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Symposia—Energy

  MRS Foundation LogoA cluster of symposia at MRS meetings typically covers energy and sustainability. The list below includes many of the energy-related topics. For sustainability-related topics, see Symposia—Sustainability, some of which may have relevance to energy. These topics are just a subset of the interdisciplinary topics covered by MRS. For full meeting details and for earlier meetings, see http://www.mrs.org/meetings-events/.

2019 MRS Spring Meeting


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2018 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium EN01—Solid-Solid Interfaces in Batteries, Energy Storage and Conversion—Diagnostic and Modeling
    Program
  • Symposium EN02—Advances in Perovskite Solar Cell Devices and Applications
    Program
  • Symposium EN03—Superconducting Materials—From Basic Science to Applications
    Program
  • Symposium EN04—Advanced Materials for Carbon Capture and Other Important Gas Separations
    Program
  • Symposium EN05—Field-Responsive Composites for Sustainable Energy
    Program
  • Symposium EN06—Safer and More Energy-Dense Rechargeable Batteries
    Program
  • Symposium EN07—Issues, Challenges and Opportunities in Actinide Materials
    Program
  • Symposium EN08—Low-Cost Tandem Photovoltaic Cells
    Program
  • Symposium EN09—Materials and Systems for Grid Energy Storage—Redox Flow Batteries
    Program
  • Symposium EN10—Thermoelectric Materials, Devices and Applications
    Program
  • Symposium EN11—Nanomaterials for the Water and Energy Nexus
    Program
  • Symposium EN12—Hierarchical Materials for Nuclear Waste Management
    Program
  • Symposium EN13—Capacitive Energy Storage—Fundamentals, Materials and Devices
    Program
  • Symposium EN14—Materials Science and Device Engineering for Safe and Long-Life Electrochemical Energy Storage
    Program
  • Symposium EN15—Novel Materials Physics of Perovskite Semiconductors
    Program
  • Symposium EN16—Combining Materials, Technologies and Societal Awareness to Harvest Natural and Human-Made Energy Sources
    Program
  • Symposium EN17—Fundamental Materials Science to Enable the Performance and Safety of Nuclear Technologies
    Program
  • Symposium EN18—Multiscale Designing and Constructing Photocatalytic Materials for Solar Fuels
    Program
  • Symposium EN19—Novel Inorganic Semiconductors for Optoelectronics and Solar Energy
    Program
    | Tutorial
  • Symposium EN20—Deposition, Transformation and Reaction at Functional Interfaces for Electrochemical Energy Systems
    Program
    | Tutorial
  • Symposium EN21—Next-Generation Solid-State Super Ion Conductors
    Program

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2017 MRS Fall Meeting


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2016 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium EE1: Emerging Materials and Phenomena for Solar Energy Conversion
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium EE2: Advancements in Solar Fuels Generation—Materials, Devices and Systems
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium EE3: Materials and Devices for Full Spectrum Solar Energy Harvesting
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium EE4: Materials for Lithium and Sodium Ion Batteries
    Program & Abstracts | Tutorial
  • Symposium EE5: Next Generation Electrical Energy Storage Chemistries
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium EE6: Research Frontiers on Liquid-Solid Interfaces in Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion Systems
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium EE7: Mechanics of Energy Storage and Conversion—Batteries, Thermoelectrics and Fuel Cells
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium EE8: Grid-Scale Energy Storage
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium EE9: Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies for Transportation—Materials, Systems and Infrastructure
    Program & Abstracts | Tutorial
  • Symposium EE10: Recent Advances in Materials for Carbon Capture
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium EE11: Caloric Materials for Renewable Energy Applications
    Program & Abstracts | Tutorial
  • Symposium EE12: Radiation Damage in Materials—A Grand Multiscale Challenge
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium EE13: Actinides—Fundamental Science, Applications and Technology
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium EE14: Titanium Oxides—From Fundamental Understanding to Applications
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium EE15: Materials for Sustainable Development—Integrated Approaches
    Program & Abstracts | Tutorial
  • Symposium EP3: Perovskite Based Photovoltaics and Other Electronic Devices
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium NT1: Functional Nanostructures and Metamaterials for Solar Energy and Other Optical Applications
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium NT2: Oxide and Chalcogenide-Based Thin Films and Nanostructures for Electronics and Energy Applications
    Program & Abstracts

