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14th Ceramics Congress

CA-1 - Advances in powder synthesis and characterisation
CA-2 - Colloidal processing
CA-3 - Shape forming and green body processing and characterization
CA-4 - Sintering
CA-5 - Innovations in manufacturing technology
CB-1 - Solution-based processing
CB-2 - Polymer derived ceramics
CB-3 - Microwave processing
CB-4 - Electrical field and pressure assisted synthesis and sintering
CB-5 - Functionally Graded Materials
CB-6 - Other non traditional or novel routes
CB-7 - General issues on green and sustainable manufacturing of advanced ceramics
CB-8.1 - Self-assembly, mineralization and hierarchical organization; hybrid structures
CB-8.2 - Structure and mechanics of bioinspired materials
CB-8.3 - Bioinspired functional surfaces
CB-8.4 - Smart bioinspired materials (e.g. self healing, adaptive, stimuli-responsive)
CB-8.5 - Bioinspired cellular materials and lightweight structures
CB-8.6 - Bioinspired materials for biomedical applications
CB-8.7 - Modeling and simulation of processes and structures
CB-8.8 - Application and performance of bioinspired materials
Focused Session CB-9
Additive Manufacturing
CB-9.1 - Selective laser sintering
CB-9.2 - Laminated object manufacturing
CB-9.3 - Fused deposition modelling
CB-9.4 - Stereolithography
CB-9.5 - Direct writing
CB-9.6 - Powder bed fusion
CB-9.7 - Other/emerging AD routes
Focused Session CB-10
SHS Ceramics
CB-10.1 - Theory and modeling of SHS processes and structural transformations
CB-10.2 - SHS of powders from the micro- to nano-scale. Consolidation of the SHS-powders (sintering, HP, SPS, HIP, etc.).
CB-10.3 - SHS of bulk materials (functional and structural ceramics, composites, metal/ceramic composites, foams…)
CB-10.4 - Solution combustion synthesis of ceramic nanopowders and materials
CB-10.5 - Application and industrialization
CC-1 - Friction and wear
CC-2 - Corrosion
CD-1 - Nano-scale interface of dissimilar materials
CD-2 - Micro-/nano-joining
CD-3 - Macro-joining
CD-4 - Application engineering
CE-1 - Innovative processing of nano- and heterostructures and films of functional materials
CE-2 - Functional metal oxide nano- and heterostructures
CE-3 - Functional materials and sustainability
CF-1 - Synthesis and processing
CF-2 - Corrosion, oxidation, and testing
CF-3 - Mechanical and thermal properties
CF-4 - Characterization and analysis
CG-1 - Bulk and thin film transport properties of the MAX/MAB/MXenes
CG-2 - New MAX/MAB/MXenes
CG-3 - Room temperature mechanical properties of the MAX/MAB/MXenes
CG-4 - High temperature mechanical and oxidation properties of the MAX/MAB/MXenes
CG-5 - MAX/MAB and MXene composites and their properties
CG-6 - Electronic properties, ab initio calculations and structural characterization
CG-7 - Synthesis and fabrication of MAX/MAB/MXenes
CG-8 - Functional properties of MAX/MAB/MXenes
CG-9 - Energy storage
CG-10 - Applications of the MAX/MAB and MXene phases
CH-1 - Advances in deposition, surface modification and characterisation techniques
CH-2 - High temperature protective coatings in oxidising and harsh environments
CH-3 - Thermal barrier coatings
CH-4 - Tribological thin films and coatings
CH-5 - Smart and multifunctional thin films and coatings
CH-6 - Modelling and simulation of coatings and films
CH-7 - Industrial processing in advanced surface technologies
CI-1 - Novel processing and synthesis of porous ceramics (nano to macro), including Additive Manufacturing
CI-2 - Absorption, capillary phenomena, molecular thermodynamics of fluids and intermolecular interactions within the porous network
CI-3 - Structure and functional, mechanical and thermal properties of porous ceramics; structure/transport/functional properties relationships
CI-4 - Advances in the characterization of the porous structure (adsorption and intrusion porosimetry, thermophotometry, high resolution microscopy, image analysis, scattering techniques, computed tomography, etc.)
