Electronic Materials and Applications 2014
Electronic Materials and Applications 2014 focuses on the basic science, engineering and applications of electroceramic materials for electronic, magnetic, dielectric and optical components, devices and systems. Don’t miss this year’s plenary speakers: James Bray, GE Global Research; Jürgen Rödel, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany; and Joseph V. Mantese, United Technologies Research Center.
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|Who Should Attend|
EMA 2014 is designed for scientists, engineers, students, researchers and manufacturers with an interest in materials for electronics, energy and sensor applications. The programming includes a mix of industrial, university and federal laboratory participants, presenting and discussing theoretical, experimental, applied and unifying approaches. Review the technical program. Jointly programmed by the Electronics Division and Basic Science Division, EMA 2013 takes place at the DoubleTree by Hilton Orlando at Sea World® January 22-24, 2014.
Select your membership type below to register online. Nonmembers will be prompted to create a New Visitor Registration. Download the registration form to sign up by phone, fax or mail coming soon.
On or Before
Dec. 19, 2013
Dec. 19, 2013
|Member with membership renewal||$665||$815|
|ACerS Senior/Emeritus/Associate Member||$400||$550|
|ACerS Student Member||$135||$210|
|Guest (includes welcome reception and conference dinner)||$75||$75|
Note: All registrations, except Guest, include coffee breaks, welcome reception and conference dinner.
The technical program includes invited lectures, contributed papers, poster presentations, and provides ample opportunity for the exchange of information and ideas on the latest developments in the theory, experimental investigation and applications of electroceramic materials. The participants represent an international mix of industrial, university, and federal laboratory researchers, engineers, technologists and leaders. For students, there is a separate student-run symposium that features best-paper awards and provides development and networking opportunities. EMA 2014 will provide opportunities to learn, present and collaborate on academic and industry leading challenges in electronic materials, ranging from fundamental science, through development, to commercial applications.
|Steven C. Tidrow, (ED)
University of Texas–Pan American
|George A. Rossetti, Jr. (BSD)
University of Connecticut
|Haiyan Wang (ED)
Texas A&M University
Basic Science Division Officers
Chair: Jian Luo
George A. Rossetti, Jr.
Electronics Division Officers
Trustee: Dwight Viehland