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Peers alley Conferences is vigorously invites you to the “2nd Advanced Materials Science World Congress 2021” scheduled to be held on June 14-15, 2021 Berlin, Germany. This conference has a vital feature to the global Keynote Forum, Distinguished Speakers Forum, Plenary Speakers, Young Research Forum, Poster Sessions, Student Forum, Technical Workshop, Symposia, Start-up opportunities and meet the Professors on different phases of Materials science. Advanced Materials Science 2021 is a greatest platform to bring together leading academic researchers, professionals, research scholars, students and industrialists from all over the world to exchange and share all the advances, latest developments, cutting edge research in all aspects of Materials Science. Participating at Advanced Materials Science World Congress 2021 gives an approach to meet and build connections with an elite group of different Materials Science professionals to enhance your intellect.
We all live in the same world, but we often forget it. Science does not!
Every day, Science reminds us that we need to share knowledge, technologies and good practices with other scientists for the sustainable development of our planet. Materials are the bricks of our present and the steps to our future. Materials Science advancement needs chemists, engineers, physicists, biologists, physicians, geologists...Material Science needs YOU.
“Navigating the future research directions in the field of Materials Science and Engineering” is the theme of the “2nd Advanced Materials Science World Congress 2021”, which will take place on the 14th and 15th June 2021 in Berlin, Germany.
This is an important opportunity to share Science with an advanced and interdisciplinary approach. A warm welcome to all.
Dr. Francesca Deganello
Research Chemist, CNR-ISMN , Italy
Debina Diagnostics Inc, USA
Hydrogène Hèlix, SAS,, USA
Advanced Enterprise and License Company, USA
The University of New Mexico, USA
Materials Science and Engineering is an accepted scientific discipline that has grown to include polymers, ceramics, glass, composite materials and biomaterials in recent decades. Technology and engineering of materials, includes the exploration and creation of new materials. Some of the most important technological challenges faced by humans today are due to the limitations of the available resources, and as a result, major breakthroughs in materials science are expected to have a profound effect on the future of technology. Scientists of materials lay emphasis on understanding how a material's past affects its structure, and thus its properties and results.
• Computational materials science
• Engineering apllications of materials
• Modern materials need
• Global materials science market
• Teaching and technology transfer in materials science
• Graphene Technology
• Carbon nano structures and devices
• Coatings, surfaces snd membranes
• Biomimetic materials
• Fiber, films and membranes
• Scientific and business achievements
• Polymeric biomaterials
• Electromagnetic radiation
• Applications of Materials Science
• Emerging Technologies in Materials Science
• Materials Synthesis
• Materials Processing
• Materials Characterization
• Industrial materials
• Materials Physics and Chemistry
• Materials and Design
• Novel Materials, Multifunctional Materials
• Quantum Materials
• Materials Innovation and Development
• Green Technology
• Energy materials and Applications
• Optoelectric and Magnetic Materials
• 2-D Materials
• Inorganic Polymer Chemistry
Nanotechnology is the atomic, molecular and supramolecular-scale handling of matter. The fascinating thing about nanotechnology is that as the size scale of their dimensions exceeds nanometers the properties of several materials change. Materials scientists and engineers are working to understand those improvements in properties and use them at nanoscale stage in the production and manufacturing of materials. The field of materials science includes nanoscale materials discovery, characterization, properties, and use. Work on nanomaterials takes a science-based approach to nanotechnology, affecting developments in the metrology and synthesis of materials that have been developed to support work on microfabrication. Nanoscale-level materials with structure have special optical, electrical, or mechanical properties.
• Nano/Meso-Structured Carbon Materials
• Nanostructured Materials
• Functional Nanomaterials
• Bionanotechnology and Nanomedicine
• Nanotechnology for Energy and the Environment
• Green Nanotechnology
• Nano Engineering
• Nanomaterials, biomaterials & synthesis
• Carbon nanotechnology
• Nanochemistry & Wet Nanotechnology
• Nanotechnology in Structural Biology
• Biomaterials and Nano biotechnology
• Organic and Inorganic Nano materials
• Nano devices, Nano electronics and Nano sensors
• Synthesis and Characterization Techniques of Nanomaterials
• Synthesis of nanomaterials and properties
• Thin Films, nanotubes and nanowires
• Nanofibers, nanorods, nanopowders and nanobelts
• Carbon nano structures and devices
• Nano and microfibrillated cellulose
• Micro, nano and bio fluidics
• Environmental health and safety of nanomaterials
• Nanotechnology startups
Advanced materials described to refer to all materials representing advancements over conventional materials used thousands of years ago. Smart materials, semiconductors, biomaterials, and nanoengineered materials include advanced materials. Advanced Materials Research focuses on the study of novel building materials used in IT, effective mechanical engineering, space engineering, medicine, and other areas. Nanodevices have a huge impact in increasing pollution control, improving human health and longevity, producing food and converting energy. These are crucial enablers that will allow humanity to harness the ultimate technological capabilities of mechanical, magnetic, electronic, and biological systems.
• Advanced Engineering Materials
• Advanced Functional Materials
• Advanced Energy Materials
• Advanced Healthcare Materials
• Advanced Optical Materials
• Advanced Materials Interfaces
• Advanced Electronic Materials
• Advanced Materials Technologies
From a healthcare perspective, biomaterials can be characterized as materials that have some novel properties that make them suitable for immediate interaction with the living tissue without causing any adverse reactions to immune rejection. Biomaterials are natural or synthetic, alive or lifeless and typically consist of multiple components which interact with biological systems. Biomaterials have served mankind since ancient times but subsequent evolution has made them more flexible and increased their use. Biomaterials have changed the fields such as bioengineering and tissue engineering to establish strategies to combat diseases that endanger life. Similar principles and techniques are used to treat different illnesses, such as heart failure, fractures, deep skin injuries, etc. Work is being carried out to develop the current procedures and to invent new approaches. Biomaterials and Medical Devices interact indirectly with biological systems. Biomaterials can be inserted in medical applications to replace or restore the missing tissue.
• Bioinspired materials
• Biomedical devices
• Biomedical devices
• 3D printing of organs and tissue
• Biomimetic materials
• Biomedical Applications of Nanoparticles
• Biomaterials for Tissue Regeneration
• Soft and Biological Matter
• Body implants and prosthesis
• Surfaces and interfaces of biomaterials
• Hard and soft tissues
• Friction, wear and fatigue in biomaterials
• Biopolymers and bioplastics
• Biomaterials imaging
• Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine
• Drug delivery systems
Smart materials are materials with one or more properties that can be dramatically altered by external factors such as electric or magnetic fields, heat, moisture, light, temperature , pH, or chemical compounds in a controlled technique. Smart materials are also called sensitive or reactive materials. The Smart materials applications include sensors and actuators, or artificial muscles, particularly as electroactive polymers.
