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15th Ceramics Congress

CA-1 - Advances in conventional powder processing routes
CA-2 - Solution-based processing of functional materials
CA-3 - Polymer-derived ceramics
CA-4 - Microwave processing
CA-5 - Novel sintering approaches - Spark Plasma, Flash Sintering, Cold Sintering, Laser Sintering
CA-6 - Additive manufacturing
CA-7 - Other special processing routes
Focused Session CA-9 - Bio-inspired and Bio-enabled Processing
Focused Session CA-10 - Functionally Inorganic Graded Materials
Focused Session CA-11
SHS Ceramics
CA-11.1 - Theory and modeling of SHS processes and structural transformations
CA-11.2 - SHS of powders from the micro- to nano-scale. Consolidation of the SHS-powders (sintering, HP, SPS, HIP, etc.)
CA-11.3 - SHS of bulk materials (functional and structural ceramics, composites, metal/ceramic composites, foams…)
CA-11.4 - Solution combustion synthesis of ceramic nanopowders and materials
CA-11.5 - Application and industrialization
CA-12.1 - Nano-scale interface of dissimilar materials
CA-12.2 - Micro-/nano-joining
CA-12.3 - Macro-joining
CA-12.4 - Application engineering
CB-1 - Big data emerging technologies for innovative materials design and manufacturing
CB-2 - Quantification of microstructure by data analysis and machine learning methods
CC-1 - Bulk (dense/porous) ceramic materials and components
CC-2 - Thick coating, thin films
CC-3 - Particulate, fibre, nanomaterial reinforced CMCs and MMCs, including laminated and sandwich structures
CC-4 - Graded/hybrid materials and components
CD-1 - Synthesis and processing
CD-2 - Corrosion, oxidation, and testing
CD-3 - Mechanical, thermal and optical properties
CD-4 - Characterization, analysis, and simulation
CE-1 - New MAX/MAB/MXenes
CE-2 - Synthesis and fabrication of MAX/MAB/MXenes
CE-3 - Mechanical and oxidation properties of the MAX/MAB/MXenes
CE-4 - MAX/MAB and MXene composites and their properties
CE-5 - ab initio calculations, electronic and magnetic properties
CE-6 - Functional properties of MAX/MAB/MXenes
CE-7 - Applications of the MAX/MAB and MXene phases
CF-1 - Innovative processing of nano- and heterostructured functional materials
CF-2 - Functional metal oxide nano- and heterostructures for photovoltaics and solar fuels
CF-3 - Recent developments in photovoltaic materials
CG-1 - Advances in deposition, surface modification and characterisation techniques
CG-2 - High temperature protective coatings in corroding, oxidising and harsh environments
CG-3 - Thermal and environmental barrier coatings
CG-4 - Tribological thin films and coatings
CG-5 - Smart and multifunctional thin films and coatings
CG-6 - Modelling and simulation of coatings and films
CG-7 - Industrial processing in advanced surface technologies
CH-1 - Novel processing and synthesis of porous ceramics (nano to macro), including Additive Manufacturing
CH-2 - Adsorption, capillary phenomena, molecular thermodynamics of fluids and intermolecular interactions within the porous network
CH-3 - Structure and functional, mechanical and thermal properties of porous ceramics; structure/transport/functional properties relationships
CH-4 - Advances in the characterization of the porous structure (adsorption and intrusion porosimetry, thermophotometry, high resolution microscopy, image analysis, scattering techniques, computed tomography, etc.)
