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PRESENTATION AND CALL FOR PAPERS
The International Congress of Metallurgy and Materials, to be held during October 2014, encompasses the following scientific meetings: XIII IBEROMAT, 14◦ SAM/CONAMET, XIII MATERIA
Symposium and School on Nanostructured Porous Materials.
PRESENTATION
The International Congress of Metallurgy and Materials SAM-CONAMET/IBEROMAT 2014, which also encompasses the Materia Symposium 2014 and the School on Nanostructured Porous Materials, will take
place in Santa Fe, capital city of the same province, Argentina. The Santa Fe de la Vera Cruz city occupies
the 9th place among Argentina’s most populated cities, with 400,000 inhabitants, and is located in the
center-east region of the country. It is surrounded by the Setúbal lagoon, the Salado river and the Santa
Fe stream. The main venue of the event will be the historical building of the former Gral. Manuel Belgrano
railway station, which was renovated as a cultural and convention center.
The congress will be held during the International Year of
Crystallography, as was declared by the United Nations (UN),
being this one of the most relevant areas regarding the study and
characterization of materials.
ABOUT THE CONGRESS
The SAM-CONAMET/IBEROMAT congress is the greatest iberoamerican conference covering research,
technology and applications of Materials Science. The main objective of this congress is to bring together
the iberoamerican community in the field in order to establish contact between people, improve the integration and present and discuss in a critical way the latest developments and innovations in the Materials
Science area. Hence, this congress constitutes an update regarding cutting edge research on new materials and allows people to know about the current situation of research in the iberoamerican region.
During the years the congress has been growing in terms of number of participants, counting in its last
edition with assistants from more than 20 countries of Europe and The Americas presenting more than
700 works. In this edition, the presentation of about 800 works and more than 400 assistants coming
from academic, governmental, industrial and research fields are expected.
The current edition is organized through a series of plenary, semi-plenary, oral, poster and roundtable
presentations. The topics covered by the congress are:
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Processing and extractive metallurgy
Casting, solidification and welding
Powder metallurgy
Physical metallurgy, plastic deformation and mechanical properties
C5 Heat treatments and phase transformations
C6 Corrosion protection and electrochemistry
C7 Thin films and surface treatments
C8 Fracture, fatigue and failure analysis
C9 Trybology, surfaces and wear
C10 Ceramic, refractory and vitreous materials
C11 Construction materials
C12 Polymeric materials
C13 Biomaterials
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C20
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Lignocellulosic materials
Composite materials
Nuclear materials
Nanostructured materials (see symposium topics)
Semiconducting, electronic and magnetic materials
Superconductors and ionic conductors
Material characterization by optical, acoustic and
other methods
Computational simulation of materials
Historical metallurgy
Education in science and technology of materials
Technological transference
Quality control and related topics
The participation of the following speakers is expected:
Pedro Portella (BAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, Germany)
María Vallet (Facultad de Farmacia, Universidad Complutense, Spain)
Dechamir Hotza (Universidad Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil)
Leigh Canham (psiMedica, United Kingdom)
Marc Aucouturier (Institut de Chimie, CNRS, France)
Tiberio Ezquerra (Instituto de Estructura de la Materia, IEM-CSIC, Madrid, Spain)
Alicia Durán (Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio, Madrid, Spain)
Ignacio Martín Bragado (Instituto Madrileño de Estudios Avanzados en Materiales, Madrid, Spain)
Aldo Craievich (Institute of Physics of the University of São Paulo, Brazil)
Hernán Santander (Universidad de Atacama, Chile)
Andrés Cantarero (Departamento de Física Aplicada, Universidad de Valencia, Spain)
Manuel Carsí Cebrian (Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Metalurgicas, Madrid, Spain)
Christoph Longeaud (École Supérieure d’Electricité, Paris, France)
Bernardo Molinas (Venezia Tecnologie SpA, Italy)
Diego Lamas (Univ. Nac. del Comahue, Argentina)
Fernando Álvarez (UNICAMP, Brazil)
INVITATION TO GRADUATE AND RECENTLY GRADUATED STUDENTS Graduate students and recently graduated students are invited to present their works at IBEROMAT. There will be a dedicated sector for this purpose
and presented works will be evaluated by the scientific committee. Works should be mainly of the students
authory, or even directly the abstract of their final graduation project or thesis. Those works developed in
collaboration with other researchers will not be allowed. Up to two authors per work will be permitted. Three
works will be selected for oral presentations during normal sessions and the rest of the accepted works will
be shown as poster presentations. Each student with an accepted work will receive a free registration benefit
and partial coverage of lodging. The presentations will be evaluated during the congress and there will be an
award for each category, namely graduate student and graduated student. The deadline for presentation is
the same as for IBEROMAT, where each student will have to make clear that the presented work is a student
work.
