13-17 September 2021 Registration OPEN
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Europe/Vienna timezone
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Scientific Programme

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  • A1. 2D materials: Fundamentals, synthesis and applications

  • A2. Synthesis and applications of functional materials

  • A3. Nanowires and nanotubes: From growth phenomena to devices

  • A4. Materials for catalysis and porous materials

  • A5. Materials for photonics and optics

  • A6. Characterisation of functional materials

  • A7. Nanostructured network materials (merged to A8)

  • A8. Multi-purpose materials (electronic, magnetic, thermal, sensors/actuators, network materials)- incl. A7 & A10

  • A9. Photovoltaics/ solar cells (merged to E5)

  • A10. Flexible functional oxides (merged to A8)

  • B1. Advanced steels and cast irons

  • B2. Light weight metals

  • B3. High-temperature alloys and intermetallic, titanium alimunides

  • B4. Advanced structural ceramics

  • B5. High entropy alloys

  • B6. Fatique, wear and corrosion of materials and structures

  • B7. Material testing, characterisation and modelling (incl. C8)

  • B8. Advanced cast irons and tool steels

  • B8. Theory-guided development structural materials

  • C1. Additive manufacturing processes and modelling (incl. C2 & D10)

  • C2. Additive manufacturing 2: Indirect/ sinter-based techniques (merged to C1)

  • C3. Advanced subtractive manufacturing / machining (merged to C4)

  • C4. Powder technologies to obtain high perfomance materials (incl. C3)

  • C5. Liquid metal processing

  • C6. Solidification, casting and advanced metallurgical processing

  • C7. Green polymer processing (merged to H1)

  • C8. Innovative heat treating routes (merged to B7)

  • C9. Advanced ceramic materials processing

  • C10. Coatings and surface modification technologies

  • C11. Laser based processing an manufacturing

  • C12. Joining

  • C13. Wetting, high-temperature capillarity, interface design & modeling

  • C14. Thermomechanical processing, severe plastic deformation & nanostructuring

  • D1. Advanced microscopy in materials research

  • D2. Characterization of 1D, 2D materials, ceramics and their composites (incl. D4)

  • D3. Micro- and nano-mechanics - Characterization and modelling (old D5)

  • D4. Characterization of 1D and 2D materials (merged to D2)

  • D6. Atomic scale modelling of advanced materials - Ab initio, molecular dynamics and Monte-Carlo simulations

  • D7. Integrated computational materials engineering - Interoperability, simulation platforms and applications

  • D8. Multiscale and multiphysics modelling of materials, processes and products

  • D9. Modelling of solidification, casting and remelting

  • D10. Modelling of additive manufacturing (merged to C1)

  • E1. Advanced materials for transport applications

  • E2. Battery materials - from fundamentals to cell development

  • E3. Anion and cation transport in materials for energy storage

  • E4. Solid state batteries and components

  • E5. New concepts, materials and technologies for photovoltaic devices (incl. A9)

  • E6. Materials for hydrogen technologies

  • F1. Bioceramics and bioglasses (incl. old D3)

  • F2. From academic biomaterials research toward commercial application

  • F3. Additive manufacturing of biomaterials

  • F4. Bioinspired materials

  • F5. Synthetic polymer for medical applications (incl. F8)

  • F6. Biologically instructive biomaterials

  • F7. Metallic biomaterials

  • F8. Biomaterials enabling therapeutic delivery of bioactive molecules (merged to F5)

  • F9. Smart biomaterials

  • G1. Materials education in an on-line world

  • G2. Gaming and virtual reality as a method for materials knowledge education and dissemination

  • G3. Additive manufacturing: From research to industrial application

  • H1. Bio-based and Polymeric materials in the circular economy (incl. C7 & H2 & H4)

  • H2. Inorganic and critical raw materials for the circular, low-carbon, and digital economy (new- H3 & H5 & H6 & H7)

  • H3. Materials for space applications and extreme environments (new - old H8)

  • H4. Progress and challenges in plastics recycling (merged to H1)

  • H5. Critical raw materials in a data-driven world (merged to H2)

  • H6. Inorganic-nonmetallic materials in the circular economy (merged to H2)

  • H7. Materials to address the 3R (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) challenges (merged to H2)

  • H8. Materials for space applications and extreme environments (new H3)