CH-5 - Modeling and simulation of porous structure and properties
CH-6 - Progress in applications of porous ceramics
CI-1 - Dielectrics and microwave materials
CI-2 - Ferroelectric, piezoelectric, pyroelectric, and ferroelastic ceramics
CI-3 - Multiferroics and magnetoelectric ceramics
CI-4 - Semiconducting and fast ion-conducting ceramics
CJ-1 - Batteries
CJ-2 - Supercapacitors
CJ-3 - Application engineering
CK-1 - High temperature solid oxide fuel cells
CK-2 - Intermediate temperature solid oxide fuel cells
CK-3 - New frontiers in solid oxide fuel cell
CK-4 - SOFC cells, stack design, system demonstration and application
CK-5 - Modelling of SOFC materials, processes and devices
CL-1 - Photonic nanomaterials and nanostructures
CL-2 - Luminescent and chromogenic ceramics and glass systems
CL-3 - Electro-optical and magneto-optical materials
CL-4 - Laser materials
CL-5 - Inorganic optical fibers
CL-6 - Photons management
CL-7 - Advances in characterization techniques
CL-8 - Ongoing applications and forecasts
CM-1 - Fundamentals
CM-2 - Material design and device development
CM-3 - Applications
CN-1 - Processing and microstructure
CN-2 - Properties
CN-3 - Structural and functional applications
CN-4 - Definitions of geopolymers and alkali activated materials
CO-1 - Green and sustainable silicate ceramics
CO-2 - Coating and decoration of silicate ceramics
CO-3 - Innovative processing and smart silicate ceramics
CP-1 - Raw materials needs
CP-2 - Product testing and quality control
CP-3 - Specialized refractory use / issues
CP-4 - Modelling and simulation of the process environment
CP-5 - Refractory failure analysis
CP-6 - Refractory materials for novel or advanced applications
CP-7 - Future refractory testing and refractory education needs (refractory producers, users, and industry)
CP-8 - Refractory materials and manufacturing process changes related to global decarbonization
CQ-1 - Production and properties of reinforcements, preforms, and matrix materials
CQ-2 - Interfaces / Interphases
CQ-3 - Processing and fabrication of MMCS, CMCS, and C/C composites
CQ-4 - Property, modeling and characterization
CQ-5 - Composites for thermal management
CQ-6 - Applications
CR - 9th International Conference
Science and Engineering of Novel Superconductors
CR-1 - Materials, structure, physical chemistry and general properties
CR-2 - New superconductors of the pnictides and related families
CR-3 - Properties of superconductors (of any type)
CR-4 - Theory mechanisms and vortex lattice physics
CR-5 - Synthesis and processing
CR-6 - Applications

9th Forum on New Materials

FA-1 - Additive manufacturing of ceramics and composites
FA-2 - Additive manufacturing of polymeric, metallic and multi-material structures
FA-3 - 4D printing
FA-4 - Applications of additive manufacturing technologies
FA-5 / FQ-8 - 3D Bioprinting of Soft Tissues and Organs
FB-1 - Materials and fabrication processes
FB-2 - Device physics, mechanics and design
FB-3 - Applications of flexible/stretchable electronics
FC-2 - Chemical micro/nano-sensors and systems; Bio-MEMS/NEMS
FC-3 - Smart micro-nano systems and components integration
FC-4 - Radio frequency MEMS
FC-5 - Energy harvesting and power supply MEMS
FC-6 - Micro(nano)fluidics and Lab on Chip
FC-7 - Flexible sensor technology
FD-1 - Theory and modeling of single phase and composite multiferroics
FD-2 - Non-oxide, organic-inorganic and 5-d oxide multiferroics
FD-3 - Advances in materials synthesis and processing
FD-4 - Multiferroic nanostructures, self-assembly and nanocomposites
FD-5 - Magnetoelectric characterization and electric field control of magnetization
FD-6 - Domain walls and dynamics of multiferroics
FD-7 - New effects, devices and applications
FE-1 - Carbon nanostructures (CNTs, graphene)-based gas sensors
FE-2 - Semiconductor metal oxides-based gas sensors
FE-3 - Novel 2D inorganic materials-based gas sensors
FE-4 - Enzyme-free sensors based on functional nanomaterials
FE-5 - Nanocomposite/hybrid/heterostructure-based chemical- and bio-sensors
FF-1 - Physics and modelling of metamaterials / metadevices
FF-2 - Novel concepts and new materials
FF-3 - Mie-resonant nanophotonics
FF-4 - Functional metasurfaces
FF-5 - Quantum and topological meta-optics
FF-6 - Active metamaterials
FG-1 - Physics, modelling, processing and characterization of luminescent materials
FG-2 - Phosphors, quantum dots and low dimensional materials for lighting and displays
FG-3 - Advances in scintillator development and upconversion materials
FG-4 - Sensing and imaging
FG-5 - Chemi-, bio-, sono-, thermo- and mechano-luminescence
FG-6 - Light management for active applications and luminescent materials integration in devices
FG-7 - Medical applications and bioimaging
FH-1 - Resistance switching (RRAM) and Phase Change (PCM) Memories
FH-2 - Magnetic, ferroelectric and multiferroic materials for memory devices
FH-3 - Emerging applications for non-volatile memories and memristive devices
FI-1 - General physical and chemical properties, structural and electronic characterization of graphene, graphene oxide and of single and few-layered 2D compounds: such as nitrides, oxides, dichalcogenides, silicene, MXenes, 2D polymers…..
