Electronic Materials and Applications 2016
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Electronic Materials and Applications 2016 addresses emerging needs, opportunities and key challenges in the field of electronic materials and applications. Technical presentations highlight advancements in materials and devices for electronics, sensors, energy generation and storage, photovoltaics, and LEDs. The January 20–22 event features 11 comprehensive symposia and plenary talks from Darrell Schlom, Cornell University; James Warren, NIST; and Thomas Detzel, Infineon Technologies Austria AG.
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|Who Should Attend|
Plan to attend the popular after-meeting session, “Failure: The greatest teacher” on Friday, January 22, 5:45 p.m. – 6:45 p.m.
EMA 2016 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 lab participants, discussing theoretical, experimental, applied, and unifying approaches.
Be sure to check out the new Winter Workshop, that ties into the final afternoon of programming at Electronic Materials and Applications (EMA), including the popular “failure lecture,” as well as a tour of Kennedy Space Center and the welcome reception and plenary session at the 40th International Conference and Expo on Advanced Ceramics and Composites (ICACC’16) in Daytona Beach.
EMA 2016, jointly programmed by ACerS’ Electronics and Basic Science divisions, is The American Ceramic Society’s seventh annual meeting on advances and challenges in the field of electronic materials. Make your plans to attend EMA 2016 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Orlando at Sea World®.
Plenary Title: Thin-Film Alchemy: Using Strain and Dimensionality to Unleash the Hidden Properties of Oxides
Wednesday, January 20
Plenary Title: The Materials Genome Initiative: NIST, Data, and Open Science
Thursday, January 21
Plenary Title: Power Semiconductors
Friday, January 22
The 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. Symposia emphasize ferroelectrics, piezoelectrics, and dielectrics; thermoelectrics; superconductors; photovoltaics and LED’s; energy generation and storage systems; human energy generation and use; NEMS/MEMS; graded materials; and data storage applications. Other themes include thin film and bulk materials processing; device fabrication; green processing and sustainable materials; novel characterization methods; nanoscale electronics and mechanics; and interfacial effects and engineering.
A separate student-run symposium also features graduate and undergraduate student research, sponsored by ACerS President’s Council of Student Advisors, providing development and networking opportunities for the next generation of scientists. EMA 2016 offers opportunities to learn, present and collaborate on academic and industry leading challenges in electronic materials, ranging from fundamental science, through development, to commercial applications.
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|S6||Computational Design of Electronic Materials|
|S10||Emerging Functionalities in Layered-oxide and Related Materials|
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|Brady Gibbons (ED)
Oregon State University
|John Blendell (BSD)
|Haiyan Wang (ED)
|Dominique Chatain (BSD)
Haiyan Wang, Chair
Geoff Brennecka, Chair-elect
Winnie Wong-Ng, Trustee
Basic Science Division
Shen Dillon, Chair
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