notable speakers

Scientific Sessions

    • Pediatric Oncology
    • Pediatric Psychology
    • Pediatric Obesity & Nutrition
    • Pediatric Vaccines
    • Pediatric Infection & Allergy
    • Atomic structure
    • Molecular nanotechnology: a long-term view
    • electroceramic structures for new sensor applications
    • Advanced high-temperature materials
    • Kinetics
    • Thermodynamics
    • Processing
    • Properties
    • Microstructure
    • Nanostructure
    • Crystallography
    • Bonding
    • Hamiltonian dynamics
    • Atomic structure
    • Molecular nanotechnology: a long-term view
    • electroceramic structures for new sensor applications
    • Advanced high-temperature materials
    • Kinetics
    • Thermodynamics
    • Processing
    • Properties
    • Microstructure
    • Nanostructure
    • Crystallography
    • Bonding
    • Hamiltonian dynamics
    • advanced high-temperature materials
    • composite materials
    • Electrokinetic behavior of non-aqueous dispersion of ceramic nanoparticles
    • Fabrication and characterisation of microscale devices
    • The mechanism and kinetics of redox reactions in reducible composite oxides
    • Hybrid organic-inorganic macromonomers
    • Atomic structure
    • Molecular nanotechnology: a long-term view
    • electroceramic structures for new sensor applications
    • Advanced high-temperature materials
    • Kinetics
    • Thermodynamics
    • Processing
    • Properties
    • Microstructure
    • Nanostructure
    • Crystallography
    • Bonding
    • Hamiltonian dynamics
    • advanced high-temperature materials
    • composite materials
    • Electrokinetic behavior of non-aqueous dispersion of ceramic nanoparticles
    • Fabrication and characterisation of microscale devices
    • The mechanism and kinetics of redox reactions in reducible composite oxides
    • Hybrid organic-inorganic macromonomers
    • Hosphate Molecular Sieves
    • Photopolymerization
    • Catalysis
    • tissue regeneration
    • Atomic structure
    • Molecular nanotechnology: a long-term view
    • electroceramic structures for new sensor applications
    • Advanced high-temperature materials
    • Kinetics
    • Thermodynamics
    • Processing
    • Properties
    • Microstructure
    • Nanostructure
    • Crystallography
    • Bonding
    • Hamiltonian dynamics
    • advanced high-temperature materials
    • composite materials
    • Electrokinetic behavior of non-aqueous dispersion of ceramic nanoparticles
    • Fabrication and characterisation of microscale devices
    • The mechanism and kinetics of redox reactions in reducible composite oxides
    • Hybrid organic-inorganic macromonomers
    • Hosphate Molecular Sieves
    • Photopolymerization
    • Catalysis
    • tissue regeneration
    • Nanomaterials
    • Bottom-up approaches
    • Top-down approaches
    • Functional approaches
    • Biomimetic approaches
    • Speculative
    • Larger to smaller: a materials perspective
    • Simple to complex: a molecular perspective
    • Atomic structure
    • Molecular nanotechnology: a long-term view
    • electroceramic structures for new sensor applications
    • Advanced high-temperature materials
    • Kinetics
    • Thermodynamics
    • Processing
    • Properties
    • Microstructure
    • Nanostructure
    • Crystallography
    • Bonding
    • Hamiltonian dynamics
    • advanced high-temperature materials
    • composite materials
    • Electrokinetic behavior of non-aqueous dispersion of ceramic nanoparticles
    • Fabrication and characterisation of microscale devices
    • The mechanism and kinetics of redox reactions in reducible composite oxides
    • Hybrid organic-inorganic macromonomers
    • Hosphate Molecular Sieves
    • Photopolymerization
    • Catalysis
    • tissue regeneration
    • Nanomaterials
    • Bottom-up approaches
    • Top-down approaches
    • Functional approaches
    • Biomimetic approaches
    • Speculative
    • Larger to smaller: a materials perspective
    • Simple to complex: a molecular perspective
    • Biomedical Engineering
    • Biomechanics and Mechanobiology
    • Biotechnology
    • Drug Delivery and Nanomedicine
    • Mechanics of Biological Materials
    • Nanobio Applications
    • Atomic structure
    • Molecular nanotechnology: a long-term view
    • electroceramic structures for new sensor applications
    • Advanced high-temperature materials
    • Kinetics
    • Thermodynamics
    • Processing
    • Properties
    • Microstructure
    • Nanostructure
    • Crystallography
    • Bonding
    • Hamiltonian dynamics
    • advanced high-temperature materials
    • composite materials
    • Electrokinetic behavior of non-aqueous dispersion of ceramic nanoparticles
    • Fabrication and characterisation of microscale devices
    • The mechanism and kinetics of redox reactions in reducible composite oxides
    • Hybrid organic-inorganic macromonomers
    • Hosphate Molecular Sieves
    • Photopolymerization
    • Catalysis
    • tissue regeneration
    • Nanomaterials
    • Bottom-up approaches
    • Top-down approaches
    • Functional approaches
    • Biomimetic approaches
    • Speculative
    • Larger to smaller: a materials perspective
    • Simple to complex: a molecular perspective
    • Biomedical Engineering
    • Biomechanics and Mechanobiology
    • Biotechnology
    • Drug Delivery and Nanomedicine
    • Mechanics of Biological Materials
    • Nanobio Applications
    • Superhydrophobic surfaces
    • Microgels for drug delivery
    • Particles as local probes in gelling systems
    • pack large DNA molecules in small cells
    • Soft matter with biological polymers
    • Atomic structure
    • Molecular nanotechnology: a long-term view
    • electroceramic structures for new sensor applications
    • Advanced high-temperature materials
    • Kinetics
    • Thermodynamics
    • Processing
    • Properties
    • Microstructure
    • Nanostructure
    • Crystallography
    • Bonding
    • Hamiltonian dynamics
    • advanced high-temperature materials
    • composite materials
    • Electrokinetic behavior of non-aqueous dispersion of ceramic nanoparticles
    • Fabrication and characterisation of microscale devices
    • The mechanism and kinetics of redox reactions in reducible composite oxides
    • Hybrid organic-inorganic macromonomers
    • Hosphate Molecular Sieves
    • Photopolymerization
    • Catalysis
    • tissue regeneration
    • Nanomaterials
    • Bottom-up approaches
    • Top-down approaches
    • Functional approaches
    • Biomimetic approaches
    • Speculative
    • Larger to smaller: a materials perspective
    • Simple to complex: a molecular perspective
    • Biomedical Engineering
    • Biomechanics and Mechanobiology
    • Biotechnology
    • Drug Delivery and Nanomedicine
    • Mechanics of Biological Materials
    • Nanobio Applications
    • Superhydrophobic surfaces
    • Microgels for drug delivery
    • Particles as local probes in gelling systems
    • pack large DNA molecules in small cells
    • Soft matter with biological polymers
