Sol-Gel Synthesis and Investigation of Inorganic Compounds, Functional Hybrid Materials and Dispersed Systems (Sol-gel 2014)

The 3rd International Conference of CIS countries “Sol-Gel Synthesis and Investigation of Inorganic Compounds, Functional Hybrid Materials and Dispersed Systems” (Sol-Gel 2014), will be held in Suzdal, Russia bettwen the 8-12 Spetember 2014.

The prinicple topics which will be discussed at the conference are:

New Applications for Sol-Gel Materials Aerogels and Insulating Materials
Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Materials Sol-gel Materials for Electronic Applications (Magnetic, Ferroelectric, Semiconductor)
Size and Shape Control in the Synthesis of Nanoparticles. Colloid Materials. Sol-Gel Materials for Optics and Photonics
Self-Assembly, Supramolecular and Hierarchically Structured Sol-Gel Materials and Sorbents Sol-Gel Materials for Energy, Sensor, Solar and Space applications
Biomaterials, Biohybrids and Biomimetic Materials, Controlled Release Sol-Gel Materials for Catalysis and Membranes
Thin Films, Coatings and Surfaces Sol-gel Science & Technology and Industry

 

The confirmed Plenary speakers at the conference are:

  • Prof. Jean-Marie Nedelec (France)
  • Prof. Y.K. Gun’ko (Ireland)
  • Prof. Michel Wong Chi Man (France)
  • Prof. Andrei Kanaev (France) 
  • Prof. Gabriela Kuncova (Czech Republic)
  • Prof. Wieslaw Strek (Poland)
  • Prof. Robert Pazik (Poland)
  • Prof. Florence Babonneau (France)
  • Prof. Rafael Wiglusz (Poland)
  • Prof. Gulaim A. Seisenbaeva (Sweden)
  • Prof. Vadim Kessler (Sweden)

The key dates for this event are as follows:

  • Abstract submission deadline: 15th April 2014
  • Conference registration: 15th April 2014
  • Early-Bird registration: 15th April 2014
  • Hotel booking deadline: 30th April 2014
  • Visa application deadline: 15th April 2014

To register and find out more about the conference, visit the website.

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