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HONOLULU, HI

October 2-7, 2016 Hawaii Convention Center & Hilton Hawaiian Village

Photo Š Hawaii Tourism Japan (HTJ)

The joint international meeting of:

230th Meeting of The Electrochemical Society

2016 Fall Meeting of The Electrochemical Society of Japan

2016 Fall Meeting of The Korean Electrochemical Society

with the Technical Co-Sponsors: Chinese Society of Electrochemistry

Electrochemistry Division of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute

Korean Physical Society Semiconductor Division

The Japan Society of Applied Physics

Chinese Physical Society Semiconductor Division

Meeting Program


PRiME 2016 October 2 – 7, 2016

Honolulu, Hawaii Photo © Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) / Chuck Painter

PRiME 2016 Leadership PRiME 2016 Organizing Committee ECS Co-Chair: Krishnan Rajeshwar ECSJ Co-Chair: Hiroyuki Uchida

ECSJ Leadership ECSJ Officers Hiroshi Nishihara, President Susumu Kuwabata, Vice President Atsushi Nishikata, Vice President

ECS: Christina Bock

Kenichi Udagawa, Vice President

ECS: D. Noel Buckley

Yoshinori Hirai, Vice President

ECS: Fernando Garzon

Akinori Konno, Executive Director

ECSJ: Yasushi Katayama

Mikako Saito, Executive Director

ECSJ: Wataru Sugimoto

Ayumi Koike, Treasurer Director

ECSJ: Shoso Shinguhara

Eiry Kobatake, Treasurer Director

KECS: Won-Sub Yoon

Atsuo Yamada, Editing Director

KECS : Jae-Joon Lee

Yasushi Katayama, Editing Director

ECS Leadership

Tadashi Takamizawa, Executive Director Shunya Ikezuki, Director of Branch & Committee Michiko Takeda, Director of Finance Minaki Sakamoto, Director of Publications

ECS Officers Krishnan Rajeshwar, President

KECS Leadership

Johna Leddy, Sr. Vice President Yue Kuo, 2nd Vice President Christina Bock, 3rd Vice President

KECS Officers

James Fenton, Secretary

Yongkeun Son, President

E. Jennings Taylor, Treasurer Roque Calvo, Executive Director & CEO

Myung Hwan Kim, Vice President

ECS Senior Management

Won Il Cho, Vice President

Heonsu Kim, Vice President

Roque Calvo, Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer

HyunSu Kim, Vice President

Tim Gamberzky, Chief Operating Officer

Woonsup Shin, Vice President

Mary Yess, Deputy Executive Director & Chief Content Officer

Won-Yong Lee, Vice President Nam-Gyu Park, Vice President Yung-Eun Sung, Vice President Yongsug Tak, Vice President Soo-Gil Park, Vice President

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October 2 – 7, 2016

Honolulu, Hawaii

Photo © Hawaii Tourism Japan (HTJ)

PRiME 2016 Photo © Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) / Tor Johnson

Technical Co-Sponsors Semiconductor Physics Division of Chinese Physics Society

Electrochemistry Division of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute

ShuShen Li, President

Anthony O’Mullane, Chair

DeZhen Shen, Vice President

Chuan Zhao, Secretary

ZuiMin Jiang, Vice President

Damien Arrigan, Treasurer

Yang Ji, Secretary General

Semiconductor Physics Division of the Korean Physical Society

The Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (CSE) Yan-Xia Jiang, Secretary General

Yong Min Kim, Secretary General

The Japan Society of Applied Physics (JSAP) Kazuo Hotate, President Shigeaki Zaima, Vice President Naoki Yokoyama, Vice President Seigo Kanemaru, Vice President

Photo © Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) / Chuck Painter

Photo © Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) / Tor Johnson

Photo © Dana Edmunds


Volume 75– H o n o l u l u , H a w a i i

from the PRiME Honolulu meeting, October 2—October 7, 2016 The following issues of ECS Transactions are from symposia held during the Honolulu meeting. All issues are available in electronic (PDF) editions, which may be purchased, beginning on September 23, 2016, by visiting www.electrochem.org/ online-store. Some issues are also available in CD/USB editions. Please visit the ECS website for all issue pricing and ordering information. (All prices are in U.S. dollars; M = ECS member price; NM = nonmember price.)

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PRiME 2016 October 2 – 7, 2016

Honolulu, Hawaii Photo © Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) / Joe Solem

Welcome to PRiME 2016

W

elcome to Honolulu! We are excited to host PRiME 2016 once again in this captivating city. The Hilton Hawaiian Village and the Hawaii Convention Center have opened their doors to make this event a memorable one. PRiME 2016 will include 56 topical symposia and 4182 technical presentations. This is the largest, most significant research conference in the world, and would not be possible without the joint effort of The Electrochemical Society, The Electrochemical Society of Japan, and our newest partner, The Korean Electrochemical Society. The following technical co-sponsors also helped make this meeting possible: Chinese Society of Electrochemistry, Electrochemistry Division of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute, Japan Society of Applied Physics, Korean Physical Society Semiconductor Division, and Semiconductor Physics Division of the Chinese Physics Society. PRiME has seen tremendous growth since the meeting was established in 1987. The first joint international meeting between ECS and ECSJ took place at this very same venue, providing a central location between the two societies in this mid-Pacific hub of communications. Here, ECS and ECSJ began to build what would become a major conference for the discussion of interdisciplinary research from around the world, ranging from topics in renewable energy and water sanitation to biomedical and communication technologies. This year marks PRiME’s seventh return to the beautiful island of Oahu. We’ve received a record number of abstracts and will be holding the 6th International Electrochemical Energy Summit focused on renewable energy, distribution, and storage. This year’s summit will include keynote presentations and remarks from the U.S. Department of Energy, New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization, Korea Institute of Energy Research, and the Hawaii State Energy Office.

Make sure to attend Monday evening’s Plenary Session, where participants from every symposium can come together to recognize some of the greatest minds in the field. The presidents of ECS, ECSJ, and KECS will welcome guests and introduce the highly anticipated lecturer, Michael Graetzel and his talk, “Photoelectrochemical Cells for the Generation of Electricity and Fuels from Sunlight.” Stop by the Exhibit Hall, located in Hall 2 of the Hawaii Convention Center, where you can network with your colleagues and learn about some of the top innovations in the industry. Make sure to stop by the Exhibit Hall often to catch the student and general poster sessions and visit our exciting lineup of international exhibitors. Use our meeting program and meeting scheduler on your mobile device to make the most of your time. If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to stop by the registration desk in the Hall 2 Foyer for further assistance. We thank you again for your continued support!

Krishnan Rajeshwar Hiroshi Nishihara ECS President

ECSJ President

Yongkeun Son KECS President

Program Guide ADA Accessibility............................................................................5

Poster Session Information...............................................................6

Author Index.................................................................................287

Professional Development Workshops...........................................20

Award Winners................................................................................33

Publications.....................................................................................18

Division, Committee, and Board Meetings.....................................25

Registration Hours............................................................................4

E2S (Electrochemical Energy Summit)..........................................28

Session Chair Information..............................................................15

Featured Events...................................................................23, 25, 27

Sessions at a Glance........................................................................54

Floor Plans.................................................................................. 8-12

Short Courses .................................................................................20

Free the Science™ 5K Run ............................................................15

Sponsors.................................................................................... 49-51

Future Meetings..............................................................................14

Symposium Topics and Organizers........................................... 52-53

General Meeting Information...........................................................4

Technical Exhibit............................................................................43

Leadership.............................................................. inside front cover

Technical Program..........................................................................72

Local Area Map.................................................................................7

Ticketed Events...............................................................................27

Meeting App......................................................................................4

Transactions for PRiME...................................................................2

Message from the Presidents............................................................3

Wireless Network..............................................................................4

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General Information Meeting Information

Important Abbreviations: HCC: Hawaii Convention Center HHV: Hilton Hawaiian Village

Meeting Registration Location: Hall 2 Foyer/HCC Hours: Saturday.......................................................................... 1600-1900h Sunday............................................................................ 0700-1900h Monday........................................................................... 0700-1800h Tuesday........................................................................... 0700-1700h Wednesday...................................................................... 0700-1600h Thursday......................................................................... 0700-1600h Friday.............................................................................. 0700-1200h Who must pay the registration fee? All meeting participants, including invited speakers, are required to pay the appropriate registration fees. Individuals participating in short courses along with the meeting are required to register for both events. Travel Companions/Nontechnical Registrants Travel companions of attendees are invited to register for the meeting as a nontechnical registrant. The nontechnical registrant fee of $55 includes admission to non-ticketed social events and a special “Welcome to Hawaii” gift bag, along with food and drink vouchers for the meeting venues. Lost Badge or Ticket There will be a $30 charge for reprinting lost badges or tickets. Admittance will not be granted to ticketed events without an actual ticket. Tickets must be reprinted at registration during scheduled hours and cannot be reprinted at the event itself. Registration Fees On Site Registration Fee

Member Nonmember** Student Member Student Nonmember One Day Member One Day Nonmember Emeritus & Honorary Member Nontechnical Registrant

$790 $953 $470 $512 $632 $743 $0 $55

*All prices are in U.S. Dollars. **Nonmembers are recommended to apply for a membership of one of the PRiME 2016 partner societies (ECS, ECSJ, KECS) to reduce the registration fee effectively.

Tools for a Successful Meeting Experience • Visit ECS Publications located in Hall 2 Foyer, HCC. • Access Abstracts Online at: electrochem.org/prime. • Become a Member! Stop by the customer service counter for more information. • Download the personal scheduler at electrochem.org/prime. • Turn off cell phones during presentations. • Become familiar with the Hawaii Convention Center layout by visiting pages 8-10. • Visit the exhibit hall to network and learn more about the latest innovations in the industry. • Tell us about your experience by completing the post conference survey sent via email. 4

Ticketed Events Student Mixer Battery Anniversary Reception Ticketed Luncheons Ticketed Receptions Luau Molten Salts Dinner

On Site Fees* $5 $20 $70 $40 $100 $40

*All prices are in U.S. Dollars.

Short Course Registration Five short courses are being offered on Sunday, October 2nd from 0900h to 1630h. Pre-registration for short courses is required—the deadline was September 2, 2016; however, if you are interested in registering for a short course please visit registration to see if space is available.

Course Only Regular Fees* $525 $650 $262.50 $325

Registration Fees Member Nonmember Student Member Student Nonmember

Course Regular Fees*

(Price discounted with the purchase of a meeting registration)

$450 $575 $187.50 $250

*All prices are in U.S. Dollars.

Go Green • Access the meeting program online rather than the printed version. • Bring your own reusable container for coffee and water throughout the week. • Join us for the 5K on Monday morning or the Diamond Head crater hike on Friday to help reduce your carbon footprint. • Explore the downtown area by foot, check out the local area map on page 7. • Take a stroll through paradise between the Hilton Hawaiian Village and the Convention Center rather than taking the shuttle or a cab. See page 7 for a guide.

Technology at Your Fingertips Meeting App: Visit www.electrochem.org/prime and put the technical program and personal scheduler on your mobile device. Browse, add, and sync sessions, events, and presentations to your itinerary! Wifi: Name: prime2016 Password: prime2016 Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


General Information

ADA Accessibility Special accommodations for those attendees living with a disability will be handled on an individual basis. Contact the meeting headquarters today if you will need assistance by emailing meetings@electrochem.org.

Shuttle Transportation Complimentary shuttle service will be provided between the Hilton Hawaiian Village and the Hawaii Convention Center Sunday through Friday. For more information please look for signage in the registration area or visit www.electrochem.org/prime.

Permissions Granted to PRiME PRiME reserves the right to electronically record any or all meetingrelated events. By registering for and/or attending PRiME you are granting the PRiME organizers permission to use any recording or photography made of you at any meeting event or anywhere within the meeting venue.

Financial Assistance Financial assistance is limited and generally governed by the symposium organizers. Contact your symposium organizers to see if funding is available. Individuals requiring an official letter of invitation should write to the meeting headquarters office; such letters will not imply any financial responsibilities of PRiME. Please check the current meeting website to confirm submission deadlines in advance.

Speaker Indemnification The ideas and opinions expressed in the technical sessions, conferences, and any handout materials provided are those of the presenter. They are not those of the PRIME organizers, nor can any endorsement by PRIME be claimed. Photography and Recording Is Not Permitted in Technical Sessions By attending PRiME, you agree that you will not record any technical session activity, without the express written consent from PRiME. If you violate this policy you will be removed from the meeting and your registration will be revoked without the possibility of a refund.

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Letters of Attendance Individuals requiring an official letter of attendance should visit the “Letters of Attendance� self-help computer in the registration area or see a meeting representative. Need an Invoice? Your registration information and invoice are now available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from your own computer. Go to www.electrochem.org to log into your account to access this information today.

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Meeting Information

Things to Know


General Information Meeting Information

Tools for a Successful Presentation Meeting Abstracts are always right at hand—and as always, are FREE with registration. Registrants may easily access them via the meeting scheduler or may download them from the PRiME meeting website. Wifi will be available to download abstracts onsite. Paper editions of meeting abstracts are not distributed; attendees who require paper should download abstracts and print them in advance of the meeting. Information for Presenters Oral presentations must be in English. Laptop computers and LCD projectors will be available in each symposium room for oral presentations. Presenting authors MUST bring their presentation on a USB flash drive to be used with the dedicated laptop that will be in each technical session room. Speakers requiring special equipment must have made written request to ECS headquarters (meetings@ electrochem.org) prior to the meeting. No special requests will be handled onsite. Poster presentations must be in English, and correspond to the abstract number and assigned date of presentation as detailed in the final program. Your display should fit on one upright panel as per the below dimensions. Present displayed information from left to right, starting at the top left of the panel. The paper title, number, names, and affiliations of all authors MUST be at the top of the display. Authors should minimize written text but use it when necessary to emphasize essential data and/or to stimulate discussion. Commercial advertisements or publicity will NOT be permitted in poster presentations. Authors violating this regulation will be asked to remove their presentations immediately.

Recommended Dimensions: • Board: approximately 3 feet 10 inches high by 3 feet 10 inches wide (1.17 meters high by 1.17 meters wide) • Print size for the title is approximately 1” to 2” (2.5 cm to 5 cm) high. • Written text and charts should be large enough to read from a distance of 5’ (1.5 m) • Matted and finished photographs are recommended to enhance visibility. You may mount your poster only on your assigned day; Tuesday from 1300-1600h, or Wednesday from 0900-1400h. Any posters unclaimed at the end of the night will be discarded. Please do not begin setting up your poster until all the poster boards have been numbered. Pushpins and/or thumbtacks will be supplied. No posters will be displayed without author participation, NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE GRANTED. Authors are responsible for the security of their displays and all items of value; ECS will not assume any responsibility for lost, stolen, or broken articles. Additional information or special requirements should have been addressed to the individual symposium organizers prior to the meeting. The Student Poster Session will be held as a part of the Tuesday General Poster Session and Technical Exhibit. All meeting registrants are invited to attend. Students may start setting up their presentations at 1300h; judging of the posters will begin at 1700h and formal presentations will begin at 1800h. Winners will be announced and awards will be presented on Wednesday in the General Poster Session, 1800-2000h.

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Local Area Information

Take a Stroll in Paradise The Hawai'i Convention Center is an enjoyable twenty minute walk from the Hilton Hawaiian Village.

Local Area Information

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59,260 sq feet (5,505 m2)

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Key Locations in the Hawaii Convention Center Abbreviation: HCC The Hawaii Convention Center is located at 1801 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815 Meeting Registration: Hall 2 Foyer Meeting Headquarters Office: 311 Exhibit Hall: Hall 2

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Highlighted Events

Technical Exhibit

Free the Science 5K

When:

When:

Tuesday............................................1300-1600h / 1800-2000h Wednesday.......................................0900-1400h / 1800-2000h Thursday................................................................ 0900-1200h

Monday, 0630-0730h

Where:

Where:

Hilton Lagoon

Hall 2, HCC

Join us for an invigorating morning run in support of ECS’s open access efforts. Proceeds from the event will support Free the Science, ECS’s initiative to provide complete open access to our entire Digital Library at no cost to authors, libraries, or readers. Visit the customer service desk, located in the Hall 2 Foyer of the HCC, or the Free the Science booth in the Exhibit Hall to learn more.

E2S

Ticket Price: $35.00

PRiME 2016 Joint International Meeting and 6th International Electrochemical Energy Summit When: Sunday 1600-1730h Oral Presentations | 1730-1800h Poster Session Followed by the Sunday Evening Get Together

Where: Ballroom BC, HCC

Highlighted Events

Chair: Boryann Liaw, Hawaii Natural Energy Institute

Organizers: Adam Weber, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Hiroyuki Uchida, University of Yamanashi Won-Sub Yoon, Sungkyungkwan University Mark Glick, Hawaii State Energy Administrator

Speakers: Dr. Robert K. Dixon, Director Office of Strategic Programs, US Department of Energy Mr. Eiji Ohira, Director Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technology Group, New Energy Technology Dept., New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) Dr. Won-Yong Lee, Principal Researcher, New and Renewable Energy Division, Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER)

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ssion Chair and Symposium Organizer Breakfast

When:

Sunday Evening Get-Together When: Sunday, 1800-2000h

Where: Ballroom Foyer, HCC All technical and non-technical registrants are welcome to pop in to this low-key event for some tasty desserts, drinks and ample networking.

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Monday, 0700-0800h

Where: Ballroom A, HCC The success of the meeting is very much due to the role that Symposium Organizers and Session Chairs take before, during and after each session. Session Chairs, Division Members and Symposia Organizers are encouraged to attend an orientation to make sure they are best prepared to serve their session, and learn helpful information for future meetings.

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Plenary

Student Mixer When:

When:

When: Monday, 1700-1800h

Monday, 1900-2100h

Where:

Where:

Ballroom ABC, HCC Tapa Ballroom 3, HHV Participants from every symposium are welcome to come together to recognize some of the greatest minds in the field. The presidents of ECS, ECSJ, and KECS will welcome guests to Honolulu and introduce the highly anticipated lecturer, Michael Graetzel and his talk, “Photoelectrochemical Cells for the Generation of Electricity and Fuels from Sunlight.”

This event is a “must” for all student attendees as they will be able to join distinguished members of the organizing committee for light food and refreshments. If you have not already purchased your ticket, visit the customer service counter at registration. Ticket Price: $5.00

Luau by the Lagoon When: Thursday, 1830-2100h

Where: Great Lawn, HHV

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Enjoy a taste of the “real” Hawaii and say Aloha to your peers as we celebrate PRiME. Traditional entertainment, drinks and food will be served in a picture perfect setting for this memorable event. You can’t leave Hawaii without attending a luau! Please see the customer service desk to reserve your ticket.

Student & General Poster Sessions When:

Tuesday and Wednesday, 1800-2000h

Where: Exhibit Hall 2, HCC Join the entire community for cold drinks and delicious snacks while browsing through posters and mingling with exhibitors.

Publications ECS Monographs Please join us for an author signing and book raffle!

When: Wednesday, October 5, 2016, 1830h

Where: Hall 2, HCC Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

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The Z01 General Student Poster Session award winners will be announced on Wednesday at 1815h in the exhibit hall.

Hike Diamond Head Crater When: Friday October 7; 0545-0800h, $40 per person Don’t leave Honolulu without visiting the world’s most famous volcanic crater. Join us for a sunrise hike up Diamond Head and snap some stunning photos. Just a 15 min bus ride from the Hilton, participants will receive a special t-shirt, water, and a snack. Pre-register or stop at the Free the Science booth in the convention center to sign up. Space is limited. Must have appropriate footwear. 17


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ECS Publications

PRiME Partners

Do you have questions about ECS Publications? ECS has answers! Stop by the ECS Publications booth, located next to Registration in the Honolulu Convention Center, Hall 2 Foyer, if you have any questions or want to learn more about ECS Publications. Here, you can pick up copies of ECS Transactions and Interface magazine, check out the ECS journals, and view the latest ECS monograph titles. • Find out about ECS’s Open Access (OA) program. • See how to submit your meeting presentation to ECS Transactions. • Determine which ECS peer-reviewed journals are best for your latest research. • Browse our newly published monographs and pick up information on our two author signing events. • Drop off your business card for a chance to win an OA credit in the ECS Raffle! • Learn about the ECS journals continuous publication model: your article, online, fast! • Hear about the latest Focus Issues for the ECS journals. • Get an inside view on how Interface articles are selected. • Learn about ORCID and how it can benefit you as a researcher and author. • Discover the easy way to submit your abstract to an ECS meeting.

Visit the PRiME partners on the exhibit floor to learn more about each society.

The Electrochemical Society’s Free the Science Headquarters ECS has launched the Free the Science initiative to open access to our entire Digital Library by 2024. Free the Science will remove all paywalls for authors and readers—that means people and organizations everywhere will have access to important research that is solving our world’s most complex sustainability challenges. Come to our booth to learn how you can be involved in the Free the Science movement, how you and your organization/institution can benefit from the initiative, and discover other exciting programs happening at ECS.

The Electrochemical Society of Japan The Society was founded in 1933 to foster scientific and industrial progress in the fields of electrochemistry and industrial physical chemistry. Rapid changes in both academic and industrial environments have been seen, with important increases in the scope covered by the discipline of electrochemistry, as well as in the circumstances affecting the industry in the intervening years. The Society continues to remain responsive to this rapid progress and to contribute significantly to advances in this field.

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The Korean Electrochemical Society Introduction: The Korean Electrochemical Society (KECS) was established on Feb. 12, 1998. It made a rapid growth to reach the capacity of 5,319 members, 9 committees, 7 divisions, and now it is recognized as the leading academic society in both the fundamental and applied researches for industries related with electrochemistry. It has two annual meetings in spring and fall, respectively.

Metal-Organics Materials & Chemical Development Microelectronics & Opteoelectronics Biotechnology & Health Sciences Displays & Optics • High K Dielectrics • Catalysts • Surface Modification • Conductive Oxides Ge, Sn, Pb, Ti, Zr, Hf, Ta, Pt, Al

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Aim: KECS was established for serving profits to the general public. It promotes the development of electrochemical science and technology, which results in the significant growth of various electrochemistryrelated technologies and industrial fields. Main Activities: • Opening the scientific meeting • Publication and distribution of Journals • International academic exchanges • Support and recommendations for technology development • Cooperation with the electrochemical industries through educational-industrial program • Business of research service, consultation, and education training Publications: • Journal of the Korean Electrochemical Society (ISSN: 12291935, 4 issues/year) • Journal of Electrochemical Science and Technology (ISSN: 2093-8551, 4 issues/year, SCIE) • E.Chem Magazine (ISSN: 2093-5072, 2 issues/year)

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Professional Development Workshops Professional development workshops are offered to provide attendees with an opportunity to enhance networking and career search skills. As a two-part series, individuals are encouraged to attend both sessions. The following workshops are free to all meeting registrants!

Part 1: Essential Elements for Employment Success John R. Susko, Instructor

When: Sunday, 1400-1600h / 307B, HCC Monday, 0800-1000h / 307B, HCC Landing your next job requires selective and effective networking, developing and submitting specifically targeted résumés and cover letters, locating relevant job opportunities and preparing for and participating in the job interview. This workshop will provide up-to-date information and tips for employment success.

Part 2: Résumé Review John Susko, Instructor

When: Highlighted Events

Monday, 1200-1600h / 307B, HCC Tuesday, 0800-1200h / 323A, HCC Wednesday, 0800-1200h/ 323A, HCC Now that you’ve attended Part 1: Essential Elements for Employment Success, bring your résumé for a one-onone session with an industry leader and expert on résumé development. You will walk away with a résumé that is sure to land you your next interview.

Short Courses Towards State-of-Health Diagnosis and Prognosis of Li- and Na-ion Cells: Incremental Capacity and Differential Voltage Analyses Matthieu Dubarry and Arnaud Devie, Instructors Location: 301A, HCC Studies dealing with the degradation of full cells sometimes lack indepth analysis of the degradation despite well planned experimental designs. This absence is often justified by the impracticality of post mortem analysis. This analysis is possible also from voltage based differential techniques without the need for additional experiments. This short course will offer a background on such techniques, an overview of their principles and limitations, a review of case studies, as well as an interactive live demonstration of a toolbox specifically designed to simplify the use of these techniques. About the Instructors Matthieu Dubarry is an Assistant Researcher at the Hawaii Natural Energy Institute within the University of Hawaii at Mānoa (USA). Trained at the French National School for Advanced Ceramics (MSc, 2001), Dr. Dubarry learned about lithium batteries during his PhD at the Nantes Institute for Materials. His work on the incremental capacity on full cells led to the development of the ‘alawa approach, a simple modeling approach oriented towards the understanding of single cell degradation. He is a well-recognized expert on the subject of electrochemical voltage spectroscopies. Arnaud Devie received his electrical engineering degree from INSA Lyon, France, with a major in semiconductor technology. Dr. Devie later joined the University of Lyon for a Ph.D. in electrical engineering in collaboration with the French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport where he undertook the characterization of lithium-ion batteries usage in EV and HEV applications. Dr. Devie joined the Hawaii Natural Energy Institute at the University of Hawaii at Mānoa in 2013 to work on lithium-ion battery degradation diagnosis with Dr. Dubarry and Dr. Liaw.

Electrodeposition for Energy Applications Giovanni Zangari and Stanko Brankovic, Instructors Location: 301B, HCC

Panel of Professionals: Career Exploration in Electrochemical and Solid State Science and Technology

When: Wednesday, 1530-1630h / 323A, HCC Are you unsure of what career options are available in electrochemistry and solid state science and technology? Then this session is for you. Join us for a panel discussion where professionals from industry, academia (large research & small teaching), and government will discuss the unique opportunities and challenges of pursuing a career in their chosen field. Attendees will have the opportunity to speak with each professional through small breakout groups following the panel. Students and early-career professionals are strongly encouraged to attend.

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This course will offer attendees with a variety of technical backgrounds the opportunity to be introduced to, or to refresh their understanding of the fundamentals of the technique, as well as to gain a perspective of its potentials in nanostructure fabrication, with particular focus on energy conversion and storage application. In this course the attendees will gain practical knowledge of the methods and techniques used in the synthesis of catalysts for fuel cells, components for batteries and capacitors, and radiation absorbers for photovoltaic and photoelectrochemical devices. About the Instructors Stanko Brankovic and Giovanni Zangari have offered this course at ECS meetings, and continue to update the application module in response to new discoveries, needs and opportunities in the field. Stanko Brankovic obtained a B.E. in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering in 1994 from University of Belgrade and Ph.D. in Science and Engineering of Materials in 1999 from Arizona State University. At the University of Houston (2005), he spent two years as a post doc at Brookhaven National Laboratory (1999-2001) and four years at Seagate Research Center in Pittsburgh (2001-2005). He currently serves as the Chair of the Materials Science Division of the International Society of Electrochemistry, and as the Vice-Chair of the Electrodeposition Division of The Electrochemical Society. Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


Highlighted Events Giovanni Zangari is currently a professor at the University of Virginia (UVa); he received a M.Sc. in Nuclear Engineering from the Politecnico di Milano, and a Ph.D. in Metallurgical Engineering from the Politecnico di Torino. He joined UVA in 2002 after working as an assistant and then associate professor at the University of Alabama. His research is focused on photovoltaic and photoelectrochemical energy conversion, structure-properties correlation in magnetic films, and on the fundamentals and applications of alloy deposition.

Fundamentals of Electrochemistry: Basic Theory and Kinetic Methods Jamie Noël, Instructor Location: 302A,HCC This course covers the basic theory and application of electrochemical science. It is targeted toward people with a physical sciences or engineering background who have not been trained as electrochemists, but who want to add electrochemical methods to their repertoire of research approaches. There are many fields in which researchers originally approach their work from another discipline but then discover that it would be advantageous to understand and use some electrochemical methods to complement the work that they are doing.

Basic Impedance Spectroscopy Mark Orazem, Instructor Location: 302B,HCC The first of a two-course sequence, this course is intended for chemists, physicists, materials scientists, and engineers with an interest in applying electrochemical impedance techniques to study electrochemical processes. The attendee will develop a basic understanding of the technique, the sources of errors, the manner in which experiments can reduce these errors, and the use of graphical methods to interpret measurements in terms of meaningful physical properties. The concepts will be illustrated by applications to different systems. About the Instructor Mark Orazem is a recognized expert on impedance spectroscopy. He has offered both introductory and advanced short courses on the topic at annual meetings of the Electrochemical Society. Orazem is a Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Florida, a Fellow of The Electrochemical Society, recipient of the 2012 ECS Linford Award, and former president of the International Society of Electrochemistry.

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells Hubert A. Gasteiger and Thomas J. Schmidt, Instructors Location: 303A, HCC This short course develops the fundamental thermodynamics and electrocatalytic processes critical to polymer electrolyte fuel cells (PEFCs, including Direct Methanol and Alkaline Membrane FCs). We will discuss the relevant half-cell reactions, their thermodynamic driving forces, and their mathematical foundations in electrocatalysis theory. We will also illuminate the different functional requirements Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

About the Instructors Hubert A. Gasteiger received his MS in chemical engineering from Oregon State University in 1988, and his PhD in chemical engineering from UC Berkeley in 1993. After postdoctoral, he joined GM/Opel’s Fuel Cell Activities program as Technical Manager for PEM fuel cell materials development, where he was promoted to GM Technical Fellow (2004). He received the Grove Medal for fuel cell research (2012) and the Grahame Award of the Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division of the ECS (2015). Thomas J. Schmidt obtained his PhD (2000) in Chemistry from the University of Ulm (Germany), before he joined the group of P. N. Ross and N. M. Markovic at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. He continued to work at Paul Scherrer Institut’s Electrochemistry Laboratory in Villigen/Switzerland. Since the fall of 2002, he has been working in the industrial development of high temperature PEFC membrane electrode assemblies and their components. In 2011, Dr. Schmidt became Head of the Electrochemistry Laboratory at Paul Scherrer Institute. Since 2014, he is also Director of one Swiss Competence Center for Energy Research.

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About the Instructor Jamie Noël is an established electrochemist and corrosion scientist. Throughout his career, he has worked on corrosion issues in the nuclear industry and academia through his position as a research scientist and adjunct professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Western Ontario in London, Canada. Dr. Noël assists in training and directing students, carrying out fundamental and applied electrochemistry research projects, and teaching electrochemistry at the graduate level. He uses electrochemical and other surface analytical techniques to study the corrosion of nuclear reactor components and nuclear waste management systems materials.

of actual PEFC (incl. DMFC and AMFC) components and present basic in situ diagnostics (Pt surface area, shorting, electronic resistance, etc.)

The Chinese Physical Society (CPS) was founded in 1932. It at present includes about 40,000 members. CPS publishes 11 academic journals, and 9 other journals are published by sub-societies or specialized committees. Semiconductor Physics Division (SPD) is a sub-society under CPS. It was founded in 1995 to promote the development and popularization of semiconductor physics in China. It aims to increase the communication and cooperation between Chinese scholars and worldwide scientist. SPD has sponsored the Semiconductor Physics Conference of China for many years, which opens every two years and has around 400 participants. The 21st Semiconductor Physics Conference of China will open in July, 2017, in NanJing, China. President: ShuShen Li Vice-presidents: DeZhen Shen, ZuiMin Jiang Secretary-general: Yang Ji Email:jiyang@semi.ac.cn 21


Volume 72– S a n D i e g o , C a l i f o r n i a

from the San Diego meeting, May 29—June 2, 2016

The following issues of ECS Transactions are from symposia held during the San Diego meeting. All issues are available in electronic (PDF) editions, which may be purchased, beginning on May 20, 2016, by visiting www.electrochem.org/online-store. Some issues are also available in CD/USB editions. Please visit the ECS website for all issue pricing and ordering information. (All prices are in U.S. dollars; M = ECS member price; NM = nonmember price.)

Available Issues Vol. 72 Engineering Carbon Hybrids - Carbon Electronics 2 No. 1 CD/USB................... M $96.00, NM $119.00 Vol. 72 Dielectrics for Nanosystems 7: No. 2 Materials Science, Processing, Reliability, and Manufacturing -and- Solid State Topics General Session HC ................................M $97.00, NM $121.00 Vol. 72 More-than-Moore 3 No. 3 CD/USB................... M $96.00, NM $119.00

Vol. 72 Wide Bandgap Semiconductor Materials No. 5 and Devices 17 CD/USB.............................M $121.00, NM $151.00 Vol. 72 Solid-State Electronics and Photonics in No. 6 Biology and Medicine 3 CD/USB ............. M $96.00, NM $119.00 Vol. 72 Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics 10 No. 7 CD/USB................... M $140.00, NM $176.00

Vol. 72 Silicon Compatible Materials, Processes, and Technologies No. 4 for Advanced Integrated Circuits and Emerging Applications 6 CD/USB..............................M $116.00, NM $145.00

Forthcoming Issues Joint General Session: Batteries and Energy Storage -and- Fuel Cells, Electrolytes, and Energy

SAN C01

Corrosion General Session

SAN D02

Chemical Mechanical Polishing 14

SAN A02

Future and Present Advanced Lithium Batteries and Beyond – a Symposium in the Honor of Prof. Bruno Scrosati

SAN D04

Plasma and Thermal Processes for Materials Modification, Synthesis and Processing

SAN A03

Large-Scale Energy Storage 7

SAN E01

Electrophoretic Deposition

SAN A04

Battery Modeling and Computation

SAN E02

SAN A05

Electrochemistry and Batteries for Safe and Low-cost Energy Storage

Three-Dimensional Electrodeposition and Electroless Deposition

SAN F01

SAN B01

Carbon Nanostructures for Energy Conversion

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering General Session

SAN H03

Properties and Applications of 2-Dimensional Layered Materials

SAN I01

State-of-the-Art Invited Tutorials on Model/Experiment Coupling in Low Temperature Fuel Cells

SAN A01

SAN B02 SAN B03

Carbon Nanostructures in Medicine and Biology Carbon Nanotubes - From Fundamentals to Devices

SAN K02

Bioelectrochemistry: Analysis and Fundamental Studies

SAN L01

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry General Session

SAN L02

Electrocatalysis 8

SAN L03

Biological Fuel Cells 7

SAN L06

Ionic Liquids as Electrolytes

SAN L07

Renewable Fuels via Artificial Photosynthesis or Electrolysis

SAN M01

Sensors, Actuators, and Microsystems General Session

SAN M02

Medical and Point-of-Care Sensors

SAN Z01

General Society Student Poster Session

SAN Z02

Nanotechnology General Session featuring Nanoscale Luminescent Materials 4

SAN B04

Endofullerenes and Carbon Nanocapsules

SAN I03

Hydrogen and Oxygen Evolution Catalysis for Water Electrolysis 2

SAN B05

Fullerenes - Chemical Functionalization, Electron Transfer, and Theory

SAN I04

Mechano-Electro-Chemical Coupling in Energy Related Materials and Devices 2

SAN Z03

Grand Challenges in Energy Conversion and Storage

SAN B06

Graphene and Beyond: 2D Materials

SAN I05

Heterogeneous Functional Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage

SAN Z05

Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing

SAN Z06

Modeling: From Elucidation of Physical Phenomena to Applications in Design

SAN B07

Inorganic/Organic Nanohybrids for Energy Conversion

SAN B08

Porphyrins, Phthalocyanines, and Supramolecular Assemblies

SAN K01

12th Manuel M. Baizer Memorial Symposium on Organic Electrochemistry

Ordering Information To order any of these recently-published titles, please visit the ECS Digital Library, http://ecsdl.org/ECST/ Email: customerservice@electrochem.org

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Featured Events Sunday, October 2

Tuesday, October 4

0700h ������ Registration Opens / Hall 2 Foyer, HCC 0740h ��������Technical Sessions (Check Technical Program for exact time) 0800h ������ Short Course Breakfast** / 306AB, HCC 0900h ������ Short Courses Begin ** 0955h ������ A03 Plenary Session: 25th Silver Anniversary of LithiumIon Batteries / Ballroom A, HCC 1245h ������ A03 Plenary Session: 25th Silver Anniversary of LithiumIon Batteries / Ballroom A, HCC 1400h ������ PDW: Essential Elements for Employment Success / 307B 1600h ������ Electrochemical Energy Summit (E2S) - Recent Progress in Renewable Energy Generation, Distribution, and Storage / Ballroom BC, HCC 1730h ������ Electrochemical Energy Summit (E2S) - Poster Session / Ballroom BC, HCC 1800h ������ Sunday Evening Get-Together / Ballroom Foyer, HCC 2000h ������ Battery Anniversary Reception / Ballroom A, HCC

0700h ������ Registration Opens / Sapphire West Foyer 0740h ��������Technical Sessions (Check Technical Program for exact time) 0800h ������ PDW: Part 2 | Resume Review / 323A, HCC 0930h ������ Technical Session Coffee Break / Hall 2, HCC 1300h ����� Technical Exhibit Opens / Hall 2, HCC 1800h ������ Technical Exhibit and General and Student Poster Session / Hall 2, HCC

Monday, October 3 0630h ������ Free the Science 5K Run* / Lagoon, HHV 0700h ������ Registration Opens / Hall 2 Foyer, HCC 0700h ������ Session Chair and Symposium Organizer Orientation Breakfast / Ballroom A, HCC 0730h ������ Technical Sessions Begin (Check Technical Program for exact time) 0800h ������ PAR Solartron Breakfast Presentation* / TK 0800h ������ PDW: Essential Elements for Employment Success / 307B, HCC 0930h ������ Technical Session Coffee Break / Hall 2 Foyer, HCC 1200h ������ PDW: Part 2 | Resume Review / 307B, HCC 1700h ������ Plenary Session / Ballroom ABC, HCC 1900h ������ Student Mixer / Tapa Ballroom 3, HHV*

Wednesday, October 5 0700h ������ Registration Opens / Hall 2 Foyer, HCC 0740h ��������Technical Sessions (Check Technical Program for exact time) 0800h ������ PDW: Part 2 | Resume Review / 323A, HCC 0900h ������ Technical Exhibit / Hall 2, HCC 0930h ������ Technical Session Coffee Break / Hall 2, HCC 1530h ������ Panel of Professionals / 323A, HCC 1800h ������� Technical Exhibit and General Poster Session / Hall 2, HCC 1815h ������ Z01 Student Poster Award Presentation / Hall 2, HCC 1930h ������ C02 Reception in honor of Masahiro Seo / 326B, HCC

Thursday, October 6 0700h ������ Registration Opens / Hall 2 Foyer, HCC 0740h ��������Technical Sessions (Check Technical Program for exact time) 0900h ������ Technical Exhibit / Hall 2, HCC 0930h ������ Technical Sessions Coffee Break / Hall 2, HCC 1830h ������ ECS Max Bredig Award in Molten Salt Chemistry Address & Banquet* / Honolulu Suite 2&3, HHV Sponsored by: Sumitomo Electric Industries, Sumitomo Metal Mining Company, Kanto Chemical Co., INC and KOEI Chemical Company

1830h ������ PRiME 2016 Luau* / Great Lawn, HHV *Ticket required to attend, see page 27 for more information. ** Pre-registration is required. Visit registration for more information.

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Division Events Battery Division Sunday, October 2 1600-1900h ���������Executive Committee & Symposium Planning Subcommittee / 308B, HCC 2000-2200h ���������25th Anniversary Reception / Ballroom A, HCC Tuesday, October 4 1215-1400h ���������Division Luncheon and Business Meeting* / Tapa Ballroom 3, HHV Wednesday, October 5 1900-1945h ���������Division Award Reception / Honolulu Suite 3, HHV

Corrosion Division Sunday, October 2 1730-1930h ���������Executive Committee / 325B, HCC Tuesday, October 4 1215-1400h ���������Division Luncheon and Business Meeting */ Honolulu Suite 1, HHV 1800-1900h ���������Award Reception* / 305A, HCC

Dielectric Science &Technology Division Sunday, October 2 1700-2000h ���������Symposium Planning / 305B, HCC

Electrodeposition Division Monday, October 3 1900-2100h ���������Executive Committee / Iolani Suite 7, HHV

Electronics & Photonics Division Sunday, October 2 1600-1700h ���������Symposium Planning / 305A, HCC 2000-2200h ���������Executive Committee / Iolani Suite 1&2, HHV

High Temperature Materials Division Monday, October 3 0700-0900h ���������Executive Committee / Honolulu Suite 2, HHV Tuesday, October 4 1215-1400h ���������Division Luncheon and Business Meeting* / Honolulu Suite 2, HHV

Industrial Electrochemistry & Electrochemical Engineering Division Monday, October 3 0700-0900h ���������Executive Committee / Honolulu Suite 3, HHV

Luminescence & Display Materials Division Monday, October 3 1800-2000h ���������Reception and General Business Meeting / 305B, HCC

Physical & Analytical Electrochemistry Division Sunday, October 2 1700-2000h ���������Symposium Planning Committee / 307A, HCC Monday, October 3 0700-0900h ���������Executive Committee / Iolani Suite 2, HHV Thursday, October 6 1830-2100h ���������ECS Max Bredig Award in Molten Salt Chemistry Address & Banquet* / Honolulu Suite 2&3, HHV Sponsored by: Sumitomo Electric Industries, Sumitomo Metal Mining Company, Kanto Chemical Co., INC and KOEI Chemical Company

Sensor Division Sunday, October 2 1800-2000h ���������Executive Committee / 309, HCC Tuesday, October 4 1215-1400h ���������Division Luncheon and Business Meeting* / Honolulu Suite 3, HHV *Ticket required to attend, see page 27 for more information

Sunday, October 2 1600-1700h ���������Interface Advisory Board / Iolani Suite 7, HHV

Monday, October 3 0800-1000h ���������Joint Journal Editorial Boards / Honolulu Suite 1, HHV 1300-1430h ���������Education Committee / Iolani Suite 5, HHV 1330-1500h ���������ECS Transactions Editorial Board / Honolulu Suite 2, HHV 1500-1700h ���������Nominating Committee / Iolani Suite 3, HHV 1500-1600h ���������Interdisciplinary Science & Technology Subcommittee / Iolani Suite 7, HHV 1500-1630h ���������Individual Membership Committee with Division & Section Representatives / Honolulu Suite 1, HHV

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Tuesday, October 4 0700-0930h ���������Symposium Planning Advisory Board / Tapa Ballroom 3, HHV 0730-0930h ���������Council of Past Presidents / Iolani Suite 2, HHV 0930-1130h ����������Publications Subcommittee / Honolulu Suite 1, HHV 1400-1600h ���������Meetings Subcommittee / Iolani Suite 3, HHV 1600-1800h ���������Honors and Awards Committee / Iolani Suite 5, HHV

Wednesday, October 5 0700-1000h ���������Technical Affairs Committee / Honolulu Suite 1, HHV

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Tuesday, October 4 Battery Division Luncheon and Business Meeting........................ $70.00 Corrosion Division Luncheon and Business Meeting................... $70.00 Corrosion Division Award Reception............................................. $40.00 High Temperature Materials Division Luncheon and Business Meeting.................................................... $70.00 Sensor Division Luncheon and Business Meeting......................... $70.00

Wednesday, October 5 Batter Division Award Reception.................................................... $20.00 Electrodeposition Division Luncheon and Business Meeting....... $70.00

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Electrochemical Energy Summit 2016

Recent Progress in Renewable Energy Generation, Distribution, and Storage When: October 2, 2016

Where: Ballroom B and C | Hawaii Convention Center Followed by the Sunday Evening Get Together The International Electrochemical Energy Summit (E2S) brings together policy makers and researchers to educate attendees about the critical issues of energy needs and the pivotal research in electrochemical energy that can address societal needs. The 6th E2S Summit is designed to facilitate interactions and foster exchange between leading policy makers, researchers, and energy experts about society needs and technological energy solutions through a variety of formats: keynote presentations, poster sessions, networking opportunities and associated receptions. With population growth and industrialization, global energy needs continue to grow as well. Economic, political, and environmental issues are largely dictated by energy needs. The sixth international ECS Electrochemical Energy Summit (E2S) will be focused around Recent Progress in Renewable Energy Generation, Distribution and Storage. The program on Sunday will include keynote presentations and remarks from DOE, NEDO, KIER, and the Hawaii State Energy Office followed by a poster session showcasing research, advancements or technologies within the clean energy and applicable works within Recent Progress in Renewable Energy Generation, Distribution and Storage.

CHAIR Boryann Liaw, Hawaii Natural Energy Institute

ORGANIZERS Adam Weber, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Hiroyuki Uchida, University of Yamanashi Won-Sub Yoon, Sungkyungkwan University Mark Glick, Hawaii State Energy Administrator

KEY PARTICIPANTS Mark Glick Administrator, Hawaii State Energy Office Hawaii Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism Electrochemical Energy Summit Moderator

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Mark Glick is Administrator of the Hawaii State Energy Office, a post he has held since October of 2011. As Administrator, Glick leads Hawaii’s internationally acclaimed clean energy transformation and innovation efforts. Some highlights of his tenure include passage of the nation’s first 100 percent renewable portfolio standard (RPS), exceeding Hawaii’s interim 2015 targets for Hawaii’s RPS and energy efficiency portfolio standard, and leading the nation for four consecutive years in the per capita value of energy savings performance contracts. Glick served as senior advisor to the Texas Land Commissioner from 1987 to 1991, when he played a decisive role in passage of amendments to the Texas Clean Air Act and similar provisions in the federal Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990. For the next decade, Glick was a successful small business owner focused on reducing urban air pollution in the U.S. and abroad in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Energy, the Gas Research Institute, Petrobangla, Southern California Gas Company, Pacific Gas & Electric, Transco, Southern Union Gas Company and the New York City Department of Transportation. Returning to the public sector in 2003, Glick headed operations and economic development for the Office of Hawaiian Affairs from 2003 to 2010. Glick is Vice Chair of the Hawaii Green Infrastructure Authority and serves on the Boards of the National Association of State Energy Officers, the Washington Place Foundation, and previously as three-term Chair of the Executive Committee of the Hawaii Chapter of the Sierra Club. Glick has a Master of Science, Public Management & Policy from Carnegie-Mellon University and a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from Lamar University. 28

Robert K. Dixon Director Office of Strategic Programs, U.S. Department of Energy Electrochemical Energy Summit Speaker Robert K. Dixon is currently Director, Office of Strategic Programs, US Department of Energy. From 2008-2015 he was a team leader at the Global Environment Facility, The World Bank Group. Dr. Dixon directed a multi-billion dollar program of investments in climate change mitigation, climate change adaptation and other global environmental protection activities. In 2007-2008 he was Senior Coordinator, White House Task Force on Energy Security and Climate Change, National Security Council, Executive Office of the U.S. President, in 2007-2008. Dr. Dixon was responsible for the Major Economies Climate Change Negotiation Process and contributor to the 2007 Energy Security Act. He was Head, Energy Technology Policy Division, International Energy Agency, Paris, France, in 20052007. In 2007, Dr. Dixon and other members of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. He served as Associate Director for International Affairs, Council on Environmental Quality, Executive Office of the U.S. President in 2004-2005. Dr. Dixon addressed a range of international energy, natural resources, health and environment issues at the White House. He was Executive Director, International Partnership for the Hydrogen Economy, Washington, DC, in 2003-2004. In 2004 the U.S. President honored Dixon with the U.S. government Senior Executive Service Gold Award for service to the nation. Dr. Dixon served as U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Deputy Assistant Secretary for Power Technologies, 1999-2002. Prior to serving as Deputy Assistant Secretary he was appointed to several other leadership positions at DOE. Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


Electrochemical Energy Summit 2016 He led two U.S. Presidential Initiatives from 1992-1998: the U.S. Country Studies Program and the U.S. Initiative on Joint Implementation to advance the strategic goals of the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change (FCCC). Dixon has been a member of the U.S. negotiating team for the U.N. FCCC since 1990-2008. He has also served in a variety of senior U.S. diplomatic assignments and lived in seven countries during his career. In 1989, Dixon joined the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Office of Research and Development as a Senior Scientist to support the Clean Air Act and Amendments. In 1991, Dixon was seconded to the EPA Policy Office to support the Administrator and the Executive Office of the U.S. President in preparation for the 1992 U.N. Conference on Environment and Development (Earth Summit). He was awarded the EPA bronze medal for his contributions. The U.S. Agency for International Development (AID) employed Dixon in 1986 to manage energy science and policy programs in Asia. During this period Dr. Dixon led energy policy reform efforts in 11 countries. Dixon has led or developed energy and environment projects for bilateral (e.g., USDA, NASA) and multilateral (e.g., UNDP, World Bank, UNEP) organizations in over 180 countries worldwide (1982 to present). Dr. Dixon is co-founder Plant Health Care, Inc. (1987). Plant Health Care, Inc., a biotechnology research and development firm, markets or licenses processes and products in all 50 U.S. states and more than 30 foreign countries. Dixon started his career in the early 1980s with the Allied Corporation and managed a large-scale research, development and technology deployment program for four years. He is the co-author of two U.S. patents. Dr. Dixon earned his B.S, M.S. (1979) and Ph.D. (1982) degrees from the University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri. He was a tenured faculty member at the University of Minnesota and Auburn University from 1982 to 1989. Dr. Dixon was awarded an Exxon Fellowship in 1984 and a Smithsonian Fellowship in 1985. He also served as a Visiting Professor at Oxford University, United Kingdom, Humboldt University, Germany, Delhi University, India, and Kasetsart University, Thailand. Dixon is editor, author or coauthor of over a dozen books and over 125 scholarly journal articles on energy and environment science and policy topics. Dr. Dixon lectures at the Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced and International Studies (SAIS), Columbia University and Georgetown University. He has been an advisor to the International Foundation for Science, CARE and other philanthropic organizations. He also has been a consultant and contributor to the U.S. National Academy of Science and the U.S. National Academy of Engineering activities during the past 10 years. He was a consultant to the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), Executive Office of the US President, during the mid 1980s. Eiji Ohira Director Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technology Group, New Energy Technology Dept., New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) The Electrochemical Energy Summit Speaker Eiji Ohira studied Electrochemistry at the Tokyo University of Science and joined to the New Energy and Technology Development Organization (NEDO) in 1992.He was dispatched to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology as a visiting scholar in 1997. In July 2011, he became Project Manager for NEDO’s energy storage technology R&D program. Since April 2013, he has been Project Manager for NEDO’s hydrogen and fuel cell technology R&D program.

Won-Yong Lee is Principal Researcher at the Korea Institute of Energy Research. Won-Yong Lee was born in Seoul, Korea on 3 April 1960. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from HanKuk Aviation College in 1983 and received his M.D. in 1985 and Ph.D. in mechanical engineering in 1991 from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST). He was a postdoctoral researcher at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA in 1994. As an engineering researcher at KIER since 1985, Dr. Lee has developed Small hydro power plants, Organic Rankin Cycle Systems for low temperature heat recovery, fault detection and diagnosis schemes for energy systems with NIST, fuel cell systems for residential, portable, and transportation applications and renewable energy hybrid systems. His professional interests has focused on new and renewable energy generation systems. In 2015, he served as Director of the New and Renewable Energy Division at the Korea Institute of Energy Research. In 2008, he was appointed as Director of the Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Division at the Korea Institute of Energy Research. He also served as Chief of the Fuel Cell Research Center of Excellence at KIER from 2004 to 2009. As Chief, he focused on the development and commercialization of fuel cell systems, especially residential fuel cell systems, and established the fuel cell test and evaluation center. From Feb. 2013 to Oct. 2014, Dr. Lee worked as Chief Representative in KIER’s Washington office and Senior Fellow at the Global America Business Institute (GABI) in Washington, DC. Dr. Lee served as a Program Director for the Korea Institute of Energy Technology Evaluation and Planning (KETEP), Ministry of Knowledge Economy (MKE) in Korea from Mar. 2009 to Feb. 2013. At KETEP, Dr. Lee led planning and evaluation of strategic projects on new and renewable energy technologies. He was in charge of the technical committee and the planning committee of hydrogen, fuel cell development. He was a vice president (2014-2016) and has been a board member of the Korea Society of New and Renewable Energy from 2009. He has served as a committee and advisory member on new and renewable energy technologies for the Korean Government. He has published 86 technical papers, holds 88 patents, and has presented more than 300 papers at various workshops and conferences with his staff.

PROGRAM Please note, the E2S talks are tagged within the technical program beginning on page 80, the full technical program can also be viewed online, and within the meeting scheduler. 1600h �������������������������������������������� Welcome and Opening Remarks 1620h...................... DOE’s Efforts to Accelerate Federally-Funded Technology to the Marketplace by R. K. Dixon (U.S. Department of Energy) 1640h.................. Japan’s Policy and Activity on Hydrogen Energy by E. Ohira (New Energy & Industrial Tech Development Organization) 1700h........................ Recent Trend in New and Renewable Energy Generation in Korea and KIER’s R&D Activities by W. Y. Lee (Korea Institute of Energy Research) 1720h ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Q&A 1730h.............................Closing Remarks & Poster Session Begins

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Plenary & Society Awards

PRiME 2016 Plenary Session

Join us for the PRiME 2016 Plenary When: Monday, 1700h

Where: Ballroom ABC, Hawaii Convention Center The Plenary Session is a high profile session where participants from every symposium are welcome to come together to recognize some of the greatest minds in the field. The presidents of ECS, ECSJ, and KECS will welcome guests to Honolulu and introduce the highly anticipated lecturer Michael Graetzel and his talk, “Photoelectrochemical Cells for the Generation of Electricity and Fuels from Sunlight.” ECS Society Award Recipients include Shirley Meng who will receive the Charles W. Tobias Young Investigator Award, Barry Miller who will receive the Edward Goodrich Acheson Award and Dennis Hess who will be acknowledged as an Honorary Member.

The 2016 Class of Fellow of The Electrochemical Society will be recognized for their contributions to the advancement of science and technology, for leadership in electrochemical and solid state science and technology, and for active participation in the affairs of The Electrochemical Society. Don’t miss the opportunity to honor and support your friends and colleagues, who have made distinguished achievements in the field. Also, be sure to add the Society, Division and Section award winners' talks to your agenda, they are scheduled in various symposia throughout the week.

Photoelectrochemical Cells for the Generation of Electricity and Fuels from Sunlight by Michael Graetzel Michael Graetzel is a pioneer in the field of energy and electron transfer reactions in mesoscopic systems and their use in energy conversion. His work has focused on the storage of electric power in lithium ion batteries, photovoltaic cells and photoelectrochemical devices for the splitting of water into hydrogen and oxygen, and the development of mesoscopic systems that generate electricity and fuels from sunlight. Graetzel graduated with a doctoral degree in natural science for the Technical University of Berlin in 1971 and is currently the professor of physical chemistry at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, where he directs the Laboratory of Photonics and Interfaces.

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With over 1,200 publications and around 180,000 citations, Graetzel is one of the three most highly cited chemists in the world. His recent awards include King Faisal International Science Prize, Samson Prime Minister’s Prize for Innovation in Alternative Fuels, Benoist Prize, Albert Einstein World Award of Science, Paul Karrer Gold Medal, Millennium Technology Grand Prize, and the Balzan Prize. Graetzel is a member of several learned societies and holds 10 honorary doctor’s degrees from European and Asian Universities. His lecture will describe research on mesoscopic photosystems for the generation of fuels and electricity from sunlight.

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PRiME 2016 Plenary Session

The awards being presented during the Plenary Session are the Charles W. Tobias Young Investigator Award to Shirley Meng, the Edward Goodrich Acheson Award to Barry Miller, the Norman Hackerman Young Author Award to Trevor Braun, Bruce Deal and Andy Grove Young Author Award to Kohei Shima, the 2016 Outstanding Student Chapter Award to the University of South Carolina and Honorary Member to Dennis Hess.

ECS Charles W. Tobias Young Investigator Award Tuesday, Oct. 4 | 0820-0900h | 317 A, HCC Advanced Materials Diagnosis and Characterization for Enabling High Energy Long Life Rechargeable Batteries by Y. S. MengY. Y. Shirley Meng is the Associate Professor of NanoEngineering at the University of California, San Diego. Her cutting-edge work focuses on the direct integration of experimental techniques with first principles computation modeling for developing new intercalation compounds for electrochemical energy storage. Meng received her PhD in Advanced Materials for Micro & Nano Systems from the Singapore-MIT Alliance in 2005. Since then, she has founded the Sustainable Power and Energy Center, which consists of faculty members from interdisciplinary fields that focus on making breakthroughs in energy generation, storage, and the accompanying integration-management systems. She is also the principle investigator of the research group called Laboratory for Energy Storage and Conversion (LESC). The more recent programs include the design, synthesis, processing, and operando characterization of electrode materials in advanced rechargeable batteries; novel intercalation materials for sodium ion batteries; and advanced flow batteries for grids large scale storage. Meng is the author and co-author of more than 100 peer-reviewed journal articles, one book chapter, and two patents.

Edward Goodrich Acheson Award Awarded to B. Miller Barry Miller served as President of ECS (1997-1998) and as Editor of the Journal of The Electrochemical Society (1990-1995). He is a graduate of Princeton University (AB, 1955) and MIT (PhD, 1959). Throughout his career, Miller has held positions at Harvard University (1959-1962), AT&T Bell Laboratories (1962-1993), and Case Western University (1993-2000) – where he has held the title of Emeritus Professor since his retirement in 2000.

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Miller has been highly involved with ECS over the years: from his position on the Board of Directors, to leadership within the Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division, to co-organizing various Society symposia. Outside of ECS, Miller has served as President of the Society for Electroanalytical Chemistry, Chair of the Gordon Conference on Electrochemistry, Associate Member of the IUPAC Commission of Electrochemistry, and as National Secretary of the International Society of Electrochemistry. Additionally, he has been a member of U.S. Government Panels including the Panel on the U.S. Advanced Battery Consortium of the National Research Council and the Cold Fusion Panel of the Department of Energy. He has been awarded the David C. Grahame Award from the ECS PAED Division (1991), Fellow of the Electrochemical Society (1992), Charles N. Reilley Award from the Society of Electroanalytical Chemistry (1994), Honorary Member of the ECS (1999), and the Ernest B. Yeager Award of the Cleveland Section of the ECS (2004).

Honorary Member Awarded to D. Hess Dennis W. Hess is the Thomas C. DeLoach Jr., Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology. Over the course of his career, Hess has focused his impactful research on thin films, surfaces, interfaces, and plasma processing. Previously, Hess was Supervisor of Process Development at Fairchild Semiconductor (1973-1977) where he worked with Bruce Deal. He then joined the University of California, Berkeley in 1977, eventually becoming the Assistant Dean of the College of Chemistry and Vice Chair of the ChE Department. Hess then served as the Chair of the Chemical Engineering Department at Lehigh University before obtaining his current position in 1996. Hess has served on various editorial boards, including the ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology (2012-present), Electrochemical and Solid-State Letters (2004-2012), and Chemistry Materials (1988-1996). He was President of ECS from 1996-1997. Hess has been presented with many awards throughout his career, including the ECS Edward Goodrich Acheson and Henry B. Linford Distinguished Teaching Awards and AlChE’s Charles M.A. Stine Award. He holds Fellow status in the following professional societies: ACS, AAAS, AlChE, and ECS. (continued on next page)

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Bruce Deal & Andy Grove Young Author Award Comparative Study on Cu-CVD Nucleation Using Ă&#x;-diketonato and Amidinato Precursors for Sub-10-nm-Thick Continuous Film Growth by K. Shima Kohei Shima was born in Wakayama Prefecture, Japan. His academic career began at the University of Tokyo, where he received his BS and MS degrees in materials engineering in 2011 and 2013, respectively. During that time, his research focused on developing and characterizing new CVD/ ALD-based Cu(Mn)/Co(W) interconnect systems for next-generation tiny Cu interconnects. Currently, Shima is working toward a PhD in materials engineering at the University of Tokyo. His current research interests include process design and development to fabricate SiC/SiC ceramics matrix composites using chemical vapor infiltration (CVI). He has been conducting research to reveal the SiC-CVI surface reaction mechanism by utilizing trench-patterned structures. For this purpose, he has developed a new type of CVD test structure with ultra-high aspect-ratio microtrenches. Shima is a member of the Japan Society of Applied Physics (JSAP) and the Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan (SCEJ).

Norman Hackerman Youth Author Award Localized Electrodeposition and Patterning Using Bipolar Electrochemistry by T. M. Braun Trevor M. Braun received his PhD in chemical engineering in 2016 from the University of Washington, performing research in the Electrochemical Materials & Interfaces Laboratory under the supervision of Daniel T. Schwartz. Braun’s research efforts include both computational and experimental design for local bipolar electrochemistry on conductive substrates without direct electrical connections. While at the University of Washington, he was awarded a GAANN fellowship from the Department of Education and received a departmental Outstanding Teaching Assistant award voted on by undergraduate students. Prior to graduate school, Trevor received his BS in chemical engineering at the Colorado School of Mines in 2011, where he was a four-year NCAA DII collegiate soccer athlete. Trevor was awarded a National Research Council Research Associateship Program Postdoctoral Fellowship in 2016 to continue research in the field of electrodeposition under the supervision of Tom Moffat at the National Institute for Standards and Technology, where he currently works. His broader research interests include bipolar electrochemistry for indirect deposition of materials, scanning probe electrochemical methods, characterization of electrodeposited thin films, and electrochemical additive manufacturing.

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ECS Division & Section Awards Congratulations to this prestigious group of award winners! Be sure to add the Division and Section award winners' talks to your calendar, they are scheduled in various symposia throughout the week.

Europe Section Alessandro Volta Medal Monday, Oct. 3 | 0920h | 322 A Alzheimer Disease and Oxidative Stress: Thou Shalt not Breathe nor Think! by C. Amatore

Luminescence and Display Materials Division Centennial Outstanding Achievement Award

Tuesday, Oct. 4 | 0910-0950h | 305 B, HCC Self-terminated Electrodeposition – A New Way for Growing Metal Thin Films by Y. Liu Yihua Liu has been working in the interdisciplinary research areas of electrochemistry and materials science since his undergraduate and graduate studies at State University of New York in Binghamton. Joining a team of researchers at Nikolay Dimitrov’s laboratory, he investigated ways of mitigating incorporation of organic additives in copper electrodeposits after demonstrating that their presence could cause void formation at copper-solder joints. His passion for electrodeposition took him to National Institute of Standards and Technology, where working with Thomas Moffat, they discovered that a century-old electrodeposition method, with a new twist, could be implemented to grow high-quality, ultrathin Pt and Ir films, adding a versatile tool to catalyst design and engineering. Currently, he continues his research in electrodeposition and catalysis at Argonne National Lab. His works on Pt and Ir electrodeposition have resulted in the filing of two U.S patents. He has published approximately 20 peerreviewed articles.

High Temperature Materials Division Outstanding Achievement Award Tuesday, Oct. 4 | 1400-1440h | 301 B, HCC A Country Boy Finds Materials Science

Tuesday, Oct. 4 | 0805-0905h | 318 B, HCC An Investigation of New Sources of Visible Light by B. Di Bartolo Baldassare Di Bartolo is a Professor of Physics at Boston College, Chestnut Hill. His current research interests include solid state spectroscopy, flash photolysis and molecular spectroscopy, photoacoustics, femtospectroscopy, and nano-spectroscopy. After extensive education in industrial engineering, Di Bartolo began his career at the Microlambda Company in 1953, where he began his work in the field of microwave components, while simultaneously teaching courses on information theory at the Istituto Universitario Navale. Di Bartolo accepted positions at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (where he originally served as a Fulbright scholar and a visiting Fellow in the Department of Physics) and the Université Claude Bernard. Since September 1973, Di Bartolo has been Director of the International School of Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy of the “Ettore Majorana” International Centre for Scientific Culture; in this capacity he has directed thirty “Summer Schools.”

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by H. U. Anderson Harlan U. Anderson’s research in insulating and conducting oxides has led to his recognition among the scientific community as one of the world’s leading authorities on electronic ceramics, solid oxide fuel cells, and oxygen separation. In his nearly 40-year teaching career, he has advised more than 70 MS and PhD students. His outstanding work in academia gained him the Curators’ Professor honor in 1988, which is the highest research honor at Missouri University. Anderson joined the American Ceramic Society in 1978, where he later was named Fellow in 1992, and became Senior Editor of their journal in 1999. The National Institute of Ceramic Engineers selected him to present the Arthur L. Friedberg Memorial Lecture in 2008. He received the John Jeppson Award from ACS in 2014. Prior to joining the staff at Missouri University in 1970, he held positions at the Sprague Electric Company and the Oregon Graduate Center. Anderson is currently retired and has expanded his lifetime interests in outdoor related activities. (continued on page 37)

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Christian Amatore gave molecular electrochemistry new direction, utilizing new concepts and tools to allow the discipline to overflow its traditional fields to face major problems in organic and inorganic chemistry, organometallic, and even biology. Amatore has had a pioneering role in the development of ultramicroelectrodes worldwide. His research involves the development of advanced electrochemical methods for investigating extremely complex mechanisms of organic and organometallic chemistry under the very conditions used by synthetic chemists as well as for the study of important biological mechanisms at the single cell level. Amatore’s activity in molecular kinetics is best illustrated by the rationalization of electron transfer catalysis, electron transfer activation of molecules, and more recently, by a thorough series of works relative to the elucidation of the most important mechanistic aspects of catalysis by homogeneous palladium complexes, an extremely active area in today’s catalysis for carboncarbon bond making in fine chemical industry. Amatore has received many honors and awards in the scientific community, including France’s CNRS Silver Medal, The Society for Electroanalytical Chemistry’s Reilley Award, and Britain’s RSC Bourke Medal.

Electrodeposition Division Early Career Investigator Award


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PLENARY SESSION

Sunday, October 2, 2016

SCHEDULE

Ballroom A, HCC

0955h ���������Welcoming Remarks 1000h ���������Solid Electrolytes and Metallic Lithium Anodes J. B. Goodenough (The University of Texas at Austin) 1040h ���������The Introduction of Intercalation into Battery Science: 1968-1990 M. S. Whittingham (NECCES at Binghamton University) 1245h ���������Introductory Remarks 1250h ���������Reflections on the Evolution of Metal Oxide Cathodes for Li-Ion Batteries M. M. Thackeray (Argonne National Laboratory) 1330h ���������Reactions in Lithium Ion Batteries - Focusing on Interfacial Li+ Transfer Z. Ogumi (Office of Society-Academia Collaboration for Innovation) 14:10h ���������Break 1430h ���������25th Anniversary of Lithium Ion Batteries: Carbonaceous Anodes and More? M. Winter (Helmholtz-Institute Muenster, IEK-12 Juelich, MEET Battery Research Center, University of Muenster)

J. B. Goodenough

M. S. Whittingham

M. M. Thackeray

Z. Ogumi

M. Winter

COME JOIN US & CELEBRATE LI-ION TECHNOLOGY • Daylong Plenary Lectures • Evening Reception & Talk by Yoshio Nishi (SONY- retired) 36

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Corrosion Division H. H. Uhlig Award

Sensor Division Outstanding Achievement Award

Tuesday, Oct. 4 | 1400-1430h | 328, HCC

Wednesday, Oct. 5 | 1000-1100h | 306 B, HCC

Electrochemical Modeling of Intergranular Corrosion and Stress-Corrosion Cracking in AA5083-H131 by R. G. Kelly

Corrosion Division Morris Cohen Graduate Student Award Tuesday, Oct. 4 | 1430-1500h | 328 HCC In-situ Monitoring of Ultra-slow Oxide Growth on Copper by S. Hosseinpour Saman Hosseinpour was born in Iran where he finished his BA and MA degrees in material science and engineering with the focus on surface science. In 2006, he became a faculty member of the Department of Material Science at Azad University. He has previously worked on the first Iranian telecommunication satellite and in 2008 he received the International Khawrizmi’s Award (the most prestigious scientific award in the Middle East) and Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) prize for the research and development in the aircraft industry for a project entitled “Honeycomb seals for jet engines.” In 2009 he moved to Christofer Leygraf’s labs in the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Sweden to work on atmospheric corrosion of copper as a PhD student. After finishing his PhD in 2013 he moved to the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research in Germany as a postdoc researcher to work with Mischa Bonn and Ellen Backus on molecular aspects of water splitting on TiO2 using pump-probe vibrational sum frequency spectroscopy. Hosseinpour has presented his research in more than 20 journal papers and scientific conferences and authored three books in the fields of material science, surface engineering, and corrosion.

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by R. Mukundan Rangachary Mukundan is a member of the technical staff of the Sensors and Electrochemical Devices Group at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). His research interests include electrochemical gas sensors, fuel cells, and energy storage devices. Currently, he is leading several projects related to sensors and fuel cells funded by the Department of Energy. He was part of a LANL team that was awarded an R&D 100 award in 1999 for the development of sulfur resistant oxygen sensors. Mukundan’s work on sulfur tolerant anodes for fuel cells was recognized as Scientific American’s Top 50 Science and Technology Achievements for 2003. His work was also recognized by the J.B Wagner Award of the High Temperature Materials Division of ECS in 2005. He is the co-inventor on 6 U.S. patents and has authored over 125 papers including over 50 in peer-reviewed journals that have been cited over 4000 times. Mukundan is currently the technical editor in the area of Sensors and Measurement Sciences for the Journal of The Electrochemical Society.

Electrodeposition Division Research Award Wednesday, Oct. 5 | 1400-1440h | 305 A, HCC Using Liquid Metals for Advanced Electrodepositions by S. Maldonado Stephen Maldonado received his BS in chemistry from the University of Iowa in 2001 and a PhD in chemistry from the University of Texas at Austin in 2006. After two years as a postdoctoral fellow at The California Institute of Technology, Maldonado joined the faculty at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He is a board member of the Society of Electroanalytical Chemistry and received a National Science Foundation CAREER award in 2010. He was named a Sloan Research Fellow and received a Camille Dreyfus Teacher Scholar Award in 2013. Maldonado’s work on electrodeposition was recognized with a State of Michigan Governor’s Award in Green Chemistry in 2014. His group’s general research interests focus on electrochemical processes relevant to the fields of electronics and energy conversion/storage. (continued on next page)

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Robert G. Kelly is the AT&T Professor of Engineering and Co-Director of the Center for Electrochemical Science and Engineering at the University of Virginia. His work currently focuses on atmospheric localized corrosion, localized corrosion in marine Al alloys and multi-scale modeling of corrosion processes. With his research, he has rendered technical assistance to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and U.S. Department of Energy concerning the Yucca Mountain Project, the USAF Aging Aircraft Program, NASA Safety and Engineering Center, and the 9/11 Pentagon Memorial design team. Kelly has co-authored over 100 papers and supervised 20 PhD students as well as 18 MS students. He was selected as a recipient of the 1997 A.B. Campbell Award. He is a Fellow of ECS and NACE International. Kelly has won several teaching awards at the University of Virginia including the All University Teaching Award in 2004.

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Battery Division Technology Award

Battery Division Research Award Thursday, Oct. 6 | 1020-1100h | 313 C, HCC

Thursday, Oct. 6 | 0900-0940h | 313 C, HCC Activating Oxygen Chemistry for Energy Storage Some Directions for Performance Improvement of Li-Ion Batteries out of Usual Paths by D. Guyomard

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Dominique Guyomard is Director of Research at France’s Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique and the head of the Electrochemical Energy Storage and Transformation Team (EEST) at the Institut des Materiaux Jean Rouxel at Nantes. This team of approximately 50 scientists and 20 staff researchers gathers activities on batteries, moderate and high temperature fuels cells and electrolysers, and advanced spectroscopies and simulations. Guyomard’s expertise deals with basic and applied solid state electrochemistry and material and surface science, applied to the fields of Li-ion, Na-ion, Li metal polymer, and Li-S batteries. He serves as expert on energy storage in several national and international academic committees. He belongs to the advisory board of several international symposia, and is co-organizer of several national and international conferences. He is now President of the International Battery Association (IBA). He is recipient of the 2007 IBA Research Award, the 2008 French Academy of Science Award for Science Transfer to Industry, and the 2010 ECS Battery Division Research Award. He is co-author of more than 220 journal papers and 30 patents.

Battery Division Research Award Thursday, Oct. 6 | 0940-1020h | 313 C, HCC Aqueous Lithium-Air Batteries with Protected Lithium Electrode by N. Imanishi Nobuyuki Imanishi is a professor in the Department of Chemistry at Mie University in Japan. His career in industrial electrochemistry began in 1982 as an undergraduate student at Kyoto University, followed by a PhD from his alma mater in 1993. Imanishi joined Mie University in 1990, where he focuses on functional materials and electrochemistry, especially energy conversion and storage materials such as electrode materials for Li batteries and fuel cells, and solid-state electrolytes for those batteries. His recent research interests include the following two main topics: Li-air batteries and solid polymer Li-ion batteries. Throughout his career, Imanishi has published more than 300 papers and several book chapters. His research has been recognized by The Electrochemical Society of Japan through the Sano Award and the Award for Young Battery Researchers.

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by Y. Shao-Horn Yang Shao-Horn is currently the W.M. Keck Professor of Energy and Professor of Mechanical Engineering, at MIT’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering. Throughout her career, ShaoHorn has focused her research on the chemical physics of surfaces with emphasis on metal oxides, including oxide-solve interface in Libatteries, descriptors of catalytic activity, wetting properties and ion transport, and design materials and devices for solar fuel including water splitting, carbon dioxide reduction, and metal-oxygen redox chemistry. Shao-Horn’s research includes experimental components comprising synthesis of well-defined surfaces and nanostructured materials, and investigation of processes at the surfaces/interfaces using (electro) chemical methods coupled with ex situ and in situ X-ray-based and electron-based spectroscopy. Among her many honors, Shao-Horn has been awarded the ECS Charles Tobias Young Investigator Award, ISE’s Tajima Prize, Gail E. Kendall Professor of Mechanical Engineering, and AAAS Fellow. She has been ranked as a Highly Cited Researcher by Thomson Reuters, with just over 200 journal papers published. Shao-Horn has advised over 70 MS and PhD students.

Battery Division Student Research Award Thursday, Oct. 6 | 1100-1140h | 313 C, HCC Production and Characterization of Si Based Thin Films as Negative Electrodes For Secondary Lithium Ion Batteries by B. D. Polat Karahan Billur Deniz Polat Karahan’s academic career has revolved around the research of thin films. Upon obtaining her BA from Istanbul Technical University, Polat Karahan started her PhD at her alma mater in the university’s Advance Technology Program. During her PhD, she studied for six months at Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) where she produced thin films by electron beam evaporation and magnetron sputtering methods. Under the supervision of ANL’s Khalil Amine, she was able to characterize morphological, structural, and electrochemical performances of these films when used as negative electrodes. Currently, she is working to produce and characterize structured Si based thin film electrodes for LIBs. Aside from thin films, Polat Karahan has experience in electrochemical coatings, zinc alloy casting, and electrochemical testing methods. She has published 52 papers, 14 magazine articles, and co-authored two international books.

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ECS Division & Section Awards The Max Bredig Award In Molten Salts and Ionic Liquid Chemistry of thePhysical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division Thursday, Oct. 6 | 1340-1420h | 323 C, HCC Design and Electrochemical Application of Ionic Liquids Based on an Understanding of Their Nature

Watanabe’s recent research activity has been expanded to nanostructured materials, including block copolymer assembly in ionic liquids. He has published 340 research papers and 190 books and reviews on these topics. Among his many honors, Watanabe has received The Electrochemical Society of Japan’s (ECSJ) Award for Creative Work and its Takei Award, and Yokohama National University’s Distinguished Research Award. He served as President of the Ionic Liquid Research Association in Japan (2006-2010), Vice President of ESCJ (2012-2014), and Vice President of Japan’s Society of Polymer Science (2014-2016).

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Masayoshi Watanabe is currently a professor in Yokohama National University’s Department of Chemistry and Biotechnology. His work mainly concerns ionics and nanostructured materials. His leadership in these fields has led to the realization of key materials for the advancement of electrochemical devices which help support a sustainable society.

Technical Co-Sponsor Chinese Society of Electrochemistry The Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (CSE), was founded in the first Nation Electrochemical Conference, in 25th -26th June, 1988. More information can be found on its website: http://www.electrochemistry-china.net/ index.asp. The committee adopted the rotation Chairman system, which reappoints Chairmen every four years. The first batch of Chairmen consisted of professor Zhao-Wu Tian, professor Chuan-Sin Cha, and professor Hao-Qing Wu. The seventh batch of Chairmen is the current one, Professor Jun Chen and Professor Yong-Yao Xia. CSE organizes biennial regular academic conferences of China electrochemistry, i.e. National Conference on Electrochemistry (NCE). The first NCE was held in 1988, where only 16 delegates attended the meeting. In 2015, more than 2500 delegates coming from 240 institution attended the 18th NCE. The 19th NCE will be held in Shanghai from December 1, to 4, 2017. There is an international session paralleled with the national session organized by the Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (CSE) and the Electrochemical Society (ECS). Currently, CSE have 9 branches of: (1) Analysis Electrochemistry Branch, (2) Bioelectrochemistry Branch, (3) Chemical Power Source Branch, (4) Fuel Cell Branch, (5) Nanoelectrochemistry Branch, (6) Material-electrochemistry Branch, (7) Industrial and Organic Electrochemistry Branch, (8) Physical Electrochemistry Branch, (9) Photoelectrochemistry Branch. The CSE also established a series of Awards aiming at commending outstanding contributors in the electrochemical field, consisting of Electrochemical Achievement Award of China, Electrochemical Contribution Award of China, and Electrochemical Youth Award of China. The CSE has also set up cooperation and exchanges with international electrochemical communities, for example, International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE), and Electrochemical Society (ECS). The official journal of CSE, Journal of Electrochemistry, was founded in 1995, which is sponsored by the Chinese Chemical Society. Along these years, the journal mainly focuses on the electrochemical science and engineering in China. Professor ZhaoWu Tian served as the first editor-in-chief (1995-2010). Professor Shi-Gang Sun serves as the current editor-in-chief. The Editorial Office of the journal is located in Xiamen University, Xiamen, China. The Journal of Electrochemistry aims to timely report the new scientific and technological achievements/progresses in Chinese electrochemical researches, and also publishes contributions from all over the world. It publishes Communications, Articles, Reviews, and Research notes in Chinese or English. More information can be found on its website:http://electrochem.xmu.edu.cn/EN/volumn/home.shtml. Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

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2016 Class of ECS Fellows Fellow of The Electrochemical Society was established in 1989 for advanced individual technological contributions in the field of electrochemical and solid state science and technology. These members are being recognized at the Plenary for contributions to the advancement of science and technology, for leadership in electrochemical and solid state science and technology, and for active participation in the affairs of ECS.

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Nick Birbilis is currently the Woodside Innovation Chair at Monash University, where he is also the head of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering. His research focuses on understanding and control of corrosion of metals involved in applied projects spanning aerospace, biomedical, infrastructure, automotive, and defense. Throughout his research, Birbilis has made major contributions in the areas of aluminum and magnesium alloys (the light metals). More recently he has made several key contributions in elucidating the electrochemistry of magnesium, which is of important relevance in the context of light weighting, electrodes and energy applications. Birbilis has authored over 200 publications and is currently an Associate Editor for the journal Electrochimica Acta and Editor-inChief of Materials Degradation. He is also a Fellow of the National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE).

Jürgen Fleig is currently a professor at Technische Universität Wien. Prior to joining the university, Fleig was a scientist at Max Planck Institute of Solid State Research. His research efforts have focused on defects, ion motion and electrochemical reactions in solids, with emphasis on materials used in energy technology (fuel cells) and dielectrics or piezoelectrics. His work has led to the development of novel experimental tools for investigating ionic solids and fundamental contributions to the basic interpretation of impedance spectra in solid state systems and in understanding the kinetics of electrochemical reactions at gas/solid interfaces. Fleig has been recognized by the American Ceramic Society, International Society of Electrochemistry, and the Aventis Foundation. He has served on the editorial boards of several scientific journals and co-organized a number of symposia and conferences in the field of solid state ionics and solid state electrochemistry.

Bryan A. Chin began his scientific career at Westinghouse Hanford Company where he worked on the development of sensors and instrumentation for monitoring nuclear reactor cores. He then took that expertise to Auburn University, where he is in his 36th year of service and currently serves as The Breeden Professor of Engineering and Chairman of Materials of Engineering. Additionally, Chin is the Founder and Director of the Auburn University Detection and Food Safety Center. Chin’s current research interests include electrochemical sensors for food safety, quality, and security; agricultural production and processing; environmental monitoring and the detection of pesticide residuals; and medical applications. He has served as Secretary, Vice Chair, and Chair of the ECS Sensor Division and has organized and led many of the division’s symposia. Chin has authored or co-authored more than 280 publications and has been recognized for his work by organizations such as the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Russian Academy of Engineering Science.

John Bannister Goodenough was born in 1922, served in WWII, and obtained his PhD in physics from the University of Chicago (1952). Throughout his career, Goodenough established himself as an internationally prominent solid state scientist, widely recognized for his role in the development of the rechargeable Li-ion battery. Currently, he holds the Virginia H. Cockrell Centennial Chair of Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin, where he studies orbital ordering and crossover from localized to itinerant d electrons in solids and continues with development of components for electrochemical technologies. Goodenough is a member of the U.S. National Academies of Science and Engineering, as well as a foreign member of the Royal Society, England, and the National Societies of France, Spain, and India. Among other awards, he has received the Japan Prize (2001), the Presidential Enrico Fermi Award (2009), the National Medal of Science (2012), and the Stark Draper Prize of the National Academy of Engineering (2014).

Jeffrey W. Fergus is a professor of material engineering and Associate Dean for Program Assessment and Graduate Studies in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering at Auburn University. His current research interests are in materials for high temperature and electrochemical applications. Fergus’ work has applications in the development of chemical sensors for gases, such as carbon dioxide and water vapor; and constituents in molten metals, as in dissolved gasses and alloying elements. Additionally, Fergus has worked on materials for energy conversion and storage applications, including batteries, fuel cells, thermoelectric generators, and gas turbine engines. He is particularly interested in understanding and mitigating performance degradation, such as chromium poisoning in SOFCs and capacity fading in Li-ion batteries. Fergus has been involved in ECS through organizing symposia and serving on various committees. This includes leadership roles within the High Temperature Materials Division, the Education Committee and the Georgia Section, as well as in establishing the Auburn University Student Chapter. He currently serves as the Editor of ECS Transactions.

A. Robert Hillman has over 30 years of experience in the fields of electrochemistry and interfacial science. Within these fields, his research interests can be divided into the areas of interfacial characterisation, electroactive materials, thin films and the development of non-electrochemical techniques for surface analysis. Hillman is currently a professor at the University of Leicester. His research interests are in the field of interfacial electrochemistry, with particular focus on new materials and their use in surface modification. This involves development and application of in situ characterization techniques, including spectroscopies (from the X-ray to the infra-red region), optical and neutron reflectivity, and acoustic wave methods. The underlying goal is elucidation of molecular explanations – composition, structure and dynamics – for observed macroscopic interfacial behavior. Throughout his career, Hillman has been involved with many scientific societies. He has served the International Society of Electrochemistry in a number of roles, from UK National Secretary (1994-1998), Secretary General (1999-2005), Chair of the Scientific Meetings Committee (2006-07) to President (2009-2010).

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2016 Class of ECS Fellows Hiroshi Imahori is a professor at Kyoto University and a principal investigator at the university’s Institute for Integrated CellMaterial Sciences. His current research interests include artificial photosynthesis, organic photovoltaics, organic functional materials, and drug delivery systems. For his work, he has received the Japanese Photochemistry Association Prize (2004), Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Prize (2006), the Chemical Society of Japan Award for Creative Work (2006), the Tokyo Techno Forum 21 Gold Medal Prize (2007), the Osaka Science Prize (2007), and Japan National Institute of Science and Technology Policy Research Award (2007). To date, Imahori has written more than 280 original papers and 30 review articles. He has been actively involved in ECS affairs since 1996 and is currently Vice Chair of the Nanocarbons Division. He was a member of Advisory Board of Chem Sus Chem (20072015) and The Journal of Physical Chemistry (2009–2011). He is a Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Materials Chemistry A and a member of the Advisory Board of Materials Horizon and Applied Materials Today.

Bor Yann Liaw is the Manager of the Energy Storage and Advanced Vehicles Department at Idaho National Laboratory (INL). There, he oversees an R&D program on batteries and advanced vehicle evaluations. Prior to INL, Liaw held a position at the Hawaii Natural Energy Institute, where he focused on advanced power source systems for vehicle and energy storage applications. Liaw has been in the field of electric and hybrid vehicle evaluation and advanced battery diagnostics and prognostics for the past three decades. His major research activities comprise laboratory and real-life battery and vehicle testing, data collection and analysis, battery modeling and simulation, battery performance and life prediction, battery rapid charging technology development, and battery diagnoses and prognoses. Over the past two decades, Liaw has been involved in many professional organizations, including: ECS, International Society of Solid State Ionics, and the International Battery Association. He has co-authored more than 150 technical papers, seven book chapters, and eight patents and patent applications. He is currently the Associate Editor for the Journal of The Electrochemical Society. Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

spectroscopy. Mascher’s work has been continuously funded for more than 26 years by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, the Canada Foundation of Innovation, several federal and provincial Centres of Excellence, and industry. Mascher has supervised more than 60 PhD and Master’s students, has authored or co-authored close to 250 publications in refereed journals and conference proceedings, and has presented many invited lectures at international conferences and workshops. He is a member of the governing body of the Dielectric Science and Technology Division of ECS, and currently serves as the Vice Chair of Nano Ontario. Eddy Simoen is a Senior Researcher at IMEC, where he is currently involved in the study of defect and strain engineering in high-mobility and exitaxial substrates and defect studies in germanium and III-V compounds. His research interests cover the field of device physics and defect engineering in general, with particular emphasis on the study of low-frequency noise, low-temperature behavior and of radiation defects in semiconductor components and materials. In 2013, he was nominated part-time professor at the Ghent University in the study on the impact of defects on semiconductor devices. Since 2013 he also holds a Visiting Professor position at the Institute of Microelectronics in Beijing. In these fields, he has either authored or co-authored over 1,500 journal and conference papers, and 12 book chapters. Additionally, Simoen has organized many workshops and symposia. He is the lead organizer of the biannual High Purity Silicon Symposium at ECS meetings. Masahiro Watanabe started his research and teaching careers at Yamanashi University in 1968, where he constructed the Clean Energy Research Center and the Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center. Throughout his career, his work has focused on the most important and essential subjects for DMFC, PEFC, PAFC, SOFC and H2 production/purification from the viewpoints of the basic science and the applications. He has published his findings in over 350 journal articles and has obtained over 100 patents, proposing several novel concepts in bimetallic alloy catalysts such for fuel cell anodes and cathodes, which are now being used in commercialized co-generation systems and fuel cell vehicles. Among his honors, Watanabe has been awarded the Achievement Prize from Electrochemical Society of Japan, the Catalysis Society of Japan Award, Japan Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) Award, the International Partnership for the Hydrogen Economy Technical Achievement Award, and more. (continued on next page)

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Ram S. Katiyar is currently a Professor of Physics at the University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, where he has single-handedly established an Advanced Materials Research Laboratory – also known as SPECLAB -- for synthesizing nano-structured materials/films utilizing sol-gel, pulse laser deposition, and RF sputtering techniques; and characterizing them using Raman spectroscopy, x-ray diffraction, dielectric studies, and other nonspectroscopic techniques (electrical, magnetic, calorimetry, and surface microscopy). Among his most notable research, Katiyar has successfully designed a few novel room temperature multiferroics with magnetoelectric switching at small magnetic fields (< 1 Tesla) and having large magnetoelectric coefficients that may have commercial potential in nonvolatile memories and sensor applications. His immense contributions in the field are represented by his excellent publication record (over 900 articles) in reviewed scientific journals. He was awarded American Physical Society Fellow (2009) and Materials Research Society Fellow (2013), as recognition for his contributions in the area of applied materials science, especially in growth and characterization of ferroelectric thin films.

Peter Mascher is the William Sinclair Chair of Optoelectronics and Associate VicePresident, International Affairs at McMaster University. He leads active research groups involved in the fabrication and characterization of thin films for optoelectronic applications, the development and application of silicon-based nanostructures, and the characterization of defects in solids by positron annihilation


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Alan West joined the staff at Columbia University in 1992, where he is currently the Chair of the Department of Chemical Engineering and the Samuel Ruben-Peter G. Biele Professor of Electrochemistry. His research interests include electrodeposition, electrochemical sensors, batteries, and electrochemical synthesis. In addition to his academic studies, West has consulted and collaborated extensively within the industry. Previously, West studied under John Newman at the University of California, Berkeley, where he focused on the numerical simulation and theory of current distributions. He completed his postdoctoral studies at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, where his research focused on the electrochemical etching and polishing of metals. He has received the ECS Norman Hackerman Young Author Award, as well as the Society’s Electrodeposition Division Research Award. He is an author of a self-published text titled Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering: An Introduction which is intended for engineering students at the advanced undergraduate or beginning graduate level.

Technical Co-Sponsor

Semiconductor Physics Division of the Korean Physical Society

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It has been more than sixty years since the Korean Physical Society (KPS) was founded in 1952 during the Korean War. Since then, the KPS has dedicated itself to developing research in physics and to promoting the applications and the extension of such research and further contributed to the development of science. As a result, the KPS has progressed steadily to become one of the most influential academic societies in Korea which has now 11 divisions, 7 regional branches, and more than 6,300 active members. Semiconductor Physics Division of the KPS was founded in 1993 in order to promote and extend the scientific understanding and technological development on semiconductors. Now, the Semiconductor Physics Division of the KPS has about 650 members and been having an international biennial symposium, International Symposium on the Physics of Semiconductors and Applications (ISPSA) since 1982. This symposium covers all of semiconductor fields ranging from fundamental physics to the newest technologies and devices, such as graphenes, topological insulators, nano-bio devices, green energy technologies, etc.

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Exhibitors

Technical Exhibit The exhibitors at PRiME will showcase some of the greatest innovations in the industry including cutting edge instruments, materials, systems, publications, and software, as well as other products and services.

Where: The Exhibit Hall will be located in Hall 2 of the Hawaii Convention Center.

Exhibit Hours: Monday, October 3, 2016 1100-2200h................................................................................................................... Exhibitor Move-in Tuesday, October 4, 2016 1300-1600h....................................................................................................................Technical Exhibit 1800-2000h..........................................................Technical Exhibit, General & Student Poster Session Wednesday, October 5, 2016 0900-1400h....................................................................................................................Technical Exhibit 0930-1000h................................................................................................. Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall 1800-2000h........................................................................ Technical Exhibit & General Poster Session Thursday, October 6, 2016 0900-1200h....................................................................................................................Technical Exhibit 0930-1000h................................................................................................. Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall 1200-1600h................................................................................................ Technical Exhibit Tear Down

Exhibitors ALS Co.,Ltd Booth 306

Katsunobu Yamamoto Yamamoto@bas.co.jp 1-28-12, Mukojima Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-0033 +81.3.3624.0331 Japan www.als-japan.com

ALS provides researchers with a wide range of products for electrochemistry and spectroelectrochemistry applications, including Bi-Potentiostat (Model 2325), Ring-Disk Electrode apparatus (RRDE3A), Spectrometer Systems (SEC2000) and Faraday cage (CS-3A). We also dealing with various kinds of Spectroelectrochemical cells (SEC-C/SEC-2F), Quartz Crystal Microbalances cell/Quartz crystal (QCM/EQCM) and Electrodes/Accessories for EC measurement same as their related items.

Booths 214 & 216

David Carey david.carey@bio-logic.us 9050 Executive Park Drive, Suite 100C Knoxville, TN 37923 1.865.769.3800 USA www.bio-logic.net

Bio-Logic is the exclusive provider of EC-Lab electrochemical instruments. The EC-Lab family of products includes modular single-channel (SP-50/150/200/300) and multi-channel (VSP/ VMP3/VSP-300/VMP-300) potentiostats/galvanostats, High current potentiostats (HCP-803/1005) and easy to use software. Additionally, Bio-Logic offers a complete line of electrochemical accessories, including cells, electrodes, and ancillary instruments. Bio-Logic is also the provider of BT-Lab line of battery cyclers (MPG-2xx and BCS-8XX families), the SCAN-Lab line of localized electrochemical Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

Dioxide Materials Booth 105

Maria Gainer Maria.gainer@dioxidematerials.com 3998 FAU Blvd., Suite 300 Boca Raton, FL 33431 1.561.613.1991 USA www.dioxidematerials.com

Dioxide Materials™ is displaying Sustainion™ anion exchange membranes enabling alkaline water electrolyzers with up to 6 A/ cm² current at 2.05 V and 60 C, CO2 electrolyzers with up to 280 mA/ cm² at 3 V and room temperature. Preorders of membranes for researchers interested in beta-testing available before formal product announcement.

DropSens SL Booth 205 & 207

Paula Caldevilla Info@dropsens.com Parque Tecnológico de Asturias Edificio CEEI 33428 Llanera +34.985.277.685 Spain www.dropsens.com

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Bio-Logic USA

scanning systems (M370 and M470 modular systems), and the MTLab materials analysis systems (MTZ-35 FRA and high temperature sample holder). Come to booths 312, 314, and 316 to see our exciting showcase of products.


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of electrochemical (bio)sensors: chemical, enzyme, immune and genosensors; also incorporating the advantages of Nanotechnology to Electrochemistry through our nanostructured sensors. In addition they have a wide variety of Bluetooth battery-powered Portable Potentiostats offering the main electrochemical techniques while retaining the accuracy of bigger instruments and with an easy-to-use computer interface. Their latest equipment releases in the field of Spectroelectrochemistry and Electrochemiluminescence have moved one step further the range of applications of their products.DropSens can also manufacture tailored instruments

FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc. Literature Display

Eunice Wang ewang@dimatix.com 2250 Martin Avenue Santa Clara, California 95050 1.408.565.0670 USA www.dimatix.com

Inkjet printing allows creation of products like DNA arrays, electronics, displays and solar cells. The DMP-2831 is designed for micro-precision jetting a variety of functional fluids onto virtually any surface and minimizes waste of expensive fluid materials, thereby eliminating the cost and complexity associated with traditional product development and prototyping.and electrodes.

Gamry Instruments Booths 215 & 217

Cynthia Schroll cschroll@gamry.com 734 Louis Drive Warminster, PA 18974 1.215.682.9330 USA ww.gamry.com

Gamry Instruments designs and manufactures high-quality electrochemical instrumentation and accessories. Our full lineup includes single and multichannel potentiostats from 600 mA to 30 A (all capable of EIS), fully-integrated spectroelectrochemical setups for both UV/Vis and Raman, four-terminal battery holders and an EQCM that can handle any crystal from 1-10 MHz. Stop by to see our new potentiostats including one specially designed for testing batteries, fuel cells, and supercapacitors.

Gelest Literature Display

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Gabrielle Lockwood glockwood@gelest.com 11 E. Steel Rd. Morrisville, PA 19067 1.215.547.1015 USA www.gelest.com

Gelest, Inc., headquartered in Morrisville, Pennsylvania, is recognized worldwide as an innovator, manufacturer and supplier of commercial and research quantities of organosilicon compounds, metal-organic compounds and silicones. Gelest serves advanced technology markets through a materials science-driven approach. The company provides focused technical development and application support for semiconductors, optical materials, pharmaceutical synthesis, diagnostics and separation science, and specialty polymeric materials: “Gelest – Enabling Your Technology.”

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Heifei Ke Jing Materials Technology Co., LTD (KMT) Booth: 302

Tanglin An antanglin@kjmti.com 10 Ke Xue Yuan Street, Shushan District, Hefei, Anhui, 230031 +01186.400.060.9969 China www.kjmti.com/

KMT has been providing a total solution for materials research labs since 1995. KMT supplies ceramic, crystal, metallic substrates from A-Z and nano-powder. We also provides laboratory R&D equipment including mixing, cutting, polishing machines, high temperature muffle and tube furnaces, pressing machines, film coaters, glove boxes, high vacuum systems, high-pressure furnaces, RTP furnaces, CSS and PECVD furnace systems, high pressure and hydrogen furnaces, melting and casting systems, crystal growth systems as well as compact XRD/X-Ray orientation unit and equipment for battery and energy materials research.

Hohsen Corporation Booth 201

Daisuke Sakai sakai@hohsen.co.jp 8F Risona Senba Bldg. 4-21, 4-chome Minamisenba, Chuo-ku Osaka-shi Osaka 542-0081 +81.6.6253.2600 Japan www.hohsen.co.jp

Hohsen provides R&D / Pilot Line / Mass Production equipment, materials, parts, engineering and consulting services for Lithium-ion battery fabrication.

HOKUTO DENKO CORP. Booth 102

Takeshi Morita morita@hokuto-denko.co.jp 4-22-13, Himonya Meguro, Tokyo 152-0003 +81.3.3793.8787 Japan www.hokuto-denko.co.jp

HOKUTO DENKO has developed, manufactured and sold electrochemical measurement products since its foundation in 1958. The water quality measurement business was added in 1991. Hokuto Denko will continue selling an electrochemistry-based product and system to the world in future.

I²CNER Booth 203

Ruri Hirashima wpisyogai@jimu.kyushu-u.ac.jp 744 Motooka, Nishi-ku Fukuoka 819-0395 Japanwww.i2cner.kyushu-u.ac.jp/en/

+81.9.2802.6935

International Institute for Carbon-Neutral Energy Research (I2CNER) seeks to contribute to the advancement of low carbon emission and cost effective energy systems and improvement of energy efficiency. The array of technologies that I2CNER’s research aims to enable includes Solid Oxide Fuel Cells, Polymer Membrane based fuel cells, biomimetic and other novel catalyst concepts, and production, storage, and utilization of hydrogen as a fuel.

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Exhibitors Interactive

MFC Systems

Booth 114

Booth 213

Interactive provides Arc plasma deposition system(APD). APD is a unique technique to deposit ultra-thin films and nanoparticles by generating metal ions in a simple process. It can achieve an effect that cannot be obtained with other deposition methods such as particle deposition.The system can select nano-particle diameter within the range of approx. 1.5nm to 6nm.It is useful for the electrode of Fuel cell, LIB.

MFC Systems is an up-and-coming potentiostat design and manufacturing company based in the USA. Since 2014, we have offered the growing family of Squidstat™ potentiostats & galvanostats to researchers worldwide. Our modestly-priced, well-equipped products feature a wide selection of current ranges with easy-touse software and unique data backup systems. Pricing ranges from $2,400 to $9,600, with even lower-cost potentiostats in development. All software and technical support services are available for free. We are showcasing two new potentiostats at PRiME 2016. Both offer unprecedented value in terms of capabilities and pricing. Visit booth 213 to see them in action!

Yoshinori Shingaki shingaki@inter-active.co.jp TT-1 Building 11F, 14-8,1-chome, Nihombashi-Ningyocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo +81.3.5695.1035 Japan www.inter-active.co.jp

Ivium Technologies Booths 111

Pete Peterson pete@ivium.us 961687 Gateway Blvd. Suite 201 D Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 1.800.303.3885 USA www.ivium.us

Ivium Technologies designs electrochemical instrumentation for the most demanding experiments. We are demonstrating the new CompactStat.h™ and IviumStat.h™ Potentiostats with 24-bit resolution. We’re also exhibiting the Vertex™ Potentiostat for labs on a budget, the nStat™ MultiChannel Potentiostat with up to 16 potentiostats, and the handheld pocketSTAT™ Potentiostat for portability

Maccor Booth 312

Mark Hulse m.hulse@maccor.com 2 S 49th W. Avenue Tulsa, OK 74107 1.918.446.1874 USA www.maccor.com

Maccor manufactures testing equipment for the battery and energy storage market (i.e. batteries, capacitors, fuel cells, etc.). Maccor Inc. was the pioneer, and is the world’s largest commercial manufacturer for this type of equipment. More companies rely on Maccor everyday for their battery and cell test equipment needs. Today Maccor has thousands of systems in operation in more than 50 countries.

