It is a great honour to welcome you all to the 2nd International Conference on Materials Science and Materials Chemistry, the world's biggest summit in the field of Materials Science and Advanced Materials. This event is going to be held from March 20- 21, 2019 in London, UK.
In 2030, there will be almost 8.5 billion humans on the planet. This exponential population growth has a negative impact on chemistry and natural resources. So, it is important that research and development of the new resources and materials be kept in limelight to keep the global development going.
Materials Chemistry is a fast-growing field of both research and industrial area. According to a recent world economic survey, it has been observed that the industry of Chemical materials contributes the most to the global economy hike.
Allied Academics is extremely happy to invite the participants across the globe to the 2nd International Conference on Materials Science and Materials Chemistry which is going to be held from March 20-21, 2019 in London, UK. London is famous for its tourist attraction and exotic buildings.
Apart from being one of the world’s best tourist spots, as a science of material structure and transformation, chemistry has fascinated the English scientists for centuries.
In the chemical revolution and development of chemicals industry, UK has a prominent role. Chemical industries are the major contributor to the UK’s economy in terms of manufacturing Petrochemicals, Plastics Processing, Glass Processing, Paper and cardboard processing and many more.
Both a research and an industry, chemistry occupies a central place in British’s economic landscape. The chemicals industry (including fine chemicals for pharmaceuticals) is among the top three leading industrial sectors, with net sales (global turnover) of $110 billion in 2014 and direct employment of 156,600 people. The Chemical material manufacturing industry stand the largest in Europe and fourth largest at the global level.
The main aim behind organizing this conference on Materials Chemistry is bringing the most eminent Researchers, Industrialists, Chemical Analyst, Material Chemists, Industry Inventors and entrepreneurs on the same platform of new innovation which will show the world a new age in evolution in Materials Chemistry.
We look forward to seeing your participation at this event which will be held in one of the world’s most beautiful cities. We hope that you will revel in this opportunity to participate in a conference that focuses on high-end materials chemistry research and the young participants will get inspired to come up with amazing inventions and innovations.
Sessions / Tracks
Session on: Materials Chemistry
The advancements that enabled the betterment of living standards of people in the past few decades are the result of innovations that happened through Materials Science and Materials Chemistry engineering. They are developing at a pace that is unmatchable to any other field. Materials Chemistry directs towards the architecture and amalgamation of materials of higher potential, using the concepts of Physical chemistry. These materials carry magnetic, electronic, catalytic or organic uniqueness. These inventions led to the development of upgraded fabrication techniques. Structure plays an essential role in this stream. The materials have different types of structures, beginning from the atomic level to the macro level. They include organic structures and electronic bonded structures as well. The strength of bond and structure depend on the molecular mechanics of atoms and bonds related.
Session on: Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology
The fate of World’s future mainly rests on Nanotechnology which is the building of reasonable frameworks at the subatomic scale. A more realistic view is that it will leave virtually no aspect of life untouched and is expected to be in widespread use by 2020. Mass applications are likely to have a great impact particularly in industry, medicine, new computing systems, and sustainability. Over the next several years, significant advances are expected in carbon nanotube manufacturing technology, specifically in controlling the purity and structure, and in reducing costs due to economies of scale. Late utilization of nanomaterials fuses an extent of biomedical applications, for instance, tissue planning, sedate transport, Nano-prescription, Nanobiotechnology, Green Nanotechnology, Carbon Nanotubes combination and biosensors. A standout amongst the most essential mechanical research in light of this stream is the development of Metal-Organic Frameworks. These MFOs have an extensive variety of contribution to mechanical uses. Other related exciting topics are
- Nanomaterials and nanocomposites
- Materials metrology and Synthesis
- Carbon nanotubes
- Quantum dots, carbon dots
- Nanobiomaterials/drug delivery
Session on: Biomaterials, Tissue engineering and Health Care
