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Adnan Ali Gauhar Qatar Environment & Energy Research Institute, Qatar
Modes of Electrohydrodynamic Inkjet Printing for Different Applications: Atomization, Patterning and Spinning

Ana Ves-Losada National University of La Plata, Argentine
Nuclear Lipid droplets are a dynamic cellular organelle

Christoph Weber Harvard University, USA
Positioning of droplets in concentration gradients

Dilip Chate Metropolitan Air quality and weather services IITM, India
Collision, coalescence and dynamics of freely falling droplets in the atmosphere

Fredrik Innings, Lund University, Sweden
Drop properties in the near nozzle section of a high pressure hollow cone spray

Hideki Tanaka Chuo University, Japan
Oxidation resistance and control of reactivity for oxide-free copper nanoparticles synthesized by photoreduction

Hoang-Thanh Nguyen INRA, France
Studying the real-time interplay between triglyceride digestion and bioaccessibility of lipophilic micronutrients using droplet-based microfluidics

Huizeng Li Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Droplet impact on heterogeneous substrate

Ian Shou-Yin Yang National Formosa University, Taiwan
Spray and Droplet combustion on bio-oil multicomponent fuel

Jianhong Xu Tsinghua University, China
Droplet-based Microfluidics for Smart Emulsions and Functional Microparticles

Jiuzhou Zhao Institute of Metal Research,Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Microstructure formation in a drop of immiscible alloys

Jun Zou Zhejiang University, China
Water droplets bouncing off textured hydrophobic surfaces

Jun-ya Kohno Gakushuin University, Japan

Kazunari Yoshida Yamagata University, Japan
Effect of chemical compounds on artificial cell models

Ken Yamamoto Tokyo University of Science, Japan
On wetting of superhydrophobic surfaces by the droplet impact

Lazhar Benyahia Université du Maine 1, France
Universal retraction behavior of a single droplet

Mahsa Ebrahim Villanova University, USA

Masami Kageshima Osaka Electro-Communication University, Japan
Nanospace fluids under minimal amplitude shear

Masamichi Kohno Kyushu University, Japan
Behavior of micro water droplet impinging onto hot metal surface

Masanori KIKUCHI Bioceramics Group, Research Center for Functional Materials, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
Hydroxyapatite/collagen nanocomposite paste for additive manufacturing of scaffold

Nida Sheibat-Othman Chargée de recherche CNRS (CR1), France
Modeling and predicting the stability of double emulsions

Noriko Akutsu Osaka Electro-Communication University, Japan
Step droplets on a crystal surface with properties similar to one-dimensional clusters

Nurit Argov-Argaman Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
The involvement of lipid synthesis pathways in the regulation of milk fat globule size

Peter Yunker University of Pennsylvania, USA
Life in the coffee-ring: how droplet evaporation can determine the outcome of inter-bacterial competition

Pingsheng Liu Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Isolation and Construction of Lipid Droplets

Piotr M. Korczyk Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
Droplet microfluidics with embedded logic operations

Quoc Vo Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Contact Line Friction of Electrowetting Actuated Viscous Droplets

Shawn A. Putnam University of Central Florida, USA
Droplet and the three-phase interface for heat and mass transport

Thomas G. Mason UCLA, USA
Internally structured multi-compartment nanodroplets by fusion processing

Tran Anh Tuan Nanyang Technological University ,Singapore
Universality of oscillating boiling in Leidenfrost transition

Yoshimune Nonomura Yamagata University, Japan
Penetration Behavior of a Water Droplet into a Cylindrical Hydrophobic Pore

Yoshinori JINBO National Center for Theoretical Sciences, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
A Remark on Gas Flow during the Very Early Stage of Droplet Impact: Numerical Analysis of Gas Flow in a Suddenly Moving Corner

Yukishige Kondo Tokyo University of Science, Japan
Active Demulsification Using Photo-responsive Surfactants