Realizing the materials advancement through research and their development under the United Nation's Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs), which primarily emphasized on the socio-economic growth and environmental sustainability, considered as superlative action.
Favorable materials feature such as bioactivity, resistivity, thermomagnetic, interfacing, sensing is scalable with artificial intelligence, modeling, nanotechnology and green chemistry approaches.
The June issue of Advanced Materials Letters emphasizes the need to foster materials innovations and technology that can make our society more sustainable.
IAAM is celebrating 10th anniversary of Advanced Materials Congress (AMC) in 2021. To provide highly interactive exchanges in materials science, engineering and technology, AMC demonstrates unified hybrid participation setups for example 1) Onsite physical attendance at venue, 2) joining Online/Live through internet and 3) On-demand presence as per convenient.
Technology and innovation foster several sustainable applications through advancement of materials. Currently, accomplishing United Nations (UN)’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of 2030 agenda through efforts of materials researchers, academician, industry, and governments from word wide regions is better strategy.
The study of the formation of the specific structure during the materials processing has been attracting a lot of interest among professionals to develop advanced materials.
Science and society are instrumental in addressing the environmental challenges through developing innovative ways of decisions to avoid exposures to extreme events. United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) already refer to importance of environment in any related activity. Although, lack of thrust research area has increased the society concern about the role that science and technology play in everyday life.
The materials characterizations for the energy matters, nanoparticles-based research, and valuable methodology in green chemistry helpful to understand the global sustainable trait according to XVII United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The growing healthcare and energy industry get additional pace through a large volume of materials research thus attracting the attention of advanced materials researchers and scientists extensively.
Beginning of New year 2021, when the world is wrestle with the COVID-19 pandemic challenges, materials innovation and technology demonstrate
Demonstrations of advanced materials progress, as well as the pursuit of “eco-friendly” technologies, have gained significant attention due to health and environment associated concerns.
This year marks one milestone in the beautiful scientific journey that is the concept of polymerization.
The pandemic of COVID-19 has posted serious public health crisis in many countries, the outnumbered patients with ARDS would soon flood the ICU of hospitals, where the life-sustaining medical resources, i.e., respirators, HBOT, and ECMO, would be exhausted very quickly.
Since COVID-19 broke out worldwide, many measures have been taken to protect people from being infected by this deadly SARS like virus, among which, facial masks are considered as the most effective tool to combat COVID-19.
Intermolecular hydrogen bonding, which is formed between water molecules, causes a variety of liquid water unique properties. These properties of water must be taken in to account at the preparing of the vaccine against Coronavirus-19.
Containment of the coronavirus pandemic of 2019 (COVID-19) has initially surrounded vulnerable population such as the elderly and patients of low socioeconomic status.
Materials innovations have beneficially assisted to change, urbanize, and develop the world, since times. Now under this unexpected situation, materials science and technology revolutions are indispensable to help the present-day COVID-19 pandemic-troubled world.
COVID-19 impose pandemic situation and affected globally with high rate of mortality. When there is a discussion all over the world about COVID 19. One thing that I am missing is the effects of alcohol on the virus.
Interestingly, the use of virus-derived protein assemblies represents a new direction for the systematic use of a class of chemical synthesis for the precise patterning of materials.
Efficient technology, its assessment and exploration based on materials configuration is the imperative area of research and developments for the energy sustainability, health, and environment.
Development of the healthy environment by utilizing green and sustainable materials research is the ultimate goal of balanced ecological system. Advanced Materials Proceedings (AMP) is a not-for-profit diamond open access journal publishing its 4th issue for October-December 2020, which merit to subject area of “Healthy and Sustainable Environment”.
In the past decade, the International Association of Advanced Materials has been working continuously to ignite more and more awareness about the highly expanding field of advanced material science, engineering, and technology.
International Association of Advanced Materials is all set to expand its wings beyond the limits and organize the largest online materials congress, named the Advanced Materials WebCongress (AMWeb). This virtual congress will consist of a number of international WebConferences that will entail a huge number of informative and technical sessions covering a wide range of scientific subject areas of materials science, engineering and technology.
