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20th SIS - Surfactants in Solution Symposium

Monday 23rd

  Opening Ceremony  
  PL1. Lipid-Based Molecular Architectures for solubilization, interfacial reactivity and Delivery of Bioactives and Macromolecules Nissim Garti MA
  IL1. Adsorption mechanisms of polyelectrolytes and proteins Zbigniew Adamczyk MA
  IL2. Self-Aggregation of supramolecular surfactants derived from calixarenes  Luis Garcia-Rio CA
  IL3. Reactive surfactants and their use in advanced materials  John Texter PA
  IL.C1. Surfactant and polymer dispersions with liquid crystalline cores  Watson Loh C13
  O1.1. Structures of adsorption layers of surfactant mixtures on solid surfaces and the importance for the stability of dispersions  Wolfgang von Rybinski MA
  O7.1. Formation Kinetics of Oil-rich, Non-ionic Microemulsions and the Influence of Additives  H. Klemmer CA
  O5.1. A Reverse Micellar Mesophase of Face-Centered Cubic Fm3m Symmetry in PC/Water/Organic Solvent Ternary Systems  Isabelle Martiel PA
  C1. DNA Gel Particles: Physicochemical and Biocompatible Considerations  M. Carmen Morán C13
  O1.2. Direct Impact of Non-Equilibrium Aggregates on the Structure and Morphology of Pdadmac/SDS Layers at the Air/Water Interface  Richard Campbell MA
  O7.2. The Development of Highly Branched Hydrocarbon Surfactants as a Substitute for Fluorocarbon Surfactants  Masanobu Sagisaka CA
  O5.2. Designing multiple stimuli-thickening fluids based on reversible aggregate transitions of non-polymeric surfactants  Jinfeng Dong PA
  C2. Interaction of Silica Nanoparticles and Fatty Acid at Water-Oil and Water-Air Interfaces  Francesca Ravera C13
  Coffee Break  
  O1.3. Stable aqueous solutions of keratin polypeptides: their properties in solution and at interfaces  Fang Pan MA
  O7.3. Disclike vs. cylindrical micelles: generalized model of micelle growth and data interpretation  Svetoslav Anachkov CA
  O5.3. Surface segregation at the liquid-vapor interphase of binary aqueous systems of alkyl acetates with partial miscibility  Carolina Bermúdez-Salguero PA
  C3. Self-Assembly of Peptides and Lipids into 1D Nanostructures Dganit Danino C13
  O1.4. Molecular Array Behavior of Surfactants on Interfaces investigated by Molecular Simulation Approach  Ying Li MA
  O7.4. Which key factors determine Cal B activity in bicontinuous microemulsions?  Anne Steudle CA
  O5.4. Formation of giant ribbons with nanoscale chirality from new-to-nature sophorolipid biosurfactants in water  Anne-Sophie Cuvier PA
  C4. Stimulus-Triggered Release of Viable Cells from Composite Microcapsules  Vesselin Paunov C13
  O1.5. Investigating the spreading behaviour of amphiphilic block copolymers Langmuir monolayers with synchrotron radiation  Giovanni Li Destri MA
  O7.5. Specific ion effects in water ordering at ionic surfactant stabilized nanoscopic interfaces  Yixing Chen CA
  O5.5. Structural comparison of cationic diC16-amidine and zwitterionic DPPC membranes  Julio Rozenfeld PA
  C5. Curcumin loading and release from hybrid nanovectors of solid lipid nanoparticles  Andreea Pasc C13
  O1.6. Adsorption Kinetics of Protein/Surfactant Complexes at the Liquid- Gas Interface  Boris Noskov MA
  O7.6. On the use of hydrophobic co-surfactants to optimise PIT nanoemulsions  Stella Georgiadou CA
  O5.6. Supramolecular structure based on nanocluster POM Mo138 and surfactant in solution: the anomalous adsorption isotherm  Kirill V. Grzhegorzhevskii PA
  C6. Saponins – natural surfactants with unique properties and functionality Simeon D. Stoyanov C13
  IL4. Specific Ion Effect and Thermodynamics:The Case of Micellization Marija Bester-Rogac MA
  IL5. MAGIQ process: Bottom-up formation of nano-sized oil droplets in water  Shigeru Deguchi CA
  IL6. Bile Salt Derivatives: Self-Assembly of Rigid Unconventional Amphiphiles  Luciano Galantini PA
  IL.C2. Lipid Transfer in O/W Emulsions, Influence of Diffusivity and Type of Stabilizer  Otto Glatter C13
  O6.1. Spectroscopic Studies of Arenediazonium Ions Stability in Surfactant Solutions  Jolanta Narkiewicz-Michalek MA
  O7.7. Partitioning of organic additives in micellar solution of surfactants  Jonas Fuchs CA
  O5.7. Fatty acid self-assemblies in the presence of choline hydroxide: effect of the molar ratio  Audrey Arnould PA
  C7. Relating the Macroscopic Behavior of a Polyelectrolyte/Surfactant Complex to its Microscopic Structure and Dynamics  Ingo Hoffmann C13
