Zurich hosts advanced porous materials workshop
Micromeritics and ETH Zurich are holding a two-day Advanced Porous Materials Workshop in August.
A two day workshop, jointly organised by Micromeritics Instrument Corporation and ETH Zurich on the preparation, characterisation, and application of advanced porous materials will take place in Zurich, Switzerland, August 22 – 23.
Chaired by Prof. Javier Pérez-Ramírez and Dr. Jeffrey Kenvin, the event will promote the exchange of knowledge and ideas between participants in a stimulating and informal environment.
This workshop is recommended for scientists and engineers involved in research and development of products and processes where porous materials play a key role.
Lectures by a diverse international group of prominent scientists will explore a variety of subjects related to the characterisation and development of advanced porous materials to include: experimental principals and material development; advanced instrumentation and techniques for material characterisation; and theoretical fundamentals for material simulation.
Types of materials covered will include zeolites, mesoporous silicas, metal organic frameworks (MOFs), and microporous carbons.
A range of applications for these materials such as adsorbents, catalysts, ion-exchangers, supports, pharmaceuticals, biomaterials, membranes, super capacitors, and batteries will also be discussed.
For the full lecture schedule, workshop fee information, travel information, hotel recommendations, and contact information please click here.
To register, complete the registration form here.
The registration deadline is August 10, 2012.
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