2015 MRS Fall Meeting (Including the MRS/E-MRS Bilateral Energy Conference, Symposia LL - SS)

  • Symposium B: Stretchable and Active Polymers and Composites for Energy and Medicine
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium N: Magnetic Nanomaterials for Biomedical and Energy Applications
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium O: Plasmonic Nanomaterials for Energy Conversion
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium LL: Materials and Architectures for Safe and Low-Cost Electrochemical Energy Storage Technologies
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium MM: Advances in Flexible Devices for Energy Conversion and Storage
    Program & Abstracts 
  • Symposium NN: Thin-Film and Nanostructure Solar Cell Materials and Devices for Next-Generation Photovoltaics
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium OO: Nanomaterials-based Solar Energy Conversion
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium PP: Materials, Interfaces and Solid Electrolytes for High Energy Density Rechargeable Batteries
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium QQ: Catalytic Materials for Energy
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium RR: Wide-Bandgap Materials for Energy Efficiency—Power Electronics and Solid-State Lighting
    Program & Abstracts   
  • Symposium SS: Progress in Thermal Energy Conversion—Thermoelectric and Thermal Energy Storage Materials and Devices
    Program & Abstracts

2015 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium A: Emerging Silicon Science and Technology
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium B: Thin Film Compound Semiconductor Photovoltaics
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium C: Perovskite Solar Cells
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium D: Organic Based Photovoltaics
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium E: Advanced Solar Cells—Components to Systems
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium F: Biohybrid Solar Cells—Photosynthesis-Based Photovoltaics and Photocatalytic Solar Cells
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium G: Next Generation Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion Systems—Synthesis, Processing, Characterization and Manufacturing
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium H: Mechanics of Energy Storage and Conversion—Batteries, Thermoelectrics and Fuel Cells
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium I: High Capacity Anode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium J: Latest Advances in Solar Water Splitting
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium K: The Development of Oxygen Reduction Reaction (ORR) and Oxygen Evolution Reaction (OER) Materials in Energy Storage and Conversion Systems
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium U: The Interplay of Structure and Carrier Dynamics in Energy-Relevant Nanomaterials
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium BB: Innovative Interconnects/Electrodes for Advanced Devices, Flexible and Green-Energy Electronics
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium TT: Metal Oxides—From Advanced Fabrication and Interfaces to Energy and Sensing Applications
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium XX: Multiscale Modeling and Experiments on Microstructural Evolution in Nuclear Materials
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium YY: Insights for Energy Materials Using In Situ Characterization
    Program & Abstracts

2014 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium S: Advances in Materials Science, Processing and Engineering for Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium T: Wide-Bandgap Materials for Solid-State Lighting and Power Electronics
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium U: Organic Photovoltaic--Fundamentals, Materials and Devices
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium V: Sustainable Solar-Energy Conversion Using Earth-abundant Materials
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium W: Perovskite-Based and Related Novel Material Solar Cells  
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium Y: Technologies for Grid-Scale Energy Storage
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium Z: Materials Challenges for Energy Storage Across Multiple Scales
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium AA: Synthesis, Processing and Mechanical Properties of Functional Hexagonal Materials for Energy Applications
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium BB: Molecular, Polymer and Hybrid Materials for Thermoelectrics
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium CC: Advanced Materials and Devices for Thermoelectric Energy Conversion
    Program & Abstracts  
  • Symposium DD: Materials for Advanced Nuclear Technologies
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium EE: Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXXVIII
    Program & Abstracts

2014 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium A: Film-Silicon Science and Technology
    Program & Abstracts 
  • Symposium B: Organic and Inorganic Materials for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium C: Synthesis and Processing of Organic and Polymeric Materials for Semiconductor Applications
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium D: Materials for Photoelectrochemical and Photocatalytic Solar-Energy Harvesting and Storage
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium E: Earth-Abundant Inorganic Solar-Energy Conversion
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium F: Controlling the Interaction between Light and Semiconductor Nanostructures for Energy Applications
    Program & Abstract
  • Symposium G: Photoactivated Chemical and Biochemical Processes on Semiconductor Surfaces
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium H: Defect Engineering in Thin-Film Photovoltaic Materials
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium J: Physics of Oxide Thin Films and Heterostructures
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium K: Nanostructures, Thin Films and Bulk Oxides—Synthesis, Characterization and Applications
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium L: Materials and Interfaces in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
    Program & Abstracts  
  • Symposium M: Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers and Other Electrochemical Energy Systems
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium N: Research Frontiers on Electrochemical Energy Storage Materials—Design, Synthesis, Characterization and Modeling
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium O: Novel Energy-Storage Technologies beyond Li-ion Batteries—From Materials Design to System Integration
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium P: Mechanics of Energy Storage and Conversion—Batteries, Thermoelectrics and Fuel Cells
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium Q: Materials, Technologies and Sensor Concepts for Advanced Battery Management Systems
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium R: Materials Challenges and Integration Strategies for Flexible Energy Devices and Systems
    Program & Abstracts  
  • Symposium S: Actinides—Basic Science, Applications and Technology
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium T: Superconductor Materials—From Basic Science to Novel Technology
    Program & Abstracts

