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It’s a great pleasure to announce that “United Research Forum” going to organize two days global hybrid event on “2nd International Conference on Advanced Materials Science & Graphene nanotechnology (AMSGN-2022) in Dubai, UAE during May 02-03, 2022.
AMSGN-2022 focusing on the high impact topics of Material Science Engineering, Biomaterials, Ceramics, Graphene Technology, Advanced Materials and Processing with the theme of “Codify revamping innovations in Advanced Materials and Graphene nanotechnology”.
A wide-ranging scientific program consisting of Plenary lectures, Keynote lectures, Invited lectures, Parallel sessions, as well as Poster sessions for young scientists
Scope: Woue like gathering of Materials Engineers, Nanotechnologists, Graphene Scientists from Academics & Industrialist to discuss the creation of novel materials for new applications, improving the performance of Advanced Materials & applications of Graphene nanotechnology.
Publishing: After the conference, all accepted conference abstracts/papers will be published with ISBN and DOI in "United Research Forum" conference proceedings. In addition, all participants will be encouraged to submit an extended full manuscript to one dedicated Special Issue in "Journal of Advanced Materials", URF Publishers on discounted Article Processing Charge (APC) 199 £ (Note: Subjected to peer review).
Who should attend: Materials Engineers; Materials Scientists; Metallurgists; Geotechnical Engineers; Biomedical Engineers; Nanotechnologists; Physicists and Chemists;
Take a break and invest a little time to attend our event at one of the most beautiful cities in Dubai, UAE by gaining experience from the Eminent Scientists & Researchers that will help you to grow professionally and personally. Let us meet to get the tremendous experience with international experts, B2B interactions and to visit the city attractions.
We look forward to welcoming you to AMSGN-2022 in Dubai, UAE.
Organizing Secretary | AMSGN-2022
Materials Science & Engineering Topics:
Growth and Production of Graphene and 2D Materials; Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene; Graphene and Biomaterials in the field of Healthcare; Graphite, Graphene & their Polymer Nano Compounds; Chemistry and Biology studies of Graphene; Nano carbon Materials in Energy; Semiconductor Materials and Nanostructures; Graphene and Ultrathin 2D Materials; Application of Carbon Nanotubes; Application of Graphene Technology; Graphene the Ultra-Capacitor; Emerging Trends in Graphene Experiment; Electrochemistry of diamond and Nano carbon materials; Artificial Graphite and Natural Graphene; Challenges and Opportunities in Graphene commercialization; Graphene and its Oxide; Graphene 3D printing; Graphene Nano in Energy and Storage;
Global Material Science Societies | Nanotechnology Associations | Polymer Science Organizations
European and UK Societies, Associations and Organizations:
British Society for Nanomedicine | Materials Research Society Europe | Federation of European Materials Societies | French Society of Metallurgy and Materials | German Society for Materials Science e.V. | Hellenic Metallurgical Society | Hungarian Society of Materials Science | International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM) | Italian Metallurgy Association | Latvian Materials Research Society | Lithuanian Materials Research Society | Materials Research Society of Serbia | Norwegian Society for Materials Technology | Portuguese Material Society | Slovenian Society of Materials | Society for New Materials and Technologies in Slovakia | Society of Materials Spain | Swiss Association for Materials Science and Technology | Austrian Society for Metallurgy and Materials | Czech Society for New Materials and Technologies | Swedish Society for Materials Technology
USA Societies, Associations and Organizations:
International Association of Nanotechnology (IANT) | American Ceramic Society | Brazilian Society of Materials Research | International Association of Nanotechnology, Inc.| Materials Science Associates | Sociedad Mexicana de Materiales, A.C. | Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration | The Canadian Biomaterials Society | United States Advanced Ceramics Association | Mexico Materials Research Society
Asia - Pacific Societies, Associations and Organizations:
Society for Materials Research Asia Pacific | Australian Materials Research Society | Chinese Materials Research Society | Chinese Society for Biomaterials | Institute of Materials, Malaysia (IMM) | Malaysia Nanotechnology Association | Material Research Society of Indonesia | Materials Australia | Materials Research Society India | The Society of Materials Research Society Japan | Material Resarch Society Korea | Materials Research Society of Russia | Materials Research Society of Taiwan | Materials Research Society Singapore | Japanese Materials Science Society (MSS - Japan) | National Institute for Materials Science | Australasian Society for Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering Inc. | Australian Ceramic Society | Australian Nanotechnology Network | The Materials Research Society of Thailand | African Material Research Society (A-MRS)
International Material Science and Nanotechnology Journals | Academic Publications | Engineering Open Access
ACS Nano | Advanced Materials Science | AIMS Materials Science | American Journal of Materials Science | Annals of Materials Science & Engineering | APL Materials | BMC Materials | Ceramics | Chemistry of Materials | Computational Materials Science | Corrosion and Materials Degradation | Frontiers in Nanotechnology | Functional Materials | IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology | Indian Journal of Materials Science | International Journal of Materials Science and Applications | Journal of Biomicrofluidics | Journal of Manufacturing and Materials Processing | Journal of Material Sciences | Journal of Materials Chemistry | Journal of Materials Science | Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering | Journal of Materials Science & Technology | Journal of Materials Science Research | Journal of Nanomaterials | Journal of Nanophotonics | Journal of Nanotechnology Hindawi | Materials MDPI | Materials & Design | Materials and Structures | Materials Chemistry and Physics | Materials Horizons | Materials Science and Technology | Materials Science Journal | Materials Science: An Indian Journal | Metamaterials | Nano Materials Science | Nano Research | Nanotechnology: IOP Science | Nano Letters | Nanomaterials | Nanoscale | Nanoscale Advances | Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology, and Medicine | Nanoscale Horizons | Nature Materials | Nature Nanotechnology | Open Material Sciences | Polymer Chemistry | Polymers | Progress in Materials Science | Research & Development in Material Science | Research Journal of Material Sciences | Science and Technology of Advanced Materials | Sensors and Materials | The Bulletin of | Materials Science | The Journal of Composite Materials | The Journal of the American Ceramic Society | The Journal of the European Ceramic Society
Rajendar Welcome Letter
Structural materials are those used primarily for their mechanical properties. Our research involves the main classes of materials: metals, ceramics, polymers and composites, as well as sustainable construction materials. Polymers and Composites. ... Mechanical Properties of Glass.