    • Novel compound semiconductor heterostructures.
    • Computational Mechanics
    • Silicon photonics
    • Quantum photonics
    • Microwave photonics
    • Photonic integrated circuits
    • Nanophotonics
    • High speed photonic and electronic devices
    • Materials characterization.
    • Surface Science
    • Atomic structure
    • Molecular nanotechnology: a long-term view
    • electroceramic structures for new sensor applications
    • Advanced high-temperature materials
    • Kinetics
    • Thermodynamics
    • Processing
    • Properties
    • Microstructure
    • Nanostructure
    • Crystallography
    • Bonding
    • Hamiltonian dynamics
    • advanced high-temperature materials
    • composite materials
    • Electrokinetic behavior of non-aqueous dispersion of ceramic nanoparticles
    • Fabrication and characterisation of microscale devices
    • The mechanism and kinetics of redox reactions in reducible composite oxides
    • Hybrid organic-inorganic macromonomers
    • Hosphate Molecular Sieves
    • Photopolymerization
    • Catalysis
    • tissue regeneration
    • Nanomaterials
    • Bottom-up approaches
    • Top-down approaches
    • Functional approaches
    • Biomimetic approaches
    • Speculative
    • Larger to smaller: a materials perspective
    • Simple to complex: a molecular perspective
    • Biomedical Engineering
    • Biomechanics and Mechanobiology
    • Biotechnology
    • Drug Delivery and Nanomedicine
    • Mechanics of Biological Materials
    • Nanobio Applications
    • Superhydrophobic surfaces
    • Microgels for drug delivery
    • Particles as local probes in gelling systems
    • pack large DNA molecules in small cells
    • Soft matter with biological polymers
    • Novel compound semiconductor heterostructures.
    • Computational Mechanics
    • Silicon photonics
    • Quantum photonics
    • Microwave photonics
    • Photonic integrated circuits
    • Nanophotonics
    • High speed photonic and electronic devices
    • Materials characterization.
    • Surface Science
    • simplicity of the inspiration
    • Biological toughening mechanisms
    • vivo detection strategies
    • biologically enabled devices
    • Atomic structure
    • Molecular nanotechnology: a long-term view
    • electroceramic structures for new sensor applications
    • Advanced high-temperature materials
    • Kinetics
    • Thermodynamics
    • Processing
    • Properties
    • Microstructure
    • Nanostructure
    • Crystallography
    • Bonding
    • Hamiltonian dynamics
    • advanced high-temperature materials
    • composite materials
    • Electrokinetic behavior of non-aqueous dispersion of ceramic nanoparticles
    • Fabrication and characterisation of microscale devices
    • The mechanism and kinetics of redox reactions in reducible composite oxides
    • Hybrid organic-inorganic macromonomers
    • Hosphate Molecular Sieves
    • Photopolymerization
    • Catalysis
    • tissue regeneration
    • Nanomaterials
    • Bottom-up approaches
    • Top-down approaches
    • Functional approaches
    • Biomimetic approaches
    • Speculative
    • Larger to smaller: a materials perspective
    • Simple to complex: a molecular perspective
    • Biomedical Engineering
    • Biomechanics and Mechanobiology
    • Biotechnology
    • Drug Delivery and Nanomedicine
    • Mechanics of Biological Materials
    • Nanobio Applications
    • Superhydrophobic surfaces
    • Microgels for drug delivery
    • Particles as local probes in gelling systems
    • pack large DNA molecules in small cells
    • Soft matter with biological polymers
    • Novel compound semiconductor heterostructures.
    • Computational Mechanics
    • Silicon photonics
    • Quantum photonics
    • Microwave photonics
    • Photonic integrated circuits
    • Nanophotonics
    • High speed photonic and electronic devices
    • Materials characterization.
    • Surface Science
    • simplicity of the inspiration
    • Biological toughening mechanisms
    • vivo detection strategies
    • biologically enabled devices
    • Green Burial
    • Widespread Composting
    • Offshore Wind Power
    • Reusable Rockets
    • Green Concrete
    • Atomic structure
    • Molecular nanotechnology: a long-term view
    • electroceramic structures for new sensor applications
    • Advanced high-temperature materials
    • Kinetics
    • Thermodynamics
    • Processing
    • Properties
    • Microstructure
    • Nanostructure
    • Crystallography
    • Bonding
    • Hamiltonian dynamics
    • advanced high-temperature materials
    • composite materials
    • Electrokinetic behavior of non-aqueous dispersion of ceramic nanoparticles
    • Fabrication and characterisation of microscale devices
    • The mechanism and kinetics of redox reactions in reducible composite oxides
    • Hybrid organic-inorganic macromonomers
    • Hosphate Molecular Sieves
    • Photopolymerization
    • Catalysis
    • tissue regeneration
    • Nanomaterials
    • Bottom-up approaches
    • Top-down approaches
    • Functional approaches
    • Biomimetic approaches
    • Speculative
    • Larger to smaller: a materials perspective
    • Simple to complex: a molecular perspective
    • Biomedical Engineering
    • Biomechanics and Mechanobiology
    • Biotechnology
    • Drug Delivery and Nanomedicine
    • Mechanics of Biological Materials
    • Nanobio Applications
    • Superhydrophobic surfaces
    • Microgels for drug delivery
    • Particles as local probes in gelling systems
    • pack large DNA molecules in small cells
    • Soft matter with biological polymers
    • Novel compound semiconductor heterostructures.
    • Computational Mechanics
    • Silicon photonics
    • Quantum photonics
    • Microwave photonics
    • Photonic integrated circuits
    • Nanophotonics
    • High speed photonic and electronic devices
    • Materials characterization.
    • Surface Science
    • simplicity of the inspiration
    • Biological toughening mechanisms
    • vivo detection strategies
    • biologically enabled devices
    • Green Burial
    • Widespread Composting
    • Offshore Wind Power
    • Reusable Rockets
    • Green Concrete
    • Battery development and energy storage
    • high-performance photovoltaics
    • Development of solid-state gas sensors.
    • Superconducting oxide/metal laminates
    • Semiconductor process modeling
    • spin-based electronics
    • Oxide film growth
    • Chemical vapor deposition of graphene
    • Atomic structure
    • Molecular nanotechnology: a long-term view
    • electroceramic structures for new sensor applications
    • Advanced high-temperature materials
    • Kinetics
    • Thermodynamics
    • Processing
    • Properties
    • Microstructure
    • Nanostructure
    • Crystallography
    • Bonding
    • Hamiltonian dynamics
    • advanced high-temperature materials
    • composite materials
    • Electrokinetic behavior of non-aqueous dispersion of ceramic nanoparticles
    • Fabrication and characterisation of microscale devices