2013 MRS Fall Meeting

2013 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium A: Film Silicon Science and Technology
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium B: Organic and Hybrid Photovoltaic Materials and Devices
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium C: Thin-Film Compound Semiconductor Photovoltaics
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium D: From Molecules to Materials—Pathways to Artificial Photosynthesis
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium E: Materials and Integration Challenges for Energy Generation and Storage in Mobile Electronic Devices
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium F: Materials for Vehicular and Grid Energy Storage
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium G: Electrochemical Interfaces for Energy Storage and Conversion—Fundamental Insights from Experiments and Computations
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium H: Nanoscale Thermoelectrics—Materials and Transport Phenomena - II
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium I: Materials for Solid-State Refrigeration
    Program & Abstracts
  • Symposium J: In-Situ Characterization Methods in Energy Materials Research
    Program & Abstracts

2012 MRS Fall Meeting

2012 MRS Spring Meeting

2011 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium A: Material Challenges in Current and Future Nuclear Technologies
  • Symposium B: Advanced Materials for Fuel Cells
  • Symposium C: In Situ Studies of Solid-Oxide Fuel-Cell Materials
  • Symposium E: Advanced Materials for Solar-Fuel Generation
  • Symposium F: Mobile Energy
  • Symposium G: Applications of Hierarchical 3D Structures
  • Symposium H: Organic Photovoltaic Devices and Processing
  • Symposium I: Fundamental Processes of Solar Harvesting in Excitonic Solar Cells
  • Symposium J: Photonic and Plasmonic Materials for Enhanced Photovoltaic Performance
  • Symposium K: Materials for High-Performance Photonics

2011 MRS Spring Meeting

  • 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: Advanced Materials Processing for Scalable Solar-Cell Manufacturing
  • 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 FF: Surfaces and Nanomaterials for Catalysis through In-situ or Ex-situ Studies
  • Symposium GG: Titanium Dioxide Nanomaterials

2010 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium Q: Structural Materials and Fuels for Future Fusion and Fission Technologies
  • Symposium FF: Magneto Calorics and Magnetic Cooling
  • Symposium GG: Next-Generation Fuel Cells--New Materials and Concepts
  • Symposium HH: Polymer-Based Smart Materials--Process, Properties, and Application
  • Symposium II: Polymer-Based Nanocomposites
  • Symposium JJ: Nanostructured Polymeric Materials--Synthesis and Assembly
  • Symposium KK: Materials for Advanced lithium Batteries
  • Symposium LL: Thermoelectric Materials for Solid-State Power Generation and Refrigeration
  • Symposium MM: Transparent Conducting Oxides and Applications

XIX International Materials Research Congress 2010

  • Symposium 14: Photon Absorption for Solar Energy Harvesting
  • Symposium 15: Photovoltaics, Solar Energy Materials, and Technologies 
  • Symposium 16: Renewable Energy and Sustainable Development

2010 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium A: Amorphous and Polycrystalline Thin-Film Silicon Science and Technology
  • Symposium T: Photovoltaics and Optoelectronics from Nanoparticles
  • Symposium W: Diagnostics and Characterization of Energy Materials with Synchrotron and Neutron Radiation
  • Symposium Y: Computational Approaches to Materials for Energy
  • Symposium Z: Actinides V - Basic Science, Applications, and Technology
  • Symposium AA: Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXXIV
  • Symposium BB: Materials for Nuclear Applications and Extreme Environments
  • Symposium CC: Solid-State Batteries
  • Symposium DD: Thermoelectric Materials - Growth, Properties, Novel Characterization Methods, and Applications
  • Symposium EE: Defects in Inorganic Photovoltaic Materials
  • Symposium FF: Polymer Materials and Membranes for Energy Devices
  • Symposium GG: Nanoscale Charge Transport in Excitonic Solar Cells
  • Symposium HH: Organic Photovoltaic Science and Technology

