Open Science Research Excellence

ICEPA 2022 : International Conference on Electroactive Polymers and their Applications

Vienna, Austria
June 21 - 22, 2022

Call for Papers

ICEPA 2022 : International Conference on Electroactive Polymers and their Applications is the premier interdisciplinary platform for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Electroactive Polymers and their Applications. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:
  • Electroactive polymers
  • Analysis and simulation of electroactive polymers
  • Electroactive polymer-ceramic composites
  • Electro-active shape-memory polymer composites
  • Electroactive polymer/graphene oxide nanostructured composites
  • Multiscale modeling of electroactive polymers
  • Electroactive polymers for robotic applications
  • Computational design and fabrication of electroactive polymers
  • Electroactive polymer composite fabrication, characterization, evaluation, and application
  • Re-use, recycling and degradation of electroactive polymers
  • Reprocessing of electroactive polymers
  • Recent developments in electroactive polymers
  • Electroactive polymer composite evaluation and processing
  • High performance electroactive polymers
  • Electroactive polymers for engineering applications
  • Hybrid electroactive polymers
  • Tensile and compression properties of electroactive polymers
  • Mechanical and dynamic mechanical analysis of electroactive polymers
  • Commercial and experimental electroactive polymers
  • High strength electroactive polymers
  • Atomic structure and structural stability of electroactive polymers
  • Structural modeling of electroactive polymers
  • Classification of electroactive polymers
  • Processing, markets and applications of electroactive polymers
  • Structure of electroactive polymers
  • Mechanical properties of electroactive polymers
  • Fluid permeability of electroactive polymers
  • Thermal properties of electroactive polymers