Symposia & Program

A-8 Advanced Nano(porous) Materials and their Applications
- 1st Bilateral MRS-J / Australian-MRS (A-MRS) symposium -



Prof. Vinu Ajayan University of South Australia


Dr. Rajesh Baskaran University of South Australia
Yoshitake Hideaki Yokohama National University


Dr. Park Daehwan University of South Australia
Dr. Kim In Young University of South Australia
Prof. Jayavel Ramasamy Anna University
Prof. Byrappa K Mangalore University
Prof. Choy Jin-Ho EWHA Womans University
Prof. Lin Andrew National Chung Hsing University
Prof. Sun Lin-Bing Nanjing Tech University
Prof. Jhung Sung-Hwa Kyunpook National University
Prof. Hartmann Martin University of Erlangen


Architecture of novel nanomaterials is extremely important for the growth of the industrial sectors, innovation across all sectors including energy, environment, and healthcare and information technology, and safety. Discovery of novel materials can also offer solution for various problems which are being faced in the society such as the green gas emissions, the depletion of the fossil fuels, and pollution, and provide the comfortable and stable life with the continuous benefit from the novel technologies emerge from the scientific research. The main aim of the workshop is to bring together scientists active in the fields of advanced nano and biomaterials, especially optronic, photovoltaic, magnetic, organic, porous, composite, computational, sensor, battery, fuel cell, catalytic and biomaterials, from all over the world. This will provide an opportunity to share the knowledge and hear the developments on the above fields through presentation from all over the world on key research areas and challenges. The scope of the conference covers the fundamentals and technogical aspects of various advanced materials including nanoporous materials and their industrial, biomedical, electronic, photonic, energy and environmental applications.


1. Nanoporous and nanomaterials
2. Nanodevices
3. Photovoltaic and photochromic materials
4. Nanostructured and nanoporous materials
5. Optronic materials
6. Biomaterials
7. Organic nanomaterials
8. Computational materials
9. Energy storage and conversion materials
10. Thermoelectric Materials
11. Magnetic materials
12. Sensor materials
13. Heterogeneous, photo and electro catalysis
14. Adsorption and separation
15. Energy storage and conversion
16. Environmental application
17. Biomedical devices
18. Drug delivery and development

Keynote Speakers & Invited Speakers (tentative)