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Meeting MS&T23: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Synthesis, Characterization, Modeling and Applications of Functional Porous Materials
Sponsorship ACerS Electronics Division
ACerS Basic Science Division
Organizer(s) Lan Li, Boise State University
Winnie K. Wong-Ng, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kevin Huang, University of South Carolina
Di Wu, Washington State University
Scope Porous materials are materials containing pores, channels or interstices. The structures and properties of the materials depend on 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, computational modeling, artificial intelligence/machine learning 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 and data science.

Abstracts Due 05/08/2023

Accelerating Development of Porous Sorbents for Direct Air Capture Using High Throughput Computing and Machine Learning
CO2 Conversion Catalyzed by Open Metal Sites in Porous Framework Materials
Density Functional Theory Studies of the Carbonation of Portlandite and Brucite
Development of Low-cost Nanoporous Ceramic Composite Membranes for Micro/Ultra-filtration
Direct Conversion of the Captured CO2 into Valuable Products Using CO2 Transport Membrane Reactor
Fabricating Nitinol Microtubes via Gas-phase Alloying: A Computational and Experimental Feasibility Study
Facile Synthesis, Structural and Catalytic Performances of the Porous Carbon Foam Composites Containing Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene Oxide as Reinforcements
High-throughput, Ultra-fast Laser Sintering of Ceramics and Machine-learning Based Prediction on Processing-Microstructure-Property Relationships
Implications of Nanoscale Amorphous Metal Oxide Electrode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries
Neutron and X-ray Scattering Measurements of Materials for Hydrogen Storage
Novel Method for Continuous Production of Coal-derived Carbon Foam
Optimized Porous Superhydrophobic Coating to Prevent Carbon Steel Corrosion
Porosity at the Molecular Level in C60 Fullerene-based Structures
Powder Design for Additive Manufacturing of Porous Metals
Preparation of Porous Catalytic Intermetallic Alloys Under Conditions of Synthesis of Complex Functionally Active Charges
Selective Lithium Extraction from Brines and Production Of Battery-Grade LiOH Using Porous H2TiO3 Ion Sieve Adsorbents Integrated with Electrodialysis
Structure and Sorption Properties of Nickel-3-Amino-Isonicotinate (Ni-NH2-INA), a Microporous Material for CO2 Capture Application
Synergizing Structural and Functional Hierarchy in Porous Catalysts and Sensors for Mitigation of Aqueous Pollutants.
Thermodynamic Stability of Boron Imidazolate Frameworks (BIFs) Synthesized by Mechanochemistry
Uncovering Structure-property Relationships in Complex, Inhomogeneous Materials: High-throughput Calculation of Stochastic Materials
Utilizing, Tuning, and Modeling Adsorption in Flexible MOFs for Improved Separation of Binary Mixtures

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