McScience Inc. Booth 210

McScience is a supplier of advanced technology products and solutions for Scientific Research, Photovoltaics, Industrial Manufacturing, Semiconductors and Microelectronics markets. Established in 2000, McScience has over 15 years of industry knowledge and field experience across a broad range of technologies to enhance the capabilities and productivity of its manufacturing, engineering and research applications.

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Micrux Fluidic S.L. Booth 117

Ana Fernandez La Villa Anafv@micruxfluidic.com Edif. Severo Ochoa – l, 486, Auja. Julián Clavería, Oviedo, Asturias 33006 +34.984.151019 Spain www.micruxfluidic.com

Micrux Technologies (Asturias, SPAIN) is an innovative technology-based company founded in 2008. Micrux is focused on the design, development and manufacture of novel miniaturized analytical systems based on Lab-on-a-Chip (LOC) as well as thin film electrodes. These technologies can be used for research and educational activities in microfluidic and electrochemistry field in several research areas such as environment, agro-food and health. Micrux contributes to make the use of microfluidic and electrochemical devices more routinary in different research fields as well as in industry. Thus, Micrux works actively to transfer the basic research knowledge to the emerging Lab-on-a-Chip (LOC) & Pointof-Care (POC) industry. Micrux is proficient in microfluidics and electrochemical detection systems providing to their customers the latest innovations in microfluidic platforms, electrochemical sensors and analytical portable instrumentation for their research and educational activities.

Nissan ARC, Ltd. Booth 101

Hideto Imai imai@nissan-arc.co.jp 1 Natsushima-cho Yokosuka, Kanagawa 237-0061 +81.46.866.5814 Japan www.nissan-arc.co.jp

NISSAN ARC, LTD., an affiliate of Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., is a global analysis and consulting company that serves leading businesses, universities, and government research institutes. We offer world-class analysis services and consultancy to help customers’ innovations in R&D, engineering and product manufacturing, with our expertise and cutting-edge technologies. (continued on next page)

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Matthew Son skson@mcscience.com B-1102, Digital Empire Bldg., 1156-16 Deogyeong Blvd., Youngtong Suwon, Kyeonggi-do 16690 +82.31.303.5789 Korea www.mcscience.com

Mark Sholin mark@mfcsystems.com 3116 S. Mill Avenue, Suite 238 Tempe, AZ 85282 1.480.703.1130 USA www.mfcsystems.com


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Novonix Battery Testing Services Inc. Booth 108

David Stevens info@novonix.ca 1 Research Drive Dartmouth, NS B2Y-4M9 1.902.449.9121 Canada www.novonix.ca

Novonix has taken its expertise in developing High Precision Charger (HPC) systems in Dr. Jeff Dahn’s lab to commercializing a turnkey HPC system. Novonix’s charger systems are designed for high precision measurements of the coulombic efficiency of Li-ion cells which has been shown to be useful in predicting cell lifetime/failure.

PAR/Solartron Booths 314 & 316

Ari Tampasis ari.tampasis@ametek.com 801 South Illinois Ave. Oak Ridge, TN 37830 1.865.483.2122 USA www.princetonappliedresearch.com

Princeton Applied Research is a leading manufacturer of laboratory instruments utilized for investigations in the field of electrochemistry, which includes batteries, fuel cells, corrosion, sensors and general physical chemistry. In business more than 50 years, we offer customers the benefit of knowledge, expertise, products, and solutions to support their particular research interest. Solartron Analytical is the global leader in Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy, providing more than 60 years of instrumentation development expertise for materials and electrochemical research. Solartron Analytical instruments and accessories are advancing the research into the physical and electrochemical properties of batteries, fuel cells, organic coatings, corrosion inhibitors, and sensors, as well as the characterization of materials for dielectrics, solar cells, display technologies, ferroelectrics, and composites.

Picosun Booth 115

Wilfredo Cabrera Wilfredo.cabrera@picosun.com 1651 N. Collins Blvd. Suite 224 Richardson, Texas 75080 1.214.790.0844 USA www.picosun.com

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Picosun is the leading provider of high quality Atomic Layer Deposition thin film coating solutions for global industries and R&D. Picosun’s fully automated, SEMI compliant batch and cluster ALD systems enable cost-efficient, high volume industrial production whereas smaller scale lab tools allow cutting-edge research with unique upscalability to industrial environment.

Pine Research Instrumentation Booths 211 & 310

Diane White pinewire@pineinst.com 2741 Campus Walk Ave., Bldg. 100 Durham, NC 27705 1.919.782.8320 USA www.pineinst.com/echem

unique quartz electrochemical cells for photoelectrochemistry and spectroelectrochemistry. Pine Research is still the world leader in rotating disk, ring-disk, and cylinder electrodes and related instrumentation. Quick and easy electrochemical measurements can be made with our carbon, platinum, or gold screen-printed electrodes.

Product Systems Inc. (ProSys Inc.) Booth 204

Mark Beck sales@prosysmeg.com 1745 Dell Ave Campbell, CA 95008 1.408.871.2500 USA www.prosysmeg.com

ProSys Megasonic cleaning systems and transducers provide superior cleaning performance, substantially higher reliability, and a lower cost of ownership for manufacturers of submicron contamination-sensitive products. Megasonics is our core and only business. Our company focuses on delivering innovative technology with exceptional performance at a competitive cost.

Samsung SDI Co. Ltd. Booth 206

Byoung Hyu, Koh bhkoh@samsung.com 150-20, Gongse-Ro Giheung-Gu Technology Planning Group Yongin-Si, Gyeonggi-do 17084 Republic of Korea

+82.31.8006.3572 www.samsungsdi.co.kr

The world leader in the lithium-ion industry, Samsung SDI’s product portfolio includes rechargeable, advanced lithium-ion batteries for mobile devices, electrified vehicles and energy storage systems.

Scribner Associates, Inc. Booth 200

Jason Scribner jason@scribner.com 150 E Connecticut Ave. Southern Pines, NC 28387 1.910.695.8884 USA www.scribner.com

Scribner Associates specializes in advanced analytical hardware and software for electrochemical research and development. Our software packages such as ZPlot, ZView, MultiStat and CorrWare are recognized world-wide as the gold standard for instrument control and data analysis. On display will be the Model 850e Fuel Cell Test System, a turn-key instrument for PEM, DMFC and SOFC R&D. The 850e features multiple current ranges for high accuracy over a wide dynamic range, automated humidifier bypass valves for wet/dry cycling, automatic humidifier water fill, manual or automated inlet selector valves, integrated potentiostat functions, and accurate dew point control up to 5 SLM. The 850e is now CE certified. Scribner is pleased to introduce the Model 580 8-Channel Battery Cycler. The 580 is specifically designed for battery and capacitor discharge cycling and offers CC, CV, CP, and CR modes, 6 current ranges, cell resistance by HFR, 5-wire terminal measurement, and comes with user friendly software for instrument control and data analysis. All of our products are available for quick delivery and are backed by comprehensive technical support.

Pine Research Instrumentation designs, manufactures, and supports a full line of cost-effective, durable, and reliable electrochemical research instrumentation. Pine Research offers a variety of potentiostat/galvanostat systems including the WaveDriver and WaveNow, which are controlled using the powerful AfterMath software package. Specialty products include 46

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Exhibitors Toray Research Center, Inc. Booth 304

Masayuki-Hatada Masayuki_hatada@trc.toray.co.jp Nihonbashi-honcho, Chuo-ku, Tokya 103-0023 +81.3.3245.5665 Japan www.toray-research.co.jp

Toray Research Center, Inc. (TRC) provides an extensive range of high quality material analysis services. We have 38 years of experience serving the world’s top R&D / manufacturing companies in a variety of industrial fields including LIB and FC. Learn how our benchmarking / degradation material analysis can work for you.

Toshima Manufacturing Co., Ltd. Booth 300

Kenji Sakai sakai@material-sys.com 1414 Shimonomoto Higashimatsuyama, Saitama 3550036 +81.493.24.6715 Japan www.material-sys.com

For worlds’ material researchers, we provide sputtering targets, powders, MOCVD precursors, MOD coating materials. They are applicable to Li-ion battery, superconductor, photocatalyst, and piezoelectric ferroelectric fields. Especially our LLZO for solid electrolyte in R&D as well as PZT for sensors in mass production are used all over the world.

Waterstar Booth 107

Bryan Boggs Bryan.boggs@tennantco.com 18650 Industrial Circle Parkman, Ohio 77080 1.440.996.0817 USA www.waterstarinc.com

Water Star Inc., A Wholly-Owned Subsidiary of Tennant Company, is a technology-driven company specializing in the innovation, development, and manufacture of precious metal coated titanium anodes (MMO – Mixed Metal Oxide or Dimensionally Stable Anodes), Cathodes, Cells, Assemblies, and Catalyzed Media.

Zahner-electrik GmbH Booth 116

Dr. Hans Schäfer hjs@zahner.de Thueringer Str. 12 D-96317 Kronach +49.9261.962119.0 Germany www.zahner.de

Zahner-elektrik is a manufacturer of high-end electrochemical and photo-electrochemical workstations with an experience of 35 years. IM6, Zennium and CIMPS systems are designed for outstanding accuracy and reliability and equipped with unique features to improve the quality of your experiments in solar cell, battery, fuel cell, and corrosion research and in many other fields of electrochemistry.

Don’t miss the opportunity to gain face-to-face time with these industry leading companies.

Technical Co-Sponsor Electrochemistry Division of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (EDRACI)

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The RACI was founded in 1917 and granted a Royal Charter in 1932, the RACI is the professional body for the chemical sciences in Australia. It acts both as the qualifying body in Australia for professional chemists, and as a learned society promoting the science and practice of chemistry. The RACI advocates the importance of chemistry to the public and all levels of education, industry and government, and supports the professional needs and interests of all its members. The Electrochemistry Division (EDRACI) is a sub division of the RACI and exists to promote the study, research, and application of electrochemistry, especially within Australia. EDRACI runs conferences focused on electrochemistry but also part of larger RACI meetings such as the RACI Centenary meeting in Melbourne on 23-28th July 2017.


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Symposia Sponsors Thank You to the 2016 PRiME Symposia Sponsors! Platinum

L02 - Molten Salts and Ionic Liquids 20

I01 - Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 16 (PEFC 16)

L02 - Molten Salts and Ionic Liquids 20

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G05 - SiGe, Ge, and Related Materials: Materials, Processing, and Devices 7

G03 - Atomic Layer Deposition Applications 12

I01 - Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 16 (PEFC 16)

G05 - SiGe, Ge, and Related Materials: Materials, Processing, and Devices 7

H02- Semiconductor Wafer Bonding: Science, Technology and Applications 14

G04 - Processing Materials of 3D Interconnects, Damascene and Electronics Packaging

L02 - Molten Salts and Ionic Liquids 20

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EV Group H02 - Semiconductor Wafer Bonding: Science, Technology and Applications 14

Picosun G03- Atomic Layer Deposition Applications 12

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Thank You to the 2016 PRiME Symposia Sponsors! Bronze Arbin Instruments A01 - Batteries and Energy Technology Joint General Session

Applied Microengineering Ltd. H02 - Semiconductor Wafer Bonding: Science, Technology and Applications 14

Bondtech Co., Ltd. H02 - Semiconductor Wafer Bonding: Science, Technology and Applications 14

Committee of Battery Technology, Japan A02 - Challenges in Advanced Analytical Tools and Techniques for Batteries: A Symposium in Honor of Prof. Zempachi Ogumi

FEI G05 - SiGe, Ge, and Related Materials: Materials, Processing, and Devices 7

Fuji Electric Co., Ltd. H02 - Semiconductor Wafer Bonding: Science, Technology and Applications 14

Gelest G03 - Atomic Layer Deposition Applications 12

Horiba, Ltd. C02 - Oxide Films: A Symposium in Honor of Masahiro Seo

Kanto Chemical Co., Inc. L02 - Molten Salts and Ionic Liquids 20

KOEI Chemical Company, Limited L02 - Molten Salts and Ionic Liquids 20

Musashino Engineering H02- Semiconductor Wafer Bonding: Science, Technology and Applications 14

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Machinetool Co., Ltd. H02- Semiconductor Wafer Bonding: Science, Technology and Applications 14

Nichia Corporation H02 - Semiconductor Wafer Bonding: Science, Technology and Applications 14

Nippon Chemi-Con Corporation C02 - Oxide Films: A Symposium in Honor of Masahiro Seo

Park Systems Corp. G05 - SiGe, Ge, and Related Materials: Materials, Processing, and Devices 7

RASIRC G03 - Atomic Layer Deposition Applications 12

Sumitomo Metal Mining Co., Ltd. L02- Molten Salts and Ionic Liquids 20

X-FAB MEMS Foundry GmbH H02- Semiconductor Wafer Bonding: Science, Technology and Applications 14

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Symposium Topics & Organizers

Symposium Topics and Organizers

Symposium Topics and Organizers A — Batteries and Energy Storage A01 — Batteries and Energy Technology Joint General Session M. Doeff, A. Manivannan, T. Jow, V. Kalra, Gao Liu, Z.-F. Ma Battery, Energy Technology, Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (CSE) A02 — Challenges in Advanced Analytical Tools and Techniques for Batteries: A Symposium in Honor of Prof. Zempachi Ogumi M. Inaba, R. Kostecki, V. Di Noto, Y. Uchimoto, H. Arai Battery, Energy Technology, ECSJ Battery A03 — Li-Ion Batteries C. Johnson, Y. Cui, Y. Zhang, G. Koenig, R. Kostecki, D. Guyomard, M. Winter, Y. Fukunaka Battery, The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) A04 — Advances in Electrolytes for Lithium Batteries B. Lucht, T. Jow, S.-W. Song, Y. Meng, M. Ue, D.-W. Kim Battery, KECS Battery Division A05 — Beyond Li-ion Batteries J. Muldoon, V. Di Noto, S. Passerini, J. Lu, D. Im, M. Yakovleva, J.-W. Lee, K. Kang, J. Choi, B. Key, H. Kim, Y.-M. Kang, P. Shirvanian, J. Chen Battery, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, KECS Battery Division, Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (CSE) A06 — Failure Mode and Mechanism Analyses B. Y. Liaw, Y. Uchimoto, Y. Yang, W.-S. Yoon, J. Nanda, S. Pannala Battery, The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ), KECS Battery Division, Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (CSE) A07 — Electrochemical Capacitors and Related Devices: Fundamentals to Applications A. Balducci, T. Brousse, D. Bélanger, P. Simon, H. S. Park, P. Kumta, J. Long, M. Ishikawa, W. Sugimoto, K. Naoi, M. Morita, K.-B. Kim, Y.-Y. Xia Battery, Energy Technology, ECSJ Capacitor Technology, KECS Supercapacitor Division, Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (CSE) B — Carbon Nanostructures and Devices B01 — Carbon Nanostructures: From Fundamental Studies to Applications and Devices R. Bruce Weisman, S. V. Rotkin, H. Imahori, P. Atanassov Nanocarbons, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) C — Corrosion Science and Technology C01 — Corrosion General Poster Session R. Buchheit, S. Virtanen Corrosion C02 — Oxide Films: A Symposium in Honor of Masahiro Seo H. Habazaki, K. Azumi, A. W. Hassel, K. Hebert Corrosion, ECSJ Corrosion C03 — High Temperature Corrosion and Materials Chemistry 12 E. Opila, J. Fergus, P. Gannon, T. Markus, M. Nanko, D. Chidambaram High Temperature Materials, Corrosion, ECSJ Battery C04 — Pits & Pores 7: Nanomaterials – Fabrication Processes, Properties, and Applications P. Granitzer, R. Boukherroub, D. Lockwood, H. Masuda Corrosion, Luminescence and Display Materials, The Electrochemical Society of CD/USB Japan (ECSJ) C05 — Atmospheric -and- Marine Corrosion A. Nishikata, M. Sakairi, I. Cole, C. Leygraf, R. Srinivasan, E. Tada, H. Katayama, M. Itagaki Corrosion, ECSJ Corrosion C06 — Metallic, Organic and Composite Coatings for Corrosion Protection M. Rohwerder, G. Williams Corrosion

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D — Dielectric Science and Materials D01 — Photovoltaics for the 21st Century 12 M. Tao, J. Fenton, J.-Y. Lee, P. Kulesza, M. J. Ko, J. J. Lee, V. Subramanian, N. Park, H. Jung, J. Noh, S. Hayase, T. Miyasaka, H. Segawa, H. Hamada Energy Technology, Dielectric Science and Technology, Electrodeposition, Electronics and Photonics, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, ECSJ Photoelectrochemistry, Solar Cell Division of KECS D02 — Nonvolatile Memories 5 S. Shingubara, Z. Karim, B. Magyari-Kope, H. Kubota, J.-G. Park, K. Kobayashi, L. Goux, Y. Saito Dielectric Science and Technology, Electronics and Photonics, ECSJ Electronics D03 — Plasma Nano Science and Technology U. Cvelbar, S. Vaddiraju, P. Mascher, M. Sunkara Dielectric Science and Technology E — Electrochemical/Electroless Deposition E01 — Electroless Deposition:Principles and Applications 4: In Honor of Milan Paunovic and Mordechay Schlesinger S. Djokic, L. Magagnin, T. Homma, S. Yoshihara Electrodeposition, ECSJ Nano-Micro Fabrication E02 — Magnetic Materials Processes and Devices 14 C. Bonhôte, G. Zangari, Y. Kitamoto, T. Osaka, H. H. Gatzen Electrodeposition, ECSJ Nano-Micro Fabrication

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E03 — Molecular Structure of the Solid-Liquid Interface and Its Relationship to Electrodeposition 8 G. Zangari, R. Alkire, T. Homma, L. Kibler Electrodeposition, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, ECSJ Nano-Micro Fabrication E04 — Electrodeposition for Energy Applications S. Brankovic, M. Shao, P. Vereecken, R. Bhattacharya, S. H. Kang, Y. Fukunaka, J. Kim Electrodeposition, Energy Technology, ECSJ Nano-Micro Fabrication F — Electrochemical Engineering F01 — Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering General Session J. Staser, V. Subramanian, D. Riemer, M. Morimitsu Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, ECSJ Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering F02 — Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy: In Honor of Bernard Tribollet M. Orazem, M. Itagaki, P. Vanýsek Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Corrosion, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) F03 — Contemporary Issues and Case Studies in Electrochemical Innovation 2 E. J. Taylor, K. Ayers, K. Ohashi, J. Staser, G. Botte, M. Inman, M. Hashimoto, R. Alkire, M. Lowe Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, ECSJ Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering F04 — Membrane-based Electrochemical Separations 2 H. Xu, T. Gur Energy Technology, High Temperature Materials, Industrial Electrochemistry and CD/USB Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry G — Electronic Materials and Processing G01 — High Purity and High Mobility Semiconductors 14 E. Simoen, R. Falster, O. Kononchuk, O. Nakatsuka, C. Claeys Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology, The Electrochemical CD/USB Society of Japan (ECSJ) G02 — Semiconductors, Dielectrics, and Metals for Nanoelectronics 14 S. Kar, K. Kita, D. Landheer, D. Misra Dielectric Science and Technology, Electronics and Photonics

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G04 — Processing Materials of 3D Interconnects, Damascene and Electronics Packaging 8 K. Kondo, G. Mathad, W. -P. Dow, S. Armini, M. Hayase, M. Koyanagi, Y. Kaneko, F. Roozeboom, R. Akolkar Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology, Electrodeposition, CD/USB The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) G05 — SiGe, Ge, and Related Materials: Materials, Processing, and Devices 7 D. Harame, M. Caymax, G. Masini, S. Miyazaki, Q. Liu, R. Camillo-Castillo, A. Thean, A. Joseph, A. Mai, M. Ostling, A. Ogura, J.-M. Hartmann, A. Schulze, K. Saraswat Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology, The Electrochemical CD/USB Society of Japan (ECSJ) H — Electronic and Photonic Devices and Systems H01 — State-of-the-Art Program on Compound Semiconductors 59 (SOTAPOCS 59) M. E. Overberg, W. Johnson, T. Anderson, J. Hite Electronics and Photonics H02 — Semiconductor Wafer Bonding: Science, Technology and Applications 14 T. Suga, H. Baumgart, F. Fournel, M. Goorsky, K. Hobart, R. Knechtel, C. S. Tan Electronics and Photonics, Battery, The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) CD/USB

H03 — Thin Film Transistors 13 (TFT 13) Y. Kuo Electronics and Photonics

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K — Organic and Bioelectrochemistry K01 — Bioengineering Based on Electrochemistry K. Sode, S. Tsujimura, A. Simonian, R. Mukundan, S. C. Barton, S. Minteer, W. Tsugawa Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Energy Technology, Sensor, ECSJ Bioengineering K02 — Recent Advances in the Application of Electrochemistry to Problems in Organic Chemistry and Biology J.-i. Yoshida, M. Atobe, K. Moeller, A. Fry Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, ECSJ Organic Electrochemistry L — Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry L01 — Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry General Session A. Suroviec, P. Kulesza, S. Minteer, P. Atanassov, B. Chin, W.-Y. Lee, D. Cliffel, T. Tatsuma, T. Torimoto, T. Ohno Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Sensor, ECSJ Photoelectrochemistry, KECS Physical Electrochemistry Division L02 — Molten Salts and Ionic Liquids 20 L. Haverhals, R. Mantz, P. Trulove, M. Ueda, M. Carter, E. Biddinger, A. Suroviec, S. Mukerjee, W. Reichert, F. Endres, A. Bund, A. Ispas, D. Fox Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrodeposition, Energy Technology, CD/USB Sensor, ECSJ Molten Salt

H04 — Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Electronic and Photonic Devices 9 C. O'Dwyer, Y.-L. Chueh, J.-H. He, M. Suzuki, S. Jin, S.-W. Kim, J. Ho, Z. Fan, Q. Li, G. Hunter, K. Takei CD/USB Electronics and Photonics

L03 — Electrode Processes 11 A. Hillier, S. Mukerjee, N. Hoshi, F. Matsumoto Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Energy Technology, ECSJ Interfacial Electrochemistry, ECSJ Molecular Functional Electrode

H05 — Gallium Nitride and Silicon Carbide Power Technologies 6 M. Dudley, K. Shenai, M. Bakowski, N. Ohtani, B. Raghothamachar Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology, The Electrochemical CD/USB Society of Japan (ECSJ)

L04 — Photocatalysts, Photoelectrochemical Cells, and Solar Fuels 7 N. (Nick) Wu, D. Chu, P. Kulesza, K. T. Nam, H. Park, V. Subramanian, H. Wang, J. J. Lee, M. Soriaga, N. Batina, T. Tatsuma, B. Ohtani, A. Kudo Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Sensor, ECSJ Photoelectrochemistry, Solar Cell Division of KECS

H06 — Fundamentals and Applications of Microfluidic and Nanofluidic Devices 3 X. Xuan, S. Qian, S. Joo, J. Hsu, H. Baumgart, N. Hu Electronics and Photonics, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Sensor H07 — Emerging Nanomaterials and Devices U. Schwalke, H. Baumgart, H. Hahn, F. Kreupl, M. Lemme, Q. Li, M. Orlowski, S. V. Rotkin Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology, Nanocarbons CD/USB I — Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers, and Energy Conversion I01 — Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 16 (PEFC 16) D. Jones, A. Weber, V. Ramani, T. Fuller, R. Mantz, H. Uchida, F. Büchi, H. Xu, C. Coutanceau, J. Fenton, S. Mitsushima, T. Schmidt, K. Shinohara, K. SwiderLyons, H. Gasteiger, B. Pivovar, K. Ayers, K. Perry, S. Narayanan, P. Strasser, P. Shirvanian, Y.-t Kim, L. Zh Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, ECSJ Fuel Cells, Chinese CD/USB Society of Electrochemistry (CSE) I02 — Solid State Ionic Devices 11 E. Wachsman, A. Manivannan, T. Ishihara, J.-H. Lee, P. Vanýsek, M. Carter High Temperature Materials, Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Sensor, ECSJ Solid-State Chemistry, The Korean Electrochemical Society (KECS) I03 — Electrosynthesis of Fuels 4 X.-D. Zhou, H. Xu, T. Gur, G. Brisard, J. Staser, W. Mustain, J. Flake, M. Mogensen High Temperature Materials, Energy Technology, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry I04 — Energy/Water Nexus: Power from Saline Solutions J.-S. Park, C.-S. Kim, A. Herring Energy Technology J — Luminescence and Display Materials, Devices, and Processing J01 — Luminescence and Display Materials: Fundamentals and Applications A. Setlur, K. Mishra, J. Lin, T. Juestel, M. Brik Luminescence and Display Materials J02 — Materials for Solid State Lighting M. Raukas, K.-S. Sohn, R.-J. Xie, K. Toda Luminescence and Display Materials

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M — Sensors M01— Chemical Sensors 12. Chemical and Biological Sensors and Analytical Systems M. Carter, Y. Shimizu, W.-Y. Lee, T. Yasukawa, R. Mukundan, A. Simonian, A. O'Riordan, L. Nagahara, O. Niwa, B. Chin, J. J. Lee CD/USB Sensor, ECSJ Chemical Sensor, KECS Sensor Division M02— Microfabricated and Nanofabricated Systems for MEMS/NEMS 12 P. Hesketh, J.-W. Choi, S. Minteer, A. Khosla, S. Mitra, O. Tabata, R.-I. Stefanvan Staden, P. Vanýsek, N. (Nick) Wu, S.-J. Young, H. Furukawa, T. Mineta, F. Hirose CD/USB Sensor, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, ECSJ Bioengineering M03— Electrochemical Analysis with Nanomaterials and Nanodevices Y. Piao, S. Hwang, I.-S. Shin, G. Diao, J. J. Lee, D. Cliffel Sensor, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, KECS Physical Electrochemistry Division Z — General Z01 — General Student Poster Session V. Subramanian, V. Chaitanya, K. Sundaram, P. Pharkya, W. Sugimoto, W.-S. Yoon All Divisions, The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ), The Korean Electrochemical Society (KECS) Z02 — Nanotechnology General Session O. Leonte, P. Atanassov, L. Chen, D.-W. Kim All Divisions, Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee, The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ), The Korean Electrochemical Society (KEC) Z03 — Electrochemical Energy Summit (E2S) - Poster Session B. Y. Liaw, A. Weber, H. Uchida, W.-S. Yoon, M. Glick All Divisions, The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ), The Korean Electrochemical Society (KECS) Z04 — Electrochemical Energy Summit (E2S): Recent Progress in Renewable Energy Generation, Distribution, and Storage B. Y. Liaw, A. Weber, H. Uchida, W.-S. Yoon, M. Glick All Divisions, The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ), The Korean Electrochemical Society (KECS)

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Batteries and Energy Technology Joint General Session M. Doeff, A. Manivannan, T. Jow, V. Kalra, Gao Liu, Z.-F. Ma Battery, Energy Technology, Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (CSE) Challenges in Advanced Analytical Tools and Techniques for Batteries: A Symposium in Honor of Zempachi Ogumi M. Inaba, R. Kostecki, V. Di Noto, Y. Uchimoto, H. Arai Battery, Energy Technology, ECSJ Battery Li-Ion Batteries C. Johnson, Y. Cui, Y. Zhang, G. Koenig, R. Kostecki, D. Guyomard, M. Winter, Y. Fukunaka Battery, The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ)

Abst 1-11 312, 3rd Floor

Abst 12-18 312, 3rd Floor

Abst 19-31 312, 3rd Floor

Abst 32-36 312, 3rd Floor

Abst 37-48 312, 3rd Floor

Abst 155-158 317 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 159-163, 209 317 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 4180 Abst 164-167 317 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 235-244 313 C, 3rd Floor Abst 245-255 313 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 256-265 313 B, 3rd Floor Abst 266-274 313 C, 3rd Floor

Abst 275-286 313 C, 3rd Floor Abst 287-296 313 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 529-537, 556 321 A/B, 3rd Floor

Abst 538-542 321 A/B, 3rd Floor

Abst 543-552 321 A/B, 3rd Floor

Abst 650-661 313 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 662-668 313 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 669-679 313 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 931-934 Abst 935-940 317 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 941-945 317 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 946-949 Abst 950-955 317 B, 3rd Floor

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Advances in Electrolytes for Lithium Batteries B. Lucht, T. Jow, S.-W. Song, Y. Meng, M. Ue, D.-W. Kim Battery, KECS Battery Division

A05

Beyond Li-ion Batteries J. Muldoon, V. Di Noto, S. Passerini, J. Lu, D. Im, M. Yakovleva, J.-W. Lee, K. Kang, J. Choi, B. Key, H. Kim, Y.-M. Kang, P. Shirvanian, J. Chen Battery, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, KECS Battery Division, Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (CSE) Failure Mode and Mechanism Analyses B. Y. Liaw, Y. Uchimoto, Y. Yang, W.-S. Yoon, J. Nanda, S. Pannala Battery, The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ), KECS Battery Division, Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (CSE) Electrochemical Capacitors and Related Devices: Fundamentals to Applications A. Balducci, T. Brousse, D. Bélanger, P. Simon, H. S. Park, P. Kumta, J. Long, M. Ishikawa, W. Sugimoto, K. Naoi, M. Morita, K.B. Kim, Y.-Y. Xia Battery, Energy Technology, ECSJ Capacitor Technology, KECS Supercapacitor Division, Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (CSE)

A06

A07

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Abst 230-231 Ballroom A, 4th Floor

Abst 632-642 313 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 232-234 Ballroom A, 4th Floor

Abst 644-649 313 A, 3rd Floor

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Abst 49-60 312, 3rd Floor Posters 61-108 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

Abst 65, 109-119 312, 3rd Floor

Abst 120-131 312, 3rd Floor

Abst 132-144 312, 3rd Floor

Abst 145-154 312, 3rd Floor

Abst 168-178 317 A, 3rd Floor Posters 179-188 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

Abst 189-198 317 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 199-208 317 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 210-219 317 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 220-229 317 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 297-305 313 B, 3rd Floor Abst 306-317 313 C, 3rd Floor

Abst 318-328 313 B, 3rd Floor Abst 329-340 313 C, 3rd Floor

Abst 563-572 321 A/B, 3rd Floor

Abst 470-479 313 B, 3rd Floor Abst 272 Abst 481 Abst 482 Abst 483 313 C, 3rd Floor Abst 615-624 321 A/B, 3rd Floor

Abst 484-494 313 C, 3rd Floor Abst 495-504 313 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 533-562 321 A/B, 3rd Floor

Abst 680-689 313 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 690-700 313 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 341-354 313 B, 3rd Floor Abst 355-367 313 C, 3rd Floor Posters 368-469 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor Abst 573-584 321 A/B, 3rd Floor Posters 585-614 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor Abst 701-710 313 A, 3rd Floor Posters 711-845 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

Abst 846-853 313 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 854-860 313 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 956-964 317 B, 3rd Floor Posters 965-1007 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

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Abst 505-517 313 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 518-528 313 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 861-871 313 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 872-881 313 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 625-631 321 A/B, 3rd Floor

Abst 882-891 303 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 892-904 303 B, 3rd Floor Posters 905-911 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

Abst 912-918 Abst 919-920 303 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 921-930 303 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 1008-1011 Abst 1012-1017 317 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 1018-1021 317 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 1022-1025 Abst 1026-1031 317 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 1032-1038 317 B, 3rd Floor

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Carbon Nanostructures: From Fundamental Studies to Applications and Devices R. Bruce Weisman, S. V. Rotkin, H. Imahori, P. Atanassov Nanocarbons, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) Corrosion General Poster Session R. Buchheit, S. Virtanen Corrosion

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Monday, October 3 AM

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Tuesday, AM Abst 1039-1048 318 A, 3rd Floor

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Oxide Films: A Symposium in Honor of Masahiro Seo H. Habazaki, K. Azumi, A. W. Hassel, K. Hebert Corrosion, ECSJ Corrosion

Abst 11431146 Abst 11471153 328, 3rd Floor

Abst 11541158 328, 3rd Floor

Abst 1159-1169 328, 3rd Floor

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High Temperature Corrosion and Materials Chemistry 12 E. Opila, J. Fergus, P. Gannon, T. Markus, M. Nanko, D. Chidambaram High Temperature Materials, Corrosion, ECSJ Battery Pits & Pores 7: Nanomaterials – Fabrication Processes, Properties, and Applications P. Granitzer, R. Boukherroub, D. Lockwood, H. Masuda Corrosion, Luminescence and Display Materials, The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) Atmospheric –and– Marine Corrosion A. Nishikata, M. Sakairi, I. Cole, C. Leygraf, R. Srinivasan, E. Tada, H. Katayama, M. Itagaki Corrosion, ECSJ Corrosion Metallic, Organic and Composite Coatings for Corrosion Protection M. Rohwerder, G. Williams Corrosion

Abst 12121219 327, 3rd Floor

Abst 12201226 327, 3rd Floor

Abst 1227-1236 327, 3rd Floor

Abst 12511255 326 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 12561260 326 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 1261-1264 Abst 1265-1269 326 B, 3rd Floor

C04

C05

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Abst 1339-1346 326 A, 3rd Floor

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Abst 1049-1060 318 A, 3rd Floor Posters 10611086 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

Abst 1087-1096 318 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 1097-1102 318 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 1170-1171 Abst 1172-1178 328, 3rd Floor Posters 11791189 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor Abst 1237-1238 Abst 1239-1246 327, 3rd Floor

Abst 1190-1194 Abst 1195-1201 328, 3rd Floor

Posters 11031142 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor Abst 1202-1205 Abst 1206-1211 328, 3rd Floor

Abst 1270-1274 Abst 1275-1279 326 B, 3rd Floor Posters 12801281 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

Abst 1282-1286 Abst 1287-1290 326 B, 3rd Floor

Posters 12911295 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

Abst 1296-1300 Abst 1301-1306 327, 3rd Floor

Abst 1307-1311 Abst 1312-1316 327, 3rd Floor

Abst 1347-1352 Abst 1353-1357 326 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 1358-1362 Abst 1363-1365 326 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 1366-1370 326 A, 3rd Floor Posters 13711377 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

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Abst 1317-1321 Abst 1322-1328 327, 3rd Floor

Abst 1329-1334 Abst 1335-1338 327, 3rd Floor

Friday, October 7 AM

PM

Posters 12471250 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

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TECHNICAL SYMPOSIUM Photovoltaics for the Century 12 M. Tao, J. Fenton, J.-Y. Lee, P. Kulesza, M. J. Ko, J. J. Lee, V. Subramanian, N. Park, H. Jung, J. Noh, S. Hayase, T. Miyasaka, H. Segawa, H. Hamada Energy Technology, Dielectric Science and Technology, Electrodeposition, Electronics and Photonics, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, ECSJ Photoelectrochemistry, Solar Cell Division of KECS Nonvolatile Memories 5 S. Shingubara, Z. Karim, B. Magyari-Kope, H. Kubota, J.-G. Park, K. Kobayashi, L. Goux, Y. Saito Dielectric Science and Technology, Electronics and Photonics, ECSJ Electronics Plasma Nano Science and Technology U. Cvelbar, S. Vaddiraju, P. Mascher, M. Sunkara Dielectric Science and Technology Electroless Deposition:Principles and Applications 4: In Honor of Milan Paunovic and Mordechay Schlesinger S. Djokic, L. Magagnin, T. Homma, S. Yoshihara Electrodeposition, ECSJ NanoMicro Fabrication Magnetic Materials Processes and Devices 14 C. BonhĂ´te, G. Zangari, Y. Kitamoto, T. Osaka, H. H. Gatzen Electrodeposition, ECSJ NanoMicro Fabrication Molecular Structure of the Solid-Liquid Interface and Its Relationship to Electrodeposition 8 G. Zangari, R. Alkire, T. Homma, L. Kibler Electrodeposition, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, ECSJ Nano-Micro Fabrication

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Monday, October 3 AM

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Abst 14951501 303 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 15021506 303 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 1507-1517 303 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 15231531 305 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 15321538 305 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 1539-1545 305 A, 3rd Floor

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Abst 1387-1390 Abst 1391-1394 304 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 1395-1398 Abst 1399-1403 304 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 1404-1407 Abst 1408-1411 304 A, 3rd Floor Posters 14121428 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

Abst 1429-1432 Abst 1433-1437 304 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 1438 Abst 1440-1445 304 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 1446-1452 Abst 1453-1456 304 B, 3rd Floor Posters 14571468 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

Friday, October 7

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Abst 1469-1472 Abst 1473-1478 304 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 1479-1483 304 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 1484-1488 Abst 1489-1494 304 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 1555-1563 305 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 1564-1566 Abst 1567-1570 305 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 1571-1579 305 A, 3rd Floor

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Posters 15181522 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor Posters 15461553 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

Poster 1554 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

Abst 1580-1589 305 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 1590 Abst 1591-1599 305 A, 3rd Floor Posters 16001603 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

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Electrodeposition for Energy Applications S. Brankovic, M. Shao, P. Vereecken, R. Bhattacharya, S. H. Kang, Y. Fukunaka, J. Kim Electrodeposition, Energy Technology, ECSJ Nano-Micro Fabrication

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Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering General Session J. Staser, V. Subramanian, D. Riemer, M. Morimitsu Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, ECSJ Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy: In Honor of Bernard Tribollet M. Orazem, M. Itagaki, P. Vanýsek Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Corrosion, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) Contemporary Issues and Case Studies in Electrochemical Innovation 2 E. J. Taylor, K. Ayers, K. Ohashi, J. Staser, G. Botte, M. Inman, M. Hashimoto, R. Alkire, M. Lowe Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, ECSJ Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering Membrane-based Electrochemical Separations 2 H. Xu, T. Gur Energy Technology, High Temperature Materials, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry High Purity and High Mobility Semiconductors 14 E. Simoen, R. Falster, O. Kononchuk, O. Nakatsuka, C. Claeys Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology, The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ)

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Monday, October 3 AM

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Abst 16761685 306 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 16861690 306 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 1691-1700 306 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 1738-1747 302 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 1756-1761 322 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 17701771 Abst 17721775 307 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 17761781 307 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 1782-1784 Abst 1785-1788 307 A, 3rd Floor

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Abst 1608-1617 305 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 1618-1626 305 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 1627-1631 305 B, 3rd Floor Posters 16321645 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

Abst 1646-1656 322 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 1657-1666 322 A, 3rd Floor Posters 16671675 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

Abst 1711-1720 306 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 1721-1731 306 A, 3rd Floor Posters 17321737 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

Abst 1701-1710 306 A, 3rd Floor

Thursday, October 6 AM

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Friday, October 7 AM

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Abst 1748-1755 302 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 1762-1767 322 B, 3rd Floor Posters 17681769 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

Abst 1789-1793 307 A, 3rd Floor

Posters 17941799 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

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H02

H03

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Semiconductors, Dielectrics, and Metals for Nanoelectronics 14 S. Kar, K. Kita, D. Landheer, D. Misra Dielectric Science and Technology, Electronics and Photonics Atomic Layer Deposition Applications 12 F. Roozeboom, S. De Gendt, J. Elam, O. van der Straten, C. Huffman, J. Dendooven, C. Liu Dielectric Science and Technology, Electronics and Photonics

Abst 18001806 325 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 18071811 325 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 1812-1818 325 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 18521854 Abst 18551857 325 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 18581861 325 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 1862-1865 Abst 1866-1868 325 B, 3rd Floor

Processing Materials of 3D Interconnects, Damascene and Electronics Packaging 8 K. Kondo, G. Mathad, W. -P. Dow, S. Armini, M. Hayase, M. Koyanagi, Y. Kaneko, F. Roozeboom, R. Akolkar Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology, Electrodeposition, The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) SiGe, Ge, and Related Materials: Materials, Processing, and Devices 7 D. Harame, M. Caymax, G. Masini, S. Miyazaki, Q. Liu, R. CamilloCastillo, A. Thean, A. Joseph, A. Mai, M. Ostling, A. Ogura, J.-M. Hartmann, A. Schulze, K. Saraswat Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology, The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) State-of-the-Art Program on Compound Semiconductors 59 (SOTAPOCS 59) M. E. Overberg, W. Johnson, T. Anderson, J. Hite Electronics and Photonics Semiconductor Wafer Bonding: Science, Technology and Applications 14 T. Suga, H. Baumgart, F. Fournel, M. Goorsky, K. Hobart, R. Knechtel, C. S. Tan Electronics and Photonics, Battery, The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) Thin Film Transistors 13 (TFT 13) Y. Kuo Electronics and Photonics

Abst 18951896 Abst 18971901 304 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 19021907 304 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 1908-1917 304 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 19481951 Abst 19521953 320, 3rd Floor

Abst 19541957 Abst 19581960 320, 3rd Floor

Abst 1961-1965 Abst 1966-1969 320, 3rd Floor

Abst 20652068 Abst 20692074 308 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 20752079 308 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 2080-2083 Abst 2084-2088 308 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 21142119 Abst 21202122 309, 3rd Floor

Abst 21232126 309, 3rd Floor

Abst 2127-2130 Abst 2131-2136 309, 3rd Floor

Abst 19321935 Abst 19361939 320, 3rd Floor

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Abst 19401943 Abst 19441947 320, 3rd Floor

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Abst 1827-1831 325 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 1869-1873 325 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 1874-1877 Abst 1878-1879 Abst 1880-1881 325 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 1832-1841 325 A, 3rd Floor Posters 18421851 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor Abst 1882-1883 Abst 1884-1886 325 B, 3rd Floor Posters 18871894 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

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Friday, October 7

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Abst 20312035 Abst 20362040 320, 3rd Floor

Abst 1918-1922 Abst 1923-1925 304 B, 3rd Floor Posters 19261931 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

Abst 1970-1973 Abst 1974-1978 320, 3rd Floor Posters 19791981 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

Abst 1982-1986 Abst 1987-1990 320, 3rd Floor

Abst 1991-1995 Abst 1996-1999 320, 3rd Floor

Abst 2000-2004 Abst 2005-2009 320, 3rd Floor

Abst 2010-2013 Abst 2014-2016 Abst 2017-2022 320, 3rd Floor

Abst 2023-2026 Abst 2027-2030 320, 3rd Floor

Abst 2041-2044 307 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 2045-2048 307 A, 3rd Floor Posters 20492050 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor Abst 2109-2113 308 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 2051-2053 Abst 2054-2055 307 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 2056-2058 307 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 2059-2064 307 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 2089-2093 308 A, 3rd Floor Posters 20942099 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

Abst 2100-2103 Abst 2104-2108 308 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 2137-2145 309, 3rd Floor

Abst 2146-2154 309, 3rd Floor

Abst 2155-2160 309, 3rd Floor Posters 21612176 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

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Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Electronic and Photonic Devices 9 C. O’Dwyer, Y.-L. Chueh, J.-H. He, M. Suzuki, S. Jin, S.-W. Kim, J. Ho, Z. Fan, Q. Li, G. Hunter, K. Takei Electronics and Photonics Gallium Nitride and Silicon Carbide Power Technologies 6 M. Dudley, K. Shenai, M. Bakowski, N. Ohtani, B. Raghothamachar Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology, The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) Fundamentals and Applications of Microfluidic and Nanofluidic Devices 3 X. Xuan, S. Qian, S. Joo, J. Hsu, H. Baumgart, N. Hu Electronics and Photonics, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Sensor Emerging Nanomaterials and Devices U. Schwalke, H. Baumgart, H. Hahn, F. Kreupl, M. Lemme, Q. Li, M. Orlowski, S. V. Rotkin Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology, Nanocarbons Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 16 (PEFC 16) D. Jones, A. Weber, V. Ramani, T. Fuller, R. Mantz, H. Uchida, F. Büchi, H. Xu, C. Coutanceau, J. Fenton, S. Mitsushima, T. Schmidt, K. Shinohara, K. Swider-Lyons, H. Gasteiger, B. Pivovar, K. Ayers, K. Perry, S. Narayanan, P. Strasser, P. Shirvanian, Y.-t Kim, L. Zh Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, ECSJ Fuel Cells, Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (CSE) Solid State Ionic Devices 11 E. Wachsman, A. Manivannan, T. Ishihara, J.-H. Lee, P. Vanýsek, M. Carter High Temperature Materials, Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Sensor, ECSJ Solid-State Chemistry, The Korean Electrochemical Society (KECS)

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Abst 21772188 308 B, 3rd Floor

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Abst 24092413 316 B/C, 3rd Floor

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Abst 28522857 Abst 28582863 301 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 28642868 301 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 2869-2881 301 B, 3rd Floor

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Abst 2291-2295 Abst 2296-2300 302 B, 3rd Floor Posters 23012306 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

Abst 2315-2319 Abst 2320-2323 307 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 2324-2327 Abst 2328-2332 307 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 2333-2336 307 B, 3rd Floor Posters 23372349 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

Abst 2468-2472 316 B, 3rd Floor Abst 2473-2482 314, 3rd Floor Abst 2483-2492 315, 3rd Floor Abst 2493-2502 316 A, 3rd Floor Abst 2503-2513 316 C, 3rd Floor

Abst 2514-2523 316 A, 3rd Floor Abst 2570, 25252534 314, 3rd Floor Abst 2535-2545 315, 3rd Floor Abst 2546-2556 316 C, 3rd Floor Abst 2557-2564 316 B, 3rd Floor

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Abst 2742-2753 316 A, 3rd Floor Abst 2754-2766 316 C, 3rd Floor Abst 2767-2777 315, 3rd Floor Abst 2778-2788 314, 3rd Floor Abst 2789-2799 316 B, 3rd Floor

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Abst 2892-2900 301 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 2901-2905 Abst 2906-2910 301 B, 3rd Floor Posters 29112966 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

Abst 2967-2970 Abst 2971-2974 Abst 2975-2978 301 B, 3rd Floor

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Electrosynthesis of Fuels 4 X.-D. Zhou, H. Xu, T. Gur, G. Brisard, J. Staser, W. Mustain, J. Flake, M. Mogensen High Temperature Materials, Energy Technology, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Energy/Water Nexus: Power from Saline Solutions J.-S. Park, C.-S. Kim, A. Herring Energy Technology

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Luminescence and Display Materials: Fundamentals and Applications A. Setlur, K. Mishra, J. Lin, T. Juestel, M. Brik Luminescence and Display Materials Materials for Solid State Lighting M. Raukas, K.-S. Sohn, R.-J. Xie, K. Toda Luminescence and Display Materials Bioengineering Based on Electrochemistry K. Sode, S. Tsujimura, A. Simonian, R. Mukundan, S. C. Barton, S. Minteer, W. Tsugawa Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Energy Technology, Sensor, ECSJ Bioengineering Recent Advances in the Application of Electrochemistry to Problems in Organic Chemistry and Biology J.-i. Yoshida, M. Atobe, K. Moeller, A. Fry Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, ECSJ Organic Electrochemistry Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry General Session A. Suroviec, P. Kulesza, S. Minteer, P. Atanassov, B. Chin, W.-Y. Lee, D. Cliffel, T. Tatsuma, T. Torimoto, T. Ohno Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Sensor, ECSJ Photoelectrochemistry, KECS Physical Electrochemistry Division

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Abst 3128-3131 Abst 3132-3135 318 B, 3rd Floor Posters 31363164 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor Posters 31823192 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

Abst 3165-3174 318 B, 3rd Floor

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Abst 3236-3241 Abst 3242-3246 319 A/B, 3rd Floor Posters 32473261 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

Abst 3262-3267 Abst 3268-3273 319 A/B, 3rd Floor

Abst 3400-3408 323 B, 3rd Floor

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Molten Salts and Ionic Liquids 20 L. Haverhals, R. Mantz, P. Trulove, M. Ueda, M. Carter, E. Biddinger, A. Suroviec, S. Mukerjee, W. Reichert, F. Endres, A. Bund, A. Ispas, D. Fox Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrodeposition, Energy Technology, Sensor, ECSJ Molten Salt Electrode Processes 11 A. Hillier, S. Mukerjee, N. Hoshi, F. Matsumoto Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Energy Technology, ECSJ Interfacial Electrochemistry, ECSJ Molecular Functional Electrode Photocatalysts, Photoelectrochemical Cells, and Solar Fuels 7 N. (Nick) Wu, D. Chu, P. Kulesza, K. T. Nam, H. Park, V. Subramanian, H. Wang, J. J. Lee, M. Soriaga, N. Batina, T. Tatsuma, B. Ohtani, A. Kudo Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Sensor, ECSJ Photoelectrochemistry, Solar Cell Division of KECS Chemical Sensors 12. Chemical and Biological Sensors and Analytical Systems M. Carter, Y. Shimizu, W.-Y. Lee, T. Yasukawa, R. Mukundan, A. Simonian, A. O’ Riordan, L. Nagahara, O. Niwa, B. Chin, J. J. Lee Sensor, ECSJ Chemical Sensor, KECS Sensor Division Microfabricated and Nanofabricated Systems for MEMS/NEMS 12 P. Hesketh, J.-W. Choi, S. Minteer, A. Khosla, S. Mitra, O. Tabata, R.I. Stefan-van Staden, P. Vanýsek, N. (Nick) Wu, S.-J. Young, H. Furukawa, T. Mineta, F. Hirose Sensor, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, ECSJ Bioengineering Electrochemical Analysis with Nanomaterials and Nanodevices Y. Piao, S. Hwang, I.-S. Shin, G. Diao, J. J. Lee, D. Cliffel Sensor, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, KECS Physical Electrochemistry Division

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Abst 3629-3636 310, 3rd Floor Posters 36373679 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

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Abst 3696-3700 Abst 3701-3708 310, 3rd Floor

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Abst 3758-3759 Abst 3760-3767 306 B, 3rd Floor Posters 37683798 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

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Abst 3807-3812 306 B, 3rd Floor

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Abst 3579-3586 302 A, 3rd Floor Posters 35873594 Exhibit Hall 2, 1st Floor

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Electrochemical Energy Summit (E2S) - Poster Session B. Y. Liaw, A. Weber, H. Uchida, W.-S. Yoon, M. Glick All Divisions, The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ), The Korean Electrochemical Society (KECS)

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Technical Sessions Sunday, October 2

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Highlights 0955h ����������� A03 Plenary Session: 25th Silver Anniversary of Lithium-Ion Batteries, Kalakaua Ballroom A (HCC) 1245h ����������� A03 Plenary Session: 25th Silver Anniversary of Lithium-Ion Batteries, Kalakaua Ballroom A (HCC) 1600h ����������� Electrochemical Energy Summit (E2S) Recent Progress in Renewable Energy Generation, Distribution, and Storage, Kalakaua Ballroom B/C (HCC) 1730h ����������� Electrochemical Energy Summit (E2S) Poster Session, Kalakaua Ballroom B/C (HCC) 1800h ����������� Sunday Evening Get-Together, Kalakaua Ballroom Foyer (HCC)

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Break Nanostructured Organic Positive Electrodes for Sustainable Energy Storage – T. Liu, B. Lee, and S. W. Lee (Georgia Institute of Technology) Self-Polymerized Dopamine As an Organic Cathode for Lithium-Ion Batteries – T. Liu, B. Lee, and S. W. Lee (Georgia Institute of Technology) New Redox Polymer Hybrids: Bridging the Gap Between Li-Ion Batteries and Supercapacitors – J. F. Gohy (Catholic University of Louvain) Formation of Percolating Carbon Networks in Battery Processing and Their Effects on Electrode Performance – S. Morelly, M. H. M. Tang, and N. J. Alvarez (Drexel University) Electrochemical Properties of SurfaceTreated Hard Carbon Electrode – W. Ma, T. Fukutsuka, K. Miyazaki, and T. Abe (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University) Electrochemical Lithiation/Delithiation Process of Si – T. Kondo, N. Aoki, A. Omachi (Ochanomizu University), and K. Uosaki (National Institute for Materials Science)

Li Ion Batteries-Systems, Analysis and Modeling – 13:40 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Vibha Kalra, Venkat Srinivasan and Maureen Tang

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Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Amy C. Marschilok and Karim Zaghib 08:00

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Evolution of Fe-Antisite Defects in Standard Hydrothermal LiFePO4 Synthesis and Their Accelerated Removal with Ca2+ – A. Paolella (McGill University, Institut de Recherche d’Hydro-Québec (IREQ)), G. P. Demopoulos (McGill University), and K. Zaghib (Institut de Recherche d’Hydro-Québec (IREQ)) Layered and Tunneled Manganese Oxides As Battery Cathode Materials - the Role of Electrochemically Active and Inert Metal Cations – A. C. Marschilok, E. S. Takeuchi, and K. J. Takeuchi (Stony Brook University) Novel Vanadium Based Cation-Disordered Lithium Transition Metal Oxides for Li-Ion Batteries – M. A. Cambaz (Helmholtz Institute Ulm for Electrochemical Storage) and M. Fichtner (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany) Electrochemical Characteristics of DenselyPacked Li(Ni1/3Co1/3Mn1/3)O2 Single Crystals As an Additive-Free Electrodes for Advanced Lithium-Ion Secondary Battery – T. Kimijima, N. Zettsu, and K. Teshima (Department of Materials Chemistry, Shinshu University) Investigation of LiMn2O4 Thin-Film Electrode Using Redox Reaction of Ferrocene – J. I. Inamoto, K. Miyazaki, T. Fukutsuka, and T. Abe (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University)

In Operando Structural and Acoustic Analysis of Lithium-Ion Batteries – A. Hsieh (Princeton University), G. Davies (MAE/ACEE Princeton University), M. Wang, and D. A. Steingart (Princeton University) Path Dependence in Lithium-Ion Batteries Degradation - a Comparison of Cycle and Calendar Aging – M. Dubarry and A. Devie (University of Hawaii, Hawaii Natural Energy Institute) Battery Degradation and Cost Analysis of a Lithium Ion Battery System for a 1 MW Green Energy Hub (GEH) – L. Morris Jr. (Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering) and M. H. Weatherspoon (Florida A&M University - Florida State University) Unscented Kalman Filter-Based Online State-of-Charge Estimation in LiFePO4 Battery-Powered Electric Vehicles – B. Huang, C. Wang, Z. Zhu (Harbin Institute of Technology), and Y. Xiao (Prefectural University of Hiroshima) Reconfigurable Battery Pack for a Lithium Based Battery Charger for BMS Applications – L. Morris Jr. (Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering), M. H. Weatherspoon (Florida A&M University - Florida State University), J. F. Stephens (Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering), and P. L. Moss (Florida A&M University - Florida State University)

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Development and Implementation of LithiumIon Battery Performance and Capacity Fade Models for Resource Planning Tools – B. Suthar (Georgia Institute of Technology), M. Scioletti, A. Newman (Colorado School of Mines), and P. A. Kohl (Georgia Institute of Technology) Modeling Volume Change and Battery Performance Due to Intercalation in Porous Electrodes – T. R. Garrick (University of South Carolina), Y. Dai, K. Higa (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), X. Huang (University of South Carolina), V. Srinivasan (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and J. W. Weidner (University of South Carolina)

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Morning A03 Plenary Session: 25th Silver Anniversary of LithiumIon Batteries – 09:55 – 11:20 Co-Chairs: Christopher Johnson and Michael M. Thackeray 09:55 10:00 230 10:40

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Welcoming Remarks (Keynote) Solid Electrolytes and Metallic Lithium Anodes – J. B. Goodenough (The University of Texas at Austin) (Keynote) The Introduction of Intercalation into Battery Science: 1968-1990 – M. S. Whittingham (NECCES at Binghamton University) 25th

Afternoon A03 Plenary Session: Silver Anniversary of LithiumIon Batteries – 12:45 – 15:10 Co-Chairs: Christopher Johnson and Robert Kostecki 12:45 12:50 232

Introductory Remarks (Keynote) Reflections on the Evolution of Metal Oxide Cathodes for Li-Ion Batteries – M. M. Thackeray (Argonne National Laboratory) 13:30 233 (Keynote) Reactions in Lithium Ion Batteries - Focusing on Interfacial Li+ Transfer - – Z. Ogumi (Office of Society-Academia Collaboration for Innovation) 14:10 Break 14:30 234 (Keynote) 25th Anniversary of Lithium Ion Batteries: Carbonaceous Anodes֠ and More ? – M. Winter (Helmholtz-Institute Muenster, IEK-12 Juelich, MEET Battery Research Center, University of Muenster)

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Beyond Li-ion Batteries

Battery / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / KECS Battery Division / Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (CSE) 313 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

Flow Battery 1 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Susan A. Odom, Hansung Kim and Vito Di Noto 08:00

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Exploring High Power Nonaqueous Flow Cell Design – J. D. Milshtein, J. L. Barton (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), R. M. Darling (United Technologies Research Center, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), and F. R. Brushett (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

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Recent Progress in Aqueous Organic Flow Batteries – K. Lin (Harvard Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology), Q. Chen (Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences), E. S. Beh (Harvard Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology), M. R. Gerhardt, A. A. Wong (Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences), L. Tong, R. G. Bombarelli (Harvard Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology), M. P. Marshak (University of Colorado, Boulder), R. G. Gordon (Harvard Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology), A. AspuruGuzik (Harvard Dept. of Chem & Chemical Biology), and M. J. Aziz (Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences) High Capacity Catholytes for All-Organic Non-Aqueous Redox Flow Batteries – S. A. Odom (Department of Chemistry, University of Kentucky), F. R. Brushett (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), M. D. Casselman, A. P. Kaur (University of Kentucky), J. D. Milshtein, J. Kowalski (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), S. Modekrutti, and C. F. Elliott (University of Kentucky) Electrochemical Stability of Bipyridylimino Isoindoline Metal Complexes As MultiElectron Anolyte Materials for Non-Aqueous Redox Flow Batteries – S. M. Laramie, C. S. Sevov, M. S. Sanford, and L. T. Thompson (University of Michigan) Highly Stable Catholyte Based on Vanadyl Acetylacetonate for Non-Aqueous Redox Flow Batteries – S. O. Tung (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor), L. T. Thompson, and J. F. Kucharyson (University of Michigan) Quinone Based Conducting Redox Polymers for Electric Energy Storage – H. Huang, C. Karlsson, A. Gogoll, M. Strømme, and M. Sjödin (Uppsala University) Evaluation of High-Concentration TEMPOBased Electrolytes for Use in Nonaqueous Redox Flow Batteries – J. L. Barton (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), T. Carney, and F. R. Brushett (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Building Stable Radical Cations for NonAqueous Redox Flow Batteries – L. Zhang (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), I. A. Shkrob (Argonne National Laboratory), W. Brogden (University of Michgan), W. Duan, X. Wei (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), R. Assary (Materials Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory), L. Cheng (Argonne National Lab), L. Curtiss (Argonne National Laboratory), F. R. Brushett (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), and L. T. Thompson (University of Michigan) Charge Transport in TEMPO/Ionic Liquid Redox Polymers – C. Karlsson (Uppsala University), T. Suga, and H. Nishide (Waseda University) A Biomimetic Redox Flow Battery Based on a Flavin Mononucleotide – A. Orita (Hitachi Chemical), M. Verde (University of California, San Diego), M. Sakai (Hitachi Chemical), and S. Meng (University of California - San Diego) 73

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Room Temperature, Hybrid Na-Based Flow Batteries with Organic Catholytes and Multi-Electron Transfer Redox Reactions – J. Shamie, C. Liu (Wanger Institute for Sustainable Energy Research), L. Shaw (Illinois Institute of Technology, Wanger Institute for Sustainable Energy Research), and V. Sprenkle (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

Flow Battery 2 – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Susan A. Odom, Hansung Kim and Vito Di Noto 14:00

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Preparation of the Sulfonated Poly(ether ether ketone)/Functionalized Graphene Oxide Composite Membrane for Vanadium Redox Flow Battery – S. Park and H. Kim (Yonsei University) Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Based on Sulfonated Poly(phenylene oxide) for Vanadium Redox Flow Battery (VRFB) – S. H. Roh (Chosun University) and H. Y. Jung (Chonnam National University) Low Cost Membrane-Free Single Chamber Zinc Bromine Battery for Grid-Scale Electrochemical Energy Storage Applications – S. Biswas, A. Senju, T. Hodson, and D. A. Steingart (Princeton University) Design and Optimization of Carbon Foam Electrode for Local Confinement of Bromine in Non-Flowing Single-Chamber Zinc Bromine Batteries – S. Biswas, A. Senju, T. Hodson, X. Yang, B. E. Koel, and D. A. Steingart (Princeton University) Studies of Earth Abundant Metal Complexes for Near Neutral Aqueous Redox Flow Battery (RFB) for Grid Storage – G. Nagasubramanian, E. Allcorn, and D. Ingersoll (Sandia National Laboratories) Tailoring Electrolytes for Redox-Active Polymer Flow Batteries with Low-Cost Reactors – V. A. Iyer, E. C. Montoto Blanco, N. Gavvalapalli, J. S. Moore, J. RodríguezLópez, and K. C. Smith (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

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(Invited) Direct Band Gap Germanium – A. Elbaz (STMicroelectronics, Univ. Paris Sud), M. El Kurdi (Université Paris Sud), M. Prost (STMicroelectronics), A. Ghrib (Université Paris Sud), S. Sauvage (CNRSUniversité Paris Sud), X. Checoury, F. Aniel, N. Zerounian (Université Paris Sud), G. Picardi (Ecole Polytechnique), R. Ossikovski (CNRS-Ecole polytechnique), G. Beaudoin (Laboratoire de Photonique et de Nanostrures CNRS), I. Sagnes (CNRS), F. Boeuf (STMicroelectronics), and P. Boucaud (CNRS - Université Paris-Sud) 09:20 1934 Germanium/Silicon-Germanium Heterostructure Avalanche Photodiodes on Silicon – Y. Miyasaka (The University of Tokyo), T. Hiraki, T. Tsuchizawa (NTT Device Technology Laboratories), K. Wada, and Y. Ishikawa (The University of Tokyo) 09:40 1935 Low Threshold Light Emission from ReverseRib n+ Ge Cavity Made By P Diffusion – M. Yako (The University of Tokyo), C. Park, D. Ahn (Kookmin University), Y. Ishikawa, and K. Wada (The University of Tokyo) 10:00 Break Optoelectronics II: Emitters, Detectors, Integration – 10:10 – 11:50 Co-Chair: Gianlorenzo Masini 10:10

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SiGe, Ge, and Related Materials: Materials, Processing, and Devices 7

Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology / The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) 320, Hawai’i Convention Center

Optoelectronics I: Emitters and Detectors – 08:20 – 10:10 Co-Chair: Gianlorenzo Masini 08:20

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(Invited) Toward GeSn Lasers: Light Amplification and Stimulated Emission in Gesn Waveguides at Room Temperature – J. Mathews (Department of Physics, University of Dayton, Electro-Optics Graduate Program, University of Dayton), Z. Li, Y. Zhao (Electro-Optics Graduate Program, University of Dayton), J. Gallagher (Department of Physics, Arizona State University), D. Lombardo (Electro-Optics Graduate Program, University of Dayton), I. Agha (Electro-Optics Graduate Program, University of Dayton, Department of Physics, University of Dayton), J. Menendez (Department of Physics, Arizona State University), and J. Kouvetakis (Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Arizona State Univ.)

(Invited) Fabrication of Ge Waveguides by Epitaxial Lateral Overgrowth toward Monolithic Integration of Light Sources – K. Oda, T. Okumura, J. Kasai (Hitachi Ltd., Research & Development Group), S. Kako, S. Ishida, S. Iwamoto, and Y. Arakawa (Institute of Industrial Science, the University of Tokyo) Doping Effects in Direct Bandgap GeSn Light Emitter – D. Stange (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH), N. von den Driesch (Forschungszentrum Juelich), E. Marin (Paul Scherrer Institut), S. Roesgaard (Aarhus University, Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH), Z. Ikonic (University of Leeds), J. M. Hartmann (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEALETI, MINATEC Campus, CEA-LETI, Minatec Campus, Grenoble, France), S. Mantl (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), H. Sigg (Paul Scherrer Institut), D. Grützmacher, and D. Buca (Forschungszentrum Juelich) (Invited) SiOxNy Back-End Integration Technologies for Heterogeneously Integrated Si Platform – H. Nishi, T. Tsuchizawa, T. Kakitsuka, K. Hasebe, K. Takeda, T. Hiraki, T. Fujii, T. Yamamoto, and S. Matsuo (NTT Corporation) Power-Dependent Transient Optical Gain Study on Direct Gap GeSn Crystallized on Amorphous Layers – X. Wang, H. Li, and J. Liu (Dartmouth College)

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(Invited) Development of SiGeSn Technique Towards Mid-Infrared Devices in Silicon Photonics – S. Q. Yu, A. Mosleh (University of Arkansas), W. Du (University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff), J. Margetis, J. Tolle (ASM America), G. Sun, R. Soref (University of Massachusetts Boston), H. A. Naseem (University of Arkansas), M. Mortazavi (University of Arkansas at Pine Bluf), S. AlKabi, S. Ghetmiri, H. Tran, T. Pham, and B. Alharthi (University of Arkansas) (Invited) GeSn Short-Wave Infrared Photodetectors – B. Cheng, Z. Liu, J. Zheng, W. Wu, C. Xue, and Q. Wang (Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences) Mid-Infrared Sensing Using Heavily Doped Germanium Plasmonics on Silicon Substrates – L. Baldassarre (Sapienza Università di Roma), E. Sakat, J. Frigerio (Politecnico di Milano), A. Samarelli (University of Glasgow), V. Giliberti (Sapienza Universita’ di Roma), G. Pellegrini (Politecnico di Milano), K. Gallacher (University of Glasgow), M. Fischer, D. Brida (University of Konstanz), G. Isella, P. Biagioni (Politecnico di Milano), D. J. Paul (University of Glasgow), and M. Ortolani (Sapienza Universita’ di Roma) Mid-Infrared Intersubband Absorption from p-Ge Quantum Wells Grown on Si Substrates – K. Gallacher (University of Glasgow), A. Ballabio (Politecnico di Milano), R. Millar (University of Glasgow), J. Frigerio (Politecnico di Milano), A. Bashir, I. MacLaren (University of Glasgow), G. Isella (Politecnico di Milano), M. Ortolani (Sapienza Universita’ di Roma), and D. J. Paul (University of Glasgow) Break

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Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / ECSJ Fuel Cells / Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (CSE) 316 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

A-01 Cell Performance 2 – 07:40 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Jean St-Pierre and Aimy Bazylak 07:40

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Sb Doped GeSn Growth by MOCVD with Newly Employed Source Gases – K. Suda, N. Sawamoto (Meiji University), H. Machida, M. Ishikawa, H. Sudoh (Gas-phase Growth Ltd.), Y. Ohshita (Toyota Technological Institute), K. Usuda (Toshiba Corporation), I. Hirosawa (Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research Institute), and A. Ogura (Meiji University) Si-Based Ge and GeSn Material Epitaxy and Thermal Stability Characterization – C. Xue, X. Zhang, H. Cong, B. Cheng, and Q. Wang (Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences) Laterial Growth of High Quality GeSn Layers on Si Using Tin As Catalysts – C. Li (Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences), K. Yu (Institute of Semiconductor, Chinese Academy of Sciences), and B. Cheng (Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences) High Sn-Content GeSn on Insulator Grown By Rapid Melting Growth – Z. Liu, C. Li, C. Xue, and B. Cheng (Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

Sunday, October 2

Optoelectronics III: Mid infrared – 12:50 – 14:40 Co-Chair: Gianlorenzo Masini

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Operando Resonant Soft X-Ray Scattering As a Spatio-Chemical Characterization Technique for Electrochemistry – I. A. Cordova, C. Wang (ALS - Lawrence Berkeley National Lab), A. Z. Weber (JCAP/ESDRD - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), R. A. Segalman (University of California, Santa Barbara), M. A. Brady (Molecular Foundry, ALS Lawrence Berkeley National Lab), and G. M. Su (ALS - Lawrence Berkeley National Lab) Effect of Flow Field Configuration on Oxygen Transport Resistances in Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell Cathode – J. Karani, U. N. Shrivastava, and K. Tajiri (Michigan Technological University) Relation Between Current Density Distribution in Land-Channel Direction and Presence of Liquid Water in Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell Flow Channel – J. Karani, U. N. Shrivastava, and K. Tajiri (Michigan Technological University) Identification of Polarization Losses in High-Temperature PEM Fuel Cells By Distribution of Relaxation Times Analysis – S. Schindler, A. Weiß, S. Galbiati, F. Mack (Helmholtz Institute Ulm, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), M. A. Danzer (Helmholtz Institute Ulm, University of Bayreuth), and R. Zeis (Helmholtz Institute Ulm, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) A New Membrane Electrode Assembly Structure with Novel Flow Fields for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – J. Park, U. Pasaogullari, and L. J. Bonville (University of Connecticut, Center for Clean Energy Engineering) Optimization of Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells with a Large Number of Degrees of Freedom – P. Andrei (Florida A&M University and Florida State University), J. Lamb (Florida State University), and G. Mixon (Florida State Univesity) PEMFC Reactant Mass Transfer Coefficient Measurement and Separation – Method Extension to the Mixed Kinetic and Mass Transfer Control Regime – J. St-Pierre and T. V. Reshetenko (University of Hawaii - Manoa) Intermission Investigation of MPL Effect on PEFC Cold Start – J. Zhou, X. Xie, and K. Jiao (Tianjin University) Failure Point Analysis of Membrane Electrode Assemblies with Coating Irregularities – A. Phillips, G. Bender, J. Mackay (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), J. M. Porter (Colorado School of Mines), and M. Ulsh (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

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Accelerated Degradation of Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell Gas Diffusion Layers: Mass Transport Resistance and Liquid Water Accumulation at Limiting Current Density with in operando Synchrotron X-ray Radiography – M. G. George, H. Liu, R. Banerjee, N. Ge, P. Shrestha, D. Muirhead, J. Lee, S. Chevalier, J. Hinebaugh (University of Toronto), M. Messerschmidt (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung), R. Zeis (Helmholtz Institute Ulm), J. Scholta (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und WasserstoffForschung), and A. Bazylak (University of Toronto) The Effect of Nitrogen Cross-over on Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell Water Balance Measurements Using Constant Temperature Hot Wire Anemometry – S. Al Shakhshir, T. Berning, and S. K. Kær (Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University) Advanced Characterization of Electrocatalyst Interfaces – Y. Shao, L. Luo, Y. Cheng, M. H. Engelhard, J. Liu, and C. Wang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

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316 C, Hawai’i Convention Center F-01 Alkaline Electrolysis/Hydrogen Evolution – 07:40 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Katherine E. Ayers and Marcelo Carmo 07:40

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Cobalt Phosphide Based Nanostructures As Bi-Functional Electrocatalysts for Low Temperature Alkaline Water Splitting – T. N. Lambert, J. A. Vigil, and B. Christensen (Sandia National Laboratories) A Hydrogen Evolution Reaction Catalyst Using Nickel Phosphides with Mixed Crystalline Structure – G. Liu (South University of Science and Technology of China), J. Xu (Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Science), X. Wang (University of Science and Technology Beijing), H. Li, and H. Wang (South University of Science and Technology of China) Monocrystalline Ni12P5 Hollow Spheres with Ultrahigh Specific Surface Area As Advanced Electrocatalysts for the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction – J. Chang (Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry), S. Li (Jilin University), G. Li, L. Liang (Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry), J. Ge (HNEI, University of Hawaii - Manoa), C. Liu, and W. Xing (Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry) Deposition of Nickel Hydroxide on Pt/C to Improve the Efficiency of the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction in Solid-State Alkaline Water Electrolyzers – G. Wang, J. Parrondo, C. He, Y. Li, and V. K. Ramani (Illinois Institute of Technology) Hydrogen Evolution Reaction on Pt/RuO2TiO2 Electrocatalyst in Alkaline Media – C. He, G. Wang, J. Parrondo, and V. K. Ramani (Illinois Institute of Technology) Novel PGM-Free Electrocatalysts for Alkaline Electrolyzers – A. Serov (Center for Micro-Engineered Materials), N. Andersen (University of New Mexico), M. George, C. Capuano, K. E. Ayers (Proton OnSite), and P. Atanassov (Center for Micro-Engineered Materials) Break

(Invited) Alkaline Water Electrolysis: Achieving High Current Densities – M. Carmo (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH), F. Tigges (Forschungszentrum Juelich), P. Paciok (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH), W. Lüke (Forschungszentrum Jülich, IEK-3), and D. Stolten (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH) Alkaline Water Electrolyzers Showing 1 Amp/ cm2 at Less Than 2 V – R. I. Masel, Z. Liu, and S. Sajjad (Dioxide Materials) Steps Towards Reactive Hydrogen Pumping – B. Fane (University of Tennessee), G. A. Goenaga (The University of TennesseeKnoxville), and T. A. Zawodzinski (University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN) Separation and Characterization of Overpotentials in Electrochemical Hydrogen Pump with a Reference Electrode – Y. M. Hao, H. Nakajima, A. Inada (Kyushu University), K. Sasaki (International Research Center for Hydrogen Energy), and K. Ito (Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kyushu University) Gas Cross-over Mitigation in PEM Water Electrolysis: Hydrogen Cross-over Benchmark Study of 3M Ir-NSTF-Based Electrolysis Catalyst-Coated Membranes – D. Bessarabov, A. Kruger (NWU HySA Infrastructure), S. M. Luopa, J. Park, A. A. Molnar, and K. A. Lewinski (3M Company) Gas Evolution at Porous Electrodes – T. Kadyk and M. Eikerling (Simon Fraser University, Dept. Chemistry) Evaluating Operation Procedures of the Sulfur Depolarized Electrolyser for Hydrogen Production from Water – A. Kruger (NWU HySA Infrastructure), J. A. Kerres (University of Stuttgart, Institute of Chem. Proc. Eng.), D. Bessarabov (NWU HySA Infrastructure), and H. Krieg (North-West University)

315, Hawai’i Convention Center D-01 Pt and Pt-alloy Cathode Catalysts – 08:40 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Shyam S. Kocha and Hiroyuki Uchida 08:40

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The Non-Monotonic Surface Charging Behavior of Platinum: Implications for Electrocatalysis in PEFC – J. Huang (Tsinghua University, Dept. Automotive Engineering, Simon Fraser University, Dept. Chemistry), J. Zhang (Tsinghua University, Beijing Coinnovation Center for Electric Vehicles), and M. Eikerling (Simon Fraser University, Dept. Chemistry) 09:00 2376 Toward Beyond-Volcano-Top Performance in Oxygen Reduction Reaction on Pt from First-Principles and Kinetic Calculations – T. Ikeshoji (TRA Fuel Cell Cutting-Edge Center, Natl. Inst. of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology) and M. Otani (AIST) 09:20 2377 New Insights into Mechanistic Aspects of Oxygen and Hydrogen Peroxide Reduction in Aqueous Electrolytes – N. S. Georgescu (Case Western Reserve University, Department of Chemistry), Z. Feng, J. Xu, and D. Scherson (Case Western Reserve University) 09:40 Intermission

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Considerations of Oxide Species Coverage on the Kinetic Parameters of Pt-Based Catalysts – J. M. Christ (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), A. Kongkanand, W. Gu, S. Kumaraguru (General Motors, Fuel Cell Activities), S. S. Kocha, and K. Neyerlin (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) Carbon-Supported Pt Hollow Nanospheres As a Highly Efficient Electrocatalyst for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction – B. Fang, B. A. Pinaud, and D. P. Wilkinson (University of British Columbia) Investigation of a Correlation Between PEFC Operation Conditions and Electrocatalysts Degradation – A. Hayashi, M. Kitamura, Z. Noda, and K. Sasaki (Kyushu University) Effect of Temperature on Platinum Dissolution from PEFC Catalysts – Z. Wang, E. Tada, and A. Nishikata (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Study on Dissolution Behavior of Pt-M Binary Alloys Under Potential Cycling By Channel Flow Multi Electrodes – A. Ooi (Tokyo Institute of Techonology), E. Tada, and A. Nishikata (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Structural Effects on Oxygen Reduction Activity of Carbon-Free Connected PlatinumIron Nanoparticle Catalysts – H. Kuroki, T. Tamaki (Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology, Tokyo Institute of Technology), S. Nakanishi (Tokyo Institute of Technology), M. Matsumoto, K. Kubobuchi (Devicefunctional Analysis Department, NISSAN ARC Ltd.), M. Arao (Device Analysis Department, NISSAN ARC Ltd.), H. Imai (Device analysis Department, NISSAN ARC Ltd.), Y. Kitamoto, and T. Yamaguchi (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology) Oxygen Reduction Reaction Mechanism of Connected Platinum-Iron Nanoparticle Catalysts Probed By EC-XPS – M. Matsumoto (Device analysis Department, NISSAN ARC Ltd.), C. Yogi (Device analysis Department, NISSAN ARC, Ltd.), M. Arao (Device Analysis Department, NISSAN ARC Ltd.), H. Kuroki (Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology), T. Tamaki (Japan Science and Technology CREST), T. Yamaguchi (Tokyo Institute of Technology), and H. Imai (Device analysis Department, NISSAN ARC Ltd.)

316 A, Hawai’i Convention Center A-02 Modeling – 13:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Sirivatch Shimpalee and Takahisa Suzuki 13:00

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Modeling of Oxygen Diffusion Resistance in PEFCs in the Intermediate Potential Region – T. Suzuki (Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.), H. Yamada (Toyata Central R&D Labs., Inc.), and Y. Morimoto (Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.) Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Oxygen Diffusivity, Solubility, and Permeability in Ionomer on Pt Surface – Y. Kurihara (Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University), T. Mabuchi (The University of Tokyo), and T. Tokumasu (Tohoku University)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

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Multi-Scale Modeling of Transports inside PEMFC By Combining Multi-Phase CFD Fuel Cell Model with Lattice Boltzmann Method – S. Shimpalee (University of South Carolina), S. Hirano, Z. Lu (Ford Motor Company), P. Satjaritanun (Chiang Mai University), S. Ogawa, S. Litster (Carnegie Mellon University), Y. Khunatorn (Chiang Mai University), and J. W. Weidner (University of South Carolina) Direct Simulations of Coupled Transport and Reaction on Nano-Scale X-Ray Computed Tomography Images of Platinum Group Metal-Free Catalyst Cathodes – S. Ogawa, S. Komini Babu (Carnegie Mellon University), H. T. Chung, P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory), and S. Litster (Carnegie Mellon University) Dimensionless Model Analysis of PEFC Cathode – M. Kawase, K. Yamaguchi, M. Kageyama, K. Sato, and G. Inoue (Kyoto University) The Optimization of PEM Fuel Cell Performance Using the CFD Method Combined with Experimental Validation – G. Wei, J. Lu, F. Zhu, Q. Zhang, and J. Zhang (Shanghai Jiao Tong University) A Multi-Scale Modeling Approach to Study and Design PEM Fuel Cells Catalyst Layers with Non-Precious Metals – D. C. OrozcoGallo (The University of Tennessee) and T. A. Zawodzinski (University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN) A Monte Carlo Study on the Effect of Structural and Operating Parameters on the Water Distribution within the Microporous Layer and the Catalyst Layer of PEM Fuel Cells – A. Pournemat, F. Wilhelm, J. Haußmann (Zentrum für Sonnenenergieund Wasserstoff-Forschung), S. Vierrath, R. Zengerle, S. Thiele (IMTEK - University of Freiburg), and J. Scholta (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung) Effect of Catalyst Distribution on Macroscopic MASS Transport Properties of a FUEL CELL Catalyst Electrode: Pore-Scale Modeling Approach – U. Salomov (Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent) and P. Asinari (Politecnico di Torino)

315, Hawai’i Convention Center D-02 Pt-alloy Cathode Catalysts 1 – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Michihisa Koyama and Heine A. Hansen 14:00

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First-Principles Study on Alloy Nanoparticles for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell Catalyst – Y. Nanba (INAMORI Frontier Research Center, Kyushu University), D. S. Rivera Rocabado (Department of Hydrogen Energy Systems, Kyushu University), T. Ishimoto, and M. Koyama (INAMORI Frontier Research Center, Kyushu University) (Invited) Genetic Algorithms and DFT for Accelerated Design of Nanoalloys – P. C. Jennings, S. Lysgaard, V. Tripkovic, H. A. Hansen, and T. Vegge (Technical University of Denmark)

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Performance and Durability of Pt-Ti Catalyst for Oxygen Electroreduction – T. He (Idaho National Laboratory) Electrochemical Performance of Thin-Film Pt3y Electrodes in PEMFC – B. Eriksson (KTH Royal Institute of Technology), N. Lindahl, B. Wickman (Chalmers University of Technology), R. W. Lindstrom, G. Lindbergh, and C. Lagergren (KTH Royal Institute of Technology) Exploring the Lanthanide Contraction to Tune the Activity and Stability of Pt – M. EscuderoEscribano, P. Malacrida, M. H. Hansen, U. G. Vej-Hansen, A. A. Velázquez-Palenzuela, V. Tripkovic, J. Schiøtz (Technical University of Denmark), J. Rossmeisl (University of Copenhagen, Department of Chemistry), I. E. L. Stephens, and I. Chorkendorff (Technical University of Denmark)

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314, Hawai’i Convention Center E-02 Alkaline and DF Cells – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Emory Sayre De Castro and Plamen Atanassov 14:00

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316 C, Hawai’i Convention Center F-02 Electrolysis Cells and Systems – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Bryan S. Pivovar and Hui Xu 14:00

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Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry General Session

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Sensor / ECSJ Photoelectrochemistry / KECS Physical Electrochemistry Division 323 B, Hawai’i Convention Center Oxygen Reduction – 10:00 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Vito Di Noto and Pawel J. Kulesza 10:00

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Noble Metal Nanoparticle for Oxygen Electroreduction: Size, Shape, Ligand and Composition Effects – Z. Tang, L. Wang, H. Yang, Q. Wang, W. Yan (South China University of Technology), and S. Chen (South China University of Technology, Univeristy of California at Santa Cruz) Copper-Modified Covalent Triazine Frameworks As Efficient Electrocatalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reactions – K. Iwase (The University of Tokyo), K. Kamiya (Osaka University, JST-PRESTO), S. Nakanishi (Osaka University), and K. Hashimoto (University of Tokyo) Exploring Selective, Efficient 2 e- and 4 eElectrochemical Oxygen Reduction Using Electrocatlayts Based on Reduced Graphene Oxide – H. W. Kim (Lawrence berkeley national laboratory, University of California, Berkeley) and B. D. McCloskey (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley)

(Invited) Engineering Modeling of PEM Water Electrolysis: A Survey – B. Bensmann and R. Hanke-Rauschenbach (University of Hannover) Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Rationalized Onion-like Non-PGM Catalyst Development for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – C. W. Narvaez Villarrubia, H. J. Yen, G. Chen, H. Li, M. Zhou, Y. B. Jiang (Los Alamos National Laboratory), K. Artyushkova (Center for Micro-Engineered Materials), P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico), G. Gupta (Los Alamos National Laboratory), G. Wu (University at Buffalo, SUNY), and H. L. Wang (Los Alamos National Lab) Non-Precious Metal Electrocatalysts for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction Based on Nitrogen Doped Graphene: Catalysts Development and Electrode Structure Design – K. Miecznikowski (University of Warsaw), B. Dembinska (Department of Chemistry, University of Warsaw), S. Zoladek, I. A. Rutkowska, M. Skunik-Nuckowska (University of Warsaw), E. Negro (Department of Chemical Sciences - University of Padova), P. J. Kulesza (University of Warsaw), and V. Di Noto (Department of Chemical Sciences University of Padova)

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Electrochemiluminescene Resonance Energy Transfer Between Traditional Luminescent Reagents and Nanomaterials and Their Biosensing Application – J. J. Zhu (Nanjing University) and Y. P. Dong (Anhui University of Technology) Structural Manipulation of Carbon Nitride for Electrochemiluminescent Analysis – Y. Zhang (Southeast University) Electrochemiluminescence Microscopy Imaging Using Ru(bpy)32+ Doped in Silica Microspheres – C. Ma and J. J. Zhu (Nanjing University) Enhanced Electrochemiluminescence on Indium Tin Oxide Modified with DendrimerEncapsulated Nanoparticles – J. Kim (Kyung Hee University) Electrochemiluminescent Molecular Sensor for Point of Care Testing for Homocysteine Measurement – I. SHIN (Soongsil University)

Photocatalysts, Photoelectrochemical Cells, and Solar Fuels 7

Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Sensor / ECSJ Photoelectrochemistry / Solar Cell Division of KECS 310, Hawai’i Convention Center

Carbon Dioxide Conversion-I – 08:15 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Nianqiang (Nick) Wu and Ranjit T. Koodali 08:15 08:20 3595

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Welcoming Remarks Effect of Tridimensional Macroporous Copper Electrodes on the Electrochemical Reduction of Carbon Dioxide – J. Sanabria-Chinchilla (Escuela de Química, Universidad de Costa Rica, Centro de Electroquímica y Energía Química) Modelling the Electrochemical Interface: Applications to CO2 Reduction – K. Chan (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Stanford University)

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3597 Cu2o/Nanocarbon Architectures for Photoelectrochemical CO2 Conversion: Synthetic Aspects and Structure-Property Relationships – B. Endrodi, E. Kecsenovity (University of Szeged - Hungarian Academy of Sciences), K. Rajeshwar (University of Texas), and C. Janáky (University of Szeged) 09:20 3598 Role of Metal Nanoparticles in Photo/ Catalytic Activation of Carbon Dioxide – K. Bienkowski, R. Solarska, and J. Augustynski (University of Warsaw) 09:40 Break 10:00 3599 Chopped-Illumination Pulse Frequency Effect on the Product Selectivity of CO2 Reduction at Si Photocathodes – B. Kumar, J. P. Brian, and J. M. Spurgeon (University of Louisville) 10:20 3600 Electrochemical Carbon Dioxide Reduction to Hydrocarbons with a Nickel-Gallium Thin Film Catalyst at Low Overpotentials – S. A. Francis, D. A. Torelli, J. C. Crompton, A. Javier (California Institute of Technology, JCAP), J. R. Thompson (California Institute of Technology), B. S. Brunschwig (California Institute of Technology, JCAP, Beckman Institute MMRC), M. P. Soriaga (California Institute of Technology, JCAP), and N. S. Lewis (California Institute of Technology) 10:40 3601 A Cu-Zn Intermetallic Catalyst Utilized for Electrochemical, Photoelectrochemical and Photocatalytic CO2 Reduction – G. Yin (Tokyo Institute of Technology), H. Abe (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)), E. Sakai, and M. Miyauchi (Tokyo Institute of Technology) 11:00 3602 Characterizing CO2 Reduction Mechanism Using Advanced Synchrotron-Based X-Ray Spectroscopy Techniques – M. Farmand (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Joint Center for Artificial Synthesis), W. Drisdell, C. Wu (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), J. Yano (Molecular Biophysics and Integrated Bioimaging Division), J. T. Feaster (Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering), T. F. Jaramillo (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory), A. Mehta (Slac National Accelerator Laboratory), R. Davis (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory), M. Favaro (Advanced Light Source - LBNL), J. Resasco (University of California, Berkeley), A. T. Bell (Dept. Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, UC Berkeley), J. Guo (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), D. Prendergast (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), and W. A. Goddard III (California Institute of Technology) 11:20 3603 Plasmon-Enhanced Photocatalytic CO2 Reduction Using Colloidal Nanocrystals – E. Creel (University of California, Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Y. Kim (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), E. Corson (University of California, Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), F. Qiu, R. Kostecki, J. J. Urban (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and B. D. McCloskey (University of California, Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

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(Invited) Titania-Silica Mesoporous Materials for Solar Hydrogen Evolution – R. T. Koodali (University of South Dakota) (Invited) Engineering Bismuth-Based Ternary Oxide Thin Films for Photoelectrochemical Water Oxidation – Y. H. Ng and R. Amal (The University of New South Wales) (Invited) Photocatalytic and Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting Under Visible Light Irradiation – R. Abe (Kyoto University) (Invited) Evaluation of α-Mn2O3 As Catalyst for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction in Photoelectrochemical Devices – P. Bogdanoff (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, Institute for Solar Fuels), S. Fiechter (Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin, Institute for Solar Fuels), M. Kölbach (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie), and R. van de Krol (HelmholtzZentrum Berlin, Institute for Solar Fuels) (Invited) Highly Efficient Visible Light Photocatalysis for Hydrogen Production – Y. H. Hu (Michigan Technological University)

Electrochemical Energy Summit (E2S) Poster Session

All Divisions / The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) / The Korean Electrochemical Society (KECS) Ballroom B/C, Hawai’i Convention Center

Electrochemical Energy Summit (E2S) Poster Session – 17:30 – 20:00 Co-Chair: Bor Yann Liaw •

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Evaluation of HEV Batteries for Recycle~Investigation for Practical Use of the Low Capacity Retention Sorting Technology By Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy~ – D. Koba, H. Nishi, S. Ito, T. Yao (Primearth EV Energy Co., Ltd.,), D. Mukoyama, H. Nara, S. Tsuda (Research Organ. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.), T. Momma (Waseda University), and T. Osaka (Research Organ. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.) Influence of Nanopore Size on the Performance of Salinity Gradient Power – S. Tseng (Tamkang University), Y. M. Li, C. Y. Lin, and J. P. Hsu (National Taiwan University) Ionic Current Rectification in a Conical Nanopore: Influence of Salt – S. T. Yang, C. Y. Lin, J. P. Hsu (National Taiwan University), and S. Tseng (Tamkang University) Advnaced Membrane Technologies to Enable Sustainable Energy – A. M. Herring, A. R. Motz, H. N. Sarode, T. P. Pandey, Y. Liu, A. Divekar, V. Nguyen, M. C. Kuo, and J. L. Horan (Colorado School of Mines)

Additional Voltage Loss to Explain an Equilibration Process in Response to a Change in the Anode Gas Using Sm-Doped Ceria Electrolytes – T. Miyashita (Miyashita Clinic) Construction and Optimization of the Dye Sensitization Solar Cell Using a Au Particle and a Natural Vegetable Pigment – M. Komatsu, S. Shinkuma, T. Sakakibara, Y. Okaniwa, and T. Kiyota (Faculty of Science, Tokai University) Fabrication of Tin-Plated Three-Dimensional Copper Nanostructure Using Electroless Plating and Its Anode Performance in LithiumIon Battery – T. Itoh, M. Shimizu, and S. Arai (Shinshu University) Aerosol Synthesis of Mesoporous Carbon Spheres with High Electrochemical DoubleLayer Capacitance – B. H. Min (BHMin) and K. Y. Jung (Kongju National University) Development of Lithium Ion Conducting Glass-Ceramics and Their Properties – T. Katoh (OHARA INC.), K. Nakajima (OHARA INC), and B. Hoffman (OHARA CORPORATION) Characteristics of SrxY1-XTiyNi1-YO3-d anode in Humidified Methane Fuel for IntermediateTemperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – J. W. Yun and E. K. Park (Chonnam National University) Electrochemistry Modeling for Energy Conversion and Storage – C. Lueth (CDadapco) Electrochemical and Impedance Investigation of Ni-Rich LiNi1-x-YCoxAlyO2 Cathode Material for Lithium-Ion Batteries – E. M. Jin, M. W. Lee, and S. M. Jeong (Chungbuk National University) Estimation Technology of Residual Life of HEV Batteries Using Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – S. Ito, D. Koba, H. Nishi, T. Yao (Primearth EV Energy Co., Ltd.,), D. Mukoyama, H. Nara, S. Tsuda (Research Organ. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.), T. Momma (Waseda University), and T. Osaka (Research Organ. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.) Electrospun Polyimide Based Composite Fibrous Separator with High Heat Resistance for Lithium Ion Batteries – S. M. Jo, H. I. Joh, and S. Lee (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) Development of Community Energy Management System (CEMS) to Introduce Next Generation Secondary-Batteries into Market – T. Osaka, A. Sugiyama, T. Yokoshima, H. Nara, D. Mukoyama, H. Mikuriya, M. Jeong (Research Organ. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.), T. Momma (Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University, Grad. School of Advanced Science and Eng., Waseda Univ.), and Y. Mori (Research Organ. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.) The Effect of the Amount of Intercalated LiIons on the Electrochemical Performances and the Color Changes in the Electrochromic Layer – T. Han, H. Lee, S. Kim, M. H. Ryou, and Y. M. Lee (Hanbat National University)

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Hydrogen Trap in Seashells – Y. Kato, H. Tsuchida, K. Dobara, M. Aramaki, and O. Furukimi (Kyushu University) Crystalline Cd3As2 – N. Kouklin, T. Hosseini, and N. Yavarishad (UWM, CEAS) The Importance of Renewable Hydrogen in Decarbonization – K. E. Ayers and N. Danilovic (Proton OnSite)

Electrochemical Energy Summit (E2S): Recent Progress in Renewable Energy Generation, Distribution, and Storage

All Divisions / The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) / The Korean Electrochemical Society (KECS) Electrochemical Energy Summit (E2S): Recent Progress in Renewable Energy Generation, Distribution, and Storage – 16:00 – 17:35 Co-Chairs: Bor Yann Liaw, Adam Z. Weber, Hiroyuki Uchida, WonSub Yoon and Mark Glick 16:00 16:20 4181

Welcome and Opening Remarks (Keynote) DOE’s Efforts to Accelerate Federally-Funded Technology to the Marketplace – R. K. Dixon (US Department of Energy) 16:40 4164 (Keynote) Japan’s Policy and Activity on Hydrogen Energy – E. Ohira (NEW ENERGY & INDSUTRIAL TECH DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION) 17:00 4182 (Keynote) Recent Trend in New and Renewable Energy Generation in Korea and KIER’s R&D Activities – W. Y. Lee (Korea Institute of Energy Research) 17:20 Q&A 17:30 Closing Remarks

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Batteries and Energy Technology Joint General Session Battery / Energy Technology / Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (CSE) 312, Hawai’i Convention Center

Redox Flow Batteries 1 – 08:00 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Ayyakkannu Manivannan and Thomas A. Zawodzinski 08:00

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Block Copolymer Sdapp Membranes for Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries-Strategy to Address Transport and Durability – Z. Tang (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN), C. Fujimoto (Sandia National Laboratory), and T. A. Zawodzinski (University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN) Disulfonated Copolymer Membranes with Improved Selectivity and Lifetime for Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries – L. Semiz, K. Kara (Tobb University of Economics and Technology), M. Sankir, N. Demirci Sankir (TOBB University of Economics and Technology), and E. Agar (University of Massachusetts Lowell) Effect of Membrane Type of the Performance of a Hydrogen-Vanadium Flow Battery – T. V. Nguyen, R. P. Dowd Jr. (The University of Kansas), R. Wycisk, and P. N. Pintauro (Vanderbilt University) Enhancement of Electrode Reactions in Flow Batteries at Finely Etched and Metal Oxide Loaded Graphitized Carbon Fiber – J. Maruyama, T. Hasegawa, S. Iwasaki, T. Fukuhara (Osaka Municipal Technical Research Institute), and K. Hanafusa (Power Systems R&D Center) Fabrication and Characterization of Electrospun Electrodes for Flow Battery Applications – S. P. Liu and J. T. Gostick (McGill University) Break Countering Degradation of Carbon Felt Electrodes in All-Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries (VRFB) – I. Derr (FU Berlin) and C. Roth (Freie Universitaet Berlin) Performance of Vanadium Redox Flow Battery By Using the Electrode with Porous Carbon Nanofiber – H. Ishitobi, T. Yoshida, S. Sugawara, and N. Nakagawa (Gunma University) 81


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Improved Performance of Ti/Mn Redox Flow Battery By Thermally Treated Carbon Paper Electrodes – Y. R. Dong, H. Kaku, K. Hanafusa, K. Moriuchi, and T. Shigematsu (Power Systems R&D Center, Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd.) Activated Carbon Modified Electrodes for Soluble Lead-Acid Flow Batteries – H. L. Tang (Dept of Bio-Industrial Mechatronics Eng Nat’l Taiwan Univ) and H. Y. Chen (Dept. of Bio-Industrial Mechatronics Eng., NTU) Rde Kinetic Study of V(IV)/V(V) and V(II)/V(III) Reactions on Thermally Activated and Non-Activated Carbon Felts – Y. Li, J. Parrondo, and V. K. Ramani (Illinois Institute of Technology) Characterization of Carbon Materials for Redox Flow Battery Electrodes By PotentialStep Coulometry – Y. Sato, A. Narita, Y. Kaneko, A. Negishi, K. Nozaki, and T. Kato (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Sci. Technol.) Effect of Carbon Substrate Pretreatment on the Ecsa and Activity of RhxSy/C Catalyst – Y. Li (University of Kansas) and T. V. Nguyen (The University of Kansas) A New Process to Synthesize the Rh2S3 Precursor for RhxSy Catalyst for HER/HOR in HBr Solution – Y. Li (University of Kansas) and T. V. Nguyen (The University of Kansas)

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Stability of Catholytes in Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries and the Kinetics of Precipitation of VV – D. Oboroceanu, N. Quill, C. Lenihan, D. Ní Eidhin, S. P. Albu, R. P. Lynch, and D. N. Buckley (Department of Physics and Energy, University of Limerick) Solid Dispersion Flow Battery Particle Synthesis and Electrochemical Characterization – G. Koenig (University of Virginia) Non-Aqueous Redox Flow Batteries Based on Polyoxometalates – J. J. J. Chen (University of Michigan - Ann Arbor) and M. A. Barteau (University of Michigan) Organic Redox Flow Batteries for Large-Scale Energy Storage – L. Hoober-Burkhardt, B. Yang (University of Southern California), S. Krishnamoorthy (University of southern california), A. Murali, G. K. S. Prakash, and S. R. Narayanan (University of Southern California) Copper Bromide Chemistry Analysis for Use in Large Scale Energy Storage and Beyond – E. A. Stricker (Case Western Reserve University), J. S. Wainright, and R. F. Savinell (Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA)

Welcoming Remarks (Invited) In-Situ Analysis of Lithium Ion Batteries – Z. Ogumi (Office of SocietyAcademia Collaboration for Innovation) (Invited) From Solid State Chemistry to Battery Materials Electrochemistry: A Tool for Solid State Chemistry – C. Delmas Sr. (ICMCB - CNRS) Intermission (Invited) Beyond Lithium Ion Batteries – K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory, Chemical Sciences/Engineering Division, ANL), Z. Chen, and J. Lu (Argonne National Laboratory) (Invited) Tribute to Prof. Zempachi Ogumi : In Operando Studies and in Situ Techniques for Li-Ion and Lithium Metal Polymer Batteries – K. Zaghib (Institut de Recherche d’HydroQuébec (IREQ)), H. Marceau, P. Hovington, Z. Wen, C. Kim, M. Trudeau, R. Veillette, D. Laul, A. Paolella, M. Lagace (HydroQuebec), M. Chaker (INRS), A. Vijh, A. Guerfi (HydroQuebec), A. Mauger, C. M. Julien (CNRS), and M. Armand (CIC)

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in-Operando Imaging Studies on Dynamics of Sulfur/Polysulfides in Li-S Batteries – N. L. Wu (National Taiwan University) Imaging the Surface of LiMn2O4 with LowDose STEM – C. D. Amos, P. J. Ferreira, and J. B. Goodenough (The University of Texas at Austin) Examining Electrical Properties of Solid Electrolyte Interface on Silicon Electrodes – C. Ban (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), S. B. Son (Seoul National University), K. Hurst (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), and C. Jiang (National Renewable Energy Lab) Using Thin Films to Study Capacity Fade Mechanisms Observed in Conventional LiV3O8 cathodes – A. K. Kercher (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), V. S. V. Sarbada (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), Q. Zhang (Stony Brook Univesity), K. J. Takeuchi, A. C. Marschilok (Stony Brook University), R. Hull (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), N. J. Dudney (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and E. S. Takeuchi (Stony Brook University) in Situ Transmission Electron Microscopy Studies on Silicon Anodes in Lithium Ion Batteries – H. W. Lee (UNIST), S. W. Lee (Nanyang Technological University), and Y. Cui (Stanford University)

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Single-Crystal Based Diagnostics for Li-Ion Battery Cathode Development – G. Chen, S. Kuppan (Energy Storage and Distributed Resources Division, LBNL), and A. K. Shukla (Energy Storage and Distributed Resources Division,LBNL)

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Battery / The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) 313 C, Hawai’i Convention Center

Lithium-ion Batteries - Strategies for Success 1 – 07:40 – 11:30 Co-Chairs: Gary Koenig and Karim Zaghib 07:40