ABOUT THE SYMPOSIUM
The Materia Symposium was created by a group of latin-american researchers who are also responsible for the journal Revista Materia (http://www.materia.coppe.ufrj.br) and for the Itinerant School of
Materials. The realization sequence includes: Valparaíso, Chile (I:1995); Bariloche, Argentina (II:1996
and VIII:2003); Montevideo, Uruguay (III:1997); Caracas, Venezuela (IV:1998); Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
(V:2000); Mexico City, Mexico (VI:2001); Santiago, Chile (VII:2002); Arequipa, Peru (IX:2004); Cartagena de índias, Colombia (X:2005); Morelia, Mexico (XI:2007); Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (XII: 2010). In its
thirteenth version the Materia Symposium will take place again in Argentina, at Santa Fe city. During this
meeting the main issue will be about nanostructured materials and, also, the symposium will include a
Summer School about nanostructured porous materials.
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The Materia Symposium is organized through a series of plenary, semi-plenary, oral, poster and roundtable
presentations. Some of these activities will be shared with the Congress, while others will be performed
simultaneously.
The topics covered by the symposium are the following:
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Fabrication of nanostructured materials
Nanocomposites
Nanoparticles, nanotubes and nanowires
Nanostructured porous materials
Functionalization of nanostructured materials
Characterization of nanostructured materials
Surfaces and interfaces
Applications of nanostructured materials
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S8.3
S8.4
S8.5
S8.6
S8.7
Energy generation
Medical applications
Hydrogen storage
Photonic applications
Sensors and biosensors
Catalysts
Emerging applications
The participation of the following speakers is expected:
Leigh Canham (psiMedica, United Kingdom)
Marc Aucouturier (Institut de Chimie, CNRS, France)
Mattias Thommes (Quantachrome Instruments, USA)
Michael Sailor (University of Califormia, San Diego, USA)
Roberto Zysler (Centro Atómico Bariloche, Instituto Balseiro, Argentina)
Roberto Salvarezza (INIFTA, La Plata, Argentina)
Andrés Cantarero (Departamento de Física Aplicada, Universidad de Valencia, Spain)
Rodolfo Miranda (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain)
Rochel Montero Lago (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil)
ABOUT THE SCHOOL
The school is part of the itinerant schools that have accompanied the Materia symposium. In this edition
the main subject will be nanostructured porous materials, in line with the symposium topics. Depending on the availability of funds, an economic assistance will be offered for students participating in the
school. The lectures will be in spanish, portuguese or english. The school will take place previous to the
symposium, from October 18 to 20, 2014, in the Auditorium at the B. Houssay building, located in 3450
Güemes street (150 m far from Belgrano railway station). The activities during the school will include
24 lectures of 55 minutes each, being divided in three main general topics:
1. Nanostructured porous materials synthesis
2. Porosity models and characterization of porous materials
3. Applications of nanostructured porous materials
The tentative schedule for the school contemplates the participation of the following researchers:
Michael Sailor (Universidad de California, San Diego, USA)
Lluis Marsal (Universidad Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain)
Galo Soler Illia (CNEA, Argentina)
Karim Sapag (INFAP, Universidad Nacional de San Luis, Argentina)
Mattias Thommes (Quantachrome Instruments, USA)
Raúl Urteaga (IFIS Litoral, Santa Fe, Argentina)
Leigh Canham (psiMedica, United Kingdom)
Eduardo Miró (INCAPE, Santa Fe, Argentina)
Vivechana Agarwal (Univ. Autónoma del Estado de Morelos, Mexico)
Paulo Emilio Valadão de Miranda (COPPE-UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
IMPORTANT DATES
The following dates correspond jointly to the three events that will be held together, i.e. the Congress, the
Symposium and the School.
