- XIII International Conference “Solvation and complex formation in solutions”
- X International Conference “Kinetics and mechanism of crystallization”
- International Symposium “Smart materials”
- Young scientists Summer School “Modeling of smart materials”

July 1-6, 2018, Suzdal, Russia

Conference program

Official languages of the Conference: English and Russian.

The cluster includes the reports of the invited lecturers (for all the participants of the Conference Cluster), plenary and section reports, poster presentations, exhibition of devices, equipment, products, presentations of sponsoring firms.


1. Prof. I. Abdulagatov (Russia, Makhachkala) Critical phenomena in nanofluids
2. Corr-member of the RAS I. S. Antipin (A.E. Arbuzov Institute of Organic and Physical Chemistry, Kazan Scientific Center, RAS, Kazan) Thiacalix[4]arenes derivatives:a scaffold for supramolecular systems design
3. Prof. M. Bešter Rogač (Slovenia, University Ljubljana) Ionic liquids: Simple or complex electrolytes?
4. Prof. N. Brilliantov (UK, University of Leicester) Confomational behavior of free, loaded and field-affected polyelectrolyte chains
5. Prof. R. Buchner (Germany, Bavaria, Regensburg University) Cooperative dynamics of ionic liquids and their mixtures with polar solvents
6. Prof. G. Gor (US, New Jersey Institute of Technology) Mechanical Effects of Fluids Adsorption in Nanoporous Materials
7. Prof. A. Idrissi (France, Lille University) Microscopic Structure and Dynamics in Mixtures of Imidazolium-Based Ionic Liquids with Polar Aprotic Solvents: NMR, Raman Spectroscopy and Molecular Modeling
8. Prof. A. Kalinichev (France, Institut Mines-Télécom Atlantique) Atomistic computational modeling of aqueous fluids confined in natural and synthetic nanostructured materials related for energy, environmental, and geochemical applications
9. Prof. A. Kornyshev (UK, London, Imperial College) The new world of electrochemical metamaterials (electrooptical and electromechanical)
10. Prof. E. Kramarenko (Russia, M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University) Highly responsive magnetoactive elastomers: from synthesis to physical properties and applications
11. Prof. T. Lu (China, Tianjin University of Technology) Improving the physicochemical properties of solid-state drugs via pharmaceutical cocrystals
12. Prof. X. Mei (China, Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica, Chinese Academy of Sciences) Taming drug stability challenges through cocrystallization
13. Prof. S. Noskov (Canada, Calgary University) Kinetics and solvation of biomolecules in nanopores
14. Prof. M. Presselt (Germany, Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology) Supra-Molecular Structures of Amphiphilic Dyes for PhotoChemical and PhotoPhysical Applications
15. Prof. I. Scheblykin (Sweden, Lund University) Probing of molecular organization in polymers and aggregates by optical spectroscopy and microscopy
16. Prof. T. Timofeeva (US, New Mexico Highlands University) to be announced
17. Prof. A. Victorov (Russia, St-Petersburg State University) Molecular thermodynamic tools for engineering soft smart materials
18. Prof. A. Vishnyakov (Russia, Skoltech) Soft-core approach to modeling morphology and transport in proton exchange polyelectrolyte membranes

The plenary, section and poster sessions will contain:
Invited lectures (45 min)
Plenary presentations (30 min)
Oral presentations (15 min)

Poster presentation formatting guidelines:
The size of the stand for placing the poster: width: 70 cm, height: 145 cm.