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3rd Global Conference on Smart Materials and Nanotechnology, will be organized around the theme “Material science and Nanotechnology with emerging innovations and advancements”
Materials Congress 2020 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Materials Congress 2020
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New materials and the advancement of materials play a crucial role in emerging technologies that have been the major growth areas for the economy. Advancements in solar power, Medical and many more can all be achieved from new Materials and their utilization for the advancement.
- Track 1-1Application of Polymers
- Track 1-2Prefabrication
- Track 1-3Thermal mass in buildings
- Track 1-4Petroleum Industry
- Track 1-5Textile Industry
- Track 1-6Medical field
- Track 1-7Studies in Archaeology
- Track 1-8Studies on Basic Materials and Properties
- Track 1-9Nano Technology
- Track 1-10Advanced Crystallography
- Track 1-11Integrated Circuits
Biomaterials are natural or synthetic, alive or lifeless, and which are usually made of multiple components that interact with biological systems. Biomaterials are used in medical applications to augment or replace a natural function. Biomaterials can be derived from nature or can be synthesized in the laboratory using different chemical approaches utilizing polymers, metallic components, ceramics or composite materials. Biomaterials should be compatible with the body. There are often issues of biocompatibility which must be resolved before any product can be placed on the market and used in a clinical setting. Hence, biomaterials are usually subjected to the same requirements like those undergone by new drug therapies. Biopolymers are polymers which are produced by living organisms. Proteins and peptides, Cellulose and starch, and DNA and RNA are all examples of biopolymers, in which the monomeric units are amino acids, sugars, and nucleotides respectively.
- Track 2-1Joint replacements and artificial ligaments and tendons
- Track 2-2Bone plates and Bone cement
- Track 2-3Intraocular lenses (IOLs) for eye surgery
- Track 2-4Blood vessel prostheses, Heart valves and Stents
- Track 2-5Dental implants for tooth fixation
Alloys are the combination of Metals. Metals are highly crystalline in nature which is the source to their ability in deformation plastically and in resisting failure under heavy loading. Study of Metal Alloys has now been the interesting part of the Material Science. Iron, the metallic alloy in use today has the largest commercial value. Due to the chemical reactivity of metals like Aluminium, Titanium and Magnesium have recently developed while copper has its significance from considerably long time.
- Track 3-1Material Science in Metallurgy
- Track 3-2High Carbon Steel
Graphene was the initial 2D Materials to be separated. Graphene and other two-dimensional materials have a not insignificant rundown of one of a kind properties that have made it an interesting issue for exceptional logical research and the advancement of mechanical applications. These additionally have colossal potential in their own privilege or in blend with Graphene. The unprecedented physical properties of Graphene and other 2D materials can possibly both upgrade existing innovations and furthermore make a scope of new applications. Unadulterated Graphene has an outstandingly extensive variety of mechanical, warm and electrical properties. Graphene can likewise incredibly enhance the heat conductivity of a Materials enhancing heat dispersal. In applications which require high electrical conductivity Graphene can either be utilized without anyone else or as an added substance to different materials. Indeed, even in low focuses Graphene can significantly improve the capacity of electrical charge to stream in a material. Graphene's capacity to store electrical vitality at high densities is remarkable. This property added to its capacity to quickly charge and release.
- Track 4-1Makes it appropriate for vitality stock.
- Track 4-2Graphene and 2D properties
- Track 4-3Carbon Nanotubes
- Track 4-4Graphene Synthesis
Mining designing includes the extraction of assets from the earth and their refining to crude mechanical materials. Quite a bit of this includes geography, mechanical designing, concoction building and such. Material Science is "further down the production network" engaged with applying a large number of the assets of mining to particular innovative work. Some of this can include applications to items yet frequently designs (particularly mechanical and construction engineers) do that all the more regularly, depending on crafted by materials researchers to enable them to choose what materials to utilize.
- Track 5-1Material Science in surface Mining
- Track 5-2Dredging and underwater Mining
Material Science has a significant role in civil engineering and Construction science. It studies behind the properties and behaviour of construction's most of the fundamental materials like metals, polymers, timber, cement and concrete, bricks and blocks, glass and plaster. Latest research with the application of thermodynamics, kinetics, micromechanics, computer-assisted visualization tools, and an appreciation of construction processes to solve problems have been carried out.
