Theme: Theme: Exploring Innovative, advance Research in Nanotechnology and Material Science
Conference Series LLC LTD cordially invites you to the International Conference on Nanotechnology & Material Sciences to be held June 27-28, 2022 Singapore City, Singapore. This Nanotechnology 2022 will focus on the theme “Exploring Innovative, advance Research in Nanotechnology and Material Science” which provides a platform to discuss latest technologies in nanotechnology and material science. It offers a unique and remarkable experience on a global scale to explore innovative technologies in nanotechnology and material science by bringing together leading nanotechnology pioneers from academia and industry to make one outstanding nanotechnology conference.
The Nanotechnology 2022 provides a global platform for discussion, exchange of ideas which includes quick presentations, oral lectures, poster presentations and exhibitions, symposia, workshops, plenary sessions, a forum for young researchers on the latest technologies in nanotechnology and material science. The conference offers networking sessions by bringing together materials science engineers, nanotechnology engineers, researchers from Mining and Metallurgy field, scientists and students from tissue science engineering and biomaterials, delegates from Materials Science and Nanotechnology Associations, Professors, Students, Researchers and Technical Staff from Materials Science and Engineering Department, university students and other members of materiel science teams and young researchers from around the world.
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- Materials Science Engineers
- Nanotechnology Engineers
- Researchers from Mining and Metallurgy field
- Scientists and students from Tissue Science engineering and Biomaterials
- Delegates from Materials Science and Nanotechnology Associations
- Professors, Students, Researchers and Technical Staff from Materials Science and Engineering Department
- Delegates from Materials Science, Semiconductor, Polymer, Fuel Cell and Energy related industries
- Nanotechnology and Materials Science Associations and Societies
- Nanotechnology and Materials Science Faculties
- Directors of Nanotechnology Companies
- Nanotechnology and Materials Engineering Students
- Pharmaceutical Industry Mentors and Marketers
- Nanotechnology and Materials Science Scientists
Track 1: Materials Science & Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering is the study of the properties and applications of materials of construction or manufacture (such as ceramics, metals, polymers and composites). It combines engineering, physics and chemistry principles to solve real-world problems associated with nanotechnology, biotechnology, information technology, energy, manufacturing and other major engineering disciplines.
- Applications of Materials Science
- Emerging Technologies in Materials Science
- Graphene Technology
- Materials Synthesis
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Track 2: Ceramics, Glasses & Composite Materials
A ceramic is a non-metallic inorganic solid made from metallic or non-metallic compounds, usually crystalline oxides, nitrides, or carbides that have been shaped and then hardened by heating to high temperatures. Ceramic materials are brittle, hard and resistant to compression and weak to shear, tension and corrosion. Ceramics have very strong ionic (and/or) covalent bonds. The main constituent classes of technical ceramics are oxides, nitrites, and carbides. Technical ceramics are used to manufacture components for applications in various puppet heads, industrial fields, electronics and turbochargers, and more. Composites are materials that are physically made up of two or more different or man-made elements that have different physical or chemical properties that are stronger than those of the individual materials. There are different types of composites, one made of fiber-reinforced polymers and the other made of grain-reinforced composites. Fiber-reinforced polymer composites are also known as polymer matrix composites. Synthetic materials are widely used to manufacture tennis, aviation, helicopter rotors, sports rackets, badminton and squash, and boats such as kayaks and dinghys.
- Advanced Ceramics
- Brick and Structural Clay
- Ceramic art
Track 3: Advanced Materials & Nano Devices
Advanced materials are defined to refer to all materials that represent an improvement over traditional materials that have been used for thousands of years. Advanced materials include smart materials, semiconductors, biomaterials and nanofabricated materials. Advanced Materials Science focuses on the study of new building materials used in information technology, precision mechanics, space engineering, medicine, and other fields. Nanodevices have a huge impact on improving pollution control, improving human health and longevity, food production and energy conversion. They are the necessary driving forces that enable humanity to harness the cutting-edge technological capabilities of mechanical, magnetic, electronic, and biological systems. Advanced Engineering Materials
- Advanced Functional Materials
- Advanced Energy Materials
- Advanced Healthcare Materials
Track 4: Materials in Green Technology
Green materials are materials that are local and renewable materials. Local materials are unique to the place and connect everything people do in an area. Soil materials such as stone, clay, and sand are green materials. Plant materials such as bamboo, grasses, straw, and wood are also materials used by humans since they started building.
- Renewable and Sustainable Materials in Green Technology
- Green materials for sustainable development
- Green Technology & Alternative Energy
- Green building materials
- Green technology application in construction thesis
Track 5: Biomaterials & Medical Devices
Biomaterials are herbal or synthetic, residing or not and normally include numerous additives that have interaction with organic systems. Biomaterials are utilized in scientific packages to reinforce or update an herbal function. Biomaterials and Medical Devices in oblique touch with organic systems. In scientific packages, biomaterials may be implanted to update or restore lacking tissue. Biomaterials including collagen membranes and bone substitutes are often utilized in regenerative dentistry in addition to for bone and cartilage regeneration in orthopaedics.