    • The mechanism and kinetics of redox reactions in reducible composite oxides
    • Hybrid organic-inorganic macromonomers
    • Hosphate Molecular Sieves
    • Photopolymerization
    • Catalysis
    • tissue regeneration
    • Nanomaterials
    • Bottom-up approaches
    • Top-down approaches
    • Functional approaches
    • Biomimetic approaches
    • Speculative
    • Larger to smaller: a materials perspective
    • Simple to complex: a molecular perspective
    • Biomedical Engineering
    • Biomechanics and Mechanobiology
    • Biotechnology
    • Drug Delivery and Nanomedicine
    • Mechanics of Biological Materials
    • Nanobio Applications
    • Superhydrophobic surfaces
    • Microgels for drug delivery
    • Particles as local probes in gelling systems
    • pack large DNA molecules in small cells
    • Soft matter with biological polymers
    • Novel compound semiconductor heterostructures.
    • Computational Mechanics
    • Silicon photonics
    • Quantum photonics
    • Microwave photonics
    • Photonic integrated circuits
    • Nanophotonics
    • High speed photonic and electronic devices
    • Materials characterization.
    • Surface Science
    • simplicity of the inspiration
    • Biological toughening mechanisms
    • vivo detection strategies
    • biologically enabled devices
    • Green Burial
    • Widespread Composting
    • Offshore Wind Power
    • Reusable Rockets
    • Green Concrete
    • Battery development and energy storage
    • high-performance photovoltaics
    • Development of solid-state gas sensors.
    • Superconducting oxide/metal laminates
    • Semiconductor process modeling
    • spin-based electronics
    • Oxide film growth
    • Chemical vapor deposition of graphene
    • Ideal chain model
    • Real chain model
    • Cellulose
    • Synthetic materials
    • Starch
    • Atomic structure
    • Molecular nanotechnology: a long-term view
    • electroceramic structures for new sensor applications
    • Advanced high-temperature materials
    • Kinetics
    • Thermodynamics
    • Processing
    • Properties
    • Microstructure
    • Nanostructure
    • Crystallography
    • Bonding
    • Hamiltonian dynamics
    • advanced high-temperature materials
    • composite materials
    • Electrokinetic behavior of non-aqueous dispersion of ceramic nanoparticles
    • Fabrication and characterisation of microscale devices
    • The mechanism and kinetics of redox reactions in reducible composite oxides
    • Hybrid organic-inorganic macromonomers
    • Hosphate Molecular Sieves
    • Photopolymerization
    • Catalysis
    • tissue regeneration
    • Nanomaterials
    • Bottom-up approaches
    • Top-down approaches
    • Functional approaches
    • Biomimetic approaches
    • Speculative
    • Larger to smaller: a materials perspective
    • Simple to complex: a molecular perspective
    • Biomedical Engineering
    • Biomechanics and Mechanobiology
    • Biotechnology
    • Drug Delivery and Nanomedicine
    • Mechanics of Biological Materials
    • Nanobio Applications
    • Superhydrophobic surfaces
    • Microgels for drug delivery
    • Particles as local probes in gelling systems
    • pack large DNA molecules in small cells
    • Soft matter with biological polymers
    • Novel compound semiconductor heterostructures.
    • Computational Mechanics
    • Silicon photonics
    • Quantum photonics
    • Microwave photonics
    • Photonic integrated circuits
    • Nanophotonics
    • High speed photonic and electronic devices
    • Materials characterization.
    • Surface Science
    • simplicity of the inspiration
    • Biological toughening mechanisms
    • vivo detection strategies
    • biologically enabled devices
    • Green Burial
    • Widespread Composting
    • Offshore Wind Power
    • Reusable Rockets
    • Green Concrete
    • Battery development and energy storage
    • high-performance photovoltaics
    • Development of solid-state gas sensors.
    • Superconducting oxide/metal laminates
    • Semiconductor process modeling
    • spin-based electronics
    • Oxide film growth
    • Chemical vapor deposition of graphene
    • Ideal chain model
    • Real chain model
    • Cellulose
    • Synthetic materials
    • Starch
    • FDA
    • Sterilizing Polymers
    • Material Reuse
    • Process Development
    • Biomedical Imaging and Instrumentation
    • Atomic structure
    • Molecular nanotechnology: a long-term view
    • electroceramic structures for new sensor applications
    • Advanced high-temperature materials
    • Kinetics
    • Thermodynamics
    • Processing
    • Properties
    • Microstructure
    • Nanostructure
    • Crystallography
    • Bonding
    • Hamiltonian dynamics
    • advanced high-temperature materials
    • composite materials
    • Electrokinetic behavior of non-aqueous dispersion of ceramic nanoparticles
    • Fabrication and characterisation of microscale devices
    • The mechanism and kinetics of redox reactions in reducible composite oxides
    • Hybrid organic-inorganic macromonomers
    • Hosphate Molecular Sieves
    • Photopolymerization
    • Catalysis
    • tissue regeneration
    • Nanomaterials
    • Bottom-up approaches
    • Top-down approaches
    • Functional approaches
    • Biomimetic approaches
    • Speculative
    • Larger to smaller: a materials perspective
    • Simple to complex: a molecular perspective
    • Biomedical Engineering
    • Biomechanics and Mechanobiology
    • Biotechnology
    • Drug Delivery and Nanomedicine
    • Mechanics of Biological Materials
    • Nanobio Applications
    • Superhydrophobic surfaces
    • Microgels for drug delivery
    • Particles as local probes in gelling systems
    • pack large DNA molecules in small cells
    • Soft matter with biological polymers
    • Novel compound semiconductor heterostructures.
    • Computational Mechanics
    • Silicon photonics
    • Quantum photonics
    • Microwave photonics
    • Photonic integrated circuits
    • Nanophotonics
    • High speed photonic and electronic devices
    • Materials characterization.
    • Surface Science
    • simplicity of the inspiration
    • Biological toughening mechanisms
    • vivo detection strategies
    • biologically enabled devices
    • Green Burial
    • Widespread Composting
    • Offshore Wind Power
    • Reusable Rockets
    • Green Concrete
    • Battery development and energy storage
    • high-performance photovoltaics
    • Development of solid-state gas sensors.
    • Superconducting oxide/metal laminates
    • Semiconductor process modeling
    • spin-based electronics
    • Oxide film growth
    • Chemical vapor deposition of graphene
    • Ideal chain model
    • Real chain model
    • Cellulose
    • Synthetic materials
    • Starch
    • FDA
    • Sterilizing Polymers
    • Material Reuse
    • Process Development
    • Biomedical Imaging and Instrumentation
    • Critical points of a dynamical system
    • Two-dimensional flows
    • Stable and unstable manifolds
    • Elementary bifurcations
    • Limit cycles
    • Poincar´e index
    • Discrete time dynamics

