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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2020
Symposium Synthesis, Characterization, Modeling and Applications of Functional Porous Materials
Sponsorship ACerS: Engineering Ceramics Division
ACerS: Electronics Divisions
Organizer(s) Lan Li, Boise State University
Winnie K. Wong-Ng, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kevin Huang, University of South Carolina
Scope Porous materials are materials containing pores, channels or interstices. The structures and properties of the materials depend of the size, orientation and shape of the pores, the porosity (i.e. the ratio between the total pore volume and the apparent volume of the material) and material compositions. Tailoring their structures and properties leads to a wide range of applications, including optical/electronic devices, electrochemical cells, catalysis, clean air, waste disposal, selective separation and fixation of hazardous and radioactive ions and hazardous organic species, and more. This symposium provides an international forum to discuss the latest advances in scientific understanding and engineering development of porous materials.

Papers are sought in all aspects of synthesis, processing, characterization, property evaluation, applications, and computational modeling of porous materials. Topics include, but not limited to, 1) Synthesis, processing, and characterization; 2) Fundamental properties, structure/property relationships; 3) Applications in optical, electronic, electrochemical, biological, energy, environmental and sustainable fields; and 4) Computational modeling.

This symposium is sponsored by the ACerS Engineering Ceramics and Electronics Divisions.

Abstracts Due 05/31/2020
Proceedings Plan Undecided
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

An Overview of High-temperature Ceramic-carbonate Dual-phase Membranes for CO2 Capture and Conversion
Compositional Influence on Kirkendall Pore Formation during Fabrication of Gamma Prime Strengthened Superalloy Microtubes
Crystallinity Effect on Mesoporous TiO2 Nanoparticle Negative Electrode Material for Metal Ion Batteries
Density Functional Theory Study of the Porous Metal-organic Framework Material Ni-Bpy-Me
Designing Multi-phase Reaction Pathways for CO2 Capture and Enhanced H2 Production from Ca- and Mg-bearing Precursors to Produce Stable Porous Carbonates Using Cross-scale X-ray Scattering Measurements
Development of Nanostructured Vycor Glass Microspheres for Doxorubicin Administration
Experimental Thermodynamics of Zeolites and Metal-organic Frameworks
Hierarchical Porosity in δ-MnO2 Nanosheet Assemblies via Layer-tunnel Conversion
Highly Controlled and Steerable Porosity for Ceramic Structures via Freeze Casting
Introductory Comments: Synthesis, Characterization, Modeling and Applications of Functional Porous Materials
Low/Intermediate Temperature Polysiloxane Derived Ceramics with Increased Carbon for Electrical Applications
Luminescent Metal-organic Framework-Based Sensors of Rare Earth Elements in Aqueous Streams
Porous Crystalline Porphyrinic Structures for Functional Materials Applications
Porous Organic Cage Composite Membranes for Post-combustion CO2 Separation
Surface Modified ScSZ-MC Dual-phase Membrane for Pre-combustion CO2 Capture
Synchrotron Structure and Sorption Properties of a Metal Organic Framework Compound Ni(3-methyl-4,4’-bipyridine)[Ni(CN)4] for CO2 Mitigation Application
The Influence of Yttria Content and Synthetic Parameters on the Thermal Stability of Yttria-stabilized Zirconia Aerogels
Thermodynamics of Naturally Occurring 2D and 3D Mineral Hosts: Zeolites, Layered Double Hydroxides and Clays


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