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229th ECS Meeting May 29 – June 2, 2016

SAN DIEGO

Hilton San Diego Bayfront & San Diego Convention Center

ECS Leadership

ECS Officers

ECS Staff

Daniel Scherson, President Krishnan Rajeshwar, Sr.Vice-President Johna Leddy, 2nd Vice-President Yue Kuo, 3rd Vice-President Hariklia Deligianni, Secretary E. Jennings Taylor, Treasurer Roque J. Calvo, Executive Director

ECS Board of Directors

Mekki Bayachou, Chair, Organic & Biological Electrochemistry Division Rudolph Buchheit, Chair, Corrosion Division Scott Calabrese Barton, Chair, Energy Technology Division Roque J. Calvo, Executive Director Bryan Chin, Chair, Sensor Division Hariklia Deligianni, Secretary Turgut Gür, Chair, High Temperature Materials Division E. JenningsTaylor, Treasurer Robert Kostecki, Chair, Battery Division Paul Kohl, Past President Yue Kuo, 3rd Vice President Pawel Kulesza, Chair, Physical & Analytical Electrochemistry Division Dolf Landheer, Chair, Dielectric Science & Technology Division Johna Leddy, 2nd Vice-President Mark Overberg, Chair, Electronics & Photonics Division Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy, Chair, Electrodeposition Division Krishnan Rajeshwar, Senior Vice-President Madis Raukas, Chair, Luminescence and Display Materials Division Daniel Scherson, President Venkat Subramanian, Chair, Industrial Electrochemistry & Electrochemical Engineering Division Stuart Swirson, Nonprofit Financial Professional Eric Wachsman, Chair, Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee R. Bruce Weisman, Chair, Nanocarbons Division

ECS Senior Management Staff

Roque J. Calvo, Executive Director/CEO Tim Gamberzky, Chief Operating Officer Mary Yess, Deputy Executive Director/Chief Content Officer

Dinia Agrawala, Graphic Designer and Interface Production Manager Marcelle Austin, Board Relations Specialist Linda Cannon, Staff Accountant Karen Chmielewski, Finance Associate Karla Cosgriff, Director of Development Paul B. Cooper, Editorial Manager Casey Emilius, Meetings Specialist Beth Fisher Director of Membership Services Rob Gerth, Director of Marketing & Digital Engagement Annie Goedkoop, Director of Publications Production Paul Grote, Director of Finance Andrea L. Guenzel, Publications Specialist Mary Hojlo, Membership and Constituent Services Specialist Christie Knef, Director of Meetings John Lewis, Associate Director of Meetings Winnie Mutch, Web Manager Anna Olsen, Senior Content Associate Tammi Doefler, HR & Operations Manager Beth Schademann, Publications Specialist Amanda Staller, Web Content Specialist Logan Streu, Content Discoverability Specialist Beth Anne Stuebe, Meetings Content Manager

ECS Editors

Electrochemical Science & Technology (EST) Robert Savinell, Editor Doron Aurbach, Technical Editor Gerald S. Frankel, Technical Editor Thomas F. Fuller, Technical Editor Charles L. Hussey, Technical Editor Shelley D. Minteer, Technical Editor Rangachary Mukundan, Technical Editor Dennis G. Peters, Technical Editor John Weidner, Technical Editor Solid State Science & Technology (SSST) Dennis W. Hess, Editor Jennifer A. Bardwell, Technical Editor Stefan De Gendt, Technical Editor Francis D’Souza, Technical Editor Kailash C. Mishra, Technical Editor Fan Ren, Technical Editor Interface Vijay Ramani, Co-Editor Petr Vanýsek, Co-Editor ECS Transactions Jeffrey W. Fergus, Editor

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SAN DIEGO

May 29 – June 2, 2016 l Hilton San Diego Bayfront & San Diego Convention Center

ECS Welcomes You to San Diego

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elcome to San Diego, California! On behalf of the board of directors, volunteer leadership, and staff of ECS, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the “City in Motion” for the 229th ECS Meeting. With our meeting being held at both the Hilton San Diego Bayfront and the San Diego Convention Center, attendees can easily access and explore the bustling heart of downtown San Diego with ease from the beautiful waterfront properties. We hope your time in San Diego will give you an opportunity to network with colleagues, discuss important research, and discover new opportunities for collaboration. Please join us for the Sunday Evening Get-Together at 1900h in the Sapphire Terrace to kick-off this exciting week. And don’t miss the Plenary Session on Monday, May 30 in the Sapphire Ballroom, where we’ll welcome all attendees and wrap-up the first full meeting day by recognizing the ECS Society Award Recipients John R. Scully and Ralph E. White, receiving the Henry B. Linford Award for Distinguished Teaching and the Vittorio de Nora Award, respectively. Then we’ll be handing the microphone to Prof. Christian Amatore for his much anticipated ECS Lecture: Seeing, Measuring and Understanding Vesicular Exocytosis of Neurotransmitters. Be sure to attend the ECS Daniel Scherson Society, Division, and Section award talks in symposia throughout the week. Find further details in the technical ECS President program or by using the ECS Meeting Scheduler. At the Plenary, we’ll also officially launch Free the Science, ECS’s initiative to publish the best research in electrochemistry and solid state science at no charge to authors and to freely share it with all readers around the world. Look out for exciting Free the Science events throughout the week, including the Free the Science 5K on Tuesday morning and daily open access article credit drawings at the ECS Publications booth. On Tuesday, join us in the Sapphire Ballroom at 1630h to hear presentations from the Science for Solving Society’s Problems Challenge grant winners and guest speaker Carl Hensman from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, funding from which made the challenge program possible. Challenge grant winners will also be presenting their work in symposia sessions throughout the week—check the technical program for details. In addition to the array of technical presentations, we encourage you to take advantage of our educational short courses, offered on Sunday. Our free-of-charge, professional development workshops are running all week long. Here you can gain essential information on enhancing career opportunities, resume building, and networking. And don’t forget to visit our exhibitors, who will be located in the 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 session and some exciting demos at the Edison Theatre. Use our meeting program and ECS 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 ECS Registration desk in the Sapphire Foyer for further assistance. We thank you again for your continued support of ECS!

Program Guide ADA Accessibility........................................................................................ 2 Author Index............................................................................................178 Award Winners.......................................................................................... 32 Companion Registrant Program.............................................................. 2 Division, Committee, and Board Meetings.......................................... 23 ECS Committees....................................................................................... 42 ECS Division Officers.............................................................................. 40 ECS Publications.......................................................................................... 3 ECS Sections.............................................................................................. 41 ECS Student Chapters............................................................................. 41 ECS Transactions for San Diego 2016..................................................... 30 Editorial Boards......................................................................................... 40 Featured Events......................................................................................... 20 Floor Plans.................................................................................................8-9 Future Meetings........................................................................................... 5 Free the Science™ 5K Run ................................................................... 12 General Meeting Information................................................................... 2 Institutional Members ..................................................inside back cover Local Area Map............................................................................................ 6

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Meeting App................................................................................................. 3 Message from the President..................................................................... 1 Officers & Staff.............................................................. inside front cover Open Access: Author Choice................................................................. 15 Plenary/Featured Speakers...................................................................... 29 Poster Session Information....................................................................... 4 Professional Development Workshops................................................ 16 Registration Hours..................................................................................... 2 Science for Solving Problems (S3P)....................................................... 24 Sessions at a Glance........................................................................... 48-59 Session Chair Information....................................................................... 12 Short Courses .......................................................................................... 17 Sponsors..................................................................................................... 38 Symposium Topics and Organizers........................................................ 44 Technical Exhibit........................................................................................ 35 Technical Program..................................................................................... 60 Ticketed Events......................................................................................... 21 Wireless Network...................................................................................... 3

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General Meeting Information

General Information Meeting Registration

Things to Know

Location: Sapphire West Foyer Hours: Saturday......................................................................................1600-1900h Sunday.........................................................................................0700-1900h Monday.......................................................................................0700-1800h Tuesday.......................................................................................0700-1700h Wednesday................................................................................0700-1600h Thursday.....................................................................................0700-1200h

ADA Accessibility Special accommodations for those attendees living with a disability will be handled on an individual basis. Contact ECS headquarters immediately if you will need assistance at meetings@electrochem.org.

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 San Diego” 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 Onsite Registration Fees

ECS Member

$790

Nonmember

$953

ECS Student Member

$470

Student Nonmember

$512

One Day ECS Member

$632

One Day Nonmember

$743

Emeritus & Honorary Member

$0

Nontechnical Registrant

$55

Permissions Granted to ECS ECS reserves the right to electronically record any or all meetingrelated events. By registering for and/or attending an ECS meeting you are granting ECS permission to use any recording or photos made of you at any meeting event or anywhere within the meeting venue. 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 ECS, nor can any endorsement by ECS be claimed. Photography and Recording Is Not Permitted in Technical Sessions By attending the ECS meeting, you agree that you will not record any technical session activity, without the express written consent of ECS. If you violate this policy you will be removed from the meeting and your registration will be revoked without the possibility of a refund. 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 ECS headquarters office; such letters will not imply any financial responsibilities of ECS. Please check the current meeting website to confirm submission deadlines in advance. 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 an ECS representative. Did you know? As part of our recent website launch and database upgrade, 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.

Short Course Registration Five short courses are being offered on Sunday, May 29th from 0900h to 1630h. Pre-registration for short courses is required—the deadline was May 23, 2016; however, if you are interested in registering for a short course, please visit the registration area to see if there is space available. Registration Fees Course Only Regular Fees*

Course Regular Fees* Price discounted with the purchase of a meeting registration

ECS Member

$525

$450

Nonmember

$650

$575

ECS Student Member

$262.50

$187.50

Student Nonmember

$325

$250 *All prices are in U.S. Dollars.

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General Meeting Information

General Information Get to Know ECS

Go Green

Edison Theatre The Edison Theatre is a place where students and scientists will be doing live demonstrations sharing new ideas, techniques, and programs. Located on the exhibit floor, these demos will be taking place throughout the week. ECS Publications Do you have questions about ECS Publications? ECS has answers! Stop by the ECS Publications booth, located next to Registration in the Sapphire West Foyer, if you have any questions or want to learn more about ECS Pubs. 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 program. • See how to submit your meeting presentation to ECS Transactions. • Determine which ECS peer-reviewed journal is best for your latest research. • Learn about the ECS journals continuous publication model: your article, online, fast! • Hear about the latest Focus Issues for the ECS journals. • Ask us about our new Communication and Editors’ Choice articles. • Get an inside view on how Interface articles are selected. • Learn about ORCiD and how it can benefit you as a researcher and author. • Browse our current monographs (and suggest topics for) upcoming editions. • Discover the easy way to submit your abstract to an ECS Meeting. • Learn how you can now purchase and download full-text PDF issues of ECST directly from our Online Store!

• Access the meeting program online instead of taking a printed copy. • Recycle your meeting program and plastic name badge holders in the allocated bins in the registration area • Bring your own reusable bottle for coffee and water • Join us for the 5K on Tuesday morning to help reduce your carbon footprint. See page 12 for more information. • Explore the downtown area by foot, check out the local area map on page 6 • Participate in the Hilton's towel and sheet reuse program. See in-room collateral for details. • Turn off lights in your room when leaving for the day.

Tools for a Successful Meeting Experience • Visit ECS Publications located in the Sapphire West Foyer • Become a Member! Stop by the customer service counter for more information • Download the personal scheduler at www.electrochem.org/229 • Please turn off cell phones during presentations • Become familiar with the Hilton and Convention Center layout by visiting page 8 • Visit the exhibit hall where exhibitors will share the latest developments in the field • Tell us about your experience by completing the post conference survey sent via email

Technology at Your Fingertips

ECS is pleased to provide a complimentary wireless network and Meeting App! Meeting App

Visit www.electrochem.org/229 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: freethescience Password: openaccess

Stay Connected to Your Community

Connect, share, and discover through ECS’s social media pages. Stay informed with the latest news in the world of electrochemistry and solid state science, and interface with a like-minded community.

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General Meeting Information

General Information Tools for a Successful Presentation ECS 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 229th 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. Author Choice Open Access ECS offers Author Choice Open Access across its two peer-reviewed journals: Journal of The Electrochemical Society, and ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology. If you have any questions, please visit www.electrochem.org/oa or contact oa@electrochem.org for personal assistance. Information for Presenters Oral presentations must be in English. Laptop computers and LCD projectors will be available in each symposium room for oral presentations. Authors must bring their presentation on a USB flash drive only. Speakers requiring special equipment must make 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 from 0900h to 1600h. 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 0900h; judging of the posters will begin at 1700h and formal presentations will begin at 1800h. Winners will be announced and awards will be announced on Wednesday in the General Poster Session, 1800-2000h.

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Floor Plans Key Locations in the Hilton Bayfront The Hilton Bayfront is located at 1 Park Boulevard, San Diego, California, 92101 USA Meeting Registration: Sapphire West Foyer ECS Headquarters Office: Sapphire 400B EXIT GREEN ROOM

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Highlighted Events Exhibition Technical Exhibition Times Tuesday......................................................................... 1300-1600h ....................................................................................... 1800-2000h Wednesday.................................................................. 0900-1400h ....................................................................................... 1800-2000h Thursday....................................................................... 0900-1200h Exhibition Location Hall H, San Diego Convention Center (SDCC) Join the exhibitors and get lunch at the Hall H lunch concession stand, Wednesday at 1130h.

Sunday Evening Get-Together When: Sunday, 1900-2100h Where: Sapphire B&C and Sapphire Terrace All technical and non-technical registrants are welcome to this low-key event for some tasty desserts, drinks, and networking.

ECS Student Mixer Sponsored by Bio-Logic When: Monday, 1830-2030h Where: Sapphire Ballroom D Thank you to our generous sponsor, BioLogic, for making this popular networking event possible. This event is a must for all student attendees. Join distinguished members of the society for light food and refreshments. If you have not already purchased your ticket, visit the customer service counter at registration. ECS Student Member Price:.................$5.00 Student Nonmember Price:............... $15.00

Free the Science 5K Run When: Tuesday, 0700h Where: Promenade Plaza

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Join us for an invigorating morning run in support of ECS’s Open Access efforts. Profits 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. Sign up at the customer service desk, Sapphire West Foyer. 5K Winners will be announced at the Annual Society Business Luncheon on Tuesday. Onsite Ticket Price:................................. $35.00

Session Chair and Symposium Organizer Breakfast When: Monday, 0700-0800h Where: Aqua Salon D The success of the meeting is very much due to the role that 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. 12

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Highlighted Events Science for Solving Society’s Problems Challenge Grant Winner Presentation

Student and General Poster Sessions When: Tuesday and Wednesday, 1800-2000h Where: Hall H, SDCC

When: Tuesday, 1630-1800h Where: Sapphire Ballroom BC/FG Join us as the winners of the first ECS Science for Solving Society’s Problems (S3P) Challenge present overviews of their grant winning work. Learn how these researchers are aiming to impact global water and sanitation issues.

Join the entire community for cold drinks and delicious snacks while browsing through posters and mingling with exhibitors. The Z01 General Student Poster Session award winners will be announced on Wednesday at 1800h in Edison Theatre.

Science for Solving Society’s Problems Challenge Grant Winner Posters When: Tuesday and Wednesday, 1800-2000h Where: Hall H, SDCC Take the opportunity to talk to the S3P Grant Winners about their research while getting an up close look at their work.

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The IRA Charitable Rollover has been permanently reinstated by Congress!

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The U.S. Congress has retroactively reinstated and made permanent the provision that allows U.S. donors age 70 ½ years or older to make tax-free gifts from their IRA account to charities of their choice. Meet your annual required minimum distributions while supporting ECS!

To take advantage of these tax benefits this year, you must direct your IRA plan provider to make a distribution to ECS by December 31, 2016. To learn more, please contact Karla Cosgriff, development director, 609.737.1902 ext. 122, karla.cosgriff@electrochem.org or call your IRA administrator. ECS is pleased to provide sample letters of instruction. Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

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Free the Science: Make Your Work More Accessible, Make It OA! Reach More Readers

Quality Publications

ECS Author Choice Open Access gives you the opportunity to make your papers freely available to any scientist (or anyone, for that matter) with an Internet connection, increasing your pool of potential readers. Papers not published as Open Access can only be read by those from a subscribing institution or those who are willing to pay a fee to access it.

Our two peer-reviewed titles are among the most highly-regarded, highly-cited, and highly-ranked in their areas. Choosing to make your paper Open Access within these journals makes no difference to the quality processes we uphold at ECS—selection criteria and peer review remain exactly the same. ECS publications have always focused on maintaining the highest standards of peer review, and we will continue to maintain these practices for all manuscript submissions.

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Keep Your Copyright ECS’s Open Access publishing agreement with authors does not require a transfer of copyright: the copyright remains with the author. Authors, however, must choose what kind of license they want to grant their readers. ECS offers a choice of two Creative Commons usage licenses that authors may attach to their work (see sidebar).

Article Credits You can publish your papers as Open Access for FREE if you have an Article Credit. ECS members receive one complimentary article credit per year. Authors coming from institutions with an ECS Plus subscription qualify for unlimited article credits. For members who have already used their article credit, we offer a discounted Article Processing Charge (APC) of $200 per article (that’s 75% off our already low rate—$800).

Electrochemistry and solid state science have never been more important to global health and sustainability. Our community is making key discoveries in renewable energy, medical technology, and more. Such important discoveries need maximum discoverability. Author Choice Open Access is a good start, but ultimately we hope to open access to our entire Digital Library without charging any publication or subscription fees. We’ve launched the Free the Science initiative to make this vision a reality.

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Highlighted Events Professional Development Workshops Professional development workshops are offered to provide attendees with an opportunity to enhance career search and networking skills. As a multi-part series, individuals are encouraged to attend all 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 Monday, 0800-1000h Where: Cobalt 501 C

Panel of Professionals: Career Exploration in Electrochemical and Solid State Science and Technology When: Wednesday, 1530-1630h Where: Cobalt 501 C

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-todate information and tips for employment success. Part 2: Résumé Review John R. Susko, Instructor When: Monday, 1200-1600h Tuesday, 0800-1200h Wednesday, 0800-1200h Where: Cobalt 501 C

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.

Now that you’ve attended Part 1: Essential Elements for Employment Success, bring your résumé for a one-on-one 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.

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Volume 68– G l a s g o w , S c o t l a n d from the ECS Glasgow meeting, July 26-July 31, 2015 The following issues of ECS Transactions are from symposia held during the Glasgow meeting. All issues are available in electronic (PDF) editions, which may be purchased by visiting http://ecsdl.org/ECST/. Some issues may also be available in CD-ROM 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. 68 Solid Oxide Fuel Cells XIV (SOFC-XIV) No. 1 Editors: Singhal, Eguchi

Vol. 68 Batteries No. 2 Editor: Fergus

CD-ROM................................. M $215.00, NM $269.00

Soft-cover ................................ M $96.00, NM $119.00 PDF ............................................ M $35.30, NM $44.13

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Vol. 68 Low-Temperature Fuel Cells, No. 3 Electrolyzers, and Redox Flow Cells Editors: Jones, Schmidt, Herranz, Gasteiger, Fergus

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

Soft-cover ................................ M $96.00, NM $119.00 PDF ............................................ M $74.84, NM $93.55

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Highlighted Events Short Courses Five short courses will take place on Sunday from 0900-1630h. ECS short courses are all-day classes designed to provide students, or the seasoned professional, with an in-depth education on a wide range of topics. Taught by industry experts, the small class size makes for an excellent opportunity for personalized instruction helping both novices and experts advance their technical expertise and knowledge. Registration fee for the course includes participation in the course, materials, continental breakfast, luncheon, and refreshment breaks; the short course registration fee does not include or apply to the general meeting registration, and it is not applicable to any other activities of the meeting. All individuals participating in short courses along with the meeting are required to register for both events. Basic Corrosion for Electrochemists Luis F. Garfias-Mesias, Instructor Location: Indigo 204 A

Advanced Impedance Spectroscopy Mark Orazem, Instructor Location: Indigo 206

This course covers the basics of corrosion science and corrosion engineering. It is targeted toward people with a physical sciences or engineering background who are interested in learning the basic concepts of corrosion.The course begins with a general foundation of electrochemistry and corrosion, covering common terminology and field testing information.

This course is intended for chemists, physicists, material scientists, and engineers with an interest in applying electrochemical impedance techniques to study a broad variety of electrochemical processes. Attendees will develop an understanding of the technique, how to develop models with physical significance, and how to use graphical and regression methods to interpret measurements.

About the Instructor Luis F. Garfias-Mesias has a Chemical Engineering degree from the University of Yucatan (Mexico). He has a M.Sc. on Corrosion Science and Engineering from UMIST (UK) and a Ph.D. on materials Science and Engineering from Oxford University (UK). Luis was a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Corrosion Research Center in the University of Minnesota working on in-situ microscopy and corrosion of implant materials. He has worked in several industries including Bell Labs Research, SC Johnson, DNV, Intertek and currently is a Consultant at WGK in Houston TX.

About the Instructor Mark Orazem is a recognized expert on impedance spectroscopy and coauthor of a textbook on electrochemical impedance spectroscopy. Orazem is a Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Florida, a Fellow of the Electrochemical Society, and recipient of the 2012 ECS Linford Award.

Fundamentals of Electrochemistry: Basic Theory and Thermodynamic Methods Jamie Noël, Instructor Location: Indigo 204 B

This workshop teaches rotating electrode techniques, useful for applications such as fuel cell catalyst screening, corrosion inhibitor testing, and electroplating. A short hands-on lab will be given so that participants will learn how to measure (1) the electron transfer rate constant of a catalytic reaction and (2) the corrosion rate for a metallic coupon material.

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.

About the Instructor Li Sun received his PhD from Northwestern University for his work in surface-enhanced Raman scattering. After 15 years of fundamental research, including a pioneering study on mass transport through nanopores, he joined Pine Research Instrumentation in 2005 to bring innovative solutions to challenging problems faced by chemists in their daily work. Dr. Sun enjoys teaching science to all ages. Nanobiosensors Raluca-Ioana Stefan-van Staden, Instructor Location: Indigo 202 B This course is intended for chemists, physicists, materials scientists, and engineers with an interest in applying electrochemical sensors on fields like biomedical analysis, pharmaceutical analysis, and food analysis. This course can also help understand the manufacturers of new electrochemical tools used to explore nanobiosensors.Attendees will develop a basic understanding of the principles of molecular recognition, design/ response characteristics, as well as a new class of stochastic nanobiosensors. About the Instructor Raluca-Ioana van Staden is a Senior Researcher and Head of the Laboratory of Electrochemistry and PATLAB Bucharest, National Institute of Research for Electrochemistry and Condensed Matter, Romania, and Professor at the University Politehnica, Bucharest, Romania. Lately, she developed new types of sensors for early detection of cancer, for fast screening of citokines, adipokines, and seven neurotransmitters, and for the analysis of different substances of clinical interest in children’s saliva. Raluca was awarded with more than 40 national and international awards since 1997.

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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. The course begins with a general, basic foundation of electrochemistry and uses it to develop the theory and experimental approaches to electrochemical problems of a thermodynamic nature. This course complements a sister course, “Fundamentals of Electrochemistry: Basic Theory and Kinetic Methods”, offered alternately by the same instructor.

Hydrodynamic Electrochemistry Using Rotating Electrodes Li Sun, Instructor Location: Indigo 202 A


2016 PRiME 2016 = Sunday, October 2, 2016 = Honolulu, Hawaii Hawaii Convention Center & Hilton Hawaiian Village

Recent Progress in Renewable Energy Generation, Distribution, and Storage The ECS Electrochemical Energy Summit (E2S) brings together policy makers and  researchers as a way of educating attendees about the critical issues of energy needs and the  pivotal research in electrochemical energy that will impact our planet’s sustainability.   The 6th International ECS Electrochemical Energy Summit will focus around Recent Progress in Renewable Energy Generation, Distribution, and Storage. The program will include keynote presentations and remarks from DOE, NEDO, KIER, and the  Hawaii State Energy Office followed by a poster session showcasing research, advancements,  and technologies within the clean energy sector. There will be networking opportunities and  associated receptions. 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 PRiME 2016 is the joint international meeting of:

2016 Fall Meeting of The Electrochemical Society of Japan

230th Meeting of The Electrochemical Society

2016 Fall Meeting The Korean Electrochemical Society

technical co-sponsors: Chinese Society of Electrochemistry

Korean Physical Society Semiconductor Division

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Electrochemistry Division of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute

Semiconductor Physics Division of Chinese Physics Society

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Meeting Topics A - Batteries and Energy Storage

I - Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers, and Energy Conversion

B - Carbon Nanostructures and Devices

J - Luminescence and Display Materials, Devices, and Processing

C - Corrosion Science and Technology

K - Organic and Bioelectrochemistry

D - Dielectric Science and Materials

L - Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, And Photoelectrochemistry

E - Electrochemical/Electroless Deposition F - Electrochemical Engineering

M - Sensors

G - Electronic Materials and Processing H - Electronic and Photonic Devices and Systems

Z - General Topics

Important Deadlines Discounted hotel rates starting at $195 at the Hilton Hawaiian Village (the PRiME HQ hotel) and $149 at the Ala Moana Hotel in Honolulu, HI will be available beginning in June 2016. The reservation deadline for both is September 11, 2016 or until the blocks sell out, so reserve early! Early-bird registration opens in June 2016, early-bird pricing is available through September 2, 2016. Take advantage of exhibition and sponsorship opportunities, submit your application by June 15, 2016. Travel grants are available for student attendees and young professional (early career and faculty) attendees. PRiME 2016 will be held at the Hawaii Convention Center & Hilton Hawaiian Village. Please visit the PRiME webpage for the most up-to-date information on hotel accommodations, registration, short courses, special events, and to review the online technical program. Full papers presented at ECS meetings will be published in ECS Transactions.

PRiME 2016 is the joint international meeting of:

2016 Fall Meeting of The Electrochemical Society of Japan

230th Meeting of The Electrochemical Society

2016 Fall Meeting The Korean Electrochemical Society

with the technical co-sponsoring of: Chinese Society of Electrochemistry

Electrochemistry Division of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute

Korean Physical Society Semiconductor Division

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The Japan Society of Applied Physics

Semiconductor Physics Division of Chinese Physics Society

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Featured Events Meeting Events-at-a-Glance

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Sunday, May 29 0700h 0800h 0900h 1330h 1400h 1900h Monday, May 30 0700h 0700h 0700h 0800h 0800h 0925h 0930h 1000h 1020h 1200h 1215h 1600h 1615h 1700h 1830h Tuesday, May 31 0700h 0700h 0800h 0800h 0930h 1215h 1300h 1400h 1410h 1630h 1800h 1800h Wednesday, June 1 0700h 0800h 0800h 0900h 0930h 1000h 1130h 1500h 1525h 1530h 1800h 1800h Thursday, June 2 0700h 0800h 0900h 0930h

Registration Opens / Sapphire West Foyer Short Course Breakfast / Indigo C Short Courses Begin (See Page 17 for Locations) Technical Sessions (Check Technical Program for exact time) Professional Development Series: Part 1 Essential Elements for Employment Success / Cobalt 501 C Sunday Evening Get-Together / Sapphire B&C and Sapphire Terrace Registration Opens / Sapphire West Foyer Session Chair and Symposium Organizer Orientation Breakfast / Aqua Salon D Princeton Applied Research/Solartron Breakfast* Presentation / Aqua 310 A Professional Development Series: Part 1 Essential Elements for Employment Success / Cobalt 501 C Technical Sessions Begin (Check Technical Program for exact time) Science for Solving Society’s Problems Challenge Grant Winner: Eric Wachsman / Indigo Ballroom C Technical Session Coffee Break / Sapphire West Foyer Science for Solving Society’s Problems Challenge Grant Winner: Gemma Reguera / Sapphire Ballroom H Science for Solving Society’s Problems Challenge Grant Winner: Plamen Atanassov/ Sapphire Ballroom H Professional Development Series: Part 2 Resume Review / Cobalt 501 C Metrohm Lunch* & Learn / Indigo D Science for Solving Society’s Problems Challenge Grant Winner: Neus Sabaté / Indigo Ballroom B Pine Reception for L02*/Sapphire M Plenary Session / Sapphire Ballroom BC Student Mixer sponsored by Bio-Logic* / Sapphire Ballroom D Free the Science 5K Run* / Promenade Plaza Registration Opens / Sapphire West Foyer Technical Sessions (Check Technical Program for exact time) Professional Development Series: Part 2 Resume Review / Cobalt 501 C Technical Session Coffee Break / Sapphire West Foyer Annual Society Business Meeting and Luncheon*/ Sapphire Ballroom P Technical Exhibit / SDCC Hall H Science for Solving Society’s Problems Challenge Grant Winner: Neus Sabaté / Indigo Ballroom A Vittorio de Nora Award Address: Ralph White / Aqua Salon E Science for Solving Society’s Problems (S3P) Challenge: Grant Winner Talks / Sapphire Ballroom BC Science for Solving Society’s Problems Challenge Grant Winner: Falk Harnisch / SDCC Hall H Technical Exhibit; General, Student, and S3P Poster Session / SDCC Hall H Registration Opens / Sapphire West Foyer Technical Sessions (Check Technical Program for exact time) Professional Development Series: Part 2 Resume Review / Cobalt 501 C Technical Exhibit / SDCC Hall H Technical Session Coffee Break / SDCC Hall H ECS Toyota Young Investigator Fellowship Program Address: David Go / Sapphire Ballroom I Join the exhibitors and get lunch at the Hall H lunch concession stand Science for Solving Society’s Problems Challenge Grant Winner: Luis Godínez/ Aqua 309 Science for Solving Society’s Problems Challenge Grant Winner: Gerardine Botte / Cobalt 520 Professional Development Series: Panel of Professionals / Cobalt 501 C Technical Exhibit, General Poster Session Z01 General Student Poster Session Award Winner Announcement / Edison Theatre / SDCC Hall H* Registration Opens / Sapphire West Foyer Technical Sessions (Check Technical Program for exact time) Technical Exhibit / SDCC Hall H Technical Sessions Coffee Break / SDCC Hall H

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Featured Events Division Events Dielectric Science & Technology Division Sunday, May 29 1700h ��������Governing Body and Long Range Planning Committee & Symposium Planning Meeting with Division Elections / Aqua Salon D Electronics & Photonics Division Sunday, May 29 1600h ��������Symposium Planning and Technical Directions Subcommittee / Aqua Salon E 2000h ��������Executive Committee and Award Reception / Aqua Salon E Monday, May 30 0820h ��������Electronics and Photonics Division Award Lecture by Michael Shur / Aqua 310B Energy Technology Division Monday, May 30 1900h ��������Executive Committee / Aqua Salon D Tuesday, May 31 1350h ��������Energy Technology Division Supramaniam Srinivasan Young Investigator Award Lecture by Prabeer Barpanda / Sapphire Ballroom A 1420h ��������Energy Technology Division Graduate Student Award Lecture by Matthew Genovese / Indigo Ballroom A 1530h ��������Energy Technology Division Research Award Lecture by Thomas Zawodzinski / Aqua Salon F Wednesday, June 1 1800h ��������Division Reception and Business Meeting* / Aqua AB High Temperature Materials Division Monday, May 30 0700h ��������Executive Committee / Cobalt 502B Tuesday, June 1 1140h ��������High Temperature Materials Division J. Bruce Wagner, Jr. Award Lecture by Sean Bishop / Indigo Ballroom C Industrial Electrochemistry & Electrochemical Engineering Division Monday, May 30 0700h ��������Executive Committee / Cobalt 500 1215h ��������Division Luncheon and Business Meeting* / Aqua 310A

Wednesday, June 1 0820h ��������Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division Student Achievement Award Lecture by Regis P. Dowd, Jr. / Aqua 309 Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division Monday, May 30 0820h ��������Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division Manuel M. Baizer Award Lecture by Kevin Moeller / Aqua 300 A 1700h ��������Executive Committee / Cobalt 520 Tuesday, May 31 1900h ��������Division’s 12th Manuel M. Baizer Award Reception / Cobalt 502A Wednesday, June 1 1215h ��������Division Luncheon and Business Meeting* / Aqua Salon D Nanocarbons Division Monday, May 30 1830h ��������Executive Committee / Aqua Salon F Tuesday, May 31 1930h ��������Division Reception and Business Meeting* / Indigo Ballroom D Wednesday, June 1 1000h ��������Nanocarbons Division SES Young Investigator Award by Jiayan Luo / Aqau 311 B Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division Sunday, May 29 1800h ��������Symposium Planning Committee / Cobalt 502A Monday, May 30 0700h ��������Executive Committee / Cobalt 520 1215h ��������Division Luncheon and Business Meeting* / Indigo 202B Sensor Division Sunday, May 29 1800h ��������Executive Committee / Indigo 206 *Ticket Required to attend, see below for more information

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Volume 69– P h o e n i x , A r i z o n a

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Featured Events Committee and Board Meetings Sunday, May 29 1600h ��������Fellows Review Subcommittee / Cobalt 520 1600h ��������Interface Advisory Board / Cobalt 502B Monday, May 30 0800h ��������Joint Journal Editorial Board / Aqua Salon C 1330h ��������Education Committee / Cobalt 501B 1330h ��������ECS Transactions Editorial Board / Aqua Salon AB 1500h ��������Interdisciplinary Science & Technology Subcommittee / Cobalt 502A 1530h ��������Individual Membership Committee with Division and Section Representatives / Cobalt 500

Tuesday, May 31 0700h ��������Symposium Planning Advisory Board / Cobalt 500 0730h ��������Council of Past Presidents / Cobalt 520 0930h ��������Publications Subcommittee / Aqua Salon AB 1400h ��������Meetings Subcommittee / Cobalt 520 1600h ��������Honors and Awards Committee / Cobalt 502B Wednesday, June 1 0700h ��������Technical Affairs Committee / Cobalt 502B Thursday, June 2 0800h ��������Board of Directors Meeting / Aqua Salon CD

Section Events Europe Section Monday, May 30 1700h ��������Executive Committee / Aqua Salon C 1800h ��������Section General Meeting / Aqua Salon C

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Science for Solving Society’s Pro Winners’ Symposia at 229th ECS Meeting Tuesday | 1630h Sapphire Ballroom BC/FG In its first Science for Solving Society’s Problems Challenge, ECS partnered with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to leverage the brainpower of the many scientists in electrochemistry and solid state science and technology that regularly attend ECS meetings. ECS invited 100 researchers to learn about the issues and propose their solutions during a multi-day workshop at the Electrochemical Energy and Water Summit in Cancun, Mexico held October 5-9, 2014. Through the Challenge, ECS awarded over $360,000 of seed funding to seven innovative research projects addressing critical technology gaps in water, sanitation, and hygiene challenges being faced around the world. Join the grantees in San Diego as they present their work and address how they are applying electrochemistry to global issues through their research. Following the program, the grantees will join the poster session at 1800h on Tuesday evening to network and further present their work. Grantees will also be presenting in selected symposia throughout the week. Find further details in the technical program or by using the ECS Meeting Scheduler.

Key Participants Carl Hensman Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Team within the Global Development Program of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Keynote Speaker

E. Jennings Taylor Faraday Technology, Inc. and Treasurer of ECS Moderator

Grantees Eric Wachsman University of Maryland | USA Awarded $50,000   Monday | 0925-0945h Indigo Ballroom C Sustainable Water Treatment Using an SOFCBased Combined Heat and Power System Dr. Wachsman’s project will demonstrate a highlyefficient, low-cost solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) for the co-generation of high quality heat for dewatering and drying processes, electric power and potable water using waste-produced biogas.The technology will be based on high-power-density low-temperature SOFCs, but they will be optimized for heat production rather than electric power. The SOFC stack will use proprietary all-ceramic anodes, which are both carbon and sulfur tolerant at lower temperatures to allow for thermal cycling and long-term operation without fuel contaminant induced degradation issues, such as sulfur poisoning. The project will be a collaboration among Eric Wachsman, Stephanie Lansing and Redox Power Systems, a company formed to commercialize Dr. Wachsman’s SOFC technology.  24

Gemma Reguera Michigan State University | USA Awarded $40,000 Monday | 1000-1020h Sapphire Ballroom H SPEED: Sanitation and Processing for Energy with Electrochemical Devices Develop microbial electrochemical reactors that harvest energy from human waste substrates using bioanodes engineered to process the waste into biofuels while simultaneously cleaning water for reuse. The microbial catalysts will be selected for their efficiency at processing the wastes, but also for their versatility to process other residential and agricultural waste substrates. This will provide an affordable, easy to operate system for the decentralized processing of a wide range of wastes for improved sanitation, water reuse, and energy independence

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blems Challenge Grant Winners Plamen Atanassov University of New Mexico | USA Awarded $70,000    Monday | 1020-1040h Sapphire Ballroom H Self-Powered Supercapacitive Microbial Fuel Cell Produce bio-catalytic septic cleaning materials that incorporate microorganisms removing organic and inorganic contaminants, while simultaneously creating electricity (or hydrocarbon fuel) for energy generation in support of a sustainable and portable system.  Neus Sabaté Institut de Microelectrónica de Barcelona (CSIC) | Spain Awarded $50,000   Monday | 1600 – 1620h Indigo Ballroom B Powerpad: Non-Toxic Capillary-Based Flow Battery for Single Use Applications Tuesday | 1400-1420h Indigo Ballroom A Powerpad: Evaluation of Redox Chemistries for Disposable Power Sources Develop a non-toxic portable source of power for water measuring and monitoring systems, which will not require recycling facilities. Using inexpensive materials such as paper, nanoporous carbon electrodes and organic redox species, the team will strive to create a biodegradable and even compostable power source.The project is a collaboration among Neus Sabaté, Juan Pablo Esquivel, and Erik Kjeang from the Simon Fraser University in Canada.  Falk Harnisch Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research | Germany Awarded $50,000   Tuesday | 1800h Exhibit Hall H

wastewater while generating clean water and electric energy. The core of the microbial fuel cell is electrodes produced form corrugated cardboard via a simple carbonization procedure. The project will develop corrugated cardboard electrodes to be used as anode and cathode material which could be implemented in existing infrastructure. Presentations will be made by Jörg Kretzschmar. Luis Godinez CIDETEQ | Mexico Awarded $50,000   Wednesday | 1500-1520h Aqua 309 In-Situ Electrochemical Generation of the Fenton Reagent for the Treatment of Human Wastewater Study the electro-Fenton approach using activated carbon to efficiently oxidize most of the organic and biological materials present in sanitary wastewater so that recycling of the wastewater might be possible.  Gerardine Botte Ohio University | USA Awarded $50,000    Wednesday | 1525-1545h Cobalt 520 Electrochemical Disinfection of Wastewater Using Urea Electrolysis Dr. Botte’s project evaluates the feasibility of disinfection by the electrolysis of urine. Dr. Botte has already demonstrated the electrolysis of urine using Ni anode electrodes to remove urea from urine and produce clean water and cogenerate hydrogen (energy). This project will determine the feasibility of urine electrolysis for direct disinfection. In particular, it will evaluate (1) whether sufficient current can circulate through urine electrolysis to electro shock and kill bacteria and microorganisms (2) whether microorganisms can be killed by the localized alkaline pH developed at the cathode of the urine electrolysis cell. 

eLatrines: Development of a Fully Cardboard Based Microbial Fuel Cell for Pit Latrines Dr. Harnisch’s project proposes to develop a fully cardboard based, low-cost, high-performance, readyto-use, sustainable microbial fuel cell which could clean Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

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Plenary Session

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The Plenary Session is a high profile session where participants are invited from every symposia to come together and hear from some of the most inspiring leaders and experts from around the world, who have influence on our field and our future. President Dan Scherson will start by wrapping up the first full day of the meeting by recognizing ECS Society Award Recipients John R. Scully and Ralph E. White, receiving the Henry B. Linford Award for Distinguished Teaching and the Vittorio de Nora Award

respectively. Then the microphone will be handed to Christian Amatore for his highly anticipated ECS Lecture: Seeing, Measuring and Understanding Vesicular Exocytosis of Neurotransmitters. 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 winner’s talks to your agenda, they are scheduled in various symposia throughout the week.

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Plenary & Society Awards The ECS Lecture

Join Us for The ECS Lecture When: Monday, 1700h Where: Sapphire Ballroom BC

Seeing, Measuring and Understanding Vesicular Exocytosis of Neurotransmitters by Christian Amatore Christian Amatore gave molecular electrochemistry new direction by utilizing new concepts and tools to allow the discipline to overflow its traditional fields in order 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 involved 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 carbon-carbon bond making in fine chemical industry. Amatore has received many honors and awards in the scientific community, including CNRS’s Silver Medal, SEAC’s Reilley Award, and RSC’s Bourke Medal.

Five Questions with Christian Amatore Christian Amatore has given a new direction to electrochemistry and has had a pioneering role in the development of ultramicroelectrodes worldwide. He is currently the Director of Research at CNRS and will be giving the ECS Lecture at the 229th ECS Meeting in San Diego, CA, May 29-June 2, 2016. His talk is titled, “Seeing, Measuring and Understanding Vesicular Exocytosis of Neurotransmitters.” What types of practical applications does your work in microelectrodes have? Let me tell you a story. Michael Faraday was visited by the Prime Minister of England in his own laboratory, and he demonstrated the classical experiment where you take a magnet and you put the iron filing and you see that the iron filling is emitting lines that are going out of the magnet from the North Pole to the South Pole. The Prime Minster said, “Professor Faraday, this is fantastic. What are the applications?” Faraday said, “Mr. Prime Minister, I don’t know of any applications, but I am sure within 30 years there will be applications done by other people.” In fact, he was a visionary because 30 years after you had the first electrical engine and the first big alternators to make electricity. It’s very difficult to foresee the applications because as scientists, we are interested in understanding what’s going on and it is generally other people who will find the applications. What do you think the impact of electrochemistry is on some of the world’s most pressing issues? The energy problem is one problem that only electrochemistry can solve. When you want to make a fuel cell, you have to understand the electrochemistry. When you want to make a supercapacitor or sodium ion batteries, you need to understand electrochemistry. If we want to convert and store the energy, speaking about photovoltaics or windmills, this type of energy is intermittent. If we want to use this energy, we need to have a way to store the electricity. What most people don’t understand is that electricity is like a river. If you store the energy carried by the river flow you need to make a dam, and a dam in electrochemistry is called a battery. What fuels your passion for science? Science is a marvelous adventure. The need for understanding the world around us is one of the most ancient arts of humanity. I think the human brain has a need for understanding. I could not live in a world where there is no art and where there is no science. Tell us about your experience with the French High Council for Science and Technology, where you advised the president of France on scientific matters. I was one of two chemists. When the government had some need for advice, they asked us to produce that advice that was for the better management of some issue in research. That was a fantastic experience in my life. What areas does electrochemical science and technology impact? Electrochemistry is everywhere. It is a central science.You name a natural phenomenon, you’ll find electrochemistry. But electrochemistry is generally only taught to electrochemists. Most people don’t know that electrochemistry is everywhere and this is a pity. This science should be taught to freshmen. The concepts of electrochemistry are very wide, in fact, it is by itself an interdisciplinary science.

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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.)

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Joint General Session: Batteries and Energy Storage -and- Fuel Cells, Electrolytes, and Energy Future and Present Advanced Lithium Batteries and Beyond – a Symposium in the Honor of Prof. Bruno Scrosati

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Battery Modeling and Computation

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SAN F01

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering General Session

SAN L06

Ionic Liquids as Electrolytes

SAN L07

Renewable Fuels via Artificial Photosynthesis or Electrolysis

SAN B01

Carbon Nanostructures for Energy Conversion

SAN B02

Carbon Nanostructures in Medicine and Biology

SAN F02

Engineering the Interface between Catalysis and Electrocatalysis

SAN L08

Electrochemistry in Geochemical Environments

SAN B03

Carbon Nanotubes - From Fundamentals to Devices

SAN H03

Properties and Applications of 2-Dimensional Layered Materials

SAN M01

Sensors, Actuators, and Microsystems General Session

SAN B04

Endofullerenes and Carbon Nanocapsules

SAN I01

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

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 B05

Fullerenes - Chemical Functionalization, Electron Transfer, and Theory

SAN B06

Graphene and Beyond: 2D Materials

SAN B07

Inorganic/Organic Nanohybrids for Energy Conversion

SAN B08

Porphyrins, Phthalocyanines, and Supramolecular Assemblies

SAN C01

Corrosion General Session

SAN I03

Hydrogen and Oxygen Evolution Catalysis for Water Electrolysis 2

SAN I04

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

SAN Z03

Grand Challenges in Energy Conversion and Storage

SAN I05

Heterogeneous Functional Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage

SAN Z04

Nature-inspired Electrochemical Systems 2

SAN K01

12th Manual M. Baizer Memorial Symposium on Organic Electrochemistry

SAN Z05

Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing

SAN Z06

Modeling: From Elucidation of Physical Phenomena to Applications in Design

SAN Z07

The Brain and Electrochemistry

SAN K02

Bioelectrochemistry: Analysis and Fundamental Studies

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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Nanocarbons Division Business Meeting and Reception:

Celebrating Twenty-Five Years of Nanocarbons in the ECS Please join us at a special reception celebrating the 25th Anniversary of nanocarbons research in the ECS. We will meet Tuesday evening, May 31 at 1930h (7:30 p.m.) in Indigo D at the Hilton Hotel. Enjoy desserts and drinks while you socialize with colleagues. Reminisce about memorable events from the time of the original Fullerenes Group to the current day Nanocarbons Division with a photo album slide show and remarks from pioneering researchers. Meet the incoming Division officers and the new External Advisory Council. So come and help us celebrate a quarter-century of scientific and technical achievements and service to the research community.

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Plenary & Society Awards

Plenary & Society Awards Society Awards The ECS Society Awards being presented at the Plenary Session are the Henry B. Linford Award for Distinguished Teaching being awarded to John Scully and the Vittorio de Nora Award being awarded to Ralph White for contributions to the field of electrochemical engineering and technology. The details for the associated award winner talks are listed below.

Vittorio de Nora Award of The Electrochemical Society

Henry B. Linford Award for Distinguished Teaching of The Electrochemical Society

When: Tuesday, 1410-1450h Where: Aqua Salon E

Note: Professor Scully will be delivering his award address during the PRiME 2016 Meeting

Mathematical Modeling of Electrochemical Systems By Ralph E.White Ralph E. White’s scientific career has revolved around the areas of fuel cells, batteries, electrodeposition, corrosion, and propelling numerous students into the sciences. White started his career working with such notable figures as John Newman at the University of California at Berkeley, which eventually led him on a path to his current position as the Professor of Chemical Engineering and Distinguished Scientist at the University of South Carolina. White’s career at the University of South Carolina began in 1993, where he joined the staff as the Chair of the Department of Chemical Engineering, then as the Dean of the College of Engineering and Computing. In 1995, he founded the university’s Center for Electrochemical Engineering. White is a former treasurer (1990-1994) and current Fellow of ECS. He has also received the title of Fellow from the American Institute of Chemical Engineering and AAAS, and has won many international awards, including the Olin Palladium Award (2013) from ECS and the AESF Scientific Achievement Award (2000).

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John R. Scully’s teaching career began in 1990 when he joined the University of Virginia. As the current Charles Henderson Endowed Chaired Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and the co-director of the Center for Electrochemical Science and Engineering, Scully has mentored 35 PhD student, 36 MS students, 13 post-doctoral scholars, and numerous undergraduate research students and visiting scholars. Scully’s research focuses on standards of living and safety through understanding the scientific mechanisms of corrosion while preventing and protecting against corrosion phenomena. From his career with Sandia National Laboratories and the Naval Research and Development Center from 1983-1990 to his position as a visiting scientist at AT&T Bell Laboratories, Scully’s career in science has covered many topics. Among his many honors, Scully is a Fellow of ECS, National Association of Corrosion Engineers, and American Society for Metals; received the H. H. Uhlig Award from ECS, and was presented the A. B. Campbell and W. R. Whitney Awards from NACE.

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

Supramaniam Srinivasan Young Investigator Award

When: Monday, 0820-0900h Where: Aqua 310 B

When: Tuesday, 1350-1430h Where: Saphire Ballroom A

High Power Nitride Based Field Effect Transistors By Michael Shur Michael Shur has received degrees from St. Petersburg Electrochemical University and the A. F. Ioffe Institute. Currently, he is the Patricia W. and C. Roberts Professor of Solid State Electronics and the Director of the Broadband Center at the Rensselar Polytechnic Institute. Additionally, Shur is the co-founder and vice president of SET, Inc. Shur is an ECS Fellow and has been named a Fellow of many other scientific societies, including IEEE, OSA, SPIE, IET, APS, WIF, MRS,

and AAAs. His many honors and recognitions include the Tibbetts Award for technology commercialization, IEEE Donald Fink Award, IEEE Kirchmayer Award, Gold Medal of Russian Education Ministry, RPI Research Award, and many more. Shur is also a foreign member of the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences.

ECS Energy Technology Division Research Award When: Tuesday, 1530-1610h Where: Aqua Salon F Electrolytes in Advanced Electrochemical Systems for Energy Storage and Conversion By Thomas Zawodzinski Thomas Zawodzinski is currently the Governor’s Chair in Electrical Energy Conversion and Storage, with appointments in the Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Dept. at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville and at ORNL where he has continued his career trend of playing leadership roles in projects on fuel cell materials systems – including projects in the development of automotive applications, fuel cell durability, and batteries. In addition to his continuous involvement in a multitude of fuel cell programs, Zawodzinski has initiated and led programs including preparation of new electrolytes and new methods for studies of transport and electrode materials in Li batteries; self-assembled monolayers for device preparation; biosensors and chemical sensors for chemical warfare agents and simulants; artificial muscles; and electrochemical reactors. Zawodzinski is a Fellow of ECS and has published more than 200 refereed papers, a number of book chapters, holds five patents, has co-edited several books on fuel cells and related topics, and has been an active public speaker with hundreds of presentations.

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Na-M-S-O Quaternary Cathode Materials for High Voltage Sodium Batteries By Prabeer Barpanda Prabeer Barpanda is currently an assistant professor in the Materials Research Center at the Indian Institute of the Sciences, where his research focuses on solvothermal synthesis, crystal/magnetic structure, and electrochemical analysis of novel materials for secondary Li-in and Na-ion batteries. Barpanda’s scientific education took him to the National Institute of Technology Rourkela, University of Cambridge, and Rutgers University. He did his doctoral thesis work on activated carbon based supercapacitors under the supervision of Professor Glenn G. Amatucci. He then continued to pursue postdoctoral work under Professor Jean-Marie Tarascon of the Universite de Picardie Jules Verne and Professor Atsuo Yamada of the University of Tokyo. There, his research dwelled on high-voltage cathode materials for Li-ion and Na-ion batteries. Currently, Barpanda has over 60 published journal articles and several awards including ECS’s Fink Summer Fellowship and H. H. Dow Student Achievement Award.

ECS Energy Technology Division Graduate Student Award When: Tuesday, 1420-1500h Where: Indigo Ballroom A Designing Polyoxometalate-Carbon Hybrid Materials for Supercapacitor Electrodes By Matthew Genovese Matthew Genovese earned his BASc in chemical engineering from the University of Waterloo in 2012. Currently, he is a PhD candidate in materials science and engineering at the University of Toronto under the supervision of Professor Keryn Lian. Genovese’s thesis project involves developing cost effective materials and fabrication methods to improve the performance of electrochemical capacitors. His research focuses on the use of waste biomass derived carbon materials and inexpensive metal oxides for the fabrication of composite supercapacitor electrodes with improved energy density. Among his publications, Genovese’s research can be found in the Journal of The Electrochemical Society, Electrochemistry Communications, Current Opinion in Solid State and Materials Science, and the Journal of Materials Chemistry A. Additionally, he has been awarded several graduate fellowships for sustainable energy research and was the recipient of the first place poster prize at the 2013 meeting of ECS’s Canada Section. 33

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Division & Section Award Winners Division Awards

ECS Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division Student Achievement Award When: Wednesday, 0820-0900h Where: Aqua 309

Division & Section Award Winners

Engineering the Ionic Polymer Phase Surface Properties of a PEM Fuel Cell Catalyst Layer By Regis P. Dowd, Jr. Regis P. Dowd, Jr. is currently a PhD student at the University of Kansas in the Chemical and Petroleum Engineering Department, where his research focuses on electrochemical systems, including fuel cells and energy storage devices. His educational journey has taken him to both the University of Florida and Old Dominion University. During his time at the University of Florida, Dowd completed a four-term cooperative education position with the Dow Chemical Company, where he led various crossfunctional teams in manufacturing process designs as well as research and development projects in the fluid mechanics and mixing group. Dowd later joined the U.S. Navy, completing its nuclear propulsion training program to become a naval nuclear engineer. Most recently, Dowd completed an eight-month graduate research internship with the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory, focusing on solid oxide fuel cell research for optimizing a cathode infiltration technique to improve fuel cell performance and durability while lowering production costs.

ECS High Temperature Materials Division J. Bruce Wagner, Jr. Award When: Tuesday, 1140-1220h Where: Indigo Ballroom C Electrochemomechanical Coupling in Thin Films for Energy Conversion and Storage By Sean Bishop Sean Bishop’s work examines the electrical, chemical, and mechanical coupling in solid oxide fuel cell materials. Currently, he is a research associate at MIT and a visiting associate professor at Kyushu University in Japan. Bishop’s interest in solid oxide fuel cell research began while under the guidance of Professor Eric Wachsman at the University of Florida, where he wrote his dissertation on defect induced lattice dilation, known as chemical expansion, in low to intermediate temperature solid oxide fuel cell materials. After continuing his studies with Professor Harry Tuller at MIT, Bishop became an assistant professor at Kyushu University. Bishop is currently pioneering an in situ optical absorption measurement technique to examine fuel cell electrode kinetics on “natural” and chemical modified surfaces of thin films. He has also co-organized symposia at ECS conferences and is currently serving as secretary for the High Temperature Materials Division of ECS.

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ECS Nanocarbons Division SES Young Investigator Award When: Wednesday, 1000-1020h Where: Aqua 311 B Making Graphene Resist Aggregation By Jiayan Luo Jiayan Luo’s work in nanocarbons, bulk nanostructured materials assembly, and energy storage/conversion technology has led the esteemed researcher to many of the top international research institutions. Luo has spent time at Fudan University, Northwestern University, and MIT. Recently, Luo joined Tianjin University – the first modern higher education institution in China – as a professor in the School of Chemical Engineering. Luo has been the first or corresponding author of over 20 peerreview articles in the Journal of The Electrochemical Society, Nature Chemistry, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Accounts of Chemical Research, and more. Additionally, Luo has received a number of awards, including the Chinese Government 1,000 Talent Plan-Young Scientist Award (2014) and the Carbon Journal Prize for Outstanding PhD Thesis in Carbon Research.

ECS Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division Manuel M. Baizer Award When: Monday, 0820-0920h Where: Aqua 300 A Following the Lead of R. B. Woodward and M. M. Baizer: Using Concepts in Physical Organic Chemistry to Shape the Course of Electrochemical Reactions By Kevin Moeller Kevin Moeller is a dedicated researcher and teacher, focusing on the broad area of organic chemistry with a particular interest in the use of electrochemistry as a tool for contrasting complex, biologically relevant molecules, exploring the chemistry of reactive radial cations, and functionalizing the surface of microelectrode arrays in a siteselective fashion. Since joining Washington University in St. Louis in 1987, where he is currently a professor of chemistry, Moeller has taught over 4,800 students and guided 42 PhD students. In 2001, the Associated Student Union at Washington University in St. Louis named Moeller their “Faculty Member of the Year” and in the spring of 2014 he received the university’s Art and Science Council Award for Excellence in Research. Moeller has spent time at UC Santa Barbara and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, working with researchers such as Daniel Little and Barry M. Trost. Throughout his career, Moeller has authored 135 papers and presented over 160 invited lectures.

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Exhibitors Technical Exhibit

Thank you to the 229th ECS Meeting Exhibitors! The exhibitors in San Diego 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. Don’t miss the opportunity to gain face-to-face time with these industry leading companies. The Exhibit Hall will be located in Hall H of the San Diego Convention Center.

Tuesday, May 31 0800-1300h 1300-1600h 1800-2000h Wednesday, June 1 0900-1400h 0930-1000h 1130-1400h 1800-2000h Thursday, June 2 0900-1200h 0930-1000h 1200-1600h

Exhibit Hours Exhibitor Move-In Technical Exhibit Technical Exhibit; General, Student, and S3P Poster Session Technical Exhibit Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall Lunch at the Hall H Concession Stand Technical Exhibit, General and S3P Poster Session Technical Exhibit Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall Technical Exhibit Tear Down

Exhibitors ALS Co.,Ltd

ESL ElectroScience

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 (RRDE-3A), 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.

Bio-Logic USA Booths: 312, 314 & 316 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 (SP50/150/200/300) 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 scanning systems (M370 and M470 modular systems), and the MT-Lab 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.

Booth: 216 Drew Chambers dchambers@electroscience.com 416 E. Church Rd. King of Prussia, PA 19046 1.610.272.8000 USA www.electroscience.com ESL ElectroScience specializes in providing solutions to enable customers to take technologies from concept through high volume production using thick film pastes and ceramic tapes. ESL products can be found in hybrid microcircuits, multilayer microelectronics, transformers, thick film heaters, sensors, and fuel cells. For more information visit us at www.electroscience.com

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.

Gamry Instruments Booths: 415 & 417 Cynthia Schroll cschroll@gamry.com 734 Louis Drive Warminster, PA 18974 1.215.682.9330 USA www.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. (continued on next page)

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Booth: 214 Katsunobu Yamamoto Yamamoto@bas.co.jp 1-28-12, Mukojima Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-0033 Japan


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Hiden Analytical Booth: 309 Mark Buckley A N A LY T I C A L info@HidenInc.com 37699 Schoolcraft Road 1.734.542.6666 Livonia, MI 48150 Toll Free: 1.888 96 HIDEN USA www.HidenInc.com High performance mass spectrometers for precision gas analysis, surface science applications, plasma characterization and vacuum diagnostics. Showcasing systems for electrochemistry research, DEMS, reaction kinetics and surface science. Our HPR Series provides for fast response in situ determination of gaseous and volatile electrochemical reactants, reaction intermediates and products in real time.

HORIBA Scientific Booth: 205 Diane Surine Info.sci@horiba.com 3880 Park Avenue Edison, NJ 08820 1.732.494.8660 USA www.horiba.com HORIBA Scientific specializes in Glow Discharge & Raman spectrometers and their application for analysis of Li Ion batteries. Key technologies include elemental depth profile of electrodes, simultaneous measurement of all elements, including Lithium, entire depth profile of electrodes in <10 minutes, and a patented device to transfer air sensitive samples.

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Ivium Technologies Booths: 204 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.

Metrohm Booths: 215 & 217 Ritesh Vyas info@metrohmusa.com 6555 Pelican Creek Circle Riverview, FL 33578 1.813.316.4700 USA www.metrohmusa.com Metrohm’s AUTOLAB electrochemistry systems with modular and dedicated designs and advanced control software, provide a flexible foundation that can easily grow with your application needs. Options include low current, impedance, EQCM, multiplexing, high and low speed scanning, and variety of cells, electrodes and accessories for research needs.

MTI Corporation Booth: 104 Andy Huang andy@mtixtl.com 860 South 19th Street Richmond, CA 94840 USA

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.

MFC Systems Booth: 512 Mark Sholin mark@mfcsystems.com 3116 S. Mill Avenue, Suite 238 Tempe, AZ 85282 1.480.703.1130 USA www.mfcsystems.com MFC Systems is an up-and-coming potentiostat design & manufacturing company. Since 2014, our team has offered the Squidstat™ multichannel potentiostat to cost-conscious researchers studying electrochemical systems. The Squidstat is positioned among market-leading potentiostats with the best value between pricing, wide selection of current ranges, user-friendly software, and superb customer support. Prices begin below $5,000 for a 6-Amp single-channel potentiostat to under $10,000 for four-channels. Come visit our booth to demo the Squidstat and learn about how we can help you.

Princeton Applied Research / Solartron Analytical Booths: 404 & 406 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.

Pine Research Instrumentation Booths: 416 & 317 Diane White pinewire@pineinst.com 2741 Campus Walk Ave., Bldg. 100 Durham, NC 27705 1.919.782.8320 USA www.pineinst.com/echem 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 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.

1.510.525.4705 www.mtixtl.com

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Exhibitors Technical Exhibit Scribner Associates, Inc.

Verder Scientific

Booth: 516 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.

Tektronix, Inc.

1.503.627.5050 www.tektronix.com

Get a hands-on demo of the revolutionary new Keithley Touchscreen Potentiostats, a breakthrough in intuitive measurement. See how the 2450-EC and 2460-EC Electrochemistry Lab Systems automatically plot voltammograms using built-in cyclic voltammetry test scripts. Visit our exhibit and speak with measurement experts from Keithley Instruments, a Tektronix Company.

Thermo Fisher Scientific Booth: 315 Kimberly A. Hughes kimberly.hughes@thermofisher.com 5225 Verona Road, Building 4 Madison, WI 53711 USA

1.608.273.6893 www.thermoscientific.com

Thermo Fisher Scientific is committed to help answer questions in materials science research. Techniques like Raman, FT-IR and XPS enable our customers to find answers to complex questions in the laboratory. Intuitive workflows, targeted applications, and applied solutions are designed to address many segments including automotive materials and Li-Ion batteries.

Vacuum Technology Inc. Booth: 116 Yuling Cai sam.cai@vti-glovebox.com 15 Great Republic Drive, Unit 4 Gloucester, MA 01930 USA

1.510.333.6502 www.vti-glovebox.com

1.267.757.0351 www.Verder-Scientific.com

Verder Scientific, Inc. sets the standards in high-tech scientific equipment for quality control, research, and development. The company manufactures and supplies laboratory instruments for sample preparation and heat treatment of solid materials. Comprised of the Retsch and Carbolite product brands, Verder Scientific, Inc. is the market leader in sample preparation and treatment.

WildCat Discovery Technologies Booth: 413 Jon Jacobs jjacobs@wildcatdiscovery.com 6985 Flanders Drive 1.858.550.1980 ex. 114 San Diego, California 92121 USA www.wildcatdiscovery.com Wildcat uses proprietary high throughput technology to accelerate battery R&D for others. Wildcat’s customers include material suppliers, cell makers, and OEM’s in the automotive, electronics, medical, and military industries.   Wildcat’s accelerated approach reduces R&D costs and gets better battery products to market faster; cathodes, anodes, electrolytes, synthetic methods and formulations are all possible.

Xergy Booth: 105 Cary Zachary cary.zachary@xergyinc.com 105 Park Avenue Seaford, DE 19973 USA

Exhibitors

Booth: 414 Debbie Van Velkinburgh Debbie.vanvelkinburgh@tektronix.com 14150 SW Karl Braun Drive Beaverton, Oregon 97077 USA

Booth: 304 Erin Lorensini info@Verder-Scientific.com 11 Penns Trail Suite 300 Newtown, PA 18940 USA

1.302.544.2382 www.xergyinc.com

Xergy is a leading supplier of ion exchange membranes. Our XION® ion exchange membranes & XICAT® catalyst coated membranes are produced in our commercial production facility. This capability supports our internal manufacture of electrochemical compressors and dehumidifiers. We also manufacture membranes and membrane assemblies for our clientele for their applications with fuel cells, sensors, electrolyzers, etc.

Zahner-electrik GmbH Booth: 117 Dr. Hans Schäfer hjs@zahner.de Thueringer Str. 12 D-96317 Kronach Germany

+49.9261.962119.0 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.

Based in Gloucester, Massachusetts, Vacuum Technology Inc. builds and services the glove box needs of educational and industrial clients worldwide by integrating best –in-class components sourced from Europe, Asia, UK and the USA. Along with standard offerings, we proudly highlight our engineering talent and customer centric customization shop

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Sponsors General Meeting Sponsors

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Sponsors Symposia Sponsors

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Lam Research Corporation D04 – Plasma and Thermal Processes for Materials Modification, Synthesis and Processing

B01 – Carbon Nanostructures for Energy Conversion B06 – Graphene and Beyond: 2D Materials BRONZE

BMW Group

NKT Photonics

Samsung R&D Institute Japan

Princeton Instruments B02 – Carbon Nanostructures in Medicine and Biology

Honda Research Institute USA B03 – Carbon Nanotubes – From Fundamentals to Devices

AIXTRON Air Liquide IBM Qualcomm

SPTS Technologies Ltd D04 – Plasma and Thermal Processes for Materials Modification, Synthesis and Processing

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A02 – Future and Present Advanced Lithium Batteries and Beyond – A Symposium in the Honor of Prof. Bruno Scrosati

ESL Electro-Science M01 – Sensors, Actuators, and Microsystems General Session

G02 – Silicon Compatible Materials, Processes, and Technologies for Advanced Integrated Circuits and Emerging Applications 6 Other Societies

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ECS Community Editorial Boards Electrochemical Science & Technology (EST) Editor: Robert Savinell

Solid State Science & Technology (SSST) Editor: Dennis W. Hess

Technical Editors and Topica Interest Areas Doron Aurbach, Batteries and Energy Storage Gerald S. Frankel, Corrosion Science and Technology Thomas F. Fuller, Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers, and Energy Conversion Charles L. Hussey, Electrochemical/Electroless Deposition Shelley D. Minteer, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry Rangachary Mukundan, Sensors Dennis G. Peters, Organic and Bioelectrochemistry John Weidner, Electrochemical Engineering

Technical Editors and Topical Interest Areas Jennifer A. Bardwell, Electronic Materials and Processing Stefan De Gendt Dielectric Science and Materials Francis D’Souza, Carbon Nanostructures and Devices Kailash C. Mishra, Luminescence and Display Materials, Devices, and Processing Fan Ren, Electronic and Photonic Devices and Systems

Associate Editors Thierry Brousse, Batteries and Energy Storage Raymond J. Gorte, Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers, and Energy Conversion Takayuki Homma, Electrochemical/Electroless Deposition Boryann Liaw, Batteries and Energy Storage Scott Lillard, Corrosion Science and Technology Stephen Maldonado, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry Paul M. Natishan, Corrosion Science and Technology Thomas J. Schmidt, Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers, and Energy Conversion Venkat Srinivasan, Batteries and Energy Storage Nae-Lih (Nick) Wu, Batteries and Energy Storage

ECS Transactions Editor: Jeffrey W. Fergus

Associate Editor George Celler, Electronic Materials and Processing AND Electronic and Photonic Devices and Systems

ECST Editorial Advisory Board Marca Doeff, Battery Division Dev Chidambaram, Corrosion Division Zhi (David) Chen, Dielectric Science and Technology Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy, Electrodeposition Division D. Noel Buckley, Electronics and Photonics Division James M. Fenton, Energy Technology Division Cortney Kreller, High Temperature Materials John Harb, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Kailash Mishra, Luminescence and Display Materials Division Bruce Weisman, Nanocarbons Division James Burgess, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division Petr Vanýsek, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Dong-Joo Kim, Sensor Division Interface Co-Editors: Vijay Ramani and Petr Vanýsek

ECS Division Officers Battery Robert Kostecki, Chair Christopher Johnson, Vice-Chair Marca Doeff, Secretary Shirley Meng, Treasurer Corrosion Rudolph Buchheit, Chair Sannakaisa Virtanen, Vice-Chair Masayuki Itagaki, Secretary/Treasurer Dielectric Science and Technology Dolf Landheer, Chair Yaw Obeng, Vice-Chair Vimal Chaitanya, Secretary Purushothaman Srinivasan, Treasurer

ECS Community

Electrodeposition Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy, Chair Stanko Brankovic, Vice-Chair Philippe Vereecken, Secretary Natasa Vasiljevic, Treasurer

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Electronics and Photonics Mark Overberg, Chair Colm O’Dwyer, Vice-Chair Junichi, Murota, 2nd Vice-Chair Soohwan Jang, Secretary Yu-Lin Wang, Treasurer Energy Technology Scott Calabrese Barton, Chair Andy Herring, Vice-Chair Vaidyanathan Subramanian, Secretary William Mustain, Treasurer High Temperature Materials Turgut Gür, Chair Greg Jackson, Jr.Vice-Chair Paul Gannon, Vice-Chair Sean Bishop, Secretary/ Treasurer Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Venkat Subramanian, Chair Douglas Riemer, Vice-Chair John Staser, Secretary/Treasurer

Luminescence and Display Materials Madis Raukas, Chair Mikhail Brik, Vice-Chair Nanocarbons R. Bruce Weisman, Chair Slava Rotkin, Vice-Chair Hiroshi Imahori, Secretary Dirk Guldi, Treasurer Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Mekki Bayachou, Chair Graham Cheek, Vice-Chair Diane Smith, Secretary/Treasurer Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Pawel Kulesza, Chair Alice Suroviec, Vice-Chair Petr Vanýsek, Secretary Robert Calhoun, Treasurer Sensor Bryan Chin, Chair Nianqiang Wu, Vice-Chair Ajit Khosla, Secretary Jessica Koehne, Treasurer Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


ECS Community ECS Sections Israel Section – Daniel Mandler, Chair Japan Section – Hiroshi Nishihara, Chair Korea Section – Yung-Eun Sung, Chair Mexico Section – Ignacio Gonzalez, Chair National Capital Section – Eric Wachsman, Chair New England Section – Sanjeev Mukerjee, Chair Pittsburgh Section – Clifford Walton, Chair San Francisco Section – Wei Tong, Chair Taiwan Section – Cheng-Lun Wang, Chair Texas Section – Harovel Wheat, Chair Twin Cities Section – Vincent Chevrier, Chair

Arizona Section – Candace Chan, Chair Brazil Section – Luis Frederico Dick, Chair Canada Section – Michael Eikerling, Chair Chicago Section – Alan, Zdunek, Chair Chile Section – Jose Zagal, Chair China Section – Zi Feng MA, Chair Cleveland Section – Irina Serebrennikova, Chair Detroit Section – Stephen Maldonado, Chair Europe Section – Enrico Traversa, Chair Georgia Section – Peter Hesketh, Chair India Section – Kallarackel Jacob, Chair

ECS Student Chapters Student Chapter (Year Founded) Atlanta Student Chapter at Georgia Tech (2008) Auburn University (2007) Belgium (2015) Boston (2009) Northeastern University Harvard University MIT British Columbia University (2013) Brno University of Technology (2006) Calgary (2011) California State University-Fullerton (2012) Central Illinois (2008) Clemson University (2014) ECS Cleveland Section and Ernest B. Yeager Center for Electrochemical Sciences Joint Student Chapter (2005) Colorado School of Mines (2012) Drexel University (2012) Illinois Institute of Technology (2015) Indiana University (2012) Kerala, India at CUSAT (2008) Lahore, Pakistan (2008) Lewis University (2015) Montana State University (2013) Montreal (2010) Munich (2015) New Mexico State University (2015)

Peter J. Hesketh Jeffrey Fergus Stefan De Gendt Philippe Vereecken Eugene Smotkin

Dan Bizzotto Jiri Vondrak Viola Birss John Haan Andrzej Wieckowski Stephen Creager James D. Burgess Andrew Herring Yury Gogotsi Ekaterina Pomerantseva Vijay Ramani Adam Hock Lane Baker Dennis Peters M. K. Jayaraj Inam Ul Haque Jason J. Keleher Paul Gannon Ryan Anderson Steen B. Schougaard Hubert Gasteiger Vimal Chaitanya Hongmei Luo Pedro Moss Ann Mari Svensson Anne Co Gerardine Botte

Student Chapter (Year Founded) Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (2013) Research Triangle Student Chapter (2013) Duke University NC State UNC - Chapel Hill South Brazilian (Univ. Fed. do Rio Grande do Sul) (2010) SRM University (2013)

Faculty Advisor Daniel Lewis David Duquette Jeffrey Glass (Duke)

Luis Frederico P. Dick

Ranjit Thapa Bhalchandra Kakade Tel Aviv University (2009) Eliezer Gileadi Yosi Shacham-Diamand Tyndall National Institute (2012) Alan O’Riordan U.K. Northwest (2015) Laurence Hardwick University of Arkansas (2014) Rick Wise Ingrid Fritsch University of California – Berkeley (2006) Bryan McCloskey University of California – Los Angeles (2015) Sarah Tolbert University of California – Riverside (2011) Alexander Balandin University of California – San Diego (2014) Shirley Meng University of Central Florida (2000) Kalpathy Sundaram University of Cincinnati (2007) Marc Cahay University of Florida (2005) Mark Orazem University of Iowa (2014) Johna Leddy University of Kentucky (2014) Mona Shirpour University of Maryland (2011) Eric Wachsman University of Nevada – Reno (2014) Dev Chidambaram University of Pittsburgh (2014) Prasanth Kumta University of South Carolina (2010) Xiao-dong Zhou University of St Andrews (2015) John T. S. Irvine University of Tartu (2013) Kaido Tammeveski University of Texas at Austin (2006) Ram Manthiram University of Texas at Dallas (2012) Moon Kim University of Utah (2015) Shelley Minteer Henry White University of Virginia (2006) Giovanni Zangari Valley of the Sun (Central Arizona) (2013) Candace Chan

ECS Community

North Florida (2014) Norwegian University of Science and Technology (2014) Ohio State University (2006) Ohio University (2011)

Faculty Advisor

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ECS Community 2015-2016 ECS Committees and Subcommittees Executive Committee of the Board of Directors

Fan Ren

Spring 2016

Daniel Scherson, Chair

Spring 2016

Vijay Ramani

Spring 2017

Krishnan Rajeshwar

Spring 2016

Pawel Kulesza

Spring 2017

Johna Leddy

Spring 2017

Takayuki Homma

Spring 2018

Yue Kuo

Spring 2018

Francis Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Souza

Spring 2018

Hariklia Deligianni

Spring 2016

Joseph Stetter

Spring 2019

E. Jennings Taylor

Spring 2018

Rohan Akolkar

Spring 2019

Roque Calvo

Executive Director, Term as ED

Board of Directors, Presidential Appointment Stuart Swirson

Spring 2016 Immediate Past President, Spring 2016

Krishnan Rajeshwar

Senior Vice-President, Spring 2016

Daniel Scherson E. Jennings Taylor Stuart Swirson

Spring 2019

Daniel Scherson

Audit Committee Paul Kohl, Chair

R. Bruce Weisman

President, Spring 2016

Individual Membership Committee Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy, Chair

Spring 2017

Kevin Rhodes

Spring 2016

Wataru Sugimoto

Spring 2016

President Spring 2016

Thomas Schmidt

Spring 2017

Treasurer, Spring 2018

William Mustain

Spring 2017

Giovanni Zangari

Spring 2018

Nonprofit Financial Professional, Spring 2016

Education Committee

Jordi Cabana

Spring 2018

Mark Orazem, Chair

Spring 2017

Hariklia Deligianni

Kalpathy Sundaram

Spring 2016

Nominating Committee

Jeffry Kelber

Spring 2016

Paul Kohl, Chair

Douglas Hansen

Spring 2017

Gerardine Botte

Spring 2016

A. Robert Hillman

Spring 2017

Dennis Hess

Spring 2016

James NoĂŤl

Spring 2018

John Stickney

Vimal Chaitanya

Spring 2018

Yue Kuo

Anne Co

Spring 2019

Sponsorship Committee

Enn Lust

Spring 2019

Christina Bock, Chair

Spring 2016

Yue Kuo

Secretary, Spring 2016 Immediate Past President, Spring 2016

Spring 2016 Third Vice-President, Spring 2016

Third Vice-President, Spring 2016

Bruno Scrosati

Spring 2016

Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy Chair, Individual Membership Committee, Spring 2017

Yukinari Kotani

Spring 2016

Ethical Standards Committee

Soo-Gil Park

Spring 2016

Paul Kohl, Chair

Immediate Past President, Spring 2016

Hubert Gasteiger

Spring 2017

William Brown

Past Officer, Spring 2016

Fred Roozeboom

Spring 2017

Jan Talbot

Past Officer, Spring 2017

Prasanth Nammalwar

Spring 2017

Fernando Garzon

Past Officer, Spring 2018

Kohei Uosaki

Spring 2018

Hariklia Deligianni

Secretary, Spring 2016

Iwona Rutkowska

Spring 2018

Shirley Meng

Spring 2018

Finance Committee Treasurer, Spring 2018

Daniel Scherson

President, Spring 2016

Jean St-Pierre

E. Jennings Taylor, Chair

Spring 2016

E. Jennings Taylor

Treasurer, Spring 2018

William Eggers

Spring 2016

Roque Calvo

Mark Verbrugge

Spring 2017

Technical Affairs Committee

Robert Mantz

Spring 2017

Krishnan Rajeshwar, Chair

Krishnan Rajeshwar Hariklia Deligianni

Senior Vice-President, Spring 2016 Secretary, Spring 2016

ECS Community

Honors and Awards Committee

Daniel Scherson Paul Kohl

Senior Vice-President, Spring 2016 President, Spring 2016 Immediate Past President, Spring 2016

Tetsuya Osaka

Second Immediate Past President, Spring 2016 Chair, Publications Subcommittee, Spring 2016

Peter Fedkiw, Chair

Spring 2019

Johna Leddy

Jean St-Pierre

Spring 2016

Yue Kuo

Durga Misra

Spring 2016

Eric Wachsman

Marca Doeff

Spring 2018

Enrico Traversa

Spring 2017

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Executive Director, Term as ED

Chair, Meetings Subcommittee, Spring 2016 Chair, Interdis. Sci. & Tech. Subcom., Spring 2016

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ECS Community 2015-2016 ECS Committees and Subcommittees Tellers of Election Craig Arnold, Chair

Spring 2016

James Amick

Spring 2016

Norman Goldsmith

Spring 2016

Robert Comizzoli

Spring 2016

Ronald Enstrom

Spring 2016

William Ayers

Spring 2016

Ways and Means Committee Hariklia Deligianni, Chair

Secretary, Spring 2016

James Fenton

Spring 2016

Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy

Spring 2016

Venkat Subramanian

Spring 2017

R. Bruce Weisman Johna Leddy Krishnan Rajeshwar

Spring 2017 Second Vice-President, Spring 2016 Senior Vice-President, Spring 2016

Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee of the Technical Affairs Committee Eric Wachsman, Chair

HTM, Spring 2016

Arumugam Manthiram

BATT, Spring 2016

Patrik Schmuki,

CORR, Spring 2016

Hariklia Deligianni

ELDP, Spring 2016

Phaedon Avouris

NANO, Spring 2016

James Burgess

OBE, Spring 2017

Madis Raukas

LDM, Spring 2017

Colm O’Dwyer,

EPD, Spring 2017

Sri Narayan

ETD, Spring 2017

Yaw Obeng,

DST, Spring 2018

Gerardine Botte

IEEE, Spring 2018

Rangachary Mukundan

SENS, Spring 2018

Andrew Hillier,

PAED, Spring 2018

Publications Subcommittee of the Technical Affairs Committee

Symposium Planning Advisory Board of the Technical Affairs Committee

Johna Leddy, Chair

Yue Kuo, Chair

Second Vice-President, Spring 2016

Mary Yess

Publisher Term as Pub

Robert Savinell

EST Board Chair, 5/31/2017

Dennis Hess

SSST Board Chair, 12/31/2016

Spring 2016

Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy

Fall 2017

Turgut Gür

Fall 2017

Madis Raukas

Fall 2017

Petr Vanýsek

Interface Editor, 5/31/2017

Dolf Landheer

Vijay Ramani

Interface Editor, 5/31/2017

Bruce Weisman

Spring 2016

Venkat Subramanian

Spring 2016 Spring 2016

Jeffrey Fergus

ECS Transactions Editor, 12/31/2017

Spring 2016

John Flake

Spring 2016

Eric Wachsman

Csaba Janaky

Spring 2016

Robert Kostecki

Fall 2016

David Cliffel

Spring 2017

Rudolph Buchheit

Fall 2016

Yue Kuo

Spring 2017

Bryan Chin

Fall 2016

Mark Overberg

Spring 2017

Meetings Subcommittee of of the Technical Affairs Committee

Scott Calabrese Barton

Spring 2017

Yue Kuo, Chair

Mekki Bayachou

Spring 2017 Spring 2017

Hariklia Deligianni

Secretary, Spring 2016 Third Vice-President, Spring 2016

Krishnan Rajeshwar

Spring 2017

Pawel Kulesza

Bor Yann Liaw

Spring 2016

Society Historian

Adam Weber

Spring 2016

Zoltan Nagy

Pawel Kulesza

Spring 2017

American Association for the Advancement of Science

Roque Calvo Executive Director, Term as ED Low Temperature Fuel Cells Coordinating Committee of the Technical Affairs Committee Hubert Gasteiger, Chair Spring 2016 Spring 2016

Thomas Fuller

Spring 2016

Eric Wachsman

Spring 2017

Prashant Kamat

Spring 2017

Thomas Zawodzinski

Spring 2018

James Fenton

Spring 2018

Claude Lamy

Spring 2019

Adam Weber

Spring 2019

Ernesto Gonzalez

Spring 2020

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Roque Calvo

Executive Director, Term as ED

Chemical Heritage Foundation Yury Gogotsi

Spring 2018

National Inventors Hall of Fame Peter Fedkiw

Chair, Honors & Awards Committee, Spring 2019

External Relations Representative Mark Orazem

Spring 2016

ECS Community

Trung Nguyen

Spring 2017

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Symposium Topics & Organizers

Symposium Topics and Organizers A — Batteries and Energy Storage A01 — Joint General Session: Batteries and Energy Storage -and- Fuel Cells, Electrolytes, and Energy S. R. Narayanan, R. Kostecki, A. Manivannan Energy Technology, Battery A02 —Future and Present Advanced Lithium Batteries and Beyond – a Symposium in the Honor of Prof. Bruno Scrosati V. Di Noto, S. Passerini, R. Kostecki Battery, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry A03 —Large-Scale Energy Storage 7 S. R. Narayan, S. Mukerjee, C. Johnson, J. St-Pierre Energy Technology, Battery A04 — Battery Modeling and Computation S. Meng, S. P. Ong,Y. Qi Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering A05 — Electrochemistry and Batteries for Safe and Low-cost Energy Storage J. Xiao,Y.Yao,T. Nguyen,V. Kalra, P. Liu, J.Wu B — Carbon Nanostructures and Devices B01 — Carbon Nanostructures for Energy Conversion J. Blackburn, M. Arnold, S. Doorn Battery, Energy Technology, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Nanocarbons, Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry B02 — Carbon Nanostructures in Medicine and Biology T. Da Ros, L.Wilson, D. Heller Nanocarbons B03 — Carbon Nanotubes - From Fundamentals to Devices S. Doorn,Y. Gogotsi, S.V. Rotkin, R. B.Weisman, M. Zheng, P. Kulesza Nanocarbons, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

D04— Plasma and Thermal Processes for Materials Modification, Synthesis and Processing S.Vaddiraju, D. Hess, M. Carter, U. Cvelbar, P. Mascher, M. Engelhardt, O. Leonte Dielectric Science and Technology, High Temperature Materials, Sensor E — Electrochemical/Electroless Deposition E01 — Electrophoretic Deposition J.Talbot, J. Dickerson Electrodeposition E02 — Three-Dimensional Electrodeposition and Electroless Deposition D. Robinson,V. Ramani Electrodeposition, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering F — Electrochemical Engineering F01 — Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering General Session J. Staser, D. Riemer Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering G — Electronic Materials and Processing G01

More-than-Moore 3 Y. Obeng, G. Banerjee, S. Datta, P. Hesketh, T. Hiramoto, P. Srinivasan, A. Hoff Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology, Sensor CD/USB

G02 — Silicon Compatible Materials, Processes, and Technologies for Advanced Integrated Circuits and Emerging Applications 6 F. Roozeboom, P. J.Timans, E. P. Gusev,V. Narayanan, K. Kakushima, Z. Karim, S. De Gendt Electronics and Photonics CD/USB H — Electronic and Photonic Devices and Systems H01 — Wide Bandgap Semiconductor Materials and Devices 17 J. Zavada,V. Chakrapani, S. Jang,T. Anderson, J. Hite Electronics and Photonics CD/USB

B04 — Endofullerenes and Carbon Nanocapsules S.Yang,T. Akasaka, A. Balch, L. Echegoyen Nanocarbons

H02 — Solid-State Electronics and Photonics in Biology and Medicine 3 Y.-L.Wang, A. Hoff, L. Marsal, M. Deen, Z. Aguilar, C.-T. Lin, Z.-H. Lin Electronics and Photonics, Sensor CD/USB

B05 — Fullerenes - Chemical Functionalization, Electron Transfer, and Theory D. GuldI, F. D’Souza, N. Martin Nanocarbons

H03 — Properties and Applications of 2-Dimensional Layered Materials L.-J. Li, J.-H. He, D. Lau, J. Robinson, R. Martel, C. O’Dwyer, D. Landheer Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology, Nanocarbons

B06 — Graphene and Beyond: 2D Materials M. Arnold, H. Grebel, A. Hirsch, R. Martel,Y. Obeng Nanocarbons, Dielectric Science and Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

I — Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers, and Energy Conversion

B07 — Inorganic/Organic Nanohybrids for Energy Conversion H. Imahori, P. Kamat Nanocarbons, Energy Technology

I01 — State-of-the-Art Invited Tutorials on Model/Experiment Coupling in Low Temperature Fuel Cells A.Weber,T. Zawodzinski,V. Ramani, P. Atanassov Energy Technology, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

B08 — Porphyrins, Phthalocyanines, and Supramolecular Assemblies K. Kadish, R. Paolesse, N. Solladie,T.Torres Nanocarbons

I02 — Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics 10 M. Mogensen,T. Kawada,T. Armstrong,T. Gur, X.-D. Zhou, A. Manivannan High Temperature Materials, Energy Technology CD/USB

B09 — Engineering Carbon Hybrids - Carbon Electronics 2 R. Martinez-Duarte, A. Hoff, M. Madou, R. Martel, C.Wang, D. Landheer, M. Carter, R. Kostecki, O. Leonte Dielectric Science and Technology, Battery, Electronics and Photonics, Nanocarbons, Sensor CD/USB

I03 — Hydrogen and Oxygen Evolution Catalysis for Water Electrolysis 2 H. Xu,Y. S.-Horn,V. Ramani, P. Kulesza Energy Technology, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

C — Corrosion Science and Technology C01 — Corrosion General Session R. Buchheit, S.Virtanen Corrosion D — Dielectric Science and Materials D01 — Dielectrics for Nanosystems 7: Materials Science, Processing, Reliability, and Manufacturing -and- Solid State Topics General Session D. Misra, K. Sundaram, H. Iwai,T. Chikyo,Y. Obeng, Z. Chen, D. Bauza, O. Leonte, K. Shimamura Dielectric Science and Technology, Electronics and Photonics, Energy Technology, Luminescence and Display Materials, Nanocarbons, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Sensor CD/USB D02 — Chemical Mechanical Polishing 14 R. Rhoades, G. Banerjee, G. B. Basim, D. Huang,Y. Obeng Dielectric Science and Technology

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I04 — Mechano-Electro-Chemical Coupling in Energy Related Materials and Devices 2 S. Bishop, P. Mukherjee,Y.-T. Cheng, J. Rupp High Temperature Materials, Battery, Energy Technology I05 — Heterogeneous Functional Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage W. Chiu, F. Chen, A. Herring, D. Chu, S. Gopalan,T. Markus, P. Masset K — Organic and Bioelectrochemistry K01 — 12th Manual M. Baizer Memorial Symposium on Organic Electrochemistry D. Peters Organic and Biological Electrochemistry K02 — Bioelectrochemistry: Analysis and Fundamental Studies M. Bayachou, A. Simonian, A. Suroviec Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Sensor

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L — Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry L01 — Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry General Session A. Suroviec, P. Kulesza Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry L02 — Electrocatalysis 8 M. Shao, G. Brisard Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry L03 — Biological Fuel Cells 7 S. C. Barton, S. Minteer, P. Atanassov Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Energy Technology L06 — Ionic Liquids as Electrolytes S. Paddison,V. Di Noto Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry L07 — Renewable Fuels via Artificial Photosynthesis or Electrolysis N.Wu, D. Chu, H. Dinh, E. Miller,V. Subramanian, A. Manivannan, P. Kulesza, H.Wang, J. J. Lee Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Sensor M — Sensors M01 —Sensors, Actuators, and Microsystems General Session N.Wu, M. Carter, D.-J. Kim, R.-I. Stefan-van Staden, S. Mitra, L. Soleymani Sensor

Z — General Topics Z01 —General Society Student Poster Session V. Subramanian,V. Chaitanya, K. Sundaram, P. Pharkya All Divisions Z02 —Nanotechnology General Session featuring Nanoscale Luminescent Materials 4 O. Leonte, P. Mascher, C. Bock, J. Koehne, Z. Chen, D. Lockwood All Divisions, Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee Z03 —Grand Challenges in Energy Conversion and Storage D. Sadoway,Y. Fukunaka, R. Mukundan,T. Moffat, S. Meng, D. Scherson, G. Zangari, F. Prinz, M. Sunkara Electrodeposition, Energy Technology, High Temperature Materials, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Z05 —Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing G. Botte, S. R. Narayanan, E.Taylor, A. Manthiram, J. Stickney, K. Ayers, G. Banerjee All Divisions, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Z06 —Modeling: From Elucidation of Physical Phenomena to Applications in Design M. Orazem, J. Leddy,T. Nguyen, J. Harb All ECS Divisions, International Society of Electrochemistry Z07 —Science for Solving Society’s Problems (S3P) Challenge: Grant Winner Posters ECS

M02 —Medical and Point-of-Care Sensors A. Simonian, B. Chin, R.-I. Stefan-van Staden, M.Yasuzawa Sensor

ECS Transactions – Forthcoming Issues Issues of ECS Transactions (ECST) for symposia with titles in bold in the list above may be pre-ordered and picked up at the meeting. Each of these issues will be distributed in a single package that will contain identical content on both a compact disc and a USB drive ( CD/USB ). These issues can also be purchased online through the ECS Online Store (www.electrochem. org/online-store) as full-issue PDF files or individual article PDF files via the ECS Digital Library (http://ecst.ecsdl.org/) ( ) beginning on May 20, 2016. ECS will begin publishing papers in the ECST issues for the remaining symposia approximately 4 weeks after the San Diego meeting. These issues and individual articles will be available as PDFs only. If you would like to receive information on any of these issues when they become available, please sign up for the eTOC alerts by visiting www.ecsdl.org/site/misc/alerts.xhtml..

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Abst 9-20 Indigo Ballroom A, 2nd Floor Abst 21-32 Indigo Ballroom E, 2nd Floor

Abst 33-39 Indigo Ballroom A, 2nd Floor Abst 40-46 Indigo Ballroom E, 2nd Floor

Abst 226-237 Sapphire Ballroom A, 4th Floor

Abst 239-250 Sapphire Ballroom A, 4th Floor

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Joint General Session: Batteries and Energy Storage -and- Fuel Cells, Electrolytes, and Energy S. R. Narayanan, R. Kostecki, A. Manivannan Energy Technology, Battery

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Future and Present Advanced Lithium Batteries and Beyond â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a Symposium in the Honor of Prof. Bruno Scrosati V. Di Noto, S. Passerini, R. Kostecki Battery, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

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Large-Scale Energy Storage 7 S. R. Narayan, S. Mukerjee, C. Johnson, J. St-Pierre Energy Technology, Battery

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Battery Modeling and Computation S. Meng, S. P. Ong,Y. Qi Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

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Electrochemistry and Batteries for Safe and Lowcost Energy Storage J. Xiao,Y.Yao, T. Nguyen,V. Kalra, P. Liu, J. Wu Battery, Energy Technology, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

Abst 455-464 Indigo Ballroom B, 2nd Floor

Abst 465-472 Abst 473 Indigo Ballroom B, 2nd Floor

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Carbon Nanostructures for Energy Conversion J. Blackburn, M. Arnold, S. Doorn Nanocarbons, Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

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Carbon Nanostructures in Medicine and Biology T. Da Ros, L. Wilson, D. Heller Nanocarbons

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Carbon Nanotubes - From Fundamentals to Devices S. Doorn,Y. Gogotsi, S.V. Rotkin, R. B. Weisman, M. Zheng, P. Kulesza Nanocarbons, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

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Endofullerenes and Carbon Nanocapsules S.Yang, T. Akasaka, A. Balch, L. Echegoyen Nanocarbons

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Abst 98-107 Indigo Ballroom A, 2nd Floor Abst 85-97 Indigo Ballroom E, 2nd Floor

Abst 108-118 Indigo Ballroom A, 2nd Floor Abst 119-128 Indigo Ballroom E, 2nd Floor Posters 129-188 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 198-206 Indigo Ballroom A, 2nd Floor Abst 189-197 Indigo Ballroom E, 2nd Floor

Abst 216-225 Indigo Ballroom A, 2nd Floor Abst 207-215 Indigo Ballroom E, 2nd Floor

Abst 257-269 Sapphire Ballroom A, 4th Floor

Abst 270 Abst 271-275 Sapphire Ballroom A, 4th Floor Posters 276-325 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 326-338 Sapphire Ballroom A, 4th Floor

Abst 339-349 Sapphire Ballroom A, 4th Floor

Abst 350-362 Sapphire Ballroom A, 4th Floor

Abst 363-373 Sapphire Ballroom A, 4th Floor

Abst 374-385 Aqua 300 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 386-397 Aqua 300 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 646-650 Abst 651-655 Aqua 313, 3rd Floor Posters 656-661 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 662-667 Abst 668-672 Aqua 313, 3rd Floor

Abst 673-680 Aqua 313, 3rd Floor

Abst 681-686 Aqua 311 B, 3rd Floor Posters 687-688 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 689-693 Abst 694-699 Aqua 311 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 700-704 Abst 705-709 Aqua 311 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 412-422 Indigo 202 A, 2nd Floor

Posters 423-431 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 432-441 Indigo 202 A, 2nd Floor

Abst 442-454 Indigo 202 A, 2nd Floor

Abst 474-483 Indigo Ballroom B, 2nd Floor

Abst 484-491 Indigo Ballroom B, 2nd Floor

Abst 492-502 Indigo Ballroom B, 2nd Floor

Posters 503-540 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 570-576 Aqua 313, 3rd Floor

Abst 609-613 Abst 614-619 Aqua 311 A, 3rd Floor

Posters 577-590 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 620-622 Aqua 311 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 626-634 Aqua 313, 3rd Floor

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

Posters 623-625 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 635-639 Abst 640-645 Aqua 313, 3rd Floor

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229th ECS Meeting l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA Sunday, May 29

Code Technical Symposium B05

Fullerenes - Chemical Functionalization, Electron Transfer, and Theory D. GuldI, F. D’Souza, N. Martin Nanocarbons

B06

Graphene and Beyond: 2D Materials M. Arnold, H. Grebel, A. Hirsch, R. Martel,Y. Obeng Nanocarbons, Dielectric Science and Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

B07

Inorganic/Organic Nanohybrids for Energy Conversion H. Imahori, P. Kamat Nanocarbons, Energy Technology

B08

Porphyrins, Phthalocyanines, and Supramolecular Assemblies K. Kadish, R. Paolesse, N. Solladie, T. Torres Nanocarbons

B09

Engineering Carbon Hybrids Carbon Electronics 2 R. Martinez-Duarte, A. Hoff, M. Madou, R. Martel, C. Wang, D. Landheer, M. Carter, R. Kostecki, O. Leonte Dielectric Science and Technology, Battery, Electronics and Photonics, Nanocarbons, Sensor

C01

Corrosion General Session R. Buchheit, S.Virtanen Corrosion

D01

Dielectrics for Nanosystems 7: Materials Science, Processing, Reliability, and Manufacturing -and- Solid State Topics General Session D. Misra, K. Sundaram, H. Iwai, T. Chikyo,Y. Obeng, Z. Chen, D. Bauza, O. Leonte, K. Shimamura Dielectric Science and Technology, Electronics and Photonics, Energy Technology, Luminescence and Display Materials, Nanocarbons, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Sensor

D02

Chemical Mechanical Polishing 14 R. Rhoades, G. Banerjee, G. B. Basim, D. Huang,Y. Obeng Dielectric Science and Technology

50

AM

Monday, May 30

PM

AM

PM

Abst 787-791 Abst 792-797 Aqua 314, 3rd Floor

Abst 798-802 Abst 803-808 Aqua 314, 3rd Floor

Abst 809-812 Aqua 314, 3rd Floor

Abst 819 Aqua 314, 3rd Floor

Abst 888-891 Abst 892-897 Aqua 311 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 898-904 Aqua 311 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 983-986 Abst 987-991 Sapphire 410 A, 4th Floor

Abst 992-995 Sapphire 410 A, 4th Floor

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


229th ECS Meeting l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA Tuesday, May 31 AM

Wednesday, June 1

Thursday, June 2

PM

AM

PM

AM

PM

Abst 710-712 Aqua 311 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 713-723 Aqua 311 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 724-734 Aqua 311 A, 3rd Floor Posters 735-736 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 737-742 Aqua 311 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 743-747 Abst 748 Abst 749-753 Aqua 311 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 754-758 Aqua 311 B, 3rd Floor Posters 759-770 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 771-775 Aqua 311 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 776-780 Abst 781-786 Aqua 311 A, 3rd Floor

Posters 814-818 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 820-831 Aqua 314, 3rd Floor

Abst 832-837 Aqua 314, 3rd Floor

Abst 905-909 Abst 910-915 Aqua 311 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 916-921 Aqua 311 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 996-1003 Sapphire 410 A, 4th Floor

Abst 1004-1007 Sapphire 410 A, 4th Floor

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

Abst 838-842 Abst 843-849 Aqua 314, 3rd Floor

Abst 850-854 Abst 855-860 Aqua 314, 3rd Floor Posters 861-863 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 864-875 Aqua 314, 3rd Floor

Abst 876-887 Aqua 314, 3rd Floor

Abst 922-934 Indigo 204 B, 2nd Floor

Abst 935-941 Abst 942-947 Indigo 204 B, 2nd Floor Posters 948-957 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 958-970 Indigo 204 B, 2nd Floor

Abst 971-982 Indigo 204 B, 2nd Floor

Abst 1008-1009 Abst 1010-1014 Sapphire 410 A, 4th Floor

Abst 1015-1019 Sapphire 410 A, 4th Floor Posters 10201029 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 1030-1035 Sapphire 411 B, 4th Floor

Abst 1036-1041 Sapphire 411 B, 4th Floor Posters 10421044 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 1045-1052 Sapphire 411 B, 4th Floor

Abst 1053-1058 Sapphire 411 B, 4th Floor

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229th ECS Meeting l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA Sunday, May 29

Code Technical Symposium

AM

PM

Monday, May 30 AM

PM

Abst 1059-1064 Aqua 309, 3rd Floor

Abst 1065-1068 Aqua 309, 3rd Floor

D04

Plasma and Thermal Processes for Materials Modification, Synthesis and Processing S.Vaddiraju, D. Hess, M. Carter, U. Cvelbar, P. Mascher, M. Engelhardt, O. Leonte Dielectric Science and Technology, High Temperature Materials, Sensor

E01

Electrophoretic Deposition J. Talbot, J. Dickerson Electrodeposition

E02

Three-Dimensional Electrodeposition and Electroless Deposition D. Robinson,V. Ramani Electrodeposition, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

F01

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering General Session J. Staser, D. Riemer Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

G01

More-than-Moore 3 Y. Obeng, G. Banerjee, S. Datta, P. Hesketh, T. Hiramoto, P. Srinivasan, A. Hoff Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology, Sensor

Abst 1146-1150 Aqua 307, 3rd Floor

Abst 1151-1153 Aqua 307, 3rd Floor

G02

Silicon Compatible Materials, Processes, and Technologies for Advanced Integrated Circuits and Emerging Applications 6 F. Roozeboom, P. J. Timans, E. P. Gusev, V. Narayanan, K. Kakushima, Z. Karim, S. De Gendt Electronics and Photonics

Abst 1164 Abst 1165-1168 Indigo 206, 2nd Floor

Abst 1169-1172 Indigo 206, 2nd Floor

H01

Wide Bandgap Semiconductor Materials and Devices 17 J. Zavada,V. Chakrapani, S. Jang, T. Anderson, J. Hite Electronics and Photonics

Abst 1210 Abst 1211 Abst 1212-1216 Aqua 310 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 1217-1221 Aqua 310 B, 3rd Floor

H02

Solid-State Electronics and Photonics in Biology and Medicine 3 Y.-L. Wang, A. Hoff, L. Marsal, M. Deen, Z. Aguilar, C.-T. Lin, Z.-H. Lin Electronics and Photonics, Sensor

Abst 1267-1274 Sapphire 411 B, 4th Floor

Abst 1275-1279 Sapphire 411 B, 4th Floor

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Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


229th ECS Meeting l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA Tuesday, May 31 AM

PM

Abst 1069-1073 Aqua 309, 3rd Floor

Abst 1074-1078 Aqua 309, 3rd Floor Posters 10791083 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Wednesday, June 1 AM

PM

Abst 1098-1106 Aqua 307, 3rd Floor

Abst 1107-1115 Aqua 307, 3rd Floor Posters 11161126 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 1127 Abst 1128-1135 Aqua 309, 3rd Floor

Abst 1136-1143 Aqua 309, 3rd Floor Posters 11441145 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 1154-1159 Aqua 307, 3rd Floor

Abst 1160-1163 Aqua 307, 3rd Floor

Abst 1173-1181 Indigo 206, 2nd Floor

Abst 1182-1184 Indigo 206, 2nd Floor Posters 11851201 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 1202 Abst 1203-1209 Indigo 206, 2nd Floor

Abst 1223-1228 Aqua 310 B, 3rd Floor

Abst 1229-1235 Aqua 310 B, 3rd Floor Posters 12361242 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 1243-1245 Abst 1246-1251 Aqua 310 B, 3rd Floor

Thursday, June 2 AM

PM

Abst 1084-1091 Aqua 307, 3rd Floor

Abst 1092-1097 Aqua 307, 3rd Floor

Abst 1252-1255 Abst 1256-1259 Aqua 310 B, 3rd Floor Posters 12601266 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 1280-1284 Abst 1285-1288 Sapphire 411 B, 4th Floor

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229th ECS Meeting l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA Sunday, May 29

Code Technical Symposium

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PM

Monday, May 30 AM

PM

H03

Properties and Applications of 2-Dimensional Layered Materials L.-J. Li, J.-H. He, D. Lau, J. Robinson, R. Martel, C. Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Dwyer, D. Landheer Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology, Nanocarbons

I01

State-of-the-Art Invited Tutorials on Model/ Experiment Coupling in Low Temperature Fuel Cells A. Weber, T. Zawodzinski,V. Ramani, P. Atanassov Energy Technology, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

I02

Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics 10 M. Mogensen, T. Kawada, T. Armstrong, T. Gur, X.-D. Zhou, A. Manivannan High Temperature Materials, Energy Technology

Abst 1345-1350 Indigo Ballroom C, 2nd Floor

Abst 1351-1355 Indigo Ballroom C, 2nd Floor

I03

Hydrogen and Oxygen Evolution Catalysis for Water Electrolysis 2 H. Xu,Y. S.-Horn,V. Ramani, P. Kulesza Energy Technology, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

Abst 1413-1414 Abst 1415-1420 Indigo 204 A, 2nd Floor

Abst 1421-1426 Indigo 204 A, 2nd Floor

I04

Mechano-Electro-Chemical Coupling in Energy Related Materials and Devices 2 S. Bishop, P. Mukherjee,Y.-T. Cheng, J. Rupp High Temperature Materials, Battery, Energy Technology

I05

Heterogeneous Functional Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage W. Chiu, F. Chen, A. Herring, D. Chu, S. Gopalan, T. Markus, P. Masset High Temperature Materials, Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

Abst 1508-1511 Abst 1512-1515 Sapphire Ballroom E, 4th Floor

Abst 1516-1520 Sapphire Ballroom E, 4th Floor

K01

12th Manual M. Baizer Memorial Symposium on Organic Electrochemistry D. Peters Organic and Biological Electrochemistry

Abst 1588-1595 Aqua 300 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 1596-1600 Aqua 300 A, 3rd Floor

K02

Bioelectrochemistry: Analysis and Fundamental Studies M. Bayachou, A. Simonian, A. Suroviec Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Sensor

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Abst 1501-1503 Abst 1504-1507 Sapphire Ballroom E, 4th Floor

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


229th ECS Meeting l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA Tuesday, May 31

Wednesday, June 1

Thursday, June 2

AM

PM

AM

PM

AM

PM

Abst 1289-1291 Abst 1292-1295 Indigo 202 B, 2nd Floor

Abst 1296-1300 Indigo 202 B, 2nd Floor Posters 13011306 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 1307-1309 Abst 1310-1313 Indigo 202 B, 2nd Floor

Abst 1314-1316 Abst 1317-1321 Indigo 202 B, 2nd Floor

Abst 1322-1324 Abst 1325-1328 Indigo 202 B, 2nd Floor

Abst 1329-1332 Abst 1333-1336 Indigo 202 B, 2nd Floor

Abst 1337-1341 Indigo 204 B, 2nd Floor

Abst 1342-1344 Indigo 204 B, 2nd Floor

Abst 1356-1362 Abst 1363 Indigo Ballroom C, 2nd Floor

Abst 1364-1367 Indigo Ballroom C, 2nd Floor

Abst 1368-1376 Indigo Ballroom C, 2nd Floor

Abst 1377-1384 Indigo Ballroom C, 2nd Floor Posters 13851395 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 1396-1400 Indigo Ballroom C, 2nd Floor

Abst 1401-1412 Indigo Ballroom C, 2nd Floor

Abst 1427-1438 Indigo 204 A, 2nd Floor

Abst 1439-1444 Indigo 204 A, 2nd Floor Posters 14451451 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 1452-1463 Indigo 204 A, 2nd Floor

Abst 1464-1466 Indigo 204 A, 2nd Floor

Abst 1467-1471 Aqua 305, 3rd Floor

Abst 1472-1476 Aqua 305, 3rd Floor Posters 14771480 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 1481-1488 Aqua 305, 3rd Floor

Abst 1489-1494 Aqua 305, 3rd Floor

Abst 1495-1500 Aqua 305, 3rd Floor

Abst 1521-1524 Abst 1525-1531 Sapphire Ballroom E, 4th Floor

Abst 1532-1535 Sapphire Ballroom E, 4th Floor

Abst 1536-1539 Abst 1540-1543 Sapphire Ballroom E, 4th Floor

Abst 1544-1547 Abst 1548-1552 Sapphire Ballroom E, 4th Floor Posters 15541572 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 1573-1575 Abst 1576-1580 Sapphire Ballroom E, 4th Floor

Abst 1601-1609 Aqua 300 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 1610-1617 Aqua 300 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 1618-1624 Cobalt 502 A, 5th Floor

Abst 1625-1631 Cobalt 502 A, 5th Floor Posters 16321635 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

Abst 1581-1584 Abst 1585-1587 Sapphire Ballroom E, 4th Floor

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229th ECS Meeting l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA Sunday, May 29

Code Technical Symposium

AM

PM

Monday, May 30 AM

PM

L01

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry General Session A. Suroviec, P. Kulesza Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

Abst 1636-1642 Sapphire 410 B, 4th Floor

Abst 1643-1648 Sapphire 410 B, 4th Floor

L02

Electrocatalysis 8 M. Shao, G. Brisard Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

Abst 1696-1707 Sapphire Ballroom M, 4th Floor

Abst 1708-1712 Sapphire Ballroom M, 4th Floor

L03

Biological Fuel Cells 7 S. C. Barton, S. Minteer, P. Atanassov Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Energy Technology

Abst 1794-1801 Sapphire Ballroom H, 4th Floor

Abst 1802-1806 Sapphire Ballroom H, 4th Floor

L06

Ionic Liquids as Electrolytes S. Paddison,V. Di Noto Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

L07

Renewable Fuels via Artificial Photosynthesis or Electrolysis N. Wu, D. Chu, H. Dinh, E. Miller, V. Subramanian, A. Manivannan, P. Kulesza, H. Wang, J. J. Lee Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Sensor

Abst 1899-1901 Abst 1902 Abst 1903-1905 Sapphire Ballroom I, 4th Floor

Abst 1906-1909 Sapphire Ballroom I, 4th Floor

M01

Sensors, Actuators, and Microsystems General Session N. Wu, M. Carter, D.-J. Kim, R.-I. Stefan-van Staden, S. Mitra, L. Soleymani Sensor

M02

Medical and Point-of-Care Sensors A. Simonian, B. Chin, R.-I. Stefan-van Staden, M.Yasuzawa Sensor

Abst 2010-2017 Aqua 303, 3rd Floor

Abst 2018-2023 Aqua 303, 3rd Floor

Z01

General Society Student Poster Session V. Subramanian,V. Chaitanya, K. Sundaram, P. Pharkya All Divisions

Z02

Nanotechnology General Session featuring Nanoscale Luminescent Materials 4 O. Leonte, P. Mascher, C. Bock, J. Koehne, Z. Chen, D. Lockwood All Divisions, Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee

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Abst 1890-1891 Abst 1892-1898 Sapphire Ballroom I, 4th Floor

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


229th ECS Meeting l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA Tuesday, May 31

Wednesday, June 1

AM

PM

AM

PM

Abst 1649-1655 Sapphire 410 B, 4th Floor

Abst 1656-1661 Sapphire 410 B, 4th Floor

Abst 1662-1669 Sapphire 410 B, 4th Floor

Abst 1670-1676 Sapphire 410 B, 4th Floor Posters 16771695 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 1713-1724 Sapphire Ballroom M, 4th Floor

Abst 1725-1730 Sapphire Ballroom M, 4th Floor

Abst 1731-1741 Sapphire Ballroom M, 4th Floor

Abst 1807-1816 Sapphire Ballroom H, 4th Floor

Abst 1817-1822 Sapphire Ballroom H, 4th Floor

Abst 1865-1867 Abst 1868-1872 Sapphire 411 A, 4th Floor

Thursday, June 2 AM

PM

Abst 1742-1752 Sapphire Ballroom M, 4th Floor Posters 17531771 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 1772-1776 Abst 1777-1783 Sapphire Ballroom M, 4th Floor

