Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

There are many kinds of substances with extraordinary applications. In this context, biomaterials stand out due to their capacity to remain in touch with tissues of the human body. Biomaterials include a thrilling subject that has been notably and steadily developed during the last fifty years and encompasses factors of medicine, biology, chemistry, and materials science. Biomaterials were used for numerous applications, which include joint replacements, bone plates, bone cement, synthetic ligaments and tendons, dental implants for tooth fixation, blood vessel prostheses, coronary heart valves, artificial tissue, touch lenses, and breast implants. In the future, Biomaterials are anticipated to beautify the regeneration of natural tissues, there by selling the healing of structural, functional, metabolic and biochemical behaviour as well as biomechanical performance. The layout of novel, inexpensive, biocompatible materials is critical to the development of the living conditions and welfare of the populace in view of the increasing variety of people who need implants.

In this sense, it's miles important that the procedures employed for biomaterials manufacturing are affordable, fast, and easy to carry out. Several methodologies had been utilized for the preparation of new bioactive, biocompatible materials with osteoconductivity, and osteoinductivity. New biomaterials were introduced given that 1971. One instance is Bio glass 45S5, which is capable of bind to the bone through formation of a hydroxyapatite floor layer. The sol-gel techniques are actually used to produce bioactive coatings, powders, and substrates that provide molecular manipulate over the incorporation and biological conduct of proteins and cells and may be implemented as implants and sensors. In the literature there are several works on using the sol-gel procedure for production of biomaterials together with Nano bioactive glass, porous bioactive glass, and bioactive glass, amongst others.

  • Track 1-1Biologic Biomaterials
  • Track 1-2Bio functional Hydrogels
  • Track 1-3Ceramic Biomaterials
  • Track 1-4Polymeric Biomaterials
  • Track 1-5Metallic Biomaterials
  • Track 1-6Renewable Biomaterials
  • Track 1-7Electronic and Optoelectronic Materials
  • Track 1-8Inorganic Materials
  • Track 1-9Magnetic Materials
  • Track 1-10Thin Films
  • Track 1-11Metals and Alloys
  • Track 1-12Nanostructured Materials
  • Track 1-13Bioactive glasses
  • Track 1-14Biodegradable Polymeric Biomaterials

Composites Science and Technology publishes refereed original articles on the essential and applied technology of engineering composites. The awareness of this magazine is on polymeric matrix composites with reinforcements/fillers ranging from nano - to macro-scale. CSTE encourages manuscripts reporting unique, revolutionary contributions to the physics, chemistry, and materials technology and carried out mechanics factors of advanced composites. Besides conventional fiber reinforced composites, novel composites with vast capability for engineering programs are encouraged. These may additionally include, but aren't restrained to, nano composites, biomedical composites, green/eco composites, energy composites, and composites mimicking herbal materials. Manuscripts managing multi-scale and multi-functional troubles and performance as well as interdisciplinary processes to the study of recent generation composite substances are welcome. Analytical work must be validated. Publication of manuscripts reporting habitual processing, synthesis and property characterization are not a concern of CSTE. In order to expedite the managing of submissions, manuscripts might be given a preliminary review previous to the total reviewing technique to assess their suitability for CSTE. General Review articles as well as Feature articles covering topics of major pursuits to the readers will be offered at normal intervals, often at the invitation of the Editors. CSTE does not accept quick communications or letters. It is the aim of CSTE to play an effective role inside the fast dissemination of research findings within the everevolving subject of composite substances.

 

  • Track 2-1Fiber Reinforced composites
  • Track 2-2Automotive composites
  • Track 2-3Laminar composites
  • Track 2-4Particulate reinforced composites
  • Track 2-5Flake composites
  • Track 2-6Polymer-Matrix Composites
  • Track 2-7Ceramic-Matrix Composites

Biomedical engineering is a discipline that advances knowledge in engineering, biology and medicine, and improves human health through cross-disciplinary activities that integrate the engineering sciences with the biomedical sciences and clinical practice. It includes

  • The acquisition of new knowledge and understanding of living systems through the innovative and substantive application of experimental and analytical techniques based on the engineering sciences.
  • The development of new devices, algorithms, processes and systems that advance biology and medicine and improve medical practice and health care delivery.