FI-2 - Novel properties including spin, spin-orbit, magnetic, superconducting, thermal, thermoelectric, piezoelectric, excitonic, catalysis-related etc.
FI-3 - Synthesis, processing and microstructure of graphene and other 2D layered compounds and their composites
FI-4 - Integration processes of graphene and other 2D layered materials in devices structures
FI-5 - Novel characterizations routes such as high-resolution imaging, chemical/spectro-scopic analysis, ultrafast methods, in-situ approaches or properties under extreme conditions, new computational approaches, 2D materials by design including genomic approaches
FI-6 - Application of graphene and other 2D layered materials and composites
FJ-1 - Design elements and advanced concepts for photofunctional materials
FJ-2 - Understanding fundaments of photoinduced processes and charge transport
FJ-3 - Design approaches for advanced applications
FK-1 - Thermoelectric Materials Research & Characterization
FK-2 - Solid-State Device Research and Modeling
FK-3 - Converter Technologies and Applications
FL-1 - Shape-memory polymers and actuators
FL-2 - Degradable, stimuli-sensitive polymers
FL-3 - Stimuli-sensitive gels
FL-4 - Multifunctional (nano)composites and surfaces; multi-material systems
FL-5 - Multifunctional polymer systems for energy storage and flexible electronics
FL-6 - Pharmaceutical and medical applications of smart polymers
FL-7 - Additive manufacturing for multifunctional materials
FL-8 - Multifunctional materials for soft robotics
FM-1 - Materials and materials design
FM-2 - Basic phenomena and theory
FM-3 - Functional properties
FM-4 - Thin films and micro nano-systems
FM-5 - SMAS engineering and applications
FN-1 - Adaptive/Active Textiles
FN-2 - e-Textiles
FN-3 - Functionality, Manufacturing, Application
FO-1 - Smart Materials/Sensors/Actuators/MEMS/NEMS
FO-2 - Integration Technologies
FO-3 - Smart Structures and Integrated Systems
FO-4 - Ongoing and Perspective Applications
Special Session FO-5 - "Autonomic, Adaptive and Self-Sustaining Systems"
FP-1 - Classes of materials and their (bio)synthesis, structure and chemical modification
FP-2 - Electronic devices with biological and bio-inspired materials
FP-3 - Photonic devices with biological and bio-inspired materials
FP-4 - Bio-medical devices with biological and bio-inspired materials
FQ-1 - Advances in biomaterials: synthesis, processing, characterization, functionalization, finalization
FQ-2 - Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine
FQ-3 - New therapeutics and intelligent drug/biomolecule/gene delivery systems, bio-imaging and theranostics
FQ-4 - Bio-imaging and theranostics
FQ-5 - Clinical translations
Focused Session FQ-6 - Next Generation Implantable Neural Interfaces
Focused Session FQ-7 - Wireless Body Sensor Networks for Healthcare Applications
Focused Session FQ-8 - 3D Bioprinting of Soft Tissues and Organs
FR-1 - Structural components for nuclear fission and fusion applications
FR-2 - Low activation structural materials for nuclear fusion systems
FR-3 - Materials for first wall components of nuclear fusion systems
FR-4 - Functional materials
FR-5 - Nuclear fuel materials
FR-6 - Radiation effects
FR-7 - Materials behaviour in accidental conditions
FR-8 - Materials modelling and database
FR-9 - Crosscutting materials issues, present status, challenges and directions for nuclear fission and fusion science and technology
FR-10.1 - Waste form development, including glass, ceramic, cement and metallic waste forms
FR-10.2 - Challenging waste constituents, such as actinides, noble metals, and volatile species
FR-10.3 - Waste form modeling, performance testing, and advanced characterization techniques
FR-10.4 - Materials issues in the design and operation of waste immobilization facilities

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