Konferenzen

von Montag, 02. Mai 2016 -  08:00 Uhr
bis Freitag, 06. Mai 2016 - 19:30 Uhr
 

The 2016 E-MRS Spring Meeting and Exhibit will be held in Lille (France) from May 2 to 6.

The conference will include 31 parallel symposia, 3 workshops & tutorials, one plenary session, one exhibition and much more. All technical sessions and non-technical events will be held at Lille Grand Palais.

Symposia & program

Materials:

  • Hybrid materials: from the laboratory to the market
  • Adaptive materials: devices and systems towards unconventional computing, sensing, bio-electronics and robotics
  • Laser-material interactions for tailoring future applications
  • Solid state ionics: defect interactions and their influence on ionic and electronic transport
  • Substitution of critical raw materials: synthesis, characterization and processing of new advanced materials in optoelectronic and magnetic devices
  • Advanced materials for printing
  • Molecular systems for spintronics
  • Tailored disorder - an advanced materials design for innovative photonic applications
  • Functional oxynitride films for sustainable development
  • Established and emerging nanocolloids: from synthesis & characterization to applications II

Semiconductors:

  • Group IV semiconductors materials research - growth, characterization and applications to electronics and spintronics
  • Wide bandgap materials for electron devices
  • Silicon compatible materials and integrated devices for photonics and optical sensing
  • Materials frontier for transparent advanced electronics II (E-MRS / MRS-J bilateral symposium)
  • Group IV semiconductors at the nanoscale - towards applications in photonics, electronics and life sciences

Biomaterials:

  • Carbon materials: surface chemistry and biomedical applications II
  • Smart biointerfaces for functional biomaterials
  • Multifunctional nanostructures for diagnostic and therapeutic of diseases
  • Biomimetic bioactive biomaterials – the next generation of implantable devices

Energy:

  • Advanced materials and characterization techniques for solar cells III
  • Materials by design for energy applications
  • Thin film chalcogenide photovoltaic materials
  • Materials and systems for micro-energy harvesting and storage
  • Functional materials for environmental sensors and energy systems

Nanomaterials:

  • Graphene and related materials: from fundamental science to applications
  • Two dimensional crystals and van der Waals heterostructures for nanoelectronics
  • Solution processing and properties of functional oxide thin films and nanostructures II
  • Defect-induced effects in nanomaterials
  • In situ studies of functional nano materials at large scale facilities: from model systems to applications
  • Light interaction with nanomaterials
  • Carbon-, or nitrogen-containing nanostructured thin films

Workshops & Tutorials:

  • Sustainable knowledge and preservation of Cultural Heritage for future generations (2-4 May + Museum visit on Wed. morning May 4)
  • Advanced materials and technologies for renewable energies - AMREN-2 (5 May 2016)
  • Function-assembly of nano-materials towards electronics, energy and biological applications (4 May 2016)

Plenary session

The scientific program is complemented by the plenary session, taking place on Wednesday afternoon May 4, with two outstanding speakers, Prof. Dr. Joachim Maier, of Max-Planck-Institut Stuttgart, Germany, and Prof. Stéphanie P. Lacour, of Bertarelli Foundation, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland.

This central session will continue with the Reach.Out Award and the EU-40 Materials Prize. The latter is a prestigious prize awarded to researchers under 40 who are showing exceptional promise for leadership and have made outstanding and innovative contributions to Materials Research in Europe.

The presentation of the Graduate Students Awards will conclude the plenary session.

 

Preliminary program:

16:15 - 16:30 Welcome by Luisa Torsi E-MRS President

16:30 - 17:10 Transport and Mass Storage in Macro- and Nanosized Solids by Joachim Maier from Max-Planck-Institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart, Germany

17:10 - 17:50 Materials and technologies for soft bioelectronics by Stephanie P. Lacour from EPFL, Centre for Neuroprosthetics, IMT/IBI, Switzerland

17:50 - 18:30 Metal Halide Perovskites: Solar Cells, Light Emission and Novel Compounds held by EU-40 Materials Prize Winner Henry J. Snaith from Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, U.K.

18:30 - 18:35 NFFA-Europe: enhancing European competitiveness in nanoscience research and innovation. Held by Luis Fonseca from CNM-CSIC, Spain

18:35 - 18:45 Reach.Out! Award Winner To be announced

18:45 - 19:15 Graduate Student Awards Ceremony

End of session - social event


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Lille Grand Palais
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Lille
59777
France
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