• Event Date
  • November 4-6, 2020
  • Event Location
  • Chengdu, China
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About Chengdu

Brief Introduction to Chengdu
Chengdu, the capital of China's southwest Sichuan Province, is famed for being the home of cute giant pandas. Apart from being the best place in China to see and interact with pandas, Chengdu is also a cultural melting pot. Influenced throughout its long history by Tibetan and Mongolian cultures, Chengdu's intriguing past has left its mark on the city's food and culture, and is evidenced in its many museums, temples, and fascinating archaeological sites.
Food and Drink
With Sichuan cuisine being one of the eight main cuisines of China, food should play a role in any visit to Chengdu. In fact, in 2011, UNESCO declared Chengdu a "City of Gastronomy." Some notable dishes include Chengdu Hot Pot, Huiguorou (boiled and then stir-fried pork), Mapo tofu (tofu served in a spicy sauce containing pork, broad bean, and Sichuan peppercorns), Kung Pao Chicken (spicy diced chicken cooked with red pepper and peanuts), and Hongyou Chaoshou (Sichuan's take on the dumpling)
 Joining the locals and sipping a cup of tea while watching a traditional Sichuan Opera face-changing show in one of Chengdu's traditional teahouses is a great way to soak up the local atmosphere and relax for a couple of hours after a day of meeting.
Weather in Chengdu is mild, humid, and cloudy; the city sees 250-300 overcast days a year! It is best to visit Chengdu in spring (March to May) or autumn (September to November) to enjoy pleasant temperatures and clear weather. Avoid traveling to Chengdu from June to August, as it gets very hot and steamy, and sees a lot of rainfall in the summer. Winter (December to February) in Chengdu is humid and cold, and is thus not the most pleasant time for traveling. The average temperature in November is 9-16℃.
Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport is the region's largest airport, with internal flights to/from all major cities in China as well as many international destinations. Flight time between Chengdu and Beijing, Guangzhou, or Shanghai is around 3 hours. 
There are frequent bullet trains between Chengdu and Xi'an, which takes around four hours. It is the most convenient tool of transportation between Chengdu and Xi’an.

Call for Papers

The proceedings will be published in full text in a periodical on Trans Tech Publications Ltd's website at: www.scientific.net via Journal of Nano Hybrids and Composites (NHC), ISSN Web: 2297-3400, which will send to be Indexed by all major citation databases. All published materials are archived with PORTICO and CLOCKSS. Please submit your Conference Paper to: Mr. Lee Zhi (Email: lee@istci.org).
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Important Dates

• Abstract Submission Start Day
June 30, 2020

• Earlybird Registration Start Day
June 30, 2020

• Earlybird Registration Deadline
July 20, 2020

• Abstract Submission Deadline
September 30, 2020

• Acceptance Notification Deadline
September 30, 2020