Research and development (R&D) on advanced materials for defense is being driven all over the world by the most renowned Universities, Research Centers, Military Institutes, and Companies to meet important requirements to enhance the safety and the survivability of platforms and personnel, along with requirements for enhanced maintainability and operability of platforms.
This conference focuses on advanced materials research in the forward-looking enabling R&D domain where the intersection of key technologies in areas such as nano and microtechnology, biotechnology, sensor technology, stealth materials, smart materials and structures, and energy generation and storage is being explored.
AuxDefense 2022 – World Conference on Advanced Materials for Defense aims to be the meeting point for everyone interested in these outstanding advanced materials, including researchers, technicians, technologists, militaries, and students.
- Active Materials
- Auxetic Materials
- Blast Protection
- Chameleonic Materials
- Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Detection/Protection
- Composite Materials
- Energy Harvesting and Storage
- Energy and Impact Absorption
- Meta Materials
- Monitoring and Sensor Systems
- Nanomaterials and Nanostructures
- Self-healing Materials
- Smart Materials and Structures
Improved Modelling of failure and damage propagation;
Materials for additive manufacturing;
High temperatures composites for missiles and jet engines;
Integration of Structural Health Monitoring Systems.
Monitoring of signature;
New armored solutions;
Repair by additive manufacturing;
Structural health monitoring of structures;
Lightweight Structure / New design concept for deck with metallic solutions.
New lighter protections;
New protection capability with lightweight structures;
New lighter protection for soldiers.
Novel manufacturing processes, automated layer up, and in-situ process verification;
Multifunctional materials for dynamic, multispectral camouflage;
Structural health monitoring and verification of manufacturing processes;
or Smart textiles to collect, analyze, and transmit information, to protect and reduce heat stress.
Source: EDA – European Defense Agency
TITERA Innovative Technologies, Slovenia
Giuseppe G. Daquino
European Defence Agency (EDA), Belgium
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Hong Kong Polytechnic University
University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
School of Engineering, RMIT University, Australia