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International Conference on Material Science and Nanotechnology, will be organized around the theme “Make the future with Material Science & Nanotechnology”

Materials Nanotech 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 Nanotech 2020

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This session offers a strong introduction to fundamental concepts on the source of Material science. It delivers the central issues of materials science, and includes innovative research on Atomic and Nano structures and also micro and macro structures. The fundamentals of material science also deal with the Crystallography, bonding properties, material synthesis and with thermodynamic and kinetic properties.

 

The Materials in research presents several important topics on Nanomaterials and Biomaterials. It deals with developments and challenges in Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials and prospects that have increased from Computational Materials Science and Materials Theory. The developments of surface science and engineering are also discussed in this session.

 

Energy and sustainability are currently driving science and technology. Concerns on environment and the source of fossil fuel driven researchers to explore technological solutions with alternative forms of energy resource and storing. New materials and material assemblies are the core of this research undertaking. Fuel cells are used in the generation of materials energy. The development and discovery of new materials is intimately connected for the search of cleaner, smaller, cheaper and more efficient energy technologies. The assembly emphases on materials-based solutions to the energy problem through a series of case studies exemplifying improvements in energy-related materials research. Battery technology is strapped more in electric vehicle applications, which need more lightweight, high voltage and fast charging batteries. Solar thermal energy is different from Solar panel or photovoltaic technology. Heat is created by the light from the sun in concentration with solar thermal electric energy generation. Photovoltaic energy converts the sun’s light directly into electricity.

 

The basic vision of Materials for Energy Applications is to enable a changeover to energy system and to create world-recognized assistances in the field of energy applications by fundamental materials research. Biopolymers occur in nature, carbohydrates and proteins are the examples of biopolymers. Organ Implants are used for the transplantation of organs in humans. The profile supports interactions between resources for harvesting, passage and storage, and transformation of energy, and strives to reduce the distance between research and submissions. The Materials for Energy Applications profile comprises many prominent research leaders that are at the research front of their corresponding fields. The terms like bio polymeric materials and organ implants also comes under the category of materials for energy applications. Bio mineralization is defined as the creation of inorganic materials with complex form in all groups of organisms from prokaryotes.

 

The Interesting things about nanotechnology are that properties of materials change when the size scale of their dimension reaches nanometers. Manufacturing of materials at Nanoscale is done by material scientists to understand the property changes. The field of material science includes characterization and properties of Nanoscale materials. Carbon nanotubes are concerned to the elegance of many scientists worldwide. The small proportions, strength and the outstanding physical properties of these arrangements make them very unique material with a whole range of auspicious applications. The prominence in application of computational methods in discovering various sizes of fullerenes and their isomers is given. The theory of isolated pentagon rule in fullerene chemistry has been publicized. Nanophotonics collects a large group of faculty members to raise new ideas and to carry out collective research with enhanced stimulation.

 

Green technology incorporates a constantly developing group of procedures and materials from techniques for creating energy to non-toxic cleaning products. At present the expectation of this field is to bring innovation and changes in daily life of similar scale to the information technology evolution over past two decades. Sustainability is meeting the needs without conceding the capability of future generations to meet their own requirements. The reduction of waste and pollution by the change in patterns of consumption and production is termed as source reduction. To reduce the use and generation of hazardous substances the invention, design and application of chemical products is known as Green chemistry.

 

Chemical Vapour Deposition has the ability to produce various types of catalytically attractive nano-scale structures by altering the surface assets of massive or even nano-divided substrates. Comparatively new processes such as catalytic, fluidized-bed, rotary, two-step and large spot laser CVD allow the creation of nanoparticles, nanotubes, nanofibers and oriented films. Intensive research is being performed on the production and the preparation of supported catalysts by CVD. Graphene nanofibers are materials that show amazing properties appropriate for a number of progressive energy storage devices as well as chemical procedures. These solids deal with the direct route for the production of large quantities of high quality Graphene. The cost of manufacturing these supplies on a marketable scale presents a major challenge, which we have pursued to overcome via the usage of natural gas as a source of carbon. Catalysts are divided in to two types homogeneous and heterogeneous. The substance that is constant in composition is termed as homogenous mixture, whereas heterogeneous catalysts are solids that are supplemented in to gas or liquid reaction mixtures.

 

Nanotechnologies use very small substances or artefacts. Nanomaterials are an increasingly vital product of nanotechnologies. They have nanoparticles, smaller than 100 nanometres in at least one element. Nanomaterials are evolving into use in healthcare, electronics, cosmetics and other areas. They call for specialized risk assessment of physical and chemical properties often differ from bulk materials, which cover health risks to consumers and workers and also potential risk to the environment. Increased relative surface and quantum effects are the two principal factors cause the properties of nanomaterial’s to differ from other materials. These factors can enhance properties such as reactivity, electrical characteristics and strength. Nanoparticles have a high surface area per unit mass when compared with larger particles. In living systems natural enzymes play vibrant roles in biological reactions.

 

The assistance of metallurgy and materials science in the growth of solid-state electronics involves growth of high-purity, macroscopically dislocation-free silicon crystals; elimination of electro migration in thin metallic conductors and minimization of growth and processing induced defects in silicon. Nano structured and ultrafine materials includes properties such as nanostructured oxide dispersion strengthened alloys, ultra-fine grained high strength aluminium alloys through cryo-rolling and severe plastic deformation, lead-free nanostructured ferroelectric materials, production of bulk nanostructured materials and Synthesis of nanoparticles. Composite based materials like carbon nanotube composites and Aluminium matrix composites, high cycle fatigue of repair welds of AISI 410 stainless steels and Notch creep-rupture life of 718 super alloys.

 

Polymeric Materials deals with the subject areas of Material Science and Organic Chemistry. A polymer is a large macromolecule, composed with millions of recurrent linked units, each is relatively light and simple molecule. Due to their wide range of properties, both synthetic and natural polymers play crucial and abundant role in everyday life. Most similar classes of polymers are composed of hydrocarbons, mixtures of carbon and hydrogen. These polymers are specially made of carbon atoms bonded together into long chains that are termed as the backbone of the polymer. Due to the nature of carbon, one or more other atoms should be attached to each carbon atom in the backbone. These are the polymers that hold only carbon and hydrogen atoms. Other mutual polymers have backbones that comprise elements other than carbon. Nylons have nitrogen atoms in the replication unit backbone. Polyesters and polycarbonates comprise oxygen in the backbone. Scientists and engineers are constantly manufacturing more useful materials by deploying the molecular structure that marks the final polymer produced. Manufacturers and processors host various fillers, reinforcements and flavours into the base polymers, increasing product possibilities.

 

Advances in Materials science are used for studying the relationship between structure, properties, and uses of materials. The themes are seen from international and interdisciplinary viewpoints covering areas with metals, ceramics, glasses, polymers, electrical materials, composite materials, nanostructured materials and biological and biomedical materials. It aims to be the important source of primary communication for scientists examining the structure and properties of all manufacturing materials. The advances that transformed all our daily lives and have completely changed the research arena are: The International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors, Scanning probe microscopes, Giant magneto resistive effect, Semiconductor lasers and light-emitting diodes, National Nanotechnology Initiative, Carbon fiber reinforced plastics, Carbon nanotubes, Soft lithography and Metamaterials.