MSE - Call for Symposia

Be welcome to suggest YOUR Symposium for MSE 2016 and be part of the next TOP event of MSE-Materials Science and Engineering, taking place in Darmstadt, Germany from 27 – 29 September 2016!

Please find the list of the already placed Symposia for this event below to this email.

We would like to invite you to send YOUR suggestion, and YOUR creative idea, if YOUR symposium is not listed. We are looking forward to receiving YOUR suggestion in order to create a comprehensive scientific programme - new and rapidly developing areas in Materials Science and Engineering will particularly be considered.

Our main Topics will be:

Topic A - Functional Materials and Devices
Topic B - Structural Materials
Topic C - Synthesis and Processing
Topic D - Characterisation
Topic E - Modelling and Simulation
Topic F - Biomaterials
Guest Country: USA
Honorary Colloquium Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Kaysser

Please send us your suggestion consisting of a title, a brief summary of the intended focus of your symposium, the Symposium Organisers including their affiliations to:
mse@mse-congress.de

We would appreciate hearing from you till 1st October 2015 the latest. Thank you very much!

Please note the following important MSE 2016 deadlines:

• Deadline Call for Symposium: 1st October 2015
• Deadline Call for Papers (Lectures and Poster): 1st March 2016
• Authors Confirmation: April 2016
• Final Programme: August 2016
• Conference: 27 - 29 September 2016

Already placed Symposia for MSE 2016

Topic A: Functional Materials and Devices
Prof. Dr. E. Quandt, University of Kiel, Prof. Dr. M.J. Hoffmann, University of Karlsruhe
A01: High-Temperature Functional Materials, H. Fritze, TU Clausthal-Zellerfeld
A02: Advanced Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries, H.J. Seifert, KIT-Karlsruhe
A03: Energie Materials, P. Schaaf, TU Ilmenau, W. Jaegermann, TU Darmstadt
A04: Microstructural Evolution – Experiments and Modelling, E. Gamsjäger, Montanuniversität Leoben, M. Rettenmayr, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena
A05: USA – GERMAN-Symposium
A06: YOUR new Symposium?

Topic B: Structural Materials
Prof. Dr. C. Leyens, Dresden University of Technology
B01: Very High Cycle Fatigue, H.J. Christ, University Siegen
B02: Hydrogen embrittlement and delayed cracking of steels, T. Michler, Adam Opel AG, Rüsselsheim
B03: Low cycle fatigue of chopped fiber reinforced plastics, T. Michler, Adam Opel AG, Rüsselsheim
B04: Intermetallics: Physical Metallurgy, Processing and Characterisation, F. Appel, M. Oehring, J. Paul, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht
B05: Advanced Steels for Structural Applications, H. Biermann, TU Freiberg, W. Bleck, RWTH Aachen
B06: Bulk Ultrafine- and Nano-structured Materials, M. Wagner, P. Frint, IWW Chemnitz
B07: Hybrid Structures, J. M. Hausmann, TU Kaiserslautern
B08: Mechanical Properties and Microstructure, E. Kerscher, TU Kaiserslautern
B09: Surface Engineering and Functionalisation, V. Schulze, KIT-Karlsruhe, Prof. A. Lasagni, TU Dresden, Dr. C. Gachot, Universität des Saarlandes
B10: USA – GERMAN-Symposium
B11: YOUR new Symposium?

Topic C: Synthesis and Processing
Prof. Dr. R. Riedel, TU Darmstadt, Prof. Dr. S. Mathur, University of Cologne
C01: Coatings and Thin Films, J. Vetter, Sulzer Metaplas, Bergisch-Gladbach, A. Stüber, Krupp Edelstahlprofile, Siegen, M. Willert-Porada, University of Bayreuth
C02: Nanomaterials and Composites, K.-H. Haas, Fraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research, Würzburg, R. Gadow, F. Kern, University of Stuttgart,
C03: Materials for Additive Manufacturing Technologies, J. Stampfl, TU Wien
C04: Printed Electronics, T. Mayer, TU Darmstadt
C05: Laser & Plasma Surface Processing of Materials, X.F. de la Fuente Leis, Univ. Zaragossa, A.R. Gonzalez-Elipe, University of Sevilla
C06: Joining and Integration Issues of Composites, M. Ferraris, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
C07: USA – GERMAN-Symposium

C08: YOUR new Symposium?

Topic D: Characterisation
Prof. Dr. A.R. Kaysser-Pyzalla, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie GmbH, Berlin, Prof. Dr. C. Hébert, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
D01: USA – GERMAN-Symposium
D02: YOUR new Symposium?

Topic E: Modelling and Simulation
Prof. Dr. K. Albe, University of Technology, Darmstadt
E01: Transport Phenomena in Nanoscale Devices, S. Gemming, Research Center Dresden-Rossendorf
E02: Computational Thermodynamics and Kinetics, I. Steinbach, University Bochum, H.J. Seifert, KIT-Karlsruhe
E03: Multi-scale multi-physics modelling for nanomaterials and systems by design, A. Hashibon, Fraunhofer-IWM, E. O'Reilly, Tyndall National Institute, Ireland
E04: USA-GERMAN-Symposium
E05: YOUR new Symposium?

Topic F: Biomaterials
Prof. Dr. K.D. Jandt, University of Jena, Dr. T.F. Keller, DESY-Deutsches Elektronen-Synchroton, Hamburg, Prof. Dr. A.R. Boccaccini, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg
F01: Bio-Interfaces and Coatings, T.F. Keller, DESY Hamburg
F02: "Functional porous (Functionalized ceramics) materials for biomedical, biotechnological and environmental applications", K. Rezwan, Universität Bremen
F03: Biomaterials Application, A.R. Boccaccini, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
F04: Bio-inspired Materials, P. Fratzl, I. Burgert, MPI-Potsdam, T. Scheibel, Universität Bayreuth
F05: Bioinspired Materials Engineering, C. Zollfrank, Prof. Bartl, Univ. SaltLakeCity, USA
F06: Antimicrobial Biomaterials, K.D. Jandt, University of Jena
F07: YOUR new Symposium?

Honorary Colloquium Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Kaysser, HZG, Geestracht

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We are looking forward to welcoming you as one of the symposium-organisers at MSE 2016!

Best regards

Dr.-Ing. Frank O.R. Fischer
DGM - General Manager and Member of the Board, German Materials Society
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Materialkunde e.V. 

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