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Sessions / Tracks

Track 1: Material Science and Engineering

Materials science, the investigation of the properties of solid materials and the way those properties are controlled by a material's constitution and structure. It grew Associate in sturdy state material science, metallurgy, and engineering. Since the wealthy assortment of materials properties cannot be appreciated within the setting of any single established order. With an elementary comprehension of the sources of properties, materials may be chosen or supposed for a big assortment of uses, running from auxiliary steels to microchips. Materials science is later on vital to coming up with exercises, as an example, hardware, aviation, media communications, information handling, nuclear power, and vitality transformation. Materials researchers intensify seeing however the historical scene of a cloth (its handling) impacts its structure, and consequently the material's properties and execution. The comprehension of getting ready structure-properties connections is thought because of the material's worldview. This worldview is used to propel understanding in Associate assortment of analysis regions, together with applied science, biomaterials, and scientific discipline. Materials science is, in addition, an essential piece of sociology coming up with and disappointment examination - researching materials, items, structures or elements that miscarry or do not work Such examinations are vital to comprehension, as an example, the explanations for various astronautics mishaps and occurrences.

Track 2: Advanced Materials Processing

This is The Creation of Advanced Materials at The Molecular or Nuclear live For the aim of advancing technology, developing more economical product, making novel producing technologies, or up the human data. the flexibility to quickly and dependably lay down multiple conductive layers with ultrafine resolution has LED to the shrinking and low value of most electronics parts. practical Devices has established itself as a pacesetter within the HVAC, Building Controls, Energy Management, Energy Savings, Lighting Controls, and Wireless industries.

Track 3:  Materials Synthesis and Processing

The Creation of Advanced Materials at The Molecular or Nuclear live For the aim of advancing technology, developing more economical product, making novel producing technologies, or up the human data.the flexibility to quickly and dependably lay down multiple conductive layers with ultrafine resolution has LED to the shrinking and low value of most electronics parts. Materials Synthesis , processing the devices has established itself as a pacesetter within the HVAC, Building Controls, Energy Management, Energy Savings, Lighting Controls, and Wireless industries.

Track 4:  Nano materials and Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology is that the handling of matter on AN atomic, molecular, and supramolecular scale.The fascinating facet regarding technology is that the properties of the many materials alter once the scale scale of their dimensions approaches nanometres.Materials scientists and engineers work to know those property changes and utilize them within the process and manufacture of materials at the nanoscale level.the sector of materials science covers the invention, characterization, properties, and use of nanoscale materials. Nanomaterials analysis takes a materials science-based approach to technology, influencing advances in materials science and synthesis that are developed in support of microfabrication analysis.Materials with structure at the nanoscale level o have distinctive optical, electronic, or mechanical properties.though abundant of nanotechnology's potential still remains un-utilized, investment within the field is booming.government distributed quite a billion bucks to technology analysis in 2005 to search out new developments in technology.China, Japan and therefore the EC have spent similar amounts.The hopes area unit identical on all fronts: to push oneself off a surface on a growing international market that the National Science Foundation estimates are going to bethe world marketplace for atomic number 6 destroyed $1.9 billion, in 2013, driven primarily by Asia-Pacific and North yankee region for applications in water treatment and air purification

