Call for Abstracts

 

Are you interested in participating in this event with a contributed talk or poster presentation?

 

We are inviting you to submit an abstract for the parallel sessions on the afternoon of June 8th and 9th, 2022. The thematics for each parallel session are provided as questions—please choose what is most appropriate for your work. Depending on the number of submissions, the program committee will assign you either a contributed talk (15 minutes) or a poster session. The DEADLINE for abstract submission is January 14, 2022. You will be notified by e-mail of acceptance and mode of presentation (talk or poster) by February 7, 2022. Upon acceptance of your abstract, you will be required to pay your registration in full before March 15, 2022, to be included in the program.

 

Please complete the following application form.

    Parallel Session #1
    What will it take to make personalized and precision medicine mainstream within 15 years?

     

    Example: Gene/cell therapies and materials for personalized treatments and advanced materials for targeted drug delivery

     


     

    Parallel Session #2
    How are we achieving sustainable infrastructure for the future?

     

    Example: Advanced materials and sensors for infrastructure: sensient, energy efficient, self-healing, etc.

     


     

    Parallel Session #3
    How will the intersection of technologies for sustainable food, water and energy supplies advance Sustainable Development Goals in the next decade?

     

    Example: Emerging technologies for energy applications: materials for energy storage (batteries, fuel cells, supercapacitors, solar, etc.); emerging technologies for food supply and preservation: materials and sensors for precision agriculture, food preservation and distribution, etc.; emerging technologies for water and the environment: materials, sensors and systems for monitoring and improving water quality, for environmental remediation for reducing water impact from energy production, for improving resiliency to impacts of climate change, etc.

     


     

    Parallel Session #4
    How are we integrating quantum technologies into everyday life?

     

    Example: Materials, hardware and software for quantum computing, sensing, cryptography, metrology and communications

     


     

    Parallel Session #5
    How are we integrating the advancements of AI and robotics into everyday life?

     

    Example: Integration of AI, machine learning and robotics for health, cleantech, materials development, and transportation

     


     

    Parallel Session #6
    What does the future of advanced manufacturing look like?

     

    Example: Microfluidic manufacturing platforms, additive manufacturing and 3D printing, factories at the molecular scale, precision manufacturing, human-machine interface, etc.

    Contact

     

    For questions or more information: