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Russian-Taiwanese Symposium

“Physics and Mechanics of New Materials

and Their Applications”

Rostov-on-Don, Russia, June 4 – 6, 2012

 

 

Programme of the Symposium

The programme includes the next topics, namely:

(i)              Materials: Ferro-Piezoelectrics, Semiconductors, High-Temperature Superconductors, Related Materials

(ii)            Synthesis & Processing: Powder Processing, Processing Technologies, MEMS-Processing

(iii)          Characterization: Microstructure Properties, Physical Properties, Mechanical Properties, Strength Properties

(iv)          Research Methods: Finite-Element Modelling, Acoustic Emission and Related Methods, Optic Interferometry and Related Methods

(v)            Applications: MEMS, Hetero-structures, Multimedia Communication, Underwater Technology, Marine Engineering



Objectives of the Symposium

The symposium will presents intermediate results obtained in fulfillment of Joint NSC-RFBR proposal No 10-08-13300. Moreover, in the symposium it is planned to discuss results in related

areas. General symposium topics include, but are not limited to advanced materials, their synthesis and processing, characterization, research methods, and applications. Key words for use in abstract submission will be presented on the symposium web-site under “Abstract Submission”. In particular, the reports will be devoted to original computer approaches, manufactured piezotransducers and other devices for underwater acoustic multimedia communication based on the microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), and the new experimental, theoretical and model results obtained, in particular for new piezoelectric materials and composites. The interchange by scientific results and discussion of directions for new joint researches will promote to significant motion in the way R&D of the more reliable and long-lived informative underwater devices based on MEMS-approach. Another goal of the symposium is to attract researchers from Russia, Taiwan and other countries to fulfillment of joint investigations and scientific collaboration.

 

The official language of the symposium will be English.

 





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