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Plenary and Keynote Speakers


  • Professor Toyoki Kunitake
    University Professor, Kyushu University

  • Professor Gordon J. Tiddy
    Emeritus Professor, University of Manchester

  • Prof. Benjamin Boyd
    Monash University, Australia

  • Prof. Shih-Yuan Lu
    National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan

  • Prof. Hirotaka Ihara
    Kumamoto University, Japan

  • Prof. Chen Binghui
    Xiamen University Malaysia

  • Prof. Jin Woon Kim
    Hanyang University, S. Korea


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Professor Toyoki Kunitake

University Professor, Kyushu University, 2015~

CTO, NanoMembrane Technologies,Ltd. 2007-present

Recipient of

The Kyoto Prize 2015

The Order of Culture 2014

Professor Gordon J. Tiddy

Emeritus Professor, University of Manchester

(formerly with Unilever Research, Port Sunlight for 29 years)

Recipient of

The 1st "Formula - Pierre Fillet" Prize 2013

The Rhodia Prize 2008

 Presentation Title:

The Properties of Water in Concentrated Surfactant and colloid Systems

 



Tentative Keynote Speakers


Prof. Benjamin Boyd

Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, AUSTRALIA

Presentation Title

Using Time Resolved Small Angle X-ray Scattering to Control Nanostructure in Lipid-based Drug Delivery Systems

 

Prof. Chen Binghui

Xiamen University Malaysia, M'SIA

Presentation Title

Design Multi-metallic Nanocatalysts towards Highly Active and Stable Catalysts for Oxidation and Hydrogenation Reactions

 

Prof. Hirotaka Ihara

Kumamoto University, JAPAN

Presentation Title

Chiral Luminescent Molecular Gels Delivered  from L-Glutamide Lipids

 

Prof. Shih-Yuan Lu

National Tsing Hua University, TAIWAN

Presentation Title

Prof. Jin-Woong Kim

Hanyang University, S. KOREA

Presentation Title

Highly Sensitive Colloidal Sensors by 2-D Array of Functional Microparticles



Invited Speakers

No

Name

Affiliation

Presentation Title

1

Alan Dalton

University of Sussex, UK

Colloidal Templates for the Controlled Assembly of Graphene and Related Structures into Functional Materials

2

Alfonso Martínez-Felipe

University of Aberdeen, UK

 

3

Amiya Kumar Panda

Vidyasagar University, India

Double Tailed Cystine Derivatives as Novel Substitutes of Phospholipids with Special Reference to Liposomes

4

Annela Seddon

University of Bristol, UK

Control and Orientation of Three Dimensional Biological Lipid Phases

5

Brian Teo Sheng Xian

Management and Science University, Malaysia

 

6

Charlotte Conn

RMIT University, Australia

Lipid-based Nanomaterials for the Encapsulation and Release of Protein- and Peptide-based Therapeutics

7

Chien-Hsiang Chang

National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

Physical Properties of Catanionic Vesicles Prepared from a Pseudo-Triple-Chained Ion Pair Amphiphile

8

Conxita Solans

Instituto de Química Avanzada de Cataluña, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (IQAC−CSIC), Spain

 

9

Daniel Crespy

Vidyasirimedhi Institute of Science and Technology (VISTEC), Thailand

 

10

Dharmesh Varade

Ahmedabad University, India

 

11

Habibah A. Wahab

Universiti Sains Malaysia

 

12

Hendrik Oktendy Lintang

Universitas Ma Chung, Indonesia

 

13

Hideki Sakai

Tokyo University of Science, Japan

Novel Photo Switchable Surfactants - Photocleavable Surfactants and Amphiphilic Lophin-Dimer -

14

Ida Idayu Muhamad

MyCRS/ Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

 

15

Imane Bayach

King Faisal University, Saudi Arabia

Computational Assessment Of Hydrogen Bonding And Liquid Crystal Transition Temperature Correlation For Octyl Glycosides.

16

James Kah Cheng Yong

National University of Singapore, Singapore

Probing the Margination and Transendothelial Migration of Nanoparticles in Vascular Flow using Microfluidics.

