|Yasuro Ikuma||Kanagawa Institute of Technology, Japan|
|Takaaki Taniguchi||National Institute for Materials Science, Japan|
|Hajime Wagata||Meiji University, Japan|
|Tomoaki Watanabe||Meiji University, Japan|
|Srinivasan Anandan||International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy and New Materials, India|
|Kuan-Zong Fung||National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan|
|Gregory Kia Liang GOH||Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, Singapore|
|Younghee Kim||Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering and Technology, Korea|
|Shih-Kang Lin||National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan|
|Nicola H. Perry||Kyushu University, Japan|
|Naoki Wakiya||Shizuoka University, Japan|
|John Wang||National University of Singapore, Singapore|
The increasing demand for energy requires the development of new technologies and materials of energy generation and efficient use of energy. Especially the experience of current global warming derives us to the research area of achieving sustainable society. Ceramic materials and composite materials are some of the materials that have been studied extensively for the generation of energy especially to achieve sustainable society. Another approach would be to make efficient use of energy, leading to the society that uses less energy.
This symposium focuses on ceramic materials and composite materials that have potential for obtaining any form of energy and on technologies that require less energy compared to conventional method, while maintaining sustainable society.
1. Advanced ceramic materials
2. Transparent ceramics
3. Low temperature processing
5. Nanocrystals, mesocrystals and single crystals
6. Ceramic matrix composites
7. Functional materials
8. Ceramics, composites and nanohybrids for energy and environment
|Prof. Te-Wei Chiu||National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan
"Preparation of Pr2NiO4-CeO2 nanocomposite for Cathode of Intermediate Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cell"
|Prof. Shenglei Che||Zhejiang University of Technology, China
"Ferrite-Polymer Composites for the Manufacturing of Magnetic Devices by Injection Molding Process"
|Distinguished Prof. Wei-Hsing Tuan||National Taiwan University, Taiwan
"Ceramic/metal substrates for thermal dissipation"
|Prof. Dinghua Bao||Sun Yat-Sen University, China
"Dielectric relaxation of lanthanide-doped pyrochlore structure bismuth titanate thin films"
|Dr. Minoru Osada||National Institute for Materials Science, Japan|
|Prof. Gregory Kia Liang Goh||Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, Singapore
"Hydrothermal synthesis of thermochromic nanocrystals"
|Prof. Shao-Ju Shih||National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
"Surface modification of starting powder for SrTiO3-based transparent ceramics"
|Dr. Chun-Yi Chen||Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
"Ti-Nb-Ta-Zr-O Mixed Oxide Nanotubes Array for Biomedical and Photoelectrochemical Applications"
Nobel Laureate Prof. SUZUKI special symposium
Superconducting materials and applications
Thermoelectric materials for sustainable development - ACT2017 (AAT)
Materials frontier for transparent advanced electronics
Magnetic oxide thin films and hetero-structures
Synthesis of functional materials for next generation innovative devices applications
Flyer (Second circular / Call for papers)