10/09/2015 a 11/09/2015
Guimarães Univ. do Minho
Photocatalytic and superhydrophilic materials for applications in self-cleaning windows, anti-fogging lenses, antimicrobial surfaces, water-splitting and air purification has gained considerable interest throughout the past two decades, with industrial and academic R&D being undertaken. Despite more than 200,000 publications on the foremost photocatalyst, TiO2, there are a multitude of production and testing techniques employed, often resulting in conflicting results and claims. Opportunities to discuss these issues in a multi-disciplinary environment are limited to this 2 day Photocatalytic and Superhydrophilic Surfaces Workshop - PSS2015, which aims to address this by bringing together product end users with academics, industrialists and health professionals from across this field. This is the third workshop in this series.
A list of Invited Speakers is already confirmed on the PSS2015 website.
Abstract submission deadline: June 30