Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Start Date: November 07, 2018
End Date: November 08, 2018
Materials science is evolving every day. Millions of chemical and material combinations create challenges for scientists when applying them to real world applications that consumers touch every day. Keeping abreast of the latest trends in material science across a wide range of industries can be a daunting task. The use and processing of materials has been one of the main driving forces of development and prosperity since the early days of civilization. For centuries materials developed mainly in the fields of ceramics, metallurgy and glass. More recently an increasingly wide and complex range of different advanced materials, production processes, and integrated functional systems has emerged. Materials science and engineering drastically intensified in the 1960s, when applications of materials became increasingly based on scientific principles rather than the empiricism that prevailed prior to World War II. Materials science and engineering today can be described as ‘the study of substances from which something else is made or can be made and the synthesis, properties, and applications of these substances. This definition covers both natural, traditional materials as well as synthetic, designed materials.
By recognizing the importance of this subject, Conference Series LLC and Organizing Committee of Materials Science Conferences are pleased to invite all of you to the 15th International Conference and Exhibition on Materials Science and Engineering during November 07-08, 2018 in Atlanta, USA with the theme: “Accentuating novel research in Materials Science” that will cover the wide range of topics from Materials Science, Nanotechnology and Applied Chemistry.
Scope & Importance
Since the 1970s there has been an unprecedented expansion in the number of advanced materials, novel production processes, and devices that have entered many aspects of human life. These advanced materials, which form a basis of the modern high technology, include:
- Steels and other metallic alloys
- Carbon materials
- Optical, electronic and magnetic materials
- Technical ceramics
Many of these have been successfully adapted by the markets and are now utilized in a range of industries and the urban living environment. Examples are encountered daily in the areas of health, communication, consumer goods and transportation. According to the Max Planck Institute of Materials Research, ‘Materials science plays a key role as one of the main pillars of economic progress and social well-being in Europe and, indeed, the world as a whole.