Celebrating 100 years of Department of Chemistry with Athens Conference on Advances in Chemistry (acac2018):
The Department of Chemistry at NKUA, one of NanoHybrids partners, is celebrating its centennial anniversary and has been established in 1918. They have the pleasure of inviting you to attend the “Athens Conference on Advances in Chemistry (acac2018)“, which will be held during October 30 to November 2, 2018 in Athens, Greece.Read More
Today, the third day of AEROGELS 2018, sees six lectures presented by partners of the NanoHybrids consortium. Half of these lectures are directly associated to research during NanoHybrids. One lecture highlights the innovation potential which can be achieved by collaborative research and development.Shortly before the final award ceremony, the creative early-stage researchers Lucile Druel (MINES […]
AEROGELS 2018 – Optimizing Nanomaterials-Based Electrodes for Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion
The lectures on the morning of the second day of the Fourth International Seminar on AEROGELS 2018 set their focus on aerogels for electrochemical applications. They start with a key note lecture of Marcus A. Worsley, PhD, who talks about nanomaterials-based electrodes for electrochemical energy storage and conversion.
The Fourth International Seminar on AEROGELS 2018 starts today at Hamburg University of Technology. More than 200 researchers from academia and industry gather to learn and exchange latest knowledge on aerogels. The conference will start Monday morning with a session on functional aerogels
NanoHybrids at AEROGELS 2018 – Investigation of External Mass Transfer Effects in Supercritical Drying of Alcogel Particles
One of the lectures relating to NanoHybrids results present investigation of external mass transfer effects in supercritical drying of alcogel particles. Organic aerogels in the form of particles are considered as promising materials for a wide variety of applications such as drug delivery, biosensing and food technology due their unique properties and biocompatibility.