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232nd ECS MEETING October 1-5, 2017

Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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ECS Leadership ECS Officers

ECS Staff

Johna Leddy, President Yue Kuo, Sr. Vice President Christina Bock, 2nd Vice President Stefan De Gendt, 3rd Vice President James Fenton, Secretary E. Jennings Taylor, Treasurer Roque Calvo, Executive Director

Directors

Christina Bock, 2nd Vice President Roque Calvo, Executive Director Graham Cheek, Chair, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division Stefan De Gendt, 3rd Vice President James Fenton, Secretary Turgut Gür, Chair, High Temperature Materials Division Andy Herring, Chair, Energy Technology Division Christopher Johnson, Chair, Battery Division Yue Kuo, Sr. Vice President Johna Leddy, President Yaw Obeng, Chair, Dielectric Science and Technology Division Colm O’Dwyer, Chair, Electronics and Photonics Division Elizabeth Podlaha – Murphy, Chair, Electrodeposition Division Madis Raukas, Chair, Luminescence and Display Materials Division Douglas Riemer, Chair, Industrial and Electrochemical Engineering Division Slava Rotkin, Chair, Nanocarbons Division Krishnan Rajeshwar, Past President Alice Suroviec, Chair, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division Stuart Swirson, Nonprofit Financial Professional E. Jennings Taylor, Treasurer Sannakaisa Virtanen, Chair, Corrosion Division Eric Wachsman, Chair, Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee Nianqiang Wu, Chair, Sensor Division

ECS Senior Management Staff

Roque Calvo, Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer Tim Gamberzky, Chief Operating Officer Mary Yess, Deputy Executive Director and Chief Content Officer

Dinia Agrawala, Graphic Designer/Interface Production Manager Casey Annunziata, Meetings Specialist Marcelle Austin, Board Relations Specialist Linda Cannon, Staff Accountant Karen Chmielewski, Finance Associate Karla Cosgriff, Director of Development Paul Cooper, Editorial Manager Beth Craanen, Director of Publications Rob Gerth, Director of Marketing and Communications Annie Goedkoop, Director of Publications Production Paul Grote, Director of Finance Andrea Guenzel, Publications Specialist Mary Hojlo, Membership and Constituent Services Specialist Bianca Kovalenko, Meeting Program Specialist John Lewis, Director of Meetings and Corporate Programs Ashley Moran, Corporate Programs Manager Winnie Mutch, Web Manager Anna Olsen, Senior Content Associate and Library Liaison Shannon Reed, Director of Membership Services Andrew Ryan, Publications Specialist Beth Schademann, Publications Specialist Amanda Staller, Web Content Specialist Logan Streu, Content Discoverability Specialist Jessica Wisniewski, Human Resources and Operations Manager Journal of The Electrochemical Society (JES) Robert Savinell, Editor Doron Aurbach, Technical Editor David Cliffel, Technical Editor Gerald S. Frankel, Technical Editor Thomas F. Fuller, Technical Editor Charles L. Hussey, Technical Editor Janine Mauzeroll, Technical Editor Rangachary Mukundan, Technical Editor Venkat Subramanian, Technical Editor ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology (JSS) Dennis 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 (ECST) Jeffrey W. Fergus

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232nd ECS MEETING National Harbor, MD