  O6.2. Displacement and dynamics of a dispersing polymer on carbon nanotubes: NMR supports a non-wrapping picture  Ricardo Fernandes MA
  O7.8. Emulsification by Active Interfacial Modifier  Kenichi Sakai CA
  O5.8. Phase Behaviour and Relaxation Kinetics in the SLMI/cetyl betaine/water system  Joseph Flood PA
  C8. A general approach of the production of metal nanoparticles in dense micro emulsions and application in fuel cells  Roman Latsuzbaia C13
  O6.3. An accurate and direct alternative to determine micelle aggregation numbers  Ángel Piñeiro MA
  O7.9. Emergence of Micelles from Surfatant-Free Ternary Solutions  Dominik Horinek CA
  O5.9. Surface activity of 2-ethylhexyl alcohol derived surfactants  Agata Sznajdrowska PA
  C9. Photo-activated antimicrobial activity of silica-Toluidine blue nanoconjugates  Polina Prokopovich C13
  O6.4. Understanding the dynamics of pyrene labelled polymers. A photophysical study  Catherine Castro MA
  O7.10. Effect of hydrocarbon chain substitution on hybrid sulfosuccinate surfactants for stabilisation water-in-CO2 microemulsions Azmi Mohamed CA
  O5.10. Surfactant-like properties of an amphiphilic a-helical peptide leading to lipid nanodisc formation  Tomohiro Imura PA
  O6.5. Solubility limits and phase diagrams for fatty acids and alcohols in anionic and zwitterionic micellar surfactant solutions  Peter A. Kralchevsky MA
  O7.11. Self-assembling properties of surfactin and its application for ion recognition nanomaterials  Toshiaki Taira CA
  O5.11. Self-Assembled Biomimetic Membrane for Water Treatment  Rona Ronen PA
  IL.C3. Polymer/surfactant aided particle deposition on surface in relation bulk solution behavior  Tommy Nylander C13
  O6.6. Low Critical Micelle Concentration (CMC) discrepancy between theory and experiment  Fabián Daza MA
  O7.12. Cyclohexane as efficiency booster for fluorinated CO2 -microemulsions: A systematic SANS contrast variation study Yvonne Pütz CA
  O5.12. Aggregative behavior of amphiphiles solutions in mixed media, with regard to stabilization of carbon nanotubes suspensions Anastasia Venediktova PA
  O6.7. Spontaneous blebbing of an oil/water interface and ordered lamellar structures observed near and apart from the interface  Hideki Seto MA
  O7.13. Design of block copolymer based micelles for active and passive targeting.  Jérôme Lebouille CA
  O5.13. Phase behavior of binary mixtures consisting of dioctadecyldimethyl-ammonium bromide and dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine Zhiwu Yu PA
  C10. Self-Assembled Structures of Polymers and Formation of Nanoparticles in Aqueous Solutions  Bo Nyström C13
  O6.8. Self-assembling of Amphiphilic Block Copolymers with Dendritic Side Chains in Water  Toyoko Imae MA
  O7.14. Magnetic solid foams obtained from highly concentrated Pickering emulsions  J. Esquena CA
  O5.14. Brush-Type pH-responsive block copolymers as nanocarriers for smart drug delivery applications  Joana Góis PA
  C11. Optical and structural characterization of zwitterionic thiophene based conjugated polyelectrolyte in aqueous micellar solutions Telma Costa C13
  O6.9. Liquid-crystals from amphiphilic hyperbranched polymers used as nanoparticles-templating Nguyen Hanh MA
  O7.15. Terahertz dynamics of water confined in reverse micelles  Hiroshi Murakami CA
  O5.15. Pseudo Gemini Surfactants Formed by Dicarboxylic Acids and Alkylamines - Diluted Solution Properties and Phase Behaviors - Hideki Sakai PA
  C12. Mechanisms and photoproducts involved in foam production starting from Vancomycin solutions exposed to laser radiation Andra Dinache C13
  O6.10. Electrokinetic properties studying of sulfidizing products  Saule Aidarova MA
  O7.16. Vegetable oil emulsions as reaction medium for triglyceride hydrolysis: finding the best emulsification conditions  Ignacio Ramirez CA
  O5.16A. Dynamic Wetting of Hydrophobic Polymers by Aqueous Surfactant and Superspreader Solutions
Xiang Wang
  C13. Hydroxybenozate´s Isomer-Specific Effect on the Micellization of DTAC: A Molecular Dynamics Simulation Jure Gujt C13
  O6.11. Effect of Surfactant on Water Sessile Drop Freezing  Alexandre Emelyanenko MA
  O7.17. AES-AE Mixed Micelles in High Salinity and Hardness: Dual AES Clear Point-Cloud Point Solubilization Behavior  Mohamed Aoudia CA
  O5.17. Association Behavior of Temperature Responsive Charged Amphiphilic Triblock Copolymer in Aqueous Solutions  Farinaz Kahnamouei PA
  C14. Fluorinated and Triblock Copolymers Liquid Crystals : Moulds for the Preparation of Mesostructured Bimodal Silica Nadia Canilho C13