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Exhaust Gas Cleaning in the Recycling of LiIon-Batteries – F. M. Stehmann (Institute for Chemical and Thermal Process Engineering) and S. Scholl (TU Braunschweig) 08:00 236 Consumption of Intentionally Added Gas in Lithium-Ion Cells – L. Ellis and J. R. Dahn (Dalhousie University) 08:20 237 Experiments on Distributions of Cycle Degradations of Li-Ion Batteries – D. Sasaki, K. Hiyoshi (Chuo Univeristy), S. Tsukiyama (Chuo University), M. Matsunaga (Chuo University, Japan), and J. Miyamoto (NEC Corporation) 08:40 238 Development for 300Wh/Kg-Class High Energy Li-Ion Battery for EV – N. Kimura, E. Seki, S. C. Shin, S. Takahashi, and S. Makino (Research and Development Group, Hitachi, Ltd.) 09:00 Break 09:20 239 Studies on Alternative Test Methods of Internal Short Circuit Test for Lithium-Ion Batteries in Vehicles – K. Maeda and M. Takahashi (Japan Automobile Research Institute) 09:40 240 Challenges and Issues Facing Lithium Metal for Solid State Rechargeable Batteries – K. Zaghib (Institut de Recherche d’HydroQuébec (IREQ)), A. Mauger, C. M. Julien (CNRS), and M. Armand (CIC) 10:00 241 Toward the Realization of High Energy Density Li-Ion Batteries with Si-Based Anodes and LiNi0.5Mn0.3Co0.2O2 Cathodes – M. Marinaro (Zentrum für Sonnenenergieund Wasserstoff-Forschung BW), D. H. Yoon (ZSW Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research), E. Figgemeier, P. Stegmeier (3M Electronics Markets Materials Division), G. Schmidt (Arkema CRRA), J. Chauveau (ARKEMA), P. Spurk, D. Nelis (Umicore AG & Co KG), P. Axmann (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung BW), and M. Wohlfahrt-Mehrens (ZSW Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research) 10:20 Intermission 10:30 242 Bridging the Gap Between Supercapacitors and Batteries By a New Material Based on Renewable Resource – M. Fichtner (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), P. Gao (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)), Z. Chen (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), Z. Zhao-Karger (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany), and M. Ruben (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)) Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

Controlled Deposition of Li Metal – Y. Li, X. Wang, Z. Wang, and L. Chen (Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences) New Organic Electrode Materials As Cathode and Anode for All Organic Li-Ion Greener Batteries – A. E. Lakraychi (LG2A UMR 7378, LRCS UMR 7314, RS2E, UPJV), J. P. Bonnet (LRCS - UMR 7314, RS2E, UPJV), P. Poizot (IMN, UMR 6502, RS2E,), M. Becuwe (LRCS UMR 7314, RS2E, UPJV), and F. Dolhem (LG2A UMR 7378, RS2E, UPJV)

313 B, Hawai’i Convention Center Cathodes 1 – 07:40 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Christopher Johnson and Dominique Guyomard 07:40

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313 C, Hawai’i Convention Center Lithium-ion Batteries - Strategies for Success 2 – 12:50 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Ying Shirley Meng and Yuegang Zhang 12:50

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Near Zero Volt Tolerant Lithium Ion Cells: Benefits for Safe Storage, Shipping, and Medical Implants – K. R. Crompton and B. J. Landi (Rochester Institute of Technology) A Techno-Economic Assessment of Cylindrical Spiral-Wound Lithium Ion Batteries: Can the Huge Factories Achieve Their Cost Goals? – J. Whitacre (Carnegie Mellon University) and R. Ciez (Carnegie Mellon Univerisity) Light-Assisted Delithiation of Nano-LiFePO4 for Photo-Rechargeable Li-Ion Batteries – A. Paolella (HydroQuebec - McGill University), C. Faure (HydroQuebec), G. P. Demopoulos (McGill University), and K. Zaghib (Institut de Recherche d’Hydro-Québec (IREQ)) Lithium Ion Batteries Made of Electrodes with 99 Wt% Active Materials and 1 Wt% Carbon Nanotubes without Binder or Metal Foils – K. Hasegawa (Waseda University, Tokyo Institute of Technology) and S. Noda (Waseda University)

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Room Temperature Synthesized Hybrid Open Frameworks for Li-Ion Battery Cathodes – S. H. Abdulrahman, S. Y. Al-Qaradawi, E. Deniz (Qatar University), and M. V. Reddy (National University of Singapore) 13:10 257 Solid-Solution Vs. Two-Phase Li-Ion Storage in Nanograined Orthosilicate Cathode Materials – X. Lu, H. C. Chiu (McGill University), Z. Arthur (University of Guelph), H. Wei (McGill University), J. Zhou (Canadian Light Source), D. T. Jiang (University of Guelph), K. Zaghib (IREQ), and G. P. Demopoulos (McGill University) 13:30 258 Cathode Properties of Amorphous XllifFeSO4 (x = 1.0, 1.2 and 1.5) Composite for Li-Ion Batteries – A. Kitajou (IMCE, Kyushu University), J. Arai (Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd.), and S. Okada (IMCE, Kyushu University) 13:50 259 Morphological and Chemical Control of Oxide Cathode Materials Based on Mn – L. Hu (University of Illinois at Chicago) and J. Cabana (JCESR at University of Illinois at Chicago) 14:10 Break 14:20 260 High-Voltage Lithium Metal Phospho-Olivines for Li-Ion Batteries – J. L. Allen, J. L. Allen, S. A. Delp, J. Wolfenstine, and T. R. Jow (U.S. Army Research Laboratory) 14:40 261 Olivine-Based Blends As Positive Electrodes for Lithium Batteries – C. M. Julien (Sorbonne Universités, UPMC Univ. Paris 6, PHENIX, Université UPMC-Paris 6, PHENIX), A. Mauger (IMPMC, UPMC Université Paris 6), J. Trottier (Institut de Recherche d’HydroQuébec), K. Zaghib (Institut de Recherche d’Hydro-Québec (IREQ)), P. Hovington (IREQ), and H. Groult (PHENIX-UPMC) 15:00 262 Three-Dimensional Porous LiFePO4 Cathode Composite Decorated By Nitrogen-Doped Graphene Aerogel for Ultrafast Lithium Storage – B. Wang, T. Liu, G. Liu, L. Wang, D. Wang (Harbin Institute of Technology), and X. Zhao (The University of Queensland, Qingdao University) Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Electrochemical Characterization of Carbon-Coated LiCoPO4 Synthesized By Hydrothermal Method Using Various Carbon Sources – Y. Maeyoshi, S. Miyamoto, H. Munakata, and K. Kanamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University) Li Storage in Olivine Structure LiFexMn1-XPO4 – Y. Y. Xia and K. Wang (Fudan University) Synergetic Effects of LiFe0.3Mn0.7PO4 Spinel Blends: From Proof of Concept to Prototype Li-Ion Cells – A. Klein, P. Axmann, and M. Wohlfahrt-Mehrens (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung BW)

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Alternative Salts, Solvents, and Additives – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Daniel P. Abraham and Marshall C. Smart 08:00

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Electrolyte Systems for High Energy Cells – D. P. Abraham (Argonne National Laboratory) 08:20 530 Low Temperature Electrolytes in High Specific Energy 18650 Li-Ion Cells for Future NASA Missions – M. C. Smart, F. C. Krause, J. P. Jones, L. D. Whitcanack, B. V. Ratnakumar, E. J. Brandon (Jet Propulsion Lab., California Institute of Technology), and M. Shoesmith (E-One Moli Energy, Canada, Ltd.) 08:40 531 (Invited) CsPF6 and Propylene Carbonate in Conventional LiPF6/Carbonate Electrolytes for Enhanced Lithium-Ion Battery Performances in Wide Temperature Range – W. Xu (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), H. Xiang (Hefei University of Technology), J. Zheng, Q. Li, D. Mei, P. Yan, R. Cao, M. H. Engelhard, S. Jiao, S. Cartmell (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), B. J. Polzin (Argonne National Laboratory), C. Wang, and J. G. Zhang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) 09:10 532 (Invited) Structure and Properties of Electrolyte Solutions Based on Fluorinated Alkylphosphates As Nonflammable Solvents for Lithium-Ion Batteries – Y. Todorov, K. Fujii (Yamaguchi University), M. Aoki, H. Mimura (TOSOH F-TECH, Inc.), N. Yoshimoto, and M. Morita (Yamaguchi University) 09:40 Break 10:00 556 (Invited) Fsi-Based Ionic Liquid Electrolyte and Lifsi-Based Solvent Electrolyte for Excellent Lib Performance – M. Ishikawa, M. Yamagata, S. Uchida, and Y. Matsui (Kansai University) 10:30 534 MCMB-LiNiCoAlO2-Based Li-Ion Cells with Methyl Propionate-Based Electrolytes for Very Low Temperature Applications – M. C. Smart, C. L. Fuller, F. C. Krause, J. P. Jones, L. D. Whitcanack, B. V. Ratnakumar (Jet Propulsion Lab., California Institute of Technology), M. R. Tomcsi, and V. Visco (Enersys, Quallion, LLC) 10:50 535 The Effect of Electrolyte Composition and Additives on Lithium Plating during Low Temperature Charging – J. P. Jones, M. C. Smart, F. C. Krause, B. V. Ratnakumar, and E. J. Brandon (Jet Propulsion Lab., California Institute of Technology)

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(Invited) Electrochemical Properties of Graphite Electrode in Propylene CarbonateBased Electrolyte Solution Containing Mg Salt – T. Abe (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University), S. Takeuchi (Theiss Research), H. Song, R. Kokumai, K. Miyazaki, and T. Fukutsuka (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University) Practical Sulfolane-Based Electrolytes: Choice of Li Salt for Graphite Anode Operation – T. Zhang (Helmholtz Institute Muenster/FZJuelich (IEK-12), University of Muenster/ Institute of Physical Chemistry), S. Kaymaksiz (Helmholtz Institute Muenster/FZ-Juelich (IEK-12)), I. De Meatza (IK4-CIDETEC), and E. Paillard (Helmholtz Institute Muenster/FZJuelich (IEK-12))

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(Invited) Fluorinated Electrolytes for 5-V LiIon Chemistry – Z. Zhang, L. Hu, M. He, C. C. Su, and A. Tornheim (Argonne National Laboratory) Development of Novel Electrolyte Additives for Designed Surface Modification – B. L. Lucht (University of Rhode Island) Decomposition of Electrolyte and Composite Cathode Materials in High-Voltage Lithium Batteries – Y. Matsumae, D. Watanabe, S. Terada, R. Tatara, K. Dokko, and M. Watanabe (Yokohama National University) A New Anion Receptor for Improved Interface Between the Lithium- and Manganese-Rich Layered Oxide Cathode and the Electrolyte – Y. Ma (Harbin Institute of Technology, Lawrence Berkeley National laboratory), Y. Zhou (Harbin institute of technology), G. Yin (Harbin Institute of Technology), F. Lin (Lawrence Berkeley National laboratory), and G. Chen (Energy Storage and Distributed Resources Division, LBNL) (Invited) Electrolyte Additives for HighVoltage Lithium-Ion Battery Cathodes – S. Passerini Sr. and A. Birrozzi (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU))

Beyond Li-ion Batteries

Battery / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / KECS Battery Division / Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (CSE) 313 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

Sodium Battery 1 – 08:00 – 12:10 Co-Chairs: Rita Baddour-Hadjean, Hyun-Wook Lee and Claudiu B. Bucur 08:00

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The Gamma-V2O5 phase: A High Voltage Cathode Material for Sodium-Ion Batteries – M. Safrany-Renard, R. Baddour-Hadjean, D. Muller-Bouvet, and J. P. Pereira-Ramos (ICMPE-CNRS) Tuning V Redox Couple By Metal-Ion Substitution in Na3V2(PO4)3 Cathode Material for High Energy Density Na-Ion Batteries – D. Sohn, S. J. Lim, D. H. Nam, K. S. Hong, T. H. Kim, and H. Kwon (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

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Sodium Insertion/Extraction in Carbon-Coated Nanoscale Anatase TiO2 – C. Ding (Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University), T. Nohira (Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto University), and R. Hagiwara (Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University) Electrochemically Synthesized Sn Nanodendrites As High-Performance Na-Ion Batteries Anodes – T. H. Kim, D. H. Nam, K. S. Hong, D. Sohn, E. Cho, and H. Kwon (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Novel Potassium Titanate As Potential Anodes for Sodium Ion Battery – Q. Zhang and H. Li (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) Ultrafine Nb2O5 Nanocrystal Coating on Reduced Graphene Oxide As Anode Materials for Sodium Ion Battery – L. Yan, G. Chen, and H. Luo (New Mexico State University) Intermission Synthesis of Porous Sn4P3-C Nanospheres As an Ultra- Stable and High Capacity Anode Material for Sodium-Ion Battery – J. Choi, W. S. Kim, and S. H. Hong (Seoul National University) Charge-Discharge Properties of HC/NaCrO2 Full-Cells Using Na[FSA]-[C3C1pyrr][FSA] Ionic Liquid Electrolytes – T. Yamamoto, K. Mitsuhashi, K. Matsumoto (Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University), T. Nohira (Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto University), R. Hagiwara (Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University), A. Fukunaga, S. Sakai, and K. Nitta (Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd.) in-Operando EC-STM, XRD and Eqcm Studies on the Formation of Ternary Na Graphite-Intercalation-Compounds – L. Seidl (Technische Universität München), N. Bucher (Technische Universität München, Germany), S. Hartung (TUM CREATE, Singapore.), S. Martens, O. Schneider, and U. Stimming (Technische Universität München) Investigation on Improved Electrochemical Performance of Layered Sodium Manganese Oxide By Partial Transformation of P2-Phase to O3-Phase for Sodium Ion Battery – J. Yang and Y. M. Kang (Dept. of Energy and Materials Eng., Dongguk University) Substituent Effects on Redox Potential of Organic Electrode Materials in Li/Na Rechargeable Batteries: Electronic Effects Vs. Cation-Substituents Interaction – S. Lee, J. Hong, J. E. Kown (Seoul National University), S. Y. Park (SNU), and K. Kang (Seoul National University) Synthesis and Electrochemical Performance of CuxSy Miro-Sphere As an Anode Material for Sodium Ion Battery – D. Shin, H. Park (Hanyang University), T. Song (Yeungnam University), Y. Kim (UNIST), and U. Paik (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University)

Sodium Battery 2 – 13:40 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Rita Baddour-Hadjean, Hyun-Wook Lee and Claudiu B. Bucur 13:40

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Divalent Tin Oxide (SnO) Carbon Composite As Superior Anode in Sodium-Ion Batteries – D. Zhou and C. Johnson (Argonne National Laboratory) Electrochemical Properties of Composites of Sodium Peroxide(Na2O2) and Transition Metal Oxide (MnOx) As a Positive Electrode Material for the Sodium Ion Battery – R. Kataoka, T. Kiyobayashi, and N. Takeichi (AIST) NaCrO2 Cathode for High-Rate SodiumIonbatteries – S. T. Myung, J. S. Park (Sejong University), H. G. Jung, K. Y. Chung (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), D. Aurbach (Bar-Ilan University), C. Y. Yu (Sejong University), and Y. K. Sun (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University) Crystal Structure of Na2Fe2(MoO4)3 As a Positive Material for Sodium-Ion Batteries: Determination of the Inserted Sodium-Ion Positions from Powder X-Ray Diffraction Data – J. W. Heo and S. T. Hong (DGIST) Prussian Blue Analogue Materials for SodiumIon Batteries – H. W. Lee (UNIST) and Y. Cui (Stanford University) In Searching for Electrolyte Compatible with NaMnO2 Cathode Material in Sodium Ion Battery – T. Ma (Argonne National Laboratory, University of Rochester), G. L. Xu, Y. Li (Argonne National Laboratory), B. Song (University of Illinois at Chicago), X. Zeng, C. Sun (Argonne National Laboratory), Y. Ren (Argonne National Laboratory, Advanced Photon Source), S. M. Heald (X-ray Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory), J. Jorne (University of Rochester), R. Shahbazian-Yassar (University of Illinois at Chicago), K. Amine, and Z. Chen (Argonne National Laboratory) New Carbon Materials with Large Closed Pore Volume for the Anode of High Energy Na-Ion Batteries – A. Kano, T. Okano, N. Hojo, S. Ito, M. Fujimoto, and K. Nakura (Panasonic Corporation)

Electrochemical Capacitors and Related Devices: Fundamentals to Applications

Battery / Energy Technology / ECSJ Capacitor Technology / KECS Supercapacitor Division / Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (CSE) 317 B, Hawai’i Convention Center

Pseudocapacitance I – 07:55 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Jeffrey W. Long, Daniel Bélanger and Andrea Balducci 07:55 08:00 931

Welcoming Remarks (Invited) The Development of Pseudocapacitance in Oxide Materials – B. Dunn (University of California - Los Angeles)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Vanadium Nitride Electrodes: Limitations and Practical Use in Electrochemical Capacitors – T. Brousse (Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel, University of Nantes, RS2E), A. Morel (IMN, CNRS/University of Nantes, Université du Québec à Montréal), D. Bélanger (Université du Québec à Montréal), and Y. Borjon-Piron (IMN, CNRS/University of Nantes) High-Performance Hybrid Supercapacitor with 3D Hierarchical Porous Flower-like Layered Double Hydroxide Grown on Nickel Foam As Binder-Free Electrode – L. Zhang, K. S. Hui (Hanyang University), K. N. Hui (Institute of Applied Physics and Materials Engineering), and H. Lee (Hanyang University) New Colloidal Techniques for the Fabrication of Manganese Dioxide-Carbon Nanotube Electrodes of Supercapacitors – I. Zhitomirsky (McMaster University) Break

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Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

Pseudocapacitance and Excellent Cyclability of Quinones on 2D Graphene – M. Boota (Drexel University), C. Chen (Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Drexel University), M. Bécuwe (Laboratoire de Réactivité et Chimie des Solides, UMR 7314), L. Miao (Huazhong University of Science and Technology), and Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University) Understanding Pseudocapacitive Charge Storage in Transition Metal Oxides from Fundamental Interfacial Processes to 3D Electrode Design – J. W. Long, M. B. Sassin, C. N. Chervin, J. F. Parker (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), J. M. Wallace (Nova Research Inc.), and D. R. Rolison (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory)

(Invited) Wafer Level Fabrication Process of High Performance Micro-Supercapacitors – K. Robert (IEMN UMR CNRS 8520), E. Eustache (RS2E FR CNRS 3459, France), K. Brousse, P. Huang (CIRIMAT UMR CNRS 5085), C. Douard (IMN UMR CNRS 6502), M. Brachet, J. Le Bideau (IMN, CNRS/ University of Nantes), B. Daffos (CIRIMAT UMR CNRS 5085), P. L. Taberna Sr. (RS2E FR CNRS 3459), P. Simon (CIRIMAT-CNRS, University of Toulouse III Paul Sabatier), T. Brousse (Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel, University of Nantes), and C. Lethien (IEMN UMR CNRS 8520, RS2E FR CNRS 3459) Printable Micro-Supercapacitor with Ni@ MnO2 Dendritical Core-Shell Nanostructure and Pattern Design for Flexible Electronic Applications – Y. Lin, Y. Gao (HKUST), and Z. Fan (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) 3D Printed Structural Pseudocapacitors - a Multi-Scale X-Ray Tomography Study – X. Liu (Imperial College London), R. Jervis (University College London), R. C. Maher (Imperial College), I. Villar-Garcia, M. Naylor-Marlow (Imperial College London), P. R. Shearing (University College London), M. Ouyang (Imperial College London), L. F. Cohen (Imperial College), N. P. Brandon, and B. Wu (Imperial College London) Simple and Versatile Fabrication of 3D MicroSupercapacitors Using Pneumatic Printing Combined with Intense Pulsed White Light – C. Song, H. S. Kim, and H. Ahn (Hanyang University)

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Introductory Remarks (Keynote) Recent Progress in Nanoscale Understanding of Surface Oxide Film Formation, Properties and Breakdown on Metals and Alloys Using in Situ and Ex Situ Characterization Methods – P. Marcus (CNRS - Chimie ParisTech) Connection Between Atomic Scale Characterization and Electrochemical Behavior during Passivation of Single Crystals on Ni-Cr and Ni-Cr-Mo Alloys – K. Gusieva, K. Lutton, G. Ramalingam, P. Reinke (University of Virginia), X. X. Yu, A. Gulec, L. Marks (Northwestern University), E. Zeitchick, J. Pereezko (University of Wisconsin-Madison), and J. Scully (University of Virginia) 3D Impedance Spectroscopy: Analysis of Formation of Chromate Film – Y. Hoshi, Y. Endo, I. Shitanda, and M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science) (Invited) STEM / EELS Characterization of Passive Films Formed on Stainless Steels – S. Fujimoto (Osaka University), A. Kawano (Nissin-Steel Co., Ltd), H. Tsuchiya (Osaka University), and M. Saito (Nisshin Steel CO., Ltd.) Break

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Oxide Characterization and Modelling 1 – 08:00 – 10:10 Co-Chairs: Achim Walter Hassel and Hiroki Habazaki

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(Invited) Passivity and Localized Corrosion of Stainless Steels in Energy-Related Applications – S. Virtanen (University of Erlangen) (Invited) Liquid Phase Ion-Gun Technique for Degradation and Evaluation of Oxide Films – K. Fushimi (Hokkaido University) Effect of Cr Content on Pit Initiation Behavior at MnS Inclusions in Fe-Cr Steels – S. Asano, I. Muto, Y. Sugawara, and N. Hara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University)

Effects of Applied Strain and Sensitization on SCC Behavior of 304 Stainless Steel in Atmospheric Corrosion Environments – E. Tada, K. Nakao, S. Yamada, and A. Nishikata (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Microelectrochemical Investigation of Atmospheric Aging Effect on Pitting Corrosion Resistance at Manganese Sulfide Inclusion in Type 304 Stainless Steel – A. Chiba (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)), I. Muto, Y. Sugawara, and N. Hara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University) Recovery of the Pitting Corrosion Resistance for a Sensitized Duplex Stainless Steel Using Interstitial Hardening – N. R. Tailleart, F. J. Martin, R. Rayne (US Naval Research Laboratory), R. Bayles (Naval Research Laboratory), A. Rubinoff (Excet, Inc.), L. Levenberry (Leidos, Inc.), and P. M. Natishan (Naval Research Laboratory) Grain-Dependent Reduction of ThermallyOxidized Iron Surface Observed By In Situ 2D Ellipsometry – Y. Takabatake, Y. Kitagawa, T. Nakanishi, Y. Hasegawa, and K. Fushimi (Hokkaido University)

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(Keynote) Optical in-Situ Detection of Passive Oxides on Metals – T. Ohtsuka (Hokkaido University) Investigation of Structural Change of Rust Layer of Steels during Wet and Dry Cycles By Synchrotron Radiation and Neutron Beams – T. Nakayama (Kobe Steel, Ltd.) The Kinetics of the Metastable Pit Nucleation on Metal Surfaces – P. Lu (University of California, Berkeley), G. Engelhardt (OLI Systems, Inc.), and D. D. Macdonald (University of California at Berkeley) Analysis of the Passivation and Local Dissolution of Ni-Cr-Based Alloys Using the Cabrera-Mott and Point Defect Models – K. Lutton, K. Gusieva, and J. Scully (University of Virginia) Opto-Electrochemical Spectroscopy – K. Habib (KISR)

High Temperature Corrosion and Materials Chemistry 12

High Temperature Materials / Corrosion / ECSJ Battery 327, Hawai’i Convention Center

Thermodynamic Aspects of Ionic Materials – 08:35 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Elizabeth J. Opila and Michael McNallan 08:35 08:40 1212

Welcoming Remarks Exploration of Novel Oxide Cathode Materials for Proton-Conducting Solid Oxide Fuel Cell: Phase Relation in the Ba(Zr, Y)O3-Ba(Co, Y) O3-Ba(Fe, Y)O3 System – H. Uehara and S. Yamaguchi (The University of Tokyo)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Origin of Compositional Instability for a-Site/B-Site Rich La0.6Sr0.4Co0.2Fe0.8O3−D (LSCF6428) Under Oxygen Potential Gradient – X. WANG (Tohoku University, Japan), T. Miyazaki (School of Engineering, Tohoku University), K. Yashiro (Tohoku University, Japan), S. I. Hashimoto (Tohoku University), and T. Kawada (Tohoku University, Japan) Dissociation Oxygen Partial Pressure of CaPd3O4 from 1023 to 1328 K – K. Kawamura and Y. Yuasa (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Break Thermochemical Investigations on Functional Energy Storage Materials – T. Markus (Mannheim University of Applied Sciences) Experimentally Determined Ti-Al-Cl Phase Diagram at T = 150 to 400 – E. Copland (CSIRO Manufacturing Flagship) and N. Webster (CSIRO Minerals Resources) Chlorosilane Interactions with Iron at High Temperatures – J. L. Aller, R. Mason, M. Baber, G. Tatar, K. Ellingwood (Montana State University), N. S. Jacobson (NASA Glenn Research Center), and P. E. Gannon (Montana State University) CMAS Corrosion of Gadolinium and Samarium Zirconate Pyrochlore Thermal Barrier Coating Materials – J. Fergus, H. Wang, A. Bakal, W. Deng, and K. Roebbecke (Auburn University) Influence of Alkali Metal Oxide on CMAS Damage Progression in Air Plasma Sprayed Thermal Barrier Coatings – Y. Hayashi, S. Lokachari, S. Yamagishi, and M. Okazaki (Nagaoka University of Technology)

Oxidation/Corrosion of Metals - I – 13:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Paul E. Gannon and David John Young 13:00

(Invited) Role of Transient Oxide Scale for Development and Growth of Al2O3 – S. Hayashi and S. Yoneda (Tokyo Institute of Technology) 13:40 1221 Nitridation of a Fecral Alloy in H2+N2 – N. Mortazavi, C. Geers (Chalmers University of Technology), B. Jönsson (Sandvik Heating Technology AB), J. E. Svensson, G. Sundell, L. G. Johansson, and M. Halvarsson (Chalmers University of Technology) 14:00 1222 Evaluation of Corrosion Resistance of Materials for Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Power Plant – S. Y. Lee, H. Chae, S. Seo (Chungnam National University), and Y. Jung (Korea Electric Power Research Institute) 14:20 Break 14:40 1223 Effect of Temperature on Oxidation Behaviour of Ni-Cr Alloys in CO2 Atmosphere – Y. Xie, J. Zhang, and D. J. Young (University of New South Wales) 15:00 1224 Improvement of Oxidation Behavior in Cr(N,O) By Increasing the Oxygen Content – H. Suematsu (Nagaoka University of Technology), K. Suzuki (National Institute of Technology,Sendai College), T. Suzuki, T. Nakayama, and K. Niihara (Nagaoka University of Technology) 15:20 1225 Kinetics and Microstructure of Sulfonitriding of Die-Steels – M. Nanko, K. Horie, R. Nakagane (Nagaoka University of Technology), S. Kadowaki, and Y. Kuwabara (Nagaoka Denshi Co.)

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Corrosion / Luminescence and Display Materials / The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) 326 B, Hawai’i Convention Center

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Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

In Situ Optical Investigation of H2s Impact on Carbon Oxidation in Operating Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – J. D. Kirtley, S. N. Qadri (National Research Council, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), D. A. Steinhurst (Nova Research, Inc.), and J. C. Owrutsky (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory)

Welcoming Remarks (Invited) The Effects of Laser Ablation Texturing and Nanoparticles on Anodic Nanotube and Porous Film Formation – K. W. Kolasinski, D. A. Znamensky (West Chester University), A. S. Ganas (West Chester University, University of Washington), H. M. Snodgrass (West Chester University, University of Chicago), G. J. Sturgeon (West Chester University), and J. L. Hernández-Pozos (Universidad Autónoma Metropoplitana-Iztapalapa) Maskless Direct-Write Etching of Nanopit Arrays in Si – H. Wanzenboeck and E. Bertagnolli (Vienna University of Technology) Precise Structural Tuning of Porous GaN Using Two-Step Anisotropic Etching for Optical and Photo-Electric Applications – Y. Kumazaki, S. Matsumoto, and T. Sato (Hokkaido University) Crystallographically-Oriented Macropores in Multi-Crystalline Zn – M. D. Gerngross, J. Carstensen, and R. Adelung (Faculty of Engineering, University of Kiel) (Invited) Thin Porous Silicon Produced By Metal-Assisted Etching – S. Yae (University of Hyogo)

Fabrication and Characterization 1 – 14:00 – 15:50 Co-Chairs: Klemens Rumpf and Kestutis Grigoras 14:00

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(Invited) Preparation of Ordered Anodic Porous Alumina through-Hole Membrane and Its Applications – T. Yanagishita and H. Masuda (Tokyo Metropoliatn University) Fabrication of Commercially Viable AAO/ Al Composite Membranes By Using PrePatterned Al Substrates – D. Y. Jeong (Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute) and B. Athinarayanan (Koearn University of Science and Technology) Anodization of Al Alloyed with in, Sn and Ag – K. Ramsey, W. Sides, and Q. Huang (University of Alabama) High Resolution Studies of Dealloyed Layers – A. A. El-Zoka, D. D. Perovic, R. C. Newman (University of Toronto), and B. Langelier (McMaster University) Variance-Based Sensitivity of Localized Sulphation to Microporous Separator Properties Using a Distributed Parameter Model of a ValveRegulated Lead-Acid Battery – A. Janse van Rensburg, G. van Schoor, and P. A. van Vuuren (North-West University) 89

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Plasma Nano Science and Technology 1 – 09:00 – 12:10 Co-Chairs: Uros Cvelbar, Mahendra Kumar Sunkara and Peter Mascher

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Challenges in Ultra-Small Device Manufacture – M. A. Morris (Trinity College Dublin) (Invited) The Challenges and Opportunities in Plasma Etching of Functionally Enhanced Complex Material Systems – J. P. Chang (UCLA) (Invited) Multifunctional Materials for Electronics and Photonics – F. Rosei (INRS) Break Self-Aligned Contact Etch Process Optimization with Pulsing Plasma Technology – E. H. Zheng, Y. Y. Zhang, and H. Y. Zhang (Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation) The Application of Advanced Pulsed Plasma in Fin Etch Loading Improvement – H. Zhang (Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation), F. Xiao (Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp.), and Q. Han (Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp.) Initial Transient Phenomena Impact on Plasma CVD of Ultrathin Silicon Nitride and Silicon Carbon Nitride Dielectrics for Nano Devices Cu-Low k Interconnects – S. V. Nguyen (IBM Research at Albany Nanotech), T. J. Haigh (IBM Research), H. K. Shobha, D. Priyadarshini (IBM Research at Albany Nanotech), and D. F. Canaperi (IBM Research) Dummy Poly Gate Removal Scheme at Finfet – S. L. Ji, Q. H. Han, and H. Y. Zhang (Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation)

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Electroless Deposition:Principles and Applications 4: In Honor of Milan Paunovic and Mordechay Schlesinger Electrodeposition / ECSJ Nano-Micro Fabrication 305 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

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(Invited) Radical-Controlled Plasma Nano Processing for Green and Life Innovations – M. Hori (Nagoya University) 14:00 1503 (Invited) Silicon Oxide Films: Plasma Assisted Formation of Nanostructures from Glass to Organic Polymers – R. Foest (Leibniz Inst. for Plasma Sci. and Technol. Greifswald), J. Schäfer (Leibnitz inst. for Plasma Sci. and Technol. Greifswald), J. Hnilica (Masaryk University Brno), and J. Harhausen (Leibniz Institute for Plasma Sci. and Technol. Greifswald) 14:30 1504 (Invited) Atmospheric Pressure Microplasma Jet: Properties and Applications in Synthesis of Nanoparticles – X. X. Zhong (Shanghai Jiao Tong University) 15:00 Break 15:10 1505 (Invited) Microplasmas Technologies for Third Generation Solar Cells Based on Colloidal Nanocrystals with Quantum Confinement Effects – V. Svrcek (AIST)

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Introductory Remarks In Situ-Raman Spectroscopy and Electrochemical Characterization on the Enig Process – A. Accogli, A. Lucotti, and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano) The Spontaneous Deposition of Au on Pt (111) and Polycrystalline Pt – S. Ambrozik, C. Mitchell, and N. Dimitrov (Department of Chemistry, Binghamton University, SUNY) Galvanic Displaced Nickel-Silicon and Copper-Silicon Interfaces: A DFT Investigation – L. Pedrazzetti (Politecnico di Milano), P. Soltani, A. Mezzi, S. Kaciulis (ISMN - CNR), L. Nobili, L. Magagnin, and M. M. S. Tommasini (Politecnico di Milano) A XAFS Investigation of Pt Monolayer on Au(111) Obtained from Displacement Reaction – Q. Yuan (Hokkaido Universiy), S. Takakusagi (Hokkaido University), Y. Uemura (Institute for Molecular Science), T. Wada (Tokyo Medical and Dental University), and K. Asakura (Hokkaido University) Galvanic Deposition of Copper, Silver and Gold on Silicon Surfaces from Fluoride Free Aqueous Solutions – S. S. Djokić (Elchem Consulting Ltd.) Intermission Electroless Metallization of Dielectric Surfaces – V. M. Dubin, A. L. Gindilis, B. L. Walton (NANO3D SYSTEMS LLC), S. R. Bauers (University of Oregon), A. Albrecht (Oregon State University), K. Norelli (NANO3D SYSTEMS LLC), and D. C. Johnson (University of Oregon) Curcit Formation on Glass Substrate Using a Titanium-Copper Oxide Catalytic Adhesion Layer for Copper Plating – K. Okabe, C. E. J. Cordonier, J. Noh, H. Honma, and O. Takai (Kanto Gakuin University) Preparation of High-Speed Signal Transmission Line on Thin Polyimide Layer By All-Wet Process – T. Yokoshima (Research Organ. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.), H. Kagawa (Grad. Sch. Adv. Sci. & Eng., Waseda Univ.), T. Hachisu, A. Sugiyama, T. Osaka (Research Organ. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.), L. Xu, S. Watariguchi, K. Tajima (Meltex Inc.), K. Kikuchi, and M. Aoyagi (Nanoerelctronics RI, National Institute of AIST) An Alternative Pre-Treatment for Metallization of Polymeric Materials and Its Applications – A. V. Oriani (Politecnico di Milano), P. Cojocaru (Solvay Specialty Polymers), and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano) Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Formation of a Hermetic Copper-Glass Joint By Copper Plating for Direct Metallization of Glass – C. E. J. Cordonier, K. Okabe, J. Noh, and H. Honma (Kanto Gakuin University) Co-Ni Electroless Composite Plating of Nanometer-Leveled Diamond Particles on Micrometer-Leveled Plastic Balls and the Application of Thus Prepared Devices to Various Electronics Processes – S. Yoshihara (Utsunomiya University) Environmentally Conscious Pretreatment Process for Plating on PPS Resins – T. Nomura, K. Tashiro, Y. Umeda, H. Honma, and O. Takai (Kanto Gakuin University) Electro-Less Deposition Using Metal Ion Based Reducing Agents: Potential Benefits and Applications in Semiconductor Manufacturing – A. Joi and Y. Dordi (Lam Research Corporation) Low Temperature Electroless Deposition of Hard Magnetic Alloys for the Metallization of Additive Manufactured Functional Microstructures – R. Bernasconi, C. Credi, M. Levi, and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano) Effects of Additives on Ag Nanoparticles Catalyzed Electroless Copper Deposition Using Glyoxylic Acid As a Reducing Agent – Y. C. Chang, S. C. Chou, P. W. Wu (National Chiao Tung University), P. C. Chen (National Taipei University of Technology), M. C. Huang, Y. M. Wang, and C. J. Hsueh (Industrial Technology Research Institute) In Situ-Raman Spectroscopy and Comparison with DFT Computational and Experimental Study of Electroless Nickel Deposition – A. Accogli, A. Lucotti, C. Cavallotti, P. L. Cavallotti, and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano)

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Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Corrosion / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) 306 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy: In Honor of Bernard Tribollet 1 – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Mark E. Orazem and Masayuki Itagaki 08:00 08:10 1676

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Introductory Remarks (Keynote) Interrogation of the Interfacial Capacitance By a Double Modulation Technique – R. Antaño López (CIDETEQ SC), M. Keddam, H. Takenouti, M. Turmine, and V. Vivier (LISE - UMR 8235) (Invited) Synergistic Use of Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy and Photoelectrochemical Measurements for Studying Solid State Properties of Anodic HfO2 – M. Santamaria, G. Tranchida, A. Zaffora, F. Di Franco (Università di Palermo), H. Habazaki (Hokkaido University), and F. Di Quarto (Università di Palermo)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

(Invited) Phenomena in Mass-Transport Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy at Channel Electrodes – T. Holm (University of Victoria, Norwegian University of Science and Technology), M. Ingdal, E. V. Fanavoll, S. Sunde, F. Seland (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), and D. A. Harrington (University of Victoria) Break (Invited) Secondary Modulation in Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Instrumentation – X. Zhang and D. Moosbauer (Gamry Instruments) (Invited) Transmission Line Modelling of Thin Film Graphene Electrodes: Capacitance of Chemically-Derived Graphene in Monolayer State – W. Sugimoto, Z. Lei, T. Mitsui (Shinshu University), and M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science) (Invited) Theory of Impedance Response of Porous Electrodes: Simplifications, Inhomogeneities, Non-Stationarities and Applications – J. Huang (Tsinghua University, Dept. Automotive Engineering) and J. Zhang (Tsinghua University) The Influence of Homogeneous Reactions on the Impedance Response of a Rotating Disk Electrode – M. Harding (University of Florida), B. Tribollet (CNRS-LISE), and M. E. Orazem (University of Florida) The Ohmic Impedance Contribution to the Indirect Impedance Measurement – C. L. Alexander and M. E. Orazem (University of Florida) (Invited) Modeling Current-Distribution Effects on the Impedance of Electrodes Covered with Films – S. Sunde (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) and M. Tjelta (Institute for Energy Technology) (Invited) Characterization of Thin Passive Film-Electrolyte Junctions. Amorphous Semiconductor (a-SC) Schottky Barrier Approach – F. Di Quarto, F. Di Franco, S. Miraghaei, M. Santamaria (Università di Palermo), and F. La Mantia (Universität Bremen)

Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy: In Honor of Bernard Tribollet 2 – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Petr Vanýsek and Omar Aaboubi 14:00

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(Keynote) Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Characterization of Advanced Materials for Energy – T. Collet, D. Van Laethem, X. Zhu, N. Van den Steen, R. Montoya, L. Fernandez Macia, J. Deconinck, and A. Hubin (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, SURF Group) Approximability of Impedance Spectra By RC Elements and Implications for Impedance Analysis – M. Schoenleber and E. Ivers-Tiffée (IAM-WET, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)) (Invited) Linear and Nonlinear Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy: A Data Science Perspective – M. D. Murbach and D. T. Schwartz (University of Washington) (Invited) Thermoelectrochemical Impedance Method Fundamental Aspect and Applications – O. Aaboubi (Université de Reims Champagne Ardenne) 91

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Metallization and Autocatalytic Deposition – 13:30 – 15:50 Co-Chairs: Luca Magagnin and Sachio Yoshihara


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High Purity and High Mobility Semiconductors 14 Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology / The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) 307 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

Opening Remarks – 08:15 – 08:30 Co-Chair: Eddy Simoen 08:15

Welcoming Remarks

Analytical Techniques I – 08:30 – 10:00 Co-Chair: Eddy Simoen 08:30 09:10

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Dielectric Science and Technology / Electronics and Photonics 325 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

Memory – 09:00 – 12:30 Co-Chairs: Daniele Ielmini and John R. Jameson 09:00

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(Invited) Non-Visual Defect Monitoring Based on Surface Voltage Mapping – A. D. Findlay, D. Marinskiy, P. Edelman, M. Wilson, A. Savtchouk, C. Almeida, and J. Lagowski (Semilab SDI) (Invited) Characterization of Interface Defects by the Charge Pumping Technique – T. Tsuchiya (Shimane University) (Invited) Dlts Studies of Defects in n-GaN – Y. Tokuda (Aichi Institute of Technology) Substitutional Carbon Loss in Si:C Stressor Layers Probed By Deep-Level Transient Spectroscopy – E. Simoen (imec), S. K. Dhayalan (IMEC), A. Y. Hikavyy, R. Loo, E. Rosseel (imec, Belgium), H. Vrielinck (University of Gent, Belgium), and J. Lauwaert (Ghent University)

Oxygen in Silicon – 14:00 – 16:10 Co-Chair: Koji Sueoka 14:00

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(Invited) Current Stage of the Investigation of the Composition of Oxygen Precipitates in Czochralski Silicon Wafers – D. Kot, G. Kissinger, M. A. Schubert (IHP), and A. Sattler (Siltronic AG) Practical Evaluation Method of Oxygen Precipitation in the Czochralski Silicon – A. J. Lee, S. Hong, J. Y. Kim, H. B. Kang, and S. W. Lee (Research Center, LG Siltron Inc.) Combined Effect of Rapid Thermal Annealing and Crystal Nature on the Gate Oxide Reliability of Czochralski Silicon – J. W. Shin, W. S. Lee, J. Y. Kim, A. J. Lee, H. B. Kang, and S. W. Lee (Research Center, LG Siltron Inc.)

Investigation of the Composition of the Si/ SiO2 Interface in Oxide Precipitates and Oxide Layers on Silicon by STEM/EELS – G. Kissinger, M. A. Schubert, D. Kot, and T. Grabolla (IHP) Depth Profile Analysis of Metals Gettered By Bulk Micro-Defects (BMDs) in Silicon Substrates – K. Saga and R. Ohno (Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corporation) Development of Silicon Substrate for Advanced Multi-Chip Packaging Process with Enhanced Gettering Ability – J. H. An (Manufacturing & Technology Center, SK hynix Inc., Hanyang University), J. S. Kim, A. J. Lee, H. K. Park, H. I. Park (Research Center, LG Siltron Inc.), B. S. Moon, S. H. Lee (Manufacturing & Technology Center, SK hynix Inc.), and J. G. Park (Hanyang University)

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Conductive AFM Topography of Intrinsic Conductivity Variations in Silica Based Dielectrics for Memory Applications – M. Buckwell, K. Zarudnyi, L. Montesi, W. H. Ng, S. Hudziak, A. Mehonic, and A. J. Kenyon (University College London) Nonvolatile Memory Characteristics of CdS Embedded Zr-Doped HfO2 High-k Dielectric MOS Capacitors – S. Zhang and Y. Kuo (Texas A&M University) Intermission (Invited) Memcomputing (Memristor + Computing) in Intrinsic SiOx-Based Resistive Switching Memory – Y. C. Chen, X. Wu, M. Guo, F. Zhou, Y. F. Chang (The University of Texas at Austin), B. Fowler (PrivaTran LLC), C. H. Pan, T. C. Chang (Department of Physics, National Sun Yat-Sen University), and J. C. Lee (University of Texas at Austin) (Invited) Physical Models of Program and Read Fluctuations in Metal Oxide Resistive RAM – D. Ielmini (Politecnico di Milano) (Invited) Mobile Ions, Transport and Redox Processes in Memristive Devices – I. Valov (Research Centre Juelich, Institut fuer Werkstoffe der Elektrotechnik II), M. Luebben (IWE2, RWTH-Aachen University, Germany), A. Wedig (FZ Juelich, Germany), T. Tsuruoka (NIMS, MANA, Tsukuba, Japan), S. Tappertzhofen (University of Camebridge, UK), T. Hasegawa (Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan), M. Aono (NIMS, MANA, Tsukuba, Japan), and R. Waser (IWE 2, RWTH-Aachen University, Germany) (Invited) Environmental Resistance of Resistive Random Access Memory – K. Kinoshita (Tottori University)

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Atomic Layer Deposition Applications 12

Dielectric Science and Technology / Electronics and Photonics 325 B, Hawai’i Convention Center

Manufacturing I – 08:10 – 10:20 Co-Chairs: Fred Roozeboom and Steven Darrell Marcus 08:10 08:20 1852

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Opening Remarks (Invited) Plasma-Enhanced Quasi-ALE and ALD Processing for Leading-Edge Microfabrication – M. Honda (Tokyo Electron Miyagi Limited), T. Katsunuma, M. Tabata, A. Tsuji, T. Oishi (Tokyo Electron Miyagi Limited.), T. Hisamatsu (Tokyo Electron Limited.), S. Ogawa, and Y. Kihara (Tokyo Electron Miyagi Limited.) Plasma-enhanced atmospheric-pressure spatial ALD of Al2O3 and ZrO2 – Y. Creyghton (TNO Eindhoven), A. Illiberi, A. Mione, W. van Boekel, N. Debernardi, M. Seitz (TNO, Eindhoven), F. van den Bruele (TNO Eindhoven), P. Poodt (TNO, Eindhoven), and F. Roozeboom (Eindhoven University of Technology, TNO Eindhoven) (Invited) Control of Internal Plasma Parameters Toward Atomic Level Processings – M. Sekine (Nagoya University) Break

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

(Invited) Advanced ALD Reactor Designs – S. D. Marcus, J. Mack, V. Vats, Y. Okuyama, B. Nie (AIXTRON Inc.), L. Yang, K. Song (AIXTRON, Inc), G. Kim, S. Nag, E. Kim (AIXTRON Inc.), and Z. Karim (AIXTRON Inc) (Invited) Control of Atomic Layer Reactions in Plasma Processing – P. Ventzek (Tokyo Electron America Inc.) and A. Ranjan (TEL Technology Center, America LLC) Novel Anhydrous Hydrazine Delivery for Low Temperature Silicon Nitride Passivation of Sige(110) – D. Alvarez Jr., J. Spiegelman, R. Holmes, C. Ramos (RASIRC), A. Kummel, M. Edmonds, K. Sardashti, and S. Wolf (University of California, San Diego)

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(Invited) Atomic Layer Deposition: Eye on the Future of Batteries – A. C. Kozen (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), M. Noked, C. F. Lin, A. J. Pearse, K. Gregorczyk (University of Maryland, College Park), S. B. Lee, and G. W. Rubloff (Nanostructures for Electrical Energy Storage (NEES)) ALD Coatings on Lithium Metal for High Energy Lithium Batteries – L. Chen (Argonne National Laboratory, Illinois Institute of Technology) and J. W. Elam (Argonne National Laboratory) Plasma-Enhanced Atomic Layer Deposition of Iron and Titanium Phosphates as Electrode Materials for 3D-Structured Lithium-Ion Microbatteries – T. Dobbelaere, F. Mattelaer, J. Dendooven (Ghent University), P. M. Vereecken (imec), and C. Detavernier (Ghent University) Plasma-Assisted Atomic Layer Deposition of Thin Film Li2CO3 for All-Solid-State LiIon Batteries – N. Hornsveld (Eindhoven University of Technology), B. Put (Eindhoven University of Technology, Imec), W. M. M. Kessels (Eindhoven University of Technology), P. M. Vereecken (imec, KU Leuven), and M. Creatore (Eindhoven University of Technology)

Processing Materials of 3D Interconnects, Damascene and Electronics Packaging 8

Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology / Electrodeposition / The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) 304 B, Hawai’i Convention Center

TSV – 08:00 – 09:20 Co-Chairs: Kazuo Kondo and Gangadhara Mathad 08:00

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(Invited) Ultra Fine Pitch 3D Interconnects – S. Cheramy, F. Bana, N. Bresson, A. Garnier, L. Arnaud, A. Jouve, and D. Lattard (CEA, LETI, University Grenoble Alpes) (Invited) Semiconductor Packaging Technology to Progress the Iot Era – Y. Takeno (Global Net Corp.)

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(Invited) Chloride and SPS Reaction – H. V. Hoang and K. Kondo (Osaka Prefecture University) (Invited) Nano-Structure Controlled Very Low Resistivity Cu Wires By High Purity Plating and Realization of High Performance Lsis – J. Onuki (Ibaraki University) a Study on Via Filling Performance in a High-Aspect-Ratio Though-Silicon Via with Various Conditions of Leveler – S. Jin (Korea Aerospace University, Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH)), W. Y. Lee (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology), D. R. Lee (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH)), Y. J. Lee (Yonsei University), S. Lee (Korea Aerospace University), and M. H. Lee (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology) Effect of Degraded Additives on Under-Fill TSV – S. Ahmed, P. Findeis, C. N. Troung, T. J. Cheng, S. Grunow, R. Rothkranz, J. Oakley, and T. Graves-Abe (GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc) Bottom-up Cu Filling of through-SiliconVia(TSV) with Single Additive – S. Jin, S. Seo, S. Park, and B. Yoo (Hanyang University)

Additive Chemistry 2 – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Masanori Hayase, W.-P. Dow, Silvia Armini and Rohan Akolkar 14:00

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Electrochemical Behavior and Analysis of Organic Additives in Cobalt Damascene Baths – M. Pavlov, D. Lin, E. Shalyt, and X. Yan (ECI Technology) Using a Peg with a Small Molecule Weight to Enhance Copper Bottom-up Filling Performance of through Silicon Via with a Deep and Wide Dimensions – P. T. Chen, W. P. Dow (National Chung Hsing University), and P. F. Yang (Advanced Semiconductor Engineering Group) Effects of Brighteners on Throwing Power and Thermal Reliability of Plating through Holes in a Copper Plating Bath – T. C. Chen, Y. L. Tsai, C. F. Hsu, and W. P. Dow (National Chung Hsing University) Detection of Cuprous Ions By Micro Ring Electrodes on a TSV Side Wall – H. V. Hoang (VNU Univesity of Science, Osaka Prefecture University) and K. Kondo (Osaka Prefecture University) A Novel Bottom up Fill Mechanism for the Metallization of Advanced Node Copper Interconnects – V. Mevellec, M. Thiam, D. Suhr, L. Religieux, P. Blondeau, J. B. Chaumont, and F. Raynal (aveni) The Suppression Induced S-NDR Mechanism for Defect-Free Filling of High Aspect Ratio Features – D. Josell and T. P. Moffat (NIST)

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SiGe, Ge, and Related Materials: Materials, Processing, and Devices 7

Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology / The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) 320, Hawai’i Convention Center

Special Session: Metrology I – 08:00 – 09:50 Co-Chair: Andreas Schulze 08:00

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(Invited) Challenges and Solutions in Metrology for Complex, Confined Systems – W. Vandervorst (imec, Dept Phys KU Leuven) Impurity and Defect Monitoring in Hexagonal Silicon and Germanium Nanocrystals – S. Koelling, R. C. Plantenga, H. I. T. Hauge, Y. Ren (Eindhoven University of Technology), A. Li (Eindhoven University of Technology, Beijing University of Technology), M. A. Verheijen (Eindhoven University of Technology, Philips Innovation Services), S. Conesa Boj (Eindhoven University of Technology, Delft University of Technology), S. Assali (Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Eindhoven University of Technology), P. M. Koenraad (Eindhoven University of Technology), and E. P. A. M. Bakkers (Eindhoven University of Technology, Delft University of Technology) In-Line Critical Dimension and Sidewall Roughness Metrology Study for Compound Nanostructure Process Control By in-Line 3D Atomic Force Microscope – T. G. Kim (imec, Hanyang University), H. Y. Ryu (Hanyang University), A. J. Jo, S. J. Cho, S. I. Park (Park Systems), and T. Vandeweyer (imec) (Invited) Electron Channeling Contrast Imaging: Potential for Future Metrology in Semiconductor Industry – T. Vystavel, A. Prokhodtseva (FEI Company), A. Schulze, and M. Caymax (imec, Belgium) Break

G05 Plenary Session – 09:50 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: David L. Harame and Renata A. Camillo-Castillo 09:50

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(Keynote) FD-SOI: The History from Early Transistors to Today – C. Mazure (SOITEC) and S. Cristoloveanu (IMEP - INP Grenoble MINATEC) (Keynote) FDSOI Past, Present and Future – B. Doris (IBM Research Division, T.J. Watson Research Center)

FDSOI - FINFET1 – 12:40 – 14:30 Co-Chair: Claire Fenouillet-Beranger 12:40

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(Invited) UTBB FDSOI Including Strained Sige Channels at the 14nm Technology Node and Beyond – F. Andrieu (CEA-LETI), R. Berthelon (STMicroelectronics), S. Morvan (CEA, LETI), O. Gourhant, E. Baylac (STMicroelectronics), C. Le Royer (CEALETI), D. Dutartre, E. Josse, and M. Haond (STMicroelectronics) (Invited) Variability and Performance on FDSOI Technology with Strained SSOI Substrate and SiGe Channel – J. Mazurier (CEA-LETI)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Low Power FDSOI Technology and Devices for RF Applications – C. Schwan, K. W. Chew, T. Feudel, T. Kammler, J. Faul (globalfoundries), L. Kang (GLOBALFOUNDRIES), R. Taylor, A. Huschka (globalfoundries), J. Kluth, R. Carter (GLOBALFOUNDRIES), W. H. Chow, S. N. Ong, T. McKay, E. Nowak, J. Watts (globalfoundries), and D. L. Harame (Global Foundries) Improvement of Boron Doping in SiGe Raised Sources and Drains for FD-SOI Technology by Carbon Incorporation – M. Labrot (STMicroelectronics, CINaM, UMR 7325, Aix-Marseille Université), F. Cheynis (CINaM, UMR 7325, Aix-Marseille Université), D. Barge (STMicroelectronics), P. Müller (CINaM, UMR 7325, AixMarseille Université), and M. Juhel (STMicroelectronics) Break

Emerging Applications I – 14:30 – 16:00 Co-Chair: Mikael Ostling 14:30

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(Invited) Negative Capacitance Transistors – S. Salahuddin (University of California, Berkeley) A Computational Study of Tunneling FieldEffect Transistors: Challenges and Design Optimizations – G. Liang and K. L. Low (National University of Singapore) (Invited) Beyond CMOS Spintronics – I. Radu (IMEC)

Semiconductor Wafer Bonding: Science, Technology and Applications 14

Electronics and Photonics / Battery / The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) 308 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

Low Temperature Bonding by Surface Activation 2 – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Helmut Baumgart and Takehito Shimatsu 10:00

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Surface Activated Wafer Bonding; Principle and Current Status – H. Takagi, Y. Kurashima (National Institute Adv. Industrial Sci. Technol. (AIST)), and T. Suga (School of Engineering, Univ. Tokyo) Surface Activation and Planarization with Gas Cluster Ion Beam for Wafer Bonding – N. Toyoda, T. Sasaki, I. Yamada (University of Hyogo), and T. Suga (School of Engineering, Univ. Tokyo) Low-Temperature Aluminum-Aluminum Wafer Bonding – B. Rebhan (EV Group), A. Hinterreiter (CDL MS-MACH, Johannes Kepler University), N. Malik (University of Oslo), K. Schjølberg-Henriksen (SINTEF), and V. Dragoi (EV Group) Ultra-Thick Metal Contact Fabrication Using Surface Activated Bonding – J. Liang, K. Kuruna (Osaka City University), M. Matsubara, M. Dhamrin, Y. Nishio (Toyo Aluminum K. K.), and N. Shigekawa (Osaka City University) Break

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

(Invited) Analysis of Defect Levels at GaAs/ GaAs Surface-Activated Bonding Interface for Multi-Junction Solar Cells – M. Sugiyama, D. Yamashita (School of Engineering, Univ. Tokyo), K. Watanabe (RCAST, Univ. Tokyo), M. Fujino, T. Suga, and Y. Nakano (School of Engineering, Univ. Tokyo) The Roles of Band Bending, Surface Misorientation, and Passivation on Electrical Transport Across III-V Bonded Structures – M. Yee, M. Liao (University of California, Los Angeles), M. Seal (UCLA), and M. S. Goorsky (University of California, Los Angeles) Conductive Semiconductor Interfaces Fabricated By Room Temperature Covalent Wafer Bonding – C. Flötgen, N. Razek, V. Dragoi, and M. Wimplinger (EV Group) (Invited) High Output Power Deep Ultraviolet Light-Emitting Diodes with Hemispherical Lenses Fabricated Using Room Temperature Bonding – M. Ichikawa (Nichia Corporation, FRIS, Tohoku University), S. Endo, H. Sagawa, A. Fujioka, T. Kosugi, T. Mukai (Nichia Corporation), M. Uomoto (FRIS, Tohoku University), and T. Shimatsu (RIEC, Tohoku University) Necessary Thickness of Au Capping Layers for Room Temperature Bonding of Wafers in Air Using Thin Metal Films with Au Capping Layers – M. Uomoto (FRIS, Tohoku University) and T. Shimatsu (FRIS, Tohoku University, RIEC, Tohoku University) Direct Wafer Bonding of SiC-SiC at Room Temperature By SAB Method – F. Mu (The University of Tokyo), K. Iguchi, H. Nakazawa, Y. Takahashi (Fuji Electric Co., Ltd.), M. Fujino, and T. Suga (School of Engineering, Univ. Tokyo)

Heterogeneous & Photonic Integration – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Augusto Gutierrez-Aitken and Karl D. Hobart 14:00

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(Invited) Diverse Accessible Heterogeneous Integration (DAHI) Foundry at Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems (NGAS) – A. Gutierrez-Aitken, D. Scott, K. Sato, B. Poust, E. Nakamura, K. Thai, W. Chan, E. Kaneshiro, C. Monier, I. Smorchkova, N. Lin, D. Ferizovic, X. Zeng, A. Oki, and R. Kagiwada (Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems) Suppressed Self-Heating in Multi-Finger InP-Based DHBTs with Au Subcollector Fabricated on SiC Substrate By SurfaceActivated Bonding – Y. Shiratori, T. Hoshi (NTT Device Technology Labs, NTT Corporation), N. Kashio (NTT Device Innovation Center, NTT Corporation), K. Kurishima (NTT Device Technology Labs, NTT Corporation), E. Higurashi (The University of Tokyo), and H. Matsuzaki (NTT Device Technology Labs, NTT Corporation)

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Au ⁄ SiO2 Hybrid Bonding with 6-μm-Pitch Au Electrodes for 3D Structured Image Sensors – Y. Honda, K. Hagiwara, M. Goto, T. Watabe, M. Nanba, Y. Iguchi (NHK Science and Technology Research Laboratories), T. Saraya, M. Kobayashi, H. Toshiyoshi, E. Higurashi, and T. Hiramoto (The University of Tokyo) Novell Plating Processes for Silicon Based Pixel Detectors – M. Fritz (Technische Universitaet Ilmenau), S. Nieland, T. Wittig (CiS Forschungsinstitut für Mikrosensorik GmbH), and A. Bund (Technische Universität Ilmenau) III-V/Si Hybrid Laser Array with Dbr on Si Waveguide – R. G. Zhao, T. Li, L. Yanping, W. Chen (Peking University), J. Pan (Institute of Semiconductors), and L. Yuan (Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Science)

Thin Film Transistors 13 (TFT 13) Electronics and Photonics 309, Hawai’i Convention Center

Poly- and µc-Si TFTs – 08:00 – 11:10 Co-Chairs: Yue Kuo, Michael Shur and Jun-ichi Hanna 08:00 08:10 2114

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Introductory Remarks (Invited) Present and Future of Ltps Technology – T. Kaneko, T. Nakamura, and H. Kimura (Research & Development Center, Japan Display Inc.) (Invited) Self-Aligned Four-Terminal Low-Temperature Polycrystalline-Silicon Thin-Film Transistors on Glass Substrate Using Continuous-Wave Laser Lateral Crystallization – A. Hara and H. Ohsawa (Tohoku Gakuin University) Microsecond Crystallization of Amorphous Silicon Films on Glass Substrates By Joule Heating – W. E. Hong (Dawon Sys.) and J. S. Ro (Hongik University) Intermission Charge-Trap Inactivation of Multi-Line-Beam Clc Poly-Si Tfts Using Channel Impurity Doping – M. Hiraiwa (Research Institute for Nanodevice and Bio Systems (RNBS)), T. T. Nguyen (Research Institute for Nanodevice and Bio Systems), and S. I. Kuroki (Research Institute for Nanodevice and Bio Systems (RNBS)) Characterization of (100) Surface Oriented Poly-Si Thin Film Transistors with Continuous-Wave Laser Lateral Crystallization – T. T. Nguyen (Research Institute for Nanodevice and Bio Systems), T. Hirata, M. Hiraiwa, and S. I. Kuroki (Research Institute for Nanodevice and Bio Systems (RNBS)) (Invited) Microcrystalline Silicon Based Tfts and Resistors for Reliable Flexible Electronics – Y. Kervran, K. Kandoussi, H. Dong, S. Janfaoui, N. Coulon, C. Simon, E. Jacques, and T. Mohammed-Brahim (University Rennes 1)

Organic and Other Materials Based TFTs I – 11:10 – 12:20 Co-Chair: Tayeb Mohammed-Brahim 11:10

(Invited) A New Materials Concept for High Performance Organic Thin Film Transistors – H. Iino, M. Kunii, and J. I. Hanna (Tokyo Institute of Technology) 11:40 2121 Controllably Aligned Ultra-flexible and Highperformance Organic Single-crystal Arrays Via Surface Mediated Solvent Vapor Annealing for Large Area Soft Electronics – J. Kang, J. Kim, J. W. Jo, M. G. Kim (Chung-Ang University), J. Kim (Hanbat National University), and S. K. Park (Chung-Ang University) 12:00 2122 Ultra-Thin Flexible Electronics with the Enhancement Inverter Based-on Pentacene Thin Film Transistor – D. H. Lee, H. J. Cho, M. S. Kim, J. Oh, E. K. Park, S. Wang, and Y. S. Kim (Sungkyunkwan University) Organic and Other Materials Based TFTs II – 14:00 – 15:40 Co-Chair: Jin Jang 14:00 2123 Investigation of High Current Tetracene-TFT Using Surface Nitrided SiO2 Gate Insulator Film – H. Nakao, K. Hori, Y. Iwazaki, and T. Ueno (Faculty of technology, tokyo univ. of agri. and tech.) 14:20 2124 (Invited) Ambipolar Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Perovskite Tfts – J. Li, Y. Wu, J. Xu, and J. Zhang (Institute of Photo-Electronics, Nankai University) 14:50 2125 High Performance OTFTs with CNT/Metal Hybrid Electrodes and Their Application to Amoled Panel – C. K. Song and J. S. Kim (Dong-A University) 15:10 2126 (Invited) High Performance of Nonvolatile Memory with Van Der Waals Heterostructures of WS2 and Multi-Layered Graphene – E. K. Kim and D. Qiu (Hanyang University)

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Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Electronic and Photonic Devices 9 Electronics and Photonics 308 B, Hawai’i Convention Center

2D Materials - Growth and Device Application – 07:30 – 13:00 Co-Chairs: Hua Zhang and Colm O’Dwyer 07:30

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(Invited) Growth of Transfer-Free 2D Materials: From Controllable Growth to Material Characterizations and Device Applications – Y. L. Chueh (Department of MSE, NTHU, Hsinchu, Taiwan.) Synthesis of MoS2 on Homogeneous Single Layer Epitaxial Graphene on 6H-SiC(0001) – L. O. Nyakiti (Marine Engineering, Texas A&M University, Materials Science and Engineering, Texas A&M University), Z. Robinson (The College at Brockport, Brockport NY), R. L. Myers-Ward (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Naval Research Laboratory), M. Currie, J. K. Hite (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), K. Sridhara, E. Clancy (Texas A&M University), C. R. Eddy Jr., and D. K. Gaskill (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory) Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Silicene Monolayer Growth – M. J. Cherukara (Argonne National Lab), B. Narayanan (Argonne National Laboratory), R. Harder (Argonne National Laboratory Advanced Photon Source), and S. K. R. S. Sankaranarayanan (Argonne National Laboratory) Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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(invited) Metal-Catalyzed Etching of Graphene Layers – G. Cheng (National Institute of Standards and Technology), I. Calizo (Florida International University), and A. R. Hight Walker (National Institute of Standards and Technology) (Invited) Interfacial Engineering of TwoDimensional Nanomaterials: Chemical Functionalization and Scanning Probe Characterization – Q. H. Wang (Arizona State University) (Invited) 2D Material-like Ultrathin SingleCrystal Si Nanomebranes – J. H. Ahn (Yonsei University) (Invited) Physical Properties of Novel 2D Semimetal WTe2: From Microscopic Study to Devices – M. Pan (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) and H. Yuan (Huazhong University of Science and Techlonogy) Low Temperature Synthesis of High Quality a Few PtSe2 Monolayers By Plasma Assisted Selenization Process – T. Y. Su (Department of MSE, NTHU, Hsinchu, Taiwan.), H. Medina, C. W. Chen (Dept. of Mater. Sci. and Eng., NTHU), B. W. Wu (National Nano Device Laboratories, Hsinchu,Taiwan), and Y. L. Chueh (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, NTHU) (Invited) Synthesis and Applications of Novel Two-Dimensional Nanomaterials – H. Zhang (Nanyang Technological University) (Invited) Performance Limit and Potential of Layered MoTe2 Transistors – Y. F. Lin (National Chung Hsing University) (Invited) Multi-Bit Transistor Memories Made from Mechanically Exfoliated WSe2 and Plasma-Doped MoS2 – X. Liang and M. Chen (University of Michigan) (Invited) Diluted Magnetic Monolayer MoS2 Synthesis, Characterization and Device Applications – B. Xiang, B. Zhao (University of Science and Technology of China), Y. Fan (Univerisity of Science and Technology of China), W. Wang, and L. Yang (University of Science and Technology of China)

Nanophotonics and Transparent Materials and Devices – 13:50 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Johnny C. Ho and Qiliang Li 13:50

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(Invited) Nitride Semiconductor Quantum Structures for Novel Nanophotonic Devices – Y. H. Cho (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Low Threshold Single Mode ZnO Nanowire Nanolasers – G. Visimberga (M2I), M. Boese (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and C. O’Dwyer (University College Cork) (Invited) Engineering of Optical Activity of Plasmonic Nanospirals – Z. Huang (Hong Kong Baptist University) (Invited) Flexible Transparent Conductors Based on Metallic Nanomesh – Z. Ren (University of Houston)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

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Low Temperature Grown Graphene on Ultra-Long Copper Nanowire By CarbonEnclosed Chemical Vapor Deposition As Stable Transparent Conducting Electrodes in Harsh Environments – A. Manikandan (Dept of Mat., Sci., and Eng., National Tsing Hua University), H. Medina, Y. Z. Chen (Dept. of Mater. Sci. and Eng., NTHU), and Y. L. Chueh (Department of MSE, NTHU, Hsinchu, Taiwan.)

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 16 (PEFC 16)

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / ECSJ Fuel Cells / Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (CSE) 316 B/C, Hawai’i Convention Center

I01 Plenary Session I – 08:15 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Karen Swider-Lyons and Hiroyuki Uchida 08:15 08:20 2409 09:00

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited Plenary) Honda Fuelcell Vehicle Development and Toward the Hydrogen Society – T. Moriya (Honda R&D Co., ltd.) (Invited Plenary) Challenges in Going from Laboratory to Megawatt Scale PEM Electrolysis – N. Danilovic, K. E. Ayers, J. N. Renner, C. Capuano, L. Wiles, and M. Pertoso (Proton OnSite) Intermission (Invited Plenary) Oxygen Electrocatalysis over Transition Metal Oxides: Combining Electrochemistry with Modeling and in Situ Spectroscopy – E. R. Savinova (UMR 7515-CNRS-Univeristy of Strasbourg) (Invited Plenary) Improving the Catalytic Properties of Non-Precious Metal Catalysts - Milestones in the Development of Me-N-C Catalysts – U. I. Kramm (Technical University Darmstadt) (Invited Plenary) Correlating Structure and Chemistry of PEM Fuel Cell Materials with Durability and Performance Using Advanced Microscopy Methods – K. L. More, D. A. Cullen, B. Sneed (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), D. J. Myers (Argonne National Laboratory), R. L. Borup, and R. Mukundan (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

I01 Plenary Session II – 13:20 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Deborah J. Jones and Hubert A. Gasteiger 13:20

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(Invited Plenary) Doing More with LESS: Challenges for PEMFC Catalyst Layer Design – A. M. V. Putz (AFCC Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.), D. Susac, V. Berejnov (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.), J. Wu, A. P. Hitchcock (McMaster University), and J. Stumper (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corporation) (Invited Plenary) Electrochemical Diagnostics and Modeling in Developing the PEMFC Cathode – A. Kongkanand (General Motors, Fuel Cell Activities), V. Yarlagadda (General Motors), T. R. Garrick (University of South Carolina), T. E. Moylan (General Motors), and W. Gu (General Motors, Fuel Cell Activities)

Solid State Ionic Devices 11

High Temperature Materials / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Sensor / ECSJ Solid-State Chemistry / The Korean Electrochemical Society (KECS) 301 B, Hawai’i Convention Center

Solid Electrolysis Cells – 10:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Hiroshige Matsumoto and Jong-Ho Lee 10:00

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Electrical Conductivity and Defect Equilibria of MoO3-d, a Catalyst for Biofuel Upgrading – S. R. Bishop, V. Mortola (Dept. Mater. Sci. & Eng., MIT), M. Shetty, Y. Roman (Dept. Chem. Eng., MIT), and H. L. Tuller (Dept. Mater. Sci. & Eng., MIT) Utilisation of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells for Conversion of Biodiesel Waste Streams – M. Drewery, E. Kennedy (University of Newcastle), B. Dlugogorski (Murdoch University), and M. Stockenhuber (University of Newcastle) Development of Fuel-Flexible SOFC – Y. Shiratori, M. Sakamoto (International Research Center for Hydrogen Energy, Kyushu University), L. D. Tran, S. Kita, H. T. G. Nguyen (Department of Hydrogen Energy Systems, Kyushu University), T. Q. Tran (International Research Center for Hydrogen Energy, Kyushu University), T. D. C. Doan, and C. M. Dang (Laboratory for Nanotechnology (LNT), Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh City (VNUHCM)) Research and Development of AmmoniaFueled SOFC Systems – H. Muroyama, A. Srifa, T. Okanishi, T. Matsui, M. Kishimoto, M. Saito, H. Iwai, H. Yoshida, K. Eguchi (Kyoto University), M. Saito, T. Koide, H. Iwai, S. Suzuki, Y. Takahashi (Noritake Co., Limited), T. Horiuchi, H. Yamasaki (Nippon Shokubai Co., Ltd.), S. Matsumoto, S. Yumoto, H. Kubo (Toyota Industries Corporation), J. Kawahara, A. Okabe (Mitsui Chemicals, Inc.), Y. Kikkawa, and T. Isomura (Tokuyama Corporation) Novel Anode Catalysis for Ammonia Solid Oxide Fuel Cell – M. Hashinokuchi, M. Zhang, R. Yokochi, T. Doi, and M. Inaba (Doshisha University) Electrochemical Property of Ni-Ba(Zr,Y)O3 Anode for Direct Ammonia-Fueled SOFC – K. Miyazaki, T. Okanishi, H. Muroyama, T. Matsui, and K. Eguchi (Kyoto University) Break

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(Invited) Steam Electrolysis Using ProtonConducting Perovskite – H. Matsumoto (NEXT-FC, Kyushu University, WPII2CNER, Kyushu University), K. Leonard, Y. S. Lee (WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University), Y. Okuyama (University of Miyazaki), and K. Miyazaki (Nippon Shokubai Co. Ltd.) 2859 Reduction of Thermal Stress during Soec Unsteady Operation – K. Watanabe, A. Maeda, T. Mizusawa, T. Araki (Yokohama National University), and M. Mori (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry) 2860 CO2/H2o High Temperature Co-Electrolysis Using LaFeO3-Based Oxide Cathode – K. T. Wu and T. Ishihara (Department of Applied Chemistry, Kyushu University, wpi-I²CNER, Kyushu University) 2861 A Decade of Improvements for Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cells. Long-Term Degradation Rate from 40%/Kh to 0.4 % Kh – A. Hauch (DTU Energy Conversion, Technical University of Denmark), K. Brodersen (DTU Energy, Technical University of Denmark), M. Chen (Technical University of Denmark), C. Graves (DTU Energy Conversion, Technical University of Denmark), S. H. Jensen (DTU Energy, Technical University of Denmark), P. S. Jørgensen (Technical University of Denmark), P. V. Hendriksen, M. B. Mogensen (DTU Energy, Technical University of Denmark), S. Ovtar, and X. Sun (Technical University of Denmark) 2862 Water Electrolysis Using Water Absorbing Porous Electrolyte Cell – Y. Terayama (WPII2CNER, Kyushu University), T. Haji, K. Mori (Department of Hydrogen Energy Systems, Kyushu University), and H. Matsumoto (WPII2CNER, Kyushu University, NEXT-FC, Kyushu University) 2863 The Impact of Strong Cathodic Polarization on SOC Electrolyte Materials – K. Kreka, K. V. Hansen (DTU Energy, Technical University of Denmark), T. Jacobsen (DTU Chemistry, Technical University of Denmark), K. Norrman, C. Chatzichristodoulou, and M. B. Mogensen (DTU Energy, Technical University of Denmark)

Solid Protonic Conductors and Fuel Cells – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Venkataraman Thangadurai and Hiroshige Matsumoto 14:00

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(Invited) Multi-Element-Doped Ceria-Based Metal Oxides for Advanced Proton Conducting SOFCs – V. Thangadurai and K. Singh (University of Calgary) Progress and Accomplishment in Development of High Performance Pcfcs at Kist – J. H. Lee (Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST)), H. An (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), S. M. Choi (KIST), J. Hong, K. J. Yoon, H. Kim, J. W. Son, and B. K. Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST)) Efficiency of Proton Ceramics Fuel Cells Considering Mixed Conduction in Solid Electrolyte – K. Amezawa, T. Nakamura, S. Mizunuma (Tohoku University), K. Yamauchi, Y. Mikami, and T. Kuroha (Panasonic Corporation) Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Proton Conduction Properties of Bzcy and Szcy Perovskites Type Oxides; Addressing the Effect of Dopant Levels and Proton Content – K. Leonard (WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu university), Y. S. Lee (WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University), Y. Okuyama (University of Miyazaki), K. Miyazaki (Nippon Shokubai Co. Ltd.), and H. Matsumoto (WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University, NEXT-FC, Kyushu University) Mixed Proton/Electron Conductivity in NanoGrained Bulk Body of TiO2 – K. Honda and S. Yamaguchi (The University of Tokyo)

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High Temperature Materials / Energy Technolog / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry 301 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

Electrofuels: Overview – 08:50 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Xiao-Dong Zhou and Gessie M. Brisard 08:50 09:00 3006 09:40

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Introductory Remarks (Invited) Development of Transformational Technologies – G. L. Soloveichik (Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E)) (Invited) Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 to Value-Added Chemicals: Status and Remaining Challenges – P. J. A. Kenis (Int Inst for Carbon-Neutral Energy Research (WPI-I2CNER), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) (Invited) Electrochemical and Photoelectrochemical Reduction of Carbon Dioxide: The Twain Shall Meet at Copper Oxide/Copper Nanocube/Liquid Interfaces – K. Rajeshwar (University of Texas) (Invited) Converting Petroleum Coke into Hydrogen – G. G. Tao (Materials & Systems Research, Inc.)

CO2 to Fuels: Catalysts by Design – 13:30 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: John A. Staser and Xiao-Dong Zhou 13:30

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3010 CO2 Electrochemical Reduction to Hydrocarbon Fuels on Copper Nanoparticles Supported on Nanostructured Carbons – Q. Lu, A. Purdy, B. Dyatkin (Naval Research Laboratory), J. P. Grote (Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung), S. Cherevko (HelmholtzInstitut Erlangen-Nürnberg), K. Page, R. R. Unocic (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University), and O. A. Baturina (Naval Research Laboratory) 3011 Phase Segregated Bimetallic Alloys As Electrocatalysts for Electrochemical Carbon Dioxide Reduction – D. C. Higgins, C. Hahn, T. Hatsukade (Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering), and T. F. Jaramillo (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering) 3012 Development of Novel Tin Nanostructures Using Pulse Plating Methods for the Electroreduction of Carbon Dioxide to Formic Acid – F. R. Brushett, S. Sen (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), B. Skinn, T. D. Hall, M. E. Inman, and E. J. Taylor (Faraday Technology Inc.)

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Single-Atom Catalysts for CO2 Electroreduction with Significant Activity and Selectivity Improvements – S. Back, J. Lim, N. Y. Kim, Y. H. Kim, and Y. Jung (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Highly Dense Cu Nanowires for CO2 – D. Raciti and C. Wang (Johns Hopkins University) Surface Structure Engineering of Cu Thin Films for Electrochemical CO2 Reduction – C. Hahn (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering), T. Hatsukade (Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering), A. Vailionis (Stanford University Geballe Laboratory), D. C. Higgins, S. A. Nitopi, J. T. Feaster, A. L. Jongerius (Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering), and T. F. Jaramillo (Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) (Invited) Electrocatalysis of CO2 Reduction. from Fundamental Understanding to Catalyst Design and Preparation – N. Tian (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University), T. Sheng, L. Liu, A. Y. Xie, F. Y. Zhang, Y. H. Hong, L. Huang (Deprtment of Chemistry, Xiamen University, China), Z. Y. Zhou (Xiamen University), and S. G. Sun (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University)

Luminescence and Display Materials: Fundamentals and Applications Luminescence and Display Materials 318 B, Hawai’i Convention Center

Nanoscale Luminescence 1 – 08:00 – 11:50 Co-Chairs: Anant A. Setlur and Rong-Jun Xie 08:00

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(Invited) Luminescence of LanthanideDoped Nanocrystals – A. Meijerink (Utrecht University) Rare Earth Molybdate Nano-Rod Phosphor Self-Assembled without Organic Solvent By Dilute Acid Proton Exchange Method – M. Watanabe (Niigata University), S. W. Kim (Sejong University), K. Uematsu, K. Toda, and M. Sato (Niigata University) Hydrothermal Synthesis of Fluorescent Carbon Dots By Microwave-Assisted Autoclave Treatment – T. Yoshinaga, Y. Iso, and T. Isobe (Department of Applied Chemistry, Keio University) (Invited) Intense Red Light Emitting Mesoporous Silicon Nanowires for Luminescent Devices – C. O’Dwyer, W. McSweeney, and G. Collins (University College Cork) (Invited) Applications of Highly Bright PbS Quantum Dots to Non-Invasive Near-Infrared Fluorescence Imaging in the Second Optical Window – T. Jin and Y. Imamura (Riken) (Invited) Photoluminescence Properties of ZnO Nanostructures Growth Vertically on Transparent and Conductive AlDoped ZnO Substrates – C. LI (Center of Nanotechnology,Kochi University of Technology) and S. Hou (Kochi University of Technology) 99

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Synthesis of Luminescent La2O3:Eu3+ Nanosheet By Graphite Oxide Nanosheet Templating – R. Saito, Y. Ayato (Shinshu University), D. Mochizuki (Shinshu university), S. Takenaka (Doshisha University), and W. Sugimoto (Shinshu University)

Monday, October 3

Nanoscale Luminescence 2 – 13:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Anant A. Setlur and Rong-Jun Xie 13:00

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(Invited) Missing Link Between Solid State and Solution Reactions for the Nanophosphors – K. Toda, S. W. Kim, K. Uematsu, and M. Sato (Niigata University) Enhancing the Brightness of Cesium Lead Halide Perovskite Quantum Dots Based Green and Red Light-Emitting Devices through Fast Anion-Exchange – Y. H. Ko, M. Jalalah, S. J. Lee (Hanyang university), T. H. Shim, and J. G. Park (Hanyang University) (Invited) Fabrication and Characterization of Transparent Fluorescence Nanocomposite Film Containing Inorganic Phosphor Nanoparticles – Y. Iso and T. Isobe (Department of Applied Chemistry, Keio University) Near Infrared YVO4:Nd,Yb Nano Phosphor Synthesized By Microreaction Method for In Vivo Bioimaging – T. Inagaki (UBE INDUSTRIES, LTD, Graduate School of Engineering, Tottori Univ.), T. Ishigaki, R. Sakata, W. Uehara, and K. Ohmi (Graduate School of Engineering, Tottori Univ.) Microelectrode-Less Control of Semiconducting Fluorescent Nanoparticles By Dielectrophoretic (DEP) Force for High Degree of Freedom – J. Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology(KIST)), H. Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST)), and K. S. Hwang (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) Novel Strategies for Preparing Highly Luminescent Gold Nanoclusters – K. Pyo, S. Y. Yoon, and D. Lee (Yonsei University) (Invited) Synthesis and Luminescent Characterization of Core-Shell Nanophosphors – J. Ha (University of California San Diego), J. K. Han (University of California San Diego, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory), C. Zhou, E. Novitskaya (University of California San Diego), G. Hirata (Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology), O. A. Graeve, and J. McKittrick (University of California San Diego)

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Functional Bioelectrode – 10:20 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Nicolas Mano and Hirotaka Sato 10:20

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Bioengineering Based on Electrochemistry

Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Energy Technology / Sensor / ECSJ Bioengineering 319 A/B, Hawai’i Convention Center

Wearable Biofuel Cell – 07:40 – 10:20 Co-Chairs: Fred Lisdat and Seiya Tsujimura 07:40

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(Keynote) Advanced Platform Technologies for the Near Future Electrochemical Biosensing – K. Sode (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)

(Invited) Printable Paper-Based Wearable Diaper-Type and Adhesive Bandage-Type Biofuel Cells for Urine Sugar and Sweat Lactate Monitoring – I. Shitanda (Tokyo University of Science) A Stretchable, Wearable Lactate Sensor with a Textile-Based Biofuel Cell – Y. Kato, Y. Ogawa, H. Kai, and M. Nishizawa (Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University) Printing of Enzyme Electrodes on Nonwoven Fabric for Flexible Biofuel Cells – Y. Hsieh, Y. Ogawa, Y. Kato, H. Kai, and M. Nishizawa (Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University) High Catalytic Current Density Based on Direct Bioelectrocatalysis of a PQQ Domain of Pyranose Dehydrogenase – K. Takeda, R. Kusuoka, M. Yoshida (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), K. Igarashi, M. Samejima (University of Tokyo), H. Ohno, and N. Nakamura (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology) Investigation of Intra- or Inter-Electron Transfer Pathway of Multiheme Electron Transfer Subunit of Iron Sulfur Flavo Cytochrome Type Glucose Dehydrogenase Complex – N. Suzuki, Y. Yamashita-Tsukada, N. Hirose, M. Shiota (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), K. Kojima (Ultizyme International Ltd.), W. Tsugawa, and K. Sode (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology) Break

(Keynote) Enzymatic Biofuel Cell Based on Porous Carbon Materials – S. Tsujimura (University of Tsukuba) Structural Based Investigation of Artificial Electron Acceptor Interaction of Fungus Derived Flavin Adenine Dinucleotide Dependent Glucose Dehydrogenase – M. Okurita (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), H. Yoshida (Kagawa University), K. Mori, K. Katsuhiro (Ultizyme International Ltd.), and K. Sode (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology) Bioelectronically Initiated Cyt P450s Catalysis without NADPH – S. Liu and X. Xu (Southeast University) Electrochemically Switchable Fluorescence in Rhodamine Derivatives – M. Cizkova, L. Cattiaux, J. M. Mallet, C. A. Amatore, E. Labbe, and O. Buriez (Ecole Normale Superieure & CNRS) (Invited) Biohybrid Photoelectrodes Exploiting Effective Photosystem I - Electrode Contacts – F. Lisdat (Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau), S. C. Feifel (Technical University of Applied Sciences), and K. Stieger (Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau) Fast Electron Transfer Reaction of Azurin Fixed on the Self-Assembled Monolayer Gold Nanoparticle Electrode in Hydrated Ionic Liquids – K. Fujita, J. Kuwahara, N. Nakamura, and H. Ohno (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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(Keynote) Towards Implantable Miniature Glucose-O2 Biofuel Cells – N. Mano (CRPPCNRS) (Invited) Cyborg Insect: Insect Computer Hybrid Robot – K. C. Poon, D. C. L. Tan, Y. Li, F. Cao, T. T. Vo Doan, and H. Sato (Nanyang Technological University) Self-Powered Environmental Monitoring Using Insect-Mountable Biofuel Cell – K. Shoji (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), Y. Akiyama (Shinshu University), N. Nakamura, H. Ohno (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), and K. Morishima (Osaka University) (Invited) Construction of an Enzymatic Biofuel Cell Which Produces Electric Energy and a Platform Chemical Simultaneously – N. Nakamura (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan Science and Technology Agency, CREST) In Operando neutron Imaging of Enzymatic Electrochemical Cells – R. Longchamps, Z. van Zandt (University of Alabama in Huntsville), H. Bilheux, I. Dhiman, L. Santodonato (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), Y. Ulyanova, S. Singhal (CFD Research Corporation), and G. J. Nelson (University of Alabama in Huntsville)

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Recent Advances in the Application of Electrochemistry to Problems in Organic Chemistry and Biology

Europe Section Alessandro Volta Medal Address – 09:20 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Enrico Traversa and Jun-ichi Yoshida 4179

(Europe Section Alessandro Volta Medal) Alzheimer Disease and Oxidative Stress: Thou Shalt not Breathe nor Think! – C. A. Amatore (Ecole Normale Superieure & CNRS)

Recent Advances in the Application of Electrochemistry to Problems in Organic Chemistry and Biology 1 – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Jun-ichi Yoshida and Graham T. Cheek 10:00

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(Invited) Photoredox Catalysis: An Easy Access to Versatile Radical Functionalization – T. Koike (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Electrochemical Reduction of Alkenes Mediated By Vitamin B12 Model Complex – H. Shimakoshi, L. Zhongli, and Y. Hisaeda (Kyushu University) Electrochemical Reduction of Primary Alkyl Halides with the Aid of a Structurally Modified Nickel Salen Catalyst – A. Goodson, C. M. McGuire (Indiana University), M. S. Mubarak (The University of Jordan), and D. G. Peters (Indiana University) Efficient Diels-Alder Reaction of O-Quinone Electroenerated in a Flow Microreator – H. Yoshizawa (Yokohama National University), H. Tateno (Yokomaha National University), and M. Atobe (Yokohama National University)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

Competition Studies and the Use of Mechanistic Insight to Overcome Synthetic Barriers – K. D. Moeller, R. J. Perkins, L. Gonzalez, and R. Feng (Washington University in St. Louis)

Recent Advances in the Application of Electrochemistry to Problems in Organic Chemistry and Biology 2 – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Kevin D. Moeller and Hisashi Shimakoshi

Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / ECSJ Organic Electrochemistry 322 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

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(Invited) Electron-Transfer Approaches to Metal-Free Ring-Opening Metathesis Polymerization – A. J. Boydston, A. E. Goetz, L. M. M. Pascual, Y. Ashikari, and K. A. Ogawa (University of Washington Department of Chemistry) Anodic Chlorination of Chalcogenophenes in Conjugated Polymers – S. Inagi, D. Okazaki, N. Shida, H. Nishiyama, and I. Tomita (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Electrooxidative Polymerization of 3-Hexylthiophene in a Flow Microreactor – M. Mizuno (Yokohama National University), H. Tateno (Yokomaha National University), and M. Atobe (Yokohama National University) Highly Soluble Quinones As Active Materials for Nonaqueous Redox Flow Batteries – K. Takenaka, A. Shimizu, and J. I. Yoshida (Kyoto University) Synthesis and Electrochemical Properties of Thiophene-Based Polymers As Organic Cathode Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries – H. Tanizawa, A. Shimizu, Y. Yaso (Kyoto University), Y. Inatomi, N. Hojo (Panasonic Corporation), H. Suzuki (Panasonic corporation), and J. I. Yoshida (Kyoto University)

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry General Session

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Sensor / ECSJ Photoelectrochemistry / KECS Physical Electrochemistry Division 323 B, Hawai’i Convention Center Oxygen Evolution – 07:40 – 11:00 Co-Chair: Micheal E. G. Lyons 07:40

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The Oxygen Evolution Reaction at Transition Metal Oxide (TMO) Films in Alkaline Media – M. P. Browne (Trinity College Dublin School of Chemistry and CRANN), S. Stafford (Trinity College Dublin), M. O’Brien (Trinity College Dublin and CRANN), H. Nolan (Dublin City University), N. Berner (Trinity College Dublin and CRANN), G. S. Duesberg (Trinity College Dublin, AMBER and CRANN), P. E. Colavita (Trinity College Dublin and CRANN), and M. E. G. Lyons (AMBER and CRANN)

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Implantable Biofuel Cell – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Isao Shitanda and Wakako Tsugawa


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Cobalt Oxide Nanoflake Modified Electrodes and Their Application As Supercapacitors and Oxygen Evolution Catalysts – A. A. S. Rovetta (Trinity College Dublin School of Chemistry, AMBER and CRANN Institute), A. Harvey (School of Physics and CRANN, Trinity College Dublin, AMBER and CRANN Institute), M. P. Browne (Trinity College Dublin School of Chemistry and CRANN), J. N. Coleman (Trinity College Dublin School of Physics, School of Physics and CRANN, Trinity College Dublin), and M. E. G. Lyons (Trinity College Dublin School of Chemistry, AMBER and CRANN) Enhancement of the Oxygen Evolution and the Oxygen Reduction Reactions in Mn3+ based Electrocatalysts – S. Hirai (Kitami Institute of Technology), S. Yagi (Institute of Industrial Science, the University of Tokyo), M. Fujioka (Hokkaido University), T. Ohno, and T. Matsuda (Kitami Institute of Technology) Validation of a Central Approximation in Theories of Regular and Random Electrochemical Electrode Arrays. Extraction of Statistical Information from Amperometric Response of Random Electrode Arrays – O. Sliusarenko, A. Oleinick, I. Svir, and C. A. Amatore (Ecole Normale Superieure & CNRS) Morphology-Controllable Ni3Se2 Nanostructures; Synthesis, Characterization and Electrocatalytic Activity Towards Oxygen Evolution Reaction – A. T. Swesi, J. Masud, and M. Nath (Missouri University of Science & Technology) A New Family of Perovskite Catalysts for Oxygenevolution Reaction in Alkaline Media: BaNiO3 and BaNi0.83O – B. Han and J. Hwang (Yonsei University) Break Production of Ni(OH)2 Nanosheets By Liquid Phase Exfoliation: High Performance Oxygen Evolution Catalysts and Supercapacitor Electrodes – I. Godwin, A. Harvey, X. He, D. McAteer (School of Physics and CRANN, Trinity College Dublin), M. E. G. Lyons (School of Chemistry and CRANN, Trinity College Dublin), and J. N. Coleman (School of Physics and CRANN, Trinity College Dublin) Microkinetic Modeling of the Oxygen Evolution Reaction on Oxide Surfaces – C. S. Kirk, C. F. Dickens (Stanford University), J. H. Montoya (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and J. Nørskov (SUNCAT Center for Interface Science and Catalysis, Stanford University) New Family of High-Efficieincy Oxygen Evolution Electrocatalyst Based on Ni-Fe Mixed Chalcogenides – A. T. Swesi, J. Masud, and M. Nath (Missouri University of Science & Technology)

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Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 on Copper Oxidized By Electrochemical Methods – S. D. Giri, A. Sarkar, S. Mahajani, and A. K. Suresh (Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay) Identification of Carbon Dioxide Electroreduction Products on Multilayered Metallic Catalysts Based on Palladium – A. Januszewska (University of Warsaw, Department of Chemistry), R. R. Jurczakowski (University of Warsaw, Department of Chemistry, CNBCh), and P. J. Kulesza (University of Warsaw) Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 over Phase Segregated Cuag Bimetallic Electrodes with Enhanced Oxygenate Selectivity By CO Spillover – E. L. Clark and A. T. Bell (Dept. Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, UC Berkeley, Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis)

Yasuyuki Ishikawa Honor Session – 13:40 – 15:40 Co-Chair: Donald A. Tryk 13:40 14:00 3340

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Introductory Remarks (Invited) Enhanced Hydrogen Oxidation Activity at Pt-M Alloy Catalysts in Acid: A DFT Study – D. A. Tryk (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi), G. Shi (University of Yamanashi), H. Yano (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi), H. Uchida (Clean Energy Research Center, University of Yamanashi), M. Watanabe, and A. Iiyama (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi) (Invited) Structural Stability and Ionic Defects in Transition Metal-Oxides from Diffusion Quantum Monte Carlo – J. A. Santana (University of Puerto Rico at Cayey, Oak Ridge National Laboratory), J. T. Krogel, P. R. C. Kent, and R. A. Fernando (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) (Invited) A First-Principles Molecular Dynamics Study on Active Sites on Metal Nano Particles: Application of the Compressed Gas Model – M. Sugimoto (Kumamoto University) (Invited) Theoretical Investigation on Proton Conductance Mechanism in Proton Exchange Membranes – T. Tsuneda (University of Yamanashi, Japan) (Invited) First-Principles Simulations of Electrochemical Reactions and Properties at Water|Pt Interfaces – T. Ikeshoji (Natl. Inst. of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)

Molten Salts and Ionic Liquids 20

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Electrodeposition / Energy Technology / Sensor / ECSJ Molten Salt 323 C, Hawai’i Convention Center

Carbon Dioxide Reduction – 11:00 – 12:20 Co-Chair: Pawel J. Kulesza

Materials – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Paul C. Trulove and Robert A. Mantz

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Electrocatalytic Reduction of CO2 on Cu and Au/W Electrode Surfaces: Empirical (DEMS) Confirmation of Computational (DFT) Predictions – A. Javier (California Institute of Technology, JCAP), J. H. Baricuatro, Y. G. Kim, and M. P. Soriaga (JCAP, California Institute of Technology)

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(Invited) Ionic Liquids in Separations and Mass Spectrometry – D. Armstrong (University of Texas at Arlington)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Selective Reversible Absorption of the Industrial Off-Gas Components CO2 and NOx By Ionic Liquids – P. K. KaasLarsen (Technical University of Denmark, Department of Chemistry), P. Thomassen, L. Schill, S. Mossin, A. Riisager, and R. Fehrmann (Centre for Catalysis and Sustainable Chemistry) A New Electrolytic Production Process of Silicon Using Liquid Zn Alloy Cathode in Molten Salt – T. Nohira (Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto University), A. Ido, T. Shimao (Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University), X. Yang (Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto University), K. Yasuda (Environment, Safety & Health Org., Kyoto University), R. Hagiwara (Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University), and T. Homma (Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University) Characterization of the Electrochemical Behavior of a Li-Bi Reference Electrode for the Molten LiCl-Li – W. Phillips, A. Merwin, V. Singh, and D. Chidambaram (University of Nevada Reno) Break (Invited) Development of Newfangled Nanotechnologies By Introducing Ionic Liquid to Vacuum Devices – S. Kuwabata, T. Tsuda, T. Uematsu (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University), and T. Torimoto (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University) Ionic Liquids and Organic Ionic Plastic Crystals Based on Tris(fluorosulfonyl)Methide – H. Matsumoto, J. Mizukado, and P. C. Wan (AIST) Preparation of Uniformly Dispersed ITO Nanoparticles Via Direct Oxidation of inSn Alloy in Ionic Liquids – D. Sugioka, T. Kameyama (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University), S. Kuwabata (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University), and T. Torimoto (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University) (Invited) Quantifying the Impact of Ionic Liquids on the Properties of Polymers, Nanoparticles and Polymer Nanocomposites – J. W. Gilman, J. Woodcock (NIST), D. M. Fox (American University), S. Rahatekar (University of Bristol), and S. J. Stranick (NIST)

Rare Earth & Nuclear Chemistry I – 13:40 – 16:00 Co-Chair: William Matthew Reichert 13:40

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(Invited) Ionic Liquid Enables Technologies for Winning Rare Earth Elements – A. V. Mudring (Iowa State University) Elecrochemistry of Uranium and Plutonium in Ionic Liquids – J. Chlistunoff, K. S. Boland, A. Gaunt, G. S. Goff, and W. Runde (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Electrochemical Measurement of Li2o in Molten LiCl Salt – A. J. Burak (University of Utah, Metallurgical Engineering) and M. F. Simpson (University of Utah)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

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Fluoride Addition Effects on Voltammograms and UV-Vis Spectra of Neodymium Cation in Molten Chlorides – H. Matsuura (Tokyo City University), A. Nezu, H. Akatsuka (Tokyo Institute of Technology), A. Uehara (Kyoto University), and T. Fujii (Osaka University) The Electrochemical Reduction of UO2 to U Using a Fluidised Cathode Process – R. Abdulaziz, L. D. Brown, D. Inman (University College London), C. Sharrad (University of Manchester), P. R. Shearing, and D. J. L. Brett (University College London) Methods for Determining the Working Electrode Interfacial Area for Electroanalytical Measurements of Metal Ions in Molten LiCl-KCl – M. F. Simpson, D. Rappleye, D. Horvath (University of Utah), Z. Wang (University of Utah, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences), and C. Zhang (University of Utah)

Electrode Processes 11

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology / ECSJ Interfacial Electrochemistry / ECSJ Molecular Functional Electrode 302 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

Electrode Processes 1 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Andrew Campion Hillier, Nagahiro Hoshi and Futoshi Matsumoto 08:00

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(Invited) Electrochemical Soft Devices – K. Takada (Nagoya Institute of Technology) Aqueous Solid-Liquid Interfaces at Atmoci Scale – P. P. Lopes, D. Strmcnik, N. M. Markovic, and V. Stamenkovic (Argonne National Laboratory) Potential Dependent IR/Visible Double Resonance Sum Frequency Generation Spectroscopy to Probe Electronic Structure at Electrochemical Interfaces – H. Noguchi, S. Yang, and K. Uosaki (National Institute for Materials Science) the Enhanced Electrocatalytic Activity over Carbon-Supported Pd-Based Ordered Intermetallic Compounds – T. Gunji, T. Tanabe, S. Kaneko, T. Ohsaka, and F. Matsumoto (Kanagawa University) Vibrational Observation of Molecular Adsorbates on Various Well-Defined Metal Surfaces Using Gap-Mode Plasmon Enhanced Raman Scattering – K. Ikeda (FRIMS, Nagoya Institute of Technology, JST-PRESTO) Break Facile Route for the Preparation of Ordered Intermetallic Pt3pb-Ptpb Core-Shell Nanoparticles and Its Enhanced Activity for Alkaline Methanol and Ethanol Oxidation – F. Matsumoto, T. Gunji, T. Tanabe, S. Kaneko, and T. Ohsaka (Kanagawa University) Mechanism of the Electrochemical Oxidation of Ammonia over Platinum: An in Situ attenuated Total Reflection Infrared Study – Y. Katayama, T. Okanishi, H. Muroyama, T. Matsui, and K. Eguchi (Kyoto University)

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Insulating Boron Nitride Nanosheet on Inert Gold Electrode As a Novel Efficient Electrocatalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – K. Uosaki (National Institute for Materials Science, Hokkaido University), G. Elumalai, H. Noguchi, H. C. Dinh, A. Lyalin (National Institute for Materials Science), and T. Taketsugu (National Institute for Materials Science, Hokkaido University) Copper-Based Electrocatalysts with Multinuclear Catalytic Sites for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – M. Kato, M. Muto, N. Oyaizu, and I. Yagi (Hokkaido University) On the Electronic Efffect of the Sn Atoms Towards Noble Metal Adsorption Sites: The Influence of the Structure on the Glycerol Electrooxidation Reaction – A. C. D. Angelo, F. Bortoloti (State University of Sao Paulo), A. C. Garcia (University of Sao Paulo), and M. L. F. DellaCosta (State University of Sao Paulo) Design of Metal Structure Encapsulated in N-Doped Carbon Layers As Tunable Catalyst for Electrochemical Applications – T. Ohsaka (Kanagawa University, Tokyo Institute of Technology), S. H. Noh (Tokyo Institute of Technology), M. H. Seo (Korea Institute of Energy Research), J. Kang (Department of Energy Systems Engineering, DGIST), T. Okajima (Tokyo Institute of Technology), B. Han (Yonsei University), and F. Matsumoto (Kanagawa University)

Electrode Processes 2 – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Andrew Campion Hillier, Futoshi Matsumoto and Nagahiro Hoshi 14:00

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Size Effect of Single Nanoparticle Electrodes on the Electrochemical Interface and Charge Transfer Kinetics and New Insights into Their Size-Activity Relations – L. Fan (Graduate School at Shenzhen, Tsinghua University.) and L. Gan (Graduate School at Shenzhen, Tsinghua University) High-Speed Surface X-Ray Diffraction for Monitoring Structural Changes of Electrode Surfaces: An Application to Methanol Oxidation on Pt(111) – T. Shirasawa (AIST, Japan Science and Technology Agency), W. Voelgeli, E. Arakawa (Tokyo Gakugei University), T. Masuda (Japan Science and Technology Agency, National Institute for Materials Science), T. Takahashi (Tokyo Gakugei University), K. Uosaki (National Institute for Materials Science), and T. Matsushita (Photon Factory, KEK) Real Surface Structures of the High Index Planes of Pt3Co in Electrochemical Environments – N. Hoshi, Y. Kihara, and M. Nakamura (Chiba University) SOFC Anode Process Characterization By Means of a Novel Spot-Sampling Set-up for in-Operando Gas Analysis – S. J. McPhail (DTE-PCU-SPCT, ENEA CR Casaccia, 00123 Rome, Italy), D. Pumiglia (ENEA CR Casaccia, 00123 Rome, Italy, DAFNE, University of Tuscia, 01100 Viterbo, Italy), F. Santoni (ENEA C.R Casaccia, Parthenope University, Naples, Italy), B. Conti (ENEA), C. Boigues Muñoz (ENEA C.R. Casaccia), B. Bosio (University of Genoa, Itlay), and M. Carlini (DAFNE, University of Tuscia, 01100 Viterbo, Italy)

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Epitaxially Grown Pt and Pt-Ir Thin Films: Effect of the Deposition Conditions on the Electro-Oxidation of Ammonia – N. Sacré, G. Hufnagel, S. Garbarino, A. Ruediger, L. Roué, and D. Guay (INRS-EMT) Electrochemical Properties of Polycrystalline Phosphorus-Doped Diamond – K. Nakano, K. Natsui, Y. Mukuda, T. Watanabe (Department of Chemistry, Keio University, Japan), and Y. Einaga (Department of Chemistry, Keio University, Japan, JST-ACCEL, Japan)

Photocatalysts, Photoelectrochemical Cells, and Solar Fuels 7

Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Sensor / ECSJ Photoelectrochemistry / Solar Cell Division of KECS 310, Hawai’i Convention Center

Keynote Lectures on Solar Fuels – 08:15 – 11:20 Co-Chairs: Nianqiang (Nick) Wu and Heli Wang 08:15 08:20 3610

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Welcoming Remarks (Keynote) Artificial Photosynthesis: Progress, Science Outlook and Technology Prospects – H. A. Atwater (California Institute of Technology) Break (Keynote) Interfacial Layers and Catalyst Approaches for Stabilizing a p-GaInP2 Photoelectrode for Hydrogen Production – J. A. Turner (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) (Keynote) One-Electron Initiated TwoElectron Oxidation of Water Catalyzed By Aluminum Porphyrins, Incorporating Earth – F. Kuttassery, S. Mathew, D. Yamamoto, S. Onuki, Y. Nabetani, H. Tachibana, and H. Inoue (Tokyo Metropolitan University) (Keynote) Electrochemical and Molecular Approaches for Artificial Photosynthesis – K. B. Yoon (Sogang University)

Invited Speeches on Carbon Dioxide Conversion-I – 11:20 – 12:20 Co-Chair: Manuel P. Soriaga 11:20

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(Invited) Electrocatalysts for Solar-toChemical Conversion – B. K. Min and Y. J. Hwang (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) (Invited) Si Photoelectrodes with Patterned Catalysts for Efficient and Stable Photoelectrochemical Solar Chemical Production – J. Oh (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

Invited Speeches on Solar Water Splitting – 13:30 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Jaejoon Lee and Heli Wang 13:30

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(Invited) Photo-Electro-Chemical Water Splitting and the Making of Renewable Chemicals – I. Chorkendorff (Technical University of Denmark) (Invited) Latest Development in Design Strategies for Efficient Solar Water Splitting Photoelectrodes – L. Vayssieres (IRCRE-Xian Jiaotong University) (Invited) Understanding the Chemistry of Photocatalytic Processes – D. W. Bahnemann (Leibniz University of Hannover), A. Hakki (University of Aberdeen), and J. Schneider (Leibniz University of Hannover) Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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(Invited) Observing Photochemical Charge Transport at Particle Based Tandem Junctions for Overall Water Splitting – F. E. Osterloh (Department of Chemistry, University of California, Davis), M. A. De Melo Jr. (Department of Chemistry, UC Davis), Y. Yang (Northeast Normal University, Changchun, China), and J. Wang (Dept. Chemistry, University of California, Davis) (Invited) Materials and Systems for StandAlone Solar Water Splitting – J. S. Lee (Ulsan National Institue of Science & Technology (UNIST))

Chemical Sensors 12. Chemical and Biological Sensors and Analytical Systems

Sensor / ECSJ Chemical Sensor / KECS Sensor Division 306 B, Hawai’i Convention Center

Gas Sensors 1 – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chair: Michael T. Carter 08:00 08:10 3732

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Welcoming Remarks ZnO Nanostructured Wires for Gas Sensing Applications – A. Abidov, S. Abdukarimova, U. Ziyamukhamedova (Tashkent State Technical University), E. S. Babu, S. W. Jeong, and S. Kim (Kumoh National Institute of Technology) Resistive Sensors Based on Self-Assembled Core-Shell Nanoparticles – L. Baklouti, K. Rajoua, and F. Favier (Institut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier) A Three Electrode Mixed Potential Sensor for Gas Detection and Discrimination – L. K. Tsui, A. D. Benavidez (University of New Mexico), P. Palanisamy (ESL ElectroScience), L. Evans (Sandia National Laboratories), and F. H. Garzon (University of New Mexico/ Sandia National Laboratory) VOC-Sensing Properties of Adsorption/ Combustion-Type Micro Gas Sensors Using Mesoporous Alumina Co-Loaded with Pt and Metal Oxide – K. Nagae, T. Ueda (Nagasaki University), T. Sasahara (Yazaki Energy System Corporation), O. Nakagoe, S. Tanabe, T. Hyodo, and Y. Shimizu (Nagasaki University) Break

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(Invited) Design of Highly Sensitive and Selective Diode-Type H2 Sensors – T. Hyodo, W. Sakata, K. Kamada, T. Ueda, and Y. Shimizu (Nagasaki University) (Invited) Development of the Battery-Driven SnO2 Thin Film Gas Sensor – H. Ohnishi, A. Nonaka (OSAKA GAS Co., ltd.), and T. Suzuki (Fuji Electric Co., ltd.)

