Graduate student workshop 2010
Now it is time for the traditional workshop that is set up for all enrolled students in the soft matter graduate school. The aim with this workshop is to give everyone a chance to present and discuss their research project with other PhD students and professors. The invited professors will participate during all days and each of them will give an inspiring presentation in their research field. As in a regular conference all participants are asked to send in an abstract (no more than one page) that will be put into a program.
Beside all interesting science the purpose of the workshop is to get together and have a good time with great food in a nice environment and of course fun activities.
All students in the soft matter graduate school are invited to the workshop which is free of charge. The participants are recommended of the graduate school to receive 1.5 credits (ECTS).
Slussens Pensionat, Orust. Starts with lunch on Monday the 7th of June and finish with lunch on Wednesday the 9th of June.
All students are required to give a 10 minutes presentation which will be followed by 5 minutes of discussion. More information will be given about the activities, schedule etc.
Per Stenius is Professor Emeritus from Helsinki University of Technology. He has also been Director of the Institute for Surface Chemistry in Stockholm for many years. Per Stenius has a very broad experience of practical applications of surface and colloid chemistry. He has been particularly active in the area of surface chemistry related to the cellulose fiber.
Reinhard Miller is a senior scientist at the Max Planck Institute for Colloids and Interfaces at Golm in Germany. Reinhard Miller has a special interest in liquid interfaces and he has published extensively in areas such as adsorption dynamics at liquid interfaces, interfacial thermodynamics, interfacial rheology, and stability of foams and emulsions.
Curtis Frank is Professor from Stanford University, California and is a director at the Center for Polymer Interfaces and Macromolecular Assemblies. Curtis Frank is involved in projects regarding structure and dynamics of polymers in constrained geometry, interface science of biomolecular materials and polymer development of an artificial cornea based on polymer hydrogels.
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