10th International Colloids Conference

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Colloid and interface sciences underpin advanced material science and engineering, nano-science, soft matter science, and catalysis. This means that the field is central to new advances in energy efficiency, energy generation and storage, nano-medicine and drug delivery, sensing and diagnostics, multi-phase flows, and wetting, among other applications.


  • Advanced soft matter systems, including functional polymers, surfactants, gels, and biocolloids
  • Engineered responsive, adaptive and functional interfaces, surfaces, films, membranes, and composites
  • New materials for catalysis, separations, energy generation, and storage
  • Bio materials, nano-medicine,s and medical diagnostics
  • Combined experimental and simulation studies of colloids and interfaces
  • New theory, novel phenomena, and advanced experimental techniques

Selected Speakers

  • Nikolai Denkov, Sofia University, Bulgaria
  • Taeghwan Hyeon, Institute for Basic Science, Korea
  • Jennifer Strunk, Leibniz Institute for Catalysis, Germany
  • Jackie Ying, NanoBio Lab, Singapore


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