Abst 1784-1788 Abst 1789-1793 Sapphire Ballroom M, 4th Floor

Abst 1823-1832 Sapphire Ballroom H, 4th Floor

Abst 1833-1840 Sapphire Ballroom H, 4th Floor Posters 18411852 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 1853-1856 Abst 1857-1861 Abst 1862-1864 Sapphire Ballroom H, 4th Floor

Abst 1873-1875 Sapphire 411 A, 4th Floor

Abst 1876-1878 Abst 1879-1883 Sapphire 411 A, 4th Floor

Posters 18841889 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 1910-1912 Abst 1913-1916 Sapphire Ballroom I, 4th Floor

Abst 1917-1919 Abst 1920-1921 Sapphire Ballroom I, 4th Floor

Abst 1922-1925 Abst 1926-1929 Sapphire Ballroom I, 4th Floor

Abst 1930-1934 Abst 1935-1938 Sapphire Ballroom I, 4th Floor Posters 19391941 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 1942-1950 Sapphire Ballroom I, 4th Floor

Abst 1951-1954 Abst 1955-1961 Aqua 310 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 1962-1963 Abst 1964-1965 Aqua 310 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 1966-1968 Abst 1969-1975 Aqua 310 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 1976-1981 Abst 1982-1987 Aqua 310 A, 3rd Floor Posters 19881998 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 1999-2002 Abst 2003-2009 Aqua 310 A, 3rd Floor

Abst 2103-2109 Aqua 303, 3rd Floor

Abst 2110-2114 Posters 21152120 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 2121-2125 Abst 2126-2130 Aqua 303, 3rd Floor

Posters 20242027 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC Posters 20282091 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC Abst 2092-2098 Aqua 303, 3rd Floor

Abst 2099-2102 Aqua 303, 3rd Floor

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229th ECS Meeting l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA Sunday, May 29

Code Technical Symposium Z03

Grand Challenges in Energy Conversion and Storage D. Sadoway,Y. Fukunaka, R. Mukundan, T. Moffat, S. Meng, D. Scherson, G. Zangari, F. Prinz, M. Sunkara Electrodeposition, Energy Technology, High Temperature Materials, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

Z05

Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing G. Botte, S. R. Narayanan, E. Taylor, A. Manthiram, J. Stickney, K. Ayers, G. Banerjee All Divisions, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

Z06

Modeling: From Elucidation of Physical Phenomena to Applications in Design M. Orazem, J. Leddy, T. Nguyen, J. Harb All ECS Divisions, International Society of Electrochemistry

Z07

Science for Solving Societyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Problems (S3P) Challenge: Grant Winner Posters ECS

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PM

Monday, May 30 AM

PM

Abst 2171-2180 Aqua Salon E, 3rd Floor

Abst 2181-2185 Aqua Salon E, 3rd Floor

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


229th ECS Meeting l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA Tuesday, May 31

Wednesday, June 1

AM

PM

AM

PM

Abst 2131-2133 Abst 2134-2138 Aqua Salon F, 3rd Floor

Abst 2139-2141 Abst 2142 Aqua Salon F, 3rd Floor

Abst 2143-2145 Abst 2146-2149 Aqua Salon F, 3rd Floor

Abst 2150-2152 Aqua Salon F, 3rd Floor Posters 21532154 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 2155-2158 Abst 2159-2164 Cobalt 520, 5th Floor

Abst 2165-2169 Cobalt 520, 5th Floor Poster 2170 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 2201-2210 Aqua Salon E, 3rd Floor

Abst 2211-2221 Aqua Salon E, 3rd Floor Posters 22222224 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

Abst 2186-2195 Aqua Salon E, 3rd Floor

Abst 2196-2196 Abst 2197-2200 Aqua Salon E, 3rd Floor

Thursday, June 2 AM

PM

Posters 80, 473, 1139, 1346, 1799, 1800, 2169, 2225 Exhibit Hall H, SDCC

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Sunday, May 29

Technical Sessions Sunday, May 29

16:20

8

Highlight 1900h ��������� Sunday Evening Get Together, Sapphire Ballroom B/C and Sapphire Terrace

A01

A02

Joint General Session: Batteries and Energy Storage -and-Fuel Cells, Electrolytes, and Energy Energy Technology / Battery Indigo Ballroom A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Aqueous Batteries and Electrolysis – 14:00 – 16:40 Co-Chairs: Philip G. Collins and Nosang Vincent Myung

Hierarchically Nanostructured MoS2 Catalyst Synthesis for High Efficient Hygrogen Evolution Reaction Via Electrospinning – K. H. Lee, S. M. Choi, M. G. Hahm, B. Cho (Korea Institute of Materials Science), Y. Rheem (Univ. of California, Riverside), and N. V. Myung (University of California Riverside)

Future and Present Advanced Lithium Batteries and Beyond – a Symposium in the Honor of Prof. Bruno Scrosati Battery / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Sapphire Ballroom A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Beyond Li Batteries – 13:30 – 18:20 Co-Chairs: Vito Di Noto, Maria Assunta Navarra, and Fausto Croce 13:30

226

(Invited) Beyond Li-Ion Batteries: Why? , to Where? – D. Aurbach (Bar-Ilan University)

14:00

1

Beyond Li-Ion: Utilization of the High Energy Density of Silver-Zinc in Secondary Button and Coin Cell Miniature Battery Sizes – J. V. Ortega and R. E. Dueber (ZPower)

13:55

227

Thermodynamics of Metal Cation Intercalation into V2O5(aerogel) Hosts – W. H. Smyrl (University of Minnesota) and D. B. Le (University of Minnesota, 3M Company)

14:20

2

Advanced Lead Batteries for Automotive and Storage Applications – B. N. C. Monahov (Advanced Lead Acid Battery Consortium) and T. Ellis (RSR Corporation)

14:15

228

Multiple Strategies for Development of Ambient-Temperature Sodium-Sulfur (NaS) Batteries – X. Yu and A. Manthiram (The University of Texas at Austin)

14:40

3

Substrate-Integrated Nickel-Iron Ultra-Battery with Hematite Nano-Rods and Nickel Oxide Nano-Flakes As Respective Negative and Positive Plates – D. Sarkar, A. K. Shukla, and D. D. Sarma (Indian Institute of Science)

14:35

229

In Operando Studies of Electrode-Electrolyte Interfaces for Magnesium Batteries – N. T. Hahn and K. R. Zavadil (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research)

4

14:55

15:00

Study of Aqueous Lithium Ion Batteries Utilizing Spinel Compound Anodes – N. D. Schuppert, S. Mukherjee (University of Louisville), B. Son, J. G. Kim, J. S. Choi (DGIST), D. H. Lee (DaeguGyeongbuk Institute of Science & Technology (DGIST)), M. J. Choi (DGMIF), and S. Park (University of Louisville)

230

Investigating the Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Lithium-Oxygen Cells – S. Sankarasubramanian (Illinois Institute of Technology), N. Singh (Toyota Research Institute of North America), J. Seo, J. Prakash (Illinois Institute of Technology), and F. Mizuno (Toyota Research Institute of North America)

5

15:15

15:20

Coupling of Electrochemical Charging with Mechanical Expansion and Degradation in Nanostructured MnO2 Cathodes – T. Ignatova (Univ. of California, Irvine), A. J. Rajapakse (Univ. of California, Irvine, Cal. State University, Long Beach), and P. G. Collins (Univ. of California, Irvine)

231

Scale-up of Rechargeable Mutivalent Batteries Via Pouch Cells Development – S. Ha (Argonne National Laboratory, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research) and K. G. Gallagher (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research)

15:40

6

High Temperature Alkaline Electrolysis Status and Potential – C. Chatzichristodoulou (Technical University of Denmark) and M. B. Mogensen (DTU Energy Conversion, Technical University of Denmark)

16:00

7

The Influence of Fe Substitution in Lanthanum Calcium Cobalt Oxide on the Oxygen Evolution Reaction in Alkaline Media – M. Abreu-Sepulveda (University of Rochester), C. A. Bridges (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), A. Manivannan (U.S. Department of Energy), M. P. Paranthaman (ORNL), and D. J. Quesnel (University of Rochester)

60

15:35 Break 15:55

232

High Rate Li-S Batteries: Hollow TiO2 Webbed Carbon Nanotubes with Dual Functional Porous Carbon-Paper – J. Y. Hwang (Hanyang University), A. Abouimrane (Qatar Environment & Energy Research Institute, HBKU), M. A. Khaleel, I. Belharouak (Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute), A. Manthiram (The University of Texas at Austin), and Y. K. Sun (Hanyang University)

16:15

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Solid State Rechargeable Li-Ion Batteries Prepared at Room Temperature over Flexible Organic Substrates: Performance and Limitations – F. El Gabaly, N. Ware, E. J. Fuller, and A. A. Talin (Sandia National Labs) Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


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A Novel, Semi-Solid Li/O2 Redox Flow Battery – F. Soavi, I. Ruggeri, and C. Arbizzani (Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna)

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Recent Attempts to Improve the Capabilities of Commercial CFx to Enhance the Efficiency of Li/CFx Batteries – D. T. Meshri (Advance Research Chemicals, Inc.), E. M. Shembel (Enerize Corporation), S. D. Meshri, R. L. Adams, N. C. Mathur, D. Pinnapareddy (Advance Research Chemicals, Inc.), V. I. Redko (Enerize Corporation, FL. USA), I. M. Maksyuta (Ukranian State Chemical Technology University), and A. V. Markevich (Ukrainian State Chemical Technology University)

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Investigation on the Conversion Reaction Voltage and Reversibility of CuF2 Electrode in Li-Ion Battery – J. K. Seo, H. M. Cho, M. Sina, K. Takahara (University of California San Diego), K. W. Chapman, O. J. Borkiewicz (NECCES at Argonne National Laboratory), and Y. S. Meng (University of California, San Diego) From 1-D to 3-D Li Intercalation: Channelto-Channel Li Migration Facilitated By Antisite Disorder – J. C. Kim (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), D. H. Seo (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and G. Ceder (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley) In Situ Measurements of Solid Electrolyte Interphase Evolution on Silicon Electrodes – I. Yoon (Brown University), D. P. Abraham (Argonne National Laboratory), B. L. Lucht (University of Rhode Island), A. F. Bower (School of Engineering, Brown University), and P. Guduru (Brown University)

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Preparation of High Loading Pt Nanoparticles on Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes By Electrodeposition Method Applied for the Anode of Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – S. Y. Hu, T. K. Yeh, and M. Y. Wang (National Tsing Hua University)

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Preparation of High Performance Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells (PEMFC): Graphene As a Carbon Support – D. Del Frari (Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology), H. Long (Luxembourg institute of science and technology), J. Didierjean, and M. Michel (Luxembour Institute of Science and Technology)

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Polydopamine for the Design of CorrosionTolerant Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell Electrodes – J. Didierjean (Luxembour Institute of Science and Technology), H. Long (Luxembourg institute of science and technology), D. Del Frari (Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology), and M. Michel (Luxembour Institute of Science and Technology)

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In Situ Synthesis of Meso-Porous Manganese Oxides/Sulfur-Doped Graphene Sheets Hybrid As a Highly Active Bifunctional Catalyst for Oxygen Evolution and Reduction Reactions – Y. Gao (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

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Incorporation of Pyridinium Axial Ligands for Fe Phthalocyanines Anchorage on Carbon Nanotubes Electrodes for Biomimetic Oxygen Reduction – M. P. Oyarzun, N. Silva, J. F. Silva, S. Ramirez, and J. H. Zagal (Universidad de Santiago de Chile)

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Electrocatalytic Activity of Graphene Oxide: Mediating Electron Transfer Between Two Redox Couples – P. V. Kamat and V. Bridewell (University of Notre Dame)

Concluding Remarks

Carbon Nanostructures for Energy Conversion

Nanocarbons / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Aqua 313, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Catalysis – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Jeffrey L. Blackburn and Naotoshi Nakashima 14:00

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One-Pot Electrochemical Exfoliation and Functionalization of Graphene Sheets – D. B. Ossonon and D. Bélanger (Université du Québec à Montréal)

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Synthesis and Characterization of Graphene/ Carbon Nanotubes-Supported Platinum Nanoparticles in PEM Fuel Cell Oxygen Reduction Reactions – E. Remy, F. FoudaOnana (CEA-LITEN), M. Heitzmann (CEA, LITEN), Y. Thomas (CEA-LITEN), and P. A. Jacques (CEA, LITEN)

Evaluation of Pt-Au/MWCNT Electrocatalyst Performance As Cathode of a Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell – M. Beltrán-Gastélum, M. I. Salazar-Gastelum, R. M. Félix-Navarro, S. Pérez-Sicairos, E. A. Reynoso-Soto, S. W. Lin-Ho (Instituto Tecnológico de Tijuana), R. Flores-Hernández, T. Romero-Castañón (Instituto de Investigaciones Eléctricas), I. L. Albarrán-Sánchez (Instituto de investigaciones Eléctricas), and F. Paraguay-Delgado (Centro de Investigación en Materiales Avanzados SC)

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Inorganic/Organic Nanohybrids for Energy Conversion Nanocarbons / Energy Technology Aqua 314, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Nanostructures I – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Stephane Campidelli and Toshiharu Teranishi

14:40

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Synthesis and Electrocatalytic Activity of Nitrogen and Phosphorus Co-Doped Graphene for Oxygen Reduction – R. Yang, J. Wu, X. Zheng, and N. Zhang (Soochow University)

14:00

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(Invited) Visible-Light Responsible Ammonia Synthesis from Dinitrogen Via PlasmonInduced Charge Separation – T. Oshikiri (Hokkaido University)

15:00

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An Overview of Carbon Nanomaterials in Solid Acid Fuel Cell Electrodes – A. Varga, B. Abel, O. Naumov, L. Xubin, F. Lohmann, P. Schulze, and M. Wagner (Leibniz Institute of Surface Modification)

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(Invited) Conjugated Polymer Spherical Microcavities for Energy Conversion – Y. Yamamoto (University of Tsukuba)

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(Invited) Carbon Nanotube-Templated Synthesis of Covalent Porphyrin Network for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – S. Campidelli, I. Hijazi, T. Bourgeteau, R. Cornut, A. Morozan, and B. Jousselme (CEA-Saclay)

15:00

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(Invited) Conjugated Polymer Nanostructures for Li-Battery – Q. Zhang (Nanyang Technological University)

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(Invited) Porphyrin-Capped Au Clusters As Building Blocks for Energy Conversion – T. Teranishi (Kyoto University)

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(Invited) In Situ TEM Study of Reduction and Reoxidation of NiO and NiO-YSZ Composites – J. Van herle (Ecole Polytechique Fédérale de Lausanne), Q. Jeangros (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne), J. B. Wagner (Center for Electron Nanoscopy, DTU), T. W. Hansen (Technical University of Denmark), A. Hessler-Wyser, C. Hébert (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne), and R. Dunin-Borkowski (Research Centre Juelich)

15:20

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Correlating Laboratory-Based X-Ray and Electron Microscopy to Characterize Defects and Structural Evolution in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – W. Harris, J. Gelb, S. Kelly, L. Lechner, S. Bhattiprolu, H. Bale (Carl Zeiss X-ray Microscopy), and K. Sasaki (Kyushu University, Next-Generation Fuel Cell Resarch Center)

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Nanostructures II – 16:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Kei Murakoshi and Hideki Masuda 16:00

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(Invited) Tri-Copper-Incorporated Carbon Catalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – I. Yagi, M. Muto, and M. Kato (Hokkaido University)

15:40

(Invited) Plasmon-Induced Deposition of Conductive Polymer on Au Nanostructured TiO2 Electrode – K. Murakoshi, H. Minamimoto, T. Toda, and X. Li (Hokkaido University)

16:00

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(Invited) Purification of a Non-Precious Metal Oxygen Reduction Catalyst to Reveal the Active Species – A. A. Gewirth (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), J. A. Varnell, and E. C. M. Tse (University of Illinois)

(Invited) Three Dimensional Microstructure Measurements of SOFCs: Electrode Microstructural Evolution and Long-Term Durability – S. A. Barnett, D. Kennouche, and H. Wang (Northwestern University)

16:40

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(Invited) Growth of Ordered ZnO Nanorods Arrays Using Anodic Porous Alumina Templates – H. Masuda, T. Kondo (Tokyo Metropoliatn University), T. Nakazono (Tokyo Metropolitan University), and T. Yanagishita (Tokyo Metropoliatn University)

(Invited) Numerical Simulation of Sintering Process in Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Anode – N. Shikazono (Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo) and S. Hara (Chiba Institute of Technology)

17:20

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Representative Volumes in Highly Heterogeneous Fuel Cell Materials – W. K. Epting (US Dept of Energy: National Energy Technology Laboratory), T. Hsu (Carnegie Mellon University), K. Gerdes, P. R. Ohodnicki, H. Abernathy (US Dept of Energy: National Energy Technology Laboratory), S. Litster, and P. A. Salvador (Carnegie Mellon University)

17:40

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Three-Dimensional Analysis of Coarsening Dynamics in Porous Materials for Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage: Direct Measurement and Visualization of Changes in Local Surface Curvature – A. P. Cocco (University of Connecticut), A. Nakajo (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne), A. V. Virkar (The University of Utah), and W. K. S. Chiu (University of Connecticut)

(Invited) Effect of Ionomer Structure for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Acidic Media and Fuel Cell Performance – T. Fujigaya (Kyushu University, Department of Applied Chemistry, Dept Applied Chem. & WPII2CNER, Kyushu University), A. Nagashima (Kyushu University), and N. Nakashima (Dept Applied Chem. & WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University)

High Temperature Materials / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Sapphire Ballroom E, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Advanced Imaging and Simulation 1 – 13:50 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Wilson K. S. Chiu and Fanglin (Frank) Chen 13:50 14:00

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Advanced Imaging and Simulation 2 – 16:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Peter W. Voorhees and Robert A. Walker

Electronic Properties of Various B-Doped Diamond(111)// Dye Molecule Interfaces – K. M. E. Larsson (Dept. Chemistry-Angstrom laboratory)

Heterogeneous Functional Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage

Opening Remarks (Invited) Multi-Modality X-Ray Imaging at a 10 Nanometer Resolution – Y. S. Chu, H. Yan, X. Huang (Brookhaven National Lab), S. Kalbfleisch (Brookhaven National Laboratory), M. Ge (Brookhaven National Lab), K. Lauer, and E. Nazaretski (Brookhaven National Laboratory)

Break

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Renewable Fuels via Artificial Photosynthesis or Electrolysis Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Sensor Sapphire Ballroom I, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Invited Speeches on Solar Energy Conversion – 13:55 – 15:20 Co-Chair: Nianqiang (Nick) Wu 13:55 14:00

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Photovoltaic Proprieties and Photocatalytic Activity of Perovskite OxideBased Systems – R. Nechache (Ecole de Technologie Superieure)

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(Invited) Sunlight-Driven Ionic Power Generation from Bipolar Ion-Exchange Membranes Functionalized with Photoacids – W. White, R. S. Reiter, C. P. Ramirez, C. D. Sanborn (University of California Irvine), and S. Ardo (University of California, Irvine) Break

Solar Hydrogen Generation – 15:20 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Shane Ardo and Nianqiang (Nick) Wu 15:20

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1893 Insulator-Metal-Insulator-Semiconductor (IMIS) Photoelectrodes for Water Splitting – D. Esposito, N. Y. Labrador, X. Li, J. Koberstein, and Y. Liu (Columbia University)

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Improving Efficiency and Durability of Dual-Photoelectrode Water-Splitting Devices – T. Yamada, H. Nishiyama, and K. Domen (ARPChem, The University of Tokyo)

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Highly Fractal MoS2 Electrodes Modified By Ammonium Thiomolybdate As Efficient Hydrogen Evolving Electro-Catalysts – A. Ramirez-Caro, F. A. Redeker, S. Bierwirth, P. Bogdanoff (Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin, Institute for Solar Fuels), K. Ellmer (Helmholtz Center Berlin, Institute for Solar Fuels), and S. Fiechter (Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin, Institute for Solar Fuels)

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Solar-to-Hydrogen Efficiency: Shining Light on Photoelectrochemical Device Performance – J. L. Young, H. Döscher, J. F. Geisz, J. A. Turner, and T. G. Deutsch (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

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Solar Hydrogen Production from Seawater Vapor Electrolysis – S. Kumari, R. White, and J. Spurgeon (University of Louisville)

Strategy for the Incorporation of Light Absorbing Catalysts into Photoelectrochemical Devices – S. Suter and S. Haussener (LRESE, EPFL) Evaluation of State-of-the-Art Visible-LightAbsorbing Photocatalysts for Use in New Particle Slurry Reactors for Solar Water Splitting – H. Yaghoubi, W. Gaieck, K. Tkacz, A. S. Fathabadi, and S. Ardo (University of California, Irvine)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

Monday, May 30 Highlights 0700h ��������� Session Chair and Symposium Organizer Orientation Breakfast, Aqua Salon D 0815h ��������� Special Invited Talk: B. Scrosati, Sapphire Ballroom A 0820h ��������� Electronics and Photonics Division Award Lecture, Aqua 310 B 0820h ��������� Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division Manuel M. Baizer Award Lecture, Aqua 300 A 0925h ��������� S3P Challenge Grant Winner Lecture: E. D. Wachsman, Indigo Ballroom C 1000h ��������� S3P Challenge Grant Winner Lecture: G. Reguera, Sapphire Ballroom H 1020h ��������� S3P Challenge Grant Winner Lecture: P. Atanassov, Sapphire Ballroom H 1600h ��������� S3P Challenge Grant Winner Lecture: N. Sabate, Indigo Ballroom B 1700h ��������� Plenary Session and ECS Lecture, Sapphire Ballroom BC/FG/JK 1930h ��������� Student Mixer, Sapphire Ballroom D

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Joint General Session: Batteries and Energy Storage -and-Fuel Cells, Electrolytes, and Energy Energy Technology / Battery Indigo Ballroom A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Electrochemical Capacitors 1 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Alok C. Rastogi and Galen Stucky 08:00

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3D-Interconnected Channels of Ordered Mesoporous Carbon (3D-OMC) : Effective Electrode Material for Electrochemical Supercapacitors – S. Arulmani (CSIR-Central Electrochemical Research Institute), C. Suresh (CSIR- Central Electrochemical Research Institute), and C. Sivakumar (CSIR- Central Elctrochemical Research Institute)

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Advanced RuO2/PEDOT Architecture for Flexible and Transparent Supercapacitors – C. Zhang (CRANN, School of Chemistry, Trinity College Dublin), T. Higgins, J. Coleman (CRANN, School of Physics, Trinity College Dublin), and V. Nicolosi (CRANN, School of Chemistry, Trinity College Dublin)

08:40

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Progress in Studying Mediator Supercapacitor – X. Zhou (University of Miami), J. Cai (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Y. Wang, C. Zhang, X. Qiao (University of Miami), and A. Mansour (Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division)

09:00

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Supercapacitive Properties of Composite Electrode Consisting of Activated Carbon and Di(1-aminopyrene)Quinone – K. M. Kim (Electronics & Telecommunications Research Institute), C. S. Yoon (Hanbat.National Universty), J. H. Park, and J. M. Ko (Hanbat National University) 63


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Flexible Supercapacitor Stackable with Solar Cells Based on PEDOT-Carbon Nanotube Nanocomposite Electrodes Using Ionic Liquid Gel Electrolytes for Solar Electricity Storage – A. M. Obeidat and A. C. Rastogi (Binghamton University, State University of New York)

09:40

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Understanding and Optimizing Aqueous Viologen Bromide Redox-Enhanced Electrochemical Capacitors – B. Evanko (University of California Santa Barbara), S. J. Yoo (University of California, Santa Barbara), S. E. Chun (University of Oregon), D. Vonlanthen (University of California Santa Barbara), X. Wang, X. Ji (Oregon State University), S. W. Boettcher (Department of Chemistry, University of Oregon), and G. Stucky (University of California, Santa Barbara)

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Batteries Under the Microscope: 3D and 4D Image-Based Characterization – J. Gelb (Carl Zeiss X-ray Microscopy), D. Finegan, D. J. L. Brett, and P. R. Shearing (University College London)

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A New Method to Compensate HighFrequency Impedance Artefacts for ThreeElectrode Li-Ion Batteries – P. Notten (Eindhoven University of Technology), L. Raijmakers (Delft University of Technology), and T. Lammers (NXP Semiconductors Eindhoven)

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Thermochemical Study of the Phase Transition Process in the LiFePO4-FePO4 System at 25°C – C. Thomas, R. Hüttl, J. Seidel, K. Bohmhammel, and F. Mertens (Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg)

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Developing High Cycling Stability Graphite/ LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 Li-Ion Cells – G. Gabrielli (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie und Wasserstoff Forschung), P. Axmann (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung BW), and M. Wohlfahrt-Mehrens (ZSW)

10:00

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High Energy Density Hybrid Pseudocapacitors – W. Xing (ADA Technologies, Inc.)

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An Equivalent Circuit Model for Electrochemical Systems – H. Yamada and P. R. Bandaru (University of California, San Diego)

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Partially Reduced Graphite Oxide: A Close Examination of the Contributions to Its Storage Capacity – A. M. Navarro-Suárez (CIC energiGUNE), J. Carretero-González (University of Cambridge), and T. Rojo (CIC energiGUNE, University of the Basque Country)

A New and Fast Depth Profile Analysis for Li Ion Battery Electrode - Elemental Composition of Conductive and Non Conductive Coatings Including Li, O, H, C – K. Savadkouei, P. Hunault (Horiba Scientific), P. Chapon, and S. Gaiaschi (Horiba Jobin Yvon S.A.S.)

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Marker Pen Lithography for Flexible and Curvilinear on-Chip Energy Storage – N. Kurra, Q. Jiang (King Abdullah University of Science & Technology), and H. Alshareef (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology)

A Convenient and Versatile Method to Control the Electrode Microstructure Toward HighEnergy Lithium-Ion Batteries – H. Zhao, N. Yuca, Q. Yang, and G. Liu (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

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In Situ Measurement of the Surface Lithiation of Metal Oxide Thin Films at Elevated Potentials – T. T. Fister, J. J. Kim (Argonne National Laboratory), G. Evmenenko, D. B. Buchholz, X. Chen, M. J. Bedzyk, F. Castro, J. Wu, V. Dravid (Northwestern University), J. Esbenshade (University of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign), K. E. Lundberg (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), A. A. Gewirth (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), H. Yildirim, J. Greeley (Purdue University), and P. Fenter (Argonne National Laboratory)

11:20

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Synthesis and Characterization of a Novel KFeSO4 F Polymorph: Structural, Electrochemical and Magnetic Properties – L. Lander, G. Rousse (Collège de France, Sorbonne Universities - UPMC Paris 6), A. M. Abakumov (EMA, University of Antwerp), M. T. Sougrati (Institut Charles Gerhardt), G. Van Tendeloo (EMAT, University of Antwerp), and J. M. Tarascon (Réseau sur le Stockage Electrochimique de l’Energie RS2E, Collège de France)

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Focused Ion Beam Reduced Graphene Oxide Micro-Supercapacitors with Unprecedented Energy and Power Densitites – P. Chakraborty Banerjee, D. L. Lobo (Monash University), C. Easton (CSIRO), and M. Majumder (Monash University)

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Three-Dimensional Graphene-Vanadium Pentoxide (V2O5) Structures for High Performance Supercapacitors – G. Yilmaz and X. Lu (National University of Singapore)

Indigo Ballroom E, Hilton San Diego Bayfront Lithium Ion Batteries - Cathode Studies 1 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chair: Gao Liu 08:00

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Analysis of Surface Reaction of LiMnxFe1Cell during High Temperature Cycle – Y. Yamashita, K. Hoshina, Y. Isozaki, and N. Takami (Toshiba Corporation)

XPO4 /Li4Ti5O12

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Characterization of Lithium Ion Batteries with in Situ X-Ray Tomography and Radiography – F. Sun, H. Markötter, I. Manke (HelmholtzZentrum Berlin), A. Hilger, N. Kardjilov (Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin), and J. Banhart (Technische Universität Berlin)

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Effect of Aging on the Mechanical Properties of Li-Ion Cell Components – L. Cao, C. Zhang, S. Santhanagopalan, and A. Pesaran (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

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Atomic Layer Deposited Fluoride Coatings for Li-Ion Battery Cathodes – D. H. K. Jackson, M. Laskar, S. Fang, S. Xu (University of Wisconsin - Madison), R. G. Ellis (Purdue, University of Wisconsin - Madison), X. Li (University of Wisconsin - Madison), M. Dreibelbis (The Dow Chemical Company), S. E. Babcock (University of Wisconsin Madison), M. K. Mahanthappa (University of Minnesota, University of Wisconsin - Madison), D. Morgan (University of Wisconsin - Madison), R. J. Hamers (Department of Chemistry, UW-Madison), and T. F. Kuech (University of Wisconsin Madison)

Indigo Ballroom A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Indigo Ballroom E, Hilton San Diego Bayfront Lithium Ion Batteries - Cathode Studies 2 – 14:00 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Thomas F. Fuller and Ian Ivar Suni 14:00

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Electrochemical Reaction Mechanism in 3d-Transition Metal Ferrites MFe2O4 (M = Fe, Co, Ni and Cu) As Conversion Type Electrodes for Li-Ion Batteries – G. Balachandran (Institute for Applied MaterialsEnergy Storage System), N. Bramnik (IAMESS, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), A. Bhaskar (Institute for Applied MaterialsEnergy Storage System), R. Adam (Technical University Freiberg), and H. Ehrenberg (IAMESS, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)

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Electrochemical Deposition of MoS2 Thin Films for Energy Storage Applications – B. D. Falola (Mechanical Engineering and Energy Processes Department, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale) and I. I. Suni (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)

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High-Throughput Combinatorial Analysis of Mechanical and Electrochemical Properties of Li[NixCoyMnz]O2 Thin Film Battery Material – D. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials), H. C. Shim (Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials), T. G. Yun, S. Hyun (Korea Institute of Machinery & Materials), and S. M. Han (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

15:00

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Improved Performance for Lithium Excess Layered Oxides By Solid-State Surface Coatings – K. Carroll, B. Li, and D. Strand (Wildcat Discovery Technologies)

15:20

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Investigating the Role of Transition Metal Deposition on Solid Electrolyte Interphase Formation and Growth Using Redox Shuttles – R. Jaini and T. F. Fuller (Georgia Institute of Technology)

15:40

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Enhanced High-Temperature Performance of LiNixCoyMn1-x-y O2 Cathode by Polymeric Artificial Solid Electrolyte Interphases – P. S. Shao and N. L. Wu (National Taiwan University)

16:00

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Dissolution Based Analysis of Capacity Fade in Manganese Oxide Spinel Cathode – M. Rashid (Indian Institute of Technology Delhi), S. Ahamad (IIT Delhi), and A. Gupta (Indian Institute of Technology Delhi)

Electrochemical Capacitors 2 – 14:00 – 16:20 Co-Chair: Xiao-Dong Zhou 14:00

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Towards New Micro-Scale Supercapacitors: Pseudocapacitance of Hydrous Ruthenium Oxide Investigated By Multi-Scale TimeResolved Electrochemical Methods – F. Razzaghi (Sorbonne Universités, UPMC Univ Paris 06), H. Perrot, and O. Sel (CNRS UPMC) Modified Activated Carbon Electrodes for Advanced Supercapacitors – D. Aurbach (Bar-Ilan University), V. Bhooshan (Bar Ilan University), A. Borenstein (Bar Ilan university), B. Markovsky (Bar-Ilan University), and A. Gedanken (Bar Ilan University) Electrochemical Capacitor of MnFe2O4 with Organic Li-Ion Electrolyte – J. H. Chien and N. L. Wu (National Taiwan University) A Realistic Model of Mediator Supercapacitors in Micrometer Level – Y. Wang, X. Zhou, C. Zhang, X. Qiao, R. L. Karkkainen, J. Robertson, and K. Jorge (University of Miami)

37 VO2 Nanoplatelets: A High Energy Electrode Material for Lithium Ion-Hybrid Electrochemical Capacitors – R. Satish (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore), A. Vanchiappan (Energy Research Institute @NTU), C. L. Wong (Energy Research Institute @ NTU), and M. Srinivasan (School of Materials Science and Engineering, NTU) 38

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3D Porous Reduced Graphene Oxide Nanostructure As Electrode Materials for High Performance Flexible Gel-Type Supercapacitors – S. Y. Lu, C. C. Wang, and J. Y. Liang (National Tsing Hua University) Development of All-Solid-State Structural Supercapacitor Using an Epoxy Based Adhesive Polymer Electrolyte – Y. Wang, X. Qiao, C. Zhang, R. L. Karkkainen, and X. Zhou (University of Miami)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

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Future and Present Advanced Lithium Batteries and Beyond – a Symposium in the Honor of Prof. Bruno Scrosati Battery / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Sapphire Ballroom A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

LiS Batteries I – 08:00 – 12:45 Co-Chairs: Vito Di Noto and Stefano Passerini Sr. 08:00 08:15

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Welcoming Remarks (Special Invited Talk) The Lithium Battery Saga: From the Origin to the Future – B. Scrosati (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Helmholtz Institute Ulm, HIU)

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A Novel Sulfur Cathode Architecture for High Capacity and Durable Li-S Battery R. Dharmasena (Department of PhysicsUniversity of Louisville, Conn center for renewable energy research), G. U. Sumanasekera (Department of PhysicsUniversity of Louisville, Conn center for renewable energy research), J. B. Jasinski (Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research), A. Thapa (Conn center for renewable energy research, University of Louisville), and M. K. Sunkara (Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research) Mesoscale Interplay of Physicochemical Processes in Li-S Battery Electrodes – A. Mistry, Z. Liu, C. F. Chen, and P. P. Mukherjee (Texas A&M University) Novel Liquid and Polymer Electrolytes for Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – S. Panero (Dipartimento di Chimica, Sapienza Università di Roma), M. A. Navarra, L. Lombardo, F. Savi (Sapienza University of Rome), L. Aguilera, K. Elamin, and A. Matic (Chalmers University of Technology)

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Toward the Polysulfide-Shuttle-Free LithiumSulfur Batteries with Functionalized Polymer Electrolytes – X. Yu, J. Jorseph, and A. Manthiram (The University of Texas at Austin)

10:25

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Enhanced Rate Performance of Li-S Batteries Enabled By Polysulfide Reactions – N. L. Wu, R. C. Lee, J. T. Jin (National Taiwan University), and J. Fang (Industrial Technology Research Institute)

10:45

245

Lithium Sulfide Nanocrystals Synthesized By an Energy-Efficient Process for Advanced Rechargeable Batteries – X. Li (Colorado School of Mines), C. Ban (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), C. Wolden, and Y. Yang (Colorado School of Mines)

11:25

11:45

12:05

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Highly Ordered Complex Framework Materials (CFMs) As Sulfur Hosts for Li-S Batteries – P. Murugavel Shanthi, P. Jampani Hanumantha, B. Gattu, O. I. Velikokhatnyi (University of Pittsburgh), and P. N. Kumta (Department of Bioengineering, University of Pittsburgh) Transition Metal Sulfides As Conductive Additives for Sulfur Electrode in Li-S Battery – K. Sun (Brookhaven National Lab), D. Su (Brookhaven National Laboratory), Q. Zhang (Stony Brook Univesity), D. C. Bock, A. C. Marschilok, E. S. Takeuchi (Stony Brook University), and H. Gan (Brookhaven National Lab) Diffusion Barriers and Structural Evolution in Alpha-Sulfur for Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – C. Arneson and Y. Ma (University of WisconsinEau Claire) Metal/Sulfur Composite Electroplated Cathodes for the Use in Lithium-Sulfur Cells – O. Kesten, C. Erhardt (Aalen University, Institute for Innovative Surfaces FINO), S. Sörgel (Research Institute for Precious Metals and Metals Chemist), S. Meinhard, A. Bock, and T. Sörgel (Aalen University, Institute for Innovative Surfaces FINO)

Effect of Ni/S Alloy Coating on the Composite Electroplated 3D-Sulfur Cathodes in Lithium/ Sulfur Cells – S. Sörgel (Research Institute for Precious Metals and Metals Chemist), O. Kesten, A. Bock, and T. Sörgel (Aalen University, Institute for Innovative Surfaces FINO)

LiS Batteries II – 13:55 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Fausto Croce and Yuichi Aihara 13:55

251

(Invited) Catholyte-Based High Capacity Li-Sulfur Batteries – D. H. Lim, F. Nitze, L. Aguilera, S. Xiong, and A. Matic (Chalmers University of Technology)

14:20

252

Electrochemical and Analytical Characterizations of Li-S Batteries – A. Mastouri (Université de Picardie Jules Verne), C. Guery (University of Picardie Jules Verne), and M. Morcrette (Laboratoire de Réactivité et de Chimie des Solides)

14:40

253

Focused Ion and Electron Beam Nanometrologies for Probing Structures and Properties of Sulfur Copolymer-Based Nanocomposite Cathodes for Next Generation of High-Energy Density Li-S Batteries – V. P. Oleshko, A. Herzing (National Institute of Standards and Technology), K. A. Twedt (Maryland NanoCenter, University of Maryland, Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology, NIST), J. L. Schaefer (National Institute of Standards and Technology), J. J. Griebel, W. J. Chung, A. G. Simmonds, J. Pyun (University of Arizona), C. L. Soles (National Institute of Standards and Technology), and J. J. McClelland (Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology, NIST)

15:00

254

Modelling Li-S Cells: Mechanisms behind Voltage- and Capacity-Drop during Discharge – T. Zhang, M. Marinescu (Imperial College London), M. Wild, L. O’Neill (Oxis Energy Limited), and G. Offer (Imperial College London)

15:20

255

Mechanistic Understanding of Physical Processes in Lithium-Sulfur Batteries through Experiments and Modeling – Y. Dai (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), J. Y. Wang (University of California, Berkeley), G. Ai, G. Liu, and V. Srinivasan (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

15:40

256

Mechanism and Kinetics of Capacity Fade in Lithium Sulfur Batteries – J. Yan, B. Li, and X. Liu (West Virginia University)

Coffee Break

10:05

11:05

12:25

A04

Battery Modeling and Computation

Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Indigo 202 A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

First Principles for Electrode Materials – 08:30 – 11:50 Co-Chairs: Kristin A. Persson and Ying Shirley Meng 08:30

398

(Invited) Elucidation of Lithiation Process As a Function of Structural and Chemical Transformations in Li2MnO3 – K. A. Persson (University of California at Berkeley) and Y. Shin (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


399

Theory of the Manganese Disproportionation at the (100) Surface of LiMn2O4 – C. Liu, M. Voeroes, H. Iddir, R. Benedek, and L. Curtiss (Argonne National Laboratory)

09:20

400

Thermophysical Properties of LiFePO4: DFT+U Computations Combined with a Thermodynamically Self-Consistent (TSC) Method – A. Seifitokaldani (Department of Chemistry, University of Montréal), A. E. Gheribi (Chemical Engineering Department Polytechnique Montreal), M. Dollé (Department of Chemistry, University of Montréal), and P. Chartrand (Chemical Engineering Department Polytechnique Montreal)

10:00 10:20

10:50

402

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15:20

A05

411

Electrochemistry and Batteries for Safe and Lowcost Energy Storage

Battery / Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Indigo Ballroom B, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Battery Safety – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Jie Xiao and Thomas Paul Barrera

Break

08:00

(Invited) Recent Density Functional Theory Investigations in Electrode Materials for Rechargeable Batteries – E. Arroyo-de Dompablo (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)

08:10

455

(Invited) Impacts of Environmental Stress Factors on Li-Ion Battery Safety Margins – T. P. Barrera and G. M. Brown (The Boeing Co.)

08:40

456

(Invited) New Li Ion Cells with Extended Temperature Range – C. Ma (Saft America Inc) and J. P. Peres (Saft)

09:10

457

Safety Appraisal of Lithium Bis(fluorosulfonyl) Imide (LiFSI) As Electrolyte Salt for Li-Ion Batteries – S. Grugeon (CNRS RS2E FR3459, LRCS CNRS UMR 7314, Université de Picardie Jules Verne), G. G. Eshetu (LRCS - CNRS UMR 7314, Université de Picardie Jules Verne, Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)), J. P. Bertrand (INERIS), G. Gachot (CNRS RS2E FR3459, LRCS - CNRS UMR 7314, Université de Picardie Jules Verne), A. Lecocq (INERIS), C. Forestier (LRCS - CNRS UMR 7314, Université de Picardie Jules Verne, Renault DEA-IREB), L. Sannier (Renault, DEA-IREB), M. Armand (LRCS - CNRS UMR 7314, Université de Picardie Jules Verne), G. Marlair (INERIS), and S. Laruelle (CNRS RS2E FR3459, LRCS - CNRS UMR 7314, Université de Picardie Jules Verne)

The Decomposition Mechanism of Crystalline Lioh on Ruthenium in Non-Aqueous LithiumOxygen Batteries: A First-Principles Study – H. Jiang and T. Zhao (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

11:10

404

Rational Design of Cathode Materials for High Rate Performance Sodium-Ion Batteries – L. L. Wong, H. Chen, R. Prasada Rao, and S. Adams (National University of Singapore)

11:30

405

The Effect of Chemical Doping on the Lithiation Processes of the Crystalline Si Anode: A First-Principles Study – C. L. Kuo and H. H. Chiang (National Taiwan University)

Modeling of Interfaces – 13:30 – 15:40 Co-Chair: Shyue Ping Ong 13:30

406

(Invited) Critical Roles of Interface Engineering in All-Solid-State Li-Ion Batteries: Insights from First Principles Calculations – Y. Mo (University of Maryland, College Park)

14:00

407

Elucidating the Effects of Additives on the Lipon/Electrode Interface, with a Focus on Mechanical Strain Effect – K. Thai and E. Lee (University of Alabama in Huntsville)

14:20

408

Using Physics-Based Models and Redox Shuttles to Investigate the Effects of FEC on Electrode Passivation – R. Jaini and T. F. Fuller (Georgia Institute of Technology)

14:40

15:00

409

410

Molecular Dynamic Study of GadoliniumDoped Ceria and Yttria Stabilized Zirconia Grain Boundaries – X. Aparicio Angles (University College London) and N. H. de Leeuw (Cardiff University, University College London)

Lithium Ion Solvation and Intercalation at Anode-Electrolyte Interface from First Principles – M. T. Ong, V. Lordi, E. W. Draeger, and J. E. Pask (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) A DFT Study of CO2-H2 Co-Adsorption on Ni/YSZ(111) for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Applications – A. Essadek (University College London), A. Roldan Martinez, and N. de Leeuw (Cardiff University)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

09:30

Welcoming Remarks

Break

10:00

458

Experimental Analysis of Thermal Runaway in 18650 Cylindrical Li-Ion Cells Using an Accelerating Rate Calorimeter – B. Lei, C. Ziebert (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAM-AWP), W. Zhao (IAM-AWP), A. M. Melcher, M. Rohde, and H. J. Seifert (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAMAWP)

10:20

459

Safety Testing in Lithium Ion Cells Comparing Thermally Stable Nanofiber-Based Separators to Traditional Polyolefin Separators – B. Morin (Dreamweaver International, Inc.), J. Kaschmitter, P. Khokhlov (Spectra Power), and C. Hu (Paris Mountain LLC)

10:40

460

The Effects of High G Impacts on Li-Ion Batteries – N. Shahed Khah (Warwick Manufacturing Group, University of Warwick), G. J. Offer, Y. Patel (Imperial College London), R. Bhagat, and R. Dashwood (Warwick University)

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Monday, May 30

11:00

461

New Understanding of Energy Distributions Exhibited during Thermal Runaway of Commercial Lithium Ion Batteries used for Human Spaceflight Applications – S. Yayathi, W. Q. Walker (NASA), D. Doughty (Battery Safety Consulting Inc.), and H. Ardebili (University of Houston)

11:20

462

An Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Study on a Lithium Sulfur Pouch Cell – D. I. Stroe, V. Knap, M. Swierczynski, T. Stanciu, E. Schaltz, and R. Teodorescu (Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University)

11:40

12:00

463

464

A Combined Aging and Abuse Study of LiIon Cells – D. Juarez Robles, C. F. Chen (Texas A&M University), J. A. Jeevarajan (Underwriters Laboratories Inc.), and P. P. Mukherjee (Texas A&M University)

15:00

470

Solid Electrolyte Interphase Formation and Failure Mechanisms in Lithium Ion Batteries: In Situ and in Operado AFM Imaging – R. Kumar, A. Tokranov (Brown University), Z. Huang, C. Li (AFM Business Unit, Bruker Nano Surfaces), X. Xiao (General Motors, R&D Center), T. Mueller (AFM Business Unit, Bruker Nano Surfaces), and B. W. Sheldon (Brown University)

15:20

471

Solid State Li Ion Batteries with MonocarbaCloso-Decaborate Solid Electrolytes – N. Ware (Sandia National Labs), W. S. Tang, T. J. Udovic (National Institute of Standards and Technology), F. El Gabaly, V. Stavila, and A. A. Talin (Sandia National Laboratories)

15:40

472

Solvation and Solid Electrolyte Interphases in Sodium Ion Batteries – A. V. Cresce (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), S. M. Russell (U. S. Army Research Lab), J. L. Allen (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), R. Rogers (Rochester Institute of Technology), K. Xu (Center for Research on Extreme Batteries), J. Peng, M. Gobet (Hunter College of City University of New York), and S. Greenbaum (Hunter College, CUNY)

In-Situ Scanning Electron Microscopy Observation of Lithium Dendrite Growth on Carbon Electrodes – C. Y. Tang and S. J. Dillon (University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign)

Electrolyte for Safe Batteries – 13:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Yan Yao and Kang Xu 13:00

13:30

14:00

465

466

467

(Invited) Aqueous Interphase Enables Safe, Green and Low Cost Li-Ion Chemistry – L. Suo (University of Maryland, College Park), O. Borodin (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), C. Wang (University of Maryland, College Park, Center for Research on Extreme Batteries), and K. Xu (Center for Research on Extreme Batteries, U.S. Army Research Laboratory) (Invited) Investigations into the Chemical Role of Additives in Li-Ion Cells – D. S. Hall (Dalhousie University), R. Petibon (Dep. of Chemistry, Dalhousie University), L. Ellis, S. Glazier, J. Self (Dalhousie University), M. Nie (Dep. of Chemistry, Dalhousie University), L. Madec (Dalhousie University), A. Xiao (3M Electronic Materials Solutions Division), W. M. Lamanna, K. Smith (3M Company), and J. R. Dahn (Dalhousie University) Optimizing and Improving the Sodium Ion Conductivity of Nasicon – A. G. Jolley, D. D. Taylor (University of Maryland Materials Science and Engineering), and E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland Energy Research Center)

14:20

468

Lithium Plating: Root Cause, Post-Mortem Characterization, and Key Parameters to Exclude It in Automotive Applications – T. Waldmann, B. I. Hogg, M. Kasper, and M. Wohlfahrt-Mehrens (ZSW)

14:40

469

Investigation of Li Source Influence on the Sinterability of Garnet-Type Solid Electrolyte Li6.25Al0.25La3Zr2O12 – M. Shoji, T. Narushima, T. Kimura, H. Munakata, and K. Kanamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University)

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Science for Solving Society’s Problems Challenge Grant Winner – 16:00 – 16:20 Co-Chair: Jie Xiao 16:00

B01

473

(Science for Solving Society’s Problems Challenge Grant Winner) Powerpad: NonToxic Capillary-Based Flow Battery for Single Use Applications – J. P. Esquivel (Department of Bioengineering, University of Washington, Instituto Microelectrónica de Barcelona (IMB-CNM-CSIC)), P. Alday (Instituto Microelectrónica de Barcelona (IMB-CNMCSIC)), O. Ibrahim, E. Kjeang (Simon Fraser University), and N. Sabate (Instituto Microelectrónica de Barcelona (IMB-CNMCSIC), Institució Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avançats (ICREA))

Carbon Nanostructures for Energy Conversion

Nanocarbons / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Aqua 313, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Solar and Thermal Energy Conversion I – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Michael S. Arnold and Andrew John Ferguson 08:00

552

(Invited) Carbon Nanotube/Polymer Hole Transporting Layers Bring Enhanced Performance to Perovskite, Quantum Dot and Organic Photovoltaic Devices – R. J. Nicholas, S. Habisreutinger, H. Snaith (Dept. of Physics, Oxford University), A. Watt (Dept of Materials, Oxford University), and J. J. Sharkey (Dept. of Physics, Oxford University)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


553

(Invited) Carbon Nanotube Network As Stable and Efficient Electron Blocking Layer and Transparent Conductive Electrodes for Solar Cells – S. Maruyama (The University of Tokyo, Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), K. Cui (The University of Tokyo, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), I. Jeon, T. Chiba, R. Xiang, S. Chiashi (The University of Tokyo), E. Kauppinen (Aalto University School of Science), and Y. Matsuo (The University of Tokyo)

08:40

554

(Invited) Charge Separation and Recombination at Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Photovoltaic Interfaces – J. L. Blackburn, A. J. Ferguson (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), O. Reid (University of Colorado at Boulder), R. Ihly, A. M. Dowgiallo, P. Schulz, M. Yang, K. Zhu, and J. Berry (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

09:00

555

(Invited) A Carbon-Carbon Hybrid Immobilizing Carbon Nanodots and Carbon Nanotubes – D. M. Gudi (FriedrichAlexander-Universitaet Erlangen-Nuernberg)

09:20

556

(Invited) Influence of Purity and Processing on Freestanding SWCNT Nanosheets and Nanotube-Silicon Heterojunctions – E. K. Hobbie (North Dakota State University)

09:40 557

(Invited) Application of Carbon Nanotubes in CdTe Photovoltaics – R. R. Khanal, A. B. Phillips, G. K. Liyanage, S. C. Wathage, Z. Song, J. M. Stone, and M. J. Heben (Wright Center for Photovoltaics, University of Toledo)

10:20

558

(Invited) Carbon Nanotubes: Towards an Advanced Material for Energy and Electronic Applications – B. S. Flavel (Karlsruhe Institute of Nanotechnology)

11:00

11:20

559

560

561

562

Hybrid Nanomaterials Composed of N-Doped Fullerene/Transition Metal Complex Polymer and P-Doped Conjugated Organic Polymers – K. Winkler, E. Brancewicz, and M. WysockaZolopa (Institute of Chemistry, University of Bialystok) (Invited) Insight into Carbon Nanotube Surface Structures for PV Applications – S. K. Doorn, N. F. Hartmann (MPA-CINT, Los Alamos National Laboratory), N. K. Subbaiyan (Los Alamos National Laboratory), R. Pramanik (MPA-CINT, Los Alamos National Laboratory), A. T. Mallajosyula, A. Mohite (Los Alamos National Laboratory), A. M. Dowgiallo, and J. L. Blackburn (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

14:00

563

N-Doping of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes and Their Thermoelectric Property – T. Fujigaya (Dept Applied Chem. & WPII2CNER, Kyushu University), W. Huang, Y. Nakashima (Kyushu University), and N. Nakashima (Dept Applied Chem. & WPII2CNER, Kyushu University)

14:20

564

An Effective Solution-Phase Dopant for Generating Thin Films of Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes with Varying P-Type Conductivity – N. J. Stanton (National Renewable Energy Lab), R. Ihly, B. NortonBaker, A. J. Ferguson, and J. L. Blackburn (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

Energy Storage I – 14:40 – 16:20 Co-Chair: Barbara Katherine Hughes 14:40

565

(Invited) Electrochemical Capacitors Based on Graphene – R. B. Kaner (University of California, Los Angeles), M. El-Kady (UCLA, University of Cairo), Y. Shao, J. Y. Hwang, L. Wang, M. Li, H. Wang, M. Kowal, W. Sun, S. Cho, and R. Rizvi (UCLA)

15:00

566

Supercapacitors – T. Chowdhury and H. Grebel (New Jersey Institute of Technology)

15:20

541

(Invited) A Highly Durable Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell Catalyst Based on Double-Polymer-Coated Carbon Nanotubes – N. Nakashima (Dept Applied Chem. & WPII2CNER, Kyushu University) and T. Fujigaya (Dept Applied Chem. & WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University, JST-PREST)

15:40

568

Physical Entrainment Versus Chemical Binding: Carbon Nanofoam, Metal Nanoparticles, and the Role of Thiophene Linkers – J. F. Parker (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), J. M. Wallace (Nova Research Inc.), N. L. Brandell (STEP physical science aide at US Naval Research Laboratory), and D. R. Rolison (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory)

16:00

569

Influence of Steam Pretreatment on Surface and Electrochemical Properties of Activated Carbon Electrode: High Performance Supercapacitors – Z. Y. Li, P. T. M. Bui, M. S. Akhtar, and O. B. Yang (CHONBUK NATIONAL UNIVERSITY)

(Invited) Completely Organic Carbon Nanostructured Thermoelectric Thin Films with Power Factors Exceeding Bismuth Telluride – J. Grunlan, C. Yu, C. Cho, and G. Moriarty (Texas A&M University)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

(Invited) Thermoelectric Properties of Semiconducting Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Networks – A. J. Ferguson (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), A. D. Avery (Metropolitan State University of Denver), B. Norton-Baker, B. Zhou (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), J. Lee, E. S. Lee (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), E. M. Miller, R. Ihly (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), D. Wesenberg (University of Denver), K. S. Mistry (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), S. L. Guillot (University of Wisconsin-Madison), B. L. Zink (University of Denver), Y. H. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), and J. L. Blackburn (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

Solar and Thermal Energy Conversion II – 14:00 – 14:40 Co-Chair: Benjamin S. Flavel

Break

10:00

10:40

11:40

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08:20


B02

Carbon Nanostructures in Medicine and Biology

10:20

597

Photoluminescent Carbon Nanotubes Interrogate the Permeability of Multicellular Tumor Spheroids – Y. Shamay, P. V. Jena, J. Shah, D. Roxbury, N. Paknejad (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), and D. A. Heller (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University)

10:40

598

Raman Imaging of Cells Using AntibodyDerived Carbon Nanotubes Nanoprobes – R. O. Nascimento, N. Tang, C. Allard, M. Nguyen (Université de Montréal), M. Birlea (Institute for Research in Immunology and Cancer), L. Gaboury (Institute for Research in Immunology and Cancer, Université de Montréal), and R. Martel (Université de Montréal)

11:00

599

Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes (SWCNTs) for Protein Engineering Applications – S. J. Wu, V. Zubkovs, and A. A. Boghossian (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne)

11:20

600

Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes for the Quantification of Biomarkers in Biofluids – J. D. Harvey (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University), H. Baker (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), X. Li (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University), P. V. Jena (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), and D. A. Heller (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University)

11:40

601

Engineering Graphene for Neural Sensing and Stimulation Applications – H. Lyu (University of California San Diego), Y. Lu (University of Pennsylvania), and D. Kuzum (University of California San Diego)

Nanocarbons Aqua 311 A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Monday, May 30

Nanocarbon Optoelectronic Properties for Biomedicine I – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chair: Tatiana Da Ros 08:00

591

(Invited) Spectral Triangulation: A Novel 3D Method for Locating Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes In Vivo – C. W. Lin, R. B. Weisman, S. M. Bachilo, M. Vu, and K. M. Beckingham (Rice University)

08:20

592

(Invited) Deep Tissue Fluorescence Imaging in the Second Near-Infrared Window (NIR-II Window) Using Carbon Nanotubes – G. Hong (Stanford University, Harvard University), S. Diao, and H. Dai (Stanford University)

08:40

09:00

09:20

593

594

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09:40

Carbon Nanotube Photoluminescence Modulation for Bioanalytical Measurements – D. A. Heller (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University), P. V. Jena, D. Roxbury, J. Budhathoki-Uprety, R. M. Williams, Y. Shamay, J. Shah (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), J. D. Harvey (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University), C. Horoszko (Weill Cornell Medical College), R. E. Langenbacher (Weill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University), and T. V. Galassi (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University) (Invited) Wrapped up in Nanotubes: Probing Photoluminescence Dynamics of Wrapped Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes (SWCNTs) – A. A. Boghossian (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne) Imaging and Spectroscopy of Carbon Nanotube Optical Reporters to Probe Biological Environments – P. V. Jena, D. Roxbury (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), T. V. Galassi (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University), C. Horoszko (Weill Cornell Medical College), J. BudhathokiUprety (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), J. D. Harvey, and D. A. Heller (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University) Break

Nanocarbon Optoelectronic Properties for Biomedicine III – 14:00 – 16:20 Co-Chair: Daniel A. Heller 14:00

602

(Invited) Differential Sub-Cellular Processing of Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes Via Interfacial Modification – M. F. Islam (Carnegie Mellon University)

14:20

603

(Invited) Multiphoton Imaging of CarbonBased Nanomaterials – S. J. Corr, S. A. Curley (Baylor College of Medicine), and L. J. Wilson (Rice University Department of Chemistry)

14:40

604

Sub-Cellular Localization of Photoluminescent Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes in Human Cancer Cells – J. Budhathoki-Uprety (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), R. E. Langenbacher (Weill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University), P. V. Jena, D. Roxbury (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), and D. A. Heller (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University)

15:00

605

Engineering Smart Wrappings for Next Generation Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube (SWCNT) Sensors – J. Kupis-Rozmyslowicz (École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)), V. Zubkovs (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne), S. Ravi (École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)), and A. A. Boghossian (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne)

Nanocarbon Optoelectronic Properties for Biomedicine II – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chair: Ardemis Anoush Boghossian 10:00

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(Invited) In Vivo Carbon Nanotube Sensors – N. M. Iverson (University of Nebraska Lincoln), G. Bisker, E. Farias (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), V. Ivanov (California Institute of Technology), J. Ahn, P. W. Barone (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), M. Shandell (Columbia University), L. J. Trudel (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), S. Sen (Middle East Technical University), F. Sen (Dumlupinar University), E. Atolia (Stanford University), G. N. Wogan, and M. S. Strano (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


606

Carbon Microelectrodes for Real Time Osteoporosis Drug Screenings – C. Caviglia, G. Panagia, S. Hemanth, Y. Mohamed Hassan, and S. S. Keller (Technical University of Denmark)

15:40

607

Biomarker Detection By Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Optical Bandgap Modulation – R. M. Williams, C. Lee (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), T. V. Galassi (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), J. Harvey (Weill Cornell Medicine, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), M. Sirenko (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Cornell University), J. Shah (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), and D. A. Heller (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center)

16:00

B07

608

Inorganic/Organic Nanohybrids for Energy Conversion

09:40

08:00

798

(Invited) Artificial Photosynthesis Using AllSoild-State Photocatalysts -Photocatalytic Conversion of CO2 By H2O As an Electron Donor – K. Teramura (Department of Molecular Engineering, Kyoto University)

08:20

799

(Invited) Photophysics of Hybrid Semiconductor Nanostructures in Photocatalytic Hydrogen Generation – M. Kuno (university of notre dame)

08:40

800

(Invited) Size- and Composition-Dependent Photocatalytic Activity of ZnS-AgInS2 Solid Solution Nanoparticles – T. Torimoto, Y. Kamiya, T. Kameyama (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University), and S. Kuwabata (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University) (Invited) Photoinduced Electron Transfer Processes of Trifluorinated Molecules Dispersed in Conjugated Polymer Films and at Interfaces with Swcnts – G. Rumbles (University of Colorado - Boulder, National Renewable Energy Laboratory), J. L. Blackburn, R. Ihly (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), O. Reid (University of Colorado at Boulder), J. Park (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), S. H. Strauss, O. V. Boltalina (Colorado State University), and D. C. Coffey (Warren Wilson College)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

(Invited) Kinetics of Photocatalytic Multielectron Transfer By Nanoparticles of Bare or Catalyst-Loaded Titania – B. Ohtani (Institute for Catalysis, Hokkaido University, Graduate School of Environmental Science, Hokkaido Univ), S. Takeuchi (Graduate School of Environmental Science, Hokkaido Univ.), M. Takase (Graduate School of Engineering, Muroran Institute of Tech, Institute for Catalysis, Hokkaido University), and M. Takashima (Institute for Catalysis, Hokkaido University, Graduate School of Engineering, Hokkaido Univ.) Break

Hybrid Solar Cells – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Hiroshi Imahori and Prashant V. Kamat 10:00

803

(Invited) ­­­Stable and Durable CH3NH3PbI3 Perovskite Solar Cells at Ambient Conditions – M. K. Sunkara (Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research), S. Kumari (University of Louisville), V. K. Vendra (University of Louisville, Chemical Engineering), T. Druffel (Conn Center for Renewable Energy), J. Spurgeon, and B. W. Lavery (University of Louisville)

10:20

804

(Invited) Long Term Stability of Antimony Sulfide-Based Hybrid Solar Cells – A. Hayakawa (Sekisui Chemical Co., Ltd.) and T. Sagawa (Kyoto University)

10:40

805

(Invited) Chemical Approach for Improving Perovskite Solar Cell Performance – H. Imahori (Kyoto University)

11:00

806

(Invited) Control of Film Morphology, Crystal Structure and Band Energy for Perovskite Solar Cells – E. W. G. Diau, C. M. Tsai, and H. P. Wu (National Chiao Tung University)

11:20

807

(Invited) Photovoltaic Aspects of Organic Lead Halide Perovskites – P. V. Kamat (University of Notre Dame), J. S. Manser (Notre Dame Radiation Laboratory), and S. Yoon (University of Notre Dame)

11:40

808

(Invited) Hybrid Organic/Inorganic BismuthBased Materials for Solution-Processed ThinFilm Photovoltaics – D. M. Fabian and S. Ardo (University of California, Irvine)

Nanocarbons / Energy Technology Aqua 314, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

801

802

Probing DNA Conformational Changes in Real Time Using Single-Molecule Electronic Sensors Based on Carbon Nanotube FieldEffect Transistors – D. Bouilly, J. Hon, N. S. Daly, S. Trocchia, S. Vernick, S. Warren, K. L. Shepard, R. L. Gonzalez Jr., and C. Nuckolls (Columbia University)

Photocatalysts – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Bunsho Ohtani and Tsukasa Torimoto

09:00

09:20

Sensitized Solar Cells – 14:00 – 15:40 Co-Chairs: Vaidyanathan Subramanian and Ching-Yao Lin 14:00

809

(Invited) Functionalized Pi-Extended porphyrins As Sensitizer for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells – H. Wang, L. Kerr, R. G. W. Jinadasa, B. Li, B. Schmitz, A. Matus, and Y. Hu (Miami University)

14:20

810

(Invited) How Beneficial Is Reduced Graphene Oxide (RGO) for Long-Term Photo Generated Charge Transport in Inorganic Oxide - Rgo Nanocomposites? a Case Study of Bismuth Titnate - Rgo Films? – J. Selvaraj (Univ of Nevada), S. Gupta (Univ. of Nevada), S. Fiechter (Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin, Institute for Solar Fuels), and V. Subramanian (University of Nevada, Reno)

71

Monday, May 30

15:20


14:40

811

(Invited) Infra-Red Photoresponse of Mesoscopic NiO-Based Solar Cells Sensitized with PbS Quantum Dot – F. Odobel, M. Raissi, Y. Pellegrin (CNRS), and M. Boujtita (Nantes University)

15:00

812

(Invited) Insight into D-a-Pi-a Featured Organic Sensitizers – W. Zhu (Institute Fine Chemicals, East China Uni. Sci. & Technol.)

Monday, May 30

B08

Porphyrins, Phthalocyanines, and Supramolecular Assemblies Nanocarbons Aqua 314, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

10:40

894

Renewable Carbon Sources and Novel Technologies for the Manufacturing of Carbide Parts – R. Martinez-Duarte (Clemson University)

11:00

895

Towards Additive Manufacturing of Tungsten Carbide Using Renewable Resources – M. Islam and R. Martinez-Duarte (Clemson University)

11:20

896

Synthesis of Tungsten Carbide from Bacterial Cellulose – M. Islam and R. Martinez-Duarte (Clemson University)

11:40

897

Synthesis of Titanium Carbide through Carbothermal Reduction of Titanium Oxide Nanoparticles and Renewable Biopolymers – J. P. Flach (Clemson University), P. H. Figueiredo de Lima (Clemson University, Brazilian scientific mobility program student), J. C. Sparks, M. Islam, and R. MartinezDuarte (Clemson University)

Porphyrins, Phthalocyanines and Supramolecular Assemblies – 15:40 – 16:00 Co-Chair: Nathalie Solladie 15:40

B09

819

(Invited) Mechanisms of Branching Reactions in Melanin Formation - Ab Initio Quantum Chemistry Approach – R. Kishida (Department of Applied Physics, Osaka University) and H. Kasai (National Institute of Technology, Akashi College)

Engineering Carbon Hybrids - Carbon Electronics 2

Dielectric Science and Technology / Battery / Electronics and Photonics / Nanocarbons / Sensor Aqua 311 B, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Advances on the Fabrication of Carbon-based Sensors and Actuators – 14:00 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Dipankar Bandyopadhyay and Fatimah Ibrahim 14:00

898

Pyrolysis Process Optimization for SU8Derived Carbon Structures – B. Pramanick (Tecnologico de Monterrey, University of California Irvine), V. H. Perez-Gonzalez (Tecnológico de Monterrey), S. O. MartinezChapa (Tecnologico de Monterrey), and M. J. Madou (University of California, Irvine)

Nanocarbons – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Rodrigo Martinez-Duarte and Nina Fechler 08:00

888

(Keynote) 2D+1D and 2D+0D Hybrid Nanostructures and Their Applications in Electrochemical Energy Storage – M. Zhao, M. Alhabeb (Drexel University), and Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University, A. J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute)

14:20

899

Effect of Gases during Pyrolysis on Physical and Electrochemical Properties of SU-8 Photoresist Derived Carbon Film – S. B. Abd Hamid, P. K. Lee, F. Ibrahim (University of Malaya), and M. J. Madou (University of California, Irvine)

08:40

889

Micro- and Mesoporous Carbons and Composites: Nanopores through Salt Templating – N. Fechler, T. Jordan, C. Mbaya Mani, and M. Antonietti (Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces)

14:40

900

Shrinkage Analysis for Carbon Microstructures Derived from SU-8 Photoresist – R. Natu, M. Islam, and R. Martinez-Duarte (Clemson University)

15:00

890

901

09:00

Synthesis of Oxide-Anchored Graphene Sheets By Electrochemical Exfoliation – C. H. Lai, X. Zhou, H. S. Kim, and B. Dunn (University of California - Los Angeles)

Pyrolysed Carbon Microelectrodes for Impedance Based Cell Sensing – Y. Mohamed Hassan, C. Caviglia, S. Hemanth, D. Mackenzie, D. Hjorth Petersen, and S. S. Keller (Technical University of Denmark)

09:20

891

Chemistry at the Dirac Point: Organometallic Hexahapto (η6) Complexation Chemistry of Graphene – S. Sarkar (University of California Riverside)

15:20

902

Fabrication of Biocompatible Hollow Microneedle Using C-MEMS Process for Transdermal Drug Delivery – B. Pramanick (University of California Irvine), S. O. Martinez-Chapa (Tecnologico de Monterrey), and M. J. Madou (University of California, Irvine)

15:40

903

Plasma Direct-Writing As a Mean for Selective Surface Functionalization of Carbon Electrodes in Biosensing – A. Thiha, F. Ibrahim, S. B. Abd Hamid (University of Malaya), and M. J. Madou (University of California, Irvine)

16:00

904

3D Carbon-MEMS a Potent Molecular Recognition Platform for the Detection of DNA Molecule – M. M. Rahman, S. B. Abd Hamid, F. Ibrahim (University of Malaya), and M. J. Madou (University of California, Irvine)

09:40

Break

Synthesis of Carbon-based Materials from Renewable Resources – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chair: Sharifah Bee Abd Hamid 10:00

892

Simple and Economic Paper Based Graphitic Touch-Pad for Multipurpose Applications – M. Bhattacharjee and D. Bandyopadhyay (IIT Guwahati)

10:20

893

Fabrication, Characterization, Modification, and Application of Carbons Electrodes Derived from Paper – C. D. Garcia, T. E. Benavidez (Clemson University), G. Duran, A. Rios (Universidad de Castilla - La Mancha), J. Giuliani (UT San Antonio), F. Comba (UN Cordoba - Argentina), and E. Evans (UT San Antonio)

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Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


11:30

989

Control of the Surface Chemistry of Magnetron-Deposited Silicon Nitride Etched with Various Wet Treatments – M. Brunet (CNRS - Ecole Polytechnique, Saint-Gobain Recherche), A. C. Gouget-Laemmel (CNRS - Ecole Polytechnique), D. Aureau (Institut Lavoisier de Versailles), F. Guillemot (SaintGobain Recherche), A. Etcheberry (Institut Lavoisier Versailles), and F. Ozanam (CNRS - Ecole Polytechnique)

11:50

990

Dual ICP Si Etching and Vapor Deposition Polymerization Liner for Backside Via-Last TSV Packaging Process Integration – Y. Morikawa (ULVAC,Inc.)

12:10

991

RT Atomic Layer Deposition of ZrO2 By Using Plasma Excited Water Vapor – K. Kanomata (Yamagata University, CREST, JST), K. Tokoro, T. Imai, P. P. Pansila, M. Miura (Yamagata University), B. Ahmmad (Yamagata University,, CREST, JST), S. Kubota (Yamagata University, CREST, JST), K. Hirahara (Yamagata University), and F. Hirose (Yamagata University, CREST, JST)

Dielectric Science and Technology / Electronics and Photonics / Energy Technology / Luminescence and Display Materials / Nanocarbons / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Sensor Sapphire 410 A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront Dielectrics in Memory Systems – 08:25 – 10:30 Co-Chairs: Daniel Bauza, Zhi David Chen, and Yaw S. Obeng 08:25 08:30

09:00

983 984

09:30 09:50

10:10

985

986

Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Leti and Its Memory Advanced Demonstrators for Material Exploration – L. Perniola (CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus) (Invited) Floating Gate Type SOI-Finfet Flash Memories with Different Channel Shapes and Interpoly Dielectric Materials – Y. Liu (National Institute of AIST), T. Nabatame (National Institute for Materials Science), T. Matsukawa, K. Endo (National Institute of AIST), S. O’uchi (AIST), W. Mizubayashi, Y. Morita, S. Migita, H. Ota (National Institute of AIST), T. Chikyow (National Institute for Materials Science), and M. Masahara (National Institute of AIST) Intermission Characterization of SiOx/HfOx bilayer Resistive-Switching Memory Devices – Y. C. Chen, X. Wu, M. Guo, Y. F. Chang, F. Zhou (The University of Texas at Austin), B. Fowler (PrivaTran LLC), and J. C. Lee (University of Texas at Austin) Characterization of Porous Beol Dielectrics for Resistive Switching – M. K. Orlowski (ECE Department Virginia Tech), Y. Fan (Virginia Tech ECE Department), S. W. King (Intel Corporation), and J. Bielefeld (Intel Inc, Logic Technology Development Lab)

Devices and Dielectrics – 14:00 – 15:50 Co-Chairs: Clement Merckling and Junichi Murota 14:00

992

(invited) Gate-All-Around Nanowire FETs Vs. Triple-Gate Finfets: On Gate Integrity and Device Characteristics – A. Veloso, M. J. Cho, E. Simoen, G. Hellings, P. Matagne, N. Collaert, and A. Thean (Imec)

14:30

993

Lateral Non-Uniformity Reduction By Compensatory Metal Embedded in Mos Structure with Ultra-Thin Anodic Oxide – J. Y. Chen, W. C. Kao, and J. G. Hwu (National Taiwan University)

14:50 Intermission 15:00

994

(Invited) Control of Thermally-Grown SiO2/4H-SiC Mos Interface Properties and Its Impact on Mosfet Performances – K. Kita, H. Hirai, Y. Fujino, and H. Kajifusa (The University of Tokyo)

15:30

995

A Comprehensive Analytical Study of Subthreshold Swing for Cylindrical Gate-AllAround Junctionless Field Effect Transistor – I. Ahmed and Q. D. M. Khosru (Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology)

Dielectric and Substrate Processing – 10:30 – 12:30 Co-Chairs: Luca Perniola and Yongxun Liu 10:30

11:00

987

988

(Invited) III-V Selective Area Growth on Si: From Logic to Photonic Applications – C. Merckling, Z. Liu, S. Jiang (imec), M. Hsu (imec, Gent. Univ), S. Hasan (imec), S. El Kazzi (IMEC), G. Boccardi (Imec), N. Waldron (imec), Z. Wang, B. Tian (Ghent Univ.), M. Pantouvaki, J. Van Campenhout (imec), N. Collaert (Imec), M. Heyns (KU Leuven), D. Van Thourhout (Ghent Univ.), W. Vandervorst (imec), and A. Thean (Imec) (Invited) Atomically Controlled Processing for Si and Ge CVD Epitaxial Growth – J. Murota (Tohoku University, Japan), Y. Yamamoto, I. Costina (IHP, Germany), B. Tillack (IHP, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany), V. Le Thanh (Université Aix Marseille, France), R. Loo, and M. Caymax (imec, Belgium)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

D04

Plasma and Thermal Processes for Materials Modification, Synthesis and Processing

Dielectric Science and Technology / High Temperature Materials / Sensor Aqua 309, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Plasma and Thermal Processes for Materials Modification, Synthesis and Processing 1 – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Sreeram Vaddiraju, Uros Cvelbar, and Peter Mascher 08:00

Welcoming Remarks

08:05

1059

(Invited) Plasma-Based Technology for Mass Production of Graphene and Other 2D Layered Materials – M. Keidar (George Washington University)

08:45

1060

(Invited) Plasma Modification of Graphene Based Materials and Its Applications in Water Treatment – H. Y. Yang (Singapore University of Technology and Design) 73

Monday, May 30

D01

Dielectrics for Nanosystems 7: Materials Science, Processing, Reliability, and Manufacturing -and- Solid State Topics General Session


09:25

1061

10:05

Monday, May 30

10:20

11:00

11:40

1062

1063

1064

(Invited) Plasma Synthesis and Structural Control for Carbon Nanowalls for Novel Nano-Bio Devices – H. Kondo, M. Hori (Nagoya University), and M. Hiramatsu (Meijo University) Break (Invited) Microwave Plasmas Applied for Synthesis of Free-Standing Carbon Nanostructures at Atmospheric Pressure Conditions – E. Tatarova, J. Henriques, A. Dias (IPFN, Instituto Superior Tecnico, UL), M. Abrashev (Faculty of Physics, Sofia University), N. Bundaleski (University of Belgrade), and E. Felizardo (IPFN, Instituto Superior Tecnico, UL) Production of N-Graphene By Microwave N2-Ar Plasmas (invited) – J. Henriques, E. Tatarova, A. Dias, F. Dias (IPFN, Instituto Superior Tecnico, UL), N. Bundaleski (University of Belgrade), M. Abrashev (Faculty of Physics, Sofia University), E. Felizardo (IPFN, Instituto Superior Tecnico, UL), and U. Cvelbar (Jozef Stefan Institute)

13:45

1065

(Invited) Plasma-Liquid Interactions for Nanoparticle Synthesis, Functionalization and Biomedical Interactions – P. J. Bruggeman (University of Minnesota)

14:25

1066

(Invited) Nanostructures Growth By Oxidation of Metallic Alloy Thin Films with Atmospheric Pressure Remote Plasma – A. Imam (Université de Lorraine), T. Gries (CNRS, Université de Lorraine Institut Jean Lamour), K. Hussein (Lebanese University), M. Amati (Elettra - Sincrotrone Trieste), and T. Belmonte (Université de Lorraine - Institut Jean Lamour, CNRS)

15:05 Intermission

15:40

74

1067

1068

Plasma Spray Pyrolysis: A Rapid, Scalable Method for Making Mixed Metal Oxide Alloys for Enabling Accelerated Materials Discovery – M. K. Sunkara (Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research), B. Ajayi, S. Kumari, J. Spurgeon, J. B. Jasinski, and D. Jaramillo-Cabanzo (University of Louisville) Plasma As a Tool for Growth of 1D and 2D Nanomaterials and Their Conversions – U. Cvelbar, G. Filipič (Jozef Stefan Institute), and M. K. Sunkara (Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research)

More-than-Moore 3

Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology / Sensor Aqua 307, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Sensors and Connectivity – 08:45 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Yaw S. Obeng and Toshiro Hiramoto 08:45

Welcoming Remarks

08:50

Introductory Remarks

09:00

1146

(Invited) Pixel-Parallel CMOS Image Sensors with 16-Bit AD Converters Developed By 3-D Integration of SOI Layers with Au/SiO2 Hybrid Bonding – M. Goto, K. Hagiwara, Y. Honda, M. Nanba, Y. Iguchi (NHK Science and Technology Research Laboratories), T. Saraya, M. Kobayashi, E. Higurashi, H. Toshiyoshi, and T. Hiramoto (The University of Tokyo)

09:40

1147

(Invited) A 1mG MEMS Sensor – D. Yamane (CREST, JST, Tokyo Institute of Technology), T. Konishi (NTT Advanced Technology Corporation), H. Toshiyoshi (CREST, JST, The University of Tokyo), K. Masu (CREST, JST, Tokyo Institute of Technology), and K. Machida (NTT Advanced Technology Corporation, Tokyo Institute of Technology)

10:20

1148

Wavelength and Intensity Effects on Light Sensing of a-Si:H Pin Diode – K. Kim and Y. Kuo (Texas A&M University)

(Invited) Magnetron Sputtering for Deposition of Photocatalyst Nanostructures on Transparent Conductive Oxides for Solar Applications – A. Kruth (INP Greifswald)

Plasma and Thermal Processes for Materials Modification, Synthesis and Processing 2 – 13:45 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Sreeram Vaddiraju, Dennis W. Hess, and Uros Cvelbar

15:20

G01

10:40

Break

11:00

1149

(Invited) Carbon Nanotube Field Effect Transistor for Biological Detection in Liquids – N. O. V. Plank, H. Y. Zheng, O. A. Alsager, and J. M. Hodgkiss (Victoria University of Wellington)

11:40

1150

Electrochemical Characterization of Synthetic Hybrid DNA Molecular Wires – A. Golkar Narenji (San Diego Sate University), N. Goshi (San Diego State University), M. Coste, D. Burns, R. Lee, K. Ngo, B. Purse (San Diego Sate University), and S. Kassegne (Center for Sensorimotor and Neural Engineering)

Materials and Fabrication – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Peter Hesketh and Yaw S. Obeng 14:00

1151

(Invited) Engineering Interfaces for Added Functionality of Nanoelectronics – C. A. Hacker, S. Pookpanratana (National Institute of Standards and Technology), H. J. Jang (NIST), and C. A. Richter (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

14:40

1152

(Invited) Fabrication of Implantable Glucose Fuel Cells on Silicon Wafers – R. Cabrera (MIT Lincoln Laboratory), I. Weaver (MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), A. Banerjee (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), R. Sarpeshkar (Dartmouth College, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and T. Thorsen (MIT Lincoln Laboratory)

15:20

1153

(Invited) More Than Moore Applications with Thin-Film-Transistors Substrates from LCD: New Devices for Biological Cells Analyses – A. Tixier-Mita, S. Ihida, G. A. Cathcart, F. A. Shaik (The University of Tokyo), and H. Toshiyoshi (CREST, JST) Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


15:00

1171

(Invited) Intrinsic Reliability Assessment of 650V Rated AlGaN/GaN Based Power Devices : An Industry Perspective – P. Moens, A. Banerjee, P. Coppens, M. Caear, A. Constant, Z. Li, S. Vandeweghe, F. Declercq, B. Padmanabhan, W. Jeon, J. Guo, A. Salih, M. Tack (ON Semiconductor), M. Meneghini (University of Padova), S. Dalcanale, G. Meneghesso (University of Padova, Italy), E. Zanoni (University of Padova), M. Uren, S. Karboyan (University of Bristol, UK), and M. Kuball (University of Bristol)

15:40

1172

Dark Current Suppression of Germanium Photodiode Using Metal-InterlayerSemiconductor-Metal Structure with TiO2 interlayer – H. J. Zang and H. Y. Yu (Korea University)

Electronics and Photonics Indigo 206, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Keynote – 08:30 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Vijay Narayanan and Fred Roozeboom 08:30 08:40

1164

09:40

Welcoming Remarks (Keynote) Challenges of 10 Nm and 7 Nm CMOS for Server and Mobile Applications – R. Divakaruni (International Business Machines) Break

New Device Architectures – 10:00 – 12:20 Co-Chair: Kuniyuki Kakushima

H01

Wide Bandgap Semiconductor Materials and Devices 17

10:00

1165

(Invited) for Iot Applications – J. Schaeffer III (GLOBALFOUNDRIES)

10:40

1166

Introduce the High Selectivity Etching with Novel SiNx Etch Gas in Fabrication Process of Finfet Structure – T. Kojiri, T. Suwa, K. Hashimoto, A. Teramoto, R. Kuroda, and S. Sugawa (Tohoku University)

Electronics and Photonics Division Award Address Session – 08:20 – 09:00 Co-Chair: John M. Zavada

11:00

1167

(Invited) Vertical Nanowire FET Integration and Device Aspects – A. Veloso, E. Altamirano-Sánchez, S. Brus, B. T. Chan, M. Dehan, C. Delvaux, K. Devriendt, G. Eneman, M. Ercken, T. Huynh Bao, T. Ivanov, P. Matagne, C. Merckling, V. Paraschiv, S. Ramesh, E. Rosseel, A. Sibaja-Hernandez, S. Suhard, Z. Tao, E. Vecchio, N. Waldron, D. Yakimets, K. De Meyer, D. Mocuta, N. Collaert, and A. Thean (Imec)

Wide Bandgap Nitride Devices – 09:00 – 09:50 Co-Chair: John M. Zavada

11:40

1168

22FDXTM

(Invited) Evaluation of Stacked Nanowires Transistors for CMOS: Performance and Technology Opportunities – L. Gaben (STMicroelectronics, Crolles, France, CEALETI MINATEC Campus), S. Barraud (CEALETI MINATEC Campus), M. P. Samson (STMicroelectronics, Crolles, France), M. A. Jaud, S. Martinie, O. Rozeau, J. Lacord, C. Vizioz (CEA-LETI MINATEC Campus), C. Arvet, J. Bustos (STMicroelectronics, Crolles, France), J. A. Dallery (VISTEC ELECTRON BEAM GmbH), S. Pauliac, C. Euvrard-Colnat, V. Balan, C. Perrot, V. Loup, P. Besson (CEALETI MINATEC Campus), S. Monfray, F. Boeuf, T. Skotnicki (STMicroelectronics), F. Balestra (Grenoble INP-Minatec/CNRS), and M. Vinet (CEA-LETI MINATEC Campus)

08:20

09:00

Electronics and Photonics Aqua 310 B, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

1210

1211

09:30

1169

(Invited) Progress in Process Technologies for SiC Power Devices – T. Kimoto (Dept. of Electronic Sci. & Eng., Kyoto University)

14:20

1170

(Invited) Effect of Low Carbon Concentration on Bulk Lifetime of Silicon Crystal – M. Higasa, Y. Nagai, S. Nakagawa, and K. Kashima (GlobalWafers Japan Co., Ltd.)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

(Electronics and Photonics Division Award) High Power Nitride Based Field Effect Transistors – M. Shur (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

(Invited) Basic Properties of h-BN Epilayers – H. Jiang and J. Lin (Texas Tech University) Break

Intersection of III-V and IV – 09:50 – 12:30 Co-Chair: Travis J. Anderson 09:50

1212

(Invited) Diamond - the Unknowns and Challenges to Make It Work for GaN Electronics – M. Kuball, J. Anaya, D. Liu, R. Baranyai, H. Sun, and J. W. Pomeroy (University of Bristol)

10:20

1213

(Invited) Challenges and Opportunities for GaN on Diamond Devices – S. Graham (Georgia Institute of Technology)

10:50

1214

(Invited) Electrothermal Performance Optimization of III-Nitride Hemts Capped with Nanocrystalline Diamond – M. J. Tadjer, T. J. Anderson, T. I. Feygelson, K. D. Hobart (Naval Research Laboratory), M. G. Ancona (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), A. D. Koehler (Naval Research Laboratory), J. K. Hite, V. D. Wheeler (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), B. B. Pate, F. J. Kub (Naval Research Laboratory), and C. R. Eddy Jr. (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory)

High Voltage Electronics/Photonics – 13:40 – 16:00 Co-Chair: P. J. Timans 13:40

Monday, May 30

G02

Silicon Compatible Materials, Processes, and Technologies for Advanced Integrated Circuits and Emerging Applications 6

11:20 11:40

1215

Break (Invited) Heterogeneous Integration of III-V Semiconductors on Silicon for Electronics – R. Lee (Globalfoundries, GLOBALFOUNDRIES)

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12:10

1216

Investigation of Nucleation and Intermixing at Hetero-Interface in III-Nitride-4H-SiC Structures – R. W. Enck (US Army Research Laboratory), A. V. Sampath (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), R. Chung, D. B. Knorr Jr., G. A. Garrett, and M. L. Reed (US Army Research Laboratory)

11:10

1273

An Multifuntional Micro-Pump for Sample Selection Based on Low-Voltage Electrokinetic Mechanism – Y. J. Liao, S. C. Lin, C. H. Gao, and C. T. Lin (National Taiwan University)

11:25

1274

A Novel and Robust Packaing Technology for Miniaturized FET-Based Biosensors with Microfluidic Channels – C. P. Hsu, P. C. Chen, and Y. L. Wang (National Tsing Hua University)

Monday, May 30

Nitride Devices I – 13:40 – 16:00 Co-Chair: Marko J. Tadjer 13:40

1217

(Invited) Effects of Off-State Stress Voltage and Time on the Recovery of on-Resistance (Ron) of AlGaN/GaN MIS-Hemts – J. I. Chyi and C. C. Shiue (National Central University)

14:10

1218

(Invited) The Use of Sub-Bandgap Optical Pumping to Identify Defects in AlGaN/GaN High Electron Mobility Transistors – F. Ren (University of Florida)

14:30

1219

Effects of Charge Passivation on GaN HEMT – S. C. Liu, C. K. Huang (National Chiao Tung University), and E. Y. Chang (National Chiao-Tung University)

15:00

1220

Comparison of SiNx and AlN Passivations for AlGaN/GaN Hemts – S. Yang, L. Lei, K. Yu, A. Zhang (Xi’an Jiaotong University), and K. J. Chen (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

15:20

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Characterization of GaN Device Interconnect Metallization Reliability – S. Kilgore, D. Hill, and B. Green (NXP Semiconductor, Inc.)

Solid-State Electronics and Photonics in Biology and Medicine 3 Electronics and Photonics / Sensor Sapphire 411 B, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Optical Biosensors – 13:30 – 16:00 Co-Chair: Chih-Ting Lin 13:30

1275

(Invited) Integration of Functional Coatings with Fiber Optics for Chemical and Medical Sensing Applications – M. Yang, F. Xiang, and J. Dai (Wuhan University of Technology)

14:00

1276

(Invited) A Frequency Domain Optofluidics Dissolved Oxygen Sensor with Enhanced Sensitivity for Water Monitoring – E. Mahoney, F. Du, H. Hsu, R. Selvaganapathy, and Q. Fang (McMaster University)

14:30 Break 14:45

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(Invited) A Versatile Fabrication Platform for Rapid Prototyping of Biosensors – C. Gabardo, C. Adams-McGavin, J. Yang, B. Fung, N. Smith, and L. Soleymani (McMaster University)

15:15

1278

(Invited) Modulating the Activity of Protein Functionalized Gold Nanoparticles – F. Liu, H. Wang, L. Yuan, and H. Chen (Soochow University)

15:45

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Use of Metal Nanostructure Arrays to Develop Flexible Biosensors for Rapid Point-of-Care Diagnosis Device – D. Wan, S. Y. Li, and S. Y. Yi (BME, National Tsing Hua University)

FET-based Biosensors & Microfluidics – 08:00 – 11:40 Co-Chair: Yu-Lin Wang 08:00 08:05

08:35

09:05

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Nanoelectronic Heterodyne Sensor: A New Electronic Sensing Paradigm – Z. Zhong (University of Michigan) (Invited) Electrostatic and Electrochemical Nature of Liquid-Gated Electric-Double-Layer Transistors Based on Oxide Semiconductors – H. Yuan (Geballe Lab. for Advanced Materials, Stanford University) (Invited) An Electrical Pulse in the CNT Network Based Biosensor Platform – J. Lim, H. Lee, S. Choi, and Y. J. Park (Seoul National University)

Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics 10

High Temperature Materials / Energy Technology Indigo Ballroom C, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

MIEC Based Devices – 09:00 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Mogens Bjerg Mogensen and Xiao-Dong Zhou 09:00

1270

(Invited) Why Are Nanowire Biofets More Sensitive Than Their Large-Scale Counterparts? – K. Shoorideh and C. O. Chui (UCLA)

10:25

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(Invited) Oxide Neuron Transistor for HighPerformance Biochemical Sensors – Q. Wan, N. Liu, and Y. Shi (Nanjing University)

10:55

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Direct Detection of NT- Pro BNP As a Cardiac Biomarker Using High Electron Mobility Transistors in Physiological Salt Environment – A. Regmi, I. Sarangadharan, Y. W. Chen, C. P. Hsu, and Y. L. Wang (National Tsing Hua University)

Introductory Remarks

09:05

1345

The ARPA-E REBELS Program: Advances and Challenges after 1.5 Years of Research – P. S. Albertus, G. S. Soloveichik, J. R. Tuttle (Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E)), S. J. Litzelman, and M. J. Pouy (Booz Allen Hamilton)

09:25

1346

(Science for Solving Society’s Problems Challenge Grant Winner) Sustainable Water Treatment Using an SOFC-Based Combined Heat and Power System – T. H. Hays and E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland)

Break

09:55

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1347

Electrochemical and Mechanical Properties of a Newly Designed Anode Supported SOFC – W. Guan, J. Wang, R. Yu (Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology and Engineering), and X. D. Zhou (University of South Carolina)

10:25

1348

Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Technology Development at FCE – A. Torabi, J. Barton, C. Willman, H. Ghezel-Ayagh (FuelCell Energy), and E. Tang (Versa Power Systems) Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


11:05

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Measuring Thermochemical Energy Storage Capacity with Redox Cycles of DopedCaMnO3 – L. Imponenti, K. J. Albrecht, R. J. Braun, and G. S. Jackson (Colorado School of Mines) Mixed Conductors upon Light: On the Way to Solid Oxide Photo-Electrochemical Cells – J. Fleig, G. Brunauer, G. Walch, B. Rotter, M. Kubicek, J. Summhammer, and K. Ponweiser (Vienna University of Technology)

11:25 Break

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Hydrogen and Oxygen Evolution Catalysis for Water Electrolysis 2 Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Indigo 204 A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Opening Remarks and Keynotes – 08:30 – 09:50 Co-Chairs: Hui Xu and Bryan S. Pivovar 08:30 1413

(Invited) Materials Challenges in Advanced Water Splitting Technologies – E. L. Miller, K. Randolph, D. Peterson (U.S. Department of Energy), E. Sutherland (U. S. Department of Energy), N. Rustagi (U.S. Department of Energy, ORISE Fellow), S. Studer (U.S. Department of Energy, EERE Postdoctoral Fellow), and B. Klahr (U. S. Department of Energy)

09:10

1414

(Invited) Fundamental Aspects of Electrocatalysis at Work in Water Electrolysis – S. Gottesfeld (Fuel Cell Consulting, inc.)

Gas Separation Membranes – 11:40 – 15:20 Co-Chairs: Tatsuya Kawada and Kent Kammer Hansen 11:40

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(Invited) Dense Gas Separation Membranes Current Status and Future Challenges – P. V. Hendriksen, S. Ovtar, S. Pirou, A. B. Haugen, W. R. Kiebach, S. Cheng, J. Gurauskis, and A. Kaiser (Technical University of Denmark)

12:20 Break 14:00

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Composite Ceramic-Metallic Hydrogen Separation Membranes: BaCe0.8Y0.2O3-D / Cu – S. Ricote, W. A. Rosensteel, H. Ding (Mechanical Eng. Dept., Colorado School Of Mines), L. Lei, F. Chen (University of South Carolina), and N. P. Sullivan (Mechanical Eng. Dept., Colorado School Of Mines) Study of the Stability and Protonic Transport of BaCe0.8M0.2O3-δ - Ce0.8M0.2O2-δ (M= Y, Eu, Sm, Tb, Gd, Nd ) Dual-Phase Membranes for Operation in Catalytic Membrane Reactors – M. E. Ivanova (Institute of Energy and Climate Research - IEK1), S. Escolastico (Instituto de Tecnología Química (UPV-CSIC) Campus UPV), M. Balaguer, Y. J. Sohn (FZJ, IEK1), J. M. Serra (Instituto de Tecnología Química (UPV-CSIC) Campus UPV), W. A. Meulenberg (Institute for Energy and Climate Research - IEK-1), and O. Guillon (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, IEK-1) Influence of a La0.6Sr0.4CoO3-Delta Functional Layer on (Ba0.5Sr0.5)(Co0.8Fe0.2)O3-Delta Oxygen Transport Membranes (OTMs) – L. S. Unger, M. Meffert (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), V. Wilde, H. Störmer (LEM, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), W. Menesklou, S. F. Wagner (IAM-WET, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)), D. Gerthsen (LEM, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), and E. Ivers-Tiffée (IAM-WET, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)) Oxygen Semi Permeation, Surface Exchange and Oxygen Diffusion Study of CaTi0.9Fe0.1O3-Δ Membrane – C. Salles (Saint Gobain CREE), M. C. Steil, J. Fouletier (LEPMI), J. M. Bassat (ICMCB), and D. Marinha (Saint Gobain CREE)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

Welcoming Remarks

08:40

09:40

Monday, May 30

10:45

Intermission

PEM Electrolysis I – 09:50 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Bryan S. Pivovar and Hui Xu 09:50

1415

(Invited) Oxygen Evolution Catalysts for Water Electrolysis: Challenges and Progress with Extended Surface Ir-Based Catalysts – S. M. Alia, K. Hurst, K. C. Neyerlin, S. S. Kocha (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), C. Ngo, S. Shulda, S. Pylypenko (Colorado School of Mines), and B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

10:20

1416

Nanosized Oer Catalysts with Superior Activity for Anodes of PEM Electrolysis Produced By a Cost-Effective Procedure – A. S. Gago, P. Lettenmeier, L. Wang, and K. A. Friedrich (German Aerospace Center (DLR))

10:40

1417

Durable Membrane Electrode Assemblies (MEA) for Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Electrolyzer Systems Operating at High Current Densities – P. Lettenmeier (German Aerospace Center (DLR)), R. Wang, R. Abouatallah (Hydrogenics Corporation), A. S. Gago, and K. A. Friedrich (German Aerospace Center (DLR))

11:00

1418

Influence of Ionomer Content in IrO2/TiO2 Electrodes on PEM Water Electrolyser Performance – M. Bernt (Technical University of Munich, Bayerisches Zentrum für angewandte Energieforschung) and H. A. Gasteiger (TU München, TEC)

11:20

1419

Investigation and Mitigation of Degradation in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell Due to Cell Reversal Using Oxygen Evolution Catalyst – P. Mandal and S. Litster (Carnegie Mellon University)

11:40

1420

The Impact of Dynamic Anode Hydrogen Starvation on Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell Performance – P. T. Yu (General Motors Company), J. Zhang (GM Global Fuel Cell Activities), E. A. Bonn (General Motors Company), S. Kumaraguru (General Motors, Fuel Cell Activities), and B. Lakshmanan (General Motors Company) 77


PEM Electrolysis II – 13:55 – 16:10 Co-Chairs: Peter Strasser and Brian Rasimick 13:55

(Invited) Ir Oxide-Based Electrocatalysts for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction (OER) in Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Electrolyzers and Acid Photoelectrochemical Cells – P. Strasser (Technical University Berlin)

14:30

1422

Synthesis and Oxygen Evolution Performances of Iridium Oxide Electrocatalysts Supported on Tin Oxides for Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Water Electrolysis – H. Ohno (University of Yamanashi), S. Nohara (Clean Energy Research Center, University of Yamanashi), K. Kakinuma (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi), A. Miyake (Kobelco EcoSolutions Co., Ltd.), S. Deki, M. Watanabe (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi), and H. Uchida (Clean Energy Research Center, University of Yamanashi)

Monday, May 30

1421

14:50

1423

A Pt-Free, Activated Carbon Nanotube Cathode, PEM Water Splitting Electrolyzer – R. K. Das, S. V. Vasilyeva, R. M. Pulido, I. Pucher, M. Turiansky, and A. G. Rinzler (University of Florida, Department of Physics)

15:10

1424

Self-Terminated Electrodeposition of Ultrathin Iridium Film Catalysts – S. H. Ahn (ChungAng University), H. Tan (National Institute of Standards and Technology), Y. Liu (Argonne National Laboratory), L. A. Bendersky, and T. P. Moffat (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

15:50

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1509

Water Distribution Oscillations in a PEMFC Under Low Cathode Humidification: Neutron Imaging and Transient Two-Phase Modeling – D. G. Sanchez (DLR), P. Boillat (Paul Scherrer Institut), J. Biesdorf, A. FornerCuenca (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute), M. Cochet (Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI)), P. A. García-Salaberri, M. Vera (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), and K. A. Friedrich (German Aerospace Center (DLR))

09:00

1510

In Situ Characterization of Novel Gas Diffusion Layers for Advanced Water Management in Fuel Cell – A. Forner-Cuenca, V. Manzi-Orezzoli, J. Biesdorf, L. Gubler (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute), T. J. Schmidt (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute, Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, ETH Zürich), and P. Boillat (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute, NIAG Group, Paul Scherrer Institute)

09:20

1511

Novel Diffusion Layers with Patterned Wettability: Measurement of Capillary Pressure Characteristic with Neutron and Synchrotron Imaging – A. Forner-Cuenca, V. Manzi-Orezzoli, J. Biesdorf (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute), A. Lamibrac (Paul Scherrer Institut), F. N. Büchi (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut), L. Gubler, T. J. Schmidt, and P. Boillat (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute)

Introductory Remarks

14:00

15:30

08:40

Fine Tuning of the Oxygen Evolution Reaction Activity and Stability of Hydrous Iridium Oxides By Thermal Treatment – S. Geiger (Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH), O. Kasian (Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung), S. Cherevko, and K. J. J. Mayrhofer (Helmholtz-Institut ErlangenNürnberg) Split Water Under 0.8 V at Room Temperature – X. Chen (University of Missouri - Kansas City)

Heterogeneous Functional Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage

High Temperature Materials / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Sapphire Ballroom E, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

09:40

Ceramic and Polymer Separation Membranes – 10:00 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Guenter Schmid and Wilhelm A. Meulenberg 10:00

1512

(Invited) Heterogonous Mixed Ion and Electron Conducting Membranes for Efficient Electrochemical CO2 Capture and Conversion – K. Huang (University of South Carolina)

10:40

1513

(Invited) The Role of Ionic Transport in Nuclear Waste Immobilization and Membrane Separations – K. S. Brinkman (Clemson University)

11:20

1514

(Invited) Graded Oxygen Transport Membranes for Energy Efficient Separation Applications – W. A. Meulenberg (Institute for Energy and Climate Research - IEK-1)

12:00

1515

(Invited) Single Step Direct Electrocatalytic Reduction of CO2 towards CO and Hydrocarbons – G. Schmid (Siemens AG, CT REE COS), C. Reller, R. K. Krause (Siemens AG, CT REE MAT IEC-DE), B. Schmid (Siemens AG, CT REE COS), S. S. Neubauer (Siemens AG, CT REE MAT IEC-DE), and M. Fleischer (Siemens AG, CT REE COS)

Advanced Imaging and Simulation 3 – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Scott A .Barnett and Wilson K. S. Chiu 08:00

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(Invited) The Stability of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells: Insights through in Situ X-Ray Tomography – D. Kennouche (Northwestern University), Y. C. K. Chen-Wiegart (Brookhaven National Laboratory), K. J. Yakal-Kremski (Northwestern University), J. Wang (Brookhaven National Laboratory), J. Gibbs (Los Alamos National Laboratory), S. A. Barnett, and P. W. Voorhees (Northwestern University)

Break

Advanced Imaging and Simulation 4 – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Kyle S. Brinkman and Fanglin (Frank) Chen 14:00

1516

(Invited) 3D Pore-Scale Transport Model Incorporating Realistic Cathode Morphology and Intermediate Reactions in Lithium-Air Batteries – C. Andersen, H. Hu, and Y. Sun (Drexel University)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


1517

Transport-Geometry Interactions in Li-Ion Cathode Materials Imaged Using X-Ray Nanotomograph – G. J. Nelson, L. Ausderau, J. Buckley (University of Alabama in Huntsville), A. Mistry, P. P. Mukherjee (Texas A&M University), and V. De Andrade (Argonne National Laboratory)

11:20

1593

Electrochemical Amination of Non-Activated Arenes Using Boron-Doped Diamond Electrodes – S. Herold, S. Möhle, M. Zirbes (Institute of Organic Chemistry JGU Mainz), F. Richter, H. Nefzger (Covestro Deutschland AG), and S. R. Waldvogel (Institute of Organic Chemistry JGU Mainz)

15:00

1518

Quantitative Nanostructure Analysis of Silver Vanadium Phosphorus Oxide (Ag2VO2PO4) Battery Material Using X-Ray and Electron Microscopy – M. Ge, H. Yan, X. Huang (Brookhaven National Lab), H. L. Xin (CFN, Brookhaven National Laboratory), W. Liu, V. De Andrade (Argonne National Laboratory), A. C. Marschilok, E. S. Takeuchi (Stony Brook University), and Y. S. Chu (Brookhaven National Lab)

11:40

1594

Electrocatalytic Diels-Alder Reactions Assisted By Aromatic Redox Tag – K. Chiba, Y. Yamaguchi (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), A. Ozaki (Tokyo Univ. of Agric. & Technol.), and Y. Okada (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)

12:00

1595

Investigations of the Electrochemical Behavior of Hydrocarbons in Adiponitrile – G. T. Cheek (United States Naval Academy)

15:20

15:40

K02

1519

1520

Mathematical Modeling of Direct Ethanol Fuel Cells Using a Multi-Step Chemical Kinetic Mechanism – J. Sanchez-Monreal, P. A. García-Salaberri, and M. Vera (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid) 3-D Inkjet Printed Electrode Microstructures for Solid Oxide Electrolysers and Fuel Cells – L. Kleiminger, N. Farandos, and G. H. Kelsall (Imperial College London)

12th Manual M. Baizer Memorial Symposium on Organic Electrochemistry Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Aqua 300 A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

12th Manuel M. Baizer Memorial Symposium on Organic Electrochemistry I – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Dennis G. Peters and Jun-ichi Yoshida 08:00 08:20

09:20

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1589

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10:20

10:40

1590

1591

1592

11:00

12th Manuel M. Baizer Memorial Symposium on Organic Electrochemistry II – 14:00 – 15:40 Co-Chairs: Albert Joseph Fry and R. Daniel Little 14:00

1596

14:20

1597 B12-TiO2 Hybrid Catalyst for Light-Driven Hydrogen Production and Hydrogenation of Carbon-Carbon Multiple Bonds – H. Shimakoshi, H. Tian, and Y. Hisaeda (Kyushu University)

14:40

1598

Electroreductive Free Radical Coupling from Xanthates Derived from Acetophenones, New Route to 1,4-Dicarbonyl Compounds – B. A. Frontana-Uribe, E. E. Lopez-Lopez, and L. D. Miranda-Gutierrez (UNAM)

15:00

1599

Electrocatalytic Reduction of 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid (2,4-D) at Silver Cathodes in Dimethylformamide Containing Tetraalkylammonium Salts – C. McGuire, S. Mali, and D. G. Peters (Indiana University)

15:20

1600

Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 Using Cyclopentadienone Iron Complexes – A. Rosas, H. Junge, M. Beller (Leibniz Institute for Catalysis), and R. Francke (Rostock University)

Introductory Remarks (Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division Manuel M. Baizer Award) Following the Lead of R. B. Woodward and M. M. Baizer: Using Concepts in Physical Organic Chemistry to Shape the Course of Electrochemical Reactions – K. D. Moeller (Washington University in St. Louis) Electroreductive Coupling Reactions Using a Microflow Reactor – C. M. Lam and R. D. Little (University of California Santa Barbara) Break Stereoselective Nucleophilic Additions to the N-Acyliminium Ions: Elucidation of Stereoselectivity By Spectroscopic Conformational Analysis – S. Suga, J. Yamamoto, T. Akagi, M. Haisa, and K. Mitsudo (Okayama University) Monoalkylation of Methyl Phenylacetate Using in Situ Electrogenaration of 2-Pyrrolidone Anion in an Electrochemical Flow-Microreactor – Y. Matsumura, Y. Kakizaki (Yokohama National University), H. Tateno (Yokomaha National University), and M. Atobe (Yokohama National University) Anodic Oxidation of Nitrotriarylamines and Its Implications for Electrocatalysis – A. J. Fry, Z. Hillman, and A. P. Davis (Wesleyan University)

L01

Intramolecular Electron Interaction in Various Oligo-nitro-Thiacalix[4]Arenes and Their Electrochemical Reduction – J. Ludvík (J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry) and A. Liška (Faculty of Sciences, Charles University. Prague, J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry)

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry General Session Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Sapphire 410 B, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Session I – 09:00 – 11:40 Co-Chair: Stephen J. Paddison 09:00

1636

Silk-Derived Graphene-like Carbon Material with High Electrocatalytic Activity for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – J. Zhang, Q. Wang, X. Zhang, L. Wang (Tianjin University), M. Du, and H. Zhu (Zhejiang Sci-Tech University)

Break

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09:20

1637

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09:40

Probing the Role of Imidazolium-Based Ionic Liquids on CO2 Electroreduction Using Dynamic Impedance – R. L. Sacci, D. A. Lutterman, N. J. Dudney (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and J. Rosenthal (University of Delaware)

1638

Fabrication of an Induction Heated Gold Microelectrode for SECM Applications – T. J. Dowell and D. O. Wipf (Mississippi State University)

10:20

1639

Limits of Acetonitrile Dryness Via Molecular Sieve Method – P. A. Staley (University of California, San Diego), E. M. Lopez, J. Metzger, and D. K. Smith (San Diego State University)

1640

Kinetics of Fast Electrochemical Processes Studied By Impedance Spectroscopy. Frequency Dispersion at High Frequency Range – P. Kulboka (University of Warsaw), P. Polczynski (Department of Chemistry, University of Warsaw), and R. R. Jurczakowski (University of Warsaw, Department of Chemistry, CNBCh)

11:00

1641

Quasireversible Is Irreversible Dressed up – D. A. Harrington (University of Victoria)

11:20

1642

Unified Thermodynamics for All Concentrations of Electrolytes Based on Hydration and Partial Dissociation (Without Activity Coefficients, 1995-) – R. Heyrovska (Private Resrach Scientist)

Session II – 13:40 – 15:40 Co-Chair: Sanjeev Mukerjee 13:40

1643

Techniques to Improve the Efficiency of Bulk Heterojunction Polymer Solar Cells – I. J. Ogundana, S. Y. Foo (Electrical and Computer Engineering, FAMU-FSU College of Engineering), and Z. Yu (Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, FAMU-FSU College of Engineering)

14:00

1644

Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells in Humidity Environment: A Suitable Fabrication Procedure and Outdoor Test of Cell Stability – H. T. Nguyen (Vietnam National University - Ho Chi Minh City), L. T. P. Tran (Vietnam National University – Ho Chi Minh City), N. V. Le (Vietnam National University - Ho Chi Minh City), L. Vo (Vietnam National University – Ho Chi Minh City), and T. T. P. Nguyen (Vietnam National University - Ho Chi Minh City)

14:20

1645

Molecular Tailoring for Efficient Conversion of Near-Infrared Light in Dye-Sensitized Solar Cellsoral – V. Novelli (Laboratoire de Réactivité et Chimie des Solides, UMR 7314), N. Barbero, C. Magistris, C. Barolo (University of Torino, Department of Chemistry), and F. Sauvage (Laboratoire de Réactivité et Chimie des Solides, UMR 7314)

14:40

1646

Local pH Determines Lanthanum Accumulation on Electrodes in Aqueous Solution – J. T. Babauta, A. Medina, and H. Beyenal (Washington State University)

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Synthesis and Electrochemical Characterization of Novel Organoborohydride Compounds – D. Cardoso, C. A. C. Sequeira (CeFEMA, Instituto Superior Tecnico, ULisboa), E. Abbey (Chem. Dept., Eastern Washington University, Cheney, USA), and D. M. F. Santos (CeFEMA, Instituto Superior Tecnico, ULisboa)

15:20

1648

Gold-Platinum Nanostructures Formed By Thermal Dewetting – A. Hoang, C. Horwood, and V. Birss (University of Calgary)

Break

10:00

10:40

15:00

L02

Electrocatalysis 8

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Sapphire Ballroom M, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

ORR I (Noble Metal) – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Minhua Shao and Gessie Brisard 08:00

1696

Oxygen Reduction in Nanoporous Metals Under Proton Diffusion Limited Conditions – E. Benn and J. Erlebacher (Johns Hopkins University)

08:20

1697

Oxygen Reduction over Dealloyed Pt Layers on Glancing Angle Deposited Ni Nanostructures and Efficient Water Oxidation over Easily Prepared Ir-Ni Oxide Nanoparticles – C. Wang, R. B. Moghaddam, J. B. Sorge, S. Xu, M. J. Brett, and S. H. Bergens (University of Alberta)

08:40

1698

Platinum Alloy Nanocatalyst with Manipulated Particle Composition and Morphology for Improved ORR Property – C. Zhang, S. Y. Hwang, and Z. Peng (University of Akron)

09:00

1699

Synthesis of Pt-Cu Nano-Octahedra and Their Enhanced Electrocatalytic Activity for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – N. Tian, B. A. Lu (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University), Z. Y. Zhou (Chem. Depart., Xiamen University), and S. G. Sun (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University)

09:20

1700

Effects of Composition and Structure on Performance and Durability of Pt-Ni Extended Surface Catalysts – S. Pylypenko, C. Ngo, S. Shulda (Colorado School of Mines), S. M. Alia, and B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

09:40 Break 10:00

1701

Co Doped Pt3 Co Intermetallic Compound As an Efficient Catalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – Y. Zhao, J. Liu, F. Wang, Z. Li, J. Ji, and M. Dou (Beijing University of Chemical Technology)

10:20

1702

Hydrogen Peroxide Reduction in Aqueous Electrolytes: Influence of a Heterogeneous Decomposition Step – N. S. Georgescu (Case Western Reserve University, Department of Chemistry) and D. Scherson (Case Western Reserve University)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


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Increasing Stability and Activity of Core-Shell Catalysts By Preferential Segregation of Oxide on Edges and Vertexes: Oxygen Reduction on Ti-Au@Pt/C – J. Hu (Department of Chemistry, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Institute of Plasma Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences), L. Wu (Dep. Cond. Matter Phys. Mater. Sci., Brookhaven Nat. Lab.), K. A. Kuttiyiel, K. R. Goodman (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory), C. Zhang (Institute of Plasma Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences), Y. Zhu (Dep. Cond. Matter Phys. Mater. Sci., Brookhaven Nat. Lab.), M. B. Vukmirovic (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory), M. G. White (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Department of Chemistry, Stony Brook University), K. Sasaki, and R. R. Adzic (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory) Ultrasonic-Assisted Galvanic Replacement Synthesis for the Platinum Deposition on Palladium to Prepare Pd-Pt/MWCNT Electrocatalysts for ORR – J. R. ZapataFernandez (Centro de Graduados e Investigacion en Quimica), E. A. ReynosoSoto (Instituto Tecnológico de Tijuana), F. Paraguay-Delgado (Centro de Investigación en Materiales Avanzados SC), Y. Gochi, S. PerezSicairos, S. W. Lin-Ho (Centro de Graduados e Investigacion en Quimica), K. GarciaTapia, and R. M. Félix-Navarro (Instituto Tecnológico de Tijuana) Ultra-Low Amount of Pt Decorated Pd-Based Nanoparticles for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction – W. Xiao, S. Liu (Huazhong University of Science and Technology), H. L. Xin (Brookhaven National Laboratory), and D. Wang (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) Origin of Large Onset Overpotential and Sluggish Kinetics of the Oxygen Reduction Reaction on Pt(111) Surface – J. Chen and S. Chen (Wuhan University) Insights to the Complex Role of Surface Oxide in the Oxygen Reduction Reaction – E. J. Coleman, F. Zhang, and A. C. Co (The Ohio State University)

General Electrocatalysis I – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Minhua Shao and Yushan Yan 14:00

1708

(Invited) Electrocatalysis for Hydroxide Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – Y. Yan (University of Delaware)

14:40

1709

Understanding the Effects of pH and Alkali Cations on Cyclic Voltammograms and the Hydrogen Oxidation Reaction on Transition Metal Catalyst Surfaces – I. T. McCrum, P. Meduri, M. A. Hickner, and M. J. Janik (The Pennsylvania State University)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

15:00

1710

X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy Study of the Pd-H System during HOR in an Operating PEMFC – A. Siebel (Technische Universität München), Y. Gorlin (Technical University of Munich), J. Durst (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut), M. Tromp (University of Amsterdam), and H. A. Gasteiger (Technische Universität München)

15:20

1711

Hydrogen Peroxide Reduction of Fe Complex Based Oxygen Reduction Reaction Catalysts for Anion Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – H. Kishi, T. Sakamoto, K. Asazawa, S. Yamaguchi (Daihatsu Motor Co., Ltd.), D. Matsumura, K. Tamura, Y. Nishihata (Japan Atomic Energy Agency), T. Akita, T. Ioroi (Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), A. Serov, P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico), and H. Tanaka (Daihatsu Motor Co., Ltd.)

