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4th International Conference on Materials Chemistry


Date & time 22 Oct (Europe/Rome time)
Event ends 23 Oct
Rome, Italy
Creator Jessica Vause
Organizer Jessica Vause

Who's attending

Jessica Vause


4th International Conference on Materials Chemistry

With the exciting conference, we are back to mesmerize you all in the “ 4th International Conference on Materials Chemistryon the theme, “Improvising Excellence in Materials ChemistryResearch Technologies”  during October 22-23, 2021 at Rome, Italy.  Be ready to meet the global experts and researchersall over the world and connect for the future collaboration.

Summit Aspiration:

Materials Chemistry2021conspires to inspire the people of revolution to commerce their knowledge and integrating excellence in the field of materials chemistrywith the eminent professionals.

Why Materials Chemistry?        


·         By 2050, there will be an estimated 9.8 billion people worldwide. With clear growth, there are side effects to herbal remedies; with the demand for people it is necessary to develop new things.

·         Material Chemistry is a fast-growing field in both the research and industrial fields.

·         Conference on materials chemistry provides basic ideas on innovation and sustainability technologies.

·         This field covers a wide range of emerging market sectors such as Engineering Resins, Polymer Alloys and compounds, advanced batteries and fuel cells and more.

Conference Highlights:

Materials Chemistry2021 is a forum that serves as a global platform for discussing and learning about Material Science, Material Engineering,  Industrial chemistry, biomimetic chemistry, chemical syntheses, comparisons and analysis of novel materials, Nano chemistry, Biomaterials, 2D&3D materials chemistry, advanced concepts, polymer chemistry, biological chemistry, organic materials chemistry, analytical materials chemistry, Surface chemistry and more the basic principles involved in Materials Chemistry.

Conference Benefits:

·         It represents as a bridge between delegates and the speakers.

·         Expand networks with global experts.

·         Make a fruitful discussion among researchers.

·         Showcase your products and services.

·         Experience real-time practical knowledge.

·         Expertise in your skills, intelligence, and Career goals.

Who can attend?

·         International researchers

·         Material Science Scholars

·         Material Science researchers

·         Academic Scholars

·         Scientific practitioners

·         University practitioners

·         Materials Professionals

·         Chemical professionals

·         Scientific communities

·         Scientists

·         Researchers

·         Professors

·         Engineers

·         Delegates

·         Students

·         Business professionals

·         Clinical research associates

·         Laboratory Scholars

·         Exhibitors

·         Sponsors

·         Marketing & Advertising Executives

·         Media Partners

·         Collaborators

Why Rome?

Romeis the Capital of Italyand considered to be the second city in the world historically, academically, and culturally beautiful by City Brands Index. It is a nationwide and large educational institution, consisting of many schools, colleges, and universities. It has a wide variety of institutions of higher learning and colleges and has been a major educational and educational center in the world, especially during the time of ancient Romeand the Renaissance, as well as in Florence.

Methods and Techniques: Endoscopy, General microscopy (white light, confocal, bright field, dark field, phase contrast, DIC etc.), Linear and non-linear fluorescence imaging (confocal LSM, multi-photon, STED, PALM, STORM, SIM, FRET, FRAP, FLIM, etc.), Linear and non-linear vibrational microscopy / imaging (IR, confocal Raman, CARS, SRS etc.), Near-field microscopy (SNOM, AFM, STM, etc.), Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT ), Operating microscopy, Photoacoustic imaging (PAI, MSOT), Polarimetry, Probe and sensor development, Terahertz imaging, Thermography, Microscopy/Imaging, other methods and techniques, ATR / FTIR Spectroscopy, Coherent Back Scattering CBS, Diffuse Optics, Dynamic Light Scattering DLS, Ellipsometry, Fluorescence spectroscopy, Photoluminescence, Reflectance, Terahertz spectroscopy, UV / VIS spectroscopy, Vibrational spectroscopy (Raman, Infrared), Spectroscopy, other methods and techniques, fs LASIC, Laser lithotripsy, Laser Surgery, Laser-based thermotherapy, LASIK, LIBS, Photo-coagulation, Photodynamic therapy, Photonic therapeutic approaches, other methods and techniques, Biochips, Bioassays, High-throughput screening, Micro-array technologies, Point-of-care, other methods and techniques, Big data, Chemometrics, Image analysis, Image processing, Digitalization, other methods and techniques, CCD and CMOS sensors and cameras, Fiber optical illumination, Functionalized fibres, Implant manufacturing, Laser , Laser-induced microdissection and catapulting of cells, Laser micromanipulation, Microstructure Fibers, Objectives, Optical clearing, Optical tweezers, Tissue separation / laser scalpels, Enabling Technologies, other methods and techniques, Other Methods and Techniques