Smart Materials

Smart materials can be defined as materials that can significantly change their mechanical properties (such as shape, stiffness, and viscosity), or their thermal, optical, or electromagnetic properties, in a predictable or controllable manner in response to their environment. Such materials have the ability to change shape or size simply by adding a little bit of heat, or to change from a liquid to solid almost instantly. Each individual type of smart material has a different property such as volume, viscosity, and conductivity which can be significantly altered.

  • Composite Materials
  • Materials Theory
  • ElectroChemical Materials
  • Complex Materials
  • Multifunctional Ferroic Materials
  • Natural & Synthetic Materials
  • High Temperature Materials
  • Photovoltaic
  • pH Sensitive
  • Halochromic
  • Dielectric Elastomers
  • Integrated system design and implementation
  • Piezoelectric and ferroelectric materials
  • Shape-memory alloys
  • Electroluminescent materials
  • Polymer-based smart materials

 

  • Nanoplasmonic structures
  • Transparent conducting thin films
  • Single-molecule electronics
  • Single-molecule electronics
  • Thermodynamics of materials
  • Amorphous Materials
  • Nanomaterials in Human Experience
  • intelligent sensors
  • Super hard Materials
  • Future of 3D Printing
  • Innovative Materials
  • Materials and Catalysis
  • Materials for Modern Technologies

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