Advanced Materials Letters (AML) released its 9th issue, September 2020, which focused on “Materials Characterization” based on energy and healthcare research procedures. In the recent times, thrust areas related to state-of-art characterization in chemical, energy and healthcare research has been one of the major attractions in the materials science and technology.
The health safety of the delegates who attend our upcoming congresses in 2020 and 2021 has always been of the highest priority for us at International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM). In the time of this global COVID-19 pandemic, this issue of safety of our delegates has become even more important for us.
The Indian Construction industry, which contributes to 8-10% of the country's GDP, is suffering from an unprecedented crisis in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Indian Government is facing a strict trade-off between preventing and containing the spread of Coronavirus on the one hand and revitalizing the economic activities
The potential of nanotechnology to bring out sustainability is now considered as a translational application in advanced materials world. Advanced Materials Letters (AML) is privileged to release its 11th Volume, 8th Issue, in August 2020, which discusses “Nanotechnology as a promising field of research”.
Advanced Materials Proceedings (AMP) is a leading non-for-profit open access, peer-reviewed international journal published by the International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM). IAAM has continuously been promoting the not-for-profit Diamond Open Access journal publishing practices since June 2010.
Since the advent of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), various industrial sectors have been significantly affected. Considering the widespread threat of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, scientists worldwide have been working at a rapid pace to understand the virus, develop vaccines and find possible treatment options.
Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome-Related Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV2) or the COVID-19 virus has led to a global pandemic causing havoc all across. While researching methods to contain the virus or a cure is still a work-in-progress, a feasible way would be to delve into the patent landscape of SARS-CoV to locate pertinent innovations on the block.
Till date, the global infections of coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak have surpassed more than ten million. After originating from China’s “wet markets”, the coronavirus has now claimed 541,248 lives worldwide as of July 07, 2020.
The critical step for environmental sustainability has been overshadowed by adapting green technologies and research. Advanced Materials Letters (AML) is happy to out its 7th issue, July 2020, which released “Materials Sustainability Information” to divert advance materials research and technology towards energy and eco-friendly research practices, while further maintaining objectives of non-toxic products and energy efficient materials.
Advanced Materials Proceedings (AMP) is a not-for-profit Diamond Open Access (DOA) journal focuses primarily on the launch of April-June 2020 as 2nd issue, which value to “Green and Sustainable” environment for any Innovation and Nanotechnology involved in materials world under current situation.
In the month of June 2020, IAAM released the 6th issue of the 11th volume of Advanced Materials Letters. This issue contains editorial, review and research articles, a total of 13 documents including the editorial published on the “researcher of the year 2020 – Prof. Herbert Gleiter”. All the articles published in June 2020 can be downloaded for free at https://www.vbripress.com/aml/.
The release of first issue of the 5th volume (January-March 2020) of Advanced Materials Proceedings was the advocacy efforts related to advanced materials research in the public domain for materials society. This is one of concrete steps to make evidence of proliferation of knowledge.
International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM) engaged in the promotion of Diamond Open Access advancement of materials science and technology publishing. The release of the fifth issue of the 11th volume of Advanced Materials Letters was marked showcase of advanced materials research and developments to readers and the scientific community in not-for-profit practices.
International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM) has continuously been promoting the not-for-profit Diamond Open Access journal publishing practices since June 2010. Thank you for your support and contribution as a reader, author, reviewer and/or editor of purely not-for-profit Diamond Open Access Journal (DOAJ) and IAAM’s official journal, Advanced Materials Letters.
World Health Organization (WHO) is concerned about the pandemic of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and controls its spreading at the high end. The International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM) intends to provide forum for high-tech healthcare. In the current scenario, IAAM called a multi-lateral consortium to developed medical technology to control the spreading of COVID-19 with the help of the interdisciplinary experts from multiple countries.
In March 2020, the International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM) released the third issue of the 11th volume of Advanced Materials Letters. Keeping in line with the agenda of the International Association of Advanced Materials in this new decade, this issue discusses ideas and new research that can facilitate the ‘Advancement of materials to sustainable and green world’.
