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World Congress on Carbon and Advanced Energy Materials, will be organized around the theme “Carbon Based Materials for Next Generation”

Carbon Materials 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Carbon Materials 2019

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Nano carbons are among the most promising materials developed last years. Nano carbon materials include fullerenes, carbon nanotubes (CNT), carbon nanofibers (CNF), nano diamond, onions and various hybrid forms and 3D structures based on these. Several years ago these materials were available in milligram-scale quantities. Now many of them are produced by tones per year. Nano carbon materials such as carbon nanotubes (CNT's) and Graphene have many extraordinary properties, such as a factor of 1000 times higher mobility and 10 times larger saturation velocity than Si.

  • Track 1-1Multi wall Nanotubes
  • Track 1-2Carbon material research
  • Track 1-3Carbon nanotube and properties
  • Track 1-42D Topological Materials
  • Track 1-5Micro chemical exfoliation
  • Track 1-6New Technologies in Electronic
  • Track 1-7Electrode, Powder and scrap

Applications of the carbon nanotubes are composite fibre, cranks, baseball bats, Microscope probes, tissue engineering, energy storage, super capacitor etc. Nanotubes are categorized as single-walled and multi-walled nanotubes with related structures. Graphenated Carbon Nanotubes are new hybrid that combines graphitic foliates grown with sidewalls of bamboo style CNTs. It has high surface are with 3D framework of CNTs coupled with high edge density of Graphene. Chemical modification of carbon nanotubes are covalent and non-covalent modifications due to their hydrophobic nature and improve adhesion to a bulk polymer through chemical attachment


  • Track 2-1Types of carbon Nanotubes and Related Structures
  • Track 2-2Graphenated carbon nanotubes (g-CNTs)
  • Track 2-3Properties of Carbon Nanotubes
  • Track 2-4Applications
  • Track 3-1Novel Hybrid Organic Thermoelectric Materials
  • Track 3-2Hybrid Carbon Nanofiber
  • Track 4-1Advanced materials for energy storage
  • Track 4-2Hydrogen adsorption in carbon materials
  • Track 5-1Lithium-ion batteries
  • Track 5-2Solarcells
  • Track 5-3supercapictor energy storage
  • Track 5-4Hydrogen storage and fuel cells
  • Track 5-5Drug delivery and Gene delivery
  • Track 5-6Biosensors and Bio imaging
  • Track 6-1Benefits of 2D Materials
  • Track 6-2Benefits of 2D Materials
  • Track 6-32D materials beyond Graphene
  • Track 7-1Nano Carbon materials for the electrochemical storage
  • Track 7-2Carbon Materials and Electrochemical Energy
  • Track 7-3Electrochemical surface of Diamond
  • Track 9-1Epitaxial growth of Graphene
  • Track 9-2Chemically assisted Exfoliation
  • Track 9-3X-ray diffraction
  • Track 9-4Micro Raman analysis
  • Track 9-5Micro Raman analysis
  • Track 10-1Production and Post processing
  • Track 10-2Graphene Nanotechnology in Energy
  • Track 11-1Neutron moderator
  • Track 11-2Foundry facings and lubricants
  • Track 11-3Electrode, Powder and scrap
  • Track 11-4Refractories and steel Making
  • Track 11-5Batteries
  • Track 11-6Chemical functionalization of Graphene
  • Track 12-1Mechanical exfoliation
  • Track 12-2Chemical vapor deposition
  • Track 12-3Molecular Beam Epitaxial Growth
  • Track 12-4Chemical functionalization of Graphene
  • Track 12-5Graphene based products
  • Track 13-1Energy conversions and sustainability
  • Track 13-2Piezoelectric materials
  • Track 13-3Thermoelectric materials
  • Track 13-4Pyroelectric materials
  • Track 13-5Space vehicle power plants
  • Track 14-1Thin film photovoltaics
  • Track 14-2Nanofilm and Multilayer
  • Track 14-3Nanomaterials for Chemical and Catalytic Applications
  • Track 14-4Inorganic/Organic Nanomaterials
  • Track 14-5Polymer Micro and Nanotechnology
  • Track 15-1Battery advancement and vitality stockpiling
  • Track 15-2Semiconductor improvement and joining for elite photovoltaics and other vitality applications
  • Track 15-3Semiconductor process displaying
  • Track 15-4Development of strong state gas sensors

Nanomaterials offer tremendous opportunity and challenges for researchers.  With unique optical, magnetic, electrical and mechanical properties - all occurring at the nanoscale - these materials have properties that can vary with length scale, changing continuously or instantly. To correlate device performance to structure or design requires research solutions that offer a complete workflow, from CAD to prototyping to characterization, with the ability to work with length scales that can go as small as tens of nanometers.