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17th International Conference on Emerging Materials and Nanotechnology, will be organized around the theme “Unearthing the Researches in Materials Science and Nanotechnology”

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Materials Science and Engineering can subdiscipline as Materials Science and Materials Engineering. “materials science” investigates the relationships that exist between the structures and properties of materials. In contrast, “materials engineering” is, on the basis of these structure–property correlations, designing or engineering the structure of a material to produce a predetermined set of properties. It is the design and discovery of new materials, particularly solids. Virtually all important properties of solid materials may be grouped into six different categories: mechanical, electrical, thermal, magnetic, optical, and deteriorative. For each there is a characteristic type of stimulus capable of provoking different responses. Mechanical properties relate deformation to an applied load or force; examples include elastic modulus and strength. For electrical properties, such as electrical conductivity and dielectric constant, the stimulus is an electric field. The thermal behavior of solids can be represented in terms of heat capacity and thermal conductivity. Magnetic properties demonstrate the response of a material to the application of a magnetic field. For optical properties, the stimulus is electromagnetic or light radiation; index of refraction and reflectivity are representative optical properties. Finally, deteriorative characteristics relate to the chemical reactivity of materials.

  • Track 1-1 Materials Syntheses
  • Track 1-2advanced manufacturing
  • Track 1-3Advanced Structural Materials
  • Track 1-4Sustainable Construction Materials
  • Track 1-5Nuclear Engineering
  • Track 1-6Waste Development and Characterisation
  • Track 1-7Advanced Nuclear Materials Cements@Sheffield
  • Track 1-83D-Printed Materials and Systems
  • Track 1-9Thermal Spray Technology
  • Track 1-10Materials for Energy Infrastructure
  • Track 1-11Information Materials
  • Track 1-12Ferrous & Non ferrous Materials
  • Track 1-13Developments in Polymer Characterisation
  • Track 1-14materials efficiency
  • Track 1-15solid-state physics
  • Track 1-16hybridizing metallurgy
  • Track 1-17Materials for Green Technology
  • Track 1-18Materials for Green Technology
  • Track 1-19Physics and Chemistry of Materials
  • Track 1-20Biosensing and bioimaging
  • Track 1-21Metals and alloys
  • Track 1-22renewable and sustainable energy
  • Track 1-23Composite materials
  • Track 1-24Graphene and fullerenes
  • Track 1-25Quasi crystals
  • Track 1-26Thin films and coatings
  • Track 1-27Conductive materials
  • Track 1-28Semiconductor alloy system
  • Track 1-29Metals, Mining, Metallurgy and Materials

Materials are being used in devices because of their exclusive properties such as electrical, magnetic, thermal, optical, mechanical and piezoelectric properties. The extensively used material components are polymerssemiconductors, oxides and liquid crystals. The electronic materials are the major elements in several device applications and has its usage in regular electronic tools such as computers, mobile phones, LED bulbs and GPS devices. Newfangled materials and devices are intended to advance the optical, electronic, thermal and chemical performance of the current devices. The present-day approaches of emerging electronic materials and devices encompasses the synthesis and fabrication of materials with anticipated properties. The topics intricate in the development of Materials and devices are solid state physics and chemistry, microelectronics, photonics, chemical physics, etc.,

 

  • Track 2-1Materials for Advanced Batteries
  • Track 2-2Liquid Crystal
  • Track 2-3Advanced Magnetic Materials & Devices
  • Track 2-4Functional Materials and Devices
  • Track 2-5Hybrid Automobiles
  • Track 2-6 Fuel cells
  • Track 2-7Capacitors (Super, Ultra, Pulsed Power)
  • Track 2-8Thermal storage materials
  • Track 2-9Smart grid & Semiconductor Materials
  • Track 2-10Intelligent sensors
  • Track 2-11Emerging energy harvesting technologies
  • Track 2-12Smart materials
  • Track 2-13Building materials
  • Track 2-14Photonics materials
  • Track 2-15Sensors and actuators
  • Track 2-16Optical fibers and laser technologies
  • Track 2-17Battery Powered Vehicles

