SOL-GEL 2022

From 07/24/2022 to 07/29/2022

Centre de Congrès - Cité Internationale Lyon - 50, quai Charles de Gaulle 69463 Lyon

Plenary lectures

Prof. Markus Antonietti - Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces - University of Potsdam, GERMANY
Simply Black Magic: towards a low(er) temperature sol-gel chemistry of carbon materials

Dr Delphine Blanc Elkem, France
Elkem Silicones – Colloïds for soft chemistry & new applications – The Open Innovation eco-system

Prof. Bruce Dunn - University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Creating new generations of electrochemical materials by exploting Sol-Gel chemistry

Prof. Julia Greer - Caltech, Pasadena, USA
Materials by Design: Three-Dimensional (3D) Nano-Architected Meta-Materials

Iryna Gozhyk Saint-Gobain Recherche, France
Flat and patterned Sol-Gel films : From scalable nano-fabrication to optics

Prof. Krzysztof Matyjaszewski - Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA
Nanostructured Functional Materials by ATRP

Invited speakers

Prof David AVNIR The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.
Aerogels: Magnetism, sustained release, 3d-printing

Prof Raffaella BUONSANTI EPFL, Switzerland
Colloidal chemistry to design well-defined and tunable nanomaterials for catalysis and energy applications

Prof Lourdes CALZADA ICMM-CSIC, Spain
Low-temperature Sol-Gel methods for the integration of crystalline metal oxide thin films in flexible electronics

Dr Mateus CARDOSO LNLS, Brazil
Interaction of surface-modified silica nanoparticles and biological components: a synchrotron approach

Dr Sophie CARENCO LCMCP, France
Nanoparticle design: From the solution to the nanoscaled reactive metal-containing solid

Prof Luis D CARLOS Universty of Aveiro, Portugal
Light-emitting hybrid materials for temperature sensing, molecular logic and IoT applications

Prof Damien DEBECKER UCL, Belgium
Preparation of porous catalysts by aerosol-assisted Sol-Gel

Dr Jean-Yves DELANNOY Siemens technology, USA
Molecular Informed Large-Scale Simulations

Prof Giorgia FRANCHIN University of Padova, Italy
Sol-Gel chemistry and additive manufacturing: Potential for ceramic fabrication

Dr Corine GÉRARDIN ICGM, France
Eeficient polymer templates for tailoring properties of functional ordered mesoporous materials

Prof Benoît HEINRICHS University of Liège, Belgium
Upscaling sol-gel technology to make it a competitive way for coating manufacture and process at an industrial scale

Prof Eva HEMMER University of Ottawa, Canada
Colour-tuneable lanthanide-based nanoparticles for applications from biomedecine to printing

Prof Beatriz JULIAN-LOPEZ University Jaume I Castellón, Spain
Towards more efficient and sustainable halide perovskites for photovoltaics and optoelectronics

Prof Vadim KESSLER SLU, Sweden
Metal oxide Sol-Gel materials as drug delivery vehicles and components of tissue scaffolds: from (OXO)Alkoxide paperbag models to applications

Prof Christel LABERTY LCMCP, France
Combining Sol-Gel chemistry and electrospinning process to develop composite membrane with self healing properties : Application in Li-ion battery and fuel cells

Dr Anne LESAGE CRMN, France
Decoding Structural Complexity of Supported Molecular Catalysts by DNP Surface Enhanced Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy

Dr Mateusz ODZIOMEK Max Planck Institute, Germany
Crack self-ordering: fabrication of nanoporous periodic arrays of metal oxidies

Dr Kenji OKADA Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
Organic-inorganic epitaxial interface on metal hydroxides as scaffold for oriented framework compound films with unique properties

Prof Dr Atsushi SHIMOJIMA Waseda University, Japan
Design of self-healing siloxane-based nanomaterials

Dr Valentin SMEETS UCL, Belgium
Original Sol-Gel synthetic approaches to high-performance ti-si02 catalysts

Dr Francesca TALLIA Imperial College London, England
Bioglass-derived Sol-Gel hybrid scaffolds for bone and cartilage regeneration: from design to in vivo studies

Prof Michael YU The University of Queensland, Australia
Surfactant-free silica-polymer assembly: A new paradigm

ISGS Awards lectures

-Life Achievement Award-
Prof. Sara Aldabe Bilmes (Argentina)
Prof. Kazuki Nakanishi (Nagoya Univ., Japan)

- Ulrich Award-
Dr. Nataly Carolina Rosero Navarro (Hokkaido Univ., Japan)

Dr. George Hasegawa (Nagoya Univ., Japan)
Porous Monolithic Electrodes Prepared via Sol–Gel Processes