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Particle Based Materials Symposium 2020

The goal of the Symposium “Particle Based Materials 2020” is to bring together scientists and engineers from different communities that all share the goal of creating functionality in materials using particles. The synthesis, processing and materials integration of particles into thin films, bulk matrices, fibers or other geometries are covered by this symposium.
A strong focus will be on the development of scalable processes, novel modelling or characterisation techniques as well as material properties that can be achieved using particles and that would be hard to obtain using other approaches. Anisotropic, complex particles, and supraparticles that bring new or multiple functionalities to materials are of particular interest

• Synthesis (bottom up or top down), characterisation (including new multidimensional techniques) and processing (purification, formulation, etc.) of particles to be used in advanced materials.
• Special types of particles (highly defined particles, anisotropic particles, supra-particles, multifunctional particles, etc.).
• Assembly, arrangement, alignment and patterning of particles in films and bulk materials, multiscale simulations of particle growth, assembly and properties.
• Applications of particle based materials with targeted (multi)functionality (magnetic, optical, electronic, structural, chemical, biological, etc.).

Important information
The Symposium “Particle Based Materials 2020” will be held at Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany.

Due to the Corona virus pandemic, the committee has decided to postpone the Particle Based Materials Symposium 2020. Due to the rapidly changing situation along with new, stricter government measures, we are not able to announce a new date for the symposium yet.
We will continue to monitor the situation and look to organize the symposium at a later date.
We will keep in touch regularly over the coming weeks and months with further information.

For further questions please contact:
Dr. Annelise Jean-Fulcrand

Email: PBM2020@tu-bs.de