• Renewable smart materials
• Smart materials and structures
• Graphene-based smart materials
• Smart Functional Nanoenergetic Materials
• Smart building materials and structures
• Smart biomaterials
• Smart Materials and Structures
• Advances in Smart Materials and Applications
• Magnetic smart materials
• Piezoelectrics: Piezoelectric materials convert electrical energy to mechanical energy, and vice versa.
• Shape Memory Alloys
• Shape Memory Polymers
• Electroactive Polymers
• Bi-Component Fiber
• Semiconductor Photocatalysis
The word energy material is used to describe any substance that would be able to react to energy release. Energy materials are a class of materials which can release large amounts of stored chemical energy. Energy materials include a broad class of materials that may have energy conversion or transmission applications. And, energy materials may also play a role in reducing current devices' power usage or output. Energy materials research is broad, extending from engineering devices. The category of energetic content is vast and involves everything from common fuels used to drive cars like gasoline and diesel, all the way up to high explosives like gun-powder, dynamite, and TNT.
• Materials and Technologies for Energy Conversion.
• Electrochemical energy storage.
• Tidal power.
• Energy materials storage and fuel Cells.
• Materials for hydrogen production.
• Hybrid materials for energy storage and conversion.
• Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEV)
• Renewable resources
• Solar Energy
• Solar Systems Integration
• Concentrating Solar Thermal for Electricity, Chemicals, and Fuels
• Photovoltaic Materials, Devices, Modules, and Systems
• Renewable Energy
• Energy Storage & Grid Modernization
• Solar Thermal
• Batteries & Fuel Cells
• Electric Grid
• Grid Scale Storage
• CO2 Capture, Storage & Conversion
• Fossil & Nuclear Energy
• Renewable Fuels
A ceramic is an inorganic non-metallic solid made up of either metal or non-metal materials, often crystalline oxide, nitride or carbide, formed and then heated to high temperatures. Ceramic materials are brittle, strong, compressive and stiff in shearing, stress and resistant to corrosion. Ceramics demonstrate very strong covalent (and/or ionic) bonding. Oxides, nitrides, and carbides are the main compositional groups in engineering ceramics. Engineering ceramics are used to produce components in various tappet heads, industrial industries, electronic devices and turbochargers etc. for applications.
• Ceramic Cutting Tools
• Ceramic Films and Coatings
• Ceramic Lasers
• Advanced Ceramics
• Brick and Structural Clay
• Ceramic art
• Clay Ceramics
• Structural Ceramics
Composites are materials that are physically composed of two or more real or artificial components with different physical or chemical properties that are stronger than other materials. There are different forms of composites, one is polymer composites reinforced by fiber, and the other is composites reinforced by particles. Fibre-reinforced polymer composites also known as composites for the polymer matrix. Composites are commonly used in the making of tennis, aviation, rotor blades for helicopters, racquets for football, badminton and squash, and in boats like kayaks and dinghies.
• Advanced Composite Materials
• Automotive Composites
• Polymer Composites
• Ceramic Based Composites
• Metal matrix Composites
• Polymer matrix Composites
• Ceramic matrix Composites
Glass is the most transparent non-cristalline material and has broad practical, technical and decorative applications in window frames, tableware, optics and optoelectronics. Container glass and ordinary glazing are made from a particular form of glass called soda-lime glass, consisting of roughly calcium oxide, 75 percent silicon dioxide, sodium carbonate oxide and some minor additives. Glass can be colored by adding metallic salts, and vitreous enamels can also be painted and printed.
• Optical lens design
• Glass and Optical Materials
• Amorphous Materials
• Optical devices
• Glass physics
• Glass chemistry
• Nanochannel glass materials
• Glass Ceramics
• The role of Glass Materials in Modern Scientific Technology
• Metallic Glasses
• Photonic Glasses
• Optical fiber
• Transparency and translucency
Polymer science or macromolecular science is a subfield of polymer-related materials science, mainly synthetic polymers, such as plastics and elastomers. The polymer science field includes researchers from many disciplines including chemistry, physics , and engineering. Polymer manufacturing used in the areas of electronics and electrical products, textiles, aerospace, automotive, etc. Polymer Technology's recent advances have advanced the field of material science, through the use of polymer-based substances from electrical engineering , electronics, construction materials to packaging materials, fancy decoration products, automotive, etc.
• Smart Polymeric Materials
• Hybrid organic-inorganic materials synthesis, sol gel formation
• Dendritic polymers
• Ring-opening metathesis polymerization
• Biocatalysis, enzyme synthesis, biological organisms for synthesizing monomers and polymers
• Plastics and the Environment
• Electrospinning of Carbon Nanotube Reinforced Polymeric Materials
• Lasers in Polymer Science and Technology
• Polymer Matrix Composites and Technology
• Metal Matrix Composites and Technology
• Ceramics Matrix Composites and Technology
• Polymer Chemistry
Surface science and engineering was used to research chemical and physical processes occurring at the two-phase interface of solid-gas interfaces, solid-vacuum interfaces, liquid-gas interfaces, and solid-liquid interfaces. Surface science and engineering, including tribology, but with a particular focus on friction, wear, coating and surface modification processes such as surface treatment, coating, machining, polishing and grinding. The science involves concepts like self-assembled monolayers, heterogeneous catalysis, fabrication of semi-conductor structures, fuel cells, and adhesives.
• Surface characterization
• Interfaces and thin films
• Nanostructured materials
• Surface engineering, modification and functionalization. Characterization and analysis. Physical deposition
• Smart applications of surfaces and interfaces
• Applied Surface Science
• Surfaces and Interfaces
• Theoretical Surface Science
• Surface physics
• Surface Chemistry
• Coatings and surface treatments
Materials physics is the use of physics to explain the materials' physical properties. It is a combination of physical sciences such as chemistry, solid mechanics, physics of the solid state, and science of matter. The physics of materials is considered a subset of condensed matter physics and applies fundamental concepts of condensed matter to complex multiphase media, including technical materials of interest. Present fields in which physicists of materials work include optical, electrical, magnetic materials, novel materials and structures, material quantum phenomena, nonequilibrium physics, and physics of soft condensed matter.
• Solid state physics
• Magnetism and superconductivity
• Condensed matter physics
• Solar physics
• Condensed-Matter and Materials Physics
• Nanoscale physics
• Particle physics
Functional materials are building blocks of modern society and are playing a vital role in technological evolution. Materials Chemistry is important in providing the conceptual basis for the design, development and understanding of new types of matter, letting it be organic, inorganic or hybrid. From nanomaterials and molecular devices to polymers and expanded solids, chemistry is rising a range of new materials such as molecular filters, catalysts, sensors, molecular transporters, artificial scaffolds and light-emitting or electron-conductive ensembles, with the potential for large scientific and societal effects.
