Collaboration Network

Collaboration Network

LSP has established various multi-/trans-disciplinary collaborations with academic groups worldwide characterized by complementary and/or synergic skills and expertise. Currently these include the groups of Prof. Alexander Voskoboynikov (Moscow State University, Russia), Prof. Alceo Macchioni (University of Perugia, Italy), Prof. Pier Luca Maffettone (Federico II University of Naples, Italy), Prof. Clark Landis (University of Wisconsin at Madison, USA), Prof. Juraj Kosek (University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague, Czech Republic), Profs. Adam Veige and Keith Searles (University of Florida, Gainesville, USA), Profs. Minoru Terano and Toshiaki Taniike (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST), Ishihara, Japan), Prof, Luigi Cavallo (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Jeddah, Saudi Arabia).

LSP has a long-standing tradition of collaboration with industry, which in the recent past has involved many leading polyolefin producers (e.g., Shell, Montell, Basell, Borealis, DexPlastomers, Dow Chemical, DSM, Fina, Lanxess Elastomers, SABIC).

Some of these collaborations have been established in the framework of research consortia, which LSP actively partners with. These include the Dutch Polymer Institute (DPI), the Italian National Interuniversity Consortium of Materials Science and Technology (INSTM), and the High-Throughput Polymer Hub of the Federico II University of Naples.


At LSP we are always keen to collaborate with academic as well as industrial partners when the driver is clear. If you are interested to propose a topic, do not hesitate to contact any of our staff members for discussing potential opportunities.


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