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  • 29 Apr 2019 2:43 PM | Boon Teo

    The Foams & Complexity group at the School of Physics, Trinity College Dublin is advertising a postdoctoral position for an experimental researcher in the area of complex fluids. For more information, please visit the website

  • 22 Apr 2019 3:18 PM | Boon Teo

    ECIS 2019, the 33rd Conference of the European Colloid and Interface Society, will be held at the campus of KU Leuven in Belgium from 8-13 September 2019. Abstract submission is now open and deadline for submission is 30th April 2019. For more information, please visit the website

  • 26 Mar 2019 3:49 PM | Boon Teo

    The international polymer colloids group (IPCG) conference aims to bring together the world's leading research to exchange the latest developments in the area of polymer colloids science, as well as discuss new directions and future challenges. Abstract submission is now open and more information can be found on the website: 

  • 26 Feb 2019 5:41 PM | Boon Teo

    Dear Colleagues,

    On behalf of the organizing committee, I am pleased to announce that we are now accepting abstracts for Okinawa Colloids 2019.
    Okinawa Colloids 2019 is an international conference on colloid & surface science celebrating the 70th anniversary of The Meeting of The Division of Colloid and Surface Chemistry, The Chemical Society of Japan, which will be held from November 3 to 8, 2019.
    Abstract submission can be made via the conference website,

  • 25 Feb 2019 8:55 PM | Boon Teo

    Dear colleague,

    Now, it is already time you or your student to register for participation in the 
    17th European Student Colloid Conference
    , which will be held in Varna (Bulgaria) from 18-22 June 2019.
    ESC2019 is a part of the activities of the European Colloid and interface Society

    Guidelines for abstract submission
     are available on the ESC2019 website.

    Important dates:
    >> March 30, 2019 - Deadline for abstract submission

    >> April 12, 2019 - Notification of acceptance deadline
    >> April 30, 2019 - Early bird registration deadline
    >> May 3, 2019 - Hotel booking discount d
    >> May 31, 2019 - Bursary travel application deadline
    >> June 3, 2019 - Regular registration deadline

    Abstracts that cover one or more of the following topics are welcomed:

    >> Surfactants, micelles and self-assembly
    >> Interfacial phenomena and adsorption
    >> Surface forces, liquid films, interactions in colloids 
    >> Colloidal dispersions, foams, emulsions, suspensions 
    >> Polymer solutions, gels and phase behavior 
    >> Theoretical modeling and computer simulations of colloids 
    >> Biomedical aspects of colloids

    >> Two awards for best oral presentations (350 EUR each) sponsored by Langmuir
    >> Four awards for best posters (250 EUR each) sponsored by Elsevier
    >> An award of Krüss (250 EUR) for best presentation on 
    Interfacial Phenomena and Adsorption

    Travel bursaries sponsored by ECIS and Krüss:
    >> Only for persons from EU universities or institutes; 
    >> Up to 250 euros; 
    >> In order to be considered for a bursary, please complete the application form (
    Template file).

    Flights to Varna
    Direct flights to Varna are served by the companies Bulgaria Air; Austrian Airlines; Turkish Airlines, and Wizz Air.
    Another convenient option is connect flight to Varna via Sofia: Sofia is accessible by flights from most European airports; 
    next, take a flight Sofia-Varna (50 min). 
    There are also charters to Varna served by BH Air; Corendon Airlines; Israir Airlines; S7 Airlines, etc.

    Click here to register and submit your abstract

    We look forward to receiving your or your student’s contribution!

    With best regards,

    Your ESC 2019 organizers 

    Senior academic host:
    Prof. Peter Kralchevsky

  • 24 Jan 2019 12:12 PM | Boon Teo

    Please see below a link to a 2 postdoc positions at the Department for Functional Materials in Medicine and Dentistry (fmz) at the University of Würzburg, Germany.

    These are two positions for polymer chemists (polymer synthesis, formulation/hydrogels) and 3D Bioprinting (Bioink Development). Please email in your application by 28 February 2019 to Prof  Jürgen Groll.

