Program

The Program can be viewed below:

Workshop Program Accepted Posters

The posters will be displayed on standard vertical poster boards of 36 inches (width) x 48 inches (height)



Keynote Lectures
  • In-situ synchrotron X-ray diffraction upon gas adsorption and release for exploring unusual adsorption features in porous materials
  • Conchi Ania, CEMHTI/CNRS, France
  • New types of nanoporous biomaterials
  • Peter Behrens, University of Hanover, Germany
  • Structural characterization of complex fluids in tubular nanopores
  • Gerhard Findenegg, Technical University - Berlin, Germany
  • Forced intrusion of water and aqueous solutions in nanoporous materials
  • Alain Fuchs, PSL University - Paris, France
  • Compression and high pressure effects in adsorbed films
  • Keith Gubbins, North Carolina State University, USA
  • Nanoconfinement mediated materials/adsorption engineering
  • Katsumi Kaneko, Shinshu University Japan
  • Cooperative adsorption and gas separations in metal-organic frameworks
  • Jeffrey Long, University of California - Berkeley, USA
  • Modeling dynamics of confined fluids: from adsorption to membrane separations
  • Peter Monson, University of Massachusetts - Amherst, USA
  • Assessing adsorption induced deformation of nanoporous materials with X-ray and neutron scattering
  • Oskar Paris, University of Leoben, Austria
Invited Talks
  • New SAPO-based nanoporous materials and some potential applications
  • Robert Bedard, Honeywell UOP
  • Porosimetry: applications and challenges in fluid catalytic cracking
  • Christian Canlas, W. R. Grace & Co.
  • From molecular sieves to industrial catalysts: the past, present and future in Total
  • Nikolai Nesterenko, Total Research and Technology Feluy (TRTF)
  • Kerogen-hosted porosity: controls on storage and transport in gas shale
  • Drew Pommerantz, Schlumberger-Doll Research


  • Questions? Please Contact cpm8.organizers@soe.rutgers.edu