If you wish to develop sessions, you need to send your request to Dr. David Hui, and upon approval from the scientific committee, we will allow you to "co-develop" the existing session topics, of course the more reputable hard working co-developers the better.

    This is a partial list of the special symposiums, many more coming. We welcome suggestions of new topics and new sessions developers.  
    For the Poster of ICCE-26

    Prof. Paolo Mele
    Prof. Marco Breschi
    Dr. Cristina Artini
    Prof. Yoku Inoue
    Dr. Shrikant Saini
    Dr. Riccardo Carlini
    Prof. Tamio Endo
    Prof. Jose A. De Toro
    Prof. Josep Nogues
    Dr. Amit Khare
    Prof. Satoru Kaneko
    Prof. Paolo Mele
    Prof. Tamio Endo

    Prof. Cristiano Giordani
    Dr. Valentina Mussi
    Prof. Paolo Mele
    Prof. Tamio Endo

    Biomedical Application of Nano-Materials and Composites
    (See Below Paragraph)
    Dr. Yang Liu
    Nanocomposites for Energy Harvesting
    Dr. Shiren Wang
    Dr. Hongmei Luo
    Deformation and Mechanical Properties of Composite Materials and Structures 
    (See Below Paragraph)
    Dr. Qinghua Wang
    An Introduction of the "Porous Metals and Sandwich Structures"
    (See Below Paragraph) 
    Dr. L Jing
    Prof. ZH Wang
    Dr. QH Qin
    Interface Morphology in Thin and Nano-Film Growth
    Prof. Jean Ebothe
    Prof. Fabio D.A.A. Reis
    Biodegradable and Nano-Engineering Polymers
    Dr. Linxia Gu 
    Nanomaterials and composites for sensing and biosensing applications
    Dr. Yu Lei 
    Electrodeposited Composite Materials for Advanced Technologies
    Prof. J. Sort
    Dr. E. Pellicer
    Wood/Nature Fiber Plastic Composites
    Qinglin Wu
    Assembly of Composites Components
    David Hui
    Material Physics
    Dr. Wei Pan
    Multi-Scale and Multi-Phase Modeling in Composite Materials
    David Hui
    Carlos Navarro
    Natural Fiber Composites
    Jiri Militky
    Nonlocal Mechanics For Nanostructures
    Dr. Tony Mrumu
    Prof. Sondipon Adhikari
    Solar Cells and Optoelectronic Materials
    Prof. Zuowan Zhou
    Inorganic Filler Reinforcing Polymer Composites
    Prof. Qinghong Fang
    Dr. Ing Kong

    More description of the above can be found as follow                          
    Deformation and Mechanical Properties of Composite Materials and Structures

       Composite materials and structures have been extensively used in a variety of industrial fields due to their excellent performances. Their deformation characteristics and mechanical properties are of great importance for evaluating the effects of strengthening, toughening and optimal design. This session welcomes up-to-date research and review presentations about techniques and applications in measuring deformation and evaluating mechanical properties of composite materials and structures. Expected topics include but are not limited to:
    1) Evaluations of deformation, mechanical properties, instability and failure behaviors (including delamination, buckling, crack) under different mechanical loads, electrical loads, thermal loads, magnetic loads, coupling loads, etc.
    2) Applications in various composite materials and structures, such as reinforced plastics, metal composites, ceramic composites, composite building materials, micro/nano materials, laminated materials, film/substrate structures, semiconductor composite structures.
    3) Non-destructive deformation measurement techniques and apparatus, such as moiré methods, the digital image correlation method, laser or holographic interferometry, electronic speckle pattern interferometry, geometric phase analysis, the grid method, the virtual fields method, etc.
    A Symposium on Biomedical Application of Nano-Materials and Composites In ICCE-26
      Although nanoparticle preparation technology have been developed dramatically in last 20 years from the aspects of chemistry and material science, the translation of these developed technology particularly with an orientation of biomedical application has to face the interdisciplinary challenges crossing the boundaries of chemistry, material sciences and engineering, pharmaceutics and biomedical sciences. The major aim of the proposed symposium is to promote scientific communication and dialogue between purely material-based researches and technology-driven translational activates. Such symposium would also allow to facilities further discussion on translational challenges faced from both the scientific and the regulator aspects and on future research directions of developing novel nano-composites as enabling tools for the emerging stem cell biotechnology or potential biomedical products for diagnose and treatment. The scope of the symposium will cover the following aspects:
    •    Improvement of mechanical properties, biological response and functionality
    •    Delivery of drug, genes and stem cells
    •    Enabling tool for biotechnology
    •    Safety of nanomaterials and its composites

    An Introduction of the "Porous Metals and Sandwich Structures"

        Ultra-light, highly porous metallic materials (foams, honeycombs and lattices) have positive combinations of physical and mechanical properties, such as high specific stiffness and strength, good energy absorption capacity and high gas permeability, as well as high thermal conductivity. They are therefore of much current academic and industrial interest, expecting the more and more widely uses in many important fields. Common uses of porous metals include light weight cores for sandwich structures to enhance the load-carrying capability. A typical sandwich structure consists of two thin metallic/composite face-sheets, with a softer crushable porous core between them. The advantages of these sandwich structures relative to the corresponding solid monolithic counterparts of equivalent mass have been demonstrated. This symposium is aimed to provide an international forum for academia and practitioners to share the leading edge scientific knowledge in the related areas. It will update the latest progress of porous metals and sandwich structures covering the preparation, characterization and applications; quasi-static and dynamic response; and experimental, theoretical and simulation aspects.


    Topics of interest include but not limited to


    1)Material preparation, characterization and applications
    2)Acoustical, thermal and mechanical properties
    3)Constitutive modeling
    4)Stress wave propagation
    5)Energy absorption
    6)Dynamic response to blast/impact loading
    7)Ballistic penetration behavior
    8)Optimal design
    9)Multi-scale analysis
    10)Experimental techniques and methods