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Deciphering the Technological Transition in Materials Science
- Material Science 2019

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We would like to express a great appreciation to all the plenary speakers and participants joined this international network and visited Frankfurt, to make their deposit by their high quality presentations, exciting and interesting discussions at the unique atmosphere of this fruitful scientific gathering.

AAC hosted 3rd International Conference on Materials Science and Engineering during October 7-8, 2019 at Frankfurt, Germany based on the theme “Deciphering the Technological Transition in Materials Science”.

Material Science 2019 was marked with multiple sessions, keynote presentations and panel discussions. We received copious involvement and response from young and brilliant researchers, business delegates and talented communities who made this Conference as one of the most successful and productive events in 2019 from AAC.

Material Science 2019 started with the welcome and opening remarks of the conference host and the proceedings also went through interactive sessions and panel discussions headed by a young and dynamic moderator, Mrs. Andrea Urban, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany.

The meeting was carried out through different sessions, in which the discussions were held on the following major scientific topics:

  • MEMS Technology
  • Polymer Science
  • Machine Learning for Materials Science
  • Materials Science in Physics
  • Materials Science
  • Nanotechnology in Materials Science
  • Material Science in Chemistry
  • Surface Engineering
  • Materials in Tissue Engineering

Conference carried out by various scientific-sessions and plenary lectures in which the following Speakers were highlighted as Keynote speakers:

  • Rajan Sen | University of South Florida | USA
  • Alex Patist | Bolt Threads | USA
  • Horst D Peters | Aluminium Technology Consultants ( ATC) | Germany
  • Guessasma S | INRA | France
  • Xiping Guo | Northwestern Polytechnical University | China
  • Reza Javaherdashti | Paracorrosion Consultants | Australia
  • Ronkainen Helena | VTT Technical Research Centre | Finland
  • Aguiar J | University of Minho | Portugal
  • Ioannis Karapanagiotis | University Ecclesiastical Academy of Thessaloniki | Greece
  • Ioury Timoshkov | Belarus State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics | Republic of Belarus
  • Shailender Gaur | PWD B&R Hisar | India

AAC has taken the privilege of felicitating the Organizing Committee, Keynote Speakers and all the speakers who supported for the grand success of this event. We would like to congratulate the awardees for their outstanding performance in the field of Materials Science and Engineering and express our gratitude to all the attendees who put their efforts in presentations and sincerely wishes them success in future endeavours.

Following on from the success of Material Science 2019 Conference, we are excited to announce the commencement of the 4th International Conference on Materials Science and Engineering.

Bookmark your dates: We hope to see you at Material Science 2020 at Prague, Czech Republic during May 04-05, 2020.

Meet again @ Material Science 2020

Welcome Message

Weare delighted to welcome our international and national presenters, delegatesfrom Materials Science research groups across the world to the forthcoming 3rdInternational Conference on MaterialsScience and Engineeringduring October 07-08, 2019 at Frankfurt, Germany.

Material Science 2019includes exhibition of products, high-standard lectures and keynote lecturesgiven by outstanding scholars invited from academia and industry in the fieldof material science.

Thisevent will be an occasion for participants and delegates to make newacquaintances and strengthen existing friendships. Material Science 2019 programmotivates and encourages young scientists and graduate students to enhancetheir research and career level.

Ourmultidisciplinary meeting will feature the most up-to-date research, diversetopics of interest, and educational sessions with leading experts in the arenaof Material Science, Graphene,Nanomaterials,Engineering, Biomaterials,Metallurgy, Physics, and Chemistry.

Wehope that, despite an intense program, you also will be able to get someglimpses of our host city Frankfurt. Frankfurt is one of the Germany's leadingtourist destinations and its diversity supports a vibrant cultural scene, inaddition to its economy and infrastructure.

Weare looking forward to welcoming you all for what promises to be an outstandingeducational and industrial event.

Session / Tracks

Session on Materials Science:

Materials Science is notto be thought of as a solitary discipline, but rather as a wide and indispensablefield of information and strategies that establish a fundamental foundationstone of current modern technologies. In that regard, materials resembles otherspreading fields, for example, communications, energy, medical science,engineering and nanotechnology, each of which encompasses few disciplines andis characterized by tremendous effect on society.

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Related Societies: Alpha Sigma MuInstituteof Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3), MaterialsResearch Society (MRS), Society for the Advancementof Material and Process Engineering (SAMPE), American Society for Testingand Materials (ASTM International), AmericanSociety of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

Session on Tribology:

The investigation of wear, friction , lubrication isof huge practical significance, because the capacity of numerous mechanical, biologicaland electromechanical systems relies upon the appropriate wear and friction values.The surfaceroughness of machine components is the core reason for failure rate of anytribo pair.

