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Meeting MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Solid-state Optical Materials and Luminescence Properties
Sponsorship ACerS Basic Science Division
Organizer(s) Yiquan Wu, Alfred University
Jas S. Sanghera, Naval Research Laboratory
Akio Ikesue, World-Lab. Co., Ltd
Rong-Jun Xie, Xiamen University
Mathieu Allix, Laboratoire CEMHTI
Kiyoshi Shimamura, National Institute for Materials Science
Liangbi Su, Shanghai Institute of Ceramics
Dariusz Hreniak, Institute of Low Temperature and Structure Research
Scope Solid-state materials, including glass-ceramics, transparent polycrystalline and amorphous materials, and single-crystals, have a wide range of important and emerging applications in the fields of optoelectronics, optics, photonics, defense protection, telecommunication, bioengineering, healthcare and sustainable energy. The symposium is aimed at providing a forum for researchers, students, and entrepreneurs to present and discuss their recent scientific results and ideas on a wide variety of topics related to science, engineering and technology issues associated with solid-state optical materials and luminescence properties. The topics will be placed on the fundamental issues to advance our understanding and utilizations of advanced optical and photonic materials and related-devices applied to sustainable environment, healthcare, and energy.

1. Functionality of optical crystalline and amorphous materials
2. Fundamental science of optical transparent materials
3. Photonic and optical solid state materials
4. Novel optical materials design and mechanical properties
5. Advanced processing of optical materials and devices
6. Materials for scintillators and spectroscopy
7. Optoelectronic and magneto-optical materials
8. Crystalline and amorphous laser materials
9. Optical materials for bioengineering and sustainable energy
10. Ceramic and glass luminescence materials and applications
11. Optical and photonic fiber materials and applications
12. Ultra-violet and mid-infrared application of optical materials
13. Modeling and theory computation of optical materials
14. Optical and photonic materials for environment, healthcare and energy
15. Future advanced optical and photonic materials

Abstracts Due 05/15/2022
Proceedings Plan Undecided

Advanced Spinel Ceramics with Highest VUV-vis Transparency
Application of La2Zr2O7:Pr3+ Nanoparticles for Luminescence Thermometry
Beta-SiC for High Strength Windows
Ceramic Faraday Rotator for Laser Machining
Ceramic Processes for LHPG (Laser Heated Pedestal Growth)
Crystallization from Glass: Application to Transparent (Glass-)Ceramics
D-25: Crystallite Growth of Eu-doped Lanthanum Zirconate Pyrochlores Investigated via XRD Line Broadening
Development of Novel Garnet-based Transparent Ceramics for the High Power White Lighting
Development of Sc2Mo3O12:Eu3+ as a Red Phosphor with Superior Thermally Enhanced Emission
Electroluminescence During Flash Experiments Interpreted as a Solid State Plasma
Fabrication and Properties of Y2O3 Based Ceramics
High-entropy Rare-earth Aluminates: Crystal Growth and Ceramics
Investigation of Micro/Nano Mechanical Behavior of AlON Transparent Ceramics
Laser Processing of Glass, Using the Memory of Glass to Characterize the Local Modifications
Manipulable Persistent Luminescence of Pr3+-Activated Phosphors
Melt Processing of a Co-extruded LiCa2Mg2V3O12 Garnet onto a YAG Single Crystal for IR Laser Applications
Non-equilibrium Synthesis of New Oxide Materials with Modified Optical Properties
Optical Ceramic Window Materials at NRL
Polycrystalline Ceramics for Lasers: Current Potential and Limits
Reusable Multilayer Photonic Nanostructured Coatings for Optical Limiting of High Energy Lasers
Structural and Optical Properties of the Spin-coated YAG and Nd:YAG Epitaxial Films
Ultrafast High Temperature Sintering for Ceramic Membranes
Upconverting Er3+-doped Ytterbium-aluminum Garnet Ceramics
UVC and UVB Dual-band Persistent Luminescent Phosphor
Yb Doped MgO Transparent Ceramics Sintered through the SPS Method

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