Date: June 15-17, 2020
Location: Courtyard by Marriott Bali Nusa Dua Resort, Bali, Indonesia

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MATERIALS SCIENCE CONFERENCE 2020

Following on from the success of Materials Oceania 2019, Prism Scientific Services is continuing its legacy in organizing premium materials science conferences with the objective to promote the gathering of scientists, students and industry experts to exchange and enhance their knowledge and ideas for future materials applications. The Materials Asia 2020 conference is scheduled during June 15-17 in Bali, Indonesia.

Extensive research on materials has unveiled many interesting and promising material properties for novel applications in transportation, medicine, electronics and photonics. In order to benefit mankind for such discoveries, it is must to cross the chasm between materials, technologies, devices, and their applications. This effort will require a multi-disciplinary approach combining research in materials design, processing, modelling, characterization, and metrology. Commercialization of materials is also important to fuel future research. The aim of this conference is to identify the paths between basic research and potential applications in transportation, green environment, catalyst, medicines, energy storage devices, energetic chips, artificial intelligent, and machine learning.

There is no other place like Bali in this world! Known as the Land of the Gods, Bali offers great beaches, countless waves for surfing and wonderful natural sites to visit and explore colourful ceremonies, and gifted artists. But, Bali is much more than that! There is a special vibe, an essence, something authentic that is difficult to describe, which has touched and inspired visitors from all over the world since decades. It has something to do with the Balinese themselves and their warm and welcoming character. You have to experience it to believe it. Bali is truly magical; it allows you to be who you want to be. June is the best time to visit Bali with the weather is driest and the days are sunny.

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Materials Science in Indonesia

Indonesia has many natural resources, such as minerals, coal, oil and gas, as well as tropical rain forest and plantations which should be a good starting point to building materials industry. The key players from the universities in material research are mostly staff members from UI, ITB, UGM and ITS and the research institutes are from BATAN (from the Material Center), BPPT (from the Institute for Testing & Construction) and LIPI (from Institutes for Applied Chemistry, Applied Physics and Metallurgy). With an annual production of about 2M tons of steel, the Krakatau Steel Ltd in Cilegon is the largest steel plant in Indonesia. Natural polymers such as cellulose and rubber have great economic values. The rubber plantation has been the traditional agro-industry which employs many people as it is labour intensive.

CAREER PATHWAYS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP PANEL AT MATERIALS ASIA CONFERENCE

The program is looking out for active students in order to highlight graduate/ undergraduate research and connect students with industry leaders, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, and representatives of federal agencies funding research in emerging technologies. This program includes a panel discussion that gives students an opportunity to hear from industry leaders, a session in which students will have an opportunity to present their research and/or entrepreneurial efforts, and an event where students will share their thoughts on the future potential of emerging technologies and then discuss their ideas with community leaders.

Materials Oceania Endorsements and Testimonials

Previous Materials Science Conference Speakers

Dmitri Golberg
Dmitri Golberg
Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Manijeh Razeghi
Manijeh Razeghi
Northwestern University, USA
Shizhang Qiao
Shizhang Qiao
The University of Adelaide, Australia
Amanda Barnard
Amanda Barnard
Data61, CSIRO, Australia
Rajender Varma
Rajender Varma
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, USA
Jiazhao Wang
Jiazhao Wang
University of Wollongong, Australia
Steven Denbaars
Steven Denbaars
University of California, USA
Jing Li
Jing Li
Rutgers University, USA
Sean Smith
Sean Smith
Australian National University, Australia
Yusuke Yamauchi
Yusuke Yamauchi
The University of Queensland, Australia
Hoydoo You
Hoydoo You
Argonne National Laboratory, USA
Tierui Zhang
Tierui Zhang
CAS, China
Isao H. Inoue
Isao H. Inoue
NIST, Japan
Osama O Awadelkarim
Osama O. Awadelkarim
Pennsylvania State University, USA
Yoshimine Kato
Yoshimine Kato
Kyushu University, Japan
Ivan S. Maksymov
Ivan S. Maksymov
Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Ryoma Hayakaw
Ryoma Hayakaw
National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
Alexander Vassiliev
Alexander Vassiliev
M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia
Barbara Szpunar
Barbara Szpunar
University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Hiromitsu Takaba
Hiromitsu Takaba
Kogakuin University, Japan
Morihiro Saito
Morihiro Saito
Seikei University, Japan
Ahmed Halima
Ahmed Halima
Monash University, Australia
Reona Miyazaki
Reona Miyazaki
Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
C. K. Jayasankar
C. K. Jayasankar
Sri Venkateswara University, India
Koji Matsuoka
Koji Matsuoka
Saitama University, Japan
Gerardo Byk
Gerardo Byk
Bar Ilan University, Israel
Beatrice Fortuni
Beatrice Fortuni
Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium
Kun Qian
Kun Qian
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
Katsumi Yoshida
Katsumi Yoshida
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Shalini Bahel
Shalini Bahel
Guru Nanak Dev University, India
Motohiro Yamada
Motohiro Yamada
Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
Joanna Wolska
Joanna Wolska
Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland
Nattakan Soykeabkaew
Nattakan Soykeabkaew
Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand
Nattaya Tawichai
Nattaya Tawichai
Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand
Ing Kong
Ing Kong
La Trobe University, Australia
Dakrong Pissuwan
Dakrong Pissuwan
Mahidol University, Thailand
Pol Lloveras
Pol Lloveras
Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Spain
Sunita Keshri
Sunita Keshri
Birla Institute of Technology, India
Benyamin Motevalli Soumehsaraei
Benyamin Motevalli Soumehsaraei
Data61, CSIRO, Australia
Jerzy Janik
Jerzy F. Janik
AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland
Ivan Nemec
Ivan Nemec
Charles University, Czech Republic
Tohru Kawamoto
Tohru Kawamoto
NIST, Japan
Isao Kagomiya
Isao Kagomiya
Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
Yu Cong
Yu Cong
Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, CAS, China
Ikuo Yanase
Ikuo Yanase
Saitama University, Japan
Haibo Wu
Haibo Wu
Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, China
Isaac Chang
Isaac Chang
Brunel University London, UK
Frank Czerwinski
Frank Czerwinski
CanmetMATERIALS, Canada
Xizhong An
Xizhong An
Northeastern University, China
Michael Walton
Michael Walton
RefMet, Australia
Annelise Kopp Alves
Annelise Kopp Alves
Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Teruyuki Komatsu
Teruyuki Komatsu
Chuo University, Japan
Julia Melisande Fischer
Julia Melisande Fischer
CSIRO, Australia
Heba Ahmed
Heba Ahmed
RMIT University, Australia

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