  • 18 Dec 2018 3:59 PM | Anonymous

    Please see below a link to a postdoc position in the School of Chemical Engineering at the University of Queensland, Australia.

    This is to undertake predominantly experimental research on the Australian Research Council Discovery Project “Multiscale viscoelastic lubrication of soft matter systems” , led by Professor Jason Stokes and Dr Gleb Yakubov.


    The role:

    The Project aims to develop new principles of viscoelastic lubrication in soft contacts. New insights into friction behaviour arising from complex fluid-substrate interactions are expected to be generated using techniques and interdisciplinary approaches that bridge rheology, tribology and surface science. The intended outcome is a phenomenological lubrication model that interprets the contribution of viscoelastic effects occurring across multiple length and time scales. This should provide significant benefits to diverse fields including advanced materials and complex fluids, engineering tribology, biolubrication and food structure design.  The scaling models discovered in the project will enable a transformational ability to interpret the many studies currently utilising soft tribology, including those in biotribology for biomedical applications and in food engineering where it is emerging as a design tool to create innovative consumer acceptable foods. Outputs will enhance innovation and growth in these and other fields for societal benefits (health, nutrition, well-being) and significantly advance the knowledge base. 


    The person:

    Applicants should possess qualifications in relevant disciplines. You should also have demonstrated capability to undertake research in areas aligned to the project such as rheology, tribology and surface science with knowledge on complex fluids and soft matter systems; ability to mentor or supervise research students; ability to work collaboratively with colleagues; high level communication skills and a passion for academic activities including research.  The person will directly report to Professor Jason Stokes in the School of Chemical Engineering.

    Applications are due 16th January 2019 and we are looking for applicants who would be in a position to start early 2019.  Applicants should apply via the link provided. 



    Jason Stokes & Gleb Yakubov

  • 01 Aug 2018 10:34 AM | Anonymous

    RMIT is currently advertising research fellowships from postdoctoral to senior level. They cover all fields, but we have a number of groups working in soft matter, colloids, self assembly, biological physics, and related areas, and would love some applicants in these areas. Note the more senior positions are female only this round.

    * Vice-Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellowships (3 years, postdoctoral salary, $10,000 pa research support). open to people who have completed a PhD within the last five years, or are expected to have completed a PhD by 5 November 2018.
    * Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellowship (4 years, Academic level B, $20,000 pa research support). Female applicants only this round.
    * Vice-Chancellor’s Senior Research Fellowship (4 years, Academic level C, $20,000 pa research support). Female applicants only this round.

    Applications are now open and close on 19 August 2018

    For further information:

  • 22 Jul 2018 9:25 AM | Anonymous

    The next Asian Society for Colloid and Surface Science (ASCASS) conference, the 8th Asian Conference on Colloid and Interface Science (ACCIS 2019), is to be held in Kathmandu, Nepal, Sept 24-28, 2019.

    For more details visit: 

  • 23 May 2018 10:33 AM | Anonymous

    Are you an early- and mid-career researcher working in material science? Are you interested in events in the field of advanced materials that offer valuable engagement opportunities with peers and industry?

    The Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia) through the Australian Academy of Science is offering a number of Emerging Researchers Mobility Grants to support a diversity of early- and mid-career researchers (EMCRs) to attend International Conference for Young Researchers on Advanced Materials (ICYRAM) in Adelaide.

    The Mobility Grants are designed to offset the expenses associated with attending ICYRAM 2018 for those EMCRs who may not be able to attend this event without support and/or people from traditionally underrepresented demographics.

    ICYRAM will run from 4 - 8 November 2018 at the Adelaide Convention Centre and is targeted for EMCRs working in materials science, engineering, and related disciplines. The conference aims to give all the researchers from around the world the opportunity to engage and network with peers and industry in the field of advanced materials.

    Visit the Emerging Researchers Mobility Grant page for more information about this opportunity. 


    Applications close on Monday 18 June at 5pm (AEST).


    If you have any questions about the grants please contact us at


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