SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS


  • Mining and Metallurgy 

    The basis of materials science involves studying the structure of materials, and relating them to their properties. Structure-property correlation, they can then go on to study the relative performance of a material. Materials science is a syncretic discipline hybridizing metallurgy, ceramics, solid-state physics, and chemistry. Modern materials science evolved directly from metallurgy, which itself evolved from mining and ceramics and earlier from the use of fire. Metallurgy is subdivided into ferrous metallurgy and non-ferrous metallurgy.


  • Nano-engineering and its applications

    Material science 2019 is the premier event discussing on Nano processing, and nanotechnology focusing on the fabrication of electronic, photonic, bioelectronics, electro-mechanic and fluidic devices and systems, and their applications in the broad areas of electronics, photonics, energy, life sciences, and environment. 


  • Bio materials and Healthcare

    Application of Biomaterials Science translation towards clinical use. Our material science conference 2019 scope encompasses new concepts in biomaterials design, studies into the interaction of biomaterials with the body, and the use of materials to answer fundamental biological questions. Molecular design of biomaterials, including translation of emerging chemistries to biomaterials and Materials for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.


  • Computational Modeling of Metals & Materials

    The material science event 2019 will have breakthrough discussions in the fields of computational materials science through the application of modern computational methods alone or in conjunction with experimental techniques to discover new materials and investigate existing inorganic materials, such as metals, ceramics, composites, semiconductors, nanostructures, 2D materials, metamaterials, and organic materials, such as polymers, liquid crystals, surfactants, emulsions, and also hybrid materials combining both inorganic and organic components such as polymer nanocomposites, nanocrystal superlattices or surfactant nanoparticle mixtures.


  • Nano medicine

    Material science 2019 conference will be discussing on the nano medicine and therapeutics applications in basic, translational, and clinical research addressing diagnosis, treatment, monitoring, prediction, and prevention of diseases.


  • Carbon Nanotubes and Nanowires

    Single-walled carbon nanotubes are being used as a platform for investigating surface-protein and protein-protein binding and also to develop highly specific electronic biomolecule detectors. The material science 2019 will have hot discussions on the sensitivity of nanotube electronic devices provide highly specific electronic sensors for detecting clinically important biomolecules like antibodies associated with human autoimmune disease. Carbon Nanotubes compounds are used in electronic packaging to meet electrostatic discharges (ESD) and high cleanliness requirements.


  • Drug Delivery and Nano Particles: -

     Drug delivery and related pharmaceutical development in the context of Nano-medicine should be viewed as science and technology of Nano-metre scale. It consisting of at least two components, one is a pharmaceutically active ingredient and although Nano-particle formulations of the drug. The whole system has led to a special function that is related to preventing, treating or diagnosing diseases sometimes called smart-drugs. The primary development for research for the Nano-bio-technologies in drug delivery include Greater safety and bio-compatibility, Reduction in toxicity while maintaining therapeutic effects, Greater safety and bio-compatibility, and faster development of new safe medicines, more specific drug targeting and delivery. The main for appropriate carriers as drug delivery systems the following topics, for a design of new materials. There are: - formulation stability and shelf life bio-compatibility, drug incorporation and release, biodistribution and targeting and functionality.


  • Nanorobotics

    The Nanorobotics is an emerging technology for creating field machines or Nanorobotics components. Nanorobots do not exist still, but when they work, future predicts that have possible uses for Nanorobots will include molecular Nano factories and medical Nanobots that steer autonomously through your bloodstream making repairs and guarding against infection. Nano machines are largely in the research and development phase, but some primitive molecular machines and Nano motors have been tested.


  • Nanotoxicology

     Nanotoxicology is a branch of the toxicology that concerned the study of the toxicity of nano-materials, that can be divided into the those derived combustion processes-like diesel soot, manufacturing processes-as spray drying or grinding and naturally occurring processes-as volcanic eruptions. The Nanotoxicology is the peer-reviewed, scientific form that focuses on environmental hazard, the risk of applied Nano-structured materials and exposure. It publishes the addresses of potentially toxic interactions between living matter and Nano-structured materials.


  • Crystallography

    Crystallography is the observation of science that determines the atoms in the crystalline solids with the extending of all the solids that are some of the degrees of transparency and graphene. The Crystallography uses the properties and inner structures of crystals to determine the arrangement of atoms and that is used by chemists, physicists, biologists, and others. As a science, crystallography X-ray crystallography is used to determine the structure of large biomolecules such as proteins. Crystallographic methods now depend on analysis of the diffraction patterns of a sample targeted by a beam of some type. X-rays are most commonly used other beams, electrons or neutrons.


  • Catalytic Materials

    Catalytic Materials is the process of increasing the rate of a chemical reaction by adding the substance that known as a catalytic. The Catalytic Material is not consumed in the catalysed reaction and can continue to act as repeatedly. Because of this, only the very small amounts of catalyst are required to alter to the reaction rate in the principle. A catalyst is a substance of that speeds up to a chemical reaction and also but is not consumed by the reaction. Hence a catalyst can be recovered the chemically unchanged at the end of the reaction which it has been used to the speed catalyse. The Hydrogen peroxide will also decompose into the water and the oxygen gas. The Two molecules of hydrogen peroxide will produce the two molecules of water and the one molecule of oxygen. A catalyst of potassium permanganate can also be used to speed up this process.


  • Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology

    Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology deals with emerging new technologies for developing customized solutions for drug delivery systems. Pharmaceutical nanotechnology embraces applications of Nano-science to the pharmacy as Nano-materials and as devices like drug delivery, diagnostic, imaging, and biosensor. Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology drug delivery system positively impacts the rate of absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion of the drug or other related chemical substances in the body. Nanotechnology can enable sensors to detect very small amounts of chemical vapors. Various types of detecting elements, such as carbon Nano-tubes, zinc oxide Nano-wires or palladium Nano-particles can be used in nanotechnology-based sensors. This process will allow the detection of a very low concentration of chemical vapors.


  • Nanoparticle Synthesis and Applications

    The development of the wide spectrum of Nano-scale technology is beginning to the change of the scientific landscape in terms of disease diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. Nano-particles can mimic alter biological processes (e.g. Engineering infection, tissue engineering etc.). These devices include that but are not limited to the functionalized carbon Nano-tubes and the Nanomachines (e.g., constructed from interchangeable DNA parts and DNA scaffolds), nanofibers, self-assembling polymeric Nanoconstructs, Nanomembranes, and Nano-sized silicon chips. Researchers are investigating the use of bismuth Nano-particles to concentrate radiation used in radiation therapy to treat cancer tumours. Initial results indicate that the bismuth Nano-particles would increase the radiation dose to the tumour by 90 per cent. A method to make radiation therapy more effective in fighting prostate cancer is using radioactive gold Nano-particles attached to a molecule that is attracted to prostate tumour cells. Researchers believe that this method will help to concentrate the radioactive Nano-particles at the cancer tumours, allowing treatment of the tumours with minimal damage to healthy tissue.


  • DNA Nanostructures

     DNA Nanostructures are nanoscale structures made of DNA, which acts both as a structural and functional element. DNA nanostructures can serve as scaffolds for the formation of more complex structures. DNA engineering science is that the style and manufacture of artificial macromolecule structures for technological uses. In this field, nucleic acids square measure used as non-biological engineering materials for engineering science instead of because of the carriers of genetic info in living cells. Potential applications in molecular scale natural philosophy and nanomedicine are being investigated


  • Nano Biomechanics and Materials Science

    The powerful tools of Nanomechanics to explore the fundamental science of biomaterials and biomechanics. Nanomechanical fingerprints of ultraviolet light injury to DNA; understanding the snap of fibronectin fibrils measured by single molecule force spectroscopy; analysis of artificial lipid ultrasound distinction agents; structural and mechanical properties of biopolymers experimental scanning probe research techniques and machine strategies involving molecular dynamics simulations and at first quantum mechanical calculations exploiting atomic force research techniques to develop new ultra-sensitive assays for detecting and examining DNA damage, the process underlying carcinogenesis, and to increase mechanistic understanding of DNA damage and repair processes forming, coating and encapsulation of solid, liquid and gaseous particles in the colloidal size range of ultrasound-targeted the gene delivery and activation synergistic of combination  high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) and immunotherapy for cancer treatment; innovations in shock wave lithotripsy (SWL) technology; and mechanics and bioeffects of acoustic cavitation.


  • Nanogel Therapeutics

    A nanogel could be a nanoparticle composed of a gel a crosslinked deliquescent compound network. Nanogel are most often composed of synthetic polymers or biopolymers which are chemically or physically crosslinked. Nanogel are usually in the tens to hundreds of nanometres in diameter. Like hydrogels, the pores in nanogel will be full of little molecules or macromolecules, and their properties, like swelling, degradation, and chemical practicality, will be controlled.


  • Polymer nanocomposites

    Polymer nanocomposites (PNC) carries with it a chemical compound or polymer having nanoparticles or Nanofillers spread within the chemical compound matrix. These could also be of the various form (e.g., platelets, fibers, spheroids), however, a minimum of one dimension should be within the vary of 1–50 nm. These PNC's belong to the class of multi-phase systems (MPS, viz. blends, composites, and foams) that consume nearly ninety-fifth of plastics production. These systems need controlled mixing/compounding, stabilization of the achieved dispersion, the orientation of the phase, and therefore the combination ways for all MPS, together with PNC, square measure similar. Alternatively, the polymer can be infiltrated into 1D, 2D, 3D preform creating high content polymer nanocomposites


  • Smart Materials and Structures

    Smart Materials and Structures is a monthly peer-reviewed scientific journal covering technical advances in smart materials, systems, structures and device engineering A smart structure is the system containing multifunctional parts that can perform sensing, control, and actuation; it is a primitive analog of a biological body. Smart materials are used to construct these smart structures, which can perform both sensing and actuation functions. Smart materials, called also 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, temperature, moisture, pH, electric or magnetic fields, light, or chemical compounds.


  • 2D Materials

    2D Materials are generally the cited as single-layer materials are crystalline materials consisting of the one layer of atoms. These materials have found use in applications like photovoltaics, semiconductors, electrodes, and water purification. Materials engineers work with metals, ceramics, and plastics to form new materials. Materials engineers develop, process, and check materials want to produce a variety of merchandise, from pc chips and craft wings to golf clubs and medical devices. Layered Materials can be as "Materials within Materials." They provide a means to create a single Material that has a series of sub-Materials that can be placed across the surface of the objects using per-pixel operations, such as masks.