Session 18. Bioinspired Interfacial Materials and Devices


Bioinspired interfacial materials have attracted rapidly growing interests in both fundamental nanoscience research and practical applications due to their fantastic structures and excellent chemical and physical properties. This sub-conference aims to highlight breakthroughs, progress, and challenges in the synthesis, structures, processing, and assembly of bioinspired interfacial materials and devices, their chemical and physical properties, and their potential applications.

Sub-conference topics include but not limited to:
Bioinspired interfacial materials; superwettability materials; bioinspired smart responsive materials; bioinspired 1D fiber/2D film/3D bulk materials; bioinspired materials with intelligent properties including electrical, thermal conductive and mechanical properties, etc. Bioinspired devices including actuator, sensor, artificial muscle, etc.