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5th International Conference on Multifunctional, Hybrid and Nanomaterials

6-10 March 2017 | Lisbon, Portugal

Energy, the environment and human health have emerged as strategic priorities not only in research but in all aspects of our lives. Hybrid materials have already demonstrated good promise in addressing and offering solutions in each of these priority areas.

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The main objective of this large interdisciplinary conference is to bring together, at a truly international level, people with shared interests in hybrid materials, including:

  • Polymer chemists, physicists and engineers
  • Biomaterials chemists, physicists and engineers
  • Organic chemists
  • Inorganic chemists
  • Solid state chemists
  • Sol-gel chemists
  • Composites scientists
  • Colloid chemists and physicists
  • Zeolite, meso- and microporous materials scientists
  • Broad nano- and materials scientists

We expect more than 1,200 participants from over 50 countries, as we already had at the previous meeting in 2015.

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The conference will start on Monday, 6 March 2017 at 14:00 and finish on Friday, 10 March 2017 at 17:20.  Each day will start with a Plenary Lecture followed by 5 parallel sessions focusing on the following topics:

Symposium A: Biohybrids, biomaterials and biological materials
Symposium B: Functional hybrid nanomaterials, nanocomposites and their applications (this symposium will run in two streams)
Symposium C: Functional porous materials

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A fifth parallel session (ABC) will offer talks representing all 3 main topics.

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Sponsors

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Exhibitors

Hiden-Isochema

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