Category: Nanomaterials

Symposium CC

Novel Solution Processing of Advanced Functional Nanomaterials for Energy, Environmental and Biomedical Applications

Please refer to the topics listed below.

  • Solution processing – general, conventional methods and novel methods.
  • CBD, soft solution processing, high temperature solution methods, spray pyrolysis, solution plasma processing.
  • Hydrothermal synthesis, hydrothermal processing, soft/mild hydrothermal processing, solvothermal reactions, solvothermal synthesis, carbonothermal synthesis, ammonothermal synthesis, glycothermal synthesis, chemistry of hydrothermal media, hydrothermal epitaxy, HIP, nature inspired hydrothermal processes.
  • Supercritical fluid technology (SCF) for materials processing, SCF technology for materials recycling, green chemical processing, nanohybrid and composite materials.
  • Mechanochemical, sonochemical, microwave, electrochemical processing of materials. Multi-energy processing routes – hydrothermal-mechanochemical, hydrothermal-electrochemical, hydrothermal-biological, hydrothermal-sol gel, hydrothermal-solution plasma.
  • Biomimetic processes, nature inspired processing techniques, bio-inspired.
  • Solution processing of thin films, fine ceramics, direct write technology, wet chemical processing (co-precipitation, hydrolysis, intercalation/deintercalation, ion exchange).
  • Sol-gel technology.
  • Nanomaterials (including nanotubes) processing using hydrothermal and solvothermal techniques.
  • Inorganic nanostructures fabrication, nanostructures and hybrid composites for various applications including gas sensors and biomedical applications, nanoceramics processing.
  • Novel methods of materials processing for bioimaging and biophotonics applications.
  • Self-assembly, templating.
  • Engineered materials and devices for environment and energy applications.
  • Hydrothermal and solvothermal carbon polymorphs.
  • Carbon forms – metal / metal oxides / polymers composites.
  • Novel solution processing routes for nanoscale films, nanoprobes and nanocarriers, nanoplatforms for biological imaging.
  • Advanced drug delivery systems.
  • Biofunctionalization of nanomaterials for various applications.
  • Novel techniques of patterning and manufacturing of materials for next generation energy applications.
  • Solution processing of nanomaterials for water purification and effluent treatment.
  • Solution processing of negative index materials – from microwave to optical.
  • Novel solution processing of biodegradable and biocompatible materials.
  • Solution processing of nanoparticles from fabrication to clinical applications.
  • Nanobiomolecular assembly.
  • Toxicity studies of nanomaterials.
  • Materials for carbon capturing.
  • Materials for H2 generation and water splitting and environmental safety.
  • Vinu AJAYAN, University of Newcastle, Australia
  • Vipul BANSAL, RMIT University, Australia
  • K BYRAPPA, Adichunchanagiri University (ACU), India
  • Jin-Ho CHOY, CINBM, Ewha Womans University, Korea, Korea
  • Tharamani CN, Indian Institute of Technology, Ropar, India
  • Guglielmo CONDORELLI, University of Catania, Italy
  • Aymonier CYRIL , The Institute for Solid State Chemistry Bordeaux, France
  • Yadav GANAPATI D, Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai, India
  • Kia Liang Gregory GOH, Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, Singapore
  • Motonobu GOTO, Nagoya University, Japan
  • Westin GUNNAR, Uppsala University, Sweeden
  • Martin HARTMANN, University of Erlangen, Germany
  • Eva HEMMAR, Ottawa University, Canada
  • Thai HOANG, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Vietnam
  • Seong-Ju HWANG, Ewha Womans University, South Korea
  • Darr JAWAAD, University College of London, UK
  • Jih-Jen WU, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
  • Qin LI, Griffith University, Australia
  • Samuel MARGUERON, University of Franche-Comté, France
  • Yoshimura MASAHIRO, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
  • Sanjay MATHUR, University of Koeln, Germany
  • Ramachandra Rao MS, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India
  • Nicola PINNA, Humboldt-University, Berlin, Germany
  • Adeloju SAMUEL, Monash University, Australia
  • Hiromi YAMASHITA, Osaka University, Japan
  • Gopinathan SANKAR, University College London, UK
  • Lok Kumar SHRESTHA, WPI-MANA, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
  • Asahina SHUNSUKE, JEOL Ltd, Japan
  • Talapaneni SIDDULU NAIDU, Univeersity of Newcastle, Australia
  • Christiansen SILKE, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, Germany
  • Kohei  SOGA, Tokyo University of Science, Japan
  • S SRIKANTASWAMY, University of Mysore, India
  • Lin-Bing SUN, Nanjing Tech University, China
  • Adschiri TADAFUMI, Tohoku University, Japan
  • Lionel VAYSSIERES, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
  • Sabino Veintemillas  VERDAGUER, Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid, Spain

Chairs

Yanli ZHAO
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

K. BYRAPPA
Adichunchanagiri University, India

Co-Chairs

Zheng LIU
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Sanjay MATHUR
University of Cologne, Germany

Ajayan VINU
University of New Castle, Australia

Correspondence

Prof Yanli Zhao
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Email: zhaoyanli@ntu.edu.sg