2018 - Sustainable Industrial Processing Summit & Exhibition
4-7 November 2018, Rio Othon Palace, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Seven Nobel Laureates have already confirmed their attendance: Prof. Dan Shechtman, Prof. Sir Fraser Stoddart, Prof. Andre Geim, Prof. Thomas Steitz, Prof. Ada Yonath, Prof. Kurt Wüthrich and Prof. Ferid Murad. More than 400 Abstracts Submitted from about 60 Countries.
Abstract Submission

4th International Symposium on Science of Intelligent and Sustainable Advanced Materials (SISAM)
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This major symposium is in honor of the distinguished work and lifetime achievements of Prof. Michael Josef Zehetbauer, an outstanding scientist and enthusiastic representative of modern Materials Science. So far Michael Zehetbauer has published about 260 mostly peer-reviewed papers in high impact journals, which have been currently cited more than 5000 times, corresponding to an h-factor of 38. He has organized 9 international conferences and the publication of related proceedings, and has also edited the book "Bulk Nanostructured Materials" with 30 reviews of articles from world-renowned authors.

The scientific oeuvre of Prof. Michael Zehetbauer is based on fundamental works in the plasticity of metals and of polymers. Besides new findings raising the importance of dislocation kinetics for the strength of semicrystalline polymers, he has established the stages IV and V of plastic deformation, and a physical model called "Zehetbauer's model" simulating the strengthening in solids in terms of statistical interactions of screw and edge dislocations, and deformation-induced vacancies. His high expertise in large plastic deformation led him to pioneer the famous field of "Severe Plastic Deformation" (SPD) which allows to achieve nanocrystalline materials in bulk shape. Here, he highlighted the role of hydrostatic pressure for both reaching ultrahigh deformation strains and very high densities of defects especially vacancies which can cause considerable hardening as well. As of recent, M. Zehetbauer has been demonstrating the high potential of those SPD-induced defects for increasing the efficiency of functional materials, such as nanostructured thermoelectrics, hydrogen storage materials, and biodegradable implant materials. Following those important achievements of Prof. Zehetbauer, this symposium welcomes contributions illuminating and examining the complexities of Intelligent Sustainable Advanced Materials (ISAM) within the following topics:

A round table discussion open to everyone interested will be organized during the symposium. This will allow high level representatives of various industries, technologies, and academic disciplines to discuss and debate freely, without reservations, all topics of this symposium and identify possible research and development pathways towards a future industry with increased sustainability.

You are cordially invited to actively participate in this symposium by submitting and presenting a paper, or by attending the round table. We look forward to meeting you at the Rio Othon Palace in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on 4-7 November 2018. Contributed articles will be double peer-reviewed and published in the Conference Official Proceedings having an ISBN and an ISSN number, and available through many indexes such as Scopus, EI index, Google Scholar, CiteSeerX etc. Selected contributed articles will also be published in reputable Journals.

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Florian Kongoli
FLOGEN Technologies
Spomenka Kobe
Josef Stefan Inst.
Slovenia, [Bio]
Mariana Calin
IFW Dresden
Germany, [Bio]
Jean-Marie Dubois
Inst. Jean Lamour
France, [Bio]
Tamer Turna
TES Energy Consulting
Turkey, [Bio]