The Chemical Physics and Polymer Physics Division (CPP) of the German Physical Society was founded in 2000 as a union of the Chemical Physics Division (founded in 1992) and the Polymer Physics Division (founded in 1951). Chemical Physics and Polymer Physics work interdisciplinary at the interface between physics, chemistry and biology.
At present, the subject matter is subdivided into the following topics:
- polymer physics
- micro- and nanofluidics
- rheology, structure and dynamics of complex fluids
- colloid and nanoparticles
- supramolecular aggregates and self-organizing systems
- biopolymers and biological systems
- organic conductors, semi-conductors and superconductors
The Chemical and Polymer Physics Division acts on behalf of 1.746 members (as of 24/01/2020). All members of the German Physical Society are invited to join this division, to submit contributions to its conferences and to make suggestions for the improvement of the division's work.
The Chemical and Polymer Physics Division as part of the condensed matter section is represented at the forthcoming
DPG Spring Meeting 2021