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International Conference on Computational and Structural Materials, will be organized around the theme “Features of Materials for the Future Innovations”

Structural Materials 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Structural Materials 2018

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Materials Science is an interdisciplinary subject, crossing the chemistry and physics of matter, engineering applications and modern assembling forms. Materials science is the investigation of connections between the structure and properties of a material and how it is made. It also develops new materials and devices processes for manufacturing them. Materials Science is vital for developments in nanotechnology, quantum computing and nuclear fusion, as well as medical technologies such as bone replacement materials.

  • Track 1-1Biomaterials
  • Track 1-2Translational Materials Science
  • Track 1-3Liquid Crystals
  • Track 1-4Smart Materials
  • Track 1-5Polymer Chemistry
  • Track 1-6Optics and Photonics
  • Track 1-7Mechanics of Materials
  • Track 1-8Glass Science
  • Track 1-9Functional Polymers
  • Track 1-10Construction Materials
  • Track 1-11Corrosion Research
  • Track 1-12Computational Materials Science
  • Track 1-13Composite Materials
  • Track 1-14Colloidal Materials and Interfaces
  • Track 1-15Carbon-Based Materials
  • Track 1-16Surface Engineering

Structure is a standout amongst most important part in the field of materials science. Materials science inspects the structure of materials from the atomic scale, as far as possible up to the macro scale. Portrayal is the way materials researchers inspect the structure of a material. This includes techniques, for example, diffraction with X-beams, electrons, or neutrons, and different types of spectroscopy and chemical analysis, for example, Raman spectroscopy, energy-dispersive spectroscopy (EDS), chromatography, thermal analysis, electron microscope examination, and so on. Structure is learned at different levels.

  • Track 2-1Solid State Structure and Atomic Bonds
  • Track 2-2Multiscale modelling of materials
  • Track 2-3Structural Analysis and optimization
  • Track 2-4Ceramic, Polymer, Composite Structures
  • Track 2-5Property Modification
  • Track 2-6Diffusion
  • Track 2-7Fatigue Crack Initiation
  • Track 2-8Elastic/Plastic Deformation
  • Track 2-9Crystal Defects
  • Track 2-10Anisotropy and Isotropy
  • Track 2-11Solidification
  • Track 2-12Metallic Crystalline Structure
  • Track 2-13Structural design criteria, safety and reliability

Nanomaterial’s research takes a materials science-based approach to nanotechnology, leveraging advances in materials metrology and synthesis which have been developed in support of micro fabrication research. Materials with structure at the Nano scale often have unique optical, electronic, or mechanical properties. The field of nanomaterial's is approximately composed, similar to the conventional field of science, into natural (carbon-based) nanomaterial's, for example, fullerenes, and inorganic nanomaterial depends on different components, for example, silicon. Examples of nanomaterial's incorporate fullerenes, carbon nanotubes, Nano precious stones, and so forth.

  • Track 3-1Metallurgy
  • Track 3-2Nano Manipulation
  • Track 3-3Advanced Characterisation
  • Track 3-4Liquid Crystal
  • Track 3-5Advanced Magnetic Materials & Devices
  • Track 3-6Functional Ceramics
  • Track 3-7Mechanical Properties of Glass
  • Track 3-8Polymers and Composites
  • Track 3-9Surface Engineering and Tribology
  • Track 3-10Nano Devices and Interfaces

With the increase in computing power, simulating the behaviour of materials has become possible. This enables materials scientists to discover properties of materials formerly unknown, as well as to design new materials. As of not long ago, new materials were found by tedious experimentation forms. In any case, now it is trusted that computational strategies could radically decrease that time, and permit tailoring materials properties. This involves simulating materials at all length scales, using methods such as density functional theory, molecular dynamics, etc. Besides material characterization, the material scientist or engineer also deals with extracting materials and converting them into useful forms. Accordingly ingot throwing, foundry strategies, impact heater extraction, and electrolytic extraction are all piece of the required learning of a materials engineer. 

