First Round of Abstract Submission Ends: Sep 30, 2024
Extended Early Bird Ends: Jun 20, 2024

Programme Overview


Prof. Michel W. Barsoum, Drexel University, USA

1D Lepidocrocite Titania-based Nanomaterials, Their Diverse Morphologies and Exceptional Properties

Prof. Meilin Liu, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Reversible Fuel Cells for Hydrogen and Electricity Generation

Prof. Federico Rosei, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique, Canada

Multifunctional materials for emerging technologies

Prof. Ute Kaiser, Ulm University, Germany

Happy Marriage between Low-Dimensional Materials and Low-Voltage Transmission Electron Microscopy

Prof. Ya-Ping Sun, Clemson University, USA

Carbon Dots: Exploring Carbon at the Zero-Dimension

Prof. Michel Armand, CIC energiGUNE, Spain

Solid-State Batteries with Polymer Electrolytes

Prof. Albert Davydov, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), USA

A Journey from the “Forest” of Nanowires to the “Flatland” of 2D Materials

Prof. Chuanbao Cao, Beijing Institute of Technology, China

The cathode materials of Mg batteries with high voltages

Prof. Samo Kralj, University of Maribor, Slovenia

Liquid crystals as the laboratory of fundamental sciences

Prof. Kung Chung Yuan, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan

The formation of the four-way symmetric translational tiles (crystal) and corresponding unit cells

Prof. Yue Wu, Iowa State University, USA

2D Metal Carbides (MXenes) for Catalysis

Prof. Andrei G Fedorov, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Control of Resolution and Growth Rate in Direct-Write Electron Beam Synthesis of Functional Nanostructures

Prof. Fanglin (Frank) Chen, University of South Carolina, USA

Advanced Materials Development for Energy Conversion and Chemical Decarbonization

Prof. Wenfang Sun, The University of Alabama, USA

Iridium(III) complexes as potential theranostic phototherapy agents

Prof. Kristen A. Fichthorn, Penn State University, USA

Theory of Shape-Selective Metal Nanocrystal Synthesis

Prof. Deep Jariwala, University of Pennsylvania, USA

Heterostructures for Extreme Electronics: From Low-Power Logic to High Temperature Memory

Prof. Hans Fecht, Ulm University, Germany

Fabrication and Applications of Nanocrystalline Diamond and Engineered Diamond Micro- and Nanocomponents

Prof. Soumendra Basu, Boston University, USA

Correlating microstructural changes to performance degradation of reversible solid oxide cells

Prof. Limin Qi, Peking University, China

Nanoarrays for electrocatalytic and photoelectrochemical water splitting

Prof. Lei Zhai, University of Central Florida, USA

Composites of Polymer Derived Ceramics

Dr. Sakineh Chabi, University of New Mexico, USA

Diving into Low-Dimensional Silicon Carbide Optics and Electronics

Prof. Hiroyuki Shima, University of Yamanashi, Japan

Self-organization theory of dislocation patterns in fatigued metals

Dr. Dominic Glover, UNSW Sydney, Australia

Harnessing protein self-assembly to build electronically conductive protein biomaterials for biointerfacing.

Dr. Gebrekidan Gebresilassie Eshetu , RWTH Aachen University, Germany

Pre-Metallization: As Key Enabler Strategy for Thermodynamically Instable High Energy Density Electrochemical Energy Storage Systems.

Prof. Serge Zhuiykov, Gent University, South Korea

Enhanced Properties of Plasma-Induced Ga2O3/GaS Nanodomain Heterostructures: Advantages and Challenges.

Dr. Joseph Perry Corbett, Miami University, USA

Revealing Quantum Properties Through Functional Scanned Probe Microscopy and Spectroscopy for Future Sensing and Computing Applications.

Dr. Jessica Pereira, University of Southampton, UK

Nanostructured Copper Electrodes and Colloids: Fabrication and Applications.

Prof. M. Lourdes Calzada, Instituto De Ciencia De Materiales De Madrid. Consejo Superior De Investigaciones Científicas (Icmm-Csic), Spain

Advanced Materials Solution-derived BiFeO3 multifunctional perovskite films with manifold applications in emerging technologies