International Conference on Electroceramics
             December 13-17, 2009 , University of Delhi, New Delhi, India.   Program for ICE-2009 is now available.
 
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“With the emergence of nanotechnology, MEMS, smart materials and next generation of sensors, the field of electroceramics has taken centre-stage. The continued growth of these areas will critically depend on the availability of novel electroceramics. This will require efforts on the part of scientists and technologists to develop newer types of electroceramics with tailored properties. The International Conference on Electroceramics (ICE) provides a forum for bringing together some of the best scientists and engineers from all over the world and enabling them to keep abreast of the latest developments and advances at the frontiers of the field. The next conference in this series, ICE-2009, is scheduled to take place at the University of Delhi during December 13-17, 2009. I invite all of you to take part in this important event and welcome you to New Delhi and to India with the fastest growing economy after China and a land with a wonderful civilization and culture”.

Prof. Ram P. Tandon
Conference Chair, University of Delhi

 
Scope of Conference
 

The field of electroceramics has found diversified applications ranging from the probing of the ocean beds to deep space in the form of smart sensors. The conference will include plenary and technical sessions covering a host of topics on electroceramics (but not limited to followings)

        - Ferroelectric, Pyroelectric and Piezoelectric Ceramics
        - Processing and Characterization
        - Glass, Ceramic, Composites and Devices
        - Intelligent Materials
        - Solid State Ionics and Fuel Cells
        - Sensor, Actuator and Transducer Applications
        - Nano-Structured Ceramics and Nanotechnology
        - Informatics and Communication
        - Computation, Modeling and Designs of Ceramics
        - Energy and Environmental Applications
        - Emerging Areas.

 

Government Sponsors

 

University of Delhi (DU)

 

Board of Research in Nuclear Science (DAE)

Council of Scientific and Industrial  Research

 

Indian Council Of Medical Research

 

 

Defence Research And Development Organisation

Department of Science And Technology

 

Ministry of Earth Science

 

 

 

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Corporate Sponsors

 

 
   Icon Analytical Equipments Pvt. Ltd

Taylor & Francis

Blue Star Limited

     
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