19th International Conference and Exhibition on Materials Science and Engineering
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We take this as a stage to thank all our captivated Materials Scientists and Student specialists.In this mind-boggling fulfillment, Conference Series LLC Ltd feel regarded to mean the following Materials Science 2019 gathering, the 19th International Conference and Exhibition on Materials Science and Engineering amid March 25-26, 2019 in Yokohama, Japan with the topic: Advanced Materials for Sustainability: Exploring new insights and Innovative 1: Fundamentals of Materials ScienceThis session offers a strong introduction to fundamental concepts on the source of material science which can be found in macro to micro structures. Materials are divided into two different classes: Crystalline and Non Crystalline materials which includes metals, ceramics, polymers, semiconductors. Materials science also deals with bonding properties, material synthesis, thermodynamics and kinetic 2: Materials in ResearchMaterials science has received attention from researchers. The research in this field includes Nano materials, Biomaterials science which encloses elements of medicine, biology, chemistry, tissue engineering. Intricate systems such as Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials. The research in material science also includes in increases computing 3: Materials Science & EngineeringMaterials Science provides a broad-gauge on theoretical and practical review of advanced materials design and processing. Therefore, focus on the structural materials. Which is divided into three broad categories they are Crystallography and crystal defects – It covers crystal systems, crystal structures etc., Phase diagram and heat treatment – It covers, Gibbs phase rule, one component systems, binary phase diagrams, lever rule, iron-carbon phase diagram and heat treatment, Mechanical properties – Includes Elastic and plastic deformation, ultimate tensile strength, cold/hot 4: Materials in IndustryMaterials science in Industry has many applications which include materials design that incorporate the classic principles of good design with the transformation of technology and sciences, cost-benefit in industrial production of materials, processing methods like rolling, welding, casting, crystal growth, thin-film deposition, ion implantation, glass blowing, etc. and analytic methods such as electron microscopy, calorimetry, X-ray diffraction 5: Materials in EnergyIn the search for other energy sources, we must make new discoveries in materials science. We need catalysts to change feedstock into fuels, Materials for transporting energy and storage which deals with storage of electric energy, including lithium batteries and super capacitors. Materials for energy harvesting encompass various technologies to harvest solar energy. Materials for energy conversion with fuel cells and thermoelectric materials. Our goal is to design advanced energy materials with useful 6: Materials for Energy ApplicationThis provides new, innovative materials required for the transition to a sustainable energy system. This area includes fundamental studies into potential materials for photovoltaic, fuel cell, semiconductors for future energy uses. This area only includes research into the materials systems for present and future technologies for energy. The view of material for energy application profile is to improve the sustainable energy system and to make world identified in contributing 7: Materials in Green TechnologyThis technology reduces the environmental impact on building sectors. The demand for building materials is shifting towards environmentally preferable or green materials due to consumer demand. These technologies would either decrease environmental impact through the development of more environmentally sustainable materials and products, or even by the generation and conservation of resources such as energy and 8: Nanotechnology in Materials ScienceThe most interesting about nanotechnology is that materials have a property of changing size scale of their dimensions into nanometres. New techniques to create Nano phase materials have arisen in the development of new class of materials. For instance, a Nano phase material with an average grain size of 5nm has about 50% of the atoms within the first two nearest neighbour planes of a grain boundary in which significant displacements from normal lattice positions are displaced. The basic idea being to produce new disordered solid which contains a high density of defect cores whose 50% or more of the atoms reside in the core of the 9: Nano BiomedicineThe areas of nanotechnology has it boundary with basic studies in biology, as well as its application to the fields of medicine. Nano biomedicine will also include all the key aspects of this research field, but the research is not limited to bioengineering, biophysics, physical and biological chemistry, and physiology, but is consists of Nano technological applications in diagnostics, therapeutic application, preventive medicine, drug delivery, and monitoring of human 10: Nano CompositesNanoparticles have been added to improve a particular property of the material which forms a Nano Composite. The Nano composite is to use blocks of building with dimensions like one-dimensional, two-dimensional, three-dimensional and amorphous materials