• Chemistry-Biology Interface
• Green chemistry
• Crystal structure of materials and crystal growth techniques
• Analytical chemistry
• Organic and inorganic Substances
• Organic Chemistry
• Inorganic Chemistry
• Physical Chemistry
• Theoretical Chemistry
• Micro and macro molecules
• Atomic structure and interatomic bonding
Computational materials research requires computational methods to solve interconnected problems with the materials. Specific mathematical models are available to examine issues on various length and time scales that help to explain the nature of material structures and how these structures efficiently regulate material properties. At the electronic point, Density Functional Theory (DFT) is a popular computational technique while atomic simulation methods Molecular Dynamics (MD) and Monte Carlo (MC) are considered preferred tools. Phase-field Process (PFM) is used routinely on micron and mesoscale (between micro and nano) regimes for materials problems.
• Computational materials science and chemistry
• Statistical/artificial intelligence methods, numerical techniques
• Expert systems, genetic algorithms, neural networks
• Process system design, engineering/materials/technological design
• Mould flow analysis, modelling behavior of materials
• Macroscopic/Mesoscopic Computational Materials Science
• Nanomaterials synthesis, nano/micro manufacturing/technology
• Electronic packaging technology, quality assessment, green manufacturing
• Advanced manufacturing technology, machining, laser/electron beam treatment
• Numerical simulation/techniques/algorithms
• Computational physics/chemistry
• 3D printing, plastic deformation
• Modelling of deformation behavior of materials
• Materials/engineering databases
Crystallography is a branch of science that deals with discerning the arrangement and bonding of atoms with the geometric structure of crystal lattices in crystalline solids. In chemistry and mineralogy, the optical properties of crystals have traditionally been of interest for material identification. Modern crystallography is essentially based on an study of X-ray diffraction by crystals serving as optical gratings. Chemists are able to determine the internal structures and bonding patterns of minerals and molecules, including the structures of large complex molecules, such as proteins and DNA, using X-ray crystallography.
• Crystallography in Materials Science
• Electron crystallography
• Chemical Crystallography
• Aperiodic Crystals
• Fundamentals of Crystals
• Crystallography of Quasicrystals
• Protein Crystallography
• X-ray Crystallography
• Applications of Crystallography
• Crystallography in Modren Chemistry
• Surface Crystallography
• Solid State Crystallography
Graphene is the first 2D substance in the world, and it is the most versatile, thinest and strongest substance. Graphene is a specific type of carbon that can better conduct electricity and heat than anything else. Graphene is basically a single layer of graphite, a sheet of bonded carbon atoms sp2 arranged in a hexagonal (honeycomb) lattice.
• Graphene and fullerenes
• Graphene and ultra tin 2D materials
• Graphene 3D printing
• Graphene The Ultra-Capacitor
• Graphene devices
• Fundamental Science of Graphene and 2D Materials Beyond Graphene
• Graphene modification and functionalization
• Large scale graphene production and Characterization
• Graphene-based nanocomposites: recent scientific studies and applications
• Applications of graphene and related 2D materials
• Graphene-related health and environment research
• Application of Graphene in biomedical area
• Graphene nano In Energy and Storage
• Graphene: Innovation and commercialization
Carbon products take many forms from graphene, black carbon, activated carbon, fullerene, graphite, carbon fiber, nanotube, and diamond. Such types vary significantly in the method of operation, structure, properties and manufacturing. Such carbon types are applied to natural, mechanical, electromagnetic, electrochemical, and biomedical applications.
2D Materials also known as single-layer materials are crystalline materials composed of one single atom layer. The applications of photovoltaic materials, semiconductors, electrodes, and water purification.
• Carbon nanotubes
• Uses on carbon Nanotubes
• Growth, synthesis techniques and integration methods
• Carbon nanotubes and grapheme
• Carbon nano chips and nanostructures
• Transparent Conductive Materials
• 2D Metal Carbides and Nitrides
Green materials are local and regenerative materials. Local materials are special to the area and bind whatever people in a region make. Products such as stone, cement, and sand are green products from the earth. Plant materials like bamboo, grasses, wool, and wood are also materials that have been used by humans since construction started.
• Green Technology & Alternative Energy
• Green building materials
• Green technology application in construction thesis
• Green technology architecture
• Green sustainable technology
• Elements or Components of Green Building-Material, Water, Energy Health
• Renewable and Sustainable Materials in Green Technology
• Green materials for sustainable development
Synthesis and processing involves producing a material with the micro-nanostructure needed. Often, chemical and physical methods are used to synthesize other materials like polymers, ceramics, thin films etc.
• Structural and Spectroscopic Probing
• Advanced Materials Design, Synthesis and Processing
• Fundamentals of Materials Synthesis and Processing
• Advanced Technology for Materials Synthesis and Processing
• Inorganic Materials Synthesis
• Thin-Film Processing
• Macromolecular and Nanomaterial Synthesis & Assembly
Materials characterisation is the progression of the physical, chemical, mechanical and microstructural properties of materials being measured and determined. It describes the compositional and structural characteristics including material defects which are considerable for a particular preparation, properties study.
The theory of materials is a research area that focuses on the simulation, prediction, and design of materials. Using simulator-based methods based on theoretical solid-state physics and mechanics of materials, we can solve material behavior and predict material properties, develop model systems for materials in their complex application or industrialized context, and reduce them to the crucial factors.
• Atomistic Modeling of Materials Failure
• Materials Synthesis and Characterization
• Advanced Structural and Functional Materials
• Photorefractive Effects and Materials
• Microscopy of Semiconducting Materials
• Practical Materials Characterization
• Materials Characterization and Mechanism of Micro-Cutting
• Material characterization Techniques
• surface characterization techniques
• Recent Advances in Materials Characterization and Modeling
• Advances in Non-destructive Materials Characterization
• Building materials characterization, production & testing
• Materials Characterization and Advanced Coatings
• Ultrasonic Materials Characterization
• Atomic Theory and Atomic Structure
• Material balance analysis theory
• Powder Characterization
• Coatings Characterization
• Dispersions Characterization
• Progress in Materials Analysis
Electronic materials are types of materials that are usually used as key elements in a variety of applications for electronics. For daily electronic gadgets such as smartphones, GPS systems, LED bulbs, cell phones, and computers, laptops, TVs, and monitors, these components can be Lights, images, screens and can be seen easily. Changing dimensions and level of functionality require ongoing efforts to develop state-of-the-art materials to meet the technical challenges associated with these devices' growth.
Optical materials are substances used for controlling the flow of light. This can involve reflecting, absorbing, focusing or splitting an optical beam. The efficacy of a particular material at each function is highly dependent on wavelength, so it is important to better understand the relationship between light and matter.
Magnetic materials are primarily materials which are used for their magnetic properties. A substance may be defined as a reaction to an applied magnetic field as diamagnet, paramagnet, ferromagnetic or antiferromagnetic.
