SBBU Hosts Conference On Environmental Challenges, Material Science
SBBU organised 2 international conference on subject of “Environmental Challenges & Material Science,” & both domestic and foreign scientists participated in significant numbers.
Shaheed Benazir Bhutto University SBBU organised a two-day international conference on the subject of “Environmental Challenges and Material Science,” and both domestic and foreign scientists participated in significant numbers.
Vice Chancellor Dr. Amanat Ali Jalbani made a statement during the opening speech of the conference on the subject of “Environmental Challenges and Material Science” that researchers and the students can greatly benefit from holding such conferences.
During the opening session, renowned Turkish scientist Dr. Hussain Kara gave an online lecture on the environmental issues related to the oil industry to attentive conference attendees. Turkish scientists also responded to questions.
At the conference, authors from the National Center of Excellence in Analytical Chemistry presented their papers. A paper on the pesticide chemicals in food that was presented by the Iranian professor Mehboob Sherani was well-received by the audience. Senior scientists presented their research papers at renowned universities in Karachi, Faisalabad, Lahore, and other research institutions.
A session on America’s largest scholarship, the Fulbright, was also held on the occasion, and it undoubtedly benefited young people.
During this session, questions from students were addressed. Dr. Liaquat Ali Zardari, the conference’s host, and Dr. Muhammad Afzal Kamboh thanked the conference’s other scientists and the international guests at its conclusion.
Materials science is an interdisciplinary field for researching and discovering the materials. Materials engineering is the engineering field of designing and improving materials and finding uses for materials in other fields and industries.
The intellectual origins of materials science stem from the Age of Enlightenment, when researchers began to use analytical thinking from chemistry, physics, and engineering to understand the ancient, phenomenological observations in metallurgy and mineralogy.
Materials science still incorporates elements of physics, chemistry, and engineering. As such, the field was long considered by academic institutions as a sub-field of these related fields.