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The abstract documents for the 2011 MRS Spring Meeting are posted below.

 

 

 

  • Symposium A: Amorphous and Polycrystalline Thin-Film Silicon Science and Technology
  • Symposium B: Third-Generation and Emerging Solar-Cell Technologies
  • Symposium C: Advanced Materials Processing for Scalable Solar-Cell Manufacturing
  • Symposium D: Compound Semiconductors for Energy Applications and Environmental Sustainability
  • Symposium E: Energy Harvesting--From Fundamentals to Devices
  • Symposium F: Renewable Fuels and Nanotechnology
  • Symposium G: Complex Oxide Materials for Emerging Energy Technologies
  • Symposium H: Electrochromic Materials and Devices
  • Symposium I: Nanoscale Heat Transfer--Thermoelectrics, Thermophotovoltaics, and Emerging Thermal Devices
  • Symposium J: Protons in Solids
  • Symposium K: Frontiers of Solid-State Ionics
  • Symposium L: Interfacial Phenomena and In-situ Techniques for Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion
  • Symposium M: Nanostructured Materials for Energy Storage
  • Symposium N: Recent Developments in Materials for Hydrogen Storage and Carbon-Capture Technologies
  • Symposium O: Materials, Processes, and Reliability for Advanced Interconnects for Micro- and Nanoelectronics
  • Symposium P: Interface Engineering for Post-CMOS Emerging Channel Materials
  • Symposium Q: New Functional Materials and Emerging Device Architectures for Nonvolatile Memories
  • Symposium R: Phase-Change Materials for Memory and Reconfigurable Electronics Applications
  • Symposium S: Plasma-Assisted Materials Processing and Synthesis
  • Symposium T: High-Speed and Large-Area Printing of Micro/Nanostructures and Devices
  • Symposium U: Nuclear Radiation Detection Materials
  • Symposium V: Rare-Earth Doping of Advanced Materials for Photonic Applications
  • Symposium W: Recent Progress in Metamaterials and Plasmonics
  • Symposium X: Frontiers of Materials Research
  • Symposium Y: Functional Two-Dimensional Layered Materials
  • Symposium Z: Nanoscale Electromechanics of Inorganic, Macromolecular, and Biological Systems
  • Symposium AA: Micro- and Nanofluidic Systems for Materials Synthesis, Device Assembly, and Bioanalysis II
  • Symposium BB: Nanoscale Heat Transport--From Fundamentals to Devices
  • Symposium CC: Hybrid Interfaces and Devices
  • Symposium DD: Quantitative Characterization of Nanostructured Materials
  • Symposium EE: Semiconductor Nanowires--From Fundamentals to Applications
  • Symposium FF: Surfaces and Nanomaterials for Catalysis through In-situ or Ex-situ Studies
  • Symposium GG: Titanium Dioxide Nanomaterials
  • Symposium HH: The Business of Nanotechnology III
  • Symposium II: Ion Beams--New Applications from Mesoscale to Nanoscale
  • Symposium JJ: Biological Hybrid Materials for Life Sciences
  • Symposium KK: Microbial Life on Surfaces--Biofilm-Material Interactions
  • Symposium LL: Biomimetic Engineering of Micro- and Nanoparticles
  • Symposium MM:Organic Bioelectronics and Photonics for Sensing and Regulation
  • Symposium NN: Electronic Organic and Inorganic Hybrid Nanomaterials--Synthesis, Device Physics, and Their Applications
  • Symposium OO: Synthesis and Processing of Organic and Polymeric Materials for Semiconductor Applications
  • Symposium PP: Engineering Polymers for Stem-Cell-Fate Regulation and Regenerative Medicine
  • Symposium QQ: Carbon Functional Interfaces
  • Symposium RR: Fundamental Science of Defects and Microstructure in Advanced Materials for Energy
  • Symposium SS: Forum on Materials Education and Evaluation--K-12, Undergraduate, Graduate, and Informal
  • Symposium TT: Laser-Material Interactions at Micro/Nanoscales
  • Symposium UU: Crystalline Nanoporous Framework Materials--Applications and Technological Feasibility
  • Symposium VV: Future Directions in High-Temperature Superconductivity--New Materials and Applications
  • Symposium WW: Multiferroic, Ferroelectric, and Functional Materials, Interfaces, and Heterostructures
  • Symposium XX: Computational Studies of Phase Stability and Microstructure Evolution
  • Symposium YY: Computational Semiconductor Materials Science

 

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