Next-generation materials

Next-generation materials include super-light materials and active materials that react to changes in their environment and ultimately smart materials that explain how they are doing. Advancement in health care, energy, computing and numerous other fields depend on new findings in materials science. Next-generation materials include superomniphobic materials which are inspired by water bugs, super-light materials and active materials that react to changes in their environment and smart materials. Auxetic materials when stretched convert into a thicker perpendicular to the applied force that arises due to their hinge-like structures. Auxetics are useful in applications such as body armour, packing material, robust shock absorbing material, and sponge mops, knee and elbow pads. Thermally activated bimetals (Thermo-bimetals) allow for panes of glass capable of becoming shades when exposed to the sun.

Giant magnetoresistive effect is the effect observed as a significant change in the electrical resistance depending on whether the magnetization of adjacent ferromagnetic layers are in a parallel or an antiparallel alignment, Quantum Dot Tracking Smart materials are designed materials having one or more properties that can be significantly changed in a controlled fashion by external stimuli, such as stress, temperature, moisture, pH, electric or magnetic fields. Some other next generation materials are Super-light materials, Smart materials, Auxetic materials, Shape memory alloys, Piezoelectric materials, Electroactive polymer composites, Quantum-tunneling composite, Electroluminescent materials, Thermochromic materials, Self-healing materials, Fuel-cell vehicles, Next-generation robotics, Recyclable thermoset plastics, Precise genetic-engineering techniques, Additive manufacturing, Emergent artificial intelligence, Distributed manufacturing, Neuromorphic technology, Digital genome, solar microgrid, soft lithography, etc,.

The market demand for steel processing is projected to grow at $642.43 Billion by 2020 and CAGR of 2.16% from 2015 to 2020. The metalworking fluids market was estimated to be worth USD 8.30 Billion in 2014 and is projected to reach USD 9.74 Billion, by 2020, at a CAGR of 3.2% between 2015 and 2020. In this report, 2014 is considered as the base year and forecast period is between 2015 and 2020.

  • Super-light materials
  • Superomniphobic materials
  • Auxetic materials
  • Thermo-bimetals
  • Giant magnetoresistive effect
  • Quantum Dot Tracking
  • Aero graphite
  • Self-healing concrete
  • Ultraefficient solar
  • Solar microgrid
  • 3D transistor

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8th International Conference on

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3rd International Conference on Applied Crystallography

Atlanta, Georgia, USA
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16th Annual Congress on

Materials Research and Technology

Amsterdam, Netherlands
March 11-12, 2019

5th Annual Conference on Biomaterials

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World Congress on Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology

Budapest | Hungary
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31st International Conference on Materials Chemistry and Science

-Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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35th World Congress on Materials Science and Nanotechnology

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