October 18, 2022    London, UK

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Material Science and Engineering

October 18, 2022   10:00 AM GMT  
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Material Science and Engineering

Innovative Concepts in Material Science

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Longdom Conferences extends our immense pleasure and honour to invite you to attend “4th International Conference on Material Science and Engineering” scheduled on October 18, 2022. It is focusing on the theme “Innovative Concepts in Material Science” to enhance and explore knowledge among academics and industry personnel dealing with Material Science, Nanotechnology and Engineering its related subjects to establish corporations and exchanging ideas and it aims to provide the right stage to present stimulating Keynote talks, plenary sessions, discussion panels,  poster symposia, young researchers forum, Video Presentations, and Workshops.


Materials science is an interdisciplinary field involving the properties of matter and its applications to various areas of science and engineering. It includes elements of applied physics and chemistry, as well as chemical, mechanical, civil and electrical engineering. With significant media attention to nanoscience and nanotechnology in the recent years, materials science has been propelled to the forefront at many universities, sometimes controversially. In materials science, rather than haphazardly looking for and discovering materials and exploiting their properties, one instead aims to understand materials fundamentally so that new materials with the desired properties can be created. The basis of all materials science involves relating the desired properties and relative performance of a material in a certain application to the structure of the atoms and phases in that material through characterization.

The year 2020 marks 100 years since Hermann Staudinger first published the concept of polymerization in 1920. Polymers have revolutionized the way we live ever since. Therefore, the journals Advanced MaterialsAdvanced Healthcare MaterialsAdvanced Energy Materials, and Angewandte Chemie are helping to celebrate this anniversary by looking at past and present achievements published in all of our journals. We cover the subject with four virtual issues, updated throughout the year, that highlight the following facets of polymer science: Technology, HealthCare, Sustainability, and Chemistry.

Nanoengineering is the engineering field focused on the study, development and refinement of materials at a very small scale. It can be thought of as the practical application of nanoscience, similar to how mechanical engineering applies the principles of physics. The word “nano” is derived from a Greek word meaning “dwarf” and denotes one one-billionth (i.e., 10^-9) of the the unit in question. For context, a human is almost one hundred thousand nanometers wide and a strand of DNA is typically less than three nanometers in diameter.

A man-made product that small — tinier even than a bacterium — might not seem like it would be substantial or strong enough to make any difference in the real world. However, like the similarly nanoscale DNA strands noted above, nanomaterials deployed en masse have a profound effect. A vast range of products, from tennis rackets to antibacterial bandages, incorporate nanomaterials. Nanoenginners direct the manufacturing of these nanomaterials via multiple techniques such as electron beam lithography and micromachining.

Material science understanding is a key factor to consider in drug substance and drug product process development. The material properties for the API, excipients, and intermediates can influence the process and product performance. This session focuses on the application of material science to guide drug substance and drug product development. Of particular interest is work related to elucidate key material attributes impacting process and product performance as well as the application of the novel material property tool or data to gain further process understanding.

Sensor technology has advanced exponentially in the past few decades. In this trend, the discovery and development of electroactive polymers can be considered a breaking point in this field. Also, the combination of materials with the development of nanotechnology was able to produce miniaturized devices with superior sensing properties. This chapter is presented in the following order: first, an introductory section seeks to explain the basic vocabulary and the essential concepts for organic-based sensors. After, the main phenomena that involve the use of organic polymers in sensors, especially chemical sensors, are presented. The third part highlights the main characteristics of conducting polymers associated with technological development in chemistry, physics, and engineering and how it enabled many sensors. Next, in the fourth part, examples of organic polymer applications through relevant literature reports are presented. Finally, some challenges from human society are highlighted where sensor and biosensor technology new developments are essential.

The "Advanced Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology" section is a forum for rapid publication of accounts of works pertaining to the preparation, characterization and application of all nanomaterials. The scope of Advanced Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology comprises, without being limited to, nanoparticles, nanocatalysts, nanoporous materials, nanocomposites, nanofilm and nanoscale technologies. Both experimental and theoretical studies will be covered. Also, development of novel characterization tools that are specifically designed for new nanomaterials to study their structural, spectroscopic and other properties are welcome in this section. All manuscripts to be considered for publication in this section will undergo a rigorous peer-review process and decisions are based on the recommendations of independent reviewers.

