Elsevier Upcoming Conferences

Upcoming Engineering Conference schedule

Elsevier Upcoming Conferences

With over 50 conferences a year the Elsevier portfolio of events provides a direct route to global researchers and industry representatives in a number of communities.

​Elsevier organize a variety of international conferences covering Life Sciences, Physical Science & Engineering, Social Sciences and Health Sciences. Elsevier partner with the best minds in science and health to serve over 30 million scientists, students and health and information professionals.

 

Following are the list of Major Conferences for Engineers:

 

Conference schedule for 2020:

​1. 30th Anniversary World Congress on Biosensors:

Conference Dates: 26-29 May 2020

Conference Topics: Bioelectronics (including biocomputing, bio-fuel and photovoltaic cells, and electronic noses), Commercial biosensors, manufacturing and markets, DNA- and nucleic acid-based sensors and aptasensors, Enzyme-based biosensors, Immunosensors, Lab-on-a-chip and multiplexed sensors, Microfluidics and immobilisation technology, Smartphone diagnostics, wearable biosensors and mobile health, Nanobiosensors, nanomaterials & nanoanalytical systems, Natural & synthetic receptors (including MIPs), Organism-, whole cell- and organ-based biosensors, Printed biosensors and microfabrication, Novel transducers, Single molecule detection, Theranostics, implantable and ingestible sensors

Conference Venue: Busan Exhibition and Conference Centre, Busan, Korea

Conference Website: https://www.elsevier.com/events/conferences/world-congress-on-biosensors

 

2. 10th International Colloids Conference:

Conference Dates: 14 - 17 June 2020

Conference Topics: Advanced soft matter systems, including functional polymers, surfactants, gels and biocolloids, Engineered responsive, adaptive and functional interfaces, surfaces, films, membranes and composites, New materials for catalysis, separations, energy generation and storage, Bio materials, nano-medicines and medical diagnostics, Combined experimental and simulation studies of colloids and interfaces, New theory, novel phenomena and advanced experimental techniques

Conference Venue: Melia Palma Bay and Palau de Congressos de Palma, Spain

Conference Website: https://www.elsevier.com/events/conferences/international-colloids-conference

 

3. International Congress on Membranes & Membrane Processes 2020:

Conference Dates: 12-17 July 2020

Conference Topics: NF/RO, FO/PRO, UF/MF, Organic solvent nanofiltration, Membrane reactors
Membrane contactors, Gas separation, Pervaporation and membrane distillation, Electro-membrane processes, Membrane fouling: modelling and mitigation, Transport models, Fluid dynamics, Module design, 3D printing of membranes, Novel membrane materials, 1D- and 2D-materials for membranes
Inorganic membranes (metal, zeolite, metal oxide), MOF and COF membranes, Sustainable membrane manufacturing, Biomimetic and bioinspired membranes, Responsive and highly selective membranes
Ageing in polymer membranes, Novel fabrication methods, Ion-transport and mixed conductors’ membranes, Facilitated transport membranes, Novel characterisation methods

Environmental remediation, Industrial applications and scale-up, Waste and resource recovery, Membranes for harsh environments, Challenging separations (e.g. olefin/paraffin), CO2 capture and utilization, Bio-separations and bio-refinery, Bio-medical applications, Water treatment, Pharmaceuticals, Food processing, Paper and pulp industries, Membrane emulsification, SOFC / fuel cells / flow batteries, Whole life cycle evaluation of membrane processes, Membranes for developing countries

Conference Venue: ExCel London, London, UK

Conference Website: http://www.icom2020.co.uk/

 

4. Ninth International Conference on Engineering Failure Analysis:

Conference Dates: 12-15 July 2020

Conference Topics: Engineering failure modes for metallic and non-metallic engineering materials, Approaches to failure analysis, Role of service loading in failure analysis, Case studies of failures in industry sectors such as aerospace, marine and offshore, automotive, rail, power generation, mining and minerals, consumer goods, medical devices and others, Historical disasters, Structural and architectural failures, Failure analysis and joining technologies, Role of condition monitoring and NDT in failure avoidance, Failure analysis, maintenance and reliability, Role of failure analysis in the design process

Legal matters, ethical issues and insurance in the failure analysis industry, Training and accreditation in failure analysis research and industry

Conference Venue: Fudan University, Shanghai, China

Conference Website: https://www.elsevier.com/events/conferences/international-conference-on-engineering-failure-analysis

 

5. 9th International Conference on Fracture of Polymers, Composites and Adhesives:

Conference Dates: 6-10 September 2020

Conference Topics:

Polymers: Low rate properties, Kc, Gc and Jc. Essential work of fracture, we. Impact and high rate properties. Ductile energy dissipation and notching effects. Environmental effects. Fracture in soft materials. Cutting, machining and scratching.

