We BRIDGE between…
East and West – Asia/Oceania, Central Asia, Europe, Africa and North&South America
Liquid and Solid – Further extension of sol-gel in materials science.Present and Future – Contribution to Green technology, solution to Energy and Environment-related problems.
- 4 August 2015 – The program is available at the official website
- 13 March 2015 – The ISGS offers travel grants to facilitate students participation to the Sol-Gel 2015 Conference
2 awardees: Olga L. Galkina from Institute of Solution Chemistry of Russian Academy of Sciences in Russia and Diego Ariel Onna from University of Buenos Aires in Argentina.
- 12 March 2015 – Conference Registration is now OPEN. Do not miss the early bird discount rate before 31st May. All the participants to the scientific program must complete their registration before 31st May.
- 25 Jan 2015 – Abstract Submission Deadline has been EXTENDED! The Local Organizing Committee of Sol-Gel 2015 decided the extension of the deadline of “Abstract Submission” to 13th February, 2015. Please send your abstracts for oral/poster presentations at
This is the last chance to apply for ORAL presentations. Please note that the selection will be made by the Scientific Committee to allocate abstracts to either oral or poster presentations. Abstracts for Last Minute Posters will be accepted until 31st May 2015.
- The Sol-Gel 2015 agreement between the Local Organizer Committee and the ISGS has been signed on September the 11th in Suzdal, Russia (during the 3rd International Conference of CIS countries) by Kazuki Nakanishi, the Conference Chair, and Jean-Marie Nedelec, the ISGS President.
- The 1st circular can be downloaded here
Official Website Open: Jan. 2014
1st Circular: Apr. 2014
Abstract Submission deadline: 30 Jan. 2015
Early Registration: 31 May 2015
VENUE AND TRAVEL
Conference venue will be located near the JR Kyoto Station (Gateway to Kyoto city).
Convenient from Kansai (Osaka) and Chubu (Nagoya) international airports.
Full choice of hotels in the walking distance.
Convenient to magnificent Kyoto city and also to neighboring cities such as Osaka, Kobe-Himeji, and Nara, all with plenty of cultural and world-heritage sites.
Organized under the aegis of International Sol‐Gel Society (ISGS)
Endorsed by The Japanese Sol‐Gel Society (JSGS)
Chair: Prof. Kazuki Nakanishi (Kyoto Univ.)
Co-chairs: Prof. Hiromitsu Kozuka (Kansai Univ.), Dr. Kazumi Kato (AIST)