Biomaterials is a developing field that spotlights on the improvement of materials to supplant or enlarge human tissues. It is considered as a boon in the medicinal field. Tissue designing is a subset of biomaterials and is quickly extending as a treatment for an extensive variety of medicinal conditions. Advances in tissue designing coordinate disclosures from organic chemistry, cell and atomic science, and materials science to deliver three-dimensional structures with desirable properties that empower us to supplant or repair harmed, missing or inadequately working natural segments. Bioengineers, biomedical engineers, medical device designers, doctors and other medical and biotechnology professionals rely on materials scientists to help with design and synthesis of new materials and materials systems that are suitable for medical implants. This could include bio-inorganic hybrid systems such as BioMEMS, implants (such as dental materials, cardiac stents made of shape memory alloys, and drug releasing hydrogels), and biomimetic systems, which can mimic the functioning of biological systems. Based on these contemplations, new biomaterials and advancements are assuming a key job in the improvement of present-day dentistry, and their advancement requires a multidisciplinary-based great investigates. Appreciation of ongoing advances in biomaterial of dentistry would prompt finding the best application and the best treatment methodologies to enhance treatment results of patients. These materials are used in medical applications, hence comprises biomedical devices to perform various actions in the medical field. Main ongoing research in this stream are
1.The science of cells and materials at the nanoscale and microscale
2. Materials as model systems for stem cell and human biology
3. Materials for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine
4. Nanomaterials and nanosystems for therapeutic delivery
5. Interactions at the biointerface
6. Biologically inspired and biomimetic materials, including bio-inspired self-assembly systems and cell-inspired synthetic tools.
7. Next-generation biomaterials tools and methods
8. Advancements in Dental implants, etc.,
Session on: Polymers, Ceramics and Composites
20 different families consisting of around 15,000 different types of engineeringmaterials such as adhesives, plastics, rubbers, etc., which are light, corrosion-resistant materials with low strength and stiffness are commercially available as polymers. They are usually not suitable for high-temperature applications but are reasonably inexpensive and can be easily formed into a variety of shapes and designs.
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Session on: Materials in Aerospace and Mechanical engineering
For any country to be self-sufficient technologically, they will invest a lot in the Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, precisely in manufacturing technology and address the issue of energy in the context of the global energy environment. The current focus is on the globalized competitiveness and increased awareness of the environment which made the manufacturing significantly different with more emphasis on competitive technologies and management approaches. The Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering will address to the need of clean technologies that involve carbon capture and storage, investment in renewable sources of energy, alternative fuels are seen as vital R&D needs of a country. The necessity to improve efficiencies in its transportation sector, energy producing devices and cleaner coal technologies are soaring daily which emphasizes the spotlight to be shed on the following areas
- Space Environment and its interaction with Spacecraft
- Attitude Dynamics and Formation Flying Control
- Spacecraft subsystems
- Astrodynamics & Astrophysics
- Fluid dynamics
- Space Shuttle & Space technology
- Fluid Mechanics
- Robotics and Mechatronics
- Aviation Safety
Session on: Electrical, Optical, and Magnetic Materials
A channel is a sort of material that permits the stream of an electrical current in at least one bearing. Electrical current is created by the stream of contrarily charged electrons, emphatically charged gaps, and positive or negative particles now and again. This gathering of materials is characterized by its usefulness. Semiconductors, metals, and earthenware production are utilized today to frame profoundly complex frameworks, for example, coordinated electronic circuits, optoelectronic gadgets, and attractive and optical mass stockpiling media. In hint contact, the different materials, with absolutely controlled properties, play out various capacities, including the obtaining, preparing, transmission, stockpiling, and show of data. Electronic, attractive and optical materials inquire about consolidates the basic standards of strong state physical science and science of electronic and building, and of materials science.
- Optical Nanomaterials for Photonics/ Biophotonics
- Engineering Applications of Spectroscopy
- Lasers in Medical and Biology
- Advances in Dielectric Materials and Electronic Devices
Session on: Materials Science in Construction Engineering
The design, engineering and production of inventive architectural materials and products is a fascinating branch of engineering which requires a lot of creative skills. To create products and materials that support the architect’s vision for each project based on the unique aesthetics, programming and performance is a great deal and for which embracement of technologies from a wide range of industries both within and outside construction and architecture is important and that will only result in a proper solution.
