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Materials Science and engineering is an interdisciplinary study of all materials from glass to those used in aircrafts, which combines extensive natural and manufactured materials that relays the extraction, synthesis, properties, structural characterization, its performance and material processing. 

  • Track 1-1Energy Systems
  • Track 1-2Advanced Materials Processing
  • Track 1-3Materials Synthesis and Processing
  • Track 1-4Nanotechnology
  • Track 1-5Nonlinear Dynamics
  • Track 1-6Polymers and Soft Matter
  • Track 1-7cellular materials
  • Track 1-8piezoelectronics

 Nanoscience refers to the study, manipulation and engineering of matter, particles and structures on the nanometer scale (one millionth of a millimeter, the scale of atoms and molecules). Important properties of materials, such as the electrical, optical, thermal and mechanical properties, are determined by the way molecules and atoms assemble on the nanoscale into larger structures. Moreover, in nanometer size structures these properties often different then on macroscale, because quantum mechanical effects become important. Nanotechnology is the application of nanoscience leading to the use of new nanomaterials and nanosize components in useful products. Nanotechnology will eventually provide us with the ability to design custom-made materials and products with new enhanced properties, new nanoelectronics components, new types of “smart” medicines and sensors, and even interfaces between electronics and biological system.

 

  • Track 2-1DNA nanotechnology
  • Track 2-2Graphene
  • Track 2-3Graphene
  • Track 2-4Nanobiotechnology
  • Track 2-5Nanomedicine
  • Track 2-6Nanoscale devices
  • Track 2-7Nanoscale materials
  • Track 2-8Nanotoxicology

The utilization of Materials science and engineering implies a novel group of materials with its individual logic of effect that cannot be defined just in terms of the normal classes of heavy and light or form, construction, and surface. Materials are the core for scientific and industrial advancements in our life and advancement in the field of electronic materials, biomaterials, sensorsenergy materials, light alloys are vital for the information technology, improvement of health, smart atmosphere, renewable energy, improved transportation and other deliberate applications. Coelux lightening system where the scientists used a thin coating of nanoparticles to exactly simulate sunlight through Earth’s atmosphere and the effect known as Rayleigh scattering. Soft materials are the additional evolving class of materials that includes gels, colloids, liquids, foams, and coatings. 

 

  • Track 3-1composites
  • Track 3-2ceramics
  • Track 3-3intermetallics
  • Track 3-4high-temperature materials
  • Track 3-5biomedical materials
  • Track 3-6biomedical materials

Emerging Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage presents the state-of-art of emerging materials for energy conversion technologies (solar cells and fuel cells) and energy storage technologies (batteries, supercapacitors and hydrogen storage). The book is organized into five primary sections, each with three chapters authored by worldwide experts in the fields of materials science, physics, chemistry and engineering. It covers the fundamentals, functionalities, challenges and prospects of different classes of emerging materials, such as wide bandgap semiconductors, oxides, carbon-based nanostructures, advanced ceramics, chalcogenide nanostructures, and flexible organic electronics nanomaterials.

 

  • Track 4-1Batteries Supercapacitors and hydrogen Storage
  • Track 4-2Electronic Materials
  • Track 4-3Thermoelectric materials
  • Track 4-4Sensors based on emerging devices
  • Track 4-5Sensors based on emerging devices
  • Track 4-6Perovskite Materials
  • Track 4-7Photovoltaics and solar cell

Advanced Energy Materials is a peer reviewed scientific journal covering energy-related research, including photovoltaics, batteries, supercapacitors, fuel cells, hydrogen technologies, thermoelectrics, photocatalysis, solar power technologies, magnetic refrigeration, and piezoelectric materials.

 

  • Track 5-1organic and inorganic photovoltaics batteries
  • Track 5-2super capacitors
  • Track 5-3Hydrogen generation storage
  • Track 5-4thermoelectric water splitting
  • Track 5-5photo catalysis solar fuels
  • Track 5-6Thermo solar power
  • Track 5-7magnetocalorics

The isolation of graphene in 2004 from graphite was a defining moment for the “birth” of a field: two-dimensional (2D) materials. In recent years, there has been a rapidly increasing number of papers focusing on non-graphene layered materials, including transition-metal dichalcogenides (TMDs), because of the new properties and applications that emerge upon 2D confinement. Here, we review significant recent advances and important new developments in 2D materials “beyond graphene”.

 

Biomaterials serve as an integral component of tissue engineering. They are designed to provide architectural framework reminiscent of native extracellular matrix in order to encourage cell growth and eventual tissue regeneration. Bone and cartilage represent two distinct tissues with varying compositional and mechanical properties. Despite these differences, both meet at the osteochondral interface Polymeric biomaterials are one of the cornerstones of tissue engineering. A wide range of materials has been used. Approaches have shown increasing sophistication over recent years employing drug delivery functionality, micro patterning, microfluidics, and other technologies.

 

  • Track 7-1Biomaterial synthesis
  • Track 7-2Fabrication technologies
  • Track 7-3Tissue culture

Ceramic matrix composites (CMCs) are a subgroup of composite materials and a subgroup of ceramics. They consist of ceramic  Fibres embedded in a ceramic matrix. The fibers and the matrix both can consist of any ceramic material, whereby carbon and carbon fibers can also be regarded as a ceramic material. The motivation to develop CMCs was to overcome the problems associated with the conventional technical ceramics like alumina, silicon carbide, aluminum nitride, silicon nitride or zirconia – they fracture easily under mechanical or thermo-mechanical loads because of cracks initiated by small defects or scratches.

 

  • Track 8-1Batching and Materials Handling
  • Track 8-2Decorating Ceramics
  • Track 8-3Raw and Processed Materials
  • Track 8-4Low Cost Processing
  • Track 8-5Nanocomposites
  • Track 8-6Autonomic Materials

Polymer, any of a class of natural or synthetic substances composed of very large molecules, called macromolecules, that are multiples of simpler chemical units called monomers. Polymers make up many of the materials in living organisms, including, for example, proteins, cellulose, and nucleic acids.

  • Track 9-1Crystallization
  • Track 9-2Rheology
  • Track 9-3phase separation
  • Track 9-4viscosity and viscoelasticity
  • Track 9-5mechanical properties
  • Track 9-6polymerization

Materials which can be magnetized and attracted to a magnet are termed as ferromagnetic materials. These kinds of ferromagnetic materials comprise of iron, nickel, cobalt, some alloys of rare earth metals, and some naturally occurring minerals such as lodestone. Magnetic Smart Materials also have medical applications and it is predictable that they will increase in the future.

 

  • Track 10-1diodes transistors
  • Track 10-2 photodetectors
  • Track 10-3optical communications
  • Track 10-4 magnetic data storage
  • Track 10-5spintronics

The characterization of materials is significant when it comes to understanding their overall properties. In order to introduce nanomaterials to various applications, detailed characterization of their optical, morphological, electrical, thermal and magnetic properties are needed. Materials Characterization comes into play at many phases of the product design and manufacturing process. To characterize a material we consider both Chemical and physical Imaging type information.

 

  • Track 11-1 Metals & Alloys
  • Track 11-2Ceramics
  • Track 11-3Nanomaterials
  • Track 11-4 Biomedical materials
  • Track 11-5 Natural Materials