15:40

1712

How Intra-Particle Active Site Dispersion Impacts Electrocatalytic Activity – D. R. Kauffman, D. Alfonso (National Energy Technology Laboratory), C. Andolina (University of Pittsburgh), C. Matranga (National Energy Technology Laboratory), and J. E. Millstone (University of Pittsburgh)

L03

Biological Fuel Cells 7

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology Sapphire Ballroom H, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Systems 1 – 08:00 – 11:00 Co-Chairs: Scott Calabrese Barton and Shelley D. Minteer 08:00

1794

Enhancement in Production of Electricity from Wastewater Using Microbial Fuel Cell – J. Joshi (CDBT, Tribhuvan University)

08:20

1795

Tailoring Microbial Fuel Cells for Production of Hydrogen Peroxide – M. Young, D. Ki, M. Stadie, J. Thompson, N. Chowdhury, S. Popat, B. Rittmann, and C. I. Torres (Arizona State University)

08:40

1796

Small Scale Ceramic MFCs for Efficient Energy Harvesting from Wastewater and Full System Development – I. Gajda, J. Greenman, C. Melhuish, and I. Ieropoulos (University of the West of England)

09:00

1797

On Design, Operation, and Characterization of Microbial Electrochemical Cells with Reduced Overpotentials – D. Ki, S. Popat, and C. I. Torres (Arizona State University)

09:20

Break

09:40

1798

(Invited) Microbial Fuel Cell Development for Practical Applications Robotics, Urinals and Novel Transistor Analogy – I. Ieropoulos, I. Gajda (University of the West of England), J. You (University of the West of England, Bristol), C. Melhuish, and J. Greenman (University of the West of England)

10:00

1799

(Science for Solving Society’s Problems Challenge Grant Winner) SPEED: Sanitation and Processing for Energy with Electrochemical Devices – G. Reguera (Michigan State University)

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Monday, May 30

10:40

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(Science for Solving Society’s Problems Challenge Grant Winner) Self-Powered Supercapacitive Microbial Fuel Cell – C. Santoro (University of New Mexico), F. Soavi (Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna), A. Serov (University of New Mexico), C. Arbizzani (Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna), and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico) Bioelectrochemical Systems for Electricity and Hydrogen Production in Biorefinery – A. P. Borole (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

Bioinspired – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Plamen Atanassov and Orianna Bretschger

09:30

Break

Keynote Speech on Artificial Photosynthesis – 10:00 – 10:40 Co-Chairs: Heli Wang and Vaidyanathan Subramanian 10:00

1902

(Keynote) Bioinspired Photoelectrode Assemblies for Solar Water or CO2 Splitting: At the Crossroads? – K. Rajeshwar (The University of Texas)

Invited Speeches on Artificial Photosynthesis – 10:40 – 12:10 Co-Chairs: Heli Wang and Vaidyanathan Subramanian 10:40

1903

(Invited) Α-Mn2O3 Electrodes for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction - Catalytic Activity As a Function of Electrode Preparation – S. Fiechter (Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin, Institute for Solar Fuels), M. Kölbach (HelmholtzZentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie), A. Kratzig (Helmholtz Center Berlin, Institute for Solar Fuels), P. Hillebrand (Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin, Institute for Solar Fuels), A. Ramirez-Caro (HZB), K. Ellmer (Helmholtz Center Berlin, Institute for Solar Fuels), and P. Bogdanoff (Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin, Institute for Solar Fuels)

14:00

1802

(Invited) Synthesis and Characterization of DNA-Inspired Organic Nanowires – A. Gorodetsky (University of California, Irvine)

14:40

1803

Bio-Inspired Photoresponsive Regulator for Proton Cross-Membrane Transport – Y. Li, E. C. M. Tse (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), C. J. Barile (Stanford University), A. A. Gewirth (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), and S. C. Zimmerman (University of Illinois, Champaign and Urbana)

11:10

Exploring Extracellular Electron Transfer in Hyperthermophiles for Electrochemical Energy Conversion – N. Sekar, C. H. Wu, M. W. W. Adams, and R. P. Ramasamy (University of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA)

1904 (Invited) In-Situ X-Ray Structural Characterization of Water-Splitting Catalysts in Artificial Photosynthesis – D. M. Tiede, G. Kwon, I. S. Kim, J. D. Emery, and A. B. F. Martinson (Argonne National Laboratory)

11:40

1905

15:00

1804

15:20

1805

Mushroom-Derived Flow Battery Electrolytes – P. J. Cappillino, H. Huang, J. Wheeler, and R. Howland (University of Massachusetts Dartmouth)

15:40

1806

Metallization of DNA Origami to Form Electrically Conductive ~10 Nm Diameter Nanowires – B. Uprety and J. Harb (Brigham Young University)

L07

Invited Speeches on Carbon Dioxide Conversion I – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chair: Nianqiang (Nick) Wu 14:00

1906

(Invited) Photoelectrochemical Reduction of CO2: Electrocatalytic Formation of Solar Fuels – A. B. Bocarsly (Princeton University), E. Cole (Princeton University, Liquid Light Inc.), Y. Hu, J. Frick, T. Zhang, J. White, J. Pander III, M. Baruch, and J. Park (Princeton University)

14:30

1907

(Invited) Hierarchical Inorganic Assemblies for the Photocatalytic Reduction of CO2 By H2o – H. Frei (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

Renewable Fuels via Artificial Photosynthesis or Electrolysis Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Sensor Sapphire Ballroom I, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Photosensitization – 08:20 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Vaidyanathan Subramanian and Heli Wang

(Invited) Photoelectrochemical Investigation of Ta3N5 Films on TCO Substrates Synthesized Via Atomic Layer Deposition for Photocatalytic Water Splitting – T. Hamann (Michigan State University)

08:20

1899

Plasmonic Tungsten Oxide Nanowires for Visible-Light-Enhanced Hydrogen Generation – C. Xue (Nanyang Technological University)

15:00

1908

08:40

1900

(Invited) Development of Semiconductor Quantum Dots and Their Interfacial Dynamics for Solar Energy Conversion – Y. Tachibana (RMIT University)

(Invited) Stand-Alone Artificial Photosynthesis of Formate from CO2 and Water Using Copper and Iron Oxide Catalysts – H. Park (Kyungpook National University, Korea)

15:30

1909

(Invited) On the Selectivity and Durability of Electrocatalysts for the Conversion of CO2 to Value Added Fuels – X. D. Zhou (University of South Carolina) and J. Wu (MSNE, Rice University, Houston)

09:10

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1901

Development of Solar Fuels Photoanodes through Combinatorial Integration of NiLa-Co-Ce Oxide and Ni-Fe-Co-Ce Oxide Catalysts on BiVO4 – J. A. Haber (Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis-Caltech), D. Guevarra, A. Shinde, L. Zhou (Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis- Caltech), I. D. Sharp (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis), F. M. Toma (Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis), and J. M. Gregoire (Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis- Caltech)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


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2011

2012

09:50 10:10

11:10

11:30

Biofouling-Resilient Nanoporous Gold Electrochemical Sensors for DNA Detection – P. Daggumati, Z. Matharu, L. Wang, and E. Seker (University of California, Davis)

2013

(Invited) Glimmers of New Point-of-Care Sensors through the Patent Thicket – D. D. Cunningham (Eastern Kentucky University), C. T. Smith (Kansas Bureau of Investigation), and C. N. Miller (Eastern Kentucky University) Novel Materials-Based Stretchable and SelfHealing Electrochemical Sensors for Wearable Applications – A. Bandodkar (University of California San Diego) and J. Wang (UCSD)

2016

2017

15:20

2022

Fabrication of Smart Au/TiO2 Nanotubes/Si Based Schottky-Tunneling Diode Sensors for Electrochemical Detection of Biomarkers – D. Bhattacharyya, M. Misra, and S. K. Mohanty (University of Utah)

15:40

2023

Carbon Nanofiber Nanoelectrodes for Neural Stimulation and Chemical Detection: The Era of “Smart” Deep Brain Stimulation – J. E. Koehne (NASA Ames Research Center), M. Marsh, K. E. Bennet (Mayo Clinic), R. Andrews (El Camino Hospital), K. H. Lee (Mayo Clinic), and M. Meyyappan (NASA Ames Research Center)

Point-of-Care Screening Tools for Cancer – R. I. Stefan-van Staden (INCEMC) Break Development of a Genosensor for Sickle Cell Anemia Trait Determination – B. C. Janegitz (Federal University of São Carlos), L. C. Brazaca, C. B. Bramorski, J. CancinoBernardi, and V. Zucolotto (University of São Paulo)

2014 Fe3O4 on Graphene Oxide Nanosheets for Electrochemiocal Detection of Cancer Biomarker Proteins – M. Sharafeldin, G. W. Bishop, S. Bhakta (University of Connecticut), and J. F. Rusling (National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland) 2015

15:10 Break

Sensitive Detection of Platelet-Derived Growth Factor Using a Multi-Parametric/ Multimodal Spectroscopy Apparatus – L. Zhou, M. A. Arugula, and A. Simonian (Auburn University) Development of a Label-Free Electrochemical Immunosensor for the Detection of Prostate Cancer – S. Rawlinson, P. Kanyong, J. McLaughlin, and J. Davis (University of Ulster) Simple Design Disposable Non-Enzymatic Glucose Sensor Based on Flexible Ni/PET Electrode – A. Molazemhosseini, P. Vena, and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano)

Z06

Modeling: From Elucidation of Physical Phenomena to Applications in Design All Divisions / International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE) Aqua Salon E, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

14:10

2018

2019

A Universal Surface for Label-Free Electrical and Optical Sensing of Disease Markers – M. Y. Tsai, A. Tarasov (Georgia Institute of Technology), D. W. Gray, N. Shields (Queen’s University Belfast), N. Creedon, A. Montrose (Tyndall National Institute - University College Cork), E. M. Flynn, C. A. Joiner, R. Taylor (Georgia Institute of Technology), P. Lovera (Tyndall National Institute - University College Cork), A. O’ Riordan (Tyndall National Institute), M. H. Mooney (Queen’s University Belfast), and E. M. Vogel (Georgia Institute of Technology) Fabrication and In Vivo Evaluation of LowInvasive Patch Type Glucose Sensors – M. Yasuzawa (Tokushima University), J. Li (Tokushima University), and Y. Fuchiwaki (Health Research Institute, AIST)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

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Modeling: From Elucidation of Physical Phenomena to Applications in Design I – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Mark E. Orazem and Johna Leddy 08:00

Introductory Remarks

08:10

2171

(Keynote) Electrochemistry at Regular and Random Arrays of Nano-Disk Electrodes – C. A. Amatore, O. Sliusarenko, A. Oleinick, and I. Svir (Ecole Normale Superieure & CNRS)

08:50

2172

Nafion: A Thermodynamic Sketch – J. Leddy and N. Rathuwadu (University of Iowa)

09:10

2173

(Invited) Ionophore-Doped Ion-Selective Electrode Membranes – P. Buhlmann, X. V. Zhen, and J. Hu (University of Minnesota)

09:30

Break

10:00

2174

(Invited) Applications of Multivariate Methods in the Study of Ionomer Properties – C. Korzeniewski, P. Zhang, and Y. Liang (Texas Tech University)

10:20

2175

A Quantum Dynamics View of Electric Double Layer in PEFC – X. Zhou (University of Miami)

10:40

2176

(Invited) Translating Complex Electrochemical Mechanisms into Spatiotemporally Distributed Signals at Electrode Arrays for Chemical Analysis Using Generation-Collection Methodologies – I. Fritsch, M. Hu, and M. Lotfi-Marchoubeh (University of Arkansas)

11:00

2177

(Invited) Modeling and Its Use in Interpretation of Experimental Results for Electroactive Films at Electrodes – S. Sunde (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) and M. Tjelta (Institute for Energy Technology)

Medical and Point-of-Care Sensors II – 13:50 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Raluca Ioana Stefan-van Staden and Mary A. Arugula 13:50

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09:30

Development of an Electronic Skin Wafer for the Minimization of Peristomal Irritant Dermatitis – A. McLister (University of Ulster), K. McCreadie, and J. Davis (Ulster University)

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Sensor Aqua 303, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Medical and Point-of-Care Sensors I – 08:30 – 11:50 Co-Chairs: Aleksandr Simonian and Mary A. Arugula 08:30

14:30

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11:20

2178

(Invited) The Electrochemical Interface at the Atomic Scale – J. Rossmeisl (University of Copenhagen, Department of Chemistry)

11:40

2179

Molecular Solvation Theory of Liquid Interfaces and Electric Interfacial Layers in Nanosystems – A. Kovalenko (National Institute for Nanotechnology, Mechanical Engineering, University of Alberta)

Monday, May 30

12:00

2180

Simulation of Surface pH-Effects and NearSurface Ion Distributions during Reactions at the Solid/Liquid Interface – M. Auinger (WMG, The University of Warwick)

Modeling: From Elucidation of Physical Phenomena to Applications in Design II – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: David O. Wipf and Trung Van Nguyen 14:00

2181

(Keynote) Multiscale Three-Dimensional Modeling to the Rescue of Electrochemical Energy Devices – A. A. Franco (LRCS Université de Picardie Jules Verne & CNRS UMR 7314, LRCS (CNRS & UPJV), France; RS2E & ALISTORE ERI)

14:40

2182

Scaling Relationships for Designing Local Bipolar Electrochemical Systems – T. M. Braun and D. T. Schwartz (University of Washington)

15:00

2183

Importance of Excitonic Effect in Charge Separation at Quantum-Dot/Organic inTerface: First-Principles Many-Body Calculations – D. Lee (Chonnam National University)

15:20

2184

(Invited) Development of an Inductively Heated Ultramicroelectrode for SECM – D. O. Wipf and T. J. Dowell (Mississippi State University)

15:40

2185

(Invited) Predicting Electrocatalytic Properties: Modeling Structure-Activity Relationships of Nitroxyl Radicals – D. P. Hickey, D. Schiedler (University of Utah), I. Matanovic (University of New Mexico), P. V. Doan (University of Utah), P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico), S. D. Minteer, and M. S. Sigman (University of Utah)

Tuesday, May 31 Highlights 0700h ��������� Free the Science 5K Run, Hilton Lawn 1140h ��������� High Temperature Materials Division J. Bruce Wagner, Jr. Award Lecture, Indigo Ballroom C 1215h ��������� Annual Society Business Meeting and Luncheon, Sapphire Ballroom P 1300h ��������� Technical Exhibit opens, Exhibit Hall H 1350h ��������� Energy Technology Division Supramaniam Srinivasan Young Investigator Award Lecture, Sapphire Ballroom A 1400h ��������� Vittorio de Nora Award Session, Aqua Salon E 1400h ��������� S3P Challenge Grant Winner Lecture: N. Sabaté, Indigo Ballroom A 1420h ��������� Energy Technology Division Graduate Student Award Lecture, Indigo Ballroom A 1530h ��������� Energy Technology Division Research Award Lecture, Aqua Salon F 1630h ��������� Science for Solving Society’s Problems (S3P) Challenge: Grant Winner Presentations, Sapphire Ballroom BC/FG 1800h ��������� Technical Exhibit, General and Student Poster Session, and Science for Solving Society’s Problems (S3P) Challenge: Grant Winner Posters, Exhibit Hall H 1800h ��������� S3P Challenge Grant Winner Lecture: F. Harnisch, Exhibit Hall H

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Joint General Session: Batteries and Energy Storage -and- Fuel Cells, Electrolytes, and Energy Energy Technology / Battery Indigo Ballroom A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Electrochemical Capacitors 3 / Sodium and Magnesium Batteries – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Sam Park and Noshir Pesika

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08:00

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Effect of Mg Substitution in the Structural and Electrochemical Properties of Li2MnO3 – L. Torres-Castro (University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras), R. S. Katiyar (Dept. of Physics, University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras, University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras), and A. Manivannan (Mechanical and Aerospace Engg. West Virginia University)

08:20

62

Fiber-Reinforced Gel Polymer Electrolyte Based on Cross-Linked PMMA for Sodium Ion Battery Application – Y. Xue and D. J. Quesnel (University of Rochester)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


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Selenides Based Sodium Superionic Conductors – S. H. Bo (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab), Y. E. Wang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), J. C. Kim (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), W. D. Richards (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and G. Ceder (University of California, Berkeley)

09:00

64

Crystal Structure and Ionic Conductivity of Soft Solid Crystals Composed of NaClO4. N,NDimethylformamide – P. R. Chinnam, B. Fall, A. A. Jalil, M. J. Zdilla, and S. Wunder (Temple University)

09:20

65

Novel SnO2 Nanowires As Sodium Ion Battery Anodes – S. Mukherjee, N. D. Schuppert (University of Louisville), B. Son, J. G. Kim, J. S. Choi (DGIST), D. H. Lee (DaeguGyeongbuk Institute of Science & Technology (DGIST)), M. J. Choi (DGMIF), and S. Park (University of Louisville)

09:40

66

Novel Cobalt Sulfide/Reduced Graphene Oxides Composite As Advanced Anode for SodiumIon Batteries – L. Li (MSE) and M. Srinivasan (School of Materials Science and Engineering, NTU)

10:00

67

Cobalt-Nickel Sulfide and Graphite-Coated Iron Carbide As Potential Materials for HighPerformance Asymmetric Supercapacitors – H. Khani and D. O. Wipf (Mississippi State University)

10:20

68

Transition Metal Sulfide Based Cathode Materials for Efficient Hybrid Supercapacitors – Y. Y. Chen, S. W. Chou, and J. Y. Lin (Department of Chemical Engineering, Tatung University)

10:40

69

Spinel Decorated Aligned Carbon Nanotube Arrays As Supercapacitor Electrodes – M. Oguntoye and N. Pesika (Tulane University)

11:00

70

Favorable Ion Packing in Porous Carbon for High Gravimetric Capacitance Supercapacitors – X. Wang and D. Chen (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)

11:20

71

Capacitance Improvement of Semiconductor Electrode By LbL Modification – Z. Gonzalez, B. Ferrari (Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio, CSIC), A. Sanchez-Herencia (Institute of Ceramic and Glass), A. Caballero, and J. Morales (University of Cordoba)

11:40

72

Lithium-Ion Capacitor Based on Electrodes Constructed Via Electrochemical Spray Deposition – R. Agrawal and C. Wang (Florida International University)

08:20

48

Intermetallic Li-Anode Systems: Cu-Li-Sn – S. Fuertauer, A. Beutl (University of Vienna, Inorg. Chemistry-Mater. Chemistry), D. Li, D. M. Cupid (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAMAWP), and H. Flandorfer (University of Vienna, Inorg.Chemistry-Mater. Chemistry)

08:40

49

Solid Electrolyte Interphase Formation Mechanism on Silicon Revealed By in-Situ Attenuated Total Reflection-Infrared – F. Shi (Mechanical Engineering Department, UC Berkeley, Material Science Division, LBNL, Berkeley) and P. N. Ross (Material Science Division, LBNL, Berkeley)

09:00

50

Experimental Determination and Assessment of Enthalpies of Formation of Lithium Silicides – F. Biedermann, N. Jürich, D. Thomas, R. Hüttl, J. Seidel, K. Bohmhammel, and F. Mertens (Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg)

09:20

51

Synthesis of High Performance Si Nanoflakes and Nanorod Anode Morphologies Using Water Soluble Recyclable Templates for Lithium Ion Batteries – B. Gattu, P. M. Shanthi (Dept of Chemical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh), M. K. Datta, P. Jampani, and P. N. Kumta (Department of Bioengineering, University of Pittsburgh)

09:40

52

Nano-Confined Transition Metal Oxide Thin-Films Created Via Electrostatic Spray Deposition for Use As Anode Materials in Lithium Ion Batteries – A. Henriques, R. Agrawal, C. Chen, and C. Wang (Florida International University)

10:00

53 Nb4N5/Nb2O5/r-GO Composites As Anode Materials for High Power Lithium Ion Batteries – Y. Yan, C. H. Lai, B. Dunn, and S. H. Tolbert (University of California - Los Angeles)

10:20

54

High Lithium Storage Properties of MnFe2O4 Mesoporous Microspheres As an Anode Material for Li-Ion Batteries – S. Sunkara (Indian Institute of Science)

10:40

55

Investigation of SEI Growth on CarbonCoated ZnFe2O4 Li-Ion Battery Anode Material By In Situ Raman Microscopy – L. Cabo-Fernandez (University of Liverpool), F. Müller (Helmholtz Institute, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), S. Passerini Sr. (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU-KIT)), and L. J. Hardwick (University of Liverpool)

11:00

56

The Electrochemical Behavior As an Indicator Test for the Graphitic Property of the Carbonaceous Anode Materials in LithiumIon Batteries – M. S. S. Elsayed Aly (Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology (MEET)WWU)

11:20

57

Metal Organic Frameworks Derived Hierarchical Hollow NiO/Ni/Graphene Composites for Lithium and Sodium Storage – F. Zou (Department of Polymer Science, University of Akron), Y. M. Chen, K. Liu, W. Liang, and Y. Zhu (University of Akron)

11:40

58

Dimensionally Stable and Fast Charging Graphite-Silicon Planar Composite Anode for Li-Ion Batteries – N. L. Wu, N. H. Yang (National Taiwan University), Y. S. Wu (China University of Science and Technology), and J. Chou (Long Time Technology Corp.)

Indigo Ballroom E, Hilton San Diego Bayfront Anodes for Lithium Ion Batteries 1 – 08:00 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Sarah H. Tolbert and Chunlei Wang 08:00

47 SnO2/NiO/Carbon Composite Nanofibers Produced By Forcespinning of Poly Acrylonitrile /SnO2 Precursor As Anodes for Lithium Ion Batteries – M. Alcoutlabi, V. Agubra, L. Zuniga, and D. Flores (The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

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12:00

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Incremental Impedance Technique for Determining Optimal Capacity Control Limits in C-Si Composite Batteries – R. Blaser, D. Murray, and M. Karulkar (Ford Motor Company)

Indigo Ballroom A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Indigo Ballroom A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront Energy Technology Division Graduate Student Award Address Session – 14:20 – 15:00 Co-Chair: Ayyakkannu Manivannan 14:20

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Science for Solving Society’s Problems Grant Award Winner – 14:00 – 14:20 Co-Chair: Ayyakkannu Manivannan

Tuesday, May 31

14:00

80

(Science for Solving Society’s Problems Challenge Grant Winner) Powerpad: Evaluation of Redox Chemistries for Disposable Power Sources – O. Ibrahim (Simon Fraser University), P. Alday (Instituto Microelectrónica de Barcelona (IMB-CNM-CSIC)), J. P. Esquivel (Instituto Microelectrónica de Barcelona (IMB-CNMCSIC), Department of Bioengineering, University of Washington), N. Sabate (Instituto Microelectrónica de Barcelona (IMB-CNM-CSIC), Institució Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avançats (ICREA)), and E. Kjeang (Simon Fraser University)

Lithium-Air – 15:00 – 16:00 Co-Chair: Xianglin Li 15:00

82

Porous Spinel Cobaltite with Core-Shell Architectures As High-Performance Catalysts for Rechargeable Lithium Air Batteries – S. Peng and S. Ramakrishna (Department of Mechanical Engineering)

15:20

83

Effects of Electrolyte Salt Concentration on Performance of Li-Oxygen Batteries – F. Mohazabrad, F. Wang, and X. Li (University of Kansas)

15:40

84

Electrochemical Investigations into Blended Electrolytes Containing Ionic Liquids and a Glyme Solvent for Li-O­2 batteries – A. R. Neale, P. Goodrich, J. Jacquemin (Queen’s University Belfast), S. Ball (Johnson Matthey), and C. Hardacre (Queen’s University Belfast)

Indigo Ballroom E, Hilton San Diego Bayfront Direct Oxidation and High Temperature Fuel Cells – 14:00 – 16:20 Co-Chair: S. R. Narayan 14:00

14:20

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Investigation of Pt-Based Alloy Catalysts for Direct Ammonia Fuel Cells – Z. F. Li, K. Beverage, Y. Wang, S. Velraj (Ohio University), and G. G. Botte (Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Ohio University) The Effect of a-Site and B-Site Substitution on BaFeO3-δ: An Investigation As a Cathode Material for Intermediate-Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – J. Wang (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

14:40

75

Performance Evaluation of IntermediateTemperature Reversible Solid Oxide Fuel Cell at VPS – H. He, A. Wood, T. Joia, M. Krivy, and D. Steedman (Versa Power Systems Ltd.)

15:00

76

The Next Generation Carbonate Fuel Cell Matrix – A. Hilmi, A. Surendranath, and C. Y. Yuh (FuelCell Energy, Inc.)

15:20

77

Performance Enhancement of a Direct Carbon Fuel Cell – C. Li and D. Lee (Mechanical Engineering)

15:40

16:00

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Electrochemical Reaction and Direct Energy Conversion of Fucose By Functional Nanomaterial-Modified Electrodes – H. T. VU (Osaka University), H. Yoshikawa (Osaka University, JST, CREST, Osaka University), H. Q. Le, H. Toake, and E. Tamiya (Osaka University) Catalyst-Selective Direct Liquid Fuel Cells without the Need for an Ion-Exchange Membrane to Separate the Anode Fuel and the Cathode Oxidant – X. Yu, E. J. Pascual, J. C. Wauson, and A. Manthiram (The University of Texas at Austin)

(Energy Technology Division Graduate Student Award) Designing PolyoxometalateCarbon Hybrid Materials for Supercapacitor Electrodes – M. Genovese, Y. W. Foong, and K. Lian (University of Toronto)

A02

Future and Present Advanced Lithium Batteries and Beyond – a Symposium in the Honor of Prof. Bruno Scrosati Battery / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Sapphire Ballroom A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Fundamental Studies I – 08:00 – 12:45 Co-Chairs: Robert Kostecki and Doron Aurbach 08:00

257

(Invited) NMR Investigation of Ion Transport and Solvation in Electrolytes for Beyond Lithium Ion Applications – S. Greenbaum, M. Gobet, J. Peng (Hunter College of City University of New York), S. Munoz (Hunter College of CUNY), L. Suo, C. Wang (University of Maryland, College Park), A. V. Cresce (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), S. M. Russell (U. S. Army Research Lab), O. Borodin (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), J. Ho (U.S. Army Research Lab), and K. Xu (Center for Research on Extreme Batteries)

08:25

258

Charging Mechanism of Lithium-Sulfur Batteries: Insight from Spatially Resolved Operando X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy – Y. Gorlin, M. U. M. Patel, A. Freiberg, Q. He, M. Piana (Technical University of Munich), M. Tromp (University of Amsterdam), and H. A. Gasteiger (TU München, TEC)

08:45

259

New Insights on Li4Ti5O12 Electrode/ Electrolyte Interfaces: A X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy and Scanning Auger Microscopy Study – J. B. Gieu, C. Courrèges (IPREMECP UMR CNRS 5254), L. El watani, C. Tessier (SAFT), and H. Martinez (RS2E, IPREM-ECP UMR CNRS 5254)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


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09:25

Operando Lithium Dynamics in the Li-Rich Layered Oxide Cathode Material Via Neutron Diffraction – H. Liu (University of California, San Diego), Y. Chen (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), S. Hy (University of California, San Diego), K. An (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), S. Venkatachalam (Envia Systems Inc.), D. Qian, M. Zhang, and Y. S. Meng (University of California San Diego)

11:25

266

Electrochemistry in the Next Generation of Rechargeable Batteries: Challenging the Maze with Multiscale Computational Modeling – A. A. Franco (LRCS (CNRS & UPJV), France; RS2E & ALISTORE ERI, LRCS - Université de Picardie Jules Verne & CNRS UMR 7314), Y. Yin, V. Thangavel, M. Quiroga (LRCS), and M. Morcrette (Laboratoire de Réactivité et de Chimie des Solides)

Coffee Break

11:45

267

Understanding Interfacial Chemistry and Stability for Performance Enhancement of 4.55V Li-Ion Battery of LiNi0.5Co0.2Mn0.3O2// Silicon-Graphite Using FEC-Based Electrolyte – D. T. Nguyen (Dept. of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry, Chungnam National University), J. S. Kang (Graduate School of Energy Science & Technology, Chungnam National University), K. M. Nam, and S. W. Song (Dept. of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry, Chungnam National University)

12:05

268

Electrochemical Behaviors of All-Phosphate Lithium-Ion Battery and All-Phosphate Solid-State Lithium-Ion Battery – S. Yu, H. Tempel, R. Schierholz, Aslanbas, J. Mertens, L. G. J. de Haart, H. Kungl, and R. A. Eichel (Forschungszentrum Jülich)

12:25

269

Beyond Electrochemical Lithium Ion Battery Characterization. Correlation of Chemical and Microstructure Analysis, a Unique Pathway for Studying Performance Characteristics and Failure Mechanisms – S. Freitag (Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH)

09:45

261

Long-Time and Reliable Gas Monitoring in Li-O2 Batteries Via a Swagelok-Derived Electrochemical Cell – F. Lepoivre, A. Grimaud (Collège de France), D. Larcher (Laboratoire de Réactivité et Chimie des Solides), and J. M. Tarascon (Collège de France)

10:05

262

Core-Shell Structural Evolution of Crystalline Silicon Nanoparticles upon Lithiation/ Delithiation By Ex Situ Raman Spectroscopy and Operando Synchrotron X-Ray Diffraction – E. Pavlenko (CEA, INAC-SPrAM, Grenoble, France), L. Quazuguel (Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel - IMN), M. Boniface (CEA Grenoble - INAC), S. Tardif (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, INAC, Grenoble, France), F. Rieutord (CEA, INAC), M. Marechal (CNRS, INAC-SPRAM, CEA), J. S. Micha (CEA, INAC), V. Mareau, L. Gonon (CNRS, Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, INACSPrAM, Grenoble, France), and S. Lyonnard (CEA Grenoble, DSM/INAC/SPrAM/PCI, UMR 5819)

10:25

263

Comprehensive Insights into the Surface Chemistry and Reactivity of Na+ - Based Electrolytes – G. G. Eshetu (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), S. Grugeon (CNRS RS2E FR3459), T. Diemant (University of Ulm, Germany, Institute of Surface Chemistry and Catalysis), S. Laruelle (CNRS RS2E FR3459, LRCS - CNRS UMR 7314, Université de Picardie Jules Verne), R. Jürgen Behm (Ulm University, D-89069 Ulm, Germany, Institute of Surface Chemistry and Catalysis), M. Armand (LRCS - CNRS UMR 7314, Université de Picardie Jules Verne, CIC Energigune, Minano, Spain), and S. Passerini Sr. (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU-KIT), Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU))

10:45

264

Characterizing the Stability and Kinetics of Hybrid Oxide-Sulfide Solid Electrolyte Cells – N. J. Taylor, T. Thompson, R. Garcia-Mendez, and J. Sakamoto (University of Michigan)

11:05

265

Characterization and Electrochemical Performance of Nanostructured Transition Metal (M= Fe, V, Mn) Oxides for Sodium-Ion Batteries Oral Presentation – C. A. EllisTerrell, C. Rhodes, S. Perera, S. Niu, and R. Archer (Texas State University)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

Energy Technology Division Supramaniam Srinivasan Young Investigator Award Address Session – 13:50 – 14:30 Co-Chairs: Vito Di Noto, Stefano Passerini Sr., and Robert Kostecki 13:50

270

(Energy Technology Division Supramaniam Srinivasan Young Investigator Award) Na-MS-O Quaternary Cathode Materials for High Voltage Sodium Batteries – D. Dwibedi and P. Barpanda (Indian Institute of Science)

Fundamental Studies II – 14:30 – 16:15 Co-Chairs: Yuichi Aihara and Steve Greenbaum 14:30

271

(Invited) Lithium Batteries and Its Diagnosis System – T. Osaka, D. Mukoyama, and H. Nara (Waseda University)

14:55

272

Direct Visualization of the in-Plane and out-of-Plane Electrostatic Competition in P2 Type Na2/3TMO2 – D. Qian, J. K. Seo, J. Xu (University of California San Diego), K. L. More, M. Chi (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and Y. S. Meng (University of California, San Diego)

15:15

273

Measuring Li+ Inventory Losses in LiCoO2/C Cells Using Ex-Situ Raman Spectroscopy – C. M. Snyder (Sandia National Laboratories, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), D. Duquette (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), C. A. Apblett, A. M. Grillet, and T. E. Beechem III (Sandia National Laboratories)

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09:05


15:35

15:55

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Utilising Shiners for the Study of Oxygen Electrochemistry in the Lithium-Oxygen Battery – T. Galloway (University of Liverpool), S. Ball (Johnson Matthey), M. Copley (Johnson Matthey), and L. J. Hardwick (The University of Liverpool)

Tuesday, May 31

A02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Vito Di Noto, Stefano Passerini Sr., and Robert Kostecki •

276

Determination of Individual Contributions to the Ionic Conduction in Litf/Pegdme-150 Liquid Electrolyte – J. Popovic and J. Maier (Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research)

277

Transition Metal Oxide Nanosheets for Improved Performance Li-Ion and Mg-Ion Cathodes – C. Rhodes, S. Perera, R. Archer, S. Niu, and C. Ly (Texas State University)

279

Spark Plasma Sintering Study on the Super Ionic Glass Ceramic Conductor: Li7P3S11 – H. Nguyen, S. Hy, I. H. Chu, S. P. Ong (University of California, San Diego), and Y. S. Meng (University of California at San Diego)

280

Stabilization and Functionalization of P4332 Type LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 By Incorporation with Cu2+ Substitution and Characterization of Their Electrochemical Properties – N. Zettsu, H. Shiiba, K. Satoshi, and K. Teshima (Shinshu University)

281

Advanced Processing and Electrochemical Analysis of Novel Sodium-Rich AntiPerovskites Via Conventional Sintering and Spark Plasma Sintering Methods – E. Wu, H. Nguyen (University of California, San Diego), S. Hy (University of California San Diego), T. A. Yersak (General Motors Global R&D), and Y. S. Meng (University of California San Diego)

282 NaFe1-xMnxPO4 (0≤x≤1) as Positive Electrode Materials for Na-ion Batteries – M. Giner, M. Galceran, M. Reynaud, D. Saurel, M. CasasCabanas, and T. Rojo (CIC energiGUNE)

283

Improved Lithium-Sulfur Cell with a Thin Barrier Membrane – D. Moy and S. R. Narayanan (University of Southern California)

284

Electrochemical Characterization of Advanced Sulfur Cathode Materials for Li-S Batteries – D. T. Nguyen (Dept. of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry, Chungnam National University), A. Hoefling (Institute of Technical and Macromolecular Chemistry, University of Hamburg), Y. J. Lee (Institute of Inorganic and Applied Chemistry, University of Hamburg), P. Theato (Institute of Technical and Macromolecular Chemistry, University of Hamburg), and S. W. Song (Chungnam National University)

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Fe2O3/Carbon Nanocomposite As Cathode Catalyst for Non-Aqueous Lithium-Air Batteries – M. Wu and T. Zhao (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

288

Investigation of Few-Layer Exfoliated Graphene Platelets and Hierarchically Structured Paper-like Electrodes As Cathodes for Electrochemical Energy Storage: LithiumAir Battery – D. Saha (Materials Science & Engg., Michigan State University) and L. T. Drzal (Chemical Engg. and Mat. Sci., Michigan State University)

289

One-Dimensional Nanomaterial for Energy Storage – L. Mai, X. Tian (Wuhan University of Technology), L. Xu (Harvard University), and Q. Wei (Wuhan University of Technology)

290

Development of Novel Noncarbonate Electrolytes for Silicon Alloy Anodes – Y. Zhu, G. Cheng, D. Strand (Wildcat Discovery Technologies), and J. Yang (Wildcat Discovery Technology)

291

Improvement of Cycling Performance of Silicon-Graphite Composite Anode Using Blended Electrolyte Additives – H. Jo (Dept. of Energy Science and Techonology, Chungnam National University), X. M. Tran, D. T. Nguyen (Dept. of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry, Chungnam National University), D. M. Jeon, A. R. Yang (R&D Institute, EG Corp., Republic of Korea), and S. W. Song (Chungnam National University)

292

Molten Salt Synthesis of Transition Metal Oxides Modified Li4Ti5O12 As Anode Material of Li-Ion Battery – Q. Guo and B. Li (East China University of Science and Technology)

293

Aqueous Ceramic Coating upon Hydrophobic Polyethylene Lithium-Ion Battery Separators through Use of an Anionic Surfactant – H. Jeon, D. Yeon, T. Lee, J. Park, S. Hwang, M. H. Ryou, and Y. M. Lee (Hanbat National University)

294

Synthesis and Identification of Al-Based Ultrathin Films on Well-Defined Oxide Nanocrystals for Li-Ion Batteries – L. Hu (University of Illinois at Chicago) and J. Cabana (JCESR at University of Illinois at Chicago)

295

A New and Facile Method to Improve the Electrochemical Performance of Si Anode: Ultrathin Polydopamine Coating upon Conductive Carbon Particles – D. Song (Hanbat National University), D. S. Jung (Korea institute of ceramic engineering and technology), J. Choi (Hanbat National University, University of Wollongong), S. Kong, M. H. Ryou, and Y. M. Lee (Hanbat National University)

296

Prototype Sodium-Ion Batteries Using AirStable and Co/Ni-Free O3-Layered Metal Oxide Cathode – L. Mu, S. Xu (Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences), Y. S. Hu (Chinese Academy of Sciences), and L. Chen (Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

Probing Nonlinear Dynamics to Unlock New Insights into Battery Systems – M. D. Murbach and D. T. Schwartz (University of Washington)

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


297

Electrochemical Properties of Silicon Electrodes Having Polyimide Binders for Lithium-Ion Batteries – D. Song (Hanbat National University), S. H. Lee (Chungnam National University), K. Kim, I. Cho, M. H. Ryou (Hanbat National University), W. H. Park (Chungnam National University), and Y. M. Lee (Hanbat National University)

298

Influence of Electrolyte Solvent Properties on Li-O2 Battery Discharge Product Morphology – T. K. Zakharchenko and D. M. Itkis (Lomonosov Moscow State University)

308

Boron-Doped Carbon Coated Lithium Titanate As Anode Material for High-Rate SodiumIon Batteries – B. N. Yun (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), D. H. Long (Korea University of Science and Technology), Y. S. Lee (Center for Energy Convergence, KIST), Y. K. Sun (Hanyang University), and H. G. Jung (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)

309

Electrochemical Conversion Reaction of NiFe2O4 Electrode As an Anode Material for Li-Ion Battery – M. Islam, M. G. Jeong, F. Ghani (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), D. H. Long (Korea University of Science and Technology), I. H. Oh (, Korea University of Science and Technology), and H. G. Jung (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)

299

Investigation of the Solid Electrolyte Interphase (SEI) in Polysulfide-Containing Glyme-Based Electrolytes – M. Agostini (Rome University), X. Shizhao (National University of DefenseTechnology, China.), A. Matic (Chalmers University of Technology), and J. Hassoun (University of Ferrara, Italy)

310

300

Development and Novel Characterization of All-Solid-State Thin Film Batteries – T. A. Wynn, Z. Wang, J. Z. Lee, C. S. Rustomji, and Y. S. Meng (University of California, San Diego)

Enhanced Electrochemical Reversibility of Li-Rich Layered Li2MO3 Cathodes: Understanding Aliovalent Co3+ Substitution with Excess Lithium – P. Arunkumar and W. B. Im (Chonnam National University)

311

Fundamental Understanding of Li-S Battery Electrochemistry – L. Torres-Castro (University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory), S. C. Jones, J. Pasalic, and R. V. Bugga (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory)

312

Novel Electrode Materials for Rechargeable Magnesium Ion Batteries – L. Wang and F. Vullum-Bruer (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)

313

The Role of the F Anion in the Spinel Structure for the Enhancement of High Rate Capability and Cyclability in LiNi0.5 Mn1.5 O4-XFx Crystals – D. W. Kim (Shinshu University), H. Shiiba, N. Zettsu (CREST, JST), and K. Teshima (Shinshu University)

301

Investigation of Anatase-TiO2 As an Efficient Electrode Material for Magnesium-Ion Batteries – M. Zhang, A. C. MacRae, and Y. S. Meng (University of California San Diego)

302

Stabilization of Cubic-Na3PS4 to Enhance Ionic Conductivity of Solid Electrolytes for All-Solid-State Sodium Sulfur Batteries – C. Kompella, H. Nguyen, S. Hy, Z. Zhu, I. H. Chu, S. P. Ong, and Y. S. Meng (University of California, San Diego)

303

Structrual Stabilization of Layered NaxMO2 – M. Matsui (Kyoto University, Mie University), F. Mizukoshi, and N. Imanishi (Mie University)

304

Synthesis and Nitrogen-Plasma Treatment of Carbon Nanotube/Graphene Composites As Anode Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries – C. C. Lin and P. L. Chang (National Yunlin University of Science and Technology)

314

305

Amorphous Silicon Nitride Thin Film Anodes for Li-Ion Batteries – A. Ulvestad (University of Oslo, Institute for Energy Technology), J. P. Mæhlen, H. F. Andersen (Institute for Energy Technology), O. Prytz (University of Oslo), and M. Kirkengen (Institute for Energy Technology)

Freestanding Bilayer Carbon-Sulfur Electrode with Functionalized Porous Carbon for Entrapping Polysulfide in Improved Performance Li-S Battery – H. S. Kang and Y. K. Sun (Hanyang University)

315

Highly Porous Electrospun ZnCo2O4 Nanofibers for Lithium Ion Battery Electrodes – J. C. Kim, D. S. Kim (Korea University), I. H. Yeo (Dongguk University), and D. W. Kim (Korea University)

316

306

A Novel Strategy for Configuration of an Integrated Flexible Sulfur Cathode for High-Performance Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – H. Wang and W. Zhang (University of Wollongong)

Interconnected Ge/Cu Nanostructured Anodes for High Areal Capacity Li-Ion Microbatteries – G. H. Lee (Korea University), S. Lee (Korea Unversity), S. I. Mho (Ajou University), and D. W. Kim (Korea University)

317

Improvement of the Cycling Performance of Sulfur Cathode Active Materials By DualConducting Polymer Coating – Y. S. Lee, T. G. Jeong, H. G. Jung, and K. Y. Chung (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)

318

Sodium-Ion Polymer Batteries Assembled with Composite Gel Polymer Electrolytes – Y. S. Lee (Center for Energy Convergence, KIST), A. G Kannan, W. K. Shin, D. W. Kim (Department of Chemical Engineering, Hanyang University), and K. Y. Chung (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)

307

Facile Synthesis of Anhydrous Metal Fluoride Nanocomposites Using Ammonium Fluoride and Their Application to High Performance Lithium-Ion Battery Cathodes – J. Chun (POSTECH), Y. Kim (UNIST), and J. Lee (POSTECH)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

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319

Influence of Excess Lithium on the Electrochemical Performance of Li1+ZMnTiO4 Spinel Structure for High Capacity and Long Cycle Life – N. H. Vu and W. B. Im (Chonnam National University)

320

High-Energy and Safe Positive Electrode Material with Two-Slope Concentration Gradient for Lithium-Ion Batteries – B. B. Lim, C. S. Yoon (Hanyang University), S. J. Kim, J. J. Lee (BMW Group), and Y. K. Sun (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University)

Tuesday, May 31

321

High-Rate Sodium Storage in Anatase Mesoporous TiO2 Nanoparticles Embedded in Carbon Nanotubes – J. Y. Hwang (Hanyang University), S. T. Myung (Sejong University), A. Abouimrane (Qatar Environment & Energy Research Institute, HBKU), I. Belharouak (Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute), and Y. K. Sun (Hanyang University)

322

Investigation of the Degradation of Metallic Lithium Electrode Protected By Bilayer Solid Electrolyte in Lithium-Oxygen Batteries – H. T. T. Le, D. T. Ngo, and C. J. Park (Chonnam National University)

323

Effect of Lithium in Transition Metal Layers of High-Ni Positive Electrode Materials on Electrochemical Properties – B. B. Lim, C. S. Yoon (Hanyang University), S. T. Myung (Sejong University), S. Komaba (Tokyo University of Science, ESICB-Kyoto University), and Y. K. Sun (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University)

A04

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Multiscale Computational Approaches for the Simulation of Battery Electrodes Fabrication – A. A. Franco (LRCS (CNRS & UPJV), France; RS2E & ALISTORE ERI, LRCS Université de Picardie Jules Verne & CNRS UMR 7314), G. Shukla (LRCS), M. Morcrette (Laboratoire de Réactivité et de Chimie des Solides), and S. Cavalaglio (LRCS & RS2E)

09:40

415

Smoothed Boundary Method Simulations of Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy for Energy Materials with Complex Microstructures – H. C. Yu, M. J. Choe (University of Michigan), Y. M. Chiang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), G. G. Amatucci (Rutgers University), and K. Thornton (University of Michigan)

10:00

416

The State of Charge of Electrodes and Its Effects on Lithium-Iron-Phosphate Battery Simulation – H. H. Huang (Dept of BioIndustrial Mechatronics Eng Nat’l Taiwan Univ), W. L. Chung (Dept of Mechanical Eng Nat’l Taiwan Univ), K. C. Liao (Dept of BioIndustrial Mechatronics Eng Nat’l Taiwan Univ), C. F. Lee, J. Y. Tien (Phoenix Silicon International Co.), and H. Y. Chen (Dept of Bio-Industrial Mechatronics Eng Nat’l Taiwan Univ)

10:20 Break 10:30

417

Image-Based Reconstruction and Statistical Characterization of Li-Ion Battery Electrode Microstructures – R. Mukherjee, A. Mistry, and P. P. Mukherjee (Texas A&M University)

10:50

418

Surface Reactivity of a Carbonaceous Cathode in Li-O2 CELLS – S. Brutti (Dipartimento di Scienze, Università della Basilicata), M. Carboni, and A. G. Marrani (Dipartimento di Chimica, Sapienza Università di Roma)

Parameter Characterization for a Li-Ion Cell with Blended Cathode   – M. Guo, E. Carlson, and R. Chamberlain (Boston Power)

11:10

419

Ether Degradation Thermodynamics in LiO2 Redox Environments: A Computational Study – S. Brutti (Dipartimento di Scienze, Università della Basilicata), M. Carboni, A. G. Marrani (Dipartimento di Chimica, Sapienza Università di Roma), and R. Spezia (CNRSLAMBE Université d’Evry)

Mesoscale Modeling of Lithium-Ion Battery Electrodes: Computational Requirements and the Role of Polymeric Binders – S. A. Roberts, B. L. Trembacki, H. Mendoza, K. N. Long, V. E. Brunini, and A. M. Grillet (Sandia National Laboratories)

11:30

420

Microstructure Morphology-Performance Relations in Porous Rechargeable Batteries – L. D. Robinson and R. E. García (Purdue University)

11:50

421

Modeling Battery Performance Due to Intercalation Driven Volume Change in Porous Electrodes – T. R. Garrick (University of South Carolina), Y. Dai, K. Higa, V. Srinivasan (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and J. W. Weidner (University of South Carolina)

12:10

422

Estimating and Identifying Parameters from Charge-Discharge Curves of Lithium-Ion Batteries – Y. Qi (University of Washington), S. B. Lee (University of Washington, Seattle), D. T. Schwartz (University of Washington), S. Santhanagopalan (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), and V. Subramanian (University of Washington, Seattle)

Battery Modeling and Computation

Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Indigo 202 A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Multi-scale Modeling – 08:30 – 12:30 Co-Chairs: Long-Qing Chen and Yue Qi 08:30

412

(Invited) Phase-Field Method of Li Dendrite Formation during Electrodeposition – L. Chen (Mississippi State University), Z. Liu (The Pennsylvania State University), Y. Qi (Michigan State University), P. Lu (General Motors R&D Center), and L. Q. Chen (The Pennsylvania State University)

09:00

413

Real-Time Dynamic Simulation of Electrochemical Battery Models for Grid Applications – S. B. Lee, M. Pathak (University of Washington, Seattle), W. Gao (University of Denver), V. Viswanathan (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), and V. Subramanian (University of Washington, Seattle)

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Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


A04 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chair: Ying Shirley Meng •

423

Influence of Different Charge Protocols on Diffusion-Induced Stress within Electrode Particles – J. F. Lee (National Taiwan University), Y. S. Lin (Industrial Technology Research Institute), and K. C. Chen (National Taiwan University)

424

Energetically Stable LiMn2O4 Surface Structure and Its Equilibrium Shape – S. Kim and C. Wolverton (Northwestern University)

425

Modeling and Simulation of Thermal Runaway in Cylindrical 18650 Lithium-Ion Batteries – A. M. Melcher, B. Lei, C. Ziebert, M. Rohde, and H. J. Seifert (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAM-AWP)

426

Population Balance Model of Lithium Ion Batteries – A. A. Tahmasbi, T. Kadyk, and M. Eikerling (Simon Fraser University, Department of Chemistry)

427

3D Simulation on the Internal Distributed Properties of Lithium-Ionbattery with Planar Tabbed Configuration – Y. Cheng (School of Metallurgy and Environment, Central South Univ.), J. Li (Central South University), M. Jia, and S. Du (School of Metallurgy and Environment, Central South Univ.)

428

Computer Modelling Studies of Lithium Transport in Nanoporous and Bulk BetaMnO2 – P. E. Ngoepe (University of Limpopo, Sovenga, 0727, South Africa), T. X. T. Sayle (University of Kent, Canterbury, CT2 7NZ, UK.), and D. C. Sayle (University of Kent, Canterbury, CT2 7NZ, UK)

429

The Redox Potential and Chemical Stability of Li7P3S11 Using VASP Calculation – C. H. Doh (Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute)

430

First Principles Investigation of the Delithiation Process in Li2s – J. Postlewaite, Z. Wawrzyniakowski, and Y. Ma (University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire)

431

Ab Initio Modeling of Li/Li6PS5Cl Interface Formation in Lithium Solid State Batteries – T. Cheng, B. V. Merinov (California Institute of Technology), B. Kozinsky (Robert Bosch Research and Technology Center), and W. A. Goddard III (California Institute of Technology)

A05

Electrochemistry and Batteries for Safe and Lowcost Energy Storage

08:30

475

(Invited) Dry Electrode Process Technology – H. Duong, A. Suszko, and H. Feigenbaum (Maxwell Technologies)

09:00

476

An Active Li-Mn-O Compound for High Energy Density Li-Ion Batteries – M. Freire (CRISMAT, SAFT), N. V. Kosova (Institute of Solid State Chemistry and Mechanochemistry), C. Jordy (SAFT), D. Chateigner, O. Lebedev, A. Maignan, and V. Pralong (CRISMAT)

09:20

477

Molecular Basis of Active Material-Blocking By Intrinsically Microporous Polymer Membranes in All-Organic Flow Batteries – B. A. Helms, A. L. Ward, P. D. Frischmann (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), E. Chenard (University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign), C. S. Sevov (University of Michigan), N. Gavvalapalli (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), A. Baskin, D. Prendergast (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), M. Sanford (University of Michigan), and J. S. Moore (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, USA)

09:40 10:10

478

Solar Rechargeable Redox Battery Based on Polysulfide Electrochemistry – M. A. Mahmoudzadeh, A. R. Usgaocar (The University of British Columbia), J. Giorgio, D. L. Officer, G. G. Wallace (University of Wollongong), and J. D. W. Madden (University of British Columbia)

10:30

479

Positive and Negative Potassium-Ion Electrodes’ Behavior in Non-Aqueous Electrolytes – C. Vaalma, D. Buchholz, and S. Passerini Sr. (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU))

10:50

480

Nitrogen-Doped Graphene/Sulfur Composite As Cathode Material for Room-Temperature Sodium-Sulfur Battery Application – Y. Hao (Florida International University), X. Li (Center of Energy and Material , Tianjin Normal University), and C. Wang (Florida International University)

11:10

481

Structure and Electrochemical Properties of Na0.44MnO2 As Positive Electrode Material in Sodium Ion Battery – T. V. Man (Department of Physical Chemistry, VNUHCM-Univ. Science), N. L. T. Huynh (APCLAB, VNUHCM-University of Science), V. H. Nguyen (Department of Physical Chemistry, VNUHCM-Univ. Science), and L. M. L. Phung (APCLAB, VNUHCM-Univ. Science)

11:30

482

Morphology/Properties Correlations in TiO2 Nanostructured Material As Negative Electrodes in Sodium Ion Batteries – R. Ruffo, G. Longoni, C. M. Mari (University of Milano Bicocca), R. L. Pena Cabrera (State University of Milano), and M. Darienzo (University of Milano Bicocca)

11:50

483

Investigation of Nano Carbon Materials with Incorporation of Catalyst As Air-Cathode Materials for Sodium-Air Batteries – J. J. Wu (NASA Glenn Research Center) and Z. Peng (University of Akron)

Battery / Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Indigo Ballroom B, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Non-aqueous Batteries for Energy Storage – 08:00 – 12:10 Co-Chairs: James J. Wu and Judith A. Jeevarajan 08:00

474

(Invited) Can Basic Research in Academia Predict Battery Field Failures? – J. A. Jeevarajan (Underwriter’s Laboratories Inc.)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

Break

Tuesday, May 31

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center

91


Aqueous Batteries for Energy Storage – 13:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Ping Liu and Chengdu Liang 13:00

484

(Invited) Low Cost Zn-LMO Aqueous Battery for Large-Scale Energy Storage Systems (ESS) – Y. Guo, Y. Su, and C. Liang (Ningde Amperex Technology Limited)

13:30

485

(Invited) Metal Hydride-Air Batteries for Large-Scale Energy Storage Systems – R. V. Bugga (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory), B. Fultz (California Institute of Technology), and D. Addison (Liox)

14:00

486

Catalytic Deposition of ZnO on Bi2O3 Surface Towards Prolonged Zn-Based Aqueous Rechargeable Battery – J. Shin, R. Kumar, J. M. You (University of California, San Diego), J. Wang (UCSD), and Y. S. Meng (University of California, San Diego)

Tuesday, May 31

14:20

14:40

487

488

A Full Prussian Blue Cell Containing a Hexacyanomanganate(II/I) Anode and a Cosolvent Electrolyte – C. D. Wessells (Alveo Energy), W. Yang, R. Qiao (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and L. A. Wray (New York University) Returning to Zinc to Meet the Challenges for Next-Generation Energy Storage – J. F. Parker, C. N. Chervin, J. W. Long (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), E. S. Nelson (Pathways Student at US Naval Research Laboratory), and D. R. Rolison (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory)

15:00

489

Half-Cell Electrochemical Performance and Cost-Benefit Analysis of Utilizing Hybrid Ionic Liquids in Zinc/Bromine Flow Batteries – G. P. Rajarathnam and A. Vassallo (The University of Sydney)

15:20

490

Calcium Hydroxide Membrane As a Separator to Immobilize Zincate Ions in Secondary Alkaline Batteries – J. Huang, G. G. Yadav, J. W. Gallaway, M. Nyce, and S. Banerjee (CUNY Energy Institute at the City College of New York)

15:40

491

Operation System for Aluminum-Air Cell: A Strategy to Harvest the Energy from Low-Cost Aluminium – B. Chen and Y. C. Leung (The University of Hong Kong)

B01

08:20

92

572

Heteroatom Doped-Carbon Nanospheres for Energy Storage Systems – S. Ferrari, G. Pappas (The University of Warwick), X. Huang (Shanghai Jiao Tong University), R. Bhagat (Warwick University), D. Haddleton, and C. Wan (The University of Warwick)

09:00

573

Studies of Fundamental Charge Transfer Processes in Organic Radical-Containing Polymer Films Using Spectroelectrochemical Techniques – B. K. Hughes, W. A. Braunecker, J. C. Johnson, R. Ihly, and T. Gennett (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

09:20

574

Modification of Hierarchical CNT Honeycomb Structures with Fe2O3 for Li-Ion Battery Anodes – S. Jessl, D. Copic, and M. F. L. De Volder (University of Cambridge)

09:40 Break 10:00

575

Graphdiyne for High Capacity and LongLife Lithium Storage – C. Huang (Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technology)

10:20

576

Preparations of Turpentine Based Carbon Nanospheres As Anode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries – A. A. Arie, I. Devina Konstantia (Parahyangan Catholic University), M. Halim, and J. K. Lee (Korea University of Science and Technology)

B02

Carbon Nanostructures in Medicine and Biology Nanocarbons Aqua 311 A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Nanocarbons for Therapeutic Applications – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chair: Nicole M. Iverson 08:00

609

(Invited) Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes As Multimodal Agents for Biological Imaging and Drug Delivery – A. V. Naumov (Texas Christian University), O. Gliko, M. Weiss (Ensysce Biosciences Inc.), R. B. Weisman (Rice University), and L. Kirkpatrick (Ensysce Biosciences Inc.)

08:20

610

Carbon Nanotubes for Theranostics – A. Gajewska, J. M. Gonzalez Dominguez, and T. DaRos (Trieste University)

08:40

611

(Invited) Non-Covalent Functionalization of Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes with Engineered Proteins for Targeted Subcellular Delivery – K. N. Dahl (Carnegie Mellon University)

09:00

612

PET Imaging of Tumor Uptake of a Biocompatible C60 Fullerene Drug Delivery Vector – N. G. Zaibaq, M. J. Collins (Rice University), S. J. Corr, S. A. Curley (Baylor College of Medicine), and L. J. Wilson (Rice University)

09:20

613

Digitonin Dispersed Carbon Nanotubes to Remove Cholesterol from Serum – S. L. Baker, K. N. Dahl, and M. F. Islam (Carnegie Mellon University)

Carbon Nanostructures for Energy Conversion

Nanocarbons / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Aqua 313, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Energy Storage II – 08:00 – 10:40 Co-Chairs: Stephen K. Doorn and Daniel Bélanger 08:00

08:40

570

571

Activated Fullerene Nanostructures As High-Performance Supercapacitors – X. Lu (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) Electrosynthesised Metal (Ni, Fe, Co) Oxide Films on Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Platforms and Their Supercapacitance in Acidic and Neutral pH Media – A. S. Adekunle (Obafemi Awolowo University, IleIfe), K. I. Ozoemena (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, S. Africa), and E. E. Ebenso (North-West University (Mafikeng Campus))

09:40

Break

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


10:00

614

(Invited) Sugar/Nanocarbon Hybrids As Multivalent Inhibitors of Artificial Ebola Virus Infection – N. Martin (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain), B. Illescas (Universidad Complutense), and A. Muñoz (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)

10:20

615

Targeting Type-I Eicosacationic [70] Fullerene-(Light Harvesting Antenna) PDI Agents for Efficient Photokilling of Multiantibiotics-Resistant Bacteria – M. Wang (University of Massachusetts, Lowell), Y. Huang (Massachusetts General Hospital), M. Hamblin (Harvard Medical School), and L. Chiang (University of Massachusetts)

617

Synthesis of Red Fluorescent Graphene Quantum Dots for the Bioimaging Platform – L. Fan (Beijing Normal University)

11:20

618

Well-Defined Water-Soluble C60-PVP Conjugate – E. G. V. Tiu, S. Aroua, and Y. Yamakoshi (ETH Zürich)

11:40

619

Labeling and Tracking Stem Cells By X-Ray Imaging Using a Hybrid Bismuth/Carbon Nanotube Contrast Agent – M. HernándezRivera, I. Kumar, S. Y. Cho, K. H. Whitmire (Rice University), M. da Graça CabreiraHansen (Texas Heart Institute), and L. J. Wilson (Rice University)

11:00

11:00

627

(Invited) Revisited Roles of Bimetallic Catalysts for Controlled CVD Growth of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes – S. Maruyama (Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, The University of Tokyo), R. Xiang, H. An, Y. Qian (The University of Tokyo), K. Cui (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, The University of Tokyo), A. Kumamoto, T. Inoue, S. Chiashi, and Y. Ikuhara (The University of Tokyo)

11:20

628

(Invited) Growth of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes with Specific Structure – Y. Li and F. Yang (Peking University)

11:40

629

(Invited) Resolution of Carbon Nanotube Enantiomers By DNA – M. Zheng (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

12:00 Break 14:00

630

Selective Desorption of Multiple High-Purity SWCNT Fractions from Hydrogels through Co-Surfactant Modulation – Y. Zhao, J. Clar, L. Li, J. Xu, T. Yuan, J. C. J. Bonzongo, and K. J. Ziegler (University of Florida)

14:20

631

(Invited) Application of Aqueous Two-Phase Partitioning Towards Total Structure Control of Single-Wall Carbon Nanotube Dispersed Populations – J. A. Fagan (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

14:40

632

(Invited) Chirality-Dependent Surfactant Interactions Unravelled By Systematic Ultracentrifugal and Aqueous Two-Phase Separations – S. Cambre, J. Defillet, and W. Wenseleers (University of Antwerp)

15:00

633

(Invited) Formation of ThermodynamicallyStable Surfactant Structures Around Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes – Y. Zhao, J. Clar, J. Xu, J. C. J. Bonzongo, and K. J. Ziegler (University of Florida)

15:20

634

Raman Spectroscopic Evidence of the Selective Extraction of Metallic SWNTs By Polymethyl(1-undecylic acidyl)Silane – J. Gao, Y. Huang, and Y. Lian (Heilongjiang University)

Tissue Engineering with Nanocarbons – 14:00 – 15:20 Co-Chair: Mohammad F. Islam 14:00

620

(Invited) Carbon Nanotubes and Cellular Perturbation: Augmentation of Differentiation Dynamics in Neural Stem Cells – S. Jedlicka (Lehigh University), M. Pirbhai (Susquehanna University), and S. V. Rotkin (Physics Department, Lehigh University)

14:20

621

Pyrolized 3D Carbon Scaffolds and Electrical Stimulation Enhance Differentiation of Neurons – A. Perebikovsky and M. J. Madou (University of California, Irvine)

14:40

622

SU-8-Derived Carbon Nanopillars Enhance Stem Cell Differentiation into Dopaminergic Neurons – A. I. Bunea, L. Amato, A. Casci Ceccacci, S. S. Keller, N. Bent Larsen, A. Heiskanen, and J. Emnéus (Technical University of Denmark)

15:00 Break

B03

Carbon Nanotubes - From Fundamentals to Devices

Fullerenes - Chemical Functionalization, Electron Transfer, and Theory Nanocarbons Aqua 311 A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

OPV Applications – 15:20 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Attila Janos Mozer and Jan Hummelen 15:20

710

(Invited) Prisitine C60 and C70 fullerenes As Electron Transport Materials for Perovskite Solar Cells – J. L. Delgado (Polymat and Ikerbasque)

15:40

711

(Invited) On the Way to Molecular Building Blocks for Next Gen OPV – J. Hummelen (University of Groningen)

16:00

712

(Invited) The Effect of Increased Dielectric Screening on Bimolecular Recombination of Photogenerated Charges in Polymer:Fullerene Bulk Heterojunctions – A. J. Mozer (University of Wollongong), T. M. Clarke (Department of Chemistry, University College London), and G. Zhang (University of Wollongong)

Nanocarbons / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Aqua 313, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Nanotube Synthesis and Separations – 10:40 – 15:40 Co-Chairs: Fotios Papadimitrakopoulos and YuHuang Wang 10:40

B05

626

(Invited) Toward Selective Synthesis of Carbon Nanotubes: Paradoxes and Perspectives – A. R. Harutyunyan (Honda Research Institute USA Inc)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

Tuesday, May 31

Novel Nanocarbon Materials in Biomedicine – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chair: Stuart J. Corr

93


B08

Porphyrins, Phthalocyanines, and Supramolecular Assemblies Nanocarbons Aqua 314, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Porphyrinoids – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Roberto Paolesse and Hiroshi Shinokubo 08:00

Tuesday, May 31

08:20

820

821

(Invited) Electrochemistry of Nitrophenylcorroles in Nonaqueous Media – X. Jiang, W. Shan (University of Houston), S. Pacquelet, N. Desbois, C. Gros (Université de Bourgogne Franche-Comté), and K. M. Kadish (University of Houston) (Invited) Phosphorus Complexes of Corrole – R. Paolesse (University of Rome Tor Vergata), M. L. Naitana (Rome Tor Vergata University), S. Nardis, G. Pomarico, M. Stefanelli, and F. Mandoj (University of Rome Tor Vergata)

08:40

822

(Invited) The Reactivity and Mechanistic Studies of Group 14 Corrole Complexes – X. Fu (Peking University)

09:00

823

(Invited) Efficient Electrocatalysis of Oxygen Reduction with Metallo-Corroles – L. Elbaz (Bar-Ilan University), N. Levi (Bar Ilan University), A. Mahammed, and Z. Gross (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology)

09:20

824

(Invited) [30]Trithiadodecaazahexaphyrins: Synthesis and Properties – O. Trukhina (IMDEA Nanociencia, 28049 Madrid, Spain), M. Islyaikin (Ivanovo State University of Chemistry and Technology), M. S. RodriguezMorgade (Autonoma University of Madrid), T. Torres (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid), E. Ivanov (Ivanovo State University of Chemistry and Technology), and E. Caballero (Autonoma University of Madrid)

Applications – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Corrado Di Natale and Victor Borovkov 14:00

832

(Invited) Porphyrins Based Gas Sensors and Their Applications – C. Di Natale and R. Paolesse (University of Rome Tor Vergata)

14:20

833

(Invited) Switching of Single Molecule Magnetism and Conductance in PorphyrinBased Terbium Double-Decker Complexes – T. Ogawa (Osaka University)

14:40

834

(Invited) Photodynamic Inactivation of Natural Environmental Biofilm Forming Microorganisms on Surfaces – B. Roeder, A. Preuß, and T. Borhuetter (HumboldtUniversitaet zu Berlin)

15:00

835

(Invited) Interactions of AntioxidantSubstituted Macrocycles – J. P. Hill (WPI Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics), D. Payne, Y. Matsushita (National Institute for Materials Science), S. Jin, J. Labuta, and K. Ariga (WPI Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics)

15:20

836

(Invited) Application of Ethane-Bridged Bis-Porphyrin Structural Motif for Effective Supramolecular Chirogenesis, Sensor Development, and Light Harvesting Systems – V. Borovkov and N. Gathergood (TALLINN UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY)

15:40

837

(Invited) New Porphyrin-Based Probes for In Vivo Two-Photon Phosphorescence Lifetime Microscopy (2PLM) of Oxygen – S. Vinogradov and T. Esipova (University of Pennsylvania)

B09

09:40 Break 10:00

825

(Invited) Metal Ion Induced Cyclization of Phenoxybilinones to 5-Oxaporphyrin Metal Complexes – T. Mizutani (Doshisha University)

10:20

826

(Invited) Synthesis and Structures of FreeBase [14]Tribenzotriphyrin(2.1.1) and Their Metal Complexes – Z. Xue, Y. Wang, and Z. Ou (Jiangsu University)

10:40

827

(Invited) Synthesis and Properties of Antiaromatic Porphyrins – H. Shinokubo (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University)

11:00

828

(Invited) Predicting the Degree of Aromaticity of Novel Porphyrinoid Compounds – H. Fliegl (University of Oslo)

11:20

829

(Invited) Synthesis and Property of CarbazoleBased Porphyrins – C. Maeda (Okayama University)

11:40

830

(Invited) Design of High NIR Emissive Lanthanide Porphyrinoids – J. L. Zhang, J. Y. Hu, and Y. Y. Ning (Peking University)

12:00

831

(Invited) Pyrrole-Based Ion-Pairing Supramolecular Assemblies – H. Maeda (Ritsumeikan University)

94

Engineering Carbon Hybrids - Carbon Electronics 2

Dielectric Science and Technology / Battery / Electronics and Photonics / Nanocarbons / Sensor Aqua 311 B, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Carbon-based Batteries, Fuel Cells and Supercapacitors – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Chandra Shekhar Sharma and Bidhan Pramanick 08:00

905

Modeling and Experimental Study of Micro Enzymatic Biofuel Cells – Y. Song and C. Wang (Florida International University)

08:20

906

SU-8 Photoresist Derived 3D Carbon Microelectrode As High Capacity Anode Material for Lithium Ion Battery – M. Kakunuri, M. Suresh, and C. S. Sharma (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad)

08:40

907

SU-8/CNT Composite Carbon Nanofiber Web As a High Capacity Anode Material for Lithium Ion Battery – M. Kakunuri, S. Kaushik, A. Saini, and C. S. Sharma (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad)

09:00

908

Development of Micro-Supercapacitor Electrodes Based on Hybrid Transition Metal Oxide, Carbonized Silicon Nanowire Array – S. Ortaboy (University of California at Berkeley, Istanbul University), J. Alper (University of California at Berkeley, NIMBE, IRAMIS-CEA), C. Carraro, and R. Maboudian (University of California at Berkeley)

09:20

909

Development of Pyrolyzed Nanoporous Carbon Electrodes with Sponge-like Networks of Mesopores for Use As Supercapacitors – Y. Lim, S. H. Joo, and H. Shin (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology) Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


Break

15:20

920

Fabricating Carbon Nanofiber Electrodes with Embedded Iron Nanoparticles Using Block Copolymers Templates – S. Holmberg (University of California Irvine), M. Ghazinejad (California State University, Fresno, University of California, Irvine), and M. J. Madou (University of California, Irvine)

15:40

921

Porous Carbon Interdigitated Electrode Arrays for Electrochemical Biosensors – F. Ibrahim, R. S. Selvarajan, B. Yafouz (University of Malaya), M. J. Madou (University of California, Irvine), P. Azari, S. B. Abd Hamid, and S. N. Gan (University of Malaya)

Carbon-based Sensors and Actuators – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chair: Carlos D. Garcia 10:00

10:20

10:40

910

911

912

Carbon Electrodes Using Electrical and Electrochemical Sensing for Neuroplasticity Investigation – M. Hirabayashi, S. Kassegne (San Diego State University, Center for Sensorimotor and Neural Engineering), and A. Ievins (University of Washington, Center for Sensorimotor and Neural Engineering) Modeling and Characterization of Tissue/ Electrode Interface in Capacitive µ-Ecog Glassy Carbon Electrodes – N. Goshi, M. Vomero (San Diego State University), I. Dryg (University of Washington), and S. Kassegne (Center for Sensorimotor and Neural Engineering, San Diego State University) In-Vivo Characterization of Glassy Carbon µ-Electrodes and Histological Analysis of Brain Tissue after Chronic Implants – M. Vomero (San Diego State University), I. Dryg, T. Maxfield (University of Washington), W. Shain, S. Perlmutter, and S. Kassegne (Center for Sensorimotor and Neural Engineering)

11:00

913

Biosensing and Photoinactivation of S.Typhi in Water with ZnO-Rgo Hybridphotocatalysts – S. B. Abd Hamid, P. K. Lee, S. J. Teh, and K. L. Thong (University of Malaya)

11:20

914

3D Carbon-Electrode Dielectrophoresis for Enrichment of a Small Cell Population from a Large Sample Volume – M. Islam, R. Natu (Clemson University), M. F. LarragaMartinez (University of Iowa), G. C. Dávila (Tecnológico de Monterrey), and R. MartinezDuarte (Clemson University)

11:40

915

Assessing the Advantages of Using Square Wave Signals for Particle Trapping in CarbonElectrode Dielectrophoresis – G. Contreras Dávila, J. I. Gómez-Quiñones, V. H. PerezGonzalez (Tecnológico de Monterrey), and R. Martinez-Duarte (Clemson University)

D01

Dielectrics for Nanosystems 7: Materials Science, Processing, Reliability, and Manufacturing -and- Solid State Topics General Session Dielectric Science and Technology / Electronics and Photonics / Energy Technology / Luminescence and Display Materials / Nanocarbons / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Sensor Sapphire 410 A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Characterization and Analysis – 08:30 – 12:30 Co-Chairs: Anabela Veloso, K. Kita, and Yaw S. Obeng 08:30

996

(Invited) Broadband Spectroscopic Characterization of Electrically Active Defects in Dielectrics: Monitoring the in-Service Evolution of Dialectics in Integrated System – Y. S. Obeng, C. A. Okoro, P. K. Amoah, and L. You (NIST)

09:00

997

(Invited) Characterization of Buried Interfaces with Scanning Probe Microscopes – J. J. Kopanski (National Institute of Standards and Technology), L. You, and Y. S. Obeng (NIST)

09:30 09:50

998

(Invited) Non-Destructive Characterization of Dielectric - Semiconductor Interface By Second Harmonic Generation – I. Ionica, D. Damianos, A. Kaminski (IMEP-LAHC, Minatec, Grenoble INP, Univ. GrenobleAlpes), G. Vitrant (IMEP-LAHC, Minatec, Univ. Grenoble-Alpes, CNRS), D. BlancPélissier (INL, INSA de Lyon), J. Changala, M. Kryger (FemtoMetrix), C. Barbos (INL, INSA de Lyon), and S. Cristoloveanu (IMEPLAHC, INP Minatec)

10:20

999

(Invited) A Complete Suite of Experimental Techniques for Electrical Characterization of Conventional and Incoming High-k DielectricBased Devices – S. Dueñas, H. Castán, H. García (UNIVERSIDAD DE VALLADOLID), T. Arroval, A. Tamm (University of Tartu), K. Kukli (University of Tartu, University of Helsinki), and J. Aarik (University of Tartu)

10:50

1000

(Invited) Defect Spectroscopy and Engineering for Nanoscale Electron Device Applications: A Novel Simulation-Based Methodology – L. Larcher (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, MDLab), G. Sereni (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia), and L. Vandelli (MDLab)

Advances in Carbon-based Fibers and Wires – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chair: Stephan Sylvest Keller 14:00

916

Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) a Potent Nanoplatform for Biomolecular Sensing – M. Al Amin, M. M. Rahman, and S. B. Abd Hamid (University of Malaya)

14:20

917

Pyrolysed 3D Carbon Microelectrodes for Electrochemistry – S. Hemanth, C. Caviglia, A. Heiskanen, J. Emnéus, and S. S. Keller (Technical University of Denmark)

14:40

918

Fabricating Suspended Carbon Wires Using SU-8 Photolithography – E. Giogli (CLEMSON UNIVERSITY), M. Islam, and R. Martinez-Duarte (Clemson University)

15:00

919

Study of Pulling Effect on the Electrical Conductivity of Suspended Carbon Microfibers Due to Electromechanical Spinning (EMS) – A. Salazar, M. Bauer, S. Holmberg (University of California Irvine), and M. J. Madou (University of California, Irvine)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

Intermission

95

Tuesday, May 31

09:40


11:20

11:50

Tuesday, May 31

12:10

1001

1002

1003

(Invited) Electrochemical Small-Angle Neutron Scattering (eSANS) for Simultaneous Structure and Redox Characterization of Dispersed Nanoparticles – V. Prabhu, V. Reipa (National Institute of Standards and Technology), P. Bonnesen, and A. J. Rondinone (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Scanning Probe-Based in-Situ High Temperature Electrical and Electrochemical Studies – C. S. Ng (UC Merced, Nanyang Technological University), J. D. Baek (Nanyang Technological University), V. Zade, A. Villegas (UC Merced), P. C. Su (Nanyang Technological University), A. Martini (UC Merced), and M. H. Lee (University of California, Merced) Performance Analysis of InAs/Alsb MosHemt By Self-Consistent Capacitance-Voltage Characterization and Direct Tunneling Gate Leakage Current – I. Ahmed, S. Chowdhury (Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology), M. H. Alam (University of Texas, Austin), I. A. Niaz (University of California, San Diego), and Q. D. M. Khosru (Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology)

Reliability and Analysis – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Irina Ionica and Joseph J. Kopanski 14:00

1004

(Invited) Trench-gated MOSFET Instability Caused by High Temperature Reverse-bias Stress – J. Hao (Fairchild Semiconductor)

14:30

1005

(Invited) Tuning the Strain and Physical Properties of Highly Epitaxial Perovskite Thin Films on Vicinal Substrates – Y. Lin, G. Yao, M. Gao (University of Electronic Science and Technology of China), and C. Chen (University of Texas at San Antonio)

15:00 Intermission 15:10

1006

(Invited) On the Modeling of the Charge Pumping Curves – D. Bauza (IMEP-LAHC)

15:40

1007

Two States Phenomenon Induced By Neighboring Device Coupling Effect in MIS(p) Tunnel Current – W. C. Kao, J. Y. Chen, and J. G. Hwu (National Taiwan University)

D04

1071

(Invited) Deep Silicon Etching Increasingly Relevant >20 Years on! – D. Thomas, M. Muggeridge, J. Hopkins, N. Launay, H. Ashraf, and T. Barrass (SPTS Technologies)

10:50

1072

(Invited) Plasma Process Simulation for Advanced Semiconductor Applications – P. Ventzek (Tokyo Electron America Inc.), A. Ranjan (TEL Technology Center, America LLC), H. Ueda, and K. Ishibashi (Tokyo Electron Ltd.)

11:30

1073

(Invited) Surface Science Aspects of Etching with Atomic Scale Fidelity – T. Lill, K. J. Kanarik (Lam Research), S. S. H. Tan (Lam Research Corporation), M. Shen, Y. Pan (Lam Research), J. Marks (Lam Research Corporation), V. Vahedi, and R. A. Gottscho (Lam Research)

Plasma and Thermal Processes for Materials Modification, Synthesis and Processing 3 – 14:00 – 16:15 Co-Chairs: Manfred Engelhardt, O. M. Leonte, and Dennis W. Hess 14:00

1074

(Invited) Impact of Spark Plasma Sintering on the Thermoelectric Properties of Advanced Nanostructured Materials for Waste Heat Recovery – Y. Wu (Iowa State University)

14:40

1075

Novel Strategies for the Mass Production of Corrosion-Resistant Nanowires and Their Bottom-up Assembly into Isotropic/ Anisotropic Energy Conversion Devices – S. Vaddiraju (Department of Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University)

15:00 Break 15:15

1076

Plasma Etching Chemistry for Smoothening Ofultrananocrystalline Diamond Films – M. K. Sunkara (Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research), D. Jaramillo-Cabanzo, and G. Willing (University of Louisville)

15:35

1077

Environmental Friendly Fluorine Mixture for CVD Cleaning Processes to Replace C2F6, CF4 and NF3 – R. Wieland, J. Boudaden (Fraunhofer EMFT), and M. Pittroff (Solvay Fluor GmbH)

15:55

1078

Proton Inserted SiO2 Dielectrics for Nonvolatile Memory-Thin Film Transistor – J. N. Jang (Display and Semiconductor Physics, Korea University, Center for Advanced Photonic Materials, Korea University), J. Yun, and M. Hong (Display and Semiconductor Physics, Korea University)

Plasma and Thermal Processes for Materials Modification, Synthesis and Processing

Dielectric Science and Technology / High Temperature Materials / Sensor Aqua 309, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Plasma Processing – 08:30 – 12:10 Co-Chairs: Manfred Engelhardt, Dennis W. Hess, and O. M Leonte 08:30

1069

(Invited) Numerical Simulation of a CAP Needle and Its Prospective Therapeutical Applications – M. Schroeder, A. Ochoa, and C. Breitkopf (TU Dresden)

09:10

1070

(Invited) Mechanisms of Plasma Therapy – D. B. Graves (University of California at Berkeley)

09:50

96

10:10

Break

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center D04 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Sreeram Vaddiraju and Manfred Engelhardt •

1079

Perfect Separation of Hybrid Orientation Structure of CeO2(100) and (110) Regions Grown on SOI Substrates with Lithographically Formed Trenches – T. Inoue and S. Shida (Iwaki Meisei University)

1080

Improvement of Electron Injection by a Ramp-Shape N-Doped Architecture for HighEfficiency Organic Light Emitting Diodes – C. T. Tsai and S. Y. Chu (Department of Electrical Engineering, NCKU, Taiwan)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


1081 Li2CO3 As an n-Type Dopant in Enhancing the Electron Injection of Organic Light-Emitting Devices – Y. H. Liu, C. T. Tsai, and S. Y. Chu (Department of Electrical Engineering, NCKU, Taiwan)

1082

G01

1083

Enhancing Thermal Stability of NickelGermanide Alloy up to 600 °C By Using Metal Passivation – Y. H. Jau (National United University), C. H. Chou, Y. H. Tsai (National Chiao-Tung University), Y. H. Lin (National United University), and C. H. Chien (National Chiao-Tung University) Growth of Vertically Aligned Al-Doped ZnO Nanorod-Nanowalls Via Chemical Bath Deposition – S. Y. Chu (Department of Electrical Engineering, NCKU, Taiwan) and J. F. Tang (National Cheng Kung University)

More-than-Moore 3

1162

(Invited) 300GHz CMOS Wireless Communication with 32 QuadratureAmplitude-Modulation Capability – M. Fujishima (Hiroshima University)

15:30

1163

(Invited) Hardware Security Considerations for More-THAN-Moore Platforms – Y. S. Obeng (NIST)

16:10

G02

09:00

1154

(Invited) Emerging Ferroelectric Devices – A. Gruverman (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)

09:40

1155

(Invited) Comprehensive Assessment of Oxide Memristors As Post-CMOS Memory and Logic Devices – X. Gao, D. Mamaluy, E. Cyr, and M. Marinella (Sandia National Laboratories)

10:20 1156

Silicon Compatible Materials, Processes, and Technologies for Advanced Integrated Circuits and Emerging Applications 6

FEOL/BEOL: Materials and Processes – 08:00 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Vijay Narayanan and Stefan DeGendt 08:00

1173

(Invited) TmSiO As a CMOS-Compatible High-k Dielectric – E. Dentoni Litta, P. E. Hellström, and M. Östling (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)

08:40

1174

Low Leakage Current Al2O3 Metal-InsulatorMetal Capacitors Formed By Atomic Layer Deposition at Optimized Process Temperature and O2 Post Deposition Annealing – Y. Koda, H. Sugita, T. Suwa, R. Kuroda, T. Goto, A. Teramoto, and S. Sugawa (Tohoku University)

09:00

1175

(Invited) Low-temperature Microwavebased Plasma Oxidation and Nitridation of Germanium and Silicon – W. Lerch, W. Kegel, N. Sacher, T. Schick (centrotherm photovoltaics AG), J. Niess (HQ-Dielectrics GmbH), and M. Czernohorsky (Fraunhofer IPMS-CNT)

Break Memcapacitive Characteristics of MetalOxide-Semiconductor Capacitor Structures By Compositional Redistribution – P. Yang, Y. J. Noh, Y. J. Baek, H. Zheng, C. J. Kang, and T. S. Yoon (Myongji University)

Concluding Remarks

Electronics and Photonics Indigo 206, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology / Sensor Aqua 307, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Emerging Memory – 09:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Yaw S. Obeng and Toshiro Hiramoto

10:40

14:50

09:40 Break 10:00

1176

(Invited) The (r)Evolution of the Junctionless Transistor – R. Duffy (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork)

11:00

1157

Metal Oxide Thin Film Characterization for New Generation CMP Development – G. B. Basim and A. Karagoz (Ozyegin University)

10:40

1177

11:20

1158

Interfaces and Dislocations Effect on Electrical Tunneling in Broken Gap InAs/ Gasb Esaki Diodes – S. El Kazzi, A. Alian, F. Meraviglia, B. Hsu, Q. Smets, A. Verhulst, P. Carolan (IMEC), N. Collaert (Imec), C. Merckling (imec), M. Heyns (KU Leuven), and A. Thean (Imec)

Formation of Low-Resistivity Metal/ Germanium Contact with Ultra-Thin Interlayer and Plasma Oxidation for n-Channel Germanium FET – G. S. Kim, S. H. Kim, and H. Y. Yu (Korea University)

11:00

1178

(Invited) Pattern and Emissivity Insensitive Dopant Activation and Silicide Contact Formation Annealing in a Hot Wall Rapid Thermal Annealing System – W. S. Yoo (WaferMasters, Inc.)

11:40

1179

Height Uniformity of Micro-Bumps Electroplated on Thin Cu Seed Layers – L. Yang, J. Slabbekoorn, M. Honore, K. Stiers, H. Struyf (imec), P. M. Vereecken (KU Leuven), and A. Radisic (imec)

12:00

1180

Modeling of a Contactless Electrodeposition Process for Bottom-up Filling of Metals in through Silicon Vias for 3D Interconnects – J. Kishore, M. Zhao, K. Luke (University of Arizona), R. Gouk, S. Verhaverbeke (Applied Materials, Inc.), F. Shadman, and M. Keswani (University of Arizona)

12:20

1181

Vapor Phase Self-Assembled Monolayers for CMOS Beol Barrier Layers – T. R. Naik, M. Ravikanth, and V. R. Rao (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay))

11:40

1159

Scanning Probe Characterization of Memristors Based on a Li Intercalation Metal Oxide – E. J. Fuller, F. El Gabaly, N. Ware, R. W. Friddle, D. R. Hughart, M. Marinella, and A. A. Talin (Sandia National Labs)

Connectivity Devices, Processes and Issues – 13:30 – 16:15 Co-Chairs: Andrew Hoff and Peter Hesketh 13:30

1160

(Invited) Near-Field Coupling Integration Technology – T. Kuroda (Keio University)

14:10

1161

(Invited) Beyond-CMOS Device and Interconnect Technology Benchmarking Based on a Fast Cross-Layer Optimization Methodology – C. Pan and A. Naeemi (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

97

Tuesday, May 31


1192

Analysis of the Retention Characteristic in Three Dimensional Junction-Less Charge Trapping Memory – D. Jiang (Chengdu University of Information Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences), Z. Xia, X. Li (Chinese Academy of Science), L. Jin, Z. Tang, and Z. Huo (Chinese Academy of Sciences)

1193

High-K Metal-Gate Nanowire Junctionless Finfet with Nickelsilicide By Microwave Annealing – W. T. Tsai and Y. H. Lin (National United University)

1194

Improvement of Germanium Channel Nmosfet By Using Fluorine Co-Implant Methods – T. H. Chi, Y. H. Lin, W. T. Tsai, and H. H. Li (National United University)

1195

Novel Oxidants and Sources of Nitrogen for Atomic Layer Deposition – D. Alvarez Jr. (Rasirc), J. Spiegelman, E. Heinlein, R. Holmes, C. Ramos, M. Leo, and S. Webb (RASIRC)

Development of Characterization Platform Dedicated to Bio-Inspired Object at the Nanoscale – C. Carmignani (Univ. Grenoble Alpes,CEA-LETI), A. Rongier (Univ. Grenoble Alpes,CEA-IRTSV), P. Reynaud, A. Thuaire, C. Brun (Univ. Grenoble Alpes,CEALETI), S. Barraud (CEA-LETI MINATEC Campus), E. Rolland (Univ. Grenoble Alpes,CEA-LETI), P. Rannou (CEA-Grenoble, INAC/SPrAM, UMR 5819, France), V. Forge (Univ. Grenoble Alpes,CEA-IRTSV), T. Ernst, and S. Cheramy (Univ. Grenoble Alpes,CEALETI)

1196

Study on the Gallium Antimonide (GaSb) Semiconductor Surface in Wet Chemical Solutions – D. Seo, J. Lee, J. Na, and S. Lim (Dept. Chemical and Biomolecular Eng. Yonsei University)

1197

Crystallinity Evaluation of Low Temperature Polycrystalline Silicon Thin Film Using UV/ Visible Raman Spectroscopy – R. Yokogawa (Meiji University), K. Komori, K. Takahashi (Development Dept., Tokyo Electron Tohoku Ltd.), Y. Hirota (Tokyo Electron Ltd. Yamanashi), N. Sawamoto, and A. Ogura (Meiji University)

1198

Fabrication of Graphene/Porous Silicon Nitride Material for Field-Effect Transistors – D. Ge, D. Qian, and G. Chen (School of Mechanical Engineering, Jiangsu University)

1199

High Performance Tri-Gate Germaniumon-Insulator Based Junctionless Nanowire Transistors – C. Sun, R. R. Liang, J. Wang, and J. Xu (Institude of Microelectronics)

1200

Removal of Ion-Implanted Photoresist on GaAs Surface Using Organic Solvents – E. Oh, J. Na, S. Lee, and S. Lim (Dept. Chemical and Biomolecular Eng. Yonsei University)

1201

Hot-Wire Chemical Vapour Deposition for Silicon Nitride Waveguides – T. Dominguez Bucio, F. Y. Gardes, and G. Z. Mashanovich (University of Southampton)

Memory Devices and III-V Photonics – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chair: Zia Karim 14:00

1182

(Invited) Graphene Plane Electrode for Low Power 3D Resistive Random Access Memory – S. Lee (Stanford University, Kyunghee University), J. Sohn, Z. Jiang, H. Y. Chen, and H. S. P. Wong (Stanford University)

14:40

1183

(Invited) Role of Interfaces in Achieving SelfCompliance Controlled Resistive Random Access Memory Devices for Low-Power Embedded Applications – R. Jha (University of Cincinnati)

15:20

1184

(Invited) III-V / Si Integration for Photonics – J. P. Reithmaier and M. Benyoucef (University of Kassel)

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center G02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Kuniyuki Kakushima and Stefan DeGendt 1185

Tuesday, May 31

1186

A Thermal Method to Reduce the Polysilicon Resistance for Deep Submicron Integration Process – X. Li, S. X. Liu, X. L. Liu, M. L. Foong, and W. Q. Ye (GLOBALFOUNDRIES)

1187

Simulation of the Germanium-Tin Tunneling Field-Effect Transistors with a Ge Cap Layer: Improved Subthreshold Swing and Ion/Ioff Ratio – L. Liu, R. Liang, J. Wang, and J. Xu (Tsinghua University)

98

1188

1189

1190

1191

Comprehensive Characterization of Dual Implanted Silicon after Electrical Activation Annealing – W. S. Yoo (WaferMasters, Inc.), B. S. Jeon, S. D. Kim (SK hynix, Inc.), T. Ishigaki, and K. Kang (WaferMasters, Inc.) Effect of Substrate Type on CoSi2 Formation in Rapid Thermal Annealing – E. J. Kim, J. Y. Lee, S. D. Kim, H. S. Song, S. J. Yeom (SK hynix, Inc.), T. Ishigaki, K. Kang, and W. S. Yoo (WaferMasters, Inc.) High Dopant Activation of Phosphorus in Ge Crystal with High-Temperature Implantation By Two-Step Microwave Annealing – T. L. Shih and W. H. Lee (Department of Electrical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University) Wet Chemical Etching Behavior Investigation for CMOS Shallow Trench Isolation (STI) Shape Control – H. Tai, P. C. Chang, H. W. Ho, H. Y. Liao, M. C. Lu, and T. H. Ying (Powerchip Technology Corporation)

H01

Wide Bandgap Semiconductor Materials and Devices 17 Electronics and Photonics Aqua 310 B, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Nitride Devices II – 08:00 – 11:10 Co-Chair: Ramon Collazo 08:00

1223

(Invited) Recent Progress in GaN Power Devices with BV > 1200 V – H. G. Xing, K. Nomoto, Z. Hu (Cornell University), B. Song (cornell University), M. Zhu, and D. Jena (Cornell University)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


1224

GaN Based Vertical Transistors on GaN Substrates – A. Zhang, X. Lu, L. Lei, Y. Zhang, S. Yang, K. Yu, S. Makhdoom, X. Wang, and T. Zhou (Xi’an Jiaotong University)

08:50

1225

High Performance AlGaN/GaN Hemts on GaN Substrates – L. Lei, S. Yang, K. Yu, Y. Zhang, S. Makhdoom, X. Wang, T. Zhou, X. Lu, and A. Zhang (Xi’an Jiaotong University)

09:10

1226

(Invited) Room Temperature Spin Electronic Devices Based on Mn and Cr Doped GaN – N. A. El-Masry (National Science Foundation) and S. M. Bedair (North Carolina State University)

15:40

1235

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center H01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

1236

Luminescence of Eu3+ in a Mullite-Type Host Material Bi2Ga2Al2O9 – H. Tiwari and U. V. Varadaraju (IIT Madras)

1237

Recent Advances on the Optical Properties of Zinc-Doped Antimony Sulphide (Sb2S3) Thin Films – P. A. Nwofe, C. O. Ozibo, and P. E. Agbo (EBONYI STATE UNIVERSITY, ABAKALIKI, NIGERIA)

1238

Structural and Elemental Analysis of Degraded Single Junction Amorphous Silicon Solar Module – G. Osayemwenre (Fort Hare)

1239

Growth of Aluminum Doped SiC Single Crystal By PVT Method – E. Jung (Materials Science and Engineering, Yonsei University), Y. J. Kwon, S. M. Jeong, M. H. Lee (Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering and Technology), D. Choi (Materials Science and Engineering, Yonsei University), and Y. Kim (Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering and Technology)

1240

Top Seeded Solution Growth of 4H-SiC Single Crystal Using Graphite Block for LongTerm Growth – M. T. Ha, D. S. Byeon, J. Y. Yoon, M. H. Lee, W. S. Seo (Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering and Technology), W. J. Lee (Doneeui University), C. J. Kim (Gyeongsang National University), and S. M. Jeong (Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering and Technology)

1241

ZnSe Nanowires Synthesis and Characterization – Y. C. Hung and C. Y. Wang (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology)

1242 TiO2 Compact Layer-Free TiO2 Nanotubes Films Prepared By Anodizing of Ti Grade 2 Immersed in Aqueous Electrolyte – D. OrtegaDíaz, L. A. Godinez Mora-Tovar (CIDETEQ), S. Sepúlveda (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), and J. Manríquez (CIDETEQ)

09:40 Break 10:00

10:30

1227

1228

(Invited) Electric-Double-Layer-Gated AlGaN/ GaN High Electron Mobility Transistors (HEMTs) for Biosensors – C. H. Chu, I. Sarangadharan, A. Regmi, Y. W. Chen, C. P. Hsu, and Y. L. Wang (National Tsing Hua University) (Invited) Improved GaN Based Hydrogen Sensors – S. Jang (Dankook University), J. Kim (Dankook Univsersity), and K. H. Baik (Hongik University)

11:00 Break Nitride Optoelectronics – 11:10 – 16:10 Co-Chair: Jennifer K. Hite 11:10

1229

(Invited) Fundamental Differences Between the Traditional III-V Compounds and Nitride Semiconductors – T. D. Moustakas (Boston University)

11:40

1230

(Invited) Electrically Pumped Lasers and Light Emitting Diodes in the Ultraviolet-C Band with AlGaN Nanowires – Z. Mi and S. Zhao (McGill University)

12:10 13:40

1231

Lunch (Invited) Advantages and Limitations of AlGaN-Based UV Optoelectronics on AlN Substrates – R. Collazo, I. Bryan, Z. Bryan, M. Bobea, D. Alden (North Carolina State University), S. Mita (HexaTech, Inc.), B. Gaddy (North Carolina State University), J. Tweedie (Adroit Materials), A. Franke (North Carolina State University), R. Kirste (North Carolina State University, Adroit Materials), M. Gerhold (Army Research Office), D. Irving, and Z. Sitar (North Carolina State University)

(Invited) New Directions in GaN Photonics enabled by Electrochemical Processes – J. Han (Yale University)

H02

Solid-State Electronics and Photonics in Biology and Medicine 3 Electronics and Photonics / Sensor Sapphire 411 B, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

14:10

1232

(Invited) Semiconductor Nanowires for Optoelectronics and Energy Applications – C. Jagadish (Australian National University)

Self-powered Systems for Biomedical Applications – 08:30 – 10:35 Co-Chair: Zong-Hong Lin

14:40

1233

Growth of GaN/InGaN Films and Heterostructures Via Super-Atmospheric MOCVD – J. R. Krause (The University of North Carolina at Charlotte) and E. B. Stokes (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)

08:30

1280

(Invited) Self-Powered, Wireless Medical Sensor and Devices – Z. Li (Beijing Institute of Nanoenergy and Nanosystems,CAS)

09:00

1281

(Invited) A Soft Approach to Electronics: From Stretchable Systems to 3D Structures – S. Xu (University of California, San Diego)

09:30

1282

Grating-Structured Freestanding TriboelectricLayer Nanogenerator for Harvesting Biomechanical Energy – Y. Xie (College of Energy, Xiamen University)

15:00 Break 15:10

1234

(Invited) Photon Managements By Employing Nanostructures for Light Emission Diodes – J. H. He (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

99

Tuesday, May 31

08:30


09:45

1283

Preparation of Highly Active Au/Pd Nanocatalysts for Self-Powered Sensing Applications – T. W. Chang, Y. T. Jao, and Z. H. Lin (National Tsing Hua University)

10:00

1284

Development of Functional Triboelectric Nanogenerators for Antibacterial Applications – Y. Y. Ke, T. M. Chou, and Z. H. Lin (National Tsing Hua University)

10:15

Tuesday, May 31

1285

(Invited) Growth of Vertically Aligned Piezoelectric Diphenylalanine Peptide Microrods for Energy Harvesting – V. Nguyen, K. Jenkins, and R. Yang (University of Minnesota)

11:05

1286

Development of Biocompatible Triboelectric Nanogenerators By Using Polypeptides As the Contact Materials – C. H. Chen, Y. H. Tsao, and Z. H. Lin (National Tsing Hua University)

11:20

1287

Tellurium Nanowire Arrays-Based Nanogenerators for Thermal Energy Harvesting – Y. C. Li and Z. H. Lin (National Tsing Hua University)

11:35

H03

1288

(Invited) Mixed Dimensional Nanoelectronic Heterostructures – M. C. Hersam (Northwestern University)

11:00

1294

(Invited) TMD Materials Challenges: Defects, Impurities, Passivation and Interfaces – R. M. Wallace (University of Texas at Dallas)

11:30

1295

Layered Semiconductor Materials and Device Applications – D. Jena (Cornell University)

Electronics and Devices 3 – 13:30 – 15:50 Co-Chairs: Colm O’Dwyer and Jr-Hau He 13:30

1296

(Invited) Contacts to and Contact-Less Characterization of Transition Metal Dichalcogenides: Challenges Abound – L. Bartels (University of California at Riverside)

14:00

1297

(Invited) Properties and Applications of 2-Dimensional Layered Materials – G. S. Duesberg (CRANN, Trinity College Dublin)

14:30

1298

(Invited) An Overview of Doping Studies in MoS2 – K. S. Jones, S. Perry, R. Murray, K. Hynes, and X. Zhao (University of Florida)

15:00

1299

(Invited) Transition Metal Dichalcogenide Monolayers As Quantum Wells – T. Takenobu (Waseda University)

15:30

1300

Interpenetrated Graphene/WSe2 Lateral Heterostructures for Barrierless OhmicContacted p-FETs – H. L. Tang (King Abdullah university of science and technology, National Tsing Hua University), M. H. Chiu (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology), C. C. Tseng (King Abdullah university of science and technology), C. H. Lien (National Tsing Hua University), and L. J. Li (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology)

Single- and Few-Layers MoSe2 Nanoflowers: Synthesis, Characterization, and Their Piezoresponse – M. H. Wu and J. M. Wu (National Tsing Hua University)

Properties and Applications of 2-Dimensional Layered Materials Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology / Nanocarbons Indigo 202 B, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Electronics and Devices 1 – 08:10 – 10:00 Co-Chair: Lain-Jong Li 08:10

1293

Break

Nanomaterials and Biomolecules for Energy Harvest – 10:35 – 11:50 Co-Chair: Zong-Hong Lin 10:35

10:30

1289

Mo-Based Transition-MetalDichalcogenide Junctionless Field-EffectTransistors – G. Mirabelli, R. Duffy, P. K. Hurley (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork), S. Monaghan (University College Cork), K. Cherkaoui, M. Schmidt, B. Sheehan (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork), I. M. Povey (Tyndall National Institute - UCC), M. McCarthy (Tyndall National Institute UCC), R. Nagle (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork), and A. Bell (Trinity College Dublin,)

08:30

1290

(Invited) 2D Van Der Waals Crystals and Heterostructures for Smart Life – K. Banerjee (University of California, Santa Barbara)

09:00

1291

(invited) 2-Dimensional Layered Materials for Si Technology – H. J. Shin (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology)

09:30

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center H03 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

1301

Band Alignment in the Single-Layer MoS2/ WSe2 Heterojunction – L. J. Li, M. H. Chiu (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology), W. H. Tseng (National Taiwan University), H. W. Shiu (National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center), C. H. Chen (National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center, Taiwan), and C. I. Wu (National Taiwan University)

1302

Molybdenum Disulfide Motors Exhibiting Self-Exfoliation on the Surface of Water – H. Wang (Nanyang Technological University), Z. Sofer (University of Chemistry and Technology Prague), J. G. S. Moo, and M. Pumera (Nanyang Technological University)

1303

Layered Transition Metal Dichalcogenides As Electrocatalysts for Hydrogen Evolution and Their Trends Emerging from Electrochemical Treatment – X. Chia, A. Ambrosi (Nanyang Technological University), Z. Sofer, J. Luxa (University of Chemistry and Technology Prague), and M. Pumera (Nanyang Technological University)

1304

Perovskite Solar Cells with Two Dimensional Materials As Hole Extraction Layer – S. Y. Kim (School of Chem. Eng. and Mater. Sci., Chung-Ang University)

Break

Electronics and Devices 2 – 10:00 – 11:50 Co-Chairs: Hyeon-Jin Shin and Taishi Takenobu 10:00

100

1292

(Invited) 2D Semiconductor Electronics: Advances, Challenges and Opportunities – A. Javey (University of California: Berkeley)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


A Controllable Method for Electrochemical Deposition Formed Crystalline MoS2 As a Counter Electrode for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells – C. K. Cheng, C. H. Lin, T. K. Yeh, C. H. Tsai (National Tsing Hua University), and C. K. Hsieh (Ming Chi University of Technology)

14:40

1343

(Invited) Coupling of Mechanical and Transport Phenomena in Ionomers – P. Goyal and C. W. Monroe (Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford)

15:20

1344

(Invited) Numerical Modeling of the Growth of Fatigue Cracks in PFSA Membranes – M. H. Santare (University of Delaware), A. M. Karlsson (Cleveland State University), G. Ding (University of Delaware), and A. Kusoglu (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

1306

I01

Pseudocapacitive Electrodes Produced By Oxidant-Free Polymerization of Pyrrole Between the Layers of 2D Titanium Carbide (MXene) – M. Boota, B. Anasori, C. Voigt (Drexel University), M. Q. Zhao (Drexel Univerisity), M. W. Barsoum, and Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University) State-of-the-Art Invited Tutorials on Model/Experiment Coupling in Low Temperature Fuel Cells Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Indigo 204 B, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

I02

Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics 10 High Temperature Materials / Energy Technology Indigo Ballroom C, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Oxygen Electrodes I – 08:00 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Peter Vang Hendriksen and Juergen Fleig 08:00

1356

(Invited) Effects of Microstructure on Surface Segregation: Role of Grain Boundaries – H. Téllez, J. Druce, T. Ishihara (wpi-I2CNER, Kyushu University), and J. A. Kilner (wpiI2CNER, Kyushu University, Imperial College London, London, UK)

08:40

1357

(Invited) Surface Composition and Oxygen Exchange Properties of Alkaline Earth-Free Perovskites – J. Druce, H. Téllez, T. Ishihara (wpi-I2CNER, Kyushu University), and J. A. Kilner (wpi-I2CNER, Kyushu University, Imperial College London, London, UK)

09:20

1358

Reaction Distribution in Mixed-Conducting SOFC Cathodes Investigated with Patterned Thin Film Electrodes – K. Amezawa (Tohoku University), Y. Fujimaki, Y. Shindo (Tohoku University, Japan), T. Nakamura (Tohoku University), F. Iguchi, K. Yashiro, H. Yugami, T. Kawada (Tohoku University, Japan), K. Nitta, and Y. Terada (JASRI)

Morning Tutorial – 08:10 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Thomas A. Zawodzinski and Plamen Atanassov 08:10

Introductory Remarks

08:20

1337

(Invited) Modeling and Control of Pemfcs with Dead-Ended Anodes – J. B. Siegel (University of Michigan) and A. G. Stefanopoulou (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 48109, USA)

09:00

1338

(Invited) Understanding Cathodes for Solid Acid Fuel Cells By Coupling FIB-SEM 3D Reconstruction with Mathematical Modeling – A. B. Papandrew, O. Dyck (University of Tennessee), D. C. Orozco (The University of Tennessee), M. Tian (University of Tennessee), R. A. Elgammal (University of Tennessee-Knoxville), G. Duscher (University of Tennessee), and T. A. Zawodzinski (University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN)

09:40

Break

10:00

1339

(Invited) A Systematic Approach to Develop and Validate Models for the Design of Membrane Electrode Assemblies – A. M. V. Putz (AFCC Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.) and M. Secanell (University of Alberta)

10:40

1340

(Invited) Elucidating PEMFC Voltage Loss Contributions Via Mathematical Modeling and Differential Cell Testing – W. Gu, S. Arisetty, S. Kumaraguru, and M. Mathias (General Motors, Fuel Cell Activities)

11:20

1341

(Invited) Structure-to-Property Correlations for Pemfcs Electrocatalysts Based on Chemistry and Morphology of Catalysts and Catalyst Layers – K. Artyushkova (University of New Mexico)

Afternoon Tutorial – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Vijay K. Ramani and Adam Z. Weber 14:00

1342

09:40

Break

10:00

1359

Cobalt-Free Mixed Conducting Ba0.95La0.05FeO3-δ Thin Films As Cathodes for Intermediate-Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – F. Ciucci (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

10:20

1360

Tailoring Electrode Materials for ProtonConducting Solid Oxide Fuel/Electrolysis Cells with Chemically Stable BaZrO3 Electrolyte – L. Bi (Wuhan University of Technology) and E. Traversa (Xi’an Jiaotong University)

10:40

1361 Ba0.5Sr0.5Co0.8Fe0.2O3 Cathode for Intermediate Temperature Proton-Conducting Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – S. Sun and Z. Cheng (Florida International University)

11:00

1362

(Invited) Intrinsic Oxygen Surface Exchange Resistance Measurements on Mixed Ionic Electronic Conducting Infiltrate Nanoparticles – T. E. Burye and J. D. Nicholas (Michigan State University)

(Invited) Conductivity and Relaxation Phenomena in Ion Conducting Materials By Broadband Electric Spectroscopy – V. Di Noto (CNR-IENI, Department of Industrial Engineering University of Padua)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

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Tuesday, May 31

1305


High Temperature Materials Division J. Bruce Wagner, Jr. Award Address Session – 11:40 – 12:20 Co-Chair: Eric D. Wachsman 11:40

1363

(High Temperature Materials Division J. Bruce Wagner, Jr. Award) Electrochemomechanical Coupling in Thin Films for Energy Conversion and Storage – S. R. Bishop (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), J. Sheth (Brown University), J. G. Swallow, K. Mukherjee, D. Chen, J. J. Kim (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), B. W. Sheldon (Brown University), S. Misture (Alfred University), K. J. Van Vliet, and H. L. Tuller (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

09:00

1429

Non-Precious Metal Oxygen Evolution Reaction Catalysts for Hydroxide Exchange Membrane Electrolyzers – Y. Yan and Z. Zhuang (University of Delaware)

09:20

1430

Electrolyte Effects in Manganese Oxides in Context of Water Splitting: In Situ SERS and Corrosion Studies – C. Ranjan (Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion), Z. M. Pavlovic, Q. Gao (Max Planck Institute For Chemical Energy Conversion), and R. Schloegl (Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion)

09:40

1431

New Insights into the Water Oxidation Mechanism from Kinetic Isotope Effect Studies – E. C. M. Tse (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), T. T. H. Hoang (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), J. A. Varnell, and A. A. Gewirth (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)

10:00

1432

Synthesis and Characterization of Oxygen Evolution Reaction(OER) Catalysts for Anion Exchange Membrane Electrolyzer – K. H. Lee (Korea Institute of Materials Science, University of Science and Technology), S. M. Choi (Korea Institute of Materials Science), and M. J. Jang (Korea Institute of Materials Science, University of Science and Technology)

10:20

1433

(Invited) An Atomically Precise Oxygen Evolution Catalyst – D. R. Kauffman (National Energy Technology Laboratory)

10:50

1434

Metal Oxides Supported on Carbon Nanotubes As Bifunctional Electrocatalysts for Reversible Alkaline Membrane Fuel Cells – S. Zhao (Giner.Inc., University of Connecticut), B. Rasimick (Giner Inc.), W. E. Mustain (University of Connecticut), and H. Xu (Giner, Inc.)

