Abstracts submission Opens: 15th March 2019
Abstract submission closes: (Revised)31st May, 2019

Notification of acceptance of abstract: (Revised)

30th June, 2019

Decision on oral/poster presentation: (Revised)10th August, 2019 

Prospective authors intending to participate in this conference are requested to submit their abstracts online on all topics related to Materials Technologies for Defence applications, such as, but not limited to:

Materials for aerospace and missiles applications

  • Modern and futuristic materials for Aeroengine
  • Lightweight materials for aerospace applications
  • High temperature materials and coatings
  • Materials for missile applications
  • Composite materials for airborne structures and missiles
  • Evaluation of mechanical properties and microstructures
  • Structural health monitoring, non destructive evaluation and life prediction

Materials for Armour, Armaments and Combat Vehicle

  • Metallic and composite materials for armour applications
  • Materials for armaments and related systems
  • Modeling and simulations of armour systems
  • High strain rate and ballistic testing of armour and armament materials

Materials for Naval platforms and systems

  • Metallic and composite materials for naval platforms
  • Corrosion protection and protective coatings
  • Coatings for functional applications
  • Mechanical properties evaluation for naval conditions

Smart and functional materials for current and futuristic defence systems

  • Materials for Magnetic, Electronic, Photonics, Thermoelectric, Shape-Memory & Microwave applications
  • Materials for various sensors and actuators of various defence systems
  • Materials for energy storage: Battery, supercapacitor, Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

Modern and futuristic materials processing techniques for defence systems

  • Special welding techniques for defence use
  • Modern metal forming techniques for components of defence use
  • Special solidification techniques for defence applications
  • 3D printing and other additive manufacturing processes for defence applications
  • Processing and machining techniques for composite materials
  • Process modeling for material processing techniques

Futuristic trends in defence related materials

  • Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME)
  • Flexible and printable electronics and 2D Materials
  • Bio-mimic and bio compatible materials
  • Soft mater (foams, porous systems etc.) engineering