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2nd Edition of International Conference on

Materials Science and Engineering

March 28 -30, 2022 | Singapore

2021 Speakers

Eric Buhler, Speaker at
Keynote Presentation
Eric Buhler, The University of Paris, France

Switchable functional molecules capable of producing mechanical work constitute an active focus in nanotechnologies as they can be a source of components for molecular-based devices and materials. In particular, the dynamic nature of mechanically interlocked molecules allows thei [....] » Read More

Marek Godlewski, Speaker at
Keynote Presentation
Marek Godlewski, Institute of Physics Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Technology of Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) allows to grow thin films (from a few nm to few hundred nm) of wide band gap oxides (ZnO, Al2O3, ZrO2, HfO2, TiO2) with excellent structural, mechanical, optical and electrical properties. At present such films found range of applicatio [....] » Read More

Lavinia-Petronela Curecheriu, Speaker at
Keynote Presentation
Lavinia-Petronela Curecheriu, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University from Iasi, Romania

Due to the continuous trend of miniaturization in microelectronics industry, the interest concerning scale dependent phenomena in ferroelectric materials attracted a broad interest in the last years. Apart the need to understand how to preserve the functional properties comparati [....] » Read More

Fouad Erchiqui, Speaker at Speaker for Materials Conferences: Fouad Erchiqui
Oral Presentation
Fouad Erchiqui, University of Quebec in Abitibi, Canada

The anisotropic problem of thermal conduction in a incompressible solid is generally treated in a reference coordinate system, which adequately describes its thermal conductivity tensor (Cartesian, cylindrical or spherical). For this problem, numerical treatment is delicate, es [....] » Read More

Waldemar Swiderski, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Waldemar Swiderski, Military Institute of Armament Technology, Poland

CFRP (Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic) composites are increasingly used in a variety of applications. Non-destructive testing methods are used for evaluating their condition both as a finished product and during their use. Damage that may occur in these types of composites includ [....] » Read More

Nazaret Ruiz Marin, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Nazaret Ruiz Marin, University of Cadiz, Spain

Recently, the covering of InAs quantum dots (QDs) with AlAs capping layers (CLs) has attracted special attention as it has been shown to be an excellent way to enhance the photovoltaic efficiency in QD solar cells (QDSCs), with the removal of the wetting layer (WL) being the puta [....] » Read More

Sara Flores Gallegos, Speaker at Speaker for Materials Conferences: Sara Flores Gallegos
Oral Presentation
Sara Flores Gallegos, University of Cadiz, Spain

Self-assembled InAs/GaAs quantum dots (QDs) fabricated by the Stranski-Krastanov epitaxial growth mode have attracted great interest due to their enormous potential in a wide range of optoelectronic applications such as lasers or solar cells. The emission properties of these QDs [....] » Read More

Orlando Vaselli, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Orlando Vaselli, ELTE University, Italy

The former mercury mining district at the foothill of the 200-300,000 years old volcanic complex of Mt. Amiata (Tuscany, central Italy) were one of the most important mines worldwide and the mining site of Abbadia San Salvatore (ASS) was the core of the exploitation of cinnabar a [....] » Read More

Anchal Nahata, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Anchal Nahata, Bits Pilani Dubai Campus, United Arab Emirates

A new magnesium multicomponent alloy Mg70Al18Zn6Ca4Y2 (atomic pct.) synthesized using the technique of Disintegrated Melt Deposition was hot extruded. The extruded samples were characterized in terms of density, hardness, and microstructure. Investigations were carried out to acc [....] » Read More

Maryam Alejji, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Maryam Alejji, Center for Advanced Material (CAM) Qatar University, Qatar

The growth of using engineered nanoparticle materials (ENMs) has been rapid, and their applications are extensive, particularly in personal care and cosmetics. However, concerns had raised about the impact of these particles on human health and the environment 1. They may reach t [....] » Read More

Noora Al-Qahtani, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Noora Al-Qahtani, Qatar University and Imperial College London, United Kingdom

A surface archaeological coins “Zu/111 found at the old town of Al-Zubarah, Qatar” has been analysed complementarily using historic and scientific characterization techniques. For example, a scanning electron microscope coupled with energy dispersive x-ray (EDS) unit, [....] » Read More

Mohamed Oubaaqa, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Mohamed Oubaaqa, Ibn Tofail University, Morocco

Mild steel has been extensively used in several industrial processes due to its distinctive characteristics. However, it can unavoidably be corroded due to the harsh environment around it. Recently, the use of organic corrosion inhibitors is the most effective and economical appr [....] » Read More

Francisco Maciel Monticeli, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Francisco Maciel Monticeli, Sao Paulo State University, Brazil

The laminated hybrid composites (e.g., carbon/glass fibre) application creates diversity in material design – higher stacking sequence possibilities. The main question raised by the scientific community is: how carbon/glass hybrid laminate affects interfacial adhesion, cons [....] » Read More

Vasily Lutsyk, Speaker at
Keynote Presentation
Vasily Lutsyk, Institute of Physical Materials Science SB RAS, Russian Federation