Composites: Delamination in continuous fibre composites including cross-ply and 3-D reinforcement. Impact and high rate properties. Fatigue fracture, damage mechanisms, thermal properties, experimental characterization and simulation. Toughness of short fibre, particulate, or nano- and micro-scale reinforced composites. Pure and mixed-mode fracture. Peeling of flexible laminates.

Adhesives: Structural adhesives toughness evaluation. Geometry and thickness effects on Gc.  Measuring toughness in highly toughened adhesive joints, including Jc testing. Toughening mechanisms, including nano-scale additives. Impact and high rate behaviour. Environmental effects. Peeling of flexible laminates.

Application of fracture mechanics: Service life prediction models, including cyclic fatigue loads and environmental ageing effects. Data for FE design codes. Applications in structural engineering, electronics, pipelines and layered structures. Crash simulations.

Conference Venue: Eurotel Victoria, Les Diablerets, Switzerland

Conference Website: https://www.elsevier.com/events/conferences/esistc4conference

 

6. 5th International Conference on BioTribology:

Conference Dates: 13-16 September 2020

Conference Topics: Medical and industrial applications of biotribology,

Biomimetics: bio-inspired tribology; materials; complex fluids,

Biotribology testing and modelling: developing test methods; correlation with perception and customer experience; numerical methods,

Prosthetic implants: materials and coatings; implant corrosion; synovial joint tribology; explant analysis

Articular cartilage: mechanical and biochemical induced damage; modelling; lubrication mechanisms

Soft contacts: contact lenses; stents; bio-probes; cells and tissue interaction

Skin and personal care: creams and cosmetics; shaving products; hair conditioners; wounds and wound healing, haptics, tactile perception, toothpaste

Oral and dental tribology: tongue-palate interaction; ’mouth-feel’; food texture; multi-phase flow, tooth and implant wear; fretting

Biomaterials for tribology: artificial cartilage; meniscus; bio-scaffolds

Tribology in sports: equipment design and development; preparation, deterioration and testing of sport surfaces; grip; player interaction and gait analysis

Conference Venue: Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham, UK

Conference Website: https://www.elsevier.com/events/conferences/international-conference-on-biotribology

 

7. 31st International Conference on Diamond and Carbon Materials:

Conference Dates: 13-17 September 2020

Conference Topics: Deposition and doping of diamond, carbon nanotubes, MXenes, graphene, etc.

Physical and chemical modification of carbon materials, Diamond devices for power electronics, optoelectronics and sensors, Quantum technology based on carbon and boron nitride, Energy harvesting (catalysis,…) and storage (supercaps,…) based on diamond, carbon nanotubes MXenes, graphene, etc., Defect engineering and colour centres in diamond, Carbon nanodots and particles, Theory and computational modelling of carbon materials, Carbon-based heterostructures with novel oxide, carbide, and nitride materials, Low temperature physics in carbon based materials, Carbon materials under pressure and/or in high magnetic fields, Device concepts using novel carbon materials for electronics, sensors, etc., Composites based on carbon nanomaterials

Conference Venue: Melia Palma Bay and Palau de Congressos de Palma, Spain

Conference Website: https://www.elsevier.com/events/conferences/international-conference-on-diamond-and-carbon-materials

 

8. International Conference on Fatigue Damage of Structural Materials XIII:

Conference Dates: 13-18 September 2020

Conference Topics: Environmental Cracking, High Temperature Fatigue Behaviour, Advanced Crack Characterization Techniques, Atomistic-to-Microstructure Scale Computational Modeling, Microstructural Origins of Crack Formation and Propagation, Fatigue of Additively Manufactured Materials, Loading Protocol Effects (e.g. multi-axial, variable amplitude, thermo-mechanical, contact fatigue), Effects of Materials Modification (e.g. welds, shot peening), Next Generation Crack Tip Mechanics, Data Science Based Approaches

Conference Venue: DoubleTree by Hilton Cape Cod, Hyannis, MA, USA

Conference Website: https://www.elsevier.com/events/conferences/international-conference-on-fatigue-damage-of-structural-materials

 

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