The term "biomedical engineering research" is thus defined in a broad sense: It includes not only the relevant applications of engineering to medicine but also to the basic life sciences.

 

  • Track 3-1Bio Medical Mechanical Engineering
  • Track 3-2Bio Medical Electrical Engineering
  • Track 3-3Bio Medical Computer Engineering
  • Track 3-4Bio Medical Chemical Engineering

3-D Printing production will extensively change our production system. It is also called the 1/3 business revolution. But how does it work, what products may be printed and the way will it alternate the world?

3-D printing or Additive Manufacturing in famous terms isn't always simply one generation. Currently there are numerous technologies (and -variations) that cowl the term 3-D printing. It is called additive manufacturing because new fabric is constantly brought to the object.

Material is most effective brought where it's miles wanted, layer through printers, but no matter the technology involved, all are additive and build the item layer through layer. The additive manufacturing or 3D printing technologies may be divided in numerous classes.

 

  • Track 4-1Additive Manufacturing and 3D Robotics
  • Track 4-23D Ceramics Printing
  • Track 4-3Medical 3D Printing: Orthodontics and Prosthetics Organ Printing
  • Track 4-4Additive Manufacturing
  • Track 4-53D Bio printing of Multilevel Vessels
  • Track 4-6Material Considerations for 3D Printing in Tissue Engineering

Regenerative medication represents a new paradigm in human fitness with the potential to solve unmet medical desires by way of addressing the underlying causes of disease. The emerging field of regenerative medicinal drug is precise in its goal to augment, repair, replace or regenerate organs and tissue that have been broken by means of disease, injury or even the natural growing older process. This swiftly evolving, interdisciplinary field is transforming healthcare by using translating essential technology into quite a few regenerative technologies such as biologics, chemical compounds, substances and devices. It differs from other fields of medicinal drug within the array of disciplines it brings together and in its ability to create or harness the body’s innate restoration capacity.

Currently, the good sized majority of treatments for continual and/or life-threatening sicknesses are palliative. Others put off disease progression and the onset of complications related to the underlying illness. Very few treatment plans in use nowadays are able to curing or significantly converting the course of disease. The end result is a healthcare machine harassed by way of costly treatments for an ageing, more and more sick population, with few solutions for containing rising costs. The first-rate manner to significantly enhance the economics of our contemporary healthcare device is to develop greater effective treatments for the maximum burdensome illnesses and conditions—diabetes, neurodegenerative disorders, stroke and cardiovascular disease, for example—to facilitate longer, more healthy and extra productive lives.

 

  • Track 5-1Stem cells
  • Track 5-2Natural and Synthetic Scaffolds
  • Track 5-3Organ Transplant
  • Track 5-4Regenerative Rehabilitation
  • Track 5-5Chip Technologies
  • Track 5-6Cellular Therapies
  • Track 5-7Clinical Trails
  • Track 5-8Regenerative Surgery
  • Track 5-9Regenerative Medicine Challenges

Tissue engineering is an interdisciplinary subject that applies the ideas and strategies of bioengineering, cloth science, and existence sciences toward the meeting of biologic substitutes with the intention to restore, maintain, and enhance tissue functions following harm either by using ailment or traumatic processes.

The widespread concepts of tissue engineering involve combining dwelling cells with a natural / artificial guide or scaffold to construct a three dimensional residing construct that is functionally, structurally and mechanically identical to or higher than the tissue this is to be replaced.

The improvement of this type of construct cells for a careful selection of four key materials:

1) Scaffold,

2) Growth factors,

3) Extracellular matrix, and

4) Cells.

Much development has been made within the field of tissue engineering, but further work in the direction of organ and tissue substitute is necessary. The optimal mobile source, scaffold design, and in vitro bioreactors, the use and improvement of micro fabrication technology to create vascularized tissues and organs are still being investigated. The search for and use of the ideal multi robust or pluripotent stem cellular in tissue engineering is an emerging concept. Certainly, many regions of stem cellular studies and their potential clinical programs are associated with controversies; therefore, it is essential to deal with the ethical, legal, and social troubles early.

