The ICEAN 2021 conference committee would like to wholeheartedly welcome you to the 4th International Conference on Emerging Advanced Nanomaterials (ICEAN).
The conference will be held at the NEX, Newcastle from Monday 18th October through to Friday 22nd October 2021.
The architecture of novel advanced nano and biomaterials with different physical and chemical properties and structures has gained a lot of momentum and captured the imaginations of active researchers worldwide as it makes a huge impact on the growth of industrial sectors, and innovation across all sectors including energy, environment, and healthcare and information technology.
The 4th International Conference on Emerging Advanced Materials (ICEAN) aims to bring together scientists active in the fields of advanced nano and biomaterials, especially optronic, photovoltaic, magnetic, organic, porous, composite, computational, sensor, battery, fuel cell, catalytic and biomaterials, from all over the world.
ICEAN-2021, hosted by the Global Innovative Center for Advanced Nanomaterials (GICAN), provides an opportunity to share the knowledge and create a collaborative platform where the top research experts from all over the world can work together on key and challenging research areas including advanced nano and biomaterials.
Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI) is also organising the symposium on Advanced Carbon Materials during the ICEAN 2021 conference. This is organised by A/Prof. Nishar Hameed, Dr Nisa V. Salim and the ICEAN Team.
The main aim of the workshop is to bring together scientists active in the fields of advanced nano and biomaterials, especially optronic, photovoltaic, magnetic, organic, porous, composite, computational, sensor, battery, fuel cell, catalytic and biomaterials, from all over the world.
This will provide an opportunity to share the knowledge and hear the developments on the above fields through presentation from all over the world on key research areas and challenges.
Over four days the conference will feature an exciting and comprehensive list of national and international leaders and experts in this field. The workshop will consist of 11 plenary, 20 keynote and more than 100 invited lectures from researchers of different countries who are pioneers in the field of Nanomaterials, and several oral presentations, mainly from students and post-docs and also research papers which are invited from researchers, scientists and technologists.
The scope of the conference covers the fundamentals and technological aspects of various advanced materials and their industrial, biomedical, electronic, photonic, energy and environmental applications. Find out more about the conference topics.
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