- Bioactive glasses
- Biomaterials in spine surgery
- Computational Modeling
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Track 6: Emerging Areas of Materials Science
The capacity of a country to exploit nature as well as the ability to meet the challenges that the posture is determined by in-depth knowledge of materials and the ability to develop and produce them for other applications together. Advanced materials are the center of much technology development affecting our lives. Electronic materials for communication and information technology, fiber optics, laser fiber sensors for intelligent environments, energy materials for renewable energy and environment, light alloys for a better means of transport , Materials for strategic applications, V.V. Advanced documents have a greater role in the coming years because of their many uses and can enhance the help of all mankind. Emerging technologies are technical innovations representing growth in a competitive advantage area. The list of current emerging technologies, which includes some of the most important developments, advancements and innovations taking place in materials science and nanotechnology, are Graphene, Fullerene, Conductive Polymers, Metamaterials, Nanomaterial’s carbon nanotubes, superalloys, lithium-ion batteries, etc. .
- Atomic molecular and laser physics
- Materials Research and Technology
- Materials Science companies and patents
- Materials Science and applications
- Materials tribology: Fundamentals, applications and solutions
- Plasma physics
Track 7: Carbon Nanofibers
Carbon materials take various forms, including graphene, carbon black, activated carbon, fullerene, graphite, carbon fiber, carbon nanotube, and diamond. These forms differ greatly in applications, structure, properties and manufacturing method. Applications for these forms of carbon include environmental, electronic, electromagnetic, electrochemical, and biomedical applications.
- Carbon nanotubes
- Carbon Nano chips and nanostructures
Track 8: Graphene
Graphene is the world's first 2D material and the most flexible, thinnest and strongest material. Graphene is a special form of carbon that can conduct electricity and heat better than anything else. Graphene is essentially a layer of graphite, a layer of sp2-bonded carbon atoms arranged in a honeycomb (hexagonal) lattice. 2D materials, also known as monolayers, are crystalline materials made up of a single layer of atoms. Materials applications in photovoltaics, semiconductors, electrodes and water purification.
- Graphene and fullerenes
- Graphene and ultra-tin 2D materials
- Graphene 3D printing
- Graphene The Ultra-Capacitor
- Graphene devices
Track 9: Electronic, Optical & Magnetic Materials
Electronic materials are commonly used materials as building blocks in a variety of device applications. These elements can be LEDs, memory and screens and can simply be seen in everyday electronic devices such as tablets, GPS devices, LED bulbs, mobile phones, computers, etc. computers, laptops, TVs and monitors. The evolution of size and level of functionality requires continuous efforts to develop innovative materials to meet the technological challenges associated with the development of these devices. Optical materials are substances used to control the flow of light. This may include reflecting, absorbing, focusing or splitting an optical beam. The effectiveness of a particular material for each task is highly wavelength dependent, so a complete understanding of the interaction between light and matter is needed. Magnetic materials are materials used mainly because of their magnetic properties. A material that responds to an applied magnetic field can be characterized as diamagnetic, paramagnetic, ferromagnetic, or antiferromagnetic.
- Electronic Materials and Devices
- Quantum Materials.
- Nanofabrication and Processing.
- Point Defects, Doping and Extended Defects.
Track 10: Corrosion Engineering
Corrosion engineering is an engineering discipline that applies scientific, engineering, engineering skills and knowledge of the laws of nature and physical resources to the design and implementation of materials, structures, and processes. , equipment, systems and processes for corrosion management. From a holistic perspective, corrosion is the return of metals to their natural state. The driving force that causes metals to corrode is a consequence of their temporary existence in the metallic form. To produce metals from natural minerals and ores, a certain amount of energy is required, for example: Iron ore in a blast furnace.
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Track 11: Polymer Technology
Polymer Technology is an integrated precision injection molding machine of ceramics, advanced polymers and metals supporting the medical, defense, aerospace and industrial sectors. Polymer technology is used in the fields of electronics and electrical materials, textiles, aerospace industry, automotive industry, etc. Recent developments in polymer technology have enhanced the field of materials science by increasing the use of polymer-based substances in electrical engineering, communications and building materials. To Packaging Materials, Novelty Decorations, Cars, Airplanes, etc.
- Lasers in Polymer Science and Technology
- Polymer Matrix Composites and Technology
- Metal Matrix Composites and Technology
Track 12: Metamaterials
Metamaterials are a new class of functional materials designed around unique nanoscale and microscopic patterns or structures, causing them to interact with light and other forms of energy in unexpected ways. The properties of these man-made composites are derived from the internal micro and nanostructure rather than the chemical composition of the natural material.
- Electromagnetic metamaterials
- Elastic Metamaterials
- Acoustic Metamaterials
- Structural Metamaterials
- Thermal Metamaterials
Track 13: Energy Materials & Applications
The word energetic material is used to define any material that can react to release energy. An energetic material is a material that has a large amount of stored chemical energy that can be released. Energetic materials include a wide variety of materials that may have applications in energy conversion or transmission. In addition, energy materials can play a role in reducing energy consumption or efficiency of existing equipment. Research on energy materials is huge, from technical devices. The energy materials category is extremely broad and includes everything from common fuels used to power cars such as gasoline and diesel, to highly explosives such as gunpowder, dynamite and TNT.
