About the conference

Advanced materials are key to the creation of innovative products and technologies ranging from catalysis, green hydrogen generation, energy storage to biomedical applications. Advanced materials combine nanoscopic and/or microscopic building blocks, e.g. doped and core-shell nanoparticles and high-performance fibres, into hierarchical hybrid materials. This combination of micro- and nanosized building blocks as well as the compositional material heterogeneity can impose new risks during their life cycle, e.g., by decomposition into different nanoparticles, microplastic or hybrid components and subsequent release of harmful constituents. To ensure safe and sustainable innovations, the potential risks imposed by such complex materials need to be identified and understood timely and over their entire life cycle.

The conference Advanced Materials Safety 2023 provides a highly interdisciplinary forum for sharing recent advances and discussing current and future challenges in the field of advanced materials safety among experts and newcomers in the field. It will bring together leading scientists to discuss scientific, regulatory, and application-oriented aspects of advanced materials safety in depth and from different viewpoints, with the aim to design safe and sustainable, functional, and accepted advanced materials.

  • Assembly and disassembly of safe advanced materials
  • Sustainable Approaches to advanced materials
  • Impact of advanced materials on human health
  • Advanced materials for safe therapeutic applications
  • Advanced materials in the environment
  • Predicting effects of advanced materials by computational modeling

Scientific Committee
Annette Kraegeloh
INM – Leibniz Institute for New Materials

Andreas Fery
Leibniz Institute for Polymer Research, Dresden (IPD)

Suman Pokhrel
Leibniz-Institut für Werkstofforientierte Technologien – IWT

Roel Schins
IUF – Leibniz Research Institute for Environmental Medicine

Felix Bach
FIZ Karlsruhe – Leibniz Institute for Information Infrastructure

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