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Meeting MS&T24: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Energy Materials for Sustainable Development
Sponsorship ACerS Energy Materials and Systems Division
Organizer(s) Yang Bai, University of Oulu
Jianhua Tong, Clemson University
Eva Hemmer, University of Ottawa
Krista Carlson, University of Nevada, Reno
Charmayne E. Lonergan, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Bed Poudel, Pennsylvania State University
Sepideh Akhbarifar, Catholic University of America -Vitreous State Lab
Armin Feldhoff, Leibniz University Hannover
Scope Affordable, reliable and clean sources of energy are essential for sustainable development of modern societies. Advancements are needed in clean energy technology and energy infrastructure, including renewable energy, energy efficiency, cleaner fossil-fuel technology, and a cleaner and stronger power grid to serve the needs of the decades to come. These energy services rely on the development of advanced materials for energy harvesting, conversion, transmission, storage and utilization as well as their integration into complex systems.

The focus of this symposium is to convene leading global experts to engage in ceramic technology-centered dialogues to address critical issues in the design, understanding and development of energy materials and their applications for sustainable development. Researchers/scientists in energy materials and related fields are invited to participate in this symposium. This symposium is co-sponsored by the ACerS Energy Materials & Systems Division.

Abstracts are solicited in (but not limited to) the following topics:
• Materials for energy harvesting (piezoelectric, electrostrictive, electrets, triboelectric, thermomagnetic, thermoelectric, …)
• Materials for energy conversion (perovskite-based photovoltaics, photoelectrochemical cells, solar thermochemical fuel production, wind turbines, fuel cells, electrolyzer cells, membrane reactors, downconverters, upconverters, triplet triplet annihilation…)
• Materials for solar to fuels conversion (photocatalysts, photoelectrochemical devices, combined photovoltaic and electrocatalyts,…)
• Materials for energy transmission (superconductors in the power grid, …)
• Materials for energy storage (solid state ionics, batteries, supercapacitors, …)
• Materials for smart energy systems (smart grid, smart metering, smart sensors, smart homes, smart cities)
• Energy-efficient power electronics
• Transparent and translucent ceramics for energy applications
• Advanced manufacturing of functional materials or composites for energy applications (3D printing, …)

Abstracts Due 05/15/2024
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A Comparative Analysis of Structural, Optical, Excitonic and Electronic Properties of New Long Chain Alkyl Bismuth Iodide Perovskite Materials
Advanced Transmission Electron Microscopy for Energy Materials
Affordable Interface Passivation for Sustainable Carbon Electrode-Based Perovskite Solar Cells: A Pathway to Commercialization
Ag Nanoaggregates as Broadband Boosters for RE 3+-Ions Towards Efficient and Sustainable Energy Conversion and Lighting
Atomic Defects and Ordering in the Spin Gapless Semiconducting Heusler Compound of Mn2CoAl and Their Impact on Transport Properties
Benchtop Room-Temperature Synthesis of High Performance Thermoelectrics
Carbon Fiber Structural Composites as Flat Inductors, with Relevance to Induction-Based Energy Devices
Ceramics Nanocomposite Materials for Green Energy and Heat Management
Cobalt-Free Air Electrodes for Protonic Ceramic Cells
Complex Nano-Structured Oxide, Composite and Metal Sponges for Sensing and Energy-Applications
Composite Nano-Systems for Energy Harvesting
Designed Polymer Ligands for Perovskite Quantum Dots and their Block Copolymer Nanocomposites
Dry Laser Processing of Battery Cathode Films
Dynamics of Entropy, Charge and Energy: The Carnot Principle Applied to Thermoelectric Materials
Effect of A-Site Substitution on the Photovoltaic Properties of Bismuth Ferrite
Effect of Sintering and Microstructure on the Ionic Conductivity of Co-Doped Na3Zr2Si2PO12 Solid Electrolyte for All Solid-State Sodium Ion Batteries
Emerging Solution to an Indigenous Power Sector using Boltwoodite Ore for Nuclear Fuel Cycle Application
Engineered Nanomaterials for Energy and Environment: From Synthesis to Applications
Enhanced Magnetostriction in Fe-Ga by Rapid Solidification and Ce Microalloying
Enhancing Thermoelectric Materials with Magnetism and Topology
Exploration of Thermoelectric Conversion from the Diffusive to Ballistic Transport Regime
High-throughput Printing and Flash Processing of High-Performance and Flexible Thermoelectric Materials and Devices
High Thermoelectric Figure-Of-Merit in Half-Heusler Compounds
Lone Pair Induced 1D Effect and Lattice Vibrations: Two Ingredients for Low Thermal Conductivity in Thermoelectric Sulfides
Low Apparent Thermal Conductivity of a Single Nanopillar Mediated by Surface Phonon Polaritons
Machine Learning Assisted Discovery of Perovskite Oxides for Protonic Ceramic Electrochemical Cell Electrolytes
Magneto-Thermoelectric Properties in FeRh Thin Films during Antiferromagnetic-Ferromagnetic Phase Transition
Material Design of Thermoelectric Oxides with Low Thermal Conductivity
Method to Monitor Cough by Employing Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting and Energy-as-Data Concepts
Microwave-assisted hydrothermal technique for the preparation of lanthanide doped alkaline-earth fluoride nanoparticles
Oxygen evolution reaction made economically affordable by Prussian blue analogues integrated with trigonal selenium.
Photoresponsive Piezoelectric Ceramics for Multisource Energy Harvesting and Sensing
Piezoinductance as an Emerging Form of Energy Conversion
Progress in the Development of Distributed Transport Property (DTP) Thermoelectric Devices
Quantum Analysis of Metal-Insulator Transitions in Some Ruthenate Pyrochlores
Realizing high-performance and high-temperature compatible thermoelectric devices
Rudorffites: Lead-free Perovskite-Inspired Copper Pnictohalides For Next-Generation Photovoltaics
Thermal Degradation Characterization of Layered Oxide Cathodes for High Energy Density and Long Cycle Life Li-Ion Batteries


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