- Track 6-1Naturally occurring substances
- Track 6-2Zero-energy building
- Track 6-3Biocide natural building material
The primitive earthenware production made by people were stoneware objects, including 27,000-year-old puppets, produced using mud, either without anyone else's input or mixed with different materials like silica, solidified, sintered, in flame. Later pottery was coated and let go to deliver smooth, hued surfaces, diminishing porosity using lustrous, undefined earthenware coatings over the crystalline artistic substrates. Earthenware production right now incorporates household, mechanical and building items, and in addition an expansive scope of artistic workmanship. In the twentieth century, new clay materials were produced for use in the cutting-edge artistic building. Polymers are explored in the fields of Biophysics and macromolecular science, and polymer science (which include polymer science and polymer Material Science). Composite materials are by and large utilized for structures, scaffolds and structures like pontoon frames, swimming pool boards, race auto bodies; shower slows down, baths, stockpiling tanks, impersonation stone and refined marble sinks and ledges. According to the worldwide market investigation, in 2014, the Composite materials industry is required to produce an income of roughly 156.12 billion U.S. dollars.
- Track 7-1Ultra high-Temperature ceramics
- Track 7-2Glass Ceramics
- Track 7-3Ceramic composites
- Track 7-4Ceramic Applications
Spintronics on a very basic level contrasts from customary hardware in that, notwithstanding charge state, electron turns are abused as a further level of flexibility, with suggestions in the productivity of information stockpiling and exchange. Spintronic frameworks are regularly acknowledged in weaken attractive semiconductors (DMS) and Haussler composites and are exceptionally compelling in the field of quantum registering. Spintronics rose up out of disclosures in the 1980s concerning turn subordinate electron transport marvels in strong state gadgets. This incorporates the perception of turn enraptured electron infusion from a ferromagnetic metal to a typical metal by Johnson and Silsbee (1985) and the disclosure of monster magneto resistance freely by Albert Fret and Peter Gruenberg. The starting points of spintronics can be followed to the ferromagnetic superconductor burrowing tests spearheaded by Meservey and Tedrow and beginning investigations on attractive passage intersections by Julliard in the 1970s. The utilization of semiconductors for spintronics started with the hypothetical proposition of a turn field-impact transistor by Data and Das in 1990 and of the electric dipole turn reverberation by Rash in 1960.
- Track 8-1Basic research on Spintronics
- Track 8-2Future applications
Semiconductor gadgets have supplanted thermionic gadgets (vacuum tubes) in many applications. Semiconductor gadgets are made both as single discrete gadgets and as integrated circuits (ICs), which comprise of a number—from a couple to millions—of gadgets fabricated and interconnected on a solitary semiconductor substrate.
- Track 9-1Electric Circuits
- Track 9-2Diodes, Transistors, LED
Chemistry plays a significant role in Material Science since it provides information about the composition and structure of materials, leading to the processes to synthesize and use them. Chemical engineering and applied chemistry fields make fair contributions to the development of materials and their synthesis. Chemical properties of materials owe to the physical nature and appearance of the materials corresponding to various aspects like durability, flexibility, polymer nature and more.
- Track 10-1Polymers
- Track 10-2Crystallization
- Track 10-3Chemical Characterization
- Track 10-4Synthesis of materials
Polymer Science includes synthesis, catalysis, kinetics and chemical transformations of super molecular structures, macromolecules and also the polymer matrix-based composites. Polymer Science is one of the prominent subdivisions of material science which is showing extensive applications in both engineering technology and medical fields. Biopolymers have seen a large-scale research and use in the medical field in recent times. Various biodegradable polymers have shown increased scope in terms of environmental and health aspects. Advanced polymers and composites are being developed for various applications ranging from civil engineering to nanotechnology.
- Track 11-1Polymer chemistry
- Track 11-2Polymer physics
- Track 11-3Biopolymers
- Track 11-4Plastics
- Track 11-5Elastomers
An audit of advances for flying machine motor auxiliary materials and procedures is introduced. Enhanced materials, for example, super alloys, and the procedures for making turbine plates and sharp edges have majorly affected the ability of present-day gas turbine motors. New auxiliary materials, quite composites and intermetallic materials, are developing that will in the long run additionally upgrade motor execution, diminish motor weight, and along these lines empower new flying machine frameworks. Later on, fruitful aviation makers will consolidate item plan and materials brilliance with enhanced assembling techniques to expand creation proficiency, improve item quality, and diminishing the motor advancement process duration.
