eSeminars

ISGS will launch an eSeminar series, to build closer and more regular contacts within our solgel community between the biennial International Sol-Gel Conferences.

ISGS eSeminar, May 2022

Sol-gel approach to understand the role of defects in photocatalysis with TiO2 by Sara A. Bilmes 

ISGS eSeminar, April 2022

Non-hydrolytic sol-gel chemistry to functional hybrid materials by Professor Nicola Pinna

ISGS eSeminar, March 2022

In situ characterization toolbox for studying nucleation and growth of nanostructured materials and thin films during liquid-based synthesis by Mari-Ann Einarsrud

ISGS eSeminar, February 2022

Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Aerogel Monoliths – Structural optimization toward improved resilience by professor Kazuki Nakanishi

ISGS eSeminar, December 2021

The Influence of Microwaves on Sol-Gel Chemistry by professor Maria Zaharescu

ISGS eSeminar, November 2021

En route from Metal Alkoxides to Metal Oxides: Metal Oxo/Alkoxo Clusters by professor Ulrich Schubert

ISGS eSeminar, October 2021

SOL-GEL COATINGS TO PREVENT CORROSION OF METALS AND ALLOYS by Yolanda Castro

ISGS eSeminar, September 2021

Aerogel Craftsmanship: New Methods, New Materials by professor David Avnir

ISGS eSeminar, July 2021

Application of sol-gel processes to materials and interfaces in allsolid-state batteries by Nataly Carolina Rosero-Navarro.