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World Summit on Advanced Materials and Engineering (MATSCI 2019) is going to be organized in the beautiful city of Singapore on June 20-21, 2019 at Holiday Inn Atrium, primarily focusing on the theme “New materials and new technologies”.
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 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.
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There is a wide range of applications for Materials Science and Engineering. A mix of chemical, mechanical, and civil engineering. Traditional MSE focused on metallurgy, where you look at the effects of heat treating and doping (adding other elements) to extract metal from the ground and give it specific properties. Think about the chemistry and physical process to get gold, iron, and copper out of the dirt in the ground (ore). And the end products like spring steel, stainless steel, aircraft grade aluminum, chrome plated rims. In aerospace, they need materials that are strong, even at extreme temperatures, usually special ceramics or composites.
In electronic materials, there is research in everything from OLED TV screens to quantum computing. Even the manufacture of tiny computer chips uses lithography, which is an application of materials science.
There are bio-materials, where research is being done to improve the quality of dental implants and hip replacements, among other materials that would be in contact with, or embedded in the human body... 3D printed tissues are becoming a popular area, e.g. for organ replacements and burn victims.
Building materials like Drywall can now be lighter weight, tougher, and better at damping sound, and even absorbing volatile organic compounds, thanks to materials engineers.
Extending the life of a nuclear reactor comes down to inspecting all the materials, and checking if and why materials are degrading. This can mean millions or billions in savings, and it requires experts to ensure the right calculations are made, ranging from Corrosion to pressure to heat and mass transfer...
And when things go bad, specifically when there are catastrophic failures, materials science, and engineering allows us to determine how and why something failed, both to determine who is liable to the insurance companies can hash it out, and prevent similar catastrophes from happening again.
Polymers and composites are used to make lightweight materials used in race cars and sports equipment.
Material Science and Engineering; Ceramics and Composite Materials; Electronic and Magnetic Materials; Mining, Metallurgy and Materials Science; Emerging Smart Materials; Materials Chemistry and Physics; Manufacturing Innovations; Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology; Characterization & Testing of Materials; Biomaterials and Medical Devices; Materials in Industry; Petroleum Chemistry
Electronics and Photonics; Graphene, Fullerenes and 3D Materials; Polymer Science and Technology; Smart & Hybrid Materials; Industrial Engineering; Electronic Material Development Ceramics & Composite Materials.
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