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Preliminary Programme

TRAINING WORKSHOP - INTERFACES IN NANOCOMPOSITES: WHAT CAN BE LEARNED FROM CONVENTIONAL FIBER-BASED COMPOSITES ? From Interface Chemistry to Micromechanics

LECTURERS
- J.F. GERARD (IMP CNRS Lyon) - Interfaces and Interphases in Nanocomposites and Conventional Fiber-Based Composites: General Introduction
- J. KENNY (CSIC Madrid - INSTM Perugia) - Carbon nanotubes and graphenes : From structure to surface functionalization
- A. DUFRESNE (PAGORA Grenoble) - Polysaccharide nanofillers
- E. MAEDER (IPF Dresden) - Functional interphases in fiber-based composites and their characterization
- C. GALIOTIS (FORTH-ICEHT Patras) - Interface micromechanics - (Micro) Raman spectroscopy: From carbon or aramid fibers to CNT and graphene-based systems
- H.D. WAGNER (Weizmann Institute Rehovot IsraŽl) - Interface micromechanics - From microbond test applied to fiber-based systems to CNT nanocomposite interfaces
- E. DUPUPET (SOFICAR - TORAY Co ) - Carbon fibers: Synthesis, surface modifications, and related composite materials
- M. CLAES (Nanocyl Co. ) to be confirmed - Carbon Nanotubes : Production and review of industrial applications
- Speaker to be defined - Glass fibers: From spinning to related composite materials
- L. GUY (Rhodia / Solvay Co. ) - Silica nanofillers and silica surface modifications: Consequences on processing and properties
- S. THOMAS (University Kottayam, Kerala, India) - Natural fibers and related composites, Influence of interfaces on nanocomposite and fiber-based composite processing