2018 Colloid and Interface Symposium

Abbreviation : 2018COINS
Category :Chemistry
Nation :Republic of Korea
City :Suwon
Start date :2018-6-4
End date :2018-6-5
Host organization :Sungkyunkwan University
Department :Chemical Engneering
Place :Sungkyunkwan University
RH Index :0

Invited Speakers :
  • ​David Pine (New York University)
      Title : Colloidal Micelles

  • ​Stefano Sacanna (New York University)
      Title : Self-inflating microcapsules

  • Seungwoo Lee (Sungkyunkwan University)
      Title : Optical magnetism from non-magnetic colloids

  • Ilja Voets (Technische Universiteit Eindhoven)
      Title : Colloidal assembly orchestrated by molecular guides

  • ​Wan Ki Bae (Sungkyunkwan University)
      Title : Carbothermal shock synthesis of high-entropy-alloy nanoparticles

  • ​Etienne Duguet (Université Bordeaux-I)
      Title : High precision chemistry to get complex colloids and assemblies

  • Byung Mook Weon (Sungkyunkwan University)
      Title : X-ray imaging of colloids and fluids

  • ​Yanlin Song (Institute of Chemistry,Chinese Academy of Sciences)
      Title : Colloidal particles for green printing technology

  • ​​Sang Young Lee (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology)
      Title : Ink chemistry and rheology for printed power sources

  • ​Joseph J. Richardson (University of Pennsylvania)
      Title : A tale of two thin films: metal-phenolic network films vs layer-by-layer films​

  • ​Laurent Corte (École Superieure de Physique et de Chimie Industrielles)
      Title : Bioadhesion through adsorption of colloids at hydrogel-tissue interfaces

  • ​Changhyun Pang (Sungkyunkwan University)
      Title : Bioinspired 3d nano-architectures for wet/ dry adhesion and versatile applications

  • ​Ki Tae Nam (Seoul National University)
      Title : Peptide-directed chirality in single plasmonic nanoparticle

  • ​Shu Yang (University of Pennsylvania)
      Title : Vertical alignment of liquid crystalline 2d nanomaterials using soft forces

  • ​Shin-Hyun Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
      Title : Photonic capsules containing cholesteric liquid crystals

  • ​Daeyeon Lee (University of Pennsylvania)
      Title : Bicontinuous biphasic liquid media for catalysis and separation

  • ​Pil Jin Yoo (Sungkyunkwan University)
      Title : Micro-solid bubble assembly for ultralight, strong, and superelastic materials

  • ​Youngjong Kang (Hanyang University)
      Title : Quasi-amorphous photonic solutions doped with complex index materials

  • ​Harold Kim (Georgia Institute of Technology)
      Title : On the stability of small DNA loops

  • ​Jaewook Nam (Seoul National University)
      Title : Analysis of thin-film formation flows

  • Tae-Woo Lee (Seoul National University)
      Title : Synthesis of colloidal metal-halide perovskite nanoparticles and application on efficient light-emitting diodes

  • ​Jin Woong Kim (Hanyang University)
      Title : Janus colloid surfactant catalysts for pickering emulsion microreactors

  • ​Kwangyeol Lee (Korea University)
      Title : Nanoparticles with structurally-dictated 3-D arrangement of multiple material phases: precursors to ideally performing nanocatalysts

  • ​Anderson Ho Cheung Shum (University of Hong Kong)
      Title : Electro-coiling of viscous liquid jets and its applications

  • ​Ashwin Gopinath (California Institute of Technology)
      Title : DNA origami: The bridge from bottom to top

  • ​Kyungsup Han (AMOREPACIFIC)
      Title : Development of novel microfluidic systems for the establishment of self-powered & disposable Point-Of-Care (POC) DNA analysis system

  • Organized by ​ : CKII Program for Convergence Materials and Process, BK21 Plus Program of Chemical Engineering and SAINT of Sungkyunkwan University, Theranostic Macromolecular Research Center
    Supported by : Amorepacific, The polymer Society of Korea, College of Engineering of SKKU
    Soft yet Strong Materials : Colloids are particles that have a diameter of between approximately 1 and 1,000 nanometres and that are evenly dispersed in fluids. Colloids are also known as colloidal dispersions because the particles remain dispersed and don't settle to the bottom.

    An emulsion is a mixture of two or more liquids that are normally immiscible (unmixable or unblendable). Emulsions are part of a more general class of two-phase systems of matter called colloids. In an emulsion, one liquid (the dispersed phase) is dispersed in the other (the continuous phase). ​

    Last year, first colloid and interface symposium was held at Sungkyunkwan university in suwon, korea and second symposium will be held this summer again. Symposium will focus on fundamental understanding of Colloid and emulsions as well as their industrial applications.

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