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Meeting 2023 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Alloys and Compounds for Thermoelectric and Solar Cell Applications XI
Sponsorship TMS Functional Materials Division
TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: Alloy Phases Committee
Organizer(s) Hsin-Jay Wu, National Chiao Tung University
Sinn-wen Chen, National Tsing Hua University
Franck Gascoin, Cnrs Crismat Unicaen
Philippe Jund, Montpellier University
Yoshisato Kimura, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Takao Mori, National Institute For Materials Science
Wan-Ting Chiu, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Chenguang Fu, Zhejiang University
Scope This symposium addresses synthesis, transport property, phase stability, phase transformation of the alloys and compounds used in the thermoelectric and solar cell devices. Materials of interest include but are not limited to skutterudites, superlattice, half-heusler alloys, CdTe, CIS, CIGS, CZTS, and new materials for thermoelectric and solar cell applications.
Abstracts Due 07/17/2022
Proceedings Plan Planned:
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

High-Thermoelectric-Performance α-MgAgSb for Cooling Applications: From Material to Device
A robust thermoelectric module based on MgAgSb/Mg3(Sb,Bi)2 with a conversion efficiency of 8.5% and a maximum cooling of 72 K
A Tentative of an Initial Materials Specification of the Process Influence on Sulfide-based Ceramics for Enhancing their Thermoelectric Performances
ACCELERATED DISCOVERY OF EFFICIENT THERMOELECTRIC MATERIALS USING A NOVEL MACHINE LEARNING APPROACH
Bi2Te3 based compounds made via mechanical alloying: defect chemistry and phase diagram
Carrier concentration adjustment and texturation processing on thermoelectric silicide
Chemical Stability and Degradation Mechanism of Mg3Sb2-xBix Thermoelectrics
Cluster-Based Molybdenum Chalcogenide Compounds for Thermoelectricity. Dream or Reality? A (Partial) Answer from Theory
Compositional modification improves the thermoelectric performance of AgSbTe2
Concluding Maximum Solubility Using Impurity Phase Stoichiometry
Crystal Structure, Phase Stability, and Thermoelectric Properties of Medium-Temperature IV-VI Thermoelectric Materials
Doping as a tuning mechanism for magneto-thermoelectric effects to improve zT in Weyl semimetals
Effect of Interfacial Stability of Bi2Te3 Thin Film Modules on Thermoelectric Property
Effects of Doping Element Addition on Phase Equilibria and Mg2Si–Mg2Sn Two-phase Microstructure Formation in Thermoelectric Mg2(Si, Sn)-based Alloys
Eliciting promising p-type Bi2Te3 with sizeable Thermoelectric performances
Enhanced Thermoelectric Performance by compositional modulation in AgSbTe2
Enhancement of phonon scattering in thermoelectric half-Heusler compounds by non-equilibrium synthesis
Enhancing the SnS-Based Solar Cells by Crystallographic Orientation Engineering and Interfacial Band Alignment Using an Eco-friendly Zinc-Tin-Oxide Buffer Layer
Full-Heusler compounds: unconfined prospects for tuning thermoelectricity
In-situ creep deformation electrical conductivity measurement of I-doped PbTe
Influence of connectivities and length scales of eutectic alloys on thermoelectric properties
Interface and Grain Boundary Effects on Thermal and Electrical Transport
Interfacial reactions in Cu/Se, Cu2Se/Te and Cu2Te/Se couples
Leveraging Additive Manufacturing to Tailor Thermoelectric Device Configuration, Leg Shape, and Transport Properties
Liquid-like Copper Ionic and Multiscale Crystal Imperfections Eliciting Record-High Thermoelectric zT in n-type Bi2Te3
Low crystallinity Cu-Te-S compounds elicit ultralow lattice thermal conductivity in GeTe thermoelectric materials
Manipulation of Bi-doping of polycrystalline Ni-Mn-Ga and fabrication of grain particles for smart Ni-Mn-Ga/polymer composites
Mg2Sn epitaxial thin film for thermoelectric application
Minor Cu addition in β-Zn4Sb3 leads to high thermoelectric performance via Phase Diagram Engineering.
Mixing Amorphous and Crystalline Structures for high performance n-type Bi2Te3 thermoelectrics
Modulating Doping Concentration via Thermodynamic Approach for High-Performance p-type Bi2Te3 Thermoelectrics
Nano-engineering of GeTe for High Performance Thermoelectric Applications
Novel mechanisms to lower thermal conductivity and enhance ZT
Order-disorder transitions in Zr-doped NbCoSn heusler alloys enable tunable n-p transitions
P-electron cross-gap hybridization to enhance mobility and lower thermal conductivity for design of thermoelectric materials
Phase diagram of ternary Zn-Sb-Cu system and thermoelectric properties of Copper doped Zn4Sb3
Phase diagrams of the Ag-Cu-Se-Te quaternary system
Redissolution of Ge precipitates Boosts Thermoelectric Performance and Self-tunes the Carrier Concentration in Homogenous GeTe materials
Shapes of Phase Boundaries in Isothermal Phase Diagrams
Spin-mediated thermal transport in low-dimensional quantum magnets
Stability Study of Cesium-based Triple Cation Perovskite Solar Cells in Elevated Environmental Ambients
Structure-property relationships in sphalerite quaternary chalcogenides
Studies on novel Zr-based quaternary and quinary half Heusler alloy systems: Effect of aliovalent site substitutions on phase stability and electronic properties
Thermoelectric modules based on thin films for localized heat harvesting
Triple Half-Heusler with Low Thermal Conductivity
Unexpected reactions observed in Ni/SnSe2 couples


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