MRS Spring Meeting, Apr 21-25, 2014, San Francisco, USA

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MRS Spring Meeting, Apr 21-25, 2014, San Francisco, USA

2014 MRS Spring Meeting & Exhibit, April 21-25, 2014, San Francisco, California

 

Meeting Chairs: Jose A. Garrido, Sergei V. Kalinin, Edson R. Leite, David Parrillo, Molly Stevens

Symposia

Energy

  • A: Film-Silicon Science and Technology
  • B: Organic and Inorganic Materials for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells
  • C: Synthesis and Processing of Organic and Polymeric Materials for Semiconductor Applications
  • D: Materials for Photoelectrochemical and Photocatalytic Solar-Energy Harvesting and Storage
  • E: Earth-Abundant Inorganic Solar-Energy Conversion
  • F: Controlling the Interaction between Light and Semiconductor Nanostructures for Energy Applications
  • G: Photoactivated Chemical and Biochemical Processes on Semiconductor Surfaces
  • H: Defect Engineering in Thin-Film Photovoltaic Materials
  • I: Materials for Carbon Capture
  • J: Physics of Oxide Thin Films and Heterostructures
  • K: Nanostructures, Thin Films and Bulk Oxides—Synthesis, Characterization and Applications
  • L: Materials and Interfaces in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
  • M: Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers and Other Electrochemical Energy Systems
  • N: Research Frontiers on Electrochemical Energy Storage Materials—Design, Synthesis, Characterization and Modeling
  • O: Novel Energy-Storage Technologies beyond Li-ion Batteries—From Materials Design to System Integration
  • P: Mechanics of Energy Storage and Conversion—Batteries, Thermoelectrics and Fuel Cells
  • Q: Materials, Technologies and Sensor Concepts for Advanced Battery Management Systems
  • R: Materials Challenges and Integration Strategies for Flexible Energy Devices and Systems
  • S: Actinides—Basic Science, Applications and Technology
  • T: Superconductor Materials—From Basic Science to Novel Technology

Soft- and Biomaterials

  • U: Soft Nanomaterials
  • V: Micro- and Nanofluidic Systems for Materials Synthesis, Device Assembly and Bioanalysis
  • W: Functional Biomaterials for Regenerative Engineering
  • Y: Biomaterials for Biomolecule Delivery and Understanding Cell-Niche Interactions
  • Z: Bioelectronics—Materials, Processes and Applications
  • AA: Advanced Multifunctional Biomaterials for Neuroprosthetic Interfaces

Electronics and Photonics

  • BB: Materials for End-of-Roadmap Devices in Logic, Power and Memory
  • CC: New Materials and Processes for Interconnects, Novel Memory and Advanced Display Technologies
  • DD: Silicon Carbide‒Materials, Processing and Devices
  • EE: Advances in Inorganic Semiconductor Nanoparticles and Their Applications
  • FF: The Grand Challenges in Organic Electronics
  • GG: Few-Dopant Semiconductor Optoelectronics
  • HH: Phase-Change Materials for Memory, Reconfigurable Electronics and Cognitive Applications
  • II: Emerging Nanophotonic Materials and Devices
  • JJ: Materials and Processes for Nonlinear Optics
  • KK: Resonant Optics—Fundamentals and Applications
  • LL: Transparent Electrodes

Nanomaterials

  • MM: Nanotubes and Related Nanostructures
  • NN: 2D Materials and Devices beyond Graphene
  • OO: De Novo Graphene
  • PP: Nanodiamonds—Fundamentals and Applications
  • QQ: Computationally Enabled Discoveries in Synthesis, Structure and Properties of Nanoscale Materials
  • RR: Solution Synthesis of Inorganic Functional Materials
  • SS: Nanocrystal Growth via Oriented Attachment and Mesocrystal Formation
  • TT: Mesoscale Self-Assembly of Nanoparticles—Manufacturing, Functionalization, Assembly and Integration
  • UU: Semiconductor Nanowires—Synthesis, Properties and Applications
  • VV: Magnetic Nanomaterials and Nanostructures

General - Theory nad Characterization

  • WW: Materials by Design—Merging Advanced In-Situ Characterization with Predictive Simulation
  • XX: Shape Programmable Materials
  • YY: Meeting the Challenges of Understanding and Visualizing Mesoscale Phenomena
  • ZZ: Advanced Characterization Techniques for Ion-Beam-Induced Effects in Materials
  • AAA: Applications of In-situ Synchrotron Radiation Techniques in Nanomaterials Research
  • BBB: Advances in Scanning Probe Microscopy for Material Properties
  • CCC: In-situ Characterization of Material Synthesis and Properties at the Nanoscale with TEM
  • DDD: Atomic-Resolution Analytical Electron Microscopy of Disruptive and Energy-Related Materials
  • EEE: Materials Behavior under Extreme Irradiation, Stress or Temperature

Special Symposia

  • FFF: Educating and Mentoring Young Materials Scientists for Career Development
  • X: Frontiers of Materials Research

 

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