This highly interactive conference and exposition is designed to promote information exchange among scientists, technologists, engineers, entrepreneurs and exhibitors involved in materials science, specifically in the area of Advanced and Nano materials.
Dr.Maryam Tabrizian is professor in the Biomedical Engineering Department and the Faculty of Dentistry, and James McGill professor at McGill University. She became FRSQ-Chercheure nationale awardee (2006), Guggenheim Fellow in Biomedical Sciences (2010), the Fellow of the Biomaterials Science & Engineering (2011) and Fellow of Royal Society of Canada-Academy of Science (2017) for her contribution to the field of Biomedical Engineering and Biomedical Sciences. She has received her PhD degree in Physical Sciences from Université Pierre et Marie Curie-École Supérieure de Physique et de Chimie de Paris in 1990. She has established expertise in the design of nano-biomaterials and nano-biointerfaces for their application in nanomedicine, regenerative medicine and Lab-on-a-chip devices. She was the director of the Centre for Biorecognition and Biosensors (CBB) for 10 years that she founded in 2001.She is the author of over 200 peer-reviewed papers (H-index 59), 100 invited lectures, many book chapters, patents, and over 335 communications. She is currently the Editor-in-Chief of Materials (MDPI ISSN 1996-1944; CODEN: MATEG9).
Dr. Levan Chkhartishvili is Professor in the Engineering Physics Department at Georgian Technical University and Senior Scientist in the Boron-Containing & Composite Materials Laboratory at Ferdinand Tavadze Metallurgy & Materials Science Institute. He is the (co)author of about 320 publications, among them 2 monographs, 6 inventions, and about 190 journal papers and book chapters. His research interests are focused on geometric and electronic structures of boron-rich nanomaterials. In 2016, he was awarded with the Georgian National Academy of Sciences’ Certificate of Honor for scientific achievements in the field of Nanotechnologies. He participated in organization of many international scientific forums. In particular, since 2011 he is the Standing Member of the International Scientific Committee of the ISBB (International Symposia on Boron, Borides & Related Materials). He is Editor-in-Chief & Publisher of the Nano Studies journal and Editorial Board Member of Am. J. Mater. Sci., Am. J. Nanores. & Appl., Eur. Chem. Bull., Heliyon, Karbala Int. J. Mod. Sci., World J. Nanosci. & Nanotechnol., and other journals. Currently, he is Scientific Director of the Project: “Obtaining of boron carbide-based nanostructured heterophase ceramic materials and products with improved performance characteristics”.
Dr. Jérôme Claverie is currently Canada Research Chair in Organic and Hybrid Advanced Materials & Professor at Université de Sherbrooke, Shrebrooke , Canada. He has worked previously as a research scientist (until 2001) in National Research Center in France and then became Director of Chemistry R&D in Flamel Technologies a biotech company.His research topics include materials Chemistry, Polymers and Photocatalyst.