Konferenzen

von Sonntag, 27. November 2016 -  09:00 Uhr
bis Freitag, 02. Dezember 2016 - 18:00 Uhr
 

The 2016 MRS Fall Meeting and Exhibit will be held in Boston, Massachusetts. All technical sessions and non-technical events will be held at the Hynes Convention Center and adjacent Sheraton Boston Hotel. Locations and schedules of individual symposia will be posted in 2016 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.

Symposia

Broader Impact
Meeting Chair: T. Venky Venkatesan

BI1—Today’s Teaching and Learning in Materials Science—Challenges and Advances
BI2—The Business of Materials Technology

Biomaterials and Soft Materials
Meeting Chair: Sarah Heilshorn

BM1—Spatiotemporally and Morphologically-Controlled Biomaterials for Medical Applications
BM2—Stimuli Responsive Organic and Inorganic Nanomaterials for Biomedical Applications and Biosafety
BM3—Biomaterials for Regenerative Medicine
BM4—Materials and Manufacturing of Biointerfaces Devices and Stretchable Electronics
BM5—Materials for Biointegrated Photonic Systems
BM6—Fabrication, Characterization and Applications of Bioinspired Nanostructured Materials
BM7—Functional Nanostructured Polymers for Emerging Energy Technologies

Electrochemistry
Meeting Chair: Bernard Bewlay

EC1—Redox Activity on the Molecular Level—Fundamental Studies and Applications
EC2—Facilitating Charge Transport in Electrochemical Energy Storage Materials
EC3—Catalytic Materials for Energy and Sustainability
EC4—Material, Devices and Systems for Sustainable Conversion of Solar Energy to Fuel

Electronics, Magnetics and Photonics
Meeting Chair: T. Venky Venkatesan

EM1—Materials Issues for Quantum Computing
EM2—Rare Earths in Advanced Photonics and Spintronics
EM3—Electronic and Ionic Dynamics at Solid-Liquid Interfaces
EM4—Structure-Property Relationships of Organic Semiconductors
EM5—Materials and Mechanisms of Correlated Electronic Phenomena in Oxide Heterostructures
EM6—Thin-Film Transistors—New Materials and Device Concepts
EM7—Functional Plasmonics—From Molecular to Submicron Level
EM8—Spin Dynamics in Nonmagnetic Materials and Devices
EM9—Materials and Nanostructures for Magnetic Skyrmions
EM10—Emerging Materials and Technologies for Nonvolatile Memories
EM11—Proton Transfer and Transport—From Biological Systems to Energy Applications
EM12—Wide-Bandgap Materials for Energy Efficiency—Power Electronics and Solid-State Lighting
EM13—Diamond Electronics, Sensors and Biotechnology—Fundamentals to Applications

Energy and Sustainability
Meeting Chairs: Silvija Gradečak and T. Venky Venkatesan

ES1—Materials Science and Chemistry for Grid-Scale Energy Storage
ES2—Materials Challenges for Flow-Based Energy Conversion and Storage
ES3—Perovskite Solar Cell Research from Material Properties to Photovoltaic Function
ES4—Thermoelectric Polymers and Composites—Nontraditional Routes to High Efficiency
ES5—Materials Research and Design for A Nuclear Renaissance
ES6—Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management

Mechanical Behavior and Failure Mechanisms of Materials
Meeting Chairs: Bernard Bewlay and Ralph Spolenak

MB1—Intermetallic-Based Alloys – From Fundamentals to Applications
MB2—Materials under Mechanical Extremes
MB3—High-Entropy Alloys
MB4—Glassy, Nanocrystalline and Other Complex Alloy Systems and Their Applications
MB5—Size Effects and Small-Scale Mechanical Behavior of Materials
MB6—Cyclic Deformation and Fracture at the Nanoscale
MB7—Shear Transformation Mechanisms and Their Effect on Mechanical Behavior of Crystalline Materials

Nanomaterials
Meeting Chair: Silvija Gradečak

NM1—Semiconducting Nanowires, Nanoribbons and Heterostructures—Synthesis, Characterizations and Functional Devices
NM2—2D Layers and Heterostructures Beyond Graphene—Theory, Preparation, Properties, and Devices
NM3—Nanotubes and Related Nanostructures
NM4—Nanomaterials-Based Solar Energy Conversion
NM5—Nanomembrane Materials—From Fabrication to Application
NM6—Nanoscale Materials and Devices by High-Temperature Gas-Phase Processes

Processing and Manufacturing
Meeting Chairs: Bernard Bewlay and Ralph Spolenak

PM1—Ion Beam Enabled Nanoscale Fabrication, Modification and Synthesis
PM2—Plasma Processing via Liquid for Life Sciences and Environmental Applications
PM3—Materials Science-Enabled Advances in Materials- and Manufacturing-Technologies
PM4—Novel Materials, Fabrication Routes and Devices for Environmental Monitoring
PM5—Hierarchical, Hybrid and Roll-to-Roll Manufacturing for Device Applications

Theory, Characterization and Modeling
Meeting Chairs: Silvija Gradečak, Sarah Heilshorn and Ralph Spolenak

TC1—In Silico Materials Chemistry
TC2—Design, Discovery and Understanding of Materials Guided by Theory, Computation and Data Mining
TC3—Materials Issues in Art and Archaeology
TC4—Advances in Spatial, Energy and Time Resolution in Electron Microscopy

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  • Hynes Convention Center
Hynes Convention Center
415 Summer St Boston
Boston
MA 02210
Massachusetts
United States of America
+1617.954.2000

John B. Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center

Located in the heart of Boston’s historic Back Bay neighborhood, the Hynes Convention Center is one of the most desirable venues in the world.

The Hynes offers state-of-the-art amenities and services, from advanced technology and networking capabilities to our commitment to being green with earth-friendly initiatives, like composting 95 percent of our food waste. We’re so sure you’ll find everything you need at the Hynes that we’ve created the 3-2-1 Connect program—connecting your event with three leading hotel properties, two upscale shopping destinations, and the singular Hynes Convention Center. A short ride from Logan International Airport, and accessible to major roadways and public transportation, the Hynes is perfectly situated for both local and out-of-town guests.

Large enough for conferences, trade shows and conventions, the Hynes can also be configured to suit more intimate gatherings, such as meetings, training sessions, and receptions. At the Hynes, anything is possible. Between meetings, our impressive Boylston Street hallway offers attendees one-of-a-kind views of the Back Bay, the Charles River and Cambridge. And, with so many amenities nearby, your attendees won’t need to travel far to experience both the benefits of your event and the attractions of Boston.


Hynes Convention Center at a glance:

176,480 square feet of flexible exhibit space accommodating up to four concurrent events
35 carpeted, flexible meeting rooms
24,544-square-foot Grand Ballroom
5 exhibit halls, including an auditorium for 3,000
Fiber-optic backbone links and T3 service, with complimentary Wi-Fi access
Climate-controlled, all-season convention complex, connected by sky bridges to hotels, restaurants, and shopping


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