The Laboratory of Physics and Physical Chemistry of Foods is organizing a one-day symposium on soft matter design. The symposium aims to bring together researchers from different disciplines to exchange ideas of the latest developments in material design and review some recent applied and fundamental studies on designing soft materials with desired mechanical, rheological or optical properties. For attending this symposium registration is not required.
Human life was revolutionized by utilizing novel materials throughout history. Designing materials with specific mechanical, rheological or optical properties has shown tremendous application potential in many disciplines of science and technology in recent years.
|13:10-14:10||Prof. Masao Doi (Beihang University, China), invited speaker|
|14:10-14:30||Prof. Erik van der Linden (FPH, WUR)|
|14:30-14:40||Jessica Clough (PCC, WUR)|
|14:40-14:50||Aref Ghorbani (FPH, WUR)|
|14:50-15:00||Eric van Bruggen (FPH, WUR)|
|15:20-16:20||Prof. Jose Bico (ESPCI, Paris), invited speaker|
|16:20-16:30||Mohammad Mirzaali (TU Delft)|
|16:30-16:40||David M. J. Dykstra (IoP, UvA)|
|16:40-16:50||Martin Brandenbourger (IoP, UvA)|
|16:50-17:00||Sven Boots (PCC, WUR)|