Program & Speakers
The conference will be opened with a plenary lecture on the topic Electrokinetic Control of Interfacial Instabilities at the evening of September 10, 2017. The lecture will be given by Prof. Martin Bazant from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA.
The technical program on September 11-12, 2017 consists of invited keynote lectures and contributed talks.
In addition, two rapid-fire short communications sessions have been included, where selected contributions (to which also posters are shown) are presented in three minutes. After these sessions, these contributions as well as a number of further posters can be discussed in poster sessions combined with lunch.
Monday: Rapid-fire short communications and posters on the topics "Basic principles of electrokinetic phenomena" and "Molecular theories"
Tuesday: Rapid-fire short communications and posters on all the other topics
PROGRAM (as of July 31, 2017, subject to changes)
RAPID-FIRE SHORT COMMUNICATIONS (along with poster)(July 19, 2017)
POSTERS (as of July 28, 2017)
OUTDATED: Provisional Schedule (as of April 12, 2017)
We are pleased to announce the following keynote speakers:
Session: basic principles of electrokinetic phenomena
Prof. Antonio Ramos, University of Seville, Spain
Session: molecular theories
Prof. Igal Szleifer, Northwestern University, USA - needs to be cancelled, unfortunately
Prof. Christian Holm, University Stuttgart, Germany
Session: electrokinetic assembly
Prof. Alexander Kuhn, Université de Bordeaux, France
Session: ion-specific effects in materials sciences
Prof. Pavel Jungwirth, Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
Session: charge regulation, binding and electrokinetics in living matter
Prof. P. Dubin, Department of Chemistry, University of Massachusetts, USA
Session: ionic transport in polyelectrolyte complex materials
Prof. Monika Schönhoff, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster, Germany
Prof. Matthias Wessling, DWI – Leibniz Institute for Interactive Materials, Aachen, Germany
Session: advanced instrumentation and methods
Prof. Patrick R. Unwin, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK
Session: electrokinetics in bioanalytical applications and bioseparation
Prof. Brian Kirby, Cornell University, USA
Prof. Juan G. Santiago, Stanford University, USA