ICNNN 2021 was held online during October 14-16, 2021


Proceedings ISBN: 978-3-0357-2684-8

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The papers provide the readers with an overview of many recent advances in the fields related to materials science and engineering technology, including modeling, analysis, computation, and optimization procedures, as well as experimental methods of the research.

Prof. Ramesh K. Agarwal, Washington University in St. Louis, USA and Prof. Kazuo Umemura, Tokyo University of Science, Japan delivered the keynote speeches.

Winners of Best Oral Presentations and Session Group

Then seven sessions were held to discuss the latest research and new findings. For every session, one best oral presenter was selected by session chair. Congratulation extends to the winners below.

Session I-Presenter: Prang Subpa-asa
From: Tokai University, Japan
Title: The Study on Blast Furnace Slag on Different Conditions as Curing Condition and Blaine Value Ratio Influence Improving Strength Performance
Session II-Presenter: MOHAMAD Amin Jumat
From: Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia
Title: Tailoring the Everolimus Immobilisation Time on Poly (L-Lactic Acid/ Poly (D-Lactic Acid) Scaffold for Biodegradable Stent Coating Development
Session III-Presenter: Bin Li
From: Southeast University, China
Title: On the chirality-dependent adsorption behavior of volatile organic compounds on carbon nanotubes
Session IV-Presenter: Katarzyna Berent
From: AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland
Title: Limpets Shell Microstructure as an Inspiration for Synthetic Materials
Session V-Presenter: Biali Fernando Lima Rodríguez
From: Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico
Title: Parametric Modelling of Biomimetic Propulsion Systems for Underwater Vehicles
Session VI-Presenter: H. Kobori
From: Konan University, Japan
Title: Magneto-Transport Properties and Hole Self-Doping due to Excess Oxygen Addition in Polycrystalline LaMnO3
Session VII-Presenter: Menandro Marquez
From: Mapua University, Philippines
Title: Supercapacitive performance of electrochemically