in nanometre which creates and design new formation of materials with flexibility and improvement in their physical properties. These are made of particularly different components and mixed at the nanometre scale. Composite events, composite trade shows can increase the 11: Metallurgy and Metal Science The technology of metals is called Metallurgy, the way in which science is applied for the production of metals, and the engineering of metal components. Metallurgy and materials science assistance the growth of solid state electronics of high purity, macroscopically disorder of free silicon crystals, which reduces of growth and processing that induced faults in silicon and elimination of electro migration in thin metallic conductors. Metallurgy is divided into ferrous metallurgy and non-ferrous metallurgy. Nano structured and ultrafine materials have properties such as ultra-fine 12: Metal Casting TechnologyThe technology of shaping oldest materials is called metal casting. Casting means molten metal is pouring into a mold with an orbit of the shape to be created, and allowing it to solidify. When solidified, the required metal object is taken out from the mold either by fragmentation of the mold or by taking the mold apart. The solidified object is called the casting. The metal casting industry plays a key role in all the major sectors of economy. There are castings sectors like in locomotives, cars trucks, aircraft, office buildings, factories, schools, and : Soft Materials & PolymersThe research in fundamental and applied science of polymers, soft materials and polymer based Nano composites is dedicated to Polymeric and soft materials section. Three different groups are working under this section on multiple aspects of material science and nanotechnology with reference to polymeric materials. Soft Materials & Polymers includes Polymer fibers, and hydrogels, Polymer gels, Antibody-polymer interactions and 14: Bio Materials and Tissue EngineeringMaterials that can stimulate helpful biological responses from the body, such as the stimulation of tissue repair. Uniting materials design and manufacturing with cell therapy can be achieved by the tissue manufacturing. Biomaterials process contains synthesis, processing, and description of novel materials and composites. Introducing Nano topography and nanoparticles as therapeutic agents deliver an exciting approach to moderate cell performance. Also improving latest synthetic biocompatible polymeric materials with unparalleled task and penetrating their biological 15: Advanced Materials Design & ProcessingAdvanced Materials science is beneficial for studying the relationship between structure, properties, and uses of materials. The aim is to be the major source of preliminary communication for scientists to study the structure and properties of all manufacturing materials. The Specific material areas covered are Composite Materials, Polymers, Inorganic Materials, Nano materials, Materials Synthesis, Materials at Extreme Conditions. Advanced Materials and their processing are at the heart of many technological improvements that are in our 16: Computational Materials ScienceFor solving materials related problems in Computational materials science involves computational tools which consist of different mathematical logics for investigating problems at multiple length and time, which help in understanding evolution of material structures and how these structures effectively can control the properties material. Generation of electronic structure and finite systems methods comes under computational materials science. Molecular dynamics a computer simulation method is used to study the physical moments of atoms and 17: Electronic and Magnetic MaterialsThe research in Electronic and Magnetic materials field unites the essential values of solid state physics and chemistry for manufacturing of materials science. Intermolecular interactions are also known as molecular interactions. Changes in molecular interactions involves in melting, unfolding, strand separation, boiling. The basic parameters of electronic and magnetic materials are rigid rotation and time dependence. This is related to the computer simulation method to identify the movements physically to interact with atoms and molecules for a given period in order to generate the system for evolution.
AGENDA 2018----------------------------------2019 Upcoming Soon----------------------------------Day 1 February 19, 2018 Conference Hall: Berlin08:30-09:00 Registrations09:00-09:30 Opening CeremonyKeynote ForumIntroduction09:30-10:10 Title: Creating the materials of tomorrowJoseph W Newkirk, Missouri University of Science & Technology, USA10:10-10:50 Title: Complexity and anisotropy of plastic flow of commercially pure Ti on multiple scalesMikhail A Lebyodkin, Université de Lorraine, France Panel DiscussionNetworking & Refreshment Break 10:50-11:10 @ Le FoyerGroup PhotoSessions: Graphene and 2D MaterialsSession Chair: Joseph W Newkirk, Missouri University of Science & Technology, USASession Co-chair: Alejandro Pacheco-Sanjuán, Federico Santa María Technical University, USASession Introduction11:10-11:30Title: Discrete differential geometry concepts for the analysis of finite deformations insingle and multi-layered 2D nano-structuresAlejandro Pacheco-Sanjuán, Federico Santa María Technical University, USA11:30-11:50Title: Electrically controllable