scientific program

PLENARY SPEAKERS

T. Sasaki (NIMS Tsukuba, Japan)
"Nanoarchitectonics with 2D oxide and hydroxide nanosheets"

P. Schmuki (University of Erlangen, Germany)
"Self-organized oxide- nanotube arrays: Formation, Properties, Applications"

R. Fischer (TUM, München, Germany)
"Low-dimensional composite materials derived from MOFs - a perspective"

F. Schüth (Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim, Germany)
"Templating approaches for the synthesis of low-dimensional materials"

A. Rogach (City University of Hong Kong, Hongkong)
"Colloidal nanostructures for light generation"

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

M. Otyepka (University of Olomouc, Czech Republic)
"Chemistry of Fluorographene: Efficient Way Towards New Graphene Derivatives"

P. Jelinek (Institute of Physics, Prague, Czech Republic)
"Tuning molecules with substitutionally doped graphene"

M. Hartmann (University of Erlangen, Germany)
"Low-dimensional materials in catalysis - Reduction of diffusion limitations or improvement of accessibility"

M. Opanasenko (Faculty of Science, Prague, Czech Republic)
"Hybrid materials from zeolite nanolayers: control of structure, porosity and functionality"

W.J. Roth (Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland)
"Zeolites as a continuum of 2- and 3-dimensional structures. Implications for low dimensional solids"

M. Mazur (Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic)
"Zeolites as a continuum of 2- and 3-dimensional structures. Implications for low dimensional solids"