Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

Materials chemistry involves the use of chemistry for the design and synthesis of materials with interesting or potentially useful physical characteristics, such as magnetic, optical, structural or catalytic properties. It also involves the characterization, processing and molecular-level understanding of these substances.

  • Track 1-1Advanced Materials Processing
  • Track 1-2Materials Synthesis and Processing
  • Track 1-3Energy Systems
  • Track 1-4Materials for energy harvesting
  • Track 1-5Materials for energy transport and storage
  • Track 1-6Materials for energy conversion

Nanomaterials are chemical substances or materials that are manufactured and used at a very small scale. Nanomaterials are developed to exhibit novel characteristics compared to the same material without nanoscale features, such as increased strength, chemical reactivity or conductivity. Nano Science deals with the study of Nano particles and their properties.

  • Track 2-1Nanomaterials and nanocomposites
  • Track 2-2Microfabrication
  • Track 2-3Materials metrology and Synthesis
  • Track 2-4Nanoparticles
  • Track 2-5Carbon nanotubes
  • Track 2-6Nanophotonic
  • Track 2-7Nanomedicine
  • Track 2-8Quantum dots, carbon dots
  • Track 2-9Nanofabrication
  • Track 2-10Nanobiomaterials/drug delivery
  • Track 2-11Nanotubes
  • Track 2-12Nanomechanics

Biomaterials play an integral role in medicine today—restoring function and facilitating healing for people after injury or disease. Biomaterials may be natural or synthetic and are used in medical applications to support, enhance, or replace damaged tissue or a biological function. The modern field of biomaterials combines medicine, biology, physics, and chemistry, and more recent influences from tissue engineering and materials science. The field has grown significantly in the past decade due to discoveries in tissue engineering, regenerative medicine, and more.

  • Track 3-1Biomedical Imaging and Instrumentation
  • Track 3-2Drug Delivery and Nanomedicine
  • Track 3-3Mechanics of Biological Materials
  • Track 3-4Nano bio Applications
  • Track 3-5Sensor technology
  • Track 3-6Injectable biomaterials
  • Track 3-7Supramolecular biomaterials

Electronics, photonics and device physics is the study and development of components for processing information or for system control. Electronics operates using electrons, whereas photonics uses light. An important focus is on miniaturization; reducing the size of individual components so that they can be integrated together in compact modules.

  • Track 4-1Nanophotonic
  • Track 4-2Advanced photonic devices
  • Track 4-3Microwave photonics
  • Track 4-4Electromagnetic theory and antennas
  • Track 4-5Fiber-optic networks
  • Track 4-6Nanotechnology spintronics

Optoelectronics is the science about study and application of electronic devices that interact with light. In recent years, the magnetic and the optoelectronic materials have attracted a great deal interest due to their potential use in industries. Their structural, electronic and optical properties have been widely studied in both theoretical and experimental works. Much of the interest of the presented materials is due to their potential application in “spintronics” devices.

  • Track 5-1Optically Driven, In-Situ Growth of Nanoparticles in Polymer Matrices
  • Track 5-2Hybrid Devices
  • Track 5-3New Electron-Carrying Organic Semiconductors
  • Track 5-4Organic Electronics for Chemical Sensing
  • Track 5-5Tuning Semiconductor Device Properties with Static Charge
  • Track 5-6Thermoelectric Polymer Blends

The field of "green technology" encompasses a continuously evolving group of methods and materials, from techniques for generating energy to non-toxic cleaning products. This field will bring innovation and changes in daily life of similar magnitude to the "information technology" explosion over the last two decades. In these early stages, it is impossible to predict what "green technology" may eventually encompass.

  • Track 6-1Green chemistry education
  • Track 6-2Principles in Green Chemistry
  • Track 6-3Atom Economy
  • Track 6-4Green chemistry in society and markets
  • Track 6-5Green Extraction Techniques
  • Track 6-6Hierarchical Approach
  • Track 6-7Green metrics and Greenness evaluation
  • Track 6-8Future Challenges in Green Chemistry and Engineering
  • Track 6-9Sub- and Supercritical Fluid Technology

The field of materials Chemistry is an important one within aerospace engineering. Its practice is defined by the international standards bodies who maintain standards for the materials and processes involved. 

  • Track 7-1MEMS
  • Track 7-2Titanium aerospace applications
  • Track 7-3Space Environment and its interaction with Spacecraft
  • Track 7-4Attitude Dynamics and Formation Flying Control
  • Track 7-5Spacecraft subsystems
  • Track 7-6Astrodynamics & Astrophysics
  • Track 7-7Fluid dynamics
  • Track 7-8Space Shuttle & Space technology
  • Track 7-9Aerodynamics
  • Track 7-10Fluid Mechanics
  • Track 7-11Robotics and Mechatronics
  • Track 7-12Aviation Safety

Smart materials are designed materials that have one or more than one property that can be significantly changed in a controlled fashion by external way stimuli, such as stress, temperature, moisture, pH, electric or magnetic fields.

