CALL FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION
ABSTRACT DEADLINE: March 09th, 2016!
Collaborative Conference on 3D and Materials Research (CC3DMR) 2016
Oral (15 min) and Poster abstracts solicited:
- Abstracts are solicited for both oral (regular: 15 min) and poster presentations.
- Qualified for one SCI conference proceeding
- Over 75 % suggested for SCI, SCOPUS, EI indexed journals
- Various session and social programs
Submit the abstract now to join in the CCMR 2016 in Incheon/Seoul, South Korea!
ABOUT Collaborative Conference on 3D and Materials Research (CC3DMR) 2016
Welcome to the Collaborative Conference on 3D and Materials Research (CC3DMR) 2016!
With the success of the past conferences Collaborative Conference on 3D & Materials Research (CC3DMR) 2011 held in Jeju island, South Korea, 2012 held in Seoul, South Korea , 2013 in Jeju island, South Korea, and 2014 in Incheon/Seoul, South Korea, 2015 in Busan, South Korea, CC3DMR 2016 will continue providing interdisciplinary forum for the open communication in understanding physical, chemical, and biological materials of any compositions and morphologies, including carbon nanotubes, graphene, nanoparticles, nanowires, and quantum dots. Materials research, the sciences and technologies for the generation, processing, and fabrication of materials, is where disciplines merge and where they diverge into a remarkable range of applications from electronics to health care that touch, or will soon touch, the lives of millions.
This collaborative conference series is established to enable technological developments in the various fields of materials and to further the goal of unifying materials research in engineering, physics, biology, materials science, as well as chemistry and neuroscience with a focus on 3 dimension (3D). CC3DMR 2016, as the sixth conference in this series, offers materials researchers the opportunity to discuss and exchange information with the frontiers in their fields and network with scientists from various other fields for potential interdisciplinary collaborations.
Please submit your abstract today!
We are looking forward to your join in Incheon/Seoul, Korea!
CC3DMR 2016 Team
How to join:
- Abstract template (Regular Oral): 15 min (Click to download)
- Abstract template (Poster) (Click to download)
- Please send your abstract to email@example.com !
- ABSTRACT DEADLINE: 09th March 2016
For more details of preparation of abstract, please visit
Full Paper Submission:
(Over 75 % suggested for SCI, SCOPUS, EI indexed journals)
Authors of accepted presentations are invited to submit their full manuscripts for publication reviewed as journal articles or book chapters. The followings are potential publishing titles:
Sessions are going to be organized in terms of relative topics. CC3DMR will run parallel sessions simultaneously. In this manner, participants would have choice of topics.
Programs including author list and dates will be available when reaching the conference.
Snapshots of Collaborative Conference on 3D & Materials Research
International Advisory Committee
- Zhiming Wang – University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
- Simon Ringer – University of Sydney, Australia
- Magnus Willander – Linköping University, Norrköping, Sweden
- Richard Notzel – Technical University of Madrid, Spain
- Yong Zhang – University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA
- Russell Cowburn – University of Cambridge, UK
- Armando Rastelli – Institute for Integrative Nanosciences, Germany
- Dongfeng XUE – Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
- Cardinal Warde – Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
- Toyohito Yatagai – Utsunomiya University, Japan
- Lambertus Hesselink – Stanford University, United States
- Yasuhiro Takaki – Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
- Ting-Chung Poon – Virginia Tech, United States
- Yongtian Wang – Beijing Institute of Technology, China
- V. Michael Bove, Jr – Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab., United States
Scientific Program Committee
- George Barbastathis – Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
- Eli Brenner – Vrije Universiteit, Netherlands
- Yi-Pai Huang – National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
- Osamu Matoba – Kobe University, Japan
- Nickolas S. Sapidis – University of Western Macedonia, Greece
- Georgios A. Triantafyllidis – Multimedia Technological Educational Institute of Crete, Greece
- Gerald Fuetterer – SeeReal Technology, Germany
- Masayuki Nakajima – Tokyo institute of Technology, Japan
- Pooi See Lee – Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
- Alexander Govorov – Ohio University, USA
- Klemens Rumpf – Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Austria
- Wanlin Guo – Nanjing University, ChinaChunlei Guo – University of Rochester, USA
- Nigel Sammes – Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea
International Organizing Committee
- Joseph Rosen – Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
- Christian Wöhler – Technical University of Dortmund, Germany
- Tibor Balogh – Holografika (CEO), Hungary
- Hiroshi Yoshikawa – Nihon University, Japan
- Tiejun Huang – Peking University, China
- Takashi Kawai – Waseda University, Japan
- Xingjun Wang – Tsinghua University, China
- Manuel Martinez-Corral – University of Valencia, Spain
- Mitsuteru Inoue – Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
- Milko E. van der Boom – Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
- Daniel Chua – National University of Singapore, Singapore
- Emmanouil Lioudakis – Cyprus Institute, Cyprus
- Li-Jun Wan – Institute of Chemistry at Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
- Abdel Hadi Kassiba – Universite du Maine, Le Mans, France
- Arunava Gupta – University of Alabama, USA
- Mitsuteru Inoue – Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
- Jihoon Lee – Kwangwoon University, South Korea
- Gan Moog Chow – National University of Singapore, Singapore
Local Organizing Committee
- Yo-Sung Ho – Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea
- Nam Kim – Chungbok National University, South Korea
- Jounghyun Kim – Korea University, South Korea
- Seokwon Yeom – Daegu University, South Korea
- Sungyoung Lee – Kyung Hee University, South Korea
- Jae-Hyeung Park – Inha University, South Korea
- In Kyu Moon – Chosun University, South Korea
- Sin-Doo Lee – Seoul National University, South Korea
- Seung Hwan Ko – Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea
- Jaeha Ryu – Gwangju Institute of Science & Technology, South Korea
- Min-Chul Park – Korea Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea
Incheon/Seoul [Evening Excursions & Friday tour]
Incheon is a city located in northwestern South Korea, bordering Seoul and Gyeonggi to the east. The city was home to just 4,700 people when Jemulpo port was built in 1883. Today, 2.9 million people live in the city, making it Korea’s third most populous city after Seoul and Busan. While people have inhabited the area since the New Stone Age, the city’s growth was assured in modern times with the development of its port due to its natural advantages as a coastal city and its proximity to the South Korean capital. It is part of the Seoul Capital Area, along with Seoul itself and Gyeonggi Province, forming the world’s second largest metropolitan area by population.
Seoul (; Korean: [sʰʌ.ul] ( listen)) – officially the Seoul Special City – is the capital and largest metropolis of South Korea, forming the heart of the Seoul Capital Area, which includes the surrounding Incheon metropolis and Gyeonggi province, the world’s second largest metropolitan area with over 25.6 million people. It is home to over half of all South Koreans along with 678,102 international residents. With a population of over 10 million, the megacity is the second largest city proper in the OECD.