2013 Issues

2013 MRS Bulletin Technical Themes


January 2013: Organic single crystals: Addressing the fundamentals of organic electronics

Guest Editors: Vitaly Podzorov (Rutgers Univ.) and Wenping Hu (Chinese Academy of Sciences)

February 2013: Nitrogen-vacancy centers: Physics and applications

Guest Editors: Victor Acosta (HP Labs) and Phillip Hemmer (Texas A&M University)

March 2013: Ziegler-Natta catalysis: 40 years after the Nobel Prize

Guest Editors: Frank Schaper (University of Montreal) and Jérome Claverie (Université de Québec à Montréal)

April 2013: Paper-based technology

Guest Editors: Jason Rolland (Diagnostics For All) and Devin Mourey (HP)  

May 2013: Interfacial materials with special wettability

Guest Editors: Lin Feng (Tsinghua University), Taolei Sun (Chinese Academy of Sciences), Tak Sing Wong (Harvard University) and Joanna Aizenberg (Harvard University)

June 2013: Metal hydrides for clean energy applications

Guest Editors: Ewa C.E. Rönnebro (PNNL) and Eric H. Majzoub (University of Missouri, St. Louis)

July 2013: Ionic liquids for energy applications

Guest Editors: Bruno Scrosati (University of Rome Sapienza) and Aleksandar Matic (Chalmers University of Technology)

August 2013: Solid-state surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS): Substrates and materials

Guest Editors: Martin Moskovits (City College of New York) and Naomi J. Halas (Rice University)

September 2013: Quantum dot light-emitting devices

Guest Editors: Dmitri V. Talapin (University of Chicago) and Jonathan Steckel (QD Vision)

October 2013: Materials design for quantum computing

Guest Editors: Jim Eckstein (University of Illinois) and Jeremy Levy (University of Pittsburgh)

November 2013: Magnetic nanoparticles

Guest Editors: Sara A. Majetich (Carnegie Mellon University), Tianlong Wen (Carnegie Mellon University) and O. Thompson Mefford (Clemson University)

December 2013: Functional oxide interfaces

Guest Editors: Fabio Miletto Granozio (Institute for Superconductors and Innovative Materials and Devices of the National Research Council), Guus Rijnders (University of Twente) and Gertjan Koster (University of Twente)

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