The 89th annual meeting of the American Chemical Society Division of Colloid and Surface Chemistry will highlight the latest scientific advances in colloid and surface science, its intersection with other scientific domains such as biophysics and environmental science, and its application in biotechnology, coatings, functional nanomaterials, and other diverse areas. The conference is traditionally organized and hosted by a university, and thrives on strong international attendance by participants from academia, industry and national laboratories. Approximately 500 oral and poster presentations are expected for this premier event in our field.
In addition to 13 technical symposia and a poster session, this symposium features two plenary lectures, the Unilever Award Lecture, the Victor K. LaMer Award Lecture, and an instrument exhibition. The social program includes a Sunday evening dinner reception, a Monday evening poster session with refreshments, and the Tuesday evening Symposium Banquet at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.
Colin Bain, Univ. Durham
Emanuela Bianchi, TU Vienna
Wuge Briscoe, Univ. Bristol
Peter Butler, Penn State Univ.
Warren Chan, Univ. Toronto
Suzanne Giasson, Univ. Montreal
Franz J. Giessibl, Univ. Regensburg
Jay Groves, UC Berkeley
Jacob Israelachvili, UC Santa Barbara
Heinrich Jaeger, Univ. Chicago
Huda Jerri, Firmenich
Vijay John, Tulane Univ.
Christine Keating, Penn State Univ.
Dominique Langevin, CNRS
Matthew Lynch, Procter and Gamble
Glen McHale, Northumberland Univ.
Ali Mani, Stanford Univ.
Ian Morrison, Harvard Univ.
Sumita Pennathur, UC Santa Barbara
Suzie Pun, Univ. Washington
Navid Saleh, Univ. Texas
Ivan Smalyukh, University of Colorado
Michael Solomon, Univ. Michigan
Norman Wagner, Univ. Delaware
Anand Yethiraj, Memorial University
Ming Zheng, NIST