Posted in Events     |     May 10th 2024

Highlighting Innovation: Darren Broom’s Upcoming Presentation at CPM 9

We are excited to announce that Darren Broom from Hiden Isochema will be participating in the upcoming 9th International Workshop on “Characterization of Porous Materials: from Angstroms to Millimeters (CPM 9) set to take place from May 19 to 22, 2024, in Delray Beach, USA. This event promises to be a significant gathering of experts and researchers in the field of porous media, offering a comprehensive overview of the latest advances and techniques.

Darren is set to contribute to the conference, not only by attending but also by presenting a poster during the dedicated session scheduled for Monday, May 20, 2024, from 4:30 PM to 7:30 PM EDT. His poster is titled “Improving the Robustness and Reproducibility of Gas Adsorption Isotherm Measurements on Nanoporous Materials”

The CPM 9 will cover a wide array of topics critical to the advancement of porous media science. Among the key topics to be discussed are:

  • Molecular Thermodynamics of Fluids in Pores
  • Adsorption and Capillary Phenomena
  • Intermolecular Interactions in Porous Confinements
  • Applications of Computer Simulations and Density Functional Theory
  • Energetic Heterogeneity of Surfaces
  • Fractal Characterization of Disordered Structures
  • Techniques like Adsorption Porosimetry, Mercury Porosimetry, and Chromatographic Characterization

Special sessions will focus on cutting-edge areas such as novel nanoporous materials, computational design of novel adsorbents, and in-situ monitoring techniques. These discussions are aimed at fostering a deeper understanding and developing practical solutions for industrial applications.

Join us at the event!

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