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There will be around 20 Planery and Invited Talks which will precede each session.

The list of the confirmed Invited Speakers are as follows;
 
 
Speaker
Speech Title
  
Ned ALLEN
Lockheed Martin Corp.
USA
21st Century needs for new porous and powder materials: a partial survey of advanced technology needs for new multifunctional materials with controlled functional nanostructure
  
Deepak Kumar BASA
Department of Physics
Utkal University
INDIA
Nanostructured silicon carbon thin films deposited by PECVD
Product Manager
Hiden Isochema Ltd. 
UK
Characterizing the Adsorption Properties of Nanoporous Materials for Gas Storage and Separation Technology
Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
GERMANY
From the interaction between particles to the collective behavior of a powder
Adjunct Prof. of Materials Science and Engineering
Pennsylvania State University
University of Padova
ITALY
Designing porosity in polymer-derived-ceramics
Department of Chemistry
Hacettepe University
TURKEY
Importance of porous and colloidal structures in biomedical applications
Chemical Engineering Department
Middle East Technical University
TURKEY
Mesoporous materials with ordered pore structures catalytic applications
Mechanical Engineering Department
University College London
UK
Porous Media for Biomedical Processes
Advanced Membranes & Porous Materials Research Center
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
SAUDI
 ARABIA
Metal-organic frameworks from design strategies to applications
Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
Koc University
TURKEY
Nanoporous aerogels and their composites for thermal insulation applications
PANalytical B.V.
NETHERLANDS
In situ diffraction studies of gas storage materials on a laboratory X-ray diffraction system
Mining Engineering Department
Süleyman Demirel Üniversity
TURKEY
Natural porous lightweight aggregates and their industrial future
Department of Earth Sciences
Utrecht University
NETHERLANDS
Pore-scale study of two-phase flow and colloid transport in porous media
Muharrem KAPLAN
General Director
Adacal Industrial Materials
TURKEY
 To Be Announced
Group Leader, Scientific Services Group
Micromeritics Instrument Corp.
USA
Heat of adsorption for porousmaterials determined frommicro-calorimetry and traditional isosteric methods
Institute of Chemical Process Engineering (CVT)
KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
GERMANY
Coated solid sponges as high-performance catalyst packings
Department of Metallurgical Engineering
University of UTAH
USA
Prof. Miller will not be able to attend PPM2013 due to an unfortunate accident. As PPM2013 organizers we wish him a speedy reccovery
Department of Material Science
University of Talinn
ESTONIA
Photovoltaics Based on Semiconductor Powders
Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
Rutgers University
USA
Adsorption induced deformation and phase transformations of microporous and mesoporous crystals
Department of Applied Physics
Campus Universitario Sur - SPAIN
Director General, INL-International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory PORTUGAL
Changes in magnetic properties from particles to atomic clusters
Institute for Materials and Processes 
University of Edinburgh
UNITED KINGDOM
Computational structure characterization tools for the era of material ınformatics
Director, Applied Science
Quantachrome Corp.
USA
Physical adsorption characterization of nanoporous materials : progress and challenges
Department of Chemical Engineering 
Hacettepe University
TURKEY
Polymer based and inorganic monosized-porous beads: Synthesis and chromatographic applications
Malvern Instruments Ltd.
UNITED KINGDOM
Characterisation of powder mixtures using morphologically directed Raman spectroscopy

 





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