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51st General Assembly of the German Colloid Society - Abstract Submission

Deadline for Abstract Submission: 28.05.2022

Notification of acceptance: until 30.6.2022

Abstracts must be done using the Template that can be downloaded here (DOCX, 20 KB) and following all the instructions given there. It is important, you use the DIN A4 format. The abstracts have to be converted to a PDF file named as “Colloid_first and last name_talk/poster”, where with talk or poster you should decide in which form you would like to present your research topic (of course, the number of talks is limited and the organisers + advisory board will make a selection).  

This PDF of the abstract then shall be submitted with email reference “Colloid_first and last name_talk/poster” to:

In the email you should also indicate the Topic to which you would like to have your contribution be assigned to (for Topics refer to the list given below).

It shall be noted that from the contributed talks we will also select a number of particularly interesting contributions to become promoted to a keynote talk (25 + 5 min), which would then allow you to present your research in broader and more comprehensive fashion.

This should especially be an excellent option for your researchers to gain more visibility but no particular restrictions regarding scientific age will be applied here.

Topics according to which the abstracts should be grouped:

  • Surfactant Science, Membranes, Foams, Microemulsions, Emulsions
  • Amphiphilic Copolymers
  • Polyelectrolytes
  • Hydrogels
  • Nanoparticles and Supracolloidal Assemblies
  • Responsive Colloids
  • Characterisation of Colloidal Systems
  • Theory and Modelling of Colloids and Interfaces
  • Sustainable Formulations and Colloidal Systems
  • Microplastic
  • Applications of Colloidal Systems
  • Wetting Phenomena
  • Functional Interfaces



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