Implementing tribologicalknowledge provide economic benefits by reducing energy loss due to friction, reducingdepreciation of machinery  and loss dueto breakdowns. In recent decades, tribology has received expandingattention as it has turned out to be the evident that the wastage of resourcesresulting from high wearand friction is more prominent than 6% of the Gross National Product.

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Related Associations:  AmericanBearing Manufacturers Association,  European Lubricants and Greases Institute(ELGI) , InternationalTribology Council , GermanySociety for Tribology eV  

Session on Biomaterials, Tissue Engineering and Biomedical Devices:

The modern field of biomaterials combines biology, medicine,chemistry, physics, and also more recent impacts from tissueengineering and material science. The field has developedsignificantly in the past decade because of innovations in regenerativemedicine and tissue engineering.

Biomaterials, for example, bone substitutes andcollagen layers, are utilized regularly in regenerative dentistry as well asfor bone and ligament regeneration in orthopaedics.

Recently, scientists developed an injectable,engineered biomaterial that reversed type 1 diabetes innon-obese diabetic mice. Researchers are also investigating the improvement ofsupramolecular biomaterials that can be turned on or off inresponse to physiological indications or that mimic regular biological signalling.

Biomaterials can be reengineered into formed or machined parts, coatings, filaments, foams and fabrics for use in biomedical devices. These may incorporate heart valves, hip joint substitutions, dental implants, or contact lens. The biodegradable and bio-absorbable property of biomaterials made them to disposed of step by step from the body in the wake of fulfilling a function.

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RelatedSocieties: Societyfor Biomaterials (SFB), Societyof Biomaterials and ArtificialorgansCanadianBiomaterials Society, Tissue and CellEngineering SocietyMaterialsResearch Society (MRS), The UnitedKingdom Society for Biomaterials (UKSB),EuropeanSociety of biomaterials

Sessionon Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials:

Nanotechnologyis having an effect in various spheres of material science.

Thecapacity to see nano-sized materialshas opened a world of possible outcomes in a variety of scientific endeavoursand industries. Because nanotechnology is basically a set of techniques thatpermit manipulation of properties at an exceptionally small scale, it can havenumerous applications, for example, micro/nano electro mechanical systems,fabrics, molecular manufacturing.

Engineerednanomaterials areintentionally designed and developed with physico-chemical properties for aparticular function or purpose.

Nanomaterialsthat show different properties on the nanoscale are carbonnanotubes, inorganic nanowires, graphene, dendrimers,nanoparticles and quantum dots.

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Related Societies: IntelligentTesting Strategies for Engineered Nanomaterials (ITS-NANO), NationalInstitute for Nanotechnology,RussianNanotechnology CorporationAmericanNational Standards Institute Nanotechnology Panel (ANSI-NSP), MaterialsResearch Society

Session on Computational MaterialsScience:

A progression of national activities in material science and technology has progressivelyemphasized the significance of computational techniques for materials discovery and for increasing thespeed of materials advancement. The complex nature of materialsimplies that hypothesis and simulation must be produced at several distinctivelengths and time scales, spreading over electronic structure to component in size,and femtoseconds to years in time.

The computational technique covers allmaterial types and applications, which implies that computational materialscience is entwined with allfields of materials.

Computational Materials Scientists will become key players inindustrial R&D effforts; they will shape engineering and scientificresearch focussing on the structure, processing and use of novel high tech materials with superior mechanical,thermodynamic, and electronic properties.

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Related Societies: Center for Theoretical andComputational Materials ScienceAbrasiveEngineering SocietyMaterials Research Society

Sessionon Advanced and Smart materials:

Advanced materials are modifications to existingmaterials to obtain higher performance in one or more characteristics that aresignificant for the application Advancedmaterials industry encompasses a full life cycle from materials extraction, materialscharacterisation, primary production, process development and to productfabrication, testing, use , waste management and recycling. The development of advancedmaterial can leads to the design of completely new products includingmedical implants and computers.

There are many groups of smart materials, eachexhibiting particular properties which can be harnessed in a variety ofhigh-tech and day to day applications. Those include shape memory alloys,magnetostrictive materials, piezoelectricmaterials, and chromic materials.

