SCIENTIFIC TOPICS

Dear colleagues, Fourth on the interdisciplinary scientific forum with international participation "New Materials" will work 6 scientific sessions in the following areas:

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Methods for the synthesis of nanostructured materials, a new generation of nanomaterials, functional materials based on various nanoparticles, development and application of nanotechnology to solve modern tasks of innovative productions, Nanotechnology-the present and the future, main issues and solutions

Experimental study of materials at different structural levels, organization and carrying out of experiment, features of the receiving and processing of experimental data, definition of mechanical, physical and operational characteristics of units, aggregates and structural elements, prediction of the behaviour of structures during operation based on experimental data.

The section devoted to the results of interdisciplinary scientific research of natural and synthetic materials, designed to create and improve products, devices, formulations or processes for various purposes, eg, used in medicine, agriculture, cosmetology and others., in order to ensure and optimize human life, animals, Plants and Microorganisms, as well as processes for their production and use and modifying the principles.

The section will discuss materials, from which various constructions , machine parts, elements of constructions, perceiving the power load are manufactured. Keywords: constructional materials with improved mechanical properties, metal alloys and steel, non-metallic materials (inorganic and organic), sealants, graphite, glass

inorganic, organic or hybrid materials, with unique electro , magnetic, optical, and other special properties, including methods for their preparation and their field of application further

The panel will address materials, aimed at the development of advanced processes in metallurgy and introduce new approaches and improve the existing technology for the processing of the initial ore raw materials, technogenic waste, and to improve the quality of the metals and alloys.

The topic of the section covers almost all areas, which are currently developing within the framework of the “Green Chemistry”. Future “Green” sources of energy: hydrogen technology; fuel cell technology; biodiesel; energy saving; Usage of renewable resources: starch, cellulose, sugar; new surfactants; biomass; Soft chemical technologies: photochemistry; new regulating devices; devices for hydrogen fuel cells.