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

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

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

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 Niveen KHASHAB KAUST, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Prof Christelle LABERTY LCMCP, France

Dr Anne LESAGE CRMN, France

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)