ISGS NewsLetter – N°3 – June-Oct 2010

ISGS NewsLetter – N°3 – June-October 2010

! Interview of the quarter…… Nicola Hüsing, professor for materials chemistry in Austria

I am really excited by all the progress that we will experience in the futureMore >>

! Top news

! Events

> 2010 ISGS SummerSchool “Advanced Characterization Techniques for Sol-Gel Materials” – communications & report More >>

> 2011 Sol-Gel Conference Hangzhou, China – Aug. 28th-Sept 2nd 2011 – Both fundamentals and applications of sol-gel science will be focused and explored… More >>

> Event Announcement 2011 American Ceramic Society Glass and Optical Material Division Meeting -Savannah, GA, USA – May, 15-19, 2011… More >>

> Prof. Rustum Roy is no more… More >>

> 2011 ISGS Ulrich Award Application – Apply today for the next Ulrich Awards, to be awarded during 2011 Conference in China… More >>

> Call for 2015 International Sol-Gel Conference – The ISGS is soliciting for applicants to host the 18th conference to be held in 2015… More >>

> A new book series entitled “Advances in Sol-Gel Derived Materials and Technologies” will be published… More >>

> 2009 rating of JSST – improvement of the values… More >>

> Support ISGS – join us or renew your membershipMore >>

! Two young researchers in the spotlight !  Pick of the quarter

Marco Faustini and Maryline Chee Kimling are the two winners of the 2010 ISGS Best Poster Award. Maryline’s research area is centered around the synthesis of hierarchically porous millimeter-sized metal oxide beads and Marco works on the production of nanostructured magnetic surfaces… More >>

> Electroanalytical Chemistry, A Series of Advances: Volume 23… More >>

> Phase transformation of nanostructured oxide materials… More >>

> Characterization on sol-gel thin films… More >>

! Technology News
! Contributions

> Taking advantage of an original laser-technology, a research spin-off provides services to measure mechanical properties of thin films… More >>

> A fiber to perform bioactive filtration developed by a research team… More >>

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professor for materials chemistry at the Paris-Lodron University Salzburg, Austria.