Nanotechnology is well-defined as the handling of matter on an atomic, molecular, and supramolecular scale. Earlier, Nanotechnology was defined as the area of employing atoms and molecules to produce nanoscale products, which is also referred to as molecular nanotechnology. The National Nanotechnology Initiative, has defined nanotechnology as the management of material with the measurement of 1 to 100 nm. Nanomaterials are physical materials with a characteristic measurement between 1-150nm that are the building blocks of applied nanotechnology. Nanomaterials has led to the production of several materials with the help of Interface and colloid science such as carbon nanotubes, fullerene, nanorod and nanoparticles. The properties of nanomaterials differ from those of bulk materials because of their exceptional optical, electronic and mechanical properties. Engineered nanomaterials (ENMs) are produced with novel physico-chemical properties for a precise application from minerals and other chemical substance. Nanomaterial exploration is a material science based method that has its application in optics, catalysis, healthcare, electronics, cosmetics, pharmaceutics and energy conservation.

 

  • Track 3-1Emissive Materials - Nanomaterials
  • Track 3-2Micro and Nano Machining of Engineering Materials
  • Track 3-3Metallic Micro and Nano Materials
  • Track 3-4Fracture of Nano and Engineering Materials and Structures
  • Track 3-5Nano-size Polymers
  • Track 3-6Nano and Biotech Based Materials
  • Track 3-7Micro and Nano Fabrication Technology
  • Track 3-8Quantum Nano-Photonics
  • Track 3-9Nano Convergence
  • Track 3-10Smart Materials-Based Actuators at the Micro/Nano-Scale
  • Track 3-11Nano, Quantum and Molecular Computing
  • Track 3-12Rubber Nano Blends
  • Track 3-13Redox Systems Under Nano-Space Control
  • Track 3-14Nano-Optoelectronics
  • Track 3-15Micro/Nano Cell and Molecular Sensors
  • Track 3-16Molecular- and Nano-Tubes
  • Track 3-17Glassy, Amorphous and Nano-Crystalline Materials
  • Track 3-18Nanomaterials and Nanosystems for Biomedical Applications
  • Track 3-19Colloids for Nano- and Biotechnology
  • Track 3-20Nanomaterials and Nanoengineering
  • Track 3-21Nano Devices and Interfaces
  • Track 3-22Nano Manipulation
  • Track 3-23Advanced Characterisation
  • Track 3-24Nanomaterials
  • Track 3-25Nanocomposites
  • Track 3-26Nanoparticles
  • Track 3-27Computational Nanoscience
  • Track 3-28Nanophotonics
  • Track 3-29Nanomedicine
  • Track 3-30Quantum dots
  • Track 3-31Nanofabrication
  • Track 3-32Nanobiomaterials
  • Track 3-33Nanodrug delivery
  • Track 3-34Biomolecular Integrated Circuits
  • Track 3-35Photonics Innovation

As the global demand for energy is increasing on a higher frequency, materials are the key aspects of new technologies for renewable energy sources, supercapacitors, energy storage in batteries, thermoelectric devices, energy conversion through solar cells and fuel cells. The dynamic research areas comprise clean energy conversion, biofuels, hydrogen generation and fuel cells. Materials for energy can help to produce efficient sources of energy to meet the present concerns and is a key driver for our society. Materials with emerging energy technologies are the supportable energy foundations to withstand the geophysical alteration. Solar energy is the superior and the development of photovoltaic cells is needed for the existing development. The piezoelectric, ferroelectric materials and thin films are the valuable materials for the conversion of energy. 

