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MRS FALL MEETING 2012

MRS FALL MEETING, November 25-30, 2012, Hynes Convention Center - Boston, MA

MRS FALL MEETING, November 25-30, 2012, Hynes Convention Center - Boston, MA

Topical Clusters:

  • Materials for Energy Technologies (A - K)
  • Soft Materials and Biomaterials (L - U)
  • Functional Materials and Nanomaterials (V - W, Y - FF)
  • Structural and Advanced Materials (GG - OO)
  • Synthesis, Characterization and Modeling Methods (PP - YY)
  • General (X, ZZ, AAA)

 

European Materials Research Society

 

The second annual MRS/EMRS Bilateral Conference on Energy will be
comprised of the energy-related symposia at the 2012 MRS Fall Meeting.

 

 

 

 

Symposia

  • Symposium A: Compliant Energy Sources
  • Symposium B: Thermoelectric Materials Research and Device Development for Power Conversion and Refrigeration
  • Symposium C: Electrocatalysis and Interfacial Electrochemistry for Energy Conversion and Storage
  • Symposium D: Energy-Critical Materials
  • Symposium E: Photovoltaic Technologies–Materials, Devices, and Systems
  • Symposium F: Oxide Thin Films for Renewable Energy Applications
  • Symposium G: Materials as Tools for Sustainability
  • Symposium H: Small-Molecule Organic Solar Cells
  • Symposium I: Functional Materials for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
  • Symposium J: Materials Aspects of Advanced Lithium Batteries
  • Symposium K: Hierarchically Structured Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage
  • Symposium L: Biomimetic Nanoscale Platforms, Particles, and Scaffolds for Biomedical Applications
  • Symposium M: Bioinspired Directional Surfaces–From Nature to Engineered Textured Surfaces
  • Symposium N: Precision Polymer Materials–Fabricating Functional Assemblies, Surfaces, Interfaces, and Devices
  • Symposium O: Next-Generation Polymer-based Organic Photovoltaics
  • Symposium P: Single-Crystalline Organic and Polymer Semiconductors–Fundamentals and Devices
  • Symposium Q: Functional and Responsive Materials Exploiting Peptide and Protein Self-Assembly
  • Symposium R: Fundamentals of Assembly in Biomolecular and Biomimetic Systems
  • Symposium S: Directed Self-Assembly for Nanopatterning
  • Symposium T: Membrane Material Platforms and Concepts for Energy, Environment, and Medical Applications
  • Symposium U: Colloidal Crystals, Quasicrystals, Assemblies, Jammings, and Packings
  • Symposium V: Geometry and Topology of Biomolecular and Functional Nanomaterials
  • Symposium W: Carbon Nanomaterials
  • Symposium X: Frontiers of Materials Research
  • Symposium Y: Combustion Synthesis of Functional Nanomaterials
  • Symposium Z: Oxide Semiconductors
  • Symposium AA: Oxide Nanoelectronics and Multifunctional Dielectrics
  • Symposium BB: Recent Advances in Optical, Acoustic, and Other Emerging Metamaterials
  • Symposium CC: Optically Active Nanostructures
  • Symposium DD: Group IV Semiconductor Nanostructures and Applications
  • Symposium EE: Diamond Electronics and Biotechnology–Fundamentals to Applications VI
  • Symposium FF: Semiconductor Nanowires–Optical and Electronic Characterization and Applications
  • Symposium GG: Mechanical Behavior of Metallic Nanostructured Materials
  • Symposium HH: Advances in Materials for Nuclear Energy
  • Symposium II: Atomic Structure and Chemistry of Domain Interfaces and Grain Boundaries
  • Symposium JJ: Intermetallic-based Alloys–Science, Technology, and Applications
  • Symposium KK: Complex Metallic Alloys
  • Symposium LL: Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXXVI
  • Symposium MM: Materials under Extreme Environments
  • Symposium NN: Structure-Property Relations in Amorphous Solids
  • Symposium OO: Properties, Processing, and Applications of Reactive Materials
  • Symposium PP: Frontiers of Chemical Imaging–Integrating Electrons, Photons, and Ions
  • Symposium QQ: Materials Informatics
  • Symposium RR: Advanced Multiscale Materials Simulation–Toward Inverse Materials Computation
  • Symposium SS: Quantitative In situ Electron Microscopy
  • Symposium TT: Defects and Microstructure Complexity in Materials
  • Symposium UU: Scanning Probe Microscopy–Frontiers in Nanotechnology
  • Symposium VV: Advanced Materials Exploration with Neutrons and Synchrotron X-Rays
  • Symposium WW: Roll-to-Roll Processing of Electronics and Advanced Functionalities
  • Symposium XX: Materials and Concepts for Biomedical Sensing
  • Symposium YY: Low-Voltage Electron Microscopy and Spectroscopy for Materials Characterization
  • Symposium ZZ: Communicating Social Relevancy in Materials Science and Engineering Education
  • Symposium AAA: The Business of Nanotechnology IV

 

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