The 10th International Workshop on Interfaces:Design for Performance will be held between 27-29 of April at the FEUGA Auditorium, Santiago de Compostela, Spain. 

The Scientific program  from all Keynote and Invited speakers will be available here soon, at the moment you can have a look at the previous Interfaces Workshop program.

Some of our 2020 Keynotes and Invited Speakers


Prof Richard Todd, Oxford University, UK

Flash sintering: an interfacial process for energy-efficient production of improved ceramics

Prof Peter Lee, UCL, UK

Prof Shan Jiang, Iowa State University, USA

“Interface created by a single particle – Janus particle fundamentals and applications”

Prof Sandra Shefelbine, Northeastern University, USA

Multi-scale mechanics and mechano-adaptation in bone


Prof Vikram Jayaram, Indian Institute of Science, India

“Rapid mechanical evaluation of materials using small scale bending in conjunction with in-situ strain measurements”

Prof David Kisailus, University of California, Riverside, USA

Biological Blueprints Towards Next Generation Advanced Materials

Prof Hao Bai, Zhejiang University, China

Bioinspired smart materials with multiscale architecture and multifunctionality

Prof Gerhard Dehm, Max Plank Institute, Germany

Resolving grain boundary structures and phases in Cu based alloys by advanced electron microscopy

Prof Serena Corr, Sheffield University, UK

Dr Raul Bermejo, University of Leoben, Austria

Tailoring microstructure and architecture to build layered ceramics with enhanced damage tolerance

Dr Florian Bouville, Imperial College London, UK

Processing-structure-property relationships in nacre-inspired ceramics and composites

Dr Finn Giuliani, Imperial College London, UK

Dr Ainara Aguadero, Imperial College London, UK

Dr Hortense Le Ferrand, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Microstructural designs for structural materials submitted to 3D stresses

Dr Na Ni, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

“Cr Poisoning mechanisms of (La0.6Sr0.4)0.95(Co0.2Fe0.8)O3‑δ solid oxide fuel cell cathodes at the nanoscale: effects of Temperature and Polarization

Prof Sylvain Meille, INSA Lyon, France

A simple approach to bulk nacre-like ceramics

Dr Joaquín Ramírez Rico, Seville University, Spain

Structural evolution in biomass-derived carbon materials for energy storage applications

Dr  Spark (Siyuan) Zhang, Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH, Germany

“In operando corrosion characterisation of BiVO4 nanostructures for photocatalytic water splitting”

Dr Wolfgang Rheinheimer, Purdue University, USA

From interfacial properties to controlled microstructure evolution in perovskite ceramics