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11:00-12:50Registration at “Kåren” (Student Union Building) at KTH Valhallavägen campus
Drottning Kristinas väg 15, Stockholm
12:50-13:00Welcome and opening of the symposium
Sigbritt Karlsson, KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Pia Sandvik, RISE
Session 1Frontier materials
Keynote lecture
Chemical control of reactive interfaces for increased sustainability
Maria Forsyth, Deakin University, Australia
13:30-13:50Functional materials for next generation energy storage systems
Aleksandar Matic, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
13:50-14:10Tuning interfaces with ionic liquids
Anja-Verena Mudring, Stockholm University, Sweden
14:10-14:30Fibre reinforced adhesives patches to stabilize bone fractures
Michael Malkoch, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
14:30-15:00Coffee break
Session 2Nanomaterials
Keynote lecture
Four-dimensional printing: Functional materials patterning in temporal and spatial domains
Ralph Nuzzo, University of Illinois, USA
15:30-15:50Metallic nanoparticles: The link between toxicity, surface and materials properties
Inger Odnevall Wallinder, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
15:50-16:10Design of hierarchichal nanoassemblies
Catherine Amiel, Institute of Chemistry and Materials, France
16:10-16:30Liquid crystalline particles for delivery of antimicrobial peptides
Lukas Boge, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Sweden
PosterSession I (Odd poster numbers)
16:30-16:50Poster speed show (Odd poster numbers)
16:50-19:00Poster session (Odd poster numbers) and mingle
16:50-17:30Annual proceedings of the Division of surface chemistry and materials chemistry within the Swedish Chemical Society
Session 3Formulation/Delivery
Keynote lecture
Nanoparticles as carriers of host defense peptides
Martin Malmsten, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
09:00-09:20Poly acrylic acid mirogels as carriers for antimicrobial peptides
Randi Nordström, Uppsala University, Sweden
09:20-09:40Controlled inhalation aerosol exposures
Per Gerde, Inhalation Science, Sweden
09:40-10:00Structured materials for cosmetic surface applications
Gustavo Luengo, L'Oréal, France
10:00-10:30Coffee break
Session 4Scattering, Neutrons
Keynote lecture
Understanding interactions at interfaces
Adrian Rennie, Uppsala University, Sweden
11:00-11:20Probing the electroactive interface of ionic liquids
Georgia Pilkington, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
11:20-11:40The lipid-aqueous interface and biomolecular interaction revealed by neutron, x-ray and optical techniques
Tommy Nylander, Lund University, Sweden
11:40-12:00Lipoprotein structure dependence on lipid packing and exchange dynamics - Implications for atherosclerosis development
Selma Maric, Malmö University, Sweden
Session 5Nanoconfinement
Keynote lecture
Silica-silica composites in drug delivery
Mika Jokinen, Turku University of Applied Sciences, Finland
13:30-13:50Mesoporous silica nano- and microparticles as carriers for therapeutic peptides
Mika Lindén, Ulm University , Germany
13:50-14:10Reversible Self Assembled Monolayers (rSAMs): Adaptable surfaces for enhanced multivalent interactions and biomimetic sensing
Sing Yee Yeung, Malmö University, Sweden
14:10-14:30Chemistry within the confines of mineral-bound water films
Jean-Francois Boily, Umeå University, Sweden
14:30-15:00Coffee break
Session 6AkzoNobel symposium
15:00-15:10Introduction by AkzoNobel
Keynote lecture
Engineering the biology-material interface
Martin Andersson, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
15:40-15:50AkzoNobel Award winner lecture introduction
15:50-16:15Development of functional cellulose materials by utilizing surface selective tailoring concepts
Hannes Orelma, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland
16:15-16:40Nanoparticles as a tool to interface biology at the single-molecule level
Anders Lundgren, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
PosterSession II (Even poster numbers)
16:40-17:00Poster speed show (Even poster numbers)
17:00-19:00Poster session (Even poster numbers) and mingle
19:00-Conference dinner
Session 7Colloids and interfaces
Keynote lecture
Life at the interface of brushes and gels
Nicholas Spencer, Surface Science and Technology, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
09:00-09:20Exploring the surface chemistry of nanomaterials for water purification
Aji Mathew, Stockholm University, Sweden
09:20-09:40Mixed micelles of oppositely charged poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) diblock copolymers
Karin Schillén, Lund University, Sweden
09:40-10:00Marine materials: reduction and control of biocide release from antifouling paints
Mia Dahlström, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Sweden
10:00-10:20Comparing morphology in dip-coated and spin-coated blend films for photovoltaics
Jan van Stam, Karlstad University, Sweden
10:20-10:50Coffee break
Session 8Sustainable materials
Keynote lecture
Transforming nanocellulose into sustainable products through surface engineering
Emily Cranston, McMaster University, Canada
11:20-11:40Sustainable materials by smart surface modifications: From wood modification to tissue engineering
Monika Österberg, Aalto University, Finland
11:40-12:00Use of molecular cellulose in emulsions and design of nanocomposites
Magnus Norgren, Mid Sweden University, Sweden
12:00-12:20Organic nanocrystals by vapor phase and colloidal synthesis and applications of these materials in catalysis and biology, especially electrophysiology
Eric Glowacki, Linköping University, Sweden
12:20-12:40Hierarchical nano-assemblies under confinement and shear
Wuge Briscoe, University of Bristol, UK
12:40-12:45Closing remarks