The conference will feature the latest research on cutting edge materials science topics, from leading researchers, covering four focus sessions:
Biomaterials: Including regenerative medicine, tissue engineering, hydrogels, scaffolds, biodegradable materials, drug delivery systems.
Session chair: Prof. Kam Leong, Duke University, USA
Nanoscience and technology: Including carbon nanotubes and graphene, boron nitride, nanoparticles, nanocrystals, quantum dots and nanowires.
Session chair: Prof. T. G. Nieh, University of Tennessee, USA
Materials for energy: Including nuclear materials, photovoltaics, Li-ion batteries, thermoelectrics, supercapacitors, solar catalysis.
Session chair: Prof. Steve Zinkle, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
Advanced materials and processing: Including organic electronics, advanced composites, metal-organic frameworks, bio-electronics, plasmonics, superconductors, metamaterials.
Session chair: Prof. M. W. Chen, Tohoku University, Japan