European Colloid and Interface Society

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European Colloid and Interface Society

European colloid and interface society is non-profit organization. The main aim is to advance colloid and interface science and to promote cooperation between European scientists and young scientists. In 1987 the first conference of this society was scheduled. In the field of colloid and interface science they organize the annual congress.  For the research students they organize the conferences in each two years. They also recognize and promoting the excellence award in this field. They acknowledge excellent careers in and inspiring contributions to the field of colloid and interface science, original scientific work of outstanding quality and top level scientific activity of young researchers in the field of colloid and interface science. They consist of President of the Society, the Vice President and the Past President. Every second year, a Vice President is elected to the Board at the General Assembly during the annual ECIS conference. Service on the Board is for 6 years. In the first two years, service is as Vice President; in the next two years as President; and in the final two years as Past President. They organize conferences to provide a platform biologists, chemists, physicists, and engineers to a single platform to converge their expertise and ideas in the interdisciplinary field of colloidal and interface science. The conferences covered the topics includes Micro- and nano-engineered materials and devices formed by naturally occurring or synthesized elements: surfactants, polymers, proteins, particles, Interfaces, Dispersed systems, Complex fluids etc. ECIS cooperate with existing national societies in  Europe and other international organizations.

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