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Related Societies: Society for the Advancementof Materials Process and EngineeringCaspian EngineersSocietyMaterialsEngineering SocietySociety of EngineeringScience

Sessionon Materials for Energy:

Because of the burgeoning science ofnanotechnology, the frontiers of energy storage research are expanding. Theextensive utilisation of energy and depleting fossil fuel sourcesmake it important to continuously search for new way to achieve renewable andsustainable energy sources. Developments of advanced functional materials for energy conversion, generation, and storagetechnologies have critical importance.

The widespread applications include, varietyof solarand fuel cells, batteries, supercapacitors, conversion of fossil fuels andbiofuels, hydrogen production and storage.

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Related Societies: Materials Research Society (MRS), HeatTreating Society (HTS), ASTMInternational (formerly American Society for Testing andMaterials), ASMInternational (ASM), AmericanInstitute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)

Session on Semiconductors:

Semiconductors are the key elements for the majorityof electronic systems, serving communications, computing, signal processing andcontrol applications in both the industrial and consumer markets.

Semiconductors are employed in the manufacture ofdifferent kinds of electronicdevices, including transistors, integrated circuits and diodes. Due totheir compactness, reliability, power efficiency, and low cost, suchdevices have found broad application.

As discrete components, they have found usein power devices, light emitters and optical sensors, includingsolid-state lasers. They have current- and voltage-handling potential and,more significantly, make themselves to integration into complex butreadily manufacturable microelectroniccircuits.

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Related Societies: Semiconductor ResearchCorporationSemi and SemaTechSociety for Applied SpectroscopySociety of EngineeringScienceAmericanPhysical Society and AmericanInstitute of Physics

Sessionon Optoelectronics, Photonics and Magnetic materials:

Optoelectronics encompasses the structure, productionand investigation of electronicequipment devices that converts electricity into photon signals for differentuses such as medical equipment, telecommunications and general science. Theyare applied in electric eyes, photovoltaic power supplies, various monitoringand control circuits, and optical fiber communications systems.

Photonics supports technologies of daily lifefrom smartphones tocomputers to the Internet to therapeutic instruments to lighting technology.The 21st century will depend as much on photonicsas the twentieth century relied upon electronics

Magnetic materials are another noteworthy field ofapplications of compositeand nanostructured metallic materials that are created by partialcrystallization of bulk glassy alloys. They are always utilized in powertransmission and generation, electronic appliances, analogue and digital datastorage, medical appliances like MRI, scientific instruments etc.

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RelatedSocieties: Electronic Device FailureAnalysis Society (EDFAS), Instituteof Electrical and Electronics EngineersAmericanChemical SocietyHeattreating Society

Sessionon Metallurgy, Corrosion and Mining:

Recentmetallurgical research is concerned about the preparation of radioactive metals,with refining rare metals, with acquiring metals economically fromlow grade minerals, and with the alloys formulation. Tremendous quantities ofsteels, aluminium, titanium,copper, and nickel compositesare utilized for vehicles, ships, airplane, bridges, spacecraft, and buildings.

Corrosion is a dangerousand costly problem. Corrosionthreatens the safe disposal of radioactive waste that must be stored incontainers for tens of thousands of years, corroded medical implants may causeblood poisoning .There are plenty of methods for protection against corrosionwhich are in common use, whether by providing a physical barrier or deliberatecontrol of the corrosion reaction.

Mining is challenging field for bothmachine and human. As the demand for minerals become higher and thesources of useful metals are depleted, reuse and recoveryare becomes significant.

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Related Societies: TheMinerals, Metals and Materials SocietyAmerican Institute ofMining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum EngineersAmericanPowder Metallurgy InstituteBrazilian Association forMaterials and Metallurgy

Sessionon Polymer Science and Technology:

Polymer science is of expanding importance foreveryone’s daily life. Polymersare the integral part of many modern functional materials, gears, and devices.  Currently, the emphasis has been onspeciality polymers that are costly yet have specificproperties that give high esteem, for instance, therapeutic prostheses such as,hip cups, replacement tendons or adaptable light-discharging diodes.

Polymericmaterials can be designed onthe atomic scale to meet the requirements of advanced technology. The possiblecontrol of engineered processes by biological systems is promising as a meansof idealizing structures

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Related Societies: ThePolymer Society, American Chemical Society (ACS), PolymerSociety of KoreaInternationalOrganization on Shape Memory and Superelastic Technologies (SMST), MaterialsResearch Society (MRS)

Sessionon Surface Science and Engineering:

Anengineering componentwill fail when its surface cannot withstand the external forces or environmentto which it is subjected. The choice of a surfacematerial with the appropriate optical, thermal, electrical and magneticproperties and resistance to wear, degradation, and corrosion, is crucial toits functionality. 