For any country to act normally satisfactory imaginatively, they will place an incredible arrangement in the guard area separated from the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, totally in collecting development and address the issue of imperativeness with respect to the overall essentialness condition. The current spotlight is on the globalized force and extended the awareness of the earth which made the collecting on a very basic level novel with more emphasis on centered headways and board approach. The Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering will convey to the requirement for clean developments that incorporate carbon catch and limit, interest in supportable wellsprings of essentialness, elective forces are seen as basic R&D needs of a country. The need to further develop efficiencies in its transportation part, imperativeness conveying devices and cleaner coal advancements are requiring off step by step.

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Smart materials also called intelligent or responsive materials, are designed materials that have one or more properties that can be significantly changed in a controlled fashion by external stimuli, such as stress, moisture, electric or magnetic fields, light, temperature, pH, or chemical compounds. Smart materials technology enables us to adapt to environmental changes by activating its functions. Smart materials for active coating transport the sensing and responding properties to textiles by traditional coating technologies. These bio inspired materials can change their dimensions, solubility, color, and shape, etc., upon a specific trigger.

Smart materials technology enables us to adapt to environmental changes by activating its functions. Multifunctional materials, sort of smart materials, can be activated by electrical stimuli so as to produce its geometry change or property change. There are many multifunctional materials available by the advent of nanotechnology, ranging from carbon nanotubes, graphene, inorganic nanoparticles, conducting polymers, and so on. However, future multifunctional smart materials should be harmonized with our living environment. Thus, it is natural to develop smart materials that can be renewable in the nature. Biopolymers are renewable materials that harmonize with environment.

For the repair or reshape of the mutilated tissue, Nanotechnology can be used as part of Tissue Engineering by the usage of suitable Nanomaterial-based scaffolds and growth factors. If it is victorious then tissue engineering may replace conventional treatments like organ transplants. For bone tissue engineering applications, Nanoparticles such as carbon Nanotubes, graphene, carbon Nano cones and tungsten disulfide are used as reinforcing agents to manufacture mechanically strong biodegradable polymeric Nano composites.

It refers to the importance of Nanotechnology to develop the environmental sustainability of processes that are producing negative externalities. For the base of sustainability, they are making Green Nano-products and using Nano-products. The main aim of this technique is to minimize harmful environmental hazards and human health risks associated with the manufacture of Nanotechnology products, and also to boost replacement of existing products with new Nano-products that should be eco-friendly to the people. Nanomaterials or Nanoproducts used under this technology can perform several functions.

Smart Materials have the potential to build smart structures and materials. The range of possible products with new designs, quality control, multifunctional products, security element and externally applied field value such as stress, temperature and electric or magnetic fields. It involves composite materials embedded with fibre optics, actuators, sensors, Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMSs), vibration control, sound control, shape control, product health or lifetime monitoring, cure monitoring, intelligent processing, active and passive controls, self-repair (healing), artificial organs, novel indicating devices, designed magnets, damping aero elastic stability and stress distributions.

Corrosion is the deterioration of a material as a result of its interaction with its surroundings and can occur at any point or at any time during petroleum and natural gas processing. Although this definition is applicable to any type of material, it is typically reserved for metallic alloys. Furthermore, corrosion processes not only influence the chemical properties of a metal or metal alloys, but also generate changes in their physical properties and mechanical behaviors.

Smart ceramics are the materials fabricated from ultrafine particles. They are hard, brittle, heat-resistant and corrosion-resistant materials made by shaping and then firing an inorganic, non-metallic material, nitride, or carbide material such as clay, at a high temperature. Ceramography is the art and science of preparation, examination, and evaluation of ceramic microstructures. The physical properties of any ceramic substance result’s its crystalline structure and chemical composition. Mechanical properties are important in structural and building materials as well as textile fabrics.

Smart Composites material are the combination of two materials with different physical and chemical properties. Composite materials are generally used for buildings, bridges, and boat hulls, swimming pool panels, racing car bodies, shower stalls, bathtubs, storage tanks, imitation granite and cultured marble sinks and countertops

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