  • Track 8-1Smart Structures
  • Track 8-2Smart materials in Architecture and Civil Engineering
  • Track 8-3Environmental Technology
  • Track 8-4Smart Biomaterials and Medical Devices
  • Track 8-5Smart Biomaterials and Medical Devices
  • Track 8-6Carbon nanotubes and Graphene
  • Track 8-7Spintronics

Theoretical chemistry is the discipline that uses quantum mechanics, classical mechanics, and statistical mechanics to explain the structures and dynamics of chemical systems and to correlate, understand, and predict their thermodynamic and kinetic properties. Modern theoretical chemistry may be roughly divided into the study of chemical structure and the study of chemical dynamics

  • Track 9-1Computational Studies of Nanoscale Materials
  • Track 9-2Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion
  • Track 9-3Materials Informatics
  • Track 9-4Phase-Change Alloy for Memory Applications
  • Track 9-5Extended Time Scale Simulation Studies of Nanoscale Friction
  • Track 9-6Meta-Codes for Computational Kinetics

polymer is a large molecule made up of chains or rings of linked repeating subunits, which are called monomers. Polymers usually have high melting and boiling points. Because the molecules consist of many monomers, polymers tend to have high molecular masses.

  • Track 10-1Polymer theory and simulation
  • Track 10-2Polymer processing
  • Track 10-3Polymer applications
  • Track 10-4Glass, Rubber, fibres-Synthesis and properties
  • Track 10-5Metals
  • Track 10-6Steel technologies
  • Track 10-7Film technology

Renewable energy is energy that comes from sources that are readily replenishable on short-timescales. Examples of these are solar radiation, wind, and biomass. Sustainable energy is a form of energy that meet our today’s demand of energy without putting them in danger of getting expired or depleted and can be used repeatedly. Sustainable energy should be widely encouraged as it does not cause any harm to the environment and is available widely free of cost. All renewable energy sources like solar, wind, geothermal, hydropower and ocean energy are sustainable as they are stable and available in plenty.

  • Track 11-1Bioenergy
  • Track 11-2Geothermal
  • Track 11-3Photovoltaics
  • Track 11-4Renewable Fuels
  • Track 11-5Solar Thermal
  • Track 11-6Wind
  • Track 11-7CO2 Capture, Storage & Conversion
  • Track 11-8Combustion
  • Track 11-9Combustion
  • Track 11-10Enhanced Oil Recovery
  • Track 11-11Natural Gas
  • Track 11-12Nuclear
  • Track 11-13Unconventional Oil & Gas
  • Track 11-14Water Systems

Surfaces and interfaces are ubiquitous in any real “materials system”. Indeed, the reactions involving surfaces and interfaces govern the formation of molecules in the universe and most chemical transformations on Earth and throughout our solar system. Surfaces and interfaces play critical roles in all of electronics and in many biochemical, environmental, and industrial processes. In fact, they are prominent in, and often the basis for, new trans-formational technologies. Thus, currently, there is a massive worldwide effort to understand and control surface and interfacial processes on the atomic and molecular scale.

  • Track 12-1Catalysis
  • Track 12-2Catalytic synthesis and storage
  • Track 12-3Corrosion
  • Track 12-4Insulators
  • Track 12-5Semi-conductors

The concept of rational design of materials with novel properties through effective use of computational methods is an attractive notion. It has the potential to mitigate the costs, risks and time involved in an Edisonian, or “mix-and-match” approach to the preparation and testing of promising new materials and could yield valuable insights into the fundamental mechanisms underlying their behaviour. Moreover, this paradigm for efficiently navigating through the complexities of chemical and physical spaces is an essential ingredient of the Materials Genome Initiative. In order to fully realize the promise for such rational materials design, advanced computational modelling and informatics approaches are required.

  • Track 13-1Materials theory
  • Track 13-2Microstructure & Property Relationships
  • Track 13-3Structural Materials
  • Track 13-4Material Science in electronic world
  • Track 13-5Welding metallurgy
  • Track 13-6Functional surface coatings
  • Track 13-7Thermally tuned composites
  • Track 13-8Materials in medicinal field

Robotics is a branch of engineering that involves the conception, design, manufacture, and operation of robots. This field overlaps with electronics, computer science, artificial intelligence, mechatronics, nanotechnology and bioengineering.

  • Track 14-1Adaptive Control
  • Track 14-2Aerial Robots
  • Track 14-3Artificial Intelligence
  • Track 14-4Autonomous Cars
  • Track 14-5Behaviour Based Robots
  • Track 14-6Bio-Inspired Robots
  • Track 14-7Robot Control
  • Track 14-8Human- Robot Interaction