Surface Engineering hasenormous economic benefits. It embraces a broad range of techniques, techniqueswhich are attracting the greatest international interest is the Plasma andIon-based SurfaceEngineering (PISE) techniques.

Newcoatings processesmay create opportunities for new products which could not otherwise exist. Thelargest benefit of industrial coatings is that they will extend the overalllifespan of the materials that are being covered. Also, the coatingsprocess can save significant maintenance costs.

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Related Societies: The American Electroplatersand Surface Finishers Society, Inc.AmericanChemical SocietyMaterialsResearch SocietySocietyof Manufacturing Engineers

Session on Composite and Ceramicsmaterials:

Composites, also mentioned as Fiber-ReinforcedPolymer (FRP) composites,and are made from a polymer matrix that is reinforced with anengineered or natural fiber (like glass, carbon or aramid) or other reinforcingmaterial.Comparing to materials such as plastic and rubber, newbiocomposites have less impact on the environment. The worldwide composite materials market is developing at about 5%every year, with carbon fiber requirement, developing at 12% every year.

Ceramics can be dense or lightweight based ontheir method of formation. Advanced ceramicmaterials are well developedin many areas, such as, from fridge magnets to an increasing range orindustries, including metals processing and production, electronics, aerospace, automotiveand personnel protection. Ceramics can also be formed to serve aselectrically conductive materials and few ceramics, likesuperconductors, can also show magnetic properties.

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Related Societies: AmericanCeramic Society, The (ACerS), AmericanChemical Society (ACS), Minerals Metals & Materials Society, The(TMS), Societyfor the Advancement of Material and ProcessEngineering (SAMPE), International Society ofCoating Science and Technology

Sessionon Materials Science in Textiles:

Textile science is thesubset of materials science but also the science identified with all theprocedures required to change a polymer into a fiber, then a yarn, then afabric/texture, as well as all the chemical processes connected to theseproducts at one step of the transformation. Materialssuch as optical fibres, metallic, and conductive polymers may be integratedinto the textile structure, thus supplying sensing capabilities, electricalconductivity, and data transmission.

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RelatedSocieties: AmericanCeramic Society, The (ACerS), AmericanChemical Society (ACS), Minerals Metals & Materials Society, The(TMS), Societyfor the Advancement of Material and ProcessEngineering (SAMPE), International Society ofCoating Science and Technology

Sessionon Emerging Trends in Materials Science:

Since the dawn of civilisation, materials have been shaping human history.The need for smarter and better materials is big and endless. Hard, complex materials with many components are utilized tofabricate some of today's most recent technology tools.

There are many emerging technologies in Material Science to improve the quality of productsand their life span.  Silica aerogels can be utilized as a part of imaging devices and optics.Conductive polymerdirects power. Fullerenes arecomparable in structure to graphite, which is made up of stacked graphene sheets of connected hexagonal rings.The other advancements include Innovative materials for Automotive Industry, Graphene, Quantum Dots, Bulk metallic glass,Vetigel and more.

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Related Societies: AlphaSigma MuInstituteof Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3)MaterialsResearch Society (MRS), Society for the Advancementof Material and ProcessEngineering (SAMPE), AmericanSociety for Testing and Materials ( ASTM International), AmericanSociety of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) 

Market Analysis

Highlights of Global Market of Materials Science:

The global material market was valued at $149 million in 2015, and is expected to reach $1,387 million by 2022, growing at a CAGR of 39.7% during the forecast period. The global market for Aluminum systems and metal powder witnessed a sudden growth in 2013, and is subjected to grow at a CAGR of 5.65% and 3.80% from 2015 to 2020, to reach $147.13 Billion and $4,062.2 Million by 2020.

The global Metamaterials market should grow from $448.0 million in 2018 to $1.8 billion by 2023 at an annual growth rate (CAGR) of 32.0% from 2018 to 2023. The market will further grow to $5.9 billion by 2028 at a CAGR of 26.8% from 2023 to 2028.

The market size of biomaterials  is assessed to attain $139 by 2022, developing at a CAGR of 11.8% from 2016 to 2022. Metallic biomaterials component is relied upon to contribute to the market income until 2022. North America held the major position in the global market and is relied upon to keep up its lead all through the investigation time period. 

The world-wide market of molten salt reactors would grow from $8.9 billion in 2017 to $15.1 billion by 2022 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.1% from 2017 to 2022.

Nanoengineered surfaces market should grow from $402.9 million in 2017 to $1.7 billion by 2022 at a CAGR of 31.7% from 2017 to 2022.