spin states in single-layer graphene: Direct observation byESR spectroscopyKazuhiro Marumoto, University of Tsukuba, Japan11:50-12:10Title: Theoretical design of flat building blocks for flat silicene with density functionaltheory calculationsMasae Takahashi, Tohoku University, Japan12:10-12:30 Title: Transfer free graphene growth at and below 250oC using novel catalystsMasaki Tanemura, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan12:30-12:50Title: Challenges and dimensions of collective memory to conserve housing networkwithin an urban context as modern monument: General consideration and thecase of siedlung gropius törten estate in dessau’s modern monument with materialcontradictionsSayed Ahmed, Anhalt University of Applied Sciences Dessau, Germany12:50-13:10Title: Understanding the unique electronic properties of nano structures usingphotoemission theorySoonnam Kwon, Pohang Accelerator Laboratory, Republic of Korea Lunch break 13:10-14:00 @ Food and MoreSessions: Materials Science and Engineering | Advanced Materials and Devices | Materials Physics |Energy MaterialsSession Chair: Laeticia Petit, Tampere University of Technology, FinlandSession Co-chair: Mikhail A Lebyodkin, Université de Lorraine, FranceSession Introduction14:00-14:20 Title: Strong correlation effects on the electrical permittivity of two-dimensional systemsRaymond Fresard, Normandy University, France14:20-14:40 Title: n-type doping of diamond for electronicsMarie-Amandine Pinault-Thaury, Scientific Research National Center, France14:40-15:00 Title: Novel phosphate glass-ceramics and particles-containing phosphate glassesLaeticia Petit, Tampere University of Technology, Finland15:00-15:20 Title: The theory of chaos and its impact on fashion designNashwa El Shafei, Damietta University, Egypt15:20-15:40 Title: Present status and future prospects for super low-cost Cu2O-based solar cellsToshihiro Miyata, Kanazawa Institute of Technology, JapanNetworking & Refreshment Break 15:40-16:00 @ Le Foyer16:00-16:20 Title: Topological hetero-structures of layered telluride compoundsYuta Saito, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan16:20-16:40Title: Main-chain polyelectrolyte based on 1,2,3-triazolium with pentaethylene oxide spacerobtained via click chemistry for all-solid state electrochromic device applicationsJohn Marc C Puguan, Myongji University, Republic of KoreaDay 2 February 20, 2018Conference Hall: BerlinKeynote Forum09:30-10:10 Title: The children’s school micro climate’s wear at different humidity conditions pressureAhmad Elsyed Tahan, Damietta University, Egypt10:10-10:50 Title: Development of SiC based nanocomposites with enhanced electrical conductivityPavol Hvizdos, The Institute of Materials Research of Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia Panel DiscussionNetworking & Refreshment Break 10:50-11:05 @ Le FoyerSessions: Ceramics and Composite Materials | Nanotechnology in Materials Science | Polymer Scienceand EngineeringSession Chair: Ahmad Elsyed Tahan, Damietta University, EgyptSession Co-chair: Pavol Hvizdos, The Institute of Materials Research of Slovak Academy of Sciences, SlovakiaSession Introduction11:05-11:25Title: Spark plasma sintering of boron carbide ceramics: Densification mechanisms andthermomechanical propertiesGuy Antou, University of Limoges, France11:25-11:45 Title: Fabrication of carbon nanostructures by advanced plasma nano-processesMineo Hiramatsu, Meijo University, Japan11:45-12:05Title: Different roles of carbonate additives on hexagonal boron nitride microstructureprepared from urea and boric acidHajar Ghanbari, Iran University of Science & Technology, Iran12:05-12:25 Title: Anisotropic radio-chemically pore-filled composite proton exchange membranes for fuel cellTauqir A Sherazi, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Pakistan Video Presentation 12:25-12:45Lunch Break 12:45-13:30 @ Food and MorePoster Presentations 13:30-14:00 @ Le FoyerMRC 01 Title: Chemical Stability of zinc stannate in aqueous mediaSadiye Pelin Erden, Anadolu University, TurkeyMRC 02 Title: Elaboration and structural characterization of new materials of KDP-FamilyRawdha Dekhili, Université de Lorraine, FranceMRC 03Title: Numerical and experimental study on temperature energy harvesting in barium titanate/copper laminated compositesHiroki Takeuchi, Tohoku University, JapanMRC 04 Title: Utilization of designed Al-doped ZnO (MicNo®-AZO) particles for antistatic applicationsPinar Sengun, Anadolu University, TurkeyMRC 05Title: Semitransparent perovskite solar cell with increased stability of top laminated carbonnanotube compositeInga Ermanova, National University of Science and Technology, RussiaMRC 06 Title: Microstructure evolution and nitriding behaviors of **-Fe alloys in rapid solidification processChunyan Song, North China University of Science and Technology, ChinaMRC 07 Title: Synthesis of complex-shaped microparticles via phase separation in microfluidic deviceKyoung Duck Seo, Wonkwang University, Republic of KoreaMRC 08 Title: Effect of polydopamine-modified surface for electrospun LiFePO4 cathode materialMi-Ra Shin, Korea National University of Transportation, Republic of KoreaMRC 09Title: In situ AlN/Al2O3 composite powder formation using dextrose-assisted carbothermalreductionHajar Ghanbari, Iran University of Science & Technology, IranAward Ceremony
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