CI-5 - Modeling and simulation of porous structure and properties
CI-6 - Progress in applications of porous ceramics in:
CJ-1 - Dielectrics and microwave materials
CJ-2 - Ferroelectric, piezoelectric, pyroelectric, and ferroelastic ceramics
CJ-3 - Multiferroics and magnetoelectric ceramics
CJ-4 - Semiconducting ceramics
CJ-5 - Fast ion-conducting ceramics
CK-1 - Magnetic oxide thin films interfaces and heterostructures
CK-2 - Spin transport in magnetic oxides
CK-3 - Electronic structure and correlation effects
CK-4 - Interplay between spin, charge and lattice degrees of freedom
CK-5 - Multiferroic and magnetoelectric compounds
CK-6 - Coexistence of superconductivity and magnetism
CK-7 - Oxides with diluted magnetic moments
CK-8 - Amorphous, nano-crystalline materials and granular materials
CK-9 - Novel synthesis and characterization techniques
CK-10 - Applications in electronics and energy
CL-1 - Photonic nanomaterials and nanostructures
CL-2 - Luminescent and chromogenic ceramics and glass systems
CL-3 - Transparent conducting and non-conducting ceramics
CL-4 - Electro-optical and magneto-optical materials
CL-5 - Laser materials
CL-6 - Inorganic optical fibers
CL-7 - Photons management
CL-8 - Advances in characterization techniques
CL-9 - Ongoing applications and forecasts
CM-1 - Smart silicate ceramics
CM-2 - Green silicate ceramics
CM-3 - Coating and decoration of silicate ceramics
CM-4 - Innovative processing in silicate ceramics
CM-5 - Geopolymers
CN-1 - Raw materials needs
CN-2 - Product testing and quality control
CN-3 - Product manufacturing and installation
CN-4 - Specialized refractory use / issues
CN-5 - Modelling and simulation of the process environment
CN-6 - Refractory failure analysis
CN-7 - Refractory materials for novel or advanced applications
CN-8 - Future refractory education needs
CO-1 - Production and properties of reinforcements, preforms, and matrix materials
CO-2 - Interfaces / Interphases
CO-3 - Processing and fabrication of MMCS, CMCS, and C/C composites
CO-4 - Ultrahigh Temperature Ceramic Composites (UHTCCs) and Laminated Composite Structures
CO-5 - Property, modeling and characterization
CO-6 - Composites for thermal management
CO-7 - Applications

8th Forum on New Materials

FA-1 - Materials and fabrication processes
FA-2 - Device physics, mechanics and design
FA-3 - Applications of flexible/stretchable electronics
FB-1.1 - Silicon thin films and multi-junction Si solar cells
FB-1.2 - CIGS (and related compounds) and CdTe solar cells
FB-1.3 - Kesterite and other novel materials/concepts for inorganic thin film PV  
FB-2.1 - III-V tandem solar cells (inc. III-V tandems on Si)
FB-2.2 - III-V QW and QD solar cells  
FB-3.1 - Small organic molecule and polymeric solar cells
FB-3.2 - Dye-sensitised and nanomaterial-sensitised solar cells
FB-3.3 - Quantum dot solar cells  
FB-4.1 - Intermediate band solar cells
FB-4.2 - Up or down conversion for solar cells  
FB-5.1 - Hot-carrier solar cells
FB-5.2 - Multi-exciton generation
FB-5.3 - Hot luminescence devices
FB-5.4 - Other novel concepts  
FB-6.1 - Plasmonic coupling
FB-6.2 - Photonic and nanophotonic light trapping
Focused Session FB-7
Perovskite Photovoltaics
FB-7.1 - Material synthesis and processing
FB-7.2 - Theoretical modelling of materials and devices
FB-7.3 - Device architecture and optimization
FB-7.4 - Material and device stability
FB-7.5 - Design of lead-free new materials
FB-7.6 - Scale up and module development
FB-7.7 - Life cycle, environmental study, solar cell efficiency measurement protocols
FC-1.1 - Thermochemical
FC-1.2 - Photoelectrochemical
FC-1.3 - Photobiological and photo-bio-mimetic
FC-1.4 - Biomass/waste reforming
FC-1.5 - Microbial Electrolysis Cells (MEC)
FC-1.6 - Electrolysis from renewable energy
FC-1.7 - HT electrolysis (Hybrid cycles)
FC-1.8 - Water-gas shift in advanced coal gasification
FC-1.9 - Hydrogen quality assessment  
FC-2.1 - Metal hydrides
FC-2.2 - Complex hydrides
FC-2.3 - Chemical hydrides
FC-2.4 - Organic hydrides
FC-2.5 - Physisorption of hydrogen on high surface area adsorbents e.g. carbon based material, metal-organic frameworks and nanostructures
FC-2.6 - CO2 reduction with hydrogen to synthetic hydrocarbons
FC-2.7 - Theoretical modelling
FC-2.8 - Storage testing, leak detection, safety, economic issues, etc.
