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Meeting MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Nanotechnology for Energy, Environment, Electronics, Healthcare and Industry
Organizer(s) Navin J. Manjooran, Chairman, Solve
Gary R. Pickrell, Virginia Tech
Scope Nanotechnology has tremendous potential to transform the way we live, work and play. The benefits can range from higher system properties and energy efficiency, to innovative healthcare solutions, to advanced industry products and solutions. This session will have three sub-sections addressing each of the key business drivers in nanotechnology, namely, energy, environment, electronics, healthcare and industry. This symposium will provide researchers worldwide the platform and the opportunity to discuss applications-based research in these key areas of interest. ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT: This session will highlight the applications-based research of nanotechnology in energy, including those enabling greater cost- and energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly systems. Selected topics of interest will be, but are not limited to: (1) nanotechnologies for cleaner and greener environments including aspects of nanotechnologies for carbon capture and sequestration (2) nanotechnology-based sensors, catalysts and devices (3) nanotechnologies for energy harvesting (4) nanomaterials for other innovative energy applications. ELECTRONICS & HEALTHCARE: This session will highlight the applications based research of nanotechnology in electronics and healthcare, including those enabling advancement in healthcare solutions. Selected topics of interest will be, but are not limited to: (1) intelligent delivery systems, nanomedicine, genetherapy (2) medical diagnostics, nano sensors and advanced imaging systems and Tools (3) nano-bio systems, nano-bio robotics (4) health effects of nanotechnology (5) nano-based surface modifications for biofunctionality and/or biocompatibility (6) other nanotechnology-based healthcare and electronics innovations. INDUSTRY: This session will highlight the applications based research of nanotechnology, including those enabling an innovative industry solution. Selected topics of interest will be, but are not limited to: (1) nanopowders and/or composites fabrication and characterization (2) smart coating systems, surface treatments (3) advanced manufacturing technologies (4) smart water technologies including waste water treatment (5) innovative nanosolutions for harsh environments (6) innovative commercial products.
Abstracts Due 05/15/2022
Proceedings Plan Planned: At-meeting proceedings

3D Metal Oxide Magnetic Nanostructures for The Design of Nanosensors and Magnetic Actuators
Antibacterial Action of Gold Nanoparticles Against Various Types of Bacteria: A Concise Review
Electromagnetic Interference (Emi) Shielding Features of Gum Arabic Emulsified Superparamagnetic Lightweight Natural Rubber Latex/Fe3o4 Nanocomposite
Fabrication of Fexible Nanocomposites Based on PVC, Electrical and Magnetic Nano Fillers for the Shielding Against Unwanted Electromagnetic Waves
Functional Thin Films of AlN Deposited on the Surface of Solar Panels with a Plasma Technique
Impedimetric Determination of Cortisol Using Gold Nanoparticles Functionalized Laser Induced Graphene Electrode
Manganese Removal from Aqueous Effluents Using Manganese Dioxide as Nanoadsorbent
Multi-Element Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) Sensors for Methane Detection
Removal of Copper (II) and Lead (II) from Hydrometallurgical Effluent onto Cellulose Nanocomposites: Mechanistic and Artificial Neural Network Modeling
Silicon Nanocrystals - A Potential Candidate for Flexible Solar Cells
Stanene the New Gas Sensing Wonder Material: Current Status and Future Prospects
Ternary Oxides Based on Cobalt, Iron, Copper Nanoparticles for Supercapacitor Electrode: A Review
Transition Metal Doped Cerium Oxide Nanozymes: Physical and Biological Characterizations for Interactions with Oxidative Stress

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