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X Encontro da SBPMat (2011)

Processo: 11/13002-6
Linha de fomento:Auxílio à Pesquisa - Organização de Reunião Científica
Vigência: 25 de setembro de 2011 - 29 de setembro de 2011
Área do conhecimento:Interdisciplinar
Pesquisador responsável:Daniel Reinaldo Cornejo
Beneficiário:Daniel Reinaldo Cornejo
Instituição-sede: Instituto de Física (IF). Universidade de São Paulo (USP). São Paulo , SP, Brasil
Assunto(s):Materiais 

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O X Encontro Anual da SBPMat terá 16 Simpósios, 9 Palestras Plenárias, além de apresentações orais e pôsters:Simpósios:A) Magnetic and Superconducting MaterialsB) Biodegradable Polymer MaterialsC) Electronic MaterialsD) Surface Engineering: fabrication, characterization, properties and applications of protective coatings and modified surfacesE) Materials with Negative Properties / 8th International Workshop on Auxetic & Related MaterialsF) Nanostructured Functional Materials for Advanced Energy and Environmental ApplicationsG) Molecular Modeling Materials ScienceH) Structure-Properties Relationship of Advanced Metallic MaterialsI) Sol-gel route to prepare new inorganic, hybrid and multifunctional materialsJ) Solidification of metals and alloysK) Supramomolecular organic materials for electronic, photonics and nanotechnologyL) Structure-Property Relationship of Ceramic Materials: Theoretical and Experimental AspectsM) Advances and Applications of Electron MicroscopyN) Prospects for materials science with synchrotron radiation in BrazilO) 1st Brazilian Symposium in Friction Stir Welding and ProcessingP) GraphenePalestras Plenárias:1) Prof. Jim de Yoreo, President of the US Materials Research Society (MRS), "Physical Insights into Nature's way of making materials"2) Prof. Gary L. Messing, Pennylvania State University.3) Prof. Paulo P. Freitas, INESC-MN and IN, Lisbon, Portugal.4) Prof. Terence G. Langdon, University of Southern California.5) Prof. Bruce Dunn, University of California.6) Prof. Donald Bradley, Imperial College London.7) Prof. Harry Tuller, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.8) Prof. Edson Leite, UFSCar.9) Dr. Marcus Freitag, Research Division of IBM T.J. Watson Center, New York. (AU)