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S13: Highlights of Undergraduate Student Research in Basic Science and Electronic Ceramics

EMA 2014


Undergraduate student research is being conducted at universities all over the world, but rarely are these students allowed the opportunity to present their work at a meeting in front of their colleagues and esteemed professionals of the ceramics and materials community. This symposium will showcase undergraduate research to encourage innovation and involvement and to highlight the scientific contributions of undergraduate students to ceramics research.

Proposed Sessions

  • Nanostructured materials, nanocomposites and interfacial effects
  • Novel processing approaches
  • Novel characterization approaches
  • Dielectric, piezoelectric, ferroelectric and multiferroic materials
  • Energy harvesting materials and applications
  • Energy storage materials and applications
  • Other science and applications of ceramic electronic mater

Session Organizer

  • Aaron Lichtner, PCSA Programming Chair and University of Washington, USA
  • Derek Miller, PCSA Council Chair and Ohio State University, USA
  • Geoff Brennecka, Sandia National Laboratories, USA

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