Materials science has a basic influence on metallurgy also. Powder metallurgy is a term covering a broad range of fields in which materials or parts are delivered utilizing metal powders. They can stay away from, or unbelievably diminish, the need to use metal removal shapes and can reduce the costs. Pyrometallurgy consolidates warm treatment of minerals and metallurgical metals and thinks to acknowledge physical and substantial changes in the materials to enable recovery of beneficial metals. An aggregate learning of metallurgy can help us to isolate the metal in a more conceivable way and can be used to a more broad region. The extraction of productive minerals or other topographical materials from the earth is called as Mining and Metallurgy is the field of Materials Science that game plans with physical and manufactured nature of the metallic and intermetallic blends and mixes. Distinctive strategies and innovations utilized as a part of the extraction and generation of different metals are extractions of metals from minerals, decontamination; Metal throwing Technology, plating, showering, and so forth in the arrangement of procedures, the metal is subjected to thermogenic and cryogenic conditions to investigate the erosion, quality, and durability and to ensure that the metal is crawled safely.
Session on: Energy materials in renewable and sustainable energy development
This is one of the most popular fields in Materials Science. The depletion of natural resources and the worldwide increase in population combined with the multiple geographical and social pressures are forcing a shift from fossil fuels to renewable and sustainable energy sources. Materials such as supercapacitors, energy storage in batteries, thermoelectric devices, energy conversion through solar cells, fuel cells. etc., are the hope for renewable energy sources. Involvement of materials in energy applications is an active area of research that has great relevance to real-world challenges. Research based in this area mainly aims towards the need to generate energy more sustainably and cost-effectively, which should reduce the pollution level (Carbon reduction) and aid to economy hike as well. The main research area in this stream is Functional Ceramics and Inorganics, Photonic Materials, Electrochemical Materials, Tissue Engineering, Polymer materials development etc. In Materials Science, materials are key roadblocks to improve the performance of energy technologies. These include energy storage in Solar panels and cells, Photovoltaics, battery, superconductors and Hydrogen storage. Currently, most of the research in this area is focused on the development of Clean Energy Materials. Geothermal energy, Hydroelectric power, wind energy, thermal energy, etc., are the other major sources of renewable energy in the world. This field is completely based on research, which is surely lead to new innovations in materials science in the future.
- Semiconductors and Supercapacitors
- Photovoltaic materials
- Hydrogen Storage Materials
- Fuel cells and Smart grid
- Solar cell materials and devices
- Advanced battery technologies
- Sustainability of Materials
Session on: Role of Materials Chemistry in Biotechnology and Pharmaceuticals industry
Chemistry is truly behind all the exciting discoveries and advances that are taking place today in the fields of biotechnology and materials science. Without molecular science, which is chemistry, all the advances in both these fields are just wouldn't be possible. The rapid progress of science and technology depends largely on the development of advanced materials and the efficient use of chemical and biological reactions. With the greater sophistication of science and technology as the diversification of industry, it is now strongly demanded to realize design and development of the new materials with various functions, development of manufacturing process, reduction of the environmental pollution and effective production of useful biomaterials and this paved way for the birth of Biotechnology. It supplies the fundamental knowledge and its application for material design at atomic and molecular levels, high-value addition to materials.
Materials Science and Chemistry understanding is a key factor to consider in drug substance and drug product process development. The material properties for the active pharmaceutical ingredient, excipients, and intermediates can influence the process and product performance. Materials science and chemistry is now helping pharmaceutical companies to standardize and control areas such as drug form and manufacture to deliver new products more quickly and with greater quality. The pharma industry is increasingly embracing the principles of Quality by Design to improve efficiency and ensure good quality and reduced variability throughout the drug production process which is impossible without the aid of Materials science engineering principles and techniques.
Session on: Surface Science and engineering
Surface Science and engineering is the field of science which deals with the study of the material surfaces and interfaces seeking to control and optimize the properties of the surface of a material like corrosion, wear resistance, biocompatibility etc. This is where Materials physics, Materials chemistry and corrosion comes into the picture. Many technologies and fields like Si device technology, MEMS, biomaterials, nanomaterials, aerospace and automotive employ surface engineering principles for better coatings on materials- all seeking to optimize various surface properties (e.g. biocompatibility, corrosion and wear resistance).
