NANOMATERIALS, NANOFABRICATION, NANOENGINEERING & NANOCONSTRUCTION
The scope of this workshop is to be a major meeting place of scientists and engineers from all over the world, who are active in studying the innovative combination and design of nanomaterials, their development, fabrication, growth, processing and their characterization. The common place of the workshop is that the form of the concerned materials should be associated with the nanoscale and/or their properties should be manifested and applied at the nanoscale.
Workshop 2 topics at a glance:
Workshop on Carbon Materials (in complementation with W5)
- Fabrication techniques
- Physical (Optical, Electronic, Structural, etc.) properties
- Fullerenes and endohedral fullerenes
- Carbon nanotubes
Nanomaterials, Development, Properties & Characterization
- Organic-inorganic nanohybrids
- Quantum dots, quantum wires and methods for their growth and self assembly
- Nanostructured thin films (e.g. superlattices and multilayers)
- Self assembled molecular materials
- Nanopowders and granular materials in nanoscale
- Synthesis, Processing & Characterisation of Nanomaterials and Thin Films
- Laser and photon for synthesis, structuring, processing of nanomaterials
- Instrumentation, Nanometrology and Nanotools
- Opto-Electronic properties of hybrid and composite materials and devices
- Magnetic properties of nanocomposites and multilayers
- Biological, catalytic, electrochemical, hydrophobic properties of patterned nanosurfaces
- Enhanced mechanical properties due to nanostructuring
- Size-dependent properties of nanomaterials
- Nanomechanics, Nanoindentation and Nanotribology
For better Understanding, Theory & Computations - Workshop on Computational Modeling
- Theory underlying materials' properties and processes at the nano-scale.
- Modeling and computational approaches for the design of novel materials.
- Theory and computational studies of the structural and mechanical properties.
- Modern calculations for the prediction and characterization of the optoelectronic properties.
- Theoretical-computational modeling of devices or processes for the optimization of performance.
- Latest developments in methodologies and computational science for nanotechnology.
Nanoconstruction and Building Materials
The Workshop Nanoconstruction and Building Materials focus on the developments of Nanotechnology in Construction, the nanomaterials (nanoparticles, nanofibres, nanotubes, graphene-like materials, coatings etc) for Construction & Engineering applications and for enhancement of the materials' properties (strength, durability etc), the new developed techniques, building & decorative materials, eco-friendly and green nano-construction applications and many more.
In particular, the thematic areas of this Workshop will include:
- Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials in Construction
- From macro to nano in Consctruction
- Nano-materials & Nano-construction
- Achievements of Nanotechnology in construction
- Physical and Mechanical properties at nanoscale of the Constructive Materials
- Nanomaterials & Green Nano-construction
- Computational Modelling in Nano-construction.
- Nanomaterials for protection and decoration
- Nanostructured and composite materials for buildings
Biomaterials at Nanoscale (complementary to W3)
- Biomaterials (Metals, Polymers, Ceramics, Glasses)
- Natural Materials
- Biomimetic & Smart Materials
- Composites & Porous Materials
- Nanofabrication and Nanometrology
- Effect of nanomaterial properties to their biocompatibility
- Mechanical behaviour of nanomaterials (e.g. nanofibres)
Commercialization in NANO- Materials, Equipment & Processes
WORKSHOP 2 COMMITTEE
- Prof. Damnjanovic M. (Chair), Faculty of Physics, Uni of Belgrade, Serbia
- Prof. Patsalas P. (co-Chair), Physics Dept, AUTh, Greece
- Prof. Anastasiadis S., Dept of Chemistry, University of Crete, Greece
- Prof. Bizios R., Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, Uni of Texas at San Antonio, USA
- Prof. Grigorian S., Uni. of Siegen, Germany
- Prof. Kelires P., Cyprus Uni of Technology, Limassol, Cyprus & Uni of Crete, Heraclion, Greece
- Dr. Koutsogeorgis D., School of Science & Technology, Nottingham Trent Uni., UK
- Dr. Koutsos V., School of Engineering, Uni of Edinburgh, UK
- Dr. Porfyrakis K., Dept of Materials, Oxford University, UK
- Prof. Stefanidou M., Civil Eng. Dept., AUTh, Greece
- Prof. Tagliaferro A., Carbon Group, Dept of Physics, Polytechnic of Turin, Italy
- Prof. Wang C.-R., Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
- Dr. Wedel A., Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research, Germany