Poster Session

International Summit of the MRS University Chapters on “Sustainability and Nanotechnology”

Thursday, November 30
8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Hynes, Level 1, Hall B


Please join us for the Summit's Poster Session! A great meeting place to exchange views on the diverse range of applications discussed over the two-day summit! An excellent way to end the great experience of the Summit!

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About the Summit

This two-day event is composed of invited talks, panel discussions and a poster session, which will focus heavily on biomedicine, catalysis, sensors and energy harvesting emphasizing the concept of sustainability and materials criticality. The speakers list includes esteemed members from academia and industry to bridge a discussion across the entire research and value chain of advanced materials technologies. The sessions will allow for active participation from the audience during the discussion. In order to promote the visibility of young students, rapid-fire presentations will be part of each session. 

Posters

  • Sasitha C. Abeyweera, Temple University
    Intrinsic influence of size and morphology of silver chlorobromide nanoparticles towards photocatalysis
  • Aquil Ahmad, Indian Institute of Technology
    Synthesis and Characterization of Ternary Intermetallic Fe2CoAl Inverse Heusler Alloy Nanoparticles
  • Fatimah Alahmari, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)
    New Quaternary Thioaluminogermanate M(AlS2)(GeS2)4 (M = Na, Ag, Cu): Synthesis, Crystal Structures, Characterization, Ion-Exchange and Solid-State 27Al and 23Na NMR Spectroscopy
  • Divya Anand, The University of Tokyo
    Green Flexible Conducting Paper based on Edible Bacteria Derived 3d Nanocellulose Matrix and Polyaniline
  • Harsha Attanayake, University of Kentucky
    Molecular Designing Strategies for High-Capacity Electrolytes in Non-Aqueous Redox Flow Batteries
  • Christina Chang, Harvard University
    Chemical vapor conversion of copper sulfides and oxides to cuprous halides for thin-film photovoltaics
  • Bolin Chen, Iowa State University
    Solar Thermal Energy Harvesting by Phase Change Material Infiltrated Carbonized Wood Composite
  • Fabrizio De Marchi, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique, Montreal
    Self-assembly of functionalized indoles over Au(111) and Ag(111) surfaces
  • Mehdi Esfandyari, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Tehran University of Medical Sciences
    3D bioprinting of vascularized bone implant containing sustained VEGF nanoparticles for promoting vascular growth
  • Isabel Galain, Universidad de la República
    Activities of the MRS University Chapter UdelaR towards promoting Sustainability and Materials Science and Technology
  • Gianluca Galeotti, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique, Montreal
    Properties and challenges of making 2D polymers on surfaces
  • David Graf, University of Cologne
    Interdependence of Structure, Morphology and Phase Transitions in CVD grown VO2 and V2O3 Nanostructures
  • Yu Shu Hearn, National University of Singapore
    Toward high-performance and low-cost Hydrogen Evolution Reaction Electrocatalysts: Nanostructuring Cobalt phosphide (CoP) particles on Carbon Fiber Paper
  • Zachary Hood , Georgia Institute of Technology, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
    Photothermal Melting of Au-Ag Nanocages by Pulsed Laser Irradiation
  • Jingjie Hu, Princeton University
    Enhanced Cellular Uptake of LHRH-Conjugated PEG-Coated Magnetite Nanoparticles for Specific Targeting of Triple Negative Breast Cancer Cells
  • Xin Huang, University of Rochester
    Label Free Biomolecular Sensing: Brewster’s Angle Straddle Reflective Interferometry
  • Vedran Jovic, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
    Slow Photon Amplification of Gas-Phase Ethanol Photo-Oxidation in Titania Inverse Opal Photonic Crystals
  • Mansoor Ali Khan, The University of Sydney
