International Conference on AMSAB @ NMIMS, Mumbai
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International Conference on AMSAB @ NMIMS, Mumbai

Researcher to discuss Materials Science & Applied Biology in International Conference at NMIMS

Sunandan Divatia School of Science (SDSOS) is organizing its first three-day ‘International
Conference on Advances in Materials Science & Applied Biology’ (AMSAB) on the 8th, 9th and 10th of January 2019. Abstracts on Nano drug delivery & Therapeutics; Biomaterials & Tissue Engineering; Applied Spectroscopy; Bio- & Chemi- Informatics and Application of Material Chemistry & Metabolomics Research are invited till the 20th of August. Interested delegates may call or register themselves on the website: https://www.amsab.nmims.edu/

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The quest for new knowledge has been a driving force for centuries. Even early Greek philosophers, including Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle, understood the need to present new ideas, question dogma, and participate in vigorous debate. In this era of rapid technological changes, face-to-face meetings provide an excellent opportunity to bring people together with different views and to further advance a field of study.

One of the most important forms of face-to-face formal communication is at a conference.
International conferences have the highest intrinsic value for every presenter, participant and delegate. It is at a conference wherein the best minds from across the world come together to put forth their views, discuss perspectives, challenge opinions and ultimately go back with a free and open mind, a refreshed sense of possibility as well as a deepened academic bank. Parallel to the spirit of such a confluence of ideas; Sunandan Divatia School of Science (SDSOS) is organizing a three-day ‘International Conference on Advances in Materials Science & Applied Biology’ (AMSAB) in January next year at the Mukesh Patel Auditorium. The conference is an interdisciplinary forum for researchers working in the areas of Materials Science and Applied Biology. The conference is aimed to disseminate knowledge about the recent advances made in these areas.

Researchers, academicians, scholars, faculties from many countries will be attending the conference to put forth their research for scrutiny from their peers to improve on their theory and final product. Countries such as Germany, United Kingdom, Japan and Israel have already confirmed their participation. AMSAB will provide an opportunity for researchers to present their latest research in their respective areas and devote those days amidst experienced academicians, industry researchers and peers, in scientifically motivating environment to exchange experiences and knowledge. Some of these presenters will be sharing cutting-edge research on a wide array of subjects such as Nano drug delivery and Therapeutics, Biomaterials and Tissue engineering, Applied spectroscopy, Bio- and Chemi- Informatics, Application of Material Chemistry and Metabolomics Research.

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The chief patrons of this conference are Shri Amrishbhai Patel and Bhupeshbhai Patel who are the President of SVKM & Chancellor of NMIMS and Joint President of SVKM respectively. Dr. Aparna Khanna, Dean of SDSOS will be the Convenor of this conference & Dr. Sudeshna Chandra and Dr. Purvi Bhatt, Associate Professor at NMIMS SDSOS will be the Co-convenors.

According to Dr. Khanna, “There are many benefits, both globally and individually, of attending a conference. It envisages global networking to inspire innovative research to provide solutions and drive systemic change. Further, eminent scientists across the globe will share their research and future scope for betterment of mankind.”

International Conferences are great opportunities to connect with attendees from different
perspectives and views, learn from them, make new relationships, and strengthen existing ones. Conferences pave the way for scientific cooperation by meeting and connecting with researchers from different countries. They also help in cooperating collective research projects such as edited books, special issues in peer-reviewed journals or funding applications. Not only do you further your education, but you also learn how to talk to people from diverse backgrounds. In an attempt to invite a greater number of people & give them a chance to participate, the organizing committee of SDSOS have called out to all the research fellows.

Themes

Nano-drug Delivery and Therapeutics

Ÿ Novel drug delivery systems
Ÿ Synthesis of nanomaterials
Ÿ Drug targeting and design
Ÿ Smart drug delivery systems
Ÿ Nanotoxicity
Ÿ Cancer and nanotechnology
Ÿ Advanced functional materials
Ÿ Nano medicine for Infectious and Non-infectious diseases
Ÿ Nano medicine in theranostics
Ÿ Nano carriers
Ÿ Major challenges in drug delivery
Ÿ Photodynamic therapy

Biomaterials and tissue Engineering

Ÿ Biomaterials and mechanobiology
Ÿ Biomaterials for stem cell propagation
Ÿ Tissue engineering (bone, cartilage, skin etc.)
Ÿ Nano and micro-fabricated hydrogels
Ÿ Tissue engineering for drug discovery
Ÿ Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine
Ÿ Challenges in biomaterials for tissue engineering

Applied Spectroscopy

Ÿ Mass spectroscopy
Ÿ EPR
Ÿ Fluorescence spectroscopy
Ÿ X-ray photon spectroscopy
Ÿ Raman spectroscopy
Ÿ Circular dichrosim
Ÿ Atomic absorption and emission spectroscopy
Ÿ ICP-AES
Ÿ Mossbauer spectroscopy
Ÿ Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy

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Bio- and Chemi-Informatics

Ÿ NextGen sequencing
Ÿ Genomics
Ÿ Chemical library screening
Ÿ Drug design and docking
Ÿ Pharmacogenomics
Ÿ Application in diseases

Applications of Material Chemistry

Ÿ Energy and environment
Ÿ Devices and sensors
Ÿ Nanocatalyst for solar fuel
Ÿ Supercapacitor and battery
Ÿ Nano biosensors
Ÿ Electrochemistry
Ÿ 2-D and 3-D imaging
Ÿ Nanoporous material
Ÿ Fuel cells
Ÿ Bio fuels

Metabolomics Research

Ÿ Metabolic engineering
Ÿ Metabolic profiling and finger printing
Ÿ Metabolite target analysis
Ÿ Systems biology
Ÿ Tools and techniques in metabolomics research
Ÿ Challenges in metabolomic research

Chief Patrons

Shri Amrishbhai R. Patel                                                 Shri Bhupeshbhai R. Patel 
Chancellor, SVKM’s NMIMS                                                            Joint President, SVKM
and President, SVKM

Patrons

Shri. Shalin S. Divatia                                                                      Dr. Jayant Gandhi
Honorary Joint Secretary, SVKM                                        Honorary Joint Secretary, SVKM
and Mentor, NMIMS                                                                and Mentor, NMIMS SDSOS

Conference Chair                                                Conference Co-chair

Dr. Aparna Khanna                                                                 Dr. Sudeshna Chandra
Dean, NMIMS SDSOS                                                  Associate Professor, NMIMS SDSOS

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Dr. Purvi Bhatt
Associate Professor, NMIMS SDSOS

Advisory Board

Ÿ Ajay Karakoti, Ahmedabad University, Ahmedabad
Ÿ Anjali Karande, IISc, Bengaluru
Ÿ Ashok Raichur, IISc, Bengaluru
Ÿ Dhananjaya Saranath, CPAA, Mumbai
Ÿ Dhirendra Bahadur, IITB, Mumbai
Ÿ Ehud Gazit, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Ÿ Enzo Palombo, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Ÿ Evans Coutinho, BCP, Mumbai
Ÿ Haridas Pal, BARC, Mumbai
Ÿ Heinrich Lang, TU Chemnitz, Germany
Ÿ Ipsita Roy, Westminster University, UK
Ÿ Jeffrey Anker, Clemenson University, USA
Ÿ John Fielden, University of East Anglia, UK
Ÿ K. V. Venkatesh, IITB, Mumbai
Ÿ Mangal Nagarsenkar, BCP, Mumbai
Ÿ Nancy Pandita, SDSOS, NMIMS, Mumbai
Ÿ Nguyen T. K. Thanh, London Centre for Nanotechnology, UK
Ÿ Padma V. Devarajan, ICT, Mumbai
Ÿ Prabha Nair, SCTIMST, Thiruvananthapuram
Ÿ Rama Jayasundar, AIIMS, New Delhi
Ÿ Sagar Mitra, IITB, Mumbai
Ÿ Shailendra Giri, Henry Ford, USA
Ÿ Shailza Singh, NCCS, Pune
Ÿ Tanemura Masaki, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
Ÿ Vaijayanti P. Kale, Symbiosis School of Biological Science, Pune

Registration

All attendees are requested to register for the conference. Online registration will start from 1st May 2018 on conference website. Delegates are requested to remit their registration fee through NEFT/RTGS mode of payment. The details are given in the conference website. One author must get registered for inclusion of paper in the conference. The conference fee includes Conference kit, copy of the proceedings, conference lunch, dinner, tea and refreshments.

Registration Fees*

Important Dates

Registration opens: 01.05.2018 | Abstracts Submission Deadline: 20.8.2018
Notification of Acceptance: 10.9.2018 | Early Bird Registration Deadline: 31.10.2018

How to reach Mumbai

Mumbai is well connected with air, rail and roads. Details are available at http://science.nmims.edu

Accommodation

NMIMS has a tie-up with some of the best hotels at special rate for conference delegates.
More details can be availed by visiting the link below

Conference Venue

Mukesh Patel Auditorium, SVKM’s NMIMS (Deemed-to-be University)
V. L. Mehta Road, Vile Parle (West), Mumbai – 400056. Maharashtra. India.


Contact Details:

Sunandan Divatia School of Science, NMIMS (Deemed-to-be University), Bhaktivedanta Swami Marg, Vile Parle (West), Mumbai 400056, Maharashtra, India.

Telephone: +91-22-42355955/56; Website: http://science.nmims.edu

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