International Conference on Technologically Advanced Materials and Asian Meeting on Ferroelectricity (ICTAM-AMF10) is scheduled to be organized jointly by University of Delhi and Society for Technologically Advanced Materials of India (STAMI) during November 7-11, 2016 at New Delhi, India. Advanced materials have played key role in shaping the modern civilization.

ICTAM-AMF10 will provide a platform to understand the scientific and academic impact of the new materials, and will facilitate the interaction among the researchers to develop new materials for diverse applications. In this event, we expect more than 500 delegates including 150 overseas delegates.

Asian Meeting on Ferroelectricity (AMF10) is the continuation of prestigious Asian Meeting on Ferroelectricity (AMF) of which Prof. R. P. Tandon is the founder member and has been on its International Advisory Board. ICTAM-AMF10 will be organized under the chairmanship of Prof. R. P. Tandon, who has successfully organized International Conferences, including International Conference on Electroceramics (ICE-2009), International Conference and Workshop on Nanostructured Ceramics and other Nanomaterials (ICWNCN-2012), International Conference on Electron Microscopy and XXXV Annual Meeting of Electron Microscope Society of India (EMSI-2014) to name a few.

AMF10 is scheduled to be organized in India for second time. Asian Meeting on Ferroelectricity has been previously organized at Japan, Thailand, Taiwan and China.

STAMI was established under the chairmanship of Prof. R. P. Tandon in 2006 by the combined efforts from the academicians and scientists from various Indian institutions and universities, with the headquarter at Nagpur, India.The major activities and services of STAMI includes wide spread awareness of academic culture, inculcation research aptitude among young researchers, designing database of resources in the academic and scientific industries that could be accessed by the global scientific community to promote scholarly communication.


Scope of Conference

Technologically Advanced Materials

(Not limited to following)

1 Materials for energy harvesting and applications: Solar Cells, Thermoelectric materials, Lithium Batteries
2 Nanomaterials, Nanophotonics, Nanoelectronics, Nano-Characterization and Nanotechnology for Informatics & Communication
3 Graphene, Carbon nanotubes and related materials
4 Spintronic materials and applications
5 Polymer and soft materials
6 Optical materials for laser, lighting, display, lithography and astronomical applications
7 Electro-optic and photonic materials and devices
8 Metals and alloys for advanced applications
9 Composites and complex materials
10 Smart and intelligent materials for sensor applications
11 Hi-Tech Ceramics
12 Hybrid Materials
13 Engineering materials and technologies
14 Materials for Robotics
15 High temperature materials
16 Anticorrosion materials
17 Biomaterials, Biosensors and Bioelectronic materials
18 Advanced functional materials for Environmental monitoring, antipollution and anti-hazardous materials
19 Environmental and Green materials
20 Coatings
21 Materials for electric and electronic applications
22 Materials for Imaging and Diagnostic and Biomedical Applications
23 Superconductors (High Tc)
24 Advanced characterization techniques for structure and composition of materials
25 Computational analysis, modelling and simulations underlying different materials
26 Related Emerging Areas


(Not limited to following)

1 Ferroelectric and related materials: Classification and Applications
  i Piezoelectric materials and devices
  ii Pyroelectric materials and devices
  iii Relaxor materials
  iv Lead free Piezoelectrics: Design, HPB, PPT
  v Ferroelectric semiconducting and Perovskite Photovoltaic
  vi Electro-optical and Photonic Ceramics
  vii Ferroelectric thin films, thick films and Multilayer Electronic Ceramics (MLCC, LTCC, etc.)
  viii Multiferroic and Magnetic Materials
  ix Microwave dielectrics, Ceramic Integration and Packaging
  x Memory devices: FeRAM, RRAM, NEMS, MEMS and SAW devices
  xi Glass and Amorphous systems
  xii High – K and Nonlinear dielectrics
  xiii Ferroelastic, Electrocaloric and Flexoelectric Materials
  xiv Single and liquid crystals
  xv Ferroelectric Polymers and Composites
  xvi Ferroelectric Nanostructures: Nanowires, Nanofibres and Nanodots
  xvii Ferroelectric Biomaterials: Tissue and Biofilms
  xviii Ferroelectric Capacitors and Batteries
  xix Sensors, Actuators and Transducer applications
  xx Ferroelectic materials for Microscopic Instruments
  xxi Porous Ceramics and Applications
2 Processing of Ferroelectric and related materials
  i Conventional Methods
  ii Advanced Methods: Microwave, Spark Plasma Sintering, Hot pressing, PLD, Sputtering and MBE deposition
  iii Novel methods of Fabrication
  iv Mask Fabrication and Patterning Methods
3 Ferroelectric Materials: Characterizations
  i Advanced Techniques: MFM, PFM, XPS, SEM, TEM, Insitu and Synchrotron XRD and Neutron diffraction analysis
  ii Spectroscopic and Optical Characterizations: NMR, ESR. RAMAN, PL
  iii Dielectric, Ferroelectric, Piezoelectric, Magnetic Measurements and Impedance Spectroscopy
4 Ferroelectric Materials: Basic Physics and Theory
  i Simulations, modelling and ab-initio calculations
  ii Theories: First Principles Calculations, Monte-Carlo Simulations, Phase-Field Simulations
  iii Domain Structure, Dynamics and Engineering
  iv Phenomena based on Surface, Interfaces, Defects, Electric Conduction and Ionics
  v Phase Diagram and Crystal Chemistry
5 Related Emerging Areas