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Symposium CN
Geopolymers, Inorganic Polymers and Sustainable Materials

Convener:
Waltraud M. KRIVEN, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

Members:
Cengiz BAGCI, Hitit University, Turkey
Christopher CHEESEMAN, Imperial College London, UK
Joseph DAVIDOVITS, Geopolymer Institute, France
Katja DOMBROWSKI-DAUBE, Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany
Gregor GLUTH, BAM, Germany
Pavel KRIVENKO, Kyiv Nat. Univ. of Construction and Architecture, Ukraine
Cristina LEONELLI, Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italy
Zongjin LI, The Hong Kong University of Sci.& Tech., China
Kenneth J.D. MacKENZIE, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Angel PALOMO SANCHEZ, Instituto Eduardo Torroja (CSIC), Spain
John PROVIS, Sheffield University, UK
Sylvie ROSSIGNOL, ENSCI, France
Dong-Kyun (Don) SEO, Arizona State University, USA
Caijun SHI, Hunan University, China
Arie VAN RIESSEN, Curtin University of Technology, Australia
Wanchai YODSUDJAI, Kasetsart University, Thailand
Mohammad ALZEER, Oulu Universit,y Finland
Cengiz BAGCI, Hitit University, Turkey
Enrico BERNARDO, University of Padova, Italy
Maria Chiara BIGNOZZI, Università di Bologna, Italy
Francisco A. CORPAS IGLESIAS, University of Jaén, Spain
Vilma DUCMAN, ZAG Ljubljana, Slovenia
Mahroo FALAH, Oulu University, Finland
Ana FERNÁNDEZ-JIMÉNEZ, IETCC - CSIC, Spain
Ines GARCÍA-LODEIRO, IETCC - CSIC, Spain
Waltraud M. KRIVEN, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
David LAMBERTIN, CEA - Centre d'Etudes de Marcoule, France
Cristina LEONELLI, Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italy
Rui M. NOVAIS, University of Aveiro, Portugal
Elettra PAPA, ISTEC - CNR, Italy
Yiannis PONTIKES, KU Leuven, Belgium
Arnaud POULESQUEN, CEA - Centre d'Etudes de Marcoule, France
Sylvie ROSSIGNOL, IRCER, France
Caijun SHI, Hunan University, China
Isabel SOBRADOS, ICMM – CSIC, Spain
Nathalie TEXIER MANDOKI, ANDRA, France
Brant WALKLEY, University of Sheffield, UK
 
Refractory inorganic polymers can be made at ambient temperatures and pressures. These materials include alumino-silicates or “geopolymers”, phosphates and other chemically bonded inorganic compounds. The use of waste products such as fly ash or slag, or components derived from biological materials as starting compounds or as reinforcements in composites demonstrates the eco-friendly and sustainable nature of these materials. Novel potential applications of such composites include fire and corrosion resistant materials, infrastructure and construction materials, thermal insulation, porous materials, structural ceramic composites containing ceramic, metal or biological reinforcements, hydrogen storage, liquid and water purification, porous materials for CO2 sequestration.
 
Main proposed matters for discussion:
 
Synthesis, processing microstructure
Mechanical properties, thermal shock resistance
Other inorganic analogues
Composites
Conversion to ceramics
Waste encapsulation
Infrastructure and construction materials
Coatings (fire resistant, corrosion resistant)
Novel applications
Alkali activated cements
Sustainable materials
Session Topics

CN-1 Processing and Microstructure

CN-2 Properties

CN-3 Structural and Functional Applications

CN-4 Definitions of geopolymers and alkali activated materials

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