Prof. Dr. Antje J. Bäumner
Universität Regensburg (Germany)Liposomes and Nanofibers for Biosensors
Prof. Lee Cronin
University of Glasgow (UK)Designing Electronically Active Metal Oxide Host-Guest Clusters
Prof. Luisa De Cola
Université de Strasbourg (France)Stimulus Responsive Containers for the Delivery of Active Components
Prof. Makoto Fujita
The University of Tokyo (Japan)Crystalline Sponge Method: Applications to Synthetic and Pharmaceutical Studies
Prof. Philip A. Gale
University of Southampton (UK)Nonprotonophoric Electrogenic Anion Transporters
Prof. Rükan Genç
Mersin University (Turkey) Functionalized Nanocarriers as Signal Enhancers and Imaging Tools
Prof. Kazunori Kataoka
The University of Tokyo (Japan)Self-Assembled Supramolecular Nanosystems for Smart Targeted Therapy of Intractable Diseases
Prof. Ramón Martínez Mañez
Universitat Politècnica de València (Spain)Functional Gated Materials for Delivery and Sensing Applications
Prof. Daniel Maspoch
Institut Català de Nanociència i Nanotecnologia (Spain)Functional Metal-Organic Frameworks: From Bulk to the Nanoscale
Prof. Tomoki Ogoshi
Kanazawa University (Japan)Pillar[n]arenes: Simple Molecular Receptors to Bulk-State Supramolecular Materials
Prof. Julius Rebek Jr.
The Scripps Research Institute (USA)Reactions in Deep Cavitands
Prof. Gary A. Reineccius
University of Minnesota (USA)Nanoparticles in the Food Industry
Prof. Jonathan L. Sessler
The University of Texas, Austin (USA)Adventures in Self-Assembly: Is There Logic Here?
Prof. Eric Simanek
Texas Christian University (USA)Dendrimers Based on Triazines: From nano-Firkins to nano-Tuns for New Materials and Medicine
Prof. Agnieszka Szumna
Polish Academy of Sciences (Poland)Chirality and Functionality – The Inherent Features of Dynamic Peptidic Containers
Prof. Vladimir P. Torchilin
Northeastern University (USA)What Functions Should Nanocontainers Carry to Become Effective Anticancer Medicines?
Prof. Jaume Veciana
Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona (Spain)Multifunctional Nanovesicles for Drug Delivery Applications
Dr. Nora Ventosa
Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona (Spain)Quatsomes: New Nanovesicles for the Design of Tailored Fluorescent Probes