Track 5:  Polymers and Soft Matter

Synthetic polymers or human-made polymers area unit those that contains many continuation structural units referred to as monomers. polythene is one in every of the only and best familiar samples of polymers, it's gas or ethene because the compound unit whereveras the linear chemical compound is thought several compound materials have chain-like structures that area unit kind of like polythene.the foremost common uses of polymers of in lifestyle area unit in cloth and textile industries, non stick pans, PVC in pipes and PET bottles that area unit unremarkably used.Polyacrylamide could be a water swelling and high relative molecular mass chemical compound made of amide monomers.Poly (acrylamide-co-acrylic acid) and its metal salts (APAM) area unit wide getting used as thickening agent, binder, soil conditioner, filtering properties, flocculating agent, suspending agent, lubrication, and oil recovery agent.one in every of its biggest uses is waste water treatment.artificial polymers are evolving with new rising technologies that have taken inspiration from alternative areas like biology, like self healing polymers that heal once injury is finished to thatthat area unit typically thought-about irreversible, it's still in development and presents a challenge to provide it in massive scale.alternative advanced polymers embody, nanocomposites and plastic physical science

Track 6:  Electronics and Photonics

Electronic materials are the kind of materials which are utilized as core components in various device applications. Changing measurements and level of functionality requires continuous efforts to create best in class materials to meet the innovative difficulties related with advancement of these electronic devices. PC, which has changed the world, is one of the real accomplishments of electronics. Reliability and accuracy are the two key factors in therapeutic diagnostics and medicines, in laboratory practice and industrial operations.

Photonics is the generation and harnessing of light and different types of energy radiant whose quantum unit is the photon. It  includes limited use of lasers, optics, fiber-optics, and electro-optical gadgets in various and differing fields of technology like homeland security, aerospace, solid state lighting, healthcare, telecommunication, manufacturing, alternate energy and many others.

Track 7:  Bioinspired materials

Bio-inspired materials are materials that are synthesized to mimic the properties, and structure of biomaterials. Because of their relevant structure and properties, bio-inspired materials are expected to outperform the functions and characteristics of biomaterials. The main aim of synthesizing bio-inspired materials is to incorporate the unique natural properties into the materials to mimic the characteristics of biomaterials. Bio-inspired materials are developed by understanding the biological design, rules, and principles and applying them in material design.

Track 8: Green Technology

Green technology is also used to describe sustainable energy generation technologies such as photovoltaic, wind turbines, bioreactors, etc. with an ultimate goal of sustainable development. Its main objective is to find ways to create new technologies in such a way that they do not damage or deplete the planet’s natural resources and aid in the reduction of global warming, greenhouse effect, pollution and climate change. The global reduction of greenhouse gases is dependent on the adoption of energy conservation technologies at the industrial level as well as this clean energy generation. That includes using unleaded gasoline, solar energy and alternative fuel vehicles, including plug-in hybrid and hybrid electric vehicles.

Track 9:  Electronic, Optical & Magnetic Materials

For any electronic device to operate well, electrical current must be efficiently controlled by switching devices, which becomes challenging as systems approach very small dimensions. This problem must be addressed by synthesizing materials that permit reliable turn-on and turn-off of current at any size scale. New electronic and photonic nanomaterials assure dramatic breakthroughs in communications, computing devices and solid-state lighting. Current research involves bulk crystal growth, organic semiconductors, thin film and nanostructure growth, and soft lithography. Several of the major photonics companies in the world views on different technologies and opinions about future challenges for manufacturers and integrators of lasers and photonics products. The silicon photonics market is anticipated to grow to $497.53 million by 2020, expanding at a CAGR of 27.74% from 2014 to 2020. The silicon carbide semiconductor market is estimated to grow $3182.89 Million by 2020, at an expected CAGR of 42.03% from 2014 to 2020.

Track 10:  Bio-polymers and Polymer Chemistry

Bio-polymers  refers to the use of natural substances that include enzymes from biological sources or whole cells to speed up chemical reactions. Enzymes have pivotal role in the catalysis of hundreds of reactions that include production of alcohols from fermentation and cheese by breakdown of milk proteins. Bio-catalysis have many advantages over chemo catalysis in the context of green chemistry, which include mild reaction conditions (physiological pH and temperature), the use of environmentally compatible catalysts (enzymes) and solvents (usually water), high chemical activity and sensible regio- and chemo-selectivities for multifunctional molecules.

Track 11: Biomedical devices and 3D Printing

3D Printing has been applied in medicine since 2000s.  For manufacturing of custom pros-thetics and dental implants it was first used and then onwards the medical applications for 3D Printing has evolved significantly. By the use of 3D printing we can produce exoskeletons, windpipes, jaw bone, bones, ears, blood vessels, vascular networks, tissues, eye-glasses, cell cultures, stem cells and organs. The current medical applications of 3D Printing materials can be categorized into a number of categories that are creating im-plants, tissue and organ fabrication, prosthetics and pharmaceutical research concerning drug discovery and anatomical models.

Additive Manufacturing for Medical Devices convenes over 80 medical device manufacturers who will gather for two days of facilitated collaboration aimed at addressing the regulatory and technical challenges surrounding 3D printing. By bringing together the industry to collaborate, share information, and work together, it aims to advance the use of 3D printing for all medical devices from orthopedic and cranial implants, to surgical instruments, dental restorations, and external prosthetics.

Track 12:  Applications in Materials science and Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology is an emerging discipline with revolutionary potential for producing new materials, improving energy efficiency, and creating new diagnostic tools and therapies for medical applications. Researchers in the Mechanical Engineering Department are working in all of these areas. We are using plasmas to produce nanoscale coatings with improved hardness and wear resistance. We are exploring applications of highly uniform semiconductor nanocrystals, produced using a process invented in the department, as building blocks for more efficient lighting, solar cells, and thermoelectric devices. And, we are working on new nanoparticle-based medical imaging techniques and cancer therapies. Concerns have been raised about possible unanticipated health effects associated with exposure to such nanomaterials.

Materials Science involves the discovery and design of new materials, with an emphasis on solids. It addresses the scientific study of the properties and applications of materials of construction or manufacture (such as ceramics, metals, polymers, and composites). It is a cross-disciplinary field that relates the behaviour and properties of various materials with aspects of their molecular, supramolecular or macromolecular structures and their chemical and physical characteristics at the atomic or molecular level.