 

  • Track 4-1Hydrogen Energy
  • Track 4-2Modern Piezoelectric Energy-Harvesting Materials
  • Track 4-3Thermal Energy Storage Using Phase Change Materials
  • Track 4-4High Energy Density Materials
  • Track 4-5Neutron Applications in Materials for Energy
  • Track 4-6Nanostructured Materials for Next-Generation Energy Storage and Conversion
  • Track 4-7Energy from Organic Materials
  • Track 4-8Recent Advancements in Materials and Systems for Thermal Energy Storage
  • Track 4-9Materials, Energy and Environment Engineering
  • Track 4-10Materials for Chemical Sensing
  • Track 4-11Materials for Advanced Energy Systems
  • Track 4-12Solar Energy Materials
  • Track 4-13Eco- and Renewable Energy Materials
  • Track 4-14Lithium ion batteries
  • Track 4-15Fuel cell materials
  • Track 4-16Solar energy materials
  • Track 4-17Thermoelectric materials
  • Track 4-18Photovoltaic devices
  • Track 4-19Semiconductor materials
  • Track 4-20Cryogenic materials
  • Track 4-21Piezoelectric nanogenerators as fuel cells
  • Track 4-223D batteries for micro-electronics
  • Track 4-23Organic batteries and photovoltaics
  • Track 4-24Supercapacitors and batteries

The study of physical and chemical process that rises by incorporation of two phases, with solid–liquid/ solid–gas/ solid–vacuum/ liquid–gas interfaces is named as Surface Science. The actual application of surface science in related arenas like chemistry, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and physics is recognized as Surface Engineering. Surface Chemistry achieves the alteration of chemical configuration of a surface by presenting functional groups and additional elements while Surface physics deals with the physical deviations that arise at interfaces. Techniques tangled in Surface engineering are spectroscopy methods such as X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, low-energy electron diffraction, electron energy loss spectroscopy, Auger electron spectroscopy, Thermal desorption spectroscopy, ion scattering spectroscopy and secondary ion mass spectrometry, etc. The chemical reactions at the interface is generally termed as Surface Chemistry and is also linked to surface engineering. It is very significant in the arenas of heterogenous catalysis, electrochemistry and geochemistry.

 

  • Track 5-1Custom Materials Synthesis
  • Track 5-2 Superhydrophobic Surface Treatments
  • Track 5-3Hard, Scratch Resistant Barrier Coatings
  • Track 5-4Additive Manufacturing of Emerging Materials
  • Track 5-5Biofilm and Materials Science
  • Track 5-6Current Trends of Surface Science and Catalysis
  • Track 5-7Experimental Innovations in Surface Science
  • Track 5-8Surface Analysis Methods in Materials Science
  • Track 5-9Theoretical Surface Science
  • Track 5-10Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces
  • Track 5-11Coatings Technologies
  • Track 5-12Applied Adhesion Science
  • Track 5-13Surface Engineering and Tribology
  • Track 5-14Fundamentals of surface engineering
  • Track 5-15Surface coating and modification
  • Track 5-16Catalysis and electrochemistry
  • Track 5-17Nanoscale surface modifications
  • Track 5-18Corrosion and heat treatment

Biomaterial is defined as a substance that has been engineered to interact with components of living system for both therapeutic and diagnostic purpose. Biomaterials are natural components or it can be synthesized in the laboratory employing metals, ceramics, polymers and composite materials. Biomaterials covers the fundamentals of medicine, biology, chemistry, tissue engineering and materials science. The biomaterial science also includes polymer synthesis, drug design, self-assembly of materials, immunology and toxicology. Biomaterials has its wide usage in drug delivery, dental application, surgery and regenerative medicine that mimics the natural function.  The current research focuses on combining biomedical science and material engineering to produce materials for numerous medical application. The application of biomaterials includes joint replacements, stents, vascular grafts, Heart valves, bone plate, bone cement, dental implants, breast implants, surgical sutures, etc.,

 

