About IAAM

International Association of Advanced Materials (IAAM) is an international organization to provide research and education forum for the developments of the rapidly expanding field of Advanced Materials Science, Engineering and Technology. The major goal of this association is to focus on the advancement of materials to global excellence. IAAM offers global forums on the interdisciplinary subject area of nanomaterials and nanotechnology; carbon materials, graphene and 2D materials; biomaterials; polymers; composites and ceramics; magnetic materials; structural, constructional and engineering materials; computational materials; energy materials; optical and electronic materials; environmental and green materials, etc.

Association organizes regular meetings, seminars, conferences, exhibitions, and symposia @Knowledge Experience at Sea on the three different formats.  

  • Advanced Materials Congress is a flagship conference in the field of materials science, engineering and technology.

  • Baltic Conference Series is a comprehensive forum to discuss the recent trends in the translational research, innovations, and technology for market.

  • World Congress Series is an international carnival for the promotion of science, engineering, and technology.

The popular events of IAAM includes European Advanced Materials Congress, American Advanced Materials Congress, Asian Advanced Materials Congress and Advanced Materials World Congress along with parallel events  Graphene Forum, Biosensors and Bioelectronic Materials Symposium, Smart Energy Technologies, Sensors & Actuators Summit, Microfluidics and Nanofluidics Summit, Nanogenerators and Piezotronics, Adhesive & Binder Forum, Thin Film & Coating Materials Technology, Drug Delivery & Tissue Engineering Conference, Healthcare Materials & Technology Conference and World Technology Forum, etc.

IAAM honors outstanding researchers and prepares a variety of publications in the subject area of Advanced Materials, including proceedings and journals named, Advanced Materials Letters and Advanced Materials Proceedings.