High Performance of SnO2-Based Gas Sensor By Introducing Perovskite-Type Oxides – K. Shimanoe, N. Ma, T. Oyama, M. Nishibori, and K. Watanabe (Kyushu University) Towards p-Type Conductivity in SnO2 Nanocrystals through Li Doping and Its Applications in Porous Diodes for Room Temperature Chlorine Gas Detection – A. Chaparadza (The College of St. Scholastica) and S. Rananavare (Portland State University) Fabrication of a Room Temperature Electrochemical Gas Sensor Using Paper Substrate – P. K. Sekhar (Washington State University, Vancouver) and J. Kysar (Washington State University Vancouver)

Sensor Response Under Humid Condition of Surface Modified SnO2 with Zr4+ – H. Uchino, T. Mizukami, K. Watanabe, M. Nishibori, and K. Shimanoe (Kyushu University) Electrochemical Detection of Hydrogen Using Two-Dimensional Carbon Nanosheets – A. Miyamoto, Y. Kuwaki, K. Hatakeyama, Q. Armando, M. Sasaki, Y. Matsumoto, and T. Kida (Kumamoto University) Fluorometric Bio-Sniffer (gas phase biosensor) for Breath Acetone As a Volatile Product of Lipid Metabolism – P. J. Chien, M. Ye, T. Suzuki (Grad. Sch. of Med. & Dent. Sciences, Tokyo Med. & Dent. Univ.), K. Toma, T. Arakawa (Ins. of Bioma. & Bioeng., Tokyo Med. & Dent. Univ.), and K. Mitsubayashi (Grad. Sch. of Med. & Dent. Sciences, Tokyo Med. & Dent. Univ., Ins. of Bioma. & Bioeng., Tokyo Med. & Dent. Univ.) Sniff-Cam (bio-fluorometric gas-imaging system) for Breath Acetaldehyde after Drinking – K. Iitani, M. Naisierding, T. Sato (Grad. Sch. of Med. & Dent. Sciences, Tokyo Med. & Dent. Univ.), K. Toma, T. Arakawa (Ins. of Bioma. & Bioeng., Tokyo Med. & Dent. Univ.), and K. Mitsubayashi (Ins. of Bioma. & Bioeng., Tokyo Med. & Dent. Univ., Grad. Sch. of Med. & Dent. Sciences, Tokyo Med. & Dent. Univ.) Improvement in Response/Recovery Characteristics of Mixed-Potential-Type Zirconia-Based CO Sensor Using ZnCr2O4 Added with Au Particles-Sensing Electrode – Y. Fujio, S. A. Anggraini (AIST), H. Ikeda (Kyushu Dental University), N. Terasaki (AIST), and N. Miura (Kyushu University) Biochemical Gas Sensors Using SelfAssembled Nanostructures – D. H. Lee, T. Kim, W. Song (Korea University), and B. Y. Lee (Mechanical Engineering, Korea University)

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Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

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Microfabricated and Nanofabricated Systems for MEMS/NEMS 12

Sensor / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / ECSJ Bioengineering 303 B, Hawai’i Convention Center

MEMS NEMS and Micro/Nanosystem – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Peter Hesketh and Ajit Khosla

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Welcoming Remarks (Keynote) Quantum Biophotonics and Its Applications in Life Sciences and Medicine – L. Lee (University of California Berkeley) (Invited) Single Molecule SERS with Directionally Arrayed Gold Nanoparticle Dimers on Substrate – K. Sugano (Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kobe University) (Invited) Where Is Dielectrophoresis (DEP) Going? – R. Pethig (University of Edinburgh) Break (Invited) Fluorescent Frequency Domain Oxygen Sensing and Gradient Imaging within Microfluidic Structures – J. W. Grate, R. Kelly, N. Anheier, J. Suter, B. Liu, H. Bernstein (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), A. Vasdekis (University of Idaho), T. Schmidt (University of Michigan), and R. Ghosh (Michigan State University) (Invited) Integrated Selection of Aptamers Against Biomolecules in Microfluidic Devices – Q. Lin (Columbia University) In Vitro Angiogenesis: Co-Culture Model of the Retina in Microfluidic Devices – L. J. Chen (Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University), N. Nagai (Graduate School of Medicine Tohoku University), M. Nishizawa (Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University), T. Abe (Graduate School of Medicine Tohoku University), and H. Kaji (Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University) Enyzyme-Immobilized Electrode Prepared Using Cellulose Nanofiber – M. Yasuzawa, D. Mima (Tokushima University), Y. Fuchiwaki (Health Research Institute, AIST), and T. Harada (Kondo Chemical Industry) Exosomes Detection by a Label-free Localized Surface Plasmonic Resonance Method – R. Duraichelvan, B. Srinivas, S. Badilescu (Concordia University), R. Ouellette, A. Ghosh (Atlantic Cancer Research Institute), and M. Packirisamy (Concordia University)

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(Invited) Effect of Microfabrication Induced Stresses on the Sensing Characteristics of Dynamic MEMS Devices – R. Pratap, A. Dangi, and A. R. Behera (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore) Platinum Microscale Sensor for Electrochemical Determination of Manganese – W. Kang (Department of EECS, University of Cincinnati), C. Rusinek (Department of Chemistry, University of Cincinnati), A. Bange (Department of Chemistry, Xavier University), E. Haynes (Dept of Environmental Health, University of Cincinnati), W. R. Heineman (Department of Chemistry, University of Cincinnati), and I. Papautsky (Department of EECS, University of Cincinnati)

MEMS NEMS Chemical Sensors – 13:30 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Jin-Woo Choi and Hidemitsu Furukawa 13:30

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(Keynote) Chemical Selectivity and Nano and Microsensors – T. G. Thundat (University of Alberta) (Invited) Cantilever-Based Resonant Chemical Microsensors – O. Brand, P. Getz (Georgia Institute of Technology), and C. Carron (Georgia Institute of Technology, Harris Corporation) (Invited) Microheater-Based Gas Sensing Platform for Low-Power Environmental Monitoring – R. Maboudian and C. Carraro (University of California at Berkeley)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Highlights 0805h ����������� Luminescence and Display Materials Division Centennial Outstanding Achievement Award Address, 318 B (HCC) 0820h ����������� ECS Charles W. Tobias Young Investigator Award Address, 317 A (HCC) 0910h ����������� Electrodeposition Division Early Career Investigator Award Address, 305 B (HCC) 1300h ����������� Technical Exhibit opens, Exhibit Hall 2 (HCC) 1400h ����������� High Temperature Materials Division Outstanding Achievement Award Address, 301 B (HCC) 1400h ����������� Corrosion Division H. H. Uhlig Award Address, 328 (HCC) 1430h ����������� Corrosion Division Morris Cohen Graduate Student Award Address, 328 (HCC) 1800h ����������� Technical Exhibit, General and Student Poster Session, Exhibit Hall 2 (HCC)

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Batteries and Energy Technology Joint General Session Battery / Energy Technology / Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (CSE) 312, Hawai’i Convention Center

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Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

The Influence of Flow Field and Electrode Design on Crossover of Ions in All-Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries – Y. Ashraf Gandomi (Dep. of Mechanical Engineering, University of Tennessee), J. Houser, D. Aaron, and M. M. Mench (University of Tennessee) A Multi-Dimensional Vanadium Redox Flow Battery Performance Model Accounting for Species Crossover – F. Moro, A. Bertucco, M. Giomo, and M. Guarnieri (University of Padua) Development Strategy and Comparison of a Novel Flow Field Design for Redox Flow Battery – D. Fofana and E. Roberts (University of Calgary) Parametrization and Validation of a VanadiumRedox-Flow Cell Model – B. Kleinsteinberg, A. Çerçi, and D. U. Sauer (RWTH Aachen University, ISEA) Break Characterization of Fluid Flow Dispersion in Electrodes By Means of Computed Tomography and Lattice-Boltzmann Simulations – D. Maggiolo, A. Trovo’, F. Picano, S. Carmignato, and M. Guarnieri (University of Padua) Redox Flow Battery Cost Modeling: Bridging Techno-Economic Analysis to Materials Selection Criteria – J. D. Milshtein (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), R. D. Dmello (University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), F. R. Brushett (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and K. C. Smith (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) Performance and Cost Characteristics of Multi-Electron Transfer, Common Ion Exchange Non-Aqueous Redox Flow Batteries – S. M. Laramie (University of Michigan), J. D. Milshtein (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), T. M. Breault (University of Michigan), F. R. Brushett (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and L. T. Thompson (University of Michigan) Co-Laminar Flow Cell with Power Density of 2 Wcm-2 – M. A. Goulet, O. Ibrahim, and E. Kjeang (Simon Fraser University) Electrochemical Refrigeration and Energy Harvesting with the Vanadium-Bromide Couples – I. S. McKay, J. Schwalbe, M. Cargnello, and A. Majumdar (Stanford University)

Air Batteries and Fuel Cells – 14:00 – 18:20 Co-Chairs: Zi-Feng Ma and Takeshi Abe 14:00

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Energy Storage in Environmentally Stable Nanoscale Magnesium Hybrid Materials – J. J. Urban (LBNL) Influence of Surface Oxygen NonStoichiometry on Oxygen Electrochemical Properties of Perovskite-Type Oxides – Y. Miyahara, K. Miyazaki, T. Fukutsuka, and T. Abe (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University)

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Bacterial-Cellulose-Derived Carbon As Air Electrode Material for Lithium Air Secondary Batteries – M. Nohara, Y. Yui, S. Sakamoto, M. Hayashi, and T. Komatsu (NTT Device Technology Labs, NTT Corporation) Understanding Hydrogen Peroxide Decomposition Activity of Transition Metal Oxide Catalysts in Oxygen Reduction Reaction – P. Trinh, S. Malkhandi, A. K. Manohar (University of Southern California), A. Manivannan (NETL), G. K. S. Prakash (Loker Hydrocarbon Research Institute, Dept of Chemistry), and S. R. Narayanan (University of Southern California) Highly-Active, Durable and Inexpensive IronBased Electrocatalyst for Oxygen Evolution – D. Mitra, C. Yang, A. K. Manohar, P. Trinh, and S. R. Narayanan (University of Southern California) Investigation of Triple-Phase Boundary Region in Partially Immersed Pt Segmented Electrode As a Model Electrode of Air Electrodes for Metal-Air Secondary Batteries – A. Ikezawa, K. Miyazaki, T. Fukutsuka, and T. Abe (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University) Break a Highly Efficient and Durable Hybrid Bifunctional Catalyst of Polymer-Wrapped Pristine Multi-Wall Carbon Nanotubes and NiCo2O4 for Rechargeable Zinc-Air Batteries – J. Yang (Kyushu University), T. Fujigaya (PRESTO, JST, Dept Applied Chem. & WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University), and N. Nakashima (Dept Applied Chem. & WPII2CNER, Kyushu University) Enhancement of Cycle Stability and Durability in Secondary Zinc-Air Batteries By Optional Ion-Transporting Separator – H. J. Hwang (New energy and battery engineering, Yonsei University), O. C. Kwon, and Y. G. Shul (Yonsei University) A New Architecture Design for Observing Lithium Oxide Growth-Evolution Employing Geometric Catalyst Positioning – W. H. Ryu (Sookmyung Women’s University), F. S. Gittleson (Sandia National Laboratories), J. Li, and A. D. Taylor (Yale University) Bifunctional MnOx@Metal-Oxide CoreShell Structure As Highly Efficient and Durable Oxygen Catalysts – Y. Cheng (Curtin University), S. Dou (Hunan University), M. Saunders (The University of Western Australia), J. Zhang (Curtin University), S. Wang (Hunan University), and S. P. Jiang (Curtin University) Development of Aluminum Air Battery Using an Ionic Liquid Electrolyte Solution – T. Oguma and K. Azumi (Hokkaido University) Carbon/Air Thermal Battery: New Materials and Performance – J. F. Cooper (John F Cooper Consulting, LLC)

Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center A01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Marca Doeff and Zi-Feng Ma •

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Titanium Dioxide As a High Capacity Anode for High Voltage Aqueous Lithium-Ion Batteries – A. Ramanujapuram, D. Gordon, K. Coffman, R. A. Sosa, S. Zhang, and G. Yushin (Georgia Institute of Technology) Hybrid Energy Harvester Using Piezoelectric and Pyroelectric Properties of PVDF Nanocomposite Films – A. Batra, A. Alomari, and D. Brown (AL. A&M Univ.) Numerical Modeling of Lithium Ion Battery Capacity Fading on Electric Vehicles – C. Yuan (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee) The Materials for Sodium Battery: Synthesis and Electrochemical Characterization – V. H. Nguyen, T. V. Man, N. L. T. Huynh, and L. M. L. Phung (VNU-HCM University of Science) Breakthrough in Increasing Li-Ion Battery Energy and Safety, and Reducing Cost. Synergistic Effect of Novel Nanomaterials, Technology, Equipment for Production, and Non-Destructive Method of the Testing – E. M. Shembel (Enerize Corporation), V. I. Redko (Enerize Corporation, FL. USA), N. I. Klyui (Enerize Corporation), A. V. Markevich (Ukrainian State Chemical Technology University), V. A. Tutyk (Enerize Corporation), I. M. Maksyuta (Ukrainian State Chemical Technology Iniversity), and O. Kolomoyets (Ukrainian State Chemical Technology University) Characteristics of Double Layerd TiO2 Cathode Assembling to Marine Microbial Fuel Cell – S. Motoda, M. Morita, and S. Tamura (Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology) Shape Memory Polymer-Based Self-Healing Triboelectric Nanogenerator – J. H. Lee, R. Hinchet, S. K. Kim, S. Kim, and S. W. Kim (Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU)) Evaluation of HEV Batteries for Recycle ~Investigation for Estimating Battery Capacity By Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy~ – H. Nishi, D. Koba, S. Ito, T. Yao (Primearth EV Energy Co., Ltd.,), D. Mukoyama, H. Nara (Research Organ. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.), S. Tsuda (Waseda University), T. Momma (Grad. School of Advanced Science and Eng., Waseda Univ.), and T. Osaka (Waseda University)

Challenges in Advanced Analytical Tools and Techniques for Batteries: A Symposium in Honor of Zempachi Ogumi

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(Invited) In-Situ Spectroscopic Observation of Lithium Sulfur Batteries upon Cycling – B. J. Hwang, M. C. Tsai, F. Lee, M. H. Lin (National Taiwan University of Science and Technogy), J. H. Cheng (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology), W. N. Su (Graduate Institute of Applied Science and Technology), C. J. Huang (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology), P. Partovi-Azar, and P. Kaghazchi (Freie Universität Berlin) (Invited) To Understand Local Structure Evolution and Ion Dynamics of the Electrode/ Electrolyte Materials Combined with Different Spectroscopic Techniques – Y. Yang (Xiamen University) Intermission (Invited) Progress in High-Capacity Gradient Cathode Materials for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries – Y. K. Sun (Energy Engineering, Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea) (Invited) In-Situ and Operando Structure Analysis of Lithium Battery Reactions Using Neutron Scattering – R. Kanno, S. Taminato (Tokyo Institute of Technology), M. Yonemura (High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK)), S. Shiotani (Kyoto University), T. Kamiyama (SOKENDAI, KEK), S. Torii, M. Nagao (High Energy Accelerator Research Organization), Y. Ishikawa (KEK), K. Mori, T. Fukunaga, Y. Onodera (Research Reactor Institute, Kyoto University), T. Naka, M. Morishima, Y. Ukyo, D. S. Adipranoto, H. Arai (Kyoto University), Y. Uchimoto (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), Z. Ogumi (Office of Society-Academia Collaboration for Innovation), K. Suzuki, and M. Hirayama (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

Energy Dispersive X-Ray Diffraction (EDXRD): An Effective in-Situ Approach for Spatial Resolution of Electrode Reactions – E. S. Takeuchi, A. C. Marschilok, and K. J. Takeuchi (Stony Brook University) Change of Average and Local Structures for 0.5Li2MnO3-0.5LiMn1/3Ni1/3Co1/3O2 in First Charge Process of Different Rate – Y. Idemoto, T. Sekine, N. Ishida, and N. Kitamura (Tokyo University of Science) Crystal and Local Structure Analyses for Layered Rock-Salt Type LixMn0.9Ti0.1O2 Prepared By Soft Chemical Synthesis – N. Ishida, K. Miyazawa, N. Kitamura (Tokyo University of Science), J. Akimoto (AIST), and Y. Idemoto (Tokyo University of Science)

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In-Situ Neutron Diffraction Study of LithiumIon Battery Equalization Effects – J. Wilhelm (TU München, EES), V. Zinth (TU München, MLZ), S. V. Erhard (TU München, EES), I. Buchberger (TU München, TEC), and A. Jossen (TU München, EES) Degradation Analysis of 18650-Type LithiumIon Cells By in-Situ and Operando Neutron Diffraction – S. Shiotani (Toyoto Motor Corporation, Kyoto University), T. Naka (Office of Society-Academia Collaboration for Innovation), M. Morishima (Kyoto University), M. Yonemura (KEK, KE), T. Kamiyama (KEK, SOKENDAI), Y. Ishikawa (KEK), Y. Ukyo (Kyoto University), Y. Uchimoto (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), and Z. Ogumi (Office of Society-Academia Collaboration for Innovation)

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Lithium Intercalation and Structural Changes at the LiCoO2 Surface Under High Voltage Battery Operation – S. Taminato, M. Hirayama, K. Suzuki (Tokyo Institute of Technology), K. Tamura (Japan Atomic Energy Agency), T. Minato, H. Arai (Kyoto University), Y. Uchimoto (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), Z. Ogumi (Office of Society-Academia Collaboration for Innovation), and R. Kanno (Tokyo Institute of Technology) 180 In Situ AFM Observation of Amorphous Si Thin-Film Electrode in Ethylene CarbonateBased Electrolyte Solutions with Vinylene Carbonate – Z. Wu, Y. Kijima, M. Haruta, T. Doi, and M. Inaba (Doshisha University) 181 Inhomogeneous-Lithiation/HomogeneousDelithiation Occurring in the Composite Electrode at Continuous Cycling – K. Kitada (Mitsubishi Mortors Corporation, Kyoto University), H. Murayama (Office of SocietyAcademia Collaboration for Innovation), K. Fukuda, H. Arai, E. Matsubara (Kyoto University), Y. Uchimoto (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), and Z. Ogumi (Office of Society-Academia Collaboration for Innovation) 182 Distribution Analysis of Electrode Reaction of Lithium Manganese Oxide By Means of TimeResolved XAFS Technique – H. Yamagishi, R. Miyahara, M. Katayama (Department of Applied Chemistry, Ritsumeikan University), and Y. Inada (Ritsumeikan University) 183 Dynamic Properties on NMR Spectroscopy of Non-Aqueous Electrolyte Solution Coexisting with Fumed Silica Dispersion – M. Takemoto, M. Mizuhata, and H. Maki (Kobe University) 184 Raman Imaging for LiCoO2 Composite Positive Electrodes in All-Solid-State Lithium Batteries to Investigate State-of-Charge Distributions – M. Otoyama, Y. Ito (Osaka Prefecture University), A. Hayashi (Graduate School of Engineering), and M. Tatsumisago (Osaka Prefecture University)

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Cathode Diagnostics 2 – 13:30 – 16:50 Co-Chairs: Baris Key and Marca Doeff 13:30

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Inhomogeneous Degradation Phenomena of NMC Cathode in 18650-Type LithiumIon Battery: A Soft X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopic Investigation – T. Baba (Device analysis Department, NISSAN ARC Ltd.), C. Yogi (Device analysis Department, NISSAN ARC, Ltd.), Y. Honda (Device analysis Department, NISSAN ARC Ltd.), M. Arao (Device Analysis Department, NISSAN ARC Ltd.), M. Matsumoto, and H. Imai (Device analysis Department, NISSAN ARC Ltd.) 13:50 298 Direct Observation of Lattice Aluminum Environments in Li-Ion Cathodes NCA and Al-Doped NMC Via 27al MAS NMR Spectroscopy – F. Dogan (Argonne National Lab), J. T. Vaughey (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne National Laboratory), H. Iddir (Argonne National Laboratory), and B. Key (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory) 14:10 299 Mixing and Coating Procedure Development for LiNiCoAlO2 cathodes at Prototype Production Scale – M. Jahn (The University of Warwick), I. Rubio (WMG), D. Gonzalez (The University of Warwick), and R. Bhagat (University of Warwick) 14:30 300 Dissolution of Transition Metals in Lithium Ion Batteries with NMC-Based Electrodes – A. Warnecke, R. Graff, and D. U. Sauer (ISEA, RWTH Aachen University, Jülich Aachen Research Alliance, JARA-Energy) 14:50 301 Investigating the Influence of Transition Metal Composition on High-Voltage Cathodes Performance By Using Magnetic Susceptibility – L. David, A. S. Sefat, E. Cakmak, Y. Sheng, J. Li (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), D. L. Wood III, C. Daniel (University of Tennessee), and D. Mohanty (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) 15:10 Break 15:30 302 Investigation of the Electronic and Local Structural Changes during Li Uptake and Release of Nanocrystalline NiFe2O4 By X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy – D. Zhou (Helmholtz-Center Berlin for Materials and Energy), S. Permien (Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, University of Kiel), G. Schumacher, J. Rana (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie), W. Bensch (Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, University of Kiel), and J. Banhart (Technische Universität Berlin) 15:50 303 Improvement in the Thermal Safety of Rechargeable Lithium Batteries: Endothermic Behavior of Organic Positive-Electrode Materials – M. Yao, H. Ando, R. Kataoka, T. Kiyobayashi, and N. Takeichi (AIST) 16:10 304 Hysteretic Phenomena Between Charging and Discharging Process in LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 – Y. Satou, Y. Shimonishi, S. Komine, N. Yamamoto, H. Asai, and S. Itou (DENSO CORPORATION)

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Enhancing Surface Diffusion in Battery Electrodes Using Solvent Adsorbates – Y. Li (Stanford University), H. Chen (University of Bath), Z. Guan, P. Attia, J. Lim (Stanford University), M. Z. Bazant (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), M. S. Islam (University of Bath), and W. C. Chueh (Stanford University)

313 C, Hawai’i Convention Center Anodes 2 – 13:30 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Dominique Guyomard and Michael J. Wagner

Tuesday, October 4

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What Makes Si Anode Stabilized: Correlation of Electrochemical Performances with Si Local Structural Tranformations – K. Ogata, S. Han, and S. Jeon (Samsung Electronics) 13:50 307 A Porous Silicon Anode Material Prepared By Chemical Etching for High-Performance Lithium-Ion Batteries – M. Sohn, H. I. Park, D. G. Lee, and H. Kim (Hanyang University) 14:10 308 Silicon Anodes Incorporating Few-Layer Graphene (FLG) for Improved Cyclability in Li-Ion Batteries – Q. Huang, M. Loveridge (University of Warwick), C. Wan (The University of Warwick), R. Dashwood, and R. Bhagat (University of Warwick) 14:30 309 Dual-Type Si Nanocrystals Embedded Si/ SiOx Nanocomposites As a High Capacity Anode Material for Lithium-Ion Battery – E. Park, H. Yoo (Hanyang University), M. S. Park (Kyunghee University), Y. J. Kim (Korea Electronics Technology Institute), and H. Kim (Hanyang University) 14:50 310 Micro-Sized Bulk Porous Si from Fe-Si and Al-Si Alloys As High Performance Anodes for Li-Ion Batteries – W. Han (Zhejiang University), H. Tian, and W. He (Ningbo Inst. Mater. Tech. Engi. CAS) 15:10 Break 15:30 311 High Performance and Flexible Si Anodes Enabled By a Facile Electrode Design – K. Feng, M. Li, and Z. Chen (University of Waterloo) 15:50 312 The ANODE Performance of Highly-FINE Silicon Metal Particles Hybridized with PITCH-Derived Carbon in a Li ION Battery – H. Fujimoto (Osaka Gas Co., Ltd. Energy Technology Laboratories) 16:10 313 Lithium Transport in High-Capacity Encapsulated Silicon-Vacnt Electrodes – J. Fan, J. N. Harb (Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Brigham Young University), R. C. Davis, and R. R. Vanfleet (Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Brigham Young University) 16:30 Intermission 16:40 314 Hierarchical MoS2-Carbon Microspheres: A Robust Anode for High Performance Lithium Ion Battery – G. Chen and H. Luo (New Mexico State University) 17:00 315 Synthesis of Layered MoS2 with Enlarged d-Spacing and Its Carbon Composite By Substrate-Induced-Coagulation Coating Method As Anode Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries – J. H. Han (AIT Austrian Institute of Technology), J. Kahr (AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH), R. Hamid (Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH), S. H. Han, D. Y. Ahn (Department of Chemistry, Hanyang University), and A. Trifonova (Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH) 114

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Sulfur Atoms Bridging Few-Layered MoS2 with S-Doped Graphene Enables Highly Robust Anode for Lithium-Ion Batteries – X. Wang, G. Li, M. H. Seo, and Z. Chen (University of Waterloo) Nanostructured MoS2/Graphene Composite As Superior Anode Material for Li-Ion Batteries – Y. Teng, H. Zhao, Z. Zhang, Z. Li, Q. Xia, and Y. Zhang (University of Science and Technology Beijing)

Advances in Electrolytes for Lithium Batteries Battery / KECS Battery Division 321 A/B, Hawai’i Convention Center

Lithium Metal, Li/O2, and Li/S – 08:10 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Brett L. Lucht and K.M. Abraham 08:10

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High Voltage Compatible Bi-Functional Electrolyte for Li Metal Batteries – W. S. Chang, T. Sugimoto (Samsung Electronics Advanced Institute of Technology), T. Mizumo (Samsung Electronics Research Institute Japan), Y. G. Lee, H. S. Choi (Samsung Electronics Advanced Institute of Technology), H. Kang (Samsung Electronics), T. Yu (Samsung Electronics Advanced Insititute of Technology), and S. Doo (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology) Temperature Responsive Composite GelPolymer Electrolytes for Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – A. Mentbayeva (National Lab Astana, Nazarbayev University, Institute of Batteries LLC), B. Isakhov (School of Engineering, Nazarbayev University), A. Aishova (Institute of Batteries LLP), D. Batyrbekuly (Nazarbayev University), Y. Zhang (Hebei University of Technology), and Z. Bakenov (Institute of Batteries LLC, National Laboratory Astana, Nazarbayev University) Highly-Ordered Structural Deposition of Li2O2 in Li-O2 Battery – Y. Hase, J. Seki, T. Shiga (Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.), H. Nishikoori, H. Iba (Battery Mater. Eng. & Res. Div., Toyota Motor Corporation), and K. Takechi (Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.) Optimization of Dual-Salt Electrolytes for Rechargeable Lithium Metal Batteries – S. Jiao, J. Zheng, S. Cartmell, J. G. Zhang, and W. Xu (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) Break (Invited) Advanced Electrolytes for Lithium Metal Electrode – H. Lee, H. Jeon, M. H. Ryou, and Y. M. Lee (Hanbat National University) A Reversible Dendrite-Free High-ArealCapacity Metallic Lithium Electrode – H. Wang (Mie University), M. Matsui (Japan Science and Technology Agency, Mie University), H. Kuwata, Y. Matsuda, X. Shang, Y. Takeda, O. Yamamoto, and N. Imanishi (Mie University)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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549 Li7La3Zr2O12 Interface Modification for Li Dendrite Prevention – M. Finsterbusch, C. L. Tsai (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, IEK1), V. Roddatis (Institute of Materials Physics, University of Göttingen), V. C. Nair (Institute of Physical Chemistry, University Hannover), Q. Ma, S. Uhlenbruck (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, IEK-1), P. Heitjans (Institute of Physical Chemistry, University Hannover), and O. Guillon (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, IEK-1, Jülich Aachen Research Alliance, JARA-Energy) 550 Oxygen Electrode Reactions in Dilakylacetamide-Based Electrolytes for Lithium-Air Batteries – A. M. Alsudairi, S. Mukerjee, and K. M. Abraham (Northeastern University) 551 Probing the Role of Solvent and Salt in Lithium Sulfur Redox Reactions – Q. Zou and Y. C. Lu (The Chinese University of Hong Kong) 552 Theoretical Investigation on the Behavior of Tetrathiafulvalene (TTF) As a Red-Ox Mediator for Charge Process of Li-Air Battery – S. Jung and K. Akagi (Tohoku University)

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Metal Organic Frameworks/Ionic Liquid Composites As Electrolytes for Li-Ion Batteries – A. Singh (Japan Advanced Institute Of Science and Technology), R. Vedarajan, and N. Matsumi (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Ionic Liquid/Borane Binary Electrolyte with Remarkably High Lithium Transference Number – N. Matsumi, K. Matsui, E. Tamaru, and R. Vedarajan (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Transport Phenomena of Nonaqueous Electrolyte Solutions at High Concentrations: A Comparison Between the Li- and NaSystems – K. Kuratani (AIST), I. Kishimoto, Y. Nishida, R. Kondo, H. T. Takeshita (Kansai University), H. Senoh, and T. Kiyobayashi (AIST)

Beyond Li-ion Batteries

Battery / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / KECS Battery Division / Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (CSE) 313 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

Concentrated and Ionic Liquid Electrolytes – 14:00 – 17:50 Co-Chairs: Brett L. Lucht and Makoto Ue

Magnesium Battery 1 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Claudiu B. Bucur, Vito Di Noto, John Muldoon and Tom Gregory

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(Invited) Solvate Ionic Liquids for Advanced Lithium Batteries – M. Watanabe (Yokohama National University) (Invited) Concentrated Liquid Electrolytes – A. Yamada and Y. Yamada (The University of Tokyo) (Invited) Highly Concentrated LiBF4-Based Electrolyte Solutions for LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 Positive Electrodes in Lithium Ion Batteries – T. Doi, Y. Shimizu, M. Hashinokuchi, M. Inaba (Doshisha University), K. Takahashi, H. Inoue, H. Nakagawa, and T. Inamasu (GS Yuasa International Ltd.) Advanced Design of Lifsi-Based Electrolyte for High Performance Li-Ion Battery – S. Uchida, M. Yamagata, and M. Ishikawa (Kansai University) Monte-Carlo Simulation of the Ionic Transport of Electrolyte Solutions at High Concentrations Based on the Pseudo-Lattice Model – T. Kiyobayashi, K. Kuratani, and H. Ozaki (AIST) In Situ Electrochemical Measurements of Deposition and Dissolution of Lithium in Li[N(CF3SO2)2]-Glyme Solvate Ionic Liquids – N. Tachikawa, S. Hosoda, T. Ishida, K. Yoshii (Keio University), M. Watanabe (Yokohama National University), and Y. Katayama (Keio University) Functionalized Cyclic Phosphonium (CylP+nA-) Ionic Liquids As Candidate Materials for Li-Ion Battery Electrolytes – G. K. P. Dathar (Samsung Research and Development Institute), S. Pandian, K. S. Hariharan (Samsung Research and Development Institute), D. Park, and H. Kang (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

(Invited) 3D-Catenated EMImCl/(TiCl4)1.4/ (δ-MgCl2)x Ionic Liquid Electrolyte for Mg Secondary Batteries – G. Pagot (Centro Studi “Giorgio Levi Cases”, Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Padova), F. Bertasi (INSTM, Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Padova), E. Negro (Department of Chemical Sciences - University of Padova, Centro Studi “Giorgio Levi Cases”), F. Sepehr, S. J. Paddison (University of Tennessee, Knoxville), and V. Di Noto (Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Padova, INSTM) High Performance Magnesium Ion Electrolytes – J. T. Herb, C. Nist-Lund, and C. B. Arnold (Princeton University) Diffusion Measurements of Mg in High Capacity Thiospinel MgxTi2S4 – P. Bonnick, X. Sun, and L. F. Nazar (University of Waterloo) Magnesium Insertion into the Chevrel Phase Mo6S8: XPS Analysis – J. Richard, J. F. Colin, A. Benayad, and S. Martinet (CEA-LITEN) Impact of Solvent Co-Intercalation in Cathodes: A Study on Mg-Xerogel V2O5 – G. S. Gautam (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), P. Canepa (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), W. Richards, R. Malik (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and G. Ceder (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Feasibility of Metal-Anode Rechargeable Battery: Toward “Rocking-Chair” Type Mg-Li Dual-Salt Batteries – H. Li (Kyoto University), S. Yagi (the University of Tokyo), Y. Kumagai, F. Oba (Tokyo Institute of Technology), E. Matsubara, and T. Ichitsubo (Kyoto University)

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Fluorophosphate-Based Polyanion Cathode Materials for Rechargeable Magnesium Batteries – T. Masese (Research Institute of Electrochemical Energy, AIST), Z. D. Huang (Nanjing University of Posts & Telecommunications), H. Senoh (AIST and University of Yamanashi), H. Sano, M. Shikano (Research Institute of Electrochemical Energy, AIST), and Y. Uchimoto (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University) Intermission Magnesium Phosphorus Oxynitride with High Mg2+ Ionic Conductivity as a Novel Thinfilm Magnesium Electrolyte – Y. Nishitani, S. Shibata, T. Tsujita, O. Tetsuyuki, and A. Omote (Panasonic Corporation) Understanding Magnesiation Mechanism and Cation Dynamics in Transition Metal Oxides for Magnesium-Ion Batteries – B. Key, J. T. Vaughey (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), H. Wang (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), N. Sa (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), J. T. Incorvati (Northwestern University), R. D. Bayliss, J. Cabana (JCESR at University of Illinois at Chicago), K. Poeppelmeier (Northwestern University), and A. K. Burrell (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research) First-Principles Screening and Evaluation of Sulfide Compounds for Multivalent Battery Cathode Applications – M. Liu (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Z. Rong (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), P. Canepa (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), R. Malik (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), A. Jain (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), G. Ceder (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley), and K. A. Persson (University of California at Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Modeling Electrode/Electrolyte Interactions in Magnesium Batteries – J. S. Lowe (University of Michigan) and D. J. Siegel (Technical University of Denmark)

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Magnesium Battery 2 – 14:00 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Claudiu B. Bucur, Vito Di Noto, John Muldoon and Tom Gregory 14:00

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(Invited) Key Challenges Facing Rechargeable Magnesium Batteries: A Peek Outside the Box – T. D. Gregory (Borealis Technology Solutions LLC) A New Pyrrolidinium-Based Electrolyte for Secondary Magnesium Batteries – F. Bertasi, K. Vezzù, E. Negro (Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Padova), G. Pace (CNR-IENI), G. Pagot, G. Nawn, A. Bach Delpeuch, and V. Di Noto (Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Padova) Design Strategies for Multivalent Energy Dense Cathode Materials – G. Ceder (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Z. Rong (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), M. Liu, D. C. Hannah, G. S. Gautam, P. Canepa (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and K. A. Persson (University of California at Berkeley)

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High Throughput Approach to Accelerate Electrolyte Discovery for Post Li-Ion Batteries – K. A. Persson (University of California at Berkeley), N. N. Rajput (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and X. Qu (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR)) Break Organic Cathodes for Energy Storage Systems – C. Liao, B. Pan, J. T. Vaughey (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), Z. Zhang (Argonne National Laboratory), and A. Burrell (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) Studies of New Rechargeable Mg-Ion Battery Using Boron-Hydrogen Based Electrolytes – H. Aso, O. Tutusaus, T. S. Arthur, and R. Mohtadi (Toyota Research Institute of North America) Surface Analysis of Magnesium-Based Intermetallic Compounds – H. Kuwata (Mie University), M. Matsui (Mie University, JST, PRESTO), and N. Imanishi (Mie University) Facile Chemical Routes to Assess the Feasibility of Electrode Hosts for MultiValent-Ion Insertion/Extraction – A. Manthiram (The University of Texas at Austin) and W. Kaveevivitchai (University of Texas at Austin) Spinel-to-Rocksalt Transition on Mg Insertion into Spinel-Oxide Cathodes in Magnesium Rechargeable Batteries – K. Shimokawa, S. Okamoto (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University), T. Kawaguchi (Kyoto University), Y. Kumagai, F. Oba (Tokyo Institute of Technology), S. Yagi (the University of Tokyo), E. Matsubara, and T. Ichitsubo (Kyoto University) Magnesocene-Based Electrolytes - a New Electrolyte Class for Magnesium Batteries – R. M. Schwarz, P. Fischer, M. Pejic, M. Marinaro, L. Jörissen, and M. Wachtler (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und WasserstoffForschung BW)

Electrochemical Capacitors and Related Devices: Fundamentals to Applications

Battery / Energy Technology / ECSJ Capacitor Technology / KECS Supercapacitor Division / Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (CSE) 317 B, Hawai’i Convention Center

Electrolytes I – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Andrea Balducci and Masashi Ishikawa 08:00

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(Invited) Ferrocene-Modified Electroactive Ionic Liquids to Prevent Self-Discharge of Redox-Active Electrolyte Capacitors – D. Rochefort, H. J. Xie, and B. Gélinas (Université de Montréal) Significant Performance Enhancement in Asymmetric Supercapacitors with Redox Additive Aqueous Electrolyte and Trade-Off Between Capacitance/Cycling at Elevated Temperatures – A. Singh and A. Chandra (Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur) Pseudohalide-Based Electrolytes for HighEnergy Electrochemical Capacitors – K. Fic, B. Gorska, P. Bujewska (Poznan University of Technology), F. Béguin (ICTE, Poznan University of Technology), and E. Frackowiak (Poznan University of Technology)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Characterization of Different Conductive Salts in Acn-Based Electrolytes for Electrochemical Double Layer Capacitors – J. Krummacher, C. Schütter, and A. Balducci (Helmholtz Institute Ulm, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) Break

Electrolytes II – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Dominic Rochefort and François Béguin 10:00

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Ionic Liquid Mxene-Based Pseudocapacitors – M. Alhabeb (Drexel University, A.J Drexel Nanomaterials Institute), K. L. Van Aken (A. J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute, Drexel University), B. Anasori (Drexel University, A.J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute), and Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University, A. J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute) From Computational Screening to Real Devices: The Case of Cyano Esters Based Electrolytes for Electrochemical Double Layer Capacitors – A. Balducci, C. Schütter, J. Krummacher (Helmholtz Institute Ulm), and M. Korth (University of Ulm) Silica-Based Ionogel Electrolyte for Electrical Double Layer Capacitors – L. Negre (Université Paul Sabatier - CIRIMAT UMR CNRS 5085), B. Daffos (CIRIMAT UMR CNRS 5085), P. L. Taberna Sr. (Université Paul Sabatier - CIRIMAT UMR CNRS 5085), and P. Simon (CIRIMAT-CNRS, University of Toulouse III Paul Sabatier) Aqueous-Based Polymer Electrolytes for Solid Energy Storage Systems – K. Lian, J. Li, A. Virya, Y. W. Foong, H. Wu, and H. Gao (University of Toronto) Solid-State Microsupercapacitors Assembled Using Ionic Liquids for Wide TemperatureRange Applications – H. Teng, P. Y. Chang, and H. C. Huang (National Cheng Kung University) High Voltage Lithium Ion Capacitor for Elevated Temperature Applications; Built on Activated Carbon and Litfsi Dissolved in Alkylcarbonates Compound – M. Salari and M. W. Grinstaff (Boston University)

Young Investigators – 14:00 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: Elzbieta Frackowiak and Yury Gogotsi 14:00

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(Invited) In-Situ Study of Electric Double Layer and Ionic Transport at the Solid/ Liquid Interface Using Scanning Probe Microscopy – J. Come, J. Black, S. V. Kalinin (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University), and N. Balke (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) (Invited) Bottom-up Silicon Nanostructures: A Toolbox for Integrated on-Chip Edlcs – D. Gaboriau (CEA Grenoble - INAC-SyMMES (UGA, CEA, CNRS), CEA Grenoble - INACPHELIQS (UGA, CEA)), M. Brachet (IMN, CNRS/University of Nantes), M. Boniface (CEA INAC-MEM), D. Aradilla, D. Aldakov, G. Bidan (CEA Grenoble - INAC-SyMMES (UGA, CEA, CNRS)), J. Le Bideau (IMN, CNRS/University of Nantes), T. Brousse (Université de Nantes), P. Gentile (INACPHELIQS (UGA, CEA)), and S. Sadki (CEA Grenoble - INAC-SyMMES (UGA, CEA, CNRS))

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

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(Invited) Understanding the Different Steps Occurring during the Charging of Supercapacitors – C. Pean, M. Salanne (Sorbonne Universités, UPMC Univ Paris 06, UMR 8234), and P. Simon (CIRIMAT-CNRS, University of Toulouse III Paul Sabatier) 15:00 959 (Invited) Aqueous Hybrid Supercapacitor Using Water-Stable Multilayered Li+Doped Carbon Negative Electrode with Alginate Gel As a Buffer Layer – S. Makino (Shinshu University), S. Sugimoto (Chubu Electric Power), and W. Sugimoto (Shinshu University) 15:20 960 (Invited) Binary Mixtures of 1-Butyl-1Methylpyrrolidinium Bis{(trifluoromethyl) Sulfonyl}Imide and Aliphatic Nitrile Solvents As Electrolyte for Electrochemical Double Layer Capacitors – C. Schütter (Helmholtz Institute Ulm, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), A. R. Neale (Queen’s University Belfast), P. Wilde (Queen’s University Belfast), P. Goodrich (Queen’s University Belfast), C. Hardacre (Queen’s University Belfast), S. Passerini Sr. (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), J. Jacquemin (Queen’s University Belfast), and A. Balducci (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Helmholtz Institute Ulm) 15:40 961 (Invited) Novel Ti4O7 /MnO2 Pseudocapacitive Composite for High Energy Density and Stability Supercapacitor – Y. T. Weng, S. S. Huang, C. H. Chuang, and N. L. Wu (National Taiwan University) 16:00 Break 16:20 962 (Invited) Structural Aspect on Ion Solvation in Ionic Liquid-Based Electrolyte Solutions for Electrochemical Devices – K. Fujii (Yamaguchi University), N. Yoshimoto (Graduate School of Science and Technology for Innovation), and M. Morita (Yamaguchi University) 16:40 963 (Invited) Nanostructured Graphene Electrodes for High Performance and Stretchability – J. G. Son (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) 17:00 964 (Invited) Ionic Liquid Mixture Electrolytes to Increase the Performance of Electrochemical Capacitors – K. L. Van Aken (A. J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute, Drexel University) and Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University) Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center A07 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Electrochemical Characteristics of Graphite Felt Electrode By Surface Modification for Vrfbs – T. H. Noh, M. Y. Kim (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH)), M. S. Lee (Chonnam National University), H. S. Park (Carbon Nano Fibers (CNF Co.,Ltd)), and H. S. Kim (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH)) Interconnected Carbon Nanostructures for High Performance Supercapacitor Applications – H. K. Kim, A. R. Kamali, R. V. Kumar, and D. J. Fray (University of Cambridge)

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Lithium Titanate Confined in Carbon Nanopores for Asymmetric Supercapacitors – E. Zhao, C. Qin, H. R. Jung (Georgia Institute of Technology), G. Berdichevsky, A. Nese (Sila Nanotechnologies, Inc.), S. Marder, and G. Yushin (Georgia Institute of Technology) 969 The High-Performance Asymmetric Capacitors with Lithium-Intercalated MetalOrganic Framework Electrodes – Y. Ozawa, N. Ogihara, O. Hiruta, and N. Ohba (Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.) 970 Advanced in-Situ Characterization of Carbon-Based Supercapacitors – K. Fic and E. Frackowiak (Poznan University of Technology) 971 Preparation and Electrochemical Properties of the Pouch-Type Edlc – I. J. Kim, S. Yang, S. M. Lim, and B. K. Koo (Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute) 972 New Hybrid Supercapacitor Based on LiPredoped TiO2(B) Prepared By Means of Ultracentrifugation – S. Aoyagi, K. Okazaki, Y. Egawa (Department of Applied Chemistry, Tokyo Univ. of Agri & Tech), J. Miyamoto (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), E. Iwama (Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology), W. Naoi (K & W Inc), and K. Naoi (Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology) 973 Activation of Petroleum Pitch for Production of Porous Carbons with High Electric Double Layer Capacitance – P. I. Wu and H. Teng (National Cheng Kung University) 974 Fabrication and Enhanced Electrochemical Properties of Bi3.64Mo0.36O6.55 Nanoparticles with a High Bi Content for Pseudocapacitor Electrodes – X. Liu, D. Zhu, and W. Wang (nanjing university of science and technology) 975 Facile Synthesis of Nickel – D. Zha, Q. Han (Nanjing University of Sci. & Tech.), and X. Wang (Nanjing University of Science and Technology) 976 Facile Synthesis of Nanostructured Co3O4 thin Films at Low Temperature for HighPerformance Pseudocapacitors – K. Tian, L. Wei, and X. Guo (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) 977 Activated Carbons By Nitrogen Doped Chemical Activation and Their Performancefor – M. Yoshikawa (Osaka Gas co., ltd.) and H. Fujimoto (Osaka Gas Co., Ltd. Energy Technology Laboratories) 978 Cycling Performance of Ppy Derived Carbon Based Symmetric Supercapacitors in Aqueous Electrolyte – A. Bello, F. Barzegar, M. J. Madito, D. Y. Momodu, A. A. Khaleed, T. M. Masikhwa, J. K. Dangbegnon (University of Pretoria), and N. Manyala (Physics Department, University of Pretoria) 979 Vertically Stacked Bilayer CuCo2O4/MnCo2O4 heterostructures on Functionalized Graphite Paper for High-Performance Electrochemical Capacitors – S. Liu (Pusan National University), K. S. Hui (Hanyang University), and K. N. Hui (Institute of Applied Physics and Materials Engineering) 967

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In-Situ TEM Analysis of Ink-Jet Printed MnO2-Graphene for Supercapacitor Electrodes – L. McKeon, E. Long (CRANN, School of Physics, Trinity College Dublin), J. Coelho (School of Chemistry/CRANN,Trinity College Dublin), C. Zhang (CRANN, School of Chemistry, Trinity College Dublin), S. H. Park (Trinity College Dublin), R. Coull, A. Shmelov (CRANN, Trinity College Dublin), and V. Nicolosi (CRANN, School of Chemistry, Trinity College Dublin) A Combined Theoretical-Experimental Study of Energy Storage Behavior of Reduced Graphene Oxide/Manganese Oxide Supercapacitor – C. W. Lee (Korea Institute of Energy Research), S. Byun (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), and J. J. Yoo (Korea Institute of Energy Research) Electrochemical Properties of CO2 Laser Radiated Carbon-Based Electrodes for Supercapacitors – H. R. Yu, Y. S. Choi, and H. W. Cheong (Agency for Defense Development) Electrochemical Characteristics of Large Area Thin Film Supercapacitors for Flexible Electronic Applications – J. J. Yoo, Y. I. Kim, and J. H. Kim (Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER)) Activated Carbon Derived from Tree Bark Biomass for High Performance Electrochemical Capacitors – D. Y. Momodu, M. J. Madito, F. Barzegar, T. M. Masikhwa, F. Ugbo, A. A. Khaleed, A. Bello, J. K. Dangbegnon (University of Pretoria), and N. Manyala (Physics Department, University of Pretoria) Three-Dimensional Graphene Sponge with Hierarchically Porous Structure for Electrochemical Supercapacitors – C. Shan (Los Alamos National Laborotary) and H. L. Wang (Los Alamos National Lab) Synthesized the Nano-Rod Structured Metal Oxide By AAO Template Method Application to Electrochemical Capacitors – C. Kim (Chungbuk National University), H. Habazaki (Hokkaido University), and S. G. Park (Chungbuk National University) Investigating the Electrochemical Behaviour of Different Carbons in Non-Aqueous Solvents Using Step Potential Electrochemical Spectroscopy – S. W. Donne, M. F. Dupont (University of Newcastle), and A. Roland (University of Montpellier) The Effects of Duty Cycle on the Step Potential Electrochemical Spectroscopy (SPECS) and Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) Analysis of Manganese Oxides for Electrochemical Capacitors – S. W. Donne and M. Forghiani (University of Newcastle) Graphene Oxide Self-Assembled with a Cationic Fullerene for High Performance Supercapacitor Applications – K. Senthilkumar (Suncheon University) High Performance Supercapacitors Electrode Based on N-Doped Carbon Nanofibers – R. Liu, F. Zhang, E. Li, J. Xu, and G. Yuan (Harbin Institute of Technology)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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High Performance Supercapacitor with the Activated Carbon Particle/Polymer Composite – Y. Jang and K. Y. Kim (Korea Institute of Machinery & Materials) 992 High Energy-Density Hybrid Supercapacitors: Combining High-Voltage Window Ionic Liquids with MnO2-Nanomaterials – S. Lindberg, F. Nitze, and A. Matic (Chalmers University of Technology) 993 Comparative Study with Phenol and Furfural Resin-Based Active Carbon for High Density Electric Double Layer Capacitor – T. Nakazawa, K. Nishimura, T. Saito, N. Okamoto (Osaka Prefecture University), I. Ide, Y. Onishi, and M. Nishikawa (Lignyte Co,Ltd.) 994 MnO2 for Supercapacitors – I. R. Mattson, S. Sunde (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), S. M. Hanetho (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), and A. M. Svensson (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) 995 A High Energy Density Lithium Ion Capacitor with CNT Anchored on Carbon Nano Plate As a New Anode Material – Y. Kim, S. C. Woo, J. H. Song, C. S. Lee, J. S. Park, and Y. J. Kim (Korea Electronics Technology Institute) 996 Flexible Supercapacitor for High Temperature Applications – E. Köhler, H. Staaf, V. Kuzmenko, Q. Li, and P. Enoksson (Chalmers University of Technology) 997 Preparation of Sioc Li-Ion Capacitor By TEOS Based Sol-Gel Method with Different Silicones Precursors – B. Li, C. Funahashi, T. Saito, N. Okamoto (Osaka Prefecture University), I. Ide, Y. Onishi, and M. Nishikawa (Lignyte Co,Ltd.) 998 Supercapacitive Properties of the Electrodeposited Layered Electrodes of Ruthenium Oxide and Polyaniline – K. M. Kim (Electronics & Telecommunications Research Institute), Y. G. Lee (Electronics&Telecommunications Research Institute), J. Kim, J. Y. Kim (ETRI), and J. M. Ko (Hanbat National University) 999 Hybrid Composite Electrodes for Supercapasitors Prepared By Simple Routes – T. Mokkelbost, S. M. Hanetho, A. O. Barnett, J. R. Tolchard (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), A. M. Svensson (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), and F. Montemor (Instituto Superior Tecnico) 1000 Optoelectronics and Electrochemical Properties of RuO2/PEDOT:PSS Transparent, Conductive Ultrathin Films – C. Zhang (CRANN, School of Chemistry, Trinity College Dublin), T. Higgins (CRANN, School of Physics, Trinity College Dublin), S. H. Park (Trinity College Dublin), J. N. Coleman (School of Physics and CRANN, Trinity College Dublin), and V. Nicolosi (CRANN, School of Chemistry, Trinity College Dublin) 1001 Porous Silicon Electrochemical Capacitors Using Double Sided Porous Silicon and ALD Coatings – D. S. Gardner, C. W. Holzwarth III, Y. Liu, S. B. Clendenning, W. Jin, B. K. Moon, Z. Chen, T. Aldridge, E. C. Hannah (Intel Corporation), C. Wang, C. Chen (Florida International University), and J. Gustafson (Ceranovo)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

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Polyoxometalate Modified Biomass Carbon Composites for Supercapacitor Electrodes – M. Genovese and K. Lian (University of Toronto) Study of the Aluminum Anode Oxide Film and Cathode Material Interface of Conductive Polymer Aluminum Solid Electrolytic Capacitor – M. Sekiguchi (Graduate School of Sci. and Eng. Yamagata University), T. Ito, K. Tachibana, and T. Nishina (Academic Asssembly, Yamagata University) Synthesis and Integration of Ultrathin Polyaniline Films into Carbide Derived Carbon Supercapacitors – Y. Y. Smolin (Drexel University), K. L. Van Aken, M. Boota (Drexel University, A. J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute), M. Soroush (Drexel University), Y. Gogotsi (A. J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute, Drexel University), and K. K. S. Lau (Drexel University) Polyaniline / Nickel Ferrite / Nitrogen Doped Graphene Ternary Composite for Supercapacitors – X. Xia, L. Tong, W. Lei, and Q. Hao (Nanjing University of Science and Technology) Wearable Fiber-Shaped Solid-State Supercapacitors Based on Hierarchical MoS2 for a Self-Powered Photodetecting System – B. Wang and J. Cheng (Institute of Chemical Materials, CAEP) Supercapacitors Using Binder-Free & Surfactant-Free CNT Electrodes – S. Brahim, E. Indra, R. Sy, P. Bonzato, and S. Maat (YTC America Inc.)

Carbon Nanostructures: From Fundamental Studies to Applications and Devices

Nanocarbons / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) 318 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

Session 1 – 08:20 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Slava V. Rotkin and Steven Stevenson 08:20

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Thermal Energy Harvesting Using Carbon Nanotube and Polymer Aqueous Electrolyte Composite – A. H. Kazim and B. Cola (Georgia Institute of Technology) Tuning Work Function of Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes By Defects Creation – B. Gong, J. Chen, A. Ikematsu, and K. Waki (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Structural and Electrode Properties of Iodine Molecules Encapsulated in Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes – Y. Yoshida, N. Kato, Y. Ishii (Nagoya institute of technology), and S. Kawasaki (NIT) Alkali Metal Ion Storage Properties of SingleWalled Carbon Nanotube Encapsulation Systems – Y. Sakamoto, L. Canghao, Y. Ishii (Nagoya institute of technology), and S. Kawasaki (NIT) Nanotubes Via Vacuum-Supported SuctionSystem – M. Rastedt (NEXT ENERGY • EWE Research Centre for Energy Technology) and D. Hoogestraat (Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg / Germany) Break

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Reactor R&D: Effect of Plasma Additives on Endohedral Metallofullerene and Empty-Cage Fullerenes – S. Stevenson, S. K. Budd, and B. L. Kime (Indiana-Purdue University at Fort Wayne (IPFW)) 1045 SWCNT-TiO2 Nanocomposite Photo-Anode for Improved Thermal Performances of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells – R. Agarwal (University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus), S. Sahoo (University of Puerto Rico), C. venkateswara Rao (wayne state university), and R. S. Katiyar (University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras) 1046 Control Synthesis of Nitrogen Doped Carbon Nanotubes and Their Application in Energy Storage – H. Liu (Chengdu Green Energy and Green Technology R&D Center) and J. Mei (Chengdu Green Energy and Green Technology R&D Center) 1047 CVD Grown Mwcnts and Graphene for Pemfcs Application – D. Ion-Ebrasu, S. Enache, C. Bubulinca (ICSI-Rm. Valcea), E. Carcadea (ICSI Rm. Valcea), M. Varlam, I. Stefanescu (ICSI-Rm. Valcea), and G. Wittstock (Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg) 1048 Functionalization of Graphene Sheets By the Diazonium Chemistry during the Electrochemical Exfoliation of Graphite – B. D. Ossonon (Université du Québec à Montréal) and D. Bélanger (Département Chimie, Université du Québec à Montréal)

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Controllable Growth and Ultrasensitive Molecule Detection of Large-Area Doped Graphene – R. Lyu (Tsinghua University) 14:00 1050 Gallium Catalysed Direct Growth of Graphene Epitaxial Layer on SiC Substrates By Chemical Vapor Deposition – K. Jeganathan and P. Dharmaraj (Bharathidasan University) 14:20 1051 Graphene Chemical Modification – S. C. Hernandez (Naval Research Laboratory), C. Junkermeier (Naval Research Lab), P. Dev (University of Howard), W. Lee, J. Robinson, P. Sheehan, T. Reinecke, and S. Walton (Naval Research Laboratory) 14:40 1052 Optical Properties of Transferred Graphene Nanostructures – S. V. Rotkin (Lehigh University) 15:00 1053 Towards the Manipulation of Defects and Dopants to Functionalise Graphene - a DFT Based Study and Development of New Theoretical Methods – M. Hildebrand (Imperial College), T. Sainsbury, I. Rungger (National Physics Laboratory), and N. Harrison (Imperial College) 15:20 Break 15:40 1054 The Effect of pH on the Reduction of Graphene Oxide in Regards to the Structure and ORR Capabilities in Alkaline Media – D. Glass, G. K. S. Prakash, and G. A. Olah (Loker Hydrocarbon Research Institute, Dept of Chemistry, University of Southern California) 16:00 1055 High-Energy Electrochemical Capacitors Utilizing Chemically Reduced Graphite Oxide As Negative Electrode Material – I. Acznik, K. Lota, and A. Sierczyńska (Institute of NonFerrous Metals, Lab. Batteries & Cells) 120

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Oxygen Reduction on Graphene-Based Materials of Different Origin – E. KibenaPõldsepp, J. Lilloja (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu), M. Merisalu, P. Rauwel, L. Matisen, A. Niilisk (Institute of Physics, University of Tartu), E. S. F. Cardoso, G. Maia (Institute of Chemistry, UFMS), M. Kook, U. Joost (Institute of Physics, University of Tartu), V. Sammelselg (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu, Institute of Physics, University of Tartu), and K. Tammeveski (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu) CVD Assembly of 3D Graphene and Their Contribution for Lithium-Sulfur Batteries with High Energy Density and Long Lifespan – Q. Zhang, J. Q. Huang, H. J. Peng, and X. B. Cheng (Tsinghua University) Strain Sensing Polymer Nanocomposites at Ultralow Graphene Loading Level – H. Liu (Zhengzhou University, University of Tennessee, Knoxville), J. Guo (University of Tennessee Knoxville), Q. He (University of Tennessee, Knoxville), K. Dai, G. Zheng, C. Liu (Zhengzhou University), and Z. Guo (University of Tennessee Knoxville) Macroscale Superlubricity Enabled By Ensembles of Graphene on Diamond Nanoscrolls – S. K. R. S. Sankaranarayanan (Argonne National Laboratory) Thermal Conductivity of Ultrananocrystalline Diamond/Nonhydrogenated Amorphous Carbon Composite Films Prepared By Coaxial Arc Plasma Deposition – S. Takeichi, T. Nishiyama, M. Kohno, K. Takahashi (Kyushu university), Y. Katamune (Kyushu institute of technology), and T. Yoshitake (Kyushu university)

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Carbon Nanotube Capacitor Using Redox Reaction of Iodide Ions in Electrolyte – Y. Yoshida, Y. Taniguchi, Y. Ishii (Nagoya institute of technology), and S. Kawasaki (NIT) Field Emission from Titanium-Coated Carbon Nanotubes Grown on Micron-Sized Silicon Pillar Arrays – H. S. Uh and S. Park (Sejong University) Catalytic Activity of Gold Nanoparticle Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes for a Hydrogen Evolution Reaction – T. M. AbdelFattah (Applied Research Center, Jefferson National Lab), C. Huff, and T. Dushatinski (Christopher Newport University) Improving Gas Barrier Performance of Polymer Nanocomposites with Carbon Nanotube Nanofillers – Y. Cui (Institute of Process Engineering, CAS) and S. Kumar (Masdar Institute of Science and Technology) RCC Inspired Synthesis of Graphene Carbon Nanotube Hybrid for Use in Flexible Electronics – B. T. M S and S. K. B (Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning) Improved Performance in Flexible Organic Solarcells Via Optimization of Highly Transparent Silvergrid/Graphene Electrodes – J. H. Seo (Dong-A University) and B. Walker (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology) Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Observation of Ferromagnetic Semiconductor Behaviors from Graphene Doped with Manganese-Oxide By Electrochemical Method – C. S. Park, D. Qiu (Hanyang University), Y. Shon (Dongguk University), and E. K. Kim (Hanyang University) Chemical Etching and Transfer for Fabrication of Transparent Graphene Electrodes – M. Ishihara, Y. Okigawa, T. Yamada, and M. Hasegawa (National Institute of AIST, TASC graphene division) Scalable Conversion of Carbon Dioxide into Graphene for Electrochemical Energy Storage – C. Li, X. Zhang, and Y. Ma (Institute of Electrical Engineering) Improvement of Contact Resistance of Graphene Devices Via AuCl3 Doping – D. C. Choi and J. Jung (Sejong university) Graphene Oxide Layers for a Long-Term Stable Electrochromism – T. H. Kim (Korea University of Technology and Education), K. I. Choi, H. Kim (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute), S. H. Oh (Korea University of Technology and Education), J. Koo (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute), and Y. C. Nah (Korea University of Technology and Education) Spectroscopic Analysis of Nitrogen-Doped Ultrananocrystalline Diamond/Hydrogenated Amorphous Carbon Composite Films Prepared By Coaxial Arc Plasma Deposition – H. Gima (Kyushu University), A. Zkria, and T. Yoshitake (Kyushu university) Defect Structures of Ultrananocrystalline Diamond/Hydrogenated Amorphous Carbon Composite Films Prepared By Physical Vapor Deposition – Y. Katamune (Kyushu institute of technology), S. Takeichi (Kyushu university), S. Al Riyami (Institute of advanced technology integration, The research council), and T. Yoshitake (Kyushu university) Heterojunction Diodes Comprising NitrogenDoped Ultrananocrystalline Diamond/ Hydrogentad Amorphous Carbon and p-Type Silicon – A. Zkria (Kyushu university, Aswan university) and T. Yoshitake (Kyushu university) Enhanced Formation of Carbon Microcoils Having Different-Sized Ni Catalyst By Different Injection Gas Sequence – G. H. Kang, S. H. Kim, and S. Park (Silla University) Study of the Active Centers and Reaction Mechanism of Fe/IRMOF-3 Derived Porous Carbons As Fe-N-C Electrocatalysts in Oxygen Reduction Reaction – H. Sun (Institute of New Energy), H. Su, X. Ma, and X. Zhang (College of Chemical Engineering) Dominant Formation of Carbon Nano or Microcoils By the Manipulation of SF6 Injection Flow – D. Kim, S. H. Kim, and J. K. Lee (Silla University) Hybrid Structure of Atomically Thin Carbon Nanosheet/Au Particles and Its Application As Organic Solar Cells – S. Lee, S. M. Jo, and H. I. Joh (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) Mixing Vs Layering: Importance of Controlled Architecture in Bimetallic Multilayer Electrode Toward Efficient Electrocatalyst – M. Gu and B. S. Kim (UNIST)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

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Effect of Anode Microporous Layer on the Performance of Direct Methanol Fuel Cell Using Carbon Nanocoil-Supported PtRu Catalyst – Y. Suda, Y. Shimizu, T. Ohiro, K. Mizui, T. Harigai, H. Takikawa (Toyohashi University of Technology), and H. Ue (Tokai Carbon Co., Ltd.) Enhancing the Electrochemical Performance of Electric Double-Layer Capacitors by Applying Mesoporous Carbon Gel RFCX to the Electrode – Z. Cheng (Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Kansai Univ.), H. Oda, and K. Nakagawa (Kansai University and High Technology Reserch Core) Application of Carbon Nanomaterials to an Active Electrode Material in Electric Double Layer Capacitors – Y. Suda, A. Mizutani, T. Ohiro, K. Mizui, T. Harigai, H. Takikawa, and H. Ue (Toyohashi University of Technology) Development of Low-Temperature Methane Gas Sensors By Using Cup-Stacked Carbon Nanofilament-Supported Pd Catalyst – K. Koyama (Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Kansai Univ.), H. Oda, K. Nakagawa (Kansai University and High Technology Reserch Core), and T. Ando (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)) Development of the Negative Electrode Using Coin-Stacked CNF for Li Ion Battery – A. Shimizu (Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Kansai Univ.), H. Oda, and K. Nakagawa (Kansai University and High Technology Reserch Core) 3D Porous Hollow Microspheres of Activated Carbon from Nature through Nanotechnology for Electrochemical Double-Layer Capacitors – L. Wei, K. Tian, X. Zhang, Y. Jin, and X. Guo (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) Wood for Photonics, Batteries and Structural Materials – A. S. Gong, M. Zhu, T. Li, F. Shen, W. Luo, J. Song, and L. Hu (University of Maryland, College Park)

Oxide Films: A Symposium in Honor of Masahiro Seo Corrosion / ECSJ Corrosion 328, Hawai’i Convention Center

Oxide Films on Valve Metals – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Francesco Di Quarto, Sachiko Ono and Hideki Masuda 08:00

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Thin Metal Oxide Coatings for Lightweight Alloys – V. Sammelselg, M. Merisalu, and L. Aarik (Institute of Physics, University of Tartu) Specific Formation Behavior of Crystalline TiO2 Mesoporous Films during Anodizing in Hot Alkaline Glycerol Electrolytes – E. Tsuji (Tottori University), S. Matsuura, Y. Okazaki, Y. Aoki, and H. Habazaki (Hokkaido University) (Invited) Effect of Heat Treatment Conditions on Crystallization of Anodic Alumina Membrane Formed in Phosphoric Acid – H. Asoh, Y. Shigehara, H. Hashimoto, and S. Ono (Kogakuin University)

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(Invited) Understanding the Role of Al3+ in Accelerated Testing and Its Impact on the Protective Oxide Film of AA2060 – R. G. Kelly and M. E. Parker (University of Virginia) Anodizing of MgZn2 Phase in Sulfuric Acid: Mechanism of O2- Diffusion in Mixed (Mg,Zn)O at High Voltage – E. Rocca and J. Tardelli (Institut Jean Lamour - Université de Lorraine - CNRS) Break (Keynote) Anodic Oxide Films As Electron Spectrometer – D. Diesing Sr. and J. P. Meyburg (University of Duisburg Essen) Effect of Electric Field Strength on Cell Morphology and Anion Incorporation of Anodic Porous Alumina – S. Ono, H. Hashimoto, and H. Asoh (Kogakuin University) (Invited) Anodic Oxide Formation and Oxygen Evolution on Metals Such As Al and Ta - Experiment and Simulation – M. M. Lohrengel (Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf) Model for Stress Generation and Flow in Anodic Oxides – K. Hebert, O. Capraz, S. Ide, and P. Shrotriya (Iowa State University) (Invited) Photocurrent Spectroscopy in Corrosion and Passivity Studies: A Critical Assessment – F. Di Quarto, F. Di Franco, A. Zaffora, and M. Santamaria (Università di Palermo) Direct Measurement of the Dissolution of Valve Metals Under High Field Anodisation Conditions – A. W. Hassel and J. P. Kollender (Johannes Kepler University Linz)

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(Corrosion Division H. H. Uhlig Award) Electrochemical Modeling of Intergranular Corrosion and Stress-Corrosion Cracking in AA5083-H131 – R. G. Kelly (University of Virginia) (Corrosion Division Morris Cohen Graduate Student Award) In-situ Monitoring of Ultra-slow Oxide Growth on Copper – S. Hosseinpour (Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research), M. Schwind, C. Langhammer, B. H. Kasemo (Chalmers University of Technology), M. C. Johnson, and C. Leygraf (Royal Institute of Technology) Break

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(Keynote) Radiation Induced Corrosion of Copper for Spent Nuclear Fuel – C. Leygraf, Å. Björkbacka, M. C. Johnson, and M. Jonsson (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden) Corrosion Monitoring of Steels Embedded in Swelled Bentonite Clay – K. Azumi, M. Sakairi, K. Fushimi, H. Ito (Hokkaido University), Y. Tochigi (IHI Corporation), G. Nakayama (Reserch Laboratory,IHI Corporation), and M. Kobayashi (Radioactive Waste Management Funding and Research Center)

Deposition of Uranium Oxide Following the Reduction in Weak Acid Solution Using Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Microbalance (EQCM) – K. Ouchi, H. Otobe, Y. Kitatsuji, and M. Yamamoto (Japan Atomic Energy Agency) Effect of Re-Oxidation Rate of Additive Cation on Corrosion Rate of Stainless Steel in Boiling Nitric Acid Solution. – M. Yamamoto (Japan Atmic Energy Agency), C. Kato (Japan Atomic Energy Agency), T. Motooka (Japan Atmic Energy Agency), Y. Ban, and F. Ueno (Japan Atomic Energy Agency) An Investigation into the Stability of Passive Layers on Zinc Under Alkaline Conditions – I. S. Cole (CSIRO), A. Veluchamy (Alagappa University), and E. Bosco (Central Electrochemical Research Institute) Effect of Metal Cations in Fresh Water on Surface Film Structure and Initial Corrosion of Mild Steel – K. Otani (Graduate school of engineering, Hokkaido University) and M. Sakairi (Hokkaido University) Solution Processing and Conversion of Transparent Metal Oxide Optical Coatings By Solid State Diffusion – C. Glynn (University College Cork), D. Aureau (Institut Lavoisier de Versailles), G. Collins, S. O’Hanlon (University College Cork), A. Etcheberry (Institut Lavoisier Versailles), and C. O’Dwyer (University College Cork)

Formation of Nanoporous NiFe2O4 Oxide Films By Anodizing of Fe-Ni Alloy – R. Tomizawa, C. Zhu, E. Tsuji, Y. Aoki, and H. Habazaki (Hokkaido University) A New Method for Analyzing Transient Response of Hydrogen Permeation in Carbon Steel Sheet – Y. Yamamoto, M. Jin, Y. Kitagawa, T. Nakanishi, Y. Hasegawa, and K. Fushimi (Hokkaido University) Localized Corrosion Behavior of Stainless Steels Under Loading Stress Environment – T. Izuhara, Y. Yagi, R. Suzuki, and K. Noda (Shibaura Institute of Technology) Composite Cu-LaFeO3 Coating on High Cr Ferritic Stainless Steels for IT-SOFC Interconnects – A. Masi (DTE-PCU-SPCT, ENEA CR Casaccia, 00123 Rome, Italy, DAFNE, University of Tuscia, 01100 Viterbo, Italy), S. Frangini, L. Della Seta, S. J. McPhail (DTE-PCU-SPCT, ENEA CR Casaccia, 00123 Rome, Italy), D. Pumiglia (DTE-PCU-SPCT, ENEA CR Casaccia, 00123 Rome, Italy, DAFNE, University of Tuscia, 01100 Viterbo, Italy), and M. Carlini (DAFNE, University of Tuscia, 01100 Viterbo, Italy) Impedance Analysis for Steel Material in Low Electrolyte Solution Environment – K. Sawanobori, Y. Yagi, R. Suzuki, and K. Noda (Shibaura Institute of Technology) pH Sensing Electrochemical Cell to Investigate Anodic Dissolution of Magnesium – K. Miyazawa, Y. Hoshi, I. Shitanda, and M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Electrochemical Properties of Oxide Films on Ti – K. Ooniwa (Shibaura Insititute of Technology), Y. Yagi, R. Suzuki, and K. Noda (Shibaura Institute of Technology) Self-Healing Superhydrophobic CeO2 Coating Prepared By Anodic Deposition – K. Nakayama, T. Hiraga, C. Zhu (Hokkaido University), E. Tsuji (Tottori University), Y. Aoki, and H. Habazaki (Hokkaido University) Development of Electrochemical Cell Combined with Gas Chromatograph for inSitu Detection of Hydrogen Evolution on Mg – R. Takemiya, Y. Hoshi, I. Shitanda, and M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science) Growth Behavior of Anodic Alumina Nanofibers Fabricated By Pyrophosphoric Acid Anodizing and Their Hydrophilicity – D. Nakajima, T. Kikuchi, S. Natsui, and R. O. Suzuki (Hokkaido University) Preparation of Niobium Pentoxide Nanotube Powders By a Facile Electrochemical Anodization – X. Liu and J. Lin (Shanghai University of Electric Power)

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(Invited) In-Situ Detection of Breakaway of Fe-17% Stainless Steel in Water Vapor Containing Air By Synchrotron Radiation X-Ray Diffraction – I. Saeki (Muroran Institute of Technology) Water Vapour Effects on Wustite Scale Growth at High Temperatures – H. Yin (Deakin University) and D. J. Young (University of New South Wales) Does Hydrogen Affect Oxygen Permeability in Alloys? – V. Shemet (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH) High Temperature Corrosion of High Strength Materials for Boiler Applications in the Temperature Range from 550 C to 750 C – L. Singheiser, J. Zurek, P. Huczkowski, M. Müller, and J. Quadakkers (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH) Break Measurement of Cr Evaporation in Several Nickel Based Alloys at Moderate Velocities – J. H. Tylczak and G. R. Holcomb (National Energy Technology Laboratory) Mitigation of Chromium Assisted Degradation of LSM Cathode in SOFC – C. Liang, B. Hu (Materials Science and Engineering, UCONN), A. Aphale (Center for Clean Energy Engineering, UCONN), W. Rodriguez (Materials Science and Engineering, UCONN), M. A. Uddin (Center for Clean Energy Engineering, UCONN), and P. Singh (Materials Science and Engineering, UCONN) Nano-Structured Coatings for Supercritical Steam Turbines Application: High Temperature Corrosion Studies By TG-Mass Spectrometry – F. J. Perez Trujillo, M. S. Mato, A. Illana, I. Lasanta, S. Castañeda, G. Alcala, and T. De Miguel (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

Environmental Degradation of AuNanoparticle Incorporated Oxides By Reactive Evaporation of AuH(g) – G. R. Holcomb, J. Tylczak, J. P. Baltrus, and P. R. Ohodnicki Jr. (National Energy Technology Laboratory) A Study of High Temperature Stability of Zirconia Surface in Pressurized Water with High Resolution X-Ray Reflectivity – B. Hou, C. Park (Carnegie Institution of Washington), S. Kim, T. Kim (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology), J. H. Kim (Ulsan National Institute of Sceince and Technology), J. Kim, S. Hong (Materials Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory), and C. Bahn (Pusan National University) Investigation of Passive Layers Formed on Alloy 600 in Zinc Containing High Temperature Primary Water – Y. Jiang and T. Devine (University of California Berkeley)

Materials in Extreme Environments – 13:20 – 14:20 Co-Chairs: Torsten Markus and Jeffrey Fergus 13:20

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(Invited) Plasma Facing Materials for Future Fusion Reactors Under Extreme Loading Conditions – J. Linke, J. Du, A. Litnovsky, T. Loewenhoff, G. Pintsuk, M. Wirtz, and L. Singheiser (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH) Synthesis, Processing, and Properties of MultiPhase Metal-Ceramics in the Ta-Hf-C System – M. M. Opeka and J. A. Zaykoski (NSWC Carderock Division)

Molten Salt Corrosion Reactions – 14:20 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: Jeffrey Fergus and Torsten Markus 14:20

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Modeling the Effect of High-Temperature Alloys on Corrosion inside Molten Salt Systems – B. A. Tavakoli, S. Shimpalee, J. W. Weidner (University of South Carolina), B. L. Garcia-Diaz, M. J. Martinez-Rodriguez, and L. C. Olson (Savannah River National Laboratory) High Temperature Corrosion in Molten Salts in Solar Power Concentration Plants: Dynamic and Static Corrosion Test – F. J. Perez Trujillo, M. I. Lasanta, G. Garcia Martin, M. T. de Miguel, and V. Encinas Sánchez (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) High-Temperature Reactions of Cesium Molybdate on 304 Stainless Steel – T. M. D. Do (Nagaoka University of Technology), S. Sujatanond (Thammasat University), and T. Ogawa (Nagaoka University of Technology) Break Effect of H2O on Corrosion of Ni in Molten Eutectic LiCl-KCl – D. Horvath and M. F. Simpson (University of Utah) Corrosion of Stainless Steel 316L in Molten LiCl-Li2o-Li – A. Merwin and D. Chidambaram (University of Nevada Reno) Accelerated Degradation of Ag-Cu-Ti Alloy in Molten Sodium Via Dissolution of Sliver – K. Jung, Y. C. Park (Research Institute of Industrial Science and Technology), H. J. Heo, and C. Y. Kang (Pusan National University) Molten Salt Corrosion of SiC Fibers – E. J. Opila and L. Herweyer (University of Virginia)

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Synthesis of Carbide Derived Carbon (CDC) By Electrolysis of Molten Chloride Salts – M. McNallan, M. Mika, and K. Y. Cheng (University of Illinois at Chicago)

Pits & Pores 7: Nanomaterials – Fabrication Processes, Properties, and Applications

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Magnetic and Optical Properties – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Kurt W. Kolasinski and Thierry Djenizian 08:00

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(Invited) Systematic Engineering of Structured Magnetic Nanowire Arrays for Three-Dimensional Data Storage – J. Bachmann (Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg), S. Bochmann (FriedrichAlexander University of Erlangen-Nürnberg), J. Lee, A. Fernandez-Pacheco (University of Cambridge), A. Wartelle, B. Trapp (Institut Néel), R. Cowburn (University of Cambridge), and O. Fruchart (Institut Néel, Spintec) Control of the Magnetic Properties of a Magnetic Field Guidable Biocompatible Nanovehicle – P. Granitzer, K. Rumpf (Karl Franzens University Graz), M. Reissner (Vienna University of Technology), and P. Poelt (University of Technology Graz) Synthesis and Magnetic Characterization of (Porous Silicon/Hard-Soft Magnetic) Nanocomposites – K. Rumpf, P. Granitzer (Karl Franzens University Graz), H. Michor (Vienna University of Technology), and P. Poelt (University of Technology Graz) Optical Diagnostics of Porous Silicon Nanoparticles Biodegradation – M. B. Gongalsky (Lomonosov Moscow State University, University of California San Diego), L. Osminkina (Lomonosov Moscow State University), E. Tolstik (Leibniz-Institute of Photonic Technology, Jena), Y. Bezsudnova (Lomonosov Moscow State University), V. Sivakov (Leibniz-Institute of Photonic Technology, Jena), and V. Timoshenko (Lomonosov Moscow State University) Break

Fabrication and Selforganized Nanostructures – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Shinji Yae and Petra Granitzer 14:00

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(Invited) Porous Silicon Dissolution Monitoring and Optical Constants Measurement Using in Situ Photoconduction in HF – B. Gelloz (Nagoya University), K. Ichimura, H. Fuwa, E. Kondoh, and L. Jin (University of Yamanashi) Influence of Si/SiGe Heterointerfaces on Light Emission in One-, Two-, and ThreeDimensional SiGe Nanostructures – D. J. Lockwood, X. Wu, J. M. Baribeau (National Research Council Canada), S. A. Mala, X. Wang (New Jersey Institute of Technology), and L. Tsybeskov (NewJersey Institute of Technology) Enhanced Electrochemical Performance of Porous Electrodes for All-Solid-State Li-Ion Microbatteries – T. Djenizian (Ecole des Mines de Saint-Etienne)

(Invited) Electrolyte Solutions Confined in Porous Silicon Electrodes – K. Fukami (Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering, Kyoto Univ.), A. Koyama (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University), A. Kitada (Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering, Kyoto Univ.), T. Abe (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University), and K. Murase (Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering, Kyoto Univ.) Self-Organized TiO2 Nanotube Arrays: Latest Features and Applications – P. Schmuki (FAU) Self-Organized TiO2 Nanotube Arrays: Towards Improved Ordering – J. M. Macak, H. Sopha, L. Hromadko, and M. Krbal (University of Pardubice) Dictating Organolead Perovskite Nanostructure Size Using Silicon Nanotube Templates – J. L. Coffer, R. GonzalezRodriguez (Texas Christian University), N. Arad-Vosk, N. Rozenfeld, and A. Sa’ar (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) (Invited) Stress-Assisted Formation of SelfOrganized Porous Anodic Oxides – K. Hebert, P. Mishra, O. Capraz, and P. Shrotriya (Iowa State University)

Selforganized Nanostructures – 16:00 – 17:50 Co-Chairs: Bernard Gelloz and Patrik Schmuki 16:00

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Fully Monolithically Fabricated Si OneChip Miniature Fuel Cell -Electrolyte Polymerization in Porous Si Layer – T. Koriyama (Tokyo University of Science), T. Yamaguchi (Tokyo Institute of Technology), and M. Hayase (Tokyo University of Science) (Invited) Porous Silicon for Energy Storage at Microscale: Supercapacitors – K. Grigoras, J. Keskinen, L. Grönberg, J. Ahopelto, and M. Prunnila (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland)

(Invited) Self-Organized Formation of Porous Anodic Films on Iron and Their Application – H. Habazaki (Hokkaido University) Formation of Self-Organized Nanohole Arrays on Stainless Steels – H. Tsuchiya, S. Hamada, N. Yamada, and S. Fujimoto (Osaka University) Pit Formation, Patterning and Flattening of Ge Surfaces in O2-Containing Water by MetalAssisted Chemical Etching – T. Kawase, A. Mura, Y. Saito, T. Okamoto, K. Kawai, Y. Sano, K. Yamauchi, M. Morita, and K. Arima (Osaka University) Viable Approach for Forming Uniform Polymer Nanocomposites with Ultrahigh Filler Loading – C. Y. Hsieh and K. K. S. Lau (Drexel University) Chemical Sculpturing of Al Micro-Particles for Polymer Composites and Universal Polymer-Polymer Joints – M. BaytekinGerngross, M. D. Gerngross, J. Carstensen, and R. Adelung (Faculty of Engineering, University of Kiel)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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PbS Quantum Dots and Au Nanoparticle Co-Sensitized Black TiO2 Nanotubes for Photocurrent Enhancement – K. Du, G. Liu (IMST, University College of Southeast Norway), H. San (Xiamen University), X. Chen (University College of Southeast Norway), and K. Wang (IMST, University College of Southeast Norway) Modeling of Porous Metal Oxide Layer Growth in the Anodization Process – M. Habera (Charles University in Prague)

C05 Atmospheric –and– Marine Corrosion Corrosion / ECSJ Corrosion C05 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Surface Potential Distribution in Corrosion Degradation Process of Organic Coated Steel – S. Itou (Hosei University Graduate Schools), H. Katayama (National Institute for Materials Science), and T. Akashi (Hosei University) Detection of Hydrogen Permeated Under Atmospheric Corrosive Environment By Surface Potential Measurement – T. Katsumura, H. Katayama (National Institute for Materials Science), and T. Akashi (Hosei University) Influence of Corrosion Product on Corrosion Behavior of Carbon Steel in Atmospheric Environment – H. Shinoda (Tokyo University of Science, National Institute for Materials Science), H. Katayama (National Institute for Materials Science), Y. Hoshi, I. Shitanda, and M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science) Evaluation of SD345 Corrosion Resistance in Simulated Concrete Pore Solution – M. Yamada (Tokyo University of Science, National Institute for Materials Science), H. Katayama (National Institute for Materials Science), Y. Hoshi, I. Shitanda, and M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science) The Effect of Carbon Dioxide Pressure in Carbon Steel Corrosion in 5 Wt.% NaCl Solution Using Flow Loop – H. C. Kim (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology), S. J. Lee (Pusan National University), S. J. Cho, J. D. Lee, Y. C. Lee, H. S. Moon, and K. T. Park (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology)

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Organic Coatings for Corrosion Protection – 08:40 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Geraint Williams and Michael Rohwerder 08:40

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(Invited) The Mechanisms By Which Graphene Nano-Pigments Inhibit CorrosionDriven Organic Coating Delamination – H. N. McMurray, G. Williams, C. F. Glover (Swansea University), and C. Richards (SPECIFIC) Novel Approaches for Characterizing the Delamination Resistance of Organic Coatings – M. Rohwerder and V. Dandapani (MaxPlanck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

Predictive Engineering of Coating Adhesion on a Molecular Basis – T. Utzig (Max-PlanckInstitut f. Eisenforschung GmbH), P. Stock (Max-Planck Institut für Eisenforschung), and M. Valtiner (Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH) Break Microstructure and EIS Characterization of Multi-Layered Coatings on Metals – S. Tang and J. Hu (Harbin Inst Technol) Fundamental Investigation of E-Coat Systems for Next Generation Corrosion Control – F. Padash (Brigham Young University) and J. N. Harb (Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Brigham Young University) Corrosion Resistant and UV Durable PVDF-Co-HFP /Al2O3 Superhydrophobic Nanocomposite Coating for Aluminum – A. Bahgat, A. M. Abdullah (Center for Advanced Materials, Qatar University), A. M. Mohamed (Suez Canal University), and M. Almaadeed (Center for Advanced Materials, Qatar University) The Effect of Environmental Stress Crazing on the Corrosion Performance – D. Warren (Swansea University), A. C. A. de Vooys (Tata Steel), and H. N. McMurray (Swansea University) Extending the Life-Time of Low Cost Fuel Cells – M. Bedouet (Imperial College London)

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Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center C04 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: David J. Lockwood and Petra Granitzer


Metal Coatings for Corrosion Protection I – 16:00 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Michael Rohwerder and Kemal Nisancioglu 16:00

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Corrosion Resistance of Zinc-Rich Metallic Coatings on Aluminum – M. Stepanova (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), O. Lunder (SINTEF), J. H. Nordlien (Sapa Precision Tubing), and K. Nisancioglu (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) Zinc Diffusion Coatings on Aluminium for Improved Pitting Resistance – O. Lunder (SINTEF), J. H. Nordlien (Sapa Precision Tubing), and J. E. Lein (SINTEF) The Influence of Copper Coatings on the Corrosion of Carbon Steel Substrates – T. E. Standish, D. Zagidulin, S. Ramamurthy, A. Nelson (Western University), P. Keech (Nuclear Waste Management Organization), and D. Shoesmith (Western University) Enhancement of Corrosion Resistance in Carbon Steels Using Fe-Based Amorphous Metallic Coatings Under High-Temperature Flowing Water – S. Kim, J. W. Kim (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology), and J. H. Kim (Ulsan National Institute of Sceince and Technology) The New Examples of Tungsten Induced Codeposition – P. Bacal, M. Donten, and Z. J. Stojek (University of Warsaw)

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(Invited) Industrial High Efficiency Perc Solar Cells – G. Xing (Canadian Solar) Flexibe Carbon Nanotube/Silicon Thin Solar Cells Using Scalable Fabrication Techniques – M. Mariano, L. McMillon-Brown, X. Li, Y. Jung, M. Reed, and A. D. Taylor (Yale University) Enhanced Power-Conversion-Efficiency of Silicon Solar Cells Via Energy-Down-Shift Using Energy Tuning Effect for Mn Doped Cd0.5Zn0.5s/ZnS Core/Shell Quantum Dots – S. J. Lee (ASMDDC, Hanyang Univ), Y. H. Ko (Hanyang University), M. Jalalah (Hanyang university), T. H. Shim, and J. G. Park (Hanyang University) Flexible Crystalline Silicon Solar Cell with Vertically Aligned Microwire Arrays – I. Hwang, H. D. Um, and K. Seo (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology) Break

Future PV – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Thad Druffel and Hiroki Hamada 10:00

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(Invited) Terawatt Solar Photovoltaics: Roadblocks and Our Approaches – M. Tao, W. C. Sun, W. H. Huang, L. Wang, J. A. Azzolini, and C. J. Tracy (Arizona State University)

Substitutionally-Doped Intermediate Band Absorbers of Readily Tunable Composition – R. McCarthy (Argonne National Laboratory), M. S. Weimer (Illinois Institute of Technology), R. Haasch (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), R. D. Schaller (Argonne National Laboratory & Northwestern University), H. S. Adam (Illinois Institute of Technology), and A. B. F. Martinson (Argonne National Laboratory) Improving Open-Circuit Voltage in Cu2ZnSnSe4 Thin Film Solar Cells Via Interface Passivation – J. Kim, S. Park, J. Oh, and B. Shin (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Efficiency Potential of Future Generation Solar Cells – M. Yamaguchi, K. H. Lee, K. Araki, K. Nakamura, N. Kojima, and Y. Ohshita (Toyota Technological Institute) Low Temperature Growth of Cu2ZnSnS4 Thin Films By Solution-Based Mist Chemical Vapor Deposition Method – T. Ikenoue, Y. Watanabe, M. Miyake, and T. Hirato (Kyoto University)

DSSC – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Jea-Gun Park and Guoqiang Xing 14:00

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Si PV – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Hiroki Hamada and Thad Druffel

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(Invited) Inorganic Charge Transport Materials Grown By Atomic Layer Deposition for Highly Efficient and Long-Term Stable Perovskite Solar Cells – S. Seo (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University), C. Bae (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University, BK 21 Plus, Sungkyunkwan University), S. Jeong, Y. In, and H. Shin (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University) Model-Guided Design and Optimization of Polymer-Electrolyte Dye Sensitized Solar Cells – Y. Y. Smolin, A. G. Kuba, K. K. S. Lau, and M. Soroush (Drexel University) Improvement of the DSSC Performance By Using a Phosphonium-Type Ionic Liquid Modified TiO2 Electrode – A. Matsunaga, T. Inomata, T. Ozawa, and H. Masuda (Nagoya Institute of Technology) High-Efficiency Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells with Molecular Copper Phenanthroline As Solid Hole Conductor – M. Freitag (EPFL), M. Pazoki, K. Sveinbjörnsson, J. Zhang (Uppsala University), Q. Daniel, L. Sun (KTH), G. Boschloo (Uppsala University), and A. Hagfeldt (EPFL) Break

Organic – 16:00 – 17:30 Co-Chairs: Guoqiang Xing and Jea-Gun Park 16:00

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(Invited) Inverted Planar Heterojunction Perovskite Solar Cells Based on Lead Acetate Precursor with Efficiency Exceeding 18% – R. Zhu (Peking University) Performance Improvement of Organic Solar Cells By the Integrated Antireflection System with Moth Eye Surface and High-RefractiveIndex Glass – S. Kubota, Y. Harada (Yamagata University), T. Sudo (Waseda University), K. Kanomata, B. Ahmmad (Yamagata University), J. Mizuno (Waseda University), and F. Hirose (Yamagata University) Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Hybrid Silver Mesh Electrode for ITO-Free Flexible Polymer Solar Cells – W. Kim and J. H. Park (Yonsei university) Mechanistic Investigation into the LightSoaking Effect Observed in Inverted Polymer Solar Cells Using Indium Tin Oxide Electrodes Modified By Piperazine Derivatives – T. Kusumi, K. Fujimori (Kanazawa University), T. Kuwabara (Kanazawa University, Research Center for Sustainable Energy and Technology), T. Yamagucji (Kanazawa University), T. Taima, K. Takahashi (Kanazawa University, Research Center for Sustainable Energy and Technology), V. A. Suci Atina, and K. Marumoto (Tsukuba University)

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Dielectric Science and Technology 303 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

Plasma Nano Science and Technology 3 – 08:00 – 13:10 Co-Chairs: Peter Mascher, Uros Cvelbar and Mahendra Kumar Sunkara 08:00

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Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

The Synergetic Catalytic Effect of Molten Gallium in the Presence of Hydrogen and Nitrogen Plasmas: Study and Applications – D. F. Jaramillo-Cabanzo (Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research, University of Louisville), M. Carreon (University of Tulsa), I. Chaudhuri (Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research), M. Menon (University of Kentucky), and M. K. Sunkara (Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research) Plasma-Assisted Deposition of Carbon Nanowalls for Detection of Organic Vapours – U. Cvelbar (Jozef Stefan Institute), P. Slobodian (Tomas. Bata University), H. Kondo, M. Sekine, and M. Hori (Nagoya University) Potential CCP Pulsed Plasma Application at Beol AIO Etch Process – C. L. Zhang, Q. Y. He, and H. Y. Zhang (Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation)

Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center D03 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Atmospheric Plasma Jet Oxidation of Solution Based Precursors for Enabling Material Discovery – B. Ajayi (Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research), D. F. JaramilloCabanzo, S. Kumari, J. M. Spurgeon, J. B. Jasinski (University of Louisville), and M. K. Sunkara (Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research) Role of Low-Energy Ion Impact in Plasma Deposition of Cubic Boron Nitride Films – K. Murata, M. Torigoe, K. Teii, and S. Matsumoto (Kyushu University) IR Laser Modifications of Anodic Tantalum Pentoxide for Photonic Applications – A. Kulpa (The University of British Columbia) Plasma Synthesis of Platinum-Palladium Alloy Nanoparticles and Their Application to the Counter Electrode of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells – W. Y. Lee, V. D. Dao, and H. S. Choi (Chungnam National University) Electromagnetic Interference Shielding Effectiveness of Silver Thin Films Fabricated By Dry Plasma Reduction – H. J. Oh, V. D. Dao, and H. S. Choi (Chungnam National University)

Electroless Deposition:Principles and Applications 4: In Honor of Milan Paunovic and Mordechay Schlesinger Electrodeposition / ECSJ Nano-Micro Fabrication 305 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

Autocatalytic Deposition – 09:00 – 11:50 Co-Chairs: Stojan S. Djokic and Luca Magagnin 09:00

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Developments in Hybrid Electro-Electroless Deposition (HEED) – R. Petro (University of Windsor) Electroless Deposition of Aluminum from a Room Temperature Ionic Liquid Electrolyte – S. Koura, S. Ooshima, D. Kudo (Chiba Institute of Technology), and N. Koura (Tokyo University of Science)