October 1-5, 2017

Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

ECS Welcomes You to National Harbor

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n behalf of the board of directors, volunteer leadership, and the staff of ECS, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the 232nd ECS Meeting! This meeting also marks an important anniversary: One hundred and fifteen years ago the Society was founded to advance the growing field of electrochemistry. Now over a century later, our multidisciplinary fields are still growing and even more important to our future. By meeting at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, attendees can easily access the many restaurants, shops, and waterfront attractions within walking distance. We hope your time here will give you the chance to network with colleagues, discuss important research, and discover new opportunities for collaboration. Please join us for the Opening Reception on Sunday to kick off this exciting week. You won’t want to miss the Plenary Session on Monday, when we wrap up the first full meeting day with The ECS Lecture, “The Role of Electrochemistry in our Transition to Sustainable Energy,” by Steven Chu, Nobel Laureate and former U.S. Secretary of Energy. We will also be recognizing the Society award recipients, Philippe Marcus and Eric Wachsman (receiving the Olin Palladium Award and Carl Wagner Memorial Award, respectively) Johna Leddy as well as our 2017 class of fellows. Be sure to attend the many ECS division talks in various symposia throughout ECS President the week. In addition to over 2,300 technical presentations, we encourage you to check out the 7th International ECS Electrochemical Energy Summit (E2S), from Monday through Thursday. This year’s topic is “Human Sustainability – Energy, Water, Food, and Health,” which will contain three distinct symposia: Energy-Water Nexus, The Brain and Electrochemistry, and Sensors for Food Safety, Quality, and Security. On Sunday we will hold ECS’s first OpenCon satellite event, bringing together the leaders in open data and open science from academia, government, and industry to talk about these growing movements. On Wednesday, we are hosting the ECS Data Sciences Hack Day, an eight-hour session featuring hands-on code development, for researchers interested in creating open source software for the electrochemical and solid state community. We encourage you to take advantage of our educational short courses which are being offered on Sunday. Students and young professionals should also attend our free professional development workshops held during the week. Here, you can gain essential information on enhancing career opportunities, resume building, managing conflict, leading teams, and networking. A pilot version of the ECS Career Expo will also be held in the exhibit hall during the meeting. The career expo serves as a premier opportunity for employers and recruiters to meet and interview job seekers, volunteers, and postdoctoral candidates. Of course, don’t forget to visit the Exhibit Hall to meet our industry leading exhibitors and mingle with colleagues, while the poster sessions in the Exhibit Hall on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings will have over 550 presentations. You should also stop by the ECS Booth to learn more about our programs and Free the Science, our initiative that aims to make our research freely available to anyone, anywhere to advance our sciences and solve problems for humanity. Finally, make sure to download the ECS Mobile app to your device and be able to access the ECS Meeting Scheduler. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to stop by the registration area in the Convention Center for further assistance. We thank you for your support of ECS!

Program Guide Author Index........................................................................................................209 Awards, Division.................................................................................................. 32 Awards, Society.................................................................................................... 31 Committee and Board Meetings............................................................... 17 Companion Registrant Program.................................................................. 2 Data Hack Day.....................................................................................................26 Division Events...................................................................................................... 17 ECS Committees and Subcommittees.................................................50 ECS Division Officers....................................................................................... 47 ECS Editorial Boards........................................................................................46 ECS Energy Summit........................................................................................... 18 ECS Officers and Staff................................................. inside front cover ECS Sections......................................................................................................... 47 ECS Student Chapters....................................................................................48 ECS Transactions (ECST) for National Harbor.............................247 Events-at-a-Glance............................................................................................ 16 Exhibitors.................................................................................................................40 Fellows.......................................................................................................................38 General Meeting Information......................................................................... 2 Get to Know ECS................................................................................................... 3 Highlighted Events.............................................................................................. 12 Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

Hotel Floor Plans............................................................................................... 6-9 Information for Presenters............................................................................. 4 Institutional Members......................................................................................59 Local Area Map............................................................................................... 10-11 Meeting Abstracts................................................................................................. 3 Meeting App.............................................................................................................. 2 Message from the President........................................................................... 1 OpenCon...................................................................................................................28 Panel of Professionals ................................................................................... 12 Plenary Session...................................................................................................30 Poster Session Information............................................................................ 4 Professional Development Workshops................................................. 12 Registration Information.................................................................................. 2 Section Events....................................................................................................... 17 Sessions-at-a-Glance.......................................................................................64 Short Courses........................................................................................................ 13 Sponsors...................................................................................................................44 Symposium Sponsors.......................................................................................45 Symposium Topics............................................................................................. 52 Technical Program.............................................................................................80 Wireless Network................................................................................................... 3 1


Meeting Registration

Things to Know

Convention Center Prefunction Saturday.......................................................................... 1600-1900h Sunday............................................................................ 0700-1900h Monday........................................................................... 0700-1900h Tuesday........................................................................... 0700-1730h 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 the meeting headquarters today if you will need assistance by emailing meetings@electrochem.org

Companion / Nontechnical Registrant Program Travel companions of attendees are invited to register for the meeting as a nontechnical registrant. The nontechnical registrant fee of $60 includes admission to non-ticketed social events and a special “Welcome to National Harbor” gift packet, 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. Short Course Registration* Three short courses are being offered on Sunday, October 1st from 0900h to 1630h. Pre-registration for short courses is required—the deadline was September 25, 2017; however, if you are interested in registering for a short course please visit the registration area to see if space is available. Course Only Regular Fees

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

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• PAR/Solartron Breakfast • ECS Publications - Author Information Session • ECS Data Sciences Hack Day • Refresh and Connect: An ECS Mentoring Session

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• Managing and Leading Teams • Managing Conflict • Essential Elements for Employment Success • Resume Review • Panel of Professionals

Need an Invoice? Your registration information and invoice are now available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from your own computer. Go to www.electrochem.org to log into your account to access this information today.

