental Crazing: from Fundamentals to Applied Aspects"
Nikita Sedush (Enikolopov Institute of Synthetic Polymeric Materials of RAS, Russia), "Eco- and Biocompatible Polymers from Renewable Resources – a Review of Fifty Years of Progress in the Synthesis and Applications of Polylactides"