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Meeting MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Synthesis, Characterization, Modeling and Applications of Functional Porous Materials
Sponsorship 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
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 and data science.

Abstracts Due 05/15/2022

Carbon Fibers Loaded Epoxy Foam: From Dielectric Characterization to Electromagnetic Absorption Application
Crystal Packing and Porosity in Molecular Co-crystals Based on C60 Fullerene
Development and Application of a Multi-scale Simulation Toolkit to Model Fibrous Materials Properties
E-18: Carbon Fibers Based Ultra-porous Epoxy Composites for Planar Multilayer Absorber Application
E-19: Variation in the Bulk Elasticity of Nanoporous Materials from Solid Structure Mechanical Properties
Electrochemically-induced Amorphous to Crystalline Transformation in Niobium Oxide Electrodes for Lithium-ion Batteries
Energetic Insights into Encapsulation of Molybdenum Oxide and Carbide Particles in Zeolite Y
Enhanced Recovery of Platinum Group Elements Using Functionalized Silica Materials Coupled with Durable Carbon Storage via Mineralization
Hybrid Pore Formation in Microporous Cu Spheres
Integrated Multi-characterization Approach to Understand Pore Size Distributions in Ceramic Composite Membranes
Investigating Flexible Framework Materials by Combining Powder Diffraction and First-principles Calculations
Investigating the Effect of the Aspect Ratio on the Elasticity of a Porous Material
Linking Structure and Catalytic Properties of Heterogeneous and Automotive Catalysts Through High Resolution X-ray Nanotomography and Cryogenic Focused Ion Beam Microscopy in Three Dimensions
Luminescent Tb3+-Doped Fluorapatite/Agar Nanocomposite for Detecting UO22+, Cu2+, and Cr3+ Ions
Mesoscopic Simulations of Tension and Compression of Cross-Linked Carbon Nanotube Films: Effects of the Nanotube Chirality
Metal Organic Framework Compound, [Ni(4,4’-bipyridine)Ni(CN)4]n, Based on Pillared Cyanonickelate (PICNIC) Architecture
Modeling Transport Characteristics of RO Membranes Using Macrovoid Resolved Simulations
MOF Derived Green Catalysts: Suzuki-Miyaura C–C Coupling of Aryl Chlorides and Bechamp Reduction of Nitroarenes to Amines Employing Pd@MOF and Porous Co@Carbonized MOFs as Heterogeneous and Recyclable Catalysts
Multilayer Coating with a Superhydrophobic Porous Top Layer for Carbon Steel Corrosion Protection
Neutron and X-ray Scattering to Characterize Adsorbents and Their Hosts
New Ceramic-Carbonate Membranes for Direct and Selective Capture of Low Concentration CO2
Optimizing Surfactant Templating of Yttria-Stabilized Zirconia Aerogels for High-temperature Applications: Effect of Anionic, Nonionic Surfactants
Porous Materials Design Using Machine Learning
Porous Solids with Nanostructured Surfaces for Environmental Applications
Scalable Metamaterial Synthesis via Colloidal Assembly
Structure and CO2 Adsorption Sites in the Flexible Coordination Polymer NiDBM-Bpy from Density Functional Theory Calculations
Synthesis of Hierarchical Pore Structures Within Monolithic Silica
Synthesis, Processing and Characterization of Intermetallic Compounds in the Ni-Al And Ti-Al System When Producing Porous Materials
Valorization of Waste to Energy Ash through Engineered Cellular Magmatics

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