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Events Requiring Pre-registration Event is free but attendees are asked to sign up in advance by visiting customer service.

Letters of Attendance Individuals requiring an official letter of attendance should visit the “Letters of Attendance” self-help computer in the registration area or see a meeting representative.

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Ticketed Event Fees* On Site Fees Student Mixer (Member)...........................................................$5.00 Student Mixer (Nonmember)...................................................$15.00 Ticketed Luncheons.................................................................$75.00 *All prices are in U.S. Dollars.

Financial Assistance Financial assistance is limited and generally governed by the symposium organizers. Contact your symposium organizers to see if funding is available. Individuals requiring an official letter of invitation should write to the meeting headquarters office; such letters will not imply any financial responsibilities of ECS.

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Member.............................$525.00........................................$450.00 Nonmember.......................$650.00........................................$575.00 Student Member................$262.50........................................$187.50 Student Nonmember.........$325.00........................................$250.00

Photography and Recording Photography and Recording Is Not Permitted in Technical Sessions By attending the ECS meeting, you agree that you REC 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.

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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.

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.

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Registration Fees* On Site Registration Fees Member..................................................................................$805.00 Nonmember............................................................................$995.00 Student Member.....................................................................$475.00 Student Nonmember..............................................................$525.00 One Day Member...................................................................$640.00 One Day Nonmember............................................................$770.00 Emeritus & Honorary Member..................................................$0.00 Nontechnical Registrant...........................................................$60.00

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

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Get to Know ECS

Meeting Tips and Tools

The ECS Exhibit Booth Stop by the ECS Booth on the exhibit floor to engage and discover more about the programs and services available to you. Representatives from publications, membership, meetings, and development will be available at various times to answer your questions.

Meeting App Browse, add, and sync sessions, events, and presentations to create your own custom itinerary!

Learn more about: • Free the Science initiative • Individual and institutional membership in ECS • How to publish with ECS and why publish open access • Upcoming ECS biannual and sponsored meetings • Exhibit, sponsorship and advertising opportunities • Subscribing to the ECS Digital Library • Awards, educational programs and much more! Special raffles will take place throughout the week. Publish with ECS Following Your Presentation Consider submitting your work for publication with ECS after the biannual meeting. Content of proceedings from this meeting is published in ECS Transactions (ECST). Papers appearing in ECST are reviewed to ensure that submissions meet generally-accepted scientific standards. The submission deadline for the 232nd ECS Meeting standard issue is October 22, 2017. ECS also offers continuous publication in two journals, Journal of The Electrochemical Society and the ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology, while maintaining the highest standards of peer review. ECS gives authors the choice to publish their research as open access (OA), and many are able to do so for FREE through ECS membership or through the ECS Plus subscription program! To learn more, visit www.electrochem.org/oa or contact oa@electrochem.org for questions.

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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. Gaylord Convention Center Outlets and Hours • Relache Spa: Appointments required, open Mon.-Fri. 1100-1600h, Saturday 0900-2100h and Sunday 1000-1800h • Pose Rooftop Lounge: open Tuesdays-Saturdays starting at 1800h • Belvedere Lobby Bar: open nightly from 1600-2400h • Old Hickory Steakhouse: open for Dinner, reservations required call (301) 965-4000 • Pienza Marketplace: open for Breakfast • National Pastime Sports Bar And Grill: open for Lunch and Dinner • Harbor Marketplace: open 24 hours • The Cocoa Bean: open Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner • Strictly First Glass: open 1000-1900h • Amelia’s Boutique: open 1000-1900h • Key Provisions: open 1000-2300h. • Paisleys Accessories & More: open 1000-1900h • Stars and Stripes: open 1000-1900h Tools for a Successful Meeting Experience • Access all of the meeting abstracts online at http://www.electrochem.org/232 • Become familiar with the Gaylord Resort and Convention Center layout by using the maps on pages 6-9. • Download the personal meeting scheduler at http://www.electrochem.org/232 • Please turn off cell phones during presentations. • Become a Member! Stop by customer service in the registration area for more information. • Visit the exhibit hall to network and learn more about the latest innovations in the industry. • Attend the ECS Publications Author Information Session on Tuesday at 1600 in Maryland 4. • Tell us about your experience by completing the post conference survey we will send via email. Go Green • Access the meeting program online rather than taking a printed copy at registration. • Pack a reusable container for coffee and water. Make a donation to Free the Science at the ECS booth and receive a free water bottle! • Turn off the lights and unplug the portable device chargers in your room when leaving for the day. • Explore the downtown area by foot, check out the local area map on page 10! Meeting Abstracts Always right at hand—and as always, FREE with registration. Registrants may easily access all abstracts via the meeting scheduler or may download them from the National Harbor meeting website. Paper editions of meeting abstracts are not distributed; attendees who require paper should download abstracts and print them in advance of the meeting.

