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20th International Conference on Advanced Energy Materials and Research, will be organized around the theme “Exploring the Challenges and oppurtunities in the Emerging Market of Energy materials”

Advanced Energy Materials 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Advanced Energy Materials 2018

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Energy materials within the past meant high energy explosive materials utilized in detonation and alternative energy storage applications. Such energy cannot be regulated for extended period. Currently energy materials embody wide selection of advanced and novel materials for the generation and storage of electric power. Energy generation, management and distribution are the quickest evolving industries of recent times. The demand to develop parts and sub-assemblies for novel product across the energy sector is increasing. Analysis in Production of electricity from piezoelectric materials,Biomass, photo chemistry is studied widely in several universities.

  • Track 1-1Photoelectrochemical devices
  • Track 1-2Biomass
  • Track 1-3Piezoelectric materials
  • Track 1-4Thermoelectric materials
  • Track 1-5 Pyroelectric materials
  • Track 1-6Nuclear Fuel Processing

Hydrogen can be utilized in fuel cells to produce power by a chemical reaction instead of combustion, generating only water and heat as byproducts. It can be used in cars, in houses, for mobile power, and in many more applications. Hydrogen can be produced using various, domestic resources—including fossil fuels, such as natural gas and coal (with carbon sequestration); nuclear energy; and other renewable energy sources, such as biomass, wind, solar, geothermal, and hydro-electric power—using a wide range of processes. The overall challenge to hydrogen generation is cost. For cost-competitive transportation, a key driver for energy independence, hydrogen must be comparable to conventional fuels and technologies.

  • Track 2-1 Fuel cells
  • Track 2-2Electrolysis
  • Track 2-3Hydrogen Production and Hydrogen Embrittlement
  • Track 2-4Biofuels
  • Track 2-5Hybrid Automobiles

Comparatively recent shift towards exploitation nano technology with regard to the capture, transfer, and storage of energy has positive economic impacts on society. The management of materials that nano technology offers to scientists and engineers is one amongst the vital aspects of nano technology. Nano technology in energy materials is exhibiting raised potency of lighting and heating, increased electrical storage capability, and a decrease in the quantity of pollution from the utilization of energy.  Advantages like these build the investment of capital in R&D of nano technology a prime priority.

  • Track 3-1Nanomaterials
  • Track 3-2 Nanoelectronics
  • Track 3-3Nanoenergy
  • Track 3-4Nanomedicine
  • Track 3-5Nanomechanics
  • Track 3-6 Application of superconductors and the future
  • Track 3-7Advanced Graphene Materials

Growing energy requirements need augmented efforts on developing materials and technologies that target energy generation, energy conversion and energy storage. For instance, recently the International solar alliance, consisting of over 120 countries, has been committed $1 trillion as investment and it's committed to reduce the prices of solar energy for remote and inaccessible communities. The World Bank is playing a significant role in mobilizing over US $1000 billion in investments which will be required by 2030. In 2013 thin-film technologies accounted for around 9 % of worldwide utilization, whereas 91 % by crystalline Si (mono-Si and multi-Si). With 5% of the general market, CdTe holds over half the thin-film market, 2 % of CIGS and amorphous Si. As per a study, prepared by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), recent solar modules are valued at $15 billion in reusable material by the year 2050. IRENA estimates that PV panel waste, comprised largely of glass, might total 78 million tonnes globally.

  • Track 4-1Photovoltaic Cells
  • Track 4-2Hybrid Solar Cells
  • Track 4-3Thinfilm Solar Cells
  • Track 4-4Recycling of Solar Cells
  • Track 4-5Organic Solar Cells & Inorganic Solar Cells

Graphene has unique mechanical, electrical and magnetic properties. The worldwide market for graphene reached $9 million by 2012 in the sectors of semiconductor materials, electronic devices, battery technologies, and composite materials. Graphene is synthesized in sheet, nano ribbons, quantum dots, oxides, and 3D forms. The market of graphene includes revolutionary display systems and touch screens.

  • Track 5-1Graphene Materials
  • Track 5-2Graphene forms and Synthesis
  • Track 5-3Refinement of Graphene and Functionalization
  • Track 5-4Applications of Graphene

Nano structuring has been utilized to improve the efficiencies of established photovoltaic technologies, for instance by rising current collection in amorphous Si devices, plasmonic improvising in dye-sensitized solar cells, and improved lightweight trapping in crystalline Si.