Advanced Materials Congress, AMC, is the flagship congress assembly organized by the International Association of Advanced Materials. This is one of the most prominent congress assemblies in the sphere of materials science and technology, started by IAAM in the year 2011 to provide a prestigious platform to the active and upcoming materials science researchers, scientists, professionals, and business giants where they could come together and discuss the latest trends and developments in the scientific world.
Advanced Materials World Congress, AMWC 2020 was the 32nd assembly of the flagship event, Advanced Materials Congress, AMC organized by the International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM) at the Conference Centre, Voyager of the Seas, RCC, Sydney, Australia from 02 – 05 February, 2020.
Diamond Open Access (DOA) is a not-for-profit publishing practice that is an upgrade from the Gold model of the open access publishing policy. The diamond open access model works and sustains on the contributions of the non-profit and/or public organization(s). The DOA aims to promote not-for-profit open access publication and avoid obvious high burden on authors and readers for publishing and reading, respectively.
February 2020 marked the release of the second issue of the 11th volume of Advanced Materials Letters. The issue takes forward the agenda of IAAM in this new decade, i.e. ‘Advancement of materials to sustainable and green world’. The journal is published on the model of Diamond Open Access to make possible the wide dissemination of scientific knowledge and research. The February 2020 issue contains a total of 13 articles, including the editorial.
In the past ten years, Advanced Materials Congress, AMC, has gone through a glorious journey. The congress has achieved a lot in a decade, and, in the upcoming decades, the AMC is all set to launch new assemblies to move further ahead in its pursuit of expanding the scope of Advanced Materials.
With the release of the January 2020 issue of Advanced Materials Letters (AML,), International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM,) celebrated ten years of its not-for-profit publication initiatives. Released by IAAM in the year 2010, Advanced Materials Letters is the flagship international scientific journal of IAAM that works on the model of Diamond Open Access.
The International Association of Advanced Materials, IAAM, was founded as a non-profit organization on Wednesday, 20 January 2010, with the aim for promotion of advanced materials to global excellence. The organization works to create a highly interactive international network of researchers, students, professionals from academia and industries working in the interdisciplinary fields of advanced materials science, engineering, and technology.
The American Advanced Materials Congress (AAMC 2019), organized by the International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM) at the Conference Centre, Mariner of The Seas, Orlando, USA, during 08 – 13 December 2019, proved to be the bellwether for the flagship international conference of International Association of Advanced Materials: The Advanced Materials Congress (AMC) held in the American continent.
Advanced Materials Letters (AML) is a leading not-for-profit open-access international scientific journal published by the International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM). Launched in the year 2010 as the official journal of IAAM, the journal publishes high-quality peer-reviewed articles on materials science, engineering, and technology.
Asian Advanced Materials Congress was the 30th assembly of the flagship event, Advanced Materials Congress (AMC) organized by the International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM) during 31 October – 04 November 2019 at the Conference Center, Voyager of the Seas, RCC, Singapore.
International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM) hosted the October edition of the Advanced Materials Congress 2019 (AMC) in Stockholm, the city of Nobel Prize, from 9th –11th October 2019. IAAM is actively working to bring together researchers, academicians, business giants, and students on one platform to create an extensive awareness in the field of advanced materials science, engineering, and technology.
International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM) hosted the 27th assembly of Advanced Materials Congress (AMC) in Stockholm, the city of Nobel Prize, from 11 – 14 August 2019. IAAM considers it a matter of immense pride to have had the opportunity to welcome all the delegates in the 27th AMC assembly: the prestigious European Advanced Materials Congress (EAMC 2019) on MS Mariella, Viking Line, in the vicinity of Baltic sea.
International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM) hosted the 26th assembly of Advanced Materials Congress (AMC) in Stockholm, the city of Nobel Prize, from 10th – 13th June 2019. Advanced Materials Congress provides a truly interdisciplinary platform for scientists, researchers, professionals from academia & industries, and business giants in the field of advanced materials science, engineering, and technology to discuss the latest breakthroughs and progress in the sphere of advanced materials.
