The aim of this meeting is to offer an update of recent innovations in both fundamental and applied aspects highlighting new advances and progress in the field of nano-materials (inorganics, ceramics, hybrids, molecular and bio-inspired).
We encourage researchers to submit an abstract of their most recent research related to one of the four following topics:
T1: Nano-sized and nano-structured materials: Fundamental Aspects, Surface Science Mechanisms, Theoretical Models and Characterization.
T2: Advanced preparation methods: New precursors, New methods including Sol-Gel processing, New materials, Processing and Shaping.
T3: Templated and Self-assembled (porous) materials including MOFs and hybrid materials.
T4: New Applications and New Properties: Chemical (catalysis, sensors, gas storage) and Physical (magnetism, optics, conductivity, spin crossover, …)
properties and applications in fuel cells, solar cells, batteries, …
The emphasis will be put on interdisciplinarity (Complexity and relation with other disciplines) and on future directions (New trends). The
organisers would also like to make this meeting a discussion forum between scientists working in the field and also those who would like to become
acquainted with new developments and perspectives of applications of nano-materials.
Please visit the website: http:/www.fundp.ac.be/acin2011
Abstract submission (email@example.com): Jan 15th 2011
A template is available on the website.Dr. Eng. Bao-Lian Su
Full Professor in Inorganic and Materials Chemistry
Director of the Laboratory of Inorganic Materials Chemistry,
The University of Namur (FUNDP)
61 rue de Bruxelles,
B-5000 Namur, Belgium
Phone: 32 81 72 45 31 (Direct), 32 81 72 54 16 (Secretary)