• Electronic Materials and Devices
• Quantum Materials
• Nanofabrication and Processing
• Point Defects, Doping and Extended Defects
• Embedded Nanoparticles and Nanocomposite Films
• Advances in Optical Materials
• Novel Optical Materials and Applications
• Nonlinear Optical Materials
• Magnetic Properties of some common minerals
• Metamaterials and Materials for THz, Plasmonics and Polaritons.
• Epitaxial Materials and Devices.
• Narrow Bandgap Materials and Devices
• Contacts to Semiconductor Epilayers, Nanostructures and Organic Films
• Nano-Magnetic, Magnetic Memory and Spintronic Materials
• Materials for Memory and Computation
• Transparent Conductors
Nanostructured materials are solid materials in the order of a few nanometres, with at least one characteristic structural dimension. In contrast to its optical, electronic , magnetic, or chemical characteristics, structural materials are used or studied mainly for their mechanical properties. These may involve a material reaction to an applied force, whether it's an elastic or rigid reaction, stiffness and strength. A nanostructure is an intermediate size between molecular and micro-structures.
• Gradient multilayer nanofilm
• Magnetic nanochains
• Nanostructured film
• Quantum dot
• Quantum heterostructure
• Sculptured thin film
• Nano WaterCube
• fibre reinforced cementitious materials
• Structural Mechanics
• Nanopin film
Chemistry is the branch of science that deals with the properties, composition , and structure of substances, as well as the energy released or absorbed during these processes. Chemistry also deals with the use of natural substances and the production of artificial ones. Fermentation, glass making and metallurgy are all chemical processes from the beginnings of civilisation. Today the fruits of chemical science are semiconductors, glass, Teflon, liquid crystals, and superconductors.
• Food chemistry
• Environmental chemistry
• Agricultural chemistry
• Forensic chemistry
• Analytical chemistry
• Physical chemistry
• Organic chemistry
• Inorganic chemistry
Semiconductors are used to produce a variety of electronic device types, including diodes , transistors, and integrated circuits. Semiconductors in their normal state, weak conductors as a current allows electrons to pass, stopping the entire influx of new electrons and making their valence bands filled up. Semiconductor materials such as gallium arsenide (GaAs), silicon (Si) and germanium (Ge) have electrical properties between those of a "conductor" and a "insulator" somewhere in the centre.
• Semiconductor Physics and Applications
• Semiconductor Devices & Circuits
• Electronic Properties of Doped Semiconductors
• The electrical characterization of semiconductors
• Transport Equations for Semiconductors
• Optical Processes in Semiconductors
• Semiconductor Materials
Metallurgical and Materials Engineering educates students about the verticals of different metals' physical and chemical properties. This research mainly deals with all sorts of metal related areas. The course covers Hydrometallurgy, Mechanical Metallurgy, Steel Heat Treatment, Welding Metallurgy, etc. Using metallurgy, the metals are isolated from their ore. It also concerns the chemical , physical, and atomic properties and structures of metals and the principles by which alloy-forming metals are mixed. The metallurgical sciences are divided into chemical metallurgy and physical metallurgy.
• Hydro Metallurgy
• Phase Transformations
• Physical Metallurgy
• Metal Forming and Mechanical Behaviour
• Materials Joining
• Nano and Bulk Materials Processing
• Iron and Steel Technology
• Integrated Computational Materials Engineering
• Corrosion Protection
A dielectric material is a substance which is a weak electricity conductor but an efficient supporter of electrostatic field s. If the current movement between opposite electric charge poles is held to a minimum while the electrostatic flux lines are not impeded or disrupted, energy may be retained by an electrostatic field. Also used in the construction of radiofrequency transmission lines are dielectrical materials.
Piezoelectric materials are materials capable of generating internal electrical charge from the mechanical stress applied to them. The piezoelectric effect arises from the linear electromechanical interaction in crystalline materials with no inversion symmetry between the mechanical and the electrical states.
• Dielectric strength
• Dielectric Materials and Applications
• Dielectrics and Polarisation
• Capacitor Dielectrics
• Diffusion Barriers
• Ferroelectric Materials
• High-k on Gallium Nitride
• Piezo- and Pyroelectric Materials
• Piezoelectric Materials for Energy Harvesting
• Fundamentals of Piezoelectric Sensorics
• piezoelectric crystals
• piezoelectric Sensor
• piezoelectric transducer
• Fields in dielectrics conductors and magnetic materials
Condensed matter physics is a branch of physics that investigates the thermal, elastic, electrical, magnetic and optical properties of solid and liquid substances. It also studies the properties of large sets of atoms that structure natural and synthetic materials. The origins of condensed-matter and physics of materials lie in the early 20th-century developments of quantum mechanics. Since at ordinary chemical and thermal energy scales it deals with the properties of matter, condensed matter and physics of materials are the subfield of physics with the greatest number of immediate practical applications.
• Condensed-Matter and Materials Physics
• Topological Aspects of Condensed Matter Physics
• Quantum Field Theory in Condensed Matter Physics
• Gravitation Theory
• Statistical Condensed Matter Physics
• Principles of Condensed Matter Physics
• Condensed Matter Field Theory
• Disorder in condensed matter physics
• Encyclopedic Dictionary of Condensed Matter Physics
The science of Light is optics. A branch of physics that studies electromagnetic radiation as a result of these interactions, its interactions with matter and the instruments used to gather information. Optics embraces sight study. Physical optics primarily deals with the very essence and properties of light itself. Geometric optics deals with the rules regulating the image-forming properties of lenses, mirrors and other light-using instruments.
• Mathematical Theory of Optics
• Ray Optics
• Optics in Photography
• Optical Coherence and Quantum Optics
• Geometrical Optics
• Reflection and refraction
• Ray-tracing methods
• Optics: Principles and Applications
The metals are opaque, lustrous elements which are excellent heat and electricity conductors. Most of the metals are maleable and ductile, and they are usually denser than the other elements. Metals are used in Transportation, Aerospace , Computers and other electronic devices that require conductors, Communications including satellites that depend on a tough but light metal shell, Food processing and preservation, Construction, Biomedical applications, Electrical power production and distribution, Farming, Household etc.
An alloy is a mixture of metals or metals and one or more other elements together. For example, the combination of the metallic elements gold and copper produces red gold, gold and silver creates white gold, and silver produces sterling silver in combination with copper. Mixed with non-metallic carbon or silicon, the elemental iron creates alloys called steel or silicon steel. The resulting mixture forms a material that often varies from the properties of pure metals, such as increased strength or hardness.
• Introduction to Metals and Non-metals
• Physical Properties of Metals and Non-metals
• Chemical Properties and Uses of Metals and Non-metals
• Metal based composites
• Powder Metallurgy
• Copper alloys
• Chromium alloys
• Low alley steel
• Shape memoty alloys
• Metallurgy and alloys
Bioinspired materials are synthetic materials whose structure, properties and properties are those of natural or living materials. Bioinspiration is the creation of new materials , structures, and tools that are inspired by biological processes and biological evolution related solutions. Bio-Inspired Materials and Systems brings a diverse group of complementary researchers together to develop functional, programmable, and responsive materials for deployment in soft robotic systems.
