Vincent Ginis

Plenary lecture at Solvay Award Ceremony 2017

The 2017 Chemistry for the Future Solvay Prize was awarded to Professor Susumu Kitagawa for his work in developing metal organic frameworks, a new class of materials with a range of potential future applications, including the capturing of polluting gases.

I delivered a speech, titled A conversation between Einstein, Magritte and Harry Potter,  at this Solvay Prize ceremony on how interdisciplinary science is on the verge of making invisibility a reality.  Very honored to have presented at the Palais des Académies in Brussels in the presence of His Majesty King Philippe of Belgium.