11:10

1435

Design of Electrocatalysts for Oxygen Evolution Reaction – A. Serov, A. M. Maes, S. Blair, K. Artyushkova, and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico)

11:30

1436

Perovskite-Based Oxide Catalysts to Improve the Oxygen Evolution and Reduction Activity – N. I. Kim, I. So, and J. Y. Park (Sejong University)

11:50

1437

Tailoring the Performance of Oxides for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction – V. Tripkovic (Technical University of Denmark, Department of Energy), H. A. Hansen (Technical University of Denmark), J. M. Garcia Lastra (Technical University of Denmark, Department of Energy), and T. Vegge (Technical University of Denmark)

12:10

1438

Transition Metal Chalcogenide Based Elelctrocatalysts for Facile Water Oxidation/ Reduction – A. Swesi, J. Masud, and M. Nath (Missouri University of Science & Technology)

Oxygen Electrodes II – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Ellen Ivers-Tiffée and Gregory S. Jackson

Tuesday, May 31

14:00

14:40

1364

1365

(Invited) Nature of MIEC Cathode/Electrolyte Interfaces – E. Ivers-Tiffée, J. Szász, F. Wankmüller (IAM-WET, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), V. Wilde, H. Störmer, D. Gerthsen (LEM, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), and A. Weber (IAM-WET, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)) A Coupled Experimental/Numerical Approach for Tuning High-Performing SOFC-Cathode – O. Celikbilek (LEPMI, France), D. Jauffres (SIMAP, France), L. Dessemond (LEPMI, France), M. Burriel (LMGP, France), C. L. Martin (SIMAP, France), and E. Djurado (LEPMI, France)

15:00 Break 15:20

1366

New Hypothesis for SOFC Ceramic Oxygen Electrode Mechanisms – M. B. Mogensen, C. Chatzichristodoulou, C. Graves, K. V. Hansen, K. K. Hansen, A. Hauch, T. Jacobsen, and K. Norrman (DTU Energy Conversion, Technical University of Denmark)

15:40

1367

Performance and Degradation of SOFC Cathodes at Reduced Temperature – C. Pellegrinelli, Y. L. Huang, J. A. Taillon, L. G. Salamanca-Riba (University of Maryland), and E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland Energy Research Center)

I03

Hydrogen and Oxygen Evolution Catalysis for Water Electrolysis 2 Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Indigo 204 A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Alkaline Electrolysis: OER I – 08:05 – 12:30 Co-Chairs: Hui Xu, Yang Shao-Horn, and Vijay K. Ramani 08:05

Introductory Remarks

08:10

1427

(Invited) Special Sites in Electrocatalysis for Oer and ORR – J. Rossmeisl (University of Copenhagen, Department of Chemistry)

08:40

1428

In-Operando Observation of GeometricalSite-Dependent Activity of Spinel Co3O4 for Water Oxidation – H. Y. Wang (Nanyang Technological University), S. F. Hung (, National Taiwan University), H. Y. Chen (Technische Universität München), T. S. Chan (National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center), and B. Liu (Nanyang Technological University)

102

Alkaline Electrolysis: OER II – 13:55 – 16:10 Co-Chairs: Gang Wu and Brian Rasimick 13:55 14:00

1439

Introductory Remarks (Invited) Bifunctional Oxide Nanocomposite Catalysts for Reversible Electrochemical Energy Technologies – G. Wu (University at Buffalo, The State University of New York) Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


1440

Activity and Stability of Pure and Modified Coooh for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction in an Alkaline Medium – Z. Chen, C. X. Kronawitter, and B. E. Koel (Princeton University)

14:50

1441

Ultramicroelectrode Studies of SelfTerminated Electrodeposited Ultrathin Ni Electrocatalysts – N. L. Ritzert and T. P. Moffat (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

15:10

15:30

15:50

1442

1443

1444

Cobalt-Molybdenum Carbide Hybrids 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) Structure-Activity Relationships in NiFe Oxyhydroxide Oxygen Evolution Electrocatalysts – A. S. Batchellor, M. S. Burke, L. J. Enman, and S. W. Boettcher (Department of Chemistry, University of Oregon) First Principles Studies of Electrocatalysis: From Methodology Development to Computational Design of Bi-Functional Catalysts with Improved Performance – Z. Zeng (School of Chemical Engineering, Purdue University) and J. Greeley (Purdue University)

I04

1451

Mechano-Electro-Chemical Coupling in Energy Related Materials and Devices 2 High Temperature Materials / Battery / Energy Technology Aqua 305, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

General Challenges and Possibilities – 08:00 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Yang-Tse Cheng and Ainara Aguadero 08:00

1467

(Invited) Mechanical and Electrochemical Response of All-Solid-State Lithium-Ion Batteries – G. Bucci, Y. M. Chiang, and W. C. Carter (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

08:40

1468

(Invited) Chemical-Mechanical Interactions in Ion-Conductive Polymers – A. Kusoglu and A. Z. Weber (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

09:20

1445

Hydrogen Production Using Different Graphene/Au@TiO2 Composites Under Visible and Ultraviolet Light – A. Machín and F. Márquez (Universidad del Turabo)

1446

Photocatalytic Hydrogen Production Via Water Splitting Using Different GoldBased Catalysts – J. C. Arango (University of Turabo), A. Machín, and F. Márquez (Universidad del Turabo)

1447

Electrodeposition of Binary and Ternary AgTl-Se Thin Films and Its Possible Application in Photoelectrochemical Conversion of the Solar Energy – F. W. D. S. Lucas and L. H. Mascaro (Federal University of São Carlos)

1448

Lateral Size Effect on Oxygen Evolution Reaction Activity of IrO2 Nanosheet – D. Takimoto (Shinshu university), Y. Ayato (Shinshu University), D. Mochizuki (Shinshu university), and W. Sugimoto (Shinshu University)

1449

Tungsten Carbide-Based Catalysts for Oxygen Evolution Reaction in Alkaline Media – D. Song, M. Kim, and E. Cho (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

1450

Effect of RTILs on the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction in Alkaline Media – L. Amaral, B. Sljukic, D. M. F. Santos, and C. A. C. Sequeira (CeFEMA, Instituto Superior Tecnico, ULisboa)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

Break

09:40

1469

(Invited) Understanding and Controlling Chemo-Mechanical Coupling in Perovskite Oxides – N. H. Perry (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University), D. Marrocchelli (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), S. R. Bishop, and H. L. Tuller (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University)

10:20

1470

(Invited) Thermodynamics, Stress, and StefanMaxwell Diffusion in Solids: Application to Small-Strain Materials Used in Commercial Lithium-Ion Batteries – D. R. Baker, M. W. Verbrugge (General Motors, R&D Center), and A. F. Bower (School of Engineering, Brown University)

11:00

1471

(Invited) Non-Classical Electrostriction in Materials with a Large Concentration of Point Defects – I. Lubomirsky (Weizmann Institute of Science)

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center I03 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Gang Wu and Brian Rasimick

Electrochemical Synthesis of Hydrogen with Depolarization of the Anodic Process – L. Skatkov, G. Tulskiy, A. Tulskaya, V. Bayrachniy, V. Gomozov, and S. Deribo (NTU)

Chemomechanical Coupling I – 14:00 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Partha P. Mukherjee and Christodoulos Chatzichristodoulou 14:00

1472

(Invited) Enhanced Electrochemical and Catalytic Properties at Strained Exsolution Particles – J. Irvine and D. Neagu (University of St Andrews)

14:40

1473

Dynamic Chemical Expansion of Thin Film Non-Stoichiometric Oxides at Extreme Temperatures – J. G. Swallow, J. J. Kim, J. M. Maloney, D. Chen (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), J. F. Smith (Micro Materials Ltd., Wrexham, UK), S. R. Bishop, H. L. Tuller, and K. J. Van Vliet (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

15:00

1474

Nanoscale Mechanical Changes of 2D Titanium Carbide (MXene) Pseudocapacitive Electrodes upon Cation Intercalation – J. Come (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), Y. Xie (ORNL), M. Naguib, S. V. Kalinin (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University), P. R. Kent (Computer Science and Mathematics Division, ORNL), and N. Balke (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) 103

Tuesday, May 31

14:30


15:20

1475

(Invited) Computational Design of Coatings, Interfaces, and Nano-Structures for Si Based Electrodes – Y. Qi, S. Y. Kim, and K. J. Kim (Michigan State University)

16:00

1476

Precipitation Induced Stress and Degradation in the Lithium-Sulfur Battery Cathode – A. Mistry, P. Barai, and P. P. Mukherjee (Texas A&M University)

09:20

1523

Hydrogen Oxidation Mechanisms on Perovskite Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Anodes – T. Zhu (Northwestern University, China University of Mining and Technology, Beijing), D. Fowler, and S. A. Barnett (Northwestern University)

09:40

1524

Life Tests of Current Switched Oxygen Electrodes for Reversible Solid Oxide Cells – J. Railsback, G. Hughes, M. Lu, and S. A. Barnett (Northwestern University)

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center

Tuesday, May 31

I04 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

1477

Elastic Properties of Freeze-Cast La0.6Sr0.4Co0.2Fe0.8O3 – Y. Zou (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), W. Araki (Saitama University), M. Balaguer, and J. Malzbender (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH)

1478

Cr Poisoning of (La,Sr)(Co,Fe)O3 SOFC Cathodes at the Micrometre to Nanometre Scale – N. Ni (Imperial College London), S. J. Skinner (Imperial College London, London, UK), S. P. Jiang, and C. C. Wang (Curtin University)

1479

Determination of Mass and Charge Transport of La2Ni0.95Al0.05O4.025+d at Isothermal Condition – H. N. Im (Chonnam National University), S. Y. Jeon (Korea Electric Power Research Institute), Y. S. Yoo (Korea Electric Power Corporation Research Institute), and S. J. Song (Chonnam National University)

1480

Study on Solid Oxide Fuel Cell with Porous Scaffold Electrode Manufactured By Tape Casting Process – J. Bae and Y. H. Jang (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

I05

10:00

1525

(Invited) Ce(Mn,Fe)O2/La(Sr)Fe(Mn)O3 Nano Size Film As a Dense Anode for Low Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – T. Ishihara (wpi-I2CNER, Kyushu University), M. Yoshikai, Y. W. Ju (Faculty of Engineering, Kyushu University), and S. Ida (Kyushu University)

10:40

1526

Double Perovskite Ba2FeMoO6-D As Fuel Electrode for Protonic-Ceramic Membranes – H. Ding, S. Ricote, and N. P. Sullivan (Mechanical Eng. Dept., Colorado School Of Mines)

11:00

1527

Protonic Ceramic Fuel Cell Stacks – H. Ding (Mechanical Eng. Dept., Colorado School Of Mines), C. Duan, J. Tong, L. Le (Colorado School of Mines), S. Ricote (Mechanical Eng. Dept., Colorado School Of Mines), R. O’Hayre (Colorado School of Mines), and N. P. Sullivan (Mechanical Eng. Dept., Colorado School Of Mines)

11:20

1528

Characterization and Performance of Proton Conducting Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Manufactured Using Reactive Spray Deposition Technology – T. D. Myles (Center for Clean Energy Engineering, University of Connecticut), R. Ouimet (University of Connecticut, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering), D. Kwak (University of Connecticut, Materials Science and Engineering), and R. Maric (Center for Clean Energy Engineering)

11:40

1529

Infiltrated CsH2PO4-Carbon Nanotube Composites for High Performance Solid Acid Fuel Cathodes with Low Pt Loading – A. B. Papandrew (University of Tennessee), R. A. Elgammal (University of TennesseeKnoxville), M. Tian, O. Dyck (University of Tennessee), W. D. Tennyson, B. L. Armstrong (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), G. Duscher (University of Tennessee), G. M. Veith (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and T. A. Zawodzinski (University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN)

12:00

1530

Mechanisms of Performance Degradation of La0.6Sr0.4Co0.2Fe0.8O3 Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Cathodes – H. Wang, K. J. Yakal-Kremski, T. Yeh (Northwestern University), G. M. Rupp, A. Limbeck, J. Fleig (Vienna University of Technology), and S. A. Barnett (Northwestern University)

Heterogeneous Functional Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage

High Temperature Materials / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Sapphire Ballroom E, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Solid Oxide Cells 1 – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Meilin Liu and Wilson K. S. Chiu 08:00

1521 (Invited) In Operando Studies of Chlorine Induced Anode Degradation in SOFCs Operating with Methane and Biogas – R. A. Walker, K. W. Reeping, J. Bohn (Montana State University), J. C. Owrutsky, S. N. Qadri (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), J. D. Kirtley (Naval Research Laboratory), and D. A. Steinhurst (Nova Research, Inc.)

08:40

1522

104

Intermediate Temperature Fuel Cells – 10:00 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Kyle S. Brinkman and Srikanth Gopalan

(Invited) In Operando Optical Studies of Solid Oxide Electrochemical Cells – J. C. Owrutsky (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), J. D. Kirtley (Montana State University), S. N. Qadri (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), D. A. Steinhurst (Nova Research, Inc.), B. W. Eichhorn (Dept. of Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Maryland), and R. A. Walker (Montana State University)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


1531

The Effect of Precusor Gel Desiccation, Ceria Oxide Pre-Infiltration, and Precursor Solution Additives on Infiltrated Lanthanum Strontium Ferrite-Lanthanum Strontium Cobaltite Solid Solution Nano-Particles – T. E. Burye, H. Tang, and J. D. Nicholas (Michigan State University)

Solid Oxide Cells 2 – 13:55 – 16:15 Co-Chairs: Fanglin (Frank) Chen and Xingbo Liu 13:55

1532

(Invited) Fracture Mechanics of Ionic Conductors By Internal Precipitation – A. V. Virkar (The University of Utah)

14:35

1533

(Invited) Enhancing Cathod ORR Kinetics and Durability through Low-Cost Surface Modification – Y. Chen, D. Ding, T. Wei, D. Chen, L. Zhang, B. H. Rainwater, and M. Liu (School of Materials Science and Engineering, Georgia Tech)

15:15

1534

(Invited) Enhanced Electrochemical Activites in Perovskite Oxides through Strain Control of the Oxygen Stoichiometry – H. N. Lee (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

15:55

1535

Rational Design of Stable Cathode Materials for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – D. Cetin (Boston University), S. Poizeau (Saint Gobain), and S. Gopalan (Boston University)

K01

10:20

1601

Electrochemical Generation of Stabilized Halogen Cation Pools – J. I. Yoshida, S. Horiuchi, R. Hayashi, Y. Ashikari, and A. Shimizu (Kyoto University)

08:20

1602

Development of Ionic Liquid-Tagged Carbohydrate Building Block for Electrochemical Glycosylation – T. Nokami, N. Sasaki, Y. Isoda, and T. Itoh (Tottori University)

08:40

1603

Synthesis of 1,5-Diaminonaphthalene Via Electrochemical C,H-Amination of Naphthalene – S. Möhle, S. Herold (Institute of Organic Chemistry JGU Mainz), F. Richter, H. Nefzger (Covestro Deutschland AG), and S. R. Waldvogel (Institute of Organic Chemistry JGU Mainz)

09:00 1604

1605

Cathodic Cross-Coupling Reaction of Aromatic Compounds Though SET Pathway Towards a Novel Biphenyl Synthesis – Y. Qu (Yokohama National University), H. Tateno (Yokomaha National University), and M. Atobe (Yokohama National University) Break

10:40

1607

Direct Reduction of 1-Bromo-6-Chlorohexane and 1-Chloro-6-Iodohexane at Silver Electrodes in Dimethylformamide – J. A. Rose (Indiana University)

11:00

1608

Targeted Molecular Engineering of Dimethoxybenzenes for Non-Aqueous Redox Flow Batteries – J. Kowalski (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), J. Huang (Argonne National Laboratory, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), L. Su (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), L. Zhang (Argonne National Laboratory, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), and F. R. Brushett (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

11:20

1609

(Spectro)Electrochemical Study of the Role of Electron Structure of Three Isomeric Benzendialdehydes on Their Reduction in Aprotic Media – K. Kantnerová (J. Heyrovský Institute of Physical Chemistry, University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague) and J. Ludvík (J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry)

Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Aqua 300 A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

08:00

09:40

1606

12th Manual M. Baizer Memorial Symposium on Organic Electrochemistry

12th Manuel M. Baizer Memorial Symposium on Organic Electrochemistry III – 08:00 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Kevin D. Moeller and Graham T. Cheek

09:20

10:00

12th Manuel M. Baizer Memorial Symposium on Organic Electrochemistry IV – 13:15 – 16:15 Co-Chairs: Diane K. Smith and Siegfried R. Waldvogel 13:15

1610

Short-Step Anodic Synthesis of ColorTunable Emissive Nucleoside Analogues – Y. Okada, K. Shimada (Tokyo Univ. of Agric. & Technol.), Y. Kitano, and K. Chiba (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)

13:35

1611

Electropolymerization of EDOT on Wireless Electrodes Toward Polymer Microfiber Networks – S. Inagi, Y. Koizumi, M. Ohira, H. Nishiyama, and I. Tomita (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

13:55

1612

Electrochemical Intramolecular C-H Amination of Aromatic Compounds – A. Shimizu, T. Morofuji, and J. I. Yoshida (Kyoto University)

14:15

1613

Electroorganic Construction of Pyrazolidine3,5-Diones – T. Gieshoff and S. R. Waldvogel (Institute of Organic Chemistry JGU Mainz)

Break Phenanthroimidazole Mediators Immobilization on Electrodes and Mechanistic Studies – B. Johnson, L. Berben (University of California Davis), R. D. Little (University of California Santa Barbara), M. Römelt (Bochum University), and R. Francke (Rostock University)

14:35 Break 14:55

1614

Electrochemical Study of Reactivity of Orthophthalaldehyde with Primary Amines – J. Donkeng Dazie (J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry, University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague) and J. Ludvík (J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry)

Integrating Metabolic Engineering and Electrocatalysis for the Production of Polyamides from Sugar – J. E. Matthiesen, M. Suastegui, J. M. Carraher, Z. Shao, and J. P. Tessonnier (Iowa State University)

15:15

1615

Epoxide Formation Via Radical Cations and Biradicals – R. Akaba (Nagasaki University)

15:35

1616

Redox-Responsive 4 H-Bond Arrays for Supramolecular Applications – D. K. Smith, M. Cedano, L. A. Clare, and G. M. Darzi (San Diego State University)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

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Tuesday, May 31

12:20


15:55

L01

1617

Synthesis, Properties, and Theoretical Study of Extended Diynes and Their Analogs Bearing Two Amino Moieties – K. Mitsudo, N. Kamimoto, N. Nakamura, A. Tsutsumi, and S. Suga (Okayama University)

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry General Session Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Sapphire 410 B, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

14:40

1658

Study on the Behavior of Halide Ions Contained in Ionic Liquids on Au(111) Electrode Surface – K. Tamura and Y. Nishihata (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)

15:00

1659

Investigation of a Redox-Responsive 4 H-Bond Array Capable of Strong SelfDimerization – G. M. Darzi and D. K. Smith (San Diego State University)

15:20

1660

3D-Polypyrrole Hydro-Sponge Thin Films for Electrochemical Applications – J. L. D. S. Antonio Sr. (Instituto de Química Universidade de São Paulo - Brasil), S. I. Cordoba de Torresi (Universidade de Sao Paulo), and R. M. Torresi (Instituto de Química - Universidade de São Paulo - Brasil)

15:40

1661

Self-Consistent Theory for Predicting Reaction Mechanisms and Potentials in Acid and Base: H(ads) and OH(ads) Deposition on the Pt(111) Electrode – M. Zhao and A. B. Anderson (Case Western Reserve University)

Session III – 09:00 – 11:40 Co-Chair: Stephen Maldonado 09:00

Tuesday, May 31

09:20

1649

1650

Absolute Potentials of the Standard Hydrogen Electrode (4.20 V), Standard Reference Electrodes & Aqueous Redox Couples of Elements – R. Heyrovska (Private Resrach Scientist) Quantitative one-Dot Differential Electrochemical Mass Spectrometry Study on Electro-Oxidation of Ethanol at CarbonSupported Pt and Ir-Containing Catalysts – Y. Qu, Y. Gao, L. Wang, C. Li, and G. Yin (Harbin Institute of Technology)

09:40 Break 10:00

1651

Modified TiO2 Nanotubes for Photoelectrochemical (PEC) Water Splitting Applications – T. A. Aljohani (King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology)

10:20

1652

The Nanomechanics and Nanodynamics of Confined Water – S. H. Khan (University of Peshawar, Peshawar, Pakistan) and P. M. Hoffmann (Wayne State University, Detroit, USA.)

10:40

11:00

11:20

1653

1654

1655

Hybrid Electrocatalytic Nanomaterials for Isopropanol Oxidation – K. Miecznikowski (University of Warsaw), L. Adamczyk (Czestochowa University of Technology), J. A. Cox (Miami University), and P. J. Kulesza (University of Warsaw) Photochemical Degradation of Diclofenac Sodium By Nanophotocatalyst ZnO Doped C, N, S in Aqueous Solution Using UV Irradiation – M. Giahi and H. Taghvi (Islamic Azad University of Lahijan) Non-Stechiometric Titanates Embellished with a Catalyst and Employed for Visible-Light Water Splitting – K. Bienkowski and P. J. Kulesza (University of Warsaw)

L02

Electrocatalysis 8

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Sapphire Ballroom M, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

ORR II (Non-precious Metal) – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Piotr Zelenay and Gang Wu 08:00

1713

Stability of Group 4 and 5 Metal Oxide Cathode with Titanium Oxide Support for PEFCs – K. I. Ota, K. Matsuzawa, T. Nagai (Yokohama National University), A. Ishihara (IAS, Yokohama National University), and S. Mitsushima (Yokohama National University)

08:20

1714

Group 4 Metal Oxynitride Nanocatalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Acidic Media – M. Chisaka, Y. Ando, Y. Yamamoto, and N. Itagaki (Hirosaki University)

08:40

1715

Insulating Boron Nitride Nanosheet on Inert Gold Substrate As a Novel Electrocatalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction - Theoretical and Experimental Investigations – K. Uosaki, H. Noguchi, G. Elumalai, H. C. Dinh, A. Lyalin (National Institute for Materials Science), and T. Taketsugu (Hokkaido University, National Institute for Materials Science)

09:00

1716

Nitrogen and Sulfur Dual-Doped IronGraphene Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – Y. C. Lin, C. C. Liu, H. C. Huang, and C. H. Wang (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology)

09:20

1717

A Novel Electrode Architecture for NonPGM and Low PGM Catalysts - Nanofibrous Network – D. J. Liu (Argonne National Laboratory)

Session IV – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chair: Luke M. Haverhals 14:00

14:20

106

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1657

Voltammetric Study and Electrodeposition of Zinc from Room Temperature Ionic Liquid 1-Butyl-1-Methylpyrrolidinium Bis((trifluoromethyl)Sulfonyl)Imide – P. Y. Chen and Y. S. Wang (Kaohsiung Medical University)

09:40 10:00

1718

Toward Proper Understanding of the Nature of the Active Sites in Non-PGM Catalysts and the Redox Mechanism for ORR – Q. Jia, J. Li, and S. Mukerjee (Northeastern University)

Underpotential Deposition of Nickel on Cu2o Films and Its Effects on Reactivity and Stability of Cu2o Films – A. Fillinger, K. DeHority, and N. Budin (Ithaca College)

10:20

1719

Non-PGM ORR Catalysts Based on Transition Metals Alternative to Iron – U. Martinez, E. F. Holby, J. H. Dumont, H. T. Chung, and P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

Break

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Non-PGM ORR Catalysts Prepared from Polyaniline-Type Polymers with Strong Affinity to Iron – X. Yin, H. T. Chung, U. Martinez (Los Alamos National Laboratory), J. H. Dumont (University of New Mexico), G. M. Purdy, and P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

11:00

1721

Elucidating Carbon Structures in Highly Active Fe-N-C Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction – G. Wu (University at Buffalo, The State University of New York)

11:20

1722

Surfactant-Assisted Electrodeposition of Mn Oxides As Promising ORR/Oer Bifunctional Non-PGM Electrocatalysts: Factorial Design Study of the Electrodeposition Parameters – P. Hosseini Benhangi (The University of British Columbia)

11:40

1723

DFT Studies of the Oxygen Reduction Reaction on Pristine and N-Doped Fe3C/ Graphene Catalyst – M. Reda, H. A. Hansen, and T. Vegge (Technical University of Denmark)

12:00

1724

ORR Activity of Pristine Graphite|Fe3c Interfaces – H. A. Hansen, M. Reda, and T. Vegge (Technical University of Denmark)

15:20

1729

Synthesis and Performance of Doped Cu-W Oxide Semiconductors for Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting – M. Parker, R. Gakhar, and D. Chidambaram (University of Nevada Reno)

15:40

1730

Molybdenum Sulfide Films By Atomic Layer Deposition As Electrocatalysts in Hydrogen Evolution Reaction – H. Shin (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University)

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Biological Fuel Cells 7

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology Sapphire Ballroom H, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Microbial Fundamentals 1 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: David P. Hickey and Matthew D. Yates 08:00

1807

Metagenomic and Metatranscriptomic Analysis of an Electromethanogenic Microbial Community – S. Babanova (J. Craig Venter Institute), K. Carpenter (J Craig Venter Institute), S. Ishii, S. Ishii (Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology), M. Flynn (NASA, Mountain View, CA), J. Hogan (NASA- Ames Research Center), and O. Bretschger (J. Craig Venter Institute)

08:20

1808

The Role of Shewanella Oneidensis MR-1 Structural Proteins in Electrochemical Performance and Biofilm Development – J. A. Cornejo (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), K. Artyushkova (University of New Mexico), S. Babanova (J. Craig Venter Institute, University of New Mexico), L. K. Ista (University of New Mexico), C. M. Ajo-Franklin (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico)

08:40

1809

Elucidating Molecular Underpinnings of Extracellular Electron Transfer in Bioelectrochemical Systems Using Evolutionary Genomics Approaches – S. Phadke, K. Carpenter (J Craig Venter Institute), and O. Bretschger (J. Craig Venter Institute)

09:00

1810

Characterization of Electrochemical Activity in Four Alkaline Hot Springs in Heart Lake Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park – A. Mohamed, A. Medina, P. T. Ha (Washington State University), B. Peyton (Montana State University), and H. Beyenal (Washington State University)

09:20

1811

(Invited) Customizing Proteins and Microbes for Biological Fuel Cells – C. M. AjoFranklin, M. Baruch, and T. Fukushima (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

HER and OER – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Jia X. Wang and Minhua Shao 14:00

14:20

14:40

15:00

1725

1726

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Facile Synthesis and Reaction Mechanism of Oxygen Evolution on RuO2, IrO2, and RuO2@IrO­2 Core-Shell Nanocatalysts – Z. Ma (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory), Y. Zhang (Brookhaven National Laboratory, Chemistry Department), W. Xu (Argonne National Laboratory), Y. C. Hsieh (Brookhaven National Laboratory, Chemistry Department), P. Liu (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory), L. Wu, Y. Zhu (Dep. Cond. Matter Phys. Mater. Sci., Brookhaven Nat. Lab.), K. Sasaki, R. R. Adzic, and J. X. Wang (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory) Controlled Electrochemical Surface Activation of Perovskite: Application to Highly Active Oxygen Evolution Catalyst – A. Grimaud (Collège de France), A. Demortiere (LRCS Amiens - CNRS), M. Saubanere (Institut Charles Gerhardt, CNRS - Université Montpellier), W. Dachraoui (LRCS Amiens - CNRS), M. L. Doublet (Institut Charles Gerhardt, CNRS - Université Montpellier), and J. M. Tarascon (Réseau sur le Stockage Electrochimique de l’Energie RS2E, Collège de France) Transition Metals (Co, Fe, Ni)-N-C Electrocatalysts for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction in Acidic and Alkaline Solutions – L. Zhang, W. Liu, and M. Shao (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) Electrocatalytic Hydrogen Production – A. Koca (Engineering Faculty, Marmara University.), A. R. Ozkaya (Faculty of Science and Letters, Marmara University), and D. Akyuz (Marmara University)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

09:40

Break

10:00

1812

(Invited) Microbial Fuel Cells for Wastewater Treatment - from Lab to Practice – O. Bretschger (J. Craig Venter Institute), S. Babanova (JCVI), J. Jones, T. Phan (J. Craig Venter Institute), K. Carpenter (J Craig Venter Institute), S. Chan (J. Craig Venter Institute), S. Phadke (J Craig Venter Institute), and S. Chen (J. Craig Venter Institute)

10:40

1813

(Invited) Disentangling the Roles of Free and Cytochrome-Bound Flavins in Extracellular Electron Transport from Shewanella Oneidensis MR-1 – S. Xu, Y. Jangir, and M. El-Naggar (University of Southern California) 107

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1815

1816

Conductance and Capacitance of ElectrodeRespiring Geobacter Sulfurreducens Biofilms Using a Quartz Crystal Microbalance and Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – J. T. Babauta and H. Beyenal (Washington State University) Understanding Electron Transport in a Durable Mixed Community Microbial Biocathode Enriched from Seawater – M. D. Yates (Naval Research Laboratory, CBMSE, National Research Council), B. J. Eddie (Naval Research Laboratory, CBMSE, American Society for Engineering Education), N. J. Kotloski (Naval Research Laboratory, CBMSE, George Mason University), N. Lebedev, A. P. Malonoski, B. Lin, S. Strycharz-Glaven, and L. M. Tender (Naval Research Laboratory, CBMSE) Electrons from Solid Electrode Alter Phototrophic Mat Morphology and Metabolic Activity – P. T. Ha (Washington State University), R. S. Renslow (PNNL), E. Atci (Washington State University), P. N. Reardon, S. Lindemann, J. Fredrickson (PNNL), D. Call (WSU), and H. Beyenal (Washington State University)

Enzymatic Fundamentals – 14:00 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Serge Cosnier and Leonard M. Tender 14:00

14:40

15:00

1817

1818

1819

Session 1 – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chair: Stephen J. Paddison 08:00

1865

(Invited) Ion Diffusion in Ionic Liquids: Single Molecule Fluorescence Spectroscopy – T. Welton (Imperial College), J. B. Edel, A. J. S. McIntosh, A. Ivanov, and M. A. B. Nawawi (Imperial College London)

08:40

1866

Ionic Liquid Electrical Double Layer from Large Amplitude Fourier Transformed Ac Voltammetry Data – A. J. Lucio, S. K. Shaw (University of Iowa), J. Zhang, and A. M. Bond (Monash University)

09:00

1867

(Invited) Electrodeposition of Yttrium Alloy from Ionic Liquids for High Performance Oxygen Reduction Reaction Catalysts – H. Meng and R. R. Adzic (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory)

09:30

Break

Session 2 – 10:00 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Vito Di Noto and Stephen J. Paddison

(Invited) Overcoming Biocathode Limitations in Bfcs: Enhancing O2 Concentration with Micelles – D. P. Hickey, K. Albertson, R. D. Milton, and S. D. Minteer (University of Utah)

(Invited) How Spatial Heterogeneities Affect Dynamics of Ionic Liquids – S. Roy, Z. P. Zheng, M. Bonn, and J. Hunger (Max-PlanckInstitute for Polymer Research)

10:40

1869

Computational Approaches for Rational Design of Electrodes for Biofuel Cells and Biosensors Applications – I. Matanovic (University of New Mexico), S. Babanova (J. Craig Venter Institute, University of New Mexico), and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico)

Physiochemical Properties of Dialkylimidazolium Chloroaluminate Ionic Liquids Under Dynamic Conditions – J. J. Coleman, C. A. Apblett, and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico)

11:00

1870

(Invited) Charge Transport and Structural Dynamics in Bulk and Ultrathin Films of Polymerized Ionic Liquids – J. R. Sangoro (University of Tennessee, Knoxville)

11:40

1871

Portable Aluminum Deposition System: An Alternative Plating Process for Aluminum Electrodeposition Based on Ionic Liquids – L. P. Reidy, L. H. Chou, and C. L. Hussey (University of Mississippi)

12:00

1872

(Invited) Semi-Solid Ionic-Liquid-Based Redox-Electrolytes with Noble Metal or Carbon Nanostructures: Enhancement of Redox Mediating Capabilities of Iodine/ Iodide System – P. J. Kulesza, I. A. Rutkowska (University of Warsaw), and J. M. Orlowska (University of Warsaw, Department of Chemistry)

Deep Oxidation of Multiple (Poly)Saccharides at a Bi-Enzymatic Bioelectrode – R. D. Milton, M. Yuan, D. P. Hickey (University of Utah), A. Sugawara (Huvepharma), C. Peterbauer, D. Haltrich (Universität für Bodenkultur Wien), and S. D. Minteer (University of Utah) Direct Electron Transfer Mechanisms Applied Toward the Development of an Enhanced Photoelectrochemical Biofuel Cell – R. J. Lopez, A. Shreve, and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico)

15:40

1821

Impact of Oxygen on Glucose Oxidation Kinetics in a Redox Polymer Mediated Glucose Oxidase Electrode – S. Calabrese Barton, D. Chakraborty, H. Bambhania, and H. Wen (Michigan State University)

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1820

1822

Ionic Liquids as Electrolytes

10:00

15:20

16:00

L02

NADH Bioelectrocatalysis at a Naphthoquinone Redox Polymer – S. Abdellaoui, R. D. Milton (University of Utah), T. Quah (university of utah), and S. D. Minteer (University of Utah)

Session 3 – 14:00 – 15:20 Co-Chairs: Stephen J. Paddison and Vito Di Noto 14:00

1873

(Invited) Towards a Molecular Level Understanding of the Electrolyte Choline Chloride / Urea – P. A. Hunt, C. Ashworth, and T. Welton (Imperial College)

14:40

1874

Quantitative Comparison of Atomistic Molecular Dynamics Simulations and X-Ray Scattering of Polymerized Ionic Liquids – H. Liu and S. J. Paddison (University of Tennessee, Knoxville)

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1875

The Effect of Pressure on the Role of Tfsa Conformational Exchange in Ionic Liquids – S. Suarez (Department of Physics, Brooklyn College, CUNY), A. Rua (University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez), D. Cuffari (Department of Physics, Brooklyn College, CUNY, CUNY Graduate School), K. Pilar, J. Hatcher (Hunter College of CUNY, CUNY Graduate School), S. Ramati (Brookhaven National Laboratory), and J. Wishart (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory)

Renewable Fuels via Artificial Photosynthesis or Electrolysis Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Sensor Sapphire Ballroom I, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

14:20

1918

(Invited) Pathway to Developing Highly Efficient and Durable Photelectrochemical Device – T. Ogitsu, B. Wood, T. A. Pham, J. Varley, W. I. Choi (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory), T. G. Deutsch, J. L. Young, H. Döscher, J. A. Turner (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), C. Heske, M. Blum (University of Nevada Las Vegas), N. Gaillard (University of Hawaii), T. F. Jaramillo (Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering), C. D. Pemmaraju, and D. Prendergast (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

14:50

1919

(Invited) Numerical Modeling of a ParticleSuspension Reactor for Solar Water Splitting – R. Bala Chandran (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), S. Breen, Y. Shao, S. Ardo (University of California, Irvine), and A. Z. Weber (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

Metal Oxides for Photoelectrochemicel Cells – 08:20 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Jae Joon Lee and Heli Wang 08:20

08:40

09:10

1910

Improved Efficiency of Betanin-Sensitized Solar Cells Prepared with ElectrophoreticallyDeposited Nanoparticulate TiO2 Photoanodes and Reflective Pt Cathodes – J. I. ValdezNava, D. Ortega-Díaz, I. V. Feria-Socarras, L. A. Godínez Mora-Tovar (CIDETEQ), R. Fuentes (Universidad de Guanajuato), P. F. Méndez (Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa), and J. Manríquez (CIDETEQ)

1911

(Invited) Direct Comparison of Molecular and Metal Oxide Catalysts on Hematite for Photoelectrochemical Water Oxidation – D. Wang (Boston College)

1912

(Invited) Searching New Materials for Efficient Solar Driven Hydrogen Production – Y. Yan (The University of Toledo)

09:40

Break

Invited Speeches on New Materials for Solar Fuel Generation – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chair: Nianqiang (Nick) Wu 10:00

1913

(Invited) 2D Nanosheet-Based Hybrid Photocatalysts for Solar Fuel Production – S. J. Hwang (Ewha Womans University)

15:20

Break

Modeling and Systematic Methodology for Solar Fuel Generation – 15:30 – 16:10 Co-Chairs: Yanfa Yan and Eric Lars Miller 15:30

1920

Utilizing Modelling, Experiments, and Statistics for the Analysis of Water-Splitting Photoelectrodes – Y. K. Gaudy and S. Haussener (LRESE, EPFL)

15:50

1921

Design Guidelines Based on Thermal Management for Integrated Hydrogen Producing Devices Working with Concentrated Irradiation – S. Tembhurne and S. Haussener (LRESE, EPFL)

M01

Sensors, Actuators, and Microsystems General Session Sensor Aqua 310 A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Electrochemical Gas Sensors I – 08:20 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Mike Carter and Peter Hesketh 08:20

1951

Optimization of a Suspended, Hot MicroStructure for Better Energy Efficiency and Improved Performance – A. Mahdavifar, M. Navaei, and P. Hesketh (Georgia Institute of Technology)

10:30

1914

(Invited) Multiple Roles of Gold Nanoparticles in Solar-Fuel Photocatalysts – N. Wu, S. K. Cushing, and J. Li (West Virginia University)

11:00

1915

(Invited) Chalcogenide Tetrahedral Cluster Based Framework Materials for Photocatalytic Application – P. Feng, Q. Lin, K. Sasan, X. Chen, and C. Mao (University of California at Riverside)

08:40

1952

Investigation of Silver Catalytic Properties on Reduced Graphene Oxide to Enhance Gas Sensitivity and Selectivity from Mixed VOC Gases – E. Lee and D. J. Kim (Auburn University)

11:30

1916

(Invited) Photoelectrochemical Systems for Sunlight Driven Fuel Production – T. Minegishi (The University of Tokyo, JST/ PRESTO) and K. Domen (The University of Tokyo)

09:00

1953

Development and Testing of an Electrochemical Methane Sensor – P. K. Sekhar (Washington State University, Vancouver), E. L. Brosha, C. R. Kreller (Los Alamos National Laboratory), and J. Kysar (Washington State University Vancouver)

09:20

1954

Ultralow Power Gas Sensing for Societal Well-Being – M. T. Carter (KWJ Engineering, Inc), J. R. Stetter (SPEC Sensors, LLC), M. W. Findlay, B. J. Meulendyk (KWJ Engineering, Inc.), and D. Peaslee (SPEC Sensors, LLC)

Invited Speeches on Modeling and Systematic Methodology – 13:50 – 15:30 Co-Chairs: Jae Joon Lee and Yanfa Yan 13:50

1917

(Invited) Electrical Models for Fuel Cells – F. Fabregat-Santiago, L. Bertoluzzi, S. Gimenez, and J. Bisquert (Institute of Advanced Materials, Universitat Jaume I)

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10:20

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1955

Response Characteristics of a Pre-Commercial Mixed Potential Ammonia Sensor in Diesel Engine Exhaust – C. R. Kreller (Los Alamos National Laboratory), V. Y. Prikhodko, J. A. Pihl, S. Curran (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), R. Mukundan (Los Alamos National Laboratory), J. E. Parks II (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and E. L. Brosha (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Ultra-Low NO2 Detection By Gamma WO3 Synthesized By Reactive Spray Deposition Technology – R. Jain, Y. Lei (University of Connecticut), and R. Maric (Center for Clean Energy Engineering) Electrochemical Response of Nitrite and Nitric Oxide on Graphene Oxide Nanoparticles Doped with Prussian Blue (PB) and Fe2O3 Nanoparticles – A. S. Adekunle (Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife), S. Lebogang, P. L. Gwala, T. T. Palesa, O. Lukman O., O. E. Fayemi, D. Boikanyo, N. Mphuthi (North-West University (Mafikeng Campus) South Africa), J. A. O. Oyekunle (Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife Nigeria), A. O. Ogunfowokan (Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife, Nigeria), and E. E. Ebenso (NorthWest University (Mafikeng Campus) South Africa)

11:00

1958

Hierarchically Structured Zinc Oxide Gas Sensors with Silver Catalyst – Y. Chung, H. Park, E. Lee, and D. J. Kim (Auburn University)

11:20

1959

Highly Sensitive and Selective Gas Sensors Based on Oxide Nanomaterials for Electronic Nose – Y. S. Shim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST))

11:40

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M02

1965

Medical and Point-of-Care Sensors

Sensor Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center

M02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chair: Mary A. Arugula •

2024

Construction of Disposable Carbon-Based Electrochemical Cells By Using Electronic Craft Cutter for Sensor and Biosensor Applications – A. S. Afonso (UFVJM), C. V. Uliana, and R. C. Faria (Universidade Federal de São Carlos)

2025

Development of Peptide Functionalized Smart Bandages for Real-Time Wound Diagnostics – A. McLister, J. Cundell, D. Finlay, and J. Davis (Ulster University)

2026

Temperature-Responsive PNIPAM-GraftedAlginate Core Wrapped with LbL Assembled Chitosan/DNA Membranes for Development of Controlled Drug Release System – Y. Zhang, M. A. Arugula, and A. Simonian (Auburn University)

2027

Ruthenium-Modified Sensitive NO Sensors: Quantifying Nitric Oxide in the Pathobiology of Cystic Fibrosis – T. Bose (Cleveland Sate University) and M. Bayachou (Cleveland State University)

Z01

General Society Student Poster Session All Divisions

Possible Use of Yttria-Stabilized Zirconia for Potentiometric Sensors at Room Temperature – A. L. Szendrei (University of Utah), A. V. Virkar (The University of Utah), and T. Sparks (University of Utah)

Z01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

2028

Uniform Porous Multilayer-Junction Thin Film for Enhanced Gas-Sensing Performance – X. Sun, P. Zhang, and H. Zhang (Soochow University)

Etching Studies of BCN Thin Films – A. Prakash (University of Central Florida) and K. B. Sundaram (Univ. of Central Florida)

2029

Organic Thin-Film Transistors Based on Asymmetric Chrysene Derivatives – S. Murata (Tokai university, Ushio ChemiX Corporation), H. Otsuki, K. Okamoto (Ushio ChemiX Corporation), and Y. Kunugi (Tokai University)

2030

Pore-Effective Ion Diffusion of Polymer Gel Electrolytes in Sub-Micrometer Porous Electrode – S. J. Ha and J. H. Moon (Sogang University)

2031

Impedancemetric NOx Sensors Based on La0.8Sr0.2MnO3 and Au Electrodes – N. Pal and E. P. Murray (Louisiana Tech University)

2032

Electrodeposition of Al-W Alloy Films from Ionic Liquid and Evaluation of Their Corrosion Resistance and Mechanical Properties – S. Higashino, A. Takahashi, M. Miyake, R. Kasada, and T. Hirato (Kyoto University)

Keynote Speeches on Sensors – 14:00 – 15:40 Co-Chair: Nianqiang (Nick) Wu 14:00

1962

(Keynote) Wearable Electrochemical Sensors – J. Wang (UCSD)

14:40

1963

(Keynote) Detecting Small MoleculeMembrane Protein Binding Kinetics – N. Tao (Arizona State University)

15:20 Break Environment Monitoring – 15:40 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Nianqiang (Nick) Wu and Leyla Soleymani 15:40

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Metallophthalocyanine Based Conducting Electroactive Electropolymers and Their Applications As Electrochemical Pesticide Sensors – A. Koca (Engineering Faculty, Marmara University.), A. R. Ozkaya, E. Özen (Faculty of Science and Letters, Marmara University), and Z. Biyiklioglu (Karadeniz Tecnical University)

Development of All Solid State Sensors for Environmental Water Monitoring: Dissolved Oxygen and Free Chlorine – H. Hsu and R. Selvaganapathy (McMaster University)

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2033

Effect of Ambient Conditions on IonicLiquid-Electrolyte Aluminium-Air Batteries – Aslanbas, Y. E. Durmus, H. Tempel, R. Schierholz, L. G. J. de Haart, H. Kungl, and R. A. Eichel (Forschungszentrum Jülich)

2045

Corrosion of Carbon Steel Wire Roads Containing Various Sulfur Content in Sour Solutions – S. W. Kim and C. J. Park (Chonnam National University)

2034

2046

Low-Temperature Performance of Vinylene Carbonate Additive Containing Electrolyte for Electric Double-Layer Capacitors – R. Väli, A. Jänes, and E. Lust (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu)

Investigation of the Corrosion of Stainless Steels Used for Reverse Osmosis Desalination Plant By Varying Chemicals and Flow Velocity – Y. J. Kim and C. J. Park (Chonnam National University)

2035

2047

The Effect of Alloying of Transition Metals (M = Fe, Co and Ni) to Palladium Catalyst on Durability of Electrocatalytic Activity of Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Alkaline Media – T. Gunji (Kanagawa University), R. Wakabayashi, H. D. Abruña, F. DiSalvo (Cornell University), and F. Matsumoto (Kanagawa University)

Comparison of Physical and Electrical Characteristics of Memory Devices with NiO2 Charge Trapping Layer – R. K. Mahanty, C. H. Kao, C. F. Lin, and Y. L. Su (Chang Gung University)

2048

Directed Functionalization of Aromatic C-H Bonds in Electrocatalytic Phosphorylation and Fluoroalkylation Reactions with the Participant of Transition Metal Complexes – S. Strekalova, M. Khrizanforov, T. Gryaznova, and Y. Budnikova (A.E. Arbuzov Institute Organic and Physical Chemistry)

2049

Nano Sized Defect Free Al2O3 Thin Film for High Performance Gas Barrier – Y. Jang and M. Hong (Display and Semiconductor Physics, Korea University)

2050

Tetracyanoborate Anion Based Phosphonium Ionic Liquids As Electrolytes for Pyrrole Electropolymerization – K. Nishihata, K. Tsunashima (National Institute of Technology Wakayama College), M. Matsumiya (Yokohama National University), and Y. Ono (University of Toyama)

2051

In Situ Raman Studies on Electrochemically Deposited Manganese Oxide on Gold – Z. M. Pavlovic (Max Planck Institute For Chemical Energy Conversion), C. Ranjan (Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion), Q. Gao (Max Planck Institute For Chemical Energy Conversion), and R. Schloegl (Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion)

2036

2037

Rapid Determination of Diffusion Coefficients Utilizing Electrochemical Time of Diffusion (ETOD) – J. C. Moldenhauer and D. W. Paul (University of Arkansas) Electrochemical Performance and Chemical Stability of Architecturally Designed La2-XPrxNiO4+D IT-SOFC Cathodes – O. Celikbilek (LEPMI, France), R. K. Sharma (LEPMI,France), M. Burriel (LMGP, France), L. Dessemond (LEPMI, France), J. M. Bassat (ICMCB, France), and E. Djurado (LEPMI, France)

2038

Effect of Guest Binding on a Redox Active Three Hydrogen Bond Array – R. He and D. K. Smith (San Diego State University)

2039

Manganese Functionalized Graphene As a New Platform for Peroxynitrite Sensing – H. Kalil (cleveland state university) and M. Bayachou (Cleveland State University)

2040

Electrochemical Performance and Stability of Perovskite Structured Anode Materials for Intermediate Temperature-Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – S. Y. Jo and J. Y. Park (Sejong University)

2052

2041

Durability Study of Intermediate TemperatureSolid Oxide Fuel Cells with Excellent Cathode Materials – J. Y. Yang and J. Y. Park (Sejong University)

Quantification of Phase Evolution in Praseodymium Nickelates – E. Dogdibegovic, C. J. Wright, and X. D. Zhou (University of South Carolina)

2053

2042

Modification of Carbon Electrodes with Electrochemically-Formed DendrimerEncapsulated Palladium Nanoparticles from Tributylmethylammonium Bis((trifluoromethyl)Sulfonyl)Imide Ionic Liquid – N. C. Lo (National Cheng Kung University), P. Y. Chen (Kaohsiung Medical University), and I. W. Sun (National Cheng Kung University)

The Performance of Hard Carbon in a Sodium Ion Battery and Influence of the Sodium Metal in Observed Properties – D. Ledwoch (Sharp Laboratories of Europe Ltd, UK, University College London, UK), D. J. L. Brett (University College London), and E. Kendrick (University College London, UK, SHARP Laboratories of Europe Ltd, UK)

2054

Rietveld Relaxation Analysis on LixNi0.5Mn1.5O4 (x = 0.1, 0.2) 5V Cathode Material – K. Yamada, S. Takai, T. Yabutsuka (Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University), and T. Yao (Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto University, National Institute of Technology, Kagawa College)

Redox Cycling Behavior of Catecholamines and Their Mixtures at Different Diffusion Distances: Steps Toward Quantitative Speciation – M. Lotfi Marchoubeh, M. Hu, and I. Fritsch (University of Arkansas)

2055

Defect-Free Amorphous Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide Deposition Process By Magnetic Field Shielded Sputtering – D. H. Lee, K. Kim, and M. Hong (Display and Semiconductor Physics, Korea University)

Signal Amplification of a Universal FourWay Junction Based Nucleic Acid Sensor through Modification of Electrochemical Technique Parameters – D. M. Mills and K. Y. Chumbimuni-Torres (University of Central Florida)

2056

Effect of Al2O3 Addition in Partially-Stabilized Zirconia Based NOx Sensors – K. M. Kharashi and E. P. Murray (Louisiana Tech University)

2043

2044

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2057

Predicting the Formation of Electrodeposition Patterns Caused By Interfacial Instabilities – C. C. Wang, K. J. Ziegler, and R. Narayanan (Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Florida)

2058

Reverse Microemulsion Vs UltrasoundAssisted Synthesis of PtCu/MWCNT Towards Oxygen Reduction Reaction with Possible Application in Fuel Cells – Y. Y. Rivera-Lugo, R. M. Félix-Navarro, and E. A. Reynoso-Soto (Instituto Tecnológico de Tijuana)

2069

The Effect of Catalyst Layer Deposition Thickness on DMFC Performance Via the Drawdown Method – D. Glass, G. K. S. Prakash, and G. A. Olah (Loker Hydrocarbon Research Institute, Dept of Chemistry, University of Southern California)

2070

Proposal for Deposition Mechanism of Electrochemical-Constructed IrO2-Ta2O5|Ti Electrodes – R. A. Herrada and E. Bustos (CIDETEQ)

2059

2071

Nanoparticle-Polymer Surface Adsorption Relevant to CMP Applications – R. A. Wienck and J. J. Keleher (Department of Chemistry, Lewis University)

Deposition and Electrical Characterization of CaCu3Ti4O12 Thin Films – G. Skaria (University of Central Florida) and K. B. Sundaram (Univ. of Central Florida)

2060

2072

Synthesis of Photocatalytic Nanocomposite Biomaterials for Enhanced Water Filtration Application – J. Murray, E. Senese (Lewis University), J. J. Rech, and J. J. Keleher (Lewis University, Department of Chemistry)

Electrochemical Studies of Nickel/H2so4 Oscillating Systems and the Preparation and Testing of Copper Coupled Microelectrode Array Sensors – D. Q. Clark and D. O. Wipf (Mississippi State University)

2061

2073

Electrochemical Determination of Aluminium By Oxidation of Dopamine Using Platinum Nanoparticles on MWCNT As Sensor – R. M. Félix-Navarro, K. García-Tapia, E. A. Reynoso-Soto, C. Silva-Carrillo, S. W. LinHo (Instituto Tecnológico de Tijuana), and F. Paraguay-Delgado (Centro de Investigación en Materiales Avanzados)

Template Fe-Ni-Co Nanowire Electrodeposition with H2 Evolving Side Reactions – D. Li and E. J. Podlaha (Northeastern University)

2074

Aqueous Co-Electropolymerization of Thieno[3,4-b]-1,4-Dioxin-2-Methanol and a Synthesized Derivative – B. J. Jones and I. Fritsch (University of Arkansas)

Optimization of Zinc Sensing Membranes to be Used in Ion-Selective Electrodes for the Determination of Zinc Ion Concentration for Agricultural Applications – W. Louis, C. Hulce, S. Santra, and K. Y. ChumbimuniTorres (University of Central Florida)

2075

Electrochemical Paper-Based Platform for Micronutrient Sensing: Potassium Detection – I. A. Taylor and F. T. Deiss (IUPUI)

2076

Nanostructured Graphene-Supported PtNiTiO3 Catalyst for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction for Alkaline Direct Alcohol Fuel Cells Applications – A. Hernández Ramírez, F. J. Rodriguez-Varela, M. E. Sánchez-Castro (CINVESTAV), A. Kalasapurayil Kunhiraman, P. Karthikeyan, and R. Manoharan (PSG Institute of Advanced Studies)

2077

The Analysis of Prussian Blue Bonding on the Electrochemically Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes – L. Je, S. Belli, and T. J. O’Connor (Vassar College)

2078

Leveraging Local pH Gradients to Optimize Electrochemical Lanthanum Accumulation – A. Medina, J. T. Babauta, and H. Beyenal (Washington State University)

2079

Towards a Solid Oxide Fuel Cell/Electrolysis Cell Fabricated Entirely By Microwave Methods – B. Molero-Sánchez, P. K. Addo, V. Birss (University of Calgary), and E. Morán (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)

2080

A Pulse Voltage Application in Electrochemical Reduction of Solid CaWO4 Powder – I. Karakaya (Middle East Technical University), M. Erdogan (Yildirim Beyazit University), and B. Akpinar (Middle East Technical University)

2081

Hybridization of Transition Metal Carbides (MXene) and Oxides for High Performance Li-Ion Storage – M. Torelli (Drexel University) and M. Q. Zhao (Drexel Univerisity)

2062

2063

UCSD ECS Student Chapter: A Burgeoning Local Community in San Diego – P. Parikh, H. Liu (University of California, San Diego), J. Alvarado (University of California San Diego), H. Nguyen, and Y. S. Meng (University of California, San Diego)

2064

Materials Study for Optimization of RedoxMagnetohydrodynamics (R-MHD) for Pumping in Microfluidics Systems – F. Z. Khan and I. Fritsch (University of Arkansas)

2065

2066

Synthesis and Characterization of Functionalized CdS-QD Polymeric Nanocomposite Film to Mitigate Laser Attacks on Commercial Aircrafts – S. J. Brain, M. Zaleski (Lewis University, Department of Chemistry), J. Hofmann, D. Santefort, J. Kozminski, C. Crowder (Lewis University, Department of Phsyics), and J. J. Keleher (Lewis University, Department of Chemistry) Probing the Role of Organic Additives on the Film Formation Mechanism Relevant to Metal CMP – A. Mlynarski (Lewis University), L. M. Janes, and J. J. Keleher (Lewis University, Department of Chemistry)

2067

Electrochemical Study of PlatinumRuthenium-Copper Trimetallic Nanostructures for Methanol Oxidation – L. Mathurin and J. Chen (University of Arkansas)

2068

Acid Mine Drainage (AMD) Treatment with Sludge from Wastewater Treatment Plant in a Two-Chamber Microbial Fuel Cell – M. Peiravi and J. Liu (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)

112

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


2082

2083

2084

Enzyme Modified Microelectrodes Toward a Miniaturized Biofuel Cell Cathode – C. L. Einfalt (John Brown University), B. J. Jones, and I. Fritsch (University of Arkansas) Producing Highly-Ordered Nanostructures through Pattern Transfer Onto Complex Substrates – J. C. Wong (University of Florida) and K. J. Ziegler (Department of Chemical Engineering) Organic Single-Crystal Transistors Based on DBT3 Derivatives – T. Onozuka (Tokai university, Ushio ChemiX Corporation), M. Tsutsui, K. Okamoto (Ushio ChemiX Corporation), and Y. Kunugi (Tokai University)

2085

Aqueous Phase Synthesis Method of Ga Doped CuIn Nanoparticles and It’s Application for CIGS Printable Solar Cell – H. Takahashi (Tohoku University), M. Takagi (Tohoku Univ.), S. Yokoyama, and K. Tohji (Tohoku University)

2086

Role of Dummy Via Mask in Data Retention Capability of NAND Flash Memory – J. H. Lee (Sungkyunkwan University, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd) and I. S. Jung (Sungkyunkwan University)

2087

Agglomeration in Porous Silicon Prepared from Si-Nanowires Structures – V. H. Velez and K. B. Sundaram (University of Central Florida)

2088

Refining the Structure of Graphite Oxide through Selective Labeling of Functional Groups – A. Y. S. Eng, C. K. Chua, and M. Pumera (Nanyang Technological University)

2089

Improve Productivity through Reducing MBT Application Time Using Multi Bad Block Management DFT – H. Sung (Samsung Electronics) and Y. I. Eom (Sungkyunkwan University)

2090

Preparation of Ptpb/TiO2/Cup-Stacked Carbon Nanotube Composite for Enhancement of Electrocatalytic Reaction of Oxygen Reduction Reaction – F. Ando, T. Gunji, T. Tanabe, S. Kaneko (Kanagawa University), T. Takeda (Sankei Giken Kogyo Co., Ltd.), and F. Matsumoto (Kanagawa University)

2091

Synthesis of High Purity Layered Structure Sn3O4 and Its Photocatalytic Performance for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction Under Visible-Light Irradiation – M. Hashimoto, T. Tanabe, T. Gunji, S. Kaneko (Kanagawa University), H. Abe (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)), and F. Matsumoto (Kanagawa University)

Z02

Nanotechnology General Session featuring Nanoscale Luminescent Materials 4 All Divisions / Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee Aqua 303, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Nanoscale Luminescent Materials 4: Nanophotonics – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Peter Mascher and David J. Lockwood 08:00

Welcoming Remarks

08:10

2092

(Invited) Silicon Nanostructures: A Versatile Material for Photonics – Z. Bisadi, C. Piotto, G. Fontana, M. Scarpa, L. Pavesi, and P. Bettotti (University of Trento)

08:50

2093

(Invited) Linear and Nonlinear Optical Properties of Individual Silicon Nanowires – P. Wiecha (CEMES-CNRS, Université de Toulouse), A. Arbouet, C. Girard (CEMESCNRS), T. Baron (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, LTM, CNRS), A. Lecestre, G. Larrieu (LAASCNRS), and V. Paillard (CEMES-CNRS, Université de Toulouse)

09:30

Break

10:00

2094

(Invited) Silicon Nanocrystals: Size Control, Basic Understanding and High Quantum Yields – S. Gutsch, J. Laube, A. Zelenina, D. Hiller, and M. Zacharias (University of Freiburg)

10:40

2095

(Invited) Silicon Quantum Dots: From SingleDot Studies to Highly Luminescent Ensembles – J. Linnros (Royal Institute of Technology KTH)

11:20

2096

Si/Sige Heterointerfaces in One-, Two-, and Three-Dimensional Nanostructures and Their Impact on Sige Light Emission – 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)

11:40

2097

Improvement of Quantum Efficiency of the Nanosized Phosphors Using a Flux – J. Ha (University of California San Diego), Z. Wang (University of California, San Diego), E. Novitskaya (University of California San Diego), G. Hirata (Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology), O. A. Graeve (University of California San Diego), S. P. Ong (University of California, San Diego), and J. McKittrick (University of California San Diego)

12:00

2098

Magneto-Photoluminescence and Giant Magneto-Resistance in Self-Assembled Vertically-Aligned (ZnO)0.5:(La0.7Sr0.3MnO3)0.5 Nanopillars – W. Pan (Sandia National Labs)

Nanoscale Luminescent Materials 4: Applications to Photovoltaics and Energy – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Jan Linnros and Ray R. LaPierre 14:00

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

2099

(Invited) Nanophotonic Designs for Luminescent Quantum Dots and Application to Photovoltaics – V. E. Ferry (University of Minnesota)

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(Invited) Light Management in Efficient Luminescent Si-Based Layers for Photovoltaic Applications – L. Dumont, F. Ehre, N. Guth, J. Cardin, C. Labbe, C. Dufour, and F. Gourbilleau (CIMAP CNRS/CEA/ ENSICAEN/UCBN)

15:20

2101

Investigation of Conducting Ni-Co Spinel Oxide Thin Film for Solar or Photoelectrochemical Cell Applications – S. Y. Tsai (Research Ctr for Energy Tech/Strategy, Nat Cheng Kung U), K. Z. Fung (Dept. of Materials Sci, National Cheng Kung U, Taiwan), and C. T. Ni (Dept. of Materials Sci , National Cheng Kung U, Taiwan)

15:40

Tuesday, May 31

Z03

2102

Creation of High-Density Nanostructures for Use in Energy Conversion Applications – J. C. Wong, C. Xu (University of Florida), and K. J. Ziegler (Department of Chemical Engineering)

11:30

2137

Novel Components for PEM Electrolysis: Status and Challenges – A. S. Gago, P. Lettenmeier, L. Wang, S. Kolb, F. Burggraf, and K. A. Friedrich (German Aerospace Center (DLR))

12:00

2138

Gas-Transport Resistances in Fuel-Cell Catalyst Layers – T. Schuler, M. C. Tucker, and A. Z. Weber (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

Grand Challenges in Energy Conversion and Storage 3 – 14:00 – 15:30 Co-Chairs: Kaspar Andreas Friedrich and Adam Z. Weber 14:00

2139

Renewable Hydrogen: Near Term Solutions and Long Term Potential – K. E. Ayers (Proton OnSite)

14:30

2140

100k Cycles and Beyond: Extraordinary Stability for Au@MnO2 core@Shell nanowires Imparted By Gel Electrolyte – M. Le Thai, R. M. Penner, and G. Thesma Chandran (University of California, Irvine)

15:00

2141

Epitaxial Thin-Film Approach to Fundamental Studies and Modeling of Cathodes and Solid Electrolytes of Li-Ion and Other Batteries – L. A. Bendersky (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

Grand Challenges in Energy Conversion and Storage Electrodeposition / Energy Technology / High Temperature Materials / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Aqua Salon F, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Grand Challenges in Energy Conversion and Storage 1 – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Yasuhiro Fukunaka and Antoine Allanore 08:00

08:30

2132

Anodically Grown TiO2 Nanotube Arrays Used As Substrates for Thermal Dewetting of Pt Show Significantly Enhanced Photocatalytic H2 Generation with Minimal Co-Catalyst Amounts – N. T. Nguyen, M. Altomare (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg), and P. Schmuki (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU), King Abdulaziz University) The Detection of Solution PHASE Superoxide As a Reaction Intermediate of Oxygen Reduction in Neutral Aqueous Solutions – Z. Feng and D. Scherson (Case Western Reserve University)

09:30 Break Grand Challenges in Energy Conversion and Storage 2 – 10:00 – 12:30 Co-Chairs: Patrik Schmuki and Takayuki Homma 10:00

2134

Hydrogen Production from Water Based on Heterogeneous Photocatalysts – T. Yamada and K. Domen (ARPChem, The University of Tokyo)

10:30

2135

Mechanistic Study of Hydrogen Production By Aqueous Phase Reforming of Ethanol and Acetic Acid over Various Supported Ru Catalysts – S. Naito, T. Nozawa, and S. Hikichi (Kanagawa University)

11:00

114

2136

Self-Terminated Electrodeposition Reactions for Electrocatalysis – T. P. Moffat, Y. Liu, S. H. Ahn, R. Wang, N. L. Ritzert, K. Schwarz, D. Gokcen, C. Hangarter, and U. Bertocci (NIST)

Energy Technology Division Research Award Address Session – 15:30 – 16:10 Co-Chairs: Rangachary Mukundan, Robert Kostecki, and Thomas F. Fuller 15:30

Z06

2142

(Energy Technology Division Research Award) Electrolytes in Advanced Electrochemical Systems for Energy Storage and Conversion – T. A. Zawodzinski (University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN)

Modeling: From Elucidation of Physical Phenomena to Applications in Design All Divisions / International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE) Aqua Salon E, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

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Liquid-like Hydrogen in the Ultra-Micropores of Commercial Activated Carbons – R. G. Agostino, F. D. Minuto (Dipartimento di Fisica - Università della Calabria), A. Aloise (DIATIC - Università della Calabria), and A. Policicchio (Dipartimento di Fisica Università della Calabria)

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14:40

Modeling: From Elucidation of Physical Phenomena to Applications in Design III – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Svein Sunde and Robert Hillman 08:00

Introductory Remarks

08:10

2186

(Keynote) Formulation for the Treatment of Multiple Electrochemical Reactions and Associated Speciation for the Lithium-Silicon Electrode – M. W. Verbrugge, D. R. Baker, and X. Xiao (General Motors, R&D Center)

08:50

2187

(Invited) Numerical Simulations of Mass Transport Using Separation of Variables: an Old Method Rejuvenated with Symbolic Algebra Software – T. Holm, S. Sunde, F. Seland (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), and D. A. Harrington (University of Victoria)

09:10

2188

(Invited) Theoretical Analysis of Turbulent Mass Transfer with Rotating Cylinders – J. Newman (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

09:30

Break

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


10:20

11:00

11:20

11:40

12:00

2189 KISSA® : A General User-Friendly Software for Accurate Investigation of Electrochemical Mechanism of Any Complexity – A. Oleinick, I. Svir, and C. A. Amatore (Ecole Normale Superieure & CNRS) 2190

2192

2193

2194 2195

(Invited) Nanoelectrochemical Modeling: Elucidation of the Reaction Mechanism – M. V. Mirkin, Y. Yu, M. Zhou (Queens College-CUNY), A. Oleinick, I. Svir, and C. A. Amatore (Ecole Normale Superieure & CNRS)

14:10

2196

All Divisions Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center

S3P Challenge Grant Winners Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

2225

(Science for Solving Society’s Problems Challenge Grant Winner) eLatrines: Development of a Fully Cardboard based Microbial Fuel Cell for Pit Latrines – J. Kretzschmar (Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ), S. Riedl, R. K. Brown, U. Schröder (Technische Universität Braunschweig), and F. Harnisch (Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ)

1346

See I02-1346, “Sustainable Water Treatment Using an SOFC-Based Combined Heat and Power System”, Monday, May 30, 09250945h, Indigo Ballroom C

1799

See L03-1799, “SPEED: Sanitation and Processing for Energy with Electrochemical Devices”, Monday, May 30, 1000-1020h, Sapphire Ballroom H

1800

First Principles Investigation of Photocatalytic Conversion Process at TiO2 Surfaces – D. Lee (Chonnam National University)

See L03-1800, “Self-Powered Supercapacitive Microbial Fuel Cell”, Monday, May 30, 10201040h, Sapphire Ballroom H

473

Identifying the Electrochemical Conditions of Underpotential Deposition and Its Role in Shape-Controlled Synthesis from First Principles – S. Weitzner and I. Dabo (The Pennsylvania State University)

See A05-0473, “Powerpad: Non-Toxic Capillary-Based Flow Battery for Single Use Applications”, Monday, May 30, 1600-1620h, Indigo Ballroom B

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See A01-0080, “Powerpad: Evaluation of Redox Chemistries for Disposable Power Sources”, Tuesday, May 31, 1400-1420h, Indigo Ballroom A

1139

See F01-1139, “In-Situ Electrochemical Generation of the Fenton Reagent for the Treatment of Human Wastewater”, Wednesday, June 1, 1500-1520h, Aqua 309

2169

See Z05-2169, “Electrochemical Disinfection of Wastewater Using Urea Electrolysis”, Wednesday, June 1, 1525-1545h, Cobalt 520

(Invited) Determination of Solvation Populations and Dynamics in Electroactive Polymer Films By Modelling Time-Resolved Neutron Reflectivity – R. Hillman, R. Sapstead, K. Ryder, V. Ferreira, A. Ballantyne (University of Leicester), N. J. Steinke, R. Dalgliesh (STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory), C. Beebee, E. Watkins, R. Barker (Institut Laue Langevin), and E. Smith (Nottingham Trent University) (Invited) First-Principles Study of the Reduction Mechanisms of Ethylene Carbonate on the Amorphous Lithiated Surfaces of Silicon Anodes in Lithium-Ion Battery – C. L. Kuo and H. H. Chiang (National Taiwan University)

Vittorio de Nora Award Address Session – 14:00 – 14:50 Co-Chair: Trung Van Nguyen 14:00

Z07

Science for Solving Society’s Problems (S3P) Challenge: Grant Winner Posters

Introductory Remarks - John Newman (Vittorio de Nora Award) Mathematical Modeling of Electrochemical Systems – R. E. White (University of South Carolina)

Modeling: From Elucidation of Physical Phenomena to Applications in Design IV – 14:50 – 16:10 Co-Chairs: Stephen Maldonado and John Harb 14:50

2197

Modeling Standing Waves in a Thin Layer Sonoelectrochemical System – J. K. Landgren, G. Strohmer, and J. Leddy (University of Iowa)

15:10

2198

Thin Film Deposition Using Rarefied Gas Jet – D. S. Pradhan (Indian Institute of Science)

15:30

2199

Chaotic Advection Enhanced Mixing in Three Dimensional MHD Flows in Microfluidic Devices – F. Yuan and K. Isaac (Missouri S&T)

15:50

2200

(Invited) The Influence of Flux Changes on Semiconductor Nucleation and Crystal Growth from a Liquid Metal Electrode – S. Maldonado (University of Michigan)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

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Wednesday, June 1 Highlights

Wednesday, June 1

0800h ��������� Special Invited Talk: H. R. Huff, Indigo 206 0820h ��������� Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division Student Achievement Award Lecture, Aqua 309 0900h ��������� Technical Exhibit opens, Exhibit Hall H 1000h ��������� Nanocarbons Division SES Young Investigator Award Lecture, Aqua 311 B 1000h ��������� ECS Toyota Young Investigator Fellowship Program Address, Sapphire Ballroom I 1500h ��������� S3P Challenge Grant Winner Lecture: L. A. Godinez Mora-Tovar, Aqua 309 1525h ��������� S3P Challenge Grant Winner Lecture: G. G. Botte, Cobalt 520 1800h ��������� Technical Exhibit, General Poster Session, Exhibit Hall H

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09:20

89

Designing Sandwich Structured Cu/SnCu/Cu Film and Its Use As Negative Electrode for Lithium Ion Batteries – B. Bilici, D. B. Polat, and O. Keles (Istanbul Technical University)

09:40

90

Enhanced Cycle Life and Capacity Retention of Ultrathin Film Coated SnO2 Nanoparticles at High Current Densities – X. Liang, S. A. Palaparty, and R. L. Patel (Missouri University of Science and Technology)

10:00

91

Binder-Free Freestanding Flexible Si Nanoparticles-Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Composite Anodes for Li-Ion Batteries – K. Yao, J. P. Zheng, and R. Liang (Florida State University)

10:20

92

PEDOT:PSS Conducting Polymer As Binder and Conductive Additive for Silicon Nanoparticle-Based Lithium-Ion Battery Anodes – S. H. Park (CRANN, School of Chemistry, Trinity College Dublin), T. Higgins (CRANN, School of Physics, Trinity College Dublin), C. Zhang (CRANN, School of Chemistry, Trinity College Dublin), P. J. King (Bell Labs Ireland, Alcatel-Lucent), J. Coleman (CRANN, School of Physics, Trinity College Dublin), and V. Nicolosi (CRANN, School of Chemistry, Trinity College Dublin)

10:40

93

Understanding the Factors That Improve the Cycling Performance of Silicon Anode for Li-Ion Batteries – J. Alvarado (Department of NanoEngineering UC San Diego), K. W. Schroder (The University of Texas at Austin), T. A. Yersak (General Motors Global R&D), K. J. Stevenson (Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology), and Y. S. Meng (University of California at San Diego)

11:00

94

Visualizing the Solid Electrolyte Interphase Layer Evolution in Silicon Electrode – M. Sina (University of California at San Diego), J. Alvarado (University of California - San Diego), H. Shobukawa, and Y. S. Meng (University of California San Diego)

11:20

95

A Novel Si/C Composite Anode Material for High Performance Lithium Ion Battery Using a Cost-Saving Approach – J. S. Moon, S. W. Kim, K. E. Shim, S. N. Jo, T. H. Yu (Samsung Electronics), J. H. Seo, J. P. Ahn (Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST)), S. Han, and S. K. Doo (Samsung Electronics)

11:40

96

In Situ AFM Study of Solid Electrolyte Interface in Lithium-Ion Batteries – C. Shen (Ningbo Instutute, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

12:00

97

Unraveling the Chemical/Structural Degradation Mechanisms of Graphite/SEI in the Presence of Dissolved Manganese Ions in Lithium-Ion Batteries – H. Shin (University of Michigan), J. Park (Missouri University of Science and Technology), W. Lu (University of Michigan), and A. M. Sastry (Sakti3)

Joint General Session: Batteries and Energy Storage -and-Fuel Cells, Electrolytes, and Energy Energy Technology / Battery Indigo Ballroom E, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Anodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries 2 – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: George J. Nelson and Ping Liu 08:00

08:20

08:40

09:00

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Novel Cobalt-Rich Composite (CRC) Cathode and Siox Anodes for High-Energy Li-Ion Batteries – H. Lopez, C. Bowling, P. Hernandez, D. Karthikeyan, S. Kumar, B. Li, S. Sharma, and S. Venkatachalam (Envia Systems Inc.) Engineering Photovoltaic Waste KerfLoss Silicon into a Practically Applicable Anode for Lithium Ion Battery – B. Selvaraj (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology), T. Y. Huang, and N. L. Wu (National Taiwan University) SEI Characterization Using Ferrocene/ Ferrocenium As Redox Shuttle – M. T. Dinh Nguyen (Laboratoire de Reactivite et de Chimie des Solides) and C. Delacourt (Laboratoire de Reactivite et Chimie des Solides) X-Ray Nanotomography of Cu6Sn5 Anode Material for Li-Ion Batteries – L. Ausderau, J. Buckley (University of Alabama in Huntsville), V. De Andrade (Argonne National Laboratory), and G. J. Nelson (University of Alabama in Huntsville)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


11:10

106

Surface Analytical Investigation of Inner and Outer Surfaces of Porous Components for Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells – M. Schulze and I. Biswas (German Aerospace Center (DLR))

11:30

107

Exploring Phase-Change-Induced Flow in Fuel Cells through X-Ray Computed Tomography – A. Shum (Tufts University), K. B. Hatzell (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), L. G. Connolly (Tufts University), O. S. Burheim (Sør-Trøndelag University College), D. Y. Parkinson, A. Z. Weber (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and I. V. Zenyuk (Tufts University)

Fuel Cells - Analysis and Modeling – 08:30 – 11:50 Co-Chairs: Thomas I. Valdez and Iryna V. Zenyuk 08:30

98

Effect of Polymer Membrane Processing Techniques in Chemical and Mechanical Properties of Anion Exchange Membranes for Electrochemical Applications – T. P. Pandey (Colorado School of Mines), M. W. Liberatore (University of Toledo), and A. M. Herring (Colorado School of Mines)

08:50

99

Hybrids Materials Based on Carbon Nanotubes Rooted on Clays Platelets for Nafion Nanocomposite Membranes in Pemfcs: Investigation on Water and Methanol Transport Properties – I. Nicotera, C. Simari, L. Coppola, G. A. Ranieri, and C. Oliviero Rossi (University of Calabria)

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09:50

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Montmorillonite Composite Polymer Electrolytes Displayed Exceedingly High Ion Conductivity Oriented By Electric Field – R. C. H. Wang and P. P. J. Chu (Department of Chemistry, National Central University) Water Transport Dynamics inside Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells with Highly Porous Microporous Layer – S. S. Alrwashdeh (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie), H. Markötter (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin), J. Haußmann (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und WasserstoffForschung), T. Arlt (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin), M. Klages, J. Scholta (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung), J. Banhart (Technische Universität Berlin), and I. Manke (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin) Development of Energy-Efficient Thermal Management System for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell and Reformer – S. Sundar Pethaiah and A. Subiantoro (TUM CREATE)

10:10

103

Computational Simulation of Thermal and Chemical Phenomena for a HoneycombStructured Catalytic Reforming Reactor – A. Raoufi, S. Kapadia, and J. C. Newman III (University of Tennessee-Chattanooga)

10:30

104

Modelling of Proton Density Distribution in Active Nanopores of Fuel Cell Catalyst Layers – T. A. Muzaffar (Department of Chemistry, Simon Fraser University) and M. Eikerling (Simon Fraser University, Department of Chemistry)

10:50

105

Electronic Structure of Pt and Pt-Co NanoParticles with O2 and O2/H2o Adsorption Revealed By in Situ xafs and Hard X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy – Y. T. Cui (SRRO, The University of Tokyo), Y. Harada (ISSP, The University of Tokyo, SRRO, The University of Tokyo), T. Hatanaka (Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.), N. Nakamura, M. Ando, T. Yoshida (Toyota Motor Corp.), E. Ikenaga (JASRI, Sring-8,), K. Ishii (SRRC, Japan Atomic Energy Agency), D. Matsumura (Japan Atomic Energy Agency), R. Li (Department of Chemistry, Liaocheng University), and M. Oshima (SRRO, The University of Tokyo)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

Indigo Ballroom E, Hilton San Diego Bayfront Lithium Batteries with Solid Electrolytes – 14:00 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: Venkat Srinivasan and Richard Laine 14:00

119

Composition and Structure of Lithium Silicate Thin Film Electrolytes Deposited By Radio Frequency Magnetron Sputtering – J. Coyle (University of Colorado-Boulder), C. A. Apblett (University of New Mexico), and C. R. Stoldt (University of Colorado-Boulder)

14:20

120

Phosphate Based Ceramics As Solid Electrolyte for High Temperature Lithium Ion Batteries – Y. Cui (Karlsruher Institut of Technology), M. Rohde (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAM-AWP), M. M. Mahmoud (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), C. Ziebert, and H. J. Seifert (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAM-AWP)

14:40

121

Lithium Battery Using High Conducting Emifsi-Doped Solid Polymer Electrolytes Process Under the Electric Field – A. Y. H. Chang and P. P. J. Chu (Department of Chemistry, National Central University)

15:00

122

Ionic Transport in Non-Uniform 3D SolidState Li Ion Batteries – K. Mckelvey, M. Edwards (University of Utah), D. Ruzmetov (NIST), A. Kolmakov (NIST Gaithersburg), N. Ware (Sandia National Labs), F. El Gabaly, A. A. Talin (Sandia National Laboratories), B. Dunn (University of California - Los Angeles), and H. S. White (University of Utah)

15:20

123

Understanding the Limitations of Solid-State Lithium Batteries for Electric Vehicles – Y. Ji and V. Srinivasan (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

15:40

124

Systematic Analysis on Ionic Conductivity of LiBH4 Infiltrated into Mesoporous Scaffolds – Y. S. Choi (Seoul National University, Korea Institute of Science and Technology), K. H. Oh (Seoul National University), Y. W. Cho, and Y. S. Lee (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)

16:00

125

Improvement of Internal Resistance of AllSolid-State Thin-Film Rechargeable Lithium Batteries – S. Sasaki, A. Suzuki, and T. Jimbo (Institute of Semiconductor and Electronics Technologies, ULVAC, Inc.)

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Indigo Ballroom A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront


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Study on the Electrochemical Performance of Poly(ethylene ether carbonate) (PEEC)Based Polymer Electrolyte for All Solid-State Lithium Batteries – Y. C. Jung (Department of Chemical Engineering, Hanyang University), D. H. Kim, W. C. Shin, M. Ue (Battery R&D Center, Samsung SDI), and D. W. Kim (Department of Chemical Engineering, Hanyang University) Single-Ion-Conducting Glass-Polymer Hybrid Electrolytes for Lithium Batteries – I. Villaluenga (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), K. Wujcik (University of California, Berkeley), W. Tong, D. Devaux (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), D. H. C. Wong (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), J. M. DeSimone (North Carolina State University), and N. P. Balsara (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Pressureless Sintered Dense, Free Standing, Li+ Conducting Garnet Thin Films (< 50 µm) from Flame Made Nanoparticles – E. Yi, W. Wang, and R. Laine (University of Michigan)

16:00

114

The Characteristics of New Synthesized Metal-Organic Framework-Based Catalysts for Fuel Cell Systems – L. Lei, E. S. Lee, S. Zhuang, and B. Nunna (New Jersey Institute of Technology)

16:20

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Polydopamine As a Promising Candidate for the Design of High Performance Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell Electrodes(PEMFC) – H. Long (Luxembourg institute of science and technology), V. Ball (Université de Strasbourg, Faculté de Chirurgie Dentaire), and M. Michel (Luxembour Institute of Science and Technology)

16:40

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Selective Yield of the Distorted Fe-N4Cx Active Site with Immunity for Anion Poisoning for Oxygen Depolarized Cathode Applications – J. Li, Q. Jia, and S. Mukerjee (Northeastern University)

17:00

117

Getting the Most out of ALD – J. E. Trevey, P. R. Lichty, and D. M. King (PneumatiCoat Technologies)

17:20

118

Laser Modification of Micro Porous Layers Used in Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells – M. Schulze, I. Biswas, and P. Gazdzicki (German Aerospace Center (DLR))

Indigo Ballroom A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront Fuel Cell Electrocatalysts – 14:00 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Sanjeev Mukerjee and Arunachala Mada Kannan

Wednesday, June 1

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Systematic Investigation of Carbon Supported Ru Based Chalcogenides As ORR Catalysts and Their Application in Safc – S. Ghoshal, Q. Jia (Northeastern University), N. Ramaswamy (General Motors Corporation), F. Campos (SAF cell Inc), C. R. I. Chisholm (SAFCell Inc.), and S. Mukerjee (Northeastern University)

A01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Synthesis Approach Influence on Morphology and Conductivity in (LiBH4)1-X(LiNH2)x – A. Wolczyk (UNITO)

130

New Non-PGM Catalyst Synthesized By Wet Ball Milling for Fuel Cell Systems – S. Zhuang, B. Nunna, L. Lei, and E. S. Lee (New Jersey Institute of Technology)

Design of Solid Electrolytes for High Temperature Batteries – J. H. Cho, C. N. Im, B. J. Park, S. H. Kang (Agency for defense development), and H. W. Cheong (Agency for Defense Development)

131

Use of Hybrid Cathodes to Reduce Platinum Content in High Temperature Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells (HT-PEMFCs) – R. Pavlicek, K. Strickland, and S. Mukerjee (Northeastern University)

Stability and Application of LiBH4-LiNH2 and LiNH2-LiI Compounds in All-Solid-State Libs – A. H. DAO (INSTITUT DE CHIMIE ET DES MATÉRIAUX PARIS-EST, ICMPE CNRS)

132

The Reduction of Beta-NiOOH on the Cathode of Nickel Hydrogen Battery Due to the Local Cell Reaction – T. Iwai, S. Takai, T. Yabutsuka (Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University), and T. Yao (National Institute of Technology, Kagawa College)

133

Investigation of Discrete Wavelet TransformBased Denoising Technique in Noise-Riding Eovs of the Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell – M. Kim, Y. Tak (Department of Chemical Engineering, Inha University), and J. Kim (Department of Electrical Engineering, Chosun University)

134

Self-Assembled LiNi1/3Co1/3Mn1/3O2 Nanosheets Cathodes with Excellent Electrochemical Performances – C. Feng Sr. (Hubei University)

135

Lithium-Silica Nanosalt As an Electrolyte Additive for Lithium-Ion Batteries – L. Hamenu (Hanbat National University), R. B. Kaner (University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)), and J. M. Ko (Hanbat National University)

15:00

111

Durability Testing of Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells Under Stationary and Automotive Conditions – P. Gazdzicki, M. Schulze, and K. A. Friedrich (German Aerospace Center (DLR))

15:20

112

Non-Stoichiometric Titanium Dioxide Incorporation Onto Reduced Graphene Oxide By Atomic Layer Deposition for Oxygen Reduction Catalysis – A. Macedo Andrade, A. Karimaghaloo, S. Grewal (UC Merced), and M. H. Lee (University of California, Merced)

15:40

113

Highly Active Transition Metal-Nitrogen Co-Doped Carbon Nanotube Based Cathode Catalyst for Anion Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – I. Kruusenberg (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu), D. Ramani (Arizona State University), S. Ratso, K. Tammeveski (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu), and A. M. Kannan (Fulton Schools of Engineering, Arizona State University)

118

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


136

Supercapacitive Properties of Composite Electrodes Consisting of Activated Carbon and 1,4-Dihydroxynaphthalene Derivative – M. Latifatu, J. H. Park, C. S. Yoon, and J. M. Ko (Hanbat National University)

137

Studies on Capacity Fading of Lvo Cathode for Li-Metal Batteries – B. H. Kim and W. Y. Yoon (Korea University)

138

Mechanism of Enhanced Pt ORR Catalyst By Atomic Layer Deposition-Based Oxide Functionalization – A. Karimaghaloo, T. Peev, A. Macedo Andrade (UC Merced), and M. H. Lee (University of California, Merced)

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Micro-Raman Characterization of Single Particles for Phase Transformations Study in Lithium Titanate – B. N. Slautin (Ural Federal University), V. S. Gorshkov (JSC Eliont), D. K. Kuznetsov, P. S. Zelenovskiy, D. O. Alikin, E. A. Kiselyov (Ural Federal University), A. L. Kholkin (Ural Federal University, University of Aveiro), V. Y. Shur, and D. V. Pelegov (Ural Federal University) Silicon Non-Metal Compounds As New Promising Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries – R. Reinhold, U. Stoeck, E. Ahrens (Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research), J. Eckert (Montanuniversität Leoben, Department Materials Physics, Erich Schmid Institute of Materials Science), S. Kaskel (Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology, Dresden University of Technology, Inorganic Chemistry), and L. Giebeler (Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research)

147

Development of High Energy Cathode Phosphates Via High Throughput Methods – J. Yang (Wildcat Discovery Technology) and B. Li (Wildcat Discovery Technologies)

148

Tuning of Lithium Storage Properties of MLi2Ti6O14 (M=2 Na, Sr) – Y. G. Yoo, S. Bae, I. Nam, S. Park, J. Park, J. M. Lee (Seoul National University), J. W. Han (University of Seoul), and J. Yi (Seoul National University)

149

High Performance Fuel Cell Membrane By Electric Poling of Poly (ether sulfone)/ Sulfonated Poly(ether ether ketone) Composite – Y. S. Fang and P. P. J. Chu (Department of Chemistry, National Central University)

150

Copper Nanowire Network: A Promising Current Collector for High Performance Li Secondary Batteries – Y. C. Ha (Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute)

151

Furfuryl Alcohol-Derived Vitreous Carbon Coating on Si/ Silicide Nanocomposite Anode of Li-Ion Batteries: – J. Jang, I. Kang (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), M. S. Kim, J. H. Kim (Kookmin University), K. W. Yi (Seoul National University), and Y. W. Cho (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)

152

Metal Complex and Organic Compounds Modified Electrode Used As a Mediator for the Redox-Flow Batteries – Y. Sato, A. Narita, Y. Kaneko, A. Negishi, K. Nozaki, and T. Kato (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Sci. Technol.)

153

Investigation of Hierarchically Structured Paper-like Electrodes Fabricated with Few-Layer Exfoliated Graphene Platelets and Composite with Birnessite-MnO2 for Electrochemical Energy Storage: Electric Double-Layer Capacitor and Redox Capacitor – D. Saha (Materials Science & Engg., Michigan State University) and L. T. Drzal (Chemical Engg. and Mat. Sci., Michigan State University)

141

A New Approach of the Synthesis of SiO2 Nanowires By Using Bulk Copper Foils As Catalyst – J. J. Duconge (Universidad del Turabo), C. Morant, A. Gómez-Martínez (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid), and F. Márquez (Universidad del Turabo)

142

Advances in Metal Fluoride Conversion Materials for High Energy Density Batteries – C. O’Neill, B. Li, and S. S. Kaye (Wildcat Discovery Technologies)

154

Evaporation Rate Effect on the Sicu Helical Shaped Thin Films™ Morphologies and Their Uses As Anodes for Rechargeable Libs – D. B. Polat and O. Keles (Istanbul Technical University)

α-MnO2 Nanoparticles with High Surface Area for Electrochemical Supercapacitor Application – P. Muhammed Shafi and A. Chandra Bose (National Institute of Technology Tiruchirappalli)

155

Designing Microstructure with Voids of SiBased Anode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries – I. Kang (Yonsei University, Korea Institute of Science and Technology), J. Jang (Seoul National University, Korea Institute of Science and Technology), M. S. Kim, J. H. Kim (Kookmin University), J. W. Park (Yonsei University), and Y. W. Cho (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)

156

Comparision of Electrochemical Properties of Lithium Sulfur Battery with Lithium Foil Anode and Li Powder Anode – S. H. Cho and W. Y. Yoon (Korea University)

157

Design of Electrochemical Cell for in-Situ X-Ray Microscopy Study for Energy Materials – M. Ge, H. Yan, X. Huang, and Y. S. Chu (Brookhaven National Lab)

143

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High Throughput in-Situ Analysis of Gas Evolution in Lithium Ion Batteries – J. O. Clemmons (Wildcat Discovery Technologies)

145

2-Dimensional Supercapacitor Wires to Overcome Intrinsic Low Energy Density – J. Park, I. Nam, S. Park, S. Bae, Y. G. Yoo, and J. Yi (Seoul National University)

146

The Effects of Ethanol Dehydrogenation ByProducts on a PEM Fuel Cell Performance: A Multi-Technique Analysis – A. L. G. Biancolli (Universidade de São Paulo - IQSC), E. A. Ticianelli (Universidade de São Paulo (USP)), V. A. Paganin (Universidade de São Paulo, IQSC), and T. Lopes (Universidade de São Paulo)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

119

Wednesday, June 1


Phase Diagram Approach to Study Acid and Water Uptake of Polybenzimidazole -Type Membranes for Fuel Cells – F. Bertasi (CNR-IENI, Department of Chemical Sciences - University of Padova), F. Conti (Department of Chemical Sciences University of Padova), J. Wacker, W. Lehnert, C. Korte (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), and V. Di Noto (CNR-IENI, Department of Industrial Engineering University of Padua)

171

Templated Non Precious Cathode Catalysts Prepared By Transition Metal and Chitosan for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Alkaline Electrolyte – J. Qiao (Donghua University)

172

Effect of Metal Ions Doping on the Structural and Electrochemical Properties of Olivine LiFePO4 – S. M. Nieto Ramos (Universidad del Turabo), E. E. Mosquera Vargas, and M. Morel (University of Chile)

173

Synthesis and Electrochemical Characterization of LiMn2-xFeXO4 Cathode Materials for LI Ion Rechargeable Batteries – R. Singhal (Central Connecticut State University), R. K. Katiyar (Dept. of Physics, University of Puerto Rico), R. Katiyar (University of Puerto Rico), S. Chiovoloni (Central COnnecticut State University), and P. Lemaire (Central Connecticut State University)

159

EU R&D Project “inside” - in-Situ Diagnostics in Water Electrolysers – I. Biswas and M. Schulze (German Aerospace Center (DLR))

160

Electrode Mapping; Effects of Porosity and Thickness on NMC Full Cells – A. Freigang (Wildcat Discovery Technologies)

161

Organosilane Coatings for Ni-Rich HighVoltage Lithium Ion Batteries – C. Peebles, F. Dogan, A. A. Hubaud, J. T. Vaughey, and C. Liao (Argonne National Laboratory)

174

Temperature Effect on the Cell Life of Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell – T. K. Kim, Y. J. Kim, S. W. Lee, K. J. Lee, and C. G. Lee (Hanbat National University)

Solid State Battery Formulations: Influence of Compositions and Combinations – T. Yi, D. Strand, G. Cheng, and D. Brecht (Wildcat Discovery Technologies)

175

Annealing Effect on ORR Activity of Carbon Black-Based Electrocatalysts – W. P. K. Asih, H. S. Oktaviano, and K. Waki (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

Effect of Electrolyte Amount on the Performance in a Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell – Y. J. Kim, T. K. Kim, S. W. Lee, K. J. Lee, and C. G. Lee (Hanbat National University)

176 Li2ZrO3 -Coated Li1.2Ni0.2Mn0.8O2 for the High Performance Cathode Material in Lithium Ion Batteries – H. Noh (Korea University of Science and Technology, Korea Institute of Science and Technology), Y. Lee, H. Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea University), and W. Choi (Korea University of Science and Technology, Korea Institute of Science and Technology)

177

Three-Dimensional Graphene Network As a Highly Macro-Porous, Flexible and LargeScale Electrode for Supercapacitor Application – C. H. Lin, C. H. Tsai, F. G. Tseng (National Tsing Hua University), and C. K. Hsieh (Ming Chi University of Technology)

178

Synthesis and Conductivity of Directly Cross-Linked Poly(vinyl alcohol)/ Bis (2 chloroethyl) Ether-1,3-Bis[3-(Dimethylamino) Propyl]Urea Copolymer Composite – J. Qiao (Donghua University)

179 MnO2 Nanotube-Supported CaO Nanoparticle, La2O3 Nanorod and Its Cabon Nanotube Hybridmaterial (La2O3/CaO/MnO2-CNTs) As Bi-Functional Cathode Catalysts for Rechargeable Zinc-Air Batteries – J. Qiao (Donghua University)

180

Preparation of Co(OH)2/Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Composites for Supercapacitors – J. Qiao (Donghua University)

181

Different MnO2 Nanotube As Bi-Functional Cathode Catalysts for Rechargeable Zinc-Air Batteries – J. Qiao (Donghua University)

182

(Invited) Advanced Zinc-Air Betters Based on Extremely Durable Bifunctional Air Electrodes – J. Qiao (Donghua University)

183

Me (Fe, Co, Ni)-Porous N Doped Graphene Catalysts Derived from One Step Synthesis Method for ORR in Alkaline Electrolyte – J. Qiao (Donghua University)

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Thermal Analysis and Modeling of an Ultracapacitor Module – B. Koo, S. J. Park, J. Yi, C. B. Shin (Department of Energy Systems Research, Ajou University), J. Choi (Manufacturing Technology Center, LS Mtron Ltd.), and H. Y. Lee (UC Team/ R&D, LS Mtron Ltd.)

165

Synthesis and Characterization of CrossLinked Anion Exchange Membrane Materials Based on Poly(p-phenylene)s for Redox Flow Battery Applications – J. Y. Lee, M. S. Cha, T. H. Kim, S. Yoon, and Y. T. Hong (Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology)

166

Improved Catalysts for Direct Methanol Fuel Cells – D. Fang, B. Yang, and S. R. Narayanan (University of Southern California)

167

Hybrid Electrolytes Composed of GarnetStructured Inorganic Electrolyte and Polymer Binder for Lithium-Ion Battery with Enhanced Safety – Y. C. Jung, S. K. Kim (Department of Chemical Engineering, Hanyang University), M. S. Han, D. H. Kim, W. C. Shin, M. Ue (Battery R&D Center, Samsung SDI), and D. W. Kim (Department of Chemical Engineering, Hanyang University)

168

Hydrocarbon Blended Membrane for Redox Flow Battery – H. Kim and S. M. Park (Yeungnam University)

169

Nano Perovskite SmFeO3 as an Electrode Material for Symmetrical Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – W. Fan, Z. Sun, J. Wang, J. Zhou, K. Wu, and Y. Cheng (Xi’an Jiaotong University, China)

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Effect of Annealing Temperatures on Oxygen Reduction Reaction and Structure of Nitrogen and Sulfur Co-Doped Mesoporous Carbon Prepared from Polyquaternium-46 – J. Qiao (Donghua University)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


184

The Influence of Electrolyte Composition on the Electrochemical Properties of LiSulfur Dioxide Batteries – T. H. Yang, H. J. Yang, J. H. Kang (KOREATECH), S. Kim (Pusan National University), and Y. Jung (KOREATECH)

185

Sb-Ag Liquid Alloy Anode for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell with Carbon As Fuel – N. Q. Duan, Y. Cao (Huazhong University of Science and Technology), B. Chi (Huazhong University of Scienc and Technology), J. Pu, and J. Li (Huazhong University of Science and Technology)

186

Investigate of Cr Caused Degradation for SmxSr1-XMnO3 Cathode in the SOFC Atmosphere – J. Pu and C. Xiong (Huazhong University of Science and Technology)

187

Li Salt Rich Separator for Li-Ion Batteries – D. Mourzagh (CEA-LITEN)

188

Understanding of Capacity Loss/Fading of Li-Rich Layer-Structured Cathode Materials Based on Structural/Electrochemical Analyses – K. Z. Fung (Dept. of Materials Sci, National Cheng Kung U, Taiwan), S. Y. Tsai (Research Ctr for Energy Tech/Strategy, Nat Cheng Kung U), C. T. Ni (Dept. of Materials Sci , National Cheng Kung U, Taiwan), W. Z. Lin, and B. Y. Huang (Dept of Materials Science, National Cheng Kung University)

A02

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

09:45

330

Facile Reduction of Pseudo-Carbonates: Promoting Solid Electrolyte Interphases with Dicyanoketene Alkylene Acetals in Lithium-Ion Batteries – C. Forestier (Renault DEA-IREB, LRCS - CNRS UMR 7314, Université de Picardie Jules Verne), P. Jankowski (Warsaw Technical University, Faculty of Chemistry, Chalmers University of Technology), L. Coser (LRCS - CNRS UMR 7314, Université de Picardie Jules Verne), G. Gachot (CNRS RS2E FR3459, LRCS CNRS UMR 7314, Université de Picardie Jules Verne), L. Sannier (Renault, DEAIREB), P. Johansson (Chalmers University of Technology, LRCS - CNRS UMR 7314, Université de Picardie Jules Verne), S. Grugeon, S. Laruelle (CNRS RS2E FR3459, LRCS - CNRS UMR 7314, Université de Picardie Jules Verne), and M. Armand (LRCS - CNRS UMR 7314, Université de Picardie Jules Verne)

10:05

331

On Lithium Transference Number in LiquidSolid Electrolytes – J. Popovic and J. Maier (Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research)

10:25

332

Exploring Cycling Behavior of NMC532//GrSi Cell in Fluorinated Carbonates Electrolytes – K. Z. Pupek (Argonne National Laboratory)

10:45

333

A Graphite-Polysulfide Full Cell with DMEBased Electrolyte – A. Bhargav, M. Wu, and Y. Fu (Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis)

11:05

334

High Performance  Lithium Ion Batteries from Electrochemically Enhanced ConductingPolymer/Inorganic Composites – E. Unur (Bursa Technical University)

11:25

335

Performance of Li-Air Battery Cell with Folded Structure – J. O. Park, J. H. Kim, K. H. Choi, H. C. Lee, and D. Im (Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.)

11:45

336

Use of Al2O3/Nafion Membranes for RoomTemperature Sodium-Sulfur (Na-S) Batteries – E. C. Cengiz, Z. Erdol, A. Aslan, A. Ata, and R. Demir-Cakan (Gebze Technical University)

12:05

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The Use of Low Temperature Electrolytes in High Specific Energy Li-Ion Cells for Future NASA Missions to Icy Moons – M. C. Smart, F. C. Krause, J. P. Jones, L. D. Whitcanack, R. V. Bugga, and E. J. Brandon (Jet Propulsion Lab., California Institute of Technology)

12:25

338

Separation of Reaction and Storage in Li-Air Battery – K. Takechi and F. Mizuno (Toyota Research Institute of North America)

Battery / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Sapphire Ballroom A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront Electrolytes I – 08:00 – 12:45 Co-Chairs: Vito Di Noto and Aleksandar Matic 08:00

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09:25

(Invited) Electrospun Electrolytes and Electrodes for Li-Ion Batteries – F. Croce (Università “G. D’Annunzio” Chieti-Pescara) New Fluorine-Free Polycyano FullyConjugated Aliphatic Anions for Applications in Battery Electrolytes – T. Trzeciak, J. Niewiedzial, K. Biernacka, A. Bitner, P. Wieczorek, L. Niedzicki, M. Marcinek, and W. Wieczorek (Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry) Haloaluminate Ionic Liquid Based Electrolytes for Secondary Magnesium Batteries: Ab-Initio and Experimental Vibrational Analysis – F. Sepehr (University of Tennessee, Knoxville), F. Bertasi (Department of Chemical Sciences - University of Padova), V. Di Noto (CNRIENI), and S. J. Paddison (University of Tennessee, Knoxville) On Printable in Situ Electrolyte Filled Battery Separators – W. Paschinger and A. Bismarck (University of Vienna) Coffee Break

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

Electrolytes II – 14:00 – 18:10 Co-Chairs: Robert Kostecki and Osamu Yamamoto 14:00

339

(Invited) Furture and Pressent of Aqueous Lithium-Air Batteries – O. Yamamoto, H. Wang, and N. Imanishi (Mie University)

14:25

340

Novel Ether- or Sulfur-Functionalized Ionic Liquids As Electrolyte Components in Advanced Lithium Batteries – M. A. Navarra, L. Lombardo, A. D’Annibale (Sapienza University of Rome), G. B. Appetecchi Sr. (ENEA, SSPT-PROMAS-MATPRO, Italy), and S. Panero (Sapienza University of Rome) 121

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14:45

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Chemical Stability of Li7La3Zr2O12 garnet Solid-State Electrolyte – A. Sharafi (University of Michigan), H. M. Meyer III, J. Nanda, M. Chi (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), S. Yu (University of Michigan), N. J. Dudney (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), D. J. Siegel, and J. Sakamoto (University of Michigan)

15:05

342

Effect of Densification Conditions on the Chemical, Electrochemical, and Mechanical Stability of 75Li2s - 25P2S5 (mol %) As a Potential Solid Electrolyte for Use in Electric Vehicles – R. Garcia-Mendez (University of Michigan), F. Mizuno, R. Zhang, T. S. Arthur (Toyota Research Institute of North America), and J. Sakamoto (University of Michigan)

15:25

343

A Lithium Stable High Lithium Ion Conducting Solid Electrolyte of Li1.4Al0.4Ge0.2Ti1.4(PO4)3 Coated with Thin Polymer Film – M. Tang (Mie University), Y. G. Lee (Samsung Electronics), O. Yamamoto, and N. Imanishi (Mie University)

15:45

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Ultrathin Solid-State Li-Ion Electrolyte Membrane Facilitated By a Self-Healing Polymer Matrix   – J. M. Whiteley, P. Taynton, W. Zhang (University of Colorado Boulder), and S. Lee (University of Colorado at Boulder)

A03

Large-Scale Energy Storage 7

Energy Technology / Battery Aqua 300 A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Energy Storage Systems 1 – 08:30 – 12:30 Co-Chairs: Trung Van Nguyen and S. R. Narayan 08:30

374

A New Series of Anolyte Molecules for NonAqueous Redox Flow Batteries – W. Duan (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), J. Huang (Argonne National Laboratory), F. R. Brushett (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), W. Wang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), J. S. Moore (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), J. Liu, X. Wei (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), and L. Zhang (Argonne National Laboratory)

08:50

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Conditions Causing Edge Corrosion in FlowBattery Stacks – R. M. Darling (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, UTRC), H. S. Shiau, A. Z. Weber (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and M. L. Perry (United Technologies Research Center)

09:10

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High-Performance Organic Redox Flow Batteries in Aqueous and Nonaqueous Electrolytes – X. Wei, W. Xu, W. Duan (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), T. Liu (Utah State University), J. Huang (Argonne National Laboratory), R. S. Vemuri, L. Cosimbescu, V. Murugesan (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), F. R. Brushett (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), J. S. Moore (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), J. Liu (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), L. Zhang (Argonne National Laboratory), W. Wang, and V. Sprenkle (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

09:30

377

Redox Targeting of Prussian Blue for HighEenergy-Density Redox-Flow Lithium Batteries – L. Fan and Q. Wang (National University of Singapore)

09:50

378

Alkaline Organic Redox Flow Battery – K. Lin (Harvard Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology), Q. Chen, M. P. Marshak, M. R. Gerhardt (Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences), L. A. Eisenach (Harvard College), R. G. Gordon (Harvard Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology), and M. J. Aziz (Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences)

10:10

379

Cerium-Hydrogen Redox Flow Cell Optimization – M. C. Tucker, A. Weiss, and A. Z. Weber (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

10:30

380

Effect of Ti(IV) Ion on Mn(III) Stability in Ti/ Mn Electrolyte for Redox Flow Battery – H. Kaku, Y. R. Dong, K. Hanafusa, K. Moriuchi, and T. Shigematsu (Power Systems R&D Center, Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd.)

