The 8th International IUPAC Symposium «Macro- and Supramolecular Architectures and Materials: Multifunctional Materials and Structures» (MAM-17) will be held from 6-10 June 2017 in Sochi, Russia and organized by the Lomonosov Moscow State University.
An important field in the recent development of science, technology, and society is associated with novel materials. This Symposium provides an international forum for presentation and discussion about the most recent progress and future trends in the rapidly expanding interdisciplinary field of macromolecular and supramolecular architectures and materials, as well as multifunctional realms of their application.
This symposium continues a series of conferences that have been organized biennially at different places around the world. The previous MAM conferences were held in South Korea, USA, Japan, Germany, Jamaica, India, and South Africa. Russia will host the 8th symposium in 2017. MAM-17 will bring together top scientists and experts from all over the world to share and discuss theoretical and practical knowledge about novel materials and to chart out future scientific and technological research directions.
The main topics of the symposium are:
Catalysis and applications
Energy conversion and storage
Materials for next generation manufacturing processes
Biomedicine and bio-engineering
Engineered materials with high performance
Nanomaterials and multifunctions
Chemo- & biosensors
Plenary and breakout sessions, poster sessions, and a contest for young scientists are scheduled within the framework of the event. An exhibition, where leading domestic and foreign companies will present their products and developments, will be arranged.
The host city, Sochi, promises not only its well-preserved historical and tourism background with modern facilities, but also the scenery of the lovely Black sea and delicious Russian cuisine, as well. The participants will be able to enjoy optional post-symposium tours to the Black Sea and different other tourist destinations in Russia.
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