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General Meeting Information

General Information Information for Presenters Oral presentations must be in English. Laptop computers and projectors will be available in each symposium room for oral presentations, and presenting authors MUST bring their presentation on a USB flash drive to be used with the dedicated laptop. Speakers requiring special equipment must have made written request to ECS headquarters (meetings@electrochem.org) prior to the meeting; no special requests will be handled onsite. There is no speaker ready room. Make sure to arrive to your session room early and introduce yourself to the session Chairs. 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.

You may mount your poster only on your assigned day. Tuesday.......................................................1300-1600h Wednesday..................................................0900-1400h

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 bring smaller copies of your poster (8.5×11 or A4 sizes only) for attendees to take away. Bring a clear folder to put them in and pin it the board with your display. No posters will be displayed without author participation, NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE GRANTED. Any posters unclaimed at the end of the night will be discarded. Do not begin setting up your poster until all the poster boards have been numbered. Pushpins and/or thumbtacks will be supplied. 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. Students may set up their presentations from 1300-1600h; judging of the posters will begin at 1700h and formal presentations will begin at 1800h. Winners will be announced and awards will be presented on Wednesday in the General Poster Session, 1800-2000h

Step-by-Step Guide to Excel your Career • Attend a Professional Development Workshop, more information on page 12. • Expand your knowledge by registering for an ECS short course, more information on page 13.

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• Visit the Career Expo on the exhibit floor for the opportunity and meet top employers to discuss career opportunities. • Attend a divisional luncheon to learn more about the business behind the science, more information on page 17. • Visit the exhibit hall to talk with groundbreaking companies in the field and network with poster presenters. • Check out the ECS jobs board, available all year round, at www.electrochem.org/jobs-board.

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• Get your work published! Attend the Author Information Session, more information on page 12. www.lamresearch.com

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Highlighted Events Highlighted Events Technical Exhibition Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E Tuesday.................................................................1300-1600h ...............................................................................1800-2000h Wednesday............................................................0900-1400h ...............................................................................1800-2000h Thursday...............................................................0900-1200h Take time to explore exhibits from the leading vendors in the electrochemical and solid state science fields. Make sure to also stop by the exhibit hall for Poster Sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, and the morning coffee breaks on Wednesday and Thursday. Student and General Poster Sessions Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E Tuesday.................................................................1800-2000h Wednesday............................................................1800-2000h With hundreds of posters to explore, you won’t want to miss a single minute of these sessions. Grab a drink, wander the aisles, review the presentations, talk to the authors, share some laughs... these sessions are a great way to end the day! Opening Reception Cherry Blossom Ballroom Sunday...................................................................1800-2000h All attendees are welcome to attend this event and kick start the week with drinks, tasty desserts, and ample time to mingle. Student Mixer Sponsored by BMW Cherry Blossom Ballroom Monday.................................................................1900-2100h Network with other students and early career professionals. There will be light food and refreshments. For tickets visit customer service located in the registration area. ECS Author Information Session Maryland 4

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Tuesday.................................................................1600-1700h Are you new to publishing with ECS and have questions? ECS has the answers! Join Journal of The Electrochemical Society Editor, Robert Savinell, ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology Editor, Dennis Hess, and ECS Transactions Editor, Jeff Fergus as they present insight to: • •

Opportunities available for publishing with ECS Understanding the journals continuous publication model and types of articles published by ECS. • How to publish open access and how ECS’s Free the Science initiative supports open access for authors. • Where your content is accessible after publication. Please note pre-registration is required. To sign up today, visit customer service in the registration area. Stop by the ECS exhibit booth to connect with ECS Publications staff. Refresh and Connect: An ECS Mentoring Session (New!) Maryland 5 Wednesday............................................................1645-1745h Students and early career researchers are not going to want to miss this mentoring event. Join a roundtable with five of your peers and an established ECS member to build your contacts, ask questions about career paths and opportunities, and share in stories about professional life. Sign up early to reserve your spot! This is a one-hour session. Please note pre-registration is required. To sign up today, visit customer service in the registration area. 12

