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BIT's 3rd Annual World Congress and EXPO of Advanced Materials-2014  (WCAM2014)

06 Jun 2014 - 09 Jun 2014 - Chongqing, China



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    WCAM-2014 with the Theme of “Dream of Ubiquitous Smartness” will be held at Chongqing Yuelai International Conference & EXPO Center, China during June 6-9, 2014. It is intended to provide a platform for professionals around the world to exchange state-of-the-art research and development and identify research needs and opportunities in this emerging field.
      As the cornerstone of high-tech industry of the twenty-first century, Advanced Materials are even known as the "cradle" of new technologies, new products, and new equipment of all areas in a sense and will create a huge composite materials market on renewable energy. Based on its significance, WCAM will bring about enormous benefits as well as open up a new and broader pathway for information and experience exchange between China and the rest of the world.
        Keynote Speakers:
          Dr. Dan Shechtman, Philip Tobias Professor of Materials Science, Israel Institute of Technology, Israel. The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2011
            Dr. Navin Manjooran, Global Manager, Siemens Corporation, USA
              Dr. Florian Kongoli, CEO, FLOGEN Technologies Inc., USA
                Dr. Marek Kozlowski,  Professor, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
                  Dr. Zhifeng Ren, M. D. Anderson Chair Professor, Department of Physics and TcSUH, University of Houston, USA Top 100 Materials Scientists
                    Dr. Young-Woo Heo, Dean, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Kyungpook National University, Korea Top 100 Materials Scientists



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