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Market Analysis - Physical Chemistry Congress 2018

Advent of new products and applications, greater environmental awareness, and changes in consumer preferences are some of the factors currently impacting the value chain of chemical companies across the world. Post economic downturn, the chemicals and materials industry has charted steady growth. Much of the gains witnessed in the industry can be attributed to the surging demand from emerging nations, such as India, China, and Brazil. Also, the industry is poised to gain from the rising penetration of bio-based and renewable chemicals. However, as the industry continues to reel under skyrocketing prices of raw materials, sustaining growth is unlikely to be a cakewalk. Also, concerns regarding hazardous emissions and stringent regulations imposed to curtail the use of certain chemicals are a threat to the industry. Because scope for product differentiation is very limited, companies operating in this industry require robust strategies to achieve sustainable growth.

The global chemical industry is estimated to be US $2.4 trillion dollars contributing significantly in the market growth of US, Europe, and Middle East Countries. The demand for chemical products is highest in the Asia, Japan and Korea. The annual US chemical output alone is US $750 billion dollars. The global chemical industry market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3.7% by 2020. According to American Chemistry Council, the global chemicals industry breached the US$5 trillion sales mark in 2013. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, chemists and material scientists can expect their field to grow slower than average through 2020. Growth markets such as China, Brazil, and India stimulate demand for basic chemicals whereas in developed regions, chemicals formulated for specialized applications will see a progressive rise in demand. The cellulose ether & derivatives market is projected to be worth USD 6.30 Billion, by 2020, registering a CAGR of 7.2% between 2015 and 2020. The global carbon nanotubes market size (2015–2020) is estimated to reach USD 5.64 Billion by 2020 at a CAGR of 20.1%. The market size of amines is estimated to grow from USD 13.35 Billion in 2015 to USD 19.90 Billion by 2020.

Leading vendors in the market are, Agilent, Bruker, HORIBA, Danaher, Thermo Fischer. Other vendors in the market include ABB, B&W Tek, Hitachi, Illumina, JASCO, PerkinElmer, Siemens, and Waters.

Major Universities associated with Physical Chemistry:

University of California - ​Berkeley

University of Mons

California Institute of Technology

North-Eastern Federal University in Yakutsk

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Lyon University

Stanford University

Örebro University

Northwestern University

Babeș-Bolyai University

 

Major Societies associated with Physical Chemistry:

Sociedad Mexicana de Electroquimica (SME)

Philippine Federation of Chemistry Societies

A.C. (IMIQ)

Israel Chemical Society

Chinese Chemical Society

International Association of Physical Chemists

Federation of Asian Chemical Societies (FACS)

European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences

Chinese Physical Society

European Colloid and Interface Society

Korean Society of Rheology

Croatian Chemical Society

Saudi Chemical Society

Danish Chemical Society

Indian Chemical Society

French Chemical Society

Korean Chemical Society

German Chemical Society

Iranian Journal of Chemistry & Chemical Engineering

Societa Chimica Italiana

International Association of Colloid and Interface Scientists

Chemical & Physical Society

Sociedad Mexicana de Termodinamica A. C. (SMT)

Inter-American Photochemical Society

American Institute of Chemical Engineers

The Electrochemical Society

Society of Applied Spectroscopy

The Society of Rheology

Asociacion Argentina de Ingenieria Quimica

Associacao Brasileira de Engenharia Quimica – ABEQ

Instituto Mexicano de Ingenieros Quimicos

Royal Society of Chemistry

Society of Physical Chemists of Serbia

ChemPubSoc Europe

Asian Chemical Editorial Society

German Bunsen Society for Physical Chemistry

Institute of Chemistry of Ireland

Korean Physical Society

 

The Danish Chemical Society

Swiss Chemical Society

Eminent Members associated with Physical Chemistry

Mario Molina, Nobel Laureate

Richard R. Ernst, Nobel Laureate

Mostafa El-Sayed, US National Medal of Science laureate

Gerhard Ertl, Nobel Laureate

Benjamin S. Hsiao, Chief Research Officer at Stony Brook University