Advanced materials category covers a range of industries including ceramics, glass, metals, alloys, construction materials and other high technology processing areas

Track 13: Nonlinear Dynamics

In arithmetic and science, a nonlinear system could be a system within which the amendment of the output isn't proportional to the amendment of the input. Nonlinear dynamic systems, describing changes in variables over time, could seem chaotic, unpredictable, or unreasonable, contrastive with abundant easier linear systems. Basically Nonlinear dynamics is the study of systems that are described by nonlinear equations of motion. It explains Chao's Theory that states of self-propelled systems whose apparently-random states of disorder and irregularities are typically governed by settled laws that are sensitive to initial conditions. Chaos theory is an knowledge domain theory stating that, among the apparent randomness of chaotic complicated systems, there are underlying patterns, constant feedback loops, repetition, self-similarity, fractals, and self-organization.

The butterfly effect, an underlying principle of chaos, describes however alittle modification in one state of a settled nonlinear system may result in giant variations in a later state (meaning that there is sensitive dependence on initial conditions). A metaphor for this behaviour is that a butterfly flapping its wings in China can cause a hurricane in Texas.

 

Track 1: Material Science and Engineering

Materials science, the investigation of the properties of solid materials and the way those properties are controlled by a material's constitution and structure. It grew Associate in sturdy state material science, metallurgy, and engineering. Since the wealthy assortment of materials properties cannot be appreciated within the setting of any single established order. With an elementary comprehension of the sources of properties, materials may be chosen or supposed for a big assortment of uses, running from auxiliary steels to microchips. Materials science is later on vital to coming up with exercises, as an example, hardware, aviation, media communications, information handling, nuclear power, and vitality transformation. Materials researchers intensify seeing however the historical scene of a cloth (its handling) impacts its structure, and consequently the material's properties and execution. The comprehension of getting ready structure-properties connections is thought because of the material's worldview. This worldview is used to propel understanding in Associate assortment of analysis regions, together with applied science, biomaterials, and scientific discipline. Materials science is, in addition, an essential piece of sociology coming up with and disappointment examination - researching materials, items, structures or elements that miscarry or do not work Such examinations are vital to comprehension, as an example, the explanations for various astronautics mishaps and occurrences.

Track 2: Advanced Materials Processing

This is The Creation of Advanced Materials at The Molecular or Nuclear live For the aim of advancing technology, developing more economical product, making novel producing technologies, or up the human data. the flexibility to quickly and dependably lay down multiple conductive layers with ultrafine resolution has LED to the shrinking and low value of most electronics parts. practical Devices has established itself as a pacesetter within the HVAC, Building Controls, Energy Management, Energy Savings, Lighting Controls, and Wireless industries.

Track 3:  Materials Synthesis and Processing

The Creation of Advanced Materials at The Molecular or Nuclear live For the aim of advancing technology, developing more economical product, making novel producing technologies, or up the human data.the flexibility to quickly and dependably lay down multiple conductive layers with ultrafine resolution has LED to the shrinking and low value of most electronics parts. Materials Synthesis , processing the devices has established itself as a pacesetter within the HVAC, Building Controls, Energy Management, Energy Savings, Lighting Controls, and Wireless industries.

Track 4:  Nano materials and Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology is that the handling of matter on AN atomic, molecular, and supramolecular scale.The fascinating facet regarding technology is that the properties of the many materials alter once the scale scale of their dimensions approaches nanometres.Materials scientists and engineers work to know those property changes and utilize them within the process and manufacture of materials at the nanoscale level.the sector of materials science covers the invention, characterization, properties, and use of nanoscale materials. Nanomaterials analysis takes a materials science-based approach to technology, influencing advances in materials science and synthesis that are developed in support of microfabrication analysis.Materials with structure at the nanoscale level o have distinctive optical, electronic, or mechanical properties.though abundant of nanotechnology's potential still remains un-utilized, investment within the field is booming.government distributed quite a billion bucks to technology analysis in 2005 to search out new developments in technology.China, Japan and therefore the EC have spent similar amounts.The hopes area unit identical on all fronts: to push oneself off a surface on a growing international market that the National Science Foundation estimates are going to bethe world marketplace for atomic number 6 destroyed $1.9 billion, in 2013, driven primarily by Asia-Pacific and North yankee region for applications in water treatment and air purification

Track 5:  Polymers and Soft Matter

Synthetic polymers or human-made polymers area unit those that contains many continuation structural units referred to as monomers. polythene is one in every of the only and best familiar samples of polymers, it's gas or ethene because the compound unit whereveras the linear chemical compound is thought several compound materials have chain-like structures that area unit kind of like polythene.the foremost common uses of polymers of in lifestyle area unit in cloth and textile industries, non stick pans, PVC in pipes and PET bottles that area unit unremarkably used.Polyacrylamide could be a water swelling and high relative molecular mass chemical compound made of amide monomers.Poly (acrylamide-co-acrylic acid) and its metal salts (APAM) area unit wide getting used as thickening agent, binder, soil conditioner, filtering properties, flocculating agent, suspending agent, lubrication, and oil recovery agent.one in every of its biggest uses is waste water treatment.artificial polymers are evolving with new rising technologies that have taken inspiration from alternative areas like biology, like self healing polymers that heal once injury is finished to thatthat area unit typically thought-about irreversible, it's still in development and presents a challenge to provide it in massive scale.alternative advanced polymers embody, nanocomposites and plastic physical science

Track 6:  Electronics and Photonics

Electronic materials are the kind of materials which are utilized as core components in various device applications. Changing measurements and level of functionality requires continuous efforts to create best in class materials to meet the innovative difficulties related with advancement of these electronic devices. PC, which has changed the world, is one of the real accomplishments of electronics. Reliability and accuracy are the two key factors in therapeutic diagnostics and medicines, in laboratory practice and industrial operations.

Photonics is the generation and harnessing of light and different types of energy radiant whose quantum unit is the photon. It  includes limited use of lasers, optics, fiber-optics, and electro-optical gadgets in various and differing fields of technology like homeland security, aerospace, solid state lighting, healthcare, telecommunication, manufacturing, alternate energy and many others.