  • Track 6-1Nanophotonic structures
  • Track 6-2Nanoionics
  • Track 6-3Nanofabrication
  • Track 6-4Inorganic nanocrystals
  • Track 6-5Quatntum dot devices

Using appropriate electronics, piezo electrical effect is used for making a self-sustaining energy supply system. This is of explicit interest whenever power supply via cable isn't feasible and therefore the use of batteries associated maintenance expenditure don't seem to be desired. The application of piezoelectricity harvesting is anticipated to extend considerably in oil and gas production because it may be a cost-efficient variant to wired infrastructure. Asia Pacific and North American countries are expected to indicate higher growth in the thermo electricity energy harvesting market over the forecast period.

  • Track 7-1Bio-based energy harvesting
  • Track 7-2Piezoelectric materials
  • Track 7-3Thermoelectric materials
  • Track 7-4Pyroelectric materials
  • Track 7-5Micro wind turbine
  • Track 7-6Emerging energy harvesting technologies

Superconductivity is a phenomenon of exactly zero electrical resistance and expulsion of magnetic flux fields occurring in certain materials, called superconductors, when cooled below a characteristic critical temperature. It is characterized by the Meissner effect, the complete ejection of magnetic field lines from the interior of the superconductor as it transitions into the superconducting state. The occurrence of the Meissner effect indicates that superconductivity cannot be understood simply as the idealization of perfect conductivity in classical physics.

  • Track 8-1High Temperature Superconductors
  • Track 8-2Superconducting phase transition
  • Track 8-3Organic superconductors
  • Track 8-4Chemical elements
  • Track 8-5Properties of superconductors
  • Track 8-6Superfluid film
  • Track 8-7Application of superconductors and the future

Polymers are studied in the fields of polymer science (chemistry and physics) biosciences and engineering science.  Advanced polymers are used in many different applications in the field of energy such as lithium-ion polymer battery (LiPo), Crystallization of polymers, electro active polymers, polymeric surface, cationic & plasma polymerization, polymer brush etc..

  • Track 9-1Polymer Materials
  • Track 9-2Functional Polymers and Polymer Hybrid Materials
  • Track 9-3 Polymers for Energy storage & Energy Harvesting
  • Track 9-4Biopolymers
  • Track 9-5 Polymer Catalysts and Polymer Characterization
  • Track 9-6 Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells
  • Track 9-7Polymer Electronics

The formation, fabrication, textures, structures, properties, performances, and technological applications of materials and their devices for energy storage like Thermal, electrochemical, Chemical, Electrical, magnetic, and energy Storage form the theme of this venue. Materials for clean and versatile use of energy, renewable energy, energy conversion, dissipation and transport in respect to energy storage, methods and policies for developing advanced energy storage technologies are in demand. According to research firm IHS, the energy storage market is about to “explode” to annual installation size of 6GW in 2017 and over 40 GW by 2022 — from an initial base of solely 0.34 GW installed in in 2012 and 2013. For instance, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) approved a target requiring the state’s 3 largest investor-owned utilities, aggregators, and alternative energy service suppliers to generate 1.3 GW of energy storage by 2020.

  • Track 10-1Battery technologies
  • Track 10-2Thermal storage materials
  • Track 10-3Phase Change Materials
  • Track 10-4Capacitors (Super, Ultra, Pulsed Power)
  • Track 10-5Smart grid & Semiconductor Materials

Materials make up the current world around us, from the concrete in buildings and bridges to the advanced carbon fibres and ceramics in high-performance cars and even to the nanoparticles in self-cleaning bricks. Materials research is altering based on the design, build and new products. The practice of materials in industrial sector includes areas of mining, transport, chemical, oil and gas, pharmaceutical, aeronautical, food and medical. The current and future needs of human can be satisfied by industries in achieving the desired purpose on goods. The main materials produced by industries are metals, inorganic nonmetals and plastics.

  • Track 11-1Automotive
  • Track 11-2Robotics
  • Track 11-3Aerospace
  • Track 11-4Defense materials
  • Track 11-53D printed organs
  • Track 11-6Pharmaceutical delivery system
  • Track 11-7Surgical devices
  • Track 11-8Dental implants

Mining and metals continue to be among the best performing global equity sectors and the research into those fields is being funded the most. Super alloys are being tailored as per the requirement of the industry. Novel technologies in operations in mining industry and the successive process metallurgy are supported for effective and profitable outcomes.

  • Track 12-1Extractive Metallurgy
  • Track 12-2Powder Metallurgy
  • Track 12-3Creep Resistant Alloys
  • Track 12-4Light Metals for Transportation