International Conference on Multifunctional and Hybrid Materials for Energy and Environment (MHMEE-2020)
On 29thJanuary to 31st January 2020.

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About MHMEE-2020

An International Conference on Multifunctional and Hybrid Materials for Energy and Environment (MHMEE-2020) is scheduled with internationally renowned scientists, scholars and faculty members. Thereby, on behalf of the organizing committee, we are pleased to announce that international conference on "Multifunctional and Hybrid Materials for Energy and Environment (MHMEE-2020)" will be held during 29th to 31st January 2020.


To get familiar with the advanced research activities related to multifunctional and hybrid materials for energy and environment through invited talks, speeches and presentations by highly renowned and cited scientists across the globe. To provide a common platform for discussion to scientists, faculties, engineers and scholars working on various aspects of smart materials for solar cells, electrochemical cells, batteries, energy materials, supercapacitors, fuel cells, hydropower energy, communication etc., to cater their ideas on commercial scale up for industrial followed social benefits. To provide a direction that can mingle various smart devices such as a hybrid system for various applications. To provide a line of action for various collaborations and exchange activities among the academicians, industrialists and scientists.

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Sofia Bulgaria

Global Innovative Center for Advanced Nanomaterials School of Engineering,Australia.

National University,Singapore.

Salt Lake City, Utah

Visiting Professor, Department of Chemistry, Hanyang University,Seoul,S.Korea

Department of Chemistry, College of Science and Arts and Promising Centre for Sensors and Electronics Devices (PCSED), Najran University,Saudi Arabia

Associate Professor Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU), South Korea

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering, The University of Utah

Materials Research Center. Troy, NY 12180, USA

Associate Professor, Science and Engineering Faculty, Australia.

Organizing Secretory
Registration Committee