 

  • Track 6-1Bioreactors in Tissue Engineering
  • Track 6-2Grafts in Tissue Engineering
  • Track 6-3Natural Scaffolds
  • Track 6-4Futuristic components of TE
  • Track 6-5Nano technology in TE
  • Track 6-6Microfluidics in TE
  • Track 6-7Synthetic Scaffolds
  • Track 7-1Nano Medicine
  • Track 7-2Nano Biotechnology
  • Track 7-3Nano sensors
  • Track 7-4Nanofabrication
  • Track 7-5DNA Nanotechnology
  • Track 7-6HIV/AIDS treatment
  • Track 7-7Nanoparticle production
  • Track 7-8Nano Robotics
  • Track 7-9New-Nano Materials
  • Track 8-1Development of Human Chondrocyte
  • Track 8-2Xenotransplantation
  • Track 8-3Tendon Regeneration and Repair
  • Track 8-4Therapeutic Potential of Cell Encapsulation
  • Track 9-1Nitinol
  • Track 9-2Stimuli Responsive Materials
  • Track 9-3Bioactive Smart Materials
  • Track 9-4Smart materials in drug delivery
  • Track 9-5Emerging Smart Materials
  • Track 9-6Immune Engineering
  • Track 9-7Colour changing materials
  • Track 9-8Light‐emitting materials
  • Track 9-9Shape memory materials
  • Track 9-10Self‐assembling materials
  • Track 9-11Self‐repairing materials
  • Track 10-1Bio robotics-Micro robots and prosthetics
  • Track 10-2Bio Signals and Signal acquisition
  • Track 10-3Bio wearable systems
  • Track 10-4Computational Modelling
  • Track 10-5Advances in Biosensor technology
  • Track 10-6Feature Challenges in Biosensor technology
  • Track 10-7Electrochemical DNA Biosensor
  • Track 10-8Microfluidics Biosensor
  • Track 10-9Cell based Biosensor
  • Track 10-10Cell based Biosensor
  • Track 10-11Lab-on-chip – CMOS Integration
  • Track 10-12In vitro diagnostics
  • Track 10-13In vivo diagnostics
  • Track 11-1Bio photonics – Nano photonics
  • Track 11-2Virtual colonoscopy
  • Track 11-3Lung cancer screening
  • Track 11-4Bone density analysis
  • Track 12-1Preparation of Functional Materials
  • Track 12-2Development of DNA Based Active Macro–Materials
  • Track 12-3Metallic Materials via Low Temperature Processing
  • Track 12-4Preparation of Nano cellulose
  • Track 12-5Welding/Joining/Brazing
  • Track 12-6Surface, Micro, and Nano scale Processing
  • Track 12-7Extraction and Refining
  • Track 12-8Recycling and Disposal
  • Track 13-1Medical implants
  • Track 13-2Methods to promote healing of human tissues
  • Track 13-3Regenerated human tissues
  • Track 13-4Molecular probes
  • Track 13-5Nanoparticle
  • Track 13-6Biosensors
  • Track 13-7Drug-delivery systems
  • Track 15-1Thrombosis
  • Track 15-2Hemolysis
  • Track 15-3Inflammations
  • Track 15-4Carcinogenesis
  • Track 15-5Hypersensitivity
  • Track 15-6Systemic effects
  • Track 16-1Decellularization
  • Track 16-2Micro vascular Prostheses
  • Track 17-1Composite materials
  • Track 17-2Biopolymers and synthetic polymers
  • Track 17-3Fibrin Biomaterials
  • Track 17-4Synthetic polymers
  • Track 17-5Polyurethane Biomaterials
  • Track 17-6Stem cell Technologies
  • Track 17-7Contact Lens Materials
  • Track 20-1Rehabilitation
  • Track 20-2External support devices
  • Track 21-1Cardiovascular
  • Track 21-2Dental
  • Track 21-3Orthopedic
  • Track 21-4Wound Healing
  • Track 21-5Plastic Surgery
  • Track 21-6Ophthalmology
  • Track 21-7Tissue Engineering
  • Track 21-8Neural Engineering
  • Track 21-9Drug-Delivery Systems