Upcoming MDPI Conferences (2)
26–27 October 2020 2nd Basel Sustainable Publishing Forum - The Global Transition to Open Access: Challenges and Solutions
10–30 November 2020 1st International Electronic Conference on Catalysis Sciences
It is my pleasure to invite you to join the 1st International Electronic Conference on Catalysis Sciences in 2020 (ECCS 2020) that will be hosted online by: https://sciforum.net/conference/ECCS2020.
An often-quoted statistic is that catalysts are used in 90% of all chemical products, a reflection of the importance of catalysis in powering a modern society. This includes the role that catalysis plays in the production of fuels, chemical manufacture, fertilizer production, environmental protection and cleanup, pharmaceutical manufacture, sustainable energy, biomass conversion, polymer chemistry, and electrochemistry. ECCS 2020 will present the latest research on the use of catalysts in these critical areas. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
- Single Atom Catalysts
- Catalysts for Natural Gas Conversion
- Catalysts for Biomass Conversion
- Computational Catalysis
- Catalyst Synthesis and Characterization
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Upcoming Partner Conferences (4)
8–9 October 2020 14th International Conference Interdisciplinarity in Engineering
U.M.F.S.T. Târgu Mureş, Romania
The conference scope is to provide a professional and scientific forum for engineers and research scientists from universities, research centers and industry to present research works, contributions and recent developments as well as current practices in engineering.The INTER-ENG conference will also offer the opportunity for companies in engineering to present their products and services.
The scope of the conference includes, but is not limited to the following major topics as they relate to the industrial and electrical engineering and industrial management:
- Advanced manufacturing technology
- Manufacturing process modeling
- Automation and robotics in manufacturing
- Sensing and control
- Manufacturing system design and operations
- Micro/nano manufacturing
- Lean manufacturing
- Additive manufacturing
- Non-conventional manufacturing process
- Manufacturing process control
- Sustainable manufacturing
- Advances in gear and transmission manufacturing
- CAD/CAM/CAE integrated systems
- Manufacturing tools and equipment
- Education for sustainable manufacturing
- Remanufacturing, reuse and recycling
- Value creation by sustainable manufacturing
- Quality control in manufacturing
- New and advanced materials
- Information systems technology
- Advanced software technology
- Intelligent systems and technologies
- Parallel and distributed computing technology
- Power and energy systems
- Optimization techniques
28–30 October 2020 Sustainable Places 2020
Join us to discuss 2020 themes on Circular Economy, Digital Twins, BIPV, Local Energy Communities, Sustainable Digital Infrastructure, and as always all sustainability topics on 28 -30 October 2020, in Aix-les-Bains, France.
Sustainability targets and climate change objectives cannot be met without addressing buildings and the built environment at the building, district and urban scale to include our transport and energy infrastructures. Renowned for showcasing results coming out of the EU Horizon 2020 Framework Programme via the participation of cutting-edge research and innovation projects, the scope of Sustainable Places is captured directly in its name. It involves designing, building and retrofitting the places we live and work in a more sustainable way.
Sustainable Places prides itself on being an ideal platform for the dissemination of research, the conduct of workshops, EU project clustering and networking between stakeholders of all types. SP2020 will be held over three days allowing morning travel on the first day and afternoon travel on the third day. Between opening and closing keynote sessions, parallel technical sessions and project-organized workshops will be held on conference topic areas. The venue will be available all week (free of charge) for project meetings and side events.
2–4 November 2020 4th International Conference nanoFIS 2020 - Functional Integrated nano Systems
Deadline for oral abstracts: closed
Deadline for LATE NEWS poster: 27 September 2020
End of early registration: 11 September 2020
End of online registration: 29 Oktober 2020
4–8 July 2021 19th International Conference on Experimental Mechanics (ICEM 2021)
International Conferences on Experimental Mechanics, organized under the auspices of the European Society for Experimental Mechanics (EuraSEM), have a long tradition (1959 Delft, 1962 Paris, 1966 Berlin, 1970 Cambridge, 1974 Udine, 1978 Munich, 1982 Haifa, 1986 Amsterdam, 1990 Copenhagen, 1994 Lisbon, 1998 Oxford, 2004 Bari, 2007 Alexandroupolis, 2010 Poiters, 2012 Porto, 2014 Cambridge, 2016 Rhodes, 2018 Brussels). ICEM brings together internationally recognized experts and young researchers in an effort to exchange ideas in different topics having the common link of “Experimental Mechanics”. ICEM acts also as a platform for establishing connections between different research teams that are trying to build and develop future scientific collaboration.
Papers published in the Conference Proceedings of the 19th ICEM 2021 organized in Kraków, Poland, will be focused on experimental and measuring techniques for thorough study of the mechanical properties of different materials, engineering structures and systems, investigations which are necessary to create the physical foundations and provide verification of analytical or numerical methods in engineering design. The topics of the conference include experimental aspects of research on mechanical, thermal–mechanical or dynamic behavior of various materials, their forming, damage, fatigue and fracture, advances in optical, ultrasonic, and acoustic testing techniques (photoelasticity, interferometry, DIC, DVC, etc.), sensor technology (strain gage technology, optical fiber application, accelerometers, etc.), and condition monitoring. The ever-increasing importance of the energy harvesting methods (photovoltaic, wind, wave, etc.), developments in nanomaterials, nanostructures, composites, smart materials and structures, recycled materials and additive manufacturing will be addressed during the conference.