- Track 12-1Super Alloys, Aerospace Exploration
- Track 12-2Intermetallic materials
The use of nanotechnology in medicine emphasizes many useful possibilities. Nanotechnology in medicine involves applications of nanoparticles which are currently under development and also longer-range research which involves the use of Nano-robots to make repairs at the cellular level. Nano medicine is the major advanced outcome in the field of medicine. The major applications of Nanotechnology in medicine are Drug Delivery, Therapy, Anti-Microbial Techniques, and Cell Repair. Nanoparticles for the treatment of cancer by targeted delivery to cancer cells are the most beneficial advancement in cancer therapy. Nano crystalline silver for treating wounds and others like quantum dots, Nano capsules containing antibiotics etc. as anti-microbial treatments are outcomes of nanotechnology.
- Track 13-1Drug Delivery
- Track 13-2Therapy Techniques
- Track 13-3Diagnostic Techniques
- Track 13-4Anti-Microbial Techniques
- Track 13-5Cell Repair
Increasing capabilities of electronic devices can be increased while reducing their weight and power consumption using Nanotechnology. Nano crystals deposited on plastic sheets form flexible electronic circuits. Nano magnets are used as switches. Silver nanoparticle ink used to print prototype circuit boards using standard inkjet printers. Bucky balls are used to build dense, low power memory devices Efficient and cost-effective ways of energy production using nanotechnology are being explored. Various explorations are producing high-efficiency light bulbs, Generating electricity from waste heat using nanotubes, graphene layers to increase the binding energy of hydrogen to the graphene surface in a fuel tank, and many other efficient techniques are produced using nanotechnology.
- Track 14-1Silicon Nano photonics
- Track 14-2Nanotube transistors
- Track 14-3Copper nanoparticles
- Track 14-4Magnetic quantum dots
- Track 14-5Plasmonic cavities
- Track 14-6Nanotechnology in Solar Cells
Photonics is the branch of technology involved with the transmission and properties of photons covering all technical applications of light over the whole spectrum with generation, manipulation, and detection studying various aspects of modulation, emission, signal processing, transmission, amplification, switching, and sensing. optical properties of Semiconductors and nanostructures with respect to recent advances in optical investigations of materials with micrometric and sub-micrometric structures is called Nano photonics and it is a rapidly evolving field of research.
- Track 15-1Photonic crystals
- Track 15-2Plasmatic structures
- Track 15-3Quantum dot
Coating materials are used to a cover the surface of an object which is mainly used for their protective and functional properties. Different attributes like strength, anti-scratch, abrasion protection, bio-compatibility, photonic properties and many more are added or enhanced using coating materials. Nano coating is a Nano scale thin-film with a thickness of a few tens to a few hundreds of nanometres that are applied to surfaces. Different metals, alloys, carbon forms, polymers and ceramics are used in coatings.
- Track 16-1Aluminium & Aluminium Alloys
- Track 16-2Carbon Steels
- Track 16-3Copper
- Track 16-4Nickel & Nickel Alloys
- Track 16-5Stainless Steels
Magnetic materials are used and studied primarily for their magnetic properties. The magnetic response of materials can be largely determined by the magnetic dipole moment which is associated with the intrinsic angular momentum, or spin, of its electrons. All types of materials and substances possess some kind of magnetic properties which are broadly classified as Paramagnetic, Diamagnetic, Ferrimagnetic, Antiferromagnetic and Ferromagnetic. Magnetic materials have a wide variety of usage in different fields mainly in the electronic field.
- Track 17-1Magnetic materials in Electronics
- Track 17-2Nano magnet
- Track 17-3Ferrites
- Track 17-4Permanent magnets
- Track 17-5Electromagnet
Nano medicine can be characterized as medicinal use of nanotechnology. Nano medicine ranges from the restorative utilizations of nanomaterial’s and organic gadgets. Nanomaterial’s can be helpful for both in vivo and in vitro biomedical research and applications and reconciliation of nanomaterial’s with science has prompted the improvement of cutting-edge demonstrative gadgets, exercise-based recuperation applications, explanatory instruments, differentiate operators and medication conveyance vehicles. Nano science and Molecular Nanotechnology is the new edges of science and advancement in Europe and around the world, working at the measure of individual particles. Top specialists and what's more policymakers general praise the focal points it would pass on to the entire society and economy: a vast segment of them request the key part research would play in the quality creation strategy to make exploitable game plan of advancements by the European business inciting a choice of exceptional applications, things, markets and gainful wage sources.
- Track 18-1Nano Medicine
- Track 18-2Nano Bio-Technology
- Track 18-3Nano Fabrication
- Track 18-4Nano Patterning
- Track 18-5Nano Patterning
- Track 18-6Nano Lithography