S2 – Advanced Electronic Materials: Processing Structures, Properties, and Applications | The American Ceramic Society

S2 – Advanced Electronic Materials: Processing Structures, Properties, and Applications

This symposium brings together materials and engineering researchers to present the latest advances in electronic materials, including synthesis/processing as well as microstructure analysis and characterization of dielectric, piezoelectric, pyroelectric, and ferroelectric properties in the form of bulk ceramics, single crystals, glasses, and multilayers. These materials have tremendous impact on a variety of technologies, including ultrasonic transducers, memories, MEMS devices, actuators, sensors, and tunable microwave devices. Other topics of interest include nanoscale domain phenomena, defect chemistry, structure–property relationships, and electric-field-induced phase transitions.

 Proposed Sessions
  • Advanced electronic materials, including ferroelectric, piezoelectric, dielectric, electrostrictive, and pyroelectric materials
  • Materials design, new materials and structures, and their emerging applications
  • Reliability and fatigue of ferroelectrics and related devices
 Symposium Organizers
  • Shujun Zhang, University of Wollongong, AUSTRALIA; shujun@uow.edu.au
  • Xiaoli Tan, Iowa State University, USA
  • Kyle Webber, Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, GERMANY
  • Satoshi Wada, University of Yamanashi, JAPAN
Confirmed Invited Speakers
  • Dragan Damjanovic, EPFL, Switzerland
  • Brahim Dkhil, Centrale Supelec, France
  • Koichi Hayashi, Nagoya Institute Technology, Japan
  • Jacob Jones, NC State University, USA
  • Soonil Lee, Changwon University, Korea
  • Baowen Li, Wuhan University Technology, China
  • Kui Yao, Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, Singapore
  • Ichiro Fujii, University of Yamanashi, Japan

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