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Comparative Study of Electroless Platinum Deposition Using Multivalent Metal Ions or Hydrazine As Reducing Agents – E. Norkus, I. Stankeviciene, A. Jagminiene, L. Tamasauskaite-Tamasiunaite, A. Naujokaitis (Center for Physical Sciences and Technology), V. Buzas, L. Maciulis (NanoAvionics, JSC), and L. Tumonis (Center for Physical Sciences and Technology) Electroless Deposition of High Quality Co Films on Cu Polycrystalline Substrate Assisted By Pb UPD Monolayer – D. Wu (University of Houston), A. Joi (Case Western Reserve University), Y. Dordi (Corporate Technology Development, Lam Research), and S. Brankovic (University of Houston) Intermission Electroless Copper Plating Process By Applying Alternating One-Side Air Stirring Method for High-Aspect-Ratio throughHoles – H. Kanemoto, T. Kawamura, H. Suzuki (Research & Development Group, Hitachi, Ltd.), T. Miyazaki (Hitachi Automotive Systems, Ltd.), H. Mozumi (Hitachi Information&Telecommunication Manufacturing), and Y. Kaneko (Osaka City University) Thin and Flexible Nickel Based Current Collectors Developed By Electroless Deposition for Energy Storage Devices – H. Wu, A. Susanto, and K. Lian (University of Toronto) Chemical Bath Deposition of Iridium Oxide Film for Implantable Neurostimulation Electrode Applications – K. C. Tso, T. W. Chung (National Chiao Tung University), Y. C. Chen (National Taipei University of Technology), P. W. Wu (National Chiao Tung University), and P. C. Chen (National Taipei University of Technology) Concluding Remarks

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Welcoming Remarks (Electrodeposition Division Investigator Award) Self-terminated Electrodeposition – A New Way for Growing Metal Thin Films – Y. Liu (Argonne National Laboratory) (Invited) Novel Method for Conformal LiMn2O4 thin Films Fabrication on Planar and 3D Microstuctured Substrates – N. Labyedh (imec, Kapeldreef 75, B-3001 Heverlee, Belgium, Centre for Surface Chemistry and Catalysis, KU Leuven), M. Timmermans (Centre for Surface Chemistry and Catalysis, KU Leuven, imec, Kapeldreef 75, B-3001 Heverlee, Belgium), F. Mattelaer (Department of Solid State Sciences, Ghent University), M. J. Mees (imec, Kapeldreef 75, B-3001 Heverlee, Belgium), C. Detavernier (Department of Solid State Science, Ghent University), and P. M. Vereecken (imec, Belgium, KU Leuven)

Break (Invited) Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting with Doped TiO2 Nanotube Arrays: Limits and Water Oxidation Efficiency – L. K. Tsui and G. Zangari (University of Virginia) (Invited) The Effect of Size and Thickness of Pt Nanostructures on Au on Formic Aid Oxidation – N. Vasiljevic (School of Physics, University of Bristol), M. P. Mercer (Lancaster University), and Z. Al Amri (School of Physics, University of Bristol)

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E04 Plenary Session – 09:00 – 12:10 Co-Chairs: Nikolay Dimitrov, Natasa Vasiljevic and Stanko Brankovic

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Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Electrochemical Decoration of Core Shell Metal Nano Particles over TiO2 Nanotubes for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – B. Santhosh, Y. Umehara (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), K. Higashimine (Center for Nano Materials and Technology, JAIST), R. Vedarajan, and N. Matsumi (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy: In Honor of Bernard Tribollet

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Corrosion / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) 306 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy: In Honor of Bernard Tribollet 3 – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Hercilio G. de Melo and Jean Gamby 08:00 08:10 1691

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Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

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(Invited) Impedance Analysis of the Aluminum Oxide Formation – M. Sancy and F. Pineda (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile) (Invited) Study of Barrier Oxide Growth on Impure Aluminum in Aqueous Solution By Chronoamperometry and Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – N. H. Giskeødegård and K. Nisancioglu (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) On Interpretation of Constant-Phase Elements – M. E. Orazem (University of Florida), B. Tribollet (CNRS-LISE), V. Vivier (LISE UMR 8235), M. Musiani (IENI CNR), and N. Pebere (CNRS)

Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy: In Honor of Bernard Tribollet 4 – 14:00 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Mickael Boinet and Ricardo P. Nogueira 14:00

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(Keynote) Local Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy: A Powerful Tool for Studying Corrosion Inhibition Mechanisms on 2024 Aluminum Alloy – N. Pebere (CNRS) and E. Lebon (CIRIMAT) (Invited) EIS Analysis of the Water Uptake Process in Model Epoxy Coatings and Free Films – C. Vosgien Lacombre, G. Bouvet (Université de La Rochelle), D. Trinh (Université de la Rochelle), S. Mallarino, and S. Touzain (Université de La Rochelle) (Invited) Relating Paint Structure to Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – A. E. Hughes (Deakin University, CSIRO Mineral REsources), S. D. Ranade (deakin university), M. Y. Tan (Deakin University), Y. S. Yang (CSIRO Manufacturing), and M. Forsyth (Deakin University) (Invited) New Benzoxazine Resins Coated on Anodized Aluminium Alloys: Electrochemical Behaviour of Efficient Corrosion Protection Systems – M. Olivier (University of Mons, Materia Nova research center), A. Renaud, L. Dumas, A. Delangre (University of Mons), Y. Paint (Materia Nova research center), L. Bonnaud (Materia Nova research Centr), M. Poorteman (University of Mons), and P. Dubois (University of Mons, Materia Nova research center) (Invited) Discussion on the Way(s) to Analyze the Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Spectra for the Reduction of Nitric Acid on Passive Metals – M. Benoit, C. Bataillon, B. Gwinner, F. Miserque (CEA), C. SanchezSanchez, B. Tribollet, and V. Vivier (CNRSLISE) (Invited) EIS for the Early Detection of Unexpected Corrosion Phenomena in Highly Resistive Organic Solutions: Multiple Electrical Equivalent Circuit Fitting Validated By Parametric Continuity Conditions – R. P. Nogueira (The Petroleum Institute, Dept. of Chemical Engineering), C. Boissy (Aperam Isbergues Research Center), A. Percheron, V. Roche (LEPMI UMR 5279 CNRS Université de Grenoble), L. Renaud (Arkema, CETIA), P. Mékarbané, and D. Siguret (Arkema, CRRA)

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(Invited) Parameter Identification in Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Applications: Analysis of Sensitivity – M. Boinet (Saint-Gobain Northboro Research & Development Center), C. Condolf (SaintGobain Recherche), R. Goulet (Saint-Gobain Northboro Research & Development Center), B. Tribollet (CNRS-LISE), and V. Vivier (LISE - UMR 8235) Impedance Spectroscopy and Differential Electrochemical Mass Spectrometry As Tools for Characterization of Mediated Oxidation of Organic Pollutants – P. Polczynski, R. R. Jurczakowski (University of Warsaw, Department of Chemistry, CNBCh), and W. Grochala (Centre for New Technologies, University of Warsaw) (Invited) Electrochemical Impedance Study of Lithium Cobalt Oxide Thin Film in Some Ionic Liquids – Y. Katayama, S. I. Fujimoto, N. Tachikawa, K. Yoshii (Keio University), T. Nishida (Stella Chemifa), H. Imai (Devicefunctional analysis Department, NISSAN ARC Ltd.), and T. Takekawa (Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.) (Invited) Synergy of Nyquist and Bode Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Studies to Stoba in Lithium Ion Battery – F. M. Wang and L. Y. Yang (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology)

Contemporary Issues and Case Studies in Electrochemical Innovation 2

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / ECSJ Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering 302 B, Hawai’i Convention Center

Case Studies in Innovation - Morning Session – 07:55 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: E. J. Taylor and Richard Alkire 07:55 08:00 1738 08:40

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Introductory Remarks (Invited) Using Industry to Inspire Academic Research – E. S. Takeuchi, A. C. Marschilok, and K. J. Takeuchi (Stony Brook University) (Invited) Vionx Energy: A Small Company Leveraging Large-Company Innovations – M. L. Perry and R. M. Darling (United Technologies Research Center) The Joint Center for Energy Storage Research: Integration of Research, Development, and Demonstration – F. R. Brushett (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), L. Trahey (Argonne National Laboratory), and D. Hodge (Argonne National Laboratory, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research) Lithium Battery Start-Ups – N. P. Balsara (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California Berkeley) Model Based Battery Management Systems (BMS) - from Theory to Commercialization – M. Pathak (Battery Informatics, Inc., University of Washington, Seattle), N. D. Elli, T. J. Jang, C. Pathak (University of Washington, Seattle), and V. R. Subramanian (University of Washington, Seattle, Battery Informatics, Inc.) Break

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Leveraging Available Resources: A Small Business Perspective on Collaboration and Commercialization – K. E. Ayers (Proton OnSite) Center Approach to Accelerate Technology Commercialization – G. G. Botte (Center for Electrochemical Engineering Research, Ohio University) (Invited) Industrialization Trial of a Biosensor Technology – K. Ohashi and T. Osaka (Waseda University) Electrochemical Innovation in Electronics: Is Success Sustainable? – H. Deligianni (IBM Research, T.J. Watson Research Center) Trials, Tribulations, and Some Success in Developing Modeling Tools for the Electrochemical Industry – U. Landau (Case Western Reserve University)

Case Studies in Innovation - Afternoon Session – 14:00 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Maria E. Inman and John A. Staser 14:00

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Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


Energy Technology / High Temperature Materials / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry 322 B, Hawai’i Convention Center

Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center F04 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chair: Hui Xu •

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Membrane Development for Energy Technologies – G. L. Soloveichik (Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E)) (Invited) Capturing and Converting CO2 with High Temperature Electrochemical Methods – K. Huang (University of South Carolina) (Invited) Ceramic Membranes for Gas Separation and Electro-Synthesis: Effect of Surface and Interfaces – Y. Chen and M. Liu (School of Materials Science and Engineering, Georgia Tech) Intermission (Invited) Electrochemical Membrane Technology for Carbon Dioxide Capture from Flue Gas – H. Ghezel-Ayagh, S. Jolly, F. Dobek, F. Chimbole, and C. Willman (FuelCell Energy, Inc.) PBI-HFA Hollow Fiber Membrane for Selective Hydrogen Separation – S. H. Choi (Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea University of Science and Technology), D. Y. Kim, C. W. Yoon (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), and J. Han (Fuel Cell Research Center, KIST) (Invited) Versatile Hydrogen Separations at Intermediate Temperatures with Solid Acid Membranes – A. B. Papandrew, D. L. Wilson (University of Tennessee), and T. A. Zawodzinski (University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN)

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High Purity and High Mobility Semiconductors 14 Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology / The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) 307 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

Ab initio Modeling and TCAD – 08:10 – 10:00 Co-Chair: Marco Fanciulli 08:10

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(Invited) Application of DFT Calculation for the Development of High Quality Si and Ge Substrates: From Ultra Large Diameter Crystal Pulling to Metal Gettering – K. Sueoka (Okayama Prefectural University) (Invited) Multiscale Modeling of StressMediated Compositional Patterning in Sige Substrates – D. Kaiser (University of Pennsylvania), S. Ghosh, S. Han (University of New Mexico), and T. Sinno (University of Pennsylvania) (Invited) Modeling Extended Defects in Semiconductor Devices – V. Moroz (Synopsys, Inc.), H. Y. Wong (Synopsys), and M. Choi (Synopsys, Inc.) Break

Electrochemical Separation 2 – 13:55 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Turgut M. Gur and Hui Xu

From Substrates to Nanowires – 10:00 – 11:50 Co-Chair: Akira Toriumi

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Electrically Conductive Diamond Membrane for Electrochemical Separation Processes – F. Gao and C. E. Nebel (Fraunhofer IAF) Ion Conducting Conduits with a Tortuosity of One from One Electrode to Another: The Role of Domain Connectivity and Tortuosity on Ion Conductivity in Block Copolymer Electrolyte Thin Films – Y. Kambe (University of Chicago, Argonne National Laboratory), C. G. Arges (Louisiana State University), D. A. Czaplewski (Argonne National Laboratory), and P. F. Nealey (Argonne National Laboratory, University of Chicago) (Invited) Electrospun Nanofiber Composite Bipolar Membranes – P. N. Pintauro, R. Wycisk, M. Cunningham, and C. Shen (Vanderbilt University) Lithium Conducting Solid Electrolytes for Electrolysis of Lithium Tritide and Enrichment of Lithium-6 – L. C. Olson, B. L. GarciaDiaz, H. Colon-Mercado, and J. Teprovich (Savannah River National Laboratory) Electrochemical Synthesis of Ammonia: Status, Challenges and Opportunities – H. Xu and T. McCallum (Giner, Inc.)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

(Invited) Defect Evolution during Silicon Smartcut Process – F. Rieutord (CEA, INAC, Grenoble, France, Univ. Grenoble Alpes), S. Tardif (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, INAC, Grenoble, France), F. Mazen (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LETI), D. Landru, and O. Kononchuk (SOITEC, France) Nano Crystals to Micro Crystals: Organolead Triiodide Perovskite Crystal Growth from Isopropanol Solution – M. B. Johansson, T. Edvinsson, S. Bitter, A. I. K. Eriksson, E. M. J. Johansson (Uppsala University), M. Göthelid (KTH-Royal Institute of Technology), and G. Boschloo (Uppsala University) (Invited) Silicon Nanowires: donors, surfaces and interface defects – M. Fanciulli (Dept. of Materials Science, Univ. of Milano Bicocca, Italy), S. Paleari (University of Milano Bicocca, Dept. of Materials Science), M. Belli, and A. Lamperti (MDM Laboratory, IMMCNR) (Invited) Characterization of Group IV Based Nanowires Manufactured on Advanced Engineered Substrates – H. H. Radamson, M. Noroozi, M. Toprak (KTH Royal Institute of Technology), J. Luo, G. Wang, and C. Zhao (IMECAS) 131

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High Mobility Group IV Materials and Devices – 14:00 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Cor Claeys and Osamu Nakatsuka 14:00

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(Invited) Straining of Group IV Semiconductor Materials for Bandgap and Mobility Engineering – K. Sawano, X. Xu, S. Konoshima, N. Shitara, T. Ohno, and T. Maruizumi (Tokyo City University) (Invited) High Electron and Hole Mobility By Tensile & Compressive Strain Formation Using Ion Implantation and Advanced Annealing of Group IV Materials (Si, SiGe & Ge) – J. O. Borland (None) Low Temperature Effect on Strained and Relaxed Ge PFinFETs STI Last Processes – A. V. D. Oliveira (University of Sao Paulo, Imec), E. Simoen (imec), P. G. D. Agopian (UNESP, Sao Joao da boa Vista, University of Sao Paulo), J. A. Martino (University of Sao Paulo), J. Mitard, L. Witters (imec, Belgium), R. Langer (Imec), N. Collaert, A. Thean (imec, Belgium), and C. Claeys (Imec) (Invited) On the Manipulation of Phosphorus Diffusion As Well As the Reduction of Specific Contact Resistivity in Ge By Carbon Co-Doping – J. Luo, J. Liu (IMECAS), E. Simoen (imec), G. Wang, S. Mao, H. H. Radamson, N. Duan, J. Li (IMECAS), W. Wang (Chinese Academy of Sciences), D. Chen, C. Zhao, and T. Ye (IMECAS) (Invited) Significant Reduction of Leakage Currents in Reverse-Biased Ge n+/p Junctions By Taking Care of Peripheral Passivation Layer – C. Liu (The Univeristy of Tokyo), H. Ikegaya, T. Nishimura, and A. Toriumi (The University of Tokyo)

Closing Remarks – 16:20 – 16:30 Co-Chair: Eddy Simoen 16:20

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Concluding Remarks

Semiconductors, Dielectrics, and Metals for Nanoelectronics 14

Dielectric Science and Technology / Electronics and Photonics 325 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

High Mobility Channel – 08:30 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Eddy Simoen and Heiji Watanabe 08:30

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(Invited) Large Mobility Modulation Due to Discrete Impurities in Nanowires – N. Sano (University of Tsukuba) (Invited) Electrochemical Gating-Induced Hydrogenation in VO2 Nanowires at Room Temperature – T. Kanki, T. Sasaki (Osaka University), and H. Tanaka (The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research) Intermission (Invited) Generation-Recombination Noise in Advanced CMOS Devices – E. Simoen (imec), A. V. D. Oliveira (Imec, University of Sao Paulo), D. Boudier (ENSICAEN, University of Caen), J. Mitard (imec, Belgium), L. Witters, A. Veloso (Imec), P. G. D. Agopian, J. A. Martino (University of Sao Paulo), R. Carin, B. Cretu (University of Caen), R. Langer (Imec), N. Collaert, A. Thean (imec, Belgium), and C. Claeys (Imec)

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(Invited) Gate Stack Technology for Advanced AlGaN/GaN Mos-Hemt Power Devices – H. Watanabe, R. Asahara, J. Ito, K. Watanabe, M. Nozaki, T. Yamada (Osaka University), S. Nakazawa, Y. Anda, M. Ishida, T. Ueda (Panasonic Corporation), A. Yoshigoe (Japan Atomic Energy Agency), T. Hosoi, and T. Shimura (Osaka University) (Invited) First-Principles Study on Electron Conduction at 4H-SiC(0001)/SiO2 Interface – T. Ono, C. Kirkham, and S. Iwase (Center for Computational Sciences, University of Tsukuba) (Invited) Recent Progress in Vertical Si/III-V Tunnel FETs: From Fundamentals to CurrentBoosting Technology – K. Tomioka (GS-IST, RCIQE, Hokkaido University), J. Motohisa (IST), and T. Fukui (Hokkaido Unversity) Electrically Scaled Hf Oxide Based Ge Devices – K. Tapily (TEL Technology Centre, America, LLC), S. Dey (SUNY Polytechnic Institute), S. Consiglio, R. D. Clark, C. S. Wajda, G. J. Leusink (TEL Technology Center, America, LLC), and A. C. Diebold (SUNY Polytechnic Institute)

2D Semiconductors – 14:00 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: Andrew Kummel and Chadwin D. Young 14:00

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(Invited) Mechanism of Low Temperature ALD of Al2O3 on Graphene Terraces – I. Kwak, J. H. Park (University of California, San Diego), L. Grissom, B. Fruhberger (CALIT2, University of San Diego), and A. Kummel (University of California, San Diego) 14:30 1820 High-Performance Thin-Film Transistors Based on Highly Crystalline CVD-Grown Multilayer MoSe2 Films – N. Liu, C. Jung, H. Moon, S. Hong, Y. K. Hong, I. Omkaram, and S. Kim (Kyung Hee University) 14:50 1821 (Invited) Evaluation of Few-Layer MoS2 Transistors with a Top Gate and HfO2 Dielectric – C. D. Young, P. Zhao, P. Bolshakov-Barrett, A. Azcatl, C. L. Hinkle, R. M. Wallace (University of Texas at Dallas), Y. Y. Gomeniuk, M. Schmidt, and P. K. Hurley (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork) 15:20 Intermission 15:40 1823 (Invited) Reliability Study on Layered 2D Insulator – K. Nagashio (The University of Tokyo, PRESTO-JST) 16:10 1822 (Invited) Xenes: A New Emerging TwoDimensional Materials Platform for Nanoelectronics – A. Molle (MDM Laboratory, IMM-CNR) 16:40 1824 Silicene Nanoribbon Tunnel Field Effect Transistor – M. S. Fahad, A. Srivastava (Louisiana State University), A. K. Sharma, C. Mayberry (United States Air Force Research Laboratory), and K. M. Mohsin (Louisiana State University) 17:00 1825 Multiple Magnetic Resonance of Nuclei in a Two-Dimensional Electron System – X. Qian, Y. Ji (Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences), and V. Umansky (Weizmann Institute of Science)

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Dielectric Science and Technology / Electronics and Photonics 325 B, Hawai’i Convention Center

Templated ALD/Area Selective ALD I – 08:00 – 10:20 Co-Chairs: Gregory N. Parsons and Jolien Dendooven 08:00

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Template assited synthesis of porous metal oxide and metal nanostructures by ALD – S. Deng (Ghent University), M. Kurttepeli (Department of Physics, University of Antwerp), D. J. Cott (imec), S. Bals (Department of Physics, University of Antwerp), and C. Detavernier (Ghent University) A Rotation Fluidization Coupled Atomic Layer Deposition Reactor for Nanoparticle Coating – C. L. Duan (Huazhong University of Science and Engineering) and R. Chen (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) (Invited) Nanostructured Photocatalysts Prepared By Atomic Layer Deposition – I. M. Szilagyi (Budapest University of Technology and Economics) ALD for Functional Devices Based on TiO2 Nanotube Arrays – R. Zazpe, J. Prikryl, H. Sopha, and J. M. Macak (University of Pardubice) Break

Templated ALD/Area Selective ALD II – 10:20 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Jolien Dendooven and Chanyuan Liu 10:20

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(Invited) Using Inherent Substrate-Dependent Nucleation to Promote Selective-Area Atomic Layer Deposition of Metals and Metal Oxides – G. N. Parsons, B. Kalanyan, S. E. Atanasov, P. Lemaire, and C. Oldham (North Carolina State University) (Invited) Atomic Layer Deposition for Catalyst “bottom-up” Synthesis – J. Lu (University of Science and Technology of China) A Precise and Scalable Post-Modification of Mesoporous Metal-Organic Framework Nu-1000 Via Atomic Layer Deposition – I. S. Kim, K. W. Chapman (Argonne National Laboratory), L. Gagliardi, C. Cramer (University of Minnesota), O. K. Farha (King Abdulaziz University), J. T. Hupp (Northwestern University), and A. B. F. Martinson (Argonne National Laboratory)

Energy Conversion Applications – 14:00 – 15:40 Co-Chairs: Jeffrey W. Elam and Fred Roozeboom 14:00

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Fabrication of P-Type La: Fe2O3 As Photocathode Via Atomic Layer Deposition – Q. Peng, C. Du, Y. Wen, B. Shan, and R. Chen (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) Refractory Solar Selective Coatings Synthesized By Atomic Layer Deposition – A. U. Mane, J. A. Libera, A. Yanguas-Gil, J. R. Avila, and J. W. Elam (Argonne National Laboratory)

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Low Temperature Atomic Layer Deposited TiO2 Compact Layers for Planar Perovskite Solar Cells – I. S. Kim (Argonne National Laboratory), R. Haasch (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), D. Cao (Northwestern University), O. K. Farha (King Abdulaziz University), J. T. Hupp, M. Kanatzidis (Northwestern University), and A. B. F. Martinson (Argonne National Laboratory) Effects of SiO2 and TiO2 Combination Coating on TiO2 Nanoparticle Electrodes in Dye Sensitized Solar Cells – K. Kanomata (CREST, JST, Yamagata University), Y. Kato, T. Imai, M. Miura (Yamagata University), B. Ahmmad (CREST, JST, Yamagata University,), S. Kubota (CREST, JST, Yamagata University), and F. Hirose (Yamagata University, CREST, JST) Effect of Thickness on Flexible, Electrical and Optical Properties of Ti- ZnO Films on Flexible Glass By Atomic Layer Deposition – W. J. Lee (Pusan National University), J. D. Kwon (Korea Institute of Materials Science), and S. H. Kwon (Busan National University)

Tuesday, October 4

G03

Atomic Layer Deposition Applications 12

Processing Materials of 3D Interconnects, Damascene and Electronics Packaging 8

Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology / Electrodeposition / The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) 304 B, Hawai’i Convention Center

Electrodeposition 1 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: M. Hayase, W.-P. Dow, Silvia Armini and Rohan Akolkar 08:00

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(Invited) All-Wet TSV Fabrication Using Electroless Plated Barrier and Cu Seed Layers with Pd Nanoparticle Catalyst – F. Inoue (IMEC) and S. Shingubara (Kansai University) Damascene Copper Plating Recipe Engineering for Defectivity, Health of Line (HOL) and Reliability Improvement – S. Ahmed (GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc), Q. Huang (University of Alabama), T. J. Cheng, P. Findeis, D. R. Koli, C. N. Troung, and S. Grunow (GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc) Using Graphene As a Conducting and Barrier Layer for Filling through Silicon Vias with Co-W Alloy – Y. Y. Chen, W. P. Dow (National Chung Hsing University), P. H. Chang, H. Q. Li, and J. Y. Lin (Industrial Technology Research Institute) A Synthesis Approach of Cu Nanoparticles Using Polyimide As a Template and Their Application on a Printed Circuit Board – Y. L. Tsai (National Chung Hsing University), Y. C. Chung (Department of Chemical Engineering), W. P. Dow (National Chung Hsing University), and Y. Hashimoto (JCU CORPORATION) High Aspect Ratio through Silicon Via Filling By Nickel-Tungsten Alloy Using Graphene As a Conducting and Barrier Layer – Y. C. Huang, W. Y. Zeng, S. C. Chang, and W. P. Dow (National Chung Hsing University) Using Reduced Graphene Oxide (rGO) As a Conducting Layer on a Polyimide Flim for Cu Metallization – Y. Z. Zhang and W. P. Dow (National Chung Hsing University)

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Electroplating through Fluidic Channels As Production Technology for 3D Interconnect Devices and Sensing Structures – M. Rechel, S. Bengsch, and M. C. Wurz (Institute of Micro Production Technology) Processing Hundreds of Nanometres Thick Electrografted P4VP for High Aspect Ratio TSV Insulation – T. Dequivre, M. Bérubé, G. M. Brisard, and S. A. Charlebois (Université de Sherbrooke) Using Reduced Graphene Oxide As Conducting Layer of Plating through Holes of a Printed Circuit Board – S. W. Chang, W. Y. Zeng, and W. P. Dow (National Chung Hsing University) Oxidation Extent of Graphene Oxide on Copper Electroplating for Fabricating Printed Circuit Boards – C. Hsieh, W. Y. Zeng, and W. P. Dow (National Chung Hsing University)

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Electrodeposition 2 – 13:40 – 15:40 Co-Chairs: Masanori Hayase, W.-P. Dow, Silvia Armini and Rohan Akolkar

Tuesday, October 4

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(Invited) Copper Plating and Its Application in Advanced Packaging – L. Wei, M. Thorseth, M. Scalisi, J. P. Prange, I. Lee, Y. H. Lee, Y. J. Kim, M. Lefebvre, J. Calvert, and W. Tachikawa (The Dow Chemical Company) Invar Electroplating for Controlled Expansion Interconnects – V. M. Dubin, M. O. Lisunova, I. O. Kovalenko, B. L. Walton (NANO3D SYSTEMS LLC), G. Downey, J. Su (Oregon State University), and K. Witt (ClassOne Technology) A Copper Plating Formula Development for through-Hole Filling without a Dimple on Top of the Hole Opening – H. J. Geng, S. I. Wen, and W. P. Dow (National Chung Hsing University) A Cocoon-Shaped Copper Plating Filling Technique for through Hole Metallization – J. J. Mai, S. I. Wen, and W. P. Dow (National Chung Hsing University) Electromigration Effects upon Cu/Ni/Sn-Ag and Cu/Ni/Sn-Ag-Cu Interfacial Reactions – S. W. Chen, J. W. Chen, Y. C. Lin (National Tsing Hua University), and T. C. Chang (Industrial Technology Research Institute)

Others – 15:40 – 17:00 Co-Chairs: Gangadhara Mathad and Fred Roozeboom 15:40

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(Invited) Interconnect Metals for Future Integrated Circuits – P. Besser, H. J. Wu, Y. Jiang, K. Chattopadhyay, L. Brogan, L. Zhao, N. Doubina, P. Nalla (Lam Research Corporation), and A. Kolics (Lam Research) a Unique 3D Integration Approach for SOI Substrates - Mating Device Layer CVD W Filled Tsvs with Handle Layer ECD Cu Filled Tsvs – A. E. Hollowell, C. L. Arrington, T. Bauer, M. Blain, J. Dominguez (Sandia National Laboratories), R. S. Goeke (Sandia National Labs), E. Heller, R. Jarecki, R. Loviza, J. McClain, L. A. Menk, J. R. Pillars, P. Resnick, and R. Timon (Sandia National Laboratories)

Copper Oxide Direct Bonding of 200mm CMOS Wafers with Five Metal Levels and Tsvs: Morphological and Electrical Characterization – C. Cavaco, L. Peng, S. Lavizzari, J. Claes, N. V. Hoovels, S. Guerrieri, D. S. Tezcan, and H. Osman (Imec)

Electroless Plating of Diffusion Barrier Films on SiO2 and Evaluation of Film Characteristics – A. Hirate (Kansai University), K. Ohta (Kansai University.), Y. Miyachi, T. Shimizu, T. Ito, and S. Shingubara (Kansai University) ALD Platinum Substrate Preparation and Electrodeposition of Copper into Extremely Deep through-Silicon-Vias – L. A. Menk, C. L. Arrington, T. Bauer, M. Blain, J. Dominguez (Sandia National Laboratories), R. S. Goeke (Sandia National Labs), E. Heller, A. E. Hollowell, R. Jarecki, R. Loviza, J. McClain, J. R. Pillars, P. Resnick, and R. Timon (Sandia National Laboratories) Effect of Cu Diffusion on Electrical and Reliability Characteristics of Low Dielectric Constant Dielectrics – Y. L. Cheng and Y. J. Zhuang (National Chi-Nan University) Investigation of Mechanical Stress Distribution in Flexible Microelectronic System Under Bending Force By Finite Element Analysis – S. H. Seo (Sejong University), J. H. Lee, J. Y. Song (Korea Institute of Machinery & Materials), and W. J. Lee (Sejong University) 3D Printed Porous Dielectric Layers for Low Dielectric Applications – J. Y. Oh (KIMM Metal 3D Printing Convergence Research Team, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute), K. S. Lee (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, KIMM Metal 3D Printing Convergence Research Team), K. H. Kim (KIMM Metal 3D Printing Convergence Research Team, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute), Y. S. Yang (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, KIMM Metal 3D Printing Convergence Research Team), and C. W. Lee (KIMM Metal 3D Printing Convergence Research Team) UV Laser Annealing Effect on Mechanical Properties of Boron Doped Amorphous Carbon Films As Hardmasks – C. Youn (Sejong University), J. Yang, S. Lee, G. Hur (Advanced Research Lab. of TES Co., Ltd), and T. Choi (Sejong University)

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Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology / The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) 320, Hawai’i Convention Center

FDSOI - FINFET II – 08:00 – 10:10 Co-Chair: Aaron Thean 08:00

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Prospects of High-Germanium-Content Strained Silicon-Germanium (SiGe) for Advanced FinFET Generations – P. Hashemi, K. Balakrishnan, T. Ando, J. Bruley, J. A. Ott, S. Engelmann, K. Chan, K. L. Lee, D. G. Park, R. T. Mo, and E. Leobandung (IBM T. J. Watson Research Center) Integration of Low Temperature SiGe:B Raised Sources and Drains in p-Type FDSOI Field Effect Transistors – C. M. V. Lu (CEALeti Minatec Campus, STMicroelectronics), C. Fenouillet-Beranger (CEA-Leti Minatec Campus), J. M. Hartmann (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA-LETI, MINATEC Campus, CEA, LETI), P. Rodriguez (CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus), V. Benevent (CEA, LETI, Grenoble, France), M. P. Samson (STMicroelectronics, Crolles, France), B. Previtali (CEA-LETI MINATEC Campus), C. Tabone, M. Cassé (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA-LETI, MINATEC Campus), F. Allain, G. Romano (CEA-Leti Minatec Campus), L. Brunet (CEA-LETI MINATEC Campus), P. Batude (CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus), T. Skotnicki (STMicroelectronics), and M. Vinet (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA-LETI, MINATEC Campus) Omega-Gate Nanowire PFETs with Compressive SiGe Channels Epitaxied on Strained SOI Substrates – P. Nguyen (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA-LETI, MINATEC Campus, SOITEC), S. Barraud, M. Cassé, J. Pelloux-Prayer, C. Tabone, J. M. Hartmann (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA-LETI, MINATEC Campus), C. Arvet (STMicroelectronics, Crolles, France), N. Bernier, L. Hutin (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA-LETI, MINATEC Campus), L. Ecarnot, C. Maleville, B. Y. Nguyen, C. Mazure (SOITEC), O. Faynot, and M. Vinet (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA-LETI, MINATEC Campus) Comparative Analysis of Growth Rate Enhancement and Ge Redistribution during Silicon-Germanium Oxidation By Rapid Thermal Oxidation – F. Rozé (CEA LETI, STMicroelectronics), O. Gourhant (STMicroelectronics), E. Blanquet (SIMaP), F. Bertin (CEA LETI), M. Juhel, F. Abbate, C. Pribat, and R. Duru (STMicroelectronics)

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09:50

300 mm SiGe on Insulator Substrates with High Ge Content (70%) Fabricated Using the Smart Cut Tm Technology – J. Widiez (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LETI), C. Veytizou (SOITEC), J. M. Hartmann (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA-LETI, MINATEC Campus, CEA, LETI), V. Loup, P. Besson (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LETI), N. Baumel, C. Figuet, I. Huyet (SOITEC), F. Mazen (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LETI), W. Schwarzenbach, C. Tempesta, and L. Ecarnot (SOITEC) Break

Novel Devices & Heterogeneous Integration – 10:10 – 11:50 Co-Chair: Aaron Thean 10:10

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(Invited) Enabling Hetero-Integration of III-V and Ge-Based Transistors on Silicon with Ultra-Thin Buffers Formed By Interfacial Misfit Technique – X. Gong, S. Yadav, K. H. Goh (National University of Singapore), K. H. Tan (Nanyang Technological University), A. Kumar, K. L. Low (National University of Singapore), B. Jia, S. F. Yoon (Nanyang Technological University), G. Liang, and Y. C. Yeo (National University of Singapore) (Invited) SiGe and III-V Materials and Devices: New Hemt and LED Elements in 0.18-Micron CMOS Process and Design – E. A. Fitzgerald (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), K. E. Lee (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems), S. F. Yoon (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems, Nanyang Technological University), S. J. Chua (National University of Singapore, SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems), C. S. Tan (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems, Nanyang Technological University), G. I. Ng (Nanyang Technological University, SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems), X. Zhou (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems, Nanyang Technological University), X. Gong (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems, National University of Singapore), J. S. Chang (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems, Nanyang Technological University), L. S. Peh (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), C. C. Boon (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems, Nanyang Technological University), D. A. Antoniadis (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), S. Yadav (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems, National University of Singapore), X. S. Nguyen, D. A. Kohen (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems), A. Kumar (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems, National University of Singapore), L. Zhang, K. H. Lee, Z. H. Liu (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems), S. B. Chain (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems, Nanyang Technological University), and P. Choi (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems, Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

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G05

SiGe, Ge, and Related Materials: Materials, Processing, and Devices 7


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Challenges and Opportunities of Near and Mid-Infrared Photonics Based on SiGe and Ge – M. Takenaka (JST-CREST, The University of Tokyo), Y. Kim (The University of Tokyo), J. H. Han, J. Kang (The University of Tokyo, JST-CREST), and S. Takagi (JST-CREST, The University of Tokyo) Modeling and Simulation of Negative Capacitance Gate on Ge FETs – Y. H. Liao, S. T. Fan, and C. W. Liu (National Taiwan University)

Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center G05 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Strain Introduction and Relaxation 1 – 13:10 – 15:00 Co-Chair: Atsushi Ogura 13:10

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(Invited) Anisotropic Strain Introduction into Si/Ge Hetero Structures – K. Sawano, S. Konoshima (Tokyo City University), K. Arimoto, J. Yamanaka, and K. Nakagawa (Yamanashi University) Investigation of the Low Temperature High Temperature Approach to Produce Si0.5Ge0.5 and Pure Ge Strain Relaxed Buffers – J. M. Hartmann (CEA-LETI, Minatec Campus, Grenoble, France, Univ. Grenoble Alpes, Grenoble, France), J. Aubin, Y. Bogumilowicz, A. M. Papon, and V. Delaye (CEA, LETI, Minatec Campus, Grenoble, France, Univ. Grenoble Alpes, Grenoble, France) Strain Relaxed Silicon Germanium Buffer Layers: From Growth to Integration Challenges – A. Dube, Y. C. Huang (Applied Materials), B. Cherian (Applied Materals), K. Nafisi, H. Chung, and S. Chu (Applied Materials) Epitaxial Growth of Ge Strain Relaxed Buffer on Si with Low Threading Dislocation Density – A. Abedin, A. Asadollahi, K. Garidis, P. E. Hellström (KTH Royal Institute of Technology), and M. Ostling (KTH) Break

Related Compounds – 15:00 – 17:20 Co-Chair: Matty Caymax 15:00

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(Invited) Silicene: Silicon at the Two Dimensional Limit and Its Applications to Nanoelectronics – A. Molle (MDM Laboratory, IMM-CNR), C. Grazianetti, and E. Cinquanta (IMM-CNR) (Invited) Strain Engineered Crack-Free GaN on Si for Integrated Vertical High Power GaN Devices with Si CMOS – S. Dayeh, A. Tanaka, W. Choi, and R. Chen (UC San Diego) (Invited) Realizing 2D Materials Via MOCVD – J. A. Robinson (Pennsylvania State University) (Invited) The Structure-Dependent Properties of InAs Nanowires and Their Devices – Q. Chen, M. Fu, T. Shi, and X. Li (Peking University) Rapid Synthesis of Nonepitaxial Multilayer Silicene and Germanene Assisted By Plasma/ Ion Implantation – H. S. Tsai and J. H. Liang (National Tsing Hua University)

H02

RAMAN Characterization of Ge1-XSnX Allows By Using a SPACE Correlation MODEL – H. Pérez Ladrón de Guevara (Universidad de Guadalajara), M. A. Vidal Borbolla, A. G. Rodriguez Vazquez, and H. R. Navarro Contreras (CIACYT Universidad Autónoma de San Luís Potosí) Development of Interatomic Potential of Group IV Alloy Semiconductors for Lattice Dynamics Simulation – M. Tomita (Waseda University, Meiji University), A. Ogura (Meiji University), and T. Watanabe (Waseda University) Fabrication and Characterization of SiGe on Insulator through Condensation and Wafer Bonding Techniques – M. Noroozi, B. Hamawandi, M. Toprak, and H. H. Radamson (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)

Semiconductor Wafer Bonding: Science, Technology and Applications 14

Electronics and Photonics / Battery / The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) 308 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

Hybrid Bonding by Surface Activation – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: A. P. Esteves and Chuan Seng Tan 08:00

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(Invited) Thermomechanical Finite Element Modeling of Cu-SiO2 Direct Hybrid Bonding with a Dishing Effect on Cu Surfaces – R. Estevez (Université Grenoble Alpes), Y. Beilliard, G. Parrr, P. McGarry, P. Coudrain, and L. Di Cioccio (Université Grenoble Alpes) Cu-Cu Die to Die Surface Activated Bonding in Atmospheric Environment Using Ar and Ar/N2 Plasma – S. L. Chua and C. S. Tan (Nanyang Technological University) Combined Surface Activated Bonding Technique for Hydrophilic SiO2-SiO2 and Cu-Cu Bonding – R. He (The University of Tokyo), M. Fujino (School of Engineering, Univ. Tokyo), A. Yamauchi (Bondtech Co., Ltd.), and T. Suga (School of Engineering, Univ. Tokyo) Impact of Water Edge Absorption on Silicon Oxide Direct Bonding Energy – F. Fournel, M. Tedjini, C. Morales, C. Bridoux, H. Moriceau (CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus, Univ. Grenoble Alpes), V. Larrey (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus), and F. Rieutord (CEA, INAC, Grenoble, France, Univ. Grenoble Alpes) Break

Bonding Mechanism & Photonic Integration – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Gilles Patriarche and Mark S. Goorsky 10:00

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Control of Direct Bonding Behavior By Interlayers – M. Eichler (Fraunhofer Institute for Surface Engineering and Thin Fil), H. Dillmann (Technische Universität Braunschweig), K. Nagel (Fraunhofer Institute for Surface Engineering and Thin Fil), and C. P. Klages (Technische Universität Braunschweig)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


10:40

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Adhesion Energy and Bonding Wave Velocity Measurements – V. Larrey (CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus, Univ. Grenoble Alpes), G. Mauguen, F. Fournel, D. Radisson (CEA, Leti, Minatec Campus), F. Rieutord (French CRG-IF BM32 beamline at the ESRF, Grenoble, France), C. Morales, C. Bridoux, and H. Moriceau (CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus) A Study of Void Formation in Fluorine Containing Plasma Activated Wafer Bonding – C. Wang, Y. Liu (Harbin Institute of Technology), and T. Suga (School of Engineering, Univ. Tokyo) Edge Water Penetration in Direct Bonding Interface – F. Rieutord (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, INAC, Grenoble, France), S. Tardif (CEA, INAC, Grenoble, France, Univ. Grenoble Alpes), M. Tedjini (CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus), F. Fournel (CEA, Leti, Minatec Campus), D. Landru, O. Kononchuk (SOITEC, France), V. Larrey (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus), and H. Moriceau (CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus, Univ. Grenoble Alpes) (Invited) Locally Measuring the Adhesion of InP Membranes Directly Bonded on Silicon – G. Patriarche (Laboratoire de Photonique et de Nanostructures CNRS), K. Pantzas (Laboratoire de Photonique et de Nanostructures, CNRS), E. Le Bourhis (Institut P’, CNRS - Université de Poitiers), G. Beaudoin (Laboratoire de Photonique et de Nanostrures CNRS), and A. Talneau (Laboratoire de Photonique et de Nanostructures, CNRS)

Photonic Integration & Layer Transfer Techonlogies – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Michael L. Davenport and Karl D. Hobart 14:00

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(Invited) Heterogeneous Photonic Integration By Direct Wafer Bonding – M. L. Davenport (University of California Santa Barbara), L. Chang, D. Huang (University of California, Santa Barbara), N. Volet (University of California Santa Barbara), and J. E. Bowers (University of California, Santa Barbara) Modified Surface Activated Bonding Using Si Intermediate Layer for Bonding and Debonding of Glass Substrates – K. Takeuchi (University of Tokyo), M. Fujino, and T. Suga (School of Engineering, Univ. Tokyo) Nanomechanical Analysis of Polydimethylglutarimide Based Lift Off Resist Used for Temporary Bonding and Film Transfers – Y. Mohammed (Old Dominion University), T. Matsumae (The University of Tokyo), A. D. Koehler (Naval Research Laboratory), A. A. Elmustafa (Old Dominion University), T. Suga (School of Engineering, Univ. Tokyo), H. Baumgart (Old Dominion University), and K. D. Hobart (Naval Research Laboratory) Room Temperature Bonding with Lift-Off Resist Using the Surface Activated Bonding Method for a Layer Transfer Platform – T. Matsumae (The University of Tokyo) and T. Suga (School of Engineering, Univ. Tokyo)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

15:40

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Thin Layer Transfer Using Room Temperature Wafer-Level Bonding Process – K. Abadie (EVGroup), F. Fournel, C. Morales, H. Moriceau (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus), and M. Wimplinger (EV Group)

Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center H02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Optical Isolator with Si Guiding Layer Fabricated By Photosensitive Adhesive Bonding – H. Yokoi (Shibaura Institute of Technology, SIT Research Center for Green Innovation), S. Choowitsakunlert, K. Kobayashi, and K. Takagiwa (Shibaura Institute of Technology) Determination of Band Structure at GaAs/SiC Heterojunctions – J. Liang, S. Shimizu (Osaka City University), M. Arai (New Japan Radio Co. Ltd.), and N. Shigekawa (Osaka City University) Direct Wafer Bonding and Layer Exfoliation of Sapphire – C. Wong, M. Forstell, and M. S. Goorsky (University of California, Los Angeles) Surface Preparation and Eutectic Wafer Bonding – M. Heller (Kionix, Inc.), M. Zoberbier (Suss MicroTec), T. Fujita (Rohm Co., Ltd.), and M. Eichler (Fraunhofer Institute for Surface Engineering and Thin Fil) Decreased Surface Porosity and Roughness of InP for Epitaxially Grown Thin-Film Devices: A Path to Integration of High Performance Electronics – M. Gervasoni, A. Machness, and M. Goorsky (University of California, Los Angeles) Transfer of Ultra-Thin Semi-Conductor Films Onto Flexible Substrates – P. Montméat (CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus), I. De Nigris Brandolisi (CEA LETI MINATEC), S. Tardif (CEA, INAC, MINATEC Campus), T. Enot, G. Enyedi, R. Kachtouli (CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus), P. Besson (STMicroelectronics), F. Rieutord (CEA, INAC, Grenoble, France), and F. Fournel (CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus)

Thin Film Transistors 13 (TFT 13) Electronics and Photonics 309, Hawai’i Convention Center

Ge Materials Based TFTs – 07:40 – 09:50 Co-Chair: Mamoru Furuta 07:40

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(Invited) Low-Temperature Growth of Orientation-Controlled Large-Grain Ge-Rich Sige on Insulator at Controlled-Position for Flexible Electronics – T. Sadoh, R. Aoki, T. Tanaka, J. H. Park, and M. Miyao (Department of Electronics, Kyushu University) (Invited) Unseeded Growth of PolyCrystalline Ge with (111) Surface Orientation on Insulator By Pulsed Green Laser Annealing – M. Horita, T. Takao, Y. Nieda, Y. Ishikawa (Nara Institute of Science and Technology), N. Sasaki (Sasaki Consulting), and Y. Uraoka (Nara Institute of Science and Technology)

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Cooling Rate Dependent High Substitutional Sn Concentration (>10%) in GermaniumTin Crystals on Insulator by Pulsed LaserAnnealing – K. Moto, R. Matsumura, T. Sadoh (Department of Electronics, Kyushu University), H. Ikenoue (Department of Gigaphoton Next GLP, Kyushu University), and M. Miyao (Department of Electronics, Kyushu University) Low-Temperature Formation of Sn-Doped Ge on Insulating Substrates By Metal-Induced Crystallization – T. Sakai, R. Matsumura, T. Sadoh, and M. Miyao (Department of Electronics, Kyushu University) Intermission

Tuesday, October 4

Oxide TFT Processes – 09:50 – 12:10 Co-Chairs: Toshiki Kaneko and Akito Hara 09:50

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(Invited) Low-Temperature Processed and Self-Aligned Ingazno Thin-Film Transistor with an Organic Gate Insulator for Flexible Device Applications – M. Furuta (Kochi University of Technology, Japan), T. Toda, G. Tatsuoka, and Y. Magari (Kochi University of Technology) Highly Stable Zinc Oxynitride Thin-Film Transistors with Field-Effect Mobility Exceeding 100 cm2/Vs – H. S. Kim and Y. S. Kim (Chungnam National University) Light Gated Zinc Tin Oxide Thin Film Transistor Fabricated Via Solution Process – I. W. Wang, J. T. Li, and J. S. Chen (National Cheng Kung University) Improvement of TFT Characteristics for Low-Temperature Solution-Processed Oxide Semiconductors with Hydrogen Injection and Oxidation Process – M. Miyakawa, M. Nakata, H. Tsuji, Y. Fujisaki, and T. Yamamoto (NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories) (Invited) Low-Temperature Sol-Gel Derived Ultra-Flexible Metal-Oxide Thin-FilmTransistors and Their Applications – J. W. Jo, J. S. Heo, K. T. Kim, J. Kim, M. G. Kim, and S. K. Park (Chung-Ang University) Low-Temperature Processed MetalSemiconductor Field-Effect Transistor with inGa-Zn-O/AgOx Schottky Gate – Y. Magari, S. Hashimoto, K. Hamada (Kochi University of Technology), and M. Furuta (Kochi University of Technology, Japan)

Oxide TFT Devices – 14:00 – 18:10 Co-Chairs: Yukiharu Uraoka, Taizoh Sadoh and Sung Kyu Park 14:00

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(Invited) Compact Models and Parameter Extraction for Thin Film Transistors – M. Shur (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) (Invited) Stability Under Gate Bias Stressing of Amorphous Oxide Thin Film Transistors – K. M. Niang and A. J. Flewitt (Cambridge University) Influence of Carrier Concentration at Frontand Back-Channel on Transfer Characteristics of Bottom-Gate Ιn-Ga-Zn-O Thin-Film Transistors – D. Koretomo (Kochi University of Technology), T. Matsuda, M. Kimura (Ryukoku University), and M. Furuta (Kochi University of Technology, Japan)

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(Invited) Selection of Channel Layer for the Vertical Oxide TFT – S. H. K. Park, H. I. Yeom (KAIST), C. S. Hwang (ETRI), G. Moon, J. B. Ko, and Y. Nam (KAIST) 15:50 Intermission 16:20 2141 (Invited) Vertical Channel Amorphous Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide Thin Film Transistors – H. P. D. Shieh, R. N. Chauhan, K. J. Chuang, and N. Tiwari (National Chiao Tung University Taiwan) 16:50 2142 Stretched-Exponential Trends in a-Igzo Tfts – F. Zhou, T. H. Chiang, and J. F. Wager (Oregon State University) 17:10 2143 Investigation on the Gate Electrode Configuration of IGZO TFTs for Improved Channel Control and Suppression of BiasStress Induced Instability – T. Mudgal, N. Edwards, P. Ganesh, A. Bharadwaj (Rochester Institute of Technology), R. G. Manley (Corning Incorporated), and K. D. Hirschman (Rochester Institute of Technology) 17:30 2144 Comprehensive Depletion-Mode Model for TFT Assessment – F. Zhou, T. H. Chiang, and J. F. Wager (Oregon State University) 17:50 2145 Prospectively of Carbon-Doped IndiumTungsten-Oxide Channel TFT for Bias Stress Instability – K. Kurishima (Meiji University, National Institute for Materials Science), T. Nabatame, T. Kizu (National Institute for Materials Science), N. Mitoma (Nagoya University), K. Tsukagoshi, T. Sawada, A. Ohi (National Institute for Materials Science), I. Yamamoto (Shibaura Institute of Technology, National Institute for Materials Science), T. Ohishi (Shibaura Institute of Technology), T. Chikyow (National Institute for Materials Science), and A. Ogura (Meiji University)

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Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Electronic and Photonic Devices 9 Electronics and Photonics 308 B, Hawai’i Convention Center

Nanoelectronic Materials, Characterization and Devices – 08:00 – 12:10 Co-Chairs: Chuan Wang and Yu-Lun Chueh 08:00

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(Invited) Fully-Printed Stretchable Electronic Devices and Circuits – L. Cai, S. Zhang, J. Miao (Michigan State University), Z. Yu (Florida State University), and C. Wang (Michigan State University) (Invited) Low-Voltage Complementary Electronics from Ion Gel-Gated Vertical Van Der Waals Heterostructures – J. H. Cho (Sungkyunkwan University) Direct Current-Induced Oxidization of Metallic Nanowires and Their Resistive Switching Properties – Y. C. Shih, K. D. Liang (National Tsing Hua University), Y. Z. Chen (Dept. of Mater. Sci. and Eng., NTHU), H. W. Tsai (Department of MSE, NTHU, Hsinchu, Taiwan.), and Y. L. Chueh (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, NTHU)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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(Invited) Nanowire Electrodes for Electrochemical Capacitors and Nanoparticles for Current Conduction – H. Nakanishi, I. Kikuta, Y. Kawabata, I. Matsumoto, Y. Naitoh (Kyoto Institute of Technology), H. Segawa (National Institute for Materials Science), T. Norisuye, and Q. Tran-Cong-Miyata (Kyoto Institute of Technology) (Invited) Nanoscale III-Vs on Oxides and Metals - a Route Towards Low-Cost, HighPerformance Electronic and Photonic Devices on Non-Traditional Substrates – R. Kapadia (University of Southern California) (Invited) Wearable Electronics Using 1D-2D Hybrid Nanostructures – J. U. Park (UNIST) Electron Transport Behavior Analysis of Bis(terpyridine)Metal Complex Wires on Electrodes – H. Maeda, R. Sakamoto, and H. Nishihara (The University of Tokyo) Fabrication of Self-Assembly Metal / Semiconductor Heterostructured Nanowires By Using Anodic Aluminum Oxide (AAO)Assisted Molding Injection Process – S. H. Chen, C. Y. Wang, Y. C. Hung (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology), C. C. Chen (National United University), and J. S. Lin (National Chin-Yi University of Technology) High Aspect Ratio Single Crystal of Cesium Iodide Column – C. C. Chen (NATIONAL UNITED UNIVERSITY), S. H. Chen (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology), J. E. Yang (NATIONAL UNITED UNIVERSITY), K. J. Huang (Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology), and W. D. Jheng (National Chin-Yi University of Technology) Self Assembled ZnO Nanowire Field Effect Transistors – E. Matei, C. Florica, A. Costas, M. Enculescu, and I. Enculescu (National Institute of Materials Physics)

Low Dimensional Materials for Sensors, Batteries, and Biology – 14:00 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Colm O’Dwyer and Bo Song 14:00

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(Invited) Multi-Functional Flexible Healthcare Sesnors and Integrated Circuits – K. Takei (Osaka Prefecture University) (Invited) Gold Nanobridge Enhanced Fiber Optic Sensor – G. Pickrell, A. Floyd, B. Scott (Virginia Tech), A. Wang (Virgini Tech), Y. Song, M. Fraser, and Z. Yu (Virginia Tech) (Invited) Thermal Management of Metal Oxide Nanowire Sensor – T. Yanagida (Kyushu University) Fluorescence Microscopy Characterization of Patterned Nano-Crystalline Quantum Dot Films – A. Sabeeh (Taibah University, Madina, Saudi Arabia, The Pennsylvania State University), J. Ruzyllo, and J. Price (The Pennsylvania State University, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science) (Invited) Towards High-Power All-SolidState Batteries – R. S. Kühnel, L. Duchêne, E. Roedern, A. Remhof, and C. Battaglia (Empa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science) Individual-Particle Electron Tomography: A Method for Monitoring the 3D Structure of Low-Dimensional DNA-Based Nanodevice – G. Ren (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

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(Invited) High Density Individually Addressable Nanowire Arrays for Intracellular Mapping of Neuronal Activity – S. Dayeh (UC San Diego) (Invited) High-Performance Wearable Supercapacitor Textiles – Z. Zheng (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University)

Gallium Nitride and Silicon Carbide Power Technologies 6

Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology / The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) 303 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

Wide Bandgap Devices – 14:00 – 16:30 Co-Chair: Michael Dudley 14:00 14:05 2242

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Current Topics in Electronic Devices Based on Wide Band-Gap Semiconductors for Power Applications and Energy Efficiency – E. P. Carlson (Booz Allen Hamilton), I. C. Kizilyalli, T. D. Heidel, and D. W. Cunningham (Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy) Ultra Large Scale Manufacturing Challenges of Silicon Carbide and Gallium Nitride Based Power Devices and Systems – R. Singh (Clemson University, Center for Silicon Nanoelectronics) and A. A. Asif (Clemson University) (Invited) Vertical GaN High Voltage Transistors: Comparison with SiC Switches – A. Christou and D. Shahin (University of Maryland) Break

Packaging Issues – 16:30 – 17:50 Co-Chair: Michael Shur 16:30

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(Invited) Methods for Dynamic Analysis and Stability Assurance of Power Modules with Wide Bandgap Devices – M. S. Mazzola and M. Rahmani (Mississippi State University) (Invited) Wide Band-Gap on Its Hard Way up - the Trouble Starts Just Outside the Chip – N. Kaminski (Univeristy of Bremen)

Emerging Nanomaterials and Devices

Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology / Nanocarbons 307 B, Hawai’i Convention Center

2D Nanomaterials and Devices I – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chair: Udo Schwalke 08:00 08:20 2307

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Highly Functional Graphene NanoElectromechanical (GNEM) Devices for Advanced Switch and Sensor Applications – H. Mizuta (University of Southampton, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), J. Sun, M. E. Schmidt, and M. Muruganathan (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Enhancement of the Extent of In Situ Transferfree Few-layer Graphene by Solid Carbon Source for Use in Gas Sensor Applications – D. Noll and U. Schwalke (Technische Universität Darmstadt)

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Electrical Measurement of the Band Gap of Molybdenum Ditelluride and Black Phosphorus in Ambipolar Transistors with Graphene Source/Drain Contact – J. Y. Lim, J. S. Kim, J. Ahn, S. Yu, and S. Im (Yonsei University) Break

15:00

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2D Nanomaterials and Devices II – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chair: Udo Schwalke 10:00

Tuesday, October 4

10:40

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(Invited) Emerging Device Technology Based on Graphene – M. Östling, A. D. Smith, S. Vaziri, S. Sollami Delekta, J. Li (KTH Royal Institute of Technology), and M. C. Lemme (KTH Royal Institute of Technology and University of Siegen) Titanum Carbide Mxene Flakes As Novel 2D Metallic Solution-Processed Films – M. Mariano (Yale University), O. Mashtalir (Drexel University), F. Antonio (Yale University), W. H. Ryu (Sookmyung Women’s University), B. Deng, F. Xia, and A. D. Taylor (Yale University) Single and Few Layered WS2 Nanoflowers: Synthesis, Characterization and Their Piezoresponce – J. M. Wu and M. Srinivaas (National Tsing Hua University) Theoretical Analysis and Experimental Optimization of Graphene/TMD Heterojunction Barristors – J. Shim (Sungkyunkwan University), Y. H. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), and J. H. Park (Sungkyunkwan University) Current Transport in Graphene/Copper Hybrid Nano Ribbon Interconnect: A First Principle Study – K. M. Mohsin, A. Srivastava (Louisiana State University), A. K. Sharma, C. Mayberry (United States Air Force Research Laboratory), and M. S. Fahad (Louisiana State University)

16:00

Organic Electronics and Photonics – 16:20 – 18:00 Co-Chair: Qiliang Li 16:20

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Emerging Device and Circuit Applications I – 14:00 – 16:20 Co-Chair: Franz Kreupl 14:00

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(Invited) High-Yield Reconfigurable Silicon and Germanium Nanowire Transistors and Compact Logic Circuits – W. M. Weber (NaMLab gGmbH, Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (CfAED)), A. Heinzig (Institute for Nanoelectronic Materials, TUDresden, Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (CfAED)), J. Trommer (NaMLab gGmbH, Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (CfAED)), T. Baldauf (Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (CfAED), Institute for Nanoelectronic Materials, TUDresden), M. Raitza (Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (CfAED)), M. Grube, S. Pregl (NaMLab gGmbH), D. Y. Jeon, S. J. Park, V. Sessi (Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (CfAED)), and T. Mikolajick (NaMLab gGmbH, Inst. of Semicond. and Microsys. Techn. (IHM) TU Dresden) Dual Gate Black Phosphorous Field Effect Transistors on Glass for NOR Logic and OLED Switching – J. S. Kim, J. Y. Lim, S. Yu, J. Ahn, and S. Im (Yonsei University)

Favorable Combination of Schottky Barrier and Junctionless Properties in Field-Effect Transistors for High Temperature Applications – T. A. Krauss, F. Wessely, and U. Schwalke (Technische Universität Darmstadt) High Photoresponsivity Multilayer MoS2 Thin-Film Transistors with Local Bottom Gate Structure – S. Hong, O. J. Kim (Kyung Hee University), G. Han (University of Waterloo), J. Kwon, N. Liu, Y. K. Hong, D. H. Kim, I. Omkaram (Kyung Hee University), Y. Yoon (University of Waterloo), and S. Kim (Kyung Hee University) Turning the n-Type CdS to p-Type CdS Nanowires By Surface Charge Transfer Doping – H. J. Chen, H. C. Wang (AIM-HI), M. P. Lu (NDL), and M. Y. Lu (AIM-HI) Break

(Invited) Electrical and Structural Origin of Self-Healing Phenomena in Pentacene Thin Film Transistors – E. S. H. Kang, H. Zhang, W. Donner, and H. von Seggern (Technische Universität Darmstadt) High Performance Organic Photovoltaics with Transparent Oxide Interlayer – H. Kim (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH)) Yolk-Shell Nanocrystals for Efficient Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting – T. H. Lai (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, NCTU) Surmofs and Cncs As Novel Tuneable Materials for Optical, Photonic and Solar Energy Materials – E. Redel (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 16 (PEFC 16)

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / ECSJ Fuel Cells / Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (CSE) 316 C, Hawai’i Convention Center

F-21 Oxygen Evolution Reaction – 07:40 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Krzysztof A. Lewinski and Pierre Millet 07:40

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(Invited) The Role of Electrolysis in a Renewable Energy Economy – C. Hebling and T. Smolinka (Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems) Iridium Nanoparticles Supported on Magneli Phase Ti4O7 for PEM Water Electrolyzers – T. Ioroi and K. Yasuda (AIST) Optimization of Annealing Catalyst Powder for High Temperature Pemwe – H. Li (Graduate school of Engineering, Kyushu University), H. Nakajima (Kyushu University), and K. Ito (Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kyushu University) Nanoporous IrO2 catalyst with Ultrahigh Specific Surface Area Synthesized through an Ammoniating Method for Acidic Oxygen Evolution – G. Li (Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry), S. Li (Jilin University), C. Liu, W. Xing, and J. Ge (Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Bifunctional Platinum-Cobal Oxide Catalysts for the Oxygen Reduction and Evolution Reactions – L. Wang and C. Wang (Johns Hopkins University) 09:40 Break 10:00 2423 (Invited) Conventional and Innovative Electrocatalysts for PEM Water Electrolysis – P. Millet (Paris-Sud University) 10:40 2424 The Effect of Alloying with Non-PGM Transition Metals on the Activity of Ir-Nstf Electrolyzer Catalysts – K. A. Lewinski, S. M. Luopa (3M Company), and D. F. van der Vliet (Independent) 11:00 2425 Influence of Crystallinity, Particle Size, and Microstructure on the Oxygen Evolution Activity of IrO2 – D. F. Abbott (Paul Scherrer Institut), D. Lebedev (ETH Zürich), K. Waltar, M. Povia, E. Fabbri (Paul Scherrer Institut), M. Nachtegaal (In situ X-Ray Spectroscopy, Paul Scherrer Institut), C. Coperet (ETH Zürich), and T. J. Schmidt (Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, ETH Zürich, Paul Scherrer Institut) 11:20 2426 Mercury Underpotential Deposition to Determine the Electrochemical Surface Areas of Iridium and Iridium Oxide – S. M. Alia, S. S. Kocha, and B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) 11:40 2427 Stability and Oer Activity of IrOx in PEM Water Electrolysis – P. J. Rheinländer (Technische Universität München), M. Bernt (Bayerisches Zentrum für angewandte Energieforschung, Technische Universität München), Y. Incedag, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technische Universität München) 12:00 2428 Iridium Oxide Nanoparticles Supported on Polybenzimidazole-Wrapped Multi-Wall Carbon Nanotube As Efficient and Durable Electrocatalysts for Proton Exchange Membrane Water Electrolyzers – T. Fujigaya (Kyushu University, Kyushu University, WPI-I2CNER), J. Yang (Kyushu University), K. Ito (Graduate school of Engineering, Kyushu University, Kyushu University, WPII2CNER), Y. Shi (Kyushu University), and N. Nakashima (Kyushu University, WPII2CNER) 315, Hawai’i Convention Center D-11 Pt-alloy Cathode Catalysts 2 – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Yung-Eun Sung and Christophe Coutanceau 08:00

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Design of Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Nanocatalysts to Enhance Catalytic Activity and Durability for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – N. Jung (Chungnam National University), S. J. Yoo (Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST)), S. S. Kim, and J. R. Jeong (Chungnam National University) (Invited) Durable Nanoparticle for Fuel Cell Electrocatalyst – Y. E. Sung (Seoul National University (SNU)) and D. Y. Chung (Seoul National University) Fine Tuning of the ORR PerformanceDurability for Pt-Based Electrocatalysts – P. P. Lopes, D. Li, H. Lv, D. Strmcnik, P. A. Paulikas, N. M. Markovic, and V. Stamenkovic (Argonne National Laboratory)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

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Mo-doped Shaped Nanoparticles based on PtNi-alloys – A Promising ORR catalyst? – S. Kühl, H. Heyen, and P. Strasser (Technical University Berlin) 09:40 Intermission 10:00 2443 Mimicking Active Pt3ni (111) Surface on Pt3ni Icosahedron for Oxygen Reduction – W. Xing (Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry), J. Zhu, M. Xiao (changchun institute of applied chemistry), S. Li (Jilin University), J. Ge, and C. Liu (Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry) 10:20 2444 Oxygen Reduction Reaction at Binary and Ternary Nanocatalysts Based on Pt, Ni and Au – S. Lankiang (Université de Poitiers, IC2MP, UMR CNRS 7285), J. Berndt (Université d’Orléans, GREMI, UMR CNRS- n°7344), S. Baranton (Université de Poitiers, IC2MP, UMR CNRS 7285), A. Caillard, P. Brault (Université d’Orléans, GREMI, UMR CNRS 7344), and C. Coutanceau (Université de Poitiers, IC2MP, UMR CNRS 7285) 10:40 2445 Highly Active and Durable Extended Surface Oxygen Reduction Electrocatalysts – S. M. Alia (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), C. Ngo, S. Shulda (Colorado School of Mines), K. Hurst, K. C. Neyerlin, S. S. Kocha (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), S. Pylypenko (Colorado School of Mines), and B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) 11:00 2446 Unsupported Pt-Ni Aerogels As O2-Reduction Catalysts for PEFCs – S. Henning, J. Herranz (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut), L. Kühn, W. Liu, A. Eychmüller (Chair of Physical Chemistry, TU Dresden), and T. J. Schmidt (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute, Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, ETH Zürich) 11:20 2447 Performance of Platinum-Nickel Nanowires in a PEMFC – S. A. Mauger, K. C. Neyerlin, S. M. Alia, K. Hurst (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), S. Shulda, C. Ngo (Colorado School of Mines), J. N. Weker (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, USA), S. Pylypenko (Colorado School of Mines), and B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) 11:40 2448 Up-Scaling the Pt Hollow Nanoparticle Materials: From the Laboratory Synthesis up to Large PEMFC Cell Integration – F. Micoud, M. Heitzmann, C. Nayoze-Coynel, T. Gutel (CEA, LITEN), R. Chattot, T. Asset, L. Dubau (Grenoble Alpes University ; CNRS ; LEPMI), L. Guetaz (CEA, LITEN), and F. Maillard (Grenoble Alpes University ; CNRS ; LEPMI) 12:00 2449 A Controllable Synthesis of Pt-Based Electrocatalyst for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction of PEMFC with High Pt Utilization – F. Zhu (Shanghai Jiao Tong University), L. Luo (Institute of Fuel Cells, Shanghai Jiao Tong University), S. Shen, G. Xia, and J. Zhang (Institute of Fuel Cells,Shanghai Jiao Tong University)

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Tuesday, October 4

314, Hawai’i Convention Center E-11 Alkaline & DFC Electrocatalysis 1 – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Yu Seung Kim and Kohei Miyazaki

316 B, Hawai’i Convention Center B-21 Fuel Cell Systems – 08:10 – 10:20 Co-Chairs: Karen Swider-Lyons and Michele Anderson

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(Invited) Effect of Cationic Group Chemisorption on Hydrogen Oxidation Reaction – Y. S. Kim, H. T. Chung (Los Alamos National Laboratory), and I. Matanovic (Center for Micro-Engineered Materials) 08:40 2430 Determining Kinetic Barriers to Alkaline Hydrogen Oxidation and Evolution Via Oxide Supports – M. H. M. Tang, J. D. Snyder, J. Gallup, and K. Vasudevan (Drexel University) 09:00 2431 Novel Electrocatalyst for Hydrogen Oxidation in Alkaline Media – A. Serov (Center for Micro-Engineered Materials), Y. S. Kim (Los Alamos National Laboratory), M. Odgaard (IRD Fuel Cells LLC), B. Halevi (Pajarito Powder, LLC), and P. Atanassov (Center for Micro-Engineered Materials) 09:20 2432 A Durable CO-Tolerant Polymer-Coated Electrocatalyst Supported on a Nanoporous Carbon – N. Nakashima (Dept Applied Chem. & WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University), Z. Yang (Kyushu University), and I. Moriguchi (Nagasaki University) 09:40 Intermission 10:00 2433 (Invited) Efficient Electrocatalysts for Alcohol Oxidation and Oxygen Reduction in Alkaline Solutions – K. Miyazaki, T. Fukutsuka, and T. Abe (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University) 10:40 2434 Mechanistic Insights into Electrochemical Oxidation of Small Alcohol Molecules – S. Dewan, D. Raciti, and C. Wang (Johns Hopkins University) 11:00 2435 Synthesis and Characterization of High Performance Pd-Metal Oxides (Fe3O4, Fe2O3 and CeO2 nanorods) for the Oxidation of Organic Molecules in Alkaline Media – J. E. Solis-Tobías, J. A. Díaz-Guillén (Instituto Tecnológico de Saltillo), P. C. MeléndezGonzález (Cinvestav Unidad Saltillo), N. M. Sanchez-Padilla (CIQA), R. Pérez-Hernández (ININ), I. L. Alonso-Lemus (Cinvestav Unidad Saltillo, Cátedra Conacyt), and F. J. Rodriguez-Varela (Cinvestav Unidad Saltillo) 11:20 2436 Experimental Elucidation of the Oxygen Reduction Volcano in Base on a Pt Alloy Single Crystal – K. D. Jensen (DTU physics), J. Tymoczko (Ruhr-Universität Bochum), A. S. Bandarenka (Technische Universität München), I. Chorkendorff, M. EscuderoEscribano, and I. E. L. Stephens (Technical University of Denmark) 11:40 2437 Highly Efficient Nitrogen and Sulfur CoDoped Three-Dimensional Graphene-Based Nanocatalysts for the ORR – J. Wang, M. Wu, Z. Wu (Huazhong University of Science and Technology), H. L. Xin (CFN, Brookhaven National Laboratory), and D. Wang (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) 12:00 2438 Spectrometric Quantification of the Rate of Carbon Corrosion on Oxygen Evolving Electrodes in Alkaline Media – J. Uddin, H. Tan, V. Giordani, G. V. Chase, and D. Addison (Liox Power, Inc.)

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Development of Low Cost High-Temperature Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell MembraneElectrode-Assemblies for Combined Heat and Power Plants in Single Family Homes – A. Schenk, S. Gamper, C. Grimmer, B. E. Pichler, M. Bodner, S. Weinberger, and V. Hacker (Graz University of Technology) 08:30 2451 Effect of flow-field structure on the performance of hydrogen/bromine redox flow batteries – K. Oh and H. Ju (Inha University) 08:50 2452 Effect of Operation Strategies on Phosphoric Acid Loss in HT-PEM Fuel Cells – M. Rastedt (NEXT ENERGY • EWE Research Centre for Energy Technology), F. J. Pinar (NEXT ENERGY), N. Pilinski (NEXT ENERGY • EWE Research Centre for Energy Technology), A. Dyck, and P. Wagner (NEXT ENERGY) 09:10 2453 Enduring Anion-Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – S. Holdcroft, B. Britton, A. G. Wright, and T. Weissbach (Simon Fraser University) 09:30 Break 10:00 2454 Combined Modeling and Experimental Analysis of Direct Methanol Microscale Fuel Cells – A. S. Hollinger, D. G. Doleiden, N. O. Argun, and K. L. Miller (Penn State Behrend) 316 A, Hawai’i Convention Center A-11 Cell Performance – 08:40 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Mike L. Perry and Adam Z. Weber 08:40

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(Invited) Modelling and Experimental Results for the Hydrogen Oxidation/Hydrogen Evolution Reactions: New Insights into the Performance of Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers – A. R. J. Kucernak, K. F. Fahy, and C. Zalitis (Imperial College London) 09:20 2456 Shorting in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells: Aspects of Material Testing and Operating Conditions – Y. H. Lai (General Motors) 09:40 Intermission 10:00 2457 Investigations of Performance and Durability of PtNi-Alloy Based MEAs Utilizing In-Cell Diagnostics – Z. Yang, R. M. Darling, and M. L. Perry (United Technologies Research Center) 10:20 2458 Investigating the Equilibration Time of Catalyst Coated Membranes Using AC and DC Methods – P. J. Côté, D. Malevich (Queen’s University), C. R. Cloutier (Mercedes-Benz Canada Inc., Fuel Cell Division), and J. G. Pharoah (Queen’s University) 10:40 2459 Differential Cell Study on Impact of in-plane O2 Diffusivity Under Land on O2 Transport Loss – S. Kumaraguru, S. Arisetty, and W. Gu (General Motors, Fuel Cell Activities) 11:00 2460 Development of Measurement Method and Simulation of Water Content Distribution of CCM of Fuel Cell – K. Nagumo (Honda R&D Co.) and H. Chiba (Honda R&D Co.,Ltd. Automobile R&D Center) 11:20 2461 Effect of Properties of Hydrophilic Microporous Layer (MPL) on PEFC Performance – T. Tanuma and M. Kawamoto (Asahi Glass Co., Ltd.)

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Indirect and Direct Observation of Ionomer Colloidal Systems with Applications to Fuel-Cell Catalyst Layers – K. B. Hatzell, A. Kusoglu, P. Dudenas (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), N. Kariuki, D. J. Myers (Argonne National Laboratory), and A. Z. Weber (JCAP/ESDRD - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

316 B, Hawai’i Convention Center B-21 Fuel Cells in the Air and Undersea – 10:20 – 11:20 Co-Chairs: Peter Jaime Bouwman and Robert W. Atkinson III 10:20

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Air Breathing PEM Fuel Cells in Aviation – S. Flade, T. Stephan, O. Thalau, T. Burberg, J. Schirmer (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt), and J. Kallo (Dept. of Energy Conversion & Storage, Ulm Univ) Hydrogen Fuel Cells for Unmanned Undersea Vehicles – K. Swider-Lyons (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory) and D. Deitz (Office of Naval Research) Development Study of an Air Independent Fuel Cell System for an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) – M. Hitscherich, C. Cremers (Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology ICT), D. Stolten (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH), K. Pinkwart, and J. Tübke (Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology ICT)

B-21 Fuel Cell Contamination – 11:20 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Peter Jaime Bouwman and Robert W. Atkinson III 11:20

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Effect of Sulfate Contaminant on ORR Activity and PEMFC Performanc – H. N. Dinh, G. Bender, J. M. Christ, J. W. Zack (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), L. McGovern, J. Przywara, and C. Carey (University of South Carolina) The Impact of Fuel Impurities on Pemfcs Using a Hydrogen Fuel Re-Circulation System – T. Rockward (Los Alamos national Laboratory), J. Valdez (UNM-LA), and R. Mukundan (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

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(Invited) Development of a Hydrogen Energy System as a Grid Frequency Management Tool – M. Ewan, R. Rocheleau (Hawaii Natural Energy Institute, University of Hawaii), K. Swider-Lyons (US Naval Research Laboratory), P. Devlin (US Department of Energy), M. B. V. Virji (Hydrogen and Renewable Energy System Analysis), and G. Randolf (GRandalytics) (Invited) Advances in Electrochemical Hydrogen Compression and Purification – P. J. Bouwman (Hydrogen Efficiency Technologies (HyET) B.V.) On-Board Hydrogen Powered Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – L. Semiz, N. Abdullayeva (Tobb University of Economics and Technology), M. Sankir, and N. Demirci Sankir (TOBB University of Economics and Technology) (Invited) Core-Shell Hydride Nanoarchitectures for Reversible Hydrogen Storage – F. Aguey-Zinsou (The University of New South Wales)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

Evaluation of Acid Accelerators for an OffGrid PEM Fuel Cell Power Station Utilizing Solid Sodium Borohydride for Hydrogen Storage – L. Hsu, M. Huang, G. Anderson, A. Rubio, M. Kerber, M. Putnam, and A. Phipps (SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific)

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Synthesis and Evaluation of Core-Shell Electrocatalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – S. Zhu, J. Yue, X. Qin, and M. Shao (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) Development of Highly Active and Durable Pt-Pd System Catalysts for PEFCs – H. Daimon, S. Higuchi, Y. Matsui, H. Kawasaki, Y. Noguchi (Doshisha University), N. Aoki, H. Inoue (Ishifuku Metal Industry), T. Doi, and M. Inaba (Doshisha University) Surface Structures and Electrochemical Stabilities for Pt/Pd(111) Model Electrocatalysts – N. Todoroki, Y. Bando, Y. Tani, S. Kaneko, H. Watanabe, and T. Wadayama (Tohoku University) (Invited) A General Strategy to Synthesize High-Performance Open Nanoframe Structured Catalysts – P. K. Shen (Guangxi University) Iridium-Platinum Core-Shell Nanoparticles As Catalysts for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction – A. L. Strickler (Stanford Univeristy), A. Jackson (Stanford University), and T. F. Jaramillo (SUNCAT, SLAC Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis) Intermission Investigation of the Performance of PtCo/C Cathode Catalyst Layers for ORR Activity and Rated Power for Automotive Pemfcs – K. C. Neyerlin, J. W. Zack (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), N. Macauley, R. Mukundan, R. L. Borup (Los Alamos National Laboratory), K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and S. S. Kocha (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) Impact of Catalyst Ink Stirring Condition on Oxygen Transport within PEFC – T. Sasabe, T. C. Jao, S. Uemura, T. Yoshida, and S. Hirai (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Performance of Stratified Fuel Cell Catalyst Layer – N. Macauley, R. L. Borup, R. Mukundan, M. S. Wilson, D. Spernjak (Los Alamos National Laboratory), K. C. Neyerlin, S. S. Kocha (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), and S. Grot (Ion Power) Electrochemical Characterization of FreeStanding Platinum Nanoelectrode Array Using Atomic Layer Deposition for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – D. C. Sabarirajan, J. Vlahakis, R. D. White, and I. V. Zenyuk (Tufts University) New Insights from Electrochemical Diagnostics Pertaining to the High Current Density Performance of Pt-Based Catalysts – K. C. Neyerlin, J. M. Christ, J. W. Zack (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), W. Gu, S. Kumaraguru, A. Kongkanand (General Motors, Fuel Cell Activities), and S. S. Kocha (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) 143

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314, Hawai’i Convention Center E-12 Alkaline & DFC Electrocatalysis 2 – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Pawel J. Kulesza and Svitlana Pylypenko

316 A, Hawai’i Convention Center A-12 Imaging – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Aimy Bazylak and Daniel S. Hussey

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Carbon-Supported Gold and Silver Nanoparticles As Catalysts for Electroreduction of Oxygen in Alkaline Media – P. J. Kulesza, S. Zoladek (University of Warsaw), B. Dembinska (Department of Chemistry, University of Warsaw), K. Miecznikowski, and I. A. Rutkowska (University of Warsaw) Investigating Catalyst-Electrolyte Interface By Microelectrode, Infrared Reflection Adsorption Spectroscopy and Neutron Reflectometry – J. H. Dumont (Los Alamos national Laboratory), R. Hjelm, E. Watkins, H. T. Chung, U. Martinez (Los Alamos National Laboratory), P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico), and Y. S. Kim (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Optimization of Perovskite Oxide/Carbon Composites for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Alkaline Media – M. J. Dzara, P. Joghee (Colorado School of Mines), J. M. Christ (National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Colorado School of Mines), C. Ngo, C. A. Cadigan, T. Batson, R. M. Richards (Colorado School of Mines), R. O’Hayre (Metallurg. & Mtls Dept., Colorado School Of Mines), and S. Pylypenko (Colorado School of Mines) Oxygen Reduction Reaction of Tetraaza[14] Annulene Iron Complexes – M. Asahi, S. I. Yamazaki (Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), and T. Ioroi (AIST) Effect of Silver Modification on Glycerol Oxidation Reaction Activity of Palladium Electrode in Alkaline Medium – H. Inoue, Y. Teraoka, M. Chiku, and E. Higuchi (Osaka Prefecture University) Intermission Highly Active Nanocatalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – J. S. Hu (Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences), Z. Wei (Chongqing University), and L. J. Wan (Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences) Carbon Supported Pt Nanocatalysts Decorated with Titanium Oxide By Coaxial Pulse Arc Plasma Deposition – S. Tominaka, B. Jiang, C. Li, V. Malgras (National Institute for Materials Science), Y. Agawa, H. Tanaka (ADVANCERIKO, Inc.), Y. Ide, and Y. Yamuchi (National Institute for Materials Science) Hydrothermal Synthesis of Co-N-C Nanocomposites As High Performance Electrocatalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – B. Nan, Z. Lu, F. Lyu, Y. Shi, H. Shi, and S. Yu (South University of Science and Technology of China) Developing Cobalt Doped Pr0.5Ba0.5MnO3-d Electrospun Nanofiber Bifunctional Catalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction and Oxygen Evolution Reaction – Y. Zhang, Y. F. Sun, and J. L. Luo (University of Alberta) Manganese Oxide/Poly(3,4ethylenedioxythiophene) Hybrid Electrocatalysts for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Alkaline Fuel Cells – T. N. Lambert and J. A. Vigil (Sandia National Laboratories)

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(Invited) Imaging Fuel Cell Components: From Flow Field Channels to Catalyst Layers – D. Spernjak, R. L. Borup (Los Alamos National Laboratory), D. S. Hussey (NIST), P. Zelenay, and R. Mukundan (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Characterization of Water Cluster Connectivity and Fluid Transport in PEFC Gas Diffusion Layers – J. Eller and F. N. Büchi (Paul Scherrer Institut) Neutron Imaging Detector With Scintillation Light Magnification And Amplification – D. S. Hussey, J. M. LaManna, D. L. Jacobson, and E. Baltic (NIST) Determining the Impact of Dynamic Load Conditions on Interfacial Liquid Water Accumulation in Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell Gas Diffusion Layers Using Synchrotron X-Ray Radiography – R. Banerjee, N. Ge, J. Lee, H. Liu, M. G. George, D. Muirhead, P. Shrestha, S. Chevalier, J. Hinebaugh, and A. Bazylak (University of Toronto) Imaging Phosphoric Acid in HT-PEFC – F. N. Büchi, S. H. Eberhardt, J. Halter (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut), and T. J. Schmidt (Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, ETH Zürich, Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute) Intermission Combined Neutron and x-Ray Imaging Techniques for Enhanced Water Management Diagnostics – J. M. LaManna, D. S. Hussey, E. Baltic, and D. L. Jacobson (NIST) Roles of Photon Scattering in Synchrotron X-ray Radiography of In Operando Visualizations of the Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell – N. Ge, S. Chevalier, J. Hinebaugh, M. G. George, J. Lee, R. Banerjee, H. Liu, D. Muirhead, P. Shrestha, and A. Bazylak (University of Toronto) MRI Investigation of Local Diffusion Phenomena in PEFC Catalyst Ink – Y. Kameya, N. Iriguchi, S. Uemura, T. Sasabe, T. Yoshida, and S. Hirai (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Nanoscale Imaging of Voltage Cycled Cathode Catalyst Layers in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – S. V. Venkatesan and E. Kjeang (Simon Fraser University) Transmission X-Ray Microscopy 3-D Characterization of Pt-Ni Extended Surface Catalyst Electrodes – S. M. Shulda (Colorado School of Mines), J. N. Weker (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, USA), C. Ngo (Colorado School of Mines), S. A. Mauger, S. M. Alia, K. C. Neyerlin, B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), and S. Pylypenko (Colorado School of Mines)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Fe-Ni Core-Shell Hydroxide Nanoparticles As an Active Oxygen Evolution Reaction (OER) Catalyst – L. F. Greenlee (University of Arkansas) and S. L. Candelaria (National Institute of Standards & Technology) 14:20 2504 Cobalt Alloyed Catalyst Combined with Carbide and Carbon As Efficient Oxygen Evolution Reaction Catalysts for Alkaline Water Electrolysis – M. Kim, D. Song, S. Oh, and E. Cho (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) 14:40 2505 Investigation of Pt/C Catalysts Using Identical Location Transmission Electron Microscopy Under PEM Electrolysis Conditions – P. Paciok, M. Carmo (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH), W. Lüke (Forschungszentrum Jülich, IEK-3), M. Heggen, and D. Stolten (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH) 15:00 2506 Gold-Supported Cerium-Doped NiOx Catalysts for Water Oxidation – D. Ng (Stanford University), M. García-Melchor (SUNCAT), M. Bajdich (Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis), P. Chakthranont (Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering), C. S. Kirk (Stanford University), A. Vojvodic (SUNCAT), and T. F. Jaramillo (SUNCAT, SLAC Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis) 15:20 2507 Electron-Conducting Perovskites As Oer Electrocatalysts in Alkaline Medium – A. Jain and V. K. Ramani (Illinois Institute of Technology) 15:40 2508 Mixed Oxide Electrocatalysts in Acidic Water Electrolysis: Activity and Stability Challenges – O. Kasian (Ukrainian State University of Chemical Technology, Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH), S. Geiger (MaxPlanck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH), A. Savan, A. Ludwig (Ruhr-Universität Bochum), S. Cherevko, and K. J. J. Mayrhofer (Helmholtz-Institut Erlangen-Nürnberg) 16:00 Break 16:20 2509 Gas Crossover Suppression By Controlling Wettability of Cathode Current Collector – K. Ito (Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kyushu University), T. Sakaguchi, Y. Tsuchiya, A. Inada, H. Nakajima, and R. Saito (Kyushu University) 16:40 2512 Iron-Based Spinel Oxide Nanoparticles for Electrocatalysis of Oxygen Evolution Reaction – W. Liu, S. Fan, J. Li, and L. Gan (Graduate School at Shenzhen, Tsinghua University) 17:00 2511 Improvement of Current Efficiency of a Membrane Electrolyzer for Electrohydrogenation of Toluene As Hydrogen Carrier Synthesis – S. Mitsushima (Institute of Advanced Sciences, Yokohama Nat. Univ., Green Hydrogen Research Center, Yokohama Nat. Univ.), K. Nagasawa, Y. Sawaguchi, K. Matsuzawa (Green Hydrogen Research Center, Yokohama Nat. Univ.), A. Kato, and Y. Nishiki (De Nora Permelec Ltd.) 17:20 2510 Simplified microwave assisted solvothermal one pot synthesis of highly active Nickel-Iron layered double hydroxide as oxygen evolution reaction catalyst – S. Dresp and P. Strasser (Technische Universität Berlin)

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Flexible Paper Based N-, P- Doped 3-D Graphene Framework Hosting Metal Oxides for Efficient Oxygen Evolution Reactions – L. Xin, N. Aliahmad, J. Xie, and M. Agarwal (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis)

Solid State Ionic Devices 11

High Temperature Materials / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Sensor / ECSJ Solid-State Chemistry / The Korean Electrochemical Society (KECS) 301 B, Hawai’i Convention Center

SOFC Cathodes – 08:00 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Srikanth Gopalan and Maria Medeiros 08:00

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Fabrication and Characterization of StrontiumDoped Lanthanum Manganite Cathode Supports for Micro-Tubular Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – D. Panthi, B. Choi, and A. Tsutsumi (The University of Tokyo) Phase Stability and Electrochemical Characterization of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Cathodes Containing K2NiF4 – D. Cetin (Boston University), S. Poizeau (Saint Gobain), and S. Gopalan (Boston University) Effects of Electrolytes on Electrochemical Properties of Cathode Material LaNi0.6Fe0.4O3-d based Fuel Cells – P. Yang, J. Sui (Qingdao University of Science and Technology), and L. Dong (Hamline University, Qingdao University of Science and Technology) Surface Segregation in Strontium Doped Lanthanum Cobalt Ferrite: Effect of Composition and Strain – Y. Yu, K. F. Ludwig, S. Gopalan, U. B. Pal (Boston University), J. C. Woicik (National Institute of Standards and Technology), T. C. Kaspar (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), and S. N. Basu (Boston University) Phase Evolution in (Pr1-xNdx)2NiO4+d Cathodes for Intermediate Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Applications – E. Dogdibegovic, C. J. Wright, and X. D. Zhou (University of South Carolina) Break Developing Cost-Effective Dense Continuous SDC Barrier Layers for SOFCs – J. S. Hardy, C. A. Coyle, H. V. P. Nguyen (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), Z. Lu (Praxair Inc), and J. W. Stevenson (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) Surface Modification of Ba0.5Sr0.5Co0.8Fe0.2O3-d By Using Atomic Layer Deposition – Y. Hayamizu, I. Oikawa, and H. Takamura (Tohoku University) Fundamental Understanding of ElectroChemo-Mechanical Properties of Layered Rare Earth Cuprate-Based Systems – C. S. Kim and H. L. Tuller (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Electro-Chemo-Mechanical Studies of Perovskite-Structured Mixed Ionic-Electronic Conducting SrSn1-XFexO3-x/2+d – C. S. Kim, S. R. Bishop (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), N. H. Perry (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University), and H. L. Tuller (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

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316 C, Hawai’i Convention Center F-22 Oxygen Evolution Reaction – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Nemanja Danilovic and Yong-tae Kim


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Chromium Impurity Effects on SOFC Cathodes Using Half-Cell Measurements – Y. Gong, Y. Zhu, R. Wang, Z. Sun, U. B. Pal, S. N. Basu, and S. Gopalan (Boston University) Investigation of Cr-Poisoning in SOFC Cathode By Using the Patterned Thin Film Electrode – Y. Shindo, Y. Fujimaki (Tohoku University, Japan), T. Nakamura (Tohoku University), K. Yashiro, F. Iguchi, H. Yugami, T. Kawada (Tohoku University, Japan), and K. Amezawa (Tohoku University) Effect of Chromium Poisoning on Performance of Sr-Doped LaMnO3 (LSM)Based Cathode in Anode-Supported Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – R. Wang (Boston University), M. Würth (Technische Universität München), U. B. Pal, S. Gopalan, and S. N. Basu (Boston University) Chromium Resistive BaCeO3 Infiltrated La0.6Sr0.4Co0.2Fe0.8O3 Cathode of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – K. Chen (Curtin University), M. Li (Huazhong University of Science and Technology), N. Ai, and S. P. Jiang (Curtin University)

High Temperature Materials Division Outstanding Achievement Award Address – 14:00 – 14:40 Co-Chair: Eric D. Wachsman 14:00

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SOFC Anodes – 14:40 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Michele Anderson and Eric D. Wachsman 14:40

Origin of Electrochemical Capacitance of Ni/ YSZ Anode and Its Application to Evaluation of Active Reaction Site – K. Yashiro (Tohoku University, Japan), M. Takeda, S. I. Hashimoto (Tohoku University), and T. Kawada (Tohoku University, Japan) 15:00 2884 SrVO3-Based Fuel Electrode Material for Solid-Electrolyte Cells: Stability, Electrical Properties and Thermochemical Expansion – A. Yaremchenko, J. Macias, and J. Frade (CICECO/DEMAC, University of Aveiro) 15:20 2885 Degradation of SOFCs By Phosphorus Impuriteis: Impedance Spectroscopy and Microstructural Analysis – Y. Kikuchi, K. Sunada (Kyushu University Department of Hydrogen Energy Systems), J. Matsuda (Kyushu University), S. Taniguchi (NEXTFC), Y. Shiratori (International Research Center for Hydrogen Energy), and K. Sasaki (Kyushu University, Department of Hydrogen Energy Systems) 15:40 Break 16:00 2886 Alternative SOFC Anode Materials with Ion- and Electron-Conducting Backbones for Higher Fuel Utilization – S. Futamura, X. Shen (Kyushu University, Department of Hydrogen Energy Systems), Y. Tachikawa (Center for Co-Evolutional Social Systems), Y. Shiratori (Department of Hydrogen Energy Systems, Kyushu University, International Research Center for Hydrogen Energy), S. Taniguchi (NEXT-FC, WPI-I2CNER), and K. Sasaki (International Research Center for Hydrogen Energy, Kyushu University, Department of Hydrogen Energy Systems) 146

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Temperature Dependence of Carbon Deposition in Ni-YSZ Cermet with Various Steam/Carbon Ratio – Y. Shinomiya, N. Ohmura, T. Nakamura (Tohoku University), K. Matsuoka, T. Kudo (JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation), K. Yashiro, T. Kawada (Tohoku University, Japan), and K. Amezawa (Tohoku University) Influence of a Ni Metal Phase and Geometrical Structures of YSZ in Ni-YSZ SOFC Anode to Its Mechanical Properties – F. Iguchi, H. Yugami (Tohoku University, Japan), M. Shimizu, Y. Akaza, S. Akrasevee, and Y. Miyoshi (Tohoku University) Stability and Performance Investigation of Co-Sputtered Ni Cermet Thin Films at Reduced Temperature – Y. Lee, W. Yu, Y. H. Lee, Y. Kim, and S. W. Cha (Seoul National University) New Material Design of Electron-Proton Mixed Conductor Ru-Doped BaCe0.90Y0.10O3-d Thin Film As Fuel Cell Anode Electrode – M. Ochi (Tokyo University of Science), T. Tsuchiya (NIMS), and T. Higuchi (Tokyo University of Science) Hodrogen Oxidation Reaction Mechanisms in Mixed Ionic and Electronic Conducting Oxide Anode for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – W. Li and X. Liu (West Virginia University)

Electrosynthesis of Fuels 4

High Temperature Materials / Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry 301 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

CO2 to Fuels: Anion Membrane and Electrolyte – 08:00 – 10:20 Co-Chairs: John Flake, William E. Mustain and Xiao-Dong Zhou 08:00

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(Invited) CO2 Electrolysis for Syngas Production – R. I. Masel, Z. Liu, R. Kutz, S. Sajjad, and H. Yang (Dioxide Materials) (Invited) Improvements in the Anion Exchange Membrane Transport of Carbonate and Bicarbonate for Low-Temperature CO2 Capture and Energy Conversion – T. J. Omasta, X. Peng (University of Connecticut), J. Varcoe (University of Surrey), and W. E. Mustain (University of Connecticut) Electroreduction of CO2 to CO: Analyzing the Effect of Electrolytes on Ag, Au Electrodes and Defining Technoeconomic Benchmarks – S. Verma, X. Lu (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Y. Hamasaki, C. Kim (Kyushu University, Japan), M. Jhong, B. Kim, S. Ma (University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign), T. Fujigaya, N. Nakashima (Kyushu University, Japan), and P. J. A. Kenis (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) Predictive Control of Catalyst Selectivity in the Electroreduction of Carbon Dioxide – J. Billy and A. Co (The Ohio State University) Influence of Anion-Exchange Ionomers on Electrocatalysts for Carbon Dioxide Reduction – K. Manthiram, A. Q. Fenwick, J. P. Edwards, and R. H. Grubbs (California Institute of Technology) Coffee Break

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Tuning the Selectivity of CO2 Electrochemical Reduction Toward Hydrocarbon with Ligand Modified Metal Electrocatalyst – Y. Fang, X. Cheng, Y. Xu, and J. Flake (Louisiana State University) 3023 An Investigation into the Electrocatalytic Activity of Nitrogen Doped Metalated Carbons – S. W. Donne and L. Kwong (University of Newcastle) 3024 Metal-Free Heterogeneous Nanoporous Carbon for CO2 electrochemical Reduction to CO and CH4 in Aqueous Solution – W. Li (Dept. of Chem. and Biochem, The City College of New York, Ph.D. Program in Chemistry, The Graduate Center of the CUNY), B. Herkt (Program in Laboratory Tech, Erhvervsakademi Aarhus), M. Seredych (Dept. of Chem and Biochem, The City College of New York), and T. J. Bandosz (Dept.of Chem and Biochem, The City College of New York, Ph.D. Program in Chemistry, The Graduate Center of the CUNY) 3025 Carbon Nanostructures for the Electrochemical Conversion of CO2 to Fuels: Defect & Electrocatalytic Activity – J. Wu (MSNE, Rice University, Houston), R. M. Yadav, M. Liu (Rice University), P. P. Sharma, P. P. Sharma, C. J. Wright (University of South Carolina), C. Tiwary, B. I. Yakobson (Rice University), J. Lou (MSNE, Rice University, Houston, TX), P. M. Ajayan (Rice University), and X. D. Zhou (University of South Carolina) 3026 Tungsten Carbide As a Catalyst for CO2 Electrochemical Reduction – S. Liu and J. L. Luo (University of Alberta) 3027 CO2 Electro-Reduction on Bio-Inspired Iron Sulfide Under Mild Conditions – A. Roldan and N. de Leeuw (Cardiff University)

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Influence of Alloying on CO2 Electroreduction on Ag-Zn System – T. Hatsukade, K. P. Kuhl, E. R. Cave, D. N. Abram, J. T. Feaster, C. Hahn, A. L. Jongerius (Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering), and T. F. Jaramillo (SUNCAT, SLAC Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis, Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering) Understanding Selectivity of Carbon Dioxide Reduction to Carbon Monoxide and Formic Acid on Sn Electrodes – J. T. Feaster (Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering), C. Shi, E. Cave (Stanford University), T. Hatsukade, D. N. Abram, C. Hahn (Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering), K. Kuhl (Stanford University), J. Nørskov (SUNCAT Center for Interface Science and Catalysis), and T. F. Jaramillo (SUNCAT, SLAC Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

Co-Electrolysis Cell Configurations for CO2 Electrochemical Reduction Using Gold Electrodes – A. Patru (Paul Scherrer Institut), J. Durst, J. Herranz, A. A. Permyakova (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut), and T. J. Schmidt (Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, ETH Zürich) Carbon Monoxide-Tolerant Palladium-Based Electrocatalyst for Carbon Dioxide Reduction – T. Takashima, T. Suzuki, and H. Irie (University of Yamanashi) Break

Quantifying Potential Contributions in the Hybrid Sulfur Electrolyzer at Elevated Temperatures and Pressures – T. R. Garrick, C. H. Wilkins (University of South Carolina), A. Gulledge (INVISTA), B. C. Benicewicz, and J. W. Weidner (University of South Carolina) Modeling of a Bayonet Reactor for Sulfurinc Acid Decomposition in ThermoElectrochemical Hydrogen Production Processes – C. Corgnale (Savannah River National Laboratory), S. Shimpalee (University of South Carolina), M. Gorensek (Savannah River National Laboratory), J. W. Weidner (University of South Carolina), and W. Summers (Savannah River National Laboratory) Utilization of Solar Fuels By Implementation of Nife-LDH and Fe-N-C As Bifunctional Catalyst for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction and the Oxygen Evolution Reaction – S. Dresp, F. Luo, R. Schmack (Technische Universität Berlin), S. Kühl, M. Gliech, and P. Strasser (Technical University Berlin) Direct Charge and Discharge Using the Glycolic Acid/Oxalic Acid Redox Couple for the Carbon-Neutral Energy Circulation – M. Yamauchi, S. Hata, S. Kitano, M. Sadakiyo (I2CNER, Kyushu University), and T. Takeguchi (Faculty of Science and Engineering, Iwate University) Activity and Selectivity of Ni-Fe Layered Double Hydroxide Electrocatalyst for Seawater Electrolysis – F. Dionigi, T. Reier, M. Gliech, S. Kühl, and P. Strasser (Technical University Berlin) Key Parameters for the Design of Composites Electrodes for Water Splitting in Alkaline Medium – P. Arcidiacono and F. Favier (Institut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier) Durability and Activity of (Li)NiO/Ni Anode Prepared with Thermal Decomposition for Alkaline Water Electrolysis – S. Fujita, K. Matsuzawa (Green Hydrogen Research Center, Yokohama Nat. Univ.), I. Nagashima (Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.), Y. Sunada (thyssenkrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers(Japan) Ltd.), A. Manabe, Y. Nishiki (De Nora Permelec Ltd.), and S. Mitsushima (Green Hydrogen Research Center, Yokohama Nat. Univ., Institute of Advanced Sciences, Yokohama Nat. Univ.)

