Invited Speakers

  • Narayana Aluru, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
    Fluids in Extreme Confinement
     
  • Alexei Kornyshev, Imperial College London, UK
    Electrochemical Nanophotonics
     
  • Matthew Hennessy, University of Oxford, UK
    Thermodynamically driven instabilities in polyelectrolyte gels
     
  • Anna Marciniak-Czochra, Heidelberg University, Germany
     
  • David Andelman, Tel Aviv University, Israel
    Charge Regulation in Colloid Solutions and Polyelectrolytes
     
  • Karin Jacobs, Saarland University, Germany
    Biofilm adhesion: Interplay of intermolecular forces between surfaces and proteins or bacteria
     
  • John King, University of Nottingham, UK
     
  • Zuzanna Siwy, University of California - Irvine, USA
    Ionic selectivity of nanopore transport and gating
     
  • Nir Gavish, Technion, Israel 
    Poisson-Nernst-Planck Lennard-Jones and high-order steric Poisson-Nernst-Planck models
     
  • Jürgen Fuhrmann, WIAS, Germany
    Quality preserving numerical methods for electrolyte modeling
     
  • Rene van Roij, University of Utrecht, Netherlands
    A few short stories on iontronics
     
  • Benjamin Lindner, Humboldt University, Germany
    Linear and Nonlinear fluctuation-dissipation theorems in non-equilibrium systems
     
  • David Sivak, Simon Fraser University, Canada
    Nonequilibrium energy transduction is maximized for flexibly linked machine components
     
  • Serge Lemay, Twente University, Netherlands
    Local electrokinetics driven by electrochemistry
     
  • Katharina Krischer, TU München, Germany
    Electrochemical many-particle systems with coexisting states
     
  • Aimy Bazylak, University of Toronto, Canada
    Examining multiphase flows in fuel cells and electrolyzers
     
  • Axel Groß, University of Ulm, Germany
    Modelling interfacial structures and processes in electrochemical energy storage and conversion
     
  • Karen Chan, DTU, Denmark
    “pH effects” in electrocatalysis
     
  • Jun Huang, FZ Jülich, Germany
    Orbital-free density-potential functional theory of electric double layer
     
  • Birger Horstmann, DLR Ulm, Germany
    SEI growth on graphite and silicon electrodes
     
  • Roland Netz, FU Berlin, Germany
    Electrokinetics at biological surfaces: Ion-specific adsorption, local viscosity and dielectric effects
     
  • Lyderic Bocquet, Ecole Normale Supérieure and CNRS, France
    Iontronics in 1D and 2D nanomaterials