10:50

381

Preliminary Study of a Hydrogen-Vanadium Flow Battery – R. P. Dowd Jr., A. Ying, and T. V. Nguyen (The University of Kansas)

Wednesday, June 1

16:05 Break 16:25

345

(Invited) The Solid-State Lithium Secondary Batteries: Its Possibility Beside the Sulfide Electrolytes – Y. Aihara (Samsung R&D Institute Japan)

16:50

346

High Performance and Target Modeling for MnO and NiO Anodes for Li-Ion Batteries – M. Karulkar (Ford Motor Company), A. Palmieri, S. Zhao, R. Kashfi, S. Yazdani, M. Pettes, and W. E. Mustain (University of Connecticut)

17:10

347

Asymmetric Sandwich Membranes Containing Micron-Size Silicon As Anode Material for High Capacity Lithium-Ion Batteries – I. Byrd, T. Webber, and J. Wu (Georgia Southern University)

17:30

348

Chemically Etched Silicon Nanowires As Anodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries – H. E. Height (Sandia National Laboratories), C. A. Apblett (University of New Mexico), and S. D. Collins (University of Maine)

17:50

349

Structured Anode to Inhibit Dendrite Growth in Li Metal Batteries – X. B. Cheng, H. J. Peng, J. Q. Huang, R. Zhang, C. Z. Zhao, and Q. Zhang (Tsinghua University)

122

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


11:30

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12:10

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Anthraquinone Derivatives in Aqueous Flow Batteries – M. R. Gerhardt (Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences), L. Tong (Harvard Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology), Q. Chen (Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences), R. G. Gordon (Harvard Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology), and M. J. Aziz (Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences) Transport Properties Study on Carbon Electrodes for Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries – Z. Tang (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN), A. Pezeshki (University of Tennessee, Oak Ridge National Laboratory), M. M. Mench (University of Tennessee), and T. A. Zawodzinski (University of Tennessee-Knoxville, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN) Aqueous Redox Flow Batteries Based on a Nitroxyl Radical Compound – A. Orita (University of California, San Diego, Hitachi Chemical), M. Verde (University of California, San Diego), M. Sakai (Hitachi Chemical), and Y. S. Meng (University of California, San Diego) Molecular Transport through Ion-Selective Membranes in Quinone-Based Redox Flow Batterie – Q. Chen (Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences), L. A. Eisenach, A. W. Valle (Harvard College), M. R. Gerhardt, A. A. Wong (Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences), E. S. Beh (Harvard Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology), and M. J. Aziz (Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences)

Energy Storage Systems 2 – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chair: Jean St-Pierre 14:00

14:20

14:40

15:00

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The ARPA-E CHARGES Program: How to Get Paid for Grid Storage, and the Duty Cycles Needed to Prove Your Technology – P. S. Albertus (Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E)) and R. R. Heffner (Booz Allen Hamilton) Fabrication of Anion Exchange Membrane with Excellent Selectivity and Chemical Stability for Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries – L. Zeng (Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering HKUST, Institute for Advanced Study HKUST) and T. Zhao (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) In-Situ Monitoring of Stress Development and Electrochemical Behaviour of Metallic Thin Film Anode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries – R. Kali, A. P. Vemulapally, S. Badjate, S. Mitra, T. Bhandakkar, and A. Mukhopadhyay (Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay) Electrochemical Synthesis of Ammonia for Large Scale Energy Storage – F. H. Garzon (University of New Mexico/ Sandia National Laboratory), C. R. Kreller (Los Alamos National Laboratory), I. Matanovic (University of New Mexico), and R. Mukundan (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

15:20

390

Effect of Sulfide Additives on the Discharge Characteristics of Iron Electrodes in Alkaline Batteries – A. K. Manohar, C. Yang, and S. R. Narayanan (University of Southern California)

15:40

391

Core-Shell Rhodium Sulfide As Catalyst for HER/HOR in HBr Solution – Y. Li (University of Kansas) and T. V. Nguyen (The University of Kansas)

16:00

392

UV-Vis Spectroscopic Monitoring of state-ofCharge in Vanadium Flow Batteries – D. N. Buckley (Department of Physics & Energy, University of Limerick, Dept. of Chem. Eng., Case Western Reserve University), R. P. Lynch, N. Quill, J. T. Joyce, D. Ní Eidhin, D. Oboroceanu, and C. Lenihan (Department of Physics & Energy, University of Limerick)

16:20

393

A New Cathode for Sodium Ion Batteries: Alluaudite Na1.702Fe3(PO4)3 – G. T. R. Palmore (Department of Chemistry, Brown University, School of Engineering, Brown University) and D. Liu (Department of Chemistry, Brown University)

16:40

394

Effects of Metal Additives on Electrochemical Performance and Behavior of Sodium Metal Chloride Rechargeable Battery – J. H. Choi (Korea Institue of Materials Science), C. W. Ahn (Korea Institute of Materials Science), M. Kim (Korea Institute of Materials Science, Pusan National University), J. J. Choi, J. W. Kim, W. H. Yoon, J. Ryu, B. D. Hahn (Korea Institute of Materials Science), I. Hong, W. Kim, G. Moon (POSCO Energy), and H. Lee (Pusan National University)

17:00

395

Study of Aqueous Zinc Nickel Flow Battery with High Energy Density – Y. Wang (Battery Resourcers LLC) and J. Liu (worcester polytechnic institute)

17:20

396

The Advantages of the Use of Porous Metal Fiber Media in Different Alloys As Gas Diffusion Layer in Various Energy Storage Systems – D. Goossens, K. Synhaeve, and J. De Baerdemaeker (NV BEKAERT SA)

17:40

397

Transition and Turbulence in a Wall-Bounded Channel Flow at High Mach Number – D. S. Pradhan (Indian Institute of Science)

A04

Battery Modeling and Computation

Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Indigo 202 A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Modeling for New Materials and Systems – 08:30 – 12:30 Co-Chairs: Chris Wolverton and Maria K. Y. Chan 08:30

432

(Invited) High-Throughput DFT Thermochemistry Applied to the Design of Cathode Coatings Forlithium-Ion Batteries – C. Wolverton (Northwestern University)

09:00

433

Doping Strategies to Enhance the Na+ Conductivity of the Cubic Na3PS4 Superionic Conductor – Z. Zhu, I. H. Chu, Z. Deng, and S. P. Ong (University of California, San Diego)

09:20

434

A New Approach to Distinguish Between Calendar Ageing and Cycling-Induced Ageing of Li-Ion Batteries – P. Notten, D. Li, D. Danilov (Eindhoven University of Technology), and Y. Yang (Xiamen University) 123

Wednesday, Wednesday, May June271

11:10


09:40

435

Deformation of Lithium Ion Battery Under Mechanical Loading – A. Kumar (Oak Ridge National Lab), S. Allu, S. Kalnaus, D. LebrunGrandie, S. Simunovic, J. A. Turner, and H. Wang (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

10:00

436

Modeling Co-Extruded Cathodes for High Energy Lithium-Ion Batteries – C. L. Cobb (PARC, A Xerox Company)

10:20 10:40

11:10

Wednesday, June 1

11:30

437

438

439

(Invited) Comparative First Principles Studies of Hybrid Li-Ion/Li-Oxygen Battery Materials – L. Li, A. Kinaci, and M. K. Y. Chan (Argonne National Laboratory) Thermodynamic Database Development and Simulation of Novel Intermetallic Anode Materials for Improved Li-Ion Batteries – D. M. Cupid, D. Li, T. L. Reichmann (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAM-AWP), S. Fuertauer, A. Beutl (University of Vienna, Inorg.Chemistry-Mater. Chemistry), H. J. Seifert (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAM-AWP), and H. Flandorfer (University of Vienna, Inorg.Chemistry-Mater. Chemistry) A Combined First-Principles and Experimental Investigation of the Li7P3S11 Superionic Conductor – I. H. Chu, H. Nguyen (University of California, San Diego), Y. C. Lin (NECCES at Univeristy of California, San Diego), Z. Wang, Z. Xu, S. Hy, Z. Deng (University of California, San Diego), S. Y. Meng (NECCES at University of California, San Diego), and S. P. Ong (University of California, San Diego)

440

Experimental Validation of Surface Coverage Model for Li-Air Battery – H. Yuan (University of California, Irvine) and Y. Wang (UCI)

12:10

441

Advanced Modeling of New Batteries – Y. Wang (UCI)

Modeling for Stability and Aging – 13:30 – 18:15 Co-Chairs: Mark W. Verbrugge and Yue Qi

14:00

14:20

14:40

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446

Web Based Nano-Materials Design Platform for Li Ion Battery – K. R. Lee, M. H. Lee, and S. S. Han (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)

15:20

447

Chemical Composition and Formation Reactions in the Cathode-Electrolyte Interface Layer of Lithium Manganese Oxide Batteries from Reactive Force Field (ReaxFF) Molecular Dynamics – S. Reddivari and C. Lastoskie (University of Michigan)

Break

11:50

13:30

15:00

(Invited) Swelling and Elastic Deformation of Lithium-Silicon Electrode Materials – D. R. Baker, M. W. Verbrugge (General Motors, R&D Center), and A. F. Bower (School of Engineering, Brown University) Two-Dimensional Thermal Model of Lithium Ion Battery Cell Based on Electrothermal Impedance Spectroscopy – M. Swierczynski, D. I. Stroe, V. Knap, S. K. Kær, and R. Teodorescu (Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University) Numerical Analysis on Lithiation and Delithiation Kinetics of Composite SiliconGraphite Electrodes – L. Cao, C. Yang, and G. H. Kim (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) Modeling of Thermal Runaway-Induced LiIon Battery Failure Integrating Multiphysics and Multiscale Approaches As Well As Ageing Interaction – S. Abada (IFP ENERGIES NOUVELLES, INERIS), M. Petit (IFP ENERGIES NOUVELLES), A. Lecocq (INERIS), F. Huet (Sorbonne Universités, UPMC Univ Paris 06, CNRS, LISE), V. Sauvant-Moynot (IFP ENERGIES NOUVELLES), and G. Marlair (INERIS)

15:40 Break 15:55

448

A Simulation Framework for Battery Safety Modeling – J. Marcicki, A. Bartlett, X. G. Yang, V. Mejia, M. Zhu, Y. Chen (Ford Motor Company), P. L’Eplattenier, and I. Caldichoury (Livermore Software Technology Corporation)

16:35

450

Novel Method for Using Force in Incremental Capacity Analysis for Capacity Fading Estimation – N. Abdul Samad (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor), Y. Kim (Southwest Research Institute), J. B. Siegel (University of Michigan), and A. G. Stefanopoulou (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 48109, USA)

16:55

451

Electrical Current Oscillations in LowerDimensional Battery Electrodes – H. Yamada and P. R. Bandaru (University of California, San Diego)

17:15

452

Formation Mechanisms and Thermodynamic Stability of Domain Structure in Partially (de) Lithiated Olivine Nanoparticles – L. Hong and M. Tang (Rice University)

17:35

453

Control and State of Charge Estimation of Lithium-Ion Battery Stacks – M. Pathak (University of Washington Seattle), D. Sonawane (College of Engineering, Pune, India), and V. Subramanian (University of Washington, Seattle)

17:55

454

The Interactions Between Chlorides and Zn(001) Surfaces in Zinc/Bromine Flow Battery Electrolytes – G. P. Rajarathnam, A. Montoya, and A. Vassallo (The University of Sydney)

A05

Electrochemistry and Batteries for Safe and Lowcost Energy Storage

Battery / Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Indigo Ballroom B, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Materials Research for Li-ion Batteries and Beyond – 08:10 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Yan Yao and Liyu Li 08:10

492

(Invited) Advantages of the ChlorideContaining All Vanadium Redox Flow Battery System – L. Li (UniEnergy Technologies, LLC)

08:40

493

(Invited) Unveiling the Mechanism of Magnesium Battery Cathode – C. Ling (Toyota Research Institute of North America)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


494

Redox-Active Organic Molecule As High Performance Cathode Material for NonAqueous Rechargeable Magnesium-Ion Batteries – B. Pan (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR)), J. T. Vaughey, Z. Zhang (Argonne National Laboratory), A. K. Burrell (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), and C. Liao (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR))

09:30 Break 10:00

495

A Rocking-Chair-Type Magnesium Hybrid Supercapacitor – H. D. Yoo (JCESR at University of Illinois at Chicago), S. D. Han (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), R. D. Bayliss (JCESR at University of Illinois at Chicago), A. A. Gewirth (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), B. Genorio, A. K. Burrell (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), and J. Cabana (JCESR at University of Illinois at Chicago)

10:20

496

Two-Dimensional Layered Materials with Expanded Interlayer Distance for Rechargeable Magnesium Batteries – Y. Li, Y. Liang, and Y. Yao (University of Houston)

10:40

497

Peanut Shell Hybrid Sodium Ion Capacitor with Extreme Energy - Power Rivals Lithium Ion Capacitors – D. Mitlin (Clarkson University)

11:00

498

Development of Stable Organic Redox Shuttles for Applications in Lithium Ion Batteries – T. F. Guarr (Michigan State University Bioeconomy Institute, Jolt Energy Storage Technologies, LLC), N. Mortimer, A. J. Prins, and R. Polik (Michigan State University Bioeconomy Institute)

11:20

11:40

12:00

499

500

501

Ionic Liquid Electrolytes for Rechargeable Aluminum Batteries – H. Wang (Beijing Institute of Technology, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), G. Liu (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Y. Bai, C. Wu, S. Chen, F. Wu (Beijing Institute of Technology), and M. Ling (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab) Iron Containing Li-Rich Materials As high Energy Cathodes for Li-Ion Batteries – A. Bhaskar (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), IAM-ESS, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), D. Dixon, S. Indris (IAM-ESS, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), M. Knapp (IAMESS, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)), N. Bramnik (IAM-ESS, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), and H. Ehrenberg (IAM-ESS, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)) New Iron-Based Polyanion Compounds As Low-Cost Cathode Materials for Rechargeable Alkali-Ion Batteries – A. Choudhury and H. Yaghoobnejad Asl (Missouri University of Science and Technology)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

12:20

502

Aqueous Carbon Suspensions for Electrochemical Applications – G. Muller (Réseau sur le Stockage Electrochimique de l ‘Energie CNRS), X. Petrissans (Institut de Recherches Chimie Paris-CNRS), D. Giaume (Institut de Recherche de Chimie Paris-CNRS), C. Laberty-Robert (Laboratoire Chimie de la Matière Condensée de Paris, UPMC), and P. Barboux (Institut de Recherche de Chimie Paris- CNRS)

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center A05 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: James J. Wu and Ping Liu •

503

Unveiling the Dynamic Capacitive Storage Mechanism of Co3O4 @NiCo2O4 Hybrid Nanoelectrodes for Supercapacitor Applications – Y. Li (Beijing university of tecnology), Y. Zhang (Beijing University of Technology), Y. Li, Z. Wang, H. Fu, Y. Chen (Beijing University of Tecnology), H. Zhang (Trinity College Dublin), and X. Li (University of Virginia)

504

Vanadium Sulfate As New Electrode Material for Na Ion Batteries – V. Pralong (CRISMAT, Caen, France), M. Gnanavel, V. Caignaert, B. Raveau (crismat), and O. Lebedev (CRISMAT)

505

Lithium Biphenyl-3,3’,4,4’-Tetracarboxylate Based Anode Material for Li and Na-Ion Battery Application – M. Veerababu, U. V. Varadaraju, and K. Ramanujam (IIT Madras)

506

Desulfation and Cycle-Life Improvement of Lead-Antimony Alloyed Lead-Acid Batteries through Periodic Inverse-Charging – C. Spanos, A. Jayan, S. Berlinger, and A. C. West (Columbia University)

507

Self-Sacrifice Template Formation of Hollow Hetero-Ni7S6/Co3S4 Nanoboxes with Intriguing Pseudo-Capacitance for High-Performance Supercapacitors – H. Hua, Q. Chen, Z. Chen (Anhui University of Technology), L. Hou (Anhui University of Technilogy), and C. Yuan (Anhui University of technology)

508

Effect of Morphology on the Electrochemical Properties of Lithium Titanate Anode Materials – J. Li (University of Science and Technology Beijing)

509

Flexible and Stretchable Lithium Ion Batteries Based on Solid Polymer Nanocomposite Electrolyte – M. Kammoun (University of houston)

510

Electrochemical Properties of Li3V2(PO4)3/C Cathode Materials Prepared Via Sol-Gel Process – S. W. Choi, M. Y. Kim, S. H. Yang, D. H. Kim, T. H. Noh, H. S. Kim (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH)), and M. S. Lee (Chonnam National University)

511

Electrochemical Characteristics of GarnetLlzo Materials Doping By Chemical Elements for All Solid Lithium Batteries – S. H. Yang, M. Y. Kim, D. H. Kim, K. J. Kim, S. W. Choi, T. H. Noh, H. S. Kim (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH)), and M. S. Lee (Chonnam National University)

125

Wednesday, June 1

09:10


512

Novel D-Glucose Derived Hard Carbon Anode for Sodium-Ion Batteries – R. Väli, T. Tooming, T. Thomberg, A. Jänes, and E. Lust (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu)

513

The Development of High Capacity V-Based BCC Electrodes for Aqueous Metal Hydride Air Systems – N. Weadock, H. Yang (California Institute of Technology), H. Tan (Liox), B. Fultz (California Institute of Technology), and R. V. Bugga (Jet Propulsion Lab., California Institute of Technology)

Wednesday, June 1

126

514

515

516

517

518

519

520

521

The Roles and Characterizations of Activated Carbon in Printed Air Cathode for Flexible Zinc-Air Battery – S. Kheawhom and S. Suren (Chulalongkorn University) Multiprobe and Multiscale Characterization of SEI Developing on Nano-Silicon Electrodes in a Full-Cell Setup By Using NMR, STEMEels, XPS and FIB-TOF-SIMS – E. De Vito (CEA Grenoble - LITEN, Univ. Grenoble Alpes), N. Dupré, P. Moreau (Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel - IMN), L. Quazuguel (Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel - IMN, CEA Grenoble - LITEN), M. Boniface (CEA Grenoble - INAC), A. Bordes (CEA Grenoble - LITEN, Institut de Recherche de Chimie Paris - Chimie ParisTech), C. Rudisch (Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel - IMN), P. BayleGuillemaud (CEA Grenoble - INAC, Univ. Grenoble Alpes), and D. Guyomard (CNRSIMN) Discharge Behavior of Si-Air Batteries with Aqueous Electrolyte – Y. E. Durmus, S. A. Kayser, Aslanbas, H. Tempel, L. G. J. de Haart (Forschungszentrum Jülich), J. Granwehr (RWTH Aachen University), H. Kungl, and R. A. Eichel (Forschungszentrum Jülich) Polyimide Derivative As Electrolyte Additive to Improve Electrical Performance and Safety in Lithium-Ion Batteries – M. Y. H. Chang and P. P. J. Chu (Department of Chemistry, National Central University) Organic Vs. Inorganic Cations of Alkali-Metal Halides Containing Ionic Liquids for SodiumIon Battery Applications – T. G. Tucker (Arizona State University, Sirius E-Bikes) and C. A. Angell (Arizona State University) Silver Modified MnO2 As an Electro-Catalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Alkaline Fuel-Cell and Battery Applications – S. Velraj, K. Beverage, Y. Wang, Z. F. Li (Ohio University), and G. G. Botte (Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering) Impact of Carbon Coating on the Electrochemical Property of Li2MnSiO4/C Cathode Material By Sol-Gel Method – P. H. Wang, C. M. Chang, C. F. Lee, H. S. Chen, and Y. W. Chen-Yang (Chung Yuan Christian University) Electrochemical Studies of Halogens at Carbon Graphite Electrode in Aqueous Solutions – D. F. Quintero Pulido (University of Twente, Department of EEMCS, Enschede, Dr Ten B.V., Rondweg 11M/N, 8091 XA Wezep, The Netherlands), M. V. Ten Kortenaar (Dr Ten BV Rondweg 11M/N, 8091 XA Wezep), J. Hurink, and G. Smit (University of Twente, Department of EEMCS, Enschede)

522

Tuning Ionic Clusters in Sulfide GlassCeramics for Superior Solid-State Electrolytes – H. Kim, S. Y. Cho, Y. S. Lee, H. G. Jung, J. H. Lee, and H. W. Lee (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)

523

Formation of LiCoO2 / Li3BO3 Composite Cathode on Al Doped Li7La3Zr2O12 SolidState Electrolyte By Aerosol Deposition Method – T. Kimura (Tokyo Metropolitan University), K. Kozuka (Tokyo Metropoltan University), N. Saito, M. Shoji, T. Narushima, H. Munakata, and K. Kanamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University)

524

Fast Pulse Combustion Process for Producing Lithium-Ion Cathode Materials – G. Krizan (National Institute of Chemistry Slovenia, Faculty of Chemistry and Chem. Tech. Ljubljana), J. Krizan (AMI d.o.o. Ptuj), R. Dominko (National Institute of Chemistry Slovenia), and M. Gaberscek (Faculty of Chemistry and Chem. Tech. Ljubljana, National Institute of Chemistry Slovenia)

525

Membranes for Aqueous All Vanadium Redox Flow Battery – B. Mecheri, D. De Porcellinis, M. Branchi, S. Licoccia, and A. D’Epifanio (University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Italy)

526

A Vanadium Redox Flow Battery for Hydrogen Production – H. Girault (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne)

527

A Versatile Measuring Setup for the Electrochemical Characterization of Materials Developed for Energy Storage Devices – R. Vyas, M. Kubicsko (Metrohm USA), B. Huber, and M. Drüschler (rhd-instruments)

528

Advanced Alkaline MnO2-Zn Batteries: Accessing the Second Electron Capacity – G. G. Yadav, J. W. Gallaway, M. Nyce, and S. Banerjee (CUNY Energy Institute at the City College of New York)

529

Low-Cost Organic Redox Materials for Safe Energy Storage – Y. Yao, Y. Liang, Y. Jing, S. Gheytani, and K. Y. Lee (University of Houston)

530

Study of Electrodeposited Zinc Morphology in Rechargeable Alkaline Batteries – X. Wei (The City College of New York), A. Couzis, and S. Banerjee (CUNY Energy Institute at the City College of New York)

531

Aqueous Ion Intercalation in Hydrous Oxides – W. Lo, R. Wang, and V. Augustyn (North Carolina State University)

532

Novel Inorganic Coatings for Li2s Cathodes – U. Medina (Wildcat Discovery Technologies)

534

Multiple Edge in Situ X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy (XAS) Investigations of Fe Substituted Li-Rich Cathode Materials for Libs – D. Dixon (IAM-ESS, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), A. Bhaskar (IAMESS, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)), S. Mangold (ANKA Synchrotron Radiation Facility, KIT), and H. Ehrenberg (IAM-ESS, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU))

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


583

Highly Efficient Graphene Supports for Fuel Cell Electrocatalysts – V. Sadhu, E. Jamil, and S. Alkan Gursel (Sabanci University)

584

Platinum-Tin Alloy/Reduced Graphene Oxide Nanohybrid for a Highly Efficient Counter Electrode in Dye-Sensitized Solar Cell – I. K. Jin, V. D. Dao, L. L. Larina, and H. S. Choi (Chungnam National University)

585

Platinum-Cobalt Alloy/Reduced Graphene Oxide Nanohybrid Counter Electrode for DyeSensitized Solar Cells – S. W. Yoon, V. D. Dao, L. L. Larina, and H. S. Choi (Chungnam National University)

Transparent and Flexible Energy Storage Using Pseudocapacitive Ni(OH)2 coated Cu Nanowires By Solution-Processes – J. O. Thostenson, I. A. Cordova, I. E. Stewart, J. J. Amsden, C. B. Parker, J. Liu, B. J. Wiley, and J. T. Glass (Duke University)

586

Optimum Alloying of Bimetallic PlatinumGold Nanoparticles Used As an Efficient and Robust Counter Electrode Material of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells – J. S. Kim, V. D. Dao, L. L. Larina, and H. S. Choi (Chungnam National University)

539

Highly Soluble, Sometimes Liquid, ElectronDonating Phenothiazines for Batteries with Non-Aqueous Electrolytes – S. A. Odom (Department of Chemistry, University of Kentucky), M. D. Casselman, A. P. Kaur, C. F. Elliott, S. Chapman, P. Zhang, and C. Risko (University of Kentucky)

587

540

Functionalization of Carbon with Manganese Oxide for Enhanced Wettability and Capacitance in Neutral Aqueous Electrolyte – S. Grewal, B. Read (UC Merced), and M. H. Lee (University of California, Merced)

Three-Dimensional Porous Carbon Materials with High Surface Area for Electrochemical Energy Storage – J. H. Han (Korea research institute of chemical technology), T. H. Kim (Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology), B. G. Kim (korea research institute of chemical technology), and Y. T. Hong (Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology)

588

High Hydrophilic Mesoporous Carbon As Support of Pd Electrocatalyst for Ethanol Oxidation – G. Zhang (Yangtze Normal University)

589

Precious-Metal-Free Carbon Nano Fiber with N-Doped Graphene Nanoplatelets As Electrocatalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – S. Yoo (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology), J. Shin (DongEui University, South Korea), and G. Kim (Department of Energy Engineering, UNIST, South Korea)

590

Effect of Edge-Carboxylation in Graphene Nanoplatelets on the Performance of Electrochemical Energy Storage – N. C. D. Nath (konkuk University) and J. J. Lee (Dongguk University)

535

Improvement of Zinc Anode for Flexible Printed Zinc Air Batteries with High Energy Density – S. Kheawhom and S. Suren (Chulalongkorn University)

536

Flexible and Stretchable Supercapacitors from Carbon Materials – Y. Zhou, C. Cao, S. Ubnoske (Duke University), P. A. Henry (CEA, LITEN), C. B. Parker, A. Franklin, and J. T. Glass (Duke University)

537

Biomass-Derived Activated Graphene for Electrochemical Capacitors – S. Jung and T. Kim (Department of BionanoTechnology, Gachon University)

538

B01

Carbon Nanostructures for Energy Conversion

Nanocarbons / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center

B01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

577

578

579

Surface Electrochemical Degradation Characterization of Carbon Fibers in Aqueous Electrolytes – Z. Heydarzadeh Sheykhangafsheh (University of California, Irvine) and Y. Wang (UCI) Influence of Nanostructured Carbon Supports on Nanocatalysts Towards Electrooxidation of Formic Acid for Direct Formic Acid Fuel Cells – T. F. Shanta and W. Miao (The University of Southern Mississippi) Tuning Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube (SWCNT) Membrane Interactions – A. Antonucci, N. Schuergers, and A. A. Boghossian (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne)

580

Producing Supercapacitor Wire Electrode Via a Simple Self-Assembly Technology – W. H. S. Huang (Taiwan Textile Research Institute)

581

Searching for Fullerene Electron Conductors for Perovskite Solar Cells – S. Y. Xie (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University)

582

Preparation of Graphene/N-Doped Carbon Nanowire Composites for an Effective Electrocatalyst for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction – F. B. Kadumudi and W. M. Choi (University of Ulsan)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

B02

Carbon Nanostructures in Medicine and Biology Nanocarbons Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center

B02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

623

Non-Destructive Detection of Metabolites Using Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes – T. V. Galassi (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), J. Shah, P. V. Jena, D. Roxbury (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), C. P. Horoszko, and D. A. Heller (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center)

127

Wednesday, June 1


B03

624

625

Electrochemical and Spectroelectrochemical Determination of Stress Biomarker Isatin on Optically Transparent Boron-Doped Diamond Electrodes – M. Sobaszek (Gdansk University of Technology), P. Niedzialkowski (Faculty of Chemistry, University of Gdansk), R. Bogdanowicz (Gdansk University of Technology, WETI), and G. M. Swain (Michigan State University) Examining the Sub-Cellular Localization of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes – R. E. Langenbacher (Weill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University), J. Budhathoki-Uprety, D. Roxbury, P. V. Jena (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), and D. A. Heller (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University)

10:40

642

Superconducting Properties in Tantalum Decorated Three-Dimensional Graphene and Carbon Structures – W. Pan (Sandia National Labs)

11:00

643

(Invited) Figure of Merit for Carbon Nanotube Photothermoelectric Detectors – F. Léonard (Sandia National Laboratories)

11:20

644

Stretchable Carbon Nanotube Transistors Enabled By Buckled Carbon Nanotube Thins Films, Ion Gel Gate Dielectrics, and Metal Electrodes – M. Y. Wu (University of Wisconsin-Madison), J. Zhao (University of Electronic Science and Technology of China), F. Xu, and M. S. Arnold (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

11:40

645

Printed Carbon Nanotube Gas Sensor Arrays – D. E. Schwartz, C. Smith, Y. Zhang, G. Iftime, G. Whiting, I. Matei (PARC), M. Meyyappan (NASA Ames Research Center), and B. Kim (ELORET Corporation at NASA Ames Research Center)

Carbon Nanotubes - From Fundamentals to Devices Nanocarbons / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Aqua 313, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Nanotube Chemistry I – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chair: Sofie Cambre 08:00

635

Design and Synthesis of Mwcnts Discrete 3D Microparticles for the Organized Assembly of High Performance Materials – L. Maggini and M. F. L. De Volder (University of Cambridge)

636

(Invited) Pristine Electronics Grade Semiconducting Carbon Nanotubes By Switching the Rigidity of the Wrapping Polymer Backbone – P. Gopalan, Y. Joo, G. J. Brady, M. J. Shea, and M. S. Arnold (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

08:40

637

(Invited) Porphyrin/Carbon Nanotube Supramolecular Self-Assembly : A Thermodynamical Approach – G. Delport (Laboratoire Aimé Cotton, ENS Cachan), F. Vialla (Laboratoire Pierre Aigrain Ecole Normale Supérieure), S. Campidelli (CEA-Saclay), C. Voisin (Ecole Normale Supérieure), and J. S. Lauret (Laboratoire Aimé Cotton, ENS Cachan)

Wednesday, June 1

08:20

09:00

09:20

638

639

09:40

Fullerene-Assisted Quenching of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Photoluminescence through a Flavin-Helix – F. Papadimitrakopoulos, M. Mollahoseini, E. Karunaratne, and J. Gascon (University of Connecticut) Rotaxanes Meet Carbon Nanotubes. Synthesis and Physical Properties of Mechanically Interlocked Derivatives of Carbon Nanotubes – E. M. Perez (IMDEA Nanociencia)

14:00

646

Real-Time Catalytic Activity of Bimetallic Ru-Pt Nanoparticles Attached on Carbon Nanotube Electronic Devices – D. Bouilly (Columbia University), B. Vanhorenbeke (Université catholique de Louvain, Université de Montréal), J. Hon, C. Nuckolls (Columbia University), S. Hermans (Université catholique de Louvain), and R. Martel (Université de Montréal)

14:20

647

(Invited) Chemistry, Electronic Structure, Properties and Applications of Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene – R. C. Haddon (University of California - Riverside)

14:40

648

(Invited) Fluorescent Quantum Defects in Carbon Nanotubes – Y. Wang (University of Maryland)

15:00

649

(Invited) Bulk Synthesis of Oxygen-Doped Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes and Their Application As Fluorescent Probes – T. Okazaki (CNT-Application Research Center, AIST)

15:20

650

Aromatic Molecular Dimer on Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes – J. Baek, T. Umeyama (Kyoto University), and H. Imahori (Kyoto University, Institute for Integrated CellMaterial Sciences)

15:40

Break

Break

Nanotube Devices and Applications I – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chair: Phil Collins

Nanotube Optics and Characterization I – 16:00 – 17:40 Co-Chair: Stephen B. Cronin 16:00

10:00

640

(Invited) Stability and Reliability of Carbon Nanotube Thin-Film Circuits – M. C. Hersam (Northwestern University)

10:20

641

Carbon Nanotube Array Field Effect Transistors with High Current Density and on/Off Ratio – G. J. Brady, A. J. Way, R. M. Jaccoberger, Y. Joo, P. Gopalan, and M. S. Arnold (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

128

Nanotube Chemistry II – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chair: Padma Gopalan

651

(Invited) Chiral, Semiconducting PolymerWrapped Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Superstructures for Opto-Electronic Applications – J. H. Olivier, J. Park, P. Deria, M. Glesner, Y. Bai, G. Bullad, and M. J. Therien (Dept. of Chemistry, Duke University)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


16:40

17:00

17:20

652

653

654

655

Photoinduced Spontaneous Free-Carrier Generation of (7,5)-Chirality-Enriched SingleWalled Carbon Nanotubes in a Low Dielectric Solvent – G. Rumbles (University of Colorado - Boulder, National Renewable Energy Laboratory), J. Park (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), O. Reid (National Renewable Energy Laboratory, University of Colorado at Boulder), and J. L. Blackburn (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) (Invited) Photoluminescence Relaxation Dynamics of Covalently Doped Carbon Nanotubes – S. K. Doorn, N. F. Hartmann (MPA-CINT, Los Alamos National Laboratory), K. Velizhanin (Los Alamos National Laboratory), X. Ma (Los Alamos National Laboratory, MPA-CINT), H. Htoon (MPA-CINT, Los Alamos National Laboratory), J. H. Olivier, M. J. Therien (Dept. of Chemistry, Duke University), M. Kim (Dept. of Chemistry, University of Maryland), and Y. Wang (University of Maryland) Determination of Redox Potentials of OxygenDoped Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Based on in Situ Photoluminescence Electrochemistry – N. Nakashima (Dept Applied Chem. & WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University), T. Shiraishi (Department of Applied Chemistry, Kyushu University), G. Juhász (Department of Chemistry, Tokyo Institute of Technology), T. Shiraki (Department of Applied Chemistry, Kyushu University), Y. Miyauchi, and K. Matsuda (Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto University) (Invited) A Carbon Nanotube Based Single Photon Source – A. Jeantet (Université Paris Diderot, Ecole Normale Supérieure), Y. Chassagneux (Ecole Normale Superieure, CNRS), J. S. Lauret (Laboratoire Aimé Cotton, ENS Cachan), J. Reichel (Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Ecole Normale Supérieure), and C. Voisin (Université Paris Diderot, Ecole Normale Supérieure)

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center

659

Synthesis and Characterization of Carbon Nanotubes to be Used in the Development of New Ionizing Radiation Sensors – C. Neira (Universidad del Turabo), C. Morant, T. Campo (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid), E. Elizalde (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid), F. Márquez, L. López, and J. J. Duconge (Universidad del Turabo)

660

Impedance-Based Characterization of Functional Carbon Nano-Tube/Cement Composites – K. W. Seo, Y. J. Choi, J. S. Kim (Hongik University), E. H. Kim (Hongik University RIST), and J. Hwang (Hongik University)

661

Photoluminescence from Thin Carbon Nanotube Films – I. Namal (Julius Maximilians University of Wuerzburg), F. Schoeppler, and T. Hertel (Julius-Maximilian University of Wuerzburg)

B04

Endofullerenes and Carbon Nanocapsules Nanocarbons Aqua 311 B, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Endofullerenes and Carbon Nanocapsules I – 16:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Shangfeng Yang and Alan L. Balch 16:00

681

(Invited) New Vistas on Chemistry of Endohedral Metallofullerenes – T. Akasaka (Huazhong University of Science & Technology), M. Yamada (Tokyo Gakugei University), H. Kurihara (University of Tsukuba), M. Suzuki (Tokyo Gakugei University), J. D. Guo (Kyoto University), M. M. Olmstead (University of Califronia, Davis), A. L. Balch (University of CaliforniaDavis), S. Nagase (Kyoto University), Y. Maeda (Tokyo Gakugei University), and X. Lu (Huazhong University of Science and Technology)

16:20

682

(Invited) Novel Fullerenes and Their Photovoltaic Properties – S. Y. Xie (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University) and J. Xiao (Xiamen University)

16:40

683

(Invited) Preparation of [60] Fulleropyrrolidines and Their Photovoltaic Applications – L. Feng and Y. Zhou (Soochow University)

17:00

684

(Invited) Anisotropic Magnetism of an Endohedral Metallofullerene for Molecular Location Sensor – Y. Takano (WPI-iCeMS, Kyoto University), R. Tashita (TARA center, University of Tsukuba), M. Suzuki (Tokyo Gakugei University), H. Imahori, S. Nagase (Kyoto University), and T. Akasaka (Huazhong University of Science & Technology)

17:20

685

(Invited) Regioselective Bis-Prato Addition on TNT-EMF (M3N@Ih-C80, M = Y, Gd) Controlled By Endohedral Metal Cluster – Y. Yamakoshi and S. Aroua (ETH Zürich)

17:40

686

(Invited) 1,3-Dipolar Cycloadditions on Endohedral Fullerenes M3N@Ih-C80 (M = Sc-Gd): Remarkable Endohedral-Cluster Regiochemical Control – S. Osuna, M. GarciaBorràs (Universitat de Girona), Y. Yamakoshi (ETH Zürich), and L. Echegoyen (The University of Texas at El Paso)

B03 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

656

Functionalised Carbon Nanotubes As Components in Solid Acid Fuel Cell Electrodes – O. Naumov, F. Lohmann, B. Abel, and A. Varga (Leibniz Institute of Surface Modification)

657

Degradation of Carbon Nanomaterials Using Electrochemical Oxidation on BDD Electrodes – V. Reipa (National Institute of Standards and Technology), E. Petersen, S. Hanna, and J. Elliott (NIST)

658

Applying the Ionic Field-Effect Photoluminescence of Semiconducting Carbon Nanotubes for Circuit-Free Electroanalytics – C. P. Horoszko (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University), P. V. Jena, D. Roxbury (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), S. V. Rotkin (Lehigh University), R. Martel (Université de Montréal), and D. A. Heller (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

129

Wednesday, June 1

16:20


Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center

10:40

720

(Invited) The Regioselectivity of BingelHirsch Cycloadditions on IPR Endohedral Metallofullerenes – M. Garcia-Borràs, S. Osuna, J. M. Luis (Universitat de Girona), L. Echegoyen (The University of Texas at El Paso), and M. Solà (Institut de Química Computacional i Catàlisi)

11:00

721

(Invited) Polyarylations of Heterofullerenes – A. Hirsch (University of Erlangen)

11:20

722

(Invited) Distorted Aromatics and Their Related 1D and 2D Materials – A. MateoAlonso (POLYMAT)

11:40

723

(Invited) Electrochemical Synthesis of Multiadducts from [60]Fulleroindolines – G. W. Wang (University of Science and Technology of China)

B04 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

B05

687

688

Actinide Metallic Endohedral Fullerenes: Synthesis of Th@C2n and U@C2n(n=36-50) and the Electrochemical Properties of Th@C82 and U@C82 – Y. Wang (Soochow University, Suzhou, Jiangsu, (China)) and N. Chen (Soochow University) Experimental and Theoretical Investigation on the Structures and Relative Reactivity of Pr@C74 and Pr@C74(C6H3Cl2) – Y. Zhao, H. Yu, and Y. Lian (Heilongjiang University)

Fullerenes - Chemical Functionalization, Electron Transfer, and Theory Nanocarbons Aqua 311 A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Synthesis – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Nazario Martín and Andreas Hirsch 08:00

Wednesday, June 1

08:20

713

714

(Invited) Synthesis and Photoswitching Tunability of GHz Dielectric Property at e-Polarizable [60]Fullerosomic Surface of Hybrid Core-Shell Nanoparticles – L. Chiang (University of Massachusetts), M. Wang, T. Yu (University of Massachusetts, Lowell), L. S. Tan, and A. Urbas (Air Force Research Laboratory) (Invited) Sumanene: A C3-Symmetric Fragment Structure of C60 – H. Sakurai (School of Engineering, Osaka University)

08:40

715

(Invited) Controlled Assembly of C60 Using Supramolecular Scaffolds – T. Fukushima (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

09:00

716

(Invited) Supramolecular-Driven Formation of an Elusive Phthalocyanine-C60 Fullerene Bisadduct Triad – T. Torres (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, IMDEA Nanociencia), G. Bottari (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and IMDEA Nanociencia), O. Trukhina (IMDEA Nanociencia, 28049 Madrid, Spain), D. M. Guldi (Friedrich-AlexanderUniversität Erlangen-Nürnberg,), A. Kahnt (Friedrich-Alexander-Universitat), L. M. Mateo (Autonoma University of Madrid), and G. Lavarda (Autonoma University of Madrid, Imdea Nanoscience)

09:20

717

09:40

(Invited) Synthesis of Nitrogen-Embedded Buckybowl and Its Strong Association Behavior with C60 – S. Hiroto, H. Yokoi (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University), D. Sakamaki, S. Seki (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University), and H. Shinokubo (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University)

14:00

724

(Invited) Photoinduced Electron-Transfer Dynamics of a Monoprotonated SaddleDistorted Porphyrin – T. Kojima, W. Suzuki, H. Kotani, T. Ishizuka (University of Tsukuba), K. Ohkubo (Meijo University), and S. Fukuzumi (Osaka University)

14:40

726

(Invited) Synthesis and Photophysical Properties of Porphyrin-Fullerene Linked Dyads with a Oligo-p-Xylene Bridge – H. Imahori (Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences, Kyoto University)

15:00

727

(Invited) Fullerenes for Catalysis: C60 As Molecular Vector in Hydrogen Transfer Reactions – N. Martin (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain), S. Filippone (Universidad Complutense), S. Vidal (Universidad Complutene de Madrid), and J. Marco-Martínez (Universiad Complutense de Madrid)

15:20

728

(Invited) Long-Lived Charge Separated States Exclusively from the Triplet Excited States in Palladium Porphyrin-Fullerene Conjugates – F. D’Souza, C. Obondi, B. Churchill (University of North Texas), G. N. Lim (Univeristy of North Texas), P. Poddutoori, and A. van der Est (Brock University)

15:40 Break 16:00

729

(Invited) Fullerene-Based Multichromophoric Antennas – D. Bonifazi (Cardiff University)

16:20

730

(Invited) Switchable Electron Transfer Reactivity in Phthalocyanine Sc3n@C80 Supramolecular Ensembles – O. Trukhina (IMDEA Nanociencia, 28049 Madrid, Spain, Autonoma University of Madrid), T. Torres (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid), G. Bottari (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and IMDEA Nanociencia), D. M. Guldi (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität ErlangenNürnberg,), L. Echegoyen (The University of Texas at El Paso), M. Rudolf (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg), T. Akasaka (Huazhong University of Science & Technology), V. Almeida, and N. Muñoz (Autonoma University of Madrid)

16:40

731

(Invited) C70 As a Photocatalyst for Oxidation of Benzylamines to Imines – R. Kumar and Y. Yamakoshi (ETH Zürich)

Break

10:00

718

(Invited) Synthesis of Fluorescent Graphene Quantum Dots – T. Haino (Graduate School of Science, Hiroshima University)

10:20

719

(Invited) Selective Synthesis of Photoelectrochemical Active Co8S15 Cluster inside the Bowl-Shaped Templating Pentaorgano[60]Fullerene Ligand – Y. Matsuo (The University of Tokyo)

130

PET and Catalysis – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Francis D’Souza and Dirk M. Gudi

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


17:00

732

(Invited) Polypeptides/C60 Complexes and Their Applications – N. Solladie (Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination - CNRS)

Nanocarbons Division SES Young Investigator Award Address Session – 10:00 – 10:20 Co-Chairs: R. Bruce Weisman and Slava V. Rotkin

17:20

733

(Invited) Decorating Nanocarbons with Perylenediimide Systems – Sastre-Santos (Universidad Miguel Hernandez de Elche), S. Pla, L. Martin-Gomis, and F. FernándezLázaro (Universidad Miguel Hernández)

10:00

17:40

734

(Invited) Carbon Nanotubes-Fullerene Hybrids – F. Langa, M. J. Gomez-Escalonilla, and M. Barrejon (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha)

748

Physics and Photophysics I – 10:20 – 12:00 Co-Chair: Victor Watson Brar 10:20

749

(Invited) 2D Transport and Velocity Modulation in Black Phosphorus Field Effect Transistors – T. Szkopek, G. Gervais, N. Hemsworth, and V. Tayari (McGill University)

10:40

750

(Invited) Topological Winding Number Change and Broken Inversion Symmetry in a Hofstadter’s Butterfly – M. Bockrath (University of California, Riverside)

11:00

751

Electric Field Effects on Electronic Property at Silicene-Amine Interface – K. Iida, M. Noda, and K. Nobusada (Institute for Molecular Science)

11:20

752

(Invited) Physics of Electronic Transport in Low-Dimensionality Materials for Future FETs – M. V. Fischetti (University of Texas at Dallas)

11:40

753

Peculiar Magnetic Properties in Doped and Edge Functionalized Silicene Nanoribbons – S. Mehdi Aghaei, M. M. Monshi, and I. Calizo (Florida International University)

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center

B06

735

736

Cancer Hyperthermia Studies: On the Aqueous Structure and Radiofrequency-Induced Heating Properties of a Water-Soluble [60] Fullerene – Y. Mackeyev (Rice University), A. Muto (Hitachi High Technologies America), M. Cheney (Rice University), R. Serda (Houston Methodist Research institute), S. A. Curley (Baylor College of Medicine), and L. J. Wilson (Rice University Department of Chemistry) Backside Anti-Reflecting Absorbing Layer Microscopy for in Situ Graphene Imaging and Modification – S. Campidelli, R. Cornut, V. Derycke (CEA-Saclay), and D. Ausserré (CNRS)

Graphene and Beyond: 2D Materials

Nanocarbons / Dielectric Science and Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Aqua 311 B, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Synthesis and Characterization – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chair: Richard Martel 08:00

743

(Invited) Transition Metal Dichalcogenides: Growth and Characterization – L. Bartels (University of California at Riverside)

08:20

744

(Invited) Towards Large Scale Growth of Two-Dimensional Transition Metal Dichalcogenides – J. C. Grossman (MIT) and N. Ferralis (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

08:40

745

Synthesis of Graphene on Electrochemical Nickel for MEMS Industry – L. Pedrazzetti, R. Bernasconi, A. Lucotti (Politecnico di Milano), P. Soltani, A. Mezzi, S. Kaciulis (ISMN - CNR), L. Nobili, and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano)

09:00

746

(Invited) Synthesis and Growth of the Phosphorene Precursor Black Phosphorus – T. Nilges, M. Köpf, C. Grotz, and D. Pfister (Inorganic Chemistry, Technische Universität München)

09:20

747

09:40

(Invited) The Effect of Degradation on the Wetting Properties of Exfoliated Black Phosphorus – A. Favron, P. Moraille, Gaufrès (Université de Montréal), A. L. Phaneuf (École Polytechnique de Montréal), P. Lévesque (Department of Chemistry, Université de Montréal), S. Francoeur (Ecole Polytechnique), R. Leonelli, and R. Martel (Université de Montréal)

Physics and Photophyics II – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chair: Thomas Szkopek 14:00

754

(Invited) Chemically Modified TwoDimensional Nanoelectronic Heterostructures – M. C. Hersam (Northwestern University)

14:20

755

(Invited) Temperature, Magnetic Field, and Dimensionality Effects on the Raman Spectra of TaSe2 – A. R. Hight Walker (National Institute of Standards and Technology), J. R. Simpson (Towson University, National Institute of Standards and Technology), and S. Chowdhury (National Institute of Standards and Technology, Catholic University)

14:40

756

Raman Spectroscopy of Graphene Molecules: Size Dependent and Reaction Time Studies – E. Dervishi (Los Alamos National Laboratory), Z. Ji (Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM), N. F. Hartmann (MPA-CINT, Los Alamos National Laboratory), M. Sykora (Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM), and S. K. Doorn (MPA-CINT, Los Alamos National Laboratory)

15:00

757

(Invited) Electrostatically Tunable Graphene Metasurfaces for Controlling Mid-IR Radiation – V. W. Brar (Caltech)

15:20

758

(Invited) New Photocurrent Generating Pathways in Twisted Bilayer Graphene and Stacked Transition Metal Dichalcogenide Materials – M. W. Graham (Oregon State University)

15:40 Break

Break

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

131

Wednesday, June 1

B05 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00

(Nanocarbons Division SES Young Investigator Award) Making Graphene Resist Aggregation – J. Luo (Tianjin University)


Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center

770

B06 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

Wednesday, June 1

759

760

Electrochemical Property of Platinum Supported on Thiol-Attached Reduced Graphene Oxide Composite Electrode for Fuel Cells – S. Kim, S. S. Kwon, J. H. Woo (Pusan National University), and Y. Jung (KOREATECH) Study on Electrochemical Analysis of Supercapacitor Electrodes Containing Modified Reduced Graphene Oxide and Titanium Dioxide – S. Kim, E. S. Jo, H. Kim (Pusan National University), and Y. Jung (KOREATECH)

761

Insight into the Nanoscale Mechanism of Exceptional H2O Transport in Graphene Oxide Membrane – S. Ban (China university of petroleum)

762

Synthesis and Characterization of Graphene Flakes to be Used in the Development of Electrodes for Li-Ion Batteries – F. Díaz (Universidad del Turabo), T. Campo (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid), M. Cotto, F. Márquez (Universidad del Turabo), C. Morant (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid), and E. Elizalde (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid)

763

Shear Assisted Electrochemical Exfoliation of Graphite Tographene – D. Shinde (Monash University)

764

Controlled Growth of Graphene on Porous Silicon – D. Ge, D. Qian, and G. Chen (School of Mechanical Engineering, Jiangsu University)

765

Synthesis of Clustered Mn3O4 Nanoparticles through a Polymer Surfactant Mediated Route on Few-Layer Exfoliated Graphene Platelet Surface and Its Application for Electrochemical Energy Storage: Lithium-Ion Battery Anode – D. Saha (Materials Science & Engg., Michigan State University) and L. T. Drzal (Chemical Engg. and Mat. Sci., Michigan State University)

766

767

Photoelectronic Effects with Graphene Channels Interfaced with Quantum Dots Arrays – X. Miao (ECE department of New Jersey institute of Technology), S. Trivedi (New Jersey Institute of technology), and H. Grebel (New Jersey Institute of Technology) Band Gap Tuning of Germanene Nanoribbon Using Chemical Functionalization – M. M. Monshi, S. Mehdi Aghaei, and I. Calizo (Florida International University)

768

Molecular Dynamics Analysis of GrapheneBased Nanoelectromechanical Switch – E. Lee (Korea National University of Transportation) and J. W. Kang (Korea National University of Transporation)

769

Kolbe Electrochemistry in Reversible Wavefunction Engineering of Epitaxial Graphene – S. Sarkar (University of California Riverside)

132

B07

Cytotoxicity of Graphene Derivatives and Exfoliated Transition-Metal Dichalcogenides (MoS2, WS2, and WSe2) – W. Z. Teo, E. L. K. Chng (Nanyang Technological University), Z. Sofer (Institute of Chemical Technology Prague), and M. Pumera (Nanyang Technological University)

Inorganic/Organic Nanohybrids for Energy Conversion Nanocarbons / Energy Technology Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center

B07 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Hiroshi Imahori and Prashant V. Kamat •

814

Carbon Nitride (C3N4) Photocatalysts Synthesized from Different Methods for Photocatalytic Reaction Under Visible Light Irradiation – C. C. Hu, M. S. Wang, and Z. W. Guo (Chung Yuan Christian University)

815

Synthesis of Bimetallic Platinum-Iron Nanoparticles As Robust and Low-Cost Counter Electrode Materials for DyeSensitized Solar Cells – O. Omelianovych, L. L. Larina, V. D. Dao, and H. S. Choi (Chungnam National University)

816

Hexagonal Hollow Mesoporous TiO2 Nanoparticles As an Advanced Anode Material for Lithium-Ion Batteries – C. Ma (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai Electrochemical Energy Devices Research Centre), T. Yuan (University of Shanghai for Science and Technology), W. Zhang (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Sinopoly Battery Research Center Limited), and Z. F. Ma (Shanghai Electrochemical Energy Devices Research Centre, Shanghai Jiao Tong University)

817

Development of Tin-Rich Methylammonium Halide Perovskites for Carbon-Based Solar Cells Free of Hole-Transport Materials – C. M. Tsai and E. W. G. Diau (National Chiao Tung University)

818

Investigation of Graphene Oxide-TiO2 Photoelectrodes with Different Compact Layers and Counter Electrodes – K. K. Devarepally (Heriot-Watt University)

B08

Porphyrins, Phthalocyanines, and Supramolecular Assemblies Nanocarbons Aqua 314, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Catalysis – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Emma Gallo and Tomas Torres 08:00

838

08:20

839 (Invited) ‘totem’ C2-Symmetrical Iron(III) Porphyrin Complexes to Stereoselectively Promote the Alkene Cyclopropanation – E. Gallo, D. Intrieri, D. M. Carminati (Chemistry Department, University of Milan (Italy)), L. Toma (Department of Chemistry, University of Pavia (Italy)), S. Le Gac, and B. Boitrel (UMR CNRS 6226, ISCR, Université de Rennes 1)

(Invited) Efficient Electrocatalytic CO2 Reduction with Dinuclear Iron Complexes – Y. Naruta (Inst. of Sci. and Tech. Res., Chubu University)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


840

(Invited) Iron Porphyrin Alcoholate and Manganese Porphyrin Thiolate As ElementSubstituted Analogs of Heme Thiolate Complex – T. Higuchi (Nagoya City University)

09:00

841

(Invited) Catalytic Activity of Vitamin B12 under Light Irradiation – D. Gryko (Institute of Organic Chemistry Polish Academy of Sciences)

09:20

842

09:40

(Invited) Catalytic and Biocatalytic Iron Porphyrin Carbene Formation: Effects of Binding Mode, Carbene Substituent, Porphyrin Substituent, and Protein Axial Ligand – R. Khade and Y. Zhang (Stevens Institute of Technology)

10:20

843

844

(Invited) Self-Assembled Molecular Materials Based on Subphthalocyanines – T. Torres (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid), M. J. Mayoral, J. Guilleme (Autonoma University of Madrid), D. González-Rodríguez (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid), G. Lavarda (Autonoma University of Madrid), D. Guzman (IMDEA Nanociencia, 28049 Madrid, Spain), D. P. Medina, and M. A. Revuelta (Autonoma University of Madrid) (Invited) Phthalocyanine Monolayer Nucleation of Gate Oxide ALD on Single Layer Graphene and TMD Surfaces – A. Kummel, J. H. Park, I. Kwak, E. Chagarov (University of California, San Diego), H. Movva, H. Chou, S. K. Banerjee (University of Texas, Austin), S. Fathipour, A. Seabaugh (University of Notre Dame), S. Fullerton (University of Pittsburgh), S. Vishwanath, H. G. Xing (Cornell University), and P. Choudhury (New Mexico Tech)

10:40

845

(Invited) Peripherally Fused Azabodipy Dimers: A New Class of Near-Infrared Fluorescence Probes – F. D’Souza, V. Bandi, and H. B. Gobeze (University of North Texas)

11:00

846

(Invited) Linear and Star-Shaped Phthalocyanine-Acceptor Systems – A. SastreSantos (Universidad Miguel Hernández), J. Follana (Universidad Miguel Hernandez de Elche), D. Molina, V. M. Blas-Ferrando, J. Ortiz (Universidad Miguel Hernández), M. M. León (Universidad Miguel Hernandez de Elche), and F. Fernández-Lázaro (Universidad Miguel Hernández)

11:20

11:40

847

848

849

(Invited) Applications of the Orthogonal Reactivity for the Functionalization of the Bodipy CORE – E. Peña-Cabrera, C. F. A. Gómez-Durán, and I. Valois-Escamilla (Universidad de Guanajuato) (Invited) Functionalizing P-Extended Porphyrins – H. Wang, R. G. W. Jinadasa (Miami University), Y. Fang (University of Houston), S. Kumar (Miami University), K. M. Kadish (University of Houston), and Y. Hu (Miami University)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

(Invited) Self-Organization and Cross-Linking of Tetraazaporphyrin Derivatives – S. H. Eichhorn, E. Abdulhamied, M. M. Ahmida, and H. Kayal (University of Windsor)

Porphyrinoids Electrochemistry – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Karl M. Kadish and Mathias O. Senge 14:00

850

(Invited) Synthesis and Characterization of Photoactive Porphyrin Electropolymers – L. A. Otero (Universidad Nacional de Río Cuarto)

14:20

851

(Invited) Electrogeneration and Electrochemistry of Sigma-Bonded Cobalt Porphyrins with Pi-Extended Systems and/ or Highly Electron-Withdrawing Pyrrole Substituents – K. M. Kadish, X. Ke, L. Cong (University of Houston), R. Kumar, and M. Sankar (Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee)

14:40

852

(Invited) Pyrrole-Based Polycyclic Pi-Electron Systems with Various Redox States – M. Takase (Ehime University)

15:00

853

(Invited) Towards Electron Transfer Compounds with Rigid Resistor Units – M. O. Senge (Trinity College Dublin)

15:20

854

(Invited) Carbon-Rich Porphyrins – N. Jux, D. Lungerich, H. Hölzel, D. Reger, M. Ruppel, and M. Martin (Friedrich-AlexanderUniversität Erlangen-Nürnberg)

Break

Phthalocyanines and Phthalocyanine Analogs – 10:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Emma Gallo and Tomas Torres 10:00

12:00

15:40

Break

Porphyrinoid Based Solar Cells – 16:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Karl M. Kadish and Mathias O. Senge 16:00

855

16:40

857 (Invited) Trans-Substituted Benzodiazaporphyrin, a Hybrid Dye Between Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines, Opens Promising Performances in Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells – F. Odobel (CNRS), D. Andrianov, and A. Cheprakov (Moscow State University)

17:00

858

(Invited) Boron Subphthalocyanines, Boron Subnaphthalocyanines and Silicon Phthalocyanines - All Very Versatile Materials for Organic Photovoltaics – T. P. Bender (Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry)

17:20

859

(Invited) Dye Sensitized Solar Cell Based on Dicarboxylic Acid Substituted Benzoporphyrin and the Effect of Pi -Linkers Towards Their Photovoltaic Performances – R. G. W. Jinadasa, H. Wang, B. Li, and L. Kerr (Miami University)

17:40

860

(Invited) Tetrapyrrole-Based Metal Complexes Designed for Bio-Inspired Catalysis and Solar Fuel Production – G. Knör (Johannes Kepler University Linz (JKU))

(Invited) Effects of Sensitization Conditions on Photovoltaic and Photophysical Properties of Porphyrin-Sensitized Solar Cells – H. Imahori (Kyoto University)

133

Wednesday, June 1

08:40


Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center

10:20

928

Effects of Hydrogen on the Surface Films Formed on Iron in Pure Water at Various Temperatures – A. Ejaz, Q. Xiao, J. Chen (School of Mater. Sci. and Eng., Shanghai University), G. Han (School of Mater. sci. and Eng., Shanghai University), and Z. Lu (School of Mater. Sci. and Eng.,Shanghai University)

10:40

929

The Effects of Hydrogen on Corrosion Products Formed on Iron in Chloride Solutions – A. Ejaz, J. Chen, Q. Xiao (School of Mater. Sci. and Eng., Shanghai University), G. Han (School of Mater. sci. and Eng., Shanghai University), and Z. Lu (School of Mater. Sci. and Eng.,Shanghai University)

11:00

930

The Effect of Hydrogen on the Corrosion and Anodic Behavior of 13Cr Stainless Steel in Chloride Solution – H. Peng (School of Mater. Sci. and Eng., Shanghai University), X. Ru (School of Mater. Sci.and Eng., Shanghai University), J. Chen (School of Mater. Sci. and Eng., Shanghai University), G. Han (School of Mater. sci. and Eng., Shanghai University), and Z. Lu (School of Mater. Sci. and Eng.,Shanghai University)

11:20

931

Electrochemical Behaviors of Various Alloys in Ferric Sulfate Solution – Q. Xiao, J. Chen, Z. Chen (School of Mater. Sci. and Eng., Shanghai University), and Z. Lu (School of Mater. Sci. and Eng.,Shanghai University, State Key Laboratory of Advanced Special Steels)

B08 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

861

Polypeptides with Pendant Porphyrins: From the Recognition of Bidentate Bases to InterDigitated Photo-Active Strands – R. Rein and N. Solladie (Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination - CNRS)

862

FRET-Based Ratiometric Detection of Metal Ions – Y. Bian, M. Zhu, D. Zhang, W. Lu, J. Zhang, and J. Jiang (University of Science and Technology Beijing)

863

Synthesis and Characterization of A2B2 Tetrabenzoporphyrins – S. Kumar and H. Wang (Miami University)

C01

Corrosion General Session

Corrosion Indigo 204 B, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Corrosion of Iron and Steels – 08:00 – 12:40 Co-Chair: Rudolph Buchheit 922

Effects of a Magnetic Field on Anodic Dissolution and Surface Morphology of Iron in a Chloride Solution with Nitrite Ions – Z. Chen, H. Li, Q. Xiao (School of Mater. Sci. and Eng., Shanghai University), and Z. Lu (School of Mater. Sci. and Eng.,Shanghai University, State Key Laboratory of Advanced Special Steels)

08:20

923

Potentiodynamic Polarization and Potentiostatic Polarization Behaviors for Iron in Sulfuric Acid Solution with or without a Magnetic Field – H. Li, Z. Chen, Q. Xiao (School of Mater. Sci. and Eng., Shanghai University), and Z. Lu (School of Mater. Sci. and Eng.,Shanghai University)

11:40

932

Effects of H2s and pH on Tafel Slopes in Electrochemical Corrosion of High Strength Carbon Steel S-135 in Alkaline Brines – R. Feng, J. Beck (The Pennsylvania State University), M. Ziomek-Moroz (National Energy Technology Laboratory), and S. N. Lvov (The Pennsylvania State University)

08:40

924

The Impact of Stress-Strain States on Hydrogen Flux in Martensitic Steels – D. Guedes, S. Cohendoz, A. Oudriss, J. Bouhattate (LASIE - Université de la ROCHELLE), F. Thebault (Vallourec Research Center), J. Creus Sr., and X. Feaugas (LASIE - Université de la ROCHELLE)

12:00

933

EIS Study on Corrosion Mechanisms of Steel Rebars in Concrete – M. Itagaki, M. Soukura, T. Koike, T. Okamoto, H. Tokieda, Y. Hoshi, I. Shitanda, and Y. Kato (Tokyo University of Science)

12:20

934

The Effect of a Complex Planktonic and Biofilm Bacterial Consortia on Marine Corrosion of 1020 Carbon STEEL – Z. Makama, S. C. Aydin, E. Aydin, V. Bonifay, J. Sunner, and I. Beech (University of Oklahoma)

Wednesday, June 1

08:00

09:00

925

Investigation of Galvanic Corrosion Behavior of Dual Phase Steel – Y. Si (United States Steel)

09:20

926

Electrochemically Induced Surface Annealing of Stable Martensite and Its Influence on Corrosion Resistance – Z. Li, L. Li (Beijing University of Chemical Techonology), A. Tang, and F. Wang (Beijing University of Chemical Technology)

Corrosion of Light Alloys – 14:00 – 16:40 Co-Chair: Masayuki Itagaki 14:00

935

A Comparative Study of Cerium and Aluminum Conversion Coatings on AZ31 Magnesium Alloy in Aqueous and Ethanol Solutions – Y. R. Chu and C. S. Lin (National Taiwan University)

14:20

941

Corrosion and Surface Modification of Ti-6Al4V Implant Alloy Under Various Simulated Biological Environments – S. Virtanen (University of Erlangen)

14:40

937

Corrosion of an Aluminum Alloy (AA2024) Influenced By Microorganisms of a Bacterial Consortium – M. A. Paez (Universidad de Santiago de Chile)

09:40 Break 10:00

134

927

On the Significance of the Mechanism of Hydrogen Evolution Reaction in Corroding Systems – A. Kahyarian (Institute for Corrosion and Multiphase Flow Technology, Ohio University) and S. Nesic (Ohio University, Institute for Corrosion and Multiphase Flow Technology)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


938

High-Resolution Studies of Crevice Corrosion of Nickel and Aluminum with Real Time Multiple Beam Interferometry and Microscopy – C. Merola, B. R. Shrestha, and M. Valtiner (Max-Planck-Institut f. Eisenforschung GmbH)

15:20

939

Self-Organizing Anodization in Pure Molten O-H3PO4 – M. Altomare, N. T. Nguyen (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg), and P. Schmuki (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU), King Abdulaziz University)

15:40

940

Anodic Dissolution of Titanium in Acidic Fluoride Media - Effect of Varying Fluoride Concentration – A. MS, F. Fasmin, P. Ilayaraja, S. Chandran, and R. Srinivasan (Indian Institute of Technology, Madras)

16:00

936

Effect of Process Parameters on the Corrosion Resistance Properties of PEO Coatings Produced on AZ31B Magnesium Alloy – Y. Savguira, Q. Ni (University of Toronto), P. H. Sobrinho (University of Toronto, Universidade Federal do Ceará), T. H. North, and S. J. Thorpe (University of Toronto)

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center C01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

948

Corrosion Behavior of Aluminide Intermetallic Coating on Stainless Steel in Aggressive HCl Solution – W. Liu (Nanjing University of Technology, Nano Engineering Dept. University of California San Diego) and Y. Wang (Dalian University of Technology, Nano Engineering Dept. University of California San Diego)

949

An in-Depth Analysis of Protective Coatings Via Combination of EIS and SDM Techniques in Single Run – R. Vyas and M. Kubicsko (Metrohm USA)

950

Effects of Reclaimed Water Blending on the Pipe Corrosion in an Irrigation System – D. Woo, T. Shin, J. Lee, S. Shin, and H. Lee (Korea Interfacial Science and Engineering Institute)

951

Inhibition Effect of Some Cationic Surfactants on Carbon Steel in 1M H2so4 and 1M HCl Medium – F. Branzoi, C. Pacuretu (Institute of Physical Chemistry), and R. Branzoi (University Politehnica of Bucharest)

952

The Effect of Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation Parameters on Coating Morphology and Corrosion Behavior – S. Cengiz (Gebze Technical University, Purdue University), A. Uzunoglu (Purdue University), M. Tarakci, Y. Gencer (Gebze Technical University), and L. Stanciu (Purdue University)

953

Anti-Corrosion and Mechanical Property of Zinc Modified Nanocomposites – T. H. Fang and C. H. Lee (National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences)

954

Behavior of Passive Film on New Ti-Zr-TaAg Alloy Surface in Simulated Biofluid – C. Vasilescu Jr. (Institute of Physical Chemistry Ilie Murgulescu), S. I. Drob Jr. (Institute of Physical Chemistry), P. Osiceanu Sr., J. M. Calderon Moreno Sr. (Institute of Physical Chemistry Ilie Murgulescu), M. Prodana Jr., D. Ionita Sr. (Faculty of Applied Chemistry and Materials Science), E. Vasilescu Sr., and M. Popa Sr. (Institute of Physical Chemistry Ilie Murgulescu)

955

Corrosion Behavior of New Dental Co-CrNb-Mo-Zr Alloy – S. I. Drob Jr. (Institute of Physical Chemistry), C. Vasilescu Jr. (Institute of Physical Chemistry Ilie Murgulescu), M. Andrei Jr. (Faculty of Applied Chemistry and Materials Science), P. Osiceanu Sr., J. M. Calderon Moreno Sr. (Institute of Physical Chemistry Ilie Murgulescu), I. Demetrescu Sr. (Faculty of Applied Chemistry and Materials Science), and M. Popa Sr. (Institute of Physical Chemistry Ilie Murgulescu)

956

Synergistic Effect of Anodic and Organic Inhibitors on Corrosion Inhibition of Ductile Cast Iron – K. T. Kim (Andong National University), H. Y. Chang, B. T. Lim, H. B. Park (KEPCO Engineering & Construction Company), and Y. S. Kim (Andong National University)

16:20 Break Corrosion in Harsh and Complex Environments I – 16:40 – 18:40 Co-Chair: Dev Chidambaram 16:40

942

Studies on Zirconium Dissolution in Hydrofluoric Acid – A. MS and R. Srinivasan (Indian Institute of Technology, Madras)

17:00

943

Theoretical Modeling of Erosion-Corrosion of Stainless Steel in NaCl Solution Containing Silica Sand – X. Zhou (University of Miami), Y. Zheng (Institute of metal research, Chinese academy of Science), and S. He (Institute of metal research, Chinese academy of science)

17:20

944

Marine Corrosion of 1018 Carbon STEEL in the Presence of Traditional Naval Petro- and BIO- FUEL Blends – Z. Makama, S. C. Aydin, V. Bonifay, E. Aydin, J. Sunner, and I. Beech (University of Oklahoma)

17:40

945

Deposition of Magnetite on 304 SS Under Phosphate & Caustic Treatment Regimes in Boiler Environments – B. Raman, D. M. Hall (The Pennsylvania State University), S. J. Shulder, M. F. Caravaggio (Electric Power Research Institute), and S. N. Lvov (The Pennsylvania State University)

18:00

946

Effects of H2s and CO2 on Cement/Casing Interface Corrosion Integrity for Cold Climate Oil and Gas Well Applications – J. Beck, R. Feng, D. M. Hall, A. Buyuksagis (The Pennsylvania State University), M. Ziomek-Moroz (National Energy Technology Laboratory), and S. N. Lvov (The Pennsylvania State University)

18:20

947

Environmental Aspects of Using Metallic Organic Frameworks As Adsorbents in Natural Gas Storage Systems – M. H. Abd Elhamid, A. Dailly, and M. Cai (General Motors, Global R&D Center)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

135

Wednesday, June 1

15:00


D01

957

Impedance-Based Monitoring of Corrosion Behaviors in Graphene-Coated Metallic Substrates: Effect of Atomic Layer Deposition of Oxide Materials – Y. J. Choi (Hongik University), E. H. Kim (Hongik University RIST), K. W. Seo, K. W. Kwon, and J. Hwang (Hongik University)

Dielectrics for Nanosystems 7: Materials Science, Processing, Reliability, and Manufacturing -and- Solid State Topics General Session Dielectric Science and Technology / Electronics and Photonics / Energy Technology / Luminescence and Display Materials / Nanocarbons / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Sensor Sapphire 410 A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Low Dielectric Constant Materials – 08:30 – 09:10 Co-Chairs: O. M. Leonte and Paul A. Kohl 08:30

08:50

1008

1009

Decoupling of Ion Diffusivity and Electromobility in Porous Dielectrics – M. K. Orlowski (ECE Department Virginia Tech), Y. Fan (Virginia Tech ECE Department), S. W. King (Intel Corporation), and J. Bielefeld (Intel Inc, Logic Technology Development Lab) Low Dielectric Constant, Air-Cavities Created By the Use of Low-Ceiling Temperature Polymers – J. Schwartz, O. Phillips, Z. Pan, A. Sutlief, and P. A. Kohl (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Dielectrics for Optoelectronics – 09:10 – 11:50 Co-Chairs: Robert D. Clark and Jifa Hao 1010

Wednesday, June 1

09:10

09:40 10:00

10:30

11:00

11:30

136

1011

1012

1013

1014

(Invited) The Defects of ZnO Nanorods Passivated By Ultra-Thin Al2O3 Film – S. Li, D. Liu, P. Zhang, Y. Wang (University of Electronic Science and Technology of China), H. Sarvari (University of Kentucky), Y. Xuan (University of Electronic Science and Technology of China), Z. D. Chen (University of Electronic Science & Technology of China), and Y. Jiang (University of Electronic Science and Technology of China)

High Dielectric Constant Materials and Metal Gates – 14:00 – 16:35 Co-Chairs: J. Heitmann and Takahiro Nagata 14:00

1015

(Invited) Development of New HighDielectric Constant Thin Film Materials for Next-Generation Nanoelectronics – T. Nagata (National Institute for Materials Science), S. Kumaragurubaran, Y. Suzuki, and T. Chikyow (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS))

14:30

1016

(Invited) Ternary Rare Earth Based Oxides for Nitride Based Devices – T. C. U. Tromm, A. Schäfer (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), M. Luysberg (Ernst Ruska-Centre, Jülich Research Centre), F. A. Wendt, A. Besmehn, H. Hardtdegen, S. Mantl, and J. Schubert (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH)

15:00 Intermission 15:10

1017

(Invited) Process and Integration of Dielectrics Required for 10nm and Beyond Scaling – R. D. Clark, K. Tapily, S. Consiglio, T. Hakamata, D. O’Meara, C. S. Wajda, and G. J. Leusink (TEL Technology Center, America, LLC)

15:40

1018

(Invited) High-k Materials and Embedded Nanocrystals for Electronic and Photonic Applications – J. Heitmann (Institute of Applied Physics,TU Bergakademie Freiberg)

16:10

1019

Ta-Mo Isomorphous Alloy Systems for Metal Gate Apllications – H. Y. Yu, Y. J. Deng, and Y. S. Lai (National United University)

16:30

Concluding Remarks

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center D01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Durga Misra, Zhi David Chen, and Yaw S. Obeng •

1020

Effect of Gate Oxide Thickness on Negative Bias Temperature Instability in p-Mosfet with Sion Gate Dielectrics – H. Kim, Y. Hwang (Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.), and K. P. Lee (Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd)

1021

(Invited) Tunnel-Barrier Rectifiers for Optical Nantennas – I. Z. Mitrovic, A. D. Weerakkody, N. Sedghi, S. Hall, J. F. Ralph, J. S. Wrench, P. R. Chalker (University of Liverpool), Z. Luo, and S. Beeby (University of Southampton)

Dry and Wet Processed Interface Layer in Ge/High-K Devices Studied By Deep Level Transient Spectroscopy – Y. M. Ding and D. Misra (New Jersey Institute of Technology)

1022

(Invited) Photocurrents in Topological Insulators Based on Hgte – K. M. Dantscher and S. D. Ganichev (University of Regensburg)

Degradation in Pmosfet during Off-State Stress – S. Park (Sungkyunkwan University, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd), I. Kim (Samsung Electronics Co.ltd), and Y. Roh (Sungkyunkwan University)

1023

Low Thermal Budget Microwave Annealing for Nisige Schottky Junction Device – H. H. Li (National United University), Y. H. Tsai (National Chiao-Tung University), Y. H. Lin (National United University), and C. H. Chien (National Chiao-Tung University)

1024

Effect of Cu Drift on Dielectric Breakdown for Porous Low Dielectric Constant Film Under Static and Dynamic Stress – Y. L. Cheng, Y. L. Huang (National Chi-Nan University), C. R. Sun, and W. H. Lee (National Cheng-Kung University)

Intermission

(Invited) Doped Titania Oxide Nanotubes for Photoelectochemical Water Splitting – Q. Liu, D. Ding (Shanghai Jiao Tong University), C. Ning (Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, CAS), and Z. Dong (Shanghai Jiao Tong University) A Study of Electrical and Optical Properties of Boron-Doped Amorphous Silicon Deposited By RF-PECVD with Different B2H6/H2 Flow Rates – G. Dushaq (Masdar Institute for Science and Technology), N. El-Atab, M. Rasras (Masdar Institute of Science and Technology), and A. Nayfeh (Masdar Institue of Science and Technology)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


1025

Numerical Investigation on Atomic Migration Effect on Thermal Conductivity of Al/Cu Interface Structures in Electronic Interconnection Packaging – L. Zhang, P. Yang (Jiangsu University), and D. Ge (School of Mechanical Engineering, Jiangsu University)

1026

Electrical Properties and Nanoresistive Switching of Ni-HfO2-Si Capacitors – H. García (UNIVERSIDAD DE VALLADOLID), M. Gonzalez (IMB-CNM), C. Vaca, H. Castán, S. Dueñas (UNIVERSIDAD DE VALLADOLID), F. Campabadal. (IMBCNM), E. MIranda (UNIVERSITAT AUTONOMA DE BARCELONA), and L. Bailon (UNIVERSIDAD DE VALLADOLID)

1027

Effects of Precursor Flow Rates on Characteristics of Low-K Sioc(H) Film Deposited By Plasma-Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition – C. W. Huang Sr. and Y. L. Cheng (National Chi-Nan University)

1028

1029 BaTiO3 Film Grown By Water-Based Process – S. F. H. Alhasan (Electrical and Computer Eng.,UCF, University of Technology , Baghdad), H. Abouelkhair (Department of Physics,UCF), R. E. Peale (Department of Physics, University of Central Florida), and I. O. Oladeji (SISOM Thin Films LLC)

D02

11:00

1035

CMP Control Systems – 13:10 – 16:00 Co-Chair: G. Bahar Basim 13:10

1036

Advanced Process Control for Variability Control in Chemical Mechanical Polishing Process – D. R. Koli, R. Wan Hsiang Liang (Globalfoundries), and H. J. Kim (GLOBALFOUNDRIES)

13:30

1037

A Novel Light Scattering Analysis Method for Monitoring Undiluted CMP Slurry – M. A. Fury, M. F. Klein, P. Burlison, and R. Wakefield (Vantage Technology Corporation)

13:50

1038

Mixed Strategy Combination of Pressure and Velocity Control for Chemical Mechanical Planarization of Patterned Wafers – A. Chandra (Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Iowa State University), A. Bastawros (Dept. of Aerospace Engineering, Iowa State University), K. C. Wu (Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Iowa State University), and P. Karra (Allen School of Engineering, Trine University)

14:10

1039

Bubble Tolerant Liquid Management – A. Young (Malema Engineering Corp.)

Performance Enhancement of Metal Floating Gate Memory By Using a Bandgap Engineered High-k Tunneling Barrier – D. Jiang (Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chengdu University of Information Technology), L. Jin, G. Chen, Z. Tang, and Z. Huo (Chinese Academy of Sciences)

14:30 1040

Advanced Carriers on Legacy CMP Tools - an Intelligent Solution for Flexible Production Environments and R&D Labs – K. C. Gottfried (Fraunhofer ENAS), B. VanDevender, D. Trojan, P. Feeney (Axus Technology), I. Schubert, R. Junghans, R. Martinka, M. Franz (Fraunhofer ENAS), C. Rudolph, and H. Wachsmuth (Fraunhofer IZM-ASSID)

15:10

1041

Immersion Metrology for CMP Pad Monitoring – T. Moore (TDK) and A. Arasanz (Sensofar)

Dielectric Science and Technology Sapphire 411 B, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

08:30

Introductory Remarks

08:40

1030

Impact of Business Trends on Advanced CMP Process Technology Development – R. Rhoades (Entrepix Inc, Entrepix, Inc.)

09:00

1031

(Invited) Combined Gas Cluster Ion Beam (GCIB) and Chemical-Mechanical Planarization (CMP) Process for Replacement Metal Gate (RMG) Application – W. T. Tseng, J. Long, K. Mohan, C. Wu, and T. Kagalwala (GLOBALFOUNDRIES)

09:40

15:30

1032

Ru Film Characterization Correlated to Advanced CMP Slurry Performance – M. Stender, B. Derecskei, and J. A. Schlueter (Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.)

10:20

1033

The Study on Keeping the Pad Surface Condition in W CMP Process – D. W. Oh (Memory Clean/CMP Technology Team, Samsung Electronics)

10:40

1034

A Ring Type Residue Formation in Post Cu CMP Cleaning – H. Kim, D. H. Liim, J. Moon, J. Y. Kim, H. Hwang (Memory Clean/CMP Technology Team, Samsung Electronics), and T. Kim (Sungkyunkwan University, SAINT & ME)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

Open Discussion of CMP Technology

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center D02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

1042

Non-Prestonian Behavior Study and Development of Advanced Oxide Polish Slurry for Stop-In-Film Applications – H. Zhou, K. Murella, J. Hughes, and M. O’Neill (Air Products & Chemicals)

1043

Development of Cobalt Chemical Mechanical Planarization Slurries By Electrochemical/ Surface Analytical Screening and Polishing Studies – M. G. Theivanayagam, H. Wang, J. Cohen, M. VanHanehem, T. Sabo, and S. DeNardi (Dow Electronic Materials, The Dow Chemical Company)

Morning Break

10:00

Afternoon Break

14:50

Chemical Mechanical Polishing 14

CMP Applications and Integration – 08:30 – 11:40 Co-Chair: Gautam Banerjee

(Invited) Study on Cu Surface Flake Generation Mechanism of 1x Nm Cu CMP Process – J. C. Yang, S. Baral, S. G. Ahn, and G. Yocum (Globalfoundries US)

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Wednesday, June 1


E02

1044

Role of Cerium Oxide Surface Chemistry in Adsorption of Polyacrylic Acid in CMP Slurries – S. Saraf (Advanced Materials Processing and Analysis Center, University of Central Florida), A. Mesbahi (University of Central Florida), J. Harper (Department of Chemistry, University of Central Florida), and S. Seal (University of Central Florida, Advanced Materials Processing and Analysis Center)

Three-Dimensional Electrodeposition and Electroless Deposition

Wednesday, June 1

08:40

1098

1099

Locomotive Studies on Electrodeposited Bimetallic Microtubular Motors for pH Sensing – J. G. S. Moo, H. Wang, and M. Pumera (Nanyang Technological University)

Deposition Methods – 13:20 – 16:50 Co-Chair: Christian L. Arrington

1108

(Invited) Electrochemical Synthesis of High Strength Regular Metal Foams and 3D Micro-Lattices – M. Mieszala, M. Hasegawa (EMPA), S. Mischler (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne EPFL), J. Michler, and L. Philippe (EMPA)

Composition Control of Cu2ZnSnS4 Thin Films in Electrodeposition – A. Tang, F. Wang (Beijing University of Chemical Technology), and Z. Li (Beijing University of Chemical Techonology)

14:10

1109

Microstructural Investigation of Pulse Electroplated Copper Trenches Deposited with Organic Additives – J. B. Marro (Clemson University, University of Central Florida), A. Kapat (University of Central Florida), T. Darroudi (Advanced Materials Research laboratory), C. A. Okoro, Y. S. Obeng (National Institute of Standards and Technology), and K. A. Richardson (University of Central Florida, Clemson University)

Electroless Deposition of Platinum Using Multivalent Metal Ions As Reducing Agents – E. Norkus, A. Jagminiene, I. Stankeviciene, L. Tamasauskaite-Tamasiunaite (Center for Physical Sciences and Technology), A. Joi, Y. Dordi (Corporate Technology Development, Lam Research), V. Buzas, L. Maciulis (NanoAvionics, JSC), and L. Tumonis (Center for Physical Sciences and Technology)

14:30

1110

Magnetic Field and Substrate Effects on the Electrodeposition of High Magnetostrictive Cofe Films – J. R. Pillars, E. Langlois, C. L. Arrington, and T. Monson (Sandia National Laboratories)

09:20

1101

Deposition of Pt Nanoparticles on Ni Foam Via Galvanic Displacement – L. Tamasauskaite-Tamasiunaite, A. Zabielaite, A. Balciunaite, B. Sebeka, I. Stalnioniene (Center for Physical Sciences and Technology), V. Buzas, L. Maciulis (NanoAvionics, JSC), L. Tumonis, and E. Norkus (Center for Physical Sciences and Technology)

14:50 Break 15:10

1111

First-Principle Theory to Understand Autocatalysis in Electroless Cu Deposition – M. Zhao, R. Akolkar, and A. B. Anderson (Case Western Reserve University)

15:30

1112

Area-Selective Electroless Deposition of Gold Nanostructures with Various Morphologies on Silicon Assisted By Focused Ion Beam Irradiation – H. Itasaka, M. Nishi, M. Shimizu, and K. Hirao (Kyoto University)

15:50

1113

Morphology and Electrical Properties of Copper Thin Films Electroplated on Ni/ n+-Si(100) for Silicon Solar Contact – M. Mebarki, A. Moussi (CRTSE, 2, Bd Frantz Fanon, BP 140-Alger, 7-M, Algérie), A. Azizi, M. R. Khelladi (L.C.I.M.N, Université Ferhat Abbas, Sétif 19000, Algeria), and L. Mahiou (CRTSE, 2, Bd Frantz Fanon, BP 140-Alger, 7-M, Algérie)

16:10

1114

Investigation on Process Parameters on the Adhesion of Electroless Ni-P Film on Silane Compound Modified Si Wafer – C. W. Hsu, W. Y. Wang (National Tsing-Hua University), and T. C. Wei (National Tsing Hua University)

16:30

1115

Effect of Different Solvents on AminosilaneCompound Modification and Its Influence on the Adhesion Between Electroless Nickel/ Phosphorous Film and Silicon Wafer – W. Y. Wang, C. W. Hsu (National Tsing-Hua University), and T. C. Wei (National Tsing Hua University)

Break

10:00

1102

Electroless Metallization of Stereolithographic Photocurable Resins for 3D Printing – R. Bernasconi, C. Credi, G. Natale, M. Tironi, M. Levi, and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano)

10:20

1103

Characterization and Metrology of Gold and Copper Electroplated Stylus Ion Traps – C. L. Arrington, A. E. Hollowell, J. R. Pillars (Sandia National Laboratories), V. Singh (LSU Center for Advanced Microstructures and Devices CAMD), P. Finnegan, and C. St. John (Sandia National Laboratories)

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1106

13:50

Electrodeposition and Stacking to Form 3D Hierarchically Porous Structures – D. B. Robinson, G. F. Garcia, R. K. Nishimoto, M. S. Bartsch, C. L. Arrington, G. M. Buffleben, and C. G. Jones (Sandia National Laboratories)

1104

11:20

(Invited) Progress on Electroless Atomic Layer Deposition – J. L. Stickney, D. M. Benson, and K. Jagannathan (The University of Georgia)

1100

10:40

3D Printing and Electroless Metallization of Microrobots for Biomedical Applications – R. Bernasconi, C. Credi, M. Levi, and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano)

1107

09:00

09:40

1105

13:20

Electrodeposition / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Aqua 307, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Deposition on 3D Substrates – 08:10 – 11:40 Co-Chair: David B. Robinson 08:10

11:00

Fabrication of Nano-Rod Structures By Cu Galvanic Displacement Reaction on Fe-NiCo Nanowires – X. Geng and E. J. Podlaha (Northeastern University)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


1125

Electrochemical Properties of Ni-TiO2/ NiO Nanocomposite in Amine-Containing Solutions at the Elevated Temperature – S. Kim and J. H. Kim (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology)

1126

The Role of Electrolyte Composition on Codeposited Ag and Cu – I. Karakaya (Middle East Technical University), F. Ulu (Hasselt University), G. Demirci (Aselsan Inc.), and M. Erdogan (Yildirim Beyazit University)

E02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chair: Jamin Ryan Pillars •

1116

Enhanced Catalytic Efficiency and CO Tolerance of Novel Pt Nanostructures Prepared By Pulsed Electrodeposition for Fuel Oxidation Reaction – P. C. Chen, C. K. Chuang, and T. K. Yeh (National Tsing Hua University)

1117

Electrodeposition of Three-Dimensional Vertically Aligned Nanotubes Array from Interfacial Gaps – L. Liu (Jiaxing University)

1118

The Influence of Blood Proteins on the Mobility of Self-Propelled Electrodeposited Microtubes – H. Wang, G. Zhao, and M. Pumera (Nanyang Technological University)

1119

1120

1121

1122

1123

1124

Electroless Deposition of Cobalt-TungstenBoron Films from Glycine Containing Solutions As Barrier Layer Against Cu Diffusion – E. Norkus, Z. Sukackienė, L. Tamasauskaite-Tamasiunaite, A. Naujokaitis, and V. Jasulaitiene (Center for Physical Sciences and Technology) Decoration of Fiber Structure Co with Pt or Au Nanoparticles for Catalytic Ppurposes – A. Zabielaite, K. Antanaviciute, A. Balciunaite, L. Tamasauskaite-Tamasiunaite, and E. Norkus (Center for Physical Sciences and Technology) Temperature Effect on Silver Electrodeposition in a Deep Eutectic Solvent – J. AldanaGonzález (1Departamento de Ingeniería Metalúrgica, ESIQIE-IPN), L. Botello (3Universidad Simón Bolívar, Departamento de Química), M. G. Montes de Oca-Yemha (Universidad Autónoma MetropolitanaAzcapotzalco), J. Mostany (3Universidad Simón Bolívar, Departamento de Química), M. A. Romero-Romo (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Azcapotzalco), E. Arce-Estrada (1Departamento de Ingeniería Metalúrgica, ESIQIE-IPN), and M. Palomar-Pardavé (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Azcapotzalco) The Effect of Pressurized Carbon Dioxide in Cathodic Deposition of Metal Oxide Films – T. F. M. Chang, C. Y. Chen (Tokyo Institute of Technology, CREST, JST), W. H. Lin, Y. J. Hsu (National Chiao Tung University), and M. Sone (Tokyo Institute of Technology, CREST, JST) Pulse Electroplating of Au Films with Ultra High Strength – C. Y. Chen (Tokyo Institute of Technology, CREST, JST), M. Yoshiba, H. Tang (Tokyo Institute of Technology), T. F. M. Chang, D. Yamane (Tokyo Institute of Technology, CREST, JST), K. Machida (NTT Advanced Technology Corporation, Tokyo Institute of Technology), K. Masu, and M. Sone (Tokyo Institute of Technology, CREST, JST) Effects of Organic Additives on Formation of Copper Pillar during Electroplating Process – Y. J. Lee (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH), Yonsei University), W. Y. Lee, D. R. Lee, S. H. Jin, and M. H. Lee (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH))

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

F01

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering General Session

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Aqua 309, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division Student Achievement Award Address Session – 08:20 – 09:00 Co-Chairs: John A. Staser and Douglas P. Riemer 08:20

1127

(Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division Student Achievement Award) Engineering the Ionic Polymer Phase Surface Properties of a PEM Fuel Cell Catalyst Layer – R. P. Dowd Jr. and T. V. Nguyen (The University of Kansas)

Morning Session – 09:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: John A. Staser and Douglas P. Riemer 09:00

1128 Pt/TiO2-CNX Gas-Diffusion Electrode Used in Electrodeposition of Manganese Dioxide for Saving Energy – J. Tang Jr. and H. Meng Sr. (University of Science and Technology Beijing)

09:20

1129

Fabrication of Photocatalytic Al-TiO2 Coatings By Composite Electrodeposition and Anodization – M. Miyake, A. Takahashi, T. Ikenoue, and T. Hirato (Kyoto University)

09:40

1130

Electrochemical Formation of RE-Zn (RE=Dy, Nd) Alloys Using Liquid Zn Electrodes in a Molten LiCl-KCl System – H. Konishi, H. Ono, E. Takeuchi (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University), T. Nohira (Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University), and T. Oishi (AIST (Japan))

10:00

1131

Electropolishing of an Fe-Ni-Co Alloy in Acetic Acid-Perchloric Acid Mixture – Y. Aksu (Gazi University, Middle East Technical University), M. Erdogan (Yildirim Beyazit University), G. Demirci (Aselsan Inc.), and I. Karakaya (Middle East Technical University)

10:20

Break

10:40

1132

Electrochemical Removal of NOx on PtBa Impregnated Lscf/GDC Electrode – X. Wang (Department of Thermal Engineering, Tsinghua University), X. Y. Shi (Department of thermal engineering in tsinghua university), W. Alexandre (CNRS-IRCELYON), J. P. Viricelle, M. Rieu (EMSE), and P. Vernoux (CNRS-IRCELYON)

11:00

1133

Electrochemical Fluorination of Uranium to UF6 – M. J. Martinez-Rodriguez, L. C. Olson, J. R. Gray, and B. L. Garcia-Diaz (Savannah River National Laboratory)

139

Wednesday, June 1

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center


11:20

11:40

1134

1135

Role of Elastic Strain on Electrocatalysis of Hydrogen Evolution Reaction – K. Yan, A. Khorshidi, P. R. Guduru, and A. A. Peterson (Brown University) Analysis of a Hydrogen Pump Driven Refrigeration Cycle – R. M. Darling (United Technologies Research Center)

Afternoon Session – 14:00 – 17:00 Co-Chairs: John A. Staser and Douglas P. Riemer 14:00

1136

Electrochromic Device for Reversible Color Change Three Different Operating States – K. Jeong and J. L. Lee (POSTECH)

14:20

1137

Nickel Electrodeposits As a Model Material to Study Abrasive Waterjet Machining – M. Mieszala (EMPA), P. Lozano Torrubia (University of Nottingham), S. Mischler (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne EPFL), D. A. Axinte (University of Nottingham), J. Michler, and L. Philippe (EMPA)

14:40

Wednesday, June 1

15:00

15:20

1138

1139

1140

Electrochemical Mineralization of Synthetic Human Urine and Simultaneous H2 generation from an Electrolysis Cell Containing a Ni(II) Cyclam-Modified Nanoparticulate TiO2 Anode and a Pt Cathode – S. V. A. Munguía-Galván, S. Murcio-Hernández (CIDETEQ), T. PérezSegura, S. Gutiérrez-Granados (Universidad de Guanajuato), G. Carreño (DIVISIÓN DE INGENIERÍAS UNIVERSIDAD DE GUANAJUATO), J. J. Perez, F. EspejelAyala, A. Rodríguez-García, and J. Manríquez (CIDETEQ) (Science for Solving Society’s Problems Challenge Grant Winner) In-Situ Electrochemical Generation of the Fenton Reagent for the Treatment of Human Wastewater – L. A. Godinez Mora-Tovar, F. J. Rodriguez Valadez, O. Garcia, D. Fernandez, and A. I. Zarate (Cideteq)

F01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

1144

Nickel and Gold Coatings of Germanium and Kovar Substrates – I. Karakaya (Middle East Technical University), Y. Cetin (Turkish Atomic Energy Authority), G. Demirci (Aselsan Inc.), and M. Erdogan (Yildirim Beyazit University)

1145

Electrocoagulation Process Coupled to an Advanced Oxidation Process (Ozonation) Applied to Industrial Wastewater – M. A. García-Morales, J. C. González Juárez (Instituto Tecnológico de Toluca), C. Barrera-Díaz, G. Roa-Morales (CCIQS UAEM-UNAM), E. Martín del Campo Lopez (Facultad de Química UAEMex), and P. D. Sánchez Bobadilla (Universidad Politécnica del Valle de Toluca)

G02

Silicon Compatible Materials, Processes, and Technologies for Advanced Integrated Circuits and Emerging Applications 6 Electronics and Photonics Indigo 206, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

A Historical Perspective on Integrated Circuits – 08:00 – 08:40 Co-Chairs: Vijay Narayanan and P. J. Timans 08:00

1202

16:00

1141

Quantifying Individual Potential Contributions for Hydrogen Production in the Hybrid Sulfur Electrolyzer – T. R. Garrick, A. Gulledge (University of South Carolina), J. A. Staser (Chemical Engineering), B. C. Benicewicz, and J. W. Weidner (University of South Carolina)

16:20

1142

Simulation Study of Electrolyte Flow and Slime Particle Transport in a Newly Designed Copper Electrorefining Cell – W. Zeng, M. L. Free (University of Utah), and S. Wang (Rio Tinto Kennecott Utah Copper)

16:40

1143

Black Liquor Electrolysis for Hydrogen and Lignin Extraction – R. C. P. Oliveira (CeFEMA, Instituto Superior Tecnico, ULisboa), M. Mateus (CERENA, Instituto Superior Tecnico, ULisboa), and D. M. F. Santos (CeFEMA, Instituto Superior Tecnico, ULisboa)

(Special Invited Talk) Transistors, Integrated Circuits and Nano-Technology: A Historical Review – H. R. Huff (Retired)

Alternate Channel Materials and Devices – 08:40 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Zia Karim and P. J. Timans 08:40

1203

(Invited) Formation of Unpinned High-K/ Si Interfaces on Ingaas and Sige Channels – A. Kummel, M. Edmonds, S. Park, K. Sardashti, S. Wolf, B. Fruhberger (University of California, San Diego), R. Droopad (Texas State University), M. Chang, J. Kachian, L. Dong, N. Yoshida, C. N. Ni (Applied Materials), D. Alvarez Jr., J. Spiegelman (Rasirc), S. Madisetti, S. Oktyabrsky (College of NanoScience SUNY), S. Siddiqui, and B. Sahu (Global Foundries)

09:20

1204

Effect of Post Plasma Oxidation on Ge Gate Stacks Interface Formation – S. Mukhopadhyay, S. Mitra, Y. M. Ding, D. Misra (New Jersey Institute of Technology), K. Tapily (TEL Technology Centre, America, LLC), R. D. Clark, S. Consiglio, C. S. Wajda, and G. J. Leusink (TEL Technology Center, America, LLC)

Study of the Influence of the Operational Parameters on the Photo-Electro-Fenton Performance of an Industrial Waste-Water Treatment Prototype – I. Robles and L. A. Godinez Mora-Tovar (CIDETEQ)

15:40 Break

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Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center

09:40 Break

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


10:40

1205

1206

(Invited) CMOS Compatible High Performance IIIV Devices Opportunities and Challenges – Y. Sun, A. Majumdar, C. W. Cheng, R. Bruce, K. T. Shiu, J. B. Yau (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center), D. Farmer, Y. Zhu (IBM T. J. Watson Research Center), M. Hopstaken (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center), M. M. Frank, T. Ando (IBM T. J. Watson Research Center), K. T. Lee, J. Rozen, D. K. Sadana (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center), V. Narayanan (IBM T. J. Watson Research Center), R. T. Mo, and E. Leobandung (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center) Source/Drain Contact Resistance Reduction through Al-Doped ZnO Interlayer to MetalInterlayer-GaAs Contact Structure – S. H. Kim, G. S. Kim, S. W. Kim, and H. Y. Yu (Korea University)

10:10

1247

Mechanism of Hump Phenomenon in the I-V Characteristics of Amorphous in-Ga-Zn-O Thin Film Transistors Under Positive Bias and Illumination Stress – Y. J. Cho, Y. H. Lee, W. S. Kim (POSTECH), B. K. Kim, K. T. Park (LG Display), and O. Kim (POSTECH)

10:30

1248

Effect of the Deposition Temperature and Thermal-Annealing on the I-V Characteristics of Low-Temperature-Processed Polycrystalline ZnO and Amorphous InGaZnO TFTs – A. Tari and W. S. Wong (University of Waterloo)

10:50

Break

11:00

1249

Scaling Behavior of Amorphous in-Zn-O Thin Film Transistors with High Mobility over 35 cm2/Vsec – S. Lee (Baylor University) and D. C. Paine (Brown University)

11:20

1250

Investigation on Alumina Passivation for Improved Igzo TFT Performance – 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)

1251

Ultra-Small ZnO Nanoparticles for Charge Storage in Mos-Memory Devices – N. El-Atab (Masdar Institute of Science and Technology) and A. Nayfeh (Masdar Institue of Science and Technology)

11:00

1207

Oxidation Characteristics of InAs Surface in Wet Chemical Treatment – J. Na, D. Seo, J. Lee, and S. Lim (Dept. Chemical and Biomolecular Eng. Yonsei University)

11:20

1208

Study of Electrostatics and Transport Properties of Multigate Graded Nanowire Channel Mosfets – Q. D. M. Khosru, S. U. Z. Khan, and K. Datta (Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology)

11:40

11:40

1209

Determination of Antiphase Domain Boundary Annihilation Rate in GaAs on Si(001) and the Influence of MOCVD Growth Temperature – C. S. C. Barrett, T. P. Martin (University of Florida), X. Y. Bao, P. Martin, E. Sanchez (Applied Materials), and K. S. Jones (University of Florida)

Oxides III – 13:30 – 15:00 Co-Chair: Soohwan Jang

H01

Wide Bandgap Semiconductor Materials and Devices 17

1252

Optical and Electric Properties of Cu-Doped ZnO Films Grown on MgO (100) Substrate – M. Y. Ho, M. C. Wen, L. Chang, and M. Chou (National Sun Yat-Sen University)

13:50

1253

Electrodeposition of Doped ZnO Layer Using Three Different Dopant (Properties and structure) – M. A. Saeed (A’Sharqiyah University)

14:10

1254

ZnO Nanowires Synthesis and Characterization – P. H. Tsai and C. Y. Wang (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology)

14:30

1255

Anchoring Molecules on the Surface of ZnO and Effects on Intergranular Transport Properties – J. Gamon (Institut de Recherche de Chimie Paris, Solvay, Research and Innovation Center of Paris), P. Barboux (Institut de Recherche de Chimie ParisCNRS), D. Giaume (Institut de Recherche de Chimie Paris-CNRS), T. Le Mercier (Solvay, Research and Innovation Center of Paris), and T. Le Bahers (Laboratoire de Chimie, ENS de Lyon)

Electronics and Photonics Aqua 310 B, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Oxides I – 08:00 – 09:50 Co-Chair: Nadia A. El-Masry 08:00

1243

(Invited) Green Synthesis of Wide Band Gap Single-Crystalline Oxide Semiconductors for Green Innovation – S. Fujita (Kyoto University)

08:30

1244

(Invited) Development of β-Ga2O3 Materials – J. Speck (University of California Santa Barbara)

09:00

1245

(Invited) Gallium Oxide Based Materials and Devices – D. Jena (Cornell University)

09:30

Break

Oxides II – 09:50 – 12:00 Co-Chair: Vidhya Chakrapani 09:50

13:30

1246

Effect of Light Intensity and Wavelength on a-Ingazno Thin Film Transistors Under Negative Bias Illumination Stress – W. S. Kim, Y. H. Lee, Y. J. Cho (POSTECH), B. K. Kim, K. T. Park (LG Display), and O. Kim (POSTECH)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

14:50

Break

Oxides IV – 15:00 – 16:20 Co-Chair: John M. Zavada 15:00

1256

Role of Defects in Enhancing the Electrochemical Properties of Transition Metal Oxide – V. Chakrapani (Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute) and Q. Wang (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

15:20

1257

Formation and Characterization of Copper Oxide Nanowires through Thermal Oxidation – H. M. Hsu and K. C. Lu (National Cheng Kung University) 141

Wednesday, June 1

10:00


15:40

16:00

09:00

1259

Black Phosphorous 2 – 10:00 – 11:50 Co-Chair: Shu Ping Lau

The SnO2 nanowires Synthesis and Characterization – F. C. Lu and C. Y. Wang (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology)

09:30

H01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00

Wednesday, June 1

1260

Investigation of SiC Polytypes for PVT Process Control Using Ultraviolet Fluorescence Technique – S. M. Jeong, J. Y. Yoon, H. S. Choi, D. S. Byeon (Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering and Technology), E. Jung (Materials Science and Engineering, Yonsei University), Y. J. Kwon, J. Kim, Y. Kim, W. S. Seo, and M. H. Lee (Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering and Technology)

1261

Hardness Improvement of Chalcogenide Glasses – B. J. Park (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute)

1262

Thermal-Structural Optimization of Light with LED Packaging – L. Zhang (Jiangsu University) and D. Ge (School of Mechanical Engineering, Jiangsu University)

1263

The Integration of Functional Oxide Thin Film with GaAs By Laser Molecular Beam Epitaxy – H. Wen (SK Lab of Electronic Thin Films and Integrated Devices)

1264

Mechanical Analysis of Stretchable AlGaN/ GaN High Electron Mobility Transistors – R. P. Tompkins (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), I. Mahaboob, S. ShahedipourSandvik (SUNY Polytechnic Institute), and N. Lazarus (U.S. Army Research Laboratory)

H03

1265

1266

Application of TiO2 Nanowires As Wide Gap Semiconductor Material in the Heterogeneous Catalysis of Benzophenone-4 – F. Díaz, F. Márquez, L. Soto-Vázquez, K. Rivera, and F. Rolón (Universidad del Turabo) Effect of Ba on Spectral Broadening of Blue Sr5(PO4)3cl:Ce3+ phosphor for a High ColorRendering Index – G. D. Edossa (Adama Science and Technology University, Adama, Ethiopia)

Properties and Applications of 2-Dimensional Layered Materials Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology / Nanocarbons Indigo 202 B, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Black Phosphorous 1 – 08:10 – 10:00 Co-Chair: Lain-Jong Li 08:10

1307

Black Phosphorus: New Opportunities in Electronic Device Applications – D. Yin and Y. Yoon (University of Waterloo)

08:30

1308

(Invited) Phosphorene Transistors - a Brief Review – K. Xiong, X. Luo, and J. C. M. Hwang (Lehigh University)

142

(Invited) Strain Engineering in Ultrathin Black Phosphorus – Y. Li and S. P. Lau (The Hong Hong Polytechnic University) Break

10:00

1310

(Invited) Novel Electronic and Photonic Applications of Anisotropic Black Phosphorus – H. Wang (University of Southern California)

10:30

1311

(Invited) Controlling the Band Structure of Black Phosphorus – K. S. Kim (Pohang University of Science and Technology)

11:00

1312

(Invited) Growth of Hexagonal Boron Nitride and Its in-Plane Heterostructures with Graphene – H. S. Shin (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology)

11:30

1313

Simultaneous Intercalation and OxidantFree Polymerization of Pyrrole Between 2D Titanium Carbide (MXene) for High Performance Pseudocapacitive Electrodes – M. Boota, B. Anasori, C. Voigt (Drexel University), M. Q. Zhao (Drexel Univerisity), M. W. Barsoum, and Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University)

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center

1309

1258 TiO2 Nanoparticles Synthesis from a Ti Alloy Foil By Electrochemical Method in Aqueous Electrolyte – D. Ortega-Díaz, D. Fernandez (CIDETEQ), and E. Pelaez-Abellan (Universidad de La Habana)

Simulation – 13:30 – 15:30 Co-Chair: Xiaodong Cui 13:30

1314

(Invited) Effects of Van Der Waals Interaction in 2D Layered Material FETs and Their Device Performance Benchmark – G. Liang (National University of Singapore)

14:00

1315

(Invited) Interplay of Charge and Lattice Distortion in Few Layers of Transition Metal Dichalcogenides – M. Y. Chou (Academia Sinica, Georgia Institute of Technology)

14:30

1316

(Invited) Predictive Modeling in 2D Materials: Morphology, Defects, Synthesis – B. I. Yakobson (Rice University)

15:00

Break

Electronics and Devices 4 – 15:30 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Gengchiau Liang and Lain-Jong Li 15:30

1317

(Invited) Spin-Valley Coupling in Monolayer Transition Metal Dichalcogenides – X. Cui (University of Hong Kong)

16:00

1318

(Invited) Graphene Plasmonics: PlasmonPlasmon Hybridization and Chemical Sensing – D. Farmer, P. Avouris, and S. J. Han (IBM T. J. Watson Research Center)

16:30

1319

(Invited) Direct Template-Less Synthesis of Oriented Sub-10 Nm Semiconducting Graphene Nanoribbons with Smooth Armchair Edges on Ge(001) – M. S. Arnold (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


17:20

I02

1320

1321

Low-Resistance Contacts for Single-Layered MoS2 n-FETs By Hydrogen Plasma – A. Y. Lu (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology), C. C. Cheng (National Chiao Tung University), M. C. Chen (National Applied Research Laboratories), M. Y. Li (Research Center for Applied Sciences, Academia Sinica), M. H. Chiu (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology), C. L. Hsu (Research Center for Applied Sciences, Academia Sinica), J. K. Huang, Y. Shi, and L. J. Li (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology)

10:40

1375

Nanostructuring and Oxygen Anion Transport in Double Perovskite LnBa0.5Sr0.5CO2XFexO5+d (Ln = Gd and Pr) Electrode Materials for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – U. Anjum and M. A. Haider (Indian Institute of Technology Delhi)

11:00

1376

Metal Oxide Nanofiber Calcination Studied By Environmental TEM – W. Zhang and S. B. Simonsen (Technical University of Denmark)

Passivating Defects and Tunning the Schottky Barrier for Two-Dimensional Semiconductors – Y. Liu, P. Stradins, and S. Wei (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

11:30

Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics 10

High Temperature Materials / Energy Technology Indigo Ballroom C, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Oxygen Electrodes III – 08:00 – 11:30 Co-Chairs: Helena Téllez and Jason D. Nicholas 08:00

1368

Oxygen Reduction Reaction Kinetics of PrBaCo2O5+ As SOFC Cathode – N. Zhang (Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Department, WVU), W. Li, and X. Liu (West Virginia University)

08:20

1369

Electrochemical Performance and Durability of (Pr1-xNdx)2NiO4 As the Cathode for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – E. Dogdibegovic (University of South Carolina), W. Guan (Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology and Engineering), C. J. Wright, and X. D. Zhou (University of South Carolina)

08:40

09:00

09:20

1370

1371

1372

09:40

Chromium Poisoning Effects on Surface Exchange Kinetics of La0.6Sr0.4Co0.2Fe0.8O3-X – Y. L. Huang, C. Pellegrinelli (University of Maryland), C. Xiong (Huazhong University of Science and Technology, University of Maryland Energy Research Center), and E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland Energy Research Center) Thermodynamically and Electrochemically Activated Oxygen Surface Exchange Process in Lscf As Solid Oxide Fuel Cathode – X. Zhang and X. Liu (West Virginia University) Microstructural Modelling and Simulation of Mixed Conducting SOFC Cathodes – J. Joos (IAM-WET, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), T. Carraro (Institute f. Applied Mathematics, Heidelberg University), A. Weber, and E. Ivers-Tiffée (IAM-WET, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)) Break

10:00

1373

Electrochemical Reduction of NO2 – J. Shao (Shenzhen University), P. Holtappels (Technical University of Denmark), and K. K. Hansen (DTU Energy Conversion, Technical University of Denmark)

10:20

1374

Thermal Properties of Perovskite-Type Oxides La0.6Sr0.4Co1-XFexO3-d (0 < x < 1.0) – Y. C. Shin, S. I. Hashimoto, K. Yashiro (Tohoku University, Japan), K. Amezawa (Tohoku University), and T. Kawada (Tohoku University, Japan)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

11:20

Break

Solid Ionic Conductors I – 11:30 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: John T. S. Irvine and Turgut M. Gur 1377

(Invited) Studies of Hydride Ion Conduction – J. T. S. Irvine (University of St. Andrews)

12:10 Intermission 14:00

1378

(Invited) Overview on the Application of Solid State Electrolytes in Li-Ion Batteries and Beyond – J. Xiao (University of Arkansas)

14:40

1379

The Fabrication Garnet-Type Li7La3Zr2O12 Solid Electrolyte Materials – X. Zhang and J. W. Fergus (Auburn University)

15:00

1380

Thermal and Chemical Expansion of Proton-Conducting Ceramics BaCexZr0.9XY0.1O3-d (x=0 and 0.2) – G. Hudish (CoorsTek Inc. Golden USA), S. Ricote (Mechanical Eng. Dept., Colorado School Of Mines), and G. Coors (CoorsTek Inc. Golden USA)

15:20

1381

Correlation Studies of Electrochemical and Crystallographic Properties on SOFC and Soec Related Materials By Simultaneous EIS and XRD in-Operando Measurements – F. Napolitano, A. Montenegro-Hernández (CONICET-Centro Atómico Bariloche-CNEA, Argentina), J. F. Basbus (Centro Atómico Bariloche, CNEA, Argentina), M. D. Arce, L. V. Mogni, and A. Serquis (CONICET-Centro Atómico Bariloche-CNEA, Argentina)

15:40 Break 16:00

1382

(Invited) Ion Conducting Oxides for Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage – E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland Energy Research Center)

16:40

1383

(Invited) Probing Oxide Ion Transport in Fluorite and Perovskite Oxides for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – K. D. Bagarinao, H. Kishimoto, T. Ishiyama, T. Horita (Natl Inst of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), H. Yokokawa (The University of Tokyo, Natl Inst of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), and K. Yamaji (Natl Inst of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)

17:20

1384

Grain Boundary Engineering in Solid-State Ionic Conductors – C. R. Stoldt and I. Lisenker (University of Colorado-Boulder)

143

Wednesday, June 1

17:00


Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center

1393

First-Principles Investigation of the Surface Reactivity and Electronic Property of DopantPromoted SrTiO3 Catalysts for SOFC Anode Application – H. C. Ham (Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST)), H. S. Kim (Korea institute of science and technology), S. P. Yoon, J. Han, and S. W. Nam (Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST))

1394

Conductivity of La0.9M0.1NbO4(M=Sm, Gd, Yb) As High Temperature Proton Conductors – Y. Cao, N. Q. Duan (Huazhong University of Science and Technology), and C. Xiong (Huazhong University of Science & Technology)

1395

Performance Evaluation of Solid Oxide Carbon Fuel Cells Operating on Steam Gasified Carbon Fuels – T. H. Lim, J. W. Lee, S. B. Lee, S. J. Park, and R. H. Song (Korea Institute of Energy Research)

I02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

Wednesday, June 1

1385

1386

1387

1388

1389

Effect of Co/Fe Ratio and Microstructural Design on the Structural and Electrical Properties of Mixed Conducting BaSrCo1XFexO3-X – K. Z. Fung (Dept. of Materials Sci, National Cheng Kung U, Taiwan), S. Y. Tsai (Research Ctr for Energy Tech/Strategy, Nat Cheng Kung U), C. T. Ni (Dept. of Materials Sci , National Cheng Kung U, Taiwan), S. Y. Lo, and T. T. Chen (Dept of Materials Science, National Cheng Kung University) Characterization of Nanostructured Ni-Doped (Ce,Gd)O2-D Anodes for IntermediateTemperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (ITSOFC) – A. Fernandez Zuvich (Centro Atómico Bariloche-CNEA, Argentina), A. Soldati, F. Napolitano (CONICET-Centro Atómico Bariloche-CNEA, Argentina), S. Larrondo (CONICET, Laboratorio de Procesos Catalíticos, FIUBA, Argentina), M. Saleta (Brazilian Synchrotron Light Laboratory (LNLS)), D. G. Lamas (CONICET), A. Caneiro, M. D. Arce, and A. Serquis (CONICET-Centro Atómico Bariloche-CNEA, Argentina) Effect of Cobalt-Doped Electrolyte on the Electrochemical Performance of Lscfo/Cgo Interfaces – L. C. Baqué (CONICET-Centro Atómico Bariloche-CNEA, Argentina), K. Padmasree (Cinvestav Unidad Saltillo, Mexico), M. A. Ceniceros Reyes (CIQA, Saltillo, México), H. Troiani, M. D. Arce, A. Serquis, and A. Soldati (CONICET-Centro Atómico Bariloche-CNEA, Argentina) The Cathodic Behavior of Doped Pr2NiO4 Cathode for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell with Lsgm As Electrolyte – J. Xie (China University of Petroleum Beijing), S. Ban (China university of petroleum), H. Zhou (China University of Petroleum Beijing), and T. Ishihara (wpiI2CNER, Kyushu University) Effect of Thermal Treatment on Structural/ Electrical Properties of Protective Oxides for SOFC Metallic Interconnects – S. Y. Tsai (Dept of Materials Sci, National Cheng Kung U, Taiwan), K. Z. Fung (Dept. of Materials Sci, National Cheng Kung U, Taiwan), and C. T. Ni (Dept. of Materials Sci , National Cheng Kung U, Taiwan)

