Konferenzen

von Sonntag, 19. Juni 2016 -  16:00 Uhr
bis Mittwoch, 22. Juni 2016 - 15:30 Uhr
 

Colloid and Interface Science is a boundary-crossing discipline that continues to drive new technologies and meet new challenges: for example in energy, medicine, diagnostics, climate change and resource efficiency.

This meeting aims to bring together International researchers to communicate the latest developments across the multi-disciplinary fields of Colloid and Interface Science.

 

Publications workshop
Learn about recent developments and future directions in publication at the open advisory session with Editors from Journal of Colloid and Interface Science.

 

Win the Best Poster Prize
The Scientific Committee will select the two best posters: the winners will receive free registration for the 7th International Colloids Conference in 2017 and a certificate.

 

Keynote & Plenary Speakers
The state-of-the-art and future directions will be presented by Plenary speakers, being high-ranking and world-leading scientists. Keynote lectures will communicate findings from the most important new areas.

Showcase lectures and Poster sessions will present new and exciting results, paving the way for new avenues of research.

 

Topics:

  • Nano -medicines, diagnostics and biomaterials
  • Biomimetic materials
  • Catalytic and reactive colloidal systems
  • Switchable, triggerable and functional colloidal materials and nanomaterials
  • Engineered interfaces, surfaces, films, membranes and interfaces
  • Designed polymers, surfactants, gels, biocolloids and soft matter
  • New theory, novel phenomena and experimental techniques

Sunday – 19th June 2016

16:00-20:00   Registration
                         Saal Foyer

17:30-17:45   Conference Welcome
                         Hall II

17:45-18:45   PL01: Design of Stimuli-Responsive Liquid Crystalline Materials, Nicholas Abbott, University of Wisconsin, USA
                         Hall II

18:45-20:00   Welcome reception
                         Saal B&C

 

Monday – 20th June 2016

09:00-10:00   PL02: Surviving ordering in colloidal dispersions confined from 3D to 2D, Regine von Klitzing, TU Berlin, Germany
                         Hall II

10:00-10:30   KEY01: Curvature capillary migration, Kathleen Stebe, University of Pennsylvania, USA
                         Hall II

10:30-11:00   Refreshments
                         Saal B&C

11:00-11:30   KEY02: Porous hybrid microcapsules as animal cell reservoirs for cell therapy, Bao-lian Su, University of Namur, Belgium
                        Hall II

11:30-12:00   KEY03: Amplification of electrochemical processes in stimuli-responsive redox microgels, V. Ravaine*, F. Pinaud, H. Li, N. Sojic, University of Bordeaux, France
                         Hall II

12:00-12:30   KEY04: Learning from nature: The development of surfaces with unique antimicrobial properties, Russell Crawford, RMIT University, Australia
                         Hall II

12:30-13:30   Lunch and Optional Surface Chemistry Workshop (Biolin)
                         Saal B&C

13:45-15:45   Session 1A:
                         Hall II

                         Session 2A:
                         Salon 3

                         Session 3A:
                         Salon 4

15:45-16:15   Refreshments
                         Saal B&C

16:15-18:00   Poster Session
                         Saal C

18:00-19:00   PL03: Hybrid hydrogels as platforms for cell growth and differentiation, Luisa de Cola, Université de Strasbourg, France
                         Hall II

 

Tuesday – 21st June 2016

09:00-10:00   PL04: Microfluidic manipulation of particles and cells, Xiangchun Xuan, Clemson University, USA
                         Hall II

10:00-10:30   KEY05: Advancing our understanding of responsive polymer brush coatings, Erica Wanless, The University of Newcastle, Australia
                         Hall II

10:30-11:00   Refreshments
                         Saal B&C

11:00-11:30   KEY06: Nanoparticle self-assembly: Bridging the gap between molecules and nanoparticles, Eugenia Kumacheva, University of Toronto, Canada
                         Hall II

11:30-12:00   KEY07: Hollow microgels in solution and at interfaces, Walter Richtering, Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen (RWTH Aachen University), Germany
                         Hall II

12:00-12:30   KEY08: Colloidal structuring as a basis for discrimination of milk from vegetable extracts, Ben Boyd, Monash University, Australia
                         Hall II

12:30-13:30   Lunch and Publications Workshop
                         Saal B&C

13:45-15:45   Session 1B:
                         Hall II

                         Session 2B:
                         Salon 3

                         Session 3B:
                         Salon 4

15:45-16:10   Refreshments
                         Saal B&C

16:10-17:50   Session 1C:
                         Hall II

                         Session 2C:
                         Salon 3

                         Session 3C:
                         Salon 4

18:00-19:00   AW01: Molecular assembly of motor proteins based microcapsules for transport and storage of energy, Junbai LI, The Chinese Academy of Sciences
                          Hall II

19:00- 19:10   Poster Prize Giving and Conference Announcement: Rob van Dalen, Elsevier Ltd
                          Hall II

19:30-22:00   Conference Dinner

 

Wednesday – 22nd June 2016

09:00-09:30   KEY09: Predicting the self-assembly of colloidal particles: A computer game, Marjolein Dijkstra, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
                         Hall II

09:30-10:00   KEY10: Versatility of cyclodextrins in self-assembly systems of amphiphiles, Jianbin Huang, Peking University, China
                         Hall II

10:00-10:30   KEY11: Gelled complex fluids, Cosima Stubenrauch, University of Stuttgart, Germany
                         Hall II

10:30-11:00   Refreshments
                         Saal B&C

11:00-11:30   KEY12: Mapping coalescence phenomena between drop and bubbles, Ray Dagastine, University of Melbourne, Australia
                         Hall II

11:30-12:00   KEY13: Structural characterization of membranes of increasing complexity including natural extracts, Giovanna Fragneto, ILL Grenoble, France
                         Hall II

12:00-12:30   KEY14: Semiconductor nanowire heterostructures for artificial photosynthesis, Gengfeng Zheng, Fudan University, China
                         Hall II

12:30-14:00   Lunch
                         Saal B&C

14:00-15:00   PL05: Chiral nanohelices as templates for organization of achiral dyes or nanoparticles, towards chiroptical hybrid materials, Reiko Oda, University of Bordeaux, France
                         Hall II

15:00-15:30   Conference Closing
                         Hall II


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