Spotlight: EMA 2010
Download the Final Technical Program to review sessions then use the Itinerary Planner to schedule each day. EMA 2010 will focus on electronic ceramics for energy storage and
conversion applications and the complementary fundamental science
issues. EMA 2010 will present the latest ceramic applications in
renewable energy, “smart grid” technologies, and innovative hybrid and
all-electric transportation development. Jointly programmed by ACerS Electronics Division and Basic Science Division, EMA will host these Plenary Speakers: John Blottman, “Smart Materials Enable Bioinspiration;” Dr. Arun Majumdar, “Role of ARPA-E to Stimulate Innovations in Energy Technologies;” and Tim Anderson “The Florida Energy Systems Consortium: Integration of Electronic Materials into Energy Systems.”
|Who Should Attend|
EMA 2010 is designed for materials scientists, engineers, students, researchers and manufacturers with an interest in renewable energy, innovative hybrid and all-electric transportation development, electrical ceramics and advanced microelectronics. We are excited about the future of this field and the opportunities that the meeting will enable. For many years, we have enjoyed a high degree of interconnectedness and intimacy in this field. We hope that this meeting will continue to foster this atmosphere and facilitate these relationships.
Online registration is now closed. Please register for EMA 2010 onsite.
On or Before
December 23, 2009
December 23, 2009
|Material Advantage Student Member||$145||$195|
|Companion (Purchase when registering)||$105||$105|
Special Offer: Save 25% when you register for both EMA 2010 & 34th International Conference and Exposition on Advanced Ceramics and Composites (ICACC), hosted January 24-29, 2010 in Daytona Beach, FL. Learn more!
The Technical Program will include invited lectures, contributed papers, poster presentations, round tables on emerging topics, and participation of the President’s Council of Student Advisers, the Society’s new student-led group. The fundamental science of materials processing and advanced methods for materials integration will also be discussed. Plus, there is growing interest in energy harvesting, integrated sensors, and advanced functional microelectronics, in which integrated electrical ceramics play a key role.
Sandia National Laboratories
|Jacob L. Jones
University of Florida
Oak Ridge National Lab
Technical Programming Committee
Shashank Priya, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Amit Goyal, Oak Ridge National Lab; Wolfgang M. Sigmund, University of Florida; Clive Randall, Pennsylvania State University; Quanxi Jia, Los Alamos National Lab; Qi Tan, General Electric; Victoria Knox, PCSA.
Basic Science Division Officers
Chair: Keith Bowman
Programming Chairs (2010): Jacob L. Jones, Olivia Graeve
Past Chair: Elizabeth Dickey
Electronics Division Officers
Trustee: Dwight Viehland
Past Chair: Sharmila M. Mukhopadhyay