2015 MRS Spring Meeting & Exhibit

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  • 2015 MRS Spring Meeting & Exhibit

  • April 6-10, 2015
  • San Francisco, California
  • Meeting Chairs: Artur Braun, Hongyou Fan, Ken Haenen, Lia Stanciu, Jeremy A. Theil

The 2015 MRS Spring Meeting and Exhibit will be held in San Francisco, California. All technical sessions and non-technical events will be held at the Moscone West Convention Center, San Francisco Marriott Marquis and The Westin San Francisco Market Street. Locations and schedules of individual symposia will be posted in early 2015 as available. Non-technical events will be listed on the menu to the left. Information about individual sessions and special events will be posted as they become available closer to the meeting.

Find out more about exhibiting and sponsoring at this and other upcoming MRS meetings.

2015 MRS Spring Meeting Symposia:


A—Emerging Silicon Science and Technology
B—Thin-Film Compound Semiconductor Photovoltaics
C—Perovskite Solar Cells
D—Organic-Based Photovoltaics
E—Advanced Solar Cells─Components to Systems
F—Biohybrid Solar Cells─Photosynthesis-Based Photovoltaics and Photocatalytic Solar Cells
G—Next Generation Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion Systems─Synthesis, Processing, Characterization and Manufacturing
H—Mechanics of Energy Storage and Conversion─Batteries, Thermoelectrics and Fuel Cells
I—High Capacity Anode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries
J—Latest Advances in Solar Water Splitting
K—The Development of Oxygen Reduction Reaction (ORR) and Oxygen Evolution Reaction (OER) Materials in Energy Storage and Conversion Systems


L—Bioinspired Micro- and Nano-Machines─Challenges and Perspectives
M—Nanoscale Heat Transport─From Fundamentals to Devices
N—From Molecules to Colloidal Compound Semiconductor Nanocrystals─Advances in Mechanism-Enabled Design and Syntheses
O—Emerging Non-Graphene 2D Materials
P—Nanogenerators and Piezotronics
Q—Externally Actuated Responsive Nanomaterials─Design, Synthesis, Applications and Challenges
R—Photoactive Nanoparticles and Nanostructures
S—Semiconductor Nanowires and Devices for Advanced Applications
T—Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes  

Electronics and Photonics

U—The Interplay of Structure and Carrier Dynamics in Energy-Relevant Nanomaterials
V—Resonant Optics─Fundamentals and Applications
W—Light-Matter Processes in Molecular Systems and Devices
Y—Phase-Change Materials for Data Storage, Cognitive Processing and Photonics Applications
Z—Plasmonics and Metamaterials─Synthesis, Characterization and Integration
AA—Materials for Beyond the Roadmap Devices in Logic, Power and Memory
BB—Innovative Interconnects/Electrodes for Advanced Devices, Flexible and Green-Energy Electronics
CC—Reliability and Materials Issues of Semiconductors─Optical and Electron Devices and Materials III
DD—Tailored Disorder─Novel Materials for Advanced Optics and Photonics
EE—Quantum Photonics, Information Technology and Sensing
FF—Defects in Semiconductors─Relationship to Optoelectronic Properties

Soft and Biomaterials

GG—Foundations of Bio/Nano Interfaces─Synthesis, Modeling, Design Principles and Applications
HH—Supramolecular Materials─Assembly and Dynamics
II—Organic Bioelectronics─Materials, Processes and Applications
JJ—Exploiting Bioinspired Self-Assembly for the Design of Functional and Responsive Materials
KK—Nanomaterials in Translational Medicine
LL—Soft Electronics─From Electronic Skin to Reliable Neural Interfaces
MM—Crystal Engineering─Design, New Materials and Applications

General– Fabrication and Characterization

NN—Adaptive Architecture and Programmable Matter─Next Generation Building Skins and Systems from Nano to Macro
OO—Metal-Assisted Chemical Etching of Silicon and Other Semiconductors
PP—Gold-Based Materials and Applications
QQ—Plasma-Based Materials Science and Engineering
RR—Solution Syntheses of Inorganic Functional/Multifunctional Materials
SS—Oxide Thin Films and Nanostructures for Advanced Electrical, Optical and Magnetic Applications
TT—Metal Oxides─From Advanced Fabrication and Interfaces to Energy and Sensing Applications
UU—Titanium Oxides─From Fundamental Understanding to Applications
VV—Science and Technology of Superconducting Materials
WW—Ultrafast Dynamics in Complex Functional Materials
XX—Multiscale Modeling and Experiments on Microstructural Evolution in Nuclear Materials
YY—Insights for Energy Materials Using In-Situ Characterization
ZZ—Materials Information Using Novel Techniques in Electron Microscopy

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