Research Centre for Nano-Materials and Energy Technology (RCNMET), is organising its first international conference on Advanced Materials & Sustainable Energy Technologies 2023 (AMSET2023). The main objective of AMSET2023 conference is to provide an interactive forum for professionals, researchers, scientific experts, and research scholars working in the domains of basic and applied energy materials research to enhance their knowledge in the integration of emerging scientific concepts in the field of energy storage and sustainable energy technologies. In particular, AMSET2023 is focused on providing a reliable global solution to ensure access to affordable and clean energy. AMSET2023 is going to be organised from October 30th to 31st, 2023 in collaboration with partner organizations around the world.
AMSET2023 is dedicated to explore the advanced potential of energy, energy storage materials, and energy systems in a variety of applications. The conference session will attribute plenary speakers/ keynote speakers/invited speakers/ from energy domains around the world and contributed oral paper presentations. All participants will be able to exchange ideas on the underlying interactions and the usage of developing energy materials in research and its applications in a wide range of fields such as energy storage & conversion; clean & affordable energy; solar thermal systems; solar cells; PV panels; energy storage technologies; fuel cells and hydrogen technology; electro & photo catalysis; carbon capture; green buildings; electric vehicle and low carbon transport; waste management; recycling of energy materials; climate action & environment, role of artificial intelligence & machine learning in energy prediction and in achieving sustainable development goals.
In terms of participation in AMSET2023, the organizing committees are all united in actively inviting scientists, scientific experts, researchers, PhD & PG students, industrialists, engineers, technologist, academicians, policy makers and also the undergraduate students to submit their original/review articles.
The conference will be hosted at Malaysia’s most happening university, Sunway University, which the campus is in the centre of Sunway City and only 16 kilometres from Kuala Lumpur, and 48 kilometres by road from KLIA international airport. Sprawling 800 acres, Sunway City Kuala Lumpur is Malaysia’s first fully-integrated green township as certified by Green Building Index (GBI), and a Low Carbon City as certified by the Malaysian Institute of Planners. Sunway City Kuala Lumpur was built on a tin-mining wasteland and is a product of outstanding rehabilitation and restoration efforts. Sunway City Kuala Lumpur has a built-up area of more than 60 million square feet comprises world-class facilities, and attracts some 42 million visitors every year.