2009 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium Q: Photovoltaic Materials and Manufacturing Issues II
  • Symposium R: Advanced Nanostructured Solar Cells
  • Symposium S: Organic Materials and Devices for Sustainable Energy Systems
  • Symposium T: Nanomaterials for Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells
  • Symposium U: Materials Challenges Facing Electrical Energy Storage
  • Symposium V: Materials Research Needs to Advance Nuclear Energy
  • Symposium W: Hydrogen Storage Materials
  • Symposium Y: Catalytic Materials for Energy, Green Processes, and Nanotechnology
  • Symposium Z: Energy Harvesting--From Fundamentals to Devices
  • Symposium AA: Renewable Biomaterials and Bioenergy--Current Developments and Challenges

XVIII International Materials Research Congress 2009

  • Symposium 15: New Catalytic Materials
  • Symposium 17: Provskites: Properties and Potential Applications
  • Symposium 18: Solar-Hydrogen and Biofuels
  • Symposium 19: Photovoltaics, Solar Energy Materials and Thin Films
  • Symposium 22: Energy Forum

2009 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium L: Nuclear Radiation Detection Materials
  • Symposium M: Thin-Film Compound Semiconductor Photovoltaics
  • Symposium N: Materials and Devices for Thermal-to-Electric Energy Conversion
  • Symposium O: Compound Semiconductors for Energy Applications and Environmental Sustainability
  • Symposium P: Three-Dimensional Architectures for Energy Generation and Storage
  • Symposium R: Materials for Renewable Energy at the Society and Technology Nexus
  • Symposium S: Materials in Photocatalysis and Photoelectrochemistry for Environmental Applications and H2 Generation

2008 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium M: Energy Harvesting--Molecules and Materials
  • Symposium N: Next-Generation and Nano-Architectured Photovoltaics
  • Symposium O: Structure/Property Relationships in Fluorite-Derivative Compounds
  • Symposium P: Photovoltaic Materials and Manufacturing Issues
  • Symposium Q: Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXXII
  • Symposium R: Materials for Future Fusion and Fission Technologies
  • Symposium S: Solid-State Ionics
  • Symposium T: Mobile Energy
  • Symposium U: Advanced Intermetallic-Based Alloys for Extreme Environment and Energy Applications
  • Symposium QQ: Synthesis and Processing of Organic and Polymeric Functional Materials for a Sustainable Energy Economy

International Materials Research Conference 2008

  • Symposium B: Sustainable Energy Materials
    Program   

2008 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium A: Amorphous and Polycrystalline Thin-Film Silicon Science and Technology
  • Symposium HH: The Hydrogen Economy
  • Symposium II: Heterostructures, Functionalization, and Nanoscale Optimization in Superconductivity
  • Symposium JJ: Materials Research for Electrical Energy Storage
  • Symposium KK: Light Management in Photovoltaic Devices--Theory and Practice
  • Symposium LL: Energy Harvesting--From Fundamentals to Devices
  • Symposium NN: Actinides IV--Basic Science, Applications, and Technology

2007 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium H: Nanostructured Solar Cells
  • Symposium R: Life Cycle Analysis for New Energy Conversion and Storage Systems
  • Symposium S: Materials and Technology for Hydrogen Storage
  • Symposium T: Materials Innovations for Next-Generation Nuclear Energy
  • Symposium U: Thermoelectric Power Generation
  • Symposium V: Materials Science of Water Purification

2007 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium Z: Organic and Nanoparticle Hybrid Photovoltaic Devices
  • Symposium JJ: Functional Nanoscale Ceramics for Energy Systems

2006 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium Z: Hydrogen Storage Technologies
  • Symposium AA: Solid-State Ionics
  • Symposium BB: Mobile Energy
  • Symposium CC: Solar Energy Conversion
  • Symposium JJ: Structural and Refractory Materials for Fusion and Fission Technologies
  • Symposium NN: Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXX
  • Symposium OO: Actinides -- Basic Science, Applications, and Technology

2006 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium DD: Solid-State Lighting Materials and Devices
  • Symposium EE: Hydrogen Storage Materials
  • Symposium FF: Materials and Basic Research Needs for Solar Energy Conversion
  • Symposium GG: Current and Future Trends of Functional Oxide Films
  • Symposium HH: Recent Advances in Superconductivity
  • Symposium II: Materials in Extreme Environments

