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, February 2023

Can we design network structures of inorganic polymeric mate-rials like organic synthesis? by Masahide Takahashi

ISGS eSeminar, December 2022

Sol-Gel monolithic materials for optics and non-linear optics by Stephane Parola

ISGS eSeminar, November 2022

Lanthanide-Based Opto-Magnetic Nanoprobes – from Synthesis to Potential Applications by Eva Hemmer

ISGS eSeminar, October 2022

Tuning the sol-gel transition to control the hierarchical porosity of ceramic materials by Sandra Helena Pulcinelli  

ISGS eSeminar, June 2022

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

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