1st International Conference on Nano-bio and Advanced Materials Engineering (NAME-2023) organize by department of Chemical Engineering, Jashore University of Science and Technology (JUST), Jashore- 7408, Bangladesh will be held at Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh on 7 – 8th January, 2023. On behalf of the Organizing Committee of NAME-2023, we cordially invite you to participate in this initiative congress. The conference will be offline.
This NAME-2023 is designated to promote research interests, knowledge sharing, and transfer, as well as to improve our common ground of Nano-bioscience, Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology. On this great gathering, Organizing Committee invites participants from all over the globe to take part in this conference with the theme “Nano-bio and Advanced Materials Engineering”. NAME-2023 aims at sharing new ideas and new technologies amongst the professionals, industrialists and students from research areas of Nano-bioscience, Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology to share their recent innovations and applications and indulge in interactive discussions and technical sessions at the event. The fruitful conference program includes plenary lectures, Keynote lectures and invited talks by eminent personalities from around the world in addition to contributed papers both oral and poster presentations.
Its mission is to foster communication among researchers and practitioners working in a wide variety of scientific areas with a common interest in Nano-bio and Advanced Materials Engineering.
We sincerely invite you to join NAME-2023, and welcome your submitting.
About Organizing Institution
Jashore University of Science and Technology (JUST) has started a steady journey of reaching a new height of excellence in research and to achieve a unique milestone in promoting new ideas and innovation, and in serving the nation and the global community by creating enlightened and skilled professionals who can meet the challenges of the 21st century fostering the motto of ‘being the employer, not the employee’. In keeping with this purpose, JUST has already been declared a research university that aims at generating and advancing knowledge by cutting-edge research in its state-of-the-art laboratories and in the congenial academic ambience. Apart from these, JUST has international and local collaboration with a wide range of reputed academia and industry.
Our focus is also on promoting intellectual leadership through innovation and outcome-based education, and fostering social commitment through community affiliation. It gives me immense pleasure that the concerted efforts of the faculty members and students both from home and abroad have added feathers in our cap.
In order to achieve the rest of the noble goals and turn our country into the golden Bengal envisioned by the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, we all have to work together relentlessly and wholeheartedly.
Dr. Dipu Moni (M. P)
Honorable Minister, Ministry of Education
The Government of the people’s Republic of Bangladesh
Prof. Md. Anwar Hossain, PhD
Honorable Vice-Chancellor, Jashore University of Science and Technology, JUST
Dr. Md. Zaved Hossain Khan
Associate Professor & Chairman, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, JUST Principle Investigator- NAME Laboratory
Prof. Dr. Biplob Kumar Biswas
Professor, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, JUST
Dr. Md. Jahangir Alam
Associate Professor, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, JUST
- Dr. Md. Wasikur Rahman, Associate Professor, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, JUST
- Dr. S. M. Nur Alam, Associate Professor, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, JUST
- Most. Afroza Khatun, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, JUST
- Dr. Sujan Chowdhury, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, JUST
- Mst. Sumaia Akter Sumi, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, JUST
- Dr. Rejesh Chanda, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, JUST
- Md. Rashid Al-Mamun, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, JUST
- Md. Owaleur Rahman, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, JUST
- Marzia Sultana, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, JUST
- Dr. Md. Ikram Hossain, Lecturer, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, JUST
- Md. Romzan Ali, Lecturer, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, JUST
- Prof. Dr. Syed Md. Galib, JUST
- Prof. Dr. Shaibur Rahman Molla, JUST
- Prof. Md. Iqbal Kabir Jahid, PhD, JUST
- Dr. Tanvir Islam, JUST
- Dr. Md. Abdullah Al Mamun, JUST
- Dr. Suman Chandra Mohanta, JUST
- Dr. Md. Mahedi Hasan, Dean, JUST
- Prof. Dr. Md. Mominur Rahman, BUET
- prof. Dr. Shoeb Ahmed, BUET
- Prof. Benu Kumar Dey, CU
- Prof. Dr. Md. Atiqur Rahman, IU
- Prof. Dr. Md. Elias Hossain, RU
- Prof. Dr. Zennat Ferdousi, RU
- Dr. A. J. Saleh Ahammad, JU
- Prof. Dr. Md. Rezaul Karim, CUET
- Prof. Dr. Md. Tamez Uddin, SUST
- Dr. Munawar Sultana, DU
- Prof. Dr. Mohammad Helal Uddin, CU
- Dr. Syed Mohammad Fakruddin Shahed, Tohoku University, Japan
- Dr. Md. Abdul Aziz, Cornell University, USA
- Prof. Dr. Shin-ichiro Suye, University of Fukui, Japan
- Prof. Dr. Rahamatullah Khondoker, THM University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Call For Papers
1st International Conference on Nano-bio and Advanced Materials Engineering 2023 provides a leading forum for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Nano-bioscience, Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials. The conference will bring together leading researchers, academician and scientists in the domain of interest from around the world.