• Bio-inspired Materials and Sensing Systems
• Bioinspired materials and surfaces for green science
• Biological and bioinspired materials
• Bioinspired Materials for Medical Applications
• Bio-Inspired Material Design and Optimization
• Bioinspired self-healing materials
• Mechanically responsive materials across different length scales
• Biologically inspired assembly of optical materials
• Responsive bio-interfaces and surfaces
• Dynamics of interacting cell-material systems
Mineralogy is the systematic study dealing with the mineral properties. The study of physical mineralogy is the study of the mineral properties. Physical mineralogy is the study of the minerals' chemical composition and their chemical properties. Environmental mineralogy studies of complex and very different mineral origin environments, natural and industrial mineral effects, understanding element behavior in echo-systems and minimizing possible pollution problems. Descriptive mineralogy is concerned with classifying minerals into groups based on their common properties, mostly chemical and structural.
• Advanced Mineralogy
• Topographical and descriptive mineralogy
• Ore geology
• History of mineralogy
• Soil mineralogy
• Mineralogical Applications of Crystal Field Theory
• Planetary Materials
• Environmental Mineralogy
Materials Science Market Overview
Overall, the U.S. dental materials market was valued at approximately $1.4 billion in 2016. This is expected to increase over the forecast period at a CAGR of 4% to exceed $1.8 billion.
The Material Testing Market is segmented on the basis of Material Type, End-User Type, Product Type, and Regional Analysis. Material type is segmented on the basis of Plastics, Metal, Ceramics and Composites, Rubber and Elastomer and Others. The Materials testing market is projected to increase more than $786 Million by 2023 at a CAGR of 5% in the given estimate period.
The U.S. fencing market is estimated to reach $11,687.7 million by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. A booming construction industry for the residential and commercial buildings in the country is acting as a foremost catalyst in helping the market grow. The majority of demand for fences originates in the same sector as security and privacy concerns are on the rise. The demand for U.S. fencing market is estimated to gain traction owing to the growing residential sector and real estate developments. The market is projected to register a CAGR of 5.4% over the forecast period.
The armor materials market is anticipated to grow from projected $8.67 Billion in 2017 to $ 12.11 Billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 6.92% during the forecast period. The growth of this market is mainly attributed to the changing battlefield scenarios and development of highly developed weapons and ammunition which in turn is expected to lead to an raise in the demand for better and more effective armor solutions. On the basis of application, the armor materials market has been classified into body armor, civil armor, vehicle armor, aerospace armor and marine armor. The body armor segment is estimated to grow at the highest CAGR between 2017 and 2022. Based on region, the armor materials market has been segmented into South America, North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and the Middle East & Africa. North America is the biggest market for armor materials and is anticipated to continue to lead the market by 2022. The US is a foremost armor materials end user in the region as well as globally, owing to rising homeland security concerns due to terrorism. The Asia Pacific is projected to be the fastest-growing market for armor materials driven by increasing defense budgets, military modernization programs, rising tensions between countries in the region, along with terrorism and insurgency incidents.
The growth potential of different dental material markets will vary significantly between 2016 and 2023. Markets can be separated into three categories according to their expected growth rates. The first category is composed of direct restoratives, dental cements and dental local anesthetics, which is driving the market forward with higher-than-average expansion. The second category encompasses core build-up materials, impression and bonding agents, which will maintain a steady, but slower growth rate. The final category includes the declining temporary restorative materials segment, which is declining as a consequence of the increasing popularity of CAD/CAM dentistry.
Advanced Materials usually have more properties than conventional materials available. They can outperform conventional materials, in terms of their applications. They are materials that are new or have undergone modifications in existing materials to gain better performance with respect to one or more characteristics that are essential for the applications under consideration. According to the report, the universal Advanced Materials market was valued at US$ 42.76 Bn in 2015 and is estimated to reach US$ 102.48 Bn by 2024, growing at a CAGR of 10.4% between 2016 and 2024.
The Europe Nanomaterial Market generated revenue of $2,536 million in 2015 and is estimated to achieve $9,078 million by 2022 with a CAGR of 20.0% during 2016-2022. The report focuses on recent market trends and future growth opportunities of nanomaterials in industries. It also emphasizes the various types of nanomaterials that are commercially available in the market, namely, carbon based, oxides, dendrimers, nanoclay, and nanocellulose. It also analyzes the current market trends of nanomaterials in different countries in Europe and suggests the future growth opportunities by analyzing government regulations & policies, which can further increase the consumer acceptance in that region.
The Europe Smart materials exhibit responsiveness in a controlled manner in environments that change. With a unique molecular structure, smart materials react to a wide range of external stimuli such as pressure, temperature, electric fields, magnetic fields, moisture, and chemicals. The Europe Smart Materials market growth is 12.1% CAGR during the forecast period 2017-2023.
The high demands of material testing in various industries are driving the material testing market. The material testing market is expected revenue of $ 633.6 Million in 2017 and is estimated to achieve $785.7 Million by 2022, at a CAGR of 4.4% from 2017-2022.
Europe Building Materials market, By Product: Lumber generated over USD 70 billion income in 2017. Lumber or timber has become an essential material among other products due to its excellent mechanical characteristics. It is essential to attain the FSC-certification, as these labelling offers product performance guarantee. Hardwood and softwood are the basic types used in the construction market for excellent structural forming. Lumber components are extensively used in making and framing structures of housing roofs, furniture, and the outer basic structure mostly fuelling Europe building materials market size.
Asia Pacific is a key exporter, with China, Taiwan, and Japan emerging as leading manufacturing countries. The market presents low barriers to new entrants in terms of technology and raw material supply. However, these players face the challenge of sustaining in a highly competitive environment formed by well-established existing players with a large customer base.
The plastic fasteners segment is likely to exhibit a CAGR of 5.6% over the projected period, on account of their rising application scope in the automotive industry. Application of these products in automotive manufacturing reduces overall vehicle production cost and weight, thereby improving performance and reducing carbon footprint.
Phase Change Materials (PCMs) constitute the largest growing material type with a robust 20% CAGR in the global market for Smart Materials. The growing application of structural products in applications, such as electronics cooling, shipping and packaging, building resources and energy storage would further propel demand for these materials. Piezoelectric Materials corner is the largest share of the global Smart materials market, accounting for a forecast 66% share in 2018.
The Asia Pacific industrial fasteners market size was projected at $31.22 billion in 2017. The product plays a essential role in the largest part major industries, including shipbuilding, automotive, aerospace and industrial machinery. Rapid growth of these industries on account of increasing mechanization in residential and industrial construction is expected to propel product demand.
