History of Australia–Japan

Colloid Symposia

This approximately biennial symposium was run at alternating Australian & Japanese locations from 1992 to 2013. It was a joint venture of the Colloid and Surface Science Divisions of the RACI and the Chemical Society of Japan.

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History of the Australia Japan Colloids Symposia

No.

Location

Dates

Delegates

Umbrella meeting

17

Virtual (Hosted in Australia)

17th-18th Sept 2020

16

Asahikawa, Japan

22nd-24th Sept 2016

25 Japanese

10 Australians

(28 others)

67th Divisional meeting on Colloid and Surface Chemistry (Chem. Soc. Japan)

14

Siem Reap Cambodia

15th-19th Nov 2015

30 Japanese

19 Australians

(14 others)

Western Pacific Colloids  WPC2015

13

Nagoya Japan

18th-20th Sept 2013

12

Cairns, Australia

21 to 23 Nov 2011

 

 

11

Chiba, Japan

19-22 Sept 2010

 

63rd Divisional meeting on Colloid and Surface Chemistry, the Chemical Society of Japan

10

Adelaide, Australia

1-3 Feb 2009

 

Australian Colloid and Interface Symposium 2009 (ACIS2009)

9

Matsumoto, Japan

19-23 Sept 2007

35 Japanese
16 Australian

60th Divisional meeting on Colloid
and Surface Chemistry, the Chemical Society of Japan.

8

Terrigal, Australia

27-30 Nov 2005

30 Japanese
34 Australian
2 UK delegates

 

7

Ube, Japan

8-11 Sept 2004

110 Japanese

15 Australian

57th Divisional meeting on Colloid and Surface Chemistry (Chem. Soc. Japan)

6

Sydney, Australia

16-17 Feb 2003

15 Japanese

75 Australian

Australian Colloid and Interface Symposium 2003 (RACI)

5

Kyushu University, Japan

13-15 July 1998

110 Japanese

22 Australian

 

4

Sorrento (near Melbourne), Australia

April 1996

 

3

Kyushu University, Japan

October 1994

50 Japanese

20 Australian

 

2

Sorrento (near Melbourne), Australia

December 1992

12 Japanese

40 Australian

8 from USA&Europe

 

1

Kyushu University, Japan

May 1992

60 Japanese

10 Australian



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