Year 2015 will be an especially exciting year with the celebration of Singapore’s 50 years of independence. Science and technology has been intricately tied to the growth and development of Singapore. In line with this, the 5th Molecular Materials Meeting (M3) 2015 will be the signature event fronting a series of science- and technology-centric events held in conjunction with this significant milestone. With the theme "The Next 50 Years in Materials Research", this conference will focus on the latest developments and discuss the future of the most promising areas in molecular materials.
With distinguished speakers and global scientific leaders across 6 parallel sessions sharing the latest developments in nanotechnology, intelligent bio-mimetic materials and surfaces, sustainable materials, metamaterials and more, the 5th M3 promises to bring to Singapore international experts across different specialties in physics, chemistry and biology.
On top of a strong academic presence, the 5th M3 2015 will comprise an Industry Fair and sessions featuring prominent policymakers and industry participants presenting their perspective on research and development. The participation of public and private institutions in the 5th M3 highlights the symbiotic relationship between scientific research innovation and economic development. This is particularly important in Singapore, as has been demonstrated in other leading economies around the world, where strategic public-private partnerships and industrially-driven R&D have played an increasing role in the advancement of science and technology with visible socio-economic impact.
The conference will be held in August 2015. Registration will be open soon! Watch this page for more updates!
Abstracts may be submitted for oral and poster presentations.
Abstracts should describe novel work and contain objectives, methods, results, a conclusion and references.
Abstracts Submission Deadline:
30 Jan 2014
The program will cover both fundamental and applied research of significance.
The program will consist of invited and contributed talks, poster sessions, and an industry fair. Talks will be organized in six parallel sessions with joint plenary and keynote sessions.