Systems A-Sb-Sn (A= Ag, Au, Bi, Co, Cu, In, Ni), and more complex ones, like Ag-Cu-Ni-Au-Sn, have been elaborated to change the lead-containing solders. Ternary systems with the binary Sb-Sn will be discussed more thoroughly. A contradiction was found in these systems (e.g. Ag-Sb [....] » Read More

Ashish Kumar, Speaker at
Keynote Presentation
Ashish Kumar, Lovely Professional University, India

The potential of acarbose as corrosion inhibitor of aluminium in 0.5 M HCl was studied in various concentrations and temperatures (25–550C) by utilizing weight loss estimations, Potentiodynamic polarization techniques, Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS), Monte Car [....] » Read More

Lenka Zajickova, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Lenka Zajickova, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic

Regenerative medicine stands before the problem to replace non-functional tissues or improve the wound healing. Therefore, many laboratories try to develop resorbable tissue scaffolds that could support the patient´s cells or breathable wound dressings that could immobilize [....] » Read More

Ashwini Kumar, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Ashwini Kumar, Luzhou Vocational and Technical College, China

We report the synthesis and basic characterization details of Bi1−xPbxFe1-xTixO3 (x = 0.05 and 0.1) samples. The polycrystalline bulk sample of Bi1−xPbxFe1-xTixO3 (x = 0.05 and 0.1) have been synthesized by conventional solid-state reaction method. The effects of part [....] » Read More

Xinqi Chen, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Xinqi Chen, Hubei University of Education, China

Based on the development of high-performance necessity and urgency of the thermoelectric conversion material, copper sulfide has been regarded as a promising thermoelectric material with relatively high thermoelectric performance and abundant resources. The low intrinsic thermal [....] » Read More

Mohamed Abdelaziz, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Mohamed Abdelaziz, French University in Egypt, Egypt

Al-Si-Cu-Mg Cast (354) alloys are extensively used in automotive engine components owing to their outstanding performance after applying the proper heat treatment. Transition elements (Zr, Ni, and Mn) were added in order to avoid the deterioration in mechanical properties of thes [....] » Read More

Peter Kessels Dadzie, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Peter Kessels Dadzie, Interior Design and Materials Technology Dept., Ghana

Materials play vital roles in human existence, and wood is one of such materials on accounts of its application in areas such as housing, furniture, construction, paper making etc. The trees from which wood is obtained also perform unique duty to sustain lives of other living thi [....] » Read More

Selcuk Poyraz, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Selcuk Poyraz, Adiyaman University, Turkey

Hybrid nanomaterials (HNMs), composed of carbonized conducting polymer (CCP), e.g. polypyrrole (PPy), nanoparticles (NPs) with simultaneously grown carbon nanotubes’ (CNTs) and metal oxide nanowires’ (MONWs) coverage on their surface were prepared for electrochemical [....] » Read More

Danuta Olszewska, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Danuta Olszewska, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland

Commonly used catalysts for removing impurities from waste gases can be prepared using techniques of applying active material to carriers with a developed surface and porosity. There are many uncomplicated methods known to achieve materials that are satisfactory in terms of [....] » Read More

Paulina Piotrkiewicz, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Paulina Piotrkiewicz, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

This work investigated the influence of metal phase content on the microstructure and selected properties of composites from Al2O3-Cu-Ni system. The following powders were used as the initial materials: nanometric Al2O3 and micrometric metal powders: Cu and Ni. Microscopic observ [....] » Read More

Justyna Zygmuntowicz, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Justyna Zygmuntowicz, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

In the present research, the Al2O3-Cu-Mo hybrid composites were prepared by centrifugal slip casting technique. This technique is a method for powder processing that combines the effects of slip casting and centrifugation. The aim of the work is to determine the possibility of fo [....] » Read More

Barbara Nisi, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Barbara Nisi, Institute Geosciences and Earth Resources, National Council of Research, Italy

The former Hg-mining area of Abbadia San Salvatore (Siena, Tuscany, central Italy), was one the most important districts of Hg production worldwide, whose activity was closed at the end of the seventies. The exploited ore had a mercury content of 0.6 to 2.0 wt.% and was [....] » Read More

Irina V Kunilova, Speaker at Speaker for Materials Conferences: Irina V Kunilova
Poster Presentation
Irina V Kunilova, ICEMR RAS, Russian Federation

In fossil coals many fields there is a set of valuable elements, which allows cost-effective to extract them when the content is even lower than in industrial ores. In this regard, very relevant is the problem of scientific justification of process of associated recovery of preci [....] » Read More

Manuel Cortez Valadez, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Manuel Cortez Valadez, University of Sonora, Mexico

In this report, results about the incorporation of silver nanoparticles in coatings are shown. The results were obtained using clinoptilolite-stilbite, clinoptilolite, and chabazite natural zeolites. The ion exchange properties of the zeolite promoted the obtaining and stabilizat [....] » Read More

Maria Borrego Algarra, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Maria Borrego Algarra, University of Huelva, Spain

Developing oleogelators and oil thickeners from natural polymers with adequate properties is a challenge today. This work explores the ability of the different micro- nano-architectures based on low-sulfonate lignin (LSL)/polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP) to structure castor oil. LSL an [....] » Read More

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