1390

Internal Partial Pressure and Durability of Bcy Based Protonic Ceramic Fuel Cells As a Function of Electrolyte Thickness – H. T. Lim (Changwon National University)

1391

Fabrication of Tubular Ceramics Consisting of a Solid Electrolyte and Various Thin Film Ceramic Membranes By Rotational Additive Manufacturing (RAM) – B. Emley and Y. Yao (University of Houston)

1392

Layered Perovskite Electrodes with High Performance and Durability for Solid Oxide Electrolysis – A. Jun and G. Kim (Department of Energy Engineering, UNIST, South Korea)

144

I03

Hydrogen and Oxygen Evolution Catalysis for Water Electrolysis 2 Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Indigo 204 A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Alkaline Electrolysis: OER III/HER – 08:05 – 12:30 Co-Chairs: Hui Xu and Jia X. Wang 08:05

Introductory Remarks

08:10

1452

(Invited) Electrochemistry on 4d and 5d Transition Metal-Oxide Films Epitaxially Grown on Single Crystal Substrates: Implications for Electrocatalysis – D. Y. Kuo, C. Eom, H. Paik, J. Kawasaki (Cornell University), G. Hautier (Université catholique de Louvain), K. Shen, D. G. Schlom, and J. Suntivich (Cornell University)

08:40

1453

Mixed Metal Oxides As Electrocatalysts for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction – M. L. Lindstrom, R. Gakhar, and D. Chidambaram (University of Nevada Reno)

09:00

1454

Nanostructured Nickel Iron Sulfide Grown on Nickel Foam for Highly Active and Durable Water Splitting Electrocatalyst in Alkaline Electrolyte – S. Shanmugam and P. Ganesan (DGIST)

09:20

1455

(Invited) Elucidating Hydrogen Oxidation/ Evolution Kinetics in Base and Acid By Enhanced Activities at the Optimized PtShell Thickness on the Ru Core – Z. Ma, K. Elbert, J. Hu, Y. Zhang, G. Chen, W. An, P. Liu, H. Isaacs, R. R. Adzic, and J. X. Wang (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory)

09:50

1456

High Performance and Durable Cobalt Based Nanostructured Alloy As an Electro-Catalyst for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction in Water Electrolysis – P. P. Patel (Dept. of Chemical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh), P. Jampani, M. K. Datta, O. I. Velikokhatnyi, and P. N. Kumta (Department of Bioengineering, University of Pittsburgh)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


10:30

10:50

11:10

11:30

11:50

12:10

1457

Increased Electrocatalytic Activity of Colloidal Nanoparticles through Anionic Substitution and Chemical-Free Binding – A. Nelson, K. Fritz, M. Fayette, S. Honrao (Cornell University), R. Hennig (University of Florida), J. Suntivich, and R. Robinson (Cornell University)

1458

Self-Supported Three-Dimensional Macroporous Nickel Phosphide Electrodes for Overall Electrochemical Water Splitting – L. Liu, X. Wang, W. Li, and D. Xiong (International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory)

1459

Abrupt Mechanistic Variation of Hydrogen Evolution Reaction on Metal Electrode Surfaces in the Potential-pH Space – S. Haghighat and J. Dawlaty (University of Southern California)

1460

1461

1462

1463

N-Doped Reduced Graphene Oxide Composites for Hydrogen Generation in Presence of Chloride Ion Impurities in Alkaline Medium – A. Halder (Indian Institute of Technology, Mandi), A. Bharadwaj, H. S. Kushwahab, and M. Saquib (Indian Institute of Technology,Mandi) Cobalt Molybdenum Phosphide As a NonNoble-Metal Catalyst for the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction – W. F. Chen, S. L. Fang (National Taiwan University), K. H. Chen (Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences), and L. C. Chen (Center for Condensed Matter Sciences, Natl Taiwan Univ) Catalysts, Nickel Phosphide (Cathodic) and LiCoO2 (Anodic), for Electrolysis of Water – S. Hwang, S. H. Porter, A. B. Laursen, G. Gardner, M. Li, V. Manichev, V. Amarasinghe, E. Taghaddos, A. Safari, M. Greenblatt, E. Garfunkel, and G. C. Dismukes (Rutgers University) Understanding the Enhanced Activity of PtAlloys Toward Hydrogen Oxidation Reaction in Alkaline Media – Q. Jia (Northeastern University), N. Ramaswamy (Northeastern University, General Motors Corporation), M. Bates, S. Ghoshal, J. Li, and S. Mukerjee (Northeastern University)

I04

Mechano-Electro-Chemical Coupling in Energy Related Materials and Devices 2 High Temperature Materials / Battery / Energy Technology Aqua 305, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Chemomechanical Coupling II – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Jennifer L. M. Rupp and Mostafa Youssef 08:00

1481

(Invited) LLZO Ceramic Electrolytes: A Path Forward to Solid-State Batteries? – M. Doeff (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) and L. Cheng (University of California, Berkeley)

08:40

1482

(Invited) Mechanical Stabilty of Solid Electrolyte Interfaces in Solid-State Batteries – J. Sakamoto (University of Michigan)

09:20

1483

Simultaneously Coupled MechanicalElectrochemical-Thermal Simulation of Lithium-Ion Cells – S. Santhanagopalan, C. Zhang, M. A. Sprague, and A. Pesaran (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

09:40

Break

10:00

1484

(Invited) Modeling the Chemically Induced Stress in Lscf Oxygen-Separation Membranes – B. Euser, H. Zhu, J. Berger (Colorado School of Mines), and R. J. Kee (Mechanical Engineering, Colorado School of Mines)

10:40

1485

A Multiphysics Study of Chemical Potential Distributions As Drivers for Solid Oxide Cell Mechanical Degradation – G. J. Nelson and Z. van Zandt (University of Alabama in Huntsville)

11:00

1486

Mechano-Chemical Coupling in Double Perovskites As Energy Related Materials – A. Y. Zuev, D. S. Tsvetkov, I. L. Ivanov, V. V. Sereda (Ural Federal University), and D. Malyshkin (Institute of Natural Sciences, Ural Federal University)

11:20

1487

Hydrostatic Stress - Temperature Diagrams for Electronic Charge Carriers in SrTiO3 – M. Youssef, K. J. Van Vliet, and B. Yildiz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

11:40

1488

Ferroelasticity of LaMO3 (M=Co, Fe, Al, Ga) – W. Araki, K. Takeda, and Y. Arai (Saitama University)

Photoelectrochemical Cells – 14:00 – 15:05 Co-Chair: Hui Xu

Transport and Defect Formation Coupling with Mechanics – 14:00 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: Sean R. Bishop and Nicola H. Perry

14:00

14:00

1489

(Invited) Ab Initio Studies of Strain Effects on Perovskite Oxygen Vacancy Formation and Migration Energetics – D. Morgan and T. Mayeshiba (University of Wisconsin Madison)

14:40

1490

(Invited) Growth & Redox Capacity of Coherently Strained Ceria Ultrathin Films – W. C. Chueh (Stanford University)

15:20

1491

Stress/Strain Effect on Non-Stoichiometry of La0.6Sr0.4Co0.2Fe0.8O3-δ – M. Qiu, Y. Arai (Saitama University), and W. Araki (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Germany)

14:05

1464

Introductory Remarks Promotion Effect of Electrodeposition Parameters on the Performances of MnO2 Thin Films Used As Photoelectrocatalysts for Water Oxidation – W. Yu, C. Bazin, F. Pillier, and A. Pailleret (Sorbonne Universités LISE UMR CNRS-UPMC 8235)

14:25

1465

Hematite Nanostructures for High Efficient Solar Water Splitting – X. Sun, J. Deng, and J. Zhong (Soochow University)

14:45

1466

Three-Dimensional CuO Branched Nanowires for Efficient Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting – K. W. Lim and J. L. Lee (Pohang University of Science and Engineering)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

145

Wednesday, June 1

10:10


15:40

1492

Strained-Induced Oxygen Non-Stoichiometry on La0.5Sr0.5Mn0.5Co0.5O3-Δ Thin Films – C. A. M. van den Bosch (Imperial College London), N. Katcho (CICEnergigune), C. Cazorla (UNSW), J. Santiso (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, CSIC), J. Carrasco (CIC EnergiGUNE), and A. Aguadero (Imperial College London)

Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells 2 – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Wilson K. S. Chiu and Andrew M. Herring 10:00

1540

(Invited) The Use of Broadband Electric Spectroscopy to Probe the Relaxations and Polarizations in Phase Seperated Polymer Electrolytes – A. M. Herring (Colorado School of Mines), V. Di Noto (CNR-IENI), K. Vezzù (Department of Chemical Sciences - University of Padova), and H. Sarode (Colorado School of Mines)

10:40

1541

(Invited) Development of Alkaline- and Bipolar-Membranes for Hybrid Fuel Cell Applications – K. N. Grew, J. P. McClure, and D. Chu (U.S. Army Research Laboratory)

11:20

1542

Nickel-Rare Earth (RE=Ce,Dy,Sm) Electrodes for H2O2 Reduction in Direct Borohydride Fuel Cells – D. M. F. Santos, D. Cardoso, B. Sljukic, C. A. C. Sequeira (CeFEMA, Instituto Superior Tecnico, ULisboa), D. Macciò, and A. Saccone (Università di Genova)

11:40

1543

Characterization of Ultra-Low Pt Loading Meas Prepared By Electrospray – B. MartinezVazquez (Dpt. Física Matematica y de Fluidos, UNED), D. G. Sanchez (DLR), S. Martin (Dpt. Física Matematica y de Fluidos, UNED), J. L. Castillo (Dpt. Física Matematica y de Fluidos,UNED), P. L. Garcia-Ybarra (Dpt. Física Matematica y de Fluidos, UNED), and K. A. Friedrich (German Aerospace Center (DLR))

16:00 Break 16:20

16:40

I05

1493

1494

Lithium Chemical Potential Change in Lithium Ion Battery Cathodes Under Mechanical Strain – K. Amezawa (Tohoku University), K. Funayama (Tohoku University, Japan), Y. Kimura (Tohoku University), F. Mahunnop (Tohoku University, Japan), T. Nakamura (Tohoku University), N. Kuwata, J. Kawamura, and T. Kawada (Tohoku University, Japan) (Invited) Revealing the Optimum Li-Mobility in Garnet Electrolytes – R. Brugge (Imperial College London), R. J. Chater (Department of Materials, Imperial College London), W. W. Manalastas Jr. (CIC EnergiGUNE), J. A. Kilner (Imperial College London, London, UK), and A. Aguadero (Imperial College London)

Heterogeneous Functional Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage

High Temperature Materials / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Sapphire Ballroom E, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Wednesday, June 1

Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells 1 – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Andrew M. Herring and Deryn Chu 08:00

1536

(Invited) Electrospun Particle/Polymer Fiber Mats As Fuel Cell and Battery Electrodes – P. N. Pintauro (Vanderbilt University)

08:40

1537

Ether Alkyl Piperidinium Cation Functionalized Anion Exchange Membranes – Y. Liu (Colorado School of Mines), W. Zhang (University of Massachusetts Amherst), B. E. Coughlin (University of Massachusetts Amherst), M. W. Liberatore (University of Toledo), and A. M. Herring (Colorado School of Mines)

09:00

09:20

1538

1539

09:40

146

Understanding Morphology and Ion Transport in Novel Poly (cyclooctene) Based Membranes Under Humidified Conditions – H. Sarode (Colorado School of Mines), W. Zhang (University of Massachusetts Amherst), Y. Yang (Colorado School of Mines), E. B. Coughlin (University of Massachusetts, Amherst), and A. M. Herring (Colorado School of Mines) Effective Nickel and Ruthenium Modified Palladium Anode Catalysts for Ethylene Glycol Oxidation in Alkaline Medium – R. G. Da Silva (University of Sao Paulo, Université de Poitiers), A. R. De Andrade (University of Sao Paulo), K. Servat, C. Morais, T. W. Napporn, and K. B. Kokoh (Université de Poitiers) Break

Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells 3 – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Kyle N. Grew and Wilson K. S. Chiu 14:00

1544

(Invited) The Influence of the Carbon Support and Platinum Particles Size on Degradation of Cathode for Low Platinum Loading Catalyst Layer – R. Maric (Center for Clean Energy Engineering), H. Yu (University of Connecticut), A. Baricci (Politechnico di Milano, Department of Energy), A. Casalegno (Politecnico di Milano, Department of Energy), and L. Guetaz (CEA, LITEN)

14:40

1545

Fuel Cell Performance of (Cyanamide + Polyaniline)-Iron-Carbon Cathode Catalyst – H. T. Chung, X. Yin, G. M. Purdy, U. Martinez (Los Alamos National Laboratory), D. A. Cullen (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), R. Mukundan (Los Alamos National Laboratory), K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

15:00

1546

Green Synthesis of Au-Based Nanomaterials Using an “All-in-One” Ionic Liquid and Their Electrocatalytic Properties for Glucose Electro-Oxidation – L. A. Pérez Covarrubias (Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro), C. A. Romero-Soto (CIDETEQ, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California), L. ÁlvarezContreras (CIMAV), M. Guerra-Balcázar (Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro), L. G. Arriaga (CIDETEQ), J. Ledesma-García (Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro), and N. Arjona (CIDETEQ)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


1547

15:40

An Effective Way of Suppressing Main Degradation Mechanisms of Carbon Supported High Surface Area Catalysts at Elevated Temperatures – G. Polymeros (MaxPlanck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH), C. Baldizzone (Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH, Helmholtz-Institut Erlangen-Nürnberg), S. Geiger, J. P. Grote (Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH), J. Knossalla, S. Mezzavilla (MaxPlanck-Institut für Kohlenforschung), S. Cherevko, A. R. Zeradjanin (Max-PlanckInstitut für Eisenforschung GmbH, HelmholtzInstitut Erlangen-Nürnberg), F. Schüth (Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung), and K. J. J. Mayrhofer (Helmholtz-Institut Erlangen-Nürnberg, Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH) Break

Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells 4 – 16:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Kyle N. Grew and Deryn Chu 16:00

16:20

1548

1549

Activity and Microstructure of UltraLow Iridium Loading Catalyst for PEM Electrolyzer MEA – H. Yu (University of Connecticut), N. Danilovic (Proton OnSite), Y. Wang (University of Connecticut), C. Capuano (Proton OnSite), A. Palmieri, W. E. Mustain (University of Connecticut), K. E. Ayers (Proton OnSite), and R. Maric (Center for Clean Energy Engineering) Electrocatalytic Activity of Au Core AuPt Alloy Shell Nanoparticles Prepared on Ionic Liquid Surface Via Metal Sputtering Deposition – 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)

16:40

1550

Colloidal Syntheis of Ptzn Nanocrystals and Their Activity for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – Y. Ye and J. Lee (POSTECH)

17:00

1551

Function-Led Design of Electrocatalysts Based on Alloyed Metallic Aerogels for Fuel Cells – B. Cai, W. Liu, D. Wen (Physical Chemistry, TU Dresden), and A. Eychmüller (Chair of Physical Chemistry, TU Dresden)

17:20

1552

Spectroelectrochemical Insights into the Formation of Robust Interfaces for the Immobilization of Biological and Molecular Electrocatalysts – T. G. A. A. Harris (Technische Universität Berlin, University Freiburg), N. Heidary (Technische Universitat Berlin, University Freiburg), A. Sokolowski, C. Tzschucke (Freie Universität Berlin), P. Hildebrandt, I. Zebger (Technische Universität Berlin), and A. Fischer (University Freiburg, Technische Universität Berlin)

17:40

1553

Low Potential Asymmetrical Functionalization of Conductive Micro- and Nanowires By Closed Bipolar Electrochemistry – P. Ugo, M. Ongaro (University Ca’ Foscari of Venice), and A. Gambirasi (IENI-CNR Padua)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center I05 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Wilson K. S. Chiu and Fanglin (Frank) Chen •

1554

Synthesis of TiO2 Nanotubes By Ti Foil Electrochemical Dissolution – P. Nikoleishvili, R. Kurtanidze, G. Gorelishvili, V. Kveselava, D. Sharabidze (Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University), and D. Gogoli (Ivane javakhishvili Tbilisi State University)

1555

Hydrogen Generation from the Hydrolysis of Sodium Hypophosphite Using CoB2O4 Catalyst – P. Nikoleishvili, G. Gorelishvili, V. Kveselava, R. Kurtanidze (Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University), D. Gogoli (Ivane javakhishvili Tbilisi State University), and D. Sharabidze (Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University)

1556

Ternary Transition Metal Oxide Nanoparticles with Spinel Structure As Oxygen Reduction Reaction Electrocatalysts – R. J. Toh, A. Y. S. Eng (Nanyang Technological University), Z. Sofer, D. Sedmidubsky (University of Chemistry and Technology Prague), and M. Pumera (Nanyang Technological University)

1557

Development of Nanostructured Metal Oxides-Platinum Electrodes for Enhanced Electrocatalytic Oxidation of Ethanol – Y. WANG (INRS), A. T. Aoul (IREQ), and M. Mohamedi (INRS)

1558

Electrochemical Performance of H2o-CO2 Co-Electrolysis with a Tubular Solid-Oxide Co-Electrolysis (SOC) Cell – T. H. Lim, J. W. Lee, S. B. Lee, S. J. Park, and R. H. Song (Korea Institute of Energy Research)

1559

High-Temperature Transport and Thermoelectric Properties of Ca3-XSmxCo4O9 – K. Park, J. S. Cha, and D. A. Hakeem (Sejong University)

1560

Fabrication and Electrochemical Properties of Highly Ordered Titania Nanotubes Modified with Boron Nanocrystalline Diamond – R. Bogdanowicz (Gdansk University of Technology, WETI), K. Siuzdak (The Szewalski Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery PAN), M. Sobaszek (Gdansk University of Technology), and M. Szkoda (Chemical Faculty, Gdansk University of Technology)

1561

Experimental Performance Characterization of Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells with Varying Channel Dimensions – N. Cooper, T. Smith (University of California, Davis), A. Santamaria (Western New England University), and J. W. Park (University of California, Davis)

1562

Interface Engineering in Hybrid OrganicInorganic Composites for Flexible and HighPerformance Thermoelectrics – S. Shin, S. Kwon, and R. Chen (University of California, San Diego)

147

Wednesday, June 1

15:20


Wednesday, June 1

1563

Electrochemically Formed TiO2 Nanotube Arrays Site Selectively Decorated with Porous Au Particles By a Controlled DewettingDealloying Approach - a Platform for Efficient Photocatalytic H2 Evolution – N. T. Nguyen, M. Altomare (University of ErlangenNuremberg), and P. Schmuki (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU), King Abdulaziz University)

1564

Electrochemical Deposition of PGM Based Fuel Cell Electro Catalysts – M. K. Mathe, R. M. Modibedi (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR)), L. E. Khotseng (University of the Western Cape), P. T. Nonjola (Council for Scientific and Industial Research), and K. I. Ozoemena (School of Chemistry, University of the Witwatersrand)

1565

Higher Efficiency with Lower Platinum Loading: A Systematic Study of Nano Porous Solid Acid Fuel Cell Electrodes – M. Wagner (Leibnitz Institute für Oberflächenmodifizierung e.V.)

1566

Hydrogen Production By Photocatalytic Water Splitting Using Mixed Oxide Solid Solutions Under UV-Vis Light Irradiation – J. J. Duconge, A. García, M. Cotto, D. Ortiz, and F. Márquez (Universidad del Turabo)

1567

Transition Metal Phosphides As CO2 Reduction Catalysts – K. U. D. Calvinho, A. B. Laursen, T. A. Goetjen, A. B. Garlapati, and G. C. Dismukes (Rutgers University)

1568

Vulcan/Pt/Ce(III) Catalysts Prepared By Impregnation Using EDTA for Direct Methanol Fuel Cell, and Direct Ethanol Fuel Cell Applications – R. P. Guzmán-Blas, Y. García-Herrera, L. Lotti-Díaz, and K. OcasioNorat (Natural Sciences Dept., University of the Sacred Heart)

148

1569

1570

1571

Nano-Composite Barium Strontium Cobalt Iron Oxide - Gadolinium Doped Ceria Solid Oxide Fuelcell Cathodes – B. J. Bocklund and J. D. Nicholas (Michigan State University) Pt-Ni Decorated Metal Oxide Electrodes for Borohydride Fuel Cells – M. Martins, B. Sljukic, C. A. C. Sequeira (CeFEMA, Instituto Superior Tecnico, ULisboa), G. S. P. Soylu (Dept. Chem. Eng., Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey), A. Bayrakceken (Dept. Chem. Eng., Ataturk University, Erzurum, Turkey), T. Sener (T-Dinamik Energy Investment Company, Istanbul, Turkey), and D. M. F. Santos (CeFEMA, Instituto Superior Tecnico, ULisboa) Poisoning Effects of Sulfur on Emergent and Current Heterogeneous Electrocatalysts: Susceptibility of Molybdenum Disulfide and Correlation to Platinum Hydrogen Evolution Kinetics – S. M. Tan (Nanyang Technological University), Z. Sofer (University of Chemistry and Technology Prague), and M. Pumera (Nanyang Technological University)

K02

1572

Gold-Cobalt Deposited on Titania Nanotubes as Anode Catalyst for Direct Borohydride Fuel Cells – D. M. F. Santos (Universidade de Lisboa), A. Balciunaite, L. TamasauskaiteTamasiunaite, A. Zabielaitë, A. Jagminienë, I. Stankeviciene, and E. Norkus (Center for Physical Sciences and Technology)

Bioelectrochemistry: Analysis and Fundamental Studies

Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Sensor Cobalt 502 A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Bioelectrochemistry - Morning Session – 09:00 – 11:40 Co-Chair: Jim Burgess 09:00

Introductory Remarks

09:05

1618

Electrochemical Potential Gradient As a Quantitative Test Platform for Cellular Oxidative Stress – V. Reipa (National Institute of Standards and Technology), C. Bryant (Vanderbilt University), J. Elliott, and D. Atha (NIST)

09:25

1619

The Effect of Carbon Potential on the Platelets/Carbon Interaction – I. V. Goroncharovskaya, A. K. Evseev, N. V. Borovkova, Y. V. Andreev (N. Sklifosovsky Research Institute of Emergency Medicine), M. Mirzaeian (University of the West of Scotland), and M. M. Goldin (N. Sklifosovsky Research Institute of Emergency Medicine)

09:45

Break

10:00

1620

Prostate Cancer Biomarker Detection Using a 16-Sensor Electrochemical Microfluidic Immunoarray – A. L. Jones, B. A. Otieno, M. Sharafeldin, A. A. Joshi, C. E. Krause (University of Connecticut), and J. F. Rusling (National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland, University of Connecticut)

10:20

1621

Microsomal Bioelectrodes Modified with Nanostructures for Rapid Drug Metabolism and Inhibition Assays and Cost-Effective Green Synthesis – S. Krishnan, C. Walgama, and R. Nerimetla (Oklahoma State University)

10:40

1622

Electrochemical Behavior of Selenocystine at Gold Substrates – E. A. Karnaukh, H. Wang, L. M. Walker, and M. C. Buzzeo (Barnard College)

11:00

1623

Electrochemical Studies of L-Cysteine – G. T. Cheek and M. A. Worosz (United States Naval Academy)

11:20

1624

Real-Time Monitoring of Superoxide Anion Radical Generation in THP-1 Cells Using Iron-Porphyrin Modified Carbon Electrode – S. Kasai, A. Prasad (Graduate School of Eng.,Tohoku institute of technology), A. Takahashi (Tohoku Institute of technology), R. Matsuoka (Hokuto Denko Corporation, Tokyo, Japan), T. Honmo, T. Sugai (Tohoku Institute of technology), H. Kikuchi (Graduate School of Eng.,Tohoku institute of technology), S. Aoyagi (Hokuto denko Corporation), T. Aikawa, T. Kondo, and M. Yuasa (Tokyo University of Science)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


14:00 14:05

14:25

14:45

1625

1626

1627

1634

DNA Films As Sensing Platforms for Detection of DNA Damage Induced By Peroxynitrite – H. A. Salim and M. Bayachou (Cleveland State University)

1635

Rapid Thermal Annealing in MgO Sensing EIS Membrane for Bio-Sensor Applications – C. F. Lin (Chang Gung University)

Introductory Remarks New Opportunities Offered By Lipid-Modified Electrodes to Interrogate Transmembrane Diffusion Mechanisms and Kinetics – E. C. M. Tse, C. J. Barile, Y. Li, J. P. Gewargis, N. A. Kirchschlager, S. C. Zimmerman, and A. A. Gewirth (University of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign) Low Cost 3D Printed Biosensor Arrays for Biomedical Diagnostics – K. Kadimisetty (University of Connecticut), J. F. Rusling (University of Connecticut Health Center, University of Connecticut), S. Malla, and J. E. Satterwhite (University of Connecticut) Electrochemical Microfluidic Immunoarray for Assessment of Aggressive Vs Indolent Forms of Prostate Cancer – B. A. Otieno (University of Connecticut), C. P. Mercer (National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland), A. L. Jones, C. E. Krause, M. Sherafeldin, A. A. Joshi (University of Connecticut), D. Leech (National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland), and J. F. Rusling (National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland, University of Connecticut)

L01

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry General Session Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Sapphire 410 B, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Session V – 08:40 – 11:40 Co-Chair: Pawel J. Kulesza 08:40

1662

Voltammetric Sensor for the Determination of Diabetes Rrisk Biomarkers, 8-Hydroxydeoxyguanosine and 8-Hydroxyguanine – R. N. Goyal and P. Gupta (IIT Roorkee)

09:00

1663

Comparison of Molecular-Wires for Enhancing Charge Transport of Enzymatic Electrode Assemblies: A Glycerol Bioanode Model – A. Mahadevan and S. Fernando (Texas A&M University)

09:20

1664

Evaluation and Comparison of the Electric Field in the Physicochemical Properties of a Vertisol Type Soil and Sodium Bentonite – M. Pérez (CIDETEQ), J. M. Rodríguez, C. Gómez (University of Malaga), and E. Bustos (CIDETEQ)

15:05 Break 15:20

1628

Characterizing Bioconjugated Nanoparticles By Nano-Impact Electrochemistry – A. Karimi, A. Hayat, and S. Andreescu (Clarkson University)

15:40

1629

Optimization of Microelectrode Cholesterol Efflux Measurements By Platinum Crystallites on Carbon – J. Burgess and L. Li (Case Western Reserve University)

16:00

1630 Ti/TiO2 as an Alternative Substrate Material for Impedance Biosensors – D. Liu, P. Rose, K. N. Plunkett, and I. I. Suni (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)

16:20

1631

09:40 1665

Effect of Morphology Controlled Synthesis of BiOCl Photocathode By Chemical Vapor Deposition for Solar Water Reduction – Y. Myung, S. Banerjee (Washington University in St.Louis), and P. Banerjee (Washington University in St. Louis)

10:20

1666

Conducting-Polymer-Supported Bacterial Biofilms As Active Matrices for Noble Metal and Molecular Catalytic Centers: Enhancement of Electroreduction of Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide – P. J. Kulesza, E. Seta, W. Lotowska, I. A. Rutkowska, and A. Wadas (University of Warsaw)

10:40

1667

Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy: A Tool to Study the Biomediated Calcification Process By Sporosarcina Pasteurii Biofilm – D. Harris (Oregon State University), J. G. Ummadi (oregon state university), and D. Koley (Oregon State University)

11:00

1668

Electrokinetic Treatment of Mercury - Polluted Soil Facilitated By Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid Coupled with a Reactor with a Permeable Reactive Barrier of Carbon to Recover Mercury (II) from Water – D. I. Trejo, O. Mora (CIDETEQ), S. Sepúlveda (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), and E. Bustos (CIDETEQ)

11:20

1669

Solar Driven Processes at Semiconducting Metal Oxide Electrodes, Assisted By NonNoble Metal Catalysts – R. Solarska, K. Bienkowski, M. Sarnowska, and J. Augustynski (University of Warsaw)

Preparation and Characterization of Bucky Paper Electrodes for Enzyme Electrocatalysis – M. A. Akinwale, R. Montealegre, C. Walgama, and S. Krishnan (Oklahoma State University)

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center K02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

1632

1633

Red Blood Cells Morphology Depending on Potential of Optically Transparent Electrode – M. S. Khubutiya, A. K. Evseev (N. Sklifosovsky Research Institute of Emergency Medicine), M. Mirzaeian (University of the West of Scotland), N. V. Borovkova, I. V. Goroncharovskaya, and M. M. Goldin (N. Sklifosovsky Research Institute of Emergency Medicine) The Regularities of Electrolytic Dissociation of 1,1-Cyclopentanediacetic and 1,1-Cyclohexanediacetic Acids – E. Kvaratskhelia (Iv. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University) and R. Kurtanidze (Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

Break

10:00

149

Wednesday, June 1

Bioelectrochemistry - Afternoon Session – 14:00 – 16:40 Co-Chair: Mekki Bayachou


Session VI – 14:00 – 16:20 Co-Chair: David Cliffel 14:00

1670

Electrochromic Devices Using Electroactive Polymers and Nanoparticles for Visible and Near-Infrared Light Modulation – C. J. Barile and M. D. McGehee (Stanford University)

14:20

1671

Nanodot Formation of Ferrocene-Terminated Self-Assembled Monolayers – K. Ikeda (Nagoya Institute of Technology)

14:40

1672

Orientational Control of Electroactive Photosystem I on Chemically Modified Electrodes – D. Cliffel and E. A. Gizzie (Vanderbilt University)

15:00

1673

Electrochemistry of Co(TPTZ)2 Complex on a Carbon Paste Electrode Modified with TiO2 Nanoparticles – S. Ortaboy and G. Atun (Istanbul University)

15:20

15:40

Wednesday, June 1

16:00

1674

1675

1676

1680

(Congreso Nacional de la Sociedad Mexicana de Electroquímica Poster Winner) Capillary Electrophoresis Coupled on Line with Mass Spectrometry Via an Electrospray Interface (CE-ESI-MS) for the Characterization of Cyclic Peptides and Their Possible Aggregation into Peptide Nanotubes – M. D. Cortez-Díaz (Departamento de Química, Universidad de Guanajuato, PSL, Chimie ParisTech, CNRS, 8258, UTCBS), F. D’Orlyé (PSL, Chimie ParisTech, CNRS, 8258, UTCBS), S. Gutiérrez-Granados, L. M. de León Rodríguez (Departamento de Química, Universidad de Guanajuato), and A. Varenne (PSL, Chimie ParisTech, CNRS, 8258, UTCBS)

1681

Combined Effect of Both Cadmium and Boric Acid on the Deposition of Zn-Ni and Influence of Copper on the Deposition of Nickel – Y. Addi (USTHB-ENPEI)

Electrocatalysis By Heme Proteins and Human Liver Microsomes Bound to Magnetic Nanoparticles and Immobilized on Electrodes – S. Krishnan, G. Premaratne, R. Nerimetla, R. Matlock (Oklahoma State University), H. Liu (Beijing Normal University), and C. Walgama (Oklahoma State University)

1682

Catalyzing Hydrogen Evolution Reaction By the Use of Earlier Transition Metal Nitrides – Y. Abghoui and E. Skulason (University of Iceland)

1683

Fabrication of Different Crystalline Diamond Films and Their Application As Anodes for the Oxidation of Human Urine – Z. Li, H. Li, X. Zhang, L. Lei, and B. Yang (Zhejiang University)

Voltammetric Determination of Mercury in Biological Samples Using Crown Ether/ Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube-Based Sensor – R. Hassan, M. Kamel, H. N.A. Hassan, and E. Khaled (National Research Centre (NRC))

1684

An Electroenzymatic CO2 Conversion to Formate on Cu Electrode Using NADH CoEnzyme – K. D. Jung, S. H. Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), and S. Yoon (Kookmin University)

Preparation of NiCo2S4 Thin Films As Counter Electrodes for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells Using Dip-Coating Method – A. L. Su, C. Y. Chang, and J. Y. Lin (Department of Chemical Engineering, Tatung University)

1685

The Electrochemical Behaviour of Some Composite Coatings Obtained By Electrodeposition on Metallic Substrate – F. Branzoi (Institute of Physical Chemistry), V. Branzoi (University Politehnica of Bucharest), C. Pacuretu (Institute of Physical Chemistry), and Z. Pahom (University Politehnica of Bucharest)

1686 CO2 Electrochemical Reduction on CopperBased Nanocatalysts: Investigation of Selectivity for Ethylene and Methane Via on-Line Mass Spectrometry – M. R. Camilo (Instituto de Química de São Carlos, USP), W. O. Silva (Instituto de Química de Sao Carlos), and F. H. B. de Lima (Universidade de São Paulo (USP))

1687

Polarization Controlled Electrocatalytic and Photoelectrocatalytic Activity of Ferroelectric Catalyst – H. S. Kushwahab (Indian Institute of Technology,Mandi, Indian Institute of Technology)

1688

Evaluation of Co-Adsorption Effect on Performance and Outdoor Stability of Organic Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells By Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – H. T. Nguyen (Vietnam National University - Ho Chi Minh City), L. T. P. Tran (Vietnam National University – Ho Chi Minh City), and T. T. P. Nguyen (Vietnam National University - Ho Chi Minh City)

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center L01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chair: Alice H. Suroviec •

1677

Micro-Thermal Stage and Custom-Made Pt-Ir Tips for High Temperature Electrical and Electrochemical Studies By Scanning Probe Microscopy – C. S. Ng, J. D. Baek (Nanyang Technological University), V. Zade, A. Villegas (UC Merced), P. C. Su (Nanyang Technological University), A. Martini (UC Merced), and M. H. Lee (University of California, Merced)

1678

Electrochemical Preparation of Electro-active Polymers having Nitrogen Atom – N. Eguchi and H. Goto (University of Tsukuba)

1679

Electrochemical Investigation of Titanium Electrode in Aqueous Tetrafluoroborate Solution and in Aqueous Formate Solution – M. May (Techmetals Incorporated, Wright State University), E. Paul (Wright State University, Urbana University), and V. Katovic (Wright State University)

150

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


1689

Development of Poma/Ptaa Layer-By-Layer Films As Active Material for Electrochromic Devices – W. A. Christinelli (Chemistry Department - Federal University of São Carlos) and E. C. Pereira (Federal University of Sao Carlos)

1690

Photochemical Degradation of an Anionic Surfactant By TiO2 nanoparticle Doped with C, N in Aqueous Solution – M. Giahi and M. Zamiri (Islamic Azad University of Lahijan)

1691

Characterization of Mineral Redox Properties By Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – M. J. Bradley, M. Navarro, and P. G. Tratnyek (OHSU Institute of Environmental Health)

1692

Nitrogen-Doped Hollow Carbon Spheres As a Sensitive Electrochemical Sensor for Simultaneous Determination of Pb (II) and Hg (II) – S. Liu (Wuhan Institute of Technology)

1693

Clay Composite Modified Electrodes II: Voltammetric Method for Simultaneous Detection of Dopamine and Serotonin – A. O. Agyeman, C. F. Obata, and M. T. Tran (Clayton State University)

1694

Synthesis and Investigation of Poly(NIsopropylacrylamide-co-N-vinylcarbazole) Hydrogels Morphological, Fluorescence and Electrical Properties – A. T. Gokceoren and E. Alveroglu (istanbul technical university)

1695

Color Tests and Electrocanalytical Methods for the Preliminary Identification of Drugs – K. Miecznikowski, P. J. Kulesza, M. Ordak, W. Jedral, E. Bulska, K. Grela, W. Kosnik (University of Warsaw), R. Bachlinski, A. Duszynska, and A. Trynda (Central Forensic Laboratory of the Police)

L02

10:00

1735

Microstructure Analysis of Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell CatalystIonomer Inks and Cathode Catalyst Layers By Ultra Small Angle X-Ray Scattering – N. Kariuki, D. J. Myers (Argonne National Laboratory), D. Fongalland, A. M. Bonastre, and J. Sharman (Johnson Matthey Technology Centre)

10:20

1736

Heterojunction Electrode Designed for Saline Wastewater Electrolysis – Y. Yang and M. R. Hoffmann (California Institute of Technology)

10:40

1737

Gold-Palladium Catalysts: Towards H2O2 Production – E. Pizzutilo (Max-PlanckInstitut für Eisenforschung GmbH), S. Freakley (Cardiff Catalysis Institute), S. Geiger, G. Polymeros (Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH), C. Baldizzone (Helmholtz-Institut Erlangen-Nürnberg), G. J. Hutchings (Cardiff Catalysis Institute), and K. J. J. Mayrhofer (Helmholtz-Institut ErlangenNürnberg)

11:00

1738

Electrocatalytic Reduction of Selenate on Gold Electrodes in the Presence of Copper (II) – J. Strobl and D. Scherson (Case Western Reserve University)

11:20

1739

Electroreduction of Selenium Oxyanions in the Presence of Methyl Viologen – Q. Han and D. Scherson (Case Western Reserve University)

11:40

1740

A Comprehensive DFT Guide for Highly Efficient Electrochemical Ammonia Synthesis on New Class of Electrocatalysts – Y. Abghoui and E. Skulason (University of Iceland)

12:00

1741

Graphene-Supported Fe, Co, Ni Carbon Nitride Electrocatalysts for the ORR in Alkaline Environment – E. Negro (Department of Chemical Sciences - University of Padova, INSTM), A. Bach Delpeuch, K. Vezzù (Department of Chemical Sciences University of Padova), F. Bertasi (INSTM, Department of Chemical Sciences - University of Padova), G. Nawn (Department of Chemical Sciences - University of Padova), G. Pace (CNR-IENI), A. Ansaldo (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Graphene Labs), M. Prato, M. Colombo (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Chemistry Department), V. Pellegrini, F. Bonaccorso (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Graphene Labs), and V. Di Noto (Department of Industrial Engineering University of Padua, CNR-IENI)

Electrocatalysis 8

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Sapphire Ballroom M, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

General Electrocatalysis II – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Gessie Brisard and Shi-Gang Sun 08:00

1731

(Invited) Structure Design and Controlled Synthesis of Metal Electrocatalysts of High Surface Energy and High Activity – S. G. Sun (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University)

08:40

1732

Self-Terminated Electrodeposition of Ultrathin Pt Films on Ru: A Promising Way for Preparing Core-Shell Ru-Pt Catalysts – Y. Liu (Argonne National Laboratory), T. P. Moffat (National Institute of Standards and Technology), and H. You (Argonne National Laboratory)

09:00

09:20

1733

1734

Mechanistic Insights and Electrochemical Performance of Ceria Based Materials for Solid Oxide Electrolysis of CO2 – N. Kumari, M. A. Haider (Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi), N. Sinha (Dassault Systemes, Bangalore), and S. Basu (Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi)

Alcohol Oxidation – 14:00 – 18:20 Co-Chairs: Pawel J. Kulesza and Claude Lamy 14:00

1742

(Invited) Electrocatalysis in Low Temperature Fuel Cells – C. Lamy (IEM, CNRS-University Montpellier) and B. Guenot (IEM/CNRS)

14:40

1743

Experimental Study and CFD Model for Partial Oxidation of Methane over SelfSustained Electrochemical Promotion Catalyst – X. Zhou, H. Huang, and H. Liu (University of Miami)

Oxide Reduction Kinetics on Platinum – G. Qile and D. A. Harrington (University of Victoria)

09:40 Break Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

151

Wednesday, June 1


15:00

15:20

1744

1745

Tuning Pt-Skin or M-Rich Surface on Bimetallic Nanoparticles (Pt3Ni, PtBi, Pt3Co) for Enhanced Electrocatalytic Activities – Y. X. Jiang (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen Universtiy, China), B. W. Zhang (Xiamen Univ., Xiamen, Fujian), C. H. Zhen, and S. G. Sun (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University) Electrocatalysis at Noble-Metal-Derived Pure Metallic Aerogels – B. Cai, W. Liu, D. Wen (Physical Chemistry, TU Dresden), and A. Eychmüller (Chair of Physical Chemistry, TU Dresden)

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center L02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

1753

Electrochemical Reduction CO2 to Formate on Sno/Gdl Electrode – J. Qiao (Donghua University)

1754

Electrochemical Reduction CO2 to Formate on Cuxo Electrode – J. Qiao (Donghua University)

1755

Synthesis of Reduced Graphene OxidesSupported Ptau Catalysts and Its Electrocatalytic Activity for Formic Acid Oxidation – T. Gunji, A. J. Jeevagan, T. Tanabe, M. Hashimoto, S. Kaneko, and F. Matsumoto (Kanagawa University)

1756

Enhancement of Electrocatalytic Oxygen Reduction Reaction on Pd3pb Ordered Intermetallic Catalyst in Alkaline Aqueous Solutions – F. Matsumoto, A. J. Jeevagan, T. Gunji, T. Tanabe, and S. Kaneko (Kanagawa University)

1757

The CO Induced the Deposition of Hightly Ordered Pt Monolayer on Au(111) Electrode and Its Electrocatalytic Properities – W. Liao (Department of chemistry, National Central University) and S. Yau (national central university)

1758

Activity and Long-Term Stability Study of PtY/C Electrocatalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – G. C. D. Silva, N. A. Santos, and J. Perez (Universidade de São Paulo)

1759

Dynamic Fluctuation of Activity in Fe/N/C Oxygen Reduction Reaction Catalyst Depending on Heat Treatment Time – G. Tei, A. Sakai, S. Yotsuhashi, T. Hayashi, and M. Aizawa (Advanced Research Division, Panasonic Corporation)

1760

Thermal Treatment of MgO-Protected Ptsn/C Catalyst: Stability and Ethanol Oxidation – N. A. Santos and J. Perez (Universidade de São Paulo)

1761

Metallophthalocyanine/C/Nafion Composites for Electrocatalysis of Oxygen Reduction – Z. Yazar (Marmara University, Depart. of Chemistry, Turkey), M. Piskin (Çanakkale 18 Mart Univ., Voc. Sch. Tech. Sciences, Turkey), Z. Odabas, and A. R. Ozkaya (Marmara University, Depart. of Chemistry, Turkey)

1762

Prussian Blue Nanocubes on Reduced Graphene Oxide As a Modified Platinum Electrode for Synergistic Methanol Oxidation – K. Kim, S. Manivannan, and I. Kang (Incheon National University)

1763

High Performance Fe- and N- Doped Hierarchically Porous Carbons Catalyst Derived from Polyquaternium for Oxygen Reduction – J. Qiao (Donghua University)

1764

Pd/CNT Catalysts for Electrochemical Oxidation of Small Organic Molecules in Alkaline Media – J. Estrada, J. Flores, K. Nguyen, J. Haan, and O. Muneeb (california state university fullerton)

15:40 Break 16:00

16:20

Wednesday, June 1

16:40

17:00

17:20

17:40

18:00

152

1746

1747

1748

1749

Effects of Pb in Electrocatalysis of Ethanol Oxidation Reaction on Pd/C and Pdru/C Catalysts in Alkaline Media – R. Chen (Indiana University) and J. Guo (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis) Interactions of Metal Oxo Species with Platinum-Based Catalysts Toward More Efficient Electrooxidation of Dimethyl Ether: Comparison to Methanol – P. J. Kulesza, I. A. Rutkowska (University of Warsaw), J. P. Sek (University of Warsaw, Department of Chemistry), and P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Effect of Ni2+ Contaminant on Methanol Oxidation Reaction on the Anode ElectroCatalyst of Direct Methanol Fuel Cell – S. Jalilpour (University of Ottawa, National Research Council Canada), C. Bock (National Research Council Canada), and B. R. MacDougall (University of Ottawa, National Research Council Canada) Rhodium-Containing Multi-Layered Mixed-Metal Oxides As Active Supports for Dispersed PtRu Nanoparticles during Electrooxidation of Ethanol – I. A. Rutkowska, A. Wadas, A. Rogalinska, and P. J. Kulesza (University of Warsaw)

1750

Electrocatalytic Oxidation of Ethanol on Noble Metal Nanoalloys – A. Lewera, J. Piwowar, M. T. Gorzkowski, and B. Gralec (University of Warsaw, Department of Chemistry)

1751

Size, Chemical State, and Reactivity Correlations during the Electrochemical Oxidation of 2-Propanol over Au Nanoparticle Catalysts – Y. W. Choi (Department of Physics, Ruhr Universitaet Bochum), I. Sinev (Department of Physics, Ruhr University Bochum), H. Mistry (Department of Physics, University of Central Florida), I. Zegkinoglou, and B. Roldan (Department of Physics, Ruhr Universitaet Bochum)

1752

The Effect of Ni in the Pt-Ni Electrocatalyst for the Glycerol Electro-Oxidation Reaction – I. Velázquez-Hernández (CIDETEQ), A. C. Gómez Monsiváis (CIDETEQ, Instituto Tecnológico de Tijuana), L. Álvarez-Contreras (CIMAV), M. Guerra-Balcázar, J. LedesmaGarcía (Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro), L. G. Arriaga, and N. Arjona (CIDETEQ)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


1765

Synthesis and Conductivity of Directly Cross-Linked Chitosan / Bis(2-chloroethyl) Ether-1,3-Bis[3-(dimethylamino)Propyl]Urea Copolymer As Alkaline Anion-Exchange Membranes – J. Qiao (Donghua University)

09:00

1826

Recent Advances in Biocathodes Based on Conductive 3D Structures for Biofuel Cells – S. Cosnier (Grenoble Alpes University)

09:20

1827

Development and Comparison of Membrane-/ Mediator-Free Enzymatic Biofuel Cells Using Carbon Nanotube-Based Supports of Varying Morphology – A. S. Campbell, M. F. Islam, and A. J. Russell (Carnegie Mellon University)

1766

PdCu/C Catalysts for the Electrochemical Oxidation of Renewable Polyalcohols – J. Haan, O. Muneeb, J. Estrada, J. Flores, and K. Nguyen (california state university fullerton)

1767

Electrochemical Approaches to Synthesis Different (di)Phenylphosphine Oxide Derivatives – V. Khrizanforova, M. Khrizanforov, T. Gryaznova, and Y. Budnikova (A.E. Arbuzov Institute Organic and Physical Chemistry)

10:00

1828

1768

(Invited) Electrode Nanostructuration for Electricity Production By H2/O2 Enzymatic Fuel Cells – E. Lojou (CNRS-AMU), K. Monsalve, M. Ievgen, C. Gutierrez-sanchez (BIP-CNRS), N. Mano (CRPP-CNRS), and S. Cosnier (Université Joseph Fourier)

Effects of Pb on Electrocatalysis of Alcohol Oxidation Reaction on Pt/C Catalysts in Alkaline Media – R. Chen (Indiana University) and J. Guo (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis)

10:40

1829

The Addition of Ortho-Hexagon Nano Spinel Co3O4 to Improve the Performance of Activated Carbon Air Cathode Microbial Fuel Cell – B. Ge and K. Li (Nankai University)

1769

Tolerance of Impurities in Bioethanol on Pd/C and Pdru/C Catalysts Toward the Ethanol Oxidation Reaction in Alkaline Media – R. Chen (Indiana University), J. Qi (IUPUI), J. Guo (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis), P. Schubert (IUPUI), J. Hyden (Xylogenics Inc), and E. J. Taylor (Faraday Technology)

11:00

1830

1770

Electrochemical Conversion of Cis,Transmuconic Acid to Trans,Trans-muconic Acid and Trans-3-Hexenedioic Acid for Bio-Based Polymer Production – J. E. Matthiesen, J. M. Carraher (Iowa State University), M. Vasiliu, D. A. Dixon (University of Alabama), and J. P. Tessonnier (Iowa State University)

Integration of Non-Platinum Metal Group Catalysts with Bilirubin Oxidase into a Hybrid Material for Oxygen Reduction Reaction: Interplay of Chemistry and Morphology – S. Rojas-Carbonell (University of New Mexico), S. Babanova (J. Craig Venter Institute, University of New Mexico), A. Serov, K. Artyushkova, M. J. Workman, C. Santoro (University of New Mexico), Y. Ulyanova, S. Singhal (CFD Research Corporation), and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico)

11:20

1831

The Role of Micropore and Mesoporous in Activated Carbon As Air-Cathode Catalyst in Microbial Fuel Cell for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – Y. Liu and K. Li (Nankai University)

11:40

1832

Inverse Spinel NiCo2S4 Nanoparticles Coated on Activated Carbon As an Electrocatalyst Applied in Air Cathode Microbial Fuel Cells – L. Pu and K. Li (Nankai University)

L03

1771

Effect of Water-to-Surfactant Ratio (ωo) in the Ynthesis of Pt/Mwcnts By Inverse Microemulsion for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction – C. Silva-Carrillo, R. M. FélixNavarro, E. A. Reynoso-Soto (Instituto Tecnológico de Tijuana), F. Paraguay-Delgado (Centro de Investigación en Materiales Avanzados), and G. Alonso (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)

09:40

Microbial Fundamentals 2 – 14:00 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: Ross D. Milton and Ivana Matanovic 14:00

1833

(Invited) Limitations in Electrochemically Active Biofilms – H. Beyenal and J. T. Babauta (Washington State University)

14:40

1834

Using Electrochemical Techniques to Elucidate Electron-Transport Mechanisms in Microbial Anode Respiration – R. Yoho, B. Lusk, S. Popat, and C. I. Torres (Arizona State University)

15:00

1835

Establishing Direct Electron Transfer in Cyanobacteria for Photocurrent Generation – N. Sekar and R. P. Ramasamy (University of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA)

15:20

1836

Electron Transport in in Situ and Ex Situ Electroactive Microbial Biofilms – M. D. Yates (Naval Research Laboratory, CBMSE), H. Phan, T. Q. Nguyen (University of California, Santa Barbara), and L. M. Tender (Naval Research Laboratory)

Biological Fuel Cells 7

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology Sapphire Ballroom H, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Materials 1 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Sofia Babanova and Haluk Beyenal 08:00

1823

One-Step Synthesis of Hydrangea-like Cu2O@N-Doped Activated Carbon As Air Cathode Catalyst in Microbial Fuel Cell – K. Li and Z. Liu (Nankai University)

08:20

1824

Influence of Different Morphology of Three-Dimensional Cuxo with Mixed Facets Modified Air-Cathodes on Microbial Fuel Cell – K. Li and Z. Liu (Nankai University)

08:40

1825

Novel Fe-N-C Catalysts from Organic Precursors for Neutral Media and Microbial Fuel Cell Application – C. Santoro, A. Serov, S. Rojas-Carbonell, L. Stariha, J. Gordon, K. Artyushkova, and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico)

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15:40 Break

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Wednesday, June 1


16:00

1837

Spatially Resolved Confocal Resonant Raman Microscopic Analysis of Anode-Grown Geobacter Sulfurreducens Biofilms – N. Lebedev, S. Strycharz-Glaven, M. Yates (Naval Research Laboratory, CBMSE), and L. M. Tender (Naval Research Laboratory)

16:20

1838

Understanding the Effect of Oxygen on Shewanella Oneidensis MR-1 per-Cell Extracellular Electron Transfer Rate – M. Lu, G. Wanger, S. Chan, and O. Bretschger (J. Craig Venter Institute)

16:40

1839

Geobacter Sulfurreducens Electrodes for Nitrate Reduction in Ground Water – K. L. Knoche (University of Utah), J. N. Renner (Proton OnSite), and S. D. Minteer (University of Utah)

17:00

1840

Optimized Nanoelectrode Geomerty for Enhanced Direct Extraction of Photosynthetic Electrons from Living Single Algal Cells – H. Hong and W. Ryu (Yonsei University)

1847

Membraneless Ethanol/O2 Biofuel Cell Using PQQ-Dependent Alcohol and Aldehyde Dehydrogenase Along with Au Nanoparticles – S. Aquino Neto (University of Sao Paulo), R. D. Milton, D. P. Hickey (University of Utah), A. R. De Andrade (University of Sao Paulo), and S. D. Minteer (University of Utah)

1848

Micro Computed Tomography As Powerful Tool for Analyzing Post Mortem Biofilm and Carbonate on Operated Cathode in Single Chamber Microbial Fuel Cell – M. Santini (University of Bergamo), M. Guilizzoni (Politecnico di Milano, Department of Energy), M. Lorenzi (University of Bergamo), P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico), E. Marsili (Nanyang Technological University), S. Fest-Santini (University of Bergamo), P. Cristiani (Ricerca sul Sistema Energetico S.p.A.), and C. Santoro (University of New Mexico)

1849

Depth-Resolved Nanospray Desorption Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectroscopy in Electrochemically Active Biofilms – E. Atci, T. Ewing, and H. Beyenal (Washington State University)

1850

Characterization and Optimization of Gas Diffusion Cathode for Single-Chamber Microbial Fuel Cells Application – S. Chan, T. Phan (J. Craig Venter Institute), S. Babanova (J. Craig Venter Institute, University of New Mexico), C. Santoro, P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico), and O. Bretschger (J. Craig Venter Institute)

1851

Strategies for Efficient Microbial Fuel Cell Operation – T. Phan, S. Chan, S. Babanova, and O. Bretschger (J. Craig Venter Institute)

1852

Microbial Fuel Cell Anode Materials: Supporting Biofilms of Geobacter Sulfurreducens – C. Lopez, C. Santoro, P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico), M. D. Yates (Naval Research Laboratory, CBMSE), and L. M. Tender (Naval Research Laboratory)

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center

Wednesday, June 1

L03 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Scott Calabrese Barton, Shelley D. Minteer, and Plamen Atanassov •

1841

Influence of Anode Configuration on Flow Distribution and Performance in Tubular Microbial Fuel Cells – A. Mirhosseini, M. Salvacion, S. Chen, S. Babanova, and O. Bretschger (J. Craig Venter Institute)

1842

Taxonomic Dynamics of Nitrate Reducing Microbial Fuel Cell Communities – M. Salvacion (J. Craig Venter Institute), S. Ishii, S. Ishii (Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology), L. Bussey (J. Craig Venter Institute), K. Carpenter (J Craig Venter Institute), S. Babanova, and O. Bretschger (J. Craig Venter Institute)

1843

1844

Microbial Fuel Cell Prototyping for PilotScale Applications – J. Jones, S. Chen, T. Phan, S. Chan (J. Craig Venter Institute), S. Babanova (J. Craig Venter Institute, University of New Mexico), S. Phadke (J Craig Venter Institute), and O. Bretschger (J. Craig Venter Institute) The Effect of Cation Exchange Membrane on Long-Term Electromethanogenic Performance – K. Carpenter (J Craig Venter Institute), S. Ishii, S. Ishii (Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology), S. Phadke (J Craig Venter Institute), S. Babanova (JCVI), M. Flynn (NASA, Mountain View, CA), J. Hogan (NASA- Ames Research Center), and O. Bretschger (J. Craig Venter Institute)

1845

Operation and Performance of Large-Scale MFCs for Treating Brewery Waste – S. Chen, M. Salvacion, A. Mirhosseini, S. Babanova, and O. Bretschger (J. Craig Venter Institute)

1846

A PEMFC System Operating with Biohydrogen – N. H. Dai (Department of Physical Chemistry, VNUHCM - Univ. Science), T. A. Nguyen Duong (Department of BioChemistry, VNUHCM-Univ. Science), and T. V. Man (Department of Physical Chemistry, VNUHCM-Univ. Science)

154

L06

Ionic Liquids as Electrolytes

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Sapphire 411 A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Session 4 – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Stephen J. Paddison and Joshua R. Sangoro 08:00

1876

(Invited) Ionic Liquid-Based Electrolytes for Alkaly Metal Batteries – G. Giffin, S. Jeong, and S. Passerini Sr. (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU-KIT))

08:40

1877

Copper Dissolution in Chloroaluminate Ionic Liquids – C. Wang and C. L. Hussey (University of Mississippi)

09:00

1878

(Invited) Ionic Liquids for Rechargeable Metal Batteries – M. Kar (Monash University), P. C. Howlett, M. Forsyth (Deakin University), and D. R. MacFarlane (Monash University)

09:40

Break

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10:00

1879

(Invited) High Pressure Investigation of Charge Transport in Ionic Liquids – M. Paluch and Z. Wojnarowska (Institute of Physics, University of Silesia)

10:40

1880

Redox-Active Poly(ionic liquid)s As Active Materials in Energy Devices – G. Hernandez, M. Isik, and D. Mecerreyes (POLYMAT University of the Basque Country)

11:00

11:40

12:00

1881

1882

1883

(Invited) Polymer Electrolytes Based on Ionic Liquids for PEMFC and Lithium Batteries – C. Iojoiu Sr. (CNRS -LEPMI, Alpes University), P. Judeinstein (CEA Saclay), and S. Lyonnard (CEA Grenoble, DSM/INAC/ SPrAM/PCI, UMR 5819) Physical and Chemical Analysis of Three Wide Electrochemical Window Ionic Plastic Crystals As Stable Electrolytes in Li-Ion Batteries – K. J. Stevenson (Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology), A. Dylla, and A. O’Mahony (The University of Texas at Austin) (Invited) Polymerized Ionic Liquid Block Copolymers As Solid-State Electrolytes in Alkaline Fuel Cells – Y. A. Elabd (Texas A&M University)

L07

Renewable Fuels via Artificial Photosynthesis or Electrolysis Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Sensor Sapphire Ballroom I, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Carbon Dioxide Conversion II – 08:20 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Deryn Chu and Ayyakkannu Manivannan 08:20

1922

Electrocatalytic CO2 Reduction on Nanosized Ag Dendrites Electrodeposited on Indium Doped SnO2 Electrodes Immersed in Aprotic Medium – J. A. Banda-Alemán (CIDETEQ), S. Sepúlveda (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), and J. Manríquez (CIDETEQ)

08:40

1923

Is It Greener? Impact of Cathode Catalyst Performance on Life-Cycle Emissions of Producing Methanol By Electrocatalytic CO2 Reduction – M. Pellow and S. Benson (Global Climate and Energy Project, Stanford University)

09:00

1924

Enhanced Electrocatalytic CO2 Reduction on Thiol-Functionalized Gold – Y. Fang, X. Cheng, Y. Xu, and J. Flake (Louisiana State University)

09:20

1925

Alternative Catalyst for CO2 Electrochemical Reduction – A. S. Varela, W. Ju (Technical University of Berlin), B. Roldan (Department of Physics, Ruhr Universitaet Bochum), P. Strasser (Technical University Berlin), H. Mistry (Department of Physics, University of Central Florida), and T. Möller (Technical University of Berlin)

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center L06 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

1884

The Effect of Brighteners on the Fabrication of Electroplated Bright Aluminum Films Using an AlCl3-Emic-Toluene Bath (2) – F. Matsumoto, S. Kaneko, T. Gunji, and T. Tanabe (Kanagawa University)

1885

Multifunctional Carbazole-Based Ionic Liquids – R. Kirankumar and P. Y. Chen (Kaohsiung Medical University)

1886

1887

09:40 Break Invited Speeches on Carbon Dioxide Conversion III – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chair: Deryn Chu 10:00

1926

Electrochromic Devices with Ionic Liquid Based Electrolyte By Room Temperature Process – H. Kim and S. H. Lee (Yeungnam University)

(ECS Toyota Young Investigator Fellowship Program Address) Electrochemical Reduction of CO2(aq) By Solvated Electrons at a PlasmaLiquid Interface – P. Rumbach, R. Xu, and D. B. Go (University of Notre Dame)

10:30

1927

Improvement in Electrochemical Properties of Ionic Liquid PYR14tfsi By Mixing with BMImBF4 As High Safety Electrolyte – C. F. Lee, C. M. Chang, P. H. Wang, H. S. Chen, and Y. W. Chen-Yang (Chung Yuan Christian University)

(Invited) CO2 Photoreduction Under Visible Light By Oxygen-Deficient TiO2 with CoExposed {001} and {101} Facets – Y. Li (Texas A&M University), L. Liu (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee), and K. Yang (University of California-San Diego)

11:00

1928

(Invited) Hybrid Materials for Electrocatalytic and Photoelectrochemical Reduction of Carbon Dioxide: Comparison to Their Activity during Oxygen Reduction – P. J. Kulesza, E. Seta, A. Wadas (University of Warsaw), E. Szaniawska (University of Warsaw, Department of Chemistry), R. Solarska, K. Bienkowski, and I. A. Rutkowska (University of Warsaw)

11:30

1929

(Invited) Unassisted CO2 Photoconversion at Copper Oxide Electrodes – N. C. D. Nath (konkuk University), S. Y. Choi (Kyungpook National University), H. Park (Kyungpook National University, Korea), and J. J. Lee (Dongguk University)

1888

The Ionogel of N-ButylN-Methylpyrrolidinum Bis(trifluoromethanesulfonyl) Imide and Polyvinylidenefluoride-CoHexafluoropropylene for Flexible Lithium Ion Battery – H. S. Chen, C. M. Chang, C. F. Lee, P. H. Wang, and Y. W. Chen-Yang (Chung Yuan Christian University)

1889

Electrooxidative Polymerization of Aniline in Phosphonium Ionic Liquids and Characterization of the Polyaniline Films – K. Tsunashima, D. Ito (National Institute of Technology Wakayama College), M. Matsumiya (Yokohama National University), and Y. Ono (University of Toyama)

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Session 5 – 10:00 – 12:40 Co-Chair: Stephen J. Paddison


Carbon Dioxide Conversion IV – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Deryn Chu and Heli Wang 14:00

1930

Catalytic Activities of Sulfur Atoms in Amorphous Molybdenum Sulfide (MoSx) for the Electrochemical Hydrogen Evolution Reaction – B. S. Yeo (National University of Singapore)

14:20

1931

14:40

1932 CO2 Electroreduction on Different Monoand Bi-Metallic Electrocatalysts: Synthesis, Characterization and Electrode Design – A. Serov, J. Gordon, C. Santoro, M. Padilla, K. Artyushkova (University of New Mexico), O. A. Baturina (Naval Research Laboratory), S. Kazemi, T. Nickchi (Mantra Energy Alternatives Ltd), and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico) 1933

A Differential Electrochemical Mass Spectrometric (DEMS) Study of the Electrocatalytic Reduction of CO2 on Cu and Au/W Electrode Surfaces – A. Javier, J. H. Baricuatro, Y. G. Kim, and M. P. Soriaga (California Institute of Technology)

15:20

1934

Artificial Photosynthesis: Photocatalytic Fixation of CO2 – Y. Zhou, C. Wu, and Z. Zou (Nanjing University)

Wednesday, June 1

16:00

1935

Electrocatalytic Upgrading of Furfural to Produce Biofuels and Fine Chemicals: Synergistic Effects Between Cu Electrocatalysts and Electrolytes – S. Jung and E. J. Biddinger (The City College of New York)

16:20

1936

Controlling the Product Syngas H2:CO Ratio through Pulsed Bias Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 on Copper – B. Kumar, J. P. Brian, R. White, S. Kumari, and J. Spurgeon (University of Louisville)

17:00

1937

1938

1939

Overall Water Splitting By Series-Connected La5Ti2(Cu,Ag)S5O7 Photocathode and BaTaO2 N Photoanode Utilizing Visible Light up to 650nm – T. Higashi (The University of Tokyo, ARPChem), Y. Shinohara (The University of Tokyo), A. Ohnishi (The University of Tokyo, ARPChem), J. Liu (The University of Tokyo), K. Ueda (The University of Tokyo, ARPChem), S. Okamura (The University of Tokyo), T. Hisatomi, M. Katayama (The University of Tokyo, ARPChem), H. Nishiyama, T. Yamada, T. Minegishi (ARPChem, The University of Tokyo), and K. Domen (The University of Tokyo, ARPChem)

1940

Acetaldehyde As an Intermediate in the Electroreduction of Carbon Monoxide to Ethanol on Oxide-Derived Copper – E. Bertheussen, A. Verdaguer-Casdevall (Technical University of Denmark), D. Ravasio (Evolva), J. H. Montoya (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), D. Bøndergaard, C. Roy, S. Meier (Technical University of Denmark), J. Wendland (Carlsberg Laboratory), J. Nørskov (SUNCAT Center for Interface Science and Catalysis), I. E. L. Stephens (Techical University of Denmark), and I. Chorkendorff (Technical University of Denmark)

1941

Convenient and Efficient Surface Reforming of LaTiO2 N Photocatalyst: Poly(4styrenesulfonic acid) Treatment and Microwave Assisted CoOx Deposition – S. Akiyama (Mitsubishi Chemical Co.), T. Yamada (ARPChem), and K. Domen (The University of Tokyo)

Break

Carbon Dioxide Conversion and Biofuels V – 16:00 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: Pawel J. Kulesza and Jae Joon Lee

16:40

L07 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Heli Wang and Nianqiang (Nick) Wu

Catalysts for the Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide – J. Billy and A. Co (The Ohio State University)

15:00

15:40

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center

Carbon Negative CO2 Conversion with Atomically Precise Nanocatalysts – D. R. Kauffman, C. Matranga, J. Thakkar, R. Siva (National Energy Technology Laboratory), and R. Jin (Carnegie Mellon University; Department of Chemistry) Electrochemical CO2 Reduction: Screening of Material Libraries and Improving Selectivity of Cu By Mixing It with Co – J. P. Grote (Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung, Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH), A. R. Zeradjanin, S. Cherevko (Helmholtz-Institut Erlangen-Nürnberg), A. Savan (Ruhr-Universität Bochum), B. Breitbach (Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH), A. Ludwig (RuhrUniversität Bochum), and K. J. J. Mayrhofer (Helmholtz-Institut Erlangen-Nürnberg)

M01

Sensors, Actuators, and Microsystems General Session Sensor Aqua 310 A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Invited Speeches on Sensors – 08:10 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Nianqiang (Nick) Wu and Leyla Soleymani 08:10

1966

(Invited) Triboelectric Nanogenerators for Self-Powering Small Electronics – S. W. Kim (Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU))

08:40

1967

(Invited) Chip Based Electrochemical Imaging of Neuron Transmitters Expression at Single PC12 Cell and 3-D Spheroids Level – C. Z. Li (Liaocheng University, Florida International University), P. Shah (Florida International University), K. Ino, T. Matsue (Tohoku University), Q. Yue (Liaocheng University), and C. Chen (National Center for Nanoscience and Technology of China)

09:10

1968

(Invited) Simple Microfluidic Sample Preparation for Point of Care Diagnostics – R. Selvaganapathy (McMaster University, School of Biomedical Engineering), J. Yang, and S. Ayyash (McMaster University)

09:40

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10:00

1969

Paper-Based Test Strips for Detection of Nucleic Acids and Heavy Metals – X. Gao and N. Wu (West Virginia University)

10:20

1970

Electrochemical Detection of Bacteria Using Portable Paper-Based Culture Devices – F. Deiss and A. Metangmo (IUPUI)

10:40

1971

A Paper-Based Electrochemical Sensor Array for Detection of Hydrogen Peroxide – H. Shamkhalichenar and J. W. Choi (Louisiana State University)

11:00

1972

Efficient Capture of Particles Via Rotating Magnetic Beads in a Microfluidic Channel – D. Owen, M. Ballard, A. Alexeev, and P. Hesketh (Georgia Institute of Technology)

11:20

11:40

12:00

1973

1974

1975

DNA Electrochemical Hybridization Detection in Droplets Using Gold Ultramicroelectrodes in a Two-Electrode Configuration – M. C. Horny (Sorbonne Universités, UPMC Univ Paris 06), M. Lazerges (Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Paris, Université Paris Descartes), J. M. Siaugue (Sorbonne Universités, UPMC Univ Paris 06, CNRS), A. Pallandre (Université Paris Sud, CNRS), A. M. Haghiri-Gosnet (CNRS), and J. Gamby (Sorbonne Universités, UPMC Univ Paris 06, CNRS) An LED-Based Fluorescent Sensing System for on-Site Microalgal Detection – Y. H. Shin, J. Z. Barnett, M. T. Gutierrez-Wing (Louisiana State University), K. A. Rusch (North Dakota State University), and J. W. Choi (Louisiana State University) A Laminar-Flow Based Microfluidic Microbial Three-Electrode Cell for Biosensing – B. Yang, F. Li (Zhejiang University), X. Zhang (Department of Chemistry, UW-Madison), and Z. Li (Zhejiang University)

Biosensors I – 13:40 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Bryan A. Chin and Leyla Soleymani 13:40

14:00

1976

1977

Real-Time Monitoring of Superoxide Anion Radical and Hydrogen Peroxide Generation in Higher Plants in Response to Wounding: In-Vivo Electrochemical Study – A. Prasad (Tohoku Institute of Technology, Palacký University), A. Takahashi, R. Fujii (Tohoku Institute of Technology), R. Matsuoka (Hokuto Denko Corporation), H. Kikuchi (Tohoku Institute of Technology), S. Aoyagi (Hokuto Denko Corporation), T. Aikawa, T. Kondo, M. Yuasa (Tokyo University of Science), M. Tada, M. Kobayashi (Tohoku Institute of Technology), P. Pospíšil (Palacký University), and S. Kasai (Tohoku Institute of Technology)

14:20

1978

Evaluation of Kinetic and Thermodynamic Parameters of Rizatriptan Reduction Using Novel Nanobiosensor – S. Mohammadi Deylamani and A. Islamnezhad (Islamic Azad University, Rasht branch)

14:40

1979

Electrochemical Dissolution of a Microneedle System for Controlled Drug Release in Smart Devices – A. Anderson and J. Davis (Ulster University)

15:00

1980

Detection of Cortisol in Pbs Buffer and Fish Blood Plasma By Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – M. L. Pali (southern illinois university carbondale) and I. I. Suni (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)

15:20

1981

Monitoring of Nitric Oxide Levels Released from NOS-Loaded Liposomes in Proximity of Cystic Fibrosis Cell Line Models – M. Bayachou (Cleveland State University), T. Bose, and T. Henderson (Cleveland State Univ)

15:40

Break

Biosensors II – 16:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Leyla Soleymani and Raluca-Ioana Stefan-van Staden 16:00

1982

Rapid Detection of Live Versus Dead Bacteria – S. Horikawa, Y. Liu, S. Du, I. H. Chen, H. C. Wikle III, and B. A. Chin (Auburn University)

16:20

1983

All-Solution-Processed Wrinkled Gold Nanoparticles As Sensors – C. Gabardo, J. Yang, N. Smith, C. Adams-McGavin, and L. Soleymani (McMaster University)

16:40

1984

High Frequency Sensing with Enhanced Sensitivity in Graphene Nanogrid FET Immunosensor – J. Basu and C. Roychaudhuri (Indian Institute Of Engineering Science And Technology)

17:00

1985

Detection of Volatile Plant Chemicals Using Novel Enzymatic Electrochemical Biosensor – Y. Fang (College of Engineering, University of Georgia) and R. P. Ramasamy (University of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA)

17:20

1986

A Versatile Bioanode with Improved Current Density and the Coulombic Efficiency through a Cascade Reaction – M. N. Zafar (Department of Chemistry, University of Gujrat, Gujrat, Pakistan), I. Aslam (Department of Applied Chemistry and Biochemistry, Govt. College University Faisalabad, Pakistan), S. Murtaza (Department of Chemistry, University of Gujrat, Gujrat, Pakistan), and L. Gorton (Lund University, Lund, Sweden)

17:40

1987

Towards a Ni-P 3D Electrostatic Energy Harvesting MEMS for Medical Implants – S. Risquez, M. Woytasik, H. Cai, J. Moulin, and E. Lefeuvre (Université Paris Sud)

Rapid Detection of Pathogens By a 3D Biomolecular Filter and Automated Biosensor Measurement System for Liquid – S. Du (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), S. Horikawa, Y. Liu, Y. Chai (Auburn University), J. Hu (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), and B. A. Chin (Auburn University)

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Microfluidic Sensing Devices – 10:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Sushanta Mitra and Raluca-Ioana Stefan-van Staden


Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center

1996

Micro Device for Bio-Particle Positioning in a Confined Microfluidic Volume Using Carbon MEMS and Dielectrophoretic Forces – O. Pilloni (Facultad de Ingeniería, UNAM), J. L. Benítez (Instituto de Investigaciones en Materiales, UNAM), and L. Oropeza-Ramos (Facultad de Ingeniería, UNAM)

1997

Nanostructured Sensors for Biomedical Diagnosis and Environmental Monitoring – X. Gao and N. Wu (West Virginia University)

1998

Highly Sensitive and Simultaneous Determination of Hydroquinone and Catechol at an Optimized Activated Glassy Carbon Electrode – A. J. S. Ahammad, M. A. Ullah, M. M. Hoque, T. Akter, and A. A. Mamun (Jagannath University)

M01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Nianqiang (Nick) Wu and Raluca-Ioana Stefan-van Staden •

Wednesday, June 1

1988

1989

1990

1991

Synthesis and Characterization of Gold Nanostructures and Their Activity Against Dopamine – J. F. Silva, S. Ramirez, N. Silva, M. P. Oyarzun, and J. Pavez (Universidad de Santiago de Chile) Double-Layer Planar Coil Detector for Improved Detection of Salmonella on Food Contact Surfaces – Y. Liu (Auburn University), S. Du (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), S. Horikawa, H. C. Wikle III (Auburn University), J. Hu (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), F. Wang (Shandong Academy of Agriculture Sciences, Auburn University), and B. A. Chin (Auburn University) Electron Transfer Studies Between New Fad-Dependent Glucose Dehydrogenase and Different Osmium Polymers (Applications in biosensors and biofuel cells) – I. Aslam (Govt. College University Faisalabad, Pakistan), M. N. Zafar (University of Gujrat, Gujrat, Pakistan), R. Ludwig (University of Natural Resources and Life Science, Austria), D. Leech (National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland), and L. Gorton (Lund University, Lund, Sweden) Ethanol Gas Sensing Behavior of ZnO Nanorods Decorated with Various Metal Catalysts – H. Park, E. Lee, Y. Chung, and D. J. Kim (Auburn University)

1992

The Investigation of Ti Doped Zinc Oxide Sensing Membrane in Bio-Sensor Applications – Y. L. Su (Chang Gung University)

1993

Trace Determination of Acesulfame-K Using Voltammetric Nanosensor and Evaluation of Kinetic Parameters – S. Hajimosaei and A. Islamnezhad (Islamic Azad University, Rasht branch)

158

1994

1995

Comparative Electroanalytical Study on Fabrication of CN Selective Sensor Based on Polymeric Membrane Electrode and Coated Graphite Electrode – A. K. Singh (INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ROORKEE) and S. Bhardwaj (Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India) Modification of BDD Electrodes By Organic Films Towards Detection of Selected Nucleobases Nucleosides and Nucleotides – P. Niedzialkowski (Faculty of Chemistry, University of Gdansk), R. Bogdanowicz (Gdansk University of Technology, WETI), P. Zieba (Faculty of Chemistry, University of Gdansk), J. Ryl (Faculty of Chemistry, Gdansk University of Technology), M. Sobaszek (Gdansk University of Technology), M. Smietana (Warsaw University of Technology), and T. Ossowski (Faculty of Chemistry, University of Gdansk)

Z02

Nanotechnology General Session featuring Nanoscale Luminescent Materials 4 All Divisions / Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee Aqua 303, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Nanoscale Luminescent Materials 4: Fabrication and Characterization – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Vivian E. Ferry and Fabrice Gourbilleau 08:00

2103

(Invited) Adventures in Si Nanocrystal Surface Chemistry....Controlling Optical Properties and so Much More – J. Veinot (University of Alberta)

08:40

2104

(Invited) Silicon-Based Nano-Composites Made from All-Inorganic Colloidal Silicon Nanocrystals – M. Fujii (Graduate School of Engineering, Kobe University)

09:20

2105

Synthesis of Nano-Phosphor By Water Assisted Room Temperature Solid State Reaction (WASSR) Method – K. Toda, T. Hasegawa, T. Kaneko, A. Toda, S. W. Kim, K. Uematsu, T. Ishigaki (Niigata University), J. Koide (N-Luminescence Corporation), M. Toda (N-Luminescence corporation), and Y. Kudo (N-Luminescence Corporation)

09:40

Break

10:00

2106

(Invited) All-Optical Measurement of Quantum Efficiency in Luminescent Materials and Its Application to Silicon Nanocrystals – I. F. Crowe, M. P. Halsall (The University of Manchester), and R. M. Gwilliam (University of Surrey)

10:40

2107

(Invited) XAFS of Rare Earth Elements in Amorphous Silicon Alloys: What Do We Know about the Local Structure? – L. R. Tessler and G. F. Bosco (Unicamp)

11:20

2108

(Invited) Luminescent Rare-Earth Doped Thin Film Nanostructures As Building Blocks for Nanophotonic and Lighting Applications – I. Camps, A. Mariscal, and R. Serna (Instituto de Optica, CSIC)

12:00

2109

Size-Controlled Synthesis of Near-IR-LightEmitting AgInTe2 Nanocrystals for Biological Imaging – T. Kameyama, Y. Ishigami (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University), S. Kuwabata (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University), and T. Torimoto (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University) Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


14:00

14:40

2110

2111

(Invited) GaAs Quantum Dots in Gap Nanowires: Growth and Luminescence – R. R. LaPierre, P. Kuyanov, and J. Boulanger (McMaster University) (Invited) Upconverting Fluoride Nanocrystals - Synthesis and Optical Properties – A. Noculak and A. Podhorodecki (Wroclaw University of Technology)

15:20 Break 15:40

16:20

17:00

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2114

17:40

(Invited) Plasmonic Hot Carrier Injection in Wide Bandgap Nitride Semiconductors – P. Narang (California Institute of Technology) (Invited) High Efficiency, Color-Tunable InGaN/GaN Nanowire Light Emitting Diode Arrays – R. Wang, Y. H. Ra, and Z. Mi (McGill University) (Invited) on-Chip and Silicon-Compatible Er-Doped Aluminum Oxide Lasers – J. D. B. Bradley (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, McMaster University), P. Purnawirman (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), E. Shah Hosseini (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Analog Photonics), Z. Su, E. S. Magden (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), N. Li (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard University), G. Singh, J. Sun (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), T. N. Adam, G. Leake, D. Coolbaugh (University at Albany), and M. R. Watts (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Concluding Remarks

Z03

2120

Grand Challenges in Energy Conversion and Storage Electrodeposition / Energy Technology / High Temperature Materials / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Aqua Salon F, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Grand Challenges in Energy Conversion and Storage 4 – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Ying Shirley Meng and Toshiyuki Nohira 08:00

2143

High-Energy-Density, Long-Life LithiumSulfur Batteries – A. Manthiram (The University of Texas at Austin)

08:30

2144

Grand Challenge: Attaining the Limits of Intercalation Reactions – M. S. Whittingham (Binghamton University)

09:00

2145

Overcoming Additives and Optimizing Cationic Substitution for Enhanced Supercapacitor Performance – R. Robinson (Cornell University)

09:30 Break Grand Challenges in Energy Conversion and Storage 5 – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Thomas F. Jaramillo and Stephen Maldonado 10:00

2146

Molten Sulfides: From Thermoelectricity to Electrochemical Extraction – A. Allanore (MIT)

10:30

2147

Development of Practical Sodium-Ion Batteries Using Amide Ionic Liquids: High Energy Efficiency, Excellent Cycleability and Wide Temperature Range Operation – T. Nohira (Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto University), R. Hagiwara, K. Matsumoto, C. Ding (Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University), A. Fukunaga, S. Sakai, and K. Nitta (Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd.)

11:00

2148

Science and Technology of High Efficiency Solar Cells and Materials – M. Yamaguchi (Toyota Technological Institute)

11:30

2149

Preparation of Solar-Grade Silicon By Chemical and Electrochemical Processes – T. Homma (Dept. of Applied Chemistry, Waseda University, Nanotechnology Research Center, Waseda University), M. Kunimoto (Nanotechnology Research Center, Waseda University), X. Yang (Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto University), K. Yasuda (Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University, Environment, Safety & Health Org., Kyoto University), Y. Fukunaka (Nanotechnology Research Center, Waseda University), and T. Nohira (Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto University)

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center Z02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Peter Mascher and David J. Lockwood •

2115

Material Conversion of GaAs Nanowires – K. Nishioka and F. Ishikawa (Ehime University)

2116

Effects of N Incorporation on Carrier Recombination in GaAs-Based Nanowires Grown By Molecular Beam Epitaxy on Si Substrates – S. Chen, W. M. Chen (Linkoping University), F. Ishikawa (Ehime University), and I. A. Buyanova (Linkoping University)

2117

Spin-Polarized Light Emitting Self-Assembled InAs/GaAs Quantum-Dot Molecular Structures: The Dominant Mechanism for Spin Loss during Spin Injection – Y. Q. Huang, Y. Puttisong, I. A. Buyanova, and W. M. Chen (Linkoping University)

2118

Crystallization of Silicon Thin Films By Microwave-Induced Rapid Heating – S. Kimura, K. Ota, M. Hasumi (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), A. Suzuki, M. Ushijima (Tokyo Electron Limited), and T. Sameshima (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)

2119

Calibration of a Circular HV Magnetron Sputtering Source for in-Situ RE Doping of Ecr-PECVD Si-Based Thin Films – J. W. Miller, J. Wojcik, J. D. B. Bradley, and P. Mascher (McMaster University)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

Impact of Conjugated Mechanical and Electrical Stimuli on Interfacial Adhesion and Electrical Contact – V. Zade, A. Martini (UC Merced), and M. H. Lee (University of California, Merced)

159

Wednesday, June 1

Nanoscale Luminescent Materials 4: Compound Semiconductor Nanosystems – 14:00 – 17:50 Co-Chairs: Leandro R. Tessler and Rosalia Serna


Grand Challenges in Energy Conversion and Storage 6 – 14:00 – 15:30 Co-Chairs: Thomas P. Moffat and Andrew A. Gewirth 14:00

2150

Processes and Materials Synthesis – 10:00 – 12:25 Co-Chairs: E. J. Taylor and S. R. Narayanan 10:00

A System-Level Approach to Evaluating Grid Storage Technologies: Net Energy Analysis of Hydrogen and Batteries for Smoothing Intermittent Renewables – M. Pellow (Global Climate and Energy Project, Stanford University), C. Emmott (Dept. of Physics, Imperial College London, Grantham Inst. for Clim. Change, Imperial College London), C. J. Barnhart (Dept. of Environ. Sciences, Western Washinton Univ.), and S. Benson (Dept. of Energy Resources Engineering, Stanford Univ., Global Climate and Energy Project, Stanford University)

14:30

2151

Electrochemical Fabrication of 3D Gradient Refractive Index Micro-Optics – P. V. Braun (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

15:00

2152

(Invited) The Power Flow Coloring: Concept and Implementation Methods – T. Matsuyama and S. Javaid (Kyoto University)

Grand Challenges in Energy Conversion and Storage Panel Discussion – 15:30 – 17:00

10:05

2159

The Role of Renewable Hydrogen in Sustainable Manufacturing – K. E. Ayers (Proton OnSite)

10:45

2160

Electrochemical Ammonia Synthesis Under Ambient Conditions Using Alkaline Media – B. Sheets, K. Beverage, and G. G. Botte (Ohio University)

11:05

2161

Electroplating Titanium on Conductive and Non-Conductive Substrates – M. Parker (Crista Chemical Company LLC)

11:25

2162

Study of HF-Free Pulse Reverse Electropolishing of Nb Surface with an Alkaline Electrolyte – H. Tian (Jefferson national lab), J. Taguchi (Nomura Plating Co, Ltd), C. E. Reece (Jefferson national lab), A. Namekawa (Nomura Plating Co, Ltd.), T. Saeki, and H. Hayano (KEK)

11:45

2163

Analysis of Pulse-Reverse Nb Electropolishing with H2so­­4 for Srf Cavities – H. Tian, C. E. Reece (Jefferson national lab), M. Meyerson (University of Maryland), and C. McCord (University of West Florida)

12:05

2164

In Search of an Alternative Solar Grade Silicon Production By Electrochemical Reduction of SiO2 – B. Akpinar, E. Ergul (Middle East Technical University), M. Erdogan (Yildirim Beyazit University), and I. Karakaya (Middle East Technical University)

Panel Discussion

15:30

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center Z03 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00

Wednesday, June 1

Z05

2153

2154

Preparation of Cu2SnS3 Layers By Sulfurization of Electrodeposited Cu-Sn Multilayer Precursors – D. Sylla (IREC), J. Creus Sr. (LASIE Université de la ROCHELLE), M. EspindolaRodriguez, M. Placidi, F. Oliva, E. Saucedo (IREC), and A. Perez-Rodriguez (IREC, IN2UB Universitat de Barcelona) New Bimetal Catalysts Supported on Silica Nanospheres for the Production of Synthetic Diesel – C. Neira, D. M. Ortiz, J. C. Arango, F. Márquez, and A. M. de Jesús (Universidad del Turabo)

Processes and Cell Design – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Gerardine G. Botte and Katherine E. Ayers 08:00 2155

(Invited) Beyond Vapor Compression Technologies – A. M. Bouza (U.S. DOE)

08:45

2156

Materials Engineering Using Nano-Fibrous and Molecular Cellulose – H. Wang (University of Maryland at College Park)

09:05

2157

Electrochemical Upgrading of Bio-Oil – L. A. Diaz, T. E. Lister (Idaho National Laboratory), A. Padmaperuma, M. Lilga, H. Job, T. Lemmon (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), and Q. Tran (Idaho National Laboratory)

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Analysis of High-Speed Rotating Flow in 2D Polar (r - θ) Coordinate – D. S. Pradhan (Indian Institute of Science) Break

Introductory Remarks

14:05

2165

Sustainable Electrochemical Machining for Metal Recovery, Elimination of Waste, and Minimization of Water Usage – E. J. Taylor, B. Skinn, T. D. Hall, S. Lucatero, S. Snyder, H. McCrabb, H. Garich (Faraday Technology, Inc.), and M. E. Inman (Faraday Technology Inc.)

14:25

2166

Influence of Composition of Ti/SnO2-Sb2O5 on the Kinetics of Electro-Oxidation – Q. Ni, D. W. Kirk, and S. J. Thorpe (University of Toronto)

14:45

2167 Ba0.5Sr0.5Co0.8Fe0.2O3-δ on N-Doped Mesoporous Carbon Derived from Organic Waste As a BiFunctional Oxygen Catalyst – J. Wang (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

15:05

2168

Crack-Healing in Metals By Electrochemical Method – Y. N. Shi (Institute of Metal Research)

15:25

2169

(Science for Solving Society’s Problems Challenge Grant Winner) Electrochemical Disinfection of Wastewater Using Urea Electrolysis – M. Muthuvel, B. Neyhouse, and G. G. Botte (Ohio University)

Welcoming Remarks

08:05

09:25

New Electrochemical Technologies for Water and Materials – 14:00 – 15:45 Co-Chairs: Arumugam Manthiram, John Lewellen Stickney, and Gautam Banerjee

Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing All Divisions / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Cobalt 520, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Introductory Remarks

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center Z05 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

2170

Extremely Flat Metal Films Fabricated By a Surface Roughness Transfer Method for Flexible Electronics – S. Kim (POSTECH) and J. L. Lee (Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH)) Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


(Invited) The Use of Modeling to Reveal Root-Cause and Quantify Degradation Effects in Electrochemical Systems – T. F. Fuller (Georgia Institute of Technology)

15:20

2214

(Invited) Transient Models for Porous Electrodes for Electrochemical Energy Conversion – A. M. Svensson and S. Sunde (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)

15:40

2215

Simulation of Transport Properties in Gas Diffusion Layer of PEMFC Using Lattice Boltzmann Method – J. Kim, S. Lee, C. Yim, and I. Hwang (Hyundai motor company)

16:00

2216

Modeling Transport Phenomena in Ammonia Fuel Cells – D. Suh (Center for Electrochemical Engineering Research), G. G. Botte (Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering), and D. A. Daramola (Center for Electrochemical Engineering Research)

16:20

2217

Theoretical Calculations of Ammonia Oxidation Kinetics on Platinum, Iridium and Their Bimetallic Clusters – A. Estejab (Ohio University) and G. G. Botte (Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering)

Break

16:40

2218

(Invited) Application of Density Functional Theory in the Design of Materials for Fuel Cell Applications – I. Matanovic and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico)

17:00

2219

Design of Nanoporous Carbons As Anode Materials for Sodium (Na) Ion Batteries – Q. Cai and A. Karatrantos (University of Surrey)

17:20

2220

1+1D Non-Isothermal and Two-Phase Transient Model of PEM Fuel Cells for RealTime Estimation and Control – A. Goshtasbi (University of Michigan), B. Pence (Ford Motor Company), and T. Ersal (University of Michigan)

17:40

2221

Modelling of Processes inside a Rechargeable Oxide Battery – V. Erfurt, W. Braun, R. Spatschek, and L. Singheiser (FZ Jülich, Institute of Energy and Climate 2 (IEK-2))

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Modeling: From Elucidation of Physical Phenomena to Applications in Design V – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: David A. Harrington and Trung Van Nguyen 08:00

Introductory Remarks

08:10

2201

(Keynote) Modeling of Impedance – J. Newman (University of California, Berkeley)

08:50

2202

The Influence of Coupled Faradaic and Charging Currents on Impedance Spectroscopy – S. L. Wu (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), M. E. Orazem (University of Florida), B. Tribollet (CNRSLISE), and V. Vivier (LISE - UMR 8235)

09:10

2203

Frequency Dispersion Associated with Surface Heterogeneity of Faradaic Reactions Coupled By an Adsorbed Intermediate – C. L. Alexander (University of Florida), B. Tribollet (CNRS-LISE), and M. E. Orazem (University of Florida)

09:30 10:00

2204

Mathematical Models for the Impedance Response of Subcutaneous Glucose Sensors – M. Harding, M. E. Orazem (University of Florida), and B. Tribollet (CNRS-LISE)

10:20

2205

Ion Mobility in Concentrated Electrolytes Studied By AC-Impedance: An Experimental Approach for Measuring Membrane Potentials – R. Pattnaik and A. G. Munoz (Gesellschaft für Anlagen- und Reaktorsicherheit GRSmbH)

10:40

2206

Understanding the Pseudocapacitive Behavior of RuO2 from First Principles – N. D. Keilbart and I. Dabo (The Pennsylvania State University)

11:00

2207

Electrochemical Mechanism Insights from Mott-Schottky Measurements: Application to Europium in Molten Oxide – A. H. Caldwell and A. Allanore (MIT)

11:20

2208

(Invited) Advanced Control of Two-Phase Flow in Gdl for PEM Fuel Cells – Y. Wang (UCI)

Exhibit Hall H, San Diego Convention Center

2222

Phase-Field Modeling of Metal Plating on Battery Electrodes – A. Fang and M. Haataja (Princeton University)

2223

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)

2224

Simulation of a Multi-Hole Cathode Bipolar Plate Design for Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells – K. D. Baik, H. Ji, K. Kim, J. Kim, and S. B. Cho (Agency for Defense Development)

11:40

2209

Model-Free Kinetic Data Analysis Using Massive Dynamic Impedance Data Sets – R. L. Sacci (University of Victoria*) and D. A. Harrington (University of Victoria)

12:00

2210

Cell Reversal Phenomenon during Start-up of Alkaline Fuel Cell Stacks – N. Akhtar (AFC Energy plc.)

Modeling: From Elucidation of Physical Phenomena to Applications in Design VI – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Thomas F. Fuller and Ann Mari Svensson 14:00

2211

(Keynote) Multiscale Modeling of PolymerElectrolyte-Fuel-Cell Components – A. Z. Weber (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

14:40

2212

(Invited) Engineering Approaches to LithiumIon Cell Design – R. Spotnitz (Battery Design LLC)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

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11:40

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The Effect of Membrane Fixed Charge on Ion Transport in All-Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries – Y. Lei, B. Zhang, B. Bai (SKLMFPE, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China), and T. Zhao (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

Indigo Ballroom E, Hilton San Diego Bayfront Lithium Battery - Electrolyte Studies – 09:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Stephanie Wunder and Haleh Ardebili

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Joint General Session: Batteries and Energy Storage-and-Fuel Cells, Electrolytes, and Energy Energy Technology / Battery Indigo Ballroom A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

09:00

189

High Ionic Conductivity, Mechanically Strong Ion Gels Made from Methyl Cellulose/ PYR14tfsi – P. R. Chinnam, R. Mantravadi, and S. Wunder (Temple University)

09:20

190

In Situ Study of Strain-Dependent Ion Conductivity of Stretchable Polyethylene Oxide Electrolyte – T. Kelly, B. Moradi Ghadi, S. Berg, and H. Ardebili (University of Houston)

09:40

191

Solid Polymer Electrolytes: Material Design As Gel or Membranes for Battery Applications – H. Srour (Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon), C. Monnereau, and C. Bucher (Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon)

10:00

192

Evaluation of Silicon-Based Full Cells and the Importance of Scale-up – M. Karulkar, H. Wen, R. Blaser, and R. Kudla (Ford Motor Company)

10:20

193

Wide Temperature Range Electrolyte Formulations for Start-Stop Vehicle Applications – G. Cheng, Y. Zhu, and D. Strand (Wildcat Discovery Technologies)

10:40

194

High Lithium Ion Transference Numbers for Multi-Ionic Salts in PYR14tfsi/ Methyl Cellulose Ion Gel Separators for Libs – P. R. Chinnam, V. Chatare, S. Chereddy, R. Mantravadi, and S. Wunder (Temple University)

11:00

195

Influence of Porous Separators on the Ionic Conductivity of Nonflammable Liquid Perfluoropolyether Electrolytes – D. Devaux, Y. H. Chang, I. Villaluenga (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), X. C. Chen (University of California, Berkeley), M. Chintapalli (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and N. P. Balsara (University of California Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

11:20

196

Novel Electrolytes for Low-Temperature Electrochemical Energy Storage Devices – Y. S. Meng, C. S. Rustomji, Y. Yang, T. Kim, E. Caldwell, and H. Yoon (University of California, San Diego)

11:40

197

In Situ Transmission FTIR Spectroscopy Investigation of the Electrolyte Oxidation Reaction Under High-Voltage – L. Wang, Y. Ma, Y. Qu, Y. Gao, and G. Yin (Harbin Institute of Technology)

Redox Flow Batteries – 09:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Fuqiang Liu and S. R. Narayan 09:00

09:20

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Enhanced Conversion and Storage of Solar Energy Using an All-Vanadium Continuous Photoelectrochemical Flow Reactor – Z. Wei, Y. Shen, D. Liu, and F. Liu (University of Texas at Arlington) A Soluble-Lead-Redox-Flow-Battery with Embedded Reticulated Vitreous   Carbon and Inter - Digitated Graphite As Negative and Positive Plates – M. K. Ravikumar and A. K. Shukla (Indian Institute of Science)

09:40

200

Real-Time Crossover Measurement in AllVanadium Redox Flow Batteries – Y. Ashraf Gandomi (Dep. of Mechanical Engineering, University of Tennessee), D. Aaron, and M. M. Mench (University of Tennessee)

10:00

201

Effect of Repeated Oxidation and Reduction of Glassy Carbon on VIV-VV Electrode Kinetics – M. Al Hajji Safi, M. Balandeh, J. A. Murphy, N. Quill, R. P. Lynch (Department of Physics & Energy, University of Limerick), A. Bourke, and D. N. Buckley (Department of Physics & Energy, University of Limerick, Dept. of Chem. Eng., Case Western Reserve University)

Thursday, June 2

10:20

10:40

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Effects of Electrochemical Pretreatments on the Kinetics of FeII-FeIII, VIV-VV and Hydroquinone-Quinone Electrode Reactions on Glassy Carbon – M. Balandeh, M. Al Hajji Safi, R. P. Lynch (Department of Physics & Energy, University of Limerick), A. Bourke, and D. N. Buckley (Department of Physics & Energy, University of Limerick, Dept. of Chem. Eng., Case Western Reserve University) Noble Metal Nitride X Catalyst for H2-Br2 Redox Flow Batteries – H. Doan, A. Alsudairi, S. Ghoshal, M. Bates, Q. Jia, and S. Mukerjee (Northeastern University)

11:00

204

Electrospun Carbon Nanofibers Decorated with Mn3O4 for Vanadium Redox Flow Battery – A. Di Blasi, C. Busacca, O. Di Blasi, N. Briguglio (CNR ITAE), and V. Antonucci (CNR-ITAE Institute)

11:20

205

Investigation of the Effect of Electrolyte Velocity on Mass Transport in Porous Electrode Utilizing a Symmetric Cell – X. You, Q. Ye, and P. Cheng (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)

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Operando Mössbauer Spectroscopy Investigations of Li-Ion Batteries and NonPrecious Metal Electrocatalysts for PEM Fuel Cells – M. Sougrati (CNRS/ICGM Montpellier), J. C. Jumas (ICG Montpellier), and L. Stievano (RS2E - CNRS FR3459)

14:20

208

Generic Model Control for Lithium-Ion Batteries – M. Pathak (University of Washington Seattle), S. Kolluri, and V. Subramanian (University of Washington, Seattle)

14:40

209

Macroscale Vs. Microscale Simulation of Porous Battery Electrodes – K. Higa, S. L. Wu, D. Y. Parkinson, Y. Fu, V. Battaglia, and V. Srinivasan (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

14:00

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Printable 3-D Carbon Architectures for Li/S Rechargeable Batteries – M. Bolloli, M. Schröder, E. Mayousse, R. Vincent, C. Barchasz, and B. Chavillon (CEA, LITEN, F-38054 Grenoble, France)

14:20

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Rational Design of Size-Selective Membranes for Next-Generation Electrochemical Energy Storage – S. E. Doris (Department of Chemistry, Univ. of California, Berkeley, The Molecular Foundry), A. L. Ward, P. D. Frischmann, and B. A. Helms (The Molecular Foundry, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research)

14:40

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An Innovative Polymer Design for Polysulphides Shuttle Effect in LithiumSulphur Batteries – M. Ling, C. Yang (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab), H. Zhao, Z. Jia (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), H. Wang (Beijing Institute of Technology), S. Fang (lawrence berkeley national lab), and G. Liu (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

15:00

219

Assessments on Nafion Modifications of Lithium-Sulfur Batteries--Effects at Different Cell Positions: Sulfur Cathode, Separator and Lithium Metal Anode – J. Luo and N. L. Wu (National Taiwan University)

15:20

220

All-Solid State Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – A. Cassel (Laboratoire Réactivité et Chimie des Solide CNRS UMR7314, Réseau Stockage Electrochimique de l’Energie CNRS FR 3459), V. Viallet (Réseau Stockage Electrochimique de l’Energie CNRS FR3459), and M. Morcrette (Laboratoire de Réactivité et de Chimie des Solides)

15:40

221

Sulfur Impregnated Expanded Graphene Cathode for High Performance Lithium Sulfur Batteries – S. A. Abbas (Research Center for Applied Science,AS, TW, Department of ESS, NTHU, TW), P. C. Wang (Department of ESS, NTHU, TW), and C. W. Chu (Research Center for Applied Science,AS, TW)

16:00

222

Quantitative Life Prediction Using High Precision Coulometry with Automotive Current Rates – J. Marcicki, A. Masias, T. Coupar, and O. Elsayed (Ford Motor Company)

Improved Electrochemical Performance of Lithium-Sulfur Batteries Using a Modified Separator Coated with Ca(OH)2 and Acetylene Black – H. Shao (Beijing University of Chemical Technology) and Y. Huang (Beijing University of Chemical Technology.)