  • Track 6-1Nano/Micro-Structured Materials for Energy and Biomedical Applications
  • Track 6-2functional scaffolds to provide extracellular microenvironment
  • Track 6-3non-intrusive monitoring and analysis of functional biological substitutes
  • Track 6-4subtle micromanipulation of extracellular cues
  • Track 6-5high-performance purification and stem-cell proliferation systems
  • Track 6-6Biological interactions with nanomaterials
  • Track 6-7Biosensing and bioimaging
  • Track 6-8 Drug and DNA targeting delivery
  • Track 6-9 Biosensing and bioimaging
  • Track 6-10Multiscale Materials Modelling
  • Track 6-11Biomaterials and Biominerals
  • Track 6-12Methodology Development
  • Track 6-13Silicon Nano-biotechnology
  • Track 6-14Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine
  • Track 6-15bioprocess synthesis, optimization and simulation
  • Track 6-16cheap & scalable bioprocesses
  • Track 6-17design and construct novel “programmable” cells
  • Track 6-18 novel bioproducts & bioreactors
  • Track 6-19Biotechnology and Molecular Bioscience
  • Track 6-20Resorbable biomaterials
  • Track 6-21Biochemical System and Processes
  • Track 6-22Biomimetic materials
  • Track 6-23Surface properties of biomaterials
  • Track 6-24Surface properties of biomaterials
  • Track 6-25Bio-inorganic nanomaterials
  • Track 6-26Computational studies of biomaterials
  • Track 6-27Soft materials
  • Track 6-28Biophysics

The Science and expertise of generating substances from inorganic, non-metallic materials with the exploit of heat or by the help of high purity chemical solutions is termed as Ceramic Engineering. It comprises of the study of structure, composition and properties of raw materials. Ceramics are crystalline materials with partly crystalline structure in the long-range order on atomic scale. The glass ceramics is in the short range atomic scale with amorphous structure. Ceramics has a unique advantage where it is can be replaced because of its heat resistant capacity. These materials are produced by sol-gel synthesis or by hydrothermal method. Ceramic materials upsurge the applications in materials science, chemical, electrical and mechanical engineering. It has its usage in mining, medicine, chemical industry, aerospace, electronics, optical and automotive industries.

 

  • Track 7-1Advanced Ceramic Coating
  • Track 7-2Stronger Materials/Higher Strength Composites
  • Track 7-3Functional Ceramics
  • Track 7-4Mechanical Properties of Glass
  • Track 7-5Hybrid and Hierarchical Composite Materials
  • Track 7-6Self-Healing Fiber-Composites
  • Track 7-7Advanced Carbons
  • Track 7-8Advanced Non-Oxide Ceramics
  • Track 7-9Advanced Optical Ceramics
  • Track 7-10Advanced Electroceramics
  • Track 7-11Advanced Bio- and Medical Ceramics
  • Track 7-12Ceramic Metal Oxides
  • Track 7-13Bio inert Materials
  • Track 7-14Bio Ceramics
  • Track 7-15Composite Ceramics
  • Track 7-16Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
  • Track 7-17Ceramic materials for solid oxide fuel cells
  • Track 7-18Ultra high temperature composites
  • Track 7-19Bioceramics
  • Track 7-20Applications of Porous Ceramics
  • Track 7-21Ceramics for body and vehicular armour
  • Track 7-22Glass-ceramic
  • Track 7-23Advanced Ceramics
  • Track 7-24Biocomposites

Polymer technology is one of the most prevalent zone of existing research as it includes the study and application of nanoscience to polymer-nanoparticle matrices, where nanoparticles are those with at least in dimension of less than 100 nm. Polymer nanotechnology emphases on polymer based biomaterials, self- assembled polymeric films, nanofabrication of polymers, polymer blends and nanocomposites. Polymer matrix based nanocomposites consist of polymer or copolymer having nanoparticles dispersed in the matrix. Silicon Nano spheres is the extensively known Nano polymer which shows discrete features and harder than silicon. Preceding the age of nanotechnology phase, polymer blends, block copolymer domain frequently attains Nano scale sizes. Nano-sized silica particles, zeolites and nanoparticle fillers has controlled the expansion of products with enhanced properties such as thermal stability & conductivity, chemical resistance and tensile strength.. Some of the natural and synthetic polymers are collagen, enzymes, elastin, cellulose, chitin, plastics, fibers and adhesives.

