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15th International Conference on Materials Processing and Characterization

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Northumbria University

15th International Conference on Materials Processing and Characterization

The role of manufacturing in the world’s economy and societal development has long been established through their wealth creation activities. To deepen and broaden our knowledge of materials and to increase innovation and responsiveness to ever-increasing international needs, more in-depth studies of functionally graded materials/ tailor-made materials are needed at present. Energy, the environmental sustainability and healthcare have emerged as strategic priorities not only in research but in all aspects of our lives. The objective of this conference is to bring together experts from academic institutions, industries and research organizations and professional engineers for sharing of knowledge, expertise and experience in the emerging trends related to advanced materials processing and characterization, life-changing materials research with the applications in healthcare, renewable energy and circular economy.

The 15th ICMPC conference will be held in Northumbria University at Newcastle 5th-8th September 2023. The conference will be operated in Hybrid mode (onsite and online).Each day will start with a Plenary Lecture followed by parallel sessions focusing on the following topics:

  • Session A: Nanocomposite and Advanced Materials Manufacturing
  • Session B: Smart Materials&Surfaces
  • Session C: Materials for Net Zero
  • Session D: Advanced Materials&Surfaces Characterization
  • Session E: Materials for biomedical and healthcare applications
  • Session F: Materials Modelling and computational method
  • Session G: Materials for Circular Economy
  • Session H: Materials & AI

Local Organizing Committee

  • Conference Chair: Professor Esther Akinlabi
  • Deputy Chair: Professor Wai Lok Woo
  • Deputy Chair: Professor Ben Xu
  • Session Chair: Dr Stephen Akinlabi
  • Session Chair: Dr Shahid Rasul
  • Session Chair: Dr Lu Xing
  • Session Chair: Dr Yifan Li
  • Session Chair: Dr Muhammad Wakil Shahzad
  • Session Chair: Dr Hamdi Torun
  • Session Chair: Professor Martin Birkett
  • Conference assistant: Catherine Smurthwaite
  • Conference assistant: Amanda Gilhooley

Important Dates

Abstract Submission Opens: 10th November 2022 

 Abstract Acceptance Starts: 10th December 2022
 Abstract Submission Deadline:1st August 2023
 Conference Registration Opens:1st March 2023
 Early Bird Registration Deadline: 1st August 2023
 Standard Registration Deadline: 5th September 2023
 Conference Days: 5th - 8th September 2023

Registration Fees

Fees  In-Person Attendance  Online Attendance
 Early Bird: 

 £350.00 

 £180.00
 Early Bird for Students:   £200.00  £120.00
 Standard Registration:   £450.00  £200.00
 Standard Registration for Students:   £300.00  £150.00
 Industrial Delegate Pack:

 £1,250.00
(recommended, as
detailed in the pack)

 N/A

 

 

Event Details

Northumbria University
Business & Law School
City Campus East
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE2 1UY

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