ISyDMA Presentations cover a broad range of topics from basic to applied sciences related to major issues such as energy, environment, biotechnology, electronics and optoelectronics. The contributions could organize in four sections:
Section 1 : Dielectric materials for electronics and photonics
• Dielectric, piezoelectric, pyroelectric, ferroelectric and multiferroic materials
• Ceramics, thin films, polymers, glasses, composites and nanostructures
• Impedance spectroscopy to electrochemical and dielectric phenomena
• Dielectric properties, polarization phenomena and applications
• Surface and interfacial phenomena
• Physics of space charge in non-conductive materials
• Space charge and its effects in dielectrics
• Advanced characterization
• Modeling and theory
• Applications of multiferroics
Section 2 : Applications of insulators
• High voltage insulation design using computer; based analysis
• Partial discharges in insulation: detection methods and impact on ageing
• Monitoring and diagnostic methods for electrical insulation degradation
• Electrical insulation in high voltage power equipment and cables
• Ageing, partial discharges and life expectancy of HV insulation
• Electrical conduction and breakdown in dielectrics liquids
• Gaseous electrical breakdown and discharges
Section 3 : Dielectric devices for biotechnological and industrial applications
• Biodielectrics for environmental applications and bioengineering systems
• Biomedical engineering
• Tunable microwave devices
• Electrical energy storage, supercapacitors, electrostatic capacitors, electrolysors, batteries
• Electrical energy generation, Solid Oxide Fuell Cell
• Nanodielectrics for Industrial applications
• Dielectrics for superconducting applications
• Measurement techniques
• Electrocaloric materials, Thermoelectrics, Photovoltaics
Section 4 : Emerging materials and devices
• Metamaterials
• Nanocomposite dielectric polymers
• New diagnostic applications for dielectrics
• New and functional dielectrics for electrical systems
• Topological insulators
• Composite materials
• Other related dielectric phenomena and techniques.