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Preregistration and abstract submission
Abstract acceptance communication
Start of early registration
Paper submission
Paper acceptance communication
Start of late registration
School on NPM
Start of congress and symposium
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1–31 Mar 2014
5 May 2014
6 May 2014
1 Jun – 14 Jul 2014
1 Sep 2014 (estimated)
1 Sep 2014 (estimated)
18–20 Oct 2014
21 Oct 2014
CONSIDERATIONS ABOUT REGISTRATION
Despite the fact that the event is divided in two sub-events, namely congress (SAM-CONAMET-IBEROMAT)
and symposium (MATERIA), the registration process is the same. In turn, registration to School will have
certain particular considerations regarding admission since there will be a priori a limited quota of assistants. This is to say that any registered person will be able to assist to any of the plenary, semiplenary,
oral, poster presentations, etc., independently of the event they belong to.
The registration process consists of three stages, as follows:
Stage
1. Preregistration
2. Early registration
3. Late registration
Description
Required only for those who submit an abstract
Required for all who assist to the event, independently if presenting work or not
Will contemplate registrations after the deadline for
early registration
Start date
1 Mar 2014
6 May 2014
End date
31 Mar 2014
31 Ago 2014
1 Sep 2014
23 Oct 2014
REGISTRATION FEES
Values are in USD (U$S). For those who pay with argentinian pesos (AR$), the official exchange rate will
be taken into account at the time of payment.
SAM AFA SUF fellowship
SOCHIM fellowship
No fellowship
Professional
Early Late
200
300
190
300
270
370
Postgraduate Student
Early
Late
140
210
135
210
160
240
Graduate Student
Early
Late
70
70
70
70
70
70
Payment will be available after the Abstract acceptance communication date, i.e. from May 6. Payment
will be performed through a web platform available in the congress website. The deadline for Early
payment will coincide with the deadline for Paper submission. See Important dates.
The registration fee includes:
Access to all conferences and presentations
Welcoming lunch and concert
Coffee breaks
Congress banquet (except graduate students*)
Conference materials
Graduate and postgraduate students will have to certify their condition by attaching a suitable and official
Student Certificate to the payment’s transfer receipt.
*Graduate students will have the chance to assist to the congress banquet after paying the corresponding fee
at the congress registration stand.
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PREREGISTRATION AND ABSTRACT SUBMISSION
Abstract submission will be available through an OCS (Open Conference System), which will be at disposal from March 1st 2014. This system requires a user registration step (with corresponding password),
which will be needed for preregistration. Abstracts should be written in spanish or english and the maximum allowed length is 300 (three-hundred) words. As said before, preregistration is only required for
those who are willing to present their work/s at the congress. For each accepted abstract, the payment of
early registration by at least one of the authors will be required. Each OCS registered user will be able
to submit up to 3 (three) works.
The works presented at the congress will be electronically published and endorsed under an ISBN
code. The possibility of publishing the congress Proceedings in an indexed international journal is being
analyzed.
COMMITTEES
Organizing committee
A. Huespe (CIMEC, Argentina)
J. A. Schmidt (IFIS, Argentina)
N. Budini (IFIS-UTN, Argentina)
S. Brühl (UTN, Argentina)
J. Gaitán (UTN, Argentina)
