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The March Meeting will soon be here, and we look forward to an excellent program!
View the DPOLY program booklet
Welcome from the Program Chair, David Simmons
Welcome to the 2019 APS March Meeting Division of Polymer Physics program. Especially welcome to our new members and attendees; I hope that this will be your first of many visits to this outstanding meeting. This year’s DPOLY program includes an exceptionally broad suite of topics and a number of exciting innovations; I would like to bring to your attention several of its highlights. read more
Short course: The 2019 DPOLY Short Course will provide a tutorial on scattering methods in polymer science. read more
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Ron Larson, University of Michigan
"For wide ranging, multi-disciplinary contributions to understanding the structure, dynamics, and rheology of polymeric materials in melt, solution, glassy, mesomorphic, and multi-phase states, including viscoelastic instabilities, constitutive equations, alignment transitions, and phase behavior."
Michael Hore, Case Western Reserve U
Andrew Parnell, University of Sheffield