This area has a key role in underpinning the regenerative medicine agenda; the Advanced Materials Leadership Council (AMLC) recognizes the need to develop novel materials for healthcare. Researchers focusing on emerging challenges associated with Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering, such as: generation of curative and customized biomaterials, personalized therapy and stratified medicine; biocompatibility in medical devices and bioelectronics, antimicrobial resistance, and manufacturing / scale-up of cell therapies.
Energy Materials covers current research on materials for energy (all aspects of thermal, renewable and nuclear power generation) and the transmission and storage of the energy produced. It describes how advanced materials make possible efficient energy harvesting, energy transformation and energy storage.
Functional Materials deals with the development of materials that possess native properties and functions, such as ferroelectricity, piezoelectricity, magnetism and energy storage. Functional materials are found across all classes of materials, including ceramics, metals, polymers and organic molecules; they are typically used in electromagnetic applications and in materials for energy applications, such as electro- and magneto- caloric materials for energy storage or solar harvesting functions.
Smart materials are designed materials that have one or more properties that sense and react to environmental conditions or external stimuli such as mechanical, chemical, electrical, or magnetic signals. Smart materials are used in aerospace, textiles, and construction.
From atomic devices and nanomaterials to polymers and expanded solids, science is making a universe of new materials as sensors, molecular transporters, filters, artificial scaffolds and electron conducting or light emitting, with the potential for wide scientifically and societal effect. Materials chemistry includes the design and blend of materials with intriguing or conceivably helpful physical qualities, for example, optical, magnetic, structural or catalytic properties.
Nano indentation has turned into a typical device for the estimation of mechanical properties at smaller scale yet may have significantly more prominent significance as a method for test investigations of materials physics.
Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) combines engineering, physics and chemistry principles to solve real-world problems associated with nanotechnology, biotechnology, information technology, energy, manufacturing and other major engineering disciplines.
MSE is the field that leads in the discovery and development of the stuff that makes everything work.
The fundamentals of polymerization, polymer characteristics, rheology and morphology, as well as the composition, technology, testing and evaluation of various plastics, rubbers, fibres, adhesives, coatings and composites are involved in Polymer Science.
Surface Science is the study of physical and chemical phenomena that occur at the interface of two phases, including solid–liquid interfaces, solid–gas interfaces, solid–vacuum interfaces, and liquid–gas interfaces. It also includes the fields of surface chemistry and surface physics.
Surface Engineering utilizes vast variety of strategies, yet it is the Ion based and Plasma Surface Engineering methods which are attracting the major International interests. Those strategies offer the most encouraging techniques for enhancing surface quality to better control the structure and increment the reproducibility of coatings by exact process control. This is vital, for instance, in providing properties to withstand complex stacking conditions in the corrosive environments.
With the innovative advancements in materials mining, engineering and processing, the present coating materials market may contain a huge number of various selections of materials. A noteworthy thought for most coating processes is that the coating is to be connected at a controlled thickness, and various distinctive procedures are being used to accomplish this control, extending from a basic brush for painting a wall, to some exceptionally costly electronics applying coatings in the electronics business.
Most composites are made by taking one material (the lattice) and having it surrounds filaments or sections of a stronger material (the support). Engineers have numerous options amid the manufacturing procedure to figure out what the properties of the subsequent composite will be. Present day aeronautics has been the essential driver for composite materials, as it has greater demand for materials that are both light and strong.
With the advancement of innovation, ceramics materials are presently being produced in a research center under the watchful eye of a researcher. Ceramic materials are utilized as a part of electronics based on their composition, they might be semiconducting, superconducting, ferroelectric, or an insulator.
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.
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.
Two-dimensional (2D) nanomaterials are composed of thin layers that may have a thickness of at least one atomic layer. Contrary to bulk materials, these nanomaterials have a high aspect ratio (surface-area-to-volume ratio) and therefore have many atoms on their surface.
In two-dimensional nanomaterials (2D), two dimensions are outside the nanoscale and one dimension is only a single or few atomic layers thick. This class exhibits plate-like shapes and includes graphene and other monolayer materials such as MXenes, black phosphorous phosphorene), and diatomic hexagonal boron nitride.
Nanotechnology is the study and application of things that are extremely small and can be used across all the fields of science, such as surface science, organic chemistry, molecular biology, semiconductor physics, micro fabrication, etc. In recent years, materials science is becoming more widely known as a specific field of science and engineering. Nanotechnology gathers Nano robots, materials science, Nano sensors, Micro technology, Forensic engineering, chemical engineering, biology, biological engineering, and electrical engineering. Nanotechnology also includes the discovery, characterization, properties, and end-use of nanoscale materials. The future is with nanoparticles this is only possible only through Nanotechnology, which can be smarter and efficient.