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CO2 to Fuels: Non-metallic Electrocatalysts – 10:20 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: William E. Mustain and John Flake


Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center I03 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Electrochemical Methane Reforming Using SrZr0.5Ce0.4Y0.1O3-d proton-Conductor Cell – S. Maeda (Kyushu university), D. Kurashina (Honda R&D Co., Ltd. Automobile R&D Center), K. Leonard, Y. S. Lee (WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University), and H. Matsumoto (NEXT-FC, Kyushu University, WPII2CNER, Kyushu University) Performance Enhancement of La0.3Sr0.7Fe0.7Cr0.3O3 (LSFCr) Electrodes in CO2/CO Atmosphere – P. Addo, S. Mulmi, B. Molero-Sánchez, P. Keyvanfar, V. Thangadurai, and V. Birss (University of Calgary) Microwave Synthesis and Sintering Methods for Reversible Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Fabrication – B. Molero-Sánchez, P. Addo (University of Calgary), E. Morán (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), and V. Birss (University of Calgary) X-Ray Diffraction and in-Situ Synchrotron Studies on Phase Evolution in Pr2NiO4: Understanding the Local Structure Changes – E. Dogdibegovic, C. J. Wright, and X. D. Zhou (University of South Carolina) Relating Microstructure to Surface Exchange Kinetics Using in Situ Optical Absorption Relaxation – T. Chen (WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University), K. Sasaki (Kyushu University), and N. H. Perry (WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University) Fabrication and Evaluation of Silver-Indium Catalysts for Electrochemical CO2 Reduction to CO – H. Park, J. Choi, H. Kim (ChungAng University), E. Hwang (Chung-Ang Uniiversity), D. H. Ha, T. Paik, S. H. Ahn, and S. K. Kim (Chung-Ang University) Electrochemically Fabricated Binary Alloy Catalysts for CO2-C1 Fuel Inter-Conversion – E. Hwang (Chung-Ang Uniiversity), H. Kim, H. Park, S. H. Ahn, and S. K. Kim (ChungAng University) Electrochemical Membrane Reactor for Hydrogen & Syn Gas Fabrication – S. P. Yoon (Korea institute of science and technology), J. Han, S. W. Nam, and H. C. Ham (Fuel Cell Research Center, KIST) Pomegranate-Inspired Design of Highly Active and Durable Bifunctional Electrocatalysts for Rechargeable Metal-Air Batteries – G. Li, X. Wang, and Z. Chen (University of Waterloo) in-Situ Formed Ce0.8Gd0.2O1.9 Barrier Layer on Yttria Stabilized Zirconia Back-Bone for Infiltrated Oxygen Electrodes – S. Ovtar, M. Chen (Technical University of Denmark), A. Hauch (DTU Energy Conversion, Technical University of Denmark), and W. R. Kiebach (Technical University of Denmark)

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Self-Supported Nickel Phosphide Nanoparticles with High Activity for Hyderogen Evolution Reacition – I. Jang (Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST), Seoul national university), H. S. Park (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), J. Y. Kim (Green School, Korea University), J. H. Jang (Fuel Cell Research Center, KIST), H. J. Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST)), Y. E. Sung (Seoul National University (SNU)), and S. J. Yoo (Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST)) A Novel Two-Step Water-Splitting Electrochemical Cycle for Hydrogen Production – B. Choi, D. Panthi (The University of Tokyo), M. Nakoji, K. Tsutsumi (Exergy Power Systems, Inc.), and A. Tsutsumi (The University of Tokyo) Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide on the Exfoliated Single-Crystal Copper Membranes – N. Yoshihara and M. Noda (Department of Chemical Engineering, Fukuoka University) Reaction Analysis of Electrochemical Synthesis of Ammonia with Proton Conducting BaCe0.9Y0.1O3 Solid Electrolyte – F. Kosaka, T. Nakamura, and J. Otomo (The University of Tokyo)

Luminescence and Display Materials: Fundamentals and Applications Luminescence and Display Materials 318 B, Hawai’i Convention Center

Luminescence and Display Materials Division Centennial Outstanding Achievement Award Address – 08:00 – 09:05 Co-Chair: Madis Raukas 08:00 08:05 3122

Welcoming Remarks (Luminescence and Display Materials Division Centennial Outstanding Achievement Award) An Investigation of New Sources of Visible Light – B. Di Bartolo (Department of Physics, Boston College)

Applications of Luminescent Materials 1 – 09:05 – 11:45 Co-Chairs: Mikhail G. Brik, Thomas Juestel and Kenji Toda 09:05

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(Invited) Exploiting Luminescence for Measurements of Temperature – M. Dramicanin (University of Belgrade, Vinca Institute) Direct visualization of stress distribution related to adhesive through mechanoluminescence – N. Terasaki, Y. Fujio, Y. Sakata, M. Uehara, and T. Tabaru (AIST) Break (Invited) Luminescent Metamaterials for Solid State Lighting – J. Gomez Rivas (DIFFER, Eindhoven University of Technology) and M. Ramezani (DIFFER) Filter of SSI-LED Light Using Thin Films – Y. Kuo and S. Zhang (Texas A&M University) (Invited) Considerations of LED Efficiency for the Development of Phosphors for Solid State Lighting – A. Piquette, K. C. Mishra (OSRAM SYLVANIA), W. Bergbauer, and B. Galler (OSRAM Opto Semiconductors)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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(Invited) Impact of LED Implementation on Rare-Earth Usage in Lighting – A. Ku and A. A. Setlur (GE Global Research) Self-Supporting Gel Electrolyte Material for Electrochemiluminescent Sticker Display – K. Hong (Korea Institute of Materials Science) Using Luminescent Materials As the Active Component for Multipurpose Sensors – W. A. Hollerman (University of Louisiana at Lafayette), R. Fontenot (Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock), A. B. DeVera (Louisiana Accelerator Center, U. of Louisiana-Lafayette), and S. Williams (Physics Department, Auburn University) Laser Cooling of CdSe/ZnS Quantum Dots – R. Fontenot, V. Mathur, J. Barkyoumb (Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock), C. Mungan (U.S. Naval Academy), and T. Tran (Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock) Break

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(Invited) Advanced Transparent Conductive Top Electrode for Transparent and TopEmitting Organic Light-Emitting Diodes – J. I. Lee, H. Lee, J. T. Lim (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute), S. Park (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute), W. Y. Jin (Chonbuk National University), B. H. Kwon, C. Byun, N. S. Cho (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute), J. W. Kang (Chonbuk National University), and S. Yoo (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) (Invited) Luminescence Spectroscopy of Metal-Halide Perovskites: A SolutionProcessed High-Efficiency Photonic Material – Y. Kanemitsu (Kyoto University) Strong Photoluminescence and Thermal Stability of Eu(III) Coordination Polymers with Thiophene-Based Bridge – Y. Hirai, T. Nakanishi, Y. Kitagawa, K. Fushimi, and Y. Hasegawa (Hokkaido University) (Invited) Foldable Circuits and Organic Electronic Devices Based on SolutionProcessed Graphene Composites and Inkjet Printing – B. D. Chin and S. M. Jo (Dankook University)

Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center J01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Jun Lin, Kee-Sun Sohn and Madis Raukas •

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UV-Blue Emitting SiO2 Sintered Glass for Radiation Dosimetry – G. Okada, N. Kawaguchi, and T. Yanagida (NAIST) Both Directional Organic Light-Emitting Diodes Using Thin Film Electrodes – J. L. Lee and I. Lee (POSTECH) Low Temperature Fluorinated Silicon FILMS Synthesis – D. E. Milovzorov (Fluens Technology Group Ltd)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

Reduction of Europium Ions in SrAl2O4 Glass Composites Using Aluminum Nitride – T. Nakanishi, K. Fushimi, and Y. Hasegawa (Hokkaido University) Optically and Thermally Stimulated Luminescence in X-Ray Irradiated SnoDoped Sro-B2O3 and ZnO-P2O3 Glasses for Passive-Type Dosimeter – H. Nanto (Kanazawa Institute of Technology), R. Nakagawa (Kanazwa Institute of Technology), Y. Takei, K. Hirasawa (Kanazawa Institute of Technology), Y. Miyamoto (Chiyoda Technol Co.), H. Masai (Kyoto University), G. Okada, and T. Yanagida (NAIST) Luminescence Properties of Nd-Doped Strontium Aluminate with Six Coordination Sites – T. Matsui, T. Nakanishi, Y. Kitagawa, K. Fushimi, M. Higuchi, and Y. Hasegawa (Hokkaido University) Ooptically and Thermally Stimulated Luminescence in x-Ray Irradiated Sn-Doped Sro-B2O3 and ZnO-P2O3 Glasses for PassiveType Dosimeter – H. Nanto, R. Nankagawa, Y. Takei, K. Hirasawa (Kanazawa Institute of Technology), Y. Miyamoto (Chiyoda Technol Co.), H. Masai, H. Masai (Kyoto University), G. Okada, and T. Yanagida (NAIST) Fabrication of Y2O3:Bi3+,Eu3+ Fluorescent Nanosheet Films By Electrophoretic Deposition – Y. Kosuge, Y. Iso, and T. Isobe (Department of Applied Chemistry, Keio University) Upconversion Emission from Li-Gd2O3 Phosphors Embedded into PS Films – S. Carmona-Tellez (CINVESTAV), A. CarroGastelum (UAM-Azcapotzalco), L. Mariscal B. (CINVESTAV), G. Alarcon-Flores (CICATA-IPN), E. Huerta (CINVESTAV), D. Medina-Velazquez (UAM-Azcapotzalco), and C. Falcony (CINVESTAV) On the Photoluminescence Linearity of Eu2+ Based LED Phosphors upon High Excitation Density – T. Jansen, D. Boehnisch, and T. Juestel (Munster University of Applied Sciences) Application of Near Infra-Red Optical Probes in a Second Optical Window for Pathological Analyses in a Mouse Brain – Y. Imamura, S. Yamada, S. Tsuboi, and T. Jin (Riken) Scintillation and Dosimeter Properties of MgO Transparent Ceramic Doped with C – T. Kato (Nara Institute of Science and Technology), G. Okada, and T. Yanagida (NAIST) Cathodoluminescence in Rare Earth Doped Perovskite Films for RGB Colors – H. Takashima and M. Nagao (National Inst. of Advanced Industrial Sci. and Technol.) Optical, Scintillation and Dosimeter Properties of Ce-Doped and Eu-Doped LiCaAlF6 Crystals – T. Yanagida (NAIST), Y. Fujimoto (Tohoku University), G. Okada, N. Kawaguchi (NAIST), K. Watanabe (Nagoya University), and K. Fukuda (Tokuyama Corp.) Evaluation of La3Ta0.5Ga5.3Al0.2O14 and Sr3NbGa3Si2O14 Piezoelectric Crystals on Scintillation Properties – T. Yanagida (NAIST), Y. Fujimoto (Tohoku University), Y. Futami (National Institute of Technology, Kumamoto College), G. Okada, and N. Kawaguchi (NAIST) 149

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Applications of Luminescent Materials 2 – 13:30 – 15:10 Co-Chairs: Mikhail G. Brik, Thomas Juestel and Kenji Toda


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Scintillation Properties of Ga2O3 Crystal – T. Yanagida, G. Okada, N. Kawaguchi (NAIST), and S. Yanagida (Nara Institute of Science and Technology) Visualization of Relative Strain Distribution for Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic Plate By Mechanoluminescent Technique – Y. Fujio (AIST), C. N. Xu (AIST, Kyushu University), Y. Sakata (AIST), N. Ueno (Saga University), and N. Terasaki (AIST) High Photostability of Fluorescent InP/ZnS Quantum Dots Embedded in Tmas-Derived Silica – T. Watanabe, C. Wada, Y. Iso, T. Isobe (Department of Applied Chemistry, Keio University), and H. Sasaki (SHOEI CHEMICAL INC.) Zinc Phosphate Glasses Doped YttriumEuropium Oxide, a Luminescence Study – L. Mariscal B., S. Carmona-Tellez (CINVESTAV), H. Murrieta (IF UNAM), C. Falcony (CINVESTAV), and Z. RiveraÁlvarez (Cinvestav) P-Type and n-Type Doping for Polymer Semiconductor – S. Sakiyama (Kyushu University), N. Mizutani, and K. Fujita (IMCE, Kyushu University) Investigation of Mechanoluminescent LightEmitting Devices Based on ZnS:Cu Composite Embedded Elastomer Film – G. S. Heo, J. P. Oh, E. M. Kim, Y. B. Kim (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology), and J. J. Woo (Department of Physics, Chonnam National University) Synthesis, Structure and Luminescence of Mn4+- Doped ATiO3 (A=Ca, Mg, Zn) Deep Red Phosphors – M. Medic (University of Belgrade, Vinca Institute), M. G. Brik (Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications), A. M. Srivastava (GE Global Research), V. Djordjevic, J. Papan, and M. Dramicanin (University of Belgrade, Vinca Institute) Europium Tetrakis Dibenzoylmethide Triethylammonium: Synthesis, Additives, and Applications Review – R. Fontenot (Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock), K. Bhat (Alabama A&M University), W. A. Hollerman (University of Louisiana at Lafayette), and M. Aggarwal (Alabama A&M University) Radiation Dose Response of Ag-Doped Phosphate Glasses with Different Alkali Metal Compositions in the Host – H. Tanaka, Y. Fujimoto, M. Koshimizu (Tohoku University), T. Yanagida (NAIST), K. Saeki, and K. Asai (Tohoku University) Optical and Scintillation Properties of CsCaCl3-Based Crystals – K. Saeki, Y. Fujimoto, M. Koshimizu (Tohoku University), T. Yanagida (NAIST), H. Tanaka, and K. Asai (Tohoku University) High Electroluminescence of ZnS:Cu Phosphor with a CNT-Incorporated Dielectric Layer – S. Yu (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies) Thermal Neutron Response of Tungsten Doped Lithium Fluoride Single Crystal – N. Kawaguchi, G. Okada, and T. Yanagida (NAIST)

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X-Ray Excited Luminescence of Terbium Doped Sodium Aluminium Phosphate Glass – N. Kawaguchi (NAIST), T. Kuro (Nara Institute of Science and Technology), G. Okada, and T. Yanagida (NAIST) Radioluminescence Properties of Europium Doped Strontium Aluminum Borate Glass – N. Kawaguchi, G. Okada, and T. Yanagida (NAIST)

Materials for Solid State Lighting

Luminescence and Display Materials Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center

J02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Kee-Sun Sohn and Kailash C. Mishra •

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Novel Measurement Technique for Time Dependant Intensity Variations of AC-LEDs – S. D. Korte (Muenster University of Applied Sciences) and T. Juestel (Muenster University of Applied Science) 3183 Crystal Structure Refinement of BaCaSiO4:Eu2+/Mn2+ and Its Tunable Luminescence – J. Park (Kyonggi University), C. K. Lee (Kyonggi University, PANalytical Division, Spectris Korea Ltd), and Y. J. Kim (Kyonggi University) 3184 Dependence of Optical Properties of Mn4+ on Temperature and Chemical Environment in A2Ge4O9 (A = K, Rb) – F. Baur and T. Juestel (University of Applied Sciences Muenster) 3185 Light Extraction Enhancement in GaNBased Light-Emitting Diodes with Patterned Micro-Pillars – H. Kwon, H. Kim, and J. Cho (Chonbuk National University) 3186 Photoluminescence Properties and Energy Transfer in Color-Tunable Garnet Phosphor for High Quality LED Lighting – S. Won, P. Arunkumar, and W. B. Im (Chonnam National University) 3187 Phellodendron Chinense Schneid: A Novel Yellow-Emitting Luminescent Materials for White Light-Emitting Diodes Applications – P. C. Lin (Chung Yuan Christian University), K. T. Hsu (Army Academy), and W. R. Liu (Chung Yuan Christian University) 3188 Synthesis and Luminescence Properties of Eu3+-Activated La5BSi2O13 Phosphor for W-LED Applications – C. T. Chen and W. R. Liu (Chung Yuan Christian University) 3189 New Red-Emitting Boronitrides: Ca3(BN2)2:Eu2+ and Sr3(BN2)2:Eu2+ – T. Dierkes and T. Juestel (University of Applied Sciences Münster) 3190 A New Green Phosphor Using Solid-Solution and Their Structural and Optical Properties – Y. H. Kim and W. B. Im (Chonnam National University) 3191 Synthesis of New Melilite Structured Blue Phosphor for UV LED – H. J. Kim and W. B. Im (Chonnam National University) 3192 Synthesis of Deep-Red La2MgGeO6:Mn4+ Phosphors for Indoor Plant Cultivation By Polymerized Complex Method – M. Watanabe, T. Yoshizawa, S. W. Kim, K. Seki (Niigata University), T. Ishigaki (Tottori University), K. Uematsu, K. Toda, and M. Sato (Niigata University)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Energy Technology / Sensor / ECSJ Bioengineering 319 A/B, Hawai’i Convention Center

Quantitative Assessment of Channeling Mechanisms in Nanoscale Catalytic Architectures – E. Earl and S. Calabrese Barton (Michigan State University)

Bioelectrocatalytic Cascades 1 – 07:40 – 10:20 Co-Chairs: Koji Sode and Ryuji Kawano

Microbial Fuel Cell 1 – 14:00 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Ivana Matanovic and Akihiro Okamoto

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(Keynote) Utilizing Bioengineering for Fabricating Catalytic Cascade Bioanodes – S. D. Minteer (University of Utah) High-Energy Density Metal-Free Biobatteries Powered By Soft Drinks – Z. Zhu (CellFree Bioinnovations Inc) and Y. H. P. Zhang (Virginia Tech, Tianjin Institute of Industrial Biotechnology) Optimization of Enzyme-Reconstituted Electrodes in Enzymatic Biofuel Cell for Low Power Applications – S. Parmar, S. Durga, S. Amaravati, and S. Chittur Krishnaswamy (VIT University Vellore India) Molecular Design for Catalysts of Microbial Extracellular Electron Transfer: Redox Active Molecules Bound with Outer-Membrane Cytochrome C in Shewanella Oneidensis MR-1 – Y. Tokunou (The University of Tokyo), K. Hashimoto (University of Tokyo), and A. Okamoto (National Institute for Materials Science) Development and Characterization of Cellulolytic Enzymatic Fuel Cells with DNAOrganized Multi-Enzyme Cascade – S. Yu (University of California - Riverside), Q. Chen, W. Chen (University of Delaware), and N. V. Myung (University of California Riverside) Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Substrate Transport on Alpha-Helix Peptide for Multistep Catalysis – Y. Liu and S. Calabrese Barton (Michigan State University) Break

Bioelectrocatalytic Cascades 2 and Electrochemistry at the Cell – 10:20 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Shelley D. Minteer and Nobuhumi Nakamura 10:20

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(Keynote) Novel Materials for Catalytic Cascades: Integrating Experimental and Computational Strategies – I. Matanovic, S. Kabir (Center for Micro-Engineered Materials), A. T. Perry III (University of New Mexico), K. Artyushkova, A. Serov, and P. Atanassov (Center for Micro-Engineered Materials) Synthetic Nerve Endings for Restoring the Axo-Axonal Transport – N. Abdullayeva, L. Semiz (Tobb University of Economics and Technology), D. N. Seckin (Lokman Hekim Ankara Hospital), M. Sankir, N. Demirci Sankir (TOBB University of Economics and Technology), and H. Seckin (Lokman Hekim Ankara Hospital) (Invited) Nanopore Sensing with a Stable Lipid Bilayer in Microfabricated Devices – R. Kawano (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology) Porous Polymer Microneedles with Interconnecting Microchannels Toward Efficient Sensing of Interstitial Fluid – H. Kai, L. Liu, K. Nagamine, Y. Ogawa, and M. Nishizawa (Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

16:00

An Electrochemical Scaffold for WoundRelated biofilms Elimination – S. T. Sultana, E. Atci, J. T. Babauta, A. M. Falghoush, K. Snekvik, D. R. Call, and H. Beyenal (Washington State University) (Invited) Electrochemical Activity of Cyanobacteria: From Biophotovoltaics to Environmental Monitoring – S. Freguia, L. Darus, R. Vieira Lemos, and P. Ledezma (The University of Queensland) In-Situ Electrochemical Synthesis of a Potential Bacterial Killing Catholyte from Ceramic Microbial Fuel Cells Treating Urine – I. Merino Jimenez, G. Pasternak, I. Gajda, J. Greenman, and I. Ieropoulos (University of the West of England) Electrochemical and Power Performance of Microbial Fuel Cells: A Novel Numerical Approach – G. Falcucci, R. A. Nastro (University of Naples “Parthenope”), V. Cigolotti (ENEA), M. Minutillo, and E. Jannelli (University of Naples “Parthenope”) Bioelectrochemical Catalysis Reversal Reaction in Purification and Resources of Mineral Processing Flue Gas Via BECR – L. Wang (Wuhan University of Science & Technology), Y. Sun (Wuhan University of Science and Technology), N. Hu (Wuhan University of Science & Technology), and J. Wang (Wuhan University of Science and Technology) Study of Microbial Fuel Cell for Implantable Application – A. Narla, D. Upadhyaya, S. Amaravati, and S. Chittur Krishnaswamy (VIT University Vellore India) Break

Microbial Fuel Cell 2 – 16:20 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Stefano Freguia and Seiya Tsujimura 16:20

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Relationship Between Surface Chemistry, Biofilm Structure and Electron Transfer in Shewanella Anodes – K. Artyushkova (Center for Micro-Engineered Materials), J. A. Cornejo (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), C. Santoro (University of New Mexico), D. Roizman, E. Marsili (Nanyang Technological University), and P. Atanassov (Center for Micro-Engineered Materials) Kinetic Competition Between Extracellular Electron Transport and Upstream Reactions in Microbial Electrode Catalysis – J. Saito (the university of tokyo), K. Hashimoto, and A. Okamoto (National Institute for Materials Science)

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Bioengineering Based on Electrochemistry


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Synthetic Strategy for Controllable Electrochemical Regulation of Metabolism in Living Cells Using Biocompatible Amphiphilic Redox-Active Polymers – M. Kaneko (The University of Tokyo), M. Ishikawa (Nagoya University), S. Kato (Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), K. Hashimoto (National Institute for Materials Science), and S. Nakanishi (Osaka University) Iron Corrosive Sulfate Reducing Bacteria Uptake Extracellular Electrons Via Outer Membrane C-Type Cytochromes – X. Deng (the University of Tokyo), K. Hashimoto, and A. Okamoto (National Institute for Materials Science) Demonstration of an Energy Neutral, Off-Grid Microbial Fuel Cell System for Decentralized Wastewater Treatment – L. Hsu, M. AriasThode (SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific), O. Bretschger, M. Salvacion, S. Chen, Z. Benavidez, and S. Babanova (J. Craig Venter Institute)

Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center K01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Development of HeLa Cell Lines Expressing Specific Connexins – M. Saito, S. Hiratoko, N. Tokunaga, and Y. Ogawa (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology) Development of Immunochromatography Incorporated with Electrochemical Systems for Detecting the Activity of Labeled Enzyme – K. Tominaga, F. Mizutani, and T. Yasukawa (University of Hyogo) Sodium Cobalt Oxide As a Non-Platinum Cathode Catalyst for Microbial Fuel Cells – O. Ichihashi, K. Hirooka (River Basin Research Center, Gifu University), T. Takeguchi (Faculty of Science and Engineering, Iwate University), and T. Kusui (Faculty of Engineering, Toyama Prefectural University) Dielectrophoretic Manipulation for Picking up and Relocating Single Cells By a Microdisk Electrode with Microcavity – T. Tanaka, F. Mizutani, and T. Yasukawa (University of Hyogo) Immobilization of the Pyrroloquinoline Quinone Dependent Alcohol Dehydrogenase with Polyelectrolyte Membranes on the Glassy Carbon Electrode – Y. Sakurada (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), C. Sugimoto (Tokyo University Agriculture and Technology), K. Takeda, H. Ohno (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), and N. Nakamura (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan Science and Technology Agency, CREST) Direct Electron Transfer of Hemoglobin on Indium-Tin Oxide Electrodes Synthesized By Dip-Coating Methods Under Different Sintering Temperature – Y. Ayato, D. Mochizuki, and W. Sugimoto (Shinshu University) Electrochemical Deposition of Materials for Biomedical Applications – I. Zhitomirsky (McMaster University)

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Designing Macro-Meso Pore Structure of MgO-Templated Carbon for Det-Based Enzyme Electrodes – H. Funabashi and S. Tsujimura (University of Tsukuba) 3255 Simultaneous Production of Electricity and Galactaric Acid from Pectin with an Enzymatic Biofuel Cell – R. Sakuta, K. Takeda, H. Ohno (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), and N. Nakamura (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan Science and Technology Agency, CREST) 3256 Bioelectrocatalytic Interconversion Between Formate and Carbon Dioxide By TungstenContaining Formate Dehydrogenase – K. Sakai, A. Suzuki, Y. Kitazumi, O. Shirai, and K. Kano (Kyoto University) 3257 Electrochemistry Based Platform for the Highly Sensitive Detection of Human Parathyroid Hormone Using Au Electrode with MoS2/Graphene Matrix  – M. H. Lee, H. Y. Kim, K. N. Lee, and Y. Seo (Korea Electronics Technology Institute) 3258 Dual Gas Diffusion H2/O2 Biofuel Cell in Direct Electron Transfer-Type System – Q. Song, Y. Kitazumi, O. Shirai (Kyoto University), K. Nishikawa, Y. Higuchi (University of Hyogo), and K. Kano (Kyoto University) 3259 Cytochrome  C-Calixarene Crystals on Electrodes: Electron Transfer Between Defined Redox Sites – S. C. Feifel (Technical University of Applied Sciences), R. McGovern, P. Crowley (National University of Ireland Galway), and F. Lisdat (Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau) 3260 Effects of Temperature and Calciums on the Treatment of Organics and Nutrient in Swine Wastewater Using an Integrated Bioelectrochemical Ion-Exchange System – S. J. Lim and T. H. Kim (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute) 3261 High Power Glucose/O2 Biofuel Cell Constructed from MgO-Temlated Carbon Modified Carbon Cloth – A. Niiyama and S. Tsujimura (University of Tsukuba)

Recent Advances in the Application of Electrochemistry to Problems in Organic Chemistry and Biology

Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / ECSJ Organic Electrochemistry 322 A, Hawai’i Convention Center Recent Advances in the Application of Electrochemistry to Problems in Organic Chemistry and Biology 3 – 09:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Mahito Atobe and Toshio Fuchigami 09:00

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(Invited) One-Step Aerobic Oxygenation of Hydrocarbons By Electron Transfer – K. Ohkubo (Ewha Womans University, Osaka University) Dissymmetric Bis(dipyrrinato)Zinc(II) Complexes: Rich Variety and Bright Red to Near-Infrared Luminescence with a Large Pseudo-Stokes Shift – R. Sakamoto and H. Nishihara (The University of Tokyo)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Expanded Scope of Methodology and Polymer Functionality for Photoredox-Mediated RingOpening Metathesis Polymerization – L. M. M. Pascual, A. E. Goetz, D. G. Dunford, K. A. Ogawa, Y. Ashikari, and A. J. Boydston (University of Washington Department of Chemistry) TEMPO-Mediated Electro-Oxidation of 1,2Diol on Boron-Doped Diamond Electrode – K. Naba, T. Yamamoto (Department of Chemistry, Keio University, Japan), T. Saitoh (University of Tsukuba), R. Obata (Keio University, Japan.), S. Nishiyama (Keio University, Japan), and Y. Einaga (Department of Chemistry, Keio University, Japan, JSTACCEL, Japan) Intermission (20 Minutes) Microelectrode Arrays and the Move Toward Practical Applications – K. D. Moeller, S. Uppal, M. Graaf, N. H. Yeh, and W. Li (Washington University in St. Louis) Electrochemical Transformation of 2,5-Diphenyltellurophene – N. Shida, Y. Komatsuzaki (Tokyo Institute of Technology), D. Seferos (University of Toronto), H. Nishiyama, I. Tomita, and S. Inagi (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Electrooxidative Coupling of Functional Primary Alkylamines and Aromatics Via Heterocyclization – J. I. Yoshida, T. Morofuji, and A. Shimizu (Kyoto University) Alzheimer Disease Amyloid Beta Peptides: AFM and Voltammetric Characterization – A. M. Oliveira-Brett, A. M. Chiorcea-Paquim, and T. A. Enache (University of Coimbra)

Recent Advances in the Application of Electrochemistry to Problems in Organic Chemistry and Biology 4 – 14:00 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Dennis G. Peters and Shinsuke Inagi 14:00

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(Invited) Electrolytic Macrocyclizations on Scale – P. Harran (University of California, Los Angeles) Redox-Responsive Dimerization in a Ferrocene-Containing Ureidopyrimidone Supramolecular Assembly – D. K. Smith and M. Cedano (San Diego State University) Zinc and Nickel-Salophen Catalysts in Mediated Electrohydrocyclization Reactions – J. A. Miranda, N. Zepeda, L. Littell, and B. Clendenin (Sacramento State University) Cyclic Voltammetry Studies of a RedoxResponsive 4 H-Bond Ureidopyrimidinone Alkyl-Pyridinium Capable of SelfDimerization – G. M. Darzi and D. K. Smith (San Diego State University) Intermission (20 Minutes) Electrocatalytic Generation of Amidyl Radicals for N-Heterocyle Synthesis – H. C. Xu (Xiamen University) Coupling Xanthine Dehydrogenase to Electrodes By Means of a Polymer and 3D Structures – F. Lisdat (Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau) Synthesis of Fluorinated Triazole and Isoxazole Derivatives By Electrochemical Fluorination – S. Kuribayashi, N. Shida, S. Inagi, and T. Fuchigami (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

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Electrochemical Studies of Cysteine – M. A. Worosz and G. T. Cheek (United States Naval Academy) Electroreduction of Nitrobenzene: Nominal Simulation of Voltammogram – I. U. Haque (University of Engineering and Technology Lahore Pakistan)

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry General Session

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Sensor / ECSJ Photoelectrochemistry / KECS Physical Electrochemistry Division 323 B, Hawai’i Convention Center Photoelectrochemistry and Photocatalysis 1: Photocatalytic Water Splitting and CO2 Fixation – 08:30 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Tsukasa Torimoto, Tetsu Tatsuma and Teruhisa Ohno 08:30

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Rational Band Structure Engineering of TiO2 for Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting – W. J. Yin (Soochow University) Nitrogen and Transition-Metal Codoped Titania Nanotube Arrays for Visible-LightSensitive Photoelectrochemical Water Oxidation – T. M. Suzuki, G. Kitahara, T. Arai, Y. Matsuoka, and T. Morikawa (Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.) Engineering Molybdenum Disulfide Protected Silicon Photocathodes for Corrosion Resistance in Acid – L. A. King (Stanford University), T. R. Hellstern (Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering), and T. F. Jaramillo (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) Designing IrO2 Nanoparticles for Oxygen Evolution – F. G. Sen, A. Kinaci, B. Narayanan, M. J. Davis, S. K. Gray, S. K. R. S. Sankaranarayanan, and M. K. Y. Chan (Argonne National Laboratory) Electrochemical Reduction of Hydrogen Carbonate Using Porous Diodes – Y. E. Chipangura (The College of St Scholastica) and A. Chaparadza (The College of St. Scholastica) Break (Invited) Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting and CO2 Fixation Using Powdered Photocatalyst Materials – A. Kudo (Tokyo University of Science) (Keynote) Artificial Photosynthesis: Synthesis of Organic Substances from CO2, H2o and Sunlight Using Semiconductor Photoelectrodes Coupled with Metal-Complex Catalysts – T. Morikawa (Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.)

Recent Trends in Electrochemistry at ITIES – 14:00 – 17:00 Co-Chairs: Paul C. Trulove and Hye Jin Lee 14:00

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Molecular Encapsulation and Association of Ionic Species with Dendrimers at Polarized Liquid|Liquid Interfaces – H. Nagatani (Kanazawa University) Permselective Ion Transfer at the Nanoscopic Ities Array – B. Su and X. Huang (Zhejiang University)

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Electrochemistry with Ion Transfer Processes at Microhole-Liquid/Gel Interfaces for Sensing Applications – H. J. Lee (Kyungpook National University) Ion-Transfer Voltammetry of Drugs at the Oil|Water Interface and Evaluation of Their Artificial Membrane Permeability By Digital Simulation – T. Osakai (Kobe University) Ionic Liquid|Water Interface As an Electrochemical Reaction Field for the Formation of Novel Metal Nanostructure – N. Nishi (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University) Liquid Junction Potential Between Hydrophobic Ionic Liquid and Aqueous Electrolyte Solution – M. Yamamoto (JSTCREST, Department of Chemistry, Konan University), K. Kawai (Konan University), T. Kakiuchi (pH Science and Technology Laboratory, JST-CREST), and R. Murakami (Konan University) Electrocatalysis for Carbon Dioxide Reduction By Molecular Cobalt Complexes Adsorbed at Liquid/Liquid Interfaces – J. Kim, S. Kim, H. Jang, and J. Lee (Ewha Womans University) Lipophilic Redox Buffers for Polymeric SolidContact Electrodes – P. Buhlmann, X. U. Zou, X. V. Zhen, J. Hu, and A. Stein (University of Minnesota)

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Power and Energy Applications – 13:40 – 17:00 Co-Chairs: William Matthew Reichert and Jeffrey W. Gilman 13:40

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Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Electrodeposition / Energy Technology / Sensor / ECSJ Molten Salt 323 C, Hawai’i Convention Center

History of Molten Salts and Ionic Liquids – 09:00 – 10:20 Co-Chairs: Mikito Ueda and Luke M. Haverhals 09:00

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(Invited) Challenge of Industrializing Novel Molten Salt Electrochemical Processes – Y. Ito, T. Nishikiori, and H. Tsujimura (I’MSEP Co.,Ltd.) Historical Development of Pyrochemical Methods for Treating Used Nuclear Fuel – P. N. Motsegood, J. L. Willit, and M. A. Williamson (Argonne National Laboratory) Break

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Rare Earth and Nuclear Chemistry II – 10:20 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Anja-Verena Mudring and Alice H. Suroviec 10:20

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Fluorination Behavior of Uranium-Zirconium Mixture By Hydrogen Fluoride – T. Ono (Tokyo City University), N. Sato (Tohoku University), A. Nezu (Tokyo Institute of Technology), T. Uchiyama, and H. Matsuura (Tokyo City University) Development of Carbon Anodes for Use in Electrolytic Reduction of Uranium(IV) Oxide – P. N. Motsegood, J. L. Willit, and M. A. Williamson (Argonne National Laboratory) Development and Optimization of Voltammetry for Real Time Analysis of MultiComponent Electrorefiner Salt – C. Zhang, D. Rappleye, and M. F. Simpson (University of Utah) Demonstration of the Separation of Actinides from Lanthanides By Electrolysis with inSitu Voltammetry – M. A. Rose, J. Figueroa, J. L. Willit, and M. A. Williamson (Argonne National Laboratory)

Dy Permeation through an Alloy Diaphragm Using Electrochemical Implantation and Displantation – H. Konishi (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University), T. Oishi (AIST (Japan)), T. Nohira (Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto University), H. Ono, and E. Takeuchi (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University)

Carbon Material-Based Positive Electrodes for Aluminum Secondary Battery with a Chloroaluminate Ionic Liquid – T. Tsuda, Y. Uemura, C. Y. Chen, I. Kokubo, and S. Kuwabata (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University) (Invited) Designer Ionic Liquids for Improved Magnesium Anode Behavior – D. A. Buttry (Arizona State University), T. S. Watkins (Sandia National Lab), and A. Kumar (Arizona State University) Intermediate-Temperature Operation of Sodium Secondary Batteries with High Rate Capability and Cyclability Using Ionic Liquid Electrolyte – K. Matsumoto, C. Y. Chen, T. Kiko, J. Hwang, T. Hosokawa (Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University), T. Nohira (Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto University), and R. Hagiwara (Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University) Properties and Lithium Battery Applications of Solvate Ionic Liquid/CO2 Binary Mixtures – M. L. Thomas, K. Watanabe, M. Kato (Yokohama National University), T. Makino, M. Kanakubo (AIST), K. Dokko, and M. Watanabe (Yokohama National University) Break Influence of Ion Diffusivity and Gas Solubility in Ionic Liquids on Lithium-Air Battery Performance – S. Seo (University of Notre Dame), T. M. Song (University of Notre Dame, Toyota Research Institute of North America), F. Mizuno, K. Takechi (Toyota Research Institute of North America), and J. F. Brennecke (University of Notre Dame) Characteristics of Capacitors Based on Ionic Liquids: From Dielectric Polymers to Redox-Active Adsorbed Species – E. Lust, L. Siinor, H. Kurig, T. Romann, V. Ivaništšev, C. Siimenson, T. Thomberg, J. Kruusma, K. Lust, P. Pikma, E. Anderson, V. Grozovski, R. Palm (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu), L. Läll (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu, Estonia), A. Ruzanov, T. Tooming, O. Oll, and A. Jänes (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu) Influence of Electrode Gas Flow Rate and Electrolyte Composition on Thermoelectric Power in Molten Carbonate Thermocell – S. Kandhasamy (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), L. Calandrino (University of Brescia), O. S. Burheim (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), A. Solheim (SINTEF), S. Kjelstrup, and G. M. Haarberg (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Hydrogen Diffusion and Trapping in Fluoride Salt Melts and Graphite Electrodes – R. Scarlat, F. Carotti, H. Wu (University of Wisconsin - Madison), and D. D. Macdonald (University of California at Berkeley)

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Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center L02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Click Synthesis of MercaptosilylFunctionalized Ionic Liquids Via Thiol-Ene Chemistry for Use As Hydrophobic Surface Coating Agents – M. Sanchez Zayas, S. Nestor, J. Gaitor, M. Reardon, and A. Mirjafari (Florida Gulf Coast University) Influence of Cathode Potential on Ti Electrodeposition in Molten Fluoride – K. Nishikawa, H. Sawada, T. Morishige, and T. Takenaka (Kansai University) Electrochemical Synthesis and Electrocatalytic Activity of Nano-Powders of Tungsten Carbide – I. Novoselova, S. Kuleshov, and E. Fedoryshena (V.Vernadskii Institute of General & Inorganic Chemistry) Preparation of Functionalized Yarns Via Ionic Liquid Based Natural Fiber Welding – K. E. Ryall (U.S. Naval Academy), P. J. Fahey (U. S. Naval Academy), D. P. Durkin (Johns Hopkins University), E. T. Fox (U. S. Naval Academy), L. M. Haverhals (Bradley University), H. C. De Long (Air Force Office of Scientific Research), and P. C. Trulove (U. S. Naval Academy) Availability evaluation of SiC anode in chloride molten salt electrolysis – Y. Takahashi, T. Morishige, and T. Takenaka (Kansai University) The Effect of Lengthening Cation Ether Tails on Ionic Liquid Properties – S. LallRamnarine, C. Rodriguez, R. Fernandez (Queensborough Community College, CUNY), N. Zmich (Brookhaven National Laboratory), E. Fernandez (Queensborough Community College, CUNY), S. Dhiman, and J. F. Wishart (Brookhaven National Laboratory) Effect of Electrode Shape on Lithium Metal Fog in LiCl-KCl – S. Akimura, T. Takenaka, and T. Morishige (Kansai University) Improved Electrocatalytic Oxidation of Urea Using Ru-Ni Binary Nanoparticles Prepared By an Ionic Liquid/Metal Sputtering Technique – H. Kuwayama, K. Itadani, T. Kameyama (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University), S. Kuwabata (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University), and T. Torimoto (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University) Ionic Liquids Consisting of Crown EtherCoordinated Hydronium Cation and Amide Anion – S. Takeoka, A. Kitada, K. Fukami, and K. Murase (Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering, Kyoto Univ.) The Influence of Second Coordination Sphere on Vanadium Speciation in Molten Chlorides – I. B. Polovov, M. V. Chernyshov, V. A. Volkovich, B. D. Vasin (Ural Federal University), and T. R. Griffiths (Energy Process Developments Ltd)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

Currentless Niobium-Based Protective Coatings for Application in Molten Salts – A. V. Abramov, I. B. Polovov, V. A. Volkovich, and O. I. Rebrin (Ural Federal University) New Alloy for Application in Molten Chlorides: Design and Properties – K. V. Dedov (Ural Federal University), M. A. Aseev, A. P. Pantyukhin (Bardin Central Research Institute for Ferrous Metallurgy), A. F. Gibadullina, V. V. Karpov, A. V. Abramov, A. Y. Zhilyakov, V. A. Khotinov (Ural Federal University), A. F. Shevakin (Bardin Central Research Institute for Ferrous Metallurgy), P. A. Kharin (Research and Design Institute of Chemical Engineering), I. B. Polovov, S. V. Belikov, V. A. Volkovich, and O. I. Rebrin (Ural Federal University) Oxidation of Woody Biomass Dissolved in Ionic Liquids By a Platina-Loaded Titanium Dioxide Electrode – E. Yamaki, K. Ikeda, K. Fujita (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), H. Ohno (Functional Ionic Liquid Laboratories), and N. Nakamura (Japan Science and Technology Agency, CREST, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology) Electrochemical and Thermodynamic Properties of Lanthanum in a Chloride Melt – Liquid Metal System – A. S. Dedyukhin, A. V. Shchetinskiy, E. A. Kharina, I. E. Shchepin, V. A. Volkovich, L. F. Yamshchikov (Ural Federal University), and A. G. Osipenko (Research Institute of Atomic Reactors, Ural Federal University) Ionic Conduction Mechanism Analysis for Neodymium Complex in Phosphonium Ionic Liquids and Potassium Bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)amide Melts – A. Nishimura, M. Matsumiya (Yokohama National University), and K. Tsunashima (National Institute of Technology Wakayama College) Influence of Fluid Dynamics on the Electrochemical Deposition of Tantalum – S. Martens (Technische Universität München), A. Ispas (Technische Universität Ilmenau), L. Seidl, L. Asen (Technische Universität München), U. Stimming (Newcastle University), O. Schneider (Technische Universität München), and A. Bund (Technische Universität Ilmenau) Application of Electrochemically Deposited Cobalt Films in a Hydrogen Evolution Reaction – T. M. Abdel-Fattah (Applied Research Center, Jefferson National Lab), C. Huff, and T. Dushatinski (Christopher Newport University) Measurement of Adhesion Strength of Al Electroplating Film for AZ31, AZ61, and AZ91 Substrates – M. Onishi (Graduate School of Engineering, Hokkaido, University), M. Ueda, H. Matsushima, H. Habazaki (Hokkaido University), K. Washio, and A. Kato (Toyota Motor Corporation) Electrodeposition of Al-W Alloys in AlCl3NaCl-KCl Molten Salt Containing WCl4 – K. Sato (Graduate school of Engineering, Hokkaido University), H. Matsushima, and M. Ueda (Hokkaido University)

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Precipitation of Rare Earth Phosphates from Molten Salts: The Particle Size Distribution Analysis – A. B. Ivanov, V. A. Volkovich, D. S. Maltsev, V. V. Sukhikh (Ural Federal University), and T. R. Griffiths (Energy Process Developments Ltd) Electrodeposition of Pt - Rare Earth Alloys As ORR Catalysts for Fuel Cells – L. Asen, W. Ju (Technische Universität München), E. Mostafa (Universität Bonn, Technische Universität München), S. Martens, U. Heiz (Technische Universität München), U. Stimming (Newcastle University), and O. Schneider (Technische Universität München) Electrochemical Synthesis of Nanomaterials in Molten Salts – S. A. Kuznetsov (Institute of Chemistry, Kola Science Centre RAS) Electrochemical Formation of RE-Sn(RE=Dy, Nd) Alloys Using Liquid Sn Electrodes in a Molten LiCl-KCl System – A. Kuriyama, K. Hosokawa, H. Konishi, H. Ono, E. Takeuchi (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University), T. Nohira (Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto University), and T. Oishi (AIST (Japan)) Phase Control of Lyotropic Liquid Crystals Using Amino Acid Ionic Liquids As Sovlents – S. Fujiwara, T. Ichikawa (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Functional Ionic Liquid Laboratories), M. Yoshio, T. Kato (The University of Tokyo), and H. Ohno (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Functional Ionic Liquid Laboratories) Electrochemical Study of Zn/Zn2+ Redox Behavior in Functionalized Ionic Liquids – W. Zhou, A. Yu, X. Wu, N. Li, and C. Qi (Shanghai University) Electrochemical Synthesis of Tantalum Carbide in the NaCl-KCl-K2TaF7-K2CO3 Melt – V. S. Dolmatov and S. A. Kuznetsov (Institute of Chemistry, Kola Science Centre RAS) Influence of the Alkaline Earth Metal Cations on the Standard Rate Constants of Charge Transfer for the Redox Couple Ti(IV)/Ti(III) in Chloride-Fluoride Melt – D. A. Vetrova and S. A. Kuznetsov (Institute of Chemistry, Kola Science Centre RAS) Solubility of Calcium and Zirconium Oxides in Melts CaO-(CaCl2-MCl)eut and CaO-CaCl2Mcl (M - Li, Na, K) – R. N. Savchuk, L. V. Gritsai, and A. A. Omel’chuk (Institute of General & Inorganic Chemistry) Intervalence Charge Transfer of the Nb(V)/ Nb(IV) Redox Couple in Alkali Chloride Melts: Experiment and Quantum-Chemical Calculations – A. V. Popova, V. G. Kremenetsky, and S. A. Kuznetsov (Institute of Chemistry, Kola Science Centre RAS) Electrochemical Reduction of Zirconia in Melts Based on Mixture of Calcium Chloride and Calcium Oxide – L. V. Gritsai and A. A. Omel’chuk (Institute of General & Inorganic Chemistry)

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Separation of Lanthanides and Actinides in a Chloride Melt - Liquid Metal System: The Effect of Phase Composition – V. A. Volkovich, D. S. Maltsev, S. Y. Melchakov, L. F. Yamshchikov (Ural Federal University), A. V. Novoselova, and V. V. Smolensky (Institute of High Temperature Electrochemistry, Ural Federal University) Protective Ceramic Coatings on the Base of the Refractory Metals Carbides – Y. V. Stulov, V. S. Dolmatov, and S. A. Kuznetsov (Institute of Chemistry, Kola Science Centre RAS) A Spectroscopic and Electrochemical Study of Molybdenum(IV) and Tungsten(IV) Species in Alkali Chloride Melts – A. B. Ivanov, V. A. Volkovich, M. A. Pukhov, K. O. Podlasova, D. A. Poskryakov, B. D. Vasin (Ural Federal University), and T. R. Griffiths (Energy Process Developments Ltd) Ionic Liquid Polymer Electrolyte Based on Bis(fluorosulfonyl)Amide for Sodium Secondary Battery – M. A. Ab Rani (Graduate School of Energy Science, Faculty of Applied Sciences, UiTM Shah Alam. Malaysia), K. Matsumoto, and R. Hagiwara (Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University) Electrochemical Synthesis of Lanthanum Disilicide from NaCl-Naf-LaF3-K2SiF6 Melt at 1023 K – S. V. Devyatkin, S. Kochetova (Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry), R. N. Savchuk (Institute of General & Inorganic Chemistry), and A. D. Pisanenko (Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry) Electrolytic Refining of Rare Earth Element from Neodymium Magnet Using Molten Salt – Y. Kamimoto, M. Wakita, and R. Ichino (Nagoya University) Electrolytic Production of Aluminium Using Gas Anode Supplied with Methane – B. Khalaghi, G. M. Haarberg (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), O. S. Kjos, H. Gudbrandsen, K. S. Osen (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry, 7456 Trondheim, Norway), and T. Mokkelbost (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry) Rest Potentials of Binary Mixtures of Ionic Liquids and Threshold Voltages of ElectricDouble-Layer Transistors – C. Nanjo, M. M. Matsushita, and K. Awaga (Nagoya University)

Electrode Processes 11

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology / ECSJ Interfacial Electrochemistry / ECSJ Molecular Functional Electrode 302 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

Electrode Processes 3 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Andrew Campion Hillier, Nagahiro Hoshi and Futoshi Matsumoto 08:00

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(Invited) Behavior of Ionic Liquid and Solute Molecules at Electrode/Ionic Liquid Interface – A. Imanishi (Osaka University) Electrochemical Characterization of Pyrolytic Graphite and Bi(111) Electrodes in Bmimi and Pmimi Ionic Liquids – C. Siimenson, L. Siinor, O. Oll (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu), and E. Lust (University of Tartu)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Potential-Dependent Structure of [BMIM] [FSA]/Au Interface Studied By Surface Enhanced Infrared Absorption Spectroscopy – K. Motobayashi (Nagoya Institute of Technology, Institute for Catalysis, Hokkaido University), K. I. Uchida, and M. Osawa (Institute for Catalysis, Hokkaido University) Electrochemical Characterization of Au(111)| EMMImNTf2 and Au(111)|2,2Bipyridine+EMMImNTf2 Interfaces – L. Siinor (Université libre de Bruxelles), C. Siimenson (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu), T. Doneux, and C. Buess-Herman (Université libre de Bruxelles) The Activity of Halide Ions and the Effect on the Electrochemical Stability of Bi(111) Electrode in a Mixture of Ionic Liquids – O. Oll, C. Siimenson, E. Anderson, and E. Lust (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu) Break Structural Behavior of Mixed Metal Oxide Nanoparticles As Electrocatalysts for the Oxygen-Evolution Reaction – M. Gliech, M. Klingenhof, A. Bergmann, and P. Strasser (Technical University Berlin) Redox Stability of Uranium in High Ionic Strength Media: An Electrochemical and Spectroscopic Study – S. Lehmann, F. Bok, A. Ikeda-Ohno (Helmholtz-Zentrum DresdenRossendorf), and A. G. Munoz (Gesellschaft für Anlagen- und Reaktorsicherheit GRSmbH) Beneficial Effect of Surface Decorations on the Surface Exchange of Lanthanum Strontium Ferrite and Dual Phase Composites – S. Ovtar, M. Søgaard (Technical University of Denmark), J. Song (University of Twente), and P. V. Hendriksen (Technical University of Denmark) Lanthanide Voltammetry: Electrocatalysis and Electrochemistry in Acetonitrile – N. Rathuwadu, K. L. Knoche, and J. Leddy (University of Iowa) Selective Detection of Oxytocin on Diamond Electrodes in Preparation for Making In Vivo – K. Asai (Department of Chemistry, Keio University), T. A. Ivandini (University of Indonesia), and Y. Einaga (Department of Chemistry, Keio University, Japan) Electrochemical Recovery of Copper from Model Wastewater Using Boron-Doped Diamond Electrodes – K. Natsui, C. Yamaguchi (Department of Chemistry, Keio University, Japan), and Y. Einaga (Department of Chemistry, Keio University, Japan, JSTACCEL, Japan)

Electrode Processes 4 – 14:00 – 16:40 Co-Chairs: Andrew Campion Hillier, Nagahiro Hoshi and Futoshi Matsumoto 14:00

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Understanding Inclusion Mechanisms and Effects in Hardened Gold Electrodeposits – C. R. Perez, J. R. Pillars, A. E. Hollowell, C. L. Arrington, and W. G. Yelton (Sandia National Laboratories)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

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Seamless Three-Dimensional Carbon Nanotubes-Grown Graphene Hybrid Films Modified with Heme for Electrochemical Biosensing with High Stability and Sensitivity – K. Komori (University of Tokyo), T. TerseThakoor, and A. Mulchandani (University of California, Riverside) 3581 A Systematic Study of M(bpy)3z+ Complexes in Nafion: Concentration, Activity, and Electron Hopping – W. L. Gellett, K. L. Knoche, N. Rathuwadu, and J. Leddy (University of Iowa) 3582 Electrochemical Nitrate Reduction at SnModified Single Crystalline Metal Electrodes – I. Yagi, M. Okui, and M. Kato (Hokkaido University) 3583 Nano-Surface Finishing for Electrothermal Instability Evolution Studies – W. G. Yelton (Sandia National Labs, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87185, USA), T. J. Awe, J. R. Pillars, E. P. Yu, K. J. Peterson, S. E. Rosenthal, D. B. Sinars, M. R. Gomez, R. A. Vesey (Sandia National Labs), K. C. Yates (University of Nevada, Reno, Reno, Navada 89557. USA), B. S. Bauer, T. M. Hutchinson (University of Nevada, Reno, Reno, Nevada, 89557. USA), and S. Fuelling (University of Nevada, Reno, Reno, Nevada 89557. USA) 3584 Introduction of Three-Dimensionally Distributed Catalytic Sites to Form Semi-Solid Redox Conducting Electrolytes: Enhancement of Electron Transfers within Iodine/Iodide Mediating System – P. J. Kulesza (University of Warsaw), J. M. Orlowska (University of Warsaw, Department of Chemistry), and I. A. Rutkowska (University of Warsaw) 3585 Boron Concentration-Dependent Electrochemical Properties of Boron-Doped Diamond Electrodes – S. Naoi, K. Natsui (Department of Chemistry, Keio University, Japan), and Y. Einaga (Department of Chemistry, Keio University, Japan, JSTACCEL, Japan) 3586 CO2 Reduction on Boron-Doped Diamond Electrode in Aqueous Ammonia Solution – P. K. Jiwanti, K. Natsui (Department of Chemistry, Keio University, Japan), K. Nakata (PIRC, Tokyo University of Science), and Y. Einaga (Department of Chemistry, Keio University, Japan, JST-ACCEL, Japan)

Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center L03 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Composition Dependence of Relative Permittivities of Binary Solvent Mixtures – M. Ogasawara, S. Suzuki, and N. Nambu (Tokyo Polytechnic University) Specific Response of Quinone Redox at 2-Aminoethanethiol Modified Electrode – K. Naito, Y. Maeda, T. Yasui, K. Takada, and A. Yuchi (Nagoya Institute of Technology) Physical and Electrochemical Properties of Dialkyl Ethers – S. Suzuki, M. Ogasawara, and N. Nambu (Tokyo Polytechnic University)

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Structural Effects on Reaction Rate and Selectivity for Direct Electrochemical Hydrogenation of Aromatic Hydrocarbons at Pt Electrocatalysts – M. Wakisaka (JST, PRESTO, Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi) and M. Kunitake (Kumamoto University) Study about Overall Adhesion-Spreading Process of Liposomes on a Gold Electrode. Influence of the Presence of CdTe Quantum Dots – E. C. Muñoz, J. Román, E. A. Navarrete, and R. S. Schrebler (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso) Electrosynthesis of a Hybrid Film Consisting of Stacked Graphene and the Intercalated Manganese Oxide for Oxygen Evolution Reaction – K. Fujimoto, T. Kobayakawa, and M. Nakayama (Yamaguchi University) Nano-Particle Metals Modified Boron Doped Diamond Electrode for Determination of Heavy Metal Ions – J. H. Yoon (Korea Basic Science Institute(KBSI)) Kinetic Regularities of Lead Dioxide Electrocrystallization – O. Shmychkova, T. Luk’yanenko, and A. Velichenko (Ukrainian State University of Chemical Technology)

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Invited Speeches on Chalcogenides and III-V Compounds – 13:40 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Jin Z. Zhang and Tetsu Tatsuma 13:40

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Photocatalysts, Photoelectrochemical Cells, and Solar Fuels 7

Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Sensor / ECSJ Photoelectrochemistry / Solar Cell Division of KECS 310, Hawai’i Convention Center

Invited Speeches on New Paradigm of Solar Fuels – 08:00 – 09:50 Co-Chairs: Frank E. Osterloh and Eric Lars Miller 08:00

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(Invited) Innovative Approaches to Addressing the Fundamental Materials Challenges in Advanced Water Splitting Technologies for Renewable Hydrogen Production – E. L. Miller, K. Randolph, D. Peterson, N. Rustagi (U.S. Department of Energy), B. Klahr, M. Lyubovsky (U.S. Department of Energy ORISE Fellow), K. Cierpik-Gold (Allegheny Science and Technology), and J. C. Gomez (Redhorse Corporation) (Invited) Electrocatalyst Development for Solar Fuels: H2 Evolution, O2 Evolution, and CO2 Reduction – T. F. Jaramillo (SUNCAT, SLAC Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis, Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering) (Invited) Interface Architecture Between TiO2/ Perovskite, Perovskite/Hole Transport Layer, and Perovskite Grain Boundary for MAPbI3, MASnPbI3 and CsPbI3 Solar Cells – S. Hayase (Kyushu Institute of Technology) Break

Invited Speeches on Charge Dynamics and Plasmonic Photocatalysts – 09:50 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Frank E. Osterloh and Eric Lars Miller 09:50

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(Invited) Charge Carrier Dynamics and Origin of Instability of Organo-Metal Perovskite Films and Quantum Dots – J. Z. Zhang (University of California Santa Cruz) (Invited) Plasmonic Photocatalysts for Extending Light Harvesting Range and Enhancing Charge Separation – N. Wu (West Virginia University)

(Invited) Generation of Hot Plasmonic Electrons and Heat in Nanocrystals with Hot Spots – A. O. Govorov (Ohio University) (Invited) Photocurrent Generation of PbS Nanopartciles with Narrower Bandgap Coupled with Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance – K. Murakoshi, X. Li, and H. Minamimoto (Hokkaido University) (Invited) In Situ Synchrotron x-Ray Spectroscopic Studies of Energy Materials – C. L. Dong (Department of Physics, Tamkang University)

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(Invited) Molecular Hydrogen-Evolution Electrocatalysts for Dye-Sensitized Solar Fuels – Y. Wu (The Ohio State University) (Invited) Development of Wide Bandgap Copper Chalcopyrite Materials for Economical Photoelectrochemical Hydrogen Production – N. Gaillard, A. DeAngelis, and K. Horsley (University of Hawaii) (Invited) Shape-Dependent Photocatalytic H2 Evolution Activity of ZnS-AgInS2 Solid Solution Nanoparticles – T. Torimoto, Y. Kamiya (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University), S. Kuwabata (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University), and T. Kameyama (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University) (Invited) Hydrogen Evolution from Water Using Modified Chalcogenide Photocathodes – S. Ikeda (Konan University), F. Jiang (Osaka University), Q. Shen (The University of Electro-Communications), Y. Nose (Kyoto University), and T. Harada (Osaka University) Break (Invited) Unassisted Photoelectrochemical Solar Water Splitting with Greater Than 7% Solar-to-Hydrogen Conversion Efficiency – J. H. Park (Yonsei University) (Invited) Novel Band-Gap Engineered III-V Alloys for Unassisted Water Photoelectrolysis – M. K. Sunkara (Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research), A. M. Garcia, H. Russell (University of Louisville), W. F. Paxton (Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research), J. B. Jasinski (University of Louisville), T. G. Deutsch (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), M. Menon (University of Kentucky), and S. Ravipati (Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research) (Invited) Computational Design of Chalcopyrite Photoabsorber for Photoelectrochemical H2 Production Cell – T. Ogitsu, J. Varley, F. Zhou, V. Lordi (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory), and N. Gaillard (University of Hawaii) (Invited) Insight into Polyoxometalate-Induced Catalysis at Semiconducting Oxides – R. Solarska and J. Augustynski (University of Warsaw)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Effect of Adding TiO2 Nanoparticles in ACOperated Electrochemiluminescencent Device Using Ruthenium(II) Complex – S. Tsuneyasu, K. Ichihara, K. Nakamura, and N. Kobayashi (Chiba University) Novel Light-Emitting Electrochemical Transistor Using Ruthenium Complex – A. Aoki and T. Nakano (Nagoya Institute of Technology) Synthesis and Characterization of g-C3N4/ B12O17Cl2 Composites with Visible-Light Photocatalytic Performance – L. Dong (Qingdao University of Science and Technology, Hamline University), X. Yu, and Y. Shan (Qingdao University of Science and Technology) Photoelectrochemical Hydrogen Production Using Inverted Perovskite Solar Cell – O. Ilhwan (Kumoh National Institute of Technology) and H. Jihun (Kumoh National Institute Of Technology) Active Sites of Plasmon-Induced Charge Separation – H. Nishi (Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo), K. Saito, and T. Tatsuma (Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo) Visible Light-Sensitive Yttrium-Doped Indium Vanadate Photocatalysts for Hydrogen Evolution – S. Higuchi (University of Yamanashi) and H. Irie (Clean Energy Research Center, University of Yamanashi) A Gold-Inserted Zinc Rhodium Oxide and Bismuth Vanadium Oxide Heterojunction Photocatalyst for Overall Water Splitting Under Visible Light – K. Kamijo, R. Kobayashi (University of Yamanashi), and H. Irie (Clean Energy Research Center, University of Yamanashi) Multilayer Active Nanostructures of Metal Oxide Semiconductors-Assisted Photooxidation of Wastewater for Voltammetric Determination of Heavy Metals – K. Miecznikowski, E. Biadun, S. Gajewska, and B. Krasnodebska-Ostrega (University of Warsaw) Shortening Response Time of Light-Emitting Electrochemical Cell By Addition of Ionic Liquid into Iridium Complex Film – T. Kubo and A. Aoki (Nagoya Institute of Technology) Simultaneous Decomposition and Energy Production from Industrial and Bio- Waste Using Flexible Photocatalytic Fuel Cell – G. Lui, G. Jiang, J. Lenos, E. Lin, M. Fowler (University of Waterloo), A. Yu (Univerisity of Waterloo), and Z. Chen (University of Waterloo) Structural Design of Graphitic CarbonNitride Photocatalysts for Boosting Hydrogen Production from Water Decomposition – Y. J. Huang, K. H. Wu, and H. Teng (National Cheng Kung University)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

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High Efficiency Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting Using Graphene/GaN Nanowire Photoelectrode – J. S. Ha, H. Bae (Chonnam national university), J. W. Min, D. J. Seo (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology), H. Ryo (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), H. J. Lee (Dept. Materials Science and Engineering Dong-A Univ.), D. S. Lee, Y. T. Lee (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology), and S. H. Lee (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) Photocatalytic Activeties of Copper Oxides/ Carbon Nanotube Composites – M. Matsunaga, K. Takahashi, and Y. Saito (Chuo University, Japan) Effects of TiO2 nanoparticle Size on Solar-toHydrogen Efficiency in Photoelectrochemical Cells – B. Bonning, F. Salimijazi, and P. Shirvanian (Tennessee Tech University) Photoelectrochemical Properties of Si-Doped InGaN Photoelectrode Grown By Plasma Assisted Molecular Beam Epitaxy – Y. M. Shen (Inst. of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica), L. C. Chen (Center for Condensed Matter Sciences, Natl Taiwan Univ), and K. H. Chen (Inst. of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica) Photoelectrochemical Properties of Colloidally Synthesized (Cu,Ag)2ZnSnS4 solid Solution nanocrystals – R. Kakudo, T. Kameyama (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University), S. Kuwabata (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University), and T. Torimoto (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University) Photocatalytic Degradation of Phenolic Compounds in Presence Electrogenearated O3 – H. A. Al-Kandari (College of Health Sciences, PAAET, Kuwait), A. M. Abdullah (Qatar University), S. A. Al-Kandari, and A. M. Mohamed (Chemistry department, Kuwait University,Kuwait) Photoreduction of Carbon Dioxide By the Zinc Phthalocyanine Immobilized Titanium Dioxide – M. Endo, T. Ochiai (Tokyo University of Science, Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology), and M. Nagata (Tokyo University of Science) Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting By Using a Porous ZnRh2O4 Photocathode Under Visible Light Irradiation and Significant Effect of Necking Treatment – S. Kamimura and T. Ohno (Kyushu Institute of Technology) Three-Dimensional ZnO-BiVO4 Core-Shell Nanosturctured Array for Photoelectrochemical Water Oxidation – J. S. Yang and J. J. Wu (National Cheng Kung University) Photoelectrochemical CO2 reduction By Using Different Buffer Layers (In2S3, CdS) -Decorated Cu2ZnSnS4 – Y. Sasaki, S. Kamimura, and T. Ohno (Kyushu Institute of Technology) Modification of the Electronic Structure and Surface State of LaFeO3 for Improved Visible Light Photoelectrochemical Water Oxidation – Q. Peng, Y. Wen, B. Shan, and R. Chen (Huazhong University of Science and Technology)

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Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center L04 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Heli Wang and Nianqiang (Nick) Wu


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Photoanode-Driven Photoelectrochemical CO2 Reduction By Using the TiO2 Photoanodes and Different Metal Counter Electrodes(Pt, Ti, Cu, Sn, Zn) – T. Ishiku, S. Kamimura, and T. Ohno (Kyushu Institute of Technology) 3660 Conjugated Organic Polymers As Photocathodes for Hydrogen Evolution – P. Fortin and S. Holdcroft (Simon Fraser University) 3661 Increased Light Absorption in Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells with Light Harvesting Dye – Y. Takekuma, T. Ochiai (Tokyo University of Science, Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology), R. Furukawa (The University of Electro-Communications), and M. Nagata (Tokyo University of Science) 3662 Fabrication of WO3/BiVO4 p-n Junction Photoanode for Efficient Solar Water Splitting – H. Seo and S. S. Kalanur (Ajou University) 3663 Photoelectrochemical Hydrogen Production By Water Splitting over Dual-Functionally Modified Oxide: P-Type N-Doped Ta2O5 Photocathode Active Under Visible Light Irradiation – T. M. Suzuki, S. Saeki, K. Sekizawa, K. Kitazumi, N. Takahashi, and T. Morikawa (Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.) 3664 Photoelectrochemical Characterization of Tin Sulfide Nanoplatelet Films – W. Cheng, A. Rassoolkhani, and S. Mubeen (University of Iowa) 3665 Conversion of CO2 in Methanol into HCOOCH3 and CO By Photoelectrochemical Reduction with TiO2 Photoanode – T. Yamamoto (Mie university), H. Katsumata (Graduate School of Engineering, Mie University), T. Suzuki, and S. Kaneco (Global Environ Center for Edu & Res, Mie University) 3666 H2 Production Using Thermal Decomposition of Hcooh with Pd/ZnO Catalyst – Y. Egawa (Mie university), H. Katsumata (Graduate School of Engineering, Mie University), T. Suzuki, and S. Kaneco (Global Environ Center for Edu & Res, Mie University) 3667 Quasi-Solid Electrolytes Comprising Cobalt Complexes for Efficient and Durable DyeSensitized Solar Cells – S. E. Kim, D. H. Kim, and M. S. Kang (Sangmyung University) 3668 Photoconversion of Carbon Dioxide and Water to Formate on Copper and Iron Mixed Oxide Catalysts – U. Kang (Kyungpook National University, Korea), D. S. Han, S. H. Yoon, A. Abdel-Wahab (Texas A&M University at Qatar), and H. Park (Kyungpook National University, Korea) 3669 Enhanced Photocatalytic Activity of Phosphorus-Doped Graphitic Carbon Nitride Under Visible Light Irradiation – T. Mitsuyama, H. Katsumata (Graduate School of Engineering, Mie University), T. Suzuki (Global Environ Center for Edu & Res, Mie University), and S. Kaneco (Graduate School of Engineering, Mie University, Global Environ Center for Edu & Res, Mie University) 3670 Fabrication of Optical Gap Selective Amorphous Carbon Photocatalyst for Hydrogen Production Under Irradiation with Visible Light – K. Okafuji, R. Kobayashi, S. Ohtomo, H. Naragino, and K. Honda (Yamaguchi University)

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Solar Visible Light Storage on WO3-CdS Heterojunction – S. Kim (Kyungpook National University, Korea), D. S. Han, S. H. Yoon, A. Abdel-Wahab (Texas A&M University at Qatar), and H. Park (Kyungpook National University, Korea) Synthesis of Gallium Nitride Photocatalysts By Reaction of Solution Synthesized Gallium Oxide and Solid Nitrogen Sources – T. Sugiura, T. Sano, and K. Manseki (Graduate School of Engineering, Gifu University) Mixed Valence Tin Oxide Sn3O4: A Visible-Light Driven Semiconductor for Photocatalytic Water Splitting Under Visible Light Irradiation – T. Tanabe, M. Hashimoto, T. Tanikawa, T. Gunji, S. Kaneko, T. Ohsaka, and F. Matsumoto (Kanagawa University) Photoelectrochemical Reduction of CO2 to Ethylene Glycol on IL-SAM-Modified Au Electrodes – Y. Sugano, J. Tamura, A. Ono, R. Kitagawa, M. Yamagiwa, and S. Mikoshiba (Toshiba Corporation) Plasmonic Catalytic Layer for Visible-Light Enhanced Methanol Oxidation Reaction – C. T. Lin, H. J. Huang (Instrument Technology Research Center, NARLabs), M. N. Chang (Department of Physics, NCHU), P. L. Chen, C. N. Hsiao, M. H. Shiao (Instrument Technology Research Center, NARLabs), and F. G. Tseng (Engineering and System Science, NTHU) Highly Efficient Visible-Light Driven Carbon Particles/g-C3N4 Photocatalysts with Enhanced Photocatalytic H2 Production – Y. Nakai (Mie university), H. Katsumata (Graduate School of Engineering, Mie University), T. Suzuki, and S. Kaneco (Global Environ Center for Edu & Res, Mie University) An Effective Way to Improve the Structural Stability and Photoelectrochemical Performance of BiVO4 Photoanodes in Basic Media: Surface Passivation with Zinc Ferrite – T. W. Kim (Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER), University of Wisconsin-Madison) and K. S. Choi (University of WisconsinMadison) Photoelectrochemical Behaviour of Pulse Electrodepoisted CuIn0.9Al0.1Se2 Thin Films – K. R. Murali (University of Madras) Photo-Electrochemical Investigation of Single Crystalline and Polycrystalline TiO2 Nanostructures for Solar Hydrogen Production – B. L. Yang (Kumoh National of Institute of Technology)

Sensor / ECSJ Chemical Sensor / KECS Sensor Division 306 B, Hawai’i Convention Center

Biosensors 1 – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Michael T. Carter and Aleksandr Simonian 08:00 08:10 3748

Introductory Remarks Applications of a Novel Multi-Parametric/ Multimodal Spectroscopy Apparatus on Characterization of Functional Interfaces – L. Zhou, M. A. Arugula (Auburn University), and A. Simonian (National Science Foundation)

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(Invited) Rapid Formation of Single-Cell Pairs for Hybrid Cells – T. Yasukawa and F. Mizutani (University of Hyogo) (Invited) Microfluidic Dual Sensors for In Vivo Measurement of Superoxide and Glutamate – H. B. Noh, J. M. Moon (Department of Chemistry, Pusan National University), J. O. Moon (Pusan National University), and Y. B. Shim (Department of Chemistry, Pusan National University)

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Simulation of Specific Capture of Bacteria By Molecular Imprinting Method Under Dielectrophoresis – M. Tamura, S. Tokonami, and T. Iida (Osaka Prefecture University) Wearable Mouthguard Biosensor Integrated with Wireless Electronics – J. Kim (UC San Diego) and J. Wang (UCSD) High Surface Area 3D Hierarchical Ni(OH)2Coated Ni Microflowers for Non-Enzymatic Glucose Sensor with High Sensitivity and Low Detection Limit – A. Manikandan (Dept of Mat., Sci., and Eng., National Tsing Hua University), L. Lee (National Tsing Hua University), H. Medina (Dept. of Mater. Sci. and Eng., NTHU), C. W. Chen (Department of MSE, NTHU, Hsinchu, Taiwan.), Z. Wang (University of Electronic Science and Technology of China), and Y. L. Chueh (Department of MSE, NTHU, Hsinchu, Taiwan.) Faster Diagnosis of Alpha-1-Antitrypsin Deficiency through Electrochemical and Quartz Crystal Microbalance Testing – B. E. Materi, B. G. Adams, J. Sanders, J. Rice, and C. A. Rice (Tennessee Technological University)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

(Invited) Biomaterials Research Support at the National Science Foundation – A. Simonian (National Science Foundation) (Invited) Electrochemical Sensing Using Molecule-like Gold Nanoclusters – S. S. Kumar (VIT University), K. Kwak, and D. Lee (Yonsei University)

Breast-Cancer-Stem-Cell Sensor Using Igzo Nomfet Implemented with Au Nano-Particles – J. S. Lee, S. H. Song, C. G. Kim, and J. G. Park (Hanyang University) Microwave Synthesized CdSe/ZnO Core-Shell Quantum Dots As a Biosensing Platform for Protein Detection – E. Jenrette, M. Farrell, J. Flowers, J. Skuza (Norfolk State University), and A. K. Pradhan (Center for Materials Research) Electrochemical Detection of Neurotransmitters Using Modified PEDOT Electrodes – V. T. Gruia (Technische Universitaet Ilmenau), I. Efimov (Loughborough University), A. Ispas, and A. Bund (Technische Universität Ilmenau) Label-Free, Fragmented Antibody (Fab’)Immobilized Immunosensors Via Use of Ferrocene-Modified Silica Nanoparticles – H. R. Hyun, J. Kwon, and J. H. Shin (Department of Chemistry, Kwangwoon University) Performance of Whole-Cell Electrochemical Biosensor Using Integrated Microbes/Si Nano-Forest Structure – N. Mintz Hemed, T. Yoetz-Kopelman (Tel Aviv University), A. Convertino (Istituto per la Microelettronica e i Microsistemi del CNR), and Y. ShachamDiamand (Tel Aviv University) Signal Amplification Techniques By Effective Use of the Interfacial Region for Field Effect Transistor (FET) Based Biosensing – S. Hideshima, S. Wustoni, S. Kuroiwa, T. Nakanishi, and T. Osaka (Waseda University) Printable Hecl Electrode Materials for Disposable Bioaffinity Assay Cartridges – S. Kulmala, K. Salminen, and P. Kuosmanen (Department of Chemistry, Aalto University) Development of Evaluation System of β-secretase Activity by Using Orientated Immobilizing Recombinant β-secretase – Y. Iida, M. Adachi, Y. Shiraishi, and J. Yamaguchi (Kanagawa Institute of Technology)

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Development of a Catalytic Combustion Type Gas Sensor with Low Power Consumption – H. Hadano, A. Miyagi, T. Okuno, Y. Nagawa, and Y. Ishiguro (Yazaki Energy System Corporation) Amyloid β Detection with Integrative Chip for Alzheimer Desease – J. H. Lee, Y. K. Yoo (Kwangwoon University), and K. S. Hwang (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) 161

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Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) Sensing Based on DNA Elongation By Site-Selective Surface Plasmon (SP) Field Heating Toward Ultra-High Sensitive Detection of Single Pathogenic Particles – Y. Kawahara and A. Ishida (Kyoto Prefectural University) Highly Swellable Hydrogel Electrolyte for Metal Air Battery – N. Yamada, K. Ahmed, M. Wada, A. Khosla, and H. Furukawa (Yamagata University) Disposable Plasmonic Plastic SERS Sensor Using Gold Nanoparticles Arrays – M. Song, D. Lee (University of Suwon), H. J. Park (Western Seoul Center Korea Basic Institute), and S. Lee (University of Suwon) Mercury Chemical Sensors Based on Chalcogenide Glasses – A. Paraskiva, M. Milochova, S. Khaoulani, and E. Bychkov (University of Littoral, France) Development of Insect Derived Protein Based Electrochemical Impedance Biosensor Platform – Y. Rong, E. S. McLamore, and N. O. Keyhani (University of Florida) Development of a Novel Cell Monitoring System Based on Lens-Less Imaging Toward Cultivation of Circulating Tumor Cells – A. Kogiso, Y. Maeda, H. Dobashi, T. Yoshino, T. Matsunaga, and T. Tanaka (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology) Copy Number Variation Analysis of Circulating Tumor Cells at a Single Cell Level Based on Hydrogel Encapsulation – R. Iwata, R. Negishi, T. Tanaka, T. Matsunaga, and T. Yoshino (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology) Effects of Porous Structure for Gas Sensor on Sensitivity Using Tin Oxide with Low Density – M. A. Han (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH), Hanyang University), J. H. Jeong, H. J. Noh, H. J. Kim, S. H. Son (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH)), J. S. Park (Hanyang University), and H. N. Lee (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH)) Dual Sensing By Simple Heteroditopic Salt Receptors Containing an Anthraquinone Unit – J. Romański (Warsaw University) and M. Karbarz (University of Warsaw) Ag-Coated Polymeric Nanopillar Array for Quantitative Chemical Sensing By SurfaceEnhanced Raman Spectroscopy – A. Kim (Hanyang University), H. J. Kim, H. N. Lee (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH)), B. Yoo (Hanyang University), and H. Lim (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH)) Preliminary Advancement for an Electrochemical Biosensor for Early Diagnosis of Alpha-1-Antitrypsin Deficiency – B. G. Adams, B. E. Materi, J. Rice, J. Sanders, and C. A. Rice (Tennessee Technological University) Ultrasensitive CuInS2 Quantum Dots for Detection of Nickel Ions in Drinking Water – T. M. Abdel-Fattah (Applied Research Center, Jefferson National Lab), S. Ebrahim, M. Ali (Alexandria University), J. El Nady (City of Scientific Research& Technological Applications), and M. Soliman (Alexandria University)

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Graphene Quantum Dots As Optical Sensor for Glucose Detection – T. M. Abdel-Fattah (Applied Research Center, Jefferson National Lab), S. Ebrahim, M. Soliman, and M. Shehab (Alexandria University) Evaluation of Acetylcholine Release and Hold Electrochemical Device By CCD Type Ion Image Sensors – I. Kageyama, R. Kato (Toyohashi University of Technology), K. Sawada (EIIRIS, Toyohashi University of Technology), and T. Hattori (Toyohashi University of Technology) Versatile Sensing Platform Assemble on Flexible Organic Transistors – C. Liao and F. Yan (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University) A Novel Electrochemical Sensing of HCO3with Amorphous RuO2-Ta2O5 Catalyst – A. Honda and M. Morimitsu (Doshisha University) Incubation-Free Electrochemical Immunosensor Using a Gold-Nanocatalyst Label Mediating Outer-Sphere-Reaction-Philic and Inner-Sphere-Reaction-Philic Species – C. S. Fang, C. Kang, and H. Yang (Pusan National University) Development of High-Sensitive Detection System for Redox Analytes Having a Standard Potential Higher Than O2 Evolution By Using Micropatterned Conductive Boron-Doped DLC Electrodes – S. Ohtomo, H. Naragino, K. Okafuji, R. Kobayashi, and K. Honda (Yamaguchi University) Fabricating a QCM device with the nanostructures using the AAO template – N. Asai, T. Shimizu, S. Shingubara, and T. Ito (Kansai University) Highly sensitive measurement of bioelectric potentials by boron-doped diamond electrodes for plant monitoring – T. Ochiai (Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology, Tokyo University of Science), S. Tago, M. Hayashi (Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology), and A. Fujishima (Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology, Tokyo University of Science) Fabrication of Ca2+-K+ Image Sensor Using an Inkjet Method and Its Application to Living Cells – S. Matsuba, H. Sato, R. Kato, K. Sawada (Toyohashi University of Technology), T. Matsuda, T. Nagai (The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research), and T. Hattori (Toyohashi University of Technology) Electrochemical Study of Conducting Poly(thionine) Electropolymerization in Two Methods and Its Significance for the Detection of Dopamine – M. M. Rahman (Department of Applied Life Science, Konkuk University), C. Y. Ge, and J. J. Lee (Dongguk University) A Simple and Fast SELEX Using an Alternating Current Potential Modulated Microfluidic Channel and an Evaluation of Sensing Ability of Aptamers – S. Chung, J. M. Moon (Department of Chemistry, Pusan National University), C. Ban (Department of Chemistry, POSTECH), and Y. B. Shim (Department of Chemistry, Pusan National University)

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Microarray Needle Sensor Composite Conducting Polymer Coated on Au/Zn Oxide Layer for Continuous Glucose Detection in Cells – W. C. Lee, D. M. Kim, and Y. B. Shim (Department of Chemistry, Pusan National University) Detection of Heavy Metal Ions Using a LongLife Electrochemical Sensor Containing Conducting Polymer-Graphene Oxide Composite – M. O. Park (Department of Chemistry, Pusan National University), J. H. Yoon (Korea Basic Science Institute(KBSI)), M. S. Won (Korea Basic Science Institute (KBSI)), and Y. B. Shim (Department of Chemistry, Pusan National University) Gas Ion Implanted Electrode Prepared By the Electron Cyclotron Resonance Ion Source and Catalytic Effects – M. S. Won (Korea Basic Science Institute (KBSI)), D. W. Lee (Department of Chemistry, Pusan National University), J. H. Yoon, J. Y. Park (Korea Basic Science Institute(KBSI)), and Y. B. Shim (Department of Chemistry, Pusan National University) The Electrochemical Nitrite Ion Sensor Using a Neuroglobin Bonded on Conducting Polymer – J. M. Moon, G. N. G, and Y. B. Shim (Department of Chemistry, Pusan National University) Ethanol Response of Semiconductor Gas Sensors Based on SnO2 Layer Prepared from Acidic Solution – M. Mori, Y. Sadaoka (Ehime University), T. Ueda, H. Mitsuhashi, and M. Nakatani (New Cosmos Electric Co. Ltd)

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Sensor / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / ECSJ Bioengineering 303 B, Hawai’i Convention Center

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Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

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Process Integration of Electroformed MEMS Variable Capacitors for Magnetostriction Measurements – P. S. Finnegan (Sandia National Labs), E. D. Langlois, C. L. Arrington, A. E. Hollowell, J. R. Pillars, T. Monson, and C. R. St. John (Sandia National Laboratories) Break Magnetolastic Smart Tags Using Electroformed Cobalt Iron Boron – E. D. Langlois, J. R. Pillars, T. Monson, C. L. Arrington, P. Finnegan, A. Thorpe, and C. R. St. John (Sandia National Laboratories) Modeling and Characterization of Electroformed MEMS Variable Capacitors for Cobalt Iron Magnetostriction Measurements – E. D. Langlois, P. Finnegan, M. H. Ballance, J. R. Pillars, T. Monson, A. E. Hollowell, C. L. Arrington, C. J. Pearce, and C. R. St. John (Sandia National Laboratories) A Photodetector Based on a Conjugated Polymer and PbS Colloidal Quantum Dots – T. Ghomian and J. W. Choi (Louisiana State University) Development of Some Alternative Chalcogenide Materials, Thin Films and Diodes for Fabrication of Low Cost Solar Cells – N. Padha (University of Jammu) and C. J. Panchal (The M.S. University of Baroda) Step Response Analysis of MEMS ElectroThermal Gas Sensors of Differing Geometry – P. Hesketh, A. Mahdavifar (Georgia Institute of Technology), A. Shirke (KWJ Engineering, Inc.), J. R. Stetter (SPEC Sensors, LLC), and D. Struk (Georgia Institute of Technology)

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Multi Factorial Study of Megasonic Enhanced Photoresist Strip with DiO3 – J. Fittkau (MKS Deutschland GmbH), D. Dussault (ProSys Megasonics), C. Gottschalk (MKS Deutschland GmbH), C. Vikström (MKS Data Analytics Solutions), T. Zenger, J. Spreitzer, and L. Bouvot (EV Group E.Thallner GmbH) Enhanced ZnO Nanorods Field Emitter with Adsorbed Silver Nanoparticles – S. J. Young (National Formosa University Taiwan) Development of Instrument for Simultaneous Measurement of Rotating and Sliding Friction of Hydrogels – M. Wada, N. Yamada, A. Khosla, M. Makino, M. Kawakami, and H. Furukawa (Yamagata University) 3-D Printed Polymer MEMS – K. Takamatsu, N. Yamada, M. Wada, K. Ahmed, M. Kawakami (Yamagata University), S. Kassegne (San Diego State University), H. Furukawa (Yamagata University), and A. Khosla (Yamagata University, San Diego State University) Hydrogel Coating on Soft Polymeric Substrates for Microfabricated Devices – K. Ahmed, N. Yamada, M. Wada (Yamagata University), T. Kameyama (Yokohama National University), M. Kawakami, A. Khosla, and H. Furukawa (Yamagata University)

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Effect of Post Deposition Annealing on ALD-ZrO2/Sion Gate Stacks for Advanced CMOS Technology – R. Vaid and R. Gupta (University of Jammu) Electrocatalytic Sensing of Carbon Dioxide, Oxygen and Inert Inorganic Analytes at Network Films of Transition Metal Complexes – P. J. Kulesza, A. Wadas, W. Ozimek, M. Frik, and I. A. Rutkowska (University of Warsaw) Study of Alcohol Sensing Devices Using DMFC Technology – M. Soundrapandian and S. Chittur Krishnaswamy (VIT University Vellore India) New Top-Down Approach for Fabricating Si-Based Nanostructures – L. Meng, X. He, J. Gao, J. Li, Y. Wei, and J. Yan (Institute of Microelectronics,CAS) Plasmonic Nanostructures for HighPerformance Biosensing Devices – B. Xiao, S. Pradhan (Norfolk State University), K. Santiago, G. Rutherford (Center for Materials Research, Norfolk State University), and A. K. Pradhan (Center for Materials Research) An Inkjet-Printed Hydrogen Peroxide Sensor on Paper – H. Shamkhalichenar and J. W. Choi (Louisiana State University)

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Electrochemical Analysis with Nanomaterials and Nanodevices – 14:00 – 18:30 Co-Chairs: Yuanzhe Piao and Guowang Diao 14:00 14:20 3869

Welcoming Remarks Photoelectrochemistry for Biosensors – J. J. Zhu, G. C. Fan, and J. R. Zhang (Nanjing University) 14:40 3870 Detection of Telomerase Activity Based on the Steric Hindrance Change in the Pore of Anodic Alumina Nanochannels – X. Liu, Y. J. Liu, and W. Wei (Southeast University) 15:00 3871 Signal Switch and Signal Amplification for Electrochemical Biosensing – H. Ju (Nanjing University) 15:20 3872 Probe Sensor Using Nano-Structured Multi Walled Carbon Nanotube Yarn for Direct Selective and Sensitive Dopamine Detection – W. Al-Graiti, J. Foroughi, Z. Yue, X. Feng, G. Wallace, and J. Chen (ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science, University of Wollongong, Fairy Meadow, 2519, Australia) 15:40 3873 A Universal Strategy for Aptamer-Based Nanopore Sensing Throughhost-Guest Interactions inside a-Hemolysin – T. Li (Institute of high energy physics,) 16:00 3874 Investigation of the Hybrid Catalytic System GC/Conducting Polymer/CdS/Enzyme for the Detection of Phenolic Compounds. – J. Widera, D. Chaykina, S. King (Adelphi University), M. E. Osial, and K. Jackowska (University of Warsaw) 16:20 Break 16:30 3875 Iron Oxide Plasmonic Nanostructures for Energy Harvesting – N. Das (Army research Laboratory), J. P. McClure, and K. N. Grew (U.S. Army Research Laboratory) 164

Invsetigation on High Charge Density of States in Electrocheimcal Polymer – J. Lee (Pukyong National University) Bismuth-Activated Graphene Nanocomposite Modified Electrode for Electrochemical Determination of Trace Heavy Metals – S. Lee and Y. Piao (Seoul National University) Plasmonics Enhanced Spectroscopic and Electrochemical Analysis – X. H. Xia (Nanjing University) Anionic-Exchange Ionomer-Films for Electrocatalytic Applications – P. Bertoncello, T. R. Jones, S. Aldave Hernandez (Swansea University), R. Kaspar, M. Letterio, and Y. Yan (University of Delaware) Enabling Local Electrochemistry in Fast, High-Resolution Scanning Probe Microscopy – N. D. Kirchhofer, R. Proksch, M. Rutgers, and I. Revenko (Oxford Instruments Asylum Research)

Development of a Therapeutic Device for Wound Healing with Enzymatic Biofuel Cells – A. Tsubota, Y. Ogawa (Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University), T. Yamauchi (Graduate School of Medicine, Tohoku University), H. Kai (Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University), K. Yamasaki (Graduate School of Medicine, Tohoku University), and M. Nishizawa (Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University) High Performance Piezoelectric Nanogenerators Using Vanadium-Doped Ferroelectric ZnO Nanosheets and Polymer Composite – J. Nah, S. H. Shin, Y. H. Kwon (Chungnam National University), and M. H. Lee (Kyung Hee University) Nano-Biosensors: An Advanced and Essential Tool in Monitoring Microcystins in Water – V. Vogiazi, L. Zhang (University of Cincinnati), D. Zhao (Department of Chemistry, University of Cincinnati), N. Alvarez (University of Cincinnati), S. Chae (The University of Cincinnati), L. Sagle (University of Cincinnati), W. R. Heineman (Department of Chemistry, University of Cincinnati), V. N. Shanov (University of Cincinnati), I. Papautsky (university of Cincinnati), and D. D. Dionysiou (University of Cincinnati) Approaches for Extractive Hydrometallurgy of Niobium and Tantalum from Ethiopian Kenticha Ores – G. G. Berhe (Mekelle University) Improvement of Hot Hole-Induced Degradation in HV Pmosfets – D. Lee (Sungkyunkwan University, Samsung Electronics Co.), C. Lee, D. Song (Samsung Electronics Co.), and B. D. Choi (Sungkyunkwan University) Effect of Plasma Carburizing Treatment on Pitting Corrosion Resistance of Type 304 Stainless Steel – W. Inoue, I. Muto, Y. Sugawara, and N. Hara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University) Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Fabrication of TiO2 Based Microspheres By Spray Drying Method and Their Application for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells – M. Mizuno, K. Tomita, and Y. Kunugi (Tokai University) CFD Systems Level Modeling of a Protonic Ceramic Fuel Cell – K. Anderson, C. McNamara (Calif. State Polytechnic Univ. at Pomona), N. P. Sullivan (Mechanical Eng. Dept., Colorado School Of Mines), and A. Murphy (California State Polytechnic University at Pomona) Selenium-Decorated Graphene for Peroxynitrite Detection – H. Kalil, S. Maher, and M. Bayachou (Cleveland State University) Development of Novel Electrolyte for Rechargeable Aluminum Battery with a Wide Potential Window – S. Matsumura, E. Higuchi (Osaka Prefecture University), M. Chiku (JST-ALCA), and H. Inoue (Osaka Prefecture University) Development of a Flow Injection Biosensor System Enables Glucose and Cortisol Simultaneous Measurement for the Evaluation of Fish Stress – H. Wu, M. Arai, H. Ohnuki (Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology), Y. Yoshiura (Japan Fisheries Research and Education Agency), and H. Endo (Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology) Self-Standing Carbonaceous Sheets Composed of Micro and Nanometer Fibers Derived Bamboo and Application to PEFC and Edlc – H. Miyoshi, T. Kinumoto, T. Matsumura, M. Matsuoka, Y. Arai, T. Tsumura, and M. Toyoda (Oita University) Reducing Polarization Using Novel Carbon Support in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – K. Baba, W. Ozawa (Ibaraki University), M. Nishitani-Gamo (Toyo university), T. Ando (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)), and M. Eguchi (Ibaraki University) Capacity Enhancement of Electrochemical Flow Capacitor Using Quinonic Compounds Couple – H. Saito, T. Tomai, and I. Honma (IMRAM, Tohoku University) Porous Silicon Nanoparticles Prepared By an Alkaline Process As an Anode for Use in Lithium Ion Batteries – Y. Sugawara, M. Shimizu, and S. Arai (Shinshu University) Effect of Impurities on Electrochemical Performance of Low-Purity Natural Graphite As Anode Active Material for Lithium Ion Batteries – Y. T. Park, K. T. Lee, J. W. Park, and S. H. Lee (Chonbuk National University) Development of Potentiometric Lspr Sensors with Au and Au@TiO2 Nanoparticles – K. Akiyoshi (Institute of Industrial Science, the University of Tokyo) and T. Tatsuma (Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo) Tetraethylammonium Hydroxide with Polyacrylamide As Hydroxide Conducting Polymer Electrolytes for Electrochemical Capacitors – J. Li and K. Lian (University of Toronto) Evaluation of the Durable Performance of the Pt/Marimo Carbon Catalyst in PEFC – K. Odakura, K. Baba (Ibaraki University), M. Nishitani-Gamo (Toyo university), T. Ando (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)), and M. Eguchi (Ibaraki University)

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the Relationship Between Brightness of Aluminum Films Fabricated Using an AlCl3-1Ethyl-3-Methylimidazolium Chloride-Toluene Bath and Molecular Structure of Additives – T. Gunji, S. Kaneko, T. Tanabe, T. Ohsaka, and F. Matsumoto (Kanagawa University) the Application of a Water-Based Hybrid Polymer Binder to a High-Voltage and HighCapacity Li-Rich Solid-Solution Cathode and Its Performance in Li-Ion Batteries – K. Miyamoto, Y. Honma, T. Gunji, T. Tanabe, S. Kaneko, T. Ohsaka (Kanagawa University), S. Ugawa, H. J. Lee, Y. Ootsuka (JSR Corporation), and F. Matsumoto (Kanagawa University) Development of Metal Oxide-Supported Metal and Ordered Intermetallic Nanoparticles to Enhance the Oxygen Reduction Reaction in PEMFC – F. Ando, T. Gunji, T. Tanabe, S. Kaneko, T. Ohsaka, and F. Matsumoto (Kanagawa University) Electrical Characterization of Electron Beam Induced Damage on Sub-10nm SRAM Using Nano-Probing Technique – J. Kang (Sungkyunkwan University, Samsung Electronics Co.), S. Lee (Samsung Electronics Co., Sungkyunkwan University), and B. D. Choi (Sungkyunkwan University) Effect of Polyhydric Alcohol Addition on Electrodeposition of Fe-Al Alloy in AlCl3NaCl-KCl-FeCl2 Molten Salts – H. Yamamoto, M. Morishita, and A. Isoya (University of Hyogo) Effect of Epitaxially Deposited Gold Nanoparticles on Electroless Metallization of Silicon Wafers – N. Yamada (University of Hyogo), S. Sakamoto (University of Hyogo, Nippon Oikos Co., Ltd.), N. Fukumuro, and S. Yae (University of Hyogo) Effect of Disulfite on the Solubility of Molybdate and Passivation of Iron in Concentrated LiBr Solution – H. Tezuka, S. Tsukazawa, H. Yashiro (Iwate University), Y. Hirata (Hitachi Building Systems Co., Ltd.), and T. Hishinuma (Hitachi Power Solutions Co., Ltd.) Etching Studies of Mo in Aqueous Solutions – S. M. Lee, C. Y. Jung (Korea University), and C. W. Lee (Korea University) Development of Novel Immunosenser System for Sex Determination of Fish – T. Sakurai, H. Wu, G. Yoshizaki, H. Ohnuki, and H. Endo (Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology) Crystal Structures and Ferroelectric Properties of (0.4-y) Bi0.5K0.5TiO3-0.6BiFeO3-y K(NbxTa1-x)O3 – T. Iwabuchi, N. Ishida, N. Kitamura, and Y. Idemoto (Tokyo University of Science) Synthesis, Crystal Structure and Electrochemical Properties of Rock-Salt Type (Mg,Ni,Co)O2 As Cathode Materials for Mg Secondary Battery – T. Takahashi, N. Ishida, N. Kitamura, and Y. Idemoto (Tokyo University of Science) Local Structure Analysis of Na0.5Bi0.5TiO3 based Oxide Ion Conductor By DFT Calculations and RMC Method – N. Hayashi (Tokyo Univercity of science), N. Kitamura, N. Ishida, and Y. Idemoto (Tokyo University of Science) 165

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Microscopic Polarization Behavior of Cerium Sulfide Inclusions in Stainless Steel – M. Nishimoto, I. Muto, Y. Sugawara, and N. Hara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University) Synthesis of Al-Substituted Lanthanum Silicate with Oxyapatite Structure By Hydrothermal Method and Local Structural Analysis – S. Fujisawa, N. Kitamura, N. Ishida, and Y. Idemoto (Tokyo University of Science) Aqueous Phase Synthesis of Cu/Pt CoreShell Nanoparticles Supported on Carbon Black By Controlling Cu and Pt Complexes for a PEFC Cathode Catalyst – Y. Terui, S. Yokoyama (Tohoku University), S. Tsuchida, R. Seki, Y. Taniguchi, Y. Ueyama (Panasonic Corporation), H. Takahashi, and K. Tohji (Tohoku University) Synthesis of CIGS(Cu(In,Ga)Se2) Photovoltaic Materials in an Aqueous Solution for the Printable Solar Cell Application – M. Takagi (Tohoku Univ.), S. Yokoyama, H. Takahashi, and K. Tohji (Tohoku University) Synthesis of Oxidation-Resistant Copper Nanoparticles for Fabricating Conductive Patterns in Aqueous Solution – I. Suzuki, S. Yokoyama, K. Motomiya, H. Takahashi, and K. Tohji (Tohoku University) Local Structure and in-Situ Average Structure Analysis of LiNi0.8Co0.2O2 Electrode during Charge-Discharge Process By Using Quantum Beam – S. Mikajiri, N. Ishida, N. Kitamura, and Y. Idemoto (Tokyo University of Science) Fabrication of an MWCNT-Reinforced Tin Anode for Use in Lithium Ion Batteries By Electrodeposition in Sulfuric Acid – K. Matsunaga, M. Shimizu, and S. Arai (Shinshu University) Examination of Ion Conduction Mechanism and Electronic Structure in Mg Ion Conductor Mg1-2x(Zr1-xNbx)4(PO4)6 – H. Kuwajima, N. Kitamura, N. Ishida, and Y. Idemoto (Tokyo University of Science) Composition Dependence of Crystal Structure, Electronic Structure, Ferroelectric and Piezoelectric Properties of (K,Na,Li)NbO3 – K. Mizuno, N. Ishida, N. Kitamura, and Y. Idemoto (Tokyo University of Science) Search for Spinel Type Cathode Materials of Magnesium Secondary Battery By FirstPrinciples Calculation and the Battery Properties, Crystal and Electronic Structure of Cathode Material – Y. Mizutani, N. Ishida, N. Kitamura, and Y. Idemoto (Tokyo University of Science) Monitoring Ammonium Ions in Oral Microbiome – J. G. Ummadi, C. B. Bahro, and D. Koley (Oregon State University) Surface Roughening Process of Nickel Electrodes for Application of Supercapacitors – S. Lee, D. Choi, E. Jung, and Y. Son (Department of Chemistry, Sungkyunkwan University) 4-(Trimethylsiloxy)-3-Pentene-2-One As a Novel Film-Forming Agent for High-Voltage LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 Positive Electrode – T. J. Lee, J. B. Lee, J. Jung, J. Soon (Seoul National University), J. H. Ryu (Korea Polytechnic University), and S. M. Oh (Seoul National University)

