How To Participate:
It is a great pleasure and honour to invite you to our Fourth International Conference on Materials Science and Engineering (Materials Oceania 2023) which will take place in The Noyori Conference Hall, Nagoya University, Japan from 26 to 29 September 2023.
The conference is organized by Australia-Japan Foundation (AJF), Australia's oldest cultural council supporting people-to-people links underpinning this key bilateral and regional relationship.
The conference will underpin the need and importance of collaboration and cooperation by individuals from a wide range of professional backgrounds. Materials Oceania will bring together a multidisciplinary group of scientists and engineers from all over the world to present latest findings and to exchange their ideas. This in turn paves the way for further discoveries, which most often happen where disciplines and specialists meet and congregate. In fact the development of materials was, is and will be fundamental for all technological applications, and in the entire field of applied science targeting the improvement of quality of life for humanity. At the end of the conference, we hope that attendees will feel they have generated the most up-to-date information available.
We hope that you will join us for a symphony of outstanding science, and to also take a little extra time to enjoy the spectacular and unique beauty of Nagoya.
Distinguished Professor / Nagoya University, Japan
Professor / The University of Queensland, Australia
Jonathan P. Hill
National Institute for Materials Science
A majority of the scientific or engineering problems which are being faced currently are due to limitations in the availability of materials, and because of a lack of basic knowledge of how the existing materials can be utilised. This lead all experts within the fields of metallurgy, ceramics, solid-state physics, and chemistry to think big about the problem, and thus the study of materials science was made an important priority which can surely pave the way clear for the technology to develop.
This materials science conference is designed in such a way that the theme and topics of the conference will address current issues and latest findings by examining all possible ways that speak about materials science.
Materials Oceania 2023 will be a well maintained scientific manifesto, giving utmost priority for the development of research by creating a wide space for the knowledge to be transplanted.
Our main aim is to produce a quality conference with world class hospitality and provide the best line-up of world renowned speakers from the science and Engineering academia and industry areas. Not only featuring scientific sessions, Materials Oceania 2023 will also be a platform to hold International collaborations, we have also designed the scientific sessions and discussions in such a way that all attendees will be able to acquire things at the finest.
Japan has a rich history of scientific and technological advancements, and Material Science is one area where the country has made significant contributions. Japan has been at the forefront of Material Science research for decades, and the country's advancements and innovations have had a significant impact on the field. From the development of high-strength steel to the creation of self-healing materials, Japan has made significant contributions to Material Science. As the world continues to face challenges related to energy, sustainability, and technology, Material Science research in Japan will undoubtedly continue to play a vital role in shaping our future. Overall, Japan's commitment to innovation and excellence in materials science has made it a key player in this field, with many important discoveries and breakthroughs attributed to Japanese researchers and institutions. Some of the major institutions conducting materials science research in Japan include the University of Tokyo, Nagoya University, Kyoto University, and the National Institute for Materials Science. Japan also has a number of government-funded research institutions focused on materials science, such as the Japan Science and Technology Agency and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency.
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