With the feat of efficacious 24 assemblies, International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM) organized the Silver Jubilee Assembly of Advanced Materials Congress from 24 – 27 March 2019 at the Conference Center, M/S Mariella, Viking Line, Stockholm, Sweden. With the motto of “Advancements of Materials to Global Excellence”, IAAM congresses are committed to delivering a global interdisciplinary platform for the students, researchers, and professionals from academia and industries to confer the advancement of materials to global excellence.
International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM) considers it a great pleasure and privilege to have successfully organized the 4th Baltic Conference Series at the Conference Center, M/S Mariella, Viking Line, Stockholm, Sweden during 14 – 16 May 2019. Baltic Conference Series (BCS) is a comprehensive forum organized by IAAM to discuss the recent trends in the Translational research and to bring people together for learning new-age technology.
The International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM) is delighted to organize the Silver Jubilee Assembly of Advanced Materials Congress (AMC), which will be held during 24 – 27 March 2019 at the Conference Centre, M/S Mariella, Viking Line sailing to Stockholm (Sweden) – Helsinki (Finland) – Stockholm (Sweden).
International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM) outreached the goals with the seamless journey since 2011. During 2018, nine International Congresses within the fields of advanced materials have been held in Europe and Asia and over 2,000 scientists, students and business executives from over 80 countries have come to participate.
During this autumn, five congresses in the field of advanced materials* have been held in Stockholm and over 1,500 scientists, students and business executives had come to participate. Since 2015, Dr. Ashutosh Tiwari, with a gathered expertise in different areas of research, from chemistry, physics, biology to medical, engineering and technology, has been arranging congresses with the ambition of spreading progress in advanced materials.
The 23<sup>rd</sup> Assembly of Advanced Materials Congress and 1st World Congress Series was held from 04 – 07 November 2018 at Stockholm, Sweden under the aegis of the International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM). The four-day event offered a coordination in three contemporary research fields – i) Energy, ii) Catalysis and iii) Plasma and congress paid the way for a new horizon towards the translational research and innovations for the market.
The 21st Assembly of Advanced Materials Congress is an international congress and was held this year from 03-06 September in Stockholm, Sweden. The theme of the congress, “A substantial move towards the New age Innovation and Technology-Bridging Sensor, Actuator, Polymer and Thin Film (SAPTFs)”, reflected the scientist-industry model that is valued for the advancement of society.
With the feat of extremely successful previous two meetings, International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM) was proud to organize the 3rd Baltic Conference Series (BCS) at Conference Center, M/S Mariella, Viking Line (Stockholm – Helsinki – Stockholm) during 09 – 12 October 2018.
Baltic Conference Series (BCS) is a comprehensive forum to discuss the recent trends in the translational research, innovations and technology for market. The BCS offers a global platform to the industries and academia for the commercialization of progressive research.
Stockholm the city where Nobel Prizes are awarded annually is also home to the European Advanced Materials Congress (EAMC). In 2018, EAMC took place during 20 – 23 August 2018 where more than 200 speakers from 63 different countries spoke about advanced materials innovations and technology to an esteemed and attentive audience.
The International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM) was founded with the aim to promote and encourage the advancement of advanced materials to global excellence. This incurs to build a highly interactive international network, which comprised of students, researchers, professionals from academia & industries and business giants, all of whom worked in the field of advanced materials science, engineering, and technology.
International Association of Advanced Materials is a name that needs no introduction in the world of advanced materials. Ever since its establishment in the year 2010, the organization has been working to create an extensively interactive advanced materials community to facilitate collaborations and engagements that could result in the rapid development of the scientific world.
With the emergence of the technological era, every sector is undergoing a massive evolution with smarter and more efficient ways to carry out activities. At the heart of these technological developments are advanced materials. Over the past few years, the process of inventing advanced materials has become extremely popular, with experts realizing the value of these materials.
Ashutosh Tiwari is one of the most influential figures in the world of advanced materials. He started out as a young scientist working in the National Physical Laboratory, India, and has since gone on to achieve great heights.
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