By Cameron Chai
Research and Markets has added a new report titled ‘Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology’ to its portfolio of offering.
The report includes selected peer reviewed papers presented in the 5th Biennial Conference on Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology (AMN-5) held on February 7 to 11, 2011 in Wellington, New Zealand.
The New Zealand MacDiarmid Institute’s flagship event is the AMN conference series, which provides a comprehensive interdisciplinary outline of advanced materials and nanotechnology. The series also offers an exciting forum wherein latest and noteworthy developments in the field can be discussed.
The report includes 55 peer-reviewed papers covering topics pertaining to nanotechnology, nanobiology, advanced materials, photovoltaics, advanced sensors, microfluidics, nanoparticles, spintronics, superconductors and nanoelectronics. The result is a timely and remarkable lead to these advanced topics.
According to a review from Book News, this report of 55 peer reviewed papers covers the research of several international scientists and students. A sampling of paper topics comprises polyaniline assessment for packaging applications, turnable Bragg gratings in thin films made of polymers, nanoparticle formation in Zr and Dy Doped YBCO MOD superconducting films, pinning force anisotropy for HTS wires and thin-film deposition of mixed-conducting ceramic membranes. In the report, all articles are indexed by author name and keywords.