ISHHC18

Sunday, 22 July 2018 to Wednesday, 25 July 2018 from 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM

ICC Sydney, Sydney, Australia

 

Conference Theme:- Catalysis at the Interfaces of Nanodomains

Streams and Themes

Synthesise
  • Control at the nanoscale
  • Designed interfaces
  • Compartmentalisation/Hybrid Approaches

Apply and Interogate

  • Performance
  • Study of dynamic transformations of nanodomains
Compute
  • Structures
  • Dynamics
  • Predictions 
Advance tools for catalysis
  • Imaging and Mapping
  • Separation & Analysis Technology 

 

Program Schedule

 

Supporting activities

Satellite meeting - Australian symposium on Computationally Enhanced Materials Design - ACEMD18 23-25 July 2018.

Catalysis (Thermal, Electro, Photo, Bio)

  • Energy harvesting, storage and conversion
  • Composite materials
  • Graphene and non-graphene 2D materials
  • Electronic, optical and magnetic materials
  • Topological materials 

Soft matter simulations

  • Computational Pharmaceutics and Drug delivery
  • Self-assembly phenomena
  • Data-driven approaches and machine learning for materials design.
  • Algorithm and methods development
  • Ferroelectrics

Workshops post meeting

Australia is a long way to travel and to make the trip more cost effective two related workshops are being organised following on from ISHHC18:-


Advancement and Prospect of Catalysis Science & Technology on 25-27 July 2018 at the University of Sydney supported by ACS Catalysis. The topics are catalysis for energy and environment, green catalysis and process, photo/electro catalysis, nanocatalysts. There will be early career sessions with ACS Catal editor’s dialogs and prizes for the outstanding ECR speakers. Some of confirmed speakers: Bruce Gates, Chris Jones, Takashi Tatsumi, Akira Fujishima, Ryong Ryoo, Yong Wang (PNNL), Ye Wangat


Introduction to machine learning in materials science on 26th July 2018 at the UNSW Kensington campas in Sydney. The topics are introduction and overview of machine learning theories, Python data analytics and nano materials modelling.