Best paper awards of 11th ICMPC @IIT Indore
Ist Prize
(Cash Prize Rs 10,000)
IInd Prize
(Cash Prize Rs 7,000)

Dimitra Das
School of Materials Science and Nanotechnology, Jadavpur University, Kolkata-700032, India.

Sodium Borohydride Assisted Reduction of Toxic Pollutants by Silver Coordinated Melamine Based Polymeric Material

Sourabh Shukla
Mechanical Engineering department, G H Raisoni College of Engineering, Nagpur and 440016, India

Effect of Grain refinement on Sensitization of High Manganese Austenitic stainless steel

Ist Prize
(Cash Prize Rs 10,000)
IInd Prize
(Cash Prize Rs 7,000)

Daniyar Syrlybayev
Nazarbayev University, 53, KabanbayBatyr Ave, Nur-Sultan 010000, Kazakhstan

Fused Deposition Modelling: Effect of Extrusion Temperature on theAccuracy of Print

Rajib Kumar Biswas
Dept. Of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, 2-12-1-M1-21, O-okayama, Meguro-Ku, 152-8552, Japan

Effect of steel bar corrosion on the cyclic behaviour of RC bridgePiers

Ist Prize
(Cash Prize Rs 10,000)
IInd Prize
(Cash Prize Rs 7,000)

Sunil Kumar
National Institute of TchnologySilchar, Silchar Assam 788010, India.

A Comparative Study on Wear Behaviors of Hot Work and ColdWork Tool Steel with Same Hardness under Dry Sliding Tribological Test

N. Rino Nelson
Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Design and Manufacturing, Kancheepuram, India – 600127

Effective modeling of Spiral wound gasket with Graphite filler ingasketed flange joint subjected to bending loads

Ist Prize
(Cash Prize Rs 10,000)
IInd Prize
(Cash Prize Rs 7,000)

Akash Raj
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, IIT Roorkee, Roorkee-247667, India

Thermal analysis of hydrothermally synthesized nanostructuredbismuth telluride semiconductor

Sunday Temitope Oyinbo
Department of Mechanical Engineering Science, University of Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

Nanoindentation Study in Cold Gas Dynamic Sprayed Thin Films using Molecular Dynamics Simulation

Ist Prize
(Cash Prize Rs 10,000)
IInd Prize
(Cash Prize Rs 7,000)

Vinod Kumar V Meti
School of Mechanical Engineering, KLE Technological University, Hubballi-580031, India

Mechanical and Tribological behavioral evaluation of AA7075/TiB2Composite processed through UST

Manoj K. Singh
Department of Aerospace Engineering, IIT Kanpur, Kanpur, 208016, India

Enhancing fracture toughness of laminated composite by chopped fiber reinforcement


Welcome to 12th ICMPC 6th - 9th October 2021


Functional materials, smart materials, intelligent materials – whatever you call them, they will be a key pillar of 21st century technology. Among the modern structural materials there has been a tremendous advancement in science and technology of materials. In recent years, nanostructure materials and nano composites have become increasingly important because of their remarkable properties and permanently growing areas for practical applications. Various aspects of mechanical properties of nano materials including analytical and computational modelling in combination with comprehensive experimental analysis of mechanical behaviour is yet to be investigated. In spite of the rapid progress in this field, mechanical properties of nano materials and composites are still remaining terra incognita in materials science. In the field of massive and complex manufacturing we are now in need of materials, with properties, that can be manipulated according to our needs.

Large spaceplanes like the Space Shuttle would have proven extremely difficult, if not impossible, to build without heat-resistant ceramic tiles to protect them during re-entry. And high-speed forward-swept-wing airplanes like Grumman's experimental X-29 or the Russian Sukhoi S-27 Berkut would not have been possible without the development of composite materials to keep their wings from bending out of shape. Nature is full of magic materials, which are to be discovered in forms suitable to our needs. Such magical materials, also known as intelligent or smart materials, can sense, process, stimulate and actuate a response.

There is an increasing awareness of the benefits to be derived from the development and exploitation of advanced materials and structures in applications ranging from hydrospace to aerospace. With the ability to respond autonomously to changes in their environment, smart systems can offer a simplified approach to the control of various material and system characteristics. Mechanistic understanding from any discipline is the routes to the development of materials with capabilities beyond those currently available.

The conference is creating a cross disciplinary summit that transcends departmental, institutional, industrial, public and private research organizations and global barriers and lends itself to the integration of research and education in the vital field of advanced materials. This conference is mainly aims in major sectors of advanced processing, material characterization, modeling and simulation, properties, performance and device fabrication.