 

  • Track 8-1Polymer Coatings for Fabrics
  • Track 8-2Polymer scaffolds used for various biotechnological applications
  • Track 8-3 Natural polymer modifications
  • Track 8-4Polymers and Composites
  • Track 8-5Lignocellulosic Composite Materials
  • Track 8-6Polymeric Dental Materials
  • Track 8-7Fracture of Non-Metallic Materials
  • Track 8-8Conductive polymers
  • Track 8-9Self-Healing Polymers
  • Track 8-10 Polymer nanocomposites
  • Track 8-11Biopolymers
  • Track 8-12Nanocomposite Polymer Electrolytes
  • Track 8-13Functional Polymers and Polymer Hybrid Materials
  • Track 8-14Organic polymer chemistry
  • Track 8-15Composite polymers and plastics
  • Track 8-16Polymer engineering
  • Track 8-17Inorganic -organic hybrid systems
  • Track 8-18Polymers for biomedical applications
  • Track 8-19Polymers for textile and packaging
  • Track 8-20Advanced polymer applications

Graphene is the crystalline form of carbon that has two dimensional (2D) properties where it consists of single layer of carbon atom arranged in hexagonal lattice. This allotrope of carbon is the basic structure of other allotropes such as diamond, carbon nanotubes, graphite, fullerenes. Graphite which is one of the allotrope of carbon is the softest material with is very good lubricant and is the conductor of electricity. Because of its known unique property, it is being used as thermal insulation. Natural graphite is of three types as crystalline, amorphous and vein. Carbon has numerous essential application in the living system. Carbon fibers which is composed mostly of carbon events, in the range of 5-10 micrometers has its application in composite materials, textiles, microelectrodes, Flexible heating. Carbon Nanotube is the cylindrical form of the allotropes of carbon has unusual thermal conductivity, mechanical and electrical properties and is valuable in the arenas of materials science, nanotechnology, electronic and optics.

 

  • Track 9-1Carbon dots
  • Track 9-22D Materials heterostructures and superstructures
  • Track 9-3Graphene analogs
  • Track 9-4Hydrogen Technologies
  • Track 9-5Solarthermal Energy
  • Track 9-6Chemical functionalisation of Graphene
  • Track 9-7Graphene based products
  • Track 9-8Applications of Carbon in Energy
  • Track 9-9Carbon nanotubes and graphene
  • Track 9-10Semiconductor Materials and Nanostructures

Materials which can be magnetized and attracted to a magnet are termed as ferromagnetic materials. These kind 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. Examples are carrying medications to exact locations within the body and the use as a contrasting agent for MRI scans, evaluating the risk of organ damage in hereditary hemochromatosis, defining the dose of iron chelator drugs mandatory for patients with thalassemia, and Now-a-days Scientists are also occupied on the advancement of synthetic magnetic particles which can be inoculated into the human body for the diagnosis and treatment of disease. Spintronic, also known as spin electronics or fluxtronics, is the study of the intrinsic spin of the electron and its related magnetic moment, in addition to its vital electronic charge, in solid-state devices.

 

  • Track 10-1Optical Properties of Advanced Materials
  • Track 10-2Applied Nano-Electromagnetics
  • Track 10-3Nonlinear Super-Resolution Nano-Optics and Applications
  • Track 10-4Nano-Electronic Devices
  • Track 10-5Nano-Optics and Nanophotonics
  • Track 10-6Progress in Nonlinear Nano-Optics
  • Track 10-7Biomedical Optical Instrumentation and Laser-Assisted Biotechnology
  • Track 10-8Atomic, Molecular, Optical & Plasma Physics
  • Track 10-9 Lasers in Manufacturing and Materials Processing
  • Track 10-10Imaging, microscopy, adaptive optics
  • Track 10-11Photonics
  • Track 10-12Laser beam delivery and diagnostics
  • Track 10-13Lasers in medicine and biology
  • Track 10-14Optical nanomaterials for photonics/biophotonics
  • Track 10-15Advanced spintronic materials
  • Track 10-16Dielectric materials and electronic devices
  • Track 10-17Engineering applications of spectroscopy

The exploration on 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.  The materials like Salmon leather, Wood-Skin flexible wood panel material, Re Wall Naked board, Coe Lux lighting system, Bling Crete light-reflecting concrete and several other novelties have shaped astonishing and unique characteristics of the materials. Materials are the core for scientific and industrial advancements in our life. Advancement in the field of electronic materials, biomaterials, sensors, energy 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 additional evolving class of materials that includes gels, colloids, liquids, foams, and coatings.   

