A Half-day Symposium on: Modeling and Experimental Characterization of Advanced Materials and Systems for Energy Applications In Conjunction with The 4th International Conference on Electrical Engineering and Green Energy.
Date: June 12, 2021
The present symposium addresses recent advances in modeling, experimental characterization and instrumentation for green energy applications. The symposium covers modeling topics that include: First-principle calculations, Density-functional theory, Atomic and molecular-scale simulations, Empirical / Semi-empirical methods, and Multi-scale modeling. Also, the symposium covers topics of experimental characterization of Advanced Materials as well as instrumentation systems including: (1) Characterization and evaluation of mechanical, electrical, magnetic, optical, chemical or thermal properties; (2) X-ray-based techniques; (3) Chromatography and mass spectrometry; (4) Analog / digital instrumentation and electronics. The symposium is dedicated to modeling and experimental research work in physics of advanced materials, green energy and applied physics. The relevant topics and applications include: Electrical engineering, Power & energy, Electronics & control, Communications & Digital signal processing, Sustainable energy, Nanomaterials, Nanotechnology, Modelling, Instruments to support science/technology, Computational methods, Experimental characterization and Optimization. Such applications help in realizing highly efficient and green energy systems that are developed toward the realization of a sustainable society.
Green energy, Power & energy, Electronics & control, Communications & Digital signal processing, Electrical engineering, Nanomaterials, Nanotechnology, Modelling, Instruments and characterization