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Objective of the Conference

SRM University-AP, located in the capital region of Andhra Pradesh, India, is organizing a "National Conference on Status and Opportunities in Functional Energy and Electronic Materials (SOFEEM-2024)" on March 2-3, 2024. The conference will focus on the development and effective use of sustainable energy, with a particular emphasis on device applications.

The theme of SOFEEM-2024 is "Bridging the Gap Between Academia, Industry, and Policymakers to Promote Sustainable Energy and Smart Electronics." The conference will bring together researchers and practitioners to discuss the latest advancements in these fields and to explore ways to collaborate on innovative solutions to the challenges facing them.

The conference will feature keynote addresses from leading experts, technical sessions, poster sessions, and industrial exhibitions. A wide range of topics will be covered, including Green energy, Renewable energy, Materials science, Smart electronic materials, Green technologies, and Energy management.

The conference will provide a valuable platform for networking and collaboration, and it is expected to make significant contributions to the advancement of sustainable energy and smart electronics technologies.

SOFEEM-2024 is a unique opportunity for researchers, practitioners, and industries to come together to discuss the latest advancements in sustainable energy and smart electronics, and to explore ways to collaborate on innovative solutions to the challenges facing these fields.


The conference will cover a wide range of topics, including but not limited to:

  • Synthesis and processing of Novel materials
  • Characterization of Energy and Electronic materials
  • Modeling of low-dimensional materials
  • Novel Energy Materials and catalysts for Hydrogen evolution.
  • Synthesis, fabrication, and scalable production of novel electrodes
  • Electrolyte materials for high performance batteries and fuel cells.
  • Functional Materials for Supercapacitors
  • Device fabrication using novel energy materials for energy conversion and storage.
  • Low-dimensional materials in electronics and photonics