- TCAD and Silicon surface functionalization
- Coatings production and specialization
- Surface Coating and Modification
- Coating Evaluation Tests
- Nanoscale Surface Modification
- Biomaterials Surfaces
- Tribological characterization of materials
Session on: Textile and Fibre Materials
Innovative work of advanced textile materials is frequently extremely cross-logical. Numerous different other knowledge, for example, biotechnology, electronics, broadcast communications, medicine and so forth, is required close to material know how. It is this multifaceted nature and broadness of learning that makes smart material research fascinating yet in additional testing. Thermo-managing, shading change and shape memory are a portion of the properties connected to brilliant materials. Change of shape and shape memory textures are as of now economically accessible and they are particularly utilized for enhancing wearing solace and apparel physiology. Different sorts of universal establishments have been arranged for Fibre Materials Science to do a brilliant material research effectively.
Session on: Sensors technology
Electrochemical sensors and biosensors have found broad extensive applications in assorted ventures off late. These days, many analytical instruments used in environmental, food, pharmaceutical, or clinical laboratories and furthermore most of the commercial point-of-care devices work using chemical sensors or biosensors. Day by day, the numbers of sensors or biosensors coming from the bench of research laboratories to the shelf of the commercial markets are increasing. Due to the high demand of the world market and human interest for having a device to check the concentration of species in different samples, simple and fast, in recent years, a hard competition on design and construct of new sensors and biosensors have occurred among the researchers.
Session on: Emerging Smart Materials
The capacity of a country to saddle nature and its capacity to adapt up to the difficulties postured by it is dictated by its total learning of materials and its capacity to create and deliver them for different applications. Propelled Materials are at the core of numerous innovative improvements that touch our lives. Electronic materials for correspondence and data innovation, optical filaments, laser strands sensors for the insightful condition, vitality materials for sustainable power source and condition, light combinations for better transportation, materials for key applications and that's just the beginning.
The medieval ages where stone, bronze, steel was used have now led to the growth of Ceramics, Minerals from where Metallurgy field aroused. Physics, Chemistry, thermodynamics and several other fields of science have researched metals, alloys, silica and carbon nanomaterial. Material Science has now revolutionized from metals and alloys to semiconductors, plastics, biomaterial, rubbers, polymers, magnetic materials, medicinal implant materials, nanomaterial etc. Smart structures are devices composed of smart materials capable of sensing stimuli, responding to it and reverting to its original state after the stimuli are removed. Self-Healing Materials, Magnetocaloric and thermoelectric materials, Polycaprolactone are emerging smart structures. Smart structures have the ability to resist natural calamities. Several materials like LiTraCon, Silicon, Aerogels, Graphene, Fullerene, Metamaterials, Quantum Dots and Lithium-Ion Batteries have been emerging. These emerging smart materials have found potential applications in health, aerospace, automotive industry etc.
- Magnetocaloric and thermoelectric materials
- Self-Healing materials
- Photomechanical materials
- Shape memory alloys
- Piezoelectric and electroluminescent materials
- Chemo-chromic and electrochromic materials
- Conductive Polymers
- Aerogels and Quantum Dots
- Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes
- Dielectric Elastomers
- Fullerene and Metamaterials
Session on: Computational Materials Science
The goal of Computational Materials Science is to report on results that provide new insights into or significantly expand our understanding of, the properties of materials or phenomena associated with their design, synthesis, processing, characterization, and utilization. Computational methods play a central role in materials science and chemistry. All aspects of modern materials modeling are of interest, including quantum chemical methods, density functional theory (DFT), semi-empirical and classical approaches, statistical mechanics, atomic-scale simulations, mesoscale modeling, and phase-field techniques. At present, most of the researchers are engaged in the development and application of methods to compute the atomic and electronic structure of materials. Recent applications include materials for electronic applications, nano-electromechanics, and energy.
