The 4th International Workshop on Advanced Materials and Devices 2023 August 10-13, 2023, Thai Nguyen, Vietnam

The 4th International Workshop on Advanced Materials and Devices (IWAMD 2023) will take place at Thai Nguyen University, Vietnam, from August 10 to 13, 2023.

Following the success of its conference series, IWAMD 2023 will promote a global collaboration with great scientific activities. It will bring together leading experts from various scientific disciplines in materials science, physics, chemistry, and biology, to discuss new discoveries and exciting advances that involve a wide variety of


Members of the international scientific community are invited to participate and contribute to the technical sessions of the workshop, which will include oral and poster presentations.

Workshop Chairmen

Prof. Nguyen Hoang Luong, VNU University of Science, Vietnam
Prof. Yoji Shibutani, Osaka University, Japan

Workshop topics:

◼ Magnetic Materials
     - Soft magnetic materials
     - Hard magnetic materials
     - Materials for spintronics
     - Nanobiomagnetism
     - Low-dimensional magnetism
     - Magnonics
     - Skyrmionics
     - Topological insulators
     - Magnetic oxides
     - Magnetics for energy applications
     - Magnetism and superconductivity
     - Spintronic devices and sensors
     - Novel phenomena (exchange bias, multiferroics, magnetocalorics, spin-caloritronics, etc.)
◼ 2D Materials and Heterostructures
     - 2D van der Waal materials (growth, characterization)
     - 2D heterostructures
     - 2D devices (design, integration, test)
     - New physical phenomena (e.g., spin-valley coupling, ferroelectricity-valley coupling)
     - Novel applications (e.g., spintronics, opto-spintronics, photonics, valleytronics).
◼ Semiconductor Materials
     - New semiconductor materials (growth, characterization)
     - Optoelectronic devices (lasers, detectors, solar cells, etc.)
     - Design and simulation of novel material based photonic devices
     - Surface plasmon enhancement on emission and detection
     - Photonic components and integration
     - Optical sensors
◼ Emerging and Novel Materials
     - High-entropy alloys
     - Caloric materials (elastocalorics, electrocalorics, barocalorics, etc.)
     - Spin gapless semiconductors

◼ Batteries
     - Materials design for lithium, sodium, and multivalent batteries
     - Metal anode batteries and all-solid-state batteries
     - Metal-oxygen and metal-sulfur batteries
     - Novel characterization techniques
     - Solid-solid and solid-liquid interface phenomena
     - Novel architectures for battery design
◼ Inorganic Materials for Solar Energy Harvesting
     - Nanostructuring strategies for novel inorganic materials
     - Emerging inorganic photoabsorbers, charge-transporting layers, transparent conductors (synthesis, characterization)
     - Theoretical prediction of novel inorganic materials for solar harvesting
     - New device structures for photovoltaics, solar water splitting, and photocatalysis
     - Novel electrocatalyst design, synthesis, and characterization for solar water splitting and photocatalysis
     - High-efficiency solar cells, solar water splitting devices, and photocatalysts
◼ Halide Perovskite Materials for Photovoltaics, Lighting and Beyond
     - Perovskite materials (synthesis, characterization)
     - Perovskite photovoltaics
     - Perovskite LEDs
     - Perovskite synthesis and stability advances
     - Perovskite quantum dots
     - Perovskite based memories and switching devices
     - Lead-free perovskites
     - Large area perovskite printing techniques and methods
     - Theoretical modeling and computational simulation
◼ Thermoelectric Materials
     - Thermoelectric materials (synthesis, characterization)
     - 2D materials and heterostructures with novel thermoelectric properties
     - Hydride thermoelectric materials
     - New physical phenomena (e.g., magnetic tunability of thermoelectric properties; Multivalley degeneracy and band engineering to enhance power factor)
     - Design strategies for multifunctional thermoelectrics
     - Novel device applications

     - Novel biomaterials (synthesis, characterization)
     - Nanomaterials for targeted drug delivery
     - Inorganic dendrimer synthesis and composites
     - Biosensors and devices

     - Quantum materials: fabrication, integration, theory, characterization, and manipulation, etc.
     - Quantum materials for energy
     - Solid-state quantum computing
     - Topological quantum computing
     - Photonics quantum computing and communications
     - Quantum sensing and metrology applications

     - High throughput techniques and models
     - Design of new materials based on machine learning and AI analysis
     - Machine-learning assisted human healthcare monitoring systems


Selected papers (after peer reviews) presented at the workshop will be published in ISI journals, including the Journal of Science: Advanced Materials and Devices (Impact Factor: 7.38).

Best Poster Award

An award for best poster will be made based on an evaluation of the scientific merit of the displayed work and the quality of the presentation of the work by the author. The winning author will be presented with a certificate and a $100 cash prize sponsored by the Journal of Science: Advanced Materials and Devices. All participants in the poster sessions are eligible to receive the award, however the author(s) must be present during their specified poster session time to be considered.

Workshop Proceedings Publication

Besides considering publication in the Journal of Science: Advanced Materials and Devices (JSAMD), authors also have the option of submitting manuscripts for publication in the workshop proceedings. Detailed instructions on the preparation and submission of the manuscripts will be announced shortly.