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MRS FALL MEETING 2013

2013 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit, December 1-6, 2013, Boston, Massachusetts

2013 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit, December 1-6, 2013, Boston, Massachusetts

 

Meeting Chairs: Charles Black, Elisabetta Comini, Gitti Frey, Kristi Kiick, Loucas Tsakalakos

Symposia

Biomaterials and Soft Matter

  • A Modeling and Theory-Driven Design of Soft Materials
  • B Point-and-Click Synthesis–Implementations of Click Chemistry in Polymers
  • C Advances in Mechanics of Biological and Bioinspired Materials
  • D Engineering and Application of Bioinspired Structured Materials
  • E Fundamentals of Gels and Self-Assembled Polymer Systems
  • F Synthetic Tools for Understanding Biological Phenomena
  • G Integration of Biomaterials with Organic Electronics
  • H Advanced Composites and Structures for Tissue Engineering
  • I Multiscale Materials in the Study and Treatment of Cancer
  • J Materials for Neural Interfaces
  • K Micro- and Nanoscale Processing of Materials for Biomedical Devices

Electronics and Photonics

  • L Photonic and Plasmonic Materials for Enhanced Optoelectronic Performance
  • M Large-Area Processing and Patterning for Active Optical and Electronic Devices
  • N Functional Aspects of Luminescent and Photoactive Organic and Soft Materials
  • O Solution Processing of Inorganic and Hybrid Materials for Electronics and Photonics
  • P Emergent Electron Transport Properties at Complex Oxide Interfaces
  • Q Organic Microlasers–From Fundamentals to Device Application
  • R Oxide Semiconductors
  • S Diamond Electronics and Biotechnology–Fundamentals to Applications VII
  • T Compound Semiconductor Materials and Devices
  • U Magnetic Nanostructures and Spin-Electron-Lattice Phenomena in Functional Materials
  • V Enabling Metamaterials–From Science to Innovation

Energy and Sustainability

  • W Next-Generation Inorganic Thin-Film Photovoltaics
  • Y Physics of Organic and Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Solar Cells
  • Z Sustainable Solar Energy Conversion Using Earth-Abundant Materials
  • AA Catalytic Nanomaterials for Energy and Environment
  • BB Thermoelectric Materials–From Basic Science to Applications
  • CC Advanced Materials for Rechargeable Batteries
  • DD Materials and Technologies for Grid-Scale Energy Storage
  • EE Advanced Materials for Nuclear Energy Technologies
  • FF Characterization of Energy Materials In-Situ and Operando
  • GG Surface/Interface Characterization and Renewable Energy

General Materials and Methods

  • HH Functional Surfaces/Interfaces for Controlling Wetting and Adhesion
  • II Bulk Metallic Glasses
  • JJ Materials Fundamentals of Fatigue and Fracture
  • KK Dislocation Plasticity
  • LL Advances in Scanning Probe Microscopy
  • MM Neutron Scattering Studies of Advanced Materials
  • NN Strategies and Techniques to Accelerate Inorganic Materials Innovation
  • OO Solid-State Chemistry of Inorganic Materials
  • X Frontiers of Materials Research

Materials and Society

  • PP Materials Issues in Art and Archaeology X
  • QQ Advances in Materials Science and Engineering Education and Outreach

Nanomaterials

  • RR Large-Area Graphene and Other 2D-Layered Materials–Synthesis, Properties and Applications
  • SS Nanowires and Nanotubes–Novel Materials, Advanced Heterostructures, Doping and Devices
  • TT Transport Properties in Nanocomposites
  • UU Phonon-Interaction-Based Materials Design–Theory, Experiments and Applications
  • VV Designed Cellular Materials–Synthesis, Modeling, Analysis and Applications
  • WW Self-Organization and Nanoscale Pattern Formation
  • XX Microelectromechanical Systems–Materials and Devices
  • YY Elastic Strain Engineering for Unprecedented Materials Properties
  • ZZ Nanostructured Materials in Extreme Environments

 

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