Session on: Analytical Methods and Instrumentation Techniques in Materials Science
Analytical methods in this stream include the analysis of materials to know their structural properties, chemical composition, and functionality. Some of the main uses of analytical techniques in materials science are to isolate the material according to their quality. The methods which are used in analysis work are the Spatiotemporal summation, X-ray Scattering with Spectrometer technique, Laser-accelerated particle beam evaluation technique etc. Analytical Chemistry plays a great role in detecting the quality of food, drugs, and other chemicals which are in daily life thus playing a significant role in quality control.
The dramatic expansion of efforts to peer into nanoscale materials and processes has made it critical to capture and summarize the cutting-edge instrumentation and techniques that have become indispensable for scientific investigation in this arena of Materials Science. In materials science, instrumentation techniques are considered advanced research, because it needs the involvement of computational methods and computer simulated measurement tools. Most preferred instrumentation techniques are Imaging techniques used in materials science are Tomographic imaging, Scattering techniques, Spectroscopy techniques and imaging, Simultaneous Measurement Capabilities, SEM, TEM, Microscopy, X-ray diffraction, Thermo-analytical techniques, etc.
Session on: Materials in Industry
The development and application of new materials have provided the technological basis for semiconductors, storage devices, displays, and system integration that today are the basis of various industries. This clearly indicates the importance of materials science at the industrial level. In industries, materials science research is based on identifying new materials and process not only to improve current technologies but also to provide exploratory materials for future technology. In leading industries, the ongoing research on materials science is on Novel Insulators, Organic Semiconductors, Nanoscale Magnetic materials, Graphene etc.
Session on: Future scope in Materials Science
The research on materials chemistry at present is based on the development of new materials using chemicals and limited natural resources. These research are mainly aimed towards the perspective of future resources and the development of improved chemical materials. These research are mainly the applications of one stream into another. Few of the preferred topics in both Research and Industries are as follows
Paper and Cardboard Processing
Mesoporous Materials Synthesis
Surfaces and Interfaces study
Research on Organocatalysis and Photocatalysis
Research on Water Splitting
Past Conference Report
We would like to express our sincere gratitude towards the Moderators, Speakers, Keynote Speakers, Organizing Committee Members, Attendees, Guests for their stimulating speeches and for making Materials Chemistry 2018 a fruitful and memorable event.
AAC hosted International Conference on Materials Science and Materials Chemistry during August 20-21, 2018 at Paris, France based on the theme “A Global Meet and Forecast on Innovations in Advanced Materials”.
Materials Chemistry 2018 was marked with multiple sessions, keynote presentations and panel discussions. We received active participation and generous response from organizing committee members, scientists, young and brilliant researchers, business delegates and talented communities who made this Conference as one of the most successful and productive events in 2018 from AAC.
The Conference was initiated with a warm opening ceremony video. The proceedings went through interactive sessions and panel discussions headed by Honorable Moderator Dr. Oara Neumann, Rice University, USA as well as Ms. Alexandra Avram, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania for the Conference.
The meeting was carried out through various sessions, in which the discussions were held on the following major scientific tracks:
Materials Science and Engineering
Nanoparticles – Concept and Synthesis
Computational Materials Science
The conference proceedings were carried out through various Scientific-sessions and plenary lectures, of which the following Speakers were highlighted as Keynote speakers and Plenary speakers:
Maria Tomoaia-Cotisel | Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca | Romania
Sofiane Guessasma | INRA University | France
Mineo Hiramatsu | Meijo University | Japan
Eleonora Babayants | Galaxy Consultancy | USA
Oara Neumann | Rice University | USA
Chi Ho Wong | Hong Kong University of Science and Technology | Hong Kong
Boulouma Amor | ESTI of Annaba | Algeria
Alexandra Avram | Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca | Romania
Gertrud Paltinean | Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca | Romania
Reka Balint | Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca | Romania
AAC has taken the privilege of felicitating the Organizing Committee, Keynote Speakers who supported for the success of this event. Materials Chemistry 2018 Organizing Committee congratulates the awardees for their outstanding performance in the field of Materials Science and Materials Chemistry Engineering and appreciates all the participants who put their efforts in presentations and sincerely wishes them success in future endeavours.