17

Jingcheng Hao

Shandong University, China

 

18

Junbai Li

Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

 

19

Junichi Kurawaki

Kagoshima University, Japan

Novel Synthesis of Gold-Chitosan Composite Nanoparticles Using Hg Lamp and Their Catalytic Activity for p-Nitrophenol Reduction

20

Kabir-ud-Din

Arba Minch University, Ethiopia

A Study on the Binding of Distinctively Modified Gemini Surfactants to Hemoglobin

21

Kenji Aramaki

Yokohama National University, Japan

Phospholipid- and Nonionic Surfactant-Based Bicelles Formulated through a Simple Process

22

Kiew Lik Voon

University of Malaya, Malaysia

Assessing the Cardiovascular System Toxicity of Nano-drug-carriers via Radio-telemetry Techniques

23

Li-Jen Chen

National Taiwan University, Taiwan

Effect of Particle Size on the Coffee Ring Formation on Different Hydrophobic Surfaces

24

Limin Qi

Peking Uniersity, China

Functional Nanostructure Arrays Based on Monolayer Colloidal Crystals

25

Lok Kumar Shrestha

National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan

Fullerene Nanoarchitectonics from Zero to Higher Dimensions

26

Malinda Salim

Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Australia

Milk and Drugs

27

Manfred Kriechbaum

Graz University of Technology, Austria

Pressure Induced Self-Assemblies and Phase Transitions of Lipid Membranes/Nanoparticles Investigated by Time-Resolved SAXS.

28

Min Kai Lee

National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

Phase transitions in opal-based nanocomposites

29

Misni Misran

University of Malaya, Malaysia

 

30

Mohd Basyaruddin Abdul Rahman

Universiti Putra Malaysia

Quercetin Encapsulated in Oil-in-Water (O/W) Nanoemulsion Aerosols for Pulmonary Delivery

31

Mohd Cairul Iqbal Mohd Amin

MyCRS/ Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

Bacterial cellulose-based hydrogel: Versatile carrier for protein and cell delivery system

32

Ng Shiow Fern

MyCRS/ Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

 

33

Ng Wai Kiong

Institute of Chemical & Engineering Sciences, AStar, Singapore

Design of Protein-based Intravenous Artemether Nanoformulations for Treatment of Severe Malaria

34

Osamu Shibata

Nagasaki International University, Japan

 

35

Pramoch Rangsunvigit

Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Increased Methane Hydrate Formation through the Gas and Liquid Interface Alteration: Effects of Promoters

36

Pratap Bahadur

Veer Narmad South Gujarat University, India

Self-assembly and Microstructure of Core-shell Micelles from Smart Block Copolymers Modulated by Altering Solution Conditions

37

Richard A. Bryce

The University of Manchester, UK

Probing carbohydrate shape and interactions via molecular simulation methods

38

Shigeru Deguchi

Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan

Continuous Supercritical Water Process for Bottom-up Production of Oil-in-Water Nano-emulsions

39

Shi-Yow Lin

National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

Adsorption Kinetics of Partially Dissociated Cationic Surfactant Dodecylamine

40

Sunil Bhagwat

Institute of Chemical Technology, India

New Surfactants : Microbial and Gemini Type

41

Suwabun Chirachanchai

Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

 

42

Syed Sakhawat Shah

Quaid-I-Azam University, Pakistan

Molecular Interaction of pH-dependent Antibiotic Gatifloxacin with Cationic Surfactant: Insights from Spectroscopic and Chromatographic Measurements

43

Takashi Nakajima

Tokyo University of Science, Japan

Vibrational Energy Harvesting Using Ferroelectric Polymers

44

Takeshi Kawai

Tokyo University of Science, Japan

Chirality-controlled synthesis of double-helical Au nanowires templated by twisted ribbon-like molecular self-assembly

45

Taku Ogura

Lion Corporation, Japan

 

46

To Ngai

The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Colloidal Particles at the Interfaces: From Fundamentals to Functional Materials

47

Toyoko Imae

National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

Application of Nanofiber Composite Films Towards Green Chemistry

48

Yurii Shchipunov

Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

 

49

Zhang Ying

Xiamen University, Malaysia

Highly sensitive and selective analysis of urinary steroids by comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography using positive chemical ionization quadrupole mass spectrometry



 
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