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Advances in Surfaces, Interfaces and Interphases

15-18 May 2022 | Online


This conference is organised by Elsevier.

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Join us for the Advances in Surfaces, Interfaces and Interphases

Watch inspiring lectures from our invited speakers

Find out about the latest global research across all conference tracks with convenient, online access to recorded talks and poster pitches*

Connect with speakers, poster authors and other attendees via private message

Access abstracts of all presentations

* On-demand access includes recordings of talks and slides, poster pitches and posters from authors that have agreed for post event distribution: the organisers cannot guarantee on-demand access to all presentations.

Topics include:

  • Recent advances in the science of surfaces and interfaces

  • Synthesis, characterisation, modifications, and aging of surfaces and interfaces

  • Beyond standard surfaces and interfaces: biological applications, medical applications, novel technologies and applications

  • New sensing surfaces (transducers/devices: thermal, chemical, biochemical, optical, acoustic or force sensors)

  • New coatings for engineering/technological challenges (state-of-the art accelerators pipe systems, vacuum chambers, space industry, automotive industry, offshore platforms, maritime industry…)

  • Energy storage

  • Long lasting and stable surfaces

  • “Green” surfaces for healthy environments (catalytic surfaces, membranes, biodegradable and/or recyclable surfaces)

  • Data science-driven research on surfaces and interfaces

  • Advanced modelling of surfaces and interfaces under operating condition

Keynote and plenary talks from renowned speakers

Meet the esteemed committee members and speakers participating in the conference.

Audience in a lecture hall

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