Advanced Materials Research
These are the proceedings of the International Conference on Nanotechnology Technology and Advanced Materials (ICNTAM 2012), held on 12-13th April 2012 in Hong Kong. They are divided into three sections. The first deals with Nanotechnology Technology. The second covers materials science and the third treats the use of manufacturing technology.
In these proceedings is to be found a wealth of original ideas and new viewpoints on all aspects of Information Science, Automation and Material Systems. The 140 peer-reviewed papers are grouped into three chapters: 1. Materials Science, Energy and Dynamic Systems; 2. Pressure Control Systems, Mechanics and Materials Science; and 3. Materials Engineering, Biochemistry and Energy Engineering.
The present volumes provide up-to-date, comprehensive and world-class state-of-the art knowledge concerning manufacturing science and engineering, focusing on Automation Equipment and Systems. The 633 peer-reviewed papers are grouped into 16 chapters: Material Section; Mechatronics; Industrial Robotics and Automation; Machine Vision; Sensor Technology; Measurement Control Technologies and Intelligent Systems; Transmission and Control of Fluids; Mechanical Control and Information Processing Technology; Embedded Systems; Advanced Forming Manufacturing and Equipment; NEMS/MEMS Technology and Equipment; Micro-Electronic Packaging Technology and Equipment; Advanced NC Techniques and Equipment; Power and Fluid Machinery; Energy Machinery and Equipment; Construction Machinery and Equipment.
The 2012 International Conference on Intelligent Systems and Applied Material s(GSAM 2012) was the premier forum for the presentation of technological advances and research results in these fields. The proceedings comprise 288 peer-reviewed papers which should be required reading matter for anyone dealing with these topics.
This work is intended to promote technologies for the development of micro-, nano- and cross-scale integration, to impart details of new micro/nano technologies, to spread relevant information and knowledge on every fields and to promote the industrialization and development of nanotechnology. The book contains 55 up-to-date articles in the areas of nanotechnology, nanomaterials, micro/nanofabrication, nanocomposites, nanoparticles, functional materials, MEMS devices and systems.
The objective of ICAMR 2012 was to provide a forum for the discussion of new developments, recent progress and innovations in the field of Materials Science. The papers are divided into twenty-two sections, covering such topics as materials behaviour, casting and solidification, coatings and surface engineering, composites, machining technology, nanomaterials, biomedical manufacturing, sustainable manufacturing processes, manufacturing planning and scheduling, modelling and simulation, computer-aided design and engineering, semiconductor materials engineering, laser-based manufacturing and mechanical and electronic engineering control.