Track 7:  Bioinspired materials

Bio-inspired materials are materials that are synthesized to mimic the properties, and structure of biomaterials. Because of their relevant structure and properties, bio-inspired materials are expected to outperform the functions and characteristics of biomaterials. The main aim of synthesizing bio-inspired materials is to incorporate the unique natural properties into the materials to mimic the characteristics of biomaterials. Bio-inspired materials are developed by understanding the biological design, rules, and principles and applying them in material design.

Track 8: Green Technology

Green technology is also used to describe sustainable energy generation technologies such as photovoltaic, wind turbines, bioreactors, etc. with an ultimate goal of sustainable development. Its main objective is to find ways to create new technologies in such a way that they do not damage or deplete the planet’s natural resources and aid in the reduction of global warming, greenhouse effect, pollution and climate change. The global reduction of greenhouse gases is dependent on the adoption of energy conservation technologies at the industrial level as well as this clean energy generation. That includes using unleaded gasoline, solar energy and alternative fuel vehicles, including plug-in hybrid and hybrid electric vehicles.

Track 9:  Electronic, Optical & Magnetic Materials

For any electronic device to operate well, electrical current must be efficiently controlled by switching devices, which becomes challenging as systems approach very small dimensions. This problem must be addressed by synthesizing materials that permit reliable turn-on and turn-off of current at any size scale. New electronic and photonic nanomaterials assure dramatic breakthroughs in communications, computing devices and solid-state lighting. Current research involves bulk crystal growth, organic semiconductors, thin film and nanostructure growth, and soft lithography. Several of the major photonics companies in the world views on different technologies and opinions about future challenges for manufacturers and integrators of lasers and photonics products. The silicon photonics market is anticipated to grow to $497.53 million by 2020, expanding at a CAGR of 27.74% from 2014 to 2020. The silicon carbide semiconductor market is estimated to grow $3182.89 Million by 2020, at an expected CAGR of 42.03% from 2014 to 2020.

Track 10:  Bio-polymers and Polymer Chemistry

Bio-polymers  refers to the use of natural substances that include enzymes from biological sources or whole cells to speed up chemical reactions. Enzymes have pivotal role in the catalysis of hundreds of reactions that include production of alcohols from fermentation and cheese by breakdown of milk proteins. Bio-catalysis have many advantages over chemo catalysis in the context of green chemistry, which include mild reaction conditions (physiological pH and temperature), the use of environmentally compatible catalysts (enzymes) and solvents (usually water), high chemical activity and sensible regio- and chemo-selectivities for multifunctional molecules.

Track 11: Biomedical devices and 3D Printing

3D Printing has been applied in medicine since 2000s.  For manufacturing of custom pros-thetics and dental implants it was first used and then onwards the medical applications for 3D Printing has evolved significantly. By the use of 3D printing we can produce exoskeletons, windpipes, jaw bone, bones, ears, blood vessels, vascular networks, tissues, eye-glasses, cell cultures, stem cells and organs. The current medical applications of 3D Printing materials can be categorized into a number of categories that are creating im-plants, tissue and organ fabrication, prosthetics and pharmaceutical research concerning drug discovery and anatomical models.

Additive Manufacturing for Medical Devices convenes over 80 medical device manufacturers who will gather for two days of facilitated collaboration aimed at addressing the regulatory and technical challenges surrounding 3D printing. By bringing together the industry to collaborate, share information, and work together, it aims to advance the use of 3D printing for all medical devices from orthopedic and cranial implants, to surgical instruments, dental restorations, and external prosthetics.

Track 12:  Applications in Materials science and Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology is an emerging discipline with revolutionary potential for producing new materials, improving energy efficiency, and creating new diagnostic tools and therapies for medical applications. Researchers in the Mechanical Engineering Department are working in all of these areas. We are using plasmas to produce nanoscale coatings with improved hardness and wear resistance. We are exploring applications of highly uniform semiconductor nanocrystals, produced using a process invented in the department, as building blocks for more efficient lighting, solar cells, and thermoelectric devices. And, we are working on new nanoparticle-based medical imaging techniques and cancer therapies. Concerns have been raised about possible unanticipated health effects associated with exposure to such nanomaterials.

Materials Science involves the discovery and design of new materials, with an emphasis on solids. It addresses the scientific study of the properties and applications of materials of construction or manufacture (such as ceramics, metals, polymers, and composites). It is a cross-disciplinary field that relates the behaviour and properties of various materials with aspects of their molecular, supramolecular or macromolecular structures and their chemical and physical characteristics at the atomic or molecular level.

Advanced materials category covers a range of industries including ceramics, glass, metals, alloys, construction materials and other high technology processing areas

Track 13: Nonlinear Dynamics

In arithmetic and science, a nonlinear system could be a system within which the amendment of the output isn't proportional to the amendment of the input. Nonlinear dynamic systems, describing changes in variables over time, could seem chaotic, unpredictable, or unreasonable, contrastive with abundant easier linear systems. Basically Nonlinear dynamics is the study of systems that are described by nonlinear equations of motion. It explains Chao's Theory that states of self-propelled systems whose apparently-random states of disorder and irregularities are typically governed by settled laws that are sensitive to initial conditions. Chaos theory is an knowledge domain theory stating that, among the apparent randomness of chaotic complicated systems, there are underlying patterns, constant feedback loops, repetition, self-similarity, fractals, and self-organization.

The butterfly effect, an underlying principle of chaos, describes however alittle modification in one state of a settled nonlinear system may result in giant variations in a later state (meaning that there is sensitive dependence on initial conditions). A metaphor for this behaviour is that a butterfly flapping its wings in China can cause a hurricane in Texas.

 

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Market Analysis

Importance and Scope:

The improvement and engineering of devices so small that they are measured on a molecular scale. This developing field involves scientists from many different disciplines, including physicists, chemists, engineers, information technologists and material Researchers, as well as biologists is being applied to almost every field imaginable, including electronics, magnetics, information technology, materials development and biomedicine. 36th World Congress on Materials Science and Nanotechnology will be a common platform for Researchers, Scientist, innovators, readers, professors, Industry Leaders, students and overall learners to preset and exchange ideas related to Materials science & Nanotechnology We are pleased to invite you all to the 36th World Congress on Materials Science and Nanotechnology which is going to held on July 22-23, 2019 at Melbourne, AustraliaMaterials Market Estimated to Reach US$ 102.48 Bn by 2024; Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2016 - 2024 - Transparency Market Research.

