Programme

Please note this programme is subject to change

Poster programme

     

Topic: Flowing Foams and Interfacial Rheology

P.1    

Dynamic and static behaviour of foam in a model porous media
Sian Jones, TU Delft, The Netherlands

P.2    

Surface dilatational properties  of saponins on the air-water interface
Nevena Pagureva, Sofia University, Bulgaria

     

Topic: Foam Stability: Drainage, Coarsening, Coalescence

P.3    

Surfactant transport mechanisms during foam fractionation
Ruben Rosario, University of Strathclyde, UK

P.4    

Optical expandometry: A technique to analyze expansion kinetics in foams
Eusebio Solórzano, Novadep Scientific SL, Spain

P.5
   

High resolution X-ray imaging: innovative laboratory foam studies
Eusebio Solórzano, Novadep Scientific SL, Spain 

P.6    

Mathematical modelling of bubble-scale aspects of polyurethane foaming
Pavel Ferkl, University of Chemistry and Technology Prague, Czech Republic

P.7    

Towards stable foams without stabilizing agents: drainage dynamics of free-standing thin films of copolymer melt far above the glass transition
Thibaut Gaillard, Université Paris-Sud, France

P.8    

(WITHDRAWN) Bubble reconstruction from fast X-ray tomographic images using the cellular Potts model
Gilberto Thomas, UFRGS, Brazil

P.8    

Simulations of gas diffusion through bubble walls
Gilberto Thomas, UFRGS, Brazil

P.9    

The effect of vessel wettability on the foamability of ‘ideal’ surfactants and ‘real-world’ beer heads
Christopher Hamlett, Nottingham Trent University, UK

P.10
   

Stabilisation and applications of liquid foams
Virginia Martin, Brunel University, UK

P.11    

Interactions of foam with porous materials
Abdulkadir Hussein-Sheik, Loughborough University, UK

P.12    

Coarsening processes in nanoparticle-stablised foams investigated by multispeckle DWS
F Ravera, CNR - Institute for Energetics and Interphases, Genoa Unit, Italy

     

Topic: Foam Structure and Related Packing Problems

P.13
   

Packing of bubbles and soft spheres in cylindrical confinement
Jens Winkelmann, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

P.14
   

Sedimentation of equal-volume particles and drops in capillaries – a confocal study
Sandrine Mariot, Université Paris Sud, France

P.15
   

Ultra-stable silicone emulsions analysed by X-Ray tomography
Thibaut Gaillard, Université Paris-Saclay, France

P.16    

Self assembly of micro bubbles in narrow channels
Adil Mughal, Aberystwyth University, UK

     

Topic: Foams and Particles

P.17
   

Emulsion ageing inside a foam and its influence on foam stability
Maxime Schneider, LPS, France

P.18
   

Towards transparent nano-cellular polymeric foams
Saúl Pérez-Tamarit, University of Valladolid, Spain

P.19
   

From pickering foams to porous materials: keys to crack-free 3D structuring
Monika Kovadjieva, Sofia University, Bulgaria

P.20
   

Stable and biodegradable aqueous foams for industrial or biomedical applications
Marcel Krzan, J. Haber Institute of Catalysis and Surface Chemistry PAS, Poland

     

Topic: Foams for Novel Materials

P.21
   

Does the pore size have an impact on the mechanical properties of a monodisperse, ordered polystyrene foam?
Jonas Elsing, University of Stuttgart, Germany

P.22
   

The interaction of foams and fibres
David Whyte, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

P.23
   

Morphogenesis of microcellular polystyrene foams prepared by various methods
Andra Nistor, University of Chemistry and Technology Prague, Czech Republic

P.24
   

Precipitating sodium dodecyl sulfate to create ultrastable and stimulable foams
Li Zhang, Université Paris-Saclay, France

P.25
   

Study of the mechanical behavior of synthesized elastomers from depolymerization of polyurethane foams wastes
Cristina Aguirre, Escuela Politécnica Nacional, Ecuador

P.26
   

Rheological behaviour of foamy complex fluids
François Gorlier, SIE Université Paris Est, France

     

Topic: Industrial Applications of Foams

P.27    

The effects of oil droplet size on foams stability and foamability for body and hair cleansing products
Moonsup Im, Amorepacific R&D Center, Republic of South Korea

P.28
   

Studying foams from complex fluids: FoamScan2D
Clément Honorez, Teclis Scientific, France

P.29
   

Relevant materials parameters in cushioning for EPS foams
Andrea Castiglioni, Eni Versalis spa, Italy

P.30
   

Foam morphology and thermal conductivity in EPS foams
Andrea Castiglioni, Eni Versalis spa, Italy 

P.31
   

A comparison of alcohols as foam boosters in core floods and in bulk foam tests 
Sian Jones, TU Delft, The Netherlands

P.32
   

Model cement foams
Blandine Feneuil, Navier, France 

P.33
   

Preparation and characterisation of semi-rigid polyurethane foams for application as elements of the shields for firemen
Milena Zieleniewska, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

P.34
   

Ecological firefighting foams
Joris Arnault, BioEx/University of Lyon 1, France

P.35    

Flow process conditions to control the foam properties in static mixers:  influence of the configuration and the formulation 
Catherine Loisel, ONIRIS, France

     

Topic: Physical Chemistry of Foams and Thin Liquid Films

P.36
   

On the influence of surfactant on the coarsening of aqueous foams
Dominique Langevin, Université Paris Sud, France

P.37
   

On the stability of foams made with surfactant bilayer phases
Dominique Langevin, Université Paris Sud, France

P.38
   

Foamability of ionic and non-ionic surfactants: Similarities and differences
Borislava Damyanova, Sofia University, Bulgaria

P.39
   

The organisation of surfactants at interfaces
Delphine Hannoy, Laboratoire de Physique des Solides, France

P.40
   

Electroosmosis in foams: study at the interface scale
Oriane Bonhomme, ILM - University Lyon 1, France

       
       
       
       

Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline:
    29 February 2016
  • Early registration deadline:
    17 May 2016
  • Registration deadline:
    27 June 2016