Session Chair and Symposium Organizer Breakfast Cherry Blossom Ballroom Monday.................................................................0700-0800h The success of the meeting is very much due to the hard work of the session chairs, symposium organizers, and division members. All are encouraged to attend this orientation to ensure they are best prepared for their roles in the meeting, and to learn helpful information about future meetings. Professional Development Workshops These workshops are available to you whether you are a student looking for some help with your resume or a mid-career researcher looking for a refresher on team management. Please note pre-registration is required for all workshops. To sign up today, visit customer service in the registration area. Workshop Descriptions Essential Elements for Employment Success Location: National Harbor 14 Instructor: John Susko Monday ................................................................1430-1630h Resume Review Location: Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E Instructor: John Susko APPOINTMENT ONLY After that you’ve attended Essential Elements for Employment Success, bring your resume for a one-on-one session with an industry leader and expert on resume development. An appointment can be scheduled for a resume review when attending the Essential Elements for Employment Success. Appointments are 20-minutes in length. Managing and Leading Teams (NEW) Maryland 3 Instructor: Dennis Hess Sunday…..............................................................1400-1600h When technically-trained individuals undertake a leadership role, frustration is a frequent outcome, despite technical competency and good intentions. This workshop will discuss reasons why engineers and scientists often find adaptation into leadership roles disconcerting and will explore ways to smooth the transition. This is a two-hour workshop Managing Conflict (NEW) Location: National Harbor 14 Instructor: Dennis Hess Monday ................................................................1300-1400h When more than one person is in a meeting, disagreement on the interpretation of results, conclusions, implementation, and subsequent directions is the likely outcome, which leads to conflict. An effective leader has learned how to manage conflict and use it to improve team performance. This workshop will discuss conflict sources and explore ways to minimize the disruption that often results. This is a one-hour workshop. Panel of Professionals Career Exploration in the Electrochemical and Solid State Science and Technology Location: Chesapeake 11 Wednesday . .........................................................1530-1630h 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. This is a one-hour workshop. Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


Highlighted Events Short Courses ECS sponsors day-long short courses in conjunction with the biannual Society meetings. Courses range in topics across technical interest areas. Short course participation does require registration to be completed before each biannual meeting. Students are offered a 50% discount on short course registration. Short course registration also includes: Breakfast Location: Camelia 3/4 0800-0900h

Morning Coffee Break Location: Camelia 3/4 0945-1015h

Lunch Location: Camelia 3/4 1200-1330h

Afternoon Coffee Break Location: Individual Rooms 1500-1530h

Basic Impedance Spectroscopy Location: Chesapeake 11 Instructor: Mark Orazem

2017. The Chinese translation of the first edition was published by Chemical Industry Press in 2014. Orazem received the 2012 ECS Henry B. Linford Award for Distinguished Teaching.

This course is intended for chemists, physicists, materials scientists, and engineers with an interest in applying electrochemical impedance techniques to study a broad variety of electrochemical processes. The attendee will develop a basic understanding of the technique, the sources of errors in impedance measurements, the manner in which experiments can be optimized to reduce these errors, and the use of graphical methods to interpret measurements in terms of meaningful physical properties. The course is based on M. E. Orazem and B. Tribollet, Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy, 2nd edition, John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, New Jersey, 2017. The basic impedance course will cover the front matter (page xxxiii) and parts of Chapters 1, 4, 5, 7-10, 17, and 18. The advanced course will cover Chapters 5, 9-14 and 17-22.

Fundamentals of Electrochemistry: Basic Theory and Kinetic Methods Location: Chesapeake 12 Instructor: Jamie Noel

Topics to be covered • The motivation for using impedance spectroscopy advantages as compared to other transient techniques and the conditions under which its use is ideally suited, • complex numbers and electrical circuit parameters, • the basic concepts of how impedance is measured, • proper selection of experimental parameters, • graphical representation of impedance data, including methods to extract some physically meaningful parameter s, • application of electrical circuit analogues, and • an introduction to interpretation based on proposed reaction mechanisms.

