AKRON—Registration is open for the ACS Rubber Division's spring technical meeting, to be held April 30-May 2 in Independence, Ohio.
One of the highlights of the meeting will be the honoring of Roderic Quirk as the 2019 Charles Goodyear Medalist, along with all of the other Science & Technology Awards winners.
Early registration pricing is available through March 31 and the discounted hotel rate is available through April 1
Kim K. de Groh, a senior materials research engineer at NASA Glenn Research Center, will deliver the keynote address. She will discuss the durability of polymers in the space environment and space flight experiments on the International Space Station.
Scheduled symposia include:
- Self-Healing Polymers;
- Nano-Scale Tools for Rubber Analysis;
- Industrial Rubber Products;
- Dynamic Properties of Elastomers;
- Science, Technology and Applications of Rubber;
- Interfaces & Adhesion;
- Flammability and Thermal Stability of Elastomers; and
- Science & Technology Awards Winner Presentations;
For more information, visit rubber.org/spring-technical-meeting.