All honorable authors are kindly encouraged to contribute to and help shape the conference through submissions of their research abstracts. Also, high quality research contributions describing original and unpublished results of conceptual, constructive, empirical, experimental, or theoretical work in all areas of Nano-bio-Engineering, and Technology are cordially invited for presentation at the conference. Selected papers will be accepted for a 10-minute contributed talk or a poster workshop. The conference will bring together leading researchers, engineers and scientists in the domain of interest from around the world.
Accordingly, topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:
Track-1: Bio Materials and Medical Devices
Track-2: Electronics & Photonics
|1. Biochemistry||1. 3D integration|
|2. Bioinspired composites||2. Electronic Materials|
|3. Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering||3. Electronics and photonics|
|4. Biomechanics and Mechanobiology||4. High K and low K dielectrics|
|5. Biomedical Engineering||5. Magnetic Materials|
|6. Biomedical Imaging and Instrumentation||6. Materials beyond silicon|
|7. Biosensor and Bio-electronic Materials||7. Multiferroics|
|8. Cell and molecular biology||8. Nanoscale fabrication|
|9. Drug Delivery and Nanomedicine||9. Optical/photonic materials|
|10. Lubrication and sensing applications||10. Oxide semiconductors|
|11. Mechanics of Biological Materials||11. Plasmonic|
|12. Molecular tools for in-vitro and in-vivo imaging||12. Semiconductor devices and circuits|
Track-3: Energy Production and Storage
|2.Biomaterials||2.Advances in Nanotechnology|
|3.Energy Materials||3.Biological and Medical Nano devices|
|4.Energy Systems||4.Carbon Nanostructures and Graphene|
|5.Polymers joining||5.Life Sciences and Nano medicine|
|6.Polymers and Soft Matter||6.Nano Biotechnology|
|7.Advanced Materials Processing||7.Nanotechnology for Environment and Energy|
|8.Semiconductor Physics and Devices||8.Nanotechnology in Materials Science|
|10.Advanced materials for clean and renewable energy||10.Polymers Science & Nano Engineering|
|11.Computational Materials Science and Engineering|
Track-5: Biotechnology and Microbiology
Track-6: Food Technology
|1. Bacteriology, Metabolism and Genetics||1. Food safety handling practices|
|2. Green Biotechnology||2. Food safety challenges|
|3. Bio-nano Interaction||3. Biofilms – inactivation within food processing environments|
|4. Drug design and Mechanism||4. Natural Toxins|
|5. Principles of Diagnosis||5. Advanced Food Bioanalysis|
|6. Mechanisms of action of Antimicrobial drugs||6. Nanotechnology in Food|
|7. Biochemical Pharmacology||7. Food Administration|
|8. Bioinformatics||8. Food Chemistry|
|9. Bioscience||9. Food Microbiology|
|10. Microbial Physiology||10. Food Engineering|
|11. Molecular Genetics||11. Food Technology|
|12. Molecular Pathology||12. Mycotoxicology|
All submitted conference abstracts will be blind peer reviewed by three competent reviewers. The post conference proceedings will be published. The conference proceedings book and certificate of presentation will be distributed to the conference participants at the conference registration desk.
