International Conference on Clean Energy and Advanced Materials (ICCEAM)

The International Conference on Clean Energy and Advanced Materials (ICCEAM) will be taking place from the 14–17th November in Chongqing, China. The ICCEAM will consist of plenary lectures, invited talks, short talks and posters.

Clean energy and advanced materials have become a worldwide focus, due to energy demands and environmental pollution. The ICCEAM is a multidisciplinary international conference exploring new green energy and novel materials for energy conversion/storage, biosensors, biomedicine etc. It will provide an academic exchange platform to discuss the challenges, solutions and perspectives of green energy and advanced materials for global needs, as well as the new opportunities for green energy/advanced materials commercialization.

ICCEAM Conference Chongqing ChinaTopics to be covered during the conference include:

Energy Materials & Clean Energy
     – Organic and inorganic photovoltaics
     – Batteries and supercapacitors
     – Fuel cells
     – Hydrogen generation and storage
     – Water splitting and photocatalysis
     – Solar fuels and thermosolar power
     – DNA chips, nucleic acid sensors and aptasensors
     – Enzyme-based biosensors
     – Immunosensors
     – Lab-on-a-chip
     – Microfluidics and immobilisation technology
     – Printed biosensors and microfabrication
     – Proteomics, single-cell analysis and cancer-cell detection
 New materials for biomedicine
     – Controlled-release systems
     – Microcapsules
     – Targeted drug delivery
     – Vesicles and macromolecular conjugates
 Industrialization of clean energy and advanced materials

The Chair of the conference is Professor Changming Li (Southwest University, China, and RSC Advances Editorial Board member). For more details about the conference and to register, please visit the website:

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