  • Track 4-1Multiscale materials simulation
  • Track 4-2Quantum materials
  • Track 4-3Programmable materials
  • Track 4-4Multiresolution analysis
  • Track 4-5High-dimensional computation
  • Track 4-6Monte Carlo techniques
  • Track 4-7Domain decomposition
  • Track 4-8Discrete mathematics
  • Track 4-9Material properties database

Methods of materials experimentation and testing discuss the measurement of residual stresses by x-ray diffraction techniques; the investigation of composition variations by diffraction; and the use of Mossbauer spectroscopy in materials science. Additionally portrays photoluminescence strategies for studies of composition and deformities in semiconductors; and materials production by high-rate sputter affidavit. Starting today, trial look into information incorporating meta-information in materials science is regularly put away decentralized by the researcher(s) leading the tests without for the most part acknowledged gauges on what and how to store information. The conducted research and experiments often involve a considerable investment from public funding agencies that desire the results to be made available in order to increase their impact. In order to achieve the goal of citable and accessible materials science experimental research data in the future.

  • Track 5-1Ultrasound and acoustic emission
  • Track 5-2X Ray computed tomography
  • Track 5-3Thermography
  • Track 5-4Micro and Nano scale methods
  • Track 5-5Experimental analysis of laminated plate and shell structures
  • Track 5-6Image correlation techniques
  • Track 5-7Aerospace Engineering
  • Track 5-8Crystallography

Materials science is an intriguing area of research that is regularly at the cutting edge of science and engineering. It includes both growing new materials and enhancing existing ones, and has vital applications both for enhancing everyday life and for progressing different fields of research. There is a wide range of applications for Materials Science and Engineering to describe it as a mix of chemical, mechanical, and civil engineering. In metallurgy, where you look at the effects of heat treating and doping to extract metal from the ground and give it specific properties. In chemistry and physical process to get gold, iron, and copper out of dirt in the ground (ore).  And the end products like spring steel, stainless steel, aircraft grade aluminium, chrome plated rims. In aviation, they require materials that are solid, even at extraordinary temperatures, normally exceptional ceramics or composites.

  • Track 6-1Experimental methods for process characterization
  • Track 6-2Manufacturing, upscaling and Automation
  • Track 6-3Machining of composites
  • Track 6-4Aerospace, Automotive and Rail applications of composites
  • Track 6-5Bio and Medical applications of composites
  • Track 6-6Civil and Structural applications of composites
  • Track 6-7Composite Repair techniques, self-healing composites
  • Track 6-8Composites in Innovative applications
  • Track 6-9Offshore structures and Marine Applications of Composites

Characterization refers to the broad and general process by which a material's structure and properties are probed and measured. It is a fundamental process in the field of materials science, without which no scientific understanding of materials could be ascertained. A huge range of techniques are used to characterize various macroscopic properties of materials, including: Mechanical testing, including tensile, compressive, and torsional, creep, fatigue, toughness and hardness testing. Differential thermal analysis (DTA) Dielectric thermal analysis etc.

Materials Analysis means the quantitative methods and equipment used to provide us with “Numerical Information” about the components and constituents of any materials. In materials analysis we are using two main techniques; the Chromatography Technique (A Separation Technique) and Elemental Analysis Technique.

  • Track 7-1Optical Microscope
  • Track 7-2Ion Chromatograph (IC)
  • Track 7-3Gas Chromatograph
  • Track 7-4Raman Spectrometer
  • Track 7-5UV-Vis Spectrometer
  • Track 7-6X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF)
  • Track 7-7X-Ray Diffractometer (XRD)
  • Track 7-8Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM)
  • Track 7-9Scanning Probe Microscope (SPM)
  • Track 7-10Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM)
  • Track 7-11Liquid Chromatograph

With the increase in computing power, simulating the behaviour of materials has become possible. This enables materials scientists to discover properties of materials formerly unknown, as well as to design new materials. As of not long ago, new materials were found by tedious experimentation forms. In any case, now it is trusted that computational strategies could radically decrease that time, and permit tailoring materials properties. This involves simulating materials at all length scales, using methods such as density functional theory, molecular dynamics, etc. Besides material characterization, the material scientist or engineer also deals with extracting materials and converting them into useful forms. Accordingly ingot throwing, foundry strategies, impact heater extraction, and electrolytic extraction are all piece of the required learning of a materials engineer

  • Track 8-1Nonlocal theories
  • Track 8-2Damage mechanics
  • Track 8-3Generalized continuum theories
  • Track 8-4Advanced Numerical Techniques
  • Track 8-5Micromechanics
  • Track 8-6Optimization techniques and methods
  • Track 8-7Plate and Shell finite elements
  • Track 8-8Stability of Nano, Micro and Macro Structures
  • Track 8-9Delamination and fracture