R. R. Koropecki (IFIS, Argentina)
R. D. Arce (IFIS, Argentina)
M. Sponton (INTEC, Argentina)
R. Urteaga (IFIS, Argentina)
R. Bolmaro (UNR, Argentina)
J. Feugeas (UNR, Argentina)
F. A. Garcés (IFIS, Argentina)
M. Battioni (IFIS, Argentina)
M. Cutrera (IFIS, Argentina)
Organizing committee
R. R. Koropecki (IFIS, Argentina)
J. Feugeas (UNR, Argentina)
R. D. Arce (IFIS, Argentina)
J. A. Schmidt (IFIS, Argentina)
R. Urteaga (IFIS, Argentina)
M. Passeggi (IFIS, Argentina)
N. Budini (IFIS-UTN, Argentina)
G. Soler-Illia (CNEA, Argentina)
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Editorial board SAM
R. Romero (IFIMAT-UNICEN, Argentina)
R. Versaci (CAC-CNEA-UTN, Argentina)
O. Lambri (UNR, Argentina)
J. O. García (Inst. Sábato, Argentina)
M. Esquivel (CAB-CNEA-UNComa, Argentina)
N. Pellegri (UNR, Argentina)
M. Villar (PLAPIQUI, Argentina)
L. Quinzani (PLAPIQUI, Argentina)
A. Di Sarli (CIDEPINT, Argentina)
S. Simison (INTEMA-UNMDP, Argentina)
S. Brühl (UTN, Argentina)
S. Urreta (FAMAF-UNC, Argentina)
R. D. Arce (IFIS, Argentina)
G. Meyer (CNEA-UNCuyo, Argentina)
C. González Oliver (CAB-CNEA, Argentina)
M. M. Reboredo (INTEMA-UNMDP, Argentina)
N. Walsöe de Reca (CONICET, Argentina)
K. Sapag (INFAP-UNSL, Argentina)
S. Cere (INTEMA-UNMDP, Argentina)
M. Zanuttini (ITC-UNL, Argentina)
M. R. Viswanathan (Univ. de Conc., Chile)
S. Ordoñez (Univ. de Sgo. de Chile)
H. Pesenti (Univ. Austral de Chile)
M. López (Univ. de Conc., Chile)
D. Guzmán (Univ. de Atacama, Chile)
A. Artigas (Univ. de Sgo. de Chile)
M. Meléndez (Univ. de Conc., Chile)
S. Estay (Univ. F. Sta. María, Chile)
L. Valderrama Campusano (Univ. de Atacama, Chile)
O. Pavez Miqueles (Univ. de Atacama, Chile)
M. Santander Muñoz (Univ. de Atacama, Chile)
C. Vargas (Univ. de Sgo. de Chile)
M. Álvarez (Univ. F. Sta. María, Chile)
Scientific committee IBEROMAT
L. Canham (psiMedica, United Kingdom)
J. E. Pérez Ipiña (UNCOMA, Argentina)
J. Madías (Metallón, Buenos Aires)
R. Boeri (INTEMA-UNMDP, Buenos Aires)
R. Palma Hillerns (Fac. de Cs. FyM, Chile)
R. Bolmaro (IFIR-UNR, Argentina)
L. Iurman (UNS, Argentina)
A. Vázquez (CSIC, Spain)
M. Staia (Esc. de Ing. Metal., Venezuela)
N. Pellegri (IFIR-UNR, Argentina)
G. González (Esc. de Ing. Metal., Venezuela)
R. Pascual (Metall. Cons. Serv., Canada)
L. Marsal (Univ. Rovira i Virgili, Spain)
A. Mendoza (Univ. Nac. de Bogotá, Colombia)
A. O. Moreno-Gobbi (Univ. de la Rep., Uruguay)
M. Zanuttini (UNL, Argentina)
C. Tomé (LANL, USA)
J. M. Bisang (UNL, Argentina)
W. Estrada (Univ. Nac. de Ing., Peru)
H. R. Zschommler (DEMAR-EEL-USP, Brazil)
E. Donoso (Fac. de Cs. FyM, Chile)
L. Gassa (UNLP, Argentina)
H. Svoboda (UBA, Argentina)
P. Fernández Sánchez (Univ. Complutense, Spain)
C. Longeaud (Éc. Sup. d’Elect., France)
A. Craievich (USP, Brazil)
A. Somoza (IFIMAT, Argentina)
L. E. Sansores (Univ. Aut. de Mexico)
J. Lesage (Lab. de Méc. de Lille, France)
G. Abraham (INTEMA, Argentina)
P. Frontini (INTEMA, Argentina)
L. Gugliotta (INTEC, Argentina)
M. Carsí Cebrián (Presid. CENIM, España)
MATERIA Symposium
Scientific committee
L. Canham (psiMedica, United Kingdom)
G. Soler-Illia (CNEA, Argentina)
L. Marsal (Univ. Rovira i Virgili, Spain)
N. Pellegri (IFIR, Argentina)
A. Craievich (USP, Brazil)
S. Aldabe (INQUIMAE, Argentina)
P. E. Valadão de Miranda (COPPE, Brazil)
E. Matveeva (Valencia, Spain)
F. Álvarez (UNICAMP, Brazil)
J. Ferrón (IFIS, Argentina)
M. Aucouturier (C. de rech. et rest. des musées de France)
V. Agarwal (Univ. Aut. de Morelos, Mexico)
D. Comedi (UNT, Argentina)
P. Bolcatto (IFIS, Argentina)
E. Miró (INCAPE, Argentina)
M. J. Sailor (Univ. de California, USA)
K. Sapag (INFAP, Argentina)
P. E. Valadão de Miranda (COPPE, Brazil)
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