Why Polymer Testing World Expo should be
top of your list for 2020
- mechanical, colour and appearance
- fire and smoke
- chemical analysis systems
- systems for analysing flow properties
- polymer identification systems
- inspection identification systems
- sample preparation equipment
- laboratory software
- independent testing services
- research and development services
Why you should visit:
- Source new systems, technologies and solutions from 250+ exhibitors
- Network with other stakeholders within your industry
- Increase your technical knowledge through training seminars, business debates, and industry panels
- Take advantage of the venue’s central location with Germany's industrial heartland
- Put your questions to the experts in a face-to-face environment
- Stay up-to-date with new challenges and opportunities within the polymer testing industry
What our visitors say...
Find the latest testing solutions to improve your processes
Discover and debate the latest innovations and best practices in polymer testing, characterisation and analysis in the dedicated conference theatre, featuring two days of free-to-attend technical presentations on the latest advances in testing and analysing polymer materials, compounds and products.
Join the industry at this important new forum for scientists, laboratory staff, researchers and R&D professionals who develop, test and analyse new polymer materials, formulations and products.
The Polymer Testing World Expo benefits from the MESSE ESSEN's modern exhibition halls, excellent access, plentiful on-site car parking, and a range of hotels within short walking distance.
Conveniently located in the heart of German’s Ruhr Valley, Essen is readily accessible by car and public transport from major industrial hubs in Germany, Benelux, France and beyond. In addition, it is just a 20-minute drive from Düsseldorf airport. Making the same journey by train takes under 60 minutes and costs less than €10.
Senior NMR Application Specialist
Alexander Sagidullin received his PhD in 2004 from Kazan State University, Russia, after his joined PhD training at Kazan State University and Leibniz-Institute for Polymer Research, Dresden (IFP, Germany). In 2006-2007, he worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Industrial NMR Centre, Department of Chemistry, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden, where he was studying transport properties and structure of porous media and polymer membranes by time-domain NMR techniques and computer simulation methods. From 2008 he works as an NMR Application Specialist (Senior NMR Application Specialist from 2016) for the Magnetic Resonance division of Oxford Instrument plc (Abingdon, United Kingdom). His research interests are targeted at applications of bench-top NMR instruments for quality control and development of a wide variety of materials and products.