This Conference is organized by Department of Chemical engineering, Jashore University of Science and Technology. The conference would offer a large number of invited lectures from renowned speakers all over the world. The Best poster presentation awards (Certificate, Crest) for each category will be given for the poster judged to make the most significant contribution to the conference.
1. Individual Best Poster Presentation Award for each category
Cox’s Bazar, the longest sea beach in the world, stands out with its natural beauty. It attracts a large number of excursionists every time due to its ancient heritage and scenic spots around the 120 km long sea beach. The real first name of Cox’s Bazar is “Palongkee”. The Cox’s Bazar is restricted on the north by Chittagong, on the east by the Bandarban Hill District and Myanmar, and on the west and south by the Bay of Bengal. Cox’s Bazar is a popular tourist resort, connected by road, rail, and air with Chittagong. Major industries in addition to tourism include fish processing, salt production, ice making, printing, and the milling of rice, flour, and wood. Garment production and weaving, woodworking, and metalworking are prominent cottage industries.
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Kolatoly Road, Cox's Bazar 4700, Bangladesh.
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There are 5 ways to get from Dhaka to Cox’s Bazar by plane, taxi, bus or car
- Airways (Fly to Cox’s Bazar)-
The calculated flying distance from Dhaka to Cox’s Bazar is equal to 185 miles which is equal to 298 km. There are at least 6-8 flights daily that move to and from Dhaka to Cox’s Bazar daily. It takes around one hour to fly from Dhaka to cox’s Bazar. Biman Bangladesh, Us-Bangla, Regent, NovoAir are the companies that provide services. NovoAir and US-Bangla have daily flights others have specific days for flights that can easily be booked online. If you are in hurry or do not want to waste time on the journey, you should fly cox’s Bazar by Airplanes.
- Airways (Fly to Chittagong), Taxi-
Choose a convenient flight to Chittagong from Dhaka. 142-mile distance separates two destinations. The flight takes 45 minutes. Biman Bangladesh, US-Bangla, Regent, NovoAir are the companies that provide services. NovoAir and Us-Bangla have daily flights others have specific days for flights that can easily be booked online. From Chittagong you can rent a car or taxi to go your destination location Cox’s Bazar.
- Bus Service-
Bus services to the cox’s Bazar are quite cheap and the most common and convenient way to go there. There are hundreds of buses goes there from Dhaka daily. If you want to go by bus, the driving distance between Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar is 392.52 km. It takes 8-9 hours to reach your destination depending on the traffic on the road.
There are different types of bus services. There are some business class buses and sleeping coaches. Most of the buses have an air conditioner. But if you want the cheapest service there are many non-air-conditioned bus services as well.
Greenline, Desh travels, Shohagh, Shyamoli Paribahan, Hanif Enterprise are very well reputed in bus services.
- Trains, Taxi
There are no direct train services to cox’s Bazar from Dhaka. You must take transit. You can go to Chittagong via train, then you have to rent a car or you can go by bus. There are more than five trains you can take to go to Chittagong. The distance between Dhaka and Chittagong by rail is 321 km. Some are local some are express. Chittagong express, Turna, Nishita are the names of some top-notch train service. From Chittagong you can rent a car or taxi to go your destination location Cox’s Bazar.
- Cars and Ride Sharing
If you are looking for a relaxing journey where you can stop whenever you want for sightseeing, have a cup of coffee in a coffee shop then you can hire a car or microbus. It is a better choice if you are traveling with your family. The driving distance between Dhaka and Cox’s Bazar is 392.52 km. If you ride your car with an average speed of 112 kilometers/hour (70 miles/h), travel time will be 03 hours 30 minutes.
There are rental services with drivers who can make sure you reach safely. Or you can rent a car and drive it by yourself. They charge extra for the service with the driver but you can enjoy the journey with your travel partners and have the full freedom of enjoying the journey.
- Laboni Sea Beach
- Shugandha Sea Beach
- Kolatoli Sea Beach
- Burmese market
- Buddhist Temple