Program IGC Symposium 2012 in Paris, France


Dr. Henri Balard Adscientis Wittelsheim, France
Introduction to Inverse Gas Chromatography analysis 

Prof. András Dallos University of Pannonia, Hungary
Surface characterizations of composite additives by SMS Surface Energy Analyser

Dr. Marc Airiau Rhodia Aubervilliers, France
Characterization of mesoporous support and fillers by Inverse Gas Chromatography

Dr. Jiyi Khoo Surface Measurement Systems Ltd. UK.
Use of surface energy heterogeneity to relate the effect of surface modification to powder flow properties


Dr. Rachel Calvet École des Mines d’Albi-Carmaux, France
The IGC, a technique to assess the influence of processes like grinding or coating, or relative humidity on surface properties of divided solids

Prof. Jocelyne Brendlé Institut de Sciences des Matériaux de Mulhouse, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Mulhouse, France
Clay-polymer nanocomposites obtained by UV curing: synthesis, characterization and properties


Prof. Marianne Graber Université de la Rochelle, France
Evaluation of lipase hydration state by IGC

Dr. Daryl Williams Imperial College London, UK.
Role of powder surface energy in the high shear wet granulation

Concluding remarks