Webinar on


March 30, 2021


Theme: Exploring Novel Facets to the World in Nanomaterials

We do take pride in announcing our Webinar on Nanomaterials scheduled for March 30,2021 to colaborate all the experts from this future proof technology to join our virtual congress. Panel of speakers will be presenting their transformative ideas, research findings that comprises of depecting their solutions for the betterment of the mankind.Meetings International has taken the initiative to avoid phyical gatherings following saftey guidelines presecribed by WHO, to conduct the webinars to maintain the continuity in research community and hope that the attendees would utilize the platform to transfer their knowledge and make the event succesful.



1.Materials chemistry:
Functional materials are building blocks of modern society and play a critical role in the evolution of technology. Materials chemistry is unique in providing the intellectual foundation to design, create, and understand new forms of matter, let it be organic, inorganic, or hybrid materials. From nanomaterials and molecular devices to polymers and extended solids, chemistry is creating a world of new materials as catalysts, sensors, molecular transporters, artificial scaffolds, molecular filters, and light-emitting or electron-conducting ensembles, with the potential for broad scientific and societal impact.

Semiconductor, any of a class of crystalline solids intermediate in electrical conductivity between a conductor and an insulator. Semiconductors are employed in the manufacture of various kinds of electronic devices, including diodes, transistors, and integrated circuits. Such devices have found wide application because of their compactness, reliability, power efficiency, and low cost. As discrete components, they have found use in power devices, optical sensors, and light emitters, including solid-state lasers. They have a wide range of current- and voltage-handling capabilities and, more important, lend themselves to integration into complex but readily manufacturable microelectronic circuits. They are, and will be in the foreseeable future, the key elements for the majority of electronic systems, serving communications, signal processing, computing, and control applications in both the consumer and industrial markets.

3.Functional nanostructures:
Nanoscale devices are expected to provide important advances for a number of applications. While many methods to generate nanoscale patterns exist, their use is confined to a relatively narrow range of materials. To fabricate nanoscale structures of a material with useful properties, the most convenient route is to transfer the geometry of an existing pattern into another material. Methods to achieve this pattern transfer are summarized and organized in this review. Methods to generate the original patterns, as well as applications of the final structure are also described.

4.Optical nanostructures and materials:
The optical properties of nanomaterials are very interesting to study because of their nanoscale dimension and presence of surface plasmon resonance character. However, these properties are strongly influenced by a number of factors such as size, shape, surface functionalization, doping, and interactions with other materials, etc. The size-dependent optical property of them is due to change in the optical energy band gap, which in turn influences the surface plasmon resonance of the nanomaterials. The optical band gap increases with the decrease in particle size, especially for the semiconductor nanomaterials.

5.Material Strength :
Strength-of-materials approaches, which lead to rule-of-mixture models, and elasticity approaches, as well as finite-element analyses of idealized microstructures, are discussed as a means of estimating the various extensional and shear moduli, the major Poisson’s ratio, and coefficients of thermal expansion of fiber-reinforced composite materials. Numerical results for a medium modulus graphite-epoxy material are presented. Results from the various approaches are compared. It is shown that for the extensional modulus and thermal expansion coefficient in the fiber direction, E1 and α1, respectively, as well as for the major Poisson’s ratio, (ν)12, the rule-of-mixtures results are quite accurate when compared to the more exacting finite-element results.

6.Carbon Nano materials:
The unique properties of carbon-based nanomaterials have attracted great interest, which has promoted the development of methods for large-scale industrial production. The continuously increasing commercial use of engineered carbon-based nanomaterials includes technical, medical, environmental and agricultural applications. Regardless of the application field, this is also associated with an increasing trend of intentional or unintended release of carbon nanomaterials into the environment, where the effect on living organisms is still difficult to predict. This review describes the different types of carbon-based nanomaterials, major production techniques and important trends for agricultural and environmental applications. The current status of research regarding the impact of carbon nanomaterials on plant growth and development is summarized, also addressing the currently most relevant knowledge gaps.

  • Nano Robotics
  • Nano Medicine
  • Materials chemistry
  • Semiconductors
  • Functional nanostructures
  • Optical nanostructures and materials
  • Material Strength
  • Carbon Nano materials

3 Renowned Speakers

Gorgees Adam

Waikato University
United States of America

Ephraim Suhir

Portland State University
United States of America

Lellouche Jean Paul

Bar Ilan University