11th Conference on Colloid Chemistry - 11CCC - May 25-28, 2018, Eger, Hungary

Invited lecturers

 

Plenary lecturers

  • Andre Ayral - Institut Europeen des Membranes, France
    Colloidal routes to inorganic and hybrid membranes with unusual nanostructures
  • Imre Dékány - University of Szeged, Hungary
    Self-assembled nanostructures for drug delivery: structural properties and thermodynamic state functions
  • Annette M. Schmidt - University of Cologne, Germany
    Exploiting Particle-Matrix Interactions in Hybrid Soft Matter


Keynote lecturers

  • Alberto Tiraferri - Politecnico di Torino, Italy
    Colloidal Behavior and Injection Strategies of Iron Oxide Nanoparticles for Aquifer Nanoremediation
  • Juraj Bujdák - Comenius University, Slovakia
    Resonance energy transfer between dye molecules in the colloids of layered nanoparticles
  • Alexandr V. Talyzin - Umeå University, Sweden
    Temperature dependent swelling of graphite oxides in polar solvents.
  • Erwin Klumpp - RWTH Aachen University, Germany
    Effect of colloids on the retention and release of engineered nanoparticles in soil
  • John Texter - Eastern Michigan University, USA
    Thermodynamically Stable Dispersions for New Materials
  • György Hantal - University of Vienna, Austria
    Chemistry and water dynamics at the surface of hydrated magnetite
  • István Szilágyi - University of Szeged, Hungary
    Antioxidant Titania-Enzyme Hybrid Materials
  • Ladislau Vékás - CFATR, Laboratory of Magnetic Fluids, Romania
    From ferrofluids to magneto-responsive nanocomposites and magnetorheological suspensions: tuning properties to applications
  • Tatsuo Kaneko - Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST) and ALCA, JST, Japan
    Biopolyimides with Ultrahigh Performances from Transparency to Solubility
  • Per M. Claesson - KTH Royal Institute of Technology and RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Stockholm, Sweden
    Local surface nanomechanial properties of nanocomposites

  • Alexander Shchekin - St Petersburg State University, Russia
    Kinetic Theory of Micellization

  • Ildikó Csóka - Institute of Pharmaceutical Technology and Regulatory Affairs, University of Szeged, Hungary
    Colloidal systems as carriers for peptide drugs: possibilities and challenges

 

 

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