2005 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium A: The Hydrogen Cycle -- Generation, Storage, and Fuel Cells
  • Symposium B: Next-Generation Batteries, Supercapacitors and Other Storage Materials
  • Symposium D: Organic and Nanostructured Composite Photovoltaics and Solid-State Lighting
  • Symposium E: Electrochromic Materials and Applications
  • Symposium F: Materials and Technologies for Direct Thermal-to-Electric Energy Conversion
  • Symposium H: Multifunctional Energetic Materials
  • Symposium JJ: Actinides—Basic Science, Applications, and Technology

2005 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium A: Amorphous and Nanocrystalline Silicon Science and Technology
  • Symposium F: Thin-Film Compound Semiconductor Photovoltaics
  • Symposium GG: Materials and Technology for Hydrogen Storage and Generation

2004 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium K: Solid-State Ionics
  • Symposium L: Materials for Photovoltaics
  • Symposium M: Materials Aspects of Fuel Cells
  • Symposium N: Materials for Hydrogen Storage

2004 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium A: Amorphous and Nanocrystalline Silicon Science and Technology - 2004
  • Symposium S: Nanostructured Materials in Alternative Energy Devices
  • Symposium CC: Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXVIII

2003 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium S: Thermoelectric Materials 2003-Research and Applications
  • Symposium V: Critical Interfacial Issues in Thin Film Optoelectronic and Energy Conversion Devices
  • Symposium Y: GaN and Related Alloys

2003 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium A: Amorphous and Nanocrystalline Silicon-Based Films–2003
  • Symposium B: Compound Semiconductor Photovoltaics

2002 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium L: GaN and Related Alloys
  • Symposium S: Advances in Superconductivity—Electronics and Electric Power Applications from Atomically Engineered Microstructures
  • Symposium EE: Solid-State Ionics
  • Symposium FF: Materials for Fuel Cells and Fuel Processors
  • Symposium II: Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXVI

2002 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium A: Amorphous and Heterogeneous Silicon-Based Films–2002
  • Symposium V: Materials for Energy Storage, Generation, and Transport

2001 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium A: Materials Issues in Novel Si-Based Technology
  • Symposium E: Materials for High-Temperature Superconductor Technologies
  • Symposium G: Thermoelectric Materials 2001—Research and Applications
  • Symposium I: GaN and Related Alloys
  • Symposium J: Materials Engineering for Solid-State Lighting
  • Symposium JJ: Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXV

2001 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium A: Amorphous and Heterogeneous Silicon-Based Films—2001
  • Symposium G: Luminescence and Luminescent Materials
  • Symposium H: II-VI Compound Semiconductor Photovoltaic Materials
  • Symposium CC: Nuclear Waste Containment Materials

2000 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium GG: Solid-State Chemistry of Inorganic Materials
  • Symposium HH: Advanced Catalytic Materials - 2000
  • Symposium II: High-Temperature Superconductors—Crystal Chemistry, Processing, and Properties

2000 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium A: Amorphous and Heterogeneous Silicon Thin Films—2000
  • Symposium Z: Thermoelectric Materials 2000—The Next-Generation Materials for Small-Scale Refrigeration and Power-Generation Applications

1999 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium W: GaN and Related Alloys
  • Symposium II: Superconducting Materials—Properties, Crystal Chemistry, and Processing
  • Symposium QQ: Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXIII

1999 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium A: Amorphous and Heterogeneous Silicon Thin Films—Fundamentals to Devices
  • Symposium CC: New Materials for Batteries and Fuel Cells

1998 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium A: Polycrystalline Thin Films—Processing-Structure-Property Relationships
  • Symposium F: Microcrystalline and Nanocrystalline Semiconductors
  • Symposium G: GaN and Related Alloys
  • Symposium Q: High-Temperature Superconductors—Materials Challenges
  • Symposium Z: Thermoelectric Materials—The Next Generation Materials for Small-Scale Refrigeration and Power Generation Applications
  • Symposium EE: Solid-State Ionics
  • Symposium FF: Advanced Catalytic Materials 1998
  • Symposium QQ: Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXII

1998 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium A: Amorphous and Microcrystalline Silicon Technology - 1998

1997 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium D: Nitride Semiconductors
  • Symposium G: Thin-Film Structures for Photovoltaics

