Paper tracks

International Conference on Advanced Materials Science
Conference Chairs:

Prof. Dr. Sarjito
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Waluyo Adi Siswanto,
Assoc. Prof. Dr Mohammad Sukri Mustapa,

Assoc. Prof. Dr.Tri Widodo Besar Riyadi,
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Agus Dwi Anggono,

Track 1: Metallurgy and Materials Science

• Ferrous and non-ferrous metallurgy • mineral processing • hydrometallurgy • pyrometallurgy • electrometallurgy • structure of materials • materials research and development.

Track 2: Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology

• Nanoparticles • coatings and thin films • inorganic-organic hybrids and composites • membranes • nano-alloys • quantum dots • self-assemblies • graphene • nanotubes • synthesis of organic, inorganic, and hybrid nanomaterials • characterization of mesoscopic properties • modelling of nanomaterials and/or mesoscopic effects • new application of nanomaterials.

Track 3: Characterization and Testing of Materials

• Destructive and non-destructive testings • mechanical and physical tests • metallography • failure analysis • corrosion resistance • chemical analysis • surface characterization and microanalysis of surfaces • features and fractures • industrial performance measurement • materials selection • general material design, characterization, and evaluation.

Track 4: Biomaterials, Energy materials and Advance Materials

• Physical, biological and chemical sciences that underpin the design of biomaterials • polymer synthesis and characterization • drug and gene vector design • the biology of the host response • immunology and toxicology and self assembly at the nanoscale • implantable devices •  bionanotechnology • tissue engineering • materials for energy (all aspects of thermal, renewable and nuclear power generation) • transmission and storage of the energy produced • development of materials with novel and/or useful optical, electrical, magnetic, catalytic, and mechanical properties.

Track 5: Computational Materials Science

• obtaining new or enhanced insights into material behavior, properties and phenomena • predicting structure-property relationships for new materials in conjunction with data informatics • novel capabilities of computational tools, technical software and shareware, or cyberinfrastructures • application of modern computational methods alone or in conjunction with experimental techniques to investigate existing inorganic and organic materials as well as to discover new materials.