- Solar Energy
- Solar Systems Integration
- Concentrating Solar Thermal for Electricity, Chemicals, and Fuels
- Photovoltaic Materials, Devices, Modules, and Systems
- Renewable Energy
- Energy Storage & Grid Modernization
Track 14: Optoelectronic materials
Optoelectronics is based on the quantum mechanical effects of light on electronic materials, especially semiconductors. Optoelectronics concerns the study and application of electronic devices that source, detect and control light. Optoelectronic devices consist of different semiconductor alloys lying on substrates. Optoelectronic technology is a new technology formed by the combination of photon technology and electronic technology. Photon technology can cause an industrial revolution that supersedes electronic technology, because it will have a deeper impact on industry and society.
- Dye-Sensitized Solar Cell (DSSC)
- Flexible Printed Electronics.
- Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED)
- Organic Photovoltaic (OPV)
Track 15: Nano electronics
Nanoelectronics refers to the use of nanotechnology in electronic components. The term covers a wide range of devices and materials, all of which are so small that their interactions between atoms and quantum mechanical properties require extensive study. Nanoelectronics holds the answer to how we can increase the capabilities of electronic devices while reducing their weight and power consumption. Nanotechnology in electronics provides faster, smaller and more portable systems. Nanoelectronics increases the capabilities of electronic devices, improves the density of memory chips, and reduces the power consumption and size of transistors used in integrated circuits. Some of the widely used materials in nanoelectronics include
- zero-dimensional materials like quantum dots
- one-dimensional materials like nanotubes and nanowires; nanoclusters and nanocomposites
- carbon-based materials like carbon nanotubes (CNTs), fullerenes and graphene
Track 16: Nano biotechnology
Nanotechnology is a new field of science that introduces specific physicochemical and biological properties of nanostructures and their applications in various fields such as medicine and agriculture. Nanotechnology is the application of nanotechnology in the field of biology. Chemists, physicists, and biologists all treat nanotechnology as a branch of their own subject and collaboration in which each contributes equally is common. One result is the field of nanotechnology that combines the use of biological raw materials, biological design principles, or has biological or medical applications. As biotechnology deals with the metabolic and other physiological processes of biological objects including microorganisms, combined with nanotechnology, nanotechnology can play an important role in the development of biotechnologies. Develop and implement many useful tools in the study of life. Although the integration of nanomaterials with biology has led to the development of diagnostic devices, contrast agents, analysis tools, therapies and pharmaceutical vehicles, finding biotechnology still in the period of water eggs.
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Nanotechnology includes fields of science as diverse as molecular nanotechnology, surface science, organic chemistry, molecular biology, semiconductor physics, energy storage, micro-fabrication, and molecular engineering. The technology finds applications in a gamut of industries such as medicine & healthcare, environment, ICT, energy, nano-EHS, and others. According to the International Trade Center (ITC), the trade of semiconductors including diodes and transistors was valued at $119.02 billion in 2020. This also reflects with the booming semiconductor market that had a valuation of $420 to $430 billion as of 2020, and the demand for semiconductors is going to observe a CAGR of 10% to 12% over the forecast period 2020-2025. Similarly, other electronic products that utilize nanotechnology are witnessing a steady growth in terms of revenue. A key application of nanotechnology is found in electronics and semiconductor products segment, which is estimated to grow at a substantial CAGR of 15.01% through to 2025.
Nanotechnology Market Challenges:
The most challenging aspect in the nanotechnology market is scalability of production. Even though nanomaterials impart an outstanding functional performance in the laboratory or prototype stage, the scalability factor is dwarfing the nanotechnology market size. Hence, some of the most propitious applications are in the R&D stage. However, in the future, significant developments are expected in the application of nanotechnology with a profitable commercialization in the automotive, aerospace, and sporting goods industry. Furthermore, the technology will help in effective treatment of cancer which will support the vendors in the nanotechnology market.
Nanotechnology Market Research Scope:
The base year of the study is 2020, with forecast done up to 2025. The study presents a thorough analysis of the competitive landscape, taking into account the market shares of the leading companies. It also provides information on unit shipments. These provide the key market participants with the necessary business intelligence and help them understand the future of the nanotechnology market. The assessment includes the forecast, an overview of the competitive structure, the market shares of the competitors, as well as the market trends, market demands, market drivers, market challenges, and product analysis. The nanotechnology market research report also analyses the application of the same in various industries by product type that includes nano composites, nano devices, nano tools, nano materials, and others.
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Ceramics, Glasses & Composite Materials
- Advanced Materials & Nano Devices
- Materials in Green Technology
- Biomaterials & Medical Devices
- Emerging Areas of Materials Science
- Carbon Nanofibers
- Electronic, Optical & Magnetic Materials
- Corrosion Engineering
- Polymer Technology
- Energy Materials & Applications
- Optoelectronic materials
- Nano electronics
- Nano biotechnology
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