About the Instructor

Mark Orazem is a recognized expert on impedance spectroscopy. He has offered both introductory and advanced short courses on the topic at annual meetings of the Electrochemical Society and at the Fuel Cell Seminar. He also has delivered this course to companies and to local sections of the ECS. Orazem is a Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Florida, where he also holds the ExxonMobil Chemical Engineering Alumni term professorship. Orazem is also Adjunct Professor at the Beijing University of Chemical Technology. He obtained his BS and MS degrees from Kansas State University and his doctorate in 1983 from the University of California, Berkeley. He was recognized as an outstanding educator in 2004 by BP Azerbaijan. He was recognized as the 2005 College of Engineering Distinguished International Educator, and he was recognized as a 2008 Blue Key Distinguished Professor. Prof. Orazem is a Fellow of The Electrochemical Society and served for ten years as Associate Editor for the Journal of the Electrochemical Society. He served as President of the International Society of Electrochemistry. He has over 180 refereed publications and has co-authored, with Bernard Tribollet of the CNRS in Paris, a textbook on the subject, Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy. The second edition was published in Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

Topics to be covered • Introduction and Overview of Electrode Processes • Potential: Significance and Proper Measurement ° cell potentials and EMF, half-reactions, cell notation, reference electrodes, standard potentials and Nernst equation vs. open circuit potential ° electrode-solution interface and double-layer structure • Chemical Stoichiometry vs. Faraday’s Law ° coulometry, bulk electrolysis • Theoretical Basis for Methods ° chemical vs. electrochemical kinetics, current-potential relationship, exchange current, Butler-Volmer equation, Tafel equation and Tafel plots, reaction mechanisms ° mass-transfer effects, Nernst approximation ° coupled reactions and corrosion • Methodology ° potential measurements, cyclic voltammetry, Tafel analysis, linear polarization technique, chronoamperometry, chronocoulometry, rotating disk and rotating ring disc electrodes, ultra microelectrodes, electrochemical impedancespectroscopy • Electrochemical Instrumentation ° voltmeters, ammeters, potentiostats, galvanostats, IR compensation, design of electrochemical cells

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The concepts will be illustrated by applications to different systems including corrosion, fuel cells, batteries, and transport through membranes such as skin. A list of suggested references will be provided. This course is the first in a two course sequence offered at alternating ECS meetings by Professor Orazem. The second course in the series, “Advanced Impedance Spectroscopy,” introduces model development based on proposed reaction mechanisms, statistical analysis of impedance data, and regression analysis.

This course covers the basic theory and application of electrochemical science. It is targeted toward people with a physical sciences or engineering background who have not been trained as electrochemists, but who want to add electrochemical methods to their repertoire of research approaches. There are many fields in which researchers originally approach their work from another discipline but then discover that it would be advantageous to understand and use some electrochemical methods to complement the work that they are doing. The course has just been fully revised to include more practical examples and a more manageable volume of material. It complements a revised sister course, “Fundamentals of Electrochemistry: Basic Theory and Thermodynamic Methods,” offered by the same instructor at the ECS spring meetings. The two courses have a different emphasis, and each is designed to be a stand-alone introduction to electrochemical fundamentals. If both courses are desired, they can be taken in either order.

About the Instructor

Jamie Noël is an electrochemist and corrosion scientist. He obtained his BSc (1987) and MSc (1990) degrees from the University of Guelph under supervision of Dr. Jacek Lipkowski. He then worked on corrosion issues in the nuclear industry while employed by Ontario Hydro Research and later Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. Concurrent with his work at AECL, he earned his PhD (2000) through the University of Manitoba with David Shoesmith. (continued on next page) 13


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Dr. Noël joined the University of Western Ontario in London, Canada in 1998 as a research scientist and became assistant professor of chemistry in 2016. He uses electrochemical and other surface analytical techniques to study the corrosion of industrial materials, especially nuclear waste management systems components, including those made from carbon steel, titanium, zirconium, copper, nickel alloys, cobalt alloys, and the uranium dioxide fuel itself. He continues to refine techniques that combine electrochemical measurements with neutron-based materials science techniques. Dr. Noël won the Lash Miller Award of the ECS Canada Section in 2003. He is an active participant in public science outreach activities, developing and presenting chemistry demonstrations for potential young scientists from preschool to high school ages. He has authored over 80 journal articles, 60 conference proceedings papers, 3 book chapters, and 20 company reports. Battery and Battery Material Development Using Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry Location: National Harbor 9 Instructor: Peter Ralbovsky This course covers the application of thermal analysis techniques to the design and development of batteries and battery materials. The requirements for portable, rechargeable energy sources are demanding. New and innovative battery materials are required to support the broadening role rechargeable cells play in our everyday life. Thermal Analysis techniques such as Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) and Thermogravimetric Analysis (TGA) are fundamental aids in designing materials for high performance and safety. Li-ion cells have also been a source of many well documented “thermal runaway” events. The costs of these events have been dramatic for both cell manufacturer and their added-value partners. Adiabatic calorimetry has been the tool most often used to characterize cells and measure thermal runaway. Isothermal Calorimetry can be used to measure heat, and thus the efficiency directly, at varying conditions, charge/discharge rates and at different SOCs. This short course will provide an overview on how to effectively measure and analyze battery performance and safety of coin cells up to large format cells using calorimetric tools.