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Dental Amalgam As an Electrode Material for the Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide – M. Park, S. Yoon, J. Kim, and W. Shin (Department of Chemistry, Sogang University) Anion Conducting Multiblock Copolymers – L. Liu, J. M. Ahlfield, and P. A. Kohl (Georgia Institute of Technology) The Effect of Metal Oxide Supports on the Activity of Pt-Ru Towards Methanol Electrooxidation – B. A. Tavakoli (University of South Carolina), R. E. Fuentes (Savannah River National Laboratory), S. Tan (Georgia Institute of Technology), C. Williams, and J. W. Weidner (University of South Carolina) Fabrication and Electrochemical Evaluation of Tin Plated Three-Dimensional Copper Nanostructured Anode for Lithium Ion Battery – M. Munkhbat, M. Shimizu, and S. Arai (Shinshu University) Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) to Diagnose the Effect of Particle Morphology and As a Tool to Model the Aging Process of Li Batteries – W. Wakem, B. Rajabloo, M. Desilets, and G. M. Brisard (Université de Sherbrooke) a Study on Degradation of Ni-YSZ Anode Materials in Terms of Redox Stability for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – J. W. Park, Y. T. Park, S. H. Lee, and K. T. Lee (Chonbuk National University) Rechargaeble Organic Batteries Using Naphthazarin Derivatives: The Effect of Chloro-Substituents on the Battery Performance – S. Umetani (Kansai University, AIST), M. Yao, H. Ando (AIST, Kansai University), T. Kiyobayashi, N. Takeichi (AIST), R. Kondo, and H. T. Takeshita (Kansai University) Electrochemical Properties of High-Voltage Spinel Positive Electrodes Prepared with Non-Fluorine PAN-Based Binders – S. Tanaka (Tokyo Denki Univ.), T. Narutomi, S. Suzuki (Denka Co., Ltd.), and N. Yabuuchi (Tokyo Denki Univ.) Fabrication of Symmetrical La0.7Ca0.3Cr0.8Mn0.2O3-d Electrode ScaffoldType Micro Tubular Solid Oxide Fuel Cells By Electrophoretic Deposition – S. H. Lee, Y. T. Park, J. W. Park, and K. T. Lee (Chonbuk National University) Electrochemical Fabrication of Gold Nanoparticle Catalyst on CNTs for Glucose Fuel Cells – Y. Hiraide, S. Arai (Shinshu University), and T. Fujinami (Electroplating Engineers of Japan Ltd.) Construction of Lithium-Ion Battery Tin Anode Utilizing Cu/CNT Composite Plating Method – M. Kobayashi, M. Shimizu, and S. Arai (Shinshu University) Enhancement in Chemical Stability of Proton Conducting Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cell (SOECs) – J. Y. Park, M. Saqib, K. Y. Park, and T. H. Lee (Sejong University) Oxygen Evolution and Reduction Activity of Perovskite-Based Oxide Catalysts – J. Y. Park, N. I. Kim, S. R. Choi, S. W. Lee, and R. A. Afzal (Sejong University) Selective Copper Electrodeposition to a 3D Copper Nanostructure – Y. Kobayashi and S. Arai (Shinshu University) Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Ru-Core@Pt-Shell Nanosheet Anode Catalyst: High Activity and Durability for Hydrogen Oxidation Reaction in the Presence of CO – D. Takimoto, T. Ohnishi, J. Nutariya, Z. Shen, Y. Ayato (Shinshu University), D. Mochizuki (Shinshu university), A. Demortiere (LRCS Amiens - CNRS), A. Boulineau (CEA Grenoble - LITEN), and W. Sugimoto (Shinshu University) Local Mass Transport Resistance of LowLoaded PEM Fuel-Cell Catalyst-Layers – A. T. S. Freiberg (Technical University of Munich), T. Schuler, M. C. Tucker (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), M. Secanell (University of Alberta), and A. Z. Weber (JCAP/ESDRD Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Electrochemical Lithium Recovery from Aqueous Sources – W. J. Chung, C. P. Lawagon, G. M. Nisola, H. Gebreegziabher, J. Albarico, and S. P. Lee (Myongji University) Polymer Supported Metal-Salen Catalysts in Mediated Electrohydrocyclization Reactions – B. Clendenin and J. A. Miranda (Sacramento State University) Pitting Corrosion Behavior of Zirconium in a Simulated Body Fluid Containing Chloride Ions – J. Tsukada, Y. Tsutsumi, M. Ashida, P. Chen, H. Doi (Tokyo Medical and Dental University), Y. Sugawara, I. Muto, N. Hara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University), and T. Hanawa (Tokyo Medical and Dental University) High Rate TiO2(B) Electrodes Derived from TiO2 Nanosheets with Different Size – T. Yoshida, S. Makino, Y. Ayato, D. Mochizuki, and W. Sugimoto (Shinshu University) Electrochemical Manipulation of Living Cells Supported By Polymeric Nanosheets – J. Suzuki, T. Kondo (Graduate School of Engineering Tohoku University), N. Nagai (Graduate School of Medicine Tohoku University), M. Nishizawa (Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University), T. Abe (Graduate School of Medicine Tohoku University), and H. Kaji (Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University) Synthesis, Crystal Structure Analysis and Electrochemical Properties of MgxNi1-XO2. – S. Ando, N. Ishida, N. Kitamura, and Y. Idemoto (Tokyo University of Science) Bottom-Gate Self-Aligned Homojunction TFT with Double Oxide Semiconducting Layers – H. I. Yeom (KAIST), C. S. Hwang (ETRI), and S. H. K. Park (KAIST) Correlation Between Calcination Temperature and Bifunctional Catalytic Activity for Oxygen Electrode Reaction of Pyrochlore Type Metal Oxide Containing Bi and Ru – M. Eto, T. Kinumoto, K. Ono, T. Tsumura, and M. Toyoda (Oita University) Site-Selective Etching of Silver Nanocubes on TiO2 By Plasmon-Induced Charge Separation – K. Saito, I. Tanabe, and T. Tatsuma (Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo) Electrocatalytic Activity for Oxygen Reduction Reaction of Electrochemically Prepared Ni Core - Pt Shell Nanoparticles – M. Ueda and T. Kondo (Ochanomizu University)

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The Effect of Centrifugation Method for the Large Particle Removal from CMP Slurry – J. Yoo (Samsung Institute of Technology, Samsung Electronics), D. Lee, H. Yoon, J. Jeon, K. Kim, and H. Hwang (Samsung Electronics) Electrochemical CO2 reduction on EC Tag (Cu) Supported Carbon Electrode – A. Kawano, Y. Takatsuji (Kyusyu Institute of Technology), and T. Haruyama (Kyushu Institute of Technology) Facile Synthesis of Cobalt-Copper Layered Double Hydroxide Nanosheets As Cathode Catalysts for Rechargeable Lithium-Air Batteries – H. Shi, Y. Liu, and Z. Lu (South University of Science and Technology of China) Improvement in Cycling Stability of Aqueous Organic Redox Capacitor Via Interface Control – K. Hanzawa, H. Saito, T. Tomai, and I. Honma (IMRAM, Tohoku University) Synthesis of Atomically Thin Pt Monolayer on HOPG – E. Kuroiwa, D. Takimoto (Shinshu University), J. Nutariya (Shinshu University, Ubon Ratchatani University), Z. Shen, Y. Ayato, D. Mochizuki, and W. Sugimoto (Shinshu University) Electrochemical Accesebility of Platinum Nanoparticles Supported on Anatase TiO2 Using Conductive Carbon Additives – S. Sato, T. Ishida, Y. Ayato, D. Mochizuki, and W. Sugimoto (Shinshu University) Development of Nanoparticle Catalysts for Electrochemical Ammonia Production – S. L. Foster (University of Arkansas), J. N. Renner, K. E. Ayers (Proton OnSite), A. M. Herring (Colorado School of Mines), and L. F. Greenlee (University of Arkansas) Synthesis of Nanocatalysts with Non-Precious Metals for Efficient Oxygen Evolution Reaction (OER) Catalysis – P. Acharya and L. F. Greenlee (University of Arkansas) ‘’one-Pot’’ Graphene Sheets Functionalization during the Electrochemical Exfoliation of Graphite – D. B. Ossonon and D. Bélanger (Université du Québec à Montréal) Liquid-Phase Synthesis of Argyrodite-Type Li6PS5Br Solid Electrolyte with High LithiumIon Conductivity – S. Yubuchi (Graduate School of Engineering), A. Hayashi (Osaka Prefecture University), and M. Tatsumisago (Graduate School of Engineering) Efficient Sterilization with Reactive Oxygen Produced By Radical Vapor Reactor (RVR) – S. Ishikawa, N. Miyori, and T. Haruyama (Kyushu Institute of Technology) Molecular Carrier-Gox Fusion Protein for Electro-Catalytic Reaction – H. Ikeuchi, R. Yamasaki, and T. Haruyama (Kyushu Institute of Technology) Temperature Dependence of Local Structure of Layered Cathode Material 0.4Li2MnO30.6LiMn1/3Ni1/3Co1/3O2 during Charge and Discharge Process – T. Hiranuma, N. Ishida, N. Kitamura, and Y. Idemoto (Tokyo University of Science)

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CFD Analysis of Aggregation and Breakage of Li-Ion Precursor in Taylor-Reactor – S. H. Lee (School of Mechanical Eng., Seoul National University), D. H. Jeon (Dep. of Mechanical System Eng., Dongguk University), and J. H. Song (Research Institute of Industrial Science and Technology) Layer-By-Layer Construction of ThreeDimensional MOF [Cu2(bdc)2dabco]n on Au Surface – M. Hase (Ochanomizu University), W. J. Chun (International Christian University), and T. Kondo (Ochanomizu University) Pt-Ni Nanoparticle-Supported Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube Prepared By One-Pot Pyrolysis Method in Room-Temperature Ionic Liquids – Y. Yao, R. Izumi, T. Sakamoto, T. Tsuda, and S. Kuwabata (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University) Facile Synthesis and Electrochemical Investigation of Na0.67Mn0.65Fe0.20Ni0.15O2: A Positive Electrode Material for Na-Ion Batteries – B. Kishore, R. Viswanatha, G. Venkatesh, and N. Munichandraiah (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore) Study of Nafion Membrane below Freezing Temperature By Using Near InfraredSpectroscopy and Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – Y. Kouno (Graduate school of engineering, Hokkaido University), H. Matsushima, T. Ohtsuka, and M. Ueda (Hokkaido University) Evaluation of Al and Al Alloy Films Formed By Electrochemical Method – K. Matsubara (Sciece and Engineering, Kanto Gakuin University.), Y. Ito, K. Yanai, S. Fujimori, R. Sumiyoshi, N. Watanabe (Science and Engineering, Kanto Gakuin University.), and I. Koiwa (Kanto Gakuin University) Influence of Hydrogen Adsorption on Electrodeposition of Platinum from Chloro Complex Solution – A. Yokoyama (University of Hyogo), T. Hagihara (University of Hyogo, Shinko Seiki co., ltd.), N. Fukumuro, and S. Yae (University of Hyogo) Aluminum Secondary Battery Utilizing Graphite-Leaf Powder As an Active Material for Positive Electrode – Y. Uemura, C. Y. Chen, T. Tsuda, and S. Kuwabata (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University) In Situ SEM Study on Electrochemical Lithiation/Delithiation Behavior of Silicon Anodes with Polyimide Binder – A. Sawamura, T. Sano (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University), S. Uchida, M. Yamagata, M. Ishikawa (Kansai University), C. Y. Chen (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University), H. Matsumoto (AIST), T. Tsuda, and S. Kuwabata (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University) Sweat Lactic Acid Monitoring System for Assessment of Exercise Intensity – K. Enomoto, Y. Jingushi, and H. Kudo (Meiji University) Mechanistic Study of Methanol Oxidation over Platinum Electrode in Alkaline Aqueous Solutions – R. Kubota, T. Okanishi, H. Muroyama, T. Matsui, and K. Eguchi (Kyoto University)

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A Study on Making a Stable Loop Profile and Improving Bonding Time in Wire Bonding Process – K. Nam, J. Ryu (Samsung Institute of Technology, Samsung Electronics Co), S. Lee (Samsung Electronics Co., Sungkyunkwan University), and H. Kim (Samsung Electronics Co) A Study on Contamination Control of Fume By Analyzation of Air Current – S. Lee (Samsung Institute of Technology, Samsung Electronics), B. Kim (Samsung Electronics), S. Park (Sungkyunkwan University, Samsung Electronics), S. Choi, and T. Yoon (Samsung Electronics) Cathode Properties of PerovskiteType Strontium Ferrite for Magnesium Rechargeable Batteries – Y. Kubota, M. Hibino, Y. Ogasawara, K. Yamaguchi, and N. Mizuno (The University of Tokyo) Synthetic Variations of Hollow Graphene Nanoshells for Li-Ion Battery Anode – K. R. McKenzie Jr., N. A. Banek, K. A. Hays, and M. J. Wagner (The George Washington University) Preparation of Pt/Carbon-Sphere As Cathode Catalyst of PEFC – K. Sakakibara and T. Saida (Meijo University) Investigation of the Sodiation and Desodiation of Hard Carbon By Electrochemical Testing and X-Ray Computed Tomography – D. Ledwoch, P. Adamson (SHARP Laboratories of Europe Ltd, UK), D. J. L. Brett, P. R. Shearing (University College London), and E. Kendrick (SHARP Laboratories of Europe Ltd, UK) In-Situ Analysis of the in-Plane Current Distributions in an Electrolyte-Supported Planar Solid Oxide Fuel Cell By Segmented Electrodes – T. Ochiai (Department of Hydrogen Energy Systems, Kyushu University), H. Nakajima (Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kyushu University), T. Karimata (Undergraduate School of Engineering, Kyushu University), T. Kitahara (Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kyushu University), K. Ito (Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kyushu University, I2CNER, Kyushu University), Y. Ogura, and J. Shimano (Fuel Cell Technology Group, TOHO GAS CO., LTD.) Facile Synthesis of Low and Non-Precious Metal Nanocatalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Fuel Cells – S. Fu, C. Zhu, J. Song, D. Du, and Y. Lin (Washington State University) Polybenzimidazoles for Hydrogen Generation in the Hybrid Sulfur Electrolyzer – T. R. Garrick, C. H. Wilkins, A. T. Pingitore, B. C. Benicewicz, and J. W. Weidner (University of South Carolina) Fabrication and Characterization of Composite Membranes for Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries – S. M. Park, S. H. Lee (Yeungnam University), and H. Kim (Y) Electrochromic Devices Fabricated with Electrolyte Impregnated on Porous Substrate – S. H. Lee, S. M. Park (Yeungnam University), and H. Kim (Y)

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Synthesis and Evaluation of Heat-Resistant Silver-Platinum Alloy Nanoprisms for Application in Cancer Therapy and Imaging – M. Kato, K. Sugawa, and J. Otsuki (Nihon University) Lithium - Redox Battery Using a Solvate Ionic Liquid – M. Sugiyama, N. Tachikawa, K. Yoshii, and Y. Katayama (Keio University) Operando Observation of Cobalt Catalysts for Oxygen Evolution By Electrochemical XAFS Technique Using Soft X-Ray – Y. Mitsutomi, M. Yoshida (Keio University), M. Nagasaka, H. Yuzawa, N. Kosugi (Institute for Molecular Science), and H. Kondoh (Keio University) Fluorescence Enhancement and Quenching Properties of Dyes Positioned on Plasmonic Copper Arrays: Comparision with Those on Plasmonic Gold Arrays – H. Takeda, N. Tsunenari, K. Sugawa, and J. Otsuki (Nihon University) Electropolymerization of Thiophene in a Bis(fluorosulfonyl)Amide Based Phosphonium Ionic Liquid – K. Nishihata, K. Tsunashima (National Institute of Technology Wakayama College), Y. Ono (University of Toyama), and M. Matsumiya (Yokohama National University) Preparation of Large Pore Volume Carbon Materials for High Performance Li-S Battery – Y. Cui, A. Baker (Harbin Institute of Technology Shenzhen Graduate School), K. Huang (University of South Carolina), J. Wu (Harbin Institute of Technology Shenzhen Graduate School), and X. Zhang (McNair Technology Company, Limited, Dongguan City) In-Situ XAFS Measurement of K:MnOx Oxygen Evolution Catalyst – F. Yamamoto, M. Yoshida, and H. Kondoh (Keio University) Physical and Electrochemical Properties of Ionic Liquids Based on Quaternary Phosphonium Cations and Carboxylate Anions As Electrolytes – J. Shimada, K. Tsunashima, M. Ue (National Institute of Technology Wakayama College), K. Iwasaki, T. Tsuda, S. Kuwabata (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University), N. Hirai, H. Kanematsu, T. Kogo, and A. Ogawa (National Institute of Technology Suzuka College) Studies on Energy Transfer Between Gold Nanoparticles and Quantum Dots – K. Sato, E. Shimomura, T. Uematsu (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University), T. Torimoto (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University), and S. Kuwabata (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University) Carbon Nanotube Composite Electrodes Toward All Solid Alkali Metal Ion Batteries – Y. Sakamoto, L. Canghao, Y. Ishii (Nagoya institute of technology), and S. Kawasaki (NIT) Electrochemical Surface Treatment for Controlling the Release of Silver Ion As Antibacterial Agent on Titanium – M. Shimabukuro, Y. Tsutsumi, M. Ashida, P. Chen, H. Doi, and T. Hanawa (Tokyo Medical and Dental University) Electrocatalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction Synthesized from Co-Facial Cobalt Porphyrin and Graphene Oxide – T. Yoneuchi, M. Kato, and I. Yagi (Hokkaido University) 169

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Electrochemical Formation and Characterization of Cuprous Oxide Films on n-Type InP Porous Structures – S. Omi, Y. Kumazaki, and T. Sato (Hokkaido University) Spontaneous Motion of Oil Droplets on Au Electrode during Sn Electrodeposition in Nitric Acid Solutions – Y. Ishibashi and Y. Mukouyama (Tokyo Denki University) Effects of Alkali Metal Ions on H2O2 Reduction Current at Pt Electrodes – D. Hara, H. Kawasaki, M. Kikuchi, Y. Yamada (Tokyo Denki University), S. Nakanishi (Osaka University), and Y. Mukouyama (Tokyo Denki University) Bifurcation Behavior in Oscillations during H2O2 Reduction at Pt Electrodes – H. Kawasaki, D. Hara, M. Kikuchi, Y. Yamada (Tokyo Denki University), S. Nakanishi (Osaka University), and Y. Mukouyama (Tokyo Denki University) N-Shaped Negative Differential Resistance in Nitrate Reduction Reactions on Cu Electrode – T. Kuge, Y. Yamada (Tokyo Denki University), S. Nakanishi (Osaka University), and Y. Mukouyama (Tokyo Denki University) Potential Oscillations during Oxidation of Methanol on Pt Electrode in the Absence of Water – S. Yamaguchi, T. Kuge, and Y. Mukouyama (Tokyo Denki University) Fabrication of Electrochemically Controllable Micropumping System Based on Concentration Gradient of Protons Between Two Gold Microelectrodes – H. Fujiwara, I. Shitanda, Y. Hoshi, M. Itagaki, and M. Motosuke (Tokyo University of Science) Minimally Invasive Wearable Patch Device for Measurement of Interstitial Fluid Content – J. Kubota, K. Nagamine, H. Kai, H. Kaji, and M. Nishizawa (Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University) Screen-Printed Paper-Based Impedimetric Sensor Using Flexible Silver Ink for Sweat Conductivity Measurement – K. Watanabe, I. Shitanda, Y. Hoshi, and M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science) Development of New Electrolytes for Electropolishing of Niobium – S. Kawamura, H. Yashiro (Iwate University), Y. Ida, K. Nii (Marui Galvanizing Co., Ltd.), H. Monjushiro (High Energy Accelerator Research Organization), and S. Z. Kure-Chu (Dept. of Chemistry and Bioengineering, Iwate University) Operando X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy Measurement Studies on Oxygen Reduction Reaction of Ionic-Liquid-Encapsulated Pd/Pt Core Shell Catalysts – Y. Horie, S. Uemoto, J. Ishihara, K. Yamamoto (Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), Y. Orikasa (Department of Applied Chemistry, Ritsumeikan University), and Y. Uchimoto (Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University) Development of the Electric Device for Skin Barrier Healing – M. Nakabayashi, Y. Abe, K. Nagamine, H. Kai (Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University), T. Yamauchi, K. Yamasaki (Graduate School of Medicine, Tohoku University), and M. Nishizawa (Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University)

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Development of an Intrinsically Stretchable Electrochromic Display with a Composite of Poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) and Polyurethane – W. Suda, Y. Kato, K. Nagamine, H. Kai, and M. Nishizawa (Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University) The Enhancement of the Interface Reaction in LiFePO4 Two-Phase System – E. Kato, T. Yoshinari (Kyoto University, Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies), K. Yamamoto (Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies), T. Mori (Kyoto University, Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies), Y. Orikasa (Department of Applied Chemistry, Ritsumeikan University), K. Nakanishi (Office of Society-Academia Collaboration for Innovation, Kyoto University), and Y. Uchimoto (Kyoto University, Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University) Development of Miniaturized Nongassing Electroosmotic Pump for the Drug Delivery – E. Zhu (Sogang University) and W. Shin (Department of Chemistry, Sogang University) Deposition and Dissolution of Lithium through a Lithium Carbonate Thin Film in an Ionic Liquid Electrolyte – H. Kotake, N. Tachikawa, K. Yoshii, and Y. Katayama (Keio University) In Situ X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopic Studies on Proton Conduction Mechanism of Zr, Y Co-Doped Barium Cerate for Organic Hydride Fuel Cell Operating at Intermediate Temperature – T. Yahara, Y. Imanishi, A. Watanabe, T. Mori, K. Yamamoto (Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), Y. Orikasa (Department of Applied Chemistry, Ritsumeikan University), T. Ina (Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research Institute), K. Amezawa (Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan), and Y. Uchimoto (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University, Kyoto University) Phase Transition Dynamics of LiFePO4 Via Intermediate Phase By Using Molten Salt Electrolyte – T. Munesada, K. Otani, T. Mori (Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), Y. Orikasa (Department of Applied Chemistry, Ritsumeikan University), Y. Koyama, K. Ohara, K. Fukuda (Office of SocietyAcademia Collaboration for Innovation, Kyoto University), T. Nohira (Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto University), R. Hagiwara (Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University), and Y. Uchimoto (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University, Kyoto University)

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X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopic Analysis of Li3PS4 Glass-Carbon Composite Cathodes for All-Solid-State Lithium Secondary Battery – K. Saito, T. Mori (Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), Y. Orikasa (Department of Applied Chemistry, Ritsumeikan University), T. Hakari, M. Deguchi, A. Hayashi, M. Tatsumisago (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka Prefecture University), K. Mitsuhara (SR center, Ritsumeikan University), T. Ohta (Ritsumeikan University), Y. Kowada (Hyogo University of Teacher Education), and Y. Uchimoto (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University, Kyoto University) An Assessment of Copper Electrodeposition into Bakky-Pepar Consisted of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube – K. Kirihata (Shinshu Univercity), S. Arai (Shinshu University), A. Katada, M. Hirota, and M. Uejima (ZEON CORPORATION) Single Cell Performance of PEFC Using the Surface-Treated Stainless Steel Bipolar Plate – T. Ozawa, H. Yashiro (Iwate University), M. Kumagai (NACHI-FUJIKOSHI CORP), I. Yoshino (NACHI-FUJIKOSHI CORP.), M. Hatakeyama, and S. Sunada (Toyama University) Development of Air-Stable n-Type Thermoelectric Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Doped By Benzimidazole Drivative – Y. Nakashima, T. Fujigaya, and N. Nakashima (Kyushu University, Japan) Fabrication of Nitrogen-Doped Porous Carbon from Covalent Organic Frameworks and the Electrocatalytic Activities for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – G. Kim (Department of Applied Chemistry, Kyushu university), T. Shiraki (Department of Applied Chemistry, Kyushu University), and N. Nakashima (Kyushu University, WPI-I2CNER) Electrochemical and Crystalstructural Analysis of Intermediate Phase Behavior in CoSubstituted LiFePO4 with Reduced Lattice Mismatch – N. Hamaguchi (Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), T. Yoshinari (Kyoto University, Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies), Y. Orikasa (Department of Applied Chemistry, Ritsumeikan University), M. Nishijima, K. Ohira, S. Esaki, T. Sueki, T. Ootani, Y. Kamimura (SHARP CORPORATION), K. Ohara, K. Fukuda, Y. Koyama (Kyoto University, Office of Society-Academia Collaboration for Innovation), Z. Ogumi (Office of SocietyAcademia Collaboration for Innovation, Kyoto University), and Y. Uchimoto (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University, Kyoto University) Application of Ionic Liquid Electrolyte to Lithium Ion Capacitor Based on Electrodes with Porous Three-Dimensional Current Collector – N. Hirota (Kansai University), K. Okuno, M. Majima (Sumitomo Electric Industries), S. Uchida, M. Yamagata, and M. Ishikawa (Kansai University)

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Electrical and Structural Properties of Bi-Substituted La2Mo2O9 Annealed at Intermediate Temperature – Y. W. Liao (Kyoto University), S. Takai, T. Yabutsuka (Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University), W. J. Chen (National Yunlin University of Science & Technology), and T. Yao (National Institute of Technology, Kagawa College) Degradation Phenomenon of Ni-YSZ Anode Support Cells Under Various Operating Conditions – J. Y. Park, Y. Kim, and M. Saqib (Sejong University) Charge-Discharge Characteristics of Sulfur Positive Electrode with Highly Capacitive Micro-Porous Carbon from N-Doped Carbon Precursor – S. Usuki, M. Yamagata, S. Uchida (Kansai University), H. Hinago (Asahi Kasei Corporation), and M. Ishikawa (Kansai University) Operando Observation and Analysis of Reaction Distribution in Composite Electrodes for All-Solid-State Lithium Ion Batteries – S. Shinjo (Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), T. Mori, K. Yamamoto (Kyoto University, Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies), Y. Orikasa (Department of Applied Chemistry, Ritsumeikan University), A. Sakuda, K. Kuratani, T. Takeuchi (AIST), Y. Kimura, T. Nakamura, K. Amezawa (Tohoku University), and Y. Uchimoto (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University, Kyoto University) Development of a Software to Analyze the Dispersion State of Particles on a Flat Substrate – K. Ooya, H. Shiroishi, and Y. Harada (National Institute of Technology, Tokyo College) Effect of Electrode Pressing Process on the Electrode Characteristics of LiCoO2 Cathode. – T. Kobayashi (Science and Engineering, Kanto Gakuin University), H. Nara, D. Mukoyama (Research Organ. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.), I. Koiwa (Kanto Gakuin University), T. Momma (Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University), and T. Osaka (Research Organ. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.) Chiral Sensing of Glucose Using Porous PtModified Electrodes Exposing Pt High-Index Planes – T. Matsuzawa and M. Matsunaga (Chuo University, Japan) Thermoelectric Properties of Electrodeposited Bismuth Telluride Thin Films By Electron Beam Irradiation and Thermal Annealing – D. Takemori and M. Takashiri (Tokai University) Preparration and Electrochemical Characteristics of the LiMn2O4/Marimo Carbon Composite – H. Gotoh, K. Iwasawa (Ibaraki University), M. Nishitani-Gamo (Toyo university), T. Ando (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)), and M. Eguchi (Ibaraki University) Growth Behavior of ZnO during Discharge of Zinc Negative Electrode – T. Otani, M. Nagata, Y. Fukunaka, and T. Homma (Waseda University)

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Effect of Pulse Frequency on Structural and Thermoelectric Properties of Bismuth Telluride Thin Films By Electrodeposition – M. Okuhata and M. Takashiri (Tokai University) Formation of Positive Composite Electrode By Aerosol Deposition Method for All-Solid-State Rechargeable Lithium Batteries – K. Kozuka, K. Nitta, M. Shoji, T. Kimura, H. Munakata, and K. Kanamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University) Preparation of Electrolyte Membrane Composite Composed of Ionic Liquid and Porous Polyimide for Non-Humidified Intermediate-Temperature Fuel Cell – S. Kikuchi, S. Hashizume, H. Munakata, and K. Kanamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University) Electrochemical Oxidation and Reduction of Carbonaceous Materials and Their Electrochemical Properties – K. Mikata, K. Miyazaki, T. Fukutsuka, and T. Abe (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University) Pt Supported on Titanium Nitride/Graphene Nanocomposite As a Beneficial Catalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Acidic and Alkaline Solutions – E. Yousefi (Sharif University of Technology, Iwate University), E. Yousefi (Amirkabir University of Technology), M. Ghorbani, A. Dolati (Sharif University of Technology), and H. Yashiro (Iwate University) Rechargable Lithium-Air – M. K. Christensen (DTU Energy, Technical University of Denmark), M. M. Storm (DTU energy,Technical University of Denmark), and P. Norby (Technical University of Denmark) Synthesis of High Surface Area MagneliPhase Ti5O9 from SiO2 Supported TiO2 Nanosheets – Y. Toda, S. Makino, Y. Ayato, D. Mochizuki (Shinshu University), S. Tominaka (National Institute for Materials Science), and W. Sugimoto (Shinshu University) Cathode Composite Films for Oxide-Based All-Solid-State Rechargeable Lithium Batteries Prepared By Aerosol Deposition at Room Temperature – Y. Kani, S. Suzuki, T. Kato, M. Motoyama, and Y. Iriyama (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University) Consecutive Phase Transition of Lattice Strain Controlled LiFePO4 for High-Power Li-Ion Batteries – R. Yamamoto (Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), T. Yoshinari (Kyoto University, Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies), Y. Orikasa (Department of Applied Chemistry, Ritsumeikan University), M. Nishijima, K. Ohira, S. Esaki, T. Sueki, T. Ootani, Y. Kamimura (SHARP CORPORATION), K. Ohara, K. Fukuda, Y. Koyama (Kyoto University, Office of SocietyAcademia Collaboration for Innovation), Z. Ogumi (Kyoto University), and Y. Uchimoto (Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University)

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CMOS-Based Amperometric Sensor Utilizing Redox-Cycling Technique for Selective Detection of Dopamine from PC12 Spheroids – H. Abe, K. Ino, Y. Kanno, K. Y. Inoue (Grad. School of Environmental Studies, Tohoku University), R. Kunikata, A. Suda (Japan Aviation Electronics Industry, Limited), M. Matsudaira (Micro System Integration Center, Tohoku University), H. Shiku (Grad. School of Engineering, Tohoku University), and T. Matsue (AIMR, Tohoku University, Grad. School of Environmental Studies, Tohoku University) Numerical Analysis of Vanadium Ion Crossover Phenomena in All-Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries Based on the Concentrated Solution Theory – M. Moazzam, K. Oh, and H. Ju (Inha University) Noncovalent Functionalization of Quinone Derivatives on 2D Graphene for High Performance Pseudocapacitive Electrodes – M. Boota (Drexel University), C. Chen (Drexel University, Huazhong University of Science and Technology), M. Bécuwe (Laboratoire de Réactivité et Chimie des Solides, UMR 7314), L. Miao (Huazhong University of Science and Technology), and Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University) Electrodeposition of ZnO from Acetate Bath for Thermoelectric Devices – H. Matsuo, K. Yoshitoku, D. Furuyama (Dept. of Applied Chemistry, Waseda University), M. Saito (Res. Org. for Nano&Life Innovation, Waseda University), and T. Homma (Dept. of Applied Chemistry, Waseda University, Res. Org. for Nano&Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.) Electronic Conductivity Measurements for LixNi0.45Mn1.5Cr0.05O4 (0 < x < 2) Thin Films – M. Sato (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University), M. Motoyama (JSTALCA), and Y. Iriyama (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University) Influence of Cathode Catalyst Layer Structure on PEFC Performance Using TwoDimensional Carbon Support for Pt Catalyst – K. Kachi, I. Shimada, M. Osada, N. Takahashi, and H. Fukunaga (Shinshu University) The Effects of Adding Heteropolyacids to Phosphoric Acid Doped Polybenzimidazole for Enhanced Conductivity in High Temperature Fuel Cell Applications – V. Nguyen (Colorado School of Mines), H. A. Hjuler, T. Steenberg (Danish Power Systems), and A. M. Herring (Colorado School of Mines) Nanostructured Microcantilevers for the Sensing of Volatile Organic Compounds – R. J. McNeilly and K. M. Hansen (University of Dayton) Developing a Sensitive in-Situ Rotating Ring Disk Electrode (RRDE) Detection Method for Understanding the Deactivation of Cu Catalysts during CO2 Electroreduction – F. Zhang, E. J. Coleman, and A. C. Co (The Ohio State University) Optimization of Cathode Catalyst Layer of PEFC Using Silk-Derived Activated Carbon By 2-Step Mixing Method Introduction – N. Anto, K. Kushibiki, I. Shimada, M. Osada, N. Takahashi, and H. Fukunaga (Shinshu University) Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Temperature Dependence of Effective Thickness of Ni-GDC Anode for SOFC – H. Kikuchi, H. Tamura, I. Shimada, M. Osada, N. Takahashi, and H. Fukunaga (Shinshu University) Electrodeposition of Cumn from a Deep Eutectic Electrolyte – P. W. Wu, W. S. Chiang, C. Y. Hsu, T. W. Chung (National Chiao Tung University), P. C. Chen (National Taipei University of Technology), Y. Dordi, and A. Joi (Lam Research Corporation) Atomic-Scale Mechanisms for Electrolyte Decomposition in Li-Ion Battery Cathodes – M. Fuhst (University of Michigan) and D. J. Siegel (Technical University of Denmark) Analysis of Electrochemical Behavior of Carbon Nanomaterials Doped with Sulfur and Their Use As Support of Pt Nanoparticles – E. Montiel-Macias (Instituto Tecnologico de Cancun), P. B. Balbuena (Texas A&M University), A. M. Valenzuela-Muñiz (Instituto Tecnologico de Cancun), and Y. Verde Gómez (Instituto Tecnológico de Cancún) Acid Stable Bismuth Vanadate for Photo Electrochemical Chlorine Production – A. Rassoolkhani, W. Cheng, K. Nguyen (University of Iowa), G. Young (University of iowa), S. Tentinger, A. McKee, M. Hemingway, and S. Mubeen (University of Iowa) Estimation of the Cathodic Overpotential for the Double Layer Structure in Pemfcs Using MD – L. E. Nuñez Toledo (Universidad Nacional de Colombia) and R. E. Ribadeneira Paz (Universidad Nacional de Colombia Sede Medellín) Dual Electrolyte Hybrid Supercapacitor Using Liquid-Liquid Interface – H. Sakata, S. Makino, Y. Ayato, D. Mochizuki, H. Tatsumi, and W. Sugimoto (Shinshu University) Novel Ir@Pt Core@Shell Nanoparticles As Catalysts for Ethanol Oxidation – J. Slaby, S. Ketabi, E. El Sawy, and V. Birss (University of Calgary) Microscale Fuel Cells for Portable Power Applications – K. L. Miller, M. B. Burbules, S. C. DeLaney, and A. S. Hollinger (Penn State Behrend) Characterization of Proton-Conducting Y(CrO4)1-X(PO4)x As a Cathode Material of Proton-Conducting Ceramic Fuel Cells – K. Kuroda, Y. Aoki, C. Zhu, and H. Habazaki (Hokkaido University) Characterization of Proton-Conducting Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cells Using High Valence State Manganate(V) Ba3(MnO4)2 As an Oxygen Evolution Reaction Electrocatalyst – T. Kobayashi, Y. Aoki, C. Zhu, and H. Habazaki (Hokkaido University) Self-Standing All-Solid-State Lithium Battery Prepared By Electrochemical in-Situ Electrode Growth Method – Y. Sugiura (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University), M. Motoyama (JST-ALCA), and Y. Iriyama (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University) Preparation and Electrochemical Properties of Semi-Perfluoroalkyl Compounds in a LiIon Electrolyte Solution – D. Shimada, Y. Ando, Y. Morita, and H. Okamoto (Yamaguchi University)

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Quasi-Solid-State Dye-Sensitized Solar Cell with Ionic Gel Electrolytes By Semifluorinated Alkoxy Benzene Derivative – B. Cao, Y. Kaneshige, Y. Morita, and H. Okamoto (Yamaguchi University) 500 Hour Investigation of Electroless NiPlated AISI 441 Steel for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Interconnect Applications Under Operating Conditions – J. Ryter, R. Amendola, M. McCleary, P. Gannon (Montana State University - Bozeman), W. J. Shong (Institute of Nuclear Energy Research - Taiwan), P. Piccardo, and R. Spotorno (CNR - Istituto per l’Energetica e le Interfasi - Italy) Vertical Oxide Thin-Film Transistor with Solution-Processed Channel Define Layer – S. H. Lee, H. I. Yeom, J. Y. Choe (KAIST), C. S. Hwang (ETRI), and S. H. K. Park (KAIST) Effect of Dispersion Methods on Oxygen Reduction and Ammonia Oxidation Reactions for Multiwall Carbon Nanotube Supported Pt – Y. Harada, K. Ooya, R. Shirasaka, H. Shiroishi (National Institute of Technology, Tokyo College), M. Nishitani-Gamo (Toyo university), and K. Nagai (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Praseodymium Doped Ceria Oxygen Surface Exchange Coefficient and Film Stress Measurements Via the Curvature Relaxation Technique – Y. Ma and J. D. Nicholas (Michigan State University) Thin Layer Sonoelectrochemistry in Aqueous and Non-Aqueous Systems – N. Rathuwadu, P. Dey, and J. Leddy (University of Iowa) Proton Conducting ZrO2-1.6P2O5 Electrolyte Hybridized with ZnO-2P2O5 for Intermediate Temperature Fuel Cells – K. Ogasawara, H. Shiroishi (National Institute of Technology, Tokyo College), M. Saito (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), and Y. Tanaka (Tokyo University of Science) Multi-Scale Modeling of Lithium-Ion Batteries – G. Gwak and H. Ju (Inha University) Morphology in Porous Silicon Prepared from Si-Nanowires Grown By Electroless Etching – V. H. Velez (University of Central Florida) and K. B. Sundaram (Univ. of Central Florida) Bipolar Membrane Fabrication for Hybrid Acid/Alkaline Fuel Cell Systems – J. M. Ahlfield, L. Liu, and P. A. Kohl (Georgia Institute of Technology) Nanocrystalline Li3V1.9Al0.1(PO4)3 / MultiWalled Carbon Nanotubes Positive Electrode for Hybrid Supercapacitors – N. Okita, K. Kisu, T. Fukami, E. Iwama (Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology), W. Naoi (K & W Inc), P. Rozier, P. Simon (CIRIMAT-CNRS, University of Toulouse III Paul Sabatier, RS2E), and K. Naoi (Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology) Application of Phase Change Material to Increase Solar Panel Efficiency – K. D. Rose Sr. and M. Aggarwal (Alabama A&M University) Development of New Task-Specific Ionic Liquids with an Epoxy Group – K. Kumagai, K. Iwasaki (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University), H. Matsumoto (AIST), T. Tsuda, and S. Kuwabata (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University) 173

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Vertical Distribution of Ammonium Ion Concentration to the Air-Cathode of a Single-Chamber Microbial Fuel Cell – A. Motoyama (Graduate School of Engineering, Gifu University), O. Ichihashi, and K. Hirooka (River Basin Research Center, Gifu University) Electrocatalytic Activity of Pt Nanoparticles Prepared in Biocompatible Ionic Liquids By Accelerated Electron Beam Irradiation – T. Sasaki, T. Tsuda, S. Seino, and S. Kuwabata (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University) Effect of Surface Nanocrystallization on the Sensitization and Desensitization Behaviors of the Novel Super304H Stainless Steel – R. K. Wang (South China University of Technology) 2D Metal Carbide(Ti3C2Tx) Electrochemical Capacitors in Ionic Liquids – M. Alhabeb (A.J Drexel Nanomaterials Institute), K. L. Van Aken (A. J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute), B. Anasori (A.J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute), and Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University) In-Situ Cross-Sectional SEM Observations of Li Plating and Stripping on Oxide-BasedSolid-State Electrolytes – R. Tsukamoto, F. Yonemoto, M. Motoyama, and Y. Iriyama (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University)

Wednesday, October 5 Highlights 0820h ����������� Electronics and Photonics Division Award Address, 307 A (HCC) 0900h ����������� Technical Exhibit opens, Exhibit Hall 2 (HCC) 1000h ����������� Henry B. Linford Award for Distinguished Teaching Address, 327 (HCC) 1000h ����������� Sensor Division Outstanding Achievement Award Address, 306 B (HCC) 1400h ����������� Electrodeposition Division Research Award Address, 305 A (HCC) 1800h ����������� Technical Exhibit, General Poster Session, Exhibit Hall 2 (HCC)

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A High-Performance Asymmetric ZnO/αFe2O3//ZnO/C Supercapacitor with Core-Shell Nano-Rods – D. Sarkar, A. K. Shukla, and D. D. Sarma (Indian Institute of Science) Studies of the Electrode/Electrolyte Interface in Magnesium Batteries Using Ambient Pressure X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy – Y. Yu (Advanced Light Source, LBNL, Dept. of Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Maryland), C. Valero-Vidal (Advanced Light Source, LBNL, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), A. Baskin (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), N. T. Hahn, K. R. Zavadil (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Sandia National Laboratories), B. W. Eichhorn (Dept. of Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Maryland), D. Prendergast (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), and E. J. Crumlin (Advanced Light Source, LBNL, Advanced Light Source LBNL) Real-Time Observations of Electrochemical Reactions in Rechargeable Energy Storage Systems – R. Shahbazian-Yassar (University of Illinois at Chicago)

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Honeycomb Ordering to Trigger Stable Oxygen Redox Chemistry in Layered Cathode – M. Okubo, B. Mortemard de Boisse, G. Liu, J. Ma, S. Nishimura, S. C. Chung (Department of Chem. System Eng., The University of Tokyo), H. Kiuchi (Department of Appl. Chem., The University of Tokyo), Y. Harada (ISSP, The University of Tokyo), J. Kikkawa (National Institute for Materials Science), and A. Yamada (Department of Chem. System Eng., The University of Tokyo) Enhancing the Kinetics of Lithium/Sodium Transition Metal Orthosilicate Cathodes through Tuning the Crystallographic Habits – Z. Ding (Central South University), D. G. Ivey (University of Alberta), and W. Wei (Central South University) Prussian Blue with Different Synthesis Temperature as Cathode for Sodium-Ion Batteries – Y. Yang, Y. X. Min (Shanghai Jiao Tong University), W. Hong (Shanghai Electrochemical Energy Devices Research Center), X. Z. Liao, and Z. F. Ma (Shanghai Jiao Tong University) Break Electrochemical Sodium-Ion Intercalation Reaction at Graphite Electrodes – Y. Kondo, T. Fukutsuka (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University), K. Miyazaki, and T. Abe (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University, ESICB, Kyoto University) Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Study of Alkali-Metal Insertion Processes on Hard Carbon Electrodes – R. Väli, A. Jänes, R. Kanarbik, and E. Lust (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu) Natural Polymer Derived Carbon Microsphere Anode for Alkali-Ion Batteries – C. Chen, Y. Huang, and J. Xie (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) Development of a Lower Temperature Operating Sodium Beta-Alumina Battery (LT-NBB): Strategies and Technical Challenges – K. Jung, Y. C. Park, N. Cho, S. Son (Research Institute of Industrial Science and Technology), Y. Lee (Gyeongsang National University), C. S. Kim (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee), G. Kim, D. Jin, W. Shim (Yonsei University), G. Li, and V. Sprenkle (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) Advanced Na Batteries Using β″-Alumina Solid-State Electrolytes – G. Li, H. J. Chang, X. Lu, and V. Sprenkle (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) A Simple and Low-Cost Method to Fabricate Beta-Alumina Solid Electrolyte (BASE) for Na Battery Applications – X. Lu, G. Li, K. Meinhardt, and V. Sprenkle (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

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Solid State Batteries and Novel Architectures – 13:40 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Daniel A. Steingart and Martin Finsterbusch 13:40

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The Re-Discovery of ScandiumSubstituted Na3Zr2(SiO4)2(PO4) – Q. Ma (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, IEK-1), M. Guin (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), S. Naqash, C. L. Tsai (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, IEK-1), F. Tietz (Institute for Energy and Climate Research (IEK-1)), and O. Guillon (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, IEK-1) 14:00 121 All-Solid-State Lithium-Ion Battery Assembled By Low-Temperature / HighPressure Spark Plasma Sintering – T. Okumura, T. Takeuchi, and H. Kobayashi (AIST) 14:20 122 First-Principles Study on LiCoO2/Sulfide Interfaces in All-Solid-State Li-Ion Battery: Space–Charge Layer and Interfacial Co Mixing – J. Haruyama (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)), K. Sodeyama (JST-PRESTO, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)), K. Takada, and Y. Tateyama (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)) 14:40 123 Determination of Space-Charge-Layer Width in Li-Ion Solid Electrolyte Under the Application of Voltages – I. Sugiyama (Tokyo Institute of Technology), M. Saito, Y. Aoki, Y. Otsuka (Toray Research Center, Inc.), R. Shimizu (Tokyo Institute of Technology), and T. Hitosugi (Tokyo Institute of Technology, WPI-AIMR, Tohoku University) 15:00 124 High Capacity All-Solid-State Batteries Based on Metal Sulfides Conversion Electrodes – F. Flamary (CNRS, Université de Bordeaux, ICMCB, CEA LETI), B. Pecquenard (CNRS, Université de Bordeaux,Bordeaux INP, ICMCB), and F. Le Cras (CEA LETI, Université Grenoble Alpes) 15:20 125 All-Solid-State Thin-Film Secondary Battery with Lithium-Free Anode for HighTemperature Tolerance – A. Suzuki, S. Sasaki, I. Kimura, and T. Jimbo (Institute of Semiconductor and Electronics Technologies, ULVAC, Inc.) 15:40 Break 16:00 126 ALD Enabled Performance Improvements of Li-Ion Batteries with Solid Electrolyte – J. E. Trevey, K. P. Ingham, and D. M. King (PneumatiCoat Technologies) 16:20 127 Vertically Aligned Hollow TiO2 Shell Protected SnO2 Nanorods By Atomic Layer Deposition for Highly Stable Lithium Storage – C. G. Carvajal (Center for Materials Research), S. Rout, R. Mundle, M. Bahoura (Norfolk State University), and A. K. Pradhan (Center for Materials Research) 16:40 128 Three-Dimensional Amorphous TiO2 ThinFilm Electrodes Deposited on Micro-Pillars By Spatial Atomic Layer Deposition for Li+-Ion Batteries – S. Moitzheim (imec, KU Leuven), E. Balder (TNO), P. Poodt (TNO/ Solliance), S. Unnikrishnan (TNO), and P. M. Vereecken (KU Leuven)

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Using Bioinspiration to Optimise Battery Electrodes Architecture for High Rate Capability – F. Bouville (ETH Zurich), J. M. Billaud (Paul Scherrer Institut), T. Magrini (ETH Zurich), C. Villevieille (Paul Scherrer Institut - Electrochemistry Laboratory), and A. Studart (ETH Zurich) HE3DA – J. Prochazka (HE3DA s.r.o.) Automated Silver-Zinc Fiber Battery Fabrication – A. Raj, A. Kim, and D. A. Steingart (Princeton University)

Challenges in Advanced Analytical Tools and Techniques for Batteries: A Symposium in Honor of Zempachi Ogumi

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Structual Analysis 2, Electronic State Analysis – 08:20 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Mario El Kazzi and Masaaki Hirayama

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Electrochemical Activation of High-Capacity Li2MnO3 Cathode Analyzed By in Situ Neutron Reflectometry – M. Hirayama, S. Taminato (Tokyo Institute of Technology), N. Yamada (High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK)), M. Yonemura (KEK), K. Suzuki, and R. Kanno (Tokyo Institute of Technology) In Situ Small-Angle Neutron Scattering of Mesoporous Electrode Materials – C. A. Bridges, X. G. Sun, L. He, and S. Dai (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Inhomogeneous Degradation of Li-Ion Cells: A Post Mortem Study Using Glow Discharge Optical Emission Spectroscopy (GD-OES) – N. Ghanbari (ZSW Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research), T. Waldmann, M. Kasper (ZSW), P. Axmann (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und WasserstoffForschung BW), and M. Wohlfahrt-Mehrens (ZSW Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research) Utilization of Hard X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy for Silicon-Based Negative Electrodes Buried within Solid Electrolyte Interphase – T. Masuda, N. Aoki, H. Iwai, H. Yoshikawa (National Institute for Materials Science), T. Kondo (Ochanomizu University), and K. Uosaki (National Institute for Materials Science) A Joint Experimental and Theoretical Approach to the Question of Anion Redox in Lithium-Rich Layered Oxides – W. Gent (Stanford University), Y. Liang (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Y. Li, J. Lim (Stanford University), D. Shapiro, D. Vine, D. Kilcoyne, T. Tyliszczak, W. Yang (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), D. Prendergast (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), and W. C. Chueh (Stanford University) Intermission

Origin of Stabilization and Destabilization in Solid-State Redox Reaction of Oxide Ions for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries – N. Yabuuchi, K. Sato, Y. Kobayashi (Tokyo Denki University), M. Nakayama, Y. Hashimoto, T. Mukai, H. Shiiba (Nagoya Institute of Technology), K. Yamanaka (SR center, Ritsumeikan University, Shiga 525-8577, Japan), K. Mitsuhara (SR center, Ritsumeikan University), and T. Ohta (Ritsumeikan University) Investigation of Mechanism of Reaction Distribution Formation in Composite Cathodes for Li Ion Batteries By Using Operando 2D-XAS – K. Chiba, Y. Kimura, T. Watanabe, T. Nakamura, K. Amezawa (Tohoku University), H. Tanida (Office of SocietyAcademia Collaboration for Innovation), Y. Uchimoto (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), and Z. Ogumi (Office of Society-Academia Collaboration for Innovation) Site-Selective and Element-Selective Analysis of Nickel Substituted Li-Rich Layered Material Using By X-Ray Diffraction and Absorption Spectroscopy – H. Komatsu (Office of Society-Academia Collaboration for Innovation), T. Minato, T. Matsunaga, K. Shimoda, T. Kawaguchi, K. Fukuda, K. Nakanishi, H. Arai (Kyoto University), Y. Uchimoto (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), E. Matsubara (Kyoto University), and Z. Ogumi (Office of SocietyAcademia Collaboration for Innovation) Nanoscale (PEEM) Spectroscopy Combined with XPS to Elucidate the Surface Reaction Mechanism of Cycled Battery Electrodes – D. Leanza (Paul scherrer Institute (PSI)), C. A. F. Vaz (Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI)), P. Novák, and M. El Kazzi (Paul Scherrer Institute, Electrochemistry Laboratory) Compton Scattering Imaging for Operando Observation of Battery Cell – M. Itou, Y. Sakurai (Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research Institute), K. Suzuki, H. Sakurai (Gunma University), Y. Orikasa (Kyoto University), and Y. Uchimoto (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University)

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Layer Number Dependence of Li+ Intercalation on Few-Layer Graphene and Electrochemical Imaging of Its SolidElectrolyte Interphase Evolution – J. Hui, M. Burgess, J. Zhang, and J. Rodríguez-López (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 14:20 200 Focused Ion Beams for Lithiation of High Capacity Host Materials for Negative Electrodes – S. Takeuchi (Theiss Research, National Institute of Standards and Technology), W. R. McGehee (National Institute of Standards and Technology), J. L. Schaefer (University of Notre Dame), T. M. Wilson (National Institute of Standards and Technology, Science Systems and Applications Inc.), K. A. Twedt (NIST, UMD, Science Systems and Applications Inc.), E. H. Chang, C. L. Soles, V. P. Oleshko, J. J. McClelland, G. R. Stafford, M. E. Williams, O. A. Kirillov, and D. J. Gundlach (National Institute of Standards and Technology) 14:40 201 The Influence of Electric Field on LithiumOxygen Battery Cathode Reactions – H. Valdes-Espinosa, S. B. Adler, and E. M. Stuve (University of Washington) 15:00 202 In-Situ Scanning Electron Microscope Observations of Electrochemical Li Deposition and Dissolution at Lipon/Pt, Au Interfaces – M. Motoyama (JST-ALCA, Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University), T. Kimura, and Y. Iriyama (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University, JST-ALCA) 15:20 203 Lithium Detection in the Electron Microscope – R. Gauvin, N. Brodusch, H. Demers, G. P. Demopoulos (McGill University), and K. Zaghib (Institut de Recherche d’HydroQuébec (IREQ)) 15:40 Intermission 16:00 204 Liquid Phase Scanning Electron Microscopy: A New Approach to Investigate Lithium Dendrite Formation in Liquid Electrolytes – Y. Zhang (Chinese Academy of Sciences) 16:20 205 Microstructure Characteristics of Blend Cathodes Assessed By 3D-Tomography Methods – J. Costard, J. Joos, and E. IversTiffée (IAM-WET, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)) 16:40 206 Behaviour of Nanostructured Si-Based Anode Materials Studied By Atom Probe Tomography and Hard X-Ray Photoelectron Spectrocopy – F. U. Renner (IMEC vzw. Division IMOMEC, Hasselt University), K. G. Pradeep (RWTH Aachen), and Y. Zheng (Hasselt University) 17:00 207 In-Operando Imaging of Electrodeposition and Dendrites Using Nanoscale X-Ray Computed Tomography – P. Choi, V. Kedlaya, P. Mandal, S. Frisco, J. Whitacre, and S. Litster (Carnegie Mellon University) 17:20 208 Towards the In-Operando Observation of Lithium Dendrite Growth Via X-Ray Computed Tomography – S. Frisco (Carnegie Mellon University), D. X. Liu (National Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow), P. Mandal, P. Choi, V. Kedlaya, S. Litster, J. Whitacre (Carnegie Mellon University), C. T. Love (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), and K. Swider-Lyons (US Naval Research Laboratory) 14:00

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Li-Ion Batteries

Battery / The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) 313 B, Hawai’i Convention Center

Lithium-ion Batteries - Diagnostics 1 – 07:40 – 11:50 Co-Chairs: Ying Shirley Meng and Yuegang Zhang 07:40

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In Situ Observation of the Electrochemical Dissolution and Deposition of Copper Contaminations in Li-Ion Batteries – J. Kuwabara and K. Sato (Honda R&D Co., LTD. Automobile R&D Center) Time and Voltage Resolved Investigation of Lithium Plating on Graphite Anodes By Operando Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) Spectroscopy – J. Wandt (Technische Universität München), P. Jakes (Forschungszentrum Jülich), J. Granwehr (RWTH Aachen University), R. A. Eichel (Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany), and H. A. Gasteiger (Technische Universität München) Variation of Coulombic Efficiency Versus Upper Cutoff Potential of Li-Ion Cells with Different Electrolyte Solvents – J. Xia (Dep. of Physics, Dalhousie University), S. Glazier, and J. R. Dahn (Dalhousie University) Break Ferroelectric SEI for Lithium Ion Batteries with Ultrahigh Rate Capability – T. Teranishi, Y. Yoshikawa, H. Hayashi, and A. Kishimoto (Okayama University) Anodic Oxidation of Carbon and Electrolyte with Different Conducting Salts in HighVoltage Lithium-Ion Batteries Studied By Online Electrochemical Mass Spectrometry – M. Metzger, P. Walke, B. Strehle, S. Solchenbach, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technische Universität München) Improving the High Temperature Performance of Li-Ion Batteries with Transition Metal Ion Trapping Separators - a Brief Review – A. Banerjee, B. Ziv, Y. A. Shilina (Bar-Ilan University), N. S. Levy (ar-Ilan University), M. D. Levi (Department of Chemistry, BarIlan University), S. Ruthstein (Bar-Ilan Univesity), S. Luski, D. Aurbach (Bar-Ilan University), A. D. Pauric, G. R. Goward (McMaster University), Z. Li (Optimal CAE), T. J. Fuller (GM Global Propulsion Systems), J. M. Ziegelbauer (General Motors), and I. C. Halalay (General Motors Global Research & Development) Electrochemical Impedance Analysis of LiCoO2/Graphite Lithium Ion Batteries By Distribution of Relaxation Times Method – S. Katayama, H. Nakai, and A. Kita (Sony Energy Devices Corporation) Intermission Influence of Decreasing Electrode Thickness on Its Structure and Resistance for Lithium-Ion Batteries – C. Araki (Hitachi,Ltd., Research&Development Group), S. Tsubouchi (Hitachi, Ltd., Research&Development Group), A. Noie (Hitachi.Ltd., Research&Development Group), E. Nishimura (Hitachi,Ltd., Research&Development Group), S. Suzuki (Hitachi,Ltd., Research&Development), and S. Makino (Research and Development Group, Hitachi, Ltd.) 177

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Electrochemical Performance of LithiumIon Batteries As a Function of Linked Influences Originating from the Dispersing and Calendering Step – H. Dreger, L. Froböse, W. Haselrieder, and A. Kwade (Technische Universität Braunschweig) Novel Method of Contrast Improvement Applied to Lithium Ion Battery Electrode Materials Enabling Multi Modal and High Resolution 3D Imaging and Advanced Quantification – M. Biton, V. Yufit, F. Tariq (Imperial College London), M. Kishimoto (Kyoto University), and N. P. Brandon (Imperial College London) Characterization and Local Structure Analysis of Carbon Coated SiOx Using Confocal μ-Raman Microscope – J. Kim and B. Kang (POSTECH)

313 C, Hawai’i Convention Center Lithium-ion Batteries - Modeling 1 – 07:40 – 12:10 Co-Chairs: Charles W. Monroe and Gary Koenig

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An on-Line Electrochemical Parameter Estimation Study on Lithium-Ion Batteries Using Neural Network (NN) – A. Jokar, B. Rajabloo, M. Desilets, and M. Lacroix (Université de Sherbrooke) 08:00 330 Derivation and Tuning of a Compact Differential-Algebraic Equations Model for LiFePO4-Graphite Li-Ion Batteries – C. W. Lee, Y. Hong, M. Hayrapetyan, and Z. Xi (University of Michigan-Dearborn) 08:20 331 Band-Diagram Framework for Materials Development in Cation Intercalation Charge Storage – A. M. Holder (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), M. Young, S. M. George, and C. Musgrave (University of Colorado) 08:40 332 Understanding Cation-Disordered Cathode Materials Based on Percolation Theory and Ligand Field Theory – J. Lee, D. H. Seo, A. Urban, and G. Ceder (University of California, Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) 09:00 333 Li/Vacancy Configurations in Surface Region of Li2−XMnO3 Cathode Material: A HighThroughput Computational Investigation – T. V. T. Duy, T. Ohwaki (Nissan ARC, Ltd.), and H. Imai (Device analysis Department, NISSAN ARC Ltd.) 09:20 Break 09:40 334 Delithiation Mechanisms and the Surface Morphology of Lithium-Excess Li2MnO3 Material – Y. Shin (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) and K. A. Persson (University of California at Berkeley) 10:00 335 Numerical Analysis for Effects of Cell Formats on Cycle Life of Lithium Ion Batteries with Large Capacities – H. K. Kim, C. J. Kim (Seoul National University), and K. J. Lee (Myongji University) 10:20 336 Modeling Investigation of Influencing Factors on Li Plating of Li-Ion Battery – Z. Zhang, Z. Jin, and P. M. Wyatt (Johnson Controls Power Solutions) 10:40 337 First Principle Investigation of C606 Molecule Absorption on Graphene As 2D Eco-Electrode of Lithium-Ion Battery – Z. Wang, J. Meng, L. Xu, and H. Xu (Beihang University) 11:00 Intermission

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Capacity Fade Modeling of a Lithium Ion Cell with a Spinel-Based Cathode and an Artificial Graphite Anode – W. A. Appiah, J. Park, S. Byun (Hanbat National University), H. J. Kim, T. S. Kim (Sebang Global Battery Co., Ltd.), M. H. Ryou, and Y. M. Lee (Hanbat National University) Development and Validation of a ROM Incorporated By a Semi-Empirical Aging Model for a Large-Format LiFePO4/Graphite Cell – X. Zhao and S. Y. Choe (Auburn University) Quinone Derivatives for Lithium-Ion Batteries: First-Principles Density Functional Theory Modeling – S. S. Jang and S. W. Lee (Georgia Institute of Technology)

313 B, Hawai’i Convention Center Lithium-ion Batteries - Diagnostics 2 – 13:10 – 18:20 Co-Chairs: Daniel P. Abraham and Christopher Johnson 13:10

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Understanding the Heat Signature from Charging and Discharging of Li-Ion Batteries – P. J. Ralbovsky IV (NETZSCH Instruments North America LLC) 13:30 342 Advanced Single Particle Measurement Technique for Fundamental Study of First Charging Mechanism of One Silicon Particle – K. Nishikawa, C. Li (National Institute for Materials Science), and K. Kanamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University) 13:50 343 Investigation of a Porous NiSi2/Si Composite Anode Material Used for Lithium-Ion Batteries By X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy – D. Zhou (Helmholtz-Center Berlin for Materials and Energy), H. Jia (MEET Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology), J. Rana (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie), T. Placke (MEET Battery Research Center, University of Muenster), M. Winter (Helmholtz-Institute Muenster, IEK-12 Juelich), J. Banhart (Technische Universität Berlin), and G. Schumacher (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie) 14:10 344 Hybrid Separator Composed of Pvdf-HFP/ Exfoliated Graphene Oxide Nanosheets for LiIon Batteries – Y. Choi and J. H. Park (Yonsei University) 14:30 345 The Effect on the Reaction Rate By the Binder Contact with the Cathode Active Material for 2V Class Water Based Lithium Ion Battery – D. Kurosawa (Graduate School of Sci. and Eng., Yamagata University), T. Ito, K. Tachibana, and T. Nishina (Academic Asssembly, Yamagata University) 14:50 Break 15:10 346 Paper-Based Ultra-High-Capacity LithiumIon Cell for Flexible Electronics – Y. Liu, N. Aliahmad, J. Xie, and M. Agarwal (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis) 15:30 347 Plasma - Assisted ALD of Lipo(N) for Solid State Batteries – B. Put (IMEC, Eindhoven University of Technology), M. J. Mees (Imec), N. Hornsveld (Eindhoven University of Technology), P. M. Vereecken (KU Leuven, imec), W. M. M. Kessels, and M. Creatore (Eindhoven University of Technology)

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Electrochemical-Acoustic Investigation of Current Density Distribution in Lithium-Ion Batteries – A. Hsieh (Princeton University), G. Davies (MAE/ACEE Princeton University), M. Wang, and D. A. Steingart (Princeton University) 16:10 349 Analysis on Overvoltage Relaxation of Lithium Secondary Batteries after Current Interruption – T. Ito, K. Tachibana, T. Nishina (Academic Asssembly, Yamagata University), and T. Kawahira (IMV CORPORATION) 16:30 Intermission 16:40 350 Structural Changes in Copper-Tin Alloy Anodes Observed with X-Ray Microtomography – L. Ausderau, J. Buckley, P. Jibhakate (University of Alabama in Huntsville), X. Xiao (Argonne National Laboratory), and G. J. Nelson (University of Alabama in Huntsville) 17:00 351 Correlation of Local Conductivity to Microstructure for Li-Ion Battery Electrodes By Use of a Contact Probe and SEM/FIB – J. E. Vogel, W. Lange, D. V. Clement, B. A. Mazzeo, and D. R. Wheeler (Brigham Young University) 17:20 352 Improved Electrode Processing and Uniformity with Discrete Carbon Nanotube Aqueous Binder Additives – J. P. Meyers, S. Peddini, M. Jungman, M. Finlayson (Molecular Rebar Design), V. Bhat, J. Gazda (Black Diamond Structures), and C. Bosnyak (Molecular Rebar Design, Black Diamond Structures) 17:40 353 High Performance Asymmetric V2O5SnO2 Nanopore Battery By ALD – C. Liu (Department of Materials Science and Engineering), S. B. Lee, and G. W. Rubloff (Nanostructures for Electrical Energy Storage (NEES)) 18:00 354 Performance of Si-Integrated Li-Ion Microbatteries with Side-By-Side Electrodes: A Geometry Study – K. Hoeppner (Berlin Institute of Technology) 313 C, Hawai’i Convention Center Litihum-ion Batteries - Modeling 2 – 13:30 – 18:20 Co-Chairs: Kristin A. Persson and Seung Woo Lee 13:30

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First Principles Study of the Interfacial Structure Between Spinel LiMn2O4 and Protective Thin Films – R. Warburton (Purdue University), H. Iddir, L. Curtiss, X. Chen, T. T. Fister, P. Fenter, L. Chen, J. A. Libera (Argonne National Laboratory), and J. Greeley (Purdue University) Investigation of the High-Rate Recharging Mechanism in LiMn2O4 By Primary Particle Analysis – S. Ishikawa (Graduate School of Sci. and Eng., Yamagata University), T. Ito, K. Tachibana, and T. Nishina (Academic Asssembly, Yamagata University) A Practical Degradation Simulator for Assembled Li-Ion Batteries with Calibration Functions – Y. Hayakawa, L. Lin, and M. Fukui (Ritsumeikan University) A Precise FCC Estimation Algorithm Based on Recursive Least-Squares Identification of LiIon Batteries with Adaptive Forgetting Factor Tuning – H. Ono, L. Lin, M. Fukui, and K. Takaba (Ritsumeikan University)

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Pitfalls in Simulating the Diffusion Potential of Li-Ion Cells – A. M. Bizeray, D. A. Howey, and C. W. Monroe (Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford) 15:10 Break 15:30 360 Simulation-Supported Analysis of Calendering Impacts on the Performance of LithiumIon-Batteries – G. Lenze, F. Röder, and U. Krewer (Inst. of Energy- & Process Systems Eng., TU Braunschweig, Battery LabFactory Braunschweig) 15:50 361 First-Principles Study on Li-Ion Desolvation Process in Electrode-Electrolyte Interface – T. Ohwaki (Nissan ARC, Ltd.), T. Ikeshoji (Natl. Inst. of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), T. V. T. Duy (Nissan ARC, Ltd.), T. Ozaki (ISSP, the University of Tokyo), H. Imai (Device analysis Department, NISSAN ARC Ltd.), and M. Otani (AIST) 16:10 362 Enhanced Rate Performance in Electrode Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries – J. M. Billaud (Paul Scherrer Institut), F. Bouville, T. Magrini (ETH Zurich), C. Villevieille (Paul Scherrer Institut - Electrochemistry Laboratory), and A. Studart (ETH Zurich) 16:30 363 Population Balance Model of Formation and Growth of Solid Electrode Interphase in Lithium Ion Batteries – A. A. Tahmasbi, T. Kadyk, and M. Eikerling (Simon Fraser University, Dept. Chemistry) 16:50 Intermission 17:00 364 Towards a Better Understanding of Batteries: Manufacturing and Modeling Using Comsol – P. L. Moss, S. Chepyala, and M. H. Weatherspoon (Florida A&M University Florida State University) 17:20 365 Simulation of Lithium-Ion Conduction and Deposition with Heterogeneous Porous Structure of Electrode Layers and Separators – G. Inoue, S. Yatabe, and M. Kawase (Kyoto University) 17:40 366 Estimating and Identifying Parameters from Charge-Discharge Curves of Lithium-Ion Batteries – Y. Qi, S. Kolluri (University of Washington), V. R. Subramanian (University of Washington, Seattle), D. T. Schwartz (University of Washington), and S. Santhanagopalan (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) 18:00 367 Multiobjective Optimization of Energy and Power per Unit Mass and Area for LiFePO4Graphite Li-Ion Battery Cells – Y. Hong and C. W. Lee (University of Michigan-Dearborn) Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center A03 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chair: Christopher Johnson •

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High Capacity and High POWER Ncm/ Graphite Lithium ION Battery Using Microgrid® Expanded Metal Current Collectors – J. Hart (Dexmet) Environmentally-Friendly Aqueous Li (or Na)Ion Battery with Fast Electrode Kinetics and Super-Long Life – X. L. Dong, L. Chen, Y. G. Wang, and Y. Y. Xia (Fudan University) Ternary Cathode Materials Prepared By Induction Sintering Incorporated with Carbon Coating Technique for High Performance Li-Ion Batteries – C. T. Hsieh (YUAN ZE UNIVERSITY) 179

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406 MoO2/Mo2c Hybrid Nanowires As High Performance Anode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries – L. Yang (South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, China) 407 Amorphous Silicon Nitride Anodes for Li-Ion Batteries – A. Ulvestad (University of Oslo), J. P. Maehlen, H. F. Andersen (Institute for Energy Technology), O. Prytz (University of Oslo), T. T. Mongstad, and M. Kirkengen (Institute for Energy Technology) 408 Influence of Ni/Mn Ordering and Oxygen Deficiency on Structure, Magnetic and Electrochemical Properties of LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 – S. Shingai, D. Mori, and Y. Inaguma (Gakushuin University) 409 The Influence of the Grain Size of Li2MnSiO4 Cathode Material on Its Stability in Li-Ion Battery Cell – M. Swietoslawski (Jagiellonian University, Faculty of Chemistry), M. Gajewska (AGH University of Science and Technology), and M. Molenda (Jagiellonian University, Faculty of Chemistry) 410 Microstructure and Electrochemical Properties of the Si-M(M : Cr, Ni) Anode for Lib According to the Si Amount – S. Lee and S. S. Kim (Chungnam National University) 411 Si-O-C Composites Prepared By Electrodeposition on CNTs/Cu or Carbon Paper Substrate and Electrochemical Performance for Lithium Ion Battery – S. Ahn (Grad. School of Advanced Science and Eng., Waseda Univ.), M. Jeong, H. Nara, T. Yokoshima (Research Organ. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.), T. Momma (Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University, Grad. School of Advanced Science and Eng., Waseda Univ.), and T. Osaka (Research Organ. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.) 412 Preparation of Pre-Lithiated Sulfur Cathode By an in Situ Contacting Reaction – Y. Wu (Grad. School of Advanced Science and Eng.,Waseda Univ.), T. Yokoshima, H. Nara (Research Organ. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.), T. Momma (Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University, Grad. School of Advanced Science and Eng., Waseda Univ.), and T. Osaka (Research Organ. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.) 413 The Structure Modification of Substrate for Alloying Materials in Li-Ion Secondary Battery – M. Kim (Seoul National University), I. Choi (Kangwon National University), M. J. Kim, and J. J. Kim (Seoul National University) 414 Black Li4Ti5O12 Anode Materials for HighRate Li-Ion Batteries – J. Y. Eom, D. Han, and S. E. Yoo (Korea Automotive Technology Institute) 415 Preparation of High Surface Area-Activated Graphene Via Chemical Activation and Thermal Synthesis for Possible Applications on Lithium-Ion Batteries – C. C. Hsieh and W. R. Liu (Chung Yuan Christian University) 416 Three-Dimensional Phase-Field Simulation of Li Diffusion and Stress Evolution in a Polycrystalline LiCoO2 Cathode – C. Tsuyuki, A. Yamanaka, Y. Suzuki (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), Y. Asari, and T. Iwasaki (Hitachi, Ltd.) 181

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Facile Preparation of Nanoflake CoveredHollow NiCo2O4 and the Study of Electrochemical and Structural Properties As an Anode Material in Lithium Ion Batteries – J. Yoo, N. Venugopal, S. Son, W. Oh, G. H. Lew, K. Palanisamy, and W. S. Yoon (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University) 429 Surface Morphology Treatment of Lithium Metal Anode for Dendrite Suppression – J. Park, S. Byun, W. A. Appiah (Hanbat National University), J. Jeong (ENCHEM Co.,Ltd.), Y. Lee (TopBattery Co., Ltd.), K. Y. Cho (Hanyang University), Y. G. Lee (Electronics&Telecommunications Research Institute), M. H. Ryou, and Y. M. Lee (Hanbat National University) 430 Electrode Designs of Lithium Ion Batteries Utilizing the Simulation of Porous Structures – K. Ikeshita, G. Inoue, and M. Kawase (Kyoto University) 431 Effect of Local Structural Changes on Rate Capability of LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4-d Cathode Material for Lithium Ion Batteries – J. Yoon, D. Kim, J. H. Um, M. Jeong, S. Son, and W. S. Yoon (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University) 432 Effects of Environmental Humidity on SelfDischarging Behaviour and Electrochemical Performance of Lithium-Ion Batteries – S. Byun, J. Park, W. A. Appiah, J. Park, M. H. Ryou, and Y. M. Lee (Hanbat National University) 433 Li Distribution in a LiNi1/3Mn1/3Co1/3O2 Positive Electrode Analyzed Using Reflection Electron Energy-Loss Spectroscopy – N. Taguchi, H. Sakaebe, Y. Maeda, and T. Akita (AIST) 434 Si-SiOx nanoparticles Synthesis for LithiumIon Battery Anode Material By Atmospheric Pressure Microwave Plasma – J. S. KIM and B. Y. Jang (Korea Institute of Energy and Research) 435 Preparation of Highly Porous Silicon As an Anode for Lithium Ion Batteries – D. T. Ngo, Y. J. Kim, and C. J. Park (Chonnam National University) 436 Relaxation Analysis of Electrochemically Lithium Inserted γ-Fe2O3 By Using a SolidState Li NMR – M. Yamamoto, H. Okano (National Institute of Technology, Kagawa College), K. Yamada, S. Takai, T. Yabutsuka (Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University), and T. Yao (National Institute of Technology, Kagawa College, Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto University) 437 Investigating Structural Evolution and Reaction Kinetics of LixNi0.8Co0.15Al0.05O2 Cathode Materials during Initial Charge/ Discharge Using TEM Coupled with Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy – E. Jo (Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea University of Science and Technology), S. Hwang (Brookhaven National Lab), K. Y. Chung (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), E. A. Stach (Brookhaven National Laboratory), S. M. Kim, and W. Chang (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) 428

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Difference of Relaxation Behavior Between LiNiO2 and Li(Ni, Co, Al)O2 after Lithium Extraction – S. Takai, A. Tamura (Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University), S. Kaji (Kyoto University), T. Yabutsuka (Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University), and T. Yao (National Institute of Technology, Kagawa College) Interconnected Ni Nanowire Scaffolds for Fast-Charging 3D Thin-Film Lithium-Ion Batteries – S. P. Zankowski (IMEC, KU Leuven, Center of Surface Chemistry and Catalysis), J. Vanpaemel (IMEC), and P. M. Vereecken (KU Leuven) Oxygen Generation from 18oxygen-Doped Li2CuO2 Caused By Electrochemical Oxidation – T. Ozaki, Y. Taura, K. Yamashita, R. Arakawa, H. Kawasaki, and Y. Arachi (Kansai University) Synthesis and Electrochemical Properties of Li2MnO3 – M. Okada (TOSOH CORPORATION) Synthesis of LiCoO2 Thin Film on the Solid Electrolyte By Electro-Deposition Method -for the Fabrication of All-Solid Lithium Ion Battery- – N. Sonoyama and Y. Yoshida (Nagoya Institute of Technology) Role of Water Molecules on the Electrochemical Properties of α-MnO2 Hydrate: A Combined Computational and Experimental Study – H. Duan, B. Jiang, J. Li, C. Xu, L. Gan, and H. Du (Graduate School at Shenzhen, Tsinghua University) Investigation of Coated Lithium Powder for Lithium Metal Batteries By Using CouetteTaylor Flow – C. Lee, J. Kim, and W. Y. Yoon (Korea University) Graphene Coated LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 for High Power Positive Electrode Material of Lithium Batteries – C. W. Lee (Department of Chemical Engineering, Donga University), J. H. Kim, H. J. Lee, and J. S. Kim (Department of Chemical Engineering, Dong-A University) The Examination of the Composition of xLi2MnO3-yLiNi0.5Mn0.5O2zLiNi1/3Co1/3Mn1/3O2 Solid-Solution Cathode Materials Exhibiting High Capacity, Discharge Voltage and Rate Performance – K. Miyamoto, T. Gunji, Y. Mochizuki, S. Kaneko, T. Tanabe, T. Ohsaka, and F. Matsumoto (Kanagawa University) A Novel Technique to Evaluate the Adhesion Property Between Ceramic Coated Layer and Separator Using Saicas – S. Gong (Hanbat National University), Y. Lee (TopBattery Co., Ltd.), D. Yeon (Hanbat National University), Y. Lee (Hanbat National Univ.), and M. H. Ryou (Hanbat National University) Morphology-Tuned NiCo2O4-Coated 3D Graphene Rrchitectures As Binder-Free Electrode for Lithium Ion Battery – C. Zhang and J. S. Yu (DGIST) Lithium Hydroxide Based Performance Improvements for Nickel Rich Ncm Layered Cathode Material – B. Fitch, M. Yakovleva, and S. Meiere (FMC Corporation, Lithium Division)

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Electroactive Ionic Liquids Based on Anions Modified with 1,4-Dimethoxybenzene As Redox Shuttle for Overcharge of LithiumIon Batteries – B. Gelinas (Université de Montréal), T. Bibienne (Department of Chemistry, University of Montreal), M. Dollé, and D. Rochefort (Université de Montréal) A New Technique for Measuring the Diffusion Coefficient of Electrolytes for Lithium-Ion Batteries – M. Schoenleber, A. Weber, and E. Ivers-Tiffée (IAM-WET, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)) Reconstruction of the LiCoO2 Near-Surface Region upon Overgrowth of Lipon – Y. Sugimoto, S. Ohuchi, T. Asano, and T. Kume (Panasonic Corporation) (Invited) Impact of Electrolytes on Li+ Charge Transfer Kinetics at the Electrolyte and Electrode Interface and Rate Performance in Li-Ion Batteries – T. R. Jow, S. A. Delp, J. L. Allen, O. Borodin, and J. L. Allen (U.S. Army Research Laboratory) Break Analysis of the Reduction and Oxidation of Vinylene Carbonate (VC) and Fluoroethylene Carbonate (FEC) in Graphite/LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 Cells By Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – D. Pritzl, S. Solchenbach, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technische Universität München) Advanced Characterization of a Stabilized Solid Electrolyte Interphase on Silicon Anodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries By in-Situ Electrochemical Surfaces Forces Apparatus – B. Moeremans (Hasselt University), H. W. Cheng, C. Merola (Max-Planck-Institut f. Eisenforschung GmbH), M. Valtiner (MaxPlanck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH), Y. Zheng (Hasselt University), M. K. Van Bael, A. Hardy (imomec, imec), and F. U. Renner (IMEC vzw. Division IMOMEC) Electrochemical Characterization and Interfacial Chemistry of Tin-Based Anode Materials for Mg-Ion Batteries – D. T. Nguyen, X. M. Tran (Dept. of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry, Chungnam National University, Republic of Korea), and S. W. Song (Dept. of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry) SEI Film Formation Mechanism Based on Aggregation Configurations of Electrolyte Decomposed Products: DFT-MD Study – K. Sodeyama (JST-PRESTO, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)), K. Ushirogata, Y. Okuno (FUJIFILM Corporation, NIMS), and Y. Tateyama (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Kyoto University, ESICB) DFT-MD Study of Interface Between Carbon Anode and Amorphous Lithium Carbonate – Y. Kawamura, T. Baba, N. Takahashi (Toyota Motor Corporation), K. Sodeyama (JSTPRESTO), and Y. Tateyama (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)) Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Charge Transfer Resistance Between GarnetType Solid Electrolyte and Lithium Metal Anode – R. Hongahally Basappa, T. Ito, and H. Yamada (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagasaki University) Preferentially Ordered Solid Electrolytes for Fuel Cell and Lithium Battery – Y. S. Fang, R. C. H. Wang, A. Y. H. Chang, and P. P. J. Chu (Department of Chemistry, National Central University) Interfacial Lithium-Ion Transfer Between Graphite Negative Electrode and Sulfide Solid Electrolyte – M. Huang, T. Fukutsuka, K. Miyazaki (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University), A. Hayashi (Graduate School of Engineering), M. Tatsumisago (Osaka Prefecture University), and T. Abe (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University) Nanohybrid Polymer Electrolytes with Enhanced Safety and Electrochemical Performance – W. Wei, J. Zhang, and C. Ma (Central South University) Growth of Li6.75La3Zr1.75Nb0.25O12 Crystals in Molten Li3BO3 Glass and Their Electrochemical Characteristics As a Hybrid Solid Electrolyte By Using Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – S. Kaneko, M. Yamashita (Department of Materials Chemistry, Shinshu University), N. Zettsu, and K. Teshima (Department of Materials Chemistry, Shinshu University, Center for Energy and Environmental Science) Chemical and Structural Changes of Li2s-P2S5 Solid Electrolyte during Heat Treatment – Y. Aoki, K. Ogawa, T. Nakagawa, Y. Hasegawa, Y. Sakiyama (Toray Research Center, Inc.), T. Kojima, and M. Tabuchi (AIST) Solid Polymer Electrolyte Embedded with Ionic Liquid for Lithium-Ion Battery Operating at Ambient Temperature – D. J. You, J. Yoo, Y. K. Ahn, S. Cho, S. Y. Chung, and Y. S. Kim (Seoul National University) Lithium Diffusion Coefficient of Amorphous Lithium Phosphate Thin Films Measured By Secondary Ion Mass Spectroscopy – X. Lu, N. Kuwata (IMRAM, Tohoku University), T. Miyazaki (School of Engineering, Tohoku University), and J. Kawamura (IMRAM, Tohoku University) Impact of Proton Contamination on the Solid Electrolyte Li7La3Zr2O12 (LLZO) – S. Yu and D. J. Siegel (University of Michigan) Ab Initio Calculations of Ionic Conductivity in Lithium and Sodium Polyborate Solid Electrolytes – B. C. Wood, J. Varley, K. Kweon (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory), V. Stavila (Sandia National Laboratories), and T. J. Udovic (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) Based AllSolid-State Lithium-Ion Batteries – Y. Liu, N. Aliahmad, J. Xie, and M. Agarwal (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis) Stable Cyclability of Novel Triblock Polyelectrolyte Separators for Lithium Metal Battery – K. L. Liu and C. Y. Chao (National Taiwan University)

Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center A04 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chair: Brett L Lucht •

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Electrochemical Properties of Amorphous Li3PS4 Films Synthesized by Pulsed Laser Deposition using Li2S-Excess Targets – Z. Quan, M. Hirayama, D. Sato, Y. Zheng, T. A. Yano, K. Hara, K. Suzuki, M. Hara, and R. Kanno (Tokyo Institute of Technology) 586 Effects of an Organic Chemical Additive in Electrolyte on the Suppression of Lithium Dendrite in Lithium Metal Based Batteries – V. C. Ho, D. T. Ngo, H. T. T. Le, S. W. Kim, and C. J. Park (Chonnam National University) 587 Local Structure and Composition Variation at Surface of Lithium-Ion Conducting Solid Electrolyte – H. Yamada (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagasaki University) 588 Concentrated LiBF4/PC Electrolyte Solutions for 5 V LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 Positive Electrode in Lithium-Ion Batteries – Y. Shimizu, M. Hashinokuchi, T. Doi, M. Inaba (Doshisha University), K. Takahashi, H. Inoue, H. Nakagawa, and T. Inamasu (GS Yuasa International Ltd.) 589 Na10TiP2Se12 As Novel Electrolyte for AllSolid-State Na-Battery – D. Zhang, L. He, D. Wu, and Z. Lu (South University of Science and Technology of China) 590 The Effect of Heating Rate on Li Losses from Al Stabilized Li7La3Zr2O12 – K. B. Dermenci and S. Turan (Anadolu University) 591 Li Insertion and Removal Potentials of Li7P3S11 Using VASP Calculation – C. H. Doh (Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute, KERI Campus, Korea University of Science and Technology), Y. C. Ha, Y. J. Lee, and J. W. Park (Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute) 592 Preparation of Amorphous Lipon Electrolyte Particles Using the Polygonal-Barrel Plasma Treatment System – H. Nishizawa (Hydrogen Isotope Research Center, University of Toyama), H. Iwane, Y. Tasaki, H. Kikuyama (Toshima Manufacturing Corporation), Y. Honda (Youtec Corporation), and T. Abe (Hydrogen Isotope Research Center, University of Toyama) 593 A Novel Solid Electrolyte Material (Li17Ge2P3S20) with High Ionic Conductivity – D. Wu, L. He, D. Zhang, and Z. Lu (South University of Science and Technology of China) 594 Effect of Lithium Nitrate (LiNO3) on Lithium Metal Secondary Batteries As a Lithium Metal Stabilizing Electrolyte Additive – D. Jin, H. Lee, T. Han, S. Kim, M. H. Ryou (Hanbat National University), and Y. Lee (Hanbat National Univ.)

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Gel Electrolytes Incorporated with GrapheneOxide Quantum Dots for High Performance in Lithium Ion Batteries – Y. M. Chen and H. Teng (National Cheng Kung University) DFT Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Li+ – N. Leclerc and N. Adelstein (San Francisco State University) Mixed Lithium Indium Halides As SolidElectrolytes: Computational Experiments on Drivers of Li+ Diffusion – T. C. Alves, A. Zevgolis, and N. Adelstein (San Francisco State University) First-Principles Molecular Dynamics of NonArrhenius Li+ Diffusion in Solid Electrolytes for Batteries – A. Zevgolis, T. C. Alves, and N. Adelstein (San Francisco State University) High Ionic Conductivity and Moduli Iongels Made with Tetraglyme/Litfsi / Methyl Cellulose for Lithium Batteries – P. R. Chinnam, S. Chereddy, and S. Wunder (Temple University) Lithium Dendrite Suppressing Effect of Fluoroethylene Carbonate Additive on Surface Patterned Lithium Metal – H. Lee, T. Han, D. Jin, Y. M. Lee, and M. H. Ryou (Hanbat National University) Applications of Solution Process for Li4SnS4Based Solid Electrolytes to All-Solid-State Lithium-Ion Batteries – D. H. Kim (UNIST), K. H. Park (Seoul National University), Y. E. Choi, D. Y. Oh, S. H. Jung, and Y. S. Jung (UNIST) A Piperidinium-Based Ester-Functionalized Task-Specific Ionic Liquid As Electrolytes in Li/LiFePO4 Batteries – P. Yang, X. Pan, J. Zhang, and M. An (Harbin Institute of Technology) In-Situ AFM Observation of Highly Oriented Pyrolytic Graphite in PC-Based Electrolyte Solution Containing Magnesium Ion – R. Kokumai, H. Y. Song, T. Fukutsuka, K. Miyazaki, and T. Abe (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University) Enhanced High-Voltage Stability of LiNi0.6Co0.2Mn0.2O2 Cathode By Using Electrolyte Additive – J. H. Kim, H. Q. Pham (Dept. of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry, Chungnam National University, Republic of Korea), E. H. Hwang, Y. G. Kwon, J. G. Lee (Leechem Co., Ltd., Geumsan, 312-942, Republic of Korea), and S. W. Song (Dept. of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry, Chungnam National University, Republic of Korea) All Solid-State Lithium Cells Employing Hybrid Solid Electrolytes Containing Li+Conducting Inorganic Electrolyte – M. Park, Y. C. Jung, and D. W. Kim (Department of Chemical Engineering, Hanyang University) Determination of Mass Transfer Properties and Ionic Association in LiPF6 - Organic Carbonates Solutions from PFG-NMR and Specific Conductivity Data – S. A. Krachkovskiy, J. D. Bazak, S. Fraser, G. R. Goward (McMaster University), and I. C. Halalay (General Motors Global Research & Development) Novel Carbonate-Based Polymer Electrolytes for All-Solid-State Li Batteries – Y. Tominaga (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)

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High Performance Cross-Linked Composite Gel Polymer Electrolyte Using Mesoporous and Reactive SiO2 Nanoparticles for Lithium-Ion Polymer Cells – W. K. Shin, M. Park, D. W. Kim (Department of Chemical Engineering, Hanyang University), and Y. R. Kim (VITZEOCELL Co., Ltd) Polymeric Gel Electrolyte Consisting of Network Polymer Using Tri-Functional Glycerol Ester for Li-Ion Batteries – S. Tanji, K. Yamabuki, K. Fujii, M. Morita, and N. Yoshimoto (Yamaguchi University) Measurement of Ionic Conductivity and Mechanical Property of Slide-Ring Gel Swollen with Propylene Carbonate Including Lithium Ions – N. Sugihara, S. Kanehashi (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), K. Mayumi (The University of Tokyo), Y. Tominaga, T. Shimomura (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), and K. Ito (The University of Tokyo) High Lithium-Ion Conducting Nasicon-Type Li1+x-YAlxNbyTi2-x-Y(PO4)3 Solid Electrolyte – X. Shang (Mie University), H. Nemori, S. Mitsuoka (Suzuki Motor Co.), Y. Takeda, O. Yamamoto, and N. Imanishi (Mie University) Synthesis Characteristics of Garnet-Llzo Materials By Modified Co-Precipitation – S. H. Yang, M. Y. Kim, D. H. Kim, K. J. Kim, S. W. Choi, T. H. Noh (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH)), M. S. Lee (Chonnam National University), and H. S. Kim (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH)) Influence of Solid Electrolyte Interphase Stabilization on Cycling Performance of Silicon-Graphite Composite Battery Anodes – J. Kim (Dept. of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry, Chungnam National University, Republic of Korea), H. Jo (Dept. of Energy Science and Techonology, Chungnam National University, Republic of Korea), D. T. Nguyen (Dept. of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry, Chungnam National University, Republic of Korea), D. M. Jeon, A. R. Yang (R&D Institute, EG Corp., Republic of Korea), and S. W. Song (Chungnam National University, Republic of Korea) Improved Low-Temperature Performance of Li-Ion Battery of LiCoO2//Graphite By Electrolyte Control – H. Q. Pham, J. H. Kim (Dept. of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry, Chungnam National University, Republic of Korea), Y. G. Kwon, E. H. Hwang, J. G. Lee (Leechem Co., Ltd., Geumsan, 312-942, Republic of Korea), and S. W. Song (Chungnam National University, Republic of Korea)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

Compatibility of Polymer Binders with Solvate Ionic Liquid Electrolytes in LithiumSulfur Batteries – K. Dokko, T. Nakazawa, A. Ikoma, R. Kido, Y. Kitazawa, K. Ueno, and M. Watanabe (Yokohama National University) Electrospun Hollow Carbon/Sulfur Nanofiber for Lithium-Sulfur Battery – J. H. Yun, J. H. Kim, and D. K. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

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(Invited) Sion Power – Y. Mikhaylik, I. Kovalev, C. Scordilis-Kelley, M. Laramie, and T. Kelley (Sion Power Corporation) The Composite of Aluminum Oxide/PvdfHFP Membrane for Advanced Li-S Batteries – Y. K. Ahn (Seoul National University), J. S. Yu, S. G. Woo (ABRC, Korea Electronics Technology Institute), J. Yoo, S. Cho, D. J. You, Y. S. Kim (Seoul National University), and K. J. Kim (Seoul National University of Science and Technology) Catecholamine Functionalized Reduced Graphene Oxide-Sulfur Composite As a Cathode Material for Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – S. Abdul Ahad, J. H. Kim, and D. K. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Integrated Anion and Cation Capture Agent for Use in Lithium Sulfur Batteries – B. R. Perdue (Sandia National Laboratories), D. R. Wheeler (Sandia National Labs), and C. A. Apblett (University of New Mexico) The Role of Protective Layers in Preventing Dendrite Growth in Lithium Metal Anodes – P. Barai, K. Higa, Y. Dai, and V. Srinivasan (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Extending Cycle Life of Lithium-Sulfur Cells Using a Flexible and Selective Lithium-Ion Conducting Membrane – D. Moy and S. R. Narayanan (University of Southern California) Development of Multilayered Inorganic Protections on Li Electrode to Improve Performance and Safety of Li-S Battery – B. Pecquenard (CNRS, Université de Bordeaux,Bordeaux INP, ICMCB), F. Mauvy (ICMCB), F. Le Cras (CEA LETI, Université Grenoble Alpes), C. Barchasz (CEA, LITEN, F-38054 Grenoble, France), and A. Benayad (CEA, LITEN) Break Effects of Pore Volume and Pore Size Distribution of Carbon Supports of Sulfur on Performance of Li-S Batteries with Solvate Ionic Liquid Electrolyte. – A. Ando (Yokohanma National University), A. Ikoma (Yokohama National University), K. Obata (Yokohanma National University), Y. Kamei, K. Dokko, and M. Watanabe (Yokohama National University) Sulfur-Embedded Polymers for High Performance Li-S Batteries – J. W. Choi (KAIST) Investigating Lithium-Sulfur-Metal Interactions in the Host Materials of Li-S Batteries – Z. Li and Y. C. Lu (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)

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Investigation of the Electrochemical Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Non-Aqueous, Magnesium-Ion-Containing Electrolytes for Magnesium Air Batteries – P. Fischer, R. M. Schwarz, M. Pejic, M. Marinaro, M. Wachtler, and L. Jörissen (Zentrum für Sonnenenergieund Wasserstoff-Forschung BW) Novel High Energy Density Sodium Layered Oxide Cathode Materials - from Material to Cells – K. Smith, J. Treacher, D. Ledwoch, P. Adamson, and E. Kendrick (SHARP Laboratories of Europe Ltd, UK) Computational Modelling Studies on Stability of Li-S-Se System – P. E. Ngoepe (University of Limpopo), C. Masedi (University of Limpopo/CSIR), and H. Sithole (CSIR) Case Studies on Non-Aqueous Zn Ion Systems to Develop Multivalent Ion Batteries – S. D. Han (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), P. Senguttuvan (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), S. Kim (Argonne National Laboratory), A. L. Lipson (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), S. Tepavcevic (Argonne National Laboratory), B. J. Ingram (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), T. T. Fister (Argonne National Laboratory), C. Johnson (Chemical Sciences and Engineering Division), and J. T. Vaughey (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory) Synthesis, Crystal Structure, and Electrochemical Properties of the New Alluaudite-Type Compounds Ag2YNaYM3(XO4)3 (M= Mn, Fe; X= V, P) – H. Ben Yahia, R. Essehli, I. Belharouak (Qatar Environment & Energy Research Institute, HBKU), and M. Shikano (Research Institute of Electrochemical Energy, AIST) Mg Secondary Batteries Using NanoCrystalline V2O5 – R. Taniki and I. Honma (IMRAM, Tohoku University) Voltage Delay Action of Na Metal in Na/MnO2 Non-Aqueous Cells – B. Kishore and N. Munichandraiah (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore) Developing Li-Metal Alloy Batteries with High Cyclability and Rate Capability – J. Niu (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) Investigation of Nafe(PO3)3 and Na3Fe3(PO4)4 Orthophosphates for Sodium-Ion Batteries: Structural and Electrochemical Insight – R. Gond, G. Shinde, and P. Barpanda (Indian Institute of Science) Phthalocyanines Based Two-Phase Catalysts for Lithium Oxygen Batteries – A. Arul, M. Christy, K. U. Moon, H. Park, M. Y. Oh, and K. S. Nahm (Chonbuk National University) Electrochemical Behavior of Calcium Ions on Prussian Blue Analogue Electrodes – T. Tojo, Y. Sugiura, N. Oshida, H. Tawa, R. Inada, and Y. Sakurai (Toyohashi University of Technology) Growth and Electrochemical Characterization of Sea Urchin Shaped α-MnO2/RuO2 Mixed Oxides for Cathode Catalyst Application in Lithium–Oxygen Battery – K. U. Moon, H. Park, H. Jang, A. Arul, M. Christy, M. Y. Oh, and K. S. Nahm (Chonbuk National University)

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Structural-Ordered Flexible Polypyrrole Films Derived from Vapor Phase Polymerization Process As Ultrahigh-Rate Anodes for Li-Ion and Na-Ion Batteries – T. Yuan, S. Zheng (University of Shanghai for Science and Technology), and Z. F. Ma (Shanghai Electrochemical Energy Devices Research Centre, Shanghai Jiao Tong University) Surface Modifications of LiMn2O4 electrode for Aqueous Lithium Ion Batteries – J. Mun, A. V. Tron, J. Kim (Incheon National University), N. Go (Incheon National Univesity), Y. N. Jo (Korea Electronic Technology Institute), and W. Choi (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) Investigation of Reaction Mechanism in AllSolid-State Li-Air and Li-O2 Batteries – H. Kitaura and H. Zhou (AIST) Calcium-Ion Intercalation Chemistry of the Hewettite for Rechargeable CalciumIon Batteries – H. H. Kwak and S. T. Hong (DGIST) Honeycomb-Layer Structured Na3M(II)2M(V) O6 Cathode for Sodium-Ion Batteries – K. W. Nam (Dongguk University) The Lithium and Oxygen Concentration Dependence in Li-O2 Batteries Studied with Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Microbalance and Cylindrical Microelectrodes – J. Lindberg (KTH Royal Institute of Technology), B. Wickman (Chalmers University of Technology), M. Behm, and G. Lindbergh (KTH Royal Institute of Technology) Exploring the Electrochemical Reaction Mechanism of Carbonate Oxidation in Li-Air/ CO2 Battery through Tracing Missing Oxygen – P. He (Nanjing University) Modeling the Thermodynamic and Kinetic Effects on the Electrochemical Performance of Planar Na-NiCl2 Batteries – C. S. Kim, Y. Xu (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee), G. Li (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), Y. C. Park, and K. Jung (Research Institute of Industrial Science and Technology) Importance and Possibility of the First Discharge for High Energy Lithium Metal Anode Rechargeable Battery – H. Abe (Tokyo Metropolitan University), M. Nemoto, M. Kubota (Furukawa Battery Co., Ltd.), K. Imazawa (3DOM Inc.), H. Munakata, and K. Kanamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University) Oxygen Selective Membrane for Lithium Air Batteries – L. Cao, F. Lv, Y. Liu, W. Wang, Y. Huo, and Z. Lu (South University of Science and Technology of China) Electrochemical and Structural Characterizations of a Zinc-Ion Battery System Consisting of Zn2Mo6S8 As the Negative and Zn3[Fe(CN)6]2 As the Positive Material – M. S. Chae and S. T. Hong (DGIST) Metal Sulfide Nanofiber Anodes for High Capacity Sodium Rechargeable Batteries – W. H. Ryu (Sookmyung Women’s University) and A. D. Taylor (Yale University) Tailored Transition Metal Oxide Spheres Using Versatile Polymer-Template for Sodium-Ion Battery Cathodes – E. Song (Hanyang university)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Synthesis and Characterization of Distorted Orthorhombic Type Na0.7MnO2 Cathode Material By Spray Pyrolysis – J. U. Choi and S. T. Myung (Sejong University) Statistical Analysis of Li-Oxygen Batteries – P. Andrei (Aeropropulsion, Mechatronics and Energy Center, Florida A&M University and Florida State University) and C. Zhu (Florida State University, Aeropropulsion, Mechatronics and Energy Center) Thermal Stability of C6O62--Based Organic Cathodes in Li-Ion and Na-Ion Batteries – L. Zhao (IMCE, Kyushu University), K. Chihara (Faculty of Science, Tokyo University of Science), A. Kitajou, E. Kobayashi, and S. Okada (IMCE, Kyushu University) Tuning Polysulfide Adsorption in Li-S Positive Electrodes with Metal Organic Frameworks. – H. Park (University of Michigan) and D. J. Siegel (University of Michigan, Technical University of Denmark) Compatibility Studies with New F-Free Electrolyte for Sodium Ion Batteries – A. Bitner-Michalska, T. Trzeciak (Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry), M. Poterala (Warsaw Technical University, Faculty of Chemistry), G. Z. Zukowska, L. Niedzicki, W. Wieczorek, and M. Marcinek (Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry) Gas Analysis Formed in Dual Carbon Battery Using LiPF6 in EC-Dmc – K. Inda (Kyushu University), T. Ishihara (wpi-I²CNER, Kyushu University), S. Ida (Kyushu University), and T. Kurihara (Faculty of Engineering, Kyushu University) Improved Performance and Fabrication of Interlayer for Advanced Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – H. M. Kim (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University), A. Manthiram (The University of Texas at Austin), and Y. K. Sun (Energy Engineering, Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea) Synthesis and Electrochemical Activity of Sodium Titanium Phosphate for Sodium Ion Battery – D. Kim (POSTECH), H. Park (Postech), and B. Kang (POSTECH) Investigating the Role of Redox Mediator on the Reaction Stability of Nonaqueous LithiumOxygen Batteries – Z. Liang and Y. C. Lu (The Chinese University of Hong Kong) Low-Cost Modular Battery Fabrication System Based on 3D-Printed Parts and Microcontrollers – A. Kim, A. Raj (Princeton University), L. Epstein (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), S. Biswas, and D. A. Steingart (Princeton University) Theoretical Overpotentials for Metal Anodes – K. S. Nagy, S. Kazemiabnavi, and D. J. Siegel (University of Michigan) Effects of O2 Concentration and Precipitates on the Lithium Air Battery – S. Uemura, S. Hirai, T. Sasabe (Tokyo Institute of Technology), N. Imanishi (Mie University), K. Torikai (Tokyo Institute of Technology), and T. Furuyama (Tokyo Intstitute of Technology)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

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Enhanced β”-Alumina Solid Electrolytes for Lower Temperature Operating Planar Sodium Beta-Alumina Batteries (LT-NBBs) – Y. Lee (Gyeongsang National University), Y. C. Park, S. Son, and K. Jung (Research Institute of Industrial Science and Technology) A Study on Long-Term Cycle Performance of Conventional Tin Anode for Sodium-Ion Batteries – C. Kim, H. Kim, M. K. Sadan, G. Cho, K. W. Kim, J. H. Ahn, and H. J. Ahn (Gyeongsang National University) Charge/Discharge Properties of Li Pre-Doped Si Anodes in Glyme-Based Electrolytes for Li-Air Batteries – M. Matsudaira, S. Kosaka, and M. Saito (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology) Analysis of Ion Transport in Glyme-Based Electrolyte Solutions for Li-Air Batteries – M. Saito, S. Yamada, Y. Tachikawa (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), K. Ito, and Y. Kubo (National Institute for Materials Science) Synthesis, Electrochemical Properties of 3D Structured Red P-Carbon As an Anode Material for Na-Ion Battery – J. H. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), H. W. Lee (UNIST), J. H. Yun, and D. K. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Nanorod Assembly in a Spherical Secondary Particle for High-Energy Sodium Ion Batteries – J. Y. Hwang (Hanyang University) and Y. K. Sun (Energy Engineering, Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea) Charge-Discharge Properties of a Phosphoric Acid Material System for Application in Sodium Ion Batteries – K. Nagao and H. Takahashi (IHI Corporation) Tin Oxide Anchored on Reduced Graphene Oxide Sheet to Provide Improved Electrochemical and Structural Properties for Alkali Ion (Li, Na) As an Anode Material for Rechargeable Battery – C. H. Jo, J. H. Jo, and S. T. Myung (Sejong University) Unusual Na Storage Behavior of Ordered Mesoporous Carbon on Ether-Based Electrolyte System – Y. Kim, G. H. Lew, W. Oh, M. Jeong (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University), X. Jin, J. M. Kim (Department of Chemistry, Sungkyunkwan University), and W. S. Yoon (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University) Understanding the Critical Role of Carbon Nanotube Surface Chemistry Towards the Electrochemical Behavior in Li-O2 Cells – R. A. Wong (RIKEN, Tokyo Institute of Technology), K. Waki (Tokyo Institute of Technology), and H. R. Byon (KAIST, RIKEN) All-Solid-State Li Battery with Sulfur Composite Cathode – H. U. Choi and H. T. Lim (Changwon National University) Novel Sodium-Rich Anti-Perovskites – H. Nguyen, S. Hy, E. Wu, Z. Deng (University of California, San Diego), T. A. Yersak (General Motors Global R&D), S. P. Ong (University of California, San Diego), and Y. S. Meng (University of California San Diego)