 

  • Track 11-1Bio-aggregates Based Building Materials
  • Track 11-2Materials for Nuclear Plants
  • Track 11-3Electroactive Materials
  • Track 11-4Food Packaging Materials
  • Track 11-5Materials Selection and Design
  • Track 11-6Mechanics of Advanced Materials
  • Track 11-7Materials Management
  • Track 11-8Materials with Complex Behaviour
  • Track 11-9Degradation of Implant Materials
  • Track 11-10Materials for Advanced Packaging
  • Track 11-11Cement Replacement Materials
  • Track 11-12Physics of New Materials
  • Track 11-13 Advanced Aerospace Materials
  • Track 11-14From Molecules to Materials
  • Track 11-15Building materials
  • Track 11-16Nanostructured Materials
  • Track 11-17Microwave Materials
  • Track 11-18Frontiers of Nano-Optoelectronic Systems
  • Track 11-19Issues in Materials Development
  • Track 11-20Heterogeneous Materials
  • Track 11-21Claytronics
  • Track 11-22Aerogels
  • Track 11-23Graphene
  • Track 11-24Design of New Materials
  • Track 11-25Meta materials
  • Track 11-26Materials Beneficiation

Characterization is the vital process in the field of Materials Science, by means of which the materials features, and properties are explored and restrained. Few basic characterization techniques that has been used for centauries include microscopy, spectroscopy and macroscopic testing. Evolving technologies are categorized by vital innovation, moderately fast progression, consistency, prominent impact and ambiguity. The characterization of materials can limit them to techniques such as microscopic structure and properties of materials, while others use the term to mention to any materials analysis process including macroscopic techniques such as mechanical testing, thermal analysis and density calculation. The measure of the structures observed in materials characterization ranges from angstroms, such as in the imaging of individual atoms and chemical bonds, up to centimeters, in the imaging of coarse grain structures in metals. Materials make up the existing world, from the concrete in buildings and bridges to the advanced carbon fibres and ceramics in high-performance cars and even to the nanoparticles in self-cleaning bricks. Materials exploration is varying based on the design, build and new products. The materials in industrial sector embraces zones of mining, transport, chemical, oil and gas, pharmaceutical, aeronautical, food and medical. The existing and future needs of human can be fulfilled by industries in accomplishing the anticipated resolution on goods. The main materials formed by industries are metals, inorganic nonmetals and plastics.

 

  • Track 12-1Battery Testing
  • Track 12-2Progress in Materials Analysis
  • Track 12-3Atomistic Modeling of Materials Failure
  • Track 12-4Materials Synthesis and Characterization
  • Track 12-5Advanced Structural and Functional Materials
  • Track 12-6Photorefractive Effects and Materials
  • Track 12-7Microscopy of Semiconducting Materials
  • Track 12-8Practical Materials Characterization
  • Track 12-9Nondestructive Characterization of Materials
  • Track 12-10Powder Characterization
  • Track 12-11Coatings Characterization
  • Track 12-12Dispersions Characterization
  • Track 12-13Formability of Metallic Materials
  • Track 12-14Materials with Internal Structure
  • Track 12-15Characterization of Advanced Materials
  • Track 12-16Materials Characterisation and Mechanism of Micro-Cutting
  • Track 12-17Nanoscale Imaging and Characterisation
  • Track 12-18Hydrogen Storage Materials
  • Track 12-19Nanoscale Characterisation of Ferroelectric Materials
  • Track 12-20Failure analysis
  • Track 12-21Material comparisons
  • Track 12-22De-formulation
  • Track 12-23Reverse engineering
  • Track 12-24Crystallographic Texture of Materials
  • Track 12-25Phase Change Materials
  • Track 12-263D printed organs
  • Track 12-27Ultrasonic Testing of Materials