1997 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium A: Amorphous and Microcrystalline Silicon Technology - 1997
  • Symposium D: Gallium Nitride and Related Materials
  • Symposium Q: Thermoelectric Materials - New Directions and Approaches
  • Symposium R: Materials Issues Related to Development of Textured High-Temperature Superconducting Conductors

1996 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium K: Amorphous and Crystalline InsulatingThin Films IV
  • Symposium N: III-V Nitrides
  • Symposium Q: Advances in Microcrystalline and Nanocrystalline Semiconductors
  • Symposium S: Advanced Catalytic Materials III
  • Symposium HH: Structure-Property Relationships in Hardened Cement Paste and Compos
  • Symposium II: Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XX

1996 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium A: Amorphous Silicon Technology - 1996
  • Symposium J: Thin Films for Photovoltaic and Related Device Applications
  • Symposium Q: Materials Challenges for Applications of High-Temperature Superconductors

1995 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium AAA: Gallium Nitride and Related Materials
  • Symposium F: Defects in High-Temperature Superconductors - Characterization and Relations to Processing and Properties
  • Symposium V: Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XIX

1995 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium A: Amorphous Silicon Technology - 1995
  • Symposium K: High-Temperature Superconductors - Materials and Fabrication Issues for Applications
  • Symposium W: Materials for Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion - Batteries, Capacitors, and Fuel Cells

1994 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium F: Microcrystalline & Nanocrystalline Semiconductors
  • Symposium H: High Tc Superconductivity - Materials and Applications
  • Symposium T: Synthesis and Properties of Advanced Catalytic Materials
  • Symposium U: Solid State Ionics

1994 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium A: Amorphous Silicon Technology - 1994
  • Symposium S: High-Temperature Superconductors - Multilayers, Interfaces, and Applications

1993 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium H: Superconductivity Materials and Properties
  • Symposium V: Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XVII

1993 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium A: Amorphous Silicon Technology - 1993
  • Symposium C1: II-VI Compound Semiconductor Photovoltaic Technology
  • Symposium T: Materials Issues in High-Temperature Superconductivity

1992 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium H: Superconductivity Materials and Properties
  • Symposium U: Solid State Ionics
  • Symposium V: Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XVI

1992 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium A: Amorphous Silicon Technology - 1992
  • Symposium Ib: Materials for Energy Technologies

1991 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium H: High-Temperature Superconductors Materials Research for Emerging Technologies

1991 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium A: Amorphous Silicon Technology - 1991
  • Symposium P: Interfaces in High Temperature Superconducting Systems
  • Symposium U: Synthesis/Characterization and Novel Applications of Molecular Sieve Materials
  • Symposium V: Modern Perspectives on Thermolectrics and Related Materials

1990 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium L: Solid State Ionics
  • Symposium P: Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XIV

1990 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium O: Amorphous Silicon Technology - 1990

1989 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium M: High-Temperature Superconductors Fundametals Properties and Novel Materials Processing
  • Symposium U: High Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XIII

1989 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium E: Amorphous Silicon Technology - 1989
  • Symposium M: High Temperature Superconductors Relationships Between Properties, Structure and Solid-State Chemistry

1988 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium F: Preparation and Materials Properties of High Temperature Superconductors
  • Symposium M: Solid State Ionics

1988 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium E: Amorphous Silicon Technology
  • Symposium K: High-Temperature Superconductors

1987 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium AA: High-Temperature Superconductors
  • Symposium O: Microstructure and Properties of Catalysts
  • Symposium P: Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XI

1987 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium E: Amorphous Silicon Semiconductors -- Pure and Hydrogenated
  • Symposium S: High Temperature Superconductors with Tc over 30K

1986 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium L: Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management
  • Symposium S: Superconducting Materials

1986 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium E: Materials Issues in Amorphous Semiconductor Technology

1985 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium M: Oxides, Zeolites and Clays in Catalysis

1985 MRS Spring Meeting

  • Symposium F: Materials Issues in Applications of Amorphous Silicon Technology

1984 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium E: Catalysis by Solids Bulk Properties, Surface Properties and Defects
  • Symposium N: Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management

1983 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium D: Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management
  • Symposium K: Catalytic Reaction Mechanisms The Role of Surface Structure and Composition

1982 MRS Fall Meeting

  • Symposium D: Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management
  • Symposium G: Superconducting Materials
  • Symposium J: Solar Energy Photo-Conversion Materials and Devices
  • Symposium K: Advanced Methods of Catalyst Characterization
  • Symposium M: Effect of Surface and Colloid Phenomena on Properties of French Concrete