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Mater. Proc., 2022, Stand Alone Papers 2022

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Conference Report
Conference Report: YUCOMAT 2022 & XII World Round Table Conference on Sintering
Mater. Proc. 2022, 12(1), 1; https://doi.org/10.3390/materproc2022012001 - 29 Nov 2022
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Yugoslav Conference on Materials (YUCOMAT) and World Round Table Conference on Sintering (WRTCS) are conferences with a long tradition, having first been held in 1995 and 1969, respectively. From 29 August to 2 September 2022, the Materials Research Society of Serbia (MRS-Serbia) and [...] Read more.
Yugoslav Conference on Materials (YUCOMAT) and World Round Table Conference on Sintering (WRTCS) are conferences with a long tradition, having first been held in 1995 and 1969, respectively. From 29 August to 2 September 2022, the Materials Research Society of Serbia (MRS-Serbia) and the International Institute for the Science of Sintering organized the two conferences jointly, in the town in which they had been inaugurally held: Herceg-Novi, Montenegro. The joint conference attracted around 200 participants, 20 of which were plenary speakers, while the rest were assigned regular oral or poster presentations. The participants came from 25 different countries of the world, the most represented among which were Serbia, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Poland, and the United States. Outside of the four plenary sessions at YUCOMAT and two at the WRTCS, the conference was divided to five symposia: (i) advanced methods in synthesis and processing of materials; (ii) advanced materials for high-technology applications; (iii) nanostructured materials; (iv) eco-materials and eco-technologies; and (v) biomaterials. Here, one of this year’s plenary lecturers at YUCOMAT and a member of the International Advisory Board for the MRS-Serbia gives a formally solicited and unbiased view of the conference, discussing its successful aspects and aspects worth revisiting, alongside providing a few historical remarks. Full article
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