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Electronic Materials and Applications 2017

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Meeting Description

DSC_0383Electronic Materials and Applications 2017 is an international conference focused on electroceramic materials and their applications in electronic, electromechanical, magnetic, dielectric and optical components, devices and systems. The January 18–20 event features 16 comprehensive symposia and plenary talks from expert speakers. 

 

Who Should Attend

EMA 2017 is designed for researchers, engineers, technologists, and students interested in basic science, engineering, and applications of electroceramic materials. Speakers include an international mix of university, industrial, and federal laboratory participants exchanging information and ideas on the latest developments in theory, experimental investigation and applications of electroceramic materials. Students are highly encouraged to participate in the meeting; prizes will be awarded for the best oral and poster student presentations.

 

EMA 2017, jointly programmed by ACerS’ Electronics and Basic Science divisions, is The American Ceramic Society’s eighth annual meeting on advances and challenges in the field of electronic materials. Make your plans to attend EMA 2017 at the DoubleTree by Hilton, in Orlando at Sea World®, Florida.

 

Symposia

DSC_0364The technical program includes plenary talks, invited lectures, contributed papers and poster presentations, and open discussions, as well as networking opportunities to find collaborations, and facilitate scientific, and technical advances. 

 

 

S1: Advanced electronic materials: processing, structures, properties, and applications
S2: Advanced processing for electronic and electrochemical systems: crystals, films, and devices
S3: Ceramic photonic materials and applications
S4: Computational design of electronic materials
S5: Energy sustainable optoelectronics and magnetoelectronics
S6: Fundamentals to applications for the use of thermal energy for power generation and refrigeration
S7: In situ experiments of microstructure evolution and properties
S8: Interfaces and surfaces in energy-related ceramic materials
S9: Interfaces in microstructural evolution: structure, properties, anisotropy, and motion
S10: Interfacial phenomena in multifunctional heterostructures: from theory to transport processes
S11: Ion conducting ceramics
S12: 5G materials for the millimeter wave revolution
S13: Mesoscale phenomena in ceramic materials, nano- and microstructures
S14: Multifunctional nanocomposites
S15: Superconducting materials and applications
S16: Failure: the greatest teacher

 

EMA 2017 Organizing Committee

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Geoff Brennecka (Electronics Division)

Colorado School of Mines

Rick Ubic  (Electronics Division)

Boise State University

Ming Tang (Basic Science Division)

Rice University

Yiquan Wu (Basic Science Division)

Alfred University

 

 

Division Leaders

 

The American Ceramic Society values diverse and inclusive participation within the field of ceramic science and engineering. ACerS strives to promote involvement and access to leadership opportunity regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, nationality, disability, appearance, geographic location, career path or academic level.

 


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