Oral Presentation Information
Submitting authors can present their work orally with the aid of slides and samples, etc. As an oral presenter, you will have 30 minutes, including questions and answers, to discuss and share your findings. This is an excellent opportunity for showcasing your work to an attentive audience and receiving invaluable feedback from your peers. Oral presenters are eligible for peer review and submission to the International Journal of Wettability Science & Technology.
Poster Presentation Information
Submitting authors can present their work as a poster up to A0 in size. This is an excellent opportunity for networking and the sharing of your ideas by spotlighting your work with two full days of exposure, plus two dedicated sessions to ensure you receive personal feedback from your peers. Poster presenters are eligible for peer review and submission to the International Journal of Wettability Science & Technology.
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List of confirmed presenters (as of 9 January 2020)
Prof. Ludmila Boinovich. The A.N. Frumkin Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry of the Russian Academy of Science, Russia
DataPhysics Instruments GmbH, Germany
Dr Alexandre Emelyanenko. The A.N. Frumkin Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry of the Russian Academy of Science, Russia
Dr Chinmay Ghoroi. IIT Gandhinagar, India
Prof Herbert Jennissen. University of Duisburg, Germany
Dr Mariëlle Laimböck-Wouters. MaterialsXpertise, Netherlands
Prof. Jonathan Lawrence. Coventry University, UK
Dr Yao Lu. Queen Mary University of London, UK
Dr Rosa Di Mundo. Politecnico di Bari, Italy
Prof. Glen McHale. Northumbria University, UK
Prof. Robin Ras. Aalto University, Finland
Prof. Ken Sorbie. Heriot-Watt University, UK
Dr Prashant Waghmare. University of Alberta, Canada
Dr David Waugh. Coventry University, UK
Prof. Yongmei Zheng. Beihang University, China
List of presentation titles (as of 9 January 2020)
The Challenge of Accurate Characterization of Surface Wetting
Inverse Lotus Effect, Hyperhydrophilic Surfaces and Complex Contact Angles
Measuring the Effects of Electrostatic Charge of Polymeric Surfaces on Contact Angle and Adhesion Force
Bioinspired Micro/Nanostructured Surfaces with Wettability from Design to Functions
Contact Angles in Three-phase (Oil/Water/Gas) Systems and the Bartell-Osterhof Equation
Strong Bonds Built Through Understanding the Interface
Wetting and Dewetting on Electrically Switchable Surfaces
G. McHale, et al.