The Division currently has two constituent committees.
Former the Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology Committee, the Nano Committee seeks to promote the understanding and active research in nanomaterials and nanotechnology. The field is highly interdisciplinary and this is reflected in the membership of the committee.
The development of Smart Materials and Systems is truly multi-disciplinary science, drawing on expertise ranging from materials science and manufacturing to engineering design and control. In contrast to many single discipline institutions IOM3’s smart materials and systems activities provide a one-stop shop for expert advice, specialist conferences and professional development opportunities in this rapidly emerging field.