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Topics to be covered • Key Thermal Analysis Techniques for Battery Material Development and Testing • Thermal Analysis techniques such as ° Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC), experimental parameters and analysis ° Thermogravimetric Analysis (TGA) and evolved gas analysis (EGA) ° Other techniques such as MMC, LFA • Improving Battery Safety with Calorimetry ° Understanding “thermal runaway” events. ° Adiabatic calorimetry (ARC), its strengths and limitations, and its application to small and large cells and packs. ° Nail penetration tests • Calorimetric Performance Measurements for Rechargeable Cells ° Isothermal Methods from coin cells to large format cells ° Measuring efficiency and performance with calorimetry ° Entropic studies

About the Instructor

Peter Ralbovsky has a passion for solving difficult testing problems and is currently the Calorimetry Product Manager for NETZSCH Instruments North America. He was worked with battery material testing for over 20 years both at Arthur D. Little, Inc. and TIAX LLC before joining NETZSCH in 2009. He has been involved in the development of award-winning calorimeters including, most

recently, an R& D 100 award in 2013 for a coin cell calorimeter. Mr. Ralbovsky has conducted seminars, courses, webinars on calorimetry and thermal analysis for battery and material testing for over a decade. Outside of work Mr. Ralbovsky enjoys spending time with his family and camping with his local Boy Scout Troop where he serves as an Assistant Scoutmaster. Operation and Exploitation of Electrochemical Capacitor Technology Location: National Harbor 1 Instructor: John R. Miller Electrochemical capacitors (ECs), often referred to by the product names supercapacitor or ultracapacitor, are receiving increased attention for use in power sources of many applications because they offer extraordinarily high reversibility, provide unexcelled power density, and have exceptional cycle-life. Combination systems—for example ones with batteries and capacitors, IC engines and capacitors, and fuel cells with capacitors—are now appearing and being used to increase the energy efficiency of vehicles and industrial equipment like fork lifts, trams, and overhead cranes by capturing energy that is normally wasted. Topics to be covered This tutorial is targeted at technologists interested in understanding, advancing, and/or exploiting electrochemical capacitor technology. Basics are first covered that describe the nature and significance of electric double layer charge storage, the general design of such products, and the similarities and differences between these devices and traditional capacitors and batteries. Two-terminal electrical measurement techniques are discussed and test data is used to develop equivalent circuit models. Power/energy behavior and tradeoffs are presented along with reliability design. Many example applications are covered in detail. The goal of the tutorial is to provide basic understanding, necessary tools, and sufficient operating information to allow direct and successful advancement and/or exploitation of electrochemical capacitor technology.

About the Instructor

John R. Miller, President of JME, Inc. has more than 35 years of experience in research, development, and commercialization of electrochemical capacitor technology. Since founding JME in 1989, he has assisted in the development and market introduction of several electrochemical capacitor products now available for industrial, military, and medical applications. Dr. Miller was a pioneer in the development of third-generation asymmetric electrochemical capacitor technology. He has assisted capacitor material suppliers in creating products offering enhanced performance and assisted DOE in establishing appropriate test methods and evaluation procedures for large, high-power capacitors. His recent research has focused on graphene-nanosheet-electrode electric double layer capacitors. Dr. Miller has published more than 100 capacitor-related papers, prepared many government reports, and been awarded 13 U.S. patents. He has organized and chaired international conferences on electrochemical capacitor technology and teaches short courses for several professional societies. In addition to his position with JME, Inc., Dr. Miller is an Adjunct Professor in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at Case Western Reserve University (part time). His previous positions include research manager at Standard Oil of Ohio (SOHIO), staff scientist at University of Rochester, and staff member at Los Alamos National Laboratory. John R. Miller earned BS and PhD degrees in physics from MIT.


