The symposium on nanomaterials for clean energy and health applications will provide a forum for exchange of technical and scientific information between international researchers in the field of materials for solar cell and health applications. Symposium will be devided into three primary areas concentrating on syntehsis and characterization of nano materials for (1) clean energy Applications (2) Bilogical Applications such as tissue engineering and drug delivery (3) computational modeling of nano materials for these applications.
The symposium related to clean energy technologies will have technical sessions along with hands on training to fabricate solar cells. The participants will be allowed to make oral presentation about their work in the area of solar cells, which will be followed by an in detail discussion by expert members about the pros and cons associated with the research work presented by the participants.
The biennial symposium will be a promising, and another exciting event bringing together the researchers, clinicians, scientists, engineers and industrial personnel to establish new collaborations, knowledge transfer and discuss the recent scenario in promising biomaterials. The symposium has committed eminent speakers who will deliver talk in cutting edge technology associated with Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering research which will help to enrich our scientific culture.
Part of the symposium will be on modeling, and it will throw light on the computational modeling and simulation used to study about nanomaterials. Presentations on development of density functional algorithms, Quantum Monte Carlo techniques, ab initio molecular dynamics, advances in Classical Monte Carlo methods, mesoscale methods for soft matter, fast-multipole and multigrid algorithms will be given priority and the participants will get valuable insight in using different software Tools for modeling nano materials.