Colloid and Interface Science is a central science, spanning many disciplines. As such, Colloid and Interface Sciences are key to a wide range of new technologies and new challenges; for example, energy generation and storage, nano-medicine and drug delivery, sensing and diagnostics, advanced materials, climate change and resource efficiency.
This meeting aims to attract international researchers to communicate and share the latest developments in these fast-moving and continually expanding fields.
The conference is being held in Shanghai in recognition of the significant and impressive contributions made by China to Colloid and Interface Sciences. This conference venue will provide Attendees with unique opportunities to meet and learn from each other, to forge new scientific relationships and international collaborations.
Abstract submission (poster submissions only) - Closed
Early bird registration deadline extension: 27 April 2018
This extension does not apply to conference authors.
University of Bristol, UK
Prof. Julian Eastoe has been a full faculty member in the School of Chemistry in the University of Bristol UK since 1993. He was appointed to a Personal Chair in 2004.
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His research interests span colloids, surfactants and applications of neutron scattering. Over 290 articles have been published and recent work has featured in Angewantde Chemie, New Scientist and American Chemical Society and Royal Society of Chemistry press releases.
Since 2006 he has served as Co-Editor for the Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, and is chair of the Elsevier conference "Colloids and Materials". Eastoe is winner of the 2007 Rideal Medal from the UK Royal Society of Chemistry and Society for Chemical Industry for "distinction in colloid or interface science".
Gengfeng Zheng, Fudan University, Shanghai, China
Nicholas Abbott, University of Wisconsin at Madison, USA
Zbigniew Adamczyk, Jerzy Haber Institute of Catalysis and Surface Chemistry, Poland
Michele Adler, University Paris-Est, France
Alidad Amirfazli, York University, Canada
Teresa Bandosz, City University of New York, USA
Sylvie Begin, Institute of Physics and Chemistry of Materials, Strasbourg, France
Debora Berti, University of Florence, Italy
Lisa Biswal, Rice University, USA
John Brash, McMaster University, Canada
Per Claesson, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden
Dganit Danino, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Wiebke Drenckhan, University Paris Sud, France
Eric Furst, University of Delaware, USA
Franz Grieser, University of Melbourne, Australia
Arthur Hubbard, Santa Barbara Science Project, USA
Luis Liz-Marzan, IKERBASQUE Basque Foundation for Science, Spain
Arturo Lopez-Quintela, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Jian Lu, Manchester University, UK
Max Lu, University of Surrey, UK
Martin Malmsten, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Raffaele Mezzenga, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Reinhard Miller, Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Germany
Zhihong Nie, University of Maryland, USA
Maria Santore, University of Massachusetts, USA
Pedro Tartaj, Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid, Spain
Qian Yu, Soochow University, China
Gengfeng Zheng, Fudan University, China
Reasons to attend
- Present your latest research
- Learn from internationally renowned researchers
- Understand the current state of research and the challenges to future discovery
- Meet with international colleagues, make new friends
- Visit the exhibition of leading-edge, commercial technologies
- Grow your professional scientific network
- Meet with fellow scientists from around the world and socialize at the Conference Dinner
- Win the Best Poster Prize
- In your free time explore the dynamic city of Shanghai with strong traditions, a vibrant present and an exciting future
High Quality Presentations
Our attendees continuously rate the quality of the presentations among the highest in the field.
The conference series has published its Gender policy
Young investigator perspectives
Oral slots are available specifically for Young Investigators (PhD students or Post-docs). Young Investigator Perspectives talks should be structured to include clear scientific justifications for the research, new results from the studies and explanations of how the research has advanced the field compared to existing literature. There will be opportunities for these Presenters to contribute Young Investigator Perspectives articles to Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, in consultation with the Editors.
Win the best poster prize
The best Posters will be selected by the Scientific Committee, and prize winners will receive a certificate and free registration for the 2019 conference.
After the conference a selection of articles will be published in the Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, subject to the normal peer review process.