Programme  Titles  Presenters  Topics 
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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