AAM2019 will bring up the dialogue on how the knowledge on biological bonding principles and mechanisms is transferred to design of synthetic hybrid and multi-response materials with new chemistry and architectures to understand and target adhesion properties in wet environments. In addition, aspects of testing and modelling of underwater adhesion as well as material design for biomedical and technological applications will be in focus.
Biological adhesive systems in wet environment
Understanding of natural systems
Novel chemistries and structures
Biological and biomimetic interfaces
Thin films and nanostructures
Hydrogels with reversible sacrificial bonds
Organic / inorganic hybrid systems
Mechanisms and modelling of underwater adhesion
Novel tools & methods for adhesion testing
Mechanics of soft interfaces
Rheology & adhesion
Transport phenomena through interfaces
Applications and materials design in wet environment
Biomedical adhesives and clinical applications
Surface contamination (biofouling, insects & ice)
Underwater attachment systems, robotics
Additive manufacturing of hydrogels
Adhesives on wet surfaces
Information on participating / attending:
Abstracts for contributions (talks, posters) may be submitted by April 1, 2019
Registration necessary, fees will bei announced at the website (reduced fees for students)
Reduced early-bird fees valid till July 1, 2019
09/09/2019 - 09/12/2019
An der Frauenkirche 5
Scientists and scholars
Chemistry, Materials sciences, Physics / astronomy
Types of events:
Conference / symposium / (annual) conference
Event is free:
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URL of this event: http://idw-online.de/en/event62249
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