Call for papers issued for OZ-20 Symposium on Nanostructures

November 9, 2019

A Call for Papers has been issued for OZ-20, the 11th German-International Symposium on Nanostructures, iset to take place from March 1–3, 2020, in Olpe, Germany.

Organised by Prof Monte Cassim, Ritsumeikan University; Prof Sebastian Diaz, CIITEC – IPN (Centro de Investigación e Innovación Tecnológica); Prof Henning Zoz, Zoz Group; Prof Jai Sung Lee, Hanyang University; and Prof Hans Fecht, Ulm University and EUREKA, the OZ-20 Symposium provides a technical programme and exhibition covering aspects in the field of nanostructured materials in applied science and technology for industry, energy and more. 

The technical programme for OZ-20 will include the following topics:

  • High Kinetic Processing (MA, HEM, RM)
  • Severe Plastic Deformation, BioProcessing
  • Microstructural Design, Nano-Meso-Hybride Structures
  • Sintered Metal/Ceramic & Compaction
  • MIM, CIM, Spark Plasma Sintering
  • Plasma Coating Techniques
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Nanocrystalline & Amorphous Materials
  • ODS/NFA, MMC, MCC, CCC
  • High Entropy Alloys
  • Carbon Nanotube utilisation
  • M/C-Polymer compounds & WPC
  • Solid State Chemistry
  • Construction Materials Cement/Concrete/DesertSand
  • Fabrication of FuelCell, H2-Tank & Battery

The abstract submissions deadline for papers and posters is December 31, 2019. Instructions for abstract submission and event registration are available via the event website.

www.oz.zoz.de

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