The advanced materials, which form a basis of the modern high technology such as steels, metallic alloys, super-alloys, carbon materials, polymers, electronic, optical, and magnetic materials, superconductors, technical ceramics, composites, biomaterials

Many of these have been successfully adapted by the market and are now utilized in a range of industries and the urban living environment. They are encountered daily in the areas of health, communication, consumer goods and transportation.

Materials Science 2019 welcomes contributions from

  • Service, supply, and consulting companies
  • Universities, research centers, and institutes
  • Professional societies and labour unions
  • Local, national, and international governmental organizations
  • Non-governmental organization

Major Societies around the world

  • German Materials Science Society
  • American Chemical Society
  • American Physical Society (APS)
  • The Materials Information Society (ASM International)
  • Microscopy Society of America (MSA)
  • The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS)
  • Sigma Xi: The Scientific Research Society
  •  International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE)
  • The American Ceramic Society (ACerS)
  • International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM)

Top Materials Science Universities in Germany

  • RWTH Aachen University
  • Uni Bayreuth
  • Uni Bochum
  • TU Clausthal
  • TU Darmstadt
  • Uni Duisburg-Essen
  •  Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg
  • TU München/Garching
  • University of the Saarland
  • Uni Jena

Past Conference Report

We would like to express a great appreciation to all the plenary speakers and participants joined this international network and visited Paris, to make their deposit by their high quality presentations, exciting and interesting discussions at the unique atmosphere of this fruitful scientific gathering.

AAC hosted 2nd International Conference on Materials Science and Engineering during February 25-26, 2019 at Paris, France based on the theme “Synergy to Revamp the Innovations in Materials Science”.

Material Science 2019 was marked with multiple sessions, keynote presentations and panel discussions. We received copious involvement and response from young and brilliant researchers, business delegates and talented communities who made this Conference as one of the most successful and productive events in 2019 from AAC.

Material Science 2019 started with the welcome and opening remarks of the conference host and the proceedings also went through interactive sessions and panel discussions headed by a young and dynamic moderator, Mrs. Andrea Urban, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany.

The meeting was carried out through different sessions, in which the discussions were held on the following major scientific topics:

  • Materials Science and Engineering
  • Manufacturing
  • Surface Engineering
  • Graphene
  • Composites
  • Materials Science in Chemistry
  • 2D materials
  • Building materials
  • Nanostructured Materials
  • Semiconductors
  • Fibers

Conference carried out by various scientific-sessions and plenary lectures in which the following Speakers were highlighted as Keynote speakers:

  • Volodymyr Chernenko, Ikerbasque, Spain
  • Van Kerckhove Gunther, OCSiAl Europe Sarl, Luxembourg
  • Raafat El-Hacha, University of Calgary, Canada
  • Marc BRUNEL, Rouen Normandy University, France
  • Zhang C, National University of Singapore, Singapore
  • Schmitt V, CNRS University of Bordeaux, France
  • Qi Zhang, Cranfield University, United Kingdom
  • Andrei N Salak, University of Aveiro, Portugal
  • Cefe López, Institute of Materials Science of Madrid, Spain
  • Guessasma S, INRA, France

AAC has taken the privilege of felicitating the Organizing Committee, Keynote Speakers and all the speakers who supported for the grand success of this event. We would like to congratulate the awardees for their outstanding performance in the field of Materials Science and Engineering and express our gratitude to all the attendees who put their efforts in presentations and sincerely wishes them success in future endeavours.

With the unique feedback from the Conference, AAC would like to announce the commencement of the 3rd International Conference on Materials Science and Engineering.

Bookmark your dates: We hope to see you at Material Science 2019 at Frankfurt, Germany during October 07-08, 2019.

Meet again @ Material Science 2019

Organizing Committee
OCM Member
Ephraim Suhir
Research Professor
Portland State University
Portland, USA
OCM Member
Qi Zhang
Cranfield University
Cranfield, United Kingdom
OCM Member
Ioannis Karapanagiotis
University Ecclesiastical Academy of Thessaloniki
Thessaloniki, Greece
OCM Member
Sofiane Guessasma
INRA (French National Institute for Agricultural Research), France
Paris, France
OCM Member
Reza Jamshidi Rodbari
R&C Jam Catalyst Co-LTD
João Pessoa, Brazil
OCM Member
Lourdes Cristina Lucena Agostinho Jamshidi
R&C Jam Catalyst Co-LTD
João Pessoa, Brazil
OCM Member
Sumit Kumar Gupta
Dean, Faculty of Science, Physics
Parishkar College of Global of Excellence
Jaipur, India
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