The purpose of this conference on Materials Science and Smart Materials is to provide a forum for both researchers and practitioners around the world to present papers on recent developments in the fields of Materials Characterisation, Design, Development, Manufacturing and Application.

The conference will provide a forum for presenting research papers by internationally recognised experts and young scientists working in the field of Materials Science and Smart Materials.

The organising committee of the conference invites papers from researchers and practitioners from academic as well as industry within the scope of the conference subjects.

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The conference particularly welcome papers related to industrial based projects. Papers dealing with one or more of the following topics will be considered for the conference:

  • Metallic Materials
  • Ceramics / Glassy Materials
  • Composite Materials
  • Polymeric Materials
  • Electronic Materials
  • Biomaterials
  • Fundamental Materials Science
  • Materials Applications, Performance and Life Cycle
  • Materials Property and Characterization
  • Nanostructured Materials
  • Sensors and structural identification
  • Active polymers, materials and actuators
  • Piezoelectrics and Piezomagnetics
  • Smart Biomaterials and Bioinspired Smart Materials and Systems
  • Energy Storage Materials and Energy Harvesting
  • Quantum Materials and Metamaterials
  • 3D Printing and Smart Coatings and Surfaces
  • Magnetic Materials and Smart Materials for Specific Applications
  • Smart Materials in Robotics
  • MEMS and structural control and Active materials in MEMS applications
  • Vibration and shape control
  • Compliant materials and mechanisms
  • Multifunctional composite design, modelling and optimization
  • Compliant materials and mechanisms
  • Materials for energy storage and Fuel Cells
  • Adaptive crashworthiness
  • Transforming the Foundation Industries (FIs): special symposium on critical issues for sustainability in FIs

Accepted papers will be published at:

MSSM2024 welcomes you to suggest or organise Sessions, Workshops and Symposiums.

Dr Marialuisa Acquaviva

Prof. Vassilis Stathopoulos

Prof Abdul Ghani Olabi

Prof Hussam Jouhara

Prof. Christiana Mitsopoulou

Assist. Prof. Maria Koukou

Assist. Prof. Eleftherios Tsampasis

Dr. Polykarpos Falaras

Dr. Paraskevi Nanou

Dr Heba Ghazal-UK

  • Prof Abdul Ghani Olabi (UAE)
  • Prof Luca Montorsi (Italy)
  • Prof Kai Cheng (UK)
  • Prof Jifeng Liu (USA)
  • Prof Des Gibson (UK)
  • Prof Paul D. Topham (UK)
  • Prof Saiful Amri Mazlan (Malaysia)
  • Dr Michal Mazur (Poland)
  • Prof Chaoyang Shi (China)
  • Prof Stefano Cordiner (Italy)
  • Prof S. Orhan Akansu (Turkey)
  • Prof Fouad Al-Mansour (Slovenia)
  • Prof Abderrahmane Hamidat (Algeria)
  • Prof Christoph Pfeifer (Austria)
  • Prof Mohamad Ramadan (Lebanon)
  • Dr Tabbi Wilberforce (UK)
  • Prof Amit Bandyopadhyay (USA)
  • Prof Hussam Jouhara (UK)
  • Prof Polykarpos Falaras (Greece)
  • Dr Richard A. Martin (UK)
  • Dr Zhentao Wu (UK)
  • Prof Socrates Kaplanis (Greece)
  • Prof Eric Dimla (Australia)
  • Prof Mohammad Ali Abdelkareem (UAE)
  • Prof Izwan Ismail (Malaysia)
  • Dr Peng Qi (China)
  • Prof Osama Basmage (Ireland)
  • Prof David Kennedy (Ireland)
  • Prof Francesco Di Maria (Italy)
  • Dr Danijela Urbancl (Slovenia)
  • Dr Rafat Al Afif (Austria)
  • Dr Cristina Rodriguez (UK)
  • Prof Richard Yongqing Fu (UK)
  • Dr Sulaiman Almahmoud (UK)
  • Prof. Vassilis Stathopoulos (Greece)
  • Prof Christiana Mitsopoulou (Greece)
  • Prof Michele Dasissti (Italy)
  • Prof Paulo Davim (Portugal)
  • Prof Susmita Bose (USA)
  • Prof Tofail Syed (Ireland)
  • Prof Abdul Hai Al-Alami (UAE)
  • Prof Xiuhua Fu (China)
  • Dr Anzhu Gao (China)
  • Dr Alojz Buhvald (Slovenia)
  • Prof Zhiyuan Liu (China)
  • Prof Luigi Alloca (Italy)
  • Prof A.M. Hamoda (Qatar)
  • Prof Mohamad Ramadan (Lebanon)
  • Dr A. Baroutaji (UK)
  • Prof Susmita Bose (USA)
  • Dr Heba Ghazal-UK

The conference is Located approximately 800m from the centre of Athens (Syntagma Metro station) and about 300m from Panepistimio Metro station.

The central building of the University of Athens, known as Propylaia, is one of the most emblematic landmarks of the capital city of the Greek state. The neoclassical building and its monumental precinct bring up the most acknowledged highlights of Greek national history. The halls of the building were learning, conversing and protest spots.

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Abstract Submission

Interested contributors are requested to submit abstract(s) of up to 200 words to, it should show clearly title, name of all authors and affiliation.

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Get In Touch

Contact us either by phone or email address as mentioned below and a member of our MSSM support team will contact you as soon as possible.