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World Congress on Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology , will be organized around the theme “Innovatory Advancements in the Field of Chemistry”

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Materials Science and Engineering combines the fields of engineering, physics and chemistry principles to solve real-world problems associated with nanotechnology, biotechnology, information technology, energy, manufacturing and other major engineering disciplines. Materials scientists work with diverse types of materials such as metals, polymers, ceramics, liquid crystals, composites for a broad range of applications viz. energy, construction, electronics, biotechnology, nanotechnology employing modern processing and discovery principles like casting, additive manufacturing, coating, evaporation, plasma and radiation processing, artificial intelligence, and computer simulations.

Advanced materials are generally referred to all materials that replace or modernize the traditional materials that have been used for hundreds or even thousands of years. From this perspective, advanced materials refer to all new materials and modifications to existing materials to obtain superior performance in one or more characteristics that are critical for the application under consideration. High Strength Materials, Refractory & Abrasive Materials, Hybrid Materials, Electronic and Magnetic Materials, Advanced Functional Materials, Advanced Structural Materials, Smart Materials, Biomaterials and 2D Materials are some types of materials in which we can see advanced properties to meet the challenges of this sophisticated world.

 

Innovations in renewal and clean energy are very much essential to mankind’s sustainable growth. So, the research and development of new materials for energy conversion and storage are central to materials science and engineering nowadays. Some of the important materials include bandgap semiconductors, oxides, carbon-based nanostructures, advanced ceramics, chalcogenide nanostructures, and flexible organic electronics nanomaterials etc. Electrical energy is considered to be one of the most promising alternatives for replacing fossil fuel energy. Advanced materials are the key to both the high-efficiency conversion of clean and renewable energy into electrical energy and the high energy-density electrical storage. So, the focus is more on the progress of photovoltaics and electrolysis for high-efficiency energy conversion, as well as electrochemical processes for advanced energy storage. Much attention will be paid on achieving higher conversion efficiency, higher energy density, better safety, and lower cost.

Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) are both composed of carbon atoms and have exceptional mechanical and electronic properties. Graphene often considered as 2D material and While CNTs are often regarded and 1D Materials. Graphene is very much thin, flexible and highly conductive. As it has a greater surface area to mass ratio it offers excellent potential for use in energy storage or chemical sensing. Carbon nanotubes are strong and light which makes them a perfect choice for using as reinforcing additive in composite fibers, to make them extremely strong and electrically conductive.

 

Nano structures refer to materials or structures that have at least one dimension between 1 and 100 nm. Due to their distinct characteristics that influence physical, electrical, chemical, biological, and optoelectrical properties they have created much interest in many fields over the past few years. Nanocomposites, a high-performance material exhibit unusual property combinations and unique design possibilities. Applications of nanocomposites includes the sectors of the aerospace, automotive, electronics and biotechnology industries.

 

Nanomaterials have been attracting great attention owing to their excellent electrical, optical, magnetic, and catalytic properties. Some nanomaterials have superior properties and great potential applications in the fields of lithium-ion batteries, wastewater treatment, and drug delivery. The properties of nanoparticles depend on their size, shape, etc., in addition to the composition. The range of commercial Nanomaterial products available today is very broad, including stain-resistant and wrinkle-free textiles, cosmetics, sunscreens, electronics, paints and varnishes. Nano coatings and nanocomposites are finding uses in diverse consumer products, such as windows, sports equipment, bicycles and automobiles etc.