JUNE 17-19, 2024
WASHINGTON, DC    


Advanced Materials for Engineering Applications

Advanced Materials for Engineering Applications

Symposium Chair

Jim JohnstonJim Johnston
Professor, School of Chemical and Physical Sciences
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

William (Cy) WilsonWilliam (Cy) Wilson
Electronics Engineer
NASA Langley Research Center

Key Speakers

Emilie SiochiRecent Advances in Structural Carbon Nanotube Composites.”
Emilie Siochi
Senior research materials engineer, NASA Langley Research Center

 

The TechConnect World Advanced Engineering Materials symposium will feature materials that are ready for commercial application. We will also spotlight new research and development: Innovative technologies, materials, and approaches that could provide game-changing increases in performance in engineering applications. Please submit an abstract and plan to join innovators from industry, academic and government laboratories around the world at this important event. 

 
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2024 Symposium Sessions

Monday June 17

3:30MGI Industry Town Hall: AI-Accelerated Materials Design and Deployment

Tuesday June 18

4:00Advanced Materials for Engineering Applications - Posters

Wednesday June 19

9:00Advanced Materials for Engineering Applications

2024 Symposium Program

Monday June 17

3:30MGI Industry Town Hall: AI-Accelerated Materials Design and DeploymentTBA
Session chair: Lisa E. Friedersdorf, Office of Science and Technology Policy, US
Panelist
B. Segal, Lockheed Martin, US

Tuesday June 18

4:00Advanced Materials for Engineering Applications - PostersExpo Hall BC
Synthesis and Characterization of Poly(amino-phenylboronic acid) Nanorods for High-affinity Capture of Glycoproteins
H. Maanaki, K. Lenz, T. Xu, J. Wang, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, US
Improved Electronic Transport Properties in Template-Grown CsPbBr3 Nanorods as Revealed by Dielectric Force Microscopy
Y. Stephanie Li, E. Avila-Lopez, S. Liang, I. Elias, and Z. Lin, California State University-Bakersfield, US

Wednesday June 19

9:00Advanced Materials for Engineering ApplicationsTBA
Session chair: Jim Johnston, Victoria University of Wellington & Cy Wilson, NASA, US
Recent Advances in Structural Carbon Nanotube Composites
E.J. Siochi, NASA Langley Research Center, US
Cleantech mass-production of carbon nanomaterials from unrecyclable materials and other carbonaceous sources
R.G. Presswood Jr., I. Bishop, Elemental Advanced Materail, US
Laser-Engineered Graphene-Metal Composites
D.E. Colmenarez Lobo, M.A. Khan, P. Kang, George Mason University, US
Inorganic Material: WSe₂ as a Hole Transport Material for Perovskite Solar Cells
S. Aryal, A.B. Kaul, University of North Texas, US
A novel nanoadditive platform enabling the broad CNT application and use
A. Malofsky, Nano Catalytics, US
Nanomaterials in HVAC Systems to Improve Energy Efficiency, Water Production and Decarbonization
A. Taylor, M. Joyce, Exaeris Climate Technologies, US
Advanced composite electrolyte membranes for energy conversion and green-H2 production
A. Bose, University of Houston, US
Digital Transformation of Materials: An Integrated Computational Materials Engineering Approach
K. Fritz, Questek Innovations, US
Navigating the Challenges of Establishing a Competitive Organic Photovoltaic Industry in Europe
T. Kolbusch, H. Rooms, R. Reuscher, Coatema, DE
Topics & Application Areas
  • Advanced Engineering and Aerospace Materials
  • Nanomaterials
  • Composite Materials
  • Energy Storage & Light Harvesting Materials
  • Ceramics & Silicate Materials
  • Magnetic Materials
  • Recovery and Recycling of Metals & Materials
  • Materials in Environmental Protection & Remediation
  • Other
 

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