Smart Materials constitute a class of advanced materials capable of sensing and responding to a wide variety of stimuli that can include nuclear radiation, electric and magnetic fields, temperature, pressure, mechanical stress, hydrostatic pressure and pH change. This next generation of intelligent materials displays adaptive capabilities and alters its physical properties such as viscosity, shape and stiffness in a specified manner. Smart Materials have multiple functionalities, such as self-adaptability, self-sensing, self-healing and memory, which allow them to be used in a variety of applications.
Materials Science Associations & Societies in USA
Canadian Association for Composite Structures and Materials/Canadian Association for Composite Structures/National Association of Steel Pipe Distributors/Toronto Steel Buyers & Associates/Canadian Welding Bureau/Association of Women in the Metal Industries/Canadian Association of Importers & Exporters/Aluminium Association of Canada/Canadian Steel Producers Association/Canadian Foundry Association/The Mining Association of Canada/Ontario Sheet Metal Contractors Association/Associations-Agway Metals Inc/Architectural Glass & Metal Contractors Association/Mining Associations and Organizations/Canadian Steel Producers Association/Aluminum Association of Canada/British Columbia Sheet Metal Association/Canadian Association of Surface Finishing/Canadian Construction Association/Canadian Copper and Brass Development Association/Precision Metalforming Association/The National Coil Coating Association/Fabricators & Manufacturers Association/Brazilian Metallurgy and Metals Association/Brazilian steel association/Materials Research Society/American Chemical Society/The American Ceramic Society/Metallurgy & Materials Society/Nano Canadian Society/American Nano Society: Nanotechnology Community/The Ontario Clay and Glass Association/American Society for Composites/Polymer Processing Society/ International Association of Advanced Materials/Metals & Materials Association/International Association of Nanotechnology/Nanotechnology Industries Association/Centre for Advanced Materials/United States Advanced Ceramics Association/Centre for Advanced Materials and Related Technology/American Composites Manufacturers Association/International Art Materials Association/Brazilian Association of Metallurgy, Materials and Mining/Nanotechnology Industries Association/Advanced Materials Research Center/The Ontario Clay and Glass Association/Canadian Association for Composite Structures/Canadian Plastics Industry Association/Association of Power Producers Of Ontario/Canadian Construction Association/Canadian Electricity Association/The Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association/Canadian Nuclear Association/Canadian Geothermal Energy Association/The Mining Association of Canada/Canada Fuel Cell Industry Developments/Canadian Plastics Industry Association/Canadian Solar Industries Association/Nova Scotia Offshore Energy Research Association/Green Energy-Canadian Environmental Law Association/International Association for Hydrogen Energy/Mar-Bal Composites Industry Associations/Energy Bar Association/Brazilian Polymers Association/The Association of Plastic Recyclers/Alberta Plastics Recycling Association/Canadian Association of Recycling Industries/The Polymer and Composites Industry Association
Materials Science Societies in Europe
Flexible Packaging Association/The British Composites Society/Composites UK/UK Pottery Associations/Craft Potters Association/Northern Potters Association/Westcountry Potters Association/Craft Potters Association of Great Britain/Branch Association Polymers/Italian Industry Association for Composite Materials/Spanish Association of Plastics Industry/European Plastics Converters/Spanish Association of Cities of Ceramics/Spanish Ceramic Tile Manufacturers Association/Association of Steel-Concrete Composite Structures/European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA)/International Association for Energy Economics/Spanish Renewable Energy Association/Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers/German Energy Storage Association/German Solar Industry Association/German Association of Energy and Water/German Solar Association/The German Building Materials Association/Association of German Dental Manufacturers/German Association of the Automotive Industry/Construction Products Association/Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association/Natural Materials Association board/Advanced Porous Materials Association/French-Chinese Association of Energy/The Energy Materials Industrial Research Initiative Association/Italian Association for Metallurgy/London Materials Society/The Institute of Materials, Minerals & Mining/Materials Societies Oxford Materials/Royal Society of Chemistry/European Materials Research Society/Oxford University Materials Society/Polish Materials Science Society/Polish Society for Biomaterials/European Ceramic Society/European Society for Biomaterials/Society for Biomaterials/Scandinavian Society for Biomaterials/The German Ceramic Society/European Society for Composite Materials/The Polymer Society/Society of Chemical Industry/Wey Ceramics Society/The Oriental Ceramic Society (OCS)/Tiles & Architectural Ceramics Society (TACS)/United Kingdom Society for Biomaterials/Energy Materials Group/European Materials Research Society/The Federation of European Materials Societies/German Engineering Materials Science Centre/Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology/European Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Association/Nanotechnology Industries Association/European Nanotechnology Trade Association/The Federation of European Materials/The European Ceramic Industry Association/The European Composites Industry Association/European Association for ETICS/European Plastics Distributors Association/Polymer Associations/Ceramic Association of La Borne/Association of Advanced Ceramics French Manufacturers/Associations of Ceramics Cities/Morbi Ceramic Association/Nanotechnology Industries Association/European Plastics Distributors Association/Plastics Industry Association/Trade Associations/New German Plastics Federation/European Bioplastics e.V/The German Ceramic Society/Composites Germany/German Association of Nanotechnology/The British Plastics Federation (BPF)/Polymer Machinery Manufacturers and Distributors Association/The Telford Polymer Association/Rubber and plastic trade associations/Scottish Plastics and Rubber Association/Rubber and Plastic Research Association (RAPRA)/Bio-based and Biodegradable Industries Association (BBIA)
Materials Science Societies in Asia
