About Conference

Nanomaterials are corner stones of nanoscience and nanotechnology. Nanoscience and Nanotechnology has become one of the fast developing fields of research in the past few decades. It has a multidisciplinary nature with tremendous potential to create new devices and materials with a wide range of applications. The variety of nanomaterials is great and their range of properties and possible applications appear to be enormous from extraordinarily tiny electronic devices, including miniature batteries to biomedical uses and as packaging films, superabsorbants, components of armour and parts of automobiles. The impact of this cutting-edge technology has become so much more evident, especially in the arenas of medicine, industry, environment, agriculture, power, construction and so forth where, it has revolutionized the very face of these sectors.

The International Conference on Nanomaterials for Frontier Applications aims to bring together academic scientists, leading engineers, industry researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of Nanomaterials and their applications and discuss on the practical challenges encountered and the solutions to be adopted. International Conference on Nanomaterials for Frontier Applications will have distinguished speakers from around the world who will throw light on a wide range of topics of contemporary importance in science, engineering and technology of nanomaterials.

Photovoltaics have received increasing attention in the last decade from the research community as well as industry. Emerging areas in solar cell research include organic photovoltaics, dye and quantum dot sensitized solar cells and nanostructured inorganic semiconductors. The workshop on advanced materials for solar cell applications will provide a forum for exchange of technical and scientific information between international researchers in the field of materials for solar cell applications. This workshop will introduce the issues of solar energy conversion and the grand challenges in materials design to achieve high solar power conversion efficiency and practicality.