16:20

223

3D Mapping of Lithium in Rechargeable Batteries – H. Wang (University of Maryland at College Park), Y. He (State University of New York, Binghamton), and G. Downing (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

Modified Separator Using Inactive Materials from the Cathode for Advanced Lithium Sulfur Batteries – N. Liu (Beijing University of Chemical Technology) and Y. Huang (BEIJING UNIVERSITY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOG)

16:40

224

Chemically Functionalized Graphene for High Performance Lithium/Sulfur Batteries – Y. Zhang (Chinese Academy of Sciences)

17:00

225

Study of Room Temperature Solid Polymer Electrolyte for Lithium Sulfur Battery – J. Liu, Y. Lin, C. Zhang, and Y. Liu (Central South University)

Pseudo-Two-Dimensional (P2D) Reformulation Modeling of Li-Ion Batteries Using Kalman Filter (KF), Particle Filter (PF), and Hybrid Particle Filter (HPF) Algorithms – 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) Electrolyte-Electrode Interactions and Interphases – S. M. Russell, A. V. Cresce (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), and K. Xu (Center for Research on Extreme Batteries)

15:40

212

Tracking Electrochemical Processes at the Nanoscale: Operando Transmission Electron Microscopy of Lithium Dendrite Formation – R. L. Sacci, J. Black, N. Balke, K. L. More, N. J. Dudney, and R. R. Unocic (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

16:00

213

Revealing Lithium Dendrite Morphologies Via in Situ Optical Microscopy and X-Ray Nano-CT – D. X. Liu (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, National Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow), S. Frisco, P. Mandal, J. Whitacre, S. Litster (Carnegie Mellon University), C. T. Love, and K. Swider-Lyons (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory)

16:20

16:40

214

215

Lithium Sulfur – 14:00 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: Brett A. Helms and Gao Liu 14:00

211

15:20

Indigo Ballroom A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

163

Thursday, June 2

Lithium Ion Batteries - In situ Studies and Modeling – 14:00 – 17:00 Co-Chairs: Kang Xu and Manan Pathak


A02

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

10:25

356

Study of P2-Type Layered Oxide Cathode with High Power Density for Rechargeable Na Batteries – C. Ma (University of California San Diego), J. Alvarado (University of California - San Diego), and Y. S. Meng (University of California, San Diego)

10:45

357

Chemically Synthesized Li2O2 Composite Cathode for Closed System Li-O2 Batteries – A. Bhargav and Y. Fu (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis)

11:05

358

A NiO-RuO2 Nanoparticle-Decorated Carbon Powder Cathode for Non-Aqueous LithiumOxygen Batteries – P. Tan, W. Shyy, and T. Zhao (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

11:25

359

On the Key Role of the Carbon Conductive Additive on the Performance of Si-Based Electrodes with High Areal Capacities – Z. Karkar (INRS-EMT; CNRS-IMN), D. Mazouzi (CNRS-IMN), C. Reale Hernandez (INRS-EMT), D. Guyomard (CNRS-IMN), L. Roué (INRS-EMT), and B. Lestriez (CNRSIMN)

11:45

360

Silicon Nanoparticles Coated in Carbon By Scalable Laser Pyrolysis for Li-Ion Alloy Anodes - Control, Performance, and Optimization – J. P. Alper, F. Boismain (CEA Saclay DSM/IRAMIS/NIMBE/LEDNA), J. Sourice (CEA Saclay DSM/IRAMIS/NIMBE, UMR 3685), W. Porcher (DRT/LITEN/DEHT/ SRGE/LRC), C. Reynaud (CEA Saclay DSM/ IRAMIS/NIMBE/LEDNA), C. Haon (Univ. Grenoble Alpes), and N. Herlin (CEA Saclay DSM/IRAMIS/NIMBE, UMR 3685)

12:05

361

Surface Analysis of Composite Cathodes in Li-Ion Batteries: SEI Composition As a Function of Spatial Origin and Cycling Protocol – N. Schulz, R. Hausbrand, and W. Jaegermann (Darmstadt University of Technology)

12:25

362

Pressure Swing Recovery from Cyclic Delamination of Freestanding Carbon Nanofiber for Li-Air Battery Cathodes – J. Kim and Y. L. Joo (Cornell University)

Battery / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Sapphire Ballroom A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Electrodic Materials I – 08:00 – 12:45 Co-Chairs: Stefano Passerini Sr., Steve Greenbaum, and Maria Assunta Navarra 08:00

350

(Invited) Advanced Cathode Material for High Energy Sodium-Ion Batteries – Y. K. Sun (Hanyang University)

08:25

351

Preparation of LiCoO2/Li3BO3/ Li6.75La3Zr1.75Nb0.25O12 composite Electrodes By Using Flux Growth and Characterization of Their Electrochemical Properties for All-Solid-State Libs – N. Zettsu (CREST, JST, Shinshu University), H. Onodera, S. Kaneko (Shinshu University), and K. Teshima (Shinshu University, CREST, JST)

08:45

09:05

Thursday, June 2

09:25

352

353

164

Effects of Ni/Co Doping on the Properties of LiFeaNibCocPO4 High-Performance Olivine Cathodes for Lithium Batteries – G. Pagot (Department of Industrial Engineering University of Padua), F. Bertasi (Department of Chemical Sciences - University of Padova, CNR-IENI), G. Nawn, A. Bach Delpeuch (Department of Chemical Sciences University of Padova), E. Negro (Department of Industrial Engineering University of Padua, Department of Chemical Sciences University of Padova), S. Tonello (Department of Chemistry University of Padova), R. Rigato (Department of Chemical Sciences, University of Padova), S. Polizzi (Department of Molecular Sciences - University of Venice), and V. Di Noto (CNR-IENI, Department of Industrial Engineering University of Padua)

354 Li3Cr2(PO4)3 As Cathode Material for LiIon Batteries – M. Reichardt (Paul Scherrer Institute, Electrochemistry Laboratory), S. Sallard (Paul Scherrer Institut Electrochemistry Laboratory), P. Novák, and C. Villevieille (Paul Scherrer Institute, Electrochemistry Laboratory)

09:45 10:05

Layered-to-Rock-Salt Transformation in Desodiated NaCrO2 – S. H. Bo (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab), X. Li (Harvard University), A. J. Toumar (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and G. Ceder (University of California, Berkeley)

355

Electrodic Materials II – 13:55 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Stefania Panero and Yang-Kook Sun 13:55

363

(Invited) Reactions of Positive Active Materials of Lib – Z. Ogumi, H. Arai (Kyoto University), Y. Orikasa (Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies), and Y. Uchimoto (Kyoto University)

14:20

364

Nanoscale Mixed-Oxide Coatings for Improving Rate Performance of Li[Ni0.5Mn0.3Co0.2]O2 Cathode in a Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery – M. R. Laskar (University of Wisconsin-Madison), D. H. K. Jackson, S. Xu, Y. Guan, S. Fang (University of Wisconsin - Madison), M. Dreibelbis (The Dow Chemical Company), M. K. Mahanthappa, D. Morgan (University of Wisconsin - Madison), R. J. Hamers (Department of Chemistry, UW-Madison), and T. F. Kuech (University of Wisconsin Madison)

Coffee Break Bacteria-Assisted Synthesis of Electrode Materials for Li or Na Batteries – B. Mirvaux (LCRS, FR CNRS 7314, France), N. Recham (Laboratoire de Réactivité et Chimie des Solides (LRCS)), J. Miot (Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris, France), M. Courty (Laboratoire de Réactivité et de Chimie des Solides), F. Guyot (Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris, France), D. Larcher (Laboratoire de Réactivité et Chimie des Solides), and J. M. Tarascon (Collège de France)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


15:00

15:20

15:40

365 366

367

368

Engineering Metal Nano-Composite As Anode in High-Performance Li-Ion Batteries – J. Niu (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) Analysis of the Active Material Microstructure Constituting the Positive Electrode in LithiumIon Batteries Application – P. E. Cabelguen (CEA - Liten), D. Peralta (CEA-LITEN), M. Cugnet (CEA), J. C. Badot (Institut de Recherche de Chimie Paris - CNRS -), O. Dubrunfaut (Laboratoire de Genie Electrique de Paris - SUPELEC), and P. Mailley (CEA) Recent Advances in Layered-Layered and Layered-Layered-Spinel Composite Cathode Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries Produced with Solid State Synthesis: An Experimental and First-Principles Study – S. Kim (Northwestern University), J. K. Noh, K. Y. Chung, B. W. Cho (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), and C. Wolverton (Northwestern University) The Role of Composite Binder on Mechanics and Performance of Lithium Ion Battery Electrodes – A. M. Grillet, T. Humplik, E. K. Stirrup, D. Barringer, H. Mendoza, S. A. Roberts (Sandia National Laboratories), C. M. Snyder (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), C. A. Apblett (University of New Mexico), K. R. Fenton, and K. N. Long (Sandia National Laboratories)

B03

369

Recent Advances in Cathode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries – D. Aurbach, B. Markovsky, E. M. Erickson, F. Schipper, H. Bouzaglo, O. Srur-Lavi, H. Sclar, C. Ghanty, F. Amalraj, D. T. Major, M. Dixit, P. Nayak (Bar-Ilan University), K. J. Park, B. B. Lim, and Y. K. Sun (Hanyang University)

16:40

370

Structural and Morphological Tuning of LiCoPO4 materials Synthesized By SolvoThermal Methods for Li-Cell Applications – S. Brutti, J. Manzi (Dipartimento di Scienze, Università della Basilicata), D. Di Lecce (Sapienza University of Rome), J. Hassoun (Università di Ferrara), and S. Panero (Sapienza University of Rome)

17:00

371

Advanced Characterization of Li- and Beyond Li-Ion Battery Cathode Materials Via Electron Microscopy – P. J. Phillips (University Of Illinois At Chicago), D. P. Abraham (Argonne National Laboratory), and R. F. Klie (University Of Illinois At Chicago)

17:20

17:40

372

373

Reversible Lithiation/Delithiation Behavior in Conversion-Type Tin Phosphide/Graphite Composite Anode for Li-Ion Batteries – Z. F. Li (Ohio University), Y. Ding, C. U. Segre (Illinois Institute of Technology), Y. Wang, and G. G. Botte (Ohio University) Systematic Variation of Sulfur Cathode Chemistry and Its Effects on Cell Performance – B. R. Perdue, H. E. Height, J. McBrayer, and C. A. Apblett (Sandia National Laboratories)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

Nanocarbons / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Aqua 313, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Nanotube Optics and Characterization II – 08:00 – 10:20 Co-Chair: Yuichiro K. Kato 08:00

662

(Invited) Spectral Characteristics of Cryogenic Carbon Nanotubes – A. Högele (Fakultät für Physik and Center for NanoScience, LMU Munich)

08:20

663

Angular Emission Properties of Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes and Individual Covalent Dopant Sites – N. F. Hartmann (MPA-CINT, Los Alamos National Laboratory), X. Ma (CINT, Sandia National Laboratories), H. Htoon, and S. K. Doorn (MPA-CINT, Los Alamos National Laboratory)

08:40

664

(Invited) Using Variance Spectroscopy to Measure Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Absorption Cross Sections – R. B. Weisman, S. R. Sanchez, S. M. Bachilo, Y. Kadria-Vili, and C. W. Lin (Rice University)

09:00

665

(Invited) Cell Membrane Proteins Modulate the Carbon Nanotube Optical Bandgap Via Surface Charge Accumulation – D. Roxbury, P. V. Jena, Y. Shamay (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), C. Horoszko (Weill Cornell Medical College), and D. A. Heller (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University)

09:20

666

(Invited) Single Carbon Nanotube Tracking Reveal Nanoscale Dimensions of Living Tissue Structuration – L. Cognet (Univ. Bordeaux, Institut d’Optique & CNRS)

16:00 Break 16:20

Carbon Nanotubes - From Fundamentals to Devices

09:40 10:00

667

Break Carbon Nanotube Photoluminescence for Bioelectroanalytical Measurements – D. A. Heller (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), D. Roxbury, P. V. Jena, J. BudhathokiUprety, R. M. Williams, Y. Shamay, J. Shah (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), J. D. Harvey (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University), C. Horoszko (Weill Cornell Medical College), R. E. Langenbacher (Weill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University), and T. V. Galassi (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University)

Nanotube Devices and Applications II – 10:20 – 12:00 Co-Chair: Tobias Hertel 10:20

668

(Invited) Transport and Emission Properties of Polymer-Sorted Monochiral and Mixed Carbon Nanotube Networks – J. Zaumseil (University of Heidelberg)

10:40

669

(Invited) Cavity Enhanced Light Emission from Electrically Driven Carbon Nanotubes – R. Krupke (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Technische Universität Darmstadt)

11:00

670

(Invited) Physics and Applications of Spontaneously Aligned Macroscopic Nanotube Assemblies – W. Gao, X. He, A. Zubair, N. Komatsu, C. Guo, L. Xie, and J. Kono (Rice University)

165

Thursday, June 2

14:40


11:20

671

(Invited) All-Electronic Sensing of Single Molecule Dynamics Using Carbon Nanotube Devices – P. G. Collins (Univ. of California, Irvine)

11:40

672

(Invited) Photocurrent Spectroscopy of Exciton and Free Particle Optical Transitions in Suspended Carbon Nanotube Pn-Junctions – S. B. Cronin (University of Southern California)

08:20

690

(Invited) The Adaptive Structure of Carbon Nanohybrids Toward High-Relaxivity for the New MRI Contrast Agent – B. Y. Sun (Institute of High Energy Physics , CAS) and R. Cui (Institute of High Energy Physics)

08:40

691

(Invited) Organic Functionalization of Lithium-Ion-Endohedral Fullerenes – Y. Matsuo (The University of Tokyo)

09:00

692

(Invited) Isolation and Structure Determination of La@C70(CF3)3 – S. Aoyagi (Nagoya City University), Z. Wang, H. Omachi, R. Kitaura, and H. Shinohara (Nagoya University)

09:20

693

(Invited) The Regioselectivity of the DielsAlder and Bingel-Hirsch Additions to La@ C2v-C82 – M. Solà (Institut de Química Computacional i Catàlisi), J. P. Martínez, M. Garcia-Borràs, M. Swart (Universitat de Girona), J. Poater (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), F. M. Bickelhaupt (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Radboud University Nijmegen), J. M. Luis, and S. Osuna (Universitat de Girona)

Nanotube Optics and Characterization III – 14:00 – 17:00 Co-Chairs: Stephen K. Doorn and Alexander Hogele 14:00

673

(Invited) Nanotubes for DNA Conformation Sensing – S. V. Rotkin (Lehigh University)

14:20

674

Advanced Spectral Analysis for Characterizing Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Samples – R. B. Weisman, S. M. Bachilo, and Y. Kadria-Vili (Rice University)

14:40

675

Intensity Ratio of Resonant Raman Modes for (n,m) Enriched Semiconducting Carbon Nanotubes – Y. Piao (National Institute of Standards and Technology), J. R. Simpson (Towson University), J. K. Streit, G. Ao, M. Zheng, J. A. Fagan, and A. R. Hight Walker (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

15:00

15:20

676

677

(Invited) Interaction of Molecules with Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Probed By Photoluminescence and Raman Spectroscopy – Y. Homma (Department of Physics, Tokyo University of Science) Alkane Filled Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes: Endohedral Volume Control for Improved Nanotube Properties – J. Campo, Y. Piao, S. Lam, J. K. Streit, A. R. Hight Walker, and J. A. Fagan (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

09:40

Endofullerenes and Carbon Nanocapsules III – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Xing Lu and Chunru Wang 10:00

694

(Invited) New Endohedral Fullerene Compounds and Derivatives – L. Echegoyen (The University of Texas at El Paso)

10:20

695

(Invited) Unprecedented Aromatic Ring Scissoring Observed in the Reaction of Sc3n@Ih-C80 with Aryl Azides – G. W. Wang (University of Science and Technology of China)

10:40

696

(Invited) Structural Studies of Metal-Fullerene Interactions from Ouside to Inside – A. Aghabali (University of California, Davis), M. M. Olmstead (University of Califronia, Davis), and A. L. Balch (University of California, Davis)

11:00

697

(Invited) Stabilization of Giant Fullerene Cages By Encapsulation of Large Metallic Clusters – X. Lu (Huazhong University of Science and Technology)

11:20

698

(Invited) Self-Assembly of Endohedral Metallofullerenes: A Decisive Role of Cooling Gas and Metal-Carbon Bonding – A. A. Popov, Q. Deng (IFW Dresden), and S. Irle (Nagoya University)

11:40

699

(Invited) Butterfly inside Carbon Cage: Preparation, Structural Characterization and Chemical Properties of Novel Dimetallic Oxide Cluster Fullerenes – N. Chen and L. Feng (Soochow University)

15:40 Break

Thursday, June 2

16:00

678

(Invited) Evidence for Strong Electronic Correlations and Band-Gap Renormalization in Doped Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes – T. Hertel, H. Hartleb, F. Spaeth, K. Eckstein, M. Achsnich, and F. Schoeppler (JuliusMaximilian University of Wuerzburg)

16:20

679

(Invited) Exciton Dissociation and Trion Generation in Individual Carbon Nanotubes – Y. K. Kato (The University of Tokyo)

16:40

680

Trion Dynamics in Hole-Doped (6,5) SingleWall Carbon Nanotube Films – K. Eckstein, R. Ickert, P. Kunkel, F. Schoeppler, and T. Hertel (Julius-Maximilian University of Wuerzburg)

B04

Endofullerenes and Carbon Nanocapsules Nanocarbons Aqua 311 B, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Endofullerenes and Carbon Nanocapsules II – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Takeshi Akasaka and Luis Echegoyen 08:00

166

689

(Invited) A Highly Efficient and Tumor Vascular-Targetingtherapeutic Technique with Size-Expansiblegadofullerene Nanocrystals – C. Wang (Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

Break

Endofullerenes and Carbon Nanocapsules IV – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Takeshi Akasaka and Alan L. Balch 14:00

700

(Invited) Entrapping a Group-VB Transition Metal, Vanadium, within an Endohedral Metallofullerene – S. Yang (University of Science and Technology of China)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


701

(Invited) Electronic and Structural Properties of New Endohedral Metallofullerenes – J. M. Poblet, R. Morales, A. Rodríguez-Fortea (Universitat Rovira i Virgili), S. Fortier, D. Buck, and L. Echegoyen (University of Texas at El Paso)

14:40

702

(Invited) Chemical Purification of M3N Clusters in the Larger C88-C102 Cage – S. Stevenson (Purdue University (Fort Wayne))

15:00

703

(Invited) Aromaticity, Cage Structure, and Relative Abundancy of Endohedral Metallofullerenes – J. M. Luis, M. GarciaBorràs, S. Osuna (Universitat de Girona), and M. Solà (Institut de Química Computacional i Catàlisi)

15:20

704

15:40

16:20

705

706

(Invited) Graphene Nanoribbons through Directed Molecular Assembly and Stitching – R. Jordan, Y. Wang, S. I. Khan, R. B. Kaner, and Y. Rubin (University of California, Los Angeles) (Invited) Regioselective Thiolation of Perchlorinated Graphene – Y. Tan (Xiamen University)

707

(Invited) Aligning Organic Dipolar Molecules in Carbon Nanotubes for Nonlinear Optics – S. Cambre, J. Campo, C. Beirnaert, C. C. Verlackt, and W. Wenseleers (University of Antwerp)

17:00

708

(Invited) Near Infrared Photoluminescence of Endohedral Metallofullerenes – T. Okazaki (CNT-Application Research Center, AIST)

17:20

709

(Invited) Water-Dimer Encapsulations into C84 – Z. Slanina (DCBC NCCU), S. Nagase (Kyoto University), T. Akasaka (Huazhong University of Science & Technology), and X. Lu (Huazhong University of Science and Technology)

Fullerenes - Chemical Functionalization, Electron Transfer, and Theory

10:20

11:00

740

(Invited) Tailoring Graphene for Spintronics – R. Miranda (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)

11:20

741

(Invited) Bi-thermoelectricity in Fullerenebased Molecular Junctions – N. Agraït (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid and Imdea-nanoscience), L. Rincón-García, and C. Evangeli (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid)

11:40

742

(Invited) Helical Polymer Wrapped C70Fluorene Triadds As Ultrafast Nonlinear Photoresponsive Materials – M. Wang (University of Massachusetts, Lowell), S. Jeon (Department of Chemistry, University of Massachusetts), L. S. Tan, T. Cooper (Air Force Research Laboratory), and L. Chiang (University of Massachusetts)

B06

Graphene and Beyond: 2D Materials

Nanocarbons / Dielectric Science and Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Aqua 311 A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Energy Applications – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chair: Michael S. Arnold 08:00

771

Graphene Oxide Nanocomposites for Supercapacitor Electrodes – P. B. Pawar, S. Saxena (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay), S. Suman (Indian Institute of technology Bombay), and S. Shukla (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay)

08:20

772

Graphene and Graphene Oxide in Low Temperature Fuel Cells for Enhanced Performance. – S. M. Holmes (The University of Manchester) and P. Balakrishnan (University of Manchester)

08:40

773

Enzymatic Glucose Biofuel CELL Based on Graphene – S. Bagheri (University Malaya)

09:00

774

Electrochemical Water Treatment Using Graphene, Graphene Foam and Graphene / Metal Oxide Composites – E. Roberts, F. Sharif, and L. Gagnon (University of Calgary)

09:20

775

Low Cost Fabrication of Graphene Oxide Films As Efficient Counter Electrode for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells (DSSC) – K. K. Devarepally (Heriot-Watt University)

Nanocarbons Aqua 311 A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

General – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Rodolfo Miranda and Min Wang 10:00

(Invited) Exohedral Functionalization of Fullerenes: New Insights from Computational Studies – A. Rodríguez-Fortea, L. Abella, A. Moreno, and J. M. Poblet (Universitat Rovira i Virgili)

Break

16:40

B05

739

(Invited) Controlling the Dipolar Coupling in Endohedral Fullerene-Phthalocyanine Dyads – K. Porfyrakis (University of Oxford)

Endofullerenes and Carbon Nanocapsules V – 16:00 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Luis Echegoyen and Shangfeng Yang 16:00

10:40

737

738

(Invited) Charge Generation in BulkHeterojunctions Based on Fullerene Heterodimers – V. Dyakonov, A. Sperlich (University of Wuerzburg, Germany), O. G. Poluektov, J. Niklas (Argonne National Laboratory, USA), J. L. Delgado (IMDEANanociencia, now at U of the Basque Country, Spain), and N. Martin (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain) (Invited) Concave Host Molecules Containing Phosphorus Atoms for Fullerenes – M. Yamamura and T. Nabeshima (University of Tsukuba)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

Thursday, June 2

14:20

09:40 Break Functionalization, Processing, and Sensing I – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chair: Haim Grebel 14:00

776

(Invited) Graphene and “Beyond” GrapheneEnabled Bio-Nano Hybrids for Programmable Chemical Detection – A. T. C. Johnson Jr. (univ of pennsylvania)

14:20

777

Impact of Hydrogen on Carrier Mobility and Concentration in Graphene Decorated with Pd Nanoparticles – A. Goto, G. Takeuchi, R. Yamachi, T. Tanaka, T. Takahashi, and K. Uchida (Keio University)

14:40

778

(Invited) Graphene and Graphene-Analogue Aerogels: Synthesis and Applications – M. A. Worsley (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)

167


15:00

779

Covalent Functionalization of Graphene on Surfaces and in Solution – A. Hirsch (University of Erlangen)

09:00

867

(Invited) Low Frequency Modes of Porphyrin Systems – V. Schünemann (University Kaiserslautern)

15:20

780

Understanding the Binding Mechanism for Catalysis and Energy Storage – Y. Liu (California Institute of Technology), B. Wood (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory), J. Lou, P. M. Ajayan, B. I. Yakobson (Rice University), and W. A. Goddard III (California Institute of Technology)

09:20

868

(Invited) Molecular Mechanism of NO Reduction By Bacterial Nitric Oxide Reductases – Y. Shiro (RIKEN SPring-8 Center/ Univ. Hyogo)

09:40 10:00

869

(Invited) Molecular Mechanisms of Signal Transduction in Heme-Containing Oxygen Sensor Proteins – M. Martinkova, M. Stranava, V. Fojtikova, P. Man, V. Martinek, and T. Shimizu (Department of Biochemistry, Charles University in Prague)

10:20

870

(Invited) New Cyclic Porphyrin Arrays ~ Preparation and Specific Elution Behavior on Modified Silica-Gel Columns – A. Satake (Tokyo University of Science)

10:40

871

(Invited) DNA As Supramolecular Template for the Assembly of Porphyrin Arrays – E. Stulz and I. Mames (University of Southampton)

11:00

872

(Invited) Stabilization of a Saddle-Distorted Porphyrin Monoacid – T. Kojima, W. Suzuki, H. Kotani, and T. Ishizuka (University of Tsukuba)

11:20

873

(Invited) Energetic Analysis of Interactions in Electron Transfer Complex Between Cytochrome C and Cytochrome C oxidase – K. Ishimori (Hokkaido University)

11:40

874

(Invited) Oxidation Chemistry of Manganese Porphyrins in Interaction with DNA – G. Pratviel (CNRS)

(Invited) Chalcogenide Glasses for Planar Devices – S. Novak (University of Central Florida), P. T. Lin (Texas A&M), C. Li, L. Sisken (University of Central Florida), W. Deng (Virginia Tech), J. Hu, A. Agarwal (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and K. A. Richardson (University of Central Florida)

12:00

875

(Invited) Structure and Function of Heme Acquisition System in Corynebacterium Glutamicum – S. Aono (National Institutes of Natural Sciences)

786 The P- and N- Doping of Graphene through Specific Plasma Processing – R. Narayanan, A. Zaretski, D. Lipomi, and P. R. Bandaru (University of California, San Diego)

14:00

876

(Invited) Thermodynamics and Kinetics at the Solid-Solution Interface: Who Wins When? – K. W. Hipps and U. Mazur (Washington State University)

14:20

877

(Invited) Growth, Structure, and Optoelectronic Properties of Crystalline Binary Porphyrins – U. Mazur, K. W. Hipps, B. Borders, and M. VanZijll (Washington State University)

14:40

878

(Invited) Pre-Organized Dinucleosides with Pendant Porphyrins for the Formation of Sandwich Type Complexes with DABCO with High Association Constants – N. Solladie (Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination CNRS)

15:40 Break Functionalization, Processing, and Sensing II – 16:00 – 18:00 Co-Chair: Andreas Hirsch 16:00

781

(Invited) Functionalization of Graphene By Oxo-Addents As Performance Boost – S. Eigler (Chalmers University of Technology)

16:20

782

Chemical Functionalization of N-Doped Graphene – F. Langa, M. J. GomezEscalonilla, M. Barrejon (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha), A. Primo, and H. García (CSIC-UPV)

16:40

783

(Invited) Chiral Graphene Quantum Dots – M. Vázquez-Nakagawa (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), L. Rodríguez-Pérez, M. Herranz (Universidad Complutense), and N. Martín (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain)

17:00

17:20

Thursday, June 2

17:40

B08

Break

784

785

Synthesis of Large Area Graphene Flakes with Low Defect Density Using the Electrochemical Exfoliation Technique – A. Mir and A. Shukla (Indian Institute of Technology Delhi)

Porphyrins, Phthalocyanines, and Supramolecular Assemblies

Supramolecular Assemblies – 14:00 – 18:20 Co-Chairs: Nathalie Solladie and Kei Ohkubo

Nanocarbons Aqua 314, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Heme and Biomimetic Porphyrins – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Koichiro Ishimori and Takashi Hayashi 08:00

864

(Invited) Photoactive Biodegradable Nanoparticles As Anti-Cancer Nanovectors – F. Cunin (ICGM, CNRS)

08:20

865

(Invited) Construction of Hemoprotein Assembly Via Heme-Heme Pocket Interaction and Its Photochemical Property – T. Hayashi, T. Mashima, S. Hirayama, and K. Oohora (Osaka University, Department of Applied Chemistry)

15:00

879

(Invited) Colour Bricks: Molecule-ByMolecule Supramolecular Arrays of Peryleneimides and Phthalocyanines on Solid Substrates – A. Efimov, E. Efimova, E. Sariola-Leikas, A. Hiltunen, H. Hakola, and P. Vivo (Tampere University of Technology)

08:40

866

(Invited) Metalation of Porphyrins on Surfaces in Liquid and Vacuum – O. Lytken (Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg)

15:20

880

(Invited) Multi-Chromophore Containing Nanostructures Prepared Using Host-Guest Interactions – J. Jayawickramarajah, M. Zhu, C. Battle, and X. Zhou (Tulane University)

168

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


16:00

16:20

16:40

881

882

883

(Invited) Multiple Photosynthetic Reaction Centers of Porphyrinic Polypeptide-Li+@ C60 Supramolecular Complexes – K. Ohkubo (Osaka University, Meijo University), T. Hasegawa (Osaka University), R. Rein, N. Solladie (Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination - CNRS), and S. Fukuzumi (Osaka University) (Invited) Electrochemical Bistability of Porphyrin in Supramolecular Porphyrin/ Phthalocyanine Assembly – K. Tanaka and Y. Yamada (Nagoya University) (Invited) Supramolecular Porphyrin Copolymer Directed By Host-Guest Interactions and Metal Coordination – T. Haino (Graduate School of Science, Hiroshima University)

17:00

884

(Invited) Metal Assembly of a Dendrimer with a Porphyrin Core – K. Yamamoto (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

17:20

885

(Invited) Synthesis and Photophysical Properties of Photofunctional Porphyrin Supramolecular Assemblies – T. Hasobe and H. Sakai (Faculty of Science and Technology, Keio University)

17:40

886

(Invited) Ionic Self-Assembly of Iron(III) Porphyrin into Nanoflowers As Highly Efficient Oxygen Reduction Reaction Electrocatalysts after Pyrolysis – Y. Song and Y. Xie (Dalian Unviersity of Technology)

18:00

C01

887

(Invited) Controlled Growth of Porphyrin Based Nano/Micro Coordination Polymers and Their Use in Olefin Oxidation – K. Y. Lee and S. J. Lee (Dept of Chemistry, Korea University)

Corrosion General Session

Corrosion Indigo 204 B, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Corrosion in Harsh and Complex Environments II – 08:00 – 12:40 Co-Chair: Rudolph Buchheit 08:00

958

Surface Characterization of Candidate Materials for High Temperature Power Plants – D. Rodriguez and D. Chidambaram (University of Nevada Reno)

08:20

959

Corrosion Behavior of Austenitic Stainless Steel in Supercritical CO2 Containing O2 and H2o – L. Teeter, N. Huerta, O. Dogan, M. Ziomek-Moroz, R. Oleksak, and D. Oryshchyn (National Energy Technology Laboratory)

08:40

960

Corrosion of Engineering Alloys in Supercritical CO2 – Z. Karmiol, D. Rodriguez, K. Summers, and D. Chidambaram (University of Nevada Reno)

09:00

961

Evaluation of Candidate Materials for Use in Supercritical CO2 Environment – D. Rodriguez, Z. Karmiol, K. Summers, and D. Chidambaram (University of Nevada Reno)

09:20

962

Characterization of Austenitic Steels for High Temperature Power Plants – Z. Karmiol and D. Chidambaram (University of Nevada Reno)

09:40

10:00

963

Comparative Corrosion Behavior of Austenitic Stainless Steels in Carbonate Melt at 650 °C Under Controlled CO2-O2 Environment – S. P. Sah, E. Tada, and A. Nishikata (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

10:20

964

Corrosion and Redox Potential Control of High Temperature Materials in Fluoride and Chloride Molten Salts – R. E. Fuentes, L. C. Olson, M. J. Martinez-Rodriguez, J. R. Gray, and B. L. Garcia-Diaz (Savannah River National Laboratory)

10:40

965

Electrochemical Study of Corrosion in High Temperature Molten Salts – B. L. Garcia-Diaz, L. C. Olson, M. J. Martinez-Rodriguez, R. E. Fuentes, and J. R. Gray (Savannah River National Laboratory)

11:00

966

Corrosion Suppression with Redox Control in KCl-MgCl2 Under Flow – L. C. Olson, J. R. Gray, M. J. Martinez-Rodriguez, R. E. Fuentes, and B. L. Garcia-Diaz (Savannah River National Laboratory)

11:20

967

Corrosion Behavior of Structural Materials for Use in Solar Thermal Molten Salt Power Plants – K. Summers and D. Chidambaram (University of Nevada Reno)

11:40

968

Development of Electrochemical Methods for High Temperature Molten Fluoride Salt Systems – F. Carotti, M. Brichford, and R. Scarlat (University of Wisconsin - Madison)

12:00

969

Electrochemical Performance of the Li-Bi Reference Couple in Molten LiCl-Li2O-Li – W. Phillips, A. Merwin, and D. Chidambaram (University of Nevada Reno)

12:20

970

Corrosion Behavior of Monel 400 in Molten LiCl-Li2O-Li – W. Phillips, A. Merwin, and D. Chidambaram (University of Nevada Reno)

Corrosion Protection – 14:00 – 18:20 Co-Chair: Sannakaisa Virtanen 14:00

971

The Effect of Nickel Alloy Corrosion Under Cathodic Protection inside High Temperature Molten Salt Systems – B. A. Tavakoli, S. Shimpalee, J. W. Weidner (University of South Carolina), B. L. Garcia-Diaz, M. J. MartinezRodriguez, and L. C. Olson (Savannah River National Laboratory)

14:20

972

Investigation, Modeling and Design of a Cathodic Protection System for Hull Structures in Marine Environment – R. Aksu (Middle East Technical University, Atılım University), R. O. Uguz (Middle East Technical University, FNSS), M. Erdogan (Yildirim Beyazit University), H. Meco (FNSS), and I. Karakaya (Middle East Technical University)

14:40

973

Evaluating Water Corrosivity of Water Treatment Plants in Korea – J. H. Park, Y. Huh, B. Min, I. C. Choi, H. M. Chung (National Institute of Environmental Research), Y. B. Park (Seoul Water Institute), Y. J. Choi (Seoul Water Institue, Seoul Metropolitan Government), E. Park, and M. Lee (Seoul Water Institute)

Break

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

169

Thursday, June 2

15:40 Break


15:00

15:20

974

975

The Technology of Corrosion Control with Corrosion Inhibitors in Water Pipes – Y. B. Park (Seoul Water Institute), Y. J. Choi (Seoul Water Institue, Seoul Metropolitan Government), E. Park (Seoul Water Institute), J. Lee (Seou Water Institute), J. H. Park, B. Min, Y. Huh, I. C. Choi, and H. M. Chung (National Institute of Environmental Research) Adsorption and Corrosion Inhibition Behaviour of Some N-{n-[1-R-5-(quinoxalin6-yl)-4,5-Dihydropyrazol-3-Yl]Phenyl} Methanesulfonamides on Mild Steel in 1 M HCl (n = 2, 3, 4; R = propanoyl, methylsulfonyl): Experimental and Theoretical Studies – L. O. Olasunkanmi (North-West University (Mafikeng Campus), Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria) and E. E. Ebenso (North-West University (Mafikeng Campus))

D02

Chemical Mechanical Polishing 14

Dielectric Science and Technology Sapphire 411 B, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

CMP Fundamentals – 08:30 – 13:30 Co-Chair: V. Chaitanya 08:30 08:40

1045

(Invited) Quantification and Characterization of Adsorbed BTA on Copper Surfaces Under Conditions Relevant to Barrier CMP – B. Wu and S. Raghavan (University of Arizona)

09:20

1046

The Use of Coefficient of Friction (COF) Measurements As a CMP Slurry Development Tool – J. A. Schlueter (Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.) and M. Graham (Air Products and Chemicals Inc.)

09:40

1047

The Mechanism of the Bridge Defect Caused By the Reaction with the Dispersant Polymer in Slurry and the Double Patterning Photo Layer – H. S. Kim, D. H. Jang, and H. S. Hwang (Memory C&C Tech. Team, Samsung Electronics)

15:40 Break 16:00

16:20

976

977

The Development of Novel Sound-Absorbing and Anti-Corrosion Nanocomposite Coating – C. Y. Huang (National Taiwan University), G. S. Jhuang (Green Technology Research Institute, CPC Corporation), and Y. L. Lee (National Taiwan University) Corrosion Resistance in Acidic Solution of Ni-W Nanostructured Alloys – J. Creus, M. Lagarde, N. Shakibi NIA (LASIE - Université de la ROCHELLE), A. Billard (IRTESLERMPS), L. Pichon (PPRIME - Université de Poitiers), X. Feaugas, and C. Savall (LASIE - Université de la ROCHELLE)

978

Degradation of Ir-Ta Oxide Coated Ti Anodes in Sulfuric Acid Solutions – D. Ma, V. Ngo, and S. Raghavan (University of Arizona)

17:00

979

Polarization Behavior of Iron Under Artificial Zinc Corrosion Products Formed from Aqueous MgCl2 Solutions Containing Zn2+ – E. Tada and A. Nishikata (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

17:20

980

Corrosion Behavior and Contact Resistance of Electroplated γ-ZnNi with Passivation Layers – S. M. Volz, J. B. Claypool, M. O’Keefe, and W. Fahrenholtz (Missouri University of Science and Technology)

17:40

981

Electrodeposition, Microstructural Characterization and Anticorrosive Properties of Zn-Mn Alloy Coatings – D. Close, N. Stein (Institut Jean Lamour UMR 7198 CNRS Université de Lorraine), N. Allain, A. Tidu (LEM3 CNRS UMR 7239), E. Drynski (Institut Jean Lamour UMR 7198 CNRS Université de Lorraine), M. Merklein (Institute of Manufacturing Technology), and R. Lallement (Daimler AG)

Thursday, June 2

16:40

18:00

982

The Utilization of Hydrophobic Coatings on Insulative Skirts to Galvanically Decouple Mechanically-Fastened Aluminum Alloy and Carbon-Fiber Reinforced Polymer-Matrix Composites – R. Srinivasan and L. H. Hihara (University of Hawaii at Manoa)

10:00

Morning break

10:20

1048

Material Removal Behavior of NanoSized Cerium Hydroxide Abrasive Slurry for Chemical Mechanical Polishing – H. J. Kim, T. H. Lee, and A. Ryan (GLOBALFOUNDRIES)

10:40

1049

Mechanisms and Development of CeriaBased, Fast Oxide Slurries – N. D. Urban, D. Dickmann, B. Her, and B. Santora (Ferro Corporation)

11:00

1050

Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopic Studies of Particle Properties for Colloidal Ceria Abrasives Used in Chemical-Mechanical Planarization – D. K. Schorr, M. A. Smith (Bradley University), A. K. Rawat, C. T. Carver, M. Moinpour (Intel Corporation), and E. E. Remsen (Bradley University)

11:20

1051

Probing the Role of Slurry Chemistry on Nanoparticle-Media Adsorption Relevant to Cu CMP Filtration Applications – R. A. Wienck (Department of Chemistry, Lewis University), A. Mlynarski (Lewis University), P. Connor, P. Levy (Pall Corporation), and J. J. Keleher (Lewis University, Department of Chemistry)

11:40 13:10

1052

Lunch Molecular Characterization and Design of CMP Pads – J. Arnó (Cabot Microelectronics)

Emerging CMP Technologies – 13:30 – 16:20 Co-Chair: Yaw S. Obeng 13:30

1053

(Invited) Critical Review of CMP Requirements in the Future – G. Banerjee (Versum Materials)

14:10

1054

Surface Characterization Driven CMP Optimization for GaN – A. Karagoz (Ozyegin University), M. Siebert, P. Leunissen (BASF SE), and G. B. Basim (Ozyegin University)

14:30 14:50

170

Welcoming Remarks

1055

Afternoon break Nano-Sized Chemical Release Capsules Enable High Planarization Efficiency CMP Processes – R. Ihnfeldt (General Engineering & Research, L.L.C.) Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


1056

Initial Study on the Polishing Performance of Nitrogen-Doped Silicon Carbide (SiC) – L. Qin, S. Gu, H. J. Kim, J. H. Han (GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc.), and D. R. Koli (Globalfoundries)

15:30

1057

3-D Extension of Chemical Mechanical Polishing for Nano-Structuring Applications on Alternative Technologies – Z. Ozdemir and G. B. Basim (Ozyegin University)

15:50

1058

Planarization of GaN Using a FeIII-Ligand Based Catalyst in H2O2 Solution to Improve Its Removal Rate – L. Xu Jr. (Tinghua University) and G. Pan Sr. (Tsinghua University)

16:10

E01

11:35

Electrodeposition Aqua 307, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

14:00

1092

(Invited) Employing Electrophoretic Deposition in Biomaterial Processing – L. Tayebi (Marquette University School of Dentistry)

14:40

1093

Reversible Assembly of Colloidal Particles Using Low Frequency Pulsed DC Electric Fields – E. Lee, J. Dudoff, H. Coe, B. Giera, A. J. Pascall, M. A. Worsley, J. D. Kuntz, and L. Zepeda-Ruiz (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)

15:05

1094

Electrophoretic Deposition of Chitosan/ Clobetasol Propionate Composite MicroPattern Scaffolds: Fabrication Process and Material Properties – A. GhalayaniEsfahani, P. Bellatti, E. Brivio (Politecnico di Milano), L. Altomare, A. Cigada (Politecnico di Milano, INSTM - Local Unit Politecnico di Milano), and L. De Nardo (INSTM - Local Unit Politecnico di Milano, Politecnico di Milano)

15:30

1095

Mechanical Properties of Functionally Graded Boron Carbide/Aluminum Cermets Utilizing Electrophoretic Deposition (EPD) – J. R. Morales, R. Landingham, A. J. Pascall, M. A. Worsley, and J. D. Kuntz (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)

15:55

1096

Process-Structure-Properties Relationship of Electrodeposited Au Thin Film Used in Thermoelectric Power Generation Device – D. Banga (Sandia National Laboratories)

16:20

1097

Pulse Plating of Micro and Nano-Composites: Fundamental Perspectives and Industrial Application – R. Bernasconi, F. Allievi, H. Sadeghi, and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano)

Electrophoretic Deposition - Morning Session – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chair: James H. Dickerson II Welcoming Remarks

08:05

1084

(Invited) Assembling Nanoscale Building Blocks through Electrophoretic Deposition for Batteries, Supercapacitors, Catalysis, and Printable Electronics – R. Robinson (Cornell University)

08:45

1085

Electrophoretic Deposition of Nanoparticles into Three-Dimensional Felt As an Electrocataylst for the Solar Sulfur Ammonia Thermochemical Cycle – N. S. Pacheco and J. B. Talbot (University of California, San Diego)

09:10

1086

09:35

SEM Analysis of ElectrophoreticallyDeposited Cobalt Ferrite Films – N. Verma and J. B. Talbot (University of California, San Diego) Coffee Break

09:55

1087

Mesoscale Particle-Based Model of Colloidal Suspensions in Electric Fields – B. Giera, L. Zepeda-Ruiz, A. J. Pascall, and T. Weisgraber (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)

10:20

1088

Estimation of Concentration of Polymer Dispersant and Carbon Nanotubes in Electrophoretically Deposited Coatings By Means of UV-Vis Absorption Spectroscopy – A. C. Zaman, F. Kaya, and C. Kaya (Yildiz Technical University)

10:45

11:10

1089

1090

Fabrication of PVDF- and NMP-Free Lithium Ion Electrodes By Electrophoretic Deposition – M. Uceda, N. Parsi Benehkohal, and G. P. Demopoulos (McGill University) Epd: From Order to Chaos By the LbL Modification of the Particle Surfaces – Z. Gonzalez (Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio, CSIC), C. Filiatre (Institut UTINAM UMR CNRS), Y. Castro, C. Mendoza, A. J. Sanchez-Herencia, and B. Ferrari (Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio, CSIC)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

Reduced Graphene Oxide Hydrogel/ Nickel Foam Electrodes, Fabricated By Electrophoretic Deposition for Supercapacitor Applications: Toward High Volumetric Capacitance – J. H. Dickerson II (Ctr for Functional Nanomaterials, BNL, Brown University) and V. H. Pham (Brookhaven National Laboratory)

Electrophoretic Deposition - Afternoon Session – 14:00 – 16:45 Co-Chair: James H. Dickerson II

Concluding Remarks

Electrophoretic Deposition

08:00

1091

H03

Properties and Applications of 2-Dimensional Layered Materials

Thursday, June 2

15:10

Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology / Nanocarbons Indigo 202 B, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Energy Applications 1 – 08:10 – 10:00 Co-Chair: Lain-Jong Li 08:10

1322

Novel Iron Bismuth Oxychloride Nanosheets for Lithium Ion Batteries – Y. Myung (Washington University in St. Louis), J. Choi (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), F. Wu, S. Banerjee (Washington University in St.Louis), E. Majzoub (University of Missouri), and P. Banerjee (Washington University in St. Louis)

08:30

1323

(Invited) Designing Two-Dimensional Hybrid Materials for Electrochemical Energy Storage – G. Yu, L. Peng, and Y. Zhu (The University of Texas at Austin)

171


09:00

1324

(Invited) Mechanical Energy Harvesting Using Triboelectric/Piezoelectric Properties from Two-Dimensional Materials – S. W. Kim (Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU))

17:00

09:30 Break Energy Applications 2 – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chair: Sang-Woo Kim 10:00

1325

(Invited) Synthesis and Applications of Novel Two-Dimensional Nanomaterials – H. Zhang (Nanyang Technological University)

10:30

1326

(Invited) 2D Materials for Electrochemical Applications – M. Chhowalla (Rutgers University)

11:00

1327

(Invited) Atomically Thin Two-Dimensional Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Perovskites – L. Dou, A. Wong, Y. Yu, and P. Yang (University of California, Berkeley)

11:30

1328

(Invited) Liquid-Phase Exfoliated TwoDimensional Nanosheets: From Large Scale Production to Energy Storage Applcations – V. Nicolosi (School of Physics, CRANN,Trinity College Dublin, CRANN, School of Chemistry, Trinity College Dublin)

I02

1336

Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics 10

High Temperature Materials / Energy Technology Indigo Ballroom C, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Solid Ion Conductors II – 08:00 – 10:20 Co-Chairs: Sandrine Ricote and Eric D. Wachsman 08:00

1396

(Invited) Potential Energy Landscape for Oxygen Vacancy Dynamics in Doped Ceria – S. Kim (University of California, Davis)

08:40

1397

High Temperature Electrical Properties of Barium Zirconate-Cerate Type ProtonConducting Ceramics – H. Shimada, T. Yamaguchi, H. Sumi, and Y. Fujishiro (National Institute of AIST)

09:00

1398

Solid Oxide Membrane for Reduction of Ce0.8Gd0.2O2 and TiO2 in LiCl-Li2o – L. C. Olson, B. L. Garcia-Diaz (Savannah River National Laboratory), and K. S. Brinkman (Clemson University)

09:20

1399

Microstructure Effects on Proton Conductivity in Y Doped BaZrO3 Thin Films – N. Yang (CNR-SPIN), E. Di Bartolomeo (University of Rome Tor Vergata), S. Licoccia (University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Italy), V. Foglietti (CNRSPIN), T. L. Lee, C. Schlueter (Diamond Light Source Ltd), G. Balestrino (University of Rome Tor Vergata), and C. Aruta (CNR-SPIN)

Synthesis and Applications – 13:30 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Manish Chhowalla and Joshua A. Robinson 13:30

1329

(Invited) Interesting 1-D and 2-D Phases of MoS2 – K. P. Loh (National University of Singapore)

14:00

1330

(Invited) 2D Materials for Wearable Electronics – J. H. Ahn (Yonsei University)

14:30

1331

(Invited) Defect Engineering in 2-Dimensional Materials: From Theory to Applications – M. Terrones (The Pennsylvania State University)

15:00

1332

(Invited) Two-Dimensional Layers: The Synthesis and Properties of Graphene and Beyond – J. A. Robinson (Pennsylvania State University)

09:40 Break 10:00

1400

Development of the Oxide Ion Conductor Na0.5Bi0.5TiO3 (NBT) for Solid Oxide Cells – C. Tumilson (Queen’s University Belfast), C. Hardacre (Queens University Belfast), J. Jacquemin (Queen’s University Belfast), R. H. Elder, and D. C. Sinclair (University of Sheffield)

15:30 Break

Fuel Electrodes – 10:20 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Xiao-Dong Zhou and Mogens Bjerg Mogensen

Electronics and Devices 5 – 16:00 – 17:20 Co-Chair: Ming-Hui Chiu

10:20

1401

Investigation of Heterogeneous Catalysts By Electrochemical Method: Ceria and Titania Supported Ru and Ir for Ethylene Oxidation – Y. Hajar, E. A. Baranova, H. A. E. Dole (University of Ottawa), and M. Couillard (National Research Council Canada)

10:40

1402

Electrochemical Frequency Modulation for Estimating Exchange Current Density in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – D. Das, D. M. Hall, and S. N. Lvov (The Pennsylvania State University)

11:00

1403

High Performance Anode Material for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells: Ni Exsolution on a-Site Deficient La0.4Sr0.4Sc0.9Ni0.1O3 – Y. Gao (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

11:20

1404

Use of Patterned Metal Anodes for Studying Hydrogen Electrochemical Oxidation Reaction in Proton-Conducting SOFCs – S. Sun, O. Awadallah, and Z. Cheng (Florida International University)

16:00

Thursday, June 2

Effects of Intercalation on the Electronic Properties of Multilayer Tmdc Materials – Q. D. M. Khosru and K. Datta (Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology)

16:20

16:40

172

1333

1334

1335

Observation of Two Dimensional Metallic Surface States and Metal to Semiconductor Transition on Low Dimensional Polar Thin Films – F. Wu Sr., A. Faghaninia Sr., C. Lo, and P. Banerjee (Washington University in St. Louis) Electrodeposition and Capacitance of WS2 Thin Films Onto ITO and Glassy Carbon from Aqueous and Non-Aqueous Electrolytes – L. Fan (Southern Illinois University) and I. I. Suni (Southern Illinois University Carbondale) Structural and Electrical Investigation of MoS2 Thin Films Formed By Thermal Assisted Conversion of Mo Metal – R. Duffy, P. Foley, B. Filippone, G. Mirabelli, D. O’Connell, B. Sheehan, P. Carolan, M. Schmidt, K. Cherkaoui (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork), R. Gatensby, T. Hallam, G. S. Duesberg (Trinity College Dublin), R. Nagle, and P. K. Hurley (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


11:40

1405

Poisoning of Proton Conducting SOFC By Hydrogen Sulfide and Carbon Dioxide Fuel Contaminants – S. Sun and Z. Cheng (Florida International University)

10:00

1498

Exploring the Critical Role of Binders for Silicon Electrodes in Lithium-Ion Batteries – J. Xu, Y. Wang, and Y. T. Cheng (University of Kentucky)

12:00

1406

Addition of Protonic Conductors to Enhance SOFC Anode Performance – J. Irvine, C. Jiang (University of St Andrews), J. Ma (University of St. Andrews), P. Connor (University of StAndrews), and M. Cassidy (University of St. Andrews)

10:20

1499

Identifying the Link Between Li-Ion Particle Fracture and Impedance Growth – F. P. McGrogan IV, S. R. Bishop, Y. M. Chiang, and K. J. Van Vliet (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

10:40

1500

Impact of Evolving Electrode Morphology on Fuel Cell Performance: From the Nano to Mesoscale – D. A. Cullen, B. Sneed, and K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

14:00

14:20

1407

1408

Intermission Sensitivity Studies of Fuel Characteristics and State of Health Investigation of a Planar SOFC Short Stack Operating on Alternative Fuel By Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – D. Das and S. N. Lvov (The Pennsylvania State University) (Invited) High Performance Nano-Ceria Electrodes for Solid Oxide Cells – C. Graves and B. R. Sudireddy (DTU Energy, Technical University of Denmark)

15:00

1409

Developing Low-Intermediate Temperature Fuel Cells for Direct Conversion of Methane to Methanol Fuel – A. Torabi, J. Barton, C. Willman, and H. Ghezel-Ayagh (FuelCell Energy)

15:20

1410

Subtraction Impedance Spectra in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Operating on Alternative Fuel Reformate Streams Poisoned By Inorganic Impurities – D. Das and S. N. Lvov (The Pennsylvania State University)

15:40

16:00

I04

1411

1412

Carbon and Redox Tolerant Infiltrated Oxide Fuel-Electrodes for Solid Oxide Cells – T. L. Skafte, B. R. Sudireddy, P. Blennow, and C. Graves (DTU Energy, Technical University of Denmark) La-Doped BaSnO3 As Anode Material for Low Temperature-Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – M. H. Abdul Jabbar, I. Robinson, K. J. Pan, and E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland)

I05

Heterogeneous Functional Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage

High Temperature Materials / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Sapphire Ballroom E, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Batteries – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Mark D. Allendorf and Xingbo Liu 08:00

1573

(Invited) Functional Gradient Carbon-Sulfur Cathode for Rechargeable Li-S Battery – X. Liu, J. Yan, M. Yao, and B. Li (West Virginia University)

08:40

1574

(Invited) 2-D Surface Phases for EnergyRelated Applications – J. Luo (University of California, San Diego)

09:20

1575

Nanoscale Interfacial Interaction of Polysulfide with Porous Metal Oxides – M. Vijayakumar, K. Prabakar, A. Dissanayake, P. Bhattacharya, K. Han, and K. T. Mueller (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

09:40

Solar Energy – 10:00 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Xingbo Liu and Mark D. Allendorf 10:00

1576

(Invited) Plasmonic Metal-Semiconductor Heterojunctions for Photoelectrochemical Energy Conversion – N. Wu, S. K. Cushing, J. Li (West Virginia University), and D. Chu (U.S. Army Research Laboratory)

10:40

1577

(Invited) Combined Experimental-Numerical Approaches for Transport Characterization in Nano and Micron-Sized Multi-Component and Multi-Functional Materials – S. Haussener (LRESE, EPFL)

11:20

1578

(Invited) Integrating Molecules, Surfaces, and Devices to Achieve Emergent Properties in Metal-Organic Frameworks – M. D. Allendorf, M. E. Foster (Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA 94551-0969), F. Léonard, V. Stavila, A. A. Talin (Sandia National Laboratories), and R. A. Fischer (Technische Universität München)

12:00

1579

Charge Transport through Organic Molecular Wires Embedded in Ultrathin Insulating Inorganic Membrane – E. Edri and H. Frei (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

Mechano-Electro-Chemical Coupling in Energy Related Materials and Devices 2 High Temperature Materials / Battery / Energy Technology Aqua 305, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Chemomechanical Coupling III – 08:40 – 11:00 Co-Chair: Sean R. Bishop 08:40

1495

Thermo-Chemo-Mechanical Response of Solid Oxide Cells during Reduction and Cooling – C. Chatzichristodoulou (Technical University of Denmark), B. Charlas (Amminex Emissions Technology), K. Kwok, P. S. Jørgensen, P. Norby, P. V. Hendriksen, and H. L. Frandsen (Technical University of Denmark)

09:00

1496

Effect of Fast Mass Diffusion Regime on Defective Ceria Mechano-Chemo-Electrical Properties – V. Esposito (Technical University of Denmark)

09:20 Break 09:40

1497

Break

Microstructural Degradation in Rechargeable Batteries – R. E. García (Purdue University)

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Thursday, June 2

12:20


12:20

1580

Comparison of TiO2 and SnO2 Electron Transport Layers in Planar Perovskite Solar Cells – M. McCarthy (Tyndall National Institute UCC), A. Walsh (Tyndall National Institute), L. Ryan, J. Kegel (Tyndall National Institute UCC), M. E. Pemble (Tyndall National Institute - UCC), S. O’Brien (Tyndall National Institute UCC), and I. M. Povey (Tyndall National Institute - UCC)

08:40

1774

Pt Nanoparticles Supported on Porous Antimony-Doped Tin Dioxide Aerogel As Cathode Material for Proton-Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells: Electrocatalytic Activity and Degradation Mechanism – G. Cognard (LEPMI-Grenoble), G. Ozouf, C. Beauger (MINES ParisTech), M. Chatenet, and F. Maillard (LEPMI-Grenoble)

09:00

1775

Understanding Electrocatalyst Morphology, Dispersion, and Stability in Catalyst Layers of PEM Fuel Cells Via 3D Electron Tomography – K. L. More, B. Sneed, and D. A. Cullen (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

09:20

1776

Microporous Organic Polymers Derived Microporous Carbon Supported Pd Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction: Impact of Framework and Heteroatom – J. Wang, K. Song, D. Wang, and T. Li (Huazhong University of Science and Technology)

Electrochemical Capacitors 1 – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Srikanth Gopalan and Laurent Pilon 14:00

1581

(Invited) High Rate Energy Storage Based on Pseudocapacitance in Oxide Materials – B. Dunn (University of California - Los Angeles)

14:40

1582

Transport Phenomena in Electrical Double Layer Capacitors with Highly Ordered 3D Porous Carbon Electrodes – B. A. Mei and L. Pilon (UCLA)

15:00

1583

Unique Nano-Architecture Electrodes for High-Performance Energy Storage – G. G. Khan (University of Calcutta), A. K. Singh (Centre for Nano and Soft Matter Sciences), and D. Sarkar (Indian Institute of Science)

15:20

1584

Enhancement of the Poly(o-methoxyaniline)Poly(3-thiophene acetic acid) Self-Assembled Electrochemical Capacitor Stability – W. A. Christinelli (Chemistry Department - Federal University of São Carlos), R. Gonçalves, and E. C. Pereira (Federal University of Sao Carlos)

09:40

ORR IV (Alkaline Media) – 10:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: H. Doyle and Plamen Atanassov 10:00

1777

Palladium Nanoparticles Supported on Chemically and Morphologically Modified 3D-Graphene Nanosheets for Oxygen Reduction Reactions in Alkaline Media – S. Kabir, A. Serov, and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico)

10:20

1778

Kinetic Study of the Oxygen Reduction Reaction on Alpha-Ni(OH)2 and AlphaNi(OH)2 Supported on Graphene Oxide – E. Farjami (Dynosense Corporation) and L. J. Deiner (NYC College of Technology, CUNY)

10:40

1779

Nitrogen-Doped Carbon Encapsulated Cobalt Oxide Nanoparticles As a Synergistic Catalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Alkaline Solution – J. Liu, M. Liu, Z. Li, J. Ji, M. Dou, and F. Wang (Beijing University of Chemical Technology)

11:00

1780

Activity Trends of Co3O4 on Metallic Interlayers Supported on Porous Carbon Support – K. Kishor (IIT Kanpur), S. Saha (Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur), R. G. Pala (IIT Kanpur), and S. Sivakumar (Indian Institute of Technology at Kanpur)

11:20

1781

Two-Dimensional Ni(OH)2@Pt Nanosheets: High Activity Fuel Cell Oxygen Reduction Reaction Electrocatalysts – C. Rhodes and F. Godinez-Salomon (Texas State University)

11:40

1782

Efficient Oxygen Reduction Electrocatalysis at Nickel-Iron Mixed Oxide Coated Microelectrode Arrays – R. L. Doyle (Tyndall National Institute)

12:00

1783

Fabrication of LaMnO3+δ Oxygen Reduction Reaction Catalyst using Laser Ablation Synthesis in Solution Method – W. S. Kim, H. J. Lee, S. S. Lee, J. H. Kwak, G. Anoop, H. J. Lee, and J. Y. Jo (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology)

Electrochemical Capacitors 2 – 16:00 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: Bruce Dunn and Srikanth Gopalan 16:00

1585

(Invited) Interfacial and Transport Phenomena in Hybrid Pseudocapacitors – L. Pilon, H. L. Girard, and B. A. Mei (UCLA)

16:40

1586

Electrochemical Charge Storage in Hierarchical Carbon Manifolds – R. Narayanan (University of California, San Diego), H. Vijwani, S. M. Mukhopadhyay (Wright State University), and P. R. Bandaru (University of California, San Diego)

Thursday, June 2

17:00

L02

1587

Soft-Templated Mesoporous Graphitic Carbon Nitride and Their Cobalt Composites for Energy Storage Application – J. Palani Raja and K. Shanthi (Anna University)

Electrocatalysis 8

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Sapphire Ballroom M, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

ORR III (Noble Metal) – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Karren L. More and Akari Hayashi 08:00

1772

Platinum Deposited on Carbon with Different Surface Properties for PEFC Application – A. Hayashi, Z. Noda, and K. Sasaki (Kyushu University)

08:20

1773

Niobium Oxide/Carbon Supported Platinum and Platinum-Cobalt Nanocomposites As Electrocatalysts for Fuel Cells – V. Kepeniene, R. Stagniunaite, L. TamasauskaiteTamasiunaite, and E. Norkus (Center for Physical Sciences and Technology)

174

Break

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14:00

14:20

14:40

1784

1785

1786

Electrocatalytic and Photo-Assisted Electrocatalytic Properties of Multimetallic Porphyrins Arrangements for Carbon Dioxide Reduction – M. Isaacs, F. Benavente, D. Quezada, J. Honores, C. Diaz (Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile), G. Ferraudi (Notre Dame Radiation Research Laboratory. IN 46556, USA.), and M. Garcia (Universidad de Santiago de Chile) Selectivity Control in the Electroreduction of CO2 over Nanostructured Catalysts – H. Mistry (Department of Physics, University of Central Florida, Ruhr University Bochum), A. S. Varela (Technical University of Berlin), R. Reske (Department of Chemistry, Technical University Berlin), P. Strasser (Technical University Berlin), and B. Roldan (Department of Physics, Ruhr Universitaet Bochum) Investigating High Current Densities in Ionic Liquid Mediated Electrolysis of Carbon Dioxide – S. S. Neubauer (FriedrichAlexander-Universitaet Erlangen-Nuernberg, Siemens AG, CT REE MAT IEC-DE), R. K. Krause (Siemens AG, CT REE MAT IEC-DE), D. M. Gudi (Friedrich-Alexander-Universitaet Erlangen-Nuernberg), and G. Schmid (Siemens AG, CT REE COS)

15:00

1787

Impact of Catalyst Support on Activity and Selectivity of Gold Nanoparticles for the Carbon Dioxide Reduction Reaction – S. M. Brown, C. Kim, Y. W. Hsiao (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), T. K. Salih, A. Bumajdad (Kuwait University), and F. R. Brushett (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research)

15:20

1788

Bimetallic Gold-Copper Nanotube Catalyst for Cost Efficient and Selective Electrochemical Reduction of Carbon Dioxide to Carbon Monoxide – S. M. Brown, Y. W. Hsiao, C. Kim (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and F. R. Brushett (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research)

15:40

16:20

1789

1790

1791

Electrocatalyticaly-Assisted Oxidative Dehydrogenation of Lower Alkanes to Olefins – A. Fuller, D. Dogu, K. Binkley, S. Gunduz, N. Kramer, A. C. Co, and U. S. Ozkan (The Ohio State University)

17:00

1792

Electrochemical Promotion of Catalysis – P. Vernoux (CNRS)

17:20

1793

Analysis of High Temperature Co-Electrolysis Cells Via Electrochemical and Surface Spectroscopy – A. V. Call (University of Sheffield), C. Tumilson (Queen’s University Belfast), D. J. Cumming (University of Sheffield), S. F. R. Taylor (Queen’s University Belfast), C. Hardacre (Queens University Belfast), and R. H. Elder (University of Sheffield)

L03

Biological Fuel Cells 7

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology Sapphire Ballroom H, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Biosensors – 08:00 – 09:20 Co-Chairs: Plamen Atanassov and Scott Calabrese Barton 08:00

1853

Development of a Microbiosensor for Acetate Detection in Biofilms – E. Atci, J. T. Babauta, S. T. Sultana, and H. Beyenal (Washington State University)

08:20

1854

Acetate Detection with a Living Biosensor – The Capability of Anodic Biofilms – J. Kretzschmar (Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, DBFZ Deutsches Biomasseforschungszentrum gemeinnützig), J. Liebetrau (DBFZ Deutsches Biomasseforschungszentrum gemeinnützig), M. Mertig (Technische Universität Dresden), and F. Harnisch (Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ)

08:40

1855

Biosensor/Biofuel Cell System for Lactate Detection in Sweat, Targeted Towards Human Performance – Y. Ulyanova, S. Garcia (CFD Research Corporation), R. Figueroa-Teran (University of New Mexico), S. Babanova (J. Craig Venter Institute, University of New Mexico), E. Pinchon, U. Lindstrom (CFD Research Corporation), P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico), and S. Singhal (CFD Research Corporation)

09:00

1856

Self-Powered Arsenic Biosensor Based on the Inhibition of Laccase By As3+ and As5+ – T. Wang, R. D. Milton, S. Abdellaoui, D. P. Hickey, and S. D. Minteer (University of Utah)

Break

General Electrocatalysis III – 16:00 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Ye Xu and Philippe Vernoux 16:00

16:40

Role of Superoxide Anion in the Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Non-Aqueous Electrolytes with a Proton or Lithium Source – Y. Zhang, X. Zhang, J. Wang (Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry), Y. Chen (University of Oxford, Department of Materials), W. C. McKee (Louisiana State University), P. G. Bruce (University of Oxford), Y. Xu (Louisiana State University), and Z. Peng (Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry) Electrochemically Driven Gas Phase Ethylene and CO Oxidation on Pt/YttriaStabilized Zirconia Catalysts – E. A. Baranova (University of Ottawa), R. Isaifan (University of Ottawa, Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute), S. Ntais (University of Ottawa), and M. Couillard (National Research Council Canada)

Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

Thursday, June 2

CO2 Reduction – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Gessie Brisard and Mauricio Isaacs

Systems 2 – 09:20 – 11:20 Co-Chairs: Plamen Atanassov and Scott Calabrese Barton 09:20

1857

Paper-Based Biofuel Array for Self-Powered Wearable Biosensors – I. Shitanda, M. Momiyama, S. Nohara, R. Iwashita (Tokyo University of Science), S. Tsujimura (University of Tsukuba), Y. Hoshi, and M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science)

09:40 Break 10:00

1858

Sediment Surface Anodes As a Microbial Fuel Cell Deployment Scheme – K. E. Richter, B. D. Chadwick, and J. S. Kagan (SSC Pacific)

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10:20

1859

Membrane-Less Microbial Fuel Cell Powering a Smart Phone: A Self-Stratifying Urine Column – X. A. Walter, I. Gajda, S. Forbes, A. Stinchcombe, J. Greenman, and I. Ieropoulos (University of the West of England)

10:40

1860

On-Body Energy Harvesting: Wearable Biofuel Cells – W. Jia, A. Banodkar, and J. Wang (UCSD)

11:00

1861

Fabrication and Evaluation of an AirBreathing Microfluidic Fuel Cell Employed Enzymatic Electrodes for Lactate Oxidation – D. Dector (CIDETEQ), D. P. Hickey, R. Milton (University of Utah), A. Dector Sr., L. G. Arriaga (CIDETEQ), J. Ledesma-García (Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro), and S. D. Minteer (University of Utah)

09:50

1944

Electrochemical Deposition of Cu2O Thin Film As Efficient Photocatalyst for Water Splitting Reaction – M. Hasan (Department of Chemistry, University of Oxford, UK, Tyndall National Institute, Ireland), C. K. Mavrokefalos, R. G. Compton (Department of Chemistry, University of Oxford, UK), J. F. Rohan (Tyndall National Institute, Ireland), and J. S. Foord (Department of Chemistry, University of Oxford, UK)

10:10

1945

Renewable H2 Evolution Efficiency and Corrosion Tolerance of 5 Nickel Phosphide Crystalline Phases – A. B. Laursen (Rutgers University), B. Liu, E. Izett, K. Patraju, M. J. Whitaker, M. Retuerto, T. Sakar (Rugers, the State University of New Jersey), N. Yao (PRISM, Princeton University), K. Ramanusjachary (Rowan University), M. Greenblatt (Rutgers University), and G. C. Dismukes (Rugers, the State University of New Jersey)

Materials 2 – 11:20 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Plamen Atanassov and Scott Calabrese Barton 11:20

1862

The Peformance of Nano Urchin-like NiCo2O4 Modified Activated Carbon As Air Cathode for Microbial Fuel Cell – K. Li and B. Ge (Nankai University)

10:30

1946

Splitting Water from Vapor Feeds: Towards Air-Based Solar-Hydrogen Generators – M. A. Modestino, M. H. Hashemi, D. Gregory, C. Moser, and D. Psaltis (EPFL)

11:40

1863

Iron-Based Electrocatalysts Supported on Nanostructured Carbon to Enhance Oxygen Reduction in Microbial Fuel Cells – B. Mecheri (University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Italy), A. Iannaci (University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Italy, Instituto de Carboquímica CSIC, Zaragoza, Spain), A. D’Epifanio (University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Italy), M. J. Nieto-Monge, M. J. Lázaro (Instituto de Carboquímica CSIC, Zaragoza, Spain), and S. Licoccia (University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Italy)

10:50

1947

Bipolar Electrodeposition: A Wireless Method for Deposition of Electrocatalysts Onto Semiconducting Particles – W. Gaieck, K. Tkacz, H. Yaghoubi, and S. Ardo (University of California, Irvine)

11:10

1948

Efficient Solar Water Splitting Via Tunable Photoanode-Photocathode-Catalyst Interface Devices – S. H. Porter, S. Hwang, M. Li, B. Yakshinskiy, V. Amarasinghe, E. Taghaddos, A. B. Laursen, G. Gardner, V. Manichev, A. Safari, E. Garfunkel, M. Greenblatt, and G. C. Dismukes (Rutgers University)

Hollow-Spherical Co/N-C Nanoparticles Doped Activated Carbon Used As Efficient Electrocatalysts in Microbial Fuel Cell – T. Yang and K. Li (Nankai University)

11:30

1949

Photo-Electrochemical Hydrogen Sulfide Splitting Using SnIV-Doped Hematite PhotoAnodes – F. E. Bedoya, A. Hankin, and G. H. Kelsall (Imperial College London)

11:50

1950

Electrocatalytic Mineralization of Urea in Aqueous Medium By Means of Ni(II)CyclamModified Nanoparticulate TiO2 Anodes and Simultaneous Electrogeneration of H2 on Pt Cathodes – S. Murcio-Hernández, C. Gonzalez Nava, J. J. Perez, J. Torres-González (CIDETEQ), S. Sepúlveda (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), L. A. Godínez Mora-Tovar, F. J. Rodriguez Valadez, A. Rodríguez-García, and J. Manríquez (CIDETEQ)

12:00

Thursday, June 2

L07

1864

Renewable Fuels via Artificial Photosynthesis or Electrolysis Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Sensor Sapphire Ballroom I, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Photocatalyst and Photoelectrochemical Cells – 08:40 – 12:10 Co-Chairs: Clemens Heske and Nianqiang (Nick) Wu 08:40

09:10

1942

1943

(Invited) Chalcopyrites and III-V Semiconductors for Solar Water Splitting--a Detailed Look at the Electronic and Chemical Surface Structure – C. Heske (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, University of Nevada Las Vegas) and M. Blum (University of Nevada Las Vegas) Scalable Hydrogen Production with a 3D-Printed Membraneless Water Electrolyzer – G. D. O’Neil, C. D. Christian, J. T. Davis, D. E. Brown (Columbia University), and D. Esposito (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

M01

Sensors, Actuators, and Microsystems General Session Sensor Aqua 310 A, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Electrochemical Sensors – 08:20 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Dong-Joo Kim and Shin Horikawa 08:20

1999

Construction of Non-Enzymatic Hydrogen Peroxide Sensors By Exploiting the High Electrocatalytic Activity of Pd-Ag/Rgo Nanocomposites – A. Uzunoglu, S. Song, and L. Stanciu (Purdue University)

08:40

2000

Development and Characterization of Fuel Cell Sensor for Potential Transdermal Ethanol Sensing – A. H. Jalal, Y. Umasankar, and S. Bhansali (Florida International University)

09:30 Break

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09:00

2001

Development and Applications of Carbon-Based Solid-State Potentiometric Sensors – J. G. Ummadi (oregon state university), V. S. Joshi, and D. Koley (Oregon State University)

08:20

2122

Controlling ZnO Nanosheet Morphology By Galvanostatic Electrodeposition – G. E. Timuda and K. Waki (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

09:20

2002

Qualification and Quantification Analyses of Iron (III) Ions in a Variety of Samples, Using NanoStructured Metal-Oxide Based Electrochemical Sensors – M. Hariri and S. Morin (York University)

08:40

2123

High Aspect-Ratio WO3 Nanostructures Grown By Self-Organizing Anodization in Hot Pure O-H3PO4 – M. Altomare, N. T. Nguyen (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg), and P. Schmuki (King Abdulaziz University, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU))

09:00

2124

The Promotion of the Methanol Electrooxidation Performance of Pt/CNTs By Lanthanide Oxides – H. Chu (Inner Mongolia University)

09:20

2125

Fabrication and Characterization of Tungsten Oxide Nanostructures Using Thermal Evaporation – P. H. Sung and K. C. Lu (National Cheng Kung University)

Break

Sensors and Actuators – 10:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Dong-Joo Kim and Shin Horikawa 10:00

2003

Electrodeposition of Dendritic Ni-Co Onto High-Voltage Electrodes of Electrostatic Particulate Matter (PM) Sensors – K. Copenhaver (Georgia Institute of Technology), K. Allmendinger (EmiSense Technologies), M. Beckert (Georgia Tech Research Institute), M. Boettcher, J. Fitzpatrick, B. Henderson (EmiSense Technologies, a CoorsTek Sensors Company), J. Nadler (Georgia Tech Research Institute), and L. Woo (EmiSense Technologies, a CoorsTek Sensors Company)

10:20

2004

Smart Patch Systems: Iontophoretic Microheater Assemblies for Controlled Transdermal Delivery – A. McConville and J. Davis (Ulster University)

10:40

2005

Voltammetric Reduction of Graphene Oxide and Spectroelectrochemical Characterization – P. Fanjul Bolado, D. Hernández Santos, C. Navarro Hernandez, M. B. González García (DROPSENS), A. Colina, and M. A. Heras (Universidad de Burgos)

11:00

2006

Sealing Method of Thermoplastics Mediated By Surface Chemical Modification – N. Y. Lee (Gachon University)

11:20

2007 Sn-SnO2 Core-Shell Nanostructuresgrowth Mechanism and Their Thermal Properties – C. Y. Wang (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology), S. A. Chen, L. J. Chou, and L. J. Chen (National Tsing Hua University)

11:40

2008

Integrated-Evanescent Raman Sensors Based on Titanium-Dioxide Nanophotonics – C. C. Evans, C. Liu, and J. Suntivich (Cornell University)

12:00

2009

Effect of N+ Layer Deposition Power on Light Sensing of Pin Amorphous Silicon Diodes – K. Henry and Y. Kuo (Texas A&M University)

Z04

Nanotechnology General Session featuring Nanoscale Luminescent Materials 4 All Divisions / Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee Aqua 303, Hilton San Diego Bayfront

Oxide Nanostructures – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: O. M. Leonte, Z. Chen, and Marco Altomare 08:00

2121

09:40

Break

Advances in Nanotechnology – 10:00 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: O. M. Leonte, Christina Bock, and Said Sadki 10:00

2126

Integrated All Solid Micro-Supercapacitors Based on Bottom-up Silicon Nanostructures: From Nanomaterials to Cutting-Edge onChip Devices – D. Gaboriau (UMR SPrAM (CEA, CNRS, UJF), SiNaPS Lab.- SP2M, UMR-E CEA/UJF), M. Brachet (IMN, CNRS/ University of Nantes), D. Aradilla (UMR SPrAM (CEA, CNRS, UJF)), G. Bidan (INAC Dir, CEA de Grenoble), J. Le Bideau, T. Brousse (IMN, CNRS/University of Nantes), P. Gentile (CEA Grenoble/INAC, SiNaPS Lab.- SP2M, UMR-E CEA/UJF), and S. Sadki (UMR SPrAM (CEA, CNRS, UJF))

10:20

2127

Modulation of Fluorescence Biomolecule Signals By Semiconducting Nanowire Antanna Effects – R. Frederiksen (Memorial Sloan Kettering cancer center)

10:40

2128

Tuning the Morphology of Te 1D Nanostructures By Template-Free Electrochemical Deposition in an Ionic Liquid – L. Thiebaud, S. Legeai, J. Ghanbaja, and N. Stein (Institut Jean Lamour UMR 7198 CNRS Université de Lorraine)

11:00

2129

Silicon Nanowire Arrays for High Capacitance Electrodes in Room Temperature Ionic Liquid Electrolyte – A. Shougee, F. Konstantinou, T. Albrecht, and K. Fobelets (Imperial College London)

11:20

2130

In Situ Liquid-Cell Transmission Electron Microscopy Investigation of Nickel Electrodeposition – Y. Wang, Z. F. Li, D. Wang, and G. G. Botte (Ohio University)

Reversible Magnetization Modulation in Ordered Mesoporous Mixed Metal Oxide Thin Films By Double Layer Charging and Topotactic Lithium Insertion – C. Reitz (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, INT) and T. Brezesinski (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, INT-BELLA)

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Aikawa, Tatsuo................................1624 (K02, Wed) Aizawa, Masato...............................1759 (L02, Wed) Ajayan, Pulickel................................. 780 (B06, Thu) Ajayi, Babajide................................1067 (D04, Mon) Ajo-Franklin, Caroline.....................1808 (L03, Tue), ...........................................................1811 (L03, Tue) Akaba, Ryoichi................................. 1615 (K01, Tue) Akagi, Tomoya................................1590 (K01, Mon) Akasaka, Takeshi............................. 681 (B04, Wed), ...............................684 (B04, Wed), 709 (B04, Thu), ........................................................... 730 (B05, Wed) Akhtar, M. Shaheer...........................569 (B01, Mon) Akhtar, Naveed................................2210 (Z06, Wed) Akinwale, Mayowa.........................1631 (K02, Wed) Akita, Tomoki................................. 1711 (L02, Mon) Akiyama, Seiji..................................1941 (L07, Wed) Akolkar, Rohan................................1111 (E02, Wed) Akpinar, Bengisu.............................2080 (Z01, Tue), ..........................................................2164 (Z05, Wed) Aksu, Rauf.......................................... 972 (C01, Thu) Aksu, Yasemin.................................1131 (F01, Wed) Akter, Tania.................................... 1998 (M01, Wed) Akyuz, Duygu...................................1728 (L02, Tue) Al Amin, Mohammad.........................916 (B09, Tue) Al Hajji Safi, Maria...........................201 (A01, Thu), ............................................................202 (A01, Thu) Alam, Md......................................... 1003 (D01, Tue) Albarrán-Sánchez, Irma Lorena........ 545 (B01, Sun) Albertson, Kelan...............................1817 (L03, Tue) Albertus, Paul.......386 (A03, Wed), 1345 (I02, Mon) Albrecht, Kevin................................ 1349 (I02, Mon) Albrecht, Tim................................... 2129 (Z02, Thu) Alcoutlabi, Mataz................................. 47 (A01, Tue) Aldana-González, Jorge..................1121 (E02, Wed) Alday, Perla............. 80 (A01, Tue), 473 (A05, Mon) Alden, Dorian................................... 1231 (H01, Tue) Alexander, Christopher....................2203 (Z06, Wed) Alexandre, Westermann...................1132 (F01, Wed) Alexeev, Alexander........................ 1972 (M01, Wed) Alfonso, Dominic........................... 1712 (L02, Mon) Alhabeb, Mohamed..........................888 (B09, Mon) Alhasan, Sarmad.............................1029 (D01, Wed) Alia, Shaun.........1415 (I03, Mon), 1700 (L02, Mon) Alian, Alireza................................... 1158 (G01, Tue) Alikin, Denis..................................... 139 (A01, Wed) Aljohani, Talal...................................1651 (L01, Tue) Alkan Gursel, Selmiye...................... 583 (B01, Wed) Allain, Nathalie.................................. 981 (C01, Thu) Allanore, Antoine............................2146 (Z03, Wed), ..........................................................2207 (Z06, Wed) Allard, Charlotte................................598 (B02, Mon) Allen, Joshua.....................................472 (A05, Mon) Allendorf, Mark.................................1578 (I05, Thu) Allievi, Francesca............................ 1097 (E01, Thu) Allmendinger, Klaus....................... 2003 (M01, Thu) Allu, Srikanth.................................... 435 (A04, Wed) Almeida, Veronica............................ 730 (B05, Wed) Aloise, Alfredo..................................2131 (Z03, Tue) Alonso, Gabriel................................1771 (L02, Wed) Alper, John.........................................360 (A02, Thu) Alper, John..........................................908 (B09, Tue) Alrwashdeh, Saad............................. 101 (A01, Wed) Alsager, Omar.................................1149 (G01, Mon) Alshareef, Husam................................18 (A01, Mon) Alsudairi, Amel..................................203 (A01, Thu) Altamirano-Sánchez, Efraín...........1167 (G02, Mon) Altomare, Lina................................. 1094 (E01, Thu) Altomare, Marco.............................. 939 (C01, Wed), ............................ 1563 (I05, Wed), 2123 (Z02, Thu), ...........................................................2132 (Z03, Tue) Alvarado, Judith................................. 94 (A01, Wed), ...............................356 (A02, Thu), 2063 (Z01, Tue) Alvarado, Judith.................................. 93 (A01, Wed) Alvarez, Daniel...... 1195 (G02, Tue), 1203 (G02, Wed) Álvarez-Contreras, Lorena..............1546 (I05, Wed), ..........................................................1752 (L02, Wed)

Alveroglu, Esra................................1694 (L01, Wed) Amalraj, Francis.................................369 (A02, Thu) Amaral, Luís.......................................1450 (I03, Tue) Amarasinghe, Voshadhi...................1462 (I03, Wed), .......................................................... 1948 (L07, Thu) Amati, Mateo..................................1066 (D04, Mon) Amato, Letizia.....................................622 (B02, Tue) Amatore, Christian......................... 2171 (Z06, Mon), ..............................2189 (Z06, Tue), 2190 (Z06, Tue) Amatucci, Glenn................................ 415 (A04, Tue) Ambrosi, Adriano............................ 1303 (H03, Tue) Amezawa, Koji.................................1358 (I02, Tue), ..............................1374 (I02, Wed), 1493 (I04, Wed) Amoah, Papa...................................... 996 (D01, Tue) Amsden, Jason.................................. 538 (A05, Wed) An, Hua...............................................627 (B03, Tue) An, Ke................................................ 260 (A02, Tue) An, Wei..............................................1455 (I03, Wed) Anasori, Babak.......1306 (H03, Tue), 1313 (H03, Wed) Anaya, Julian...................................1212 (H01, Mon) Ancona, Mario................................1214 (H01, Mon) Andersen, Charles............................ 1516 (I05, Mon) Andersen, Hanne................................ 305 (A02, Tue) Anderson, Alfred.............................1111 (E02, Wed), ...........................................................1661 (L01, Tue) Anderson, Ashleigh........................ 1979 (M01, Wed) Anderson, Travis.............................1214 (H01, Mon) Ando, Fuma.......................................2090 (Z01, Tue) Ando, Masaki.................................... 105 (A01, Wed) Ando, Takashi.................................1205 (G02, Wed) Ando, Yuta.........................................1714 (L02, Tue) Andolina, Christopher.................... 1712 (L02, Mon) Andreescu, Silvana.........................1628 (K02, Wed) Andreev, Yuliy.................................1619 (K02, Wed) Andrei, Mihai.................................... 955 (C01, Wed) Andrews, Russell...........................2023 (M02, Mon) Andrianov, Dmitry............................ 857 (B08, Wed) Angell, Charles.................................. 518 (A05, Wed) Anjum, Uzma....................................1375 (I02, Wed) Anoop, G.......................................... 1783 (L02, Thu) Ansaldo, Alberto..............................1741 (L02, Wed) Antanaviciute, Kornelija..................1120 (E02, Wed) Antonietti, Markus............................889 (B09, Mon) Antonio, Jadielson............................1660 (L01, Tue) Antonucci, Alessandra...................... 579 (B01, Wed) Antonucci, Vincenzo..........................204 (A01, Thu) Ao, Geyou.......................................... 675 (B03, Thu) Aono, Shigetoshi................................ 875 (B08, Thu) Aoul, Amel-Tabet..............................1557 (I05, Wed) Aoyagi, S........................................ 1976 (M01, Wed) Aoyagi, Shigeo................................1624 (K02, Wed) Aoyagi, Shinobu................................ 692 (B04, Thu) Aparicio Angles, Xavier...................411 (A04, Mon) Apblett, Christopher........................ 119 (A01, Wed), ...............................273 (A02, Tue), 348 (A02, Wed), ............................... 368 (A02, Thu), 373 (A02, Thu), ...........................................................1869 (L06, Tue) Appetecchi, Giovanni Battista......... 340 (A02, Wed) Aquino Neto, Sidney.......................1847 (L03, Wed) Aradilla, David................................. 2126 (Z02, Thu) Arai, Hajime.......................................363 (A02, Thu) Arai, Yoshio..........1488 (I04, Wed), 1491 (I04, Wed) Araki, Wakako..................................1477 (I04, Tue), ..............................1488 (I04, Wed), 1491 (I04, Wed) Arango, Juan........1446 (I03, Tue), 2154 (Z03, Wed) Arasanz, Andres..............................1041 (D02, Wed) Arbizzani, Catia.......234 (A02, Sun), 1800 (L03, Mon) Arbouet, Arnaud................................2093 (Z02, Tue) Arce, Mauricio.................................1381 (I02, Wed), ..............................1386 (I02, Wed), 1387 (I02, Wed) Arce-Estrada, Elsa...........................1121 (E02, Wed) Archer, Randall.......265 (A02, Tue), 277 (A02, Tue) Ardebili, Haleh......190 (A01, Thu), 461 (A05, Mon) Ardo, Shane.........808 (B07, Mon), 1891 (L07, Sun), ............................ 1898 (L07, Sun), 1919 (L07, Tue), .......................................................... 1947 (L07, Thu)

Aarik, Jaan.......................................... 999 (D01, Tue) Aaron, Douglas..................................200 (A01, Thu) Abada, Sara....................................... 445 (A04, Wed) Abakumov, Artem...............................31 (A01, Mon) Abbas, Syed Ali.................................221 (A01, Thu) Abbey, Eric...................................... 1647 (L01, Mon) Abd Elhamid, Mahmoud.................. 947 (C01, Wed) Abd Hamid, Sharifah.......................899 (B09, Mon), .............................903 (B09, Mon), 904 (B09, Mon), ................................ 913 (B09, Tue), 916 (B09, Tue), .............................................................921 (B09, Tue) Abdellaoui, Sofiene..........................1822 (L03, Tue), .......................................................... 1856 (L03, Thu) Abdul Jabbar, Mohammed Hussain......1412 (I02, Thu) Abdul Samad, Nassim...................... 450 (A04, Wed) Abdulhamied, Elmahdy.................... 849 (B08, Wed) Abe, Hideki.......................................2091 (Z01, Tue) Abel, Bernd............544 (B01, Sun), 656 (B03, Wed) Abella, Laura...................................... 739 (B05, Thu) Abernathy, Harry................................1506 (I05, Sun) Abghoui, Younes.............................1682 (L01, Wed), ..........................................................1740 (L02, Wed) Abouatallah, Rami........................... 1417 (I03, Mon) Abouelkhair, Hussain.....................1029 (D01, Wed) Abouimrane, Ali..........232 (A02, Sun), 321 (A02, Tue) Abraham, Daniel.........238 (A02, Sun), 371 (A02, Thu) Abrashev, Miroslav........................1062 (D04, Mon), . .........................................................1063 (D04, Mon) Abreu-Sepulveda, Maria....................... 7 (A01, Sun) Abruña, Héctor..................................2035 (Z01, Tue) Achsnich, Melanie............................. 678 (B03, Thu) Adam, Robert......................................40 (A01, Mon) Adam, Thomas.................................2114 (Z02, Wed) Adamczyk, Lidia...............................1653 (L01, Tue) Adams, Michael.............................. 1804 (L03, Mon) Adams, Robert................................... 235 (A02, Sun) Adams, Stefan...................................404 (A04, Mon) Adams-McGavin, Chris................1277 (H02, Mon), ........................................................ 1983 (M01, Wed) Addi, Yassine....................................1681 (L01, Wed) Addison, Dan..................................... 485 (A05, Tue) Addo, Paul.........................................2079 (Z01, Tue) Adekunle, Abolanle...........................571 (B01, Tue), ..........................................................1957 (M01, Tue) Adzic, Radoslav...............................1455 (I03, Wed), ...........................1703 (L02, Mon), 1725 (L02, Tue), ...........................................................1867 (L06, Tue) Afonso, André..................................2024 (M02, Tue) Agarwal, Anuradha............................ 785 (B06, Thu) Agbo, Peter....................................... 1237 (H01, Tue) Aghabali, Amineh.............................. 696 (B04, Thu) Agostini, Marco................................. 299 (A02, Tue) Agostino, Raffaele............................2131 (Z03, Tue) Agraït, Nicolás................................... 741 (B05, Thu) Agrawal, Richa........... 52 (A01, Tue), 72 (A01, Tue) Aguadero, Ainara.1492 (I04, Wed), 1494 (I04, Wed) Agubra, Victor...................................... 47 (A01, Tue) Aguilera, Luis.......242 (A02, Mon), 251 (A02, Mon) Agyeman, Augustine.......................1693 (L01, Wed) Ahamad, Salahuddin...........................46 (A01, Mon) Ahammad, A. J. Saleh................... 1998 (M01, Wed) Ahmed, Imtiaz..... 995 (D01, Mon), 1003 (D01, Tue) Ahmida, Mohamed........................... 849 (B08, Wed) Ahmmad, Bashir...............................991 (D01, Mon) Ahn, Cheol-Woo............................... 394 (A03, Wed) Ahn, Jae-Pyoung................................. 95 (A01, Wed) Ahn, Jiyoung.....................................596 (B02, Mon) Ahn, Jong-Hyun...............................1330 (H03, Thu) Ahn, Sang Hyun................................2136 (Z03, Tue) Ahn, Sang Hyun............................... 1424 (I03, Mon) Ahn, Si-Gyung................................1035 (D02, Wed) Ahrens, Eike...................................... 140 (A01, Wed) Ai, Guo..............................................255 (A02, Mon) Aihara, Yuichi.................................... 345 (A02, Wed) Aikawa, T....................................... 1976 (M01, Wed) 178

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Arie, Arenst Andreas...........................576 (B01, Tue) Ariga, Katsuhiko.................................835 (B08, Tue) Arisetty, Srikanth...............................1340 (I01, Tue) Arjona, Noé........ 1546 (I05, Wed), 1752 (L02, Wed) Arlt, Tobias........................................ 101 (A01, Wed) Armand, Michel................................ 263 (A02, Tue), ..............................330 (A02, Wed), 457 (A05, Mon) Armstrong, Beth.................................1529 (I05, Tue) Arneson, Claire.................................248 (A02, Mon) Arnó, Jose.........................................1052 (D02, Thu) Arnold, Michael............................... 636 (B03, Wed), ...............................641 (B03, Wed), 644 (B03, Wed) Arnold, Michael..............................1319 (H03, Wed) Aroua, Safwan........ 618 (B02, Tue), 685 (B04, Wed) Arriaga, Luis....................................1546 (I05, Wed), ............................1752 (L02, Wed), 1861 (L03, Thu) Arrington, Christian.........................1103 (E02, Wed) Arrington, Christian........................1100 (E02, Wed), ..........................................................1110 (E02, Wed) Arroval, Tonis..................................... 999 (D01, Tue) Arroyo-de Dompablo, Elena............402 (A04, Mon) Arthur, Timothy................................ 342 (A02, Wed) Artyushkova, Kateryna.....................1341 (I01, Tue), ..............................1435 (I03, Tue), 1808 (L03, Tue), .......................... 1825 (L03, Wed), 1830 (L03, Wed), ..........................................................1932 (L07, Wed) Arugula, Mary......2015 (M02, Mon), 2026 (M02, Tue) Arulmani, S...........................................9 (A01, Mon) Arunkumar, Paulraj............................ 310 (A02, Tue) Aruta, Carmela...................................1399 (I02, Thu) Arvet, Christian...............................1168 (G02, Mon) Asazawa, Koichiro.......................... 1711 (L02, Mon) Ashikari, Yosuke.............................. 1601 (K01, Tue) Ashraf, Huma................................... 1071 (D04, Tue) Ashraf Gandomi, Yasser....................200 (A01, Thu) Ashworth, Claire...............................1873 (L06, Tue) Asih, Wentika.................................... 163 (A01, Wed) Aslam, Iqra......1986 (M01, Wed), 1990 (M01, Wed) Aslan, Ayse........................................ 336 (A02, Wed) Aslanbas, Özgür................................ 268 (A02, Tue), ..............................516 (A05, Wed), 2033 (Z01, Tue) Ata, Ali.............................................. 336 (A02, Wed) Atanassov, Plamen............................1435 (I03, Tue), ...........................1711 (L02, Mon), 1777 (L02, Thu), ...........................1800 (L03, Mon), 1808 (L03, Tue), .............................1818 (L03, Tue), 1820 (L03, Tue), .......................... 1825 (L03, Wed), 1830 (L03, Wed), .......................... 1848 (L03, Wed), 1850 (L03, Wed), ...........................1852 (L03, Wed), 1855 (L03, Thu), ........................... 1869 (L06, Tue), 1932 (L07, Wed), ...........................2185 (Z06, Mon), 2218 (Z06, Wed) Atci, Erhan....................................... 1853 (L03, Thu) Atci, Erhan......... 1816 (L03, Tue), 1849 (L03, Wed) Atha, Donald...................................1618 (K02, Wed) Atobe, Mahito........1591 (K01, Mon), 1606 (K01, Tue) Atolia, Esha.......................................596 (B02, Mon) Atun, Gülten.....................................1673 (L01, Wed) Augustyn, Veronica........................... 531 (A05, Wed) Augustynski, Jan..............................1669 (L01, Wed) Auinger, Michael............................ 2180 (Z06, Mon) Aurbach, Doron.................................34 (A01, Mon), ................................ 226 (A02, Sun), 369 (A02, Thu) Aureau, Damien................................989 (D01, Mon) Ausderau, Logan.........88 (A01, Wed), 1517 (I05, Mon) Ausserré, Dominique........................ 736 (B05, Wed) Avery, Azure......................................562 (B01, Mon) Avouris, Phaedon............................1318 (H03, Wed) Awadallah, Osama.............................1404 (I02, Thu) Axinte, Dragos.................................1137 (F01, Wed) Axmann, Peter.....................................27 (A01, Mon) Ayato, Yusuke.....................................1448 (I03, Tue) Aydin, Egemen......934 (C01, Wed), 944 (C01, Wed) Aydin, Sukriye.......934 (C01, Wed), 944 (C01, Wed) Ayers, Katherine...............................1548 (I05, Wed), ............................ 2139 (Z03, Tue), 2159 (Z05, Wed) Ayyash, Sondos.............................. 1968 (M01, Wed)

Azari, Pedram......................................921 (B09, Tue) Aziz, Michael................................... 378 (A03, Wed), .............................. 382 (A03, Wed), 385 (A03, Wed) Azizi, Amor......................................1113 (E02, Wed)

Banerjee, Areen...............................1152 (G01, Mon) Banerjee, Gautam.............................1053 (D02, Thu) Banerjee, Kaustav............................ 1290 (H03, Tue) Banerjee, Parag...............................1322 (H03, Thu), ............................1333 (H03, Thu), 1665 (L01, Wed) Banerjee, Sanjay............................... 844 (B08, Wed) Banerjee, Sanjoy................................ 490 (A05, Tue) Banerjee, Sanjoy............................... 530 (A05, Wed) Banerjee, Sanjoy............................... 528 (A05, Wed) Banerjee, Sriya...1322 (H03, Thu), 1665 (L01, Wed) Banga, Dhego................................... 1096 (E01, Thu) Banhart, John......... 22 (A01, Mon), 101 (A01, Wed) Banodkar, Amay.............................. 1860 (L03, Thu) Bao, Xin-Yu....................................1209 (G02, Wed) Baqué, Laura.....................................1387 (I02, Wed) Barai, Pallab.......................................1476 (I04, Tue) Baral, Sudhir...................................1035 (D02, Wed) Baranova, Elena.................................1401 (I02, Thu) Baranova, Elena............................... 1790 (L02, Thu) Baranyai, Roland............................1212 (H01, Mon) Barbero, Nadia................................ 1645 (L01, Mon) Barbos, Corina................................... 998 (D01, Tue) Barboux, Philippe............................ 502 (A05, Wed), .........................................................1255 (H01, Wed) Barchasz, Céline................................216 (A01, Thu) Baribeau, Jean-Marc.........................2096 (Z02, Tue) Baricci, Andrea..................................1544 (I05, Wed) Baricuatro, Jack................................1933 (L07, Wed) Barile, Christopher..........................1625 (K02, Wed) Barile, Christopher..........................1670 (L01, Wed), ......................................................... 1803 (L03, Mon) Barker, Robert...................................2192 (Z06, Tue) Barnett, Jonathan............................ 1974 (M01, Wed) Barnett, Scott.....................................1504 (I05, Sun), ............................. 1508 (I05, Mon), 1523 (I05, Tue), ................................ 1524 (I05, Tue), 1530 (I05, Tue) Barnhart, Charles.............................2150 (Z03, Wed) Barolo, Claudia............................... 1645 (L01, Mon) Baron, Thierry...................................2093 (Z02, Tue) Barone, Paul......................................596 (B02, Mon) Barpanda, Prabeer.............................. 270 (A02, Tue) Barrass, Tony.................................... 1071 (D04, Tue) Barraud, Sylvain............................1168 (G02, Mon), .......................................................... 1185 (G02, Tue) Barrejon, Myriam..734 (B05, Wed), 782 (B06, Thu) Barrera, Thomas................................455 (A05, Mon) Barrera-Díaz, Carlos........................1145 (F01, Wed) Barrett, Caleb..................................1209 (G02, Wed) Barringer, David.................................368 (A02, Thu) Barsoum, Michel............................. 1306 (H03, Tue), .........................................................1313 (H03, Wed) Bartels, Ludwig.........743 (B06, Wed), 1296 (H03, Tue) Bartlett, Alexander............................ 448 (A04, Wed) Barton, Joseph......1348 (I02, Mon), 1409 (I02, Thu) Bartsch, Michael..............................1100 (E02, Wed) Baruch, Maor.................................. 1906 (L07, Mon) Baruch, Moshe..................................1811 (L03, Tue) Basbus, Juan......................................1381 (I02, Wed) Basim, G. Bahar..............................1054 (D02, Thu), .............................1057 (D02, Thu), 1157 (G01, Tue) Baskin, Artem..................................... 477 (A05, Tue) Bassat, Jean marc............................. 1355 (I02, Mon) Bassat, Jean-Marc.............................2037 (Z01, Tue) Bastawros, Ashraf...........................1038 (D02, Wed) Basu, Joyeeta.................................. 1984 (M01, Wed) Basu, Suddhasatwa..........................1733 (L02, Wed) Batchellor, Adam...............................1443 (I03, Tue) Bates, Michael.......203 (A01, Thu), 1463 (I03, Wed) Battaglia, Vince..................................209 (A01, Thu) Battle, Cooper.................................... 880 (B08, Thu) Baturina, Olga..................................1932 (L07, Wed) Bauer, Maria........................................919 (B09, Tue) Bauza, Daniel................................... 1006 (D01, Tue) Bayachou, Mekki...........................1634 (K02, Wed), ........................................................ 1981 (M01, Wed)

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Babanova, Sofia................................1818 (L03, Tue) Babanova, Sofia...............................1807 (L03, Tue), ........................... 1812 (L03, Tue), 1841 (L03, Wed), .......................... 1842 (L03, Wed), 1843 (L03, Wed), .......................... 1844 (L03, Wed), 1845 (L03, Wed), .......................... 1850 (L03, Wed), 1851 (L03, Wed), .......................................................... 1855 (L03, Thu) Babanova, Sofia...............................1808 (L03, Tue), ..........................................................1830 (L03, Wed) Babauta, Jerome............................. 1646 (L01, Mon), ........................... 1814 (L03, Tue), 1833 (L03, Wed), ............................. 1853 (L03, Thu), 2078 (Z01, Tue) Babcock, Susan...................................32 (A01, Mon) Bach Delpeuch, Antoine...................353 (A02, Thu), ..........................................................1741 (L02, Wed) Bachilo, Sergei.................................591 (B02, Mon), .................................664 (B03, Thu), 674 (B03, Thu) Bachlinski, Robert...........................1695 (L01, Wed) Badjate, Shubham............................. 388 (A03, Wed) Badot, Jean-Claude............................366 (A02, Thu) Bae, Joongmyeon...............................1480 (I04, Tue) Bae, Seongjun...... 145 (A01, Wed), 148 (A01, Wed) Baek, Jinseok.................................... 650 (B03, Wed) Baek, Jong Dae.......1002 (D01, Tue), 1677 (L01, Wed) Baek, Yoon-Jae................................. 1156 (G01, Tue) Bagarinao, Katherine........................1383 (I02, Wed) Bagheri, Samira.................................. 773 (B06, Thu) Bai, Bofeng........................................206 (A01, Thu) Bai, Ying............................................ 499 (A05, Wed) Bai, Yusong....................................... 651 (B03, Wed) Baik, Kwang Hyeon........................ 1228 (H01, Tue) Baik, Kyung Don.............................2224 (Z06, Wed) Bailon, Luis.....................................1026 (D01, Wed) Baker, Daniel.................................... 442 (A04, Wed), ...............................1470 (I04, Tue), 2186 (Z06, Tue) Baker, Hanan.....................................600 (B02, Mon) Baker, Stefanie....................................613 (B02, Tue) Bala Chandran, Rohini.....................1919 (L07, Tue) Balachandran, Geethu.........................40 (A01, Mon) Balaguer, Maria......... 1353 (I02, Mon), 1477 (I04, Tue) Balakrishnan, Prabhuraj.................... 772 (B06, Thu) Balan, Viorel....................................1168 (G02, Mon) Balandeh, Mehrdad...........................201 (A01, Thu), ............................................................202 (A01, Thu) Balch, Alan.............681 (B04, Wed), 696 (B04, Thu) Balciunaite, Aldona.........................1101 (E02, Wed), .............................1120 (E02, Wed), 1572 (I05, Wed) Baldizzone, Claudio.........................1547 (I05, Wed), ..........................................................1737 (L02, Wed) Bale, Hrishikesh.................................1503 (I05, Sun) Balestra, Francis..............................1168 (G02, Mon) Balestrino, Giuseppe..........................1399 (I02, Thu) Balke, Nina............. 212 (A01, Thu), 1474 (I04, Tue) Ball, Sarah.................84 (A01, Tue), 274 (A02, Tue) Ball, Vincent...................................... 115 (A01, Wed) Ballantyne, Andrew..........................2192 (Z06, Tue) Ballard, Matt.................................. 1972 (M01, Wed) Balsara, Nitash.................................. 127 (A01, Wed) Balsara, Nitash...................................195 (A01, Thu) Bambhania, Harshal..........................1821 (L03, Tue) Ban, Chunmei...................................245 (A02, Mon) Ban, Shuai............ 761 (B06, Wed), 1388 (I02, Wed) Banda-Alemán, Jorge......................1922 (L07, Wed) Bandaru, Prabhakar............................16 (A01, Mon), ...............................451 (A04, Wed), 786 (B06, Thu), ............................................................1586 (I05, Thu) Bandi, Venugopal.............................. 845 (B08, Wed) Bandodkar, Amay..........................2011 (M02, Mon) Bandyopadhyay, Dipankar...............892 (B09, Mon) Banerjee, Abhishek.........................1171 (G02, Mon)

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Bayachou, Mekki............................2027 (M02, Tue), ...........................................................2039 (Z01, Tue) Bayle-Guillemaud, Pascale.............. 515 (A05, Wed) Bayliss, Ryan..................................... 495 (A05, Wed) Bayrachniy, Vladimir.........................1451 (I03, Tue) Bayrakceken, Ayse............................1570 (I05, Wed) Bazant, Martin...................................401 (A04, Mon) Bazin, Cyrille....................................1464 (I03, Wed) Beauger, Christian............................ 1774 (L02, Thu) Beck, Justin...........932 (C01, Wed), 946 (C01, Wed) Beckert, Michael............................. 2003 (M01, Thu) Beckingham, Kathleen.....................591 (B02, Mon) Bedair, Salah.................................... 1226 (H01, Tue) Bedoya, Franky................................ 1949 (L07, Thu) Bedzyk, Michael.................................30 (A01, Mon) Beebee, Charlotte..............................2192 (Z06, Tue) Beeby, Steve.................................... 1011 (D01, Wed) Beech, Iwona.........934 (C01, Wed), 944 (C01, Wed) Beechem, Thomas.............................. 273 (A02, Tue) Beh, Eugene...................................... 385 (A03, Wed) Beirnaert, Charlie............................... 707 (B04, Thu) Bélanger, Daniel................................. 567 (B01, Sun) Belharouak, Ilias..........232 (A02, Sun), 321 (A02, Tue) Bell, Alan.......................................... 1289 (H03, Tue) Bellatti, Pooja................................... 1094 (E01, Thu) Beller, Matthias...............................1600 (K01, Mon) Belli, Stuart........................................2077 (Z01, Tue) Belmonte, Thierry...........................1066 (D04, Mon) Beltrán-Gastélum, Mara.................... 545 (B01, Sun) Benavente, Francisca....................... 1784 (L02, Thu) Benavidez, Tomas.............................893 (B09, Mon) Bender, Timothy................................ 858 (B08, Wed) Bendersky, Leonid.......................... 1424 (I03, Mon), ...........................................................2141 (Z03, Tue) Benedek, Roy....................................399 (A04, Mon) Benicewicz, Brian............................1141 (F01, Wed) Benítez, José................................... 1996 (M01, Wed) Benn, Ellen...................................... 1696 (L02, Mon) Bennet, Kevin.................................2023 (M02, Mon) Benson, David..................................1107 (E02, Wed) Benson, Sally..........1923 (L07, Wed), 2150 (Z03, Wed) Bent Larsen, Niels...............................622 (B02, Tue) Benyoucef, Mohamed..................... 1184 (G02, Tue) Berben, Louise................................. 1604 (K01, Tue) Berg, Sean..........................................190 (A01, Thu) Bergens, Steven............................... 1697 (L02, Mon) Berger, John.......................................1484 (I04, Wed) Berlinger, Sarah................................. 506 (A05, Wed) Bernasconi, Roberto........................ 745 (B06, Wed), ........................... 1097 (E01, Thu), 1102 (E02, Wed), ..........................................................1105 (E02, Wed) Bernt, Maximilian............................ 1418 (I03, Mon) Berry, Joseph.....................................554 (B01, Mon) Bertasi, Federico.............................. 158 (A01, Wed), .............................. 328 (A02, Wed), 353 (A02, Thu), ..........................................................1741 (L02, Wed) Bertheussen, Erlend.........................1940 (L07, Wed) Bertocci, Ugo....................................2136 (Z03, Tue) Bertoluzzi, Luca................................1917 (L07, Tue) Bertrand, Jean-Pierre........................457 (A05, Mon) Besmehn, Astrid..............................1016 (D01, Wed) Besson, Pascal.................................1168 (G02, Mon) Bettotti, Paolo....................................2092 (Z02, Tue) Beutl, Alexander......48 (A01, Tue), 438 (A04, Wed) Beverage, Kevin.................................. 73 (A01, Tue), .............................519 (A05, Wed), 2160 (Z05, Wed) Beyenal, Haluk.......1646 (L01, Mon), 1814 (L03, Tue), ........................... 1833 (L03, Wed), 1849 (L03, Wed) Beyenal, Haluk................................. 1853 (L03, Thu) Beyenal, Haluk.................................1810 (L03, Tue), ..............................1816 (L03, Tue), 2078 (Z01, Tue) Bhagat, Rohit........ 460 (A05, Mon), 572 (B01, Tue) Bhakta, Snehasis............................2014 (M02, Mon) Bhandakkar, Tanmay........................ 388 (A03, Wed) Bhansali, Shekhar........................... 2000 (M01, Thu) Bharadwaj, Anish............................1250 (H01, Wed)

Bharadwaj, Arpit...............................1460 (I03, Wed) Bhardwaj, Shubhrajyotsna............ 1994 (M01, Wed) Bhargav, Amruth........333 (A02, Wed), 357 (A02, Thu) Bhaskar, Aiswarya........................... 500 (A05, Wed), ........................................................... 534 (A05, Wed) Bhaskar, Aiswarya..............................40 (A01, Mon) Bhattacharjee, Mitradip....................892 (B09, Mon) Bhattacharya, Priyanka......................1575 (I05, Thu) Bhattacharyya, Dhiman.................2022 (M02, Mon) Bhattiprolu, Sreenivas........................1503 (I05, Sun) Bhooshan, Vijay..................................34 (A01, Mon) Bi, Lei.................................................1360 (I02, Tue) Bian, Yongzhong............................... 862 (B08, Wed) Biancolli, Ana.................................... 146 (A01, Wed) Bickelhaupt, F. Matthias.................... 693 (B04, Thu) Bidan, Gérard................................... 2126 (Z02, Thu) Biddinger, Elizabeth........................1935 (L07, Wed) Biedermann, Franziska........................ 50 (A01, Tue) Bielefeld, Jeff......... 986 (D01, Mon), 1008 (D01, Wed) Bienkowski, Krzysztof....................1669 (L01, Wed) Bienkowski, Krzysztof....................1655 (L01, Tue), ..........................................................1928 (L07, Wed) Biernacka, Karolina.......................... 327 (A02, Wed) Bierwirth, Stefanie............................1895 (L07, Sun) Biesdorf, Johannes.......................... 1509 (I05, Mon), .............................1510 (I05, Mon), 1511 (I05, Mon) Bilici, Burcin....................................... 89 (A01, Wed) Billard, Alain...................................... 977 (C01, Thu) Billy, Joshua.....................................1931 (L07, Wed) Binkley, Katja................................... 1791 (L02, Thu) Birlea, Mirela....................................598 (B02, Mon) Birss, Viola.........1648 (L01, Mon), 2079 (Z01, Tue) Bisadi, Zahra.....................................2092 (Z02, Tue) Bishop, Gregory.............................2014 (M02, Mon) Bishop, Sean.......... 1363 (I02, Tue), 1469 (I04, Tue), ................................1473 (I04, Tue), 1499 (I04, Thu) Bisker, Gili........................................596 (B02, Mon) Bismarck, Alexander........................ 329 (A02, Wed) Bisquert, Juan....................................1917 (L07, Tue) Biswas, Indro................................... 106 (A01, Wed), ...............................118 (A01, Wed), 159 (A01, Wed) Bitner, Anna...................................... 327 (A02, Wed) Biyiklioglu, Zekeriya.......................1965 (M01, Tue) Black, Jennifer...................................212 (A01, Thu) Blackburn, Jeffrey............................554 (B01, Mon), .............................560 (B01, Mon), 562 (B01, Mon), ............................. 564 (B01, Mon), 652 (B03, Wed), ...........................................................801 (B07, Mon) Blair, Sarah.........................................1435 (I03, Tue) Blanc-Pélissier, Danièle..................... 998 (D01, Tue) Blas-Ferrando, Vicente M................ 846 (B08, Wed) Blaser, Rachel............59 (A01, Tue), 192 (A01, Thu) Blennow, Peter...................................1411 (I02, Thu) Blum, Monika..... 1918 (L07, Tue), 1942 (L07, Thu) Bo, Shou-Hang..........63 (A01, Tue), 352 (A02, Thu) Bobea, Milena.................................. 1231 (H01, Tue) Bocarsly, Andrew............................ 1906 (L07, Mon) Boccardi, Guillaume.........................987 (D01, Mon) Bock, Anne...........249 (A02, Mon), 250 (A02, Mon) Bock, Christina.................................1748 (L02, Wed) Bock, David......................................247 (A02, Mon) Bocklund, Brandon...........................1569 (I05, Wed) Bockrath, Marc................................. 750 (B06, Wed) Boettcher, Michael.......................... 2003 (M01, Thu) Boettcher, Shannon............................14 (A01, Mon), ............................................................1443 (I03, Tue) Boeuf, Frédéric................................1168 (G02, Mon) Bogdanoff, Peter..............................1895 (L07, Sun), ......................................................... 1903 (L07, Mon) Bogdanowicz, Robert...................... 624 (B02, Wed), ........................... 1560 (I05, Wed), 1995 (M01, Wed) Boghossian, Ardemis....................... 579 (B01, Wed), .............................594 (B02, Mon), 599 (B02, Mon), ...........................................................605 (B02, Mon) Bohmhammel, Klaus.........................26 (A01, Mon), .............................................................. 50 (A01, Tue)

Bohn, Jessica......................................1521 (I05, Tue) Boikanyo, Diseko............................1957 (M01, Tue) Boillat, Pierre.................................. 1509 (I05, Mon), .............................1510 (I05, Mon), 1511 (I05, Mon) Boismain, Florent...............................360 (A02, Thu) Boitrel, Bernard................................. 839 (B08, Wed) Bolloli, Marco....................................216 (A01, Thu) Boltalina, Olga..................................801 (B07, Mon) Bonaccorso, Francesco....................1741 (L02, Wed) Bonastre, Alex..................................1735 (L02, Wed) Bond, Alan.........................................1866 (L06, Tue) Bøndergaard, Daniel........................1940 (L07, Wed) Boniface, Maxime............................. 262 (A02, Tue), ........................................................... 515 (A05, Wed) Bonifay, Vincent........934 (C01, Wed), 944 (C01, Wed) Bonifazi, Davide............................... 729 (B05, Wed) Bonn, Eric......................................... 1420 (I03, Mon) Bonn, Mischa....................................1868 (L06, Tue) Bonnesen, Peter................................ 1001 (D01, Tue) Bonzongo, Jean-Claude.....................630 (B03, Tue), .............................................................633 (B03, Tue) Boota, Muhammad......................... 1306 (H03, Tue), .........................................................1313 (H03, Wed) Borders, Brian.................................... 877 (B08, Thu) Bordes, Arnaud................................. 515 (A05, Wed) Borenstein, Arie..................................34 (A01, Mon) Borhuetter, Tobias...............................834 (B08, Tue) Borkiewicz, Olaf................................ 236 (A02, Sun) Borodin, Oleg........ 257 (A02, Tue), 465 (A05, Mon) Borole, Abhijeet.............................. 1801 (L03, Mon) Borovkov, Victor.................................836 (B08, Tue) Borovkova, Natalia........................1619 (K02, Wed), .........................................................1632 (K02, Wed) Bosco, Giacomo...............................2107 (Z02, Wed) Bose, Tiyash................................... 1981 (M01, Wed) Bose, Tiyash.....................................2027 (M02, Tue) Botello, Luis.....................................1121 (E02, Wed) Bottari, Giovanni.............................. 716 (B05, Wed), ........................................................... 730 (B05, Wed) Botte, Gerardine.................................. 73 (A01, Tue), .............................. 372 (A02, Thu), 519 (A05, Wed), ...........................2130 (Z02, Thu), 2160 (Z05, Wed), .......................... 2169 (Z05, Wed), 2216 (Z06, Wed), ..........................................................2217 (Z06, Wed) Boucher, Florent................................. 287 (A02, Tue) Boudaden, Jamila............................. 1077 (D04, Tue) Bouhattate, Jamaa............................. 924 (C01, Wed) Bouilly, Delphine.............................608 (B02, Mon), ........................................................... 646 (B03, Wed) Boujtita, Mohammed........................ 811 (B07, Mon) Boulanger, Jonathan.........................2110 (Z02, Wed) Bourgeteau, Tiphaine......................... 789 (B07, Sun) Bourke, Andrea...... 201 (A01, Thu), 202 (A01, Thu) Bouza, Antonio................................2155 (Z05, Wed) Bouzaglo, Hana..................................369 (A02, Thu) Bower, Allan...................................... 238 (A02, Sun), ............................... 442 (A04, Wed), 1470 (I04, Tue) Bowling, Charles................................ 85 (A01, Wed) Brachet, Mylène............................... 2126 (Z02, Thu) Bradley, Jonathan............................2114 (Z02, Wed), ..........................................................2119 (Z02, Wed) Bradley, Miranda..............................1691 (L01, Wed) Brady, Gerald........636 (B03, Wed), 641 (B03, Wed) Brain, Samantha................................2065 (Z01, Tue) Bramnik, Natalia.........40 (A01, Mon), 500 (A05, Wed) Bramorski, Camila.........................2013 (M02, Mon) Brancewicz, Ewa..............................559 (B01, Mon) Branchi, Mario.................................. 525 (A05, Wed) Brandell, Natalie...............................568 (B01, Mon) Brandon, Erik.................................... 337 (A02, Wed) Branzoi, Florina.......951 (C01, Wed), 1685 (L01, Wed) Branzoi, Roxana................................ 951 (C01, Wed) Branzoi, Viorel.................................1685 (L01, Wed) Brar, Victor........................................ 757 (B06, Wed) Braun, Paul.......................................2151 (Z03, Wed) Braun, Robert................................... 1349 (I02, Mon)

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Braun, Trevor.................................. 2182 (Z06, Mon) Braun, Waldemar.............................2221 (Z06, Wed) Braunecker, Wade...............................573 (B01, Tue) Brazaca, Laís..................................2013 (M02, Mon) Brecht, David.................................... 174 (A01, Wed) Breen, Sasuke....................................1919 (L07, Tue) Breitbach, Benjamin........................1938 (L07, Wed) Breitkopf, Cornelia.......................... 1069 (D04, Tue) Bretschger, Orianna.........................1812 (L03, Tue), ..........................................................1845 (L03, Wed) Bretschger, Orianna.........................1807 (L03, Tue), ........................... 1809 (L03, Tue), 1838 (L03, Wed), .......................... 1841 (L03, Wed), 1842 (L03, Wed), .......................... 1843 (L03, Wed), 1844 (L03, Wed), ........................... 1850 (L03, Wed), 1851 (L03, Wed) Brett, Daniel...........24 (A01, Mon), 2053 (Z01, Tue) Brett, Michael.................................. 1697 (L02, Mon) Brezesinski, Torsten......................... 2121 (Z02, Thu) Brian, Joseph....................................1936 (L07, Wed) Brichford, Meredy............................. 968 (C01, Thu) Bridewell, Victoria............................. 551 (B01, Sun) Bridges, Craig........................................ 7 (A01, Sun) Briguglio, Nicola................................204 (A01, Thu) Brinkman, Kyle........1398 (I02, Thu), 1513 (I05, Mon) Brivio, Elisa...................................... 1094 (E01, Thu) Brosha, Eric....... 1953 (M01, Tue), 1955 (M01, Tue) Brousse, Thierry............................... 2126 (Z02, Thu) Brown, David................................... 1943 (L07, Thu) Brown, Glen......................................455 (A05, Mon) Brown, Robert...................................2225 (Z07, Tue) Brown, Steven..........1787 (L02, Thu), 1788 (L02, Thu) Bruce, Peter...................................... 1789 (L02, Thu) Bruce, Robert..................................1205 (G02, Wed) Brugge, Rowena...............................1494 (I04, Wed) Bruggeman, Peter...........................1065 (D04, Mon) Brun, Christophe.............................. 1185 (G02, Tue) Brunauer, Georg............................... 1350 (I02, Mon) Brunet, Marine..................................989 (D01, Mon) Brunini, Victor.................................... 419 (A04, Tue) Brus, Louis........................................401 (A04, Mon) Brus, Stephan..................................1167 (G02, Mon) Brushett, Fikile................................. 374 (A03, Wed), .............................376 (A03, Wed), 1608 (K01, Tue), .............................1787 (L02, Thu), 1788 (L02, Thu) Brutti, Sergio..................................... 324 (A02, Tue), .................................325 (A02, Tue), 370 (A02, Thu) Bryan, Isaac...................................... 1231 (H01, Tue) Bryan, Zachary................................. 1231 (H01, Tue) Bryant, Carson................................1618 (K02, Wed) Bucci, Giovanna.................................1467 (I04, Tue) Bucher, Christophe............................191 (A01, Thu) Buchholz, Daniel............................... 479 (A05, Tue) Buchholz, Donald...............................30 (A01, Mon) Buck, David....................................... 701 (B04, Thu) Buckley, D. Noel...............................201 (A01, Thu), ............................... 202 (A01, Thu), 392 (A03, Wed) Buckley, Joseph......88 (A01, Wed), 1517 (I05, Mon) Budhathoki-Uprety, Januka.............593 (B02, Mon), .............................595 (B02, Mon), 604 (B02, Mon), ................................625 (B02, Wed), 667 (B03, Thu) Budin, Noah......................................1657 (L01, Tue) Budnikova, Yulia.............................1767 (L02, Wed), ...........................................................2048 (Z01, Tue) Buffleben, George............................1100 (E02, Wed) Bugga, Ratnakumar...........................311 (A02, Tue), ...............................337 (A02, Wed), 485 (A05, Tue), ........................................................... 513 (A05, Wed) Buhlmann, Philippe........................ 2173 (Z06, Mon) Bui, Phuong T. M..............................569 (B01, Mon) Bullad, George.................................. 651 (B03, Wed) Bulska, Ewa.....................................1695 (L01, Wed) Bumajdad, Ali.................................. 1787 (L02, Thu) Bundaleski, Nenad.........................1062 (D04, Mon), .........................................................1063 (D04, Mon) Bunea, Ada-Ioana................................622 (B02, Tue) Burgess, Jim....................................1629 (K02, Wed)