Why Australia?

The global Material science and Nanotechnology market was valued at $1,055.1 million in 2019, and is projected to reach $2,231.4 million by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 10.5% from 2019 to 2025. Nano science and nanotechnology are the study of nanoparticles and devices, which find their application across all the science fields such as chemical, bio-medical, mechanics, and material science among others. Nanotechnology market encompasses the production and application of physical, chemical, and biological systems and devices at scales ranging from individual atoms or molecules to around 100 nanometers.

Nanotechnology carries a significant impact, and serves as a revolutionary and beneficial technology across various industrial domains, including communication, medicine, transportation, agriculture, energy, materials & manufacturing, consumer products, and households. Emerging use cases and application is expected to be one of the key factors contributing towards the growth of nanotechnology market size. The U.S. National Nanotechnology Initiative has estimated that around 20,000 researchers are working in the field of nanotechnology. For the UK, the Institute of Occupational Medicine has estimated that approximately 2,000 people are employed in new nanotechnology companies and universities where they may be potentially exposed to nanoparticles.

Major Association across the Globe:

  • National Institute for Nanotechnology
  • EU Seventh Framework Programme
  • National Cancer Institute
  • National Nanotechnology Initiative
  • International Institute for Nanotechnology
  • Nano science and Technology Institute
  • Minatec Innovation Center
  • National Center for Scientific Research
  • Materials Research Society of Singapore
  • Australian Composite Structures Society
  • Chinese Society for Composite Materials
  • Japan Society for Composite Materials
  • European Optical Society
  • United Physical Society of Russian Federation
  • Optical Society of America (OSA)
  • IEEE Photonics Society
  • IEEE Lasers and Electro-Optics Society
  • International Society of Optical Engineering

Major Universities in World:

  • University of Pennsylvania
  • Rice University
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • Stevens Institute of Technology
  • University of Washington-Seattle Campus
  • University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
  • Arizona State University
  • Virginia CommonHealth University
  • Lock Haven University
  • Wayne State University
  • North Seattle College

Major Industries in Nanotechnology and Material Science :

  • Adnano Technologies
  • Advanced Nanotech Lab
  • Avansa Technology and Services
  • Bilcare
  • Egoma Technologies
  • Micromaterials
  • Nanomics Technologies
  • Nano Sniff technologies
  • Nanoshel
  • Icon Analytical Equipment
  • Eris Technologies

Nanotechnology is a very broad field and encompasses physics, electronics, chemistry, biology and medicine.

Importance and Scope:

The improvement and engineering of devices so small that they are measured on a molecular scale. This developing field involves scientists from many different disciplines, including physicists, chemists, engineers, information technologists and material Researchers, as well as biologists is being applied to almost every field imaginable, including electronics, magnetics, information technology, materials development and biomedicine. 36th World Congress on Materials Science and Nanotechnology will be a common platform for Researchers, Scientist, innovators, readers, professors, Industry Leaders, students and overall learners to preset and exchange ideas related to Materials science & Nanotechnology We are pleased to invite you all to the 36th World Congress on Materials Science and Nanotechnology which is going to held on July 22-23, 2019 at Melbourne, AustraliaMaterials Market Estimated to Reach US$ 102.48 Bn by 2024; Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2016 - 2024 - Transparency Market Research.

Why Australia?

The global Material science and Nanotechnology market was valued at $1,055.1 million in 2019, and is projected to reach $2,231.4 million by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 10.5% from 2019 to 2025. Nano science and nanotechnology are the study of nanoparticles and devices, which find their application across all the science fields such as chemical, bio-medical, mechanics, and material science among others. Nanotechnology market encompasses the production and application of physical, chemical, and biological systems and devices at scales ranging from individual atoms or molecules to around 100 nanometers.

Nanotechnology carries a significant impact, and serves as a revolutionary and beneficial technology across various industrial domains, including communication, medicine, transportation, agriculture, energy, materials & manufacturing, consumer products, and households. Emerging use cases and application is expected to be one of the key factors contributing towards the growth of nanotechnology market size. The U.S. National Nanotechnology Initiative has estimated that around 20,000 researchers are working in the field of nanotechnology. For the UK, the Institute of Occupational Medicine has estimated that approximately 2,000 people are employed in new nanotechnology companies and universities where they may be potentially exposed to nanoparticles.

Major Association across the Globe:

  • National Institute for Nanotechnology
  • EU Seventh Framework Programme
  • National Cancer Institute
  • National Nanotechnology Initiative
  • International Institute for Nanotechnology
  • Nano science and Technology Institute
  • Minatec Innovation Center
  • National Center for Scientific Research
  • Materials Research Society of Singapore
  • Australian Composite Structures Society
  • Chinese Society for Composite Materials
  • Japan Society for Composite Materials
  • European Optical Society
  • United Physical Society of Russian Federation
  • Optical Society of America (OSA)
  • IEEE Photonics Society
  • IEEE Lasers and Electro-Optics Society
  • International Society of Optical Engineering

Major Universities in World:

  • University of Pennsylvania
  • Rice University
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • Stevens Institute of Technology
  • University of Washington-Seattle Campus
  • University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
  • Arizona State University
  • Virginia CommonHealth University
  • Lock Haven University
  • Wayne State University
  • North Seattle College

Major Industries in Nanotechnology and Material Science :

  • Adnano Technologies
  • Advanced Nanotech Lab
  • Avansa Technology and Services
  • Bilcare
  • Egoma Technologies
  • Micromaterials
  • Nanomics Technologies
  • Nano Sniff technologies
  • Nanoshel
  • Icon Analytical Equipment
  • Eris Technologies

Nanotechnology is a very broad field and encompasses physics, electronics, chemistry, biology and medicine.

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