Electronic Materials and Applications 2011
Download the Final Program to schedule each day. Electronic Materials and Applications 2011, jointly programmed by the Electronics Division and Basic Science Division of ACerS, will focus on electronic ceramics for energy generation, conversion and storage applications, and it will bring together leaders and experts in the field to address the materials related challenges to these topics.
|Who Should Attend|
EMA 2011 is designed for materials scientists, engineers, students, researchers and manufacturers with an interest in renewable energy, innovative hybrid and all-electric transportation development, electrical ceramics and advanced microelectronics. The meeting will continue to foster and facilitate these relationships. EMA 2011 will feature these Plenary Speakers: Akira Ando, Murata; Patricia Dehmer, DOE; Roop Mahajan, Virginia Tech; Lynnette Madsen, NSF; and Ronald G. Polcawich, US Army Research Lab.
The technical program will include invited lectures, contributed papers, poster presentations, roundtables on emerging topics, and participation of the President’s Council of Student Advisers, the Society’s student-led group. With increased investment in renewable energy, “smart grid” technologies, all-electric vehicles and innovative hybrid transportation development, electrical ceramics are positioned as the key enabler of technologies. There is growing interest in energy harvesting, integrated sensors, bio-inspired vehicles &systems, and advanced functional microelectronics where integrated electrical ceramics & composites will play a key role. EMA 2011 aims to provide the current state-of-the-art in applications of these materials, the fundamental science of materials processing, and advanced methods for materials integration.
Online registration is closed. Please register for EMA 2011 onsite.
On or Before
December 21, 2010
December 21, 2010
|Material Advantage Student Member||$135||$210|
Note: Registration includes coffee breaks, Welcome Reception, Conference Dinner.
*Companion Registration includes the Welcome Reception and Conference Dinner. Add this option when you register yourself.
Authors are requested to submit original work and review articles for publication in the meeting proceedings titled “Electronic Materials Applications.” All papers for the proceedings will have to pass a two reviewer based peer-review process. It is our intention to maintain high quality of this proceeding and make this publication a highly desired venue for reporting quality science.
|Juan C. Nino
University of Florida
Los Alamos National Lab
Technical Programming Committee
Paul Clem, Sandia National Labs; Amit Goyal, Oak Ridge National Lab; Jacob Jones, University of Florida; Jian Luo, Clemson University; Wolfgang M. Sigmund, University of Florida; Clive Randall, Pennsylvania State University; Susan Troiler-Mckinstry, Pennsylvania State University; Juan Nino, University of Florida; Qi Tan, General Electric; Victoria Knox, PCSA; Nian Sun, Northeastern University; Steven Tidrow, University of Texas Pan American; Kristen Brosnan, General Electric; Alp Sehirlioglu, NASA-Glenn; Jeff Zhand, APC International; Thomas Daue, Smart Material Inc.; Michelle Bell, Radiant Technologies; Ahmad Safari, Rutgers University; Takaaki Tsurumi, Tokyo Institute of Technology.
International Scientific Advisory Committee (ISAC)
Jurgen Roedel, Darmstadt University of Technology; Michael Glazer, Clarendon Laboratory; Haosu Luo, Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Sahn Nahm, Korea University; Jungho Ryu, Functional Ceramics Group, Korea Institute of Materials Science (KIMS)
Basic Science Division Officers
Chair: Helen M. Chan
Programming Chairs (2011):
Daniel Mumm and Jian Luo
Past Chair: Keith Bowman
Electronics Division Officers
Trustee: Dwight Viehland
Past Chair: Paul Clem
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