Burggraf, Fabian...............................2137 (Z03, Tue) Burheim, Odne.................................. 107 (A01, Wed) Burke, Michaela.................................1443 (I03, Tue) Burkhardt, Stephen........................... 449 (A04, Wed) Burlison, Phil...................................1037 (D02, Wed) Burns, Dillon...................................1150 (G01, Mon) Burrell, Anthony.......494 (A05, Wed), 495 (A05, Wed) Burriel, Mónica..........1365 (I02, Tue), 2037 (Z01, Tue) Burye, Theodore.........1362 (I02, Tue), 1531 (I05, Tue) Busacca, Concetta..............................204 (A01, Thu) Bussey, Lauren.................................1842 (L03, Wed) Bustos, Erika...................................1664 (L01, Wed), ............................ 1668 (L01, Wed), 2070 (Z01, Tue) Bustos, Jessy...................................1168 (G02, Mon) Buyanova, Irina......2116 (Z02, Wed), 2117 (Z02, Wed) Buyuksagis, Aysel............................. 946 (C01, Wed) Buzas, Vytenis........1101 (E02, Wed), 1109 (E02, Wed) Buzzeo, Marisa...............................1622 (K02, Wed) Büchi, Felix...................................... 1511 (I05, Mon) Byeon, Dae-Seop............................ 1240 (H01, Tue), .........................................................1260 (H01, Wed) Byrd, Ian............................................ 347 (A02, Wed)

Carpenter, Kayla..............................1807 (L03, Tue), .............................1809 (L03, Tue), 1812 (L03, Tue), ........................... 1842 (L03, Wed), 1844 (L03, Wed) Carraher, Jack..........1605 (K01, Tue), 1770 (L02, Wed) Carraro, Carlo......................................908 (B09, Tue) Carraro, Thomas...............................1372 (I02, Wed) Carrasco, Javier.................................1492 (I04, Wed) Carreño, Gilberto.............................1138 (F01, Wed) Carretero-González, Javier.................17 (A01, Mon) Carroll, Kyler......................................43 (A01, Mon) Carter, Michael.................................1954 (M01, Tue) Carter, W.............................................1467 (I04, Tue) Carver, Colin....................................1050 (D02, Thu) Casalegno, Andrea............................1544 (I05, Wed) Casas-Cabanas, Montse.................... 282 (A02, Tue), ............................................................ 285 (A02, Tue) Casci Ceccacci, Andrea......................622 (B02, Tue) Cassel, Alice.......................................220 (A01, Thu) Casselman, Matthew......................... 539 (A05, Wed) Cassidy, Mark.....................................1406 (I02, Thu) Castán, Helena......... 999 (D01, Tue), 1026 (D01, Wed) Castillo, Jose Luis.............................1543 (I05, Wed) Castro, Fernando.................................30 (A01, Mon) Castro, Yolanda................................ 1090 (E01, Thu) Cathcart, Grant................................1153 (G01, Mon) Cavalaglio, Sebastien......................... 414 (A04, Tue) Caviglia, Claudia..............................606 (B02, Mon), ................................901 (B09, Mon), 917 (B09, Tue) Caymax, Matty..................................988 (D01, Mon) Cazorla, Claudio...............................1492 (I04, Wed) Cedano, Mario.................................. 1616 (K01, Tue) Ceder, Gerbrand.................................. 63 (A01, Tue), ................................ 237 (A02, Sun), 352 (A02, Thu) Celikbilek, Ozden.............................1365 (I02, Tue), ...........................................................2037 (Z01, Tue) Cengiz, Elif Ceylan........................... 336 (A02, Wed) Cengiz, Sezgin.................................. 952 (C01, Wed) Ceniceros Reyes, Mónica.................1387 (I02, Wed) Cetin, Deniz........................................1535 (I05, Tue) Cetin, Yasin......................................1144 (F01, Wed) Cha, J.................................................1559 (I05, Wed) Cha, Min Suc..................................... 165 (A01, Wed) Chadwick, Bart................................ 1858 (L03, Thu) Chagarov, Evgeniy............................ 844 (B08, Wed) Chai, Yating.................................... 1977 (M01, Wed) Chakraborty, Deboleena...................1821 (L03, Tue) Chakraborty Banerjee, Parama..........19 (A01, Mon) Chakrapani, Vidhya........................1256 (H01, Wed) Chalker, Paul................................... 1011 (D01, Wed) Chamberlain, Rick............................. 418 (A04, Tue) Chan, B............................................1167 (G02, Mon) Chan, Maria....................................... 437 (A04, Wed) Chan, Shirley....................................1812 (L03, Tue), .......................... 1838 (L03, Wed), 1843 (L03, Wed), ........................... 1850 (L03, Wed), 1851 (L03, Wed) Chan, Ting-Shan................................1428 (I03, Tue) Chandra, Abhijit..............................1038 (D02, Wed) Chandra Bose, A............................... 154 (A01, Wed) Chandran, Sudakar............................ 940 (C01, Wed) Chang, Alice...................................... 121 (A01, Wed) Chang, Chien-Min........................... 520 (A05, Wed), ........................... 1887 (L06, Wed), 1888 (L06, Wed) Chang, Chin-Yu...............................1684 (L01, Wed) Chang, Edward................................1219 (H01, Mon) Chang, Hyun Young......................... 956 (C01, Wed) Chang, Liuwen................................1252 (H01, Wed) Chang, Max....................................... 517 (A05, Wed) Chang, Mei......................................1203 (G02, Wed) Chang, Ping-Lin................................. 304 (A02, Tue) Chang, Po-Cheng............................. 1191 (G02, Tue) Chang, Ting-Wei.............................. 1283 (H02, Tue) Chang, Tso-Fu Mark.......................1122 (E02, Wed), ..........................................................1123 (E02, Wed) Chang, Yao-Feng..............................985 (D01, Mon) Chang, Yu...........................................195 (A01, Thu) Changala, John................................... 998 (D01, Tue)

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C Caballero, Alvaro................................. 71 (A01, Tue) Caballero, Esmeralda..........................824 (B08, Tue) Cabana, Jordi..........294 (A02, Tue), 495 (A05, Wed) Cabelguen, Pierre-Etienne.................366 (A02, Thu) Cabo-Fernandez, Laura....................... 55 (A01, Tue) Cabrera, Rafmag.............................1152 (G01, Mon) Caear, Markus.................................1171 (G02, Mon) Cai, Bin............... 1551 (I05, Wed), 1745 (L02, Wed) Cai, Huijuan................................... 1987 (M01, Wed) Cai, Jinshu...........................................11 (A01, Mon) Cai, Mei............................................. 947 (C01, Wed) Cai, Qiong........................................2219 (Z06, Wed) Caignaert, Vincent............................. 504 (A05, Wed) Calabrese Barton, Scott....................1821 (L03, Tue) Calderon Moreno, Jose Maria......... 954 (C01, Wed), ........................................................... 955 (C01, Wed) Caldes, Maria..................................... 287 (A02, Tue) Caldichoury, Inaki............................. 448 (A04, Wed) Caldwell, Andrew............................2207 (Z06, Wed) Caldwell, Elizabeth............................196 (A01, Thu) Calizo, Irene..........753 (B06, Wed), 767 (B06, Wed) Call, Ann........................................... 1793 (L02, Thu) Call, Douglas.....................................1816 (L03, Tue) Calvinho, Karin.................................1567 (I05, Wed) Cambre, Sofie..........632 (B03, Tue), 707 (B04, Thu) Camilo, Mariana..............................1686 (L01, Wed) Campabadal., Francesca.................1026 (D01, Wed) Campbell, Alan................................1827 (L03, Wed) Campidelli, Stephane....................... 637 (B03, Wed), ................................736 (B05, Wed), 789 (B07, Sun) Campo, Jochen................................... 677 (B03, Thu) Campo, Jochen................................... 707 (B04, Thu) Campo, Teresa.......659 (B03, Wed), 762 (B06, Wed) Campos, Fernando............................ 108 (A01, Wed) Camps, Ivan.....................................2108 (Z02, Wed) Cancino-Bernardi, Juliana.............2013 (M02, Mon) Caneiro, Alberto................................1386 (I02, Wed) Cao, Changyong............................... 536 (A05, Wed) Cao, Lei..................23 (A01, Mon), 444 (A04, Wed) Cao, Yong.............185 (A01, Wed), 1394 (I02, Wed) Cappillino, Patrick.......................... 1805 (L03, Mon) Capuano, Chris..................................1548 (I05, Wed) Caravaggio, Michael......................... 945 (C01, Wed) Carboni, Marco.......324 (A02, Tue), 325 (A02, Tue) Cardin, Julien....................................2100 (Z02, Tue) Cardoso, David.......1542 (I05, Wed), 1647 (L01, Mon) Carlson, Eric....................................... 418 (A04, Tue) Carmignani, Corentin...................... 1185 (G02, Tue) Carminati, Daniela............................ 839 (B08, Wed) Carolan, Patrick....... 1158 (G01, Tue), 1335 (H03, Thu) Carotti, Francesco.............................. 968 (C01, Thu)

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Chapman, Karena.............................. 236 (A02, Sun) Chapman, Steven.............................. 539 (A05, Wed) Chapon, Patrick...................................28 (A01, Mon) Charlas, Benoit...................................1495 (I04, Thu) Chartrand, Patrice.............................400 (A04, Mon) Chassagneux, Yannick...................... 655 (B03, Wed) Chatare, Vijay.....................................194 (A01, Thu) Chateigner, Daniel............................. 476 (A05, Tue) Chatenet, Marian.............................. 1774 (L02, Thu) Chater, Richard.................................1494 (I04, Wed) Chatzichristodoulou, Christodoulos..........6 (A01, Sun), ................................1366 (I02, Tue), 1495 (I04, Thu) Chavillon, Benoit...............................216 (A01, Thu) Cheek, Graham..............................1595 (K01, Mon), .........................................................1623 (K02, Wed) Chen, Binbin...................................... 491 (A05, Tue) Chen, Chia-Hao............................... 1301 (H03, Tue) Chen, Chien-Fan...............................463 (A05, Mon) Chen, Chien-Fan...............................241 (A02, Mon) Chen, Chonglin................................ 1005 (D01, Tue) Chen, Chuan-Hua............................ 1286 (H02, Tue) Chen, Chun-Yi.......1122 (E02, Wed), 1123 (E02, Wed) Chen, Chunhui..................................... 52 (A01, Tue) Chen, Chunying............................. 1967 (M01, Wed) Chen, De............................................... 70 (A01, Tue) Chen, Di................. 1363 (I02, Tue), 1473 (I04, Tue) Chen, Dongchang..............................1533 (I05, Tue) Chen, Fanglin (Frank)...................... 1352 (I02, Mon) Chen, Guanggui........764 (B06, Wed), 1198 (G02, Tue) Chen, Guangyu.................................1455 (I03, Wed) Chen, Guoxing................................1028 (D01, Wed) Chen, Han-Yi.....................................1428 (I03, Tue) Chen, Haomin...................................404 (A04, Mon) Chen, Hong.....................................1278 (H02, Mon) Chen, Hong-Yu................................ 1182 (G02, Tue) Chen, Hsun-Yi.................................... 416 (A04, Tue) Chen, Hwang-Sheng........................ 520 (A05, Wed), ..........................................................1887 (L06, Wed) Chen, Hwang-Sheng........................1888 (L06, Wed) Chen, I-Hsuan................................ 1982 (M01, Wed) Chen, Jingyi.......................................2067 (Z01, Tue) Chen, Jun-Yao..........993 (D01, Mon), 1007 (D01, Tue) Chen, Junjie...................................... 928 (C01, Wed), ..............................929 (C01, Wed), 930 (C01, Wed), ........................................................... 931 (C01, Wed) Chen, Junxiang................................ 1706 (L02, Mon) Chen, Kevin....................................1220 (H01, Mon) Chen, Kuei-Hsien.............................1461 (I03, Wed) Chen, Kuo-Ching............................... 423 (A04, Tue) Chen, Lei............................................ 412 (A04, Tue) Chen, Li-Chyong..............................1461 (I03, Wed) Chen, Lih-Juann.............................. 2007 (M01, Thu) Chen, Liquan...................................... 296 (A02, Tue) Chen, Long-Qing............................... 412 (A04, Tue) Chen, Min-Cheng...........................1320 (H03, Wed) Chen, Ning.............687 (B04, Wed), 699 (B04, Thu) Chen, Pei-Chi..................................1274 (H02, Mon) Chen, Po Chang...............................1116 (E02, Wed) Chen, Po-Yu.....................................1656 (L01, Tue), ............................ 1885 (L06, Wed), 2042 (Z01, Tue) Chen, Qing....................................... 378 (A03, Wed), .............................. 382 (A03, Wed), 385 (A03, Wed) Chen, Qiuliu...................................... 507 (A05, Wed) Chen, Renkun....................................1562 (I05, Wed) Chen, Rongrong..............................1746 (L02, Wed), ........................... 1768 (L02, Wed), 1769 (L02, Wed) Chen, Shengli.................................. 1706 (L02, Mon) Chen, Shi........................................... 499 (A05, Wed) Chen, Shing....... 1812 (L03, Tue), 1841 (L03, Wed), ........................... 1843 (L03, Wed), 1845 (L03, Wed) Chen, Shula......................................2116 (Z02, Wed) Chen, Sin-An................................... 2007 (M01, Thu) Chen, Ta-Te.......................................1385 (I02, Wed) Chen, Wei-Fu....................................1461 (I03, Wed) Chen, Weimin...................................2117 (Z02, Wed) Chen, Weimin...................................2116 (Z02, Wed)

Chen, Xi.............................................195 (A01, Thu) Chen, Xiao...........................................30 (A01, Mon) Chen, Xiaobo................................... 1426 (I03, Mon) Chen, Xitong.....................................1915 (L07, Tue) Chen, Yan........................................... 260 (A02, Tue) Chen, Yan Wen.......1227 (H01, Tue), 1272 (H02, Mon) Chen, Yanhui..................................... 503 (A05, Wed) Chen, Yijung...................................... 448 (A04, Wed) Chen, Yin-Ying.................................... 68 (A01, Tue) Chen, Ying-Chen...............................985 (D01, Mon) Chen, Yu.............................................1533 (I05, Tue) Chen, Yu-ming..................................... 57 (A01, Tue) Chen, Yuhui...................................... 1789 (L02, Thu) Chen, Zhen....................................... 922 (C01, Wed), ...............................923 (C01, Wed), 931 (C01, Wed) Chen, Zhi.........................................1010 (D01, Wed) Chen, Zhiyi........................................ 507 (A05, Wed) Chen, Zhu...........................................1440 (I03, Tue) Chen-Wiegart, Yu-chen................... 1508 (I05, Mon) Chen-Yang, Yui Whei.....................1887 (L06, Wed), ..........................................................1888 (L06, Wed) Chen-Yang, Yui Whei....................... 520 (A05, Wed) Chenard, Etienne................................ 477 (A05, Tue) Cheney, Matthew.............................. 735 (B05, Wed) Cheng, Chao-Kuang........................ 1305 (H03, Tue) Cheng, Cheng-Wei..........................1205 (G02, Wed) Cheng, Chia-Chin...........................1320 (H03, Wed) Cheng, Gang..................................... 174 (A01, Wed), .................................193 (A01, Thu), 290 (A02, Tue) Cheng, Lei.........................................1481 (I04, Wed) Cheng, Ping........................................205 (A01, Thu) Cheng, Shiyang................................ 1351 (I02, Mon) Cheng, Tao......................................... 431 (A04, Tue) Cheng, Xin-Bing............................... 349 (A02, Wed) Cheng, Xun......................................1924 (L07, Wed) Cheng, Yang-Tse................................1498 (I04, Thu) Cheng, Yi-Lung..............................1024 (D01, Wed), .........................................................1027 (D01, Wed) Cheng, Yonghong.............................. 169 (A01, Wed) Cheng, Yun......................................... 427 (A04, Tue) Cheng, Zhe........................................1361 (I02, Tue), ............................... 1404 (I02, Thu), 1405 (I02, Thu) Cheong, Hae Won............................. 130 (A01, Wed) Cheprakov, Andrey........................... 857 (B08, Wed) Cheramy, SĂŠverine........................... 1185 (G02, Tue) Chereddy, Sumanth............................194 (A01, Thu) Cherevko, Serhiy............................ 1425 (I03, Mon), ............................ 1547 (I05, Wed), 1938 (L07, Wed) Cherkaoui, Karim........................... 1289 (H03, Tue), ..........................................................1335 (H03, Thu) Chervin, Christopher.......................... 488 (A05, Tue) Chhowalla, Manish..........................1326 (H03, Thu) Chi, Bo............................................... 185 (A01, Wed) Chi, Miaofang........272 (A02, Tue), 341 (A02, Wed) Chi, Ting- Han.................................. 1194 (G02, Tue) Chia, Xinyi....................................... 1303 (H03, Tue) Chiang, Han-Hsin............................405 (A04, Mon), ...........................................................2193 (Z06, Tue) Chiang, Long......................................615 (B02, Tue), ................................713 (B05, Wed), 742 (B05, Thu) Chiang, Yet-Ming.............................. 415 (A04, Tue), ................................1467 (I04, Tue), 1499 (I04, Thu) Chiashi, Shohei...........553 (B01, Mon), 627 (B03, Tue) Chiba, Kazuhiro..............................1594 (K01, Mon) Chiba, Kazuhiro............................... 1610 (K01, Tue) Chiba, Takaaki...................................553 (B01, Mon) Chidambaram, Dev........................... 958 (C01, Thu), ................................960 (C01, Thu), 961 (C01, Thu), ................................962 (C01, Thu), 967 (C01, Thu), ................................969 (C01, Thu), 970 (C01, Thu), ..............................1453 (I03, Wed), 1729 (L02, Tue) Chien, Chao-Hsin..........................1023 (D01, Wed), .......................................................... 1082 (D04, Tue) Chien, Jen-Hao....................................35 (A01, Mon) Chikyow, T......................................1015 (D01, Wed) Chikyow, Toyohiro...........................984 (D01, Mon)

Chin, Bryan.........1982 (M01, Wed), 1989 (M01, Wed) Chin, Bryan.................................... 1977 (M01, Wed) Chinnam, Parameswara Rao.............. 64 (A01, Tue), ................................ 189 (A01, Thu), 194 (A01, Thu) Chintapalli, Mahati............................195 (A01, Thu) Chiovoloni, Sam............................... 173 (A01, Wed) Chisaka, Mitsuharu...........................1714 (L02, Tue) Chisholm, Calum.............................. 108 (A01, Wed) Chiu, Ming-Hui............................... 1300 (H03, Tue), ............................1301 (H03, Tue), 1320 (H03, Wed) Chiu, Wilson.......................................1507 (I05, Sun) Chng, Elaine Lay Khim.................... 770 (B06, Wed) Cho, Byung-Won...............................367 (A02, Thu) Cho, Byungjin........................................ 8 (A01, Sun) Cho, Chungyeon...............................561 (B01, Mon) Cho, EunAe............ 1442 (I03, Tue), 1449 (I03, Tue) Cho, Hyung-Man............................... 236 (A02, Sun) Cho, Inseong...................................... 297 (A02, Tue) Cho, Jang Hyeon............................... 130 (A01, Wed) Cho, Moon........................................992 (D01, Mon) Cho, Soo-Young................................ 522 (A05, Wed) Cho, Stephen.......................................619 (B02, Tue) Cho, Sung Baek...............................2224 (Z06, Wed) Cho, Sung Ho.................................... 156 (A01, Wed) Cho, Sunghun....................................565 (B01, Mon) Cho, Yong-Jung..............................1246 (H01, Wed), .........................................................1247 (H01, Wed) Cho, Young Whan............................ 124 (A01, Wed), .............................. 151 (A01, Wed), 155 (A01, Wed) Choe, Min-Ju...................................... 415 (A04, Tue) Choi, Doojin..................................... 1239 (H01, Tue) Choi, Ho-Suk.......584 (B01, Wed), 585 (B01, Wed), ...............................586 (B01, Wed), 815 (B07, Wed) Choi, Hyoung-Seuk........................1260 (H01, Wed) Choi, In-cheol..........973 (C01, Thu), 974 (C01, Thu) Choi, Jae Sung...............4 (A01, Sun), 65 (A01, Tue) Choi, Jaecheol.................................... 295 (A02, Tue) Choi, Jaewon....................................1322 (H03, Thu) Choi, Jin-Woo............................... 1971 (M01, Wed), ........................................................ 1974 (M01, Wed) Choi, Jong-Jin................................... 394 (A03, Wed) Choi, Jongrak.................................... 164 (A01, Wed) Choi, Joon-Hwan.............................. 394 (A03, Wed) Choi, Kyoung Hwan......................... 335 (A02, Wed) Choi, Moon Jong..........4 (A01, Sun), 65 (A01, Tue) Choi, Seongwook............................1269 (H02, Mon) Choi, Seung......................................1929 (L07, Wed) Choi, Seung-Woo............................. 510 (A05, Wed), ........................................................... 511 (A05, Wed) Choi, Sung Mook....... 8 (A01, Sun), 1432 (I03, Tue) Choi, Won Mook............................... 582 (B01, Wed) Choi, Wonchang................................ 176 (A01, Wed) Choi, Woon Ih...................................1918 (L07, Tue) Choi, Yong Seok............................... 124 (A01, Wed) Choi, Yong-Wook............................1751 (L02, Wed) Choi, Yoo-Jin.........660 (B03, Wed), 957 (C01, Wed) Choi, Young-june.........973 (C01, Thu), 974 (C01, Thu) Chorkendorff, Ib...............................1940 (L07, Wed) Chou, Chen-Han.............................. 1082 (D04, Tue) Chou, Harry....................................... 844 (B08, Wed) Chou, Jackey........................................ 58 (A01, Tue) Chou, Li-Hsien..................................1871 (L06, Tue) Chou, Li-Jen.................................... 2007 (M01, Thu) Chou, Mei-Yin................................1315 (H03, Wed) Chou, Mitch....................................1252 (H01, Wed) Chou, Shu-Wei..................................... 68 (A01, Tue) Chou, Ting-Mao............................... 1284 (H02, Tue) Choudhury, Amitava......................... 501 (A05, Wed) Choudhury, Pabitra........................... 844 (B08, Wed) Chowdhury, Nadratun..................... 1795 (L03, Mon) Chowdhury, Sayema........................ 1003 (D01, Tue) Chowdhury, Sugata........................... 755 (B06, Wed) Chowdhury, Tazima..........................566 (B01, Mon) Christian, Corey............................... 1943 (L07, Thu) Christinelli, Wania............................1584 (I05, Thu), ..........................................................1689 (L01, Wed)

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Chu, Chia-Ho................................... 1227 (H01, Tue) Chu, Chih-Wei...................................221 (A01, Thu) Chu, Deryn........... 1541 (I05, Wed), 1576 (I05, Thu) Chu, Haibin...................................... 2124 (Z02, Thu) Chu, Iek-Heng........279 (A02, Tue), 302 (A02, Tue), .............................. 433 (A04, Wed), 439 (A04, Wed) Chu, Peter............ 100 (A01, Wed), 121 (A01, Wed), .............................. 149 (A01, Wed), 517 (A05, Wed) Chu, Sheng-Yuan............................ 1080 (D04, Tue), .............................1081 (D04, Tue), 1083 (D04, Tue) Chu, Yong......................................... 157 (A01, Wed), .............................. 1501 (I05, Sun), 1518 (I05, Mon) Chu, Yu-Ren...................................... 935 (C01, Wed) Chua, Chun Kiang............................2088 (Z01, Tue) Chuang, Chen Kang.........................1116 (E02, Wed) Chueh, William.................................1490 (I04, Wed) Chui, Chi On...................................1270 (H02, Mon) Chumbimuni-Torres, Karin.............2055 (Z01, Tue), ...........................................................2074 (Z01, Tue) Chun, Jinyoung.................................. 307 (A02, Tue) Chun, Sang-Eun..................................14 (A01, Mon) Chung, Hoon....................................1545 (I05, Wed), ..............................1719 (L02, Tue), 1720 (L02, Tue) Chung, Hyen-Mi..........973 (C01, Thu), 974 (C01, Thu) Chung, Kyung Yoon..........................367 (A02, Thu) Chung, Kyung-Yoon......................... 317 (A02, Tue), ............................................................ 318 (A02, Tue) Chung, Roy.....................................1216 (H01, Mon) Chung, Wei-Lun................................. 416 (A04, Tue) Chung, Woo Jin.................................253 (A02, Mon) Chung, Yoonsung............................1958 (M01, Tue), ........................................................ 1991 (M01, Wed) Churchill, Brittani............................. 728 (B05, Wed) Chyi, Jen-Inn...................................1217 (H01, Mon) Cigada, Alberto................................ 1094 (E01, Thu) Ciucci, Francesco...............................1359 (I02, Tue) Clar, Justin............... 630 (B03, Tue), 633 (B03, Tue) Clare, Laurie..................................... 1616 (K01, Tue) Clark, David......................................2072 (Z01, Tue) Clark, Robert.........1017 (D01, Wed), 1204 (G02, Wed) Clarke, Tracey.....................................712 (B05, Tue) Claypool, James................................. 980 (C01, Thu) Clemmons, James............................. 144 (A01, Wed) Cliffel, David....................................1672 (L01, Wed) Close, Damien.................................... 981 (C01, Thu) Co, Anne.......................................... 1707 (L02, Mon) Co, Anne...........................................1931 (L07, Wed) Co, Anne........................................... 1791 (L02, Thu) Cobb, Corie....................................... 436 (A04, Wed) Cocco, Alex........................................1507 (I05, Sun) Cochet, Magali................................. 1509 (I05, Mon) Coe, Hannah..................................... 1093 (E01, Thu) Coffey, David....................................801 (B07, Mon) Cognard, Gwenn.............................. 1774 (L02, Thu) Cognet, Laurent.................................. 666 (B03, Thu) Cohen, Jamie...................................1043 (D02, Wed) Cohendoz, Stephane......................... 924 (C01, Wed) Cole, Emily..................................... 1906 (L07, Mon) Coleman, Eric.................................. 1707 (L02, Mon) Coleman, Jonathan.......10 (A01, Mon), 92 (A01, Wed) Coleman, Jonathan............................1869 (L06, Tue) Colina, Alvaro................................. 2005 (M01, Thu) Collaert, Nadine......987 (D01, Mon), 992 (D01, Mon), ..............................1158 (G01, Tue), 1167 (G02, Mon) Collazo, Ramon............................... 1231 (H01, Tue) Collins, Michael..................................612 (B02, Tue) Collins, Philip..............5 (A01, Sun), 671 (B03, Thu) Collins, Scott..................................... 348 (A02, Wed) Colombo, Massimo..........................1741 (L02, Wed) Comba, Fausto..................................893 (B09, Mon) Come, Jeremy....................................1474 (I04, Tue) Compton, Richard............................ 1944 (L07, Thu) Cong, Lei........................................... 851 (B08, Wed) Connolly, Liam................................. 107 (A01, Wed) Connor, Patrick................................1051 (D02, Thu) Connor, Paul.......................................1406 (I02, Thu)

Consiglio, Steven...........................1017 (D01, Wed), .........................................................1204 (G02, Wed) Constant, Aurore.............................1171 (G02, Mon) Conti, Fosca....................................... 158 (A01, Wed) Contreras Dávila, Guillermo..............915 (B09, Tue) Coolbaugh, Douglas........................2114 (Z02, Wed) Cooper, Nathanial.............................1561 (I05, Wed) Cooper, Thomas................................. 742 (B05, Thu) Coors, Grover....................................1380 (I02, Wed) Copenhaver, Katherine................... 2003 (M01, Thu) Copic, Davor.......................................574 (B01, Tue) Copley, Mark...................................... 274 (A02, Tue) Coppens, Peter................................1171 (G02, Mon) Coppola, Luigi.................................... 99 (A01, Wed) Cordoba de Torresi, Susana..............1660 (L01, Tue) Cordova, Isvar................................... 538 (A05, Wed) Cornejo, Jose.....................................1808 (L03, Tue) Cornut, Renaud......736 (B05, Wed), 789 (B07, Sun) Corr, Stuart.............603 (B02, Mon), 612 (B02, Tue) Cortez-Díaz, María..........................1680 (L01, Wed) Coser, Laura...................................... 330 (A02, Wed) Cosimbescu, Lelia............................. 376 (A03, Wed) Cosnier, Serge........1826 (L03, Wed), 1828 (L03, Wed) Coste, Michael................................1150 (G01, Mon) Costina, Ioan.....................................988 (D01, Mon) Cotto, María......... 762 (B06, Wed), 1566 (I05, Wed) Coughlin, Bryan................................1537 (I05, Wed) Coughlin, E.......................................1538 (I05, Wed) Couillard, Martin...............................1401 (I02, Thu), .......................................................... 1790 (L02, Thu) Coupar, Thomas.................................214 (A01, Thu) Courrèges, Cécile............................... 259 (A02, Tue) Courty, Matthieu................................355 (A02, Thu) Couzis, Alexander............................. 530 (A05, Wed) Cox, James........................................1653 (L01, Tue) Coyle, Jaclyn..................................... 119 (A01, Wed) Credi, Caterina.......1102 (E02, Wed), 1105 (E02, Wed) Creedon, Niamh.............................2018 (M02, Mon) Cresce, Arthur................................... 211 (A01, Thu), ............................... 257 (A02, Tue), 472 (A05, Mon) Creus, Juan..........924 (C01, Wed), 2153 (Z03, Wed) Creus, Juan......................................... 977 (C01, Thu) Cristiani, Pierangela.........................1848 (L03, Wed) Cristoloveanu, Sorin.......................... 998 (D01, Tue) Croce, Fausto.................................... 326 (A02, Wed) Cronin, Stephen.................................. 672 (B03, Thu) Crowder, Charles..............................2065 (Z01, Tue) Crowe, Iain.......................................2106 (Z02, Wed) Cuffari, David...................................1875 (L06, Tue) Cugnet, Mikaël...................................366 (A02, Thu) Cui, Kehang...........553 (B01, Mon), 627 (B03, Tue) Cui, Rongli......................................... 690 (B04, Thu) Cui, Xiaodong.................................1317 (H03, Wed) Cui, Yi-Tao........................................ 105 (A01, Wed) Cui, Yuantao...................................... 120 (A01, Wed) Cullen, David....................................1500 (I04, Thu), ............................. 1545 (I05, Wed), 1775 (L02, Thu) Cumming, Denis.............................. 1793 (L02, Thu) Cundell, Jill......................................2025 (M02, Tue) Cunin, Frederique.............................. 864 (B08, Thu) Cunningham, David.......................2010 (M02, Mon) Cupid, Damian.........48 (A01, Tue), 438 (A04, Wed) Curley, Steven..................................603 (B02, Mon), ................................ 612 (B02, Tue), 735 (B05, Wed) Curran, Scott....................................1955 (M01, Tue) Curtiss, Larry.....................................399 (A04, Mon) Cushing, Scott.......1576 (I05, Thu), 1914 (L07, Tue) Cvelbar, Uros.................................1063 (D04, Mon), .........................................................1068 (D04, Mon) Cyr, Eric............................................ 1155 (G01, Tue) Czernohorsky, M.............................. 1175 (G02, Tue)

D'Orlyé, Fanny.................................1680 (L01, Wed) D'Souza, Francis........728 (B05, Wed), 845 (B08, Wed) D. Sarma, D............................................ 3 (A01, Sun) da Graça Cabreira-Hansen, Maria......619 (B02, Tue) Da Silva, Rodrigo.............................1539 (I05, Wed) Dabo, Ismaila....................................2195 (Z06, Tue) Dabo, Ismaila...................................2206 (Z06, Wed) Dachraoui, Walid..............................1726 (L02, Tue) Daggumati, Pallavi........................2021 (M02, Mon) Dahl, Kris................ 613 (B02, Tue), 616 (B02, Tue) Dahl, Kris............................................611 (B02, Tue) Dahn, Jeff..........................................466 (A05, Mon) Dai, Hongjie......................................592 (B02, Mon) Dai, Jixiang......................................1275 (H02, Mon) Dai, Ngan.........................................1846 (L03, Wed) Dai, Yiling............. 255 (A02, Mon), 421 (A04, Tue) Dailly, Anne....................................... 947 (C01, Wed) Dalcanale, Stefano..........................1171 (G02, Mon) Dalgliesh, Robert..............................2192 (Z06, Tue) Dallery, Jacques-Alexandre............1168 (G02, Mon) Daly, Nathan......................................608 (B02, Mon) Damianos, Dimitrios.......................... 998 (D01, Tue) Danilov, Dmitry................................ 434 (A04, Wed) Danilovic, Nemanja..........................1548 (I05, Wed) Dantscher, Kathrin-Maria...............1012 (D01, Wed) Dao, Anh............................................ 131 (A01, Wed) Dao, Van-Duong.............................. 584 (B01, Wed), ..............................585 (B01, Wed), 586 (B01, Wed), ........................................................... 815 (B07, Wed) Daramola, Damilola.........................2216 (Z06, Wed) Darienzo, Massimiliano..................... 482 (A05, Tue) Darling, Robert........375 (A03, Wed), 1135 (F01, Wed) DaRos, Tatiana....................................610 (B02, Tue) Darroudi, Taghi................................1099 (E02, Wed) Darzi, Ghazwan.......1616 (K01, Tue), 1659 (L01, Tue) Das, Debanjan...................................1402 (I02, Thu), ............................... 1407 (I02, Thu), 1410 (I02, Thu) Das, Rajib......................................... 1423 (I03, Mon) Dashwood, Richard..........................460 (A05, Mon) Datta, Kanak...... 1208 (G02, Wed), 1336 (H03, Thu) Datta, Moni............. 51 (A01, Tue), 1456 (I03, Wed) Dávila, Guillermo...............................914 (B09, Tue) Davis, Anthony...............................1592 (K01, Mon) Davis, Edward................................... 449 (A04, Wed) Davis, James.................................. 1979 (M01, Wed), ........................ 2004 (M01, Thu), 2020 (M02, Mon), ..........................................................2025 (M02, Tue) Davis, James...................................2016 (M02, Mon) Davis, Jonathan................................ 1943 (L07, Thu) Dawlaty, Jahan..................................1459 (I03, Wed) De Andrade, Adalgisa......................1539 (I05, Wed), ..........................................................1847 (L03, Wed) De Andrade, Vincent.......................... 88 (A01, Wed), .............................1517 (I05, Mon), 1518 (I05, Mon) De Baerdemaeker, Jérémie............... 396 (A03, Wed) de Haart, L.G.J.................................. 268 (A02, Tue), ..............................516 (A05, Wed), 2033 (Z01, Tue) de Jesús, Abniel................................2154 (Z03, Wed) de Leeuw, Nora.................................410 (A04, Mon) de Leeuw, Nora.................................411 (A04, Mon) de León Rodríguez, Luis Manuel....... 1680 (L01, Wed) de Lima, Fabio.................................1686 (L01, Wed) De Meyer, Kristin...........................1167 (G02, Mon) De Nardo, Luigi............................... 1094 (E01, Thu) De Porcellinis, Diana........................ 525 (A05, Wed) De Vito, Eric...................................... 515 (A05, Wed) De Volder, Michael............................574 (B01, Tue), ........................................................... 635 (B03, Wed) Declercq, Frederick.........................1171 (G02, Mon) Dector, Andres.................................. 1861 (L03, Thu) Dector, Diana................................... 1861 (L03, Thu) Defillet, Joeri.......................................632 (B03, Tue) Dehan, Morin..................................1167 (G02, Mon) DeHority, Kaitlyn..............................1657 (L01, Tue) Deiner, L. Jay................................... 1778 (L02, Thu) Deiss, Frédérique........................... 1970 (M01, Wed)

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D D'Annibale, Andrea.......................... 340 (A02, Wed) D'Epifanio, Alessandra..................... 525 (A05, Wed) D'Epifanio, Alessandra.................... 1863 (L03, Thu)

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Deiss, Frederique..............................2075 (Z01, Tue) Deki, Shigehito................................. 1422 (I03, Mon) Del Frari, Doriane........547 (B01, Sun), 548 (B01, Sun) Delacourt, Charles.............................. 87 (A01, Wed) Delgado, Juan..........710 (B05, Tue), 737 (B05, Thu) Delport, Géraud................................. 637 (B03, Wed) Delvaux, Christie............................1167 (G02, Mon) Demetrescu, Ioana............................ 955 (C01, Wed) Demir-Cakan, Rezan........................ 336 (A02, Wed) Demirci, Gökhan.............................1126 (E02, Wed), ............................1131 (F01, Wed), 1144 (F01, Wed) Demopoulos, George....................... 1089 (E01, Thu) Demortiere, Arnaud..........................1726 (L02, Tue) DeNardi, Stephan............................1043 (D02, Wed) Deng, Jiujun......................................1465 (I03, Wed) Deng, Qingming................................ 698 (B04, Thu) Deng, Weiwei..................................... 785 (B06, Thu) Deng, Yong-Jhong..........................1019 (D01, Wed) Deng, Zhi.............. 433 (A04, Wed), 439 (A04, Wed) Dentoni Litta, Eugenio.................... 1173 (G02, Tue) Derecskei, Bela...............................1032 (D02, Wed) Deria, Pravas..................................... 651 (B03, Wed) Deribo, Svetlana.................................1451 (I03, Tue) Dervishi, Enkeleda............................ 756 (B06, Wed) Derycke, Vincent............................... 736 (B05, Wed) Desbois, Nicolas.................................820 (B08, Tue) DeSimone, Joseph............................. 127 (A01, Wed) Dessemond, Laurent.........................1365 (I02, Tue), ...........................................................2037 (Z01, Tue) Deutsch, Todd.......... 1896 (L07, Sun), 1918 (L07, Tue) Devarepally, Kishore Kumar............ 775 (B06, Thu), ........................................................... 818 (B07, Wed) Devaux, Didier...... 127 (A01, Wed), 195 (A01, Thu) Devina Konstantia, Inez.....................576 (B01, Tue) Devriendt, Katia..............................1167 (G02, Mon) Dharmasena, Ruchira.......................240 (A02, Mon) Di Bartolomeo, Elisabetta.................1399 (I02, Thu) Di Blasi, Alessandra...........................204 (A01, Thu) Di Blasi, Orazio..................................204 (A01, Thu) Di Lecce, Daniele..............................370 (A02, Thu) Di Natale, Corrado..............................832 (B08, Tue) Di Noto, Vito....... 158 (A01, Wed), 328 (A02, Wed), ............................... 353 (A02, Thu), 1342 (I01, Tue), ............................ 1540 (I05, Wed), 1741 (L02, Wed) Diao, Shuo.........................................592 (B02, Mon) Dias, Ana......... 1062 (D04, Mon), 1063 (D04, Mon) Dias, Francisco................................1063 (D04, Mon) Diau, Eric.............. 806 (B07, Mon), 817 (B07, Wed) Diaz, Carlos...................................... 1784 (L02, Thu) Díaz, Francisco.......762 (B06, Wed), 1265 (H01, Wed) Diaz, Luis.........................................2157 (Z05, Wed) Dickerson, James............................. 1091 (E01, Thu) Dickmann, Dan................................1049 (D02, Thu) Didierjean, Joffrey.......547 (B01, Sun), 548 (B01, Sun) Diemant, Thomas............................... 263 (A02, Tue) Dillon, Shen.......................................464 (A05, Mon) Ding, Changsheng............................2147 (Z03, Wed) Ding, Dong.........................................1533 (I05, Tue) Ding, Dongyan................................1013 (D01, Wed) Ding, Guoliang...................................1344 (I01, Tue) Ding, Hanping................................. 1352 (I02, Mon), ................................ 1526 (I05, Tue), 1527 (I05, Tue) Ding, YI Ming.......1021 (D01, Wed), 1204 (G02, Wed) Ding, Yujia..........................................372 (A02, Thu) Dinh, Hung Cuong............................1715 (L02, Tue) Dinh Nguyen, Minh-Thu.................... 87 (A01, Wed) DiSalvo, Francis................................2035 (Z01, Tue) Dismukes, G..................................... 1945 (L07, Thu) Dismukes, Gerard............................1462 (I03, Wed), ............................. 1567 (I05, Wed), 1948 (L07, Thu) Dissanayake, Amila...........................1575 (I05, Thu) Divakaruni, Rama...........................1164 (G02, Mon) Dixit, Mudit........................................369 (A02, Thu) Dixon, David....................................1770 (L02, Wed) Dixon, Ditty.......... 500 (A05, Wed), 534 (A05, Wed) Djenizian, Thierry............................. 533 (A05, Wed)

Djurado, Elisabeth............................1365 (I02, Tue), ...........................................................2037 (Z01, Tue) Doan, Huong......................................203 (A01, Thu) Doan, Phuong.................................. 2185 (Z06, Mon) Doeff, Marca.....................................1481 (I04, Wed) Dogan, Fulya..................................... 161 (A01, Wed) Dogan, Omer...................................... 959 (C01, Thu) Dogdibegovic, Emir.........................1369 (I02, Wed), ...........................................................2052 (Z01, Tue) Dogu, Doruk..................................... 1791 (L02, Thu) Doh, Chil-Hoon................................. 429 (A04, Tue) Dole, Holly.........................................1401 (I02, Thu) Dollé, Mickeal...................................400 (A04, Mon) Domen, Kazunari.............................1894 (L07, Sun), ........................... 1916 (L07, Tue), 1939 (L07, Wed), ............................ 1941 (L07, Wed), 2134 (Z03, Tue) Dominguez Bucio, Thalia................ 1201 (G02, Tue) Dominko, Robert.............................. 524 (A05, Wed) Dong, Lin........................................1203 (G02, Wed) Dong, Yong-Rong............................. 380 (A03, Wed) Dong, Zhenbiao..............................1013 (D01, Wed) Donkeng Dazie, Joel........................ 1614 (K01, Tue) Doo, Seok-Kwang.............................. 95 (A01, Wed) Doorn, Stephen................................560 (B01, Mon), ...............................653 (B03, Wed), 663 (B03, Thu), ........................................................... 756 (B06, Wed) Dordi, Yezdi.....................................1109 (E02, Wed) Doris, Sean.........................................217 (A01, Thu) Döscher, Henning............................1896 (L07, Sun), ...........................................................1918 (L07, Tue) Dou, Letian.......................................1327 (H03, Thu) Dou, Meiling.......... 1701 (L02, Mon), 1779 (L02, Thu) Doublet, Marie-Liesse......................1726 (L02, Tue) Doughty, Daniel................................461 (A05, Mon) Dowd, Regis........ 381 (A03, Wed), 1127 (F01, Wed) Dowell, Timothy............................ 1638 (L01, Mon), ......................................................... 2184 (Z06, Mon) Dowgiallo, Anne-Marie...................554 (B01, Mon), ...........................................................560 (B01, Mon) Downing, Gregory.............................215 (A01, Thu) Doyle, Richard................................. 1782 (L02, Thu) Draeger, Erik.....................................409 (A04, Mon) Dravid, Vinayak..................................30 (A01, Mon) Dreibelbis, Mark..........32 (A01, Mon), 364 (A02, Thu) Drob, Silviu Iulian........................... 954 (C01, Wed), ........................................................... 955 (C01, Wed) Droopad, Ravi.................................1203 (G02, Wed) Druce, John............ 1356 (I02, Tue), 1357 (I02, Tue) Druffel, Thad.....................................803 (B07, Mon) Dryg, Ian...................911 (B09, Tue), 912 (B09, Tue) Drynski, Estelle.................................. 981 (C01, Thu) Drüschler, Marcel.............................. 527 (A05, Wed) Drzal, Lawrence............................... 153 (A01, Wed), ................................288 (A02, Tue), 765 (B06, Wed) Du, Fei.............................................1276 (H02, Mon) Du, MingLiang................................ 1636 (L01, Mon) Du, Shuanglong................................. 427 (A04, Tue) Du, Songtao.................................... 1982 (M01, Wed) Du, Songtao.........1977 (M01, Wed), 1989 (M01, Wed) Duan, Chuancheng.............................1527 (I05, Tue) Duan, Nan-Qi.......185 (A01, Wed), 1394 (I02, Wed) Duan, Wentao....... 374 (A03, Wed), 376 (A03, Wed) Dubrunfaut, Olivier............................366 (A02, Thu) Duconge, José.................................. 141 (A01, Wed), .............................. 659 (B03, Wed), 1566 (I05, Wed) Dudney, Nancy..................................212 (A01, Thu), ............................ 341 (A02, Wed), 1637 (L01, Mon) Dudoff, Jessica................................. 1093 (E01, Thu) Dueber, Ross.......................................... 1 (A01, Sun) Dueñas, Salvador.............................. 999 (D01, Tue), .........................................................1026 (D01, Wed) Duesberg, Georg............................. 1297 (H03, Tue), ..........................................................1335 (H03, Thu) Duffy, Ray....................................... 1176 (G02, Tue), ............................ 1289 (H03, Tue), 1335 (H03, Thu) Dufour, Christian..............................2100 (Z02, Tue)

Dumont, Joseph........1719 (L02, Tue), 1720 (L02, Tue) Dumont, Lucile.................................2100 (Z02, Tue) Dunin-Borkowski, Rafal...................1502 (I05, Sun) Dunn, Bruce............53 (A01, Tue), 122 (A01, Wed), ...............................890 (B09, Mon), 1581 (I05, Thu) Duong, Hieu....................................... 475 (A05, Tue) Dupré, Nicolas.................................. 515 (A05, Wed) Duquette, David................................. 273 (A02, Tue) Duran, Gema.....................................893 (B09, Mon) Durmus, Y. Emre......516 (A05, Wed), 2033 (Z01, Tue) Durst, Julien.................................... 1710 (L02, Mon) Duscher, Gerd........ 1338 (I01, Tue), 1529 (I05, Tue) Dushaq, Ghada................................1014 (D01, Wed) Duszynska, Anna.............................1695 (L01, Wed) Dwibedi, Debasmita.......................... 270 (A02, Tue) Dyakonov, Vladimir.......................... 737 (B05, Thu) Dyck, Ondrej.......... 1338 (I01, Tue), 1529 (I05, Tue) Dylla, Anthony.................................1882 (L06, Wed)

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E Easton, Christopher.............................19 (A01, Mon) Ebenso, Eno............571 (B01, Tue), 975 (C01, Thu) Ebenso, Eno E..................................1957 (M01, Tue) Echegoyen, Luis............................... 686 (B04, Wed), ................................694 (B04, Thu), 701 (B04, Thu), ...............................720 (B05, Wed), 730 (B05, Wed) Eckert, Jürgen.................................... 140 (A01, Wed) Eckstein, Klaus........678 (B03, Thu), 680 (B03, Thu) Eddie, Brian.......................................1815 (L03, Tue) Eddy, Charles..................................1214 (H01, Mon) Edel, Joshua.......................................1865 (L06, Tue) Edmonds, Mary...............................1203 (G02, Wed) Edossa, Gemechu............................1266 (H01, Wed) Edri, Eran............................................1579 (I05, Thu) Edwards, Martin................................ 122 (A01, Wed) Edwards, Nicholas..........................1250 (H01, Wed) Efetov, Dmitri....................................401 (A04, Mon) Efimov, Alexander............................. 879 (B08, Thu) Efimova, Elena................................... 879 (B08, Thu) Eguchi, Naoto...................................1678 (L01, Wed) Ehre, Florian......................................2100 (Z02, Tue) Ehrenberg, Helmut.............................40 (A01, Mon), .............................. 500 (A05, Wed), 534 (A05, Wed) Eichel, Rüdiger-Albrecht.................. 268 (A02, Tue), ..............................516 (A05, Wed), 2033 (Z01, Tue) Eichhorn, Bryan.................................1522 (I05, Tue) Eichhorn, S. Holger.......................... 849 (B08, Wed) Eigler, Siegfried................................. 781 (B06, Thu) Eikerling, Michael.104 (A01, Wed), 426 (A04, Tue) Einfalt, Casey....................................2082 (Z01, Tue) Eisenach, Louise.......378 (A03, Wed), 385 (A03, Wed) Ejaz, Ahsan............928 (C01, Wed), 929 (C01, Wed) El Gabaly, Farid........ 122 (A01, Wed), 233 (A02, Sun), ............................. 471 (A05, Mon), 1159 (G01, Tue) El Kazzi, Salim........987 (D01, Mon), 1158 (G01, Tue) El watani, Loubna.............................. 259 (A02, Tue) El-Atab, Nazek...............................1014 (D01, Wed), .........................................................1251 (H01, Wed) El-Kady, Maher.................................565 (B01, Mon) El-Masry, Nadia............................... 1226 (H01, Tue) El-Naggar, Mohamed.......................1813 (L03, Tue) Elabd, Yossef....................................1883 (L06, Wed) Elamin, Khalid..................................242 (A02, Mon) Elbaz, Lior...........................................823 (B08, Tue) Elbert, Katherine...............................1455 (I03, Wed) Elder, Rachael...... 1400 (I02, Thu), 1793 (L02, Thu) Elgammal, Ramez......1338 (I01, Tue), 1529 (I05, Tue) Elizalde, Eduardo.......659 (B03, Wed), 762 (B06, Wed) Elkhalifa, Mahmoud......................... 856 (B08, Wed) Elliott, Corrine................................... 539 (A05, Wed) Elliott, John.........657 (B03, Wed), 1618 (K02, Wed) Ellis, Leah..........................................466 (A05, Mon) Ellis, Ryan...........................................32 (A01, Mon) Ellis, Timothy......................................... 2 (A01, Sun) Ellis-Terrell, Carol............................. 265 (A02, Tue) Ellmer, Klaus......1895 (L07, Sun), 1903 (L07, Mon) Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA


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Elsayed, Omar....................................214 (A01, Thu) Elsayed Aly, Mohamed Sayed Sofy.........56 (A01, Tue) Elumalai, Ganesan............................1715 (L02, Tue) Emery, Jonathan.............................. 1904 (L07, Mon) Emley, Benjamin...............................1391 (I02, Wed) Emmott, Christopher.......................2150 (Z03, Wed) Emnéus, Jenny........ 622 (B02, Tue), 917 (B09, Tue) Enck, Ryan......................................1216 (H01, Mon) Endo, Kazuhiko................................984 (D01, Mon) Eneman, Geert.................................1167 (G02, Mon) Eng, Alex..............1556 (I05, Wed), 2088 (Z01, Tue) Enman, Lisa.......................................1443 (I03, Tue) Eom, Chuhyon..................................1452 (I03, Wed) Eom, Young Ik..................................2089 (Z01, Tue) Epting, William..................................1506 (I05, Sun) Ercken, Monique.............................1167 (G02, Mon) Erdogan, Metehan............................1131 (F01, Wed) Erdogan, Metehan............................. 972 (C01, Thu), ...........................1126 (E02, Wed), 1144 (F01, Wed), ............................ 2080 (Z01, Tue), 2164 (Z05, Wed) Erdol, Zeynep.................................... 336 (A02, Wed) Erfurt, Viktoria.................................2221 (Z06, Wed) Ergul, Emre......................................2164 (Z05, Wed) Erhardt, Claudia................................249 (A02, Mon) Erickson, Evan...................................369 (A02, Thu) Erlebacher, Jonah............................ 1696 (L02, Mon) Ernst, Thomas.................................. 1185 (G02, Tue) Ersal, Tulga.......................................2220 (Z06, Wed) Esbenshade, Jennifer...........................30 (A01, Mon) Escolastico, Sonia............................ 1353 (I02, Mon) Eshetu, Gebrekidan........................... 263 (A02, Tue), ...........................................................457 (A05, Mon) Esipova, Tatiana..................................837 (B08, Tue) Espejel-Ayala, Fabricio....................1138 (F01, Wed) Espindola-Rodriguez, Moises.........2153 (Z03, Wed) Esposito, Daniel.......1893 (L07, Sun), 1943 (L07, Thu) Esposito, Vincenzo.............................1496 (I04, Thu) Esquivel, Juan Pablo........................... 80 (A01, Tue), ...........................................................473 (A05, Mon) Essadek, Abdelaziz...........................410 (A04, Mon) Estejab, Ali.......................................2217 (Z06, Wed) Estrada, Jose...... 1764 (L02, Wed), 1766 (L02, Wed) Etcheberry, Arnaud...........................989 (D01, Mon) Euser, Bryan......................................1484 (I04, Wed) Euvrard-Colnat, Catherine..............1168 (G02, Mon) Evangeli, Charalambos...................... 741 (B05, Thu) Evanko, Brian......................................14 (A01, Mon) Evans, Christopher.......................... 2008 (M01, Thu) Evans, Elizabeth................................893 (B09, Mon) Evmenenko, Guennady......................30 (A01, Mon) Evseev, Anatoly..............................1619 (K02, Wed), .........................................................1632 (K02, Wed) Ewing, Timothy...............................1849 (L03, Wed) Eychmüller, Alexander....................1551 (I05, Wed), ..........................................................1745 (L02, Wed)

Fang, Si-Lin.......................................1461 (I03, Wed) Fang, Te-Hua..................................... 953 (C01, Wed) Fang, Yi.......................................... 1985 (M01, Wed) Fang, Yu-shin.................................... 149 (A01, Wed) Fang, Yuanyuan................................. 848 (B08, Wed) Fang, Yuxin......................................1924 (L07, Wed) Fanjul Bolado, Pablo...................... 2005 (M01, Thu) Farandos, Nick................................. 1520 (I05, Mon) Faria, Ronaldo..................................2024 (M02, Tue) Farias, Edgardo.................................596 (B02, Mon) Farjami, Elaheh................................ 1778 (L02, Thu) Farmer, Damon..............................1205 (G02, Wed), .........................................................1318 (H03, Wed) Fasmin, Fathima................................ 940 (C01, Wed) Fathabadi, Ardalan............................1898 (L07, Sun) Fathipour, Sara.................................. 844 (B08, Wed) Favron, Alexandre............................. 747 (B06, Wed) Fayemi, Omolola E..........................1957 (M01, Tue) Fayette, Matthew..............................1457 (I03, Wed) Feaugas, Xavier......924 (C01, Wed), 977 (C01, Thu) Fechler, Nina.....................................889 (B09, Mon) Feeney, Paul....................................1040 (D02, Wed) Feigenbaum, Haim............................. 475 (A05, Tue) Félix-Navarro, Rosa María............... 545 (B01, Sun), ..........................1704 (L02, Mon), 1771 (L02, Wed), ..............................2058 (Z01, Tue), 2061 (Z01, Tue) Felizardo, Edgar.............................1062 (D04, Mon), .........................................................1063 (D04, Mon) Feng, Chuanqi................................... 134 (A01, Wed) Feng, Lai.................683 (B04, Wed), 699 (B04, Thu) Feng, Pingyun...................................1915 (L07, Tue) Feng, Ruishu.........932 (C01, Wed), 946 (C01, Wed) Feng, Zhange.....................................2133 (Z03, Tue) Fenter, Paul..........................................30 (A01, Mon) Fenton, Kyle.......................................368 (A02, Thu) Fergus, Jeff........................................1379 (I02, Wed) Ferguson, Andrew............................554 (B01, Mon), ..............................562 (B01, Mon), 564 (B01, Mon) Feria-Socarras, Isabel........................1910 (L07, Tue) Fernandez, Dennys.........................1139 (F01, Wed), .........................................................1258 (H01, Wed) Fernandez Zuvich, Afra....................1386 (I02, Wed) Fernández-Lázaro, Fernando........... 733 (B05, Wed), ........................................................... 846 (B08, Wed) Fernando, Sandun............................1663 (L01, Wed) Ferralis, Nicola.................................. 744 (B06, Wed) Ferrari, Begoña........71 (A01, Tue), 1090 (E01, Thu) Ferrari, Stefania...................................572 (B01, Tue) Ferraudi, Guillermo......................... 1784 (L02, Thu) Ferreira, Virginia...............................2192 (Z06, Tue) Ferry, Vivian......................................2099 (Z02, Tue) Fest-Santini, Stephanie....................1848 (L03, Wed) Feygelson, Tatyana.........................1214 (H01, Mon) Fiechter, Sebastian...........................810 (B07, Mon), ............................1895 (L07, Sun), 1903 (L07, Mon) Figueiredo de Lima, Paulo Henrique.......................... ...........................................................897 (B09, Mon) Figueroa-Teran, Rubi....................... 1855 (L03, Thu) Filiatre, Claudine.............................. 1090 (E01, Thu) Filipič, Gregor.................................1068 (D04, Mon) Filippone, Bruno..............................1335 (H03, Thu) Filippone, Salvatore.......................... 727 (B05, Wed) Fillinger, Akiko.................................1657 (L01, Tue) Findlay, Melvin................................1954 (M01, Tue) Finegan, Donal....................................24 (A01, Mon) Finlay, Dewar...................................2025 (M02, Tue) Finnegan, Patrick.............................1103 (E02, Wed) Fischer, Anna.....................................1552 (I05, Wed) Fischer, Roland..................................1578 (I05, Thu) Fischetti, Massimo............................ 752 (B06, Wed) Fister, Timothy....................................30 (A01, Mon) Fitzpatrick, Joseph.......................... 2003 (M01, Thu) Flach, Joshua.....................................897 (B09, Mon) Flake, John.......................................1924 (L07, Wed) Flandorfer, Hans.......48 (A01, Tue), 438 (A04, Wed) Flavel, Benjamin...............................558 (B01, Mon)

Fleig, Juergen................................... 1350 (I02, Mon) Fleig, Jürgen.......................................1530 (I05, Tue) Fleischer, Maximilian...................... 1515 (I05, Mon) Fliegl, Heike........................................828 (B08, Tue) Flores, David........................................ 47 (A01, Tue) Flores, Jennifer.......1764 (L02, Wed), 1766 (L02, Wed) Flores-Hernández, Roberto............... 545 (B01, Sun) Flynn, Erin......................................2018 (M02, Mon) Flynn, Michael........1807 (L03, Tue), 1844 (L03, Wed) Fobelets, Kristel............................... 2129 (Z02, Thu) Foglietti, Vittorio................................1399 (I02, Thu) Fojtikova, Veronika............................ 869 (B08, Thu) Foley, Patrick....................................1335 (H03, Thu) Follana, Jorge.................................... 846 (B08, Wed) Fongalland, Dash.............................1735 (L02, Wed) Fontana, Giorgio...............................2092 (Z02, Tue) Foo, Simon...................................... 1643 (L01, Mon) Foong, Mun...................................... 1186 (G02, Tue) Foong, Yee Wei.................................... 81 (A01, Tue) Foord, John....................................... 1944 (L07, Thu) Forbes, Samuel................................. 1859 (L03, Thu) Forestier, Coralie.............................. 330 (A02, Wed), ...........................................................457 (A05, Mon) Forge, Vincent.................................. 1185 (G02, Tue) Forner-Cuenca, Antoni................... 1509 (I05, Mon), .............................1510 (I05, Mon), 1511 (I05, Mon) Forsyth, Maria..................................1878 (L06, Wed) Fortier, Skie........................................ 701 (B04, Thu) Foster, Michael...................................1578 (I05, Thu) Fouda-Onana, Frédéric...................... 542 (B01, Sun) Fouletier, Jacques............................. 1355 (I02, Mon) Fowler, Burt......................................985 (D01, Mon) Fowler, Daniel....................................1523 (I05, Tue) Francke, Robert..............................1600 (K01, Mon), .......................................................... 1604 (K01, Tue) Franco, Alejandro.............................. 266 (A02, Tue), ..............................414 (A04, Tue), 2181 (Z06, Mon) Francoeur, Sebastien......................... 747 (B06, Wed) Frandsen, Henrik................................1495 (I04, Thu) Frank, Martin..................................1205 (G02, Wed) Franke, Alexander............................ 1231 (H01, Tue) Franklin, Aaron................................. 536 (A05, Wed) Franz, Mathias.................................1040 (D02, Wed) Freakley, Simon...............................1737 (L02, Wed) Frederiksen, Rune............................ 2127 (Z02, Thu) Fredrickson, James...........................1816 (L03, Tue) Free, Michael...................................1142 (F01, Wed) Frei, Heinz...........1579 (I05, Thu), 1907 (L07, Mon) Freiberg, Anna.................................... 258 (A02, Tue) Freigang, Alexander.......................... 160 (A01, Wed) Freire, Melanie................................... 476 (A05, Tue) Freitag, Stefanie................................. 269 (A02, Tue) Frick, Jessica................................... 1906 (L07, Mon) Friddle, Raymond............................ 1159 (G01, Tue) Friedrich, K...................................... 111 (A01, Wed), ............................1416 (I03, Mon), 1417 (I03, Mon), ............................ 1509 (I05, Mon), 1543 (I05, Wed), ...........................................................2137 (Z03, Tue) Frischmann, Peter....... 217 (A01, Thu), 477 (A05, Tue) Frisco, Sarah.......................................213 (A01, Thu) Fritsch, Ingrid...................................2054 (Z01, Tue), .............................2062 (Z01, Tue), 2064 (Z01, Tue), ............................2082 (Z01, Tue), 2176 (Z06, Mon) Fritz, Kevin........................................1457 (I03, Wed) Frontana-Uribe, Bernardo..............1598 (K01, Mon) Fruhberger, Bernd...........................1203 (G02, Wed) Fry, Albert........................................1592 (K01, Mon) Fu, Haoyu.......................................... 503 (A05, Wed) Fu, Xuefeng.........................................822 (B08, Tue) Fu, Yanbao..........................................209 (A01, Thu) Fu, Yongzhu.......... 333 (A02, Wed), 357 (A02, Thu) Fuchiwaki, Yusuke.........................2019 (M02, Mon) Fuentes, Roderick............................. 964 (C01, Thu), .................................965 (C01, Thu), 966 (C01, Thu) Fuentes, Rosalba...............................1910 (L07, Tue)

F Fabian, David....................................808 (B07, Mon) Fabregat-Santiago, Francisco...........1917 (L07, Tue) Fagan, Jeffrey.....................................631 (B03, Tue), .................................675 (B03, Thu), 677 (B03, Thu) Faghaninia, Alireza..........................1333 (H03, Thu) Fahrenholtz, William......................... 980 (C01, Thu) Fall, Birane........................................... 64 (A01, Tue) Falola, Bamidele.................................41 (A01, Mon) Fan, Li...............................................1334 (H03, Thu) Fan, Li................................................ 377 (A03, Wed) Fan, Louzhen.......................................617 (B02, Tue) Fan, Weiwei....................................... 169 (A01, Wed) Fan, Ye................986 (D01, Mon), 1008 (D01, Wed) Fang, Alta.........................................2222 (Z06, Wed) Fang, Dan.......................................... 166 (A01, Wed) Fang, Jason........................................244 (A02, Mon) Fang, Qiyin......................................1276 (H02, Mon) Fang, Shan..........................................218 (A01, Thu) Fang, Shuyu............32 (A01, Mon), 364 (A02, Thu) Meeting Program l May 29-June 2, 2016 l San Diego, CA

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Fuertauer, Siegfried............................. 48 (A01, Tue), ........................................................... 438 (A04, Wed) Fujigaya, Tsuyohiko.........................541 (B01, Mon), ............................... 563 (B01, Mon), 796 (B07, Sun) Fujii, Minoru....................................2104 (Z02, Wed) Fujii, R............................................ 1976 (M01, Wed) Fujimaki, Yoshinobu..........................1358 (I02, Tue) Fujino, Yuki.......................................994 (D01, Mon) Fujishima, Minoru........................... 1162 (G01, Tue) Fujishiro, Yoshinobu..........................1397 (I02, Thu) Fujita, Shizuo..................................1243 (H01, Wed) Fukunaga, Atsushi............................2147 (Z03, Wed) Fukunaka, Yasuhiro.........................2149 (Z03, Wed) Fukushima, Takanori........................ 715 (B05, Wed) Fukushima, Tatsuya..........................1811 (L03, Tue) Fukuzumi, Shunichi......................... 724 (B05, Wed), ............................................................ 881 (B08, Thu) Fuller, Anshuman............................. 1791 (L02, Thu) Fuller, Elliot...........233 (A02, Sun), 1159 (G01, Tue) Fuller, Thomas...................................44 (A01, Mon), ............................ 408 (A04, Mon), 2213 (Z06, Wed) Fullerton, Susan................................ 844 (B08, Wed) Fultz, Brent.............485 (A05, Tue), 513 (A05, Wed) Funayama, Keita...............................1493 (I04, Wed) Fung, Barnabas...............................1277 (H02, Mon) Fung, Kuan-Zong............................. 188 (A01, Wed), .............................1385 (I02, Wed), 1389 (I02, Wed), ...........................................................2101 (Z02, Tue) Fury, Michael..................................1037 (D02, Wed)

Gao, Yang............... 549 (B01, Sun), 1403 (I02, Thu) Gao, Yunzhi...........197 (A01, Thu), 1650 (L01, Tue) García, Abraham...............................1566 (I05, Wed) Garcia, Carlos....................................893 (B09, Mon) Garcia, Gail......................................1100 (E02, Wed) García, Héctor......999 (D01, Tue), 1026 (D01, Wed) García, Hermenegildo........................ 782 (B06, Thu) Garcia, Macarena............................. 1784 (L02, Thu) Garcia, Orlando................................1139 (F01, Wed) García, R. Edwin........420 (A04, Tue), 1497 (I04, Thu) Garcia, Sergio................................... 1855 (L03, Thu) Garcia Lastra, Juan............................1437 (I03, Tue) Garcia-Borràs, Marc........................ 686 (B04, Wed), ................................693 (B04, Thu), 703 (B04, Thu), ........................................................... 720 (B05, Wed) Garcia-Diaz, Brenda......................... 964 (C01, Thu), ................................965 (C01, Thu), 966 (C01, Thu), ..............................1133 (F01, Wed), 1398 (I02, Thu) Garcia-Diaz, Brenda.......................... 971 (C01, Thu) García-Herrera, Yaileen....................1568 (I05, Wed) Garcia-Mendez, Regina.................... 264 (A02, Tue), ........................................................... 342 (A02, Wed) García-Morales, M...........................1145 (F01, Wed) García-Salaberri, Pablo................... 1509 (I05, Mon), .......................................................... 1519 (I05, Mon) Garcia-Tapia, Karelid..................... 1704 (L02, Mon) García-Tapia, Karelid.......................2061 (Z01, Tue) Garcia-Ybarra, Pedro Luis...............1543 (I05, Wed) Gardes, Frederic............................... 1201 (G02, Tue) Gardner, Graeme..............................1462 (I03, Wed), .......................................................... 1948 (L07, Thu) Garfunkel, Eric.................................1462 (I03, Wed), .......................................................... 1948 (L07, Thu) Garich, Holly....................................2165 (Z05, Wed) Garlapati, Avinash.............................1567 (I05, Wed) Garrett, Gregory..............................1216 (H01, Mon) Garrick, Taylor.......... 421 (A04, Tue), 1141 (F01, Wed) Garrido, Jose...................................1222 (H01, Mon) Garzon, Fernando.............................. 389 (A03, Wed) Gascon, Jose...................................... 638 (B03, Wed) Gasteiger, Hubert.............................. 258 (A02, Tue), ............................1418 (I03, Mon), 1710 (L02, Mon) Gatensby, Riley................................1335 (H03, Thu) Gathergood, Nicholas.........................836 (B08, Tue) Gattu, Bharat........................................ 51 (A01, Tue) Gattu, Bharat.....................................246 (A02, Mon) Gaudy, Yannick.................................1920 (L07, Tue) Gaufrès, Étienne................................ 747 (B06, Wed) Gavvalapalli, Nagarjuna.................... 477 (A05, Tue) Gazdzicki, Pawel.......111 (A01, Wed), 118 (A01, Wed) Ge, Baochao.......1829 (L03, Wed), 1862 (L03, Thu) Ge, Daohan....................................... 764 (B06, Wed), ...........................1025 (D01, Wed), 1198 (G02, Tue), .........................................................1262 (H01, Wed) Ge, Mingyuan.................................. 157 (A01, Wed), .............................. 1501 (I05, Sun), 1518 (I05, Mon) Gedanken, Aharon..............................34 (A01, Mon) Geiger, Simon................................. 1425 (I03, Mon), ............................ 1547 (I05, Wed), 1737 (L02, Wed) Geisz, John........................................1896 (L07, Sun) Gelb, Jeff.................24 (A01, Mon), 1503 (I05, Sun) Gencer, Yucel.................................... 952 (C01, Wed) Geng, Xiaohua.................................1104 (E02, Wed) Gennett, Thomas.................................573 (B01, Tue) Genorio, Bostjan............................... 495 (A05, Wed) Genovese, Matthew............................. 81 (A01, Tue) Gentile, Pascal.................................. 2126 (Z02, Thu) Georgescu, Nicholas....................... 1702 (L02, Mon) Gerdes, Kirk.......................................1506 (I05, Sun) Gerhardt, Michael............................ 378 (A03, Wed), .............................. 382 (A03, Wed), 385 (A03, Wed) Gerhold, Michael............................. 1231 (H01, Tue) Gerthsen, Dagmar........................... 1354 (I02, Mon), ............................................................1364 (I02, Tue) Gervais, Guillaume........................... 749 (B06, Wed) Gewargis, John P.............................1625 (K02, Wed)

Gewirth, Andrew................................30 (A01, Mon), ...............................495 (A05, Wed), 794 (B07, Sun), ......................................................... 1803 (L03, Mon) Gewirth, Andrew A...........................1431 (I03, Tue), .........................................................1625 (K02, Wed) GhalayaniEsfahani, Arash............... 1094 (E01, Thu) Ghanbaja, Jaafar............................... 2128 (Z02, Thu) Ghani, Faizan..................................... 309 (A02, Tue) Ghanty, Chandan................................369 (A02, Thu) Ghazinejad, Maziar.............................920 (B09, Tue) Gheribi, Aïmen..................................400 (A04, Mon) Gheytani, Saman............................... 529 (A05, Wed) Ghezel-Ayagh, Hossein.................. 1348 (I02, Mon), ............................................................1409 (I02, Thu) Ghoshal, Shraboni............................ 108 (A01, Wed), ...............................203 (A01, Thu), 1463 (I03, Wed) Giahi, Masoud.........1654 (L01, Tue), 1690 (L01, Wed) Giaume, Domitille........................... 502 (A05, Wed), .........................................................1255 (H01, Wed) Gibbs, John....................................... 1508 (I05, Mon) Giebeler, Lars.................................... 140 (A01, Wed) Giera, Brian.........1087 (E01, Thu), 1093 (E01, Thu) Gieshoff, Tile.................................... 1613 (K01, Tue) Gieu, Jean-Baptiste............................ 259 (A02, Tue) Giffin, Guinevere.............................1876 (L06, Wed) Gimenez, Sixto..................................1917 (L07, Tue) Giner, Morgane.................................. 282 (A02, Tue) Giogli, Emanuele................................918 (B09, Tue) Giorgio, Joseph.................................. 478 (A05, Tue) Girard, Christian................................2093 (Z02, Tue) Girard, Henri-Louis...........................1585 (I05, Thu) Girault, Hubert.................................. 526 (A05, Wed) Giuliani, Jason...................................893 (B09, Mon) Gizzie, Evan.....................................1672 (L01, Wed) Glass, Dean.......................................2069 (Z01, Tue) Glass, Jeffrey........ 536 (A05, Wed), 538 (A05, Wed) Glazier, Stephen................................466 (A05, Mon) Glesner, Mary.................................... 651 (B03, Wed) Gliko, Olga..........................................609 (B02, Tue) Gnanavel, Muthaiyan....................... 504 (A05, Wed) Go, David.........................................1926 (L07, Wed) Gobet, Mallory...... 257 (A02, Tue), 472 (A05, Mon) Gobeze, Haptom............................... 845 (B08, Wed) Gochi, Yadira................................... 1704 (L02, Mon) Goddard, William........431 (A04, Tue), 780 (B06, Thu) Godinez Mora-Tovar, Luis.............1140 (F01, Wed), .......................................................... 1242 (H01, Tue) Godínez Mora-Tovar, Luis..............1910 (L07, Tue), .......................................................... 1950 (L07, Thu) Godinez Mora-Tovar, Luis..............1139 (F01, Wed) Godinez-Salomon, Fernando.......... 1781 (L02, Thu) Goetjen, Timothy..............................1567 (I05, Wed) Gogoli, Davit........1554 (I05, Wed), 1555 (I05, Wed) Gogotsi, Yury.....................................1474 (I04, Tue) Gogotsi, Yury....................................888 (B09, Mon) Gogotsi, Yury.....1306 (H03, Tue), 1313 (H03, Wed) Gokcen, Dincer.................................2136 (Z03, Tue) Gokceoren, Argun............................1694 (L01, Wed) Goldin, Mark.........1619 (K02, Wed), 1632 (K02, Wed) Golkar Narenji, Alaleh....................1150 (G01, Mon) Gómez, César...................................1664 (L01, Wed) Gómez Monsiváis, Angelica...........1752 (L02, Wed) Gómez-Durán, Cesar........................ 847 (B08, Wed) Gomez-Escalonilla, María J............ 734 (B05, Wed), ............................................................ 782 (B06, Thu) Gómez-Martínez, Arancha............... 141 (A01, Wed) Gómez-Quiñones, José.......................915 (B09, Tue) Gomozov, Valeriy..............................1451 (I03, Tue) Gonçalves, Roger...............................1584 (I05, Thu) Gonon, Laurent.................................. 262 (A02, Tue) Gonzalez, Mireia.............................1026 (D01, Wed) Gonzalez, Ruben...............................608 (B02, Mon) Gonzalez, Zoilo.......71 (A01, Tue), 1090 (E01, Thu) Gonzalez Dominguez, Jose Miguel.......610 (B02, Tue) González García, Maria Begoña.........2005 (M01, Thu) González Juárez, Julio.....................1145 (F01, Wed)

G G Kannan, Aravindaraj...................... 318 (A02, Tue) Gabardo, Christine.........................1277 (H02, Mon), ........................................................ 1983 (M01, Wed) Gaben, Loïc.....................................1168 (G02, Mon) Gaberscek, Miran.............................. 524 (A05, Wed) Gaboriau, Dorian............................. 2126 (Z02, Thu) Gaboury, Louis..................................598 (B02, Mon) Gabrielli, Giulio..................................27 (A01, Mon) Gachot, Grégory.......330 (A02, Wed), 457 (A05, Mon) Gaddy, Benjamin............................. 1231 (H01, Tue) Gagnon, Luke..................................... 774 (B06, Thu) Gago, Aldo...................................... 1416 (I03, Mon), ............................. 1417 (I03, Mon), 2137 (Z03, Tue) Gaiaschi, Sofia....................................28 (A01, Mon) Gaieck, William.......1898 (L07, Sun), 1947 (L07, Thu) Gaillard, Nicolas...............................1918 (L07, Tue) Gajda, Iwona.................................. 1796 (L03, Mon), ............................1798 (L03, Mon), 1859 (L03, Thu) Gajewska, Agnieszka..........................610 (B02, Tue) Gakhar, Ruchi......1453 (I03, Wed), 1729 (L02, Tue) Galassi, Thomas...............................593 (B02, Mon), .............................595 (B02, Mon), 607 (B02, Mon), ................................623 (B02, Wed), 667 (B03, Thu) Galceran, Montse............................... 282 (A02, Tue) Gallagher, Kevin................................ 231 (A02, Sun) Gallaway, Joshua........490 (A05, Tue), 528 (A05, Wed) Gallo, Emma..................................... 839 (B08, Wed) Galloway, Tom................................... 274 (A02, Tue) Gambirasi, Arianna...........................1553 (I05, Wed) Gamby, Jean................................... 1973 (M01, Wed) Gamon, Jacinthe..............................1255 (H01, Wed) Gan, Hong.........................................247 (A02, Mon) Gan, Seng............................................921 (B09, Tue) Ganesan, Pandian..............................1454 (I03, Wed) Ganesh, Prashant.............................1250 (H01, Wed) Ganichev, Sergey............................1012 (D01, Wed) Gao, Chia-Hong..............................1273 (H02, Mon) Gao, Jinling.........................................634 (B03, Tue) Gao, Min........................................... 1005 (D01, Tue) Gao, Qiang............1430 (I03, Tue), 2051 (Z01, Tue) Gao, Weilu.......................................... 670 (B03, Thu) Gao, Wenzhong.................................. 413 (A04, Tue) Gao, Xuefei.................................... 1997 (M01, Wed) Gao, Xuefei.................................... 1969 (M01, Wed) Gao, Xujiao...................................... 1155 (G01, Tue) 186

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Gonzalez Nava, Catalina................. 1950 (L07, Thu) González-Rodríguez, David............. 843 (B08, Wed) Goodman, Kenneth......................... 1703 (L02, Mon) Goodrich, Peter.................................... 84 (A01, Tue) Goossens, Davy................................ 396 (A03, Wed) Gopalan, Padma................................ 641 (B03, Wed) Gopalan, Padma................................ 636 (B03, Wed) Gopalan, Srikanth..............................1535 (I05, Tue) Gordon, Jonathan............................1825 (L03, Wed), ..........................................................1932 (L07, Wed) Gordon, Roy......... 378 (A03, Wed), 382 (A03, Wed) Gorelishvili, Giorgi..........................1554 (I05, Wed), ...........................................................1555 (I05, Wed) Gorlin, Yelena......258 (A02, Tue), 1710 (L02, Mon) Gorodetsky, Alon............................ 1802 (L03, Mon) Goroncharovskaya, Irina...............1619 (K02, Wed), .........................................................1632 (K02, Wed) Gorshkov, Vadim.............................. 139 (A01, Wed) Gorton, Lo.......1986 (M01, Wed), 1990 (M01, Wed) Gorzkowski, Maciej.........................1750 (L02, Wed) Goshi, Noah.........911 (B09, Tue), 1150 (G01, Mon) Goshtasbi, Alireza............................2220 (Z06, Wed) Goto, Akihito...................................... 777 (B06, Thu) Goto, Hiromasa................................1678 (L01, Wed) Goto, Masahide...............................1146 (G01, Mon) Goto, Tetsuya................................... 1174 (G02, Tue) Gottesfeld, Shimshon....................... 1414 (I03, Mon) Gottfried, Knut................................1040 (D02, Wed) Gottscho, Richard............................ 1073 (D04, Tue) Gouget-Laemmel, Anne-Chantal.........989 (D01, Mon) Gouk, Roman................................... 1180 (G02, Tue) Gourbilleau, Fabrice.........................2100 (Z02, Tue) Goyal, Priyamvada............................1343 (I01, Tue) Goyal, Rajendra...............................1662 (L01, Wed) Graeve, Olivia...................................2097 (Z02, Tue) Graham, Maitland............................1046 (D02, Thu) Graham, Matt.................................... 758 (B06, Wed) Graham, Samuel.............................1213 (H01, Mon) Gralec, Barbara................................1750 (L02, Wed) Granwehr, Josef................................ 516 (A05, Wed) Graves, Christopher..........................1366 (I02, Tue), ................................1408 (I02, Thu), 1411 (I02, Thu) Graves, David................................... 1070 (D04, Tue) Gray, Darren...................................2018 (M02, Mon) Gray, Joshua...........964 (C01, Thu), 965 (C01, Thu), |.............................. 966 (C01, Thu), 1133 (F01, Wed) Grebel, Haim........ 566 (B01, Mon), 766 (B06, Wed) Greeley, Jeff.............30 (A01, Mon), 1444 (I03, Tue) Green, Bruce...................................1221 (H01, Mon) Greenbaum, Steve.............................. 257 (A02, Tue) Greenbaum, Steven...........................472 (A05, Mon) Greenblatt, Martha...........................1462 (I03, Wed), .............................1945 (L07, Thu), 1948 (L07, Thu) Greenman, John............................. 1796 (L03, Mon), ............................1798 (L03, Mon), 1859 (L03, Thu) Gregoire, John................................. 1901 (L07, Mon) Gregory, Daniel................................ 1946 (L07, Thu) Grela, Karol......................................1695 (L01, Wed) Grew, Kyle........................................1541 (I05, Wed) Grewal, Simranjit...... 112 (A01, Wed), 540 (A05, Wed) Griebel, Jared....................................253 (A02, Mon) Gries, Thomas.................................1066 (D04, Mon) Grillet, Anne...................................... 273 (A02, Tue), .................................368 (A02, Thu), 419 (A04, Tue) Grimaud, Alexis.........261 (A02, Tue), 1726 (L02, Tue) Gros, Claude........................................820 (B08, Tue) Gross, Zeev.........................................823 (B08, Tue) Grossman, Jeffrey............................. 744 (B06, Wed) Grote, Jan-Philip..............................1547 (I05, Wed), ..........................................................1938 (L07, Wed) Grotz, Carolin.................................... 746 (B06, Wed) Grugeon, Sylvie................................ 330 (A02, Wed) Grugeon, Sylvie.........263 (A02, Tue), 457 (A05, Mon) Grunlan, Jaime..................................561 (B01, Mon) Gruverman, Alexei........................... 1154 (G01, Tue)

Gryaznova, Tatyana........................1767 (L02, Wed), ...........................................................2048 (Z01, Tue) Gryko, Dorota................................... 841 (B08, Wed) Gu, Sipeng........................................1056 (D02, Thu) Gu, Wenbin.........................................1340 (I01, Tue) Guan, Wanbing........1347 (I02, Mon), 1369 (I02, Wed) Guan, Yingxin....................................364 (A02, Thu) Guarr, Thomas................................... 498 (A05, Wed) Gubler, Lorenz.........1510 (I05, Mon), 1511 (I05, Mon) Gudi, Dirk............ 555 (B01, Mon), 1786 (L02, Thu) Guduru, Pradeep................................ 238 (A02, Sun) Guduru, Pradeep..............................1134 (F01, Wed) Guedes, Daniella............................... 924 (C01, Wed) Guenot, Benoît.................................1742 (L02, Wed) Guerra-Balcázar, Minerva...............1546 (I05, Wed), ..........................................................1752 (L02, Wed) Guery, Claude....................................252 (A02, Mon) Guetaz, Laure....................................1544 (I05, Wed) Guevarra, Dan................................. 1901 (L07, Mon) Guilizzoni, Manfredo.......................1848 (L03, Wed) Guilleme, Julia.................................. 843 (B08, Wed) Guillemot, Francois..........................989 (D01, Mon) Guillon, Olivier................................ 1353 (I02, Mon) Guillot, Sarah....................................562 (B01, Mon) Guldi, Dirk............716 (B05, Wed), 730 (B05, Wed) Gulledge, Alexander........................1141 (F01, Wed) Gunduz, Seval.................................. 1791 (L02, Thu) Gunji, Takao....................................1755 (L02, Wed), .......................... 1756 (L02, Wed), 1884 (L06, Wed), ..............................2090 (Z01, Tue), 2091 (Z01, Tue) Gunji, Takao......................................2035 (Z01, Tue) Guo, Cheng........................................ 670 (B03, Thu) Guo, Jia............................................1171 (G02, Mon) Guo, Jing-Dong................................. 681 (B04, Wed) Guo, Junsong...................................1746 (L02, Wed), ........................... 1768 (L02, Wed), 1769 (L02, Wed) Guo, Meiqi........................................985 (D01, Mon) Guo, Meng......................................... 418 (A04, Tue) Guo, Qingjun...................................... 292 (A02, Tue) Guo, Yinsheng...................................401 (A04, Mon) Guo, Yongsheng................................. 484 (A05, Tue) Guo, Zheng-Wei................................ 814 (B07, Wed) Gupta, Amit.........................................46 (A01, Mon) Gupta, Pankaj...................................1662 (L01, Wed) Gupta, Satyajit...................................810 (B07, Mon) Gurauskis, Jonas.............................. 1351 (I02, Mon) Guth, Nicolas....................................2100 (Z02, Tue) Gutiérrez-Granados, Silvia.............1138 (F01, Wed), ..........................................................1680 (L01, Wed) Gutierrez-sanchez, Cristina.............1828 (L03, Wed) Gutierrez-Wing, Maria.................. 1974 (M01, Wed) Gutsch, Sebastian..............................2094 (Z02, Tue) Guyomard, Dominique.....................359 (A02, Thu), ........................................................... 515 (A05, Wed) Guyot, François..................................355 (A02, Thu) Guzman, David................................. 843 (B08, Wed) Guzmán-Blas, Rolando....................1568 (I05, Wed) Gwala, P. Lorato...............................1957 (M01, Tue) Gwilliam, Russell.............................2106 (Z02, Wed)

Hagiwara, Kei.................................1146 (G01, Mon) Hagiwara, Rika................................2147 (Z03, Wed) Hahm, Myung Gwan............................. 8 (A01, Sun) Hahn, Byung-Dong........................... 394 (A03, Wed) Hahn, Nathan..................................... 229 (A02, Sun) Haider, M Ali...... 1375 (I02, Wed), 1733 (L02, Wed) Haino, Takeharu..........718 (B05, Wed), 883 (B08, Thu) Haisa, Masahiro..............................1590 (K01, Mon) Hajar, Yasmine...................................1401 (I02, Thu) Hajimosaei, Samaneh.................... 1993 (M01, Wed) Hakamata, Takahiro........................1017 (D01, Wed) Hakeem, D........................................1559 (I05, Wed) Hakola, Hanna.................................... 879 (B08, Thu) Halder, Aditi......................................1460 (I03, Wed) Halim, Martin......................................576 (B01, Tue) Hall, David........................................466 (A05, Mon) Hall, Derek...........945 (C01, Wed), 946 (C01, Wed), ............................................................1402 (I02, Thu) Hall, Stephen................................... 1011 (D01, Wed) Hall, Timothy...................................2165 (Z05, Wed) Hallam, Toby....................................1335 (H03, Thu) Halsall, Matthew..............................2106 (Z02, Wed) Haltrich, Dietmar..............................1819 (L03, Tue) Ham, Hyung Chul.............................1393 (I02, Wed) Hamann, Thomas............................ 1905 (L07, Mon) Hamblin, Michael...............................615 (B02, Tue) Hamenu, Louis.................................. 135 (A01, Wed) Hamers, Robert.......32 (A01, Mon), 364 (A02, Thu) Han, Byungchan...............................2191 (Z06, Tue) Han, Guangdong.............................. 928 (C01, Wed), ...............................929 (C01, Wed), 930 (C01, Wed) Han, Ja-Hyung.................................1056 (D02, Thu) Han, Jae Hee..................................... 587 (B01, Wed) Han, Jeong Woo................................ 148 (A01, Wed) Han, Jonghee.....................................1393 (I02, Wed) Han, Jung.......................................... 1235 (H01, Tue) Han, Keesung.....................................1575 (I05, Thu) Han, Man-Seok................................. 167 (A01, Wed) Han, Qi.............................................1739 (L02, Wed) Han, Sang Soo................................... 446 (A04, Wed) Han, Sang-Don.................................. 495 (A05, Wed) Han, Seung Min..................................42 (A01, Mon) Han, Shu-Jen...................................1318 (H03, Wed) Han, Sungsoo...................................... 95 (A01, Wed) Hanafusa, Kei.................................... 380 (A03, Wed) Hangarter, Carlos..............................2136 (Z03, Tue) Hankin, Anna................................... 1949 (L07, Thu) Hanna, Shannon................................ 657 (B03, Wed) Hansen, Heine...................................1437 (I03, Tue), ..............................1723 (L02, Tue), 1724 (L02, Tue) Hansen, Karin.....................................1366 (I02, Tue) Hansen, Kent.........1366 (I02, Tue), 1373 (I02, Wed) Hansen, Thomas.................................1502 (I05, Sun) Hao, Jifa............................................ 1004 (D01, Tue) Hao, Yong........................................... 480 (A05, Tue) Haon, Cédric......................................360 (A02, Thu) Hara, Shotaro.....................................1505 (I05, Sun) Harada, Yoshihisa............................. 105 (A01, Wed) Harb, John....................................... 1806 (L03, Mon) Hardacre, Chris................................... 84 (A01, Tue), .............................. 1400 (I02, Thu), 1793 (L02, Thu) Harder, Ross....................................... 278 (A02, Tue) Harding, Morgan..............................2204 (Z06, Wed) Hardtdegen, Hilde...........................1016 (D01, Wed) Hardwick, Laurence.. 55 (A01, Tue), 274 (A02, Tue) Hariri, Maryam............................... 2002 (M01, Thu) Harnisch, Falk..........1854 (L03, Thu), 2225 (Z07, Tue) Harper, James..................................1044 (D02, Wed) Harrington, David.......................... 1641 (L01, Mon), ........................... 1734 (L02, Wed), 2187 (Z06, Tue), ..........................................................2209 (Z06, Wed) Harris, Dustin...................................1667 (L01, Wed) Harris, Tomos....................................1552 (I05, Wed) Harris, William...................................1503 (I05, Sun) Hartleb, Holger................................... 678 (B03, Thu)

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H Ha, Jungmin......................................2097 (Z02, Tue) Ha, Minh Tan................................... 1240 (H01, Tue) Ha, Phuc...............1810 (L03, Tue), 1816 (L03, Tue) Ha, Seungbum.................................... 231 (A02, Sun) Ha, Su-Jin..........................................2030 (Z01, Tue) Ha, Yoon-Cheol................................. 150 (A01, Wed) Haan, John......... 1764 (L02, Wed), 1766 (L02, Wed) Haataja, Mikko.................................2222 (Z06, Wed) Haber, Joel....................................... 1901 (L07, Mon) Habisreutinger, Severin....................552 (B01, Mon) Hacker, Christina............................1151 (G01, Mon) Haddleton, Dave.................................572 (B01, Tue) Haddon, Robert................................. 647 (B03, Wed) Haghighat, Shima.............................1459 (I03, Wed) Haghiri-Gosnet, Anne-Marie......... 1973 (M01, Wed)

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Hartmann, Nicolai............................560 (B01, Mon), ...............................653 (B03, Wed), 663 (B03, Thu), ........................................................... 756 (B06, Wed) Harutyunyan, Avetik...........................626 (B03, Tue) Harvey, Jackson................................607 (B02, Mon) Harvey, Jackson.......593 (B02, Mon), 595 (B02, Mon), .................................. 600 (B02, Mon), 667 (B03, Thu) Hasan, Maksudul............................. 1944 (L07, Thu) Hasan, Samiul...................................987 (D01, Mon) Hasegawa, Madoka..........................1098 (E02, Wed) Hasegawa, Takuya...........................2105 (Z02, Wed) Hasegawa, Tetsuya............................. 881 (B08, Thu) Hashemi, Mohammad..................... 1946 (L07, Thu) Hashimoto, Keiichi.........................1166 (G02, Mon) Hashimoto, Masanari......................1755 (L02, Wed), ...........................................................2091 (Z01, Tue) Hashimoto, Shin-ichi........................1374 (I02, Wed) Hasobe, Taku...................................... 885 (B08, Thu) Hassan, Rabeay................................1683 (L01, Wed) Hassoun, Jusef.................................... 299 (A02, Tue) Hassoun, Jusef....................................370 (A02, Thu) Hasumi, Masahiko...........................2118 (Z02, Wed) Hatanaka, Tatsuya............................. 105 (A01, Wed) Hatcher, Jasmine...............................1875 (L06, Tue) Hatzell, Kelsey.................................. 107 (A01, Wed) Hauch, Anne.......................................1366 (I02, Tue) Haugen, Astri Bjørnetun.................. 1351 (I02, Mon) Hausbrand, René................................361 (A02, Thu) Haussener, Sophia.............................1577 (I05, Thu), ............................ 1897 (L07, Sun), 1920 (L07, Tue), ...........................................................1921 (L07, Tue) Hautier, Geoffroy..............................1452 (I03, Wed) Haußmann, Jan.................................. 101 (A01, Wed) Hayakawa, Akinobu.........................804 (B07, Mon) Hayano, Hitoshi...............................2162 (Z05, Wed) Hayashi, Akari.................................. 1772 (L02, Thu) Hayashi, Ryutaro.............................. 1601 (K01, Tue) Hayashi, Takao.................................1759 (L02, Wed) Hayashi, Takashi................................ 865 (B08, Thu) Hayat, Akhtar..................................1628 (K02, Wed) Hays, Thomas................................... 1346 (I02, Mon) He, Hongpeng...................................... 75 (A01, Tue) He, Hongshan.................................... 856 (B08, Wed) He, Jr-Hau........................................ 1234 (H01, Tue) He, Qi................................................. 258 (A02, Tue) He, Ran..............................................2038 (Z01, Tue) He, Shiyu........................................... 943 (C01, Wed) He, Xiaowei....................................... 670 (B03, Thu) He, Yuping..........................................215 (A01, Thu) Heben, Michael.................................557 (B01, Mon) Hébert, Cécile.....................................1502 (I05, Sun) Heffner, Reid..................................... 386 (A03, Wed) Heidary, Nina....................................1552 (I05, Wed) Height, Hannah..........348 (A02, Wed), 373 (A02, Thu) Heinlein, Ed...................................... 1195 (G02, Tue) Heiskanen, Arto....... 622 (B02, Tue), 917 (B09, Tue) Heitmann, J.....................................1018 (D01, Wed) Heitzmann, Marie.............................. 542 (B01, Sun) Heller, Daniel...................................593 (B02, Mon), .............................595 (B02, Mon), 597 (B02, Mon), .............................600 (B02, Mon), 604 (B02, Mon), ............................. 607 (B02, Mon), 623 (B02, Wed), ..............................625 (B02, Wed), 658 (B03, Wed), .................................665 (B03, Thu), 667 (B03, Thu) Hellings, Geert..................................992 (D01, Mon) Hellström, Per-Erik.......................... 1173 (G02, Tue) Helms, Brett............217 (A01, Thu), 477 (A05, Tue) Hemanth, Suhith..............................606 (B02, Mon), ................................901 (B09, Mon), 917 (B09, Tue) Hemsworth, Nicholas....................... 749 (B06, Wed) Henderson, Brett............................. 2003 (M01, Thu) Henderson, Tericka........................ 1981 (M01, Wed) Hendriksen, Peter Vang.................. 1351 (I02, Mon), ............................................................1495 (I04, Thu) Hennig, Richard................................1457 (I03, Wed) Henriques, Alexandra.......................... 52 (A01, Tue)

Henriques, Julio..............................1063 (D04, Mon) Henriques, Julio..............................1062 (D04, Mon) Henry, Kai....................................... 2009 (M01, Thu) Henry, Philemon............................... 536 (A05, Wed) Her, Bob...........................................1049 (D02, Thu) Heras, Ma Aranzazu....................... 2005 (M01, Thu) Herlin, Nathalie..................................360 (A02, Thu) Hermans, Sophie............................... 646 (B03, Wed) Hernandez, Guiomar........................1880 (L06, Wed) Hernandez, Pedro................................ 85 (A01, Wed) Hernández Ramírez, Anayantzin.....2076 (Z01, Tue) Hernández Santos, David............... 2005 (M01, Thu) Hernández-Rivera, Mayra..................619 (B02, Tue) Herold, Sebastian...........................1593 (K01, Mon), .......................................................... 1603 (K01, Tue) Herrada, Rosa....................................2070 (Z01, Tue) Herranz, Maria Ángeles..................... 783 (B06, Thu) Herring, Andrew................................ 98 (A01, Wed), .............................1537 (I05, Wed), 1538 (I05, Wed), ...........................................................1540 (I05, Wed) Hersam, Mark.................................. 640 (B03, Wed), ..............................754 (B06, Wed), 1293 (H03, Tue) Hertel, Tobias................................... 661 (B03, Wed), .................................678 (B03, Thu), 680 (B03, Thu) Herzing, Andrew...............................253 (A02, Mon) Heske, Clemens.......1918 (L07, Tue), 1942 (L07, Thu) Hesketh, Peter.......1951 (M01, Tue), 1972 (M01, Wed) Hessler-Wyser, Aïcha.........................1502 (I05, Sun) Heydarzadeh Sheykhangafsheh, Zahra...................... ........................................................... 577 (B01, Wed) Heyns, Marc........ 987 (D01, Mon), 1158 (G01, Tue) Heyrovska, Raji......1642 (L01, Mon), 1649 (L01, Tue) Hickey, David...................................1817 (L03, Tue), ........................... 1819 (L03, Tue), 1847 (L03, Wed), ............................1856 (L03, Thu), 1861 (L03, Thu), ......................................................... 2185 (Z06, Mon) Hickner, Michael............................. 1709 (L02, Mon) Higa, Kenneth.........209 (A01, Thu), 421 (A04, Tue) Higasa, Mitsuo................................1170 (G02, Mon) Higashi, Tomohiro...........................1939 (L07, Wed) Higashino, Shota...............................2032 (Z01, Tue) Higgins, Thomas...... 10 (A01, Mon), 92 (A01, Wed) Hight Walker, Angela........................ 675 (B03, Thu), ................................677 (B03, Thu), 755 (B06, Wed) Higuchi, Tsunehiko........................... 840 (B08, Wed) Higurashi, Eiji.................................1146 (G01, Mon) Hihara, Lloyd..................................... 982 (C01, Thu) Hijazi, Ismail...................................... 789 (B07, Sun) Hikichi, Shiro....................................2135 (Z03, Tue) Hildebrandt, Peter.............................1552 (I05, Wed) Hilger, André.......................................22 (A01, Mon) Hill, Darrell.....................................1221 (H01, Mon) Hill, Jonathan......................................835 (B08, Tue) Hillebrand, Philipp.......................... 1903 (L07, Mon) Hiller, Daniel.....................................2094 (Z02, Tue) Hillman, Robert.................................2192 (Z06, Tue) Hillman, Zachary............................1592 (K01, Mon) Hilmi, Abdelkader................................ 76 (A01, Tue) Hiltunen, Arto..................................... 879 (B08, Thu) Hipps, K.W..............876 (B08, Thu), 877 (B08, Thu) Hirabayashi, Mieko.............................910 (B09, Tue) Hirahara, Kazuhiro............................991 (D01, Mon) Hirai, Hirohisa...................................994 (D01, Mon) Hiramatsu, Mineo...........................1061 (D04, Mon) Hiramoto, Toshiro...........................1146 (G01, Mon) Hirao, Kazuyuki...............................1112 (E02, Wed) Hirata, Gustavo.................................2097 (Z02, Tue) Hirato, Tetsuji......1129 (F01, Wed), 2032 (Z01, Tue) Hirayama, Shota................................. 865 (B08, Thu) Hirose, Fumihiko..............................991 (D01, Mon) Hirota, Yoshihiro.............................. 1197 (G02, Tue) Hiroto, Satoru.................................... 717 (B05, Wed) Hirsch, Andreas......721 (B05, Wed), 779 (B06, Thu) Hirschman, Karl..............................1250 (H01, Wed) Hisaeda, Yoshio...............................1597 (K01, Mon) Hisatomi, Takashi............................1939 (L07, Wed)

Hite, Jennifer...................................1214 (H01, Mon) Hjorth Petersen, Dirch......................901 (B09, Mon) Ho, Hsu-Wen.................................... 1191 (G02, Tue) Ho, Janet............................................. 257 (A02, Tue) Ho, Ming-Yuan...............................1252 (H01, Wed) Hoang, Annie.................................. 1648 (L01, Mon) Hoang, Thao.......................................1431 (I03, Tue) Hobart, Karl.....................................1214 (H01, Mon) Hobbie, Erik......................................556 (B01, Mon) Hodgkiss, Justin..............................1149 (G01, Mon) Hoefling, Alexander........................... 284 (A02, Tue) Hoffmann, Michael..........................1736 (L02, Wed) Hoffmann, Peter................................1652 (L01, Tue) Hofmann, James...............................2065 (Z01, Tue) Hogan, John....... 1807 (L03, Tue), 1844 (L03, Wed) Högele, Alexander............................. 662 (B03, Thu) Hogg, Bjoern-Ingo............................468 (A05, Mon) Holby, Edward..................................1719 (L02, Tue) Hollowell, Andrew...........................1103 (E02, Wed) Holm, Thomas...................................2187 (Z06, Tue) Holmberg, Sunshine..........................919 (B09, Tue), .............................................................920 (B09, Tue) Holmes, Russell............................... 1195 (G02, Tue) Holmes, Stuart.................................... 772 (B06, Thu) Holtappels, Peter...............................1373 (I02, Wed) Homma, Takayuki............................2149 (Z03, Wed) Homma, Yoshikazu............................ 676 (B03, Thu) Hon, Jason............ 608 (B02, Mon), 646 (B03, Wed) Honda, Yuki.....................................1146 (G01, Mon) Hong, Guosong.................................592 (B02, Mon) Hong, Hyeonaug..............................1840 (L03, Wed) Hong, Inchul...................................... 394 (A03, Wed) Hong, Liang...................................... 452 (A04, Wed) Hong, MunPyo................................ 1078 (D04, Tue), ..............................2044 (Z01, Tue), 2049 (Z01, Tue) Hong, Young Taik............................ 165 (A01, Wed), ........................................................... 587 (B01, Wed) Honmo, Tomohiro...........................1624 (K02, Wed) Honore, Mia..................................... 1179 (G02, Tue) Honores, Jessica............................... 1784 (L02, Thu) Honrao, Shreyas................................1457 (I03, Wed) Hopkins, Janet.................................. 1071 (D04, Tue) Hopstaken, Marinus........................1205 (G02, Wed) Hoque, M. Mominul...................... 1998 (M01, Wed) Hori, Masaru...................................1061 (D04, Mon) Horikawa, Shin............................. 1977 (M01, Wed), .........................1982 (M01, Wed), 1989 (M01, Wed) Horita, Teruhisa.................................1383 (I02, Wed) Horiuchi, Shun................................. 1601 (K01, Tue) Horny, Marie-Charlotte................. 1973 (M01, Wed) Horoszko, Christopher.....................593 (B02, Mon), .............................. 595 (B02, Mon), 665 (B03, Thu), ............................................................ 667 (B03, Thu) Horoszko, Christopher..................... 623 (B02, Wed), ........................................................... 658 (B03, Wed) Horwood, Corie.............................. 1648 (L01, Mon) Hoshi, Yoshinao........933 (C01, Wed), 1857 (L03, Thu) Hoshina, Keigo...................................21 (A01, Mon) Hosseini Benhangi, Pooya................1722 (L02, Tue) Hou, Linrui........................................ 507 (A05, Wed) Howland, Rachael........................... 1805 (L03, Mon) Howlett, Patrick...............................1878 (L06, Wed) Hölzel, Helen.................................... 854 (B08, Wed) Hsiao, Yung Wei......1787 (L02, Thu), 1788 (L02, Thu) Hsieh, Chien-Kuo............................ 177 (A01, Wed), .......................................................... 1305 (H03, Tue) Hsieh, Yu-Chi....................................1725 (L02, Tue) Hsu, Brent......................................... 1158 (G01, Tue) Hsu, Chang-Lung............................1320 (H03, Wed) Hsu, Chen-Pin................................. 1227 (H01, Tue), ......................... 1272 (H02, Mon), 1274 (H02, Mon) Hsu, Chin Wei.........1114 (E02, Wed), 1115 (E02, Wed) Hsu, Hsiu-Ming..............................1257 (H01, Wed) Hsu, HuanHsuan............................1276 (H02, Mon), ..........................................................1964 (M01, Tue) Hsu, Mark..........................................987 (D01, Mon)

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Hsu, Tim.............................................1506 (I05, Sun) Hsu, Yung.........................................1122 (E02, Wed) Htoon, Han.............653 (B03, Wed), 663 (B03, Thu) Hu, Carl.............................................459 (A05, Mon) Hu, Che-Chia.................................... 814 (B07, Wed) Hu, Han............................................ 1516 (I05, Mon) Hu, Ji-Yun............................................830 (B08, Tue) Hu, Jiajia..........1977 (M01, Wed), 1989 (M01, Wed) Hu, Jinbo......................................... 2173 (Z06, Mon) Hu, Jue...............................................1455 (I03, Wed) Hu, Jue............................................. 1703 (L02, Mon) Hu, Juejun........................................... 785 (B06, Thu) Hu, Linhua.......................................... 294 (A02, Tue) Hu, Mengjia.......2054 (Z01, Tue), 2176 (Z06, Mon) Hu, Sin Yi........................................... 546 (B01, Sun) Hu, Yi.................................................809 (B07, Mon) Hu, Yi................................................. 848 (B08, Wed) Hu, Yong-Sheng................................. 296 (A02, Tue) Hu, Yuan.......................................... 1906 (L07, Mon) Hu, Zongyang.................................. 1223 (H01, Tue) Hua, Hui............................................ 507 (A05, Wed) Huang, Bo-Yuan............................... 188 (A01, Wed) Huang, Changshui...............................575 (B01, Tue) Huang, Chiao-Wei..........................1027 (D01, Wed) Huang, Chien-Yu............................... 976 (C01, Thu) Huang, Chung Kai..........................1219 (H01, Mon) Huang, Hao......................................1743 (L02, Wed) Huang, Haobo................................. 1805 (L03, Mon) Huang, Hsin-Chih.............................1716 (L02, Tue) Huang, Hsuan-Han............................ 416 (A04, Tue) Huang, Jia-Qi.................................... 349 (A02, Wed) Huang, Jinchao................................... 490 (A05, Tue) Huang, Jing-Kai..............................1320 (H03, Wed) Huang, Jinhua................................... 374 (A03, Wed), ..............................376 (A03, Wed), 1608 (K01, Tue) Huang, Kevin................................... 1512 (I05, Mon) Huang, Tzu-Yang................................ 86 (A01, Wed) Huang, Wenxin..................................563 (B01, Mon) Huang, Wilson................................... 580 (B01, Wed) Huang, Xiaobin...................................572 (B01, Tue) Huang, Xiaojing............................... 157 (A01, Wed), .............................. 1501 (I05, Sun), 1518 (I05, Mon) Huang, Y...........................................2117 (Z02, Wed) Huang, Yao..........................................634 (B03, Tue) Huang, Yao-Liang...........................1024 (D01, Wed) Huang, Yaqin......................................223 (A01, Thu) Huang, Yaqin......................................222 (A01, Thu) Huang, Yi-Lin.......1367 (I02, Tue), 1370 (I02, Wed) Huang, Yingying.................................615 (B02, Tue) Huang, Zhuangqun...........................470 (A05, Mon) Hubaud, Aude................................... 161 (A01, Wed) Huber, Benedikt................................ 527 (A05, Wed) Hudish, Grant....................................1380 (I02, Wed) Huerta, Nicolas................................... 959 (C01, Thu) Huet, François................................... 445 (A04, Wed) Huff, Howard..................................1202 (G02, Wed) Hughart, David................................. 1159 (G01, Tue) Hughes, Barbara..................................573 (B01, Tue) Hughes, Gareth..................................1524 (I05, Tue) Hughes, John...................................1042 (D02, Wed) Huh, Yujeong...................................... 973 (C01, Thu) Huh, Yujeong...................................... 974 (C01, Thu) Hulce, Courtney................................2074 (Z01, Tue) Hummelen, Jan...................................711 (B05, Tue) Humplik, Thomas..............................368 (A02, Thu) Hunault, Philippe................................28 (A01, Mon) Hung, Sung-Fu...................................1428 (I03, Tue) Hung, Yu Chen................................. 1241 (H01, Tue) Hunger, Johannes..............................1868 (L06, Tue) Hunt, Patricia.....................................1873 (L06, Tue) Huo, Zongliang...... 1028 (D01, Wed), 1192 (G02, Tue) Hurink, Johann.................................. 521 (A05, Wed) Hurley, P............. 1289 (H03, Tue), 1335 (H03, Thu) Hurst, Katherine............................... 1415 (I03, Mon) Hussein, Khaled..............................1066 (D04, Mon) Hussey, Charles.......1871 (L06, Tue), 1877 (L06, Wed)

Hutchings, Graham..........................1737 (L02, Wed) Hüttl, Regina............. 26 (A01, Mon), 50 (A01, Tue) Huynh, Nguyen.................................. 481 (A05, Tue) Huynh Bao, Trong..........................1167 (G02, Mon) Hwang, Ha-Sub................................1047 (D02, Thu) Hwang, Hasub.................................1034 (D02, Wed) Hwang, Inchul..................................2215 (Z06, Wed) Hwang, James.................................1308 (H03, Wed) Hwang, Jang-Yeon............................ 232 (A02, Sun), ............................................................ 321 (A02, Tue) Hwang, Jee Youn..............................565 (B01, Mon) Hwang, Jeemin..................................2191 (Z06, Tue) Hwang, Jinha.........660 (B03, Wed), 957 (C01, Wed) Hwang, Sang Youp......................... 1698 (L02, Mon) Hwang, Seong-Ju..............................1913 (L07, Tue) Hwang, Shinjae........1462 (I03, Wed), 1948 (L07, Thu) Hwang, Suyeon.................................. 293 (A02, Tue) Hwang, Yoosang.............................1020 (D01, Wed) Hwu, Jenn-Gwo...............................993 (D01, Mon), .......................................................... 1007 (D01, Tue) Hy, Sunny...............260 (A02, Tue), 279 (A02, Tue), ................................302 (A02, Tue), 439 (A04, Wed) Hy, Sunny................278 (A02, Tue), 281 (A02, Tue) Hyden, Josh......................................1769 (L02, Wed) Hynes, Katheryn.............................. 1298 (H03, Tue) Hyun, Seungmin.................................42 (A01, Mon)

Ionica, Irina........................................ 998 (D01, Tue) Ionita, Daniela................................... 954 (C01, Wed) Ioroi, Tsutomu................................. 1711 (L02, Mon) Irle, Stephan....................................... 698 (B04, Thu) Irvine, John........................................1377 (I02, Wed) Irvine, John.............1406 (I02, Thu), 1472 (I04, Tue) Irving, Doug......................