FD-1 - Batteries
FD-2 - Supercapacitors
FD-3 - Application engineering
FE-1 - Solid Oxide (SOFCs) and Molten Carbonate (MCFCs) Fuel Cells
FE-2 - Proton-conducting (PEFCs) and Alkaline (AFCs) Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells
FE-3 - Direct Alcohol Fuel Cells (DAFCs)
FE-4 - State-of-the-art application engineering and demonstrations
FF-1 - Theoretical concepts and basic approaches for high efficiency thermal-to-electrical energy conversion
FF-2 - Novel materials for high efficiency thermal-to-electrical energy conversion
FF-3 - Devices technologies and applications for thermoelectrics, thermionics, and thermophotovoltaics
FG-1 - Hard magnetic materials
FG-2 - Soft magnetic materials
FG-3 - Magnetocaloric and multifunctional magnetic materials
FG-4 - Magnetic devices and components for energy applications
FH-1 - Design elements and advanced concepts for photofunctional materials
FH-2 - Understanding fundaments of photoinduced processes and charge transport
FH-3 - Design approaches for advanced applications
FI-1 - Material design and processing
FI-2 - Optoelectronic and photonic processes
FI-3 - Electro-optical-structural characterization
FI-4 - Device architectures and system integration
FJ-1 - Fundamentals
FJ-2 - Material design and device development
FJ-3 - Applications
FK-1 - Structural components for nuclear fission and fusion applications
FK-2 - Low activation structural materials for nuclear fusion systems
FK-3 - Materials for first wall components of nuclear fusion systems
FK-4 - Functional materials
FK-5 - Nuclear fuel materials
FK-6 - Radiation effects
FK-7 - Materials modelling and database
FK-8 - Crosscutting materials issues for nuclear fission and fusion systems
FK-9 - Systems integration and interface design and components
FK-10.1 - Waste form development, including glass, ceramic, and metallic waste forms
FK-10.2 - Challenging waste constituents, such as actinides, noble metals, and volatile species
FK-10.3 - Waste form modeling, performance testing, and advanced characterization techniques
FK-10.4 - Design and operation of waste immobilization facilities
FK-10.5 - Repository design, requirements, and licensing
FL-1 - Classes of materials and their synthesis and chemical modification
FL-2 - Electronic devices with biological and bio-inspired materials
FL-3 - Photonic devices with biological and bio-inspired materials
FL-4 - Bio-medical devices with biological and bio-inspired materials
FM-1 - Magnetic, ferroelectric and multiferroic materials for memory devices
FM-2 - Resistance switching (RRAM) and Phase Change (PCM) Memories
FM-3 - Emerging applications for non-volatile memories
FN - 6th International Conference
Novel Functional Carbon Nanomaterials
FN-1 - Growth and processing
FN-2 - Structural characterization
FN-3 - Properties
FN-4 - Applications
FO - 8th International Conference
Science and Engineering of Novel Superconductors
FO-1 - Materials, structure, physical chemistry and general properties
FO-2 - New superconductors of the pnictides and related families
FO-3 - Properties of superconductors (of any type)
FO-4 - Theory and mechanisms (for normal and superconducting states)
FO-5 - Vortex lattice physics
FO-6 - Synthesis and processing
FO-7 - Power applications
FO-8 - Low power applications and superconducting electronics
FP-1 - Advances in biomaterials
FP-2 - Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine
FP-3 - New therapeutics and intelligent drug/biomolecule/gene delivery systems
FP-4 - Nanomaterials systems for bio-imaging and theranostics
FP-5 - Clinical translations in diagnosis and therapy, and in implantable prostheses and micro-nano devices

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