European Centre for Nanostructured Polymers (ECNP Scarl) is a non-profit, limited liability, Consortium Company formed by the European Network of Excellence „Nanofun-Poly” (6th FP EC). Lodz University of Technology is one of the founders and shareholders of ECNP. The tradition of the ECNP conferences dates back to 2004. The conference have visited Dresden, Lyon, Corfu, Paris, Madrid, Prague, Rome and now it is time for Lodz. The ECNP Conference will start on 28.08 and will end on 31.08.2023. It will be preceded by Short Course on Nanostructured Polymer Materials. This event is intended for young researchers and students. More details below.

First circular of ECNP 2023


  • Progress in synthesis and processing of polymer nanocomposites
  • Modelling of polymer synthesis and processing
  • Graphene-based materials
  • Addivite layer manufacturing
  • Advanced techniques of characterization of polymer composites and nanocomposites
  • Industrial applications of multifunctional polymeric materials
  • Organic, printed and wearable electronics
  • Polymers for biomedical applications and for environmental protection

Short Course on Nanostructured Polymer Materials
Mine of knowledge is a project running in a frame of Spinaker program dedicated for PhD and graduate students all over the world. We would like to invite you to centre of Poland to Lodz University of Technology for two Intense International Educational Programs on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. Each Program will be performed in a hybrid form as one-week workshop. We offer:

  • fellowships for travel and accommodation
  • 3 ECTS points for people who pass the course
  • interesting lectures with outstanding specialists
  • practical exercises partly conducted by experienced tutors from industry
  • poster sessions, where you can present the results of your research
  • panel discussion on important issues related to the development of nanoscience and nanotechnology
  • the opportunity to meet Polish culture and the unusual atmosphere of Lodz – a city of four cultures, the centre of Polish cinematography, and old XIX-century factories currently adapted to the needs of culture, art and entertainment
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