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Revealing the Impact of Anions in Lithium Oxygen Batteries – M. Iliksu (ISEA, RWTH Aachen University, Jülich Aachen Research Alliance, JARA-Energy), S. Yang (Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, RWTH Aachen University), and D. U. Sauer (Jülich Aachen Research Alliance, JARA-Energy, ISEA, RWTH Aachen University) Cobalt-Based Nanoparticles Decorating Carbon Nanofibers Films As Highly Efficient Electrocatalysts for Oxygen Reduction – I. T. Kim (Yonsei Institute of Convergence and Technology, School of integrated Technology, Yonsei University), M. J. Song (School of Integrated Technology, Yonsei University), and M. W. Shin (School of integrated Technology, Yonsei University) Molecular Simulation of Decomposition of Li2O2 and Li2CO3 during Charging Process of Li-O2 Battery – H. Takaba, M. Soeno, S. Iso, and M. K. Alam (Kogakuin University) Hierarchically Porous and Heteroatom Doped Carbon Host Matrix for Long Life Li/S Battery: A Mechanistic Investigation By inSitu Raman Spectroscopy and Ex-Situ XPS – B. P. Vinayan (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU),Germany) and M. Fichtner (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany) Na-Ion Batteries As a Pathway for Seawater Desalination – K. C. Smith (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) Probing the Enhancement Mechanism of Catalyst-Assisted Nonaqueous Oxygen Evolution Reaction in Lithium-Oxygen Batteries – Y. Wang and Y. C. Lu (The Chinese University of Hong Kong) P2- and P3-Type NaxCrxTi1-XO2 Layered Oxides As Bi-Functional Electrode Materials for Rechargeable Sodium Batteries – Y. Tsuchiya (Tokyo Denki University) and N. Yabuuchi (Tokyo Denki University, ESICBKyoto University) Enhancing Electrochemical Performance By Coating Al2O3 on Na0.6Mn0.66Ni0.22Co0.11O2 cathode in Sodium-Ion Batteries – N. A. Nguyen, K. Kim, I. Cho, M. H. Ryou, and Y. M. Lee (Hanbat National University) Charge Transport Mechanism in Solid-State Redox-End Members in Lithium-Sulfur(Li-S) Batteries – H. Park (University of Michigan), N. Kumar (Sandia National Laboratories), and D. J. Siegel (University of Michigan, Technical University of Denmark) Synthesis and Characterization of Mg-Doped Na0.6Ni0.3-XMgxTi0.7O2 as Anode Material for Sodium Ion Battery – J. E. Wang, J. H. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), H. G. Choi, H. S. Kwon, S. H. Kim (Korea Science Academy of KAIST), and D. K. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) A Simple, One-Dimensional Electrochemical Model for the Lithium-Sulfur Battery – S. Can Erensoy and D. Eroglu (Middle East Technical University) Performance Enhancement in Redox Flow Batteries Using Bismuth Based Catalyst – Y. Kwon, Y. Suharto, S. Yang, and K. J. Kim (Seoul National University of Science and Technology)

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Perovskite-Type La0.8Sr0.2Co0.8Fe0.2O3 with Uniform Dispersion on Graphene As an Efficient Bi-Functional Li-O2 Battery Cathode – J. Cheng (Huazhong University of Science and Technology), B. Chi (Huazhong University of Scienc and Technology), G. Zhang, J. Li, Y. Jiang (Huazhong University of Science and Technology), L. Zou (Huazhong University of Science &Technology), Y. Zhang, Z. Wang, and Y. Huang (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) 789 Potassium Ion Cells Using Graphite Electrodes – P. Chun Guk (Suncheon University) 790 Sulfur-Infiltrated Hierarchical Porous Carbon (HPC) Cathodes for Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – D. S. Jung (Korea institute of ceramic engineering and technology), K. C. Roh (Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering & Technology), and J. W. Choi (KAIST) 791 Understanding the Mechanism of Two-Step Discharge Behavior in Lithium Air Batteries with Extremely High Capacity – W. K. Kim, J. S. Kim, D. G. Jin, J. N. Kim, K. H. Ryu, and H. T. Lee (HYUNDAI MOTOR COMPANY) 792 Analytical Study of SEI Formation Process on Lithium Metal – H. Sonoki, H. Kuwata (Mie University), M. Matsui (Mie University, JST, PRESTO), and N. Imanishi (Mie University) 794 Systematic Investigation on Ion Transport Mechanism in Glyme-Based Electrolytes for Li-Air Batteries – S. Yamada, Y. Tachikawa (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), K. Ito, Y. Kubo (National Institute for Materials Science), and M. Saito (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology) 795 MnO2 Coated with Polyaniline As Active Air Electrode for Li-O2 Reversible Battery – M. Eguchi, I. C. Jang, S. Ida (Kyushu University), and T. Ishihara (wpi-I2CNER, Kyushu University) 796 Decomposition Mechanism of Discharged Product in Lithium Air Battery Optimized By Dandelion-like NiCo2O4 Hollow Sphere – B. Chi (Huazhong University of Scienc and Technology), L. Zou (Huazhong University of Science &Technology), Y. Jiang, J. Cheng, J. Li (Huazhong University of Science and Technology), and J. Li (Huazhong University of Science and Techonolgy) 797 Operando soft X-Ray Absorption and Raman Spectroscopic Study on Magnesium Deposition By Using Ether-Based Electrolyte – M. Hattori, K. Yamamoto, T. Mori (Kyoto University, Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies), Y. Orikasa (Department of Applied Chemistry, Ritsumeikan University), K. Nakanishi (Research Organization of Science and Engineering, Ritsumeikan University), H. Tanida (Kyoto University, Office of SocietyAcademia Collaboration for Innovation), Y. Tamenori (JASRI), K. Shimoda, M. Mori (Office of Society-Academia Collaboration for Innovation, Kyoto University), Y. Koyama (Kyoto University, Office of SocietyAcademia Collaboration for Innovation), and Y. Uchimoto (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University, Kyoto University)

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798 V2O5-SiO2 and V2O5-B2O3 As Cathode Materials for Rechargeable Mg-Ion Batteries – K. Jayasayee, S. M. Hanetho, P. I. Dahl, O. Paulsen, J. Kvello (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), L. Wang (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), J. R. Tolchard (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), F. Vullum-Bruer, and A. Fiksdahl (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) 799 The Effects of Electrolyte Variations on the Oxygen Efficiency in Lithium Air Batteries – K. H. Ryu, W. K. Kim, S. Seo, and H. T. Lee (HYUNDAI MOTOR COMPANY) 800 Octahedron like Antimony Oxide: An Efficient Anode for Rechargeable Sodium Ion Batteries – R. S. Kalubarme (Savitribai Phule Pune University), C. J. Park (Chonnam National University), and S. W. Gosavi (Savitribai Phule Pune University) 801 Effects of Carbon Supports on Air Electrode Properties of Lanthanum Manganite-Based Catalysts for Li-Air Batteries – Y. Tachikawa, H. Suzuki, S. Kosaka (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), H. Shiroishi (National Institute of Technology, Tokyo College), Y. Tanaka (Tokyo University of Science), S. Seki (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry), and M. Saito (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology) 802 Investigation of Discharge Products of Mg-Air Battery with Non-Aqueous EtherBased Electrolytes – H. Inoue, Y. Akita, H. Munakata, and K. Kanamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University) 803 Vanadium Dioxide – S. T. Myung (Sejong University), N. H. Mahadi (SEJONG UNIVERSITY), J. S. Park (Sejong University), and Y. K. Sun (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University) 804 the Role of Ceramic Filler in Microporous Gel Electrolytes for Sodium Ion Batteries – S. Kim, N. A. Nguyen, K. Kim, M. H. Ryou (Hanbat National University), and Y. Lee (Hanbat National Univ.) 805 Thermally Reduced Graphite Oxide for Potassium Ion Battery Anodes – J. H. Jeong (Sunchon National University, Sunchon, S. Korea.) and M. Pyo (Sunchon National University, Sunchon, S. Korea.,) 806 Short and Intermediate Range Ordering in Fast Cation Glasses for Battery Applications – M. Kassem (University of Littoral, France), T. Usuki (Yamagata University, Japan), and E. Bychkov (University of Littoral, France) 807 Phosphide-Based Nanocomposites As HighPerformance Anode Materials for Na-Ion Batteries – K. S. Hong, D. H. Nam, S. J. Lim, D. Sohn, T. H. Kim, and H. Kwon (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) 808 Improvement of Charge-Discharge Cycling Performances of Zinc Electrode By Using Porous-TiO2-Coated Zinc As a Negative Electrode Active Material – M. Ono, A. Nakata, H. Arai, and Z. Ogumi (Kyoto University)

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Carbon Coated Mesoporous CeO2 on Graphene Foam As Flexible Cathode in Lithium-Air Batteries – Y. Jiang, J. Cheng (Huazhong University of Science and Technology), L. Zou (Huazhong University of Science &Technology), and B. Chi (Huazhong University of Scienc and Technology) 810 RuO2/MnO2 Nanorods As High Efficient Electrocatalyst of Lithium-Oxygen Battery – Y. F. Xu (Xiamen university), G. L. Xu (Argonne National Laboratory), X. R. Zhang, Y. Chen (Xiamen university), Z. Chen (Argonne National Laboratory), L. Huang (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University), J. T. Li (College of Energy, Xiamen University), K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory), and S. G. Sun (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University) 811 Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) Derived Porous Co3O4/Carbon Composites for Lithium-Air Batteries – M. J. Song (School of Integrated Technology, Yonsei University), I. T. Kim, and M. W. Shin (School of integrated Technology, Yonsei University) 812 Electro Chemical Properties of Hard Carbon Single Particles for Anode in Sodium Ion Batteries – S. Lim (Chungnam national university), Y. Yamada (Tokyo Metropolitan University), S. S. Kim (Chungnam National University), and K. Kanamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University) 813 Mesoporous Sodium Vanadium Phosphate/ Carbon As Efficient Cathode Materials for Rechargeable Sodium-Ion Batteries – T. F. Hung (Industrial Technology Research Institute), W. J. Cheng (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology), W. S. Chang, C. C. Yang (Industrial Technology Research Institute), and Y. L. Kuo (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology) 814 Air Electrode Study for Rechargeable and Long-Life Zinc-Air Batteries – Y. C. Lee (Industrial Technology Research Institute), W. J. Cheng (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology), W. S. Chang, and C. C. Yang (Industrial Technology Research Institute) 815 Electrochemical Performance of NaNiCoMnO2 for Cathode Material in Sodium Ion Batteries – G. Shin (Chungnam national university) and S. S. Kim (Chungnam National University) 816 A Simple Approach of Electrolyte Development for Magnesium Ion Battery – N. Sa (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), H. Wang (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), B. Key (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), S. M. Brombosz (Argonne National Lab), A. Burrell (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), and J. T. Vaughey (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne National Laboratory) 817 Catalytic Activity Variation with the Crystal Structure Change of PdCu Nanocatalysts for Rechargeable Lithium-Oxygen Batteries – M. Park, K. Song, and Y. M. Kang (Dept. of Energy and Materials Eng., Dongguk University)

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Electrochemical Deposition and Dissolution Behavior of Magnesium Metal in Organosilicon-Containing Electrolyte Solutions – M. Ouchi, T. Fukutsuka, K. Miyazaki, and T. Abe (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University) Cycling Performance and Interfacial Phenomena of High-Energy Li-Ion Battery with Sulfur-Based Cathode and SiliconBased Anode – D. T. Nguyen (Dept. of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry, Chungnam National University, Republic of Korea), A. Hoefling, S. Diez, W. Pauer, H. U. Moritz, P. Theato (Institute for Technical and Macromolecular Chemistry, University of Hamburg, Germany), Y. J. Lee (Institute for Inorganic and Applied Chemistry, University of Hamburg, Germany), and S. W. Song (Dept. of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry) The Effect of the V2O5 Morphology on the Intercalation Behavior of Na+-Ions – L. Seidl, S. Martens, U. Stimming, and O. Schneider (Technische Universität München) Hierarchical Ru and RuO2 Foams with Superior Performance for Rechargeable Lithium – J. Suk (Korea Research Institute of Chemical Research), K. H. Kwak (Korea Resarch Institute of Chemical Technology), and Y. Kang (Korea Research Institute of Chemical Research) Local Structure and Li Ion Dynamics in Garnet Li7-2xGaxLa3Zr2O12 Solid Electrolytes – R. Jalem (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan) and M. Nakayama (Nagoya Institute of Technology, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan) 1D Structured Fe-Doped Tunnel Na0.44MnO2 Cathode Material with Excellent High Rate and Long Cycle Life Performance for Sodium Ion Battery Application – M. Amedzo-Adore (Dept. of Energy and Materials Eng., Dongguk University), D. W. Han (Korea Automotive Technology Institute), J. Yang, and Y. M. Kang (Dept. of Energy and Materials Eng., Dongguk University) Mesoporous RuO2/Fe2O3 Nanofiber As Efficient Electrocatalyst for Lithium Oxygen Batteries – Z. Huang, Y. Shen (laboratory of energy storage and conversion), and Y. Huang (laboratory of Energy Storage and Conversion) High-Capacity Na-Excess Positive Electrode Materials; Na3NbO4-NaMnO2 Binary System – K. Sato and N. Yabuuchi (Tokyo Denki University) A Renewable Anthraquinone Derivative As Organic Anode Materials for Sodium-Ion Batteries – D. Wu (Huazhong University of Science and Technology), Y. Huang (laboratory of energy storage and conversion), and X. Hu (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) Insight into the Na-Storage Mechanism of Bismuth Oxyiodide Anode Materials – X. Liu (Huazhong University of Sicence and Technology), Y. Huang, and X. Hu (Huazhong University of Science and Technology)

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Rechargeable Aqueous Lithium-Air Batteries – H. Nemori, K. Rahman, H. Izumi, S. Mitsuoka (Suzuki Motor Corporation), X. Shang, O. Yamamoto, N. Imanishi (Mie University), and M. Nomura (Suzuki Motor Corporation) A Rotating Ring Disk Electrode Study of the Stability in Different Electrolytes for LithiumOxygen Batteries – J. S. Chen and M. H. Cheng (National University of Kaohsiung) Improvement of a Capacity Utilization By Introducing an Asymmetric Anolyte/Catholyte Volume in Vanadium Redox Flow Battery – J. H. Park and J. H. Yang (Korea Institute of Energy Research) Accommodating Lithium into a ThreeDimensional Carbon Framework As the Anode for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries – J. Xiang, L. Yuan, and Y. Huang (Huazhong University of Science and Technology)

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Battery / The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) / KECS Battery Division / Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (CSE) 303 B, Hawai’i Convention Center

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Determining Factors for Charge-Discharge Performances of Composite Electrode in Lithium-Ion Battery – Y. Orikasa (Department of Applied Chemistry, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto University), H. Yamashige, H. Tanida (Kyoto University), M. Katayama (Ritsumeikan University), K. Kitada, K. Z. Chen (Kyoto University), Y. Inada, T. Ohta (Ritsumeikan University), Z. Siroma (Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), S. Kato, H. Kinoshita (KRI, Inc.), H. Arai, Z. Ogumi, and Y. Uchimoto (Kyoto University) Mechanistic Study of Parasitic Reactions on Cathodes of Lithium-Ion Batteries – Z. Chen, X. Zeng (Argonne National Laboratory), T. Ma (University of Rochester), and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory) Understanding the Abnormal Capacity of Metal Hydroxide Anode Material for Next Generation Lithium Rechargeable Batteries – H. Kim (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University), M. Balasubramanian (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), J. Yoo, W. Lee, J. Yoon (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University), J. M. Kim (Department of Chemistry, Sungkyunkwan University), and W. S. Yoon (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University) Healing of Micro-Cracks in Silicon-Aluminum Anodes for Lithium-Ion Cells: Role of Silicon Particle Size and Electrolyte Composition – S. Bhattacharya and A. T. Alpas (University of Windsor) Effect of Zero Volt Storage on Commercial Lithium Titanate Cells – M. Brunell (University of Warwick), B. Hanauer (Altairnano), M. Loveridge, R. Dashwood, and R. Bhagat (University of Warwick) Effects of Cell Reversal on Li-Ion Batteries – E. J. Nemanick, D. Wang, J. Matsumoto, and N. Ives (The Aerospace Corporation) The Mechanism of Decreasing Resistance by SDXTM in Lithium Ion Battery – A. Takeda, T. Nakamura, H. Yokouchi, and H. Tomozawa (Showa Denko K. K.) Coffee Break The Effect of Contact Resistance during Nail Penetration of Commercial Automotive Lithium-Ion Cells – A. Abaza (WMG, the University of Warwick)

Li Plating Quantification in Commercial Graphite‖LiFePO4 cells – D. Anseán (University of Oviedo, Electrical Engineering Dept.), M. Dubarry, A. Devie, B. Y. Liaw (University of Hawaii, Hawaii Natural Energy Institute), V. M. García (University of Oviedo, Analytical Chemistry Dept.), J. C. Viera, and M. González (University of Oviedo, Electrical Engineering Dept.) Impedance Spectra Associated with Metal Deposition at the Negative Electrode from Contaminated Metal Particles at the Positive Electrode in a Lithium Ion Battery – H. Nakajima (Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kyushu University), A. Inada (Center for Co-Evolutional Social Systems, Kyushu Univ.), T. Kitahara (Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kyushu University), and Y. Nagata (Department of Hydrogen Energy Systems, Kyushu University) Investigation into Estimation of Battery Core Temperature Using Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy on a 4P1S Array of 26650 Cells – B. Huhman (US Naval Research Laboratory), C. T. Love (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), and J. M. Heinzel (Naval Surface Warfare Center - Philadelphia Division) In-Situ Diagnostics of Ageing Mechanisms in Li-Ion Batteries Using Entropy Spectroscopy and Incremental Capacity Analysis – P. J. S. Vie, J. P. Maehlen, H. F. Andersen, and M. Kirkengen (Institute for Energy Technology) Exploiting Zinc Dendrite Formation and Bromine Transport Properties to Build a Safer, More Reliable Zn-Br2 Battery – T. Hodson (Princeton University)

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Investigation of Anode/Cathode Electrolyte Interfaces at High Cell Voltages with and without Additives – D. Liu (Graduate School at Shenzhen, Tsinghua University) Lifetime Prediction of Massively Parallelized Lithium-Ion Batteries – F. E. Hust, J. Kabzinski, M. Niessen, H. Witzenhausen, and D. U. Sauer (RWTH Aachen University ISEA) Title: Mechanical Behaviour of Lithium Ion Pouch Cells Under the Influences of Electrochemical Aging or Mechanical Injury – L. Shi and U. Kunz (Clausthal University of Technology) Investigation on Electrochemical Properties and Degradation Mechanism of CylindricalType Li-Ion Rechargeable Battery without Deconstruction – H. Kobayashi, K. Kuratani, S. Koike, and Y. Saito (AIST) High-Precision Measurement of Side Reaction Current on Lithium Insertion Electrodes in Lithium-Ion Cells – Y. Fukunishi, Y. Yamada, and K. Ariyoshi (Osaka City University) Diagnosis of the Storage Aging of a Commercial Cell with Neutron Powder Diffraction – S. H. Wu and P. H. Lee (Tatung University)

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Lithium Plating Identification and Quantification in Li-Ion Cell from Degradation Behaviors – Y. Zhang, X. Li, L. Su, Z. Li (Tsinghua University), B. Y. Liaw (University of Hawaii at Manoa), and J. Zhang (Tsinghua University)

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(Invited) Ultracapacitive Energy Storage Using 2D Nanomaterials Under Extreme Conditions – H. S. Park (SungKyunKwan University) Double Reinforced Energy Storage of Graphene By KOH Activation and Nitrogen Doping – Y. Wang (University of Tennessee Knoxville), J. Guo (university of tennessee, knoxville), H. Lyu (University of Tennessee Knoxville), S. Wei (Lamar University), and Z. Guo (University of Tennessee Knoxville) Flexible Wire-Shaped Supercapacitors in Parallel Double Helix Configuration with Stable Electrochemical Properties Under Static/Dynamic Bending – K. Guo and H. Li (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) Surface Functionalization and Capacitance Enhancement of Activated Carbon through Mechanical Activation – L. Li (Illinois Institute of Technology), C. Liu (Wanger Institute for Sustainable Energy Research), and L. Shaw (Illinois Institute of Technology) Break

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Electrochemical Processing and Chemical Modification of Carbon Cloth for Capacitive Applications – M. Nakayama, K. Komine, and S. Iguchi (Yamaguchi University) Hemp-Derived Activated Carbons for Electrochemical Energy Storage – S. M. Lipka, C. R. Swartz, J. E. Mroczkowska, and W. Sun (University of Kentucky) Electric Double Layer Capacitor Properties of Pillared Carbons – Y. Matsuo, T. Fukuda (University of Hyogo), O. Kimizuka (KRI Inc.), M. Nishijima, and H. Kinoshita (KRI, Inc.) Investigating the Effects of Slurry Preparation Protocol on Electrochemical Performance of Carbon Based Flowable Electrodes – B. Akuzum, L. Agartan, Y. Gogotsi, and E. C. Kumbur (Drexel University) Resolving the Effects of Surface Area and Porosity on the Capacitance of Activated Carbon – J. E. Zuliani, D. W. Kirk, and C. Q. Jia (University of Toronto) Simultaneous Production of High-Performance Flexible Textile Electrodes and Fiber Electrodes for Wearable Energy Storage – C. Xu (College of William and Mary) and L. Dong (Tsinghua University)

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(Invited) In Situ Gas Analysis of Carbon Based Supercapacitor Operating in Aqueous Electrolyte – M. He (Paul Scherrer Institute), K. Fic (Poznan University of Technology), P. Novák, E. J. Berg (Paul Scherrer Institute, Electrochemistry Laboratory), and E. Frackowiak (Poznan University of Technology) Directly-Grown Hierarchical Carbon Nanotube@Polypyrrole Core-Shell Hybrid on Carbon Cloth As a High-Performance Flexible Supercapacitor with High Cycle Stability – I. Shown (Inst. of Atomic and Molecular Sci., Academia Sinica), Y. Yesi (Center for Condensed Matter Sciences), L. C. Chen (Center for Condensed Matter Sciences, Natl Taiwan Univ), and K. H. Chen (Inst. of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica, Center for Condensed Matter Sciences, Natl Taiwan Univ) Metal-Free Nanocomposite Materials Based on Carbon Nitride Nanofibers and Graphene Oxide for Electrochemical Applications: Supercapacitors & Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction (ORR) – O. MovilCabrera (Ohio University), J. A. Staser (Chemical Engineering), and A. A. RodriguezSilva (Ohio University) Electrochemical Capacitor Electrodes Based on High-Purity Eelectrospun Polyaniline and Polyaniline-Carbon Nanotube Nanofibers – S. Simotwo, C. Delre, and V. Kalra (Drexel University) Break

A07 Panel Discussion – 16:00 – 17:00 Co-Chairs: Thierry Brousse, Daniel Bélanger and Andrea Balducci 16:00

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Carbon Nanostructures: From Fundamental Studies to Applications and Devices

Nanocarbons / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) 318 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

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Graphene Conductivity Control By Friction Induced Charge Trapping – S. Kim, T. Y. Kim, K. H. Lee (Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU)), C. Falconi (University of Roma “Tor Vergata”), and S. W. Kim (Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU)) The Role of Superficial Graphene in Electroforming Process – H. Ryo, S. Bae, T. W. Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), J. S. Ha (Chonnam national university), and S. H. Lee (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) Graphene Based Electronic Textiles Fabricated with Natural Materials – J. W. Jeon, S. Han, D. S. Shin, and B. H. Kim (Department of Physics, Incheon National University)

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Tunable Giant Magnetoresistance Behavior and Electron Conductivity of Conjugated Naopolyaniline – Z. Guo, J. Guo (University of Tennessee Knoxville), Q. He (University of Tennessee Knoville), Y. Wang, and X. Yan (University of Tennessee Knoxville) The Redox Reaction of Triiodide Ions/Iodide at Various Carbon Nanohorn Films-Modified Electrodes Prepared By the Electrophoretic Deposition Will be Discussed – M. Matsunaga and K. Suda (Chuo University, Japan) Break Role of Carbon Nanostructured Platform in Electron Transfer of Flavin-Dependent Oxidases – B. Kowalewska (University of Warsaw, Department of Chemistry) and K. Jakubow (Department of Chemistry, University of Warsaw) Hierarchical Porous Carbon Scaffolds As a Materials Scaffold for the Attachment of Silicon in Lithium Ion Battery Anodes – L. Estevez, S. Jeong, R. Cao, J. Zheng, X. Li, W. Xu, and J. G. Zhang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) The Role of Graphene Nanostructures on Colloidal Quantum Dot Photovoltaic Devices – M. Tavakoli (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Sharif university of technology), R. Tavakoli (Hedayat high school.), A. Simchi (Sharif University of Technology), and Z. Fan (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) Carbon Nanocomposite for Photo-Energy Conversion – Y. Shen (Medical School, Southeast University) Theoretical Study of Sp2-sp3 Hybrid Carbon Networks for Energy Storage – Y. Wen (Huazhong University of Science and Technology), X. Liu (School of Mechanical science and Engineering, HUST), B. Shan, and R. Chen (Huazhong University of Science and Technology)

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Corrosion Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center

C01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Rudolph Buchheit and Sannakaisa Virtanen •

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Preparation of Hydrophilic Carbon NanoParticles and Its Application to the Counter Electrodes of DSSCs – S. Ikeda, A. Nobumoto, H. ONO, S. ONO (Shion co., ltd.), M. Kouhnavard (MJIIT, UTM-KL, Malaysia), N. A. Ludin, K. Sopian (SERI, UKM, Malaysia), and M. Miyake (MJIIT, UTM-KL, Malaysia) Nitrogen-Doped Carbon Nanofibers for the Oxygen Reduction: The Role of Iron As Growth Catalyst – M. E. M. Buan, N. Muthuswamy, A. Cognigni (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), J. C. Walmsley (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), D. Chen, and M. Rønning (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) Assessment of Nanostructured Carbons As Electrocatalyst Supports for Solid Acid Fuel Cells – R. A. Elgammal (University of Tennessee-Knoxville), A. B. Papandrew (University of Tennessee Knoxville), M. Tian (University of Tennessee), G. M. Veith (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and T. A. Zawodzinski (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, University of Tennessee)

Effects of Deposition Temperature on Synthesis of Ultrananocrystalline Diamond/ Amorphous Carbon Composite Films on Cemented Carbide Substrate By Coaxial Arc Plasma Deposition – M. Egiza (Kyushu University, Kafrelsheikh University), H. Naragino (Yamaguchi University), A. Tominaga (Kyushu University), K. Murasawa, H. Gonda, M. Sakurai (OSG Corporation), and T. Yoshitake (Kyushu university) A Systematic Study of Modified Carbon Electrodes for the All‑Vanadium Redox Flow Cell – from Model Electrodes to Application – S. M. Taylor, A. Patru (Paul Scherrer Institut), O. Nibel (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut), M. El Kazzi (Paul Scherrer Institute, Electrochemistry Laboratory), L. Gubler (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute), and T. J. Schmidt (Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, ETH Zürich) Tailoring the Nanostructure of Colloidal Imprinted Carbons for Their Application in Electrochemical Devices – M. Atwa (University of Calgary, Canada, Suez Canal University, Egypt), D. O’Connell, X. Li, K. Karan, and V. Birss (University of Calgary)

Simultaneous Interferometry and Microscopy Reveal Unexpected Nickel Corrosion Dynamics in Confined Geometry – C. Merola (Max-Planck-Institut f. Eisenforschung GmbH), H. W. Cheng (Max-Planck Institut für Eisenforschung), K. Kristiansen (University of California, Santa Barbara), Y. J. Chen (Max-Planck Institut für Eisenforschung), J. Israelachvili (University of California, Santa Barbara), and M. Valtiner (Max-PlanckInstitut für Eisenforschung GmbH) In Situ Visualization of Corrosion Processes of Metal Thin Films in Aqueous Solutions – J. H. Park (MAE/ACEE Princeton University, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center), D. A. Steingart (Princeton University), and F. M. Ross (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center) Development of Estimation Model for Corrosion Rate of Silver in Hydrogen Sulfide Gas – S. Takahashi and H. Kawarai (Mitsubishi Electric Corporation) Hydrogen Entry Behavior into PreRusted Steel in an Atmospheric Corrosion Environment – S. Kaneko, E. Tada, and A. Nishikata (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Corrosion Behavior of Aluminium Bronze with Addition of Silicon Prepared By Powder Metallurgy – A. H. Zamri, N. A. M. Zahri, and N. L. Sukiman (University of Malaya) Electrochemical Corrosion Behaviors of 304 Stainless Steel with the Bimodal Grain Size Distribution – Y. Gao (South China University of Technology) Effect of Zn Existence on Mg Corrosion Due to Cu – H. Ishimaru, T. Morishige, and T. Takenaka (Kansai University) Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Galvanic Corrosion Studies of Aluminum Coupled to Non-Passivating and Passivating Alloys – K. Quiambao (University of Hawaii at Manoa) Electrochemical Properties of Fe-Based Amorphous Metallic Coatings in Aqueous Media – S. Kim, J. W. Kim (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology), and J. H. Kim (Ulsan National Institute of Sceince and Technology) Control of Galvanic Corrosion Behavior Between Tungsten and Titanium Nitride in CMP Application – K. Lee (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University), J. Seo (WCU Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University), J. Moon (Memory Clean/CMP Technology Team, Samsung Electronics), Y. Jung (Changwon National University), and U. Paik (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University) Corrosion Behavior of Sn-1Ag-0.5Cu Solder Alloy with the Addition of Fe and Bi – N. W. Subri, B. Ali, M. F. M. Subri, and N. L. Sukiman (University of Malaya) Corrosion Fatigue Behavior of Low-Carbon Structural Steel in NaCl Solution – M. Otsuka, E. Tada, and A. Nishikata (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Tribocorrosion of Type 316L Stainless Steel with Nanopore Arrays in Stimulated Body Fluid – C. Toji, S. Miyabe, H. Tsuchiya, and S. Fujimoto (Osaka University) Investigation of Electrochemical Properties Between Titanium Scraps and Recycled – Y. H. Jin and J. K. Yang (Institute for Advanced Engineering) Local Electrochemical Study of Friction Stitch Welded X65 Steel Using Scanning Vibrating Electrode Technique – Y. Gu, H. Ma, and H. Gao (Beijing Institute of Petrochemical Technology) Ni-Ta-Si Brazes for Planar Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Applications – Q. Zhou, T. Das, Y. Ma, Y. Qi, J. D. Nicholas, and T. Bieler (Michigan State University) Galvanic Corrosion of AA5052 AluminumMagnesium Alloy and Carbon Steel in NaCl Solutions – G. Urase, E. Tada, and A. Nishikata (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Corrosion Resistance of Laser Powder Bed Fusion Built Fe-Cr-Mn-Si-W-Mo-B-C Alloy – J. W. Oh, H. Na, and H. Choi (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology) Evaluation of Ant-Nest Corrosion Rate of Copper in Formic Acid Vapor – S. Kumakura (Tokyo Institute of Technology), M. Hayashi (Central Nippon Expressway Company Limited), E. Tada, and A. Nishikata (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Study of Measuring Method for Corrosion Behavior Analysis in Low Concentration Solution – Y. Yagi (Shibaura Institute of Technology, NAKABOHTEC corrosion protecting co., ltd.), R. Suzuki, and K. Noda (Shibaura Institute of Technology)

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Corrosion Morphologies in Different Welding Zones of Friction-Stir Welded (FSW) Aluminum Alloy AA5086AA5086, AA6061AA6061, and Dissimilar AA5086AA6061 Joints Exposed in Various Atmospheric Environments – N. Wohner and L. H. Hihara (University of Hawaii at Manoa) Influences of Inert Particles on Corrosion Behavior of Carbon Steel Under Sodium Chloride Droplet – Y. Wang and L. Zhong (Ocean University of China) Effect of Sulfate on Corrosion Behavior of Reinforcing Steel in Simulated Concrete Pore Solutions – R. G. Du (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University), S. G. Dong (College of Energy, Xiamen University), Y. B. Gao, Y. Liang, and Z. C. Guan (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University) Numerical Models of Cathodic Protection for Buried Steel Pipes Under Insulator Coating Layer – M. Odahara, H. Tsuchiya, and S. Fujimoto (Osaka University) Effects of Crystallinity of Spark Plasma Sintered Fe Base Nano-Composite Alloy – H. Na, J. W. Oh, and H. Choi (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology) Corrosion of Aluminum Alloy-Polymer Matrix Composite Interfaces in Diverse Natural Atmospheric Environments – B. E. Howard and L. H. Hihara (University of Hawaii at Manoa) Effect of Green Corrosion Inhibitors on the Corrosion Behaviour of Nanocrystalline W-42Cr-5Ni Alloy in 0.5 M NaCl Solution – D. B. Subedi III (Universal Science College) Surface Analysis of 4-Methyl-2-PhenylImidazole on the Cu Surface – M. Finsgar (University of Maribor) The Synthesis and Anticorrosion Performance of Polyaniline/SiO2 Nanocomposites with Different Wettability – L. Zhong (Ocean University of China) Oxide Scale Analysis of the Carbon Steel Exposed to Bentonite after Electrochemical Test – M. Uyama, T. Hitomi (Obayashi Corporation), H. Saito, K. Aoshima, and M. Osawa (Tokyo Denki University) Microstructure and Electrochemical Characterizations of Mn-Ce Conversion Coating on LZ91 Magnesium Alloy – K. L. Chang, S. Y. Jian (National Defense University), M. D. Ger (Department of A.C. & M.S.), and H. H. Sheu (National Defense University) Semiconductive Behavior of Anodic Titanium Oxide Films with Different Thicknesses – E. Fujimura, Y. Fujioka, H. Tsuchiya, and S. Fujimoto (Osaka University) Formation of Nanotubular Oxide Layers on Ti Alloys Containing Noble Metal – Y. Otani, H. Tsuchiya, and S. Fujimoto (Osaka University) Investigation of Anticorrosion Coatings for Iron Using Polyaniline By Electrochemical Impedance Method – A. Fujimatsu (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya Inst. of Tech.) and A. Aoki (Nagoya Institute of Technology)

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Electrochemical Conversion of CoSb3 in Various Acidic Electrolytes – D. Veys-Renaux (Institut Jean Lamour - Université de LorraineCNRS), R. Drevet (Institut Jean Lamour -Université de Lorraine-CNRS), C. Petitjean, L. Aranda (Institut Jean Lamour-Université de Lorraine-CNRS), N. David, and P. Berthod (Institut Jean Lamour - Université de LorraineCNRS) The Adsorption and Corrosion Inhibition of Some Nonionic Surfactants on Carbon Steel and Brass in Aggressive Media – F. Branzoi, C. Pacuretu (Institute of Physical Chemistry), and R. Branzoi (University Politehnica of Bucharest) The Contribution of Hydrogen to the Loss of Mechanical Properties of a 7046 Aluminium Alloy Pre-Exposed in a Chloride Media – L. Oger (Université de Toulouse, CIRIMAT, UPS / INPT / CNRS, Constellium Technology Center), C. Blanc (CIRIMAT, Université de Toulouse, CNRS, INPT, UPS), L. Peguet (Constellium Technology Center), G. Odemer (CIRIMAT - ENSIACET), and E. Andrieu (Université de Toulouse, CIRIMAT, UPS/ INPT/ CNRS) Hydration Structures and Water Chemistry at Zirconia-Water Interface – B. Hou, C. Park (Carnegie Institution of Washington), S. Kim, T. Kim (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology), J. H. Kim (Ulsan National Institute of Sceince and Technology), J. Kim, S. Hong (Materials Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory), and C. Bahn (Pusan National University) Layer-By-Layer Assembly of Graphene Oxide/Polymer Coating Film to Improve Corrosion Resistance – Y. S. Kim, W. Choi (Korea Electronics Technology Institute), H. Lee (nanohybrid materials laboratory), and S. Oh (Korea Electronics Technology Institute) Study of Micro-Scale Experimental Teaching Materials of Corrosion and Corrosion Protection for Maintenance Engineers – D. Ito, T. Yokoyama, and S. Okazaki (Faculty of Engineering, Yokohama National University)

Oxide Films: A Symposium in Honor of Masahiro Seo

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Nanostructured Iridium Oxide Micro Electrode Array for Neurostimulation Application – T. W. Chung (National Chiao Tung University), Y. C. Chen (National Taipei University of Technology), K. C. Tso (National Chiao Tung University), C. C. Chen (National United University), S. F. Chen (National Taipei University of Technology), P. W. Wu (National Chiao Tung University), and P. C. Chen (National Taipei University of Technology)

Development of Self-Healing Coat Using a Micro-Capsules for Corrosion Protection of Metal – M. Chiba, K. Anetai, C. Yamada (National Institute of Technology, Asahikawa College), S. Pletincx, H. Verbruggen (Vrije Universiteit Brussel), A. Hyono (National Institute of Technology, Asahikawa College), I. De Graeve, T. Herman (Vrije Universiteit Brussel), and H. Takahashi (National Institute of Technology, Asahikawa College) Design of High Performance Intermediate Temperature Fuel Cells Based on BaCe0.8Y0.2O3/Pd Heterointerfaces – Y. Aoki, T. Yamaguchi, E. Tsuji, and H. Habazaki (Hokkaido University) Durability of Electrodeposited Ni-Fe-Co-C Anodes for Alkaline Water Electrolysis – H. Sato, Y. Kanai (Tohoku Institute of Technology, Sendai, 982-8588 Japan), Z. Kato (Tohoku Institute of Technology, Sendai 982-8588, Japan), K. Izumiya, N. Kumagai (Hitachi Zosen, Co., Kashiwa 227-8515, Japan), and K. Hashimoto (Tohoku Institute of Technology, Sendai 982-8588, Japan) Suppression of Oxide Growth on Ti Substrate of Ir1-XSnxO2/Ti Anodes in Electrolytic Oxygen Evolution – Z. Kato, R. Kashima, K. Tatsumi, S. Fukuyama (Tohoku Institute of Technology, Sendai 982-8588, Japan), K. Izumiya, N. Kumagai (Hitachi Zosen, Co., Kashiwa 227-8515, Japan), and K. Hashimoto (Tohoku Institute of Technology, Sendai 9828588, Japan) Break

Oxide Formation and Applications – 10:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Kurt Hebert and Kazuhisa Azumi 10:00

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(Invited) Fabrication of Highly Ordered Anodic Porous Alumina and Its Applications to Functional Nanodevices – H. Masuda, T. Yanagishita, and T. Kondo (Tokyo Metropoliatn University) Anodizing of Aluminum in Etidronic Acid Solution – T. Kikuchi, A. Takenaga, O. Nishinaga, S. Natsui, and R. O. Suzuki (Hokkaido University) Anodic Oxides Layers: Synthesis and Formation of Composites for Energy Storage Devices – D. Kowalski (University of Warsaw) Development of Empirical Charge Transfer Interatomic Potential for Tantalum Oxide Nanostructures from First Principle Calculations – K. Sasikumar, B. Narayanan, and S. K. R. S. Sankaranarayanan (Argonne National Laboratory) Passivation and Potential Fluctuation of MgAlloy AZ31B in Alkaline Environments – H. Cong, S. Li (University of Akron), and N. Birbilis (Monash University) Revisiting the Effect of Crystallographic Orientation on the Corrosion of Commercially Pure Magnesium – L. G. Bland and J. Scully (University of Virginia)

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The Effect of Thermal Hydrogenation Processing on the Nano-Size Grain Refinement and Oxide Layer Fomation of Ti-6Al-4V Alloy – L. M. Wang (Dept. Power Vehicle & System Eng.,Chung Cheng Inst.of Tech) and C. J. Tsai (Dept. of Power Vehicle & System Eng.,Chung Cheng Inst. Tech)

Oxides in Biological Environments 1 – 14:00 – 15:40 Co-Chairs: Sannakaisa Virtanen and Shinji Fujimoto 14:00

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Corrosion Behaviors and Metal Ion Releases of Metallic Biomaterials in Simulated Body Fluid – Y. Tsutsumi, M. Ashida, P. Chen, H. Doi, and T. Hanawa (Tokyo Medical and Dental University) Electrochemical Characterization of the Titanium/Pbs Interface By Ambient Pressure X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy – C. Valero-Vidal (Advanced Light Source, LBNL, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), M. Favaro (Advanced Light Source - LBNL), Y. Yu (Dept. of Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Maryland), and E. J. Crumlin (Advanced Light Source - LBNL) Electrochemical Corrosion Study of Weld Joint of Nb and Ti6Al4V in Saline and Water – M. Wang, K. LeVert, P. Zhang, and T. Gorka (Medtronic plc) Quantifying the Role of Transition Metal (Re)Plating in the Cathodic Activation of Corroding Magnesium – E. Michailidou, H. N. McMurray, and G. Williams (Swansea University) Break

Oxides in Biological Environments 2 – 15:40 – 17:55 Co-Chairs: Geraint Williams and Sachiko Hiromoto 15:40

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(Invited) Surface Modification and Coating of Biodegradable Magnesium – S. Virtanen (University of Erlangen) Corrosion Behavior of Calcium PhosphateCoated Biomedical Magnesium Alloy Under in Vitro and In Vivo Environments – S. Hiromoto (National Institute for Materials Science), M. Inoue (National Institute for Materials Science, Present: Meiji Pharmaceutical University), and T. Taguchi (National Institute for Materials Science) Evaluation of Zn Doped Hydroxyapatite Plasma Spray Biocompatible Coatings on Metallic Substrates – S. Take, M. Kato, T. Asami, Y. Aihara, S. Izawa, and T. Atsumi (National Institute of Technology, Oyama College) Multifunctional Titanium Dioxide Nanotubes for Biomedical Applications – T. Shokuhfar (University of Illinois at Chicago) Electrochemical Behavior of NiTi Alloys during Rapid Straining – H. Tsuchiya, H. Yamamoto, and S. Fujimoto (Osaka University) Crack Initiation of Type 316L Stainless Steel Under Cyclic Deformation in Simulated Body Fluid – K. Doi (National Institute for Materials Science), S. Miyabe, H. Tsuchiya, and S. Fujimoto (Osaka University) Concluding Remarks

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High Temperature Corrosion and Materials Chemistry 12

High Temperature Materials / Corrosion / ECSJ Battery Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center

C03 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Elizabeth J. Opila and Paul E. Gannon •

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Corrosion Investigation of Ni-Free Nitrided Stainless Steel Material As Bipolar Plate for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell – S. Shironita, Y. Yu (Nagaoka University of Technology), K. Nakatsuyama (Nakatsuyama Heat Treatment Co., Ltd.), K. Souma (Nagaoka University of Technology, Hitachi Industrial Equipment Systems Co., Ltd), and M. Umeda (Nagaoka University of Technology) Solubility of Metal Oxides in Na2o-B2O3 Melts Associated with Basicity – R. Toki and T. Doi (Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation) Soaking Experiments for Understanding Corrosion Behavior of Zircaloy with Molten Stainless Steel−B4c at Elevated Temperatures – S. Matsuura (Nagaoka University of technology), M. Nanko (Nagaoka University of Technology), and M. Kurata (Japan Atomic Energy Agency) “Drop-n-Catch” Approach to Calorimetry of Laser Heated Levitated Alumina and Yttria Above 2000 °C – D. Kapush, S. V. Ushakov, and A. Navrotsky (University of California, Davis)

Pits & Pores 7: Nanomaterials – Fabrication Processes, Properties, and Applications

Corrosion / Luminescence and Display Materials / The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) 326 B, Hawai’i Convention Center

Corrosion – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Kurt Hebert and Hideki Masuda 08:00

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Wireless Corrosion Sensors: Review and Status – W. H. Smyrl (University of Minnesota) In-Situ Critical Pitting Temperature of Steels Using EC Noise – L. F. Garfias-Mesias (Environmental & Corrosion Testing of Materials) Pitting Corrosion of Copper Tubes for Drinking Water Applications Due to Silicate Films – R. Feser and S. Schewe (University of applied sciences South Westphalia) Break

Fabrication and Characterization 2 – 10:00 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: David J. Lockwood and Julien Bachmann 10:00

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(Invited) Complementary Experimental and Modeling Approaches to Elucidate Critical Conditions for Pit Stability and Repassivatio – R. G. Kelly and J. Srinivasan (University of Virginia) Dealloying Mechanism of Bulk-AlCu Intermetallic Phases (Al2Cu, Al7Cu2Fe, Al2CuMg) : Effect of Crystallographic Structure and Electrolyte – E. Rocca and J. Tardelli (Institut Jean Lamour - Université de Lorraine - CNRS)

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Enhanced Electrocatalytic Activity on Water Splitting with Niox Nanoflakes Electrode Fabricated Via Selective Etching and Reconstruction of Niw Amorphous Films – Y. Ling, F. Qin, S. Yu (Tsinghua University), and Y. Gu (Beijing Institute of Petrochemical Technology) Liquid-Cell Transmission Electron Microscopy of Localized Corrosion of Aluminum – A. Pinkowitz, S. Straub, R. Hull, and D. Duquette (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) Concluding Remarks

Atmospheric –and– Marine Corrosion

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Corrosion / ECSJ Corrosion 327, Hawai’i Convention Center

Methods and Modeling I – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Atsushi Nishikata and Eiji Tada 08:00

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In-Situ Corrosion Monitoring of Iron and Zinc in Atmospheric Environments – M. Omoda, D. Mizuno, and N. Ishikawa (JFE Steel Corporation) Atmospheric Corrosion Monitoring of Carbon Steel in Snowy Cold Region – H. Katayama (National Institute for Materials Science) Quantification and Prediction Tools for Atmospheric Corrosion and Electrochemistry in Non-Conventional (Micro-)Setups – H. Simillion, N. Van den Steen, H. Terryn, and J. Deconinck (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, SURF Group) Experimental Investigation on the Corrosivity of Atmosphere through the Atmospheric Corrosion Monitoring (ACM) Sensors – T. Shinohara, T. Dara (National Institute for Materials Science), and O. Umezawa (Yokohama National Unoversity) Microelectrode Test Configurations for Measurement of Galvanic Current Under Saline Drops in Simulated Atmospheric Conditions – C. Hangarter (US Naval Research Laboratory) and S. Policastro (Naval Research Laboratory) Break

Hydrogen Embrittlement – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Atsushi Nishikata and Eiji Tada 10:00

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AE Monitoring of Hydrogen Embrittlement Crack in Maraging Steel – I. Shinozaki, G. Nakayama, and Y. Sakakibara (Reserch Laboratory,IHI Corporation) Contribution of Hydrogen to the Intergranular Corrosion Damage in a 2024 T351 Aluminum Alloy – M. L. de Bonfils-Lahovary, M. Lafouresse, L. Laffont, and C. Blanc (CIRIMAT, Université de Toulouse, CNRS, INPT, UPS)

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A Comparative Study of Two Coating Systems Exposed for 2 Years in the Field and in Accelerated Atmospheric Corrosion Chamber Environments – D. C. Hansen (University of Dayton Research Institute) and L. Petry (Central State University) Evaluating Coating Degradation of Ballast Tank By Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – H. Hayashibara (National Maritime Research Institute), E. Tada, and A. Nishikata (Tokyo Institute of Technology) A Predictive Model for Zinc Runoff Rates from Zinc Sheet and Galvanized Steel in Outdoor Constructions – C. Leygraf and I. Odnevall Wallinder (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden) Effect of Mg2+ on the Corrosion Behavior of Zinc – E. Tada, Y. Tsurumaki, and A. Nishikata (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Electrochemical Evaluation of Degradation of Zn-Coated Steel Exposed to Cyclic Wet-Dry Condition – A. Nishikata, T. Okazaki, and E. Tada (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Break

Corrosion Protection – 16:00 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Christofer Leygraf and Hideki Katayama 16:00

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Inhibition of Flash Rusting of HY80 By a Mussel Adhesive Protein: Characterizing the Interaction of MAP-5 with a High Strength Low Alloy Steel – D. C. Hansen (University of Dayton, University of Dayton Research Institute) and B. N. Bennett (University of Dayton) Effect of Cations on the Growth of Atmospheric Rusts on Carbon Steel in Wet/ Dry Environments – K. T. Kim, K. Hayano (Osaka University), K. Hanaki, M. Yamashita (Kyoto Materials Co. Ltd.), and S. Fujimoto (Osaka University) Corrosion Protection Mechanism of Novel Copper Alloy Resistant to Formicary Corrosion – Y. Kyo, K. Kawano, S. Suzuki, K. Kanamori (UACJ Corporation R&D Division), H. Tamagawa (UACJ Copper Tube Corporation), and Y. Oya (UACJ Corporation R&D Division) Strong Correlations Between Structural Order and Passive State at Water-Copper Oxide Interfaces – B. Narayanan, M. Cherukara, S. Deshmukh (Argonne National Laboratory), R. Harder (Argonne National Laboratory Advanced Photon Source), S. Ramanathan (Harvard University), and S. K. R. S. Sankaranarayanan (Argonne National Laboratory) Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Micro-Biologically Induced Steel Corrosion and Corrosion Control in Simulated Marine Environment: Steel Electrochemical Response and Micro-Organisms Viability within Cathodic Protection Application – D. A. Koleva, Y. Gonzalez-Garcia, H. M. Jonkers (Delft University of Technology), and L. Polerecky (Utrecht University)

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Metal Coatings for Corrosion Protection II – 08:40 – 11:00 Co-Chairs: Michael Rohwerder and Geraint Williams 08:40

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(Invited) Atmospheric Corrosion of Zinc Magnesium Aluminum Coated Steel – D. Thierry (French Corrosion Institute), D. Persson (Swerea Kimab), G. Luckeneder, and K. H. Stellnberger (voestalpine) Investigation into the Corrosion Mechanisms and Effective Inhibitor Additions for ZincMagnesium-Aluminium (ZMA) Alloys – T. Lewis, J. Sullivan, N. Cooze, C. Gallagher (Swansea University), J. Elvins (Tata Steel Europe), T. Prosek, and D. Thierry (French Corrosion Institute) Increased Corrosion Resistance of Zinc Magnesium Aluminum Galvanised Coating through Germanium Additions – S. Mehraban (Swansea university) Evaluation of Corrosion Protection Performance of Zinc Coatings and Failure Mechanisms – S. L. Wijesinghe, Y. T. Tan, C. W. Koh, F. L. Ng, and G. Min Hao (Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology) Corrosion Properties of High-CorrosionResistance Galvanized Steel Sheet, Posmac(R) – C. Choi, S. H. Cho, and M. S. Oh (POSCO) Break

Inorganic Coatings for Corrosion Protection II – 14:00 – 15:40 Co-Chairs: Juan Carlos Galván and Geraint Williams 14:00

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Preparation, Characterization and Electrochemical Study of LanthanumSilica Sol-Gel Thin Films – F. R. GarcíaGalván (Centro Nacional de Investigacones Metalúrgicas (CSIC)), N. Carmona (Depto. Física de Materiales, Univ. Complutense de Madrid), A. Jiménez-Morales (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), M. García-Heras (Instituto de Historia, CCHS, CSIC), J. C. Galván (Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Metalúrgicas (CSIC)), and M. A. Villegas (Instituto de Historia, CCHS, CSIC) Sol-Gel TiO2 and ZrO2-Nanocomposite Thin Films for Enhancing in Vitro Biocompatibility and Bio-Corrosion Resistance of Ti6Al4V Orthopaedic Implants – F. R. GarcíaGalván (Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Metalúrgicas, CSIC), A. A. El hadad (Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Metalúrgicas, CSIC, Physics Department, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt), A. JiménezMorales (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), G. J. Hickman, C. C. Perry (Nottingham Trent University, NTU, UK), and J. C. Galván (Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Metalúrgicas (CSIC))

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

Study of the Biocompatibility and Corrosion Resistance of Hydroxyapatite Sol-Gel Thin Coatings on Ti6Al4V Alloy – A. Jiménez-Morales (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), A. A. El hadad (Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Metalúrgicas, CSIC, Physics Department, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt), E. Peón (Centro de Biomateriales, Universidad de La Habana), F. R. GarcíaGalván (Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Metalúrgicas, CSIC), V. Barranco (Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid, CSIC), and J. C. Galván (Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Metalúrgicas (CSIC))

Corrosion Protective Graphene-Oxide Composite Coating for Metal Alloys – V. Sammelselg, J. Mondal (Institute of Physics, University of Tartu), A. Marques (Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa), L. Aarik, M. Neitsov, J. Kozlova, M. Merisalu, M. Rähn (Institute of Physics, University of Tartu), and A. Simões (Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa) Effectiveness of a TCP Conversion Coating at Inhibitiung Corrosion on AA2024-T3 during so2 Atmospheric Testing – G. M. Swain and B. Whitman (Michigan State University) Effects of Flow on Protective Scales Formation in a CO2 Saturated Brine Environment – M. Hassan SK (Center for Advancde Materials, Qatar University), A. M. Abdullah (Center for Advanced Materials, Qatar University), N. Laycock (Qatar Shell), D. E. Williams (Auckland University), and B. Ingham (Callaghan Innovation) MAX Phase Thin Films As ElectricalConductive Corrosion-Protective Coatings with Self-Healing Abilities – R. Grieseler, M. K. Camargo, M. Hopfeld (Technische Universität Ilmenau), I. Diaz Tang (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú), A. Bund, and P. Schaaf (Technische Universität Ilmenau) Steel Surface Conversion By Flavonoid Model Molecules – D. Veys-Renaux (Institut Jean Lamour - Université de Lorraine-CNRS), E. Rocca (Institut Jean Lamour - Université de Lorraine - CNRS), S. Reguer (Synchrotron Soleil - DiffAbs Line), and F. Mirambet (Centre de Recherche et de Restauration des Musées de France)

Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center C06 Poster Seession – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Characterization of Ti-Based Foams for Biomaterials Applications – M. Sancy (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile), C. Aguilar (Universidad Técnica Federico Santa Maria), S. Lascano (Uniersidad Técnica Federico Santa Maria), C. Guerra, and N. Vejar (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile) Evaluation of Titanium Carbide Thin Film Coatings on Surface Microstructure Controlled WC-Co – C. Tanaka, T. Saito, N. Okamoto, S. Suzuki (Osaka Prefecture University), A. Kitajima, and K. Higuchi (Osaka University) 201

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Adhesion and Interface Study of Cu/Ni/ Polyimide Film – S. M. Kim, J. G. Lee, J. K. An, S. H. Jin, S. H. Jun, Y. T. Kim, and J. W. Park (LS Mtron) Novel Silane-Polymer Composite Coating for Corrosion Protection of Mg-Zn-Al Alloy Against Corrosion in NaCl Solution – M. BinSabt, F. M. Al-Kharafi, M. Abditon, and A. Galal (Kuwait University) Study of Anti-Corrosion Coating Effects with the Preceramic Materials and Active Fillers – J. W. Bang, M. D. Nguyen, Y. Kim, S. R. Kim, B. I. Kim, and W. T. Kwon (Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering and Technology) Bulk Crystallization of Supercooled Metal Films – A. A. Pil’nik, A. A. Chernov (Kutateladze Institute of Thermophysics SB RAS, Novosibirsk State University), and D. R. Islamov (Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics SB RAS, Novosibirsk State University)

Energy Technology / Dielectric Science and Technology / Electrodeposition / Electronics and Photonics / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / ECSJ Photoelectrochemistry / Solar Cell Division of KECS 304 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

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(Invited) Controlling Perovskite Structure and Grain Morphology for High-Performance Perovskite Solar Cells – K. Zhu (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) Charge Accumulation Mechanisms Under Dark in Perovskite Solar Cells – T. S. Ripolles, A. K. Baranwal (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Fukuoka 808-0196, Japan), G. García-Belmonte (Institute of Advance Materials, Castelló 12006, Spain), and S. Hayase (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Fukuoka 808-0196, Japan) Opto-Electronic Properties of Hybrid Perovskites – A. Mohite, W. Nie (Los Alamos National Laboratory), H. Tsai, J. C. Blancon (Los Alamos National Lab), S. Tretiak, and G. Gupta (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Degradation Mechanism of Planar Heterojunction Perovskite Solar Cells for High Stability – K. Yamamoto, M. Shahiduzzaman, Y. Furumoto, K. Yonezawa, T. Kuwabara, K. Takahashi, and T. Taima (Kanazawa University) Break

Perovskite: Synthesis – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Jung-Yong Lee and Jaejoon Lee 10:00

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(Invited) Recent Progresses in SolutionProcessed Hybrid Perovskite Devices in Photovoltaics and Optoelectronics – T. Miyasaka (Toin University of Yokohama) Feasible Strategy Towards Low Temperature Fabrication of Flexible Perovskite Solar Cells – T. MA (Kyushu Institute of technology, Dalian University of Technology) and K. Wang (Dalian University of Technology)

Enabling Continuous Processing of Perovskite Solar Cells – T. Druffel (University of Louisville) Stabilizing Hybrid Perovskites Via NonHydrolytic Atomic Layer Deposited Overlayers – I. S. Kim and A. B. F. Martinson (Argonne National Laboratory) Vapor-Assisted Efficient Perovskite Solar Cells Fully Fabricated in Open Air – J. Yin, J. Li, and N. Zheng (Xiamen University)

Perovskite: Characterization – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Meng Tao and Tsutomu Miyasaka 14:00

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Perovskite: Property – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Jaejoon Lee and Jung-Yong Lee

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(Invited) X-Ray Crystallographical Studies on the Intermediates in the Solution Fabrication Process for Highly Efficient Perovskite Solar Cells – A. Wakamiya (Kyoto University) Investigation of Dynamics of Perovskites using Chemically, Spatially and Temporally Resolved 2D Mapping – G. Namkoong (Applied Research Center), H. J. Jeong, M. A. Mamun (Old Dominion University), H. Byun (Sungkyunkwan University), D. Demuth (Old Dominion University), M. S. Jeong (Sungkyunkwan University), and H. Baumgart (Applied Research Center) Direct Observation of Ferroelectricity and Charge Separation Process in CH3NH3PbI3 Perovskite Solar Cell – P. Wang (University of Washington) Modeling and Mechanistic Analyses of Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy of Ion Transport in Photovoltaic Devices Containing Perovskite Active Layers – M. T. Tuominen, R. Y. Adhikari, Z. Xu, M. Bag, L. A. Renna, C. L. Cutting, and D. Venkataraman (University of Massachusetts Amherst) Break

Perovskite: Processing – 16:00 – 17:30 Co-Chairs: Tsutomu Miyasaka and Meng Tao 16:00 16:30

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Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Stability Factors in Graphene-Based Perovskite Solar Cells Studied By in Situ Spectroscopy – M. Acik (Argonne National Laboratory) and S. B. Darling (University of Chicago, Argonne National Laboratory) Photovoltaic Effect in ITO/Rgo/BFO/Au Heterostructures – R. Agarwal (University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus), Y. Sharma (Dept. of Physics, University of Puerto Rico), F. Mendoza (IFN, University of Puerto Rico), G. Morell (University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus), and R. S. Katiyar (University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras) Characterization of Cu-Based I-V-VI Thin Films Using Hybrid Inks – A. Cho (Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER), University of Science and Technology (UST)) Fabrication of Non-Vacuum Sns Thin Film for Solar Cell Application – Y. J. Eo (Photovoltaic Lab, Korea Institute of Energy Research) A Novel Poly(acrylonitrile)-Based QuasiSolid-State Electrolyte for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells – Y. H. Su and H. Teng (National Cheng Kung University) First-Principles Study of Ion Diffusions in CH3NH3PbI3 and (NH2)2CHPbI3 for Perovskite Solar Cells – J. Haruyama (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)), K. Sodeyama (JST-PRESTO, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)), L. Han, and Y. Tateyama (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)) Designing Three-Dimensional Nanowire Arrays As Efficient Counter Electrodes for Quantum-Dot-Sensitized Solar Cells – J. S. Hu (Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences) Enhancement in Efficiency of Hybrid Polymer Solar Cells By CdSe Quantum Dot Doping – K. Kumari (National Institute of Technology Warangal, India) and S. Chand (National Physical Laboratory (CSIR), New Delhi, India) Heterojunction Solar Cells Fabricated with a Cu2o:Mn Thin Film Grown Epitaxially on p-Type Cu2o:Na Sheets By Electrochemical Deposition – K. Watanabe, R. Uozaki, J. Yamazaki (Kanazawa Institute of Technology), T. Miyata (Kanazawa Institute of Technolgy), and T. Minami (Kanazawa Institute of Technology) Transparent Conducting Oxide Layer By Thermal Evaporation for Cu(In,Ga)Se2 Solar Cell with Chemical Bath DepositedZnS Buffer Layer – W. J. Lee, D. H. Cho, J. H. Wi, W. S. Han (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute), Y. D. Chung (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Korea University of Science and Technology), Y. D. Kim (System Department Team, YAS Co., Ltd, Yonsei University), M. W. Choi (System Department Team, YAS Co., Ltd.), and J. C. Choi (Yonsei University)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

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Thermal Stability of CuInSe2 solar Cell with Sputter-Zn(O,S) Buffer Layer As a Bottom Cell – H. J. Yu, J. H. Wi, W. J. Lee, D. H. Cho, W. S. Han (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute), S. Y. Kim, J. H. Kim (Incheon National University), and Y. D. Chung (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute) Edge-Fluorinated Graphene Nanoplatelets As Electrocatalysts for Solar Cells and Lithium Ion Batteries – M. J. Ju, I. Y. Jeon (UNIST), J. J. Lee (Dongguk University), and J. B. Baek (UNIST) Enhanced Photovoltaic Effect in Single-Wall Carbon Nanotube/BiFeO3 Heterostructure – H. J. Lee, H. S. Kim, Y. S. Seo, and T. Choi (Sejong University) Synthesis and Characterization of Fullerene Derivatives with Alkyl Spacers and Alkyl Chains in Organic Photovoltaic Devices – H. Moriyama, M. Igawa, and Y. Kuda (Toho University) Nano-Scale Smoothing of Double Layer Porous Si Substrates for Detaching and Fabricating Low Cost, High Efficiency Monocrystalline Thin Film Si Solar Cell By Zone Scanning Annealing – C. Takazawa (Tokyo Insutitute of Technology), K. Hasegawa (Tokyo Institute of Technology), A. Lukianov (Japan Science and Technology Agency), X. Zhang (Tokyo Insutitute of Technology), and M. Ihara (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Effects of Naf Post-Deposition Treatment on Defect Chemistry and Surface Properties in CIGS Thin Film Solar Cells – S. Kim, S. Kim, B. Ahn, and J. Park (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Eco-Friendly Orgnaic-Inorganic Hybrid Perovskite Solar Cells – S. H. Im and J. H. Heo (Kyung Hee University)

Nonvolatile Memories 5

Dielectric Science and Technology / Electronics and Photonics / ECSJ Electronics 304 B, Hawai’i Convention Center

Nonvolatile Memory General Session – 08:20 – 09:50 Co-Chairs: Shoso Shingubara and Hitoshi Kubota 08:20 09:00 1438

Break (Keynote) Development of Magnetic Tunnel Junctions for Stt-Mram Application – K. Yakushiji, H. Kubota, A. Fukushima, and S. Yuasa (Spintronics Research Center, AIST)

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Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center D01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: James M. Fenton and Meng Tao


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Resistive Switching Comparison Between Cu/ TaOx/Ru and Cu/TaOx/Pt – M. K. Orlowski (ECE Department Virginia Tech), Y. Fan (Virginia Tech ECE Department), M. AlMamun, B. Colon (Virginia Tech), and S. W. King (Intel Corporation) Thermodynamically Introduced Oxygen Vacancies in Epitaxial Pt-CeO2 System and Their Influence on Resistive Switching – M. Chundak, M. Yoshitake (National institute for Materials Science), M. Vaclavu, V. Matolin (Charles University in Prague), and T. Chikyow (National Institute for Materials Science) Multi-Level CuO-Based Conductive-BridgingRandom-Access-Memory Cell Embedded with Au Ncs – M. J. Song, K. H. Kwon, D. W. Kim, H. J. Kim, S. M. Jin, and J. G. Park (Hanyang University) Double Layers-Stacked 3D 1D1R Crossbar – K. J. Yoon, S. J. Yoo, T. H. Park, Y. J. Kwon, D. E. Kwon, and C. S. Hwang (Seoul National University)

STT-MRAM – 13:30 – 16:30 Co-Chairs: Jea-Gun Park and Hitoshi Kubota 13:30

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(Invited) New Design of Double MgO-Based p-Mtj Spin-Valves with Top Co2Fe6B2 Free Layer Performain Highly Increased TMR Ratio and Thermal Stability – J. G. Park (Hanyang University) (Invited) Scaled Magnetic Tunnel Junctions for High-Density Nonvolatile Memories – T. Sugii, C. Yoshida, H. Noshiro, Y. Yamazaki, and Y. Iba (FUJITSU) Perpendicular Stt-Mram Scaling Challenges and Potential Solutions – T. Zhong, L. Thomas, G. Jan, J. Zhu, H. Liu, Y. J. Lee, S. Le, Y. R. Tong, D. Shen, R. He, J. Haq, J. Teng, S. S. Guisan, J. Iwata-Harms, S. Patel, V. Lam, Y. J. Wang, T. Torng, and P. Wang (TDK-Headway Technologies Inc) Highly Enhanced TMR Ratio and Δ for Double MgO-Based p-Mtj Spin-Valves with Top Co2Fe6B2 Free Layer By NanoscaleThick Iron Diffusion-Barrier – S. E. Lee, J. U. Baek, T. H. Shim, J. P. Hong, and J. G. Park (Hanyang University) Thermally Stable Perpendicular-Magnetic Tunneling Junction Spin-Valve Implementing W Bridge, Space and Cap-Layer – J. Y. Choi, D. Y. Lee, S. E. Lee, J. P. Hong, and J. G. Park (Hanyang University) Thermally Assisted Spin Torque Switching in Magnetic Random Access Memory – T. Taniguchi, A. Fukushima, K. Yakushiji, and H. Kubota (Spintronics Research Center, AIST) Arrays of Single-Domain Nanomagnets As Memory- Logic-Hybrid Device - a Nonvolatile Magnetic Memory That Can Perform Logical Operations – H. Wanzenboeck and E. Bertagnolli (Vienna University of Technology) Break

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3-Nm-Thick ZnO Nanoislands Charge Trapping Layer for Memory Devices Grown By Single ALD Step – N. El-Atab, F. I. Chowdhury (Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, Abu Dhabi, UAE), T. G. Ulusoy (Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey), A. Okyay (UNAM, Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey), and A. Nayfeh (Masdar Institue of Science and Technology, Abu Dhabi, UAE) Experimental Extraction of the Charge Centroid in SiCN-Based Charge Trapping Memories Using the Constant-Current Carrier Injection Method – S. R. A. Ahmed, K. Kato, and K. Kobayashi (Tokai University) The Origin of Traps Responsible for Localization and Charge Transport in Memory Devices – V. A. Gritsenko (Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics SB RAS, Novosibirsk State University)

Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center D02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chair: Shoso Shingubara •

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Multi-Functional Bipolar Resistive Switching Originated from Self-Compliance Electroforming in Pt/WO3/Pt Memristive Devices – Z. H. Tan, R. Yang, X. B. Yin, and X. Guo (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) Magnetic Conductive Filament Formed in the Reram Device with Ferromagnetic Electrode – H. Yoshida, T. Shimizu, T. Ito, and S. Shingubara (Kansai University) Resistive Switching Effect in BiFeO3 NanoIslands – T. Choi (Sejong University) Reversible Phase Transition in Gete through Resonance Bond Swiching – M. Cho, W. Yang, D. Kim, S. Park, M. Ahn, J. Han, and H. Jung (Yonsei University) Control of Tetragonal Distortion and Ferroelectricity in Bi(Zn1/2Ti1/2)O3-Based Lead-Free Ferroelectric Thin Films – S. Yasui (Tokyo Institute of Technology), H. Uchida (Sophia University), and H. Funakubo (Tokyo Institute of Technoligy) Hopping Conduction in Intermediate Resistance State of Tantalum Oxide Resistive Switching Memory – J. X. Huang and J. S. Chen (National Cheng Kung University) Selector Requirements for 3D Resistive Switching Crossbar Array Based on Writing Margin Evaluation – K. J. Yoon, W. Bae, D. K. Jeong, and C. S. Hwang (Seoul National University) Evaluation of Hole Trapping Characteristics in MONOS-Type Memories Using the Constant Current Carrier Injection Method – K. Kato, S. R. A. Ahmed, and K. Kobayashi (Tokai University) Charge Trap Memory Based on Few-Layer Black Phosphorus and High-K Materials – K. Wang (Institute of Semiconductor, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

NAND Flash and Related Topics – 16:30 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Kiyoteru Kobayashi and Yuta Saito 16:30

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Resistive Switching Nanodevices Based on Surmofs – E. Redel (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), H. Baumgart (Applied Research Center), C. Wöll (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), Z. Wang (Karlsruhe Institure of Technology), D. M. Nminibapiel (National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)), and P. Shrestha (Old Dominion University) Electrical Contact Property of GeCu2Te3 Phase Change Material to Electrode – S. Shindo, Y. Sutou, D. Ando, J. Koike (Tohoku University), Y. Saito (AIST), and Y. H. Song (Hanyang University) Acquisition and Extinction of Associative Memory Realized in Memristive Devices with Intrinsic Forgetting Effect – X. B. Yin, Z. H. Tan, R. Yang, and X. Guo (Huazhong University of Science and Technology)

Electroless Deposition:Principles and Applications 4: In Honor of Milan Paunovic and Mordechay Schlesinger Electrodeposition / ECSJ Nano-Micro Fabrication Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center

E01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Stojan S. Djokic and Takayuki Homma •

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Metallization on Silk Utilizing Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Assisted Electroless Plating for Wearable Device – W. T. Chiu (Tokyo Institute of Technology), C. Y. Chen (CREST, JST, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo Institute of Technology), T. F. M. Chang (Tokyo Institute of Technology, CREST, JST, Tokyo Institute of Technology), T. Hashimoto, H. Kurosu (Nara Women’s University), and M. Sone (Tokyo Institute of Technology, CREST, JST) Surface Metallization of Silicon Carbide By Electroless Deposition – N. Yamada, D. Sadakane, K. Fukuda (University of Hyogo), S. Sakamoto (University of Hyogo, Nippon Oikos Co., Ltd.), N. Fukumuro, and S. Yae (University of Hyogo) Electroless Deposition of Co-Mo-P (or B) Alloys for Ulsi Applications – Y. Sverdlov, Y. Shacham-Diamand, and J. Shklovsky (Tel Aviv University) Eletroless Plating of Copper on Graphite Powders for Homogeneous Copper-Carbon Composite – H. Lee, T. J. Chung, and H. U. Pyo (Andong National University) Electroless Deposition of Fe-Ni Alloy Thin Films for Power Semiconductor Package – T. Yamamoto, T. Nagayama, Y. Konno, and T. Nakamura (Kyoto Municipal Institute of Industrial Tech. and Culture) Composition, Structure and Properties of Electroless Deposited Rhenium-Rich ReCo Thin Films – A. Duhin, A. Inberg, N. Eliaz (University Tel Aviv), and E. Gileadi (Unitersity Tel Aviv) Metallization of Three Dimensional Microstructure Using Electroless Plating – Y. C. Liao, K. M. Huang, Y. J. Chen, and T. T. Chung (National Taiwan University)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

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Deposition of Ni-Based Carbon Nanotube Composite Coatings By Using Laser Enhanced Electroless Plating – T. Suzuki (Yamagata research institute of technology)

Magnetic Materials Processes and Devices 14 Electrodeposition / ECSJ Nano-Micro Fabrication Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center

E02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chair: Giovanni Zangari •

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Influence of Cooling Rate on Coercivity and Microstructures in Hot-Deformed NdFe-B Magnets By Nd-Cu Electrochemical/ Electroless Deposition – J. Kwon, D. Yoo, J. Park, and D. Lee (Pusan National University)

Molecular Structure of the Solid-Liquid Interface and Its Relationship to Electrodeposition 8 Electrodeposition / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / ECSJ Nano-Micro Fabrication 305 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

Molecular Structure of the Solid-Liquid Interface and Its Relationship to Electrodeposition I – 08:15 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Giovanni Zangari and Takayuki Homma 08:15 08:20 1580

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Introductory Remarks Self-Assembled Monolayers on Ferromagnetic Metals Prepared By an Electrochemical Method – R. Parveen, W. Schwarzacher (University of Bristol), S. Ovchinnikova, and A. Masliy (Inst. Solid State Chem. & Mechanochem. SB RAS, Novosibirsk) Electrocatalytic Reduction of Selenate on Gold Electrodes Alongside Copper Deposition – J. Strobl and D. Scherson (Case Western Reserve University) Exploring Different Concepts for 2D Cu Growth on Ru(0001) Assisted By Pb UPD Monolayer – D. Wu (University of Houston) and S. R. Brankovic (University of Houston, Houston, Texas) Electrochemical Silver Deposition Onto Pt(111) Surfaces – L. A. Kibler (University of Ulm), K. A. Soliman (Qatar University), A. Plumer (Institut Universitaire de Technologie de Lorient), E. Bringley (University of South Carolina), C. S. Wildi (The University of Aberdeen), J. E. Mueller, and T. Jacob (University of Ulm) Superconformal Film Growth: Challenges and Opportunities – T. P. Moffat, G. Liu (NIST), S. Zou (American University), L. Y. Ou Yang (NIST), C. H. Lee (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute), and D. Josell (NIST) Break The Electrodeposition of Germanene – J. L. Stickney, M. Ledina, J. Jung, and N. Bui (The University of Georgia) Induced Co-Deposition of Cu-Ge Alloys – G. Zangari, F. Zhao, and M. Mibus (University of Virginia) Growth-Inhibited Nucleation Enhancement: from High Density Nanoparticle Deposits to Nanometer Thin Continuous Films – P. M. Vereecken (imec, KU Leuven), J. Vanpaemel, M. Nagar (imec, Belgium), K. Strubbe (University of Gent), and A. Radisic (imec) 205

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The Effect of Bath Condition on the Composition of Si Thin Films Electrodeposited in Non-Aqueous Solvents – Y. Tsuyuki, M. Tsuzuki, Y. Fukunaka, and T. Homma (Waseda University) Preparation of Composite Film from NonSuspended Solution By Electrochemical Technique – I. Koiwa (Kanto Gakuin University), K. Chokki (Graduate School, Kanto Gakuin University), N. Watanabe (Dept. of Applied Chemistry, Kanto Gakuin University), and K. Yabe (Oki Engineering Co. Ltd.)

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(Electrodeposition Division Research Award) Using Liquid Metals for Advanced Electrodepositions – S. Maldonado (University of Michigan)

Molecular Structure of the Solid-Liquid Interface and Its Relationship to Electrodeposition II – 14:40 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Richard Alkire, Ludwig A. Kibler and Giovanni Zangari

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Self-Terminated Electrodeposition Reactions for Electrocatalysis – T. P. Moffat, Y. Liu, S. H. Ahn, R. Wang, N. L. Ritzert, D. Gokcen, C. Hangarter (NIST), and U. Bertocci (National Institute of Standards and Technology) 15:00 1592 High Activity Oxygen Evolution Reaction Catalysts from Additive-Controlled Electrodeposited Ni and Nife Films – A. A. Gewirth (University of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign), T. T. H. Hoang, and K. G. Schmitt (University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign) 15:20 1593 First Principles Studies of the Structural and Electrocatalytic Properties of Ultrathin (OXY)Hydroxide FILMS on Precious Metal Substrates – Z. Zeng (School of Chemical Engineering, Purdue University), J. J. Kubal (Argonne National Laboratory), H. J. Chun, and J. Greeley (Purdue University) 15:40 Break 16:00 1594 Theoretical Investigation of Atomic-Scale Structure and Energetics of the MetalElectrolyte Interface – K. LetchworthWeaver (Argonne National Laboratory, Cornell University), C. K. Umbright (Cornell University), M. K. Y. Chan (Center for Nanoscale Materials), and T. A. Arias (Cornell University) 16:20 1595 In-Situ Microfluidic Study with KineticMonte Carlo Simulations to Investigate Zn Electroplating Morphology at High Overpotentials – T. Gupta, G. Davies (MAE/ ACEE Princeton University), J. H. Park, and D. A. Steingart (Princeton University) 16:40 1596 In-Situ Raman Spectroscopy Study on the Preferential Adsorption of Electrolyte Species on Electrode Surface of Lithium Ion Battery – Y. Sun (Waseda University), M. Yanagisawa (Res. Org. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda University), and T. Homma (Nanotechnology Research Center, Waseda University)

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In-Situ Measurements of Stress during Electrodeposition of Copper Nanofilms: Surface and Grain-Boundary Migration of Atoms and the Effect of Chloride Ions – J. A. Murphy, C. Lenihan, R. P. Lynch, and D. N. Buckley (Department of Physics and Energy, University of Limerick) In-Situ Stress Measurements during Cobalt Electrodeposition – G. R. Stafford and U. Bertocci (National Institute of Standards and Technology) Self-Organized Porous Anodic Oxide Formation: Role of Oxide Flow Driven By Surface Stress – K. Hebert, O. Capraz, P. Mishra, S. Ide, and P. Shrotriya (Iowa State University)

Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center E03 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Control of Accumulation of Cu(I) in Copper Sulfate Electroplating Plating Solution – T. Koga, C. Hirakawa, Y. Sakata, H. Noma, K. Nonaka, and N. Terasaki (AIST) Spectroscopic and Electrochemical Analysis of Cu(I) Complex of Copper Sulfate Electroplating Solution and Evaluation of Plated Films – T. Koga, C. Hirakawa, Y. Sakata, H. Noma, K. Nonaka, and N. Terasaki (AIST) Electrodeposition of Cobalt Selenide Thin Films Using Combined Voltammetry and Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Microgravimetry – K. J. Paeng and H. W. Jee (The Korean Electrochemical Society) Effect of Amine Additive on Properties of Electrodeposited Nickel – H. C. Kim, W. J. Lee (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology), S. J. Lee, and Y. D. Kim (Pusan National University)

Electrodeposition for Energy Applications

Electrodeposition / Energy Technology / ECSJ Nano-Micro Fabrication 305 B, Hawai’i Convention Center

Electrodeposition for Energy Storage – 08:30 – 12:30 Co-Chairs: Natasa Vasiljevic, Philippe M. Vereecken and Yihua Liu 08:30

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(Invited) Electrochemical Deposition of Thick and Adherent MnO2 Films for Thin-Film Batteries – N. Labyedh (imec, Kapeldreef 75, B-3001 Heverlee, Belgium, Centre for Surface Chemistry and Catalysis, KU Leuven), M. O. Arman (imec, Kapeldreef 75, B-3001 Heverlee, Belgium, Department of Chemistry, KU Leuven 3001 Leuven, Belgium), M. Timmermans (Centre for Surface Chemistry and Catalysis, KU Leuven, imec, Kapeldreef 75, B-3001 Heverlee, Belgium), S. Deheryan (imec, Kapeldreef 75, B-3001 Heverlee, Belgium, Centre for Surface Chemistry and Catalysis, KU Leuven), and P. M. Vereecken (KU Leuven, imec, Belgium) Electrodeposited and Oxidized Mn/CoFe As Bi-Functional Electrocatalysts for Rechargeable Zinc-Air Batteries – M. Xiong and D. G. Ivey (University of Alberta)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI


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Highly Glossy Copper Foil Electrodeposition Used As a Negative Electrode of Lithium Batteries – C. H. Yen, C. F. Hsu, W. P. Dow (National Chung Hsing University), K. Y. Hwang, J. C. Chou, K. S. Cheng, and H. F. Hwang (Chang Chun Petrochemical Co.,Ltd) Electrodeposition As an Approach for Fabricating High Performance Battery Electrodes – A. C. Marschilok, K. J. Takeuchi, and E. S. Takeuchi (Stony Brook University) Mechanical Properties of Electrodeposited Al-W Alloy Films and the Effects of Subsequent Heat Treatment – S. Higashino, A. Takahashi, R. Kasada, M. Miyake, and T. Hirato (Kyoto University) Break (Invited) Pulsed Electrodeposition of Metallic Nanoparticles for Energy Conversion and Storage Applications – S. Karimi (University of Toronto) Gradient Morphologies in Electrodeposited Manganese Dioixde and Their Effect on Electrochemical Performance – S. W. Donne, H. Fellows, and Y. Beyad (University of Newcastle) Polymeric-Metal Oxide Nanostructures As Future Materials for Energy Applications – A. Brzózka (Poznan University of Technology, Jagiellonian University in Krakow), K. Fic (Poznan University of Technology), and G. D. Sulka (Jagiellonian University in Krakow) Microstructural Analysis of Initial Scale Formed on Stainless Steel Sheet Immersed in Hot Spring Water – M. Morita, W. Shinohara, R. Hashimoto, and S. Motoda (Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology)

Electrodeposition of Photo-voltaic and Thermoelectric Materials – 15:40 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Stanko Brankovic, Norihisa Kobayashi and Nosang Vincent Myung 15:40

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(Invited) Electrodeposition of PbTe Thick Films for Micro Thermoelectric Devices – T. Wu (University of California Riverside) and N. V. Myung (University of California Riverside) Copper(II) Complexes in Aqueous Alkaline Copper(II)-Lactate Solutions for Electrodeposition of Copper(I) Oxide – T. Chen, A. Kitada, K. Fukami (Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering, Kyoto Univ.), D. T. Usmanov (Clean Energy Research Center, University of Yamanashi), L. C. Chen (Interdiscip. Grad. Sch. of Med. and Eng. Univ. of Yamanashi), K. Hiraoka (Clean Energy Research Center, University of Yamanashi), and K. Murase (Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering, Kyoto Univ.) Electrodeposited ZnO Nanostructures Onto Transparent Metallic Web Electrodes for Photocatalytic Applications – E. Matei, L. Diamandescu, M. Enculescu, I. Zgura, and I. Enculescu (National Institute of Materials Physics) Electrodeposition of Tellurium Thin Films from Citric Acid Bath – R. Kowalik, D. Kutyla, K. Kolczyk, K. Mech, T. Tokarski, and P. Zabinski (AGH University of Science and Technology)

Meeting Program l PRiME 2016 l October 2-7, 2016, Honolulu, HI

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Silver Electrodeposition Based Multicolor Electrochromic Cell Toward Energy Saving Applications – N. Kobayashi, K. Nakamura, J. Hong, and R. Tejima (Chiba University)

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Enhanced Photoelectrochemical Behavior of Undoped and Doped BiVO4 inverse Opal Photoelectrode for Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting – B. Maheswari and S. H. Kang (Chonnam National University, Gwangju, South Korea) 1633 Anodized Porous Oxide Thin Films for Energy Application – H. Cheng, D. Zhang, D. Wu, and Z. Lu (South University of Science and Technology of China) 1634 Cascading Alignment of Multilayered SnO2/ WO3/BiVO4 Inverse Opal Skeletons in Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting – G. Yun (Advanced Chemical Materials Engin., Chonnam Nat’l Univ.) and S. H. Kang (Chonnam National University) 1635 Pulse Electrodeposited AgGaS2 Films and Their Optical Properties K.R.Murali – K. R. Murali (University of Madras) 1636 Effect of Oxide Intermediate Layers on Pyramidally Textured Cu2O/ZnO Solar Cells Prepared By Electrodeposition – T. Shinagawa, M. Chigane, J. Tani (Osaka Municipal Technical Research Institute), and M. Izaki (Toyohashi University of Technology) 1637 Ionic Liquid-Assisted Electron Transfer in Micelles for Simultaneous Deposition of Uniform Ag Nanoparticles at Electrode Surface and in Bulk Microemulsions – Z. Wang, Y. Li (Shaanxi Normal University), and C. Zhao (The University of New South Wales) 1638 Improving the Electrolytic Hydrogen Production Using Co-Cu-Mo Based Ionic Activator – M. P. Marceta Kaninski, S. L. Maslovara, P. Z. Lausevic, D. P. Saponjic, Z. M. Nikolic, G. S. Tasic, and V. M. Nikolic (Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences) 1639 Direct Growth of Birnessite-Type MnO2 on Activated Carbon Cloth for a Flexible Supercapacitor – M. Nakayama, K. Kaneshige, and K. Komine (Yamaguchi University) 1640 Fine Grained Au Films with Controllable Mechanical Strength By Pulse Plating for Micro-Electrical-Mechanical System Accelerometer – C. Y. Chen (CREST, JST, Tokyo Institute of Technology), M. Yoshiba (Tokyo Institute of Technology), T. F. M. Chang, D. Yamane (CREST, JST, Tokyo Institute of Technology), K. Machida (CREST, JST, NTT Advanced Technology Corporation), K. Masu, and M. Sone (CREST, JST, Tokyo Institute of Technology) 1641 CuIn(Ga)Se2 Solar Cell Fabricated By All Wet-Processes – K. Park, S. Park, D. Lee, H. Jin (Pusan National University), J. Gwak (Korea Institute of Energy Research), Y. D. Kim, and D. Lee (Pusan National University)

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Sn-Cu Alloy Microtubes for Li-Ion Battery Anode Prepared By Electroless Plating – Y. Fujiwara (Osaka Municipal Technical Research Institute, Nara Institute of Science and Technology), S. Ikeda (Osaka Municipal Technical Research Institute), M. Takahashi (Osaka Municipal Technical Research Institute, Nara Institute of Science and Technology), and Y. Kobayashi (Osaka Municipal Technical Research Institute) Effects of Additives on Performance of Zinc Air Battery – C. C. Wu (Industrial Technology Research Institute), S. H. Huang (National Central University), K. L. Hsueh, W. S. Chang, and C. C. Yang (Industrial Technology Research Institute) Effect of Supporting Electrolytes on AlCl3/ Diglyme Aluminum Electrodeposition Bath – Y. Kato, A. Kitada, K. Fukami, and K. Murase (Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering, Kyoto Univ.) Flexible CIGS Thin Film Solar Cell from Electrodeposited Precursors – Y. Kim, D. Kim, and H. Oh (Dasstech)

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Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering General Session Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / ECSJ Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering 322 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering General Session 1 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: John A. Staser, Venkat R. Subramanian, Douglas P. Riemer and Masatsugu Morimitsu

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering General Session 2 – 14:00 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: John A. Staser, Venkat R. Subramanian, Douglas P. Riemer and Masatsugu Morimitsu

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Ni/SiC Composite Coating on Graphite– Geometry Effect on the Coatings – S. Harinipriya (SRM Research Institute) and B. Usmani (Indian Institute of Technology, Jodhpur) On the Dynamics of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Stacks: Preliminary Model-Driven Design and Control – C. Boigues Muñoz (ENEA C.R. Casaccia, Università Politecnica delle Marche), L. Abate (ENEA), and S. J. McPhail (DTE-PCU-SPCT, ENEA CR Casaccia, 00123 Rome, Italy) Experimental and Numerical Study of Small Lead Acid Batteries Regeneration – F. Astier (ubs), P. Mandin (Université de Bretagne Sud), G. Boyer (Battery Global Service BGS), O. Merdrignac (Université de Rennes I), and N. Noiret (Ecole Nationale de Chimie De Rennes ENSCR) Improvement of Current Efficiency for a Hydrogenation Electrolyzer with Low Concentration of Toluene – Y. Sawaguchi, N. Morita, K. Nagasawa, K. Matsuzawa (Green Hydrogen Research Center, Yokohama Nat. Univ.), A. Kato, Y. Nishiki (De Nora Permelec Ltd.), and S. Mitsushima (Institute of Advanced Sciences, Yokohama Nat. Univ., Green Hydrogen Research Center, Yokohama Nat. Univ.) Systematic Characterization of a SOFC Short Stack in Multiple Operation Modes – S. J. McPhail (DTE-PCU-SPCT, ENEA CR Casaccia, 00123 Rome, Italy), B. Conti, and M. Graziadio (ENEA) Break

Influence of Different Operating Parameters on the Partial Reduction of Oxygen for Hydrogen Peroxide Production – C. Cremers, B. Kintzel, K. P. Duraisamy, K. Pinkwart, and J. Tübke (Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology ICT) Electrochemical Behaviour of Industrial IrO2Ta2O5 Anodes for Copper Electrowinning – W. Xu, G. M. Haarberg, S. Sunde, F. Seland (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), A. P. Ratvik (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), E. Zimmerman (Permascand AB), and T. Åkre (Glencore Nikkelverk AS) Synthesis of Novel Graphene Composite Adsorbent for Water Treatment By Adsorption and Electrochemical Regeneration – F. Sharif and E. P. L. Roberts (University of Calgary) Nanoscale Size Effects in Catalytic Activity of RuO2 for Oxygen Evolution – S. Kimura, K. Kawaguchi, and M. Morimitsu (Doshisha University) Gas Anodes for Electrowinning of Aluminium – T. Mokkelbost (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), B. Khalaghi (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), K. S. Osen (Sintef), W. Bai (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), O. S. Kjos (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry, 7456 Trondheim, Norway), and G. M. Haarberg (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)

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Highly Stable Mixed Metal Oxide Anodes for Industrial Electrochemical Processes – S. K. Pilli (Water star Inc., A Tennant Company) and B. K. Boggs (Water Star Inc., A Tennant Company) 14:20 1658 A Generalized Numerical Method for Approximating Equilibrium Reactions for Electrochemistry Simulations – K. Lange, G. Goldin, C. Lueth, C. Walchshofer, and A. Makridis (CD-adapco) 14:40 1659 Investigation of the Optimum Operative Conditions for a Parallel Plate Electrochemical Reactor – G. Litrico and P. Proulx (Sherbrooke University, Chemical Engineering) 15:00 1660 An Electrochemical Study of Sb and Ni Doped SnO2 Electrodes for Ozone Electrolysis – S. Sandin (KTH - Royal Institute of Technology), J. Bäckström (Mid Sweden University), and A. Cornell (KTH - Royal Institute of Technology) 15:20 1661 Electrochemical Kinetics during Production of Liquid Iron at 1550 C Via Molten Oxide Electrolysis – J. C. Wiencke (Global Research & Development ArcelorMittal, Institut Jean Lamour-Université de Lorraine-CNRS), H. Lavelaine (Global Research and Development ArcelorMittal), C. Rapin, P. J. Panteix, and C. Petitjean (Institut Jean Lamour-Université de Lorraine-CNRS) 15:40 1662 Electrochemical Oxidation of Lignin for Production of Value Added Chemicals – R. Ghahremani (Ohio University) and J. A. Staser (Chemical Engineering) 16:00 Break

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A Novel Approach to Coal Processing Electrochemical Solutions to Pollution Reduction and Material Synthesis – A. Yazdani (Ohio University, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering), G. G. Botte (Ohio University, Center for Electrochemical Engineering Research), S. H. Vijapur, D. Wang (Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering), Y. Wang, and B. Sheets (Ohio University) Facile Fabrication of Large-Area and FreeStanding Ni Inverse Opals – P. S. Hung, C. H. Liao, B. H. Huang, W. S. Chiang, T. L. Hsieh, and P. W. Wu (National Chiao Tung University) Bimetallic Pt-Based Electrocatalysts Supported on Carbon Fiber for Coal Electrooxidation to Produce Hydrogen – P. Yu Sr. (Shenyang University of Chemical Technology) Present Status of Electrolytic Technologies in the Field of Functional Water Treatment – Y. Nishiki (De Nora Permelec Ltd.)

Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center F01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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The Characteristics of the Bismuth Telluride Based – H. Y. Koo and G. H. Ha (Korea Institute of Materials Science (KIMS)) Corrosion Resistance Properties of Cu-Sn Electrodeposits from Cyanide-Free Bath – T. Nakamura, Y. Konno, T. Yamamoto, and T. Nagayama (Kyoto Municipal Institute of Industrial Tech. and Culture) Electrodeposition of Nickel from Aqueous Chloride Electrolytes – M. Jensen, G. M. Haarberg, F. Seland, S. Sunde (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), A. P. Ratvik (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), and T. Åkre (Glencore Nikkelverk AS) Electrodeposition of Invar Fe-Ni Alloy/ SiC Particle Composite – T. Nagayama, T. Yamamoto, and T. Nakamura (Kyoto Municipal Institute of Industrial Tech. and Culture) Electrochemical Reactor Design and Operation for the Simons Fluorination of Methyl Sulfonyl Fluoride – D. WANG, Y. WANG, and W. Xu (Yangzhou University) Paired Electro-Synthesis of PbO2 and Pb As Lead Storage Battery Active Materials Using Pb(NO3)2 as a Precursor – Y. WANG, B. LI, and W. Xu (Yangzhou University) Paired Electro-Synthesis of PbO2 and Pb As Lead Storage Battery Active Materials Using PbSO4 As a Precursor – Y. WANG, X. Zhao, and W. Xu (Yangzhou University) Preparation of Multi-Walled Carbon NanoTube Composite Copper Plating from Acidic Solution – Y. Kamebuchi (Nagoya Universiy), Y. Kamimoto, R. Ichino (Nagoya University), and T. Bessho (Toyota Motor Corporation)

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Evaluation of Leak and Reverse Current in a Bipolar Electrolyzer – T. Kobayashi (Green Hydrogen Research Center, Yokohama Nat.), Y. Uchino, S. Hasegawa (Asahi Kasei, Corp.), I. Nagashima (Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.), Y. Sunada (thyssenkrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers(Japan) Ltd.), A. Manabe (De Nora Permelec Ltd.), K. Matsuzawa (Yokohama National University), and S. Mitsushima (Institute of Advanced Sciences, Yokohama Nat. Univ., Green Hydrogen Research Center, Yokohama Nat. Univ.)

Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy: In Honor of Bernard Tribollet

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Corrosion / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) 306 A, Hawai’i Convention Center

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Introductory Remarks (Keynote) Non-Destructive Analysis of Electrochemical Systems By Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – T. Osaka, D. Mukoyama, H. Nara, T. Yokoshima (Research Organ. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.), and T. Momma (Grad. School of Advanced Science and Eng., Waseda Univ., Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University) (Invited) in-Situ Impedance of Lithium-Ion Rechargeable Batteries during Charge and Discharge – M. Itagaki, Y. Hoshi, and I. Shitanda (Tokyo University of Science) Interfacial Impedance Characterization and Equivalent Circuit Modeling Analysis of a Li-O2 Battery – R. Nelson and M. H. Weatherspoon (Florida A&M University Florida State University) Break (Invited) Effect of Position of Reference Electrode on Electrochemical Impedance in Laminated Lithium-Ion Rechargeable Batteries – Y. Hoshi, Y. Narita, I. Shitanda, and M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science) (Invited) Analysis of Li-Ion Battery By EIS Response By Equivalent Circuit and Verification of Estimated Parameters – T. Momma (Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University), D. Mukoyama, H. Nara, T. Yokoshima, and T. Osaka (Research Organ. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.) (Invited) Impedance Analysis Using Equivalent Circuits with Transmission Line Model for Reaction Distribution in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell and Li-Ion Battery – H. Nara, D. Mukoyama, T. Yokoshima (Research Organ. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.), T. Momma (Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University, Grad. School of Advanced Science and Eng., Waseda Univ.), and T. Osaka (Research Organ. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.)

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Quantitative Reconstruction of Half-Cell Impedances of Commercial Lithium-Ion Cells By Three Electrode Measurements and Impedance Modeling – S. Schindler (Helmholtz Institute Ulm) and M. A. Danzer (ZSW Baden-Wuerttemberg, Helmholtz Institute Ulm) Quantitative Analysis of Time-Domain Supported Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Data of Li-Ion Batteries: Reliable Activation Energy Determination at Low Frequencies – A. Mertens (Forschungszentrum Jülich, HelmholtzInstitute Münster), I. C. Vinke, H. Tempel, H. Kungl, L. G. J. de Haart (Forschungszentrum Jülich), R. A. Eichel, and J. Granwehr (Forschungszentrum Jülich, RWTH Aachen University) (Invited) AC Impedance Studies on Electrode/ Electrolyte Interface in Lithium-Ion Batteries – T. Abe (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University) (Invited) Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy for Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells: Understanding the Relationship Between Liquid Water and Performance – A. Bazylak (University of Toronto)

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(Keynote) Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy for Sensor and Biosensor Characterization and for Impedimetric Sensing – C. Brett, M. Barsan, and M. Ghica (University of Coimbra) (Invited) The Impedance of Bioelectrochemical Interfaces – M. Rueda, F. Prieto, and J. Alvarez-Malmagro (University of Seville) (Invited) Evaluating Corrosion Processes in an Aluminum Alloy, AA2024, Assisted By a Consortium of Microorganisms – M. A. Paez (Universidad de Santiago de Chile), C. Alvarado (UNIVERSIDAD DE SANTIAGO DE CHILE), M. Gulppi, G. Gomez (Universidad de Santiago de Chile), M. Sancy (Academia Politécnica Aeronáutica, Fuerza Aérea de Chile), M. I. Azocar (UNIVERSIDAD DE SANTIAGO DE CHILE), N. Vejar (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile), J. Blamey (Fundacion Biociencia), P. Molina, and J. H. Zagal (Universidad de Santiago de Chile) Gentle, Nondestructive Monitoring of Wound Healing in Cell-Based Assays Using – H. Wanzenboeck and E. Bertagnolli (Vienna University of Technology) (Invited) Correlation of Electrochemical Dissolution and Impedance of Active Implant Electrodes from Platinum and Iridium – A. W. Hassel (CD-Laboratory for Combinatorial Oxide Chemistry COMBOX, Johannes Kepler University Linz), J. P. Kollender (Johannes Kepler University Linz), G. Sprinzl (University Hospital St. Pölten), and T. Doll (Hannover Medical School)

(Invited) Corrosion Inhibitor (Decanethiol) for Carbon Steels Exposed to Aqueous CO2 – Z. Belarbi, F. Farelas, M. Singer, D. Young, and S. Nesic (Ohio University) (Invited) Using High Frequency Impedance Measurements for Phase Wetting Detection and Water Layer Thickness Characterization in Two-Phase Oil-Water Flow – L. Paolinelli, S. Nesic, Y. Juncheng, and A. Rashedi (Ohio University) Dynamic Stress Analysis at Solid Electrodes – G. R. Stafford and U. Bertocci (National Institute of Standards and Technology) (Invited) Effect of Mechanical Stress on the Passivity of Steel – D. Thierry, A. Nazarov (French Corrosion Institute), and V. Vivier (LISE - UMR 8235) (Invited) Electrochemical Impedance Analysis of Printable Porous Carbon Electrode for Realization of High-Power Biofuel Cell and Wearable Self-Powered Biosensor – I. Shitanda, Y. Hoshi, and M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science) Impedance Spectroscopy of Direct Ethanol Fuel Cells with Anodes Containing Pt Group Metals – P. Polczynski (University of Warsaw, Department of Chemistry, CNBCh), A. Miklolajczak (University of Warsaw Faculty of Chemistry), A. Lewera, and R. R. Jurczakowski (University of Warsaw, Department of Chemistry, CNBCh)

Exhibit Hall 2, Hawai’i Convention Center F02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Mark E. Orazem and Masayuki Itagaki •

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