Advanced Materıals

Advanced Materials Science and Engineering and High Tech Device Applications (October 27-29, Ankara, Turkiye)

Advanced Materials/Composite Materials / Applications for Aerostructure

The next generation of aerostructure technology demands lightweight material options, facile manufacturing techniques, and adaptable system integration approaches to move forward with innovative air vehicle systems. Current research efforts are exploring practical material solutions to accelerate the technology transformation process. In this session, field experts from both academia and industry will discuss the future aerospace materials, focusing on state-of-the-art technologies, incumbent performance requirement, and pressing application challenges. Advanced Materials Science & Engineering and High Tech Device Applications-icmatse2020 invites researchers around the world to submit abstracts for presentation at our 2020 meeting in Ankara, TURKEY. The session will feature of exciting technical talks and discussions experts, researchers, and up-and-coming leaders in aerospace. This is an opportunity to share your aerospace materials research with international colleagues who are actively involved with advances in aerospace technologies. Abstracts are encouraged related to the field of aerospace materials from any disciplinary background, with particular focus on the below listed topics. Investigators at all career stages are encouraged to submit one or more abstracts. Abstracts will be peer reviewed. Acceptance will be based on content, available space, and overall program balance. Opportunities for oral presentations will also be available, with details to follow.

  • New fiber reinforcement and matrix materials.
  • Advanced metallic alloys.
  • Smart and multifunctional structures.
  • Self-healing and self-repairing structures.
  • Surface technologies and self-deicing materials.
  • Fastener-free composite bonding/welding/joining materials.
  • Automation/Industry 4.0 for composites manufacturing.
  • Solid-state phase transformation

Dr. Mete BAKIR and Dr. Ersin BAHCECİ

Session Chair