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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2016
Symposium International Symposium on Defects, Transport and Related Phenomena
Sponsorship
Organizer(s) Sangtae Kim, University of California, Davis
Doreen Edwards, Rochester Institute of Technology
Tatsuya Kawada, Tohoku University
Manfred Martin, RWTH Aachen University
Scope Following the precedent set through past annual meetings of the American Ceramic Society, this symposium focuses on defects, transport and related phenomena in crystalline, nanocrystalline and amorphous ceramics (but not traditional glasses). The symposium covers the topic of "Defects, Transport and Related Phenomena" in a holistic sense. The materials to be covered will include ionic, electronic and mixed conductors for SOFCs, batteries, sensors, electrochromics, transparent conductors, and magnetic, magnetoresistive, ferroelectric, dielectric, superconducting and other ceramic materials. Contributions related to the high-resolution microanalysis of defect structures are also very welcome as well as such related to the computer modeling of defect energetics.

Session topics include but are not limited to:
- Structure, including point and other defects in crystalline ceramic and amorphous ceramic solids, different types of in-situ and spectroscopic studies (NMR, EPR, etc.), thermodynamics, modeling and energy calculations.
- Transport, including crystalline and non-traditional amorphous ceramic materials, diffusion, conduction, experimental work, modeling and computational work.
- Relaxation phenomena, including ionic, electronic, impedance spectroscopy, NMR (dynamics), experimental work, modeling, and calculations.
- Other defect-related phenomena, such as creep, solid-state reactions, optical properties, magnetic properties.
No, I do not plan on publishing a proceedings from this symposium.
Abstracts Due 03/31/2016
Proceedings Plan Undecided
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A Novel, Simpler Method to Measure the Chemical Diffusivity of a Mixed-conducting Compound
Defects and Transport in Nanosized Particles: Novel In-situ Means for Investigation
Defects, Transport and Related Phenomena in Y-doped ZrO2
Direct Measurement of Charge and Electrostatic Potential Distribution in Non-stoichiometric Nano Magnesium Aluminate Spinel
Electrical Conduction Behavior of BaTiO3-Based Multi-layer Ceramic Capacitor under High Field Condition
Electrochemical Capacitance at a Ni/YSZ Boundary as a Measure of Utilization Thickness of a Ni-YSZ Cermet Electrode
High-temperature 57Fe Mössbauer Study of Mixed Ionic–electronic Conducting (Ba0.5Sr0.5)(Co0.8Fe0.2)O3-δ
Investigation on SOFC Cathodic Reaction by Using Patterned Thin Film Model Electrode
Ionic Conduction Modification in Nanoscale Proton-conducting Oxide Heterostructures Prepared by Pulsed Laser Deposition
Non-classical Electrostriction in Fluorites with a Large Concentration of Point Defects
Non-stoichiometry and Isothermal Transport Properties of La0.1Sr0.9Co0.8Fe0.2O2.05+δ
On the Conductivity Maximum in Rare Earth-doped Ceria
Oxygen Storage and Transport Properties of CeO2-ZrO2-Based Oxides
Properties of Proton-conducting Solid Oxide Electrolyte Required for Critically-high Electrical Efficiency of SOFCs
Proton Transport Properties of Mn Doped CaZrO3 with Redox Protonation
Redox Capacity of Ultrathin CeO2-δ Depends Non-monotonically on Large Biaxial Strain
Sintering Behavior of Transition Metal (Ni or Co) Doped Fully Stabilized Zirconia
Surface Reactivity and Electronic/spin Structure of Nonstoichiometric Oxide Cathode
Transport Properties, Interfacial Kinetics and Redox Behavior of Phosphate and Thiophosphate-based Lithium Solid Electrolytes
Ab initio Modelling of the Cation Diffusion in La1-xSrxMnO3±δ and Yttria-stabilized Zirconia for SOFC Applications


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