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Featured Events Events-at-a-Glance Sunday, October 1 0700-1900h................ Meeting Registration is open, Convention Center Prefunction 0800-0900h................ Short Course Breakfast (**ticket for courses required), Camelia 3/4 0800h ........................ Technical Sessions begin (check technical program on page 80 for details) 0900-1630h................ Short Courses (**ticket required; see page 13 for locations) 1400-1800h................ ECS’s OpenCon 2017, Chesapeake G/H/I 1400-1600h................ Managing and Leading Teams (*pre-registration required), Maryland 3 1800-2000h................ Opening Reception, Cherry Blossom Ballroom

Monday, October 2 0700-1900h ����������������Meeting Registration is open, Convention Center Prefunction 0700-0800h ����������������Session Chair and Symposium Organizer Orientation Breakfast, Cherry Blossom Ballroom 0800h ������������������������Technical Sessions begin (check technical program on page 86 for details) 0800-0900h ����������������PAR/Solartron Breakfast (*pre-registration required), National Harbor 11 0930-1000h ����������������Technical Session Coffee Break, Chesapeake Foyer & Maryland AC Lobby 1300-1400h ����������������Managing Conflict (*pre-registration required), National Harbor 14 1400-1640h ����������������E2S: Energy-Water Nexus Plenary, National Harbor 10 1430-1630h ����������������Essential Elements for Employment Success (*pre-registration required), National Harbor 14 1700-1800h ����������������Plenary Session, Maryland A/B 1900-2100h ����������������Student Mixer sponsored by BMW (**ticket required), Cherry Blossom Ballroom

Tuesday, October 3 0700-1730h.................Meeting Registration is open, Convention Center Prefunction 0800h..........................Technical Sessions begin (check technical program on page 103 for details) 0800-1200h.................E2S: Summit on Neural Health, National Harbor 11 0930-1000h.................Technical Session Coffee Break, Chesapeake Foyer & Maryland AC Lobby 1300-1600h.................Come visit our Exhibitors!, Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E 1300-1600h.................Poster Set-up Period - Tuesday Evening Posters, Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E 1300-1600h.................Resume Review (*pre-registration required), Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E: Career Expo 1600-1700h.................ECS Publications - Author Information Session (*pre-registration required), Maryland 4 1800-2000h.................Technical Exhibit open, General and Student Poster Session, Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E

Wednesday, October 4

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0700-1600h................. Meeting Registration is open, Convention Center Prefunction 0730h.......................... Technical Sessions begin (check technical program on page 145 for details) 0830-1700h................. ECS Data Sciences Hack Day, Maryland 1 (*pre-registration required) 0850-1700h................. E2S: Sensors for Food Safety, Quality, and Security Oral Session I & II, National Harbor 10 0900-1400h................. Come visit our Exhibitors!, Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E 0900-1400h................. Poster Set-up Period - Wednesday Evening Posters, Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E 0930-1000h................. Technical Session Coffee Break, Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E & Maryland AC Lobby 1000-1400h................. Resume Review (*pre-registration required), Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E: Career Expo 1530-1630h................. Panel of Professionals (*pre-registration required), Chesapeake 11 1645-1745h................. Refresh and Connect: An ECS Mentoring Session (*pre-registration required), Maryland 5 1800-2000h................. Technical Exhibit open, General Poster Session, Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E 1800-2000h................. Get a free headshot on the exhibit floor, Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E 1815-1830h................. Z01 Student Poster Award Winner Presentation, Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E

Thursday, October 5 0700-1200h.................Meeting Registration is open, Convention Center Prefunction 0800h..........................Technical Sessions begin (check technical program on page 192 for details) 0900-1200h.................Come visit our Exhibitors! Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E 0930-1000h.................Technical Session Coffee Break, Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E & Maryland AC Lobby *pre-registration required: event is free, but you must sign up in advance by stopping by customer service. **ticketed required: tickets may be purchased in advance or by stopping by customer service. 16

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Featured Events Division Events Sunday, October 1 1500-1700h �������Dielectric Science and Technology Division Symposium Planning, Camelia 3/4 1600-1700h �������Electronics and Photonics Division Symposium Planning, Maryland 5 1700-2000h �������Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division Symposium Planning Committee, Maryland 6 1730-1930h �������Corrosion Division Executive Committee, Maryland 3 1800-1900h �������Sensor Division Executive Committee, Chesapeake B/C 1800-2100h �������Battery Division Executive Committee and Symposium Planning Subcommittee, Maryland 5 2000-2200h �������Electronics and Photonics Division Executive Committee, Chesapeake B/C

1730-1830h �������Corrosion Division: Hugh Isaacs Memorial Event, Eastern Shore 2/3 1900-2000h �������Battery Division Award Reception*, Eastern Shore (*ticket required: tickets may be purchased in advance or by stopping by customer service.)

Section Events Monday, October 2 1800-1900h �������Europe Section Executive Committee, Maryