NIT Calicut is organizing a three day National on Soft Matter and Functional Materials from March 2 to 4, 2020.
The program will give an overview of both the fundamental and applied aspect of functional materials and soft matter and its current status to the participants. The conference will be an ideal platform for young researchers and doctoral students to interact with leading experts in this multidisciplinary, high impact and industrially relevant research area.
- To provide a unique and global view on soft and functional materials across disciplines (physics, chemistry, biology, materials science and engineering).
- To provide an in-depth understanding of the progress in various active soft matter systems, experimental techniques, an actuation mechanism, and their applications.
- To explore the research on functional materials towards energy/ electronics applications.
Original works on the following indicative topics, but not limited to, are welcome to be submitted for the conference.
- Surfaces, interfaces and actuation strategies
- Liquid crystals, colloids, liquids, polymers
- Foams, gels, and granular materials
- Theoretical and experimental soft matter physics
- Functional materials; synthesis and characterization
- Organic and molecular electronics
- Materials for energy and environmental application
Call for Papers
- The acceptable word range for the abstract is 500 words with 3-4 keywords. Selected abstracts will be considered for oral/poster presentations.
- Candidates are requested to send the abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The last date for abstract submission is January 26, 2020.
- Limited accommodation facilities will be available on a payment basis. Allotment will be based on a request from the participant.
Who can Attend?
- Research scholars
- Postgraduate students
- Industry experts
- Prof. P. B. Sunil Kumar, IIT Palakkad (Computational/ Soft matter)
- Prof. Shankar Ghosh, TIFR Mumbai (Soft matter)
- Prof. Sameer Dalvi, IIT Gandhinagar (Soft matter)
- Prof. Ranjith Padinhateeri, IIT Bombay (Biological systems/computational)
- Prof. Manu Jaiswal, IIT Madras (2D materials, mesoscopic systems/functional materials)
- Prof. T. N. Narayanan, TIFR Hyderabad (Functional materials)
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