Announcements

  • 10 October
    2021
    Programme Announcement

Important Dates

  • 20 September
    2021
    Registration Open
  • 01 November
    2021
    Commencement Of Seminar
The seminar will be hosted by the Advanced Materials Research Centre (AMRC). The seminar will gather global experts in smart materials and structures and their various applications in aerospace, civil, optics, vibration and marine to showcase their research and engage in virtual discussions.

Keynote Speakers

Some of the world’s most accomplished and thought-provoking experts in Advanced Materials will present their latest research on vital sub-topics.

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Amabili, Marco

Prof. Marco Amabili is a Professor and holds the Canada Research Chair in Vibrations at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, McGill University, Montreal, Canada....

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Berardengo, Marta

Prof. Marta Berardengo is an Associate Professor at the Department of Mechanical, Energy, Management and Transportation Engineering of the University of Genoa since 2020....

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Elenchezhian, Muthu Ram Prabhu

Dr. Muthu Ram Prabhu Elenchezhian is a Post-Doctoral Research Scientist at Composites Manufacturing and Simulation Center, at Purdue University, USA...

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HosseinNia, Hassan

Prof. Hassan HosseinNia received his PhD degree with honours "cum laude" in automatic control: application in mechatronics, in 2013....

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Naumov, Panče

Prof. Panče Naumov is a tenured professor at the Division of Science and Mathematics, New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD), with a cross-appointment at New York University in NYC and leader of the Smart Materials Lab (SML) at NYUAD....

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Sekkat, Zouheir

Prof. Zouheir Sekkat is the Director of the Optics & Photonics Center, the Moroccan Foundation for Science Innovation and Research (MAScIR), Rabat, Morocco; Professor of University Mohamed V, Rabat, Morocco and Cross-Appointed Professor of Osaka University, Japan...

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Tubaldi, Eleonora

Prof. Tubaldi is Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Maryland, College Park. She received her Ph.D. degree at McGill University in 2017 in Mechanical Engineering....

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TZOU, Hornsen (H.S.)

Prof. Hornsen (HS) TZOU is the Director of Interdisciplinary Research Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics in College of Aerospace Engineering at Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (09/2015-…)...

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About AMRC and TII

 Advanced Materials Research Centre (AMRC)
Advanced Materials Research Centre (AMRC)

The Advanced Materials Research Centre – one of the seven research centres at the Technology Innovation Institute (TII) in Abu Dhabi – is committed to innovation in the use of metals and composites including, meta, nano, smart, self-healing, energy absorbing and additive manufacturing materials.

Technology Innovation Institute (TII)
Technology Innovation Institute (TII)

Technology Innovation Institute (TII) is a pioneering global research centre that focuses on applied research and new-age technology capabilities. It serves as the dedicated ‘applied research’ pillar of the Advanced Technology Research Council (ATRC). The institute has seven initial dedicated research centres in Quantum, Autonomous Robotics, Cryptography, Advanced Materials, Digital Security, Directed Energy and Secure Systems.

The Institute’s agile approach ensures that it is unhindered by the barriers and bureaucracy often associated with research and development. TII advances research rapidly through a defined research roadmap, approved research funding and state-of-the-art-facilities.

By working with exceptional talent, universities, research institutions and industry partners from all over the world, the Institute connects an intellectual community and contributes to building an R&D ecosystem in Abu Dhabi and the UAE. The institute pursues the development of breakthrough technologies that have practical use-cases and global impact.

Technology Innovation Institute reinforces Abu Dhabi and the UAE’s status as a hub for innovation and contributes to the broader development of the knowledge-based economy.