    Nanocharacterization of Organic Polymer Solar Cells
  • Ji Hwan Kim, Hanyang University
    Dual-Stretchable Rubber/CNT/MnO2 Fiber Supercapacitors
  • Hortense Le Ferrand, ETH Zürich, Nanyang University
    Magnetically-driven green assembly of bio-inspired functional nanocomposites
  • Eldred Lee, Dartmouth College
    MnFe2O4 and MnO2 Nanoparticle-based High-temperature, Air-stable, Long-term Antioxidation Cermet Solar Selective Absorbers
  • Min-Jae Lee, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
    Highly Stable Porous Silica-Coated Gold Sponges for Catalytic Reduction of p-Nitrophenol
  • Jae Myeong Lee, Hanyang University
    Highly Deformable Fiber Supercapacitors
  • Ashish Lepcha, University of Cologne
    Electrospun Perovskite Fibers—New Flexible 1D Nanocomposites for Light Harvesting Applications
  • Albert Tianxiang Liu, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Sustainable power sources based on high efficiency thermopower wave devices
  • Jiuke Mu, The University of Texas at Dallas
    High-performance stretchable, transparent and flexible conducting films prepared via a simple, inexpensive approach
  • Behzad Nazari, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Rheology: a Bridge between Polymer Microstructure and Innovations From Cellulose Suspensions and Solutions to Green Foam and Fibrous Materials
  • Md. Tabish Noori, Indian Institute of Technology
    Eco-friendly Synthesis of Nitrogen-co-doped Co3O4 to be used as Oxygen Reduction Reaction Catalyst in Microbial Fuel Cell
  • Tamas Prileszky, University of Delaware
    Modifying shaped emulsions with magnetic nanoparticles
  • Yitzchak (Isaac) Rosen, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
    Printed Copper Formate Patterns Hot-Pressed to Form Copper Interconnections and Antennas
  • Mark Anthony Ruiz, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
    PVDF Doped Nanofibers for Dynamic Sensor Applications
  • Daniel Stadler, University of Cologne
    External Magnetic Field Effects on Thin Films Formed by Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD)
  • Martin Statz, Cavendish Laboratory
    Evidence of Low Disorder, Correlated Electron Transport Regime in The Thermoelectric Response of Semicrystalline Polymer Semiconductors
  • Bikash R. Tiwari, Indian Institute of Technology
    Green synthesis of nitrogen doped nickel cobalt oxide nanoparticles for application as cathode catalyst in microbial fuel cell
  • Jill Tracey, The State University of New Jersey
    Comparative Life Cycle Assessment of the Polyol and Sodium Borohydride Methods for Silver Nanoparticle Synthesis
  • Lakshman K. Ventrapragada, Clemson University
    Engineered Current Collector Interface for High Energy Density Li-Ion Batteries
  • Vikas Reddy Voggu, The University of Texas at Austin
    All-printed CuInSe2 nanocrystal solar cells
  • Valeria Weißbrot, University of Cologne
    Electrospun Li4Ti5O12 nanofibers as anode material for rechargeable lithium ion batteries
  • Jifang Zhang, University of Bath
    Citric Acid as an Effective Anodization Electrolyte for the Fabrication of WO3 Photoanodes
  • Bowei Zhang, Iowa State University
    Nickel-Iron Phosphide Nanoarrays Based Electrocatalysts for High-performance Oxygen Evolution
  • Weiran Zhang, Boston University, Huazhong University of Science and Technology
    Noncovalent immobilization of Aluminum Porphyrin/Ionic Liquid Based Hyperbranched Polymer onto Graphene for Cooperative Catalysis of CO2/Epoxides Cycloaddition
  • Shan Zhou, Georgia Institute of Technology
    Facile Synthesis of Silver Nanocubes with Sharp Corners and Edges in an Aqueous Solution
A special THANKS to the MRS University Chapters for their collaborative efforts and commitment in planning this special two-day event. This group includes students, faculty and researchers from the University of Cologne, The City University of New York, and The University of Texas at Dallas.

THANK YOU to Hindawi Limited for partial sponsorship for this event!

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