Electronic Materials and Applications (EMA 2015) (Archive)
ACerS Electronic Materials and Applications 2015 closed the book on its sixth successful meeting in Orlando, Fla. Held January 21–23, the event featured 11 comprehensive symposia and plenary talks from Kent Budd, 3M; Greg Rohrer, Carnegie Mellon University; and Hiroshi Funakubo, Tokyo Institute of Technology.
EMA 2015 Summary Report
Published on January 27th, 2015 | By: April Gocha, PhD
EMA 2015 was designed for scientists, engineers, students, researchers and manufacturers with an interest in materials for electronics, energy and sensor applications. The programming included a mix of industrial, university and federal lab participants, discussing theoretical, experimental, applied, and unifying approaches.
The technical program included plenary talks, invited lectures, contributed papers and poster presentations, and open discussions, as well as networking opportunities to facilitate future collaborations, scientific, and technical advances. Symposia emphasized 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 included 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 featured 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.
Tim Haugan (ED)
US Air Force Research Lab
|Shen Dillon (BSD)
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
|Geoff Brennecka (ED)
Colorado School of Mines
Timothy J. Haugan, Chair
Basic Science Division
Bryan Huey, Chair
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.
EMA 2015 Links