China Scrap Plastic Association/China Plastics Piping Association/Japan Chemical Industry Association/Japan Carbon Fiber Manufacturers Association/Japan Flavour and Fragrance Materials Association/China Insulation & Energy Efficiency Materials Association/China Building Materials Industry Association/Functional Materials (Singapore) Committee/Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore/Hong Kong Energy Conservation Association/Hong Kong-International Association for Energy Economics/International Council of Chemical Association/Hong Kong Construction Materials Association/Hong Kong Association of Energy Engineers/The Hong Kong Metals Manufacturers Association/Hong Kong Precious metals traders association/China nonferrous metals industry association/China Iron and Steel Association/Japan Mining Industry Association/Japan Metal Stamping Association/Japan Stainless steel Association/Japan Carbon Fiber Manufacturers Association/Japan Chemical Fibers Association/China carbon fiber and composites association/Association of Malaysian Medical Industries/Materials and Energy Research Center/Building Materials Distributors Association/Malaysian Iron and Steel Industry Federation/Malaysia scrap metal association/African Materials Research Society/Asia Pacific Society for Materials Research/Chinese Materials Research Society/Materials Research Society of Singapore/Asian Society for Colloid and Surface Science/Asian Crystallographic Association/Materials Research Society of Serbia/Korean Society for Composite Materials/The Korean Ceramic Society/The Chinese society for metals/Asian Australasian Association for Composite Materials/Asia Pacific Academy of Materials/Asian Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Association/Korea Contemporary Ceramic Artists/Korea Fine Ceramic Association/Shanghai Ceramics Association/China Ceramic Industry Association Manufacturers/Shandong Ceramics Association/Asian Polymer Association/Asia Superabsorbent Polymers Industry Association/Malaysian Plastics Manufacturers Association/The Japan Plastics Industry Federation/Japan Urethane Raw Materials Association/Thermosetting Plastics Industry Association/Japan Fluoropolymers Industry Association/Japan Styrene Industry Association/Polyethylene pipe and fittings for facility water association/Japan BioPlastics Association/Glass Fiber Association of Japan/The Carbon Fiber Manufacturers Association/Japan Hygienic Olefin And Styrene Plastics Association/The Japan Society of Polymer Processing/Japan BioPlastics Association (JBPA)
Materials Science Societies in Middle East
Iran National Plastic Association/National Association of polymers and plastics industries/Iran Masterbatch and Compound Producer Association/Iran Polymer and Petrochemical Institute/Turkish Chemical Manufacturer's Association/Turkish Steel Exporters' Association/Istanbul Minerals & Metals Exporters Association/Industrial Fabrics Association/Iranian Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Society/Iranian Nanotechnology Society/Turkish Ceramics Federation/Iranian Scientific Association of Energetic Materials/Materials and Energy Research Center/Foundational meeting of the Association of Materials Science/Iran Renewable Energy Association/Iranian Scientific Association of Energitic Materials/Iranian Cement Industry Association/Iranian Geothermal Energy Association
Materials Science Journals
Journal of Advanced Materials-SAMPE/International Journal of Advanced Materials Research-Publons/Journal of Materials & Design Elsevier/Journal of Materials & Design -ScienceDirect/Materials and Design-Scimago/Journal of Nanotechnology-Hindawi/Journal of Nanotechnology-Springer/Nanotechnology Journals-AzoNano/Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology: SAGE Journals/Nanomaterials-MDPI/Journal of Nanomaterials-Hindawi/Journal of Nanomaterials-Scimago/Nanomaterials publications-Materials Today/Energy Materials-Taylor & Francis Online/Advanced Energy Materials-Wiley Online Library/Journal of Energy Storage Materials-Elsevier/Energy publications-Materials Today/Journal of Ceramics International-Elsevier/Journal of Advanced Ceramics- Springer/European Journal of Material Sciences/ACS Nano/Journal of Materials Chemistry A/Journal of Materials Chemistry B/Nature Nanotechnology/Progress in Materials Science/Progress in Polymer Science/Materials Horizons/Materials science publications-Materials Today/Elsevier's materials related journals/European Journal of Scientific Research/European Journal of Materials Science-Taylor & Francis Online/Journal of Materials Science-Springer/Materials Horizons-Royal Society of Chemistry/Journal of Composite Materials-SAGE Publications Ltd/Nature Materials/Journal of Materials Science and Research-Gavin Publishers/European Journal of Material Sciences (EJMS)-EA Journals/Frontiers in Materials Chemistry-A/European Journal-Wiley Online Library/Journals-IOPscience/International Journal of Material Forming-Springer/Advanced Materials-Wiley Online Library/Advanced Materials-Scimago/Journal of Science: Advanced Materials and Devices-Elsevier/Advanced Materials Research-Scientific.net/Advanced Materials-Wiley VCH/Journal of Science: Advanced Materials and Devices-Sciencedirect/Advanced Materials-Phys.org/Advanced Materials Letters-VBRI Press/REVIEWS ON ADVANCED MATERIALS SCIENCE-De Gruyter/Science of Advanced Materials-ASP
Materials Science Universities in USA
University of Illinois/University of California/Cornell University/University of Michigan/Pennsylvania State University/Carnegie Mellon University/Carnegie Mellon University/Binghamton University/Boise State University/Boston University/Brown University/Auburn University/McGill University/McMaster University/Queen's University/Royal Military College of Canada/Ryerson University/University of Toronto/University of Waterloo/University of Windsor/University of São Paulo/The University of Campinas/Federal University of São Carlos/Federal University of Minas Gerais/Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul/Federal University of Santa Catarina/National Autonomous University of Mexico/Northwestern University/Stanford University/University of California
Materials Science Universities in Europe
ETH Zurich/Warsaw University of Technology/AGH University of Science and Technology/Wrocław University of Science and Technology/University of Patras/University of Ioannina/University of Crete/University of Rijeka/University of Leoben/Vienna University of Technology/Graz University of Technology/Catholic University of Leuven/Ghent University/University Catholique of Louvain/National Metallurgical Academy Of Ukraine/Uppsala University/Chalmers University of Technology/The Norwegian University of Science and Technology/Charles University in Prague/Czech Technical University in Prague/Brno University of Technology/Politehnica University of Bucharest/Technical University of Denmark/Aarhus University/Aalto University/University of Helsinki/Tampere University of Technology/University of Oxford/University of Cambridge/Imperial College London/The University of Sheffield/University of Birmingham/Queen Mary University of London/Queen's University Belfast/Bangor University/Brunel University London/Sheffield Hallam University/University of Southampton/University of Bristol/Nottingham Trent University/Cardiff University/University of Leeds/University of Glasgow/Loughborough University/University of Exeter/Swansea University/Dresden University of Technology/RWTH Aachen University/University of Erlangen-Nuremberg/The Technical University of Munich/University of Münster/The Technische Universität Darmstadt/The University of Bologna/The Sapienza University/Polytechnic University of Turin/The Polytechnic University of Milan/University of Paris-Saclay/PSL Research University/University of Lyon/Languedoc-Roussillon Universities/University of Barcelona/Polytechnic University of Catalonia/The University of the Basque/The Autonomous University of Barcelona/Autonomous University of Madrid/Delft University of Technology/Eindhoven University of Technology/Utrecht University/University of Groningen
Materials Science Universities in Asia
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology/Korea University/Seoul National University/Pohang University of Science and Technology/Sungkyunkwan University/Hanyang University/University of Malaya/UniversitiSains Malaysia/Universiti Putra Malaysia/UniversitiTeknologi Malaysia/Tohoku University/University of Tokyo/Kyoto University/Osaka University/Kyushu University/Hokkaido University/East China University of Science and Technology/Dalian University of Technology/Wuhan University of Technology/Lanzhou University/Shandong University/Donghua University/Universitas Indonesia/National University of Singapore/Nanyang Technological University/Nanyang Polytechnic/Singapore University of Technology/City University of Hong Kong/The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Materials Science Universities in Middle East
Technion Israel Institute of Technology/Ben-Gurion University of the Negev/Kuwait College of Science & Technology/Iran University of Science & Technology/Isfahan University of Technology/Amirkabir University of Technology (AUT)/University of Tehran/Islamic Azad University/Sharif University of Technology/Istanbul Technical University/Middle East Technical University/King Abdullah University of Science & Technology/King Saud University/King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals/Ain Shams University/Qatar University
Materials Science Institutes in USA
California Institute of Technology/Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Virginia polytechnic institute and state university/Georgia Institute of Technology/Illinois Institute of Technology/Air Force Institute of Technology
Materials Science Institutes in Europe
Materials Science Institutes in Asia
Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology/Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology/KTH Royal Institute of Technology/Tokyo Institute of Technology/Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology/Harbin Institute of Technology
Materials Science Institutes in Middle East
Materials Science Companies in USA
American Elements/Amphibian Systems/Amprius/AMRI-Albany Molecular Research/Amtech Systems/AnaSpec/Anatech/Anchor Semiconductor/Anderson & Steinssen/Angstrom Sciences/Angstron Materials/10 Angstroms/3D Systems/3DIcon/3DM/4Wave/A & A Company/Abeam Technologies/Accelergy/Accium/ACS Material/Aculon/ADA Technologies/Advance Reproductions/Advanced Ceramic Materials/Advanced Diamond Technologies/Advanced Energy Industries/Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)/Advanced Nano-Coatings/Advanced Optical Technologies/Advanced Research Systems/Advanced Surface Microscopy/Matterport. Private Company/BASF. Listed Company/Formlabs. Private Company/Twist Bioscience.Private Company/Dow Chemicals.Listed Company/TechStars. Private Company/Oxford Nanopore Technologies/Nature Works Private Company/PyroGenesis Canada Inc./Advanced Materials and Manufacturing/Rayonier Advanced Materials/Coorstek Advanced Materials Hamilton/Advanced Polymer Materials Inc/Toda Advanced Materials Inc/Advanced Pavement Technologies/AdvanceTEC/Advano/Advenira Enterprises/Advion BioSciences/AEgis Technologies Group/AEP Technology/Aerotech/AFMWorkshop/AGI Abbie Gregg/Agilent Technologies/Air Products and Chemicals Inc./AIST-NT/AJA International/Akonni Biosystems/ALB Materials/ALD Nanosolutions/Alexium/Alfa Aesar/Alien Technology/Alio/Allegiance NanoSolutions/Alliance Test Equipment/Allwin21/Alpha Szenszor/Altogen Biosystems/AMAG Pharmaceuticals
Materials Science Companies in Europe
Gledco Engineered Materials/Erodex (UK) Ltd/2-Dtech/Advanced Hall Sensors/Advanced Material Development/Agar Scientific/Ancon/Andor Technology/Applied Graphene Materials/Applied Microengineering (AML)/Applied Nanodetectors Technology/Aquila Instruments/ATD Bio/BBI Solutions/BGT Materials/Bio Nano Consulting/BOC Edwards/BREC Solutions/Cambridge Display Technology/Cambridge Graphene/Cambridge Innovation Consulting/Cambridge Nanosystems/Cambridge Nanotherm/Carbolite/Ceimig/Cressington Scientific Instruments/Dolomite/Durham Magneto Opics/Edinburgh Instruments/Efficiency Technologies/Element Six/Elliot Scientific/Endomagnetics/Exilica/Fischer Instrumentation/Gearing Scientific/Gographene/Graphene Composites/Graphene Industries/GrapheneLab/Graphitene/Haydale/Heason Technologies Group/Henniker Scientific/Hiden Analytical/Hubron/Inanovate/Inex/Infinitesima/Intrinsiq/Isogenica/Keeling & Walker/Kelvin Nanotechnology/KP Technology/Labocon/LEL Group/Linkam Scientific Instruments/Hiden Isochema/Bituline Industries s.a/Crown Tiles/Davuka GRP Ltd./Eliza Tinsley Ltd/Goonvean Ltd./Grace/Inter Metal/James Burrell/Kents Direct/Latty International/Tremco Global Sealants/Lubrizol Advanced Materials Realty Europe BVB/Hanwha Advanced Materials Europe s.r.o/Huntsman Advanced Materials (Switzerland) Sàrl/Quadrant Plastic Composites Slovakia s.r.o./Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials AG/Morgan Advanced Materials/Sumika Polymer Compounds (UK) Ltd/Longfield Polymers/Formulated Polymer Products Ltd/Longfield Polymers/Axion Polymers/Alpha Polymers Ltd/UK Plastic Manufacturing/Northern Polymers and Plastics Ltd/ELIX Polymers/Ocean Polymers/Construction Materials Testing Ltd/Brick-ability Holdings Ltd/FlexiTrade/Lafarge Tarmac Ltd/B L Fixings Ltd/D H H Timber Products Limited/Designer Carbon Materials Ltd/Morganite Electrical Carbon Ltd
Materials Science Companies in Asia
Advantest/Alnair Laboratories/Ashizawa Finetech/Crestec/Elionix Scientific Instruments/Enplas/Fujifilm/Fujitsu/Fuso Chemical/Hakuto/Hamamatsu Photonics/Hitachi High-Technologies/Honjo Chemical Corporation/HORIBA Jobin Yvon/Hosokawa Micron Group/Jasco/JEOL KRI Inc./Kuramoto/Kuraray/Nano Control/Nano Corporation/Nanocarrier/Nanophoton/Nara/NF Corporation/Nikon/Nippon Shokubai/Nissan Chemical Industries/NTT Advanced Technology Corporation/Rigaku/Samco/Tokyo Seimitsu-Accretech/Topcon/Toray Industries/Unisoku/Zeon Corporation/Asia advanced materials sdn BHD/Advanced Materials Enterprises Company Limited/Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials/Hanwha Advanced Materials/Asia Building Materials Trading Company LLC/Sagar Asia Private Limited/Asia Material Resources Ltd/Material Procurement Asia Ltd/Dextra Asia Co. Ltd/Sumiden Electronic Materials (M) Sdn. Bhd/Mitsui Chemicals Asia Pacific, Ltd./Sumitomo Chemical Asia/Asahi Kasei Corp./UBE Industries, Ltd./KANEKA Corporation/Kuraray Co., Ltd./Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd./Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd./Sekisui Plastics Co., Ltd./Dow Chemical Japan Limited/Tosoh Corporation/Toray Industries, Inc./Toyo Styrene Co., Ltd./Japan Polychem Corporation/PS Japan Corporation/Prime Polymer Co., Ltd./Polyplastics Co.,Ltd./Mitsui Chemicals, Inc./Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation/Admatechs
Materials Science Companies in Middle East
Solvay in United Arab Emirates/3M United Arab Emirates/Applied Materials, Inc/Arabian Construction Company/Qurain Petrochemical Industries Co./Entekno/Grafen Chemical Industries/Inovenso/Nanografen/Nanografi/Alfields/Middle East Building Materials Co. WLL/Imperial Middle East Building Material Trading LLC/Trice Chemicals IND LLC/SchlegelGiesse Middle East Building Materials/Plaza Middle East/Boral Middle East Dubai LLC/Dextra Middle East in Dubai
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