Materials Science Forum
The topics of published results of ICNME 2016 includes: nanomaterials and nanotechnology, biomaterials and biomedical engineering, ceramic and glass materials, computational material science, crystal defect engineering, experimental characterizations, fundamentals and characterization, magnetic materials etc.
Collection of selected, peer reviewed papers from 2016 International Conference on Materials Science and Nanotechnology (ICMSNT 2016), May 12-14, 2016, Seoul, South Korea. The topic of collection is related with last trends in area of research and development of materials and materials processing technologies for different branches of modern industry.
Novel Trends in Production Devices and Systems III (NTPDS III) special volume is aimed at publishing scientific achievements in the fields of Materials Science and associated Production Technologies, as well as at enhancing the worldwide cooperation among young and senior academicians and/or practitioners, and specially those from the European region. The volume has been enriched taking into account years of research and teaching activities in the fields, experiences resulting from the scientific collaboration among higher education centers, e.g.: CECOL, while at the same time by also counting on a prestigious editorial review board that made strong analyses of the submitted papers. Some of the main topics included in the book are those related but not limited to the trends in Materials Science and their application in industry, e.g.: composites and polymers, materials weldability, analysis of metals and alloys, numerical analyses and simulation of materials, etc.
Following the previous publications for the series of “Asia-Pacific Conference on Materials Processing”, this book presents the latest development in this field on new understanding of the underlying mechanisms and new technologies for materials processing to meet the increasing needs of industry.
This book is a collection of selected, peer-reviewed papers contributed from around the world. The topics covered in this book include new development and applications in materials subtractive processes including advanced and non-traditional processes, micro/nano-fabrication, materials forming and additive processes, and new techniques for the processing of materials.This book provides a valuable reference for researchers in the materials processing field who wish to further understand the underlying mechanisms and create new and practical technologies, systems and processes. It should also be particularly useful for practicing engineers in materials processing who are responsible for the efficient and effective operations.
2016 International Conference on Composite Materials and Material Engineering took place in Bangkok, Thailand during March 9-11, 2016.ICCMME 2016 aims to bring together researchers, scientists, developers, and engineers from around the world in both industry and academia for sharing state-of-art research results, for exploring new areas of research and development, and to discuss emerging issues in the fields of composite materials and material engineering, It provides opportunities for the delegates to exchange new thoughts and application experiences, to establish business or research relations and to find global partners for possible future collaboration, and also it helps expanding the delegates’ knowledge and insight into the significant challenges currently being addressed in the related fields.
This is proceedings of 2016 Spring International Conference on Material Sciences and Technology (MST-S), which is held from April 17th to April 19th, 2016 in Suzhou, China.Presented collection is covering the wide spectrum of engineering decisions in area of creating and research of modern functional materials and technologies and it will be useful for researchers and practical engineers.
This volume collects the papers from the 16th International Conference on Silicon Carbide and Related Materials (ICSCRM 2015), held in Giardini Naxos, Italy, in October 2015. During the conference, the researchers discussed issues in the field of wide bandgap semiconductors, focusing on silicon carbide, but also III-nitrides, and related materials like graphene.
The major sections of the book collect papers in the area of material growth, characterization, processing, devices and related materials and technologies.
The papers are grouped as follows:
Chapter 1: SiC Growth
Chapter 2: SiC Theory and Characterization
Chapter 3: SiC Processing
Chapter 4: SiC DevicesChapter 5: Related Materials
The main scope of the Ninth Japanese-Mediterranean Workshop on Applied Electromagnetic Engineering for Magnetic, Superconducting, Multifunctional and Nanomaterials (JAPMED’9) is to exploit synergies in technological advances concerning innovative materials and improved design optimization methodologies in the frame of concrete applications by bridging the gap amongst the respective scientific communities. The aims are to create appropriate links for the participants to share knowledge and experience and for the cross-fertilization of new ideas and developments in applied electromagnetics, design, analysis, new material utilization, from macro-, micro-, to nano-scale and optimization techniques including applications related to biomedical engineering, superconductivity, ultraprecision engineering, nanotechnology, energy and environment. Topics related to practical applications, operation, maintenance are also highly encouraged.
This special topic volume on “Photocatalytic Materials and Surfaces for Environmental Cleanup IV” addresses photocatalysis in wide sense focus on the environmental applications of photocatalytic materials. Photocatalytic materials had been widely studied for the various applications such as water and air purification, CO2 reduction, hydrogen generation, and development of auto-cleaning surfaces etc. The present special topic volume covers the application of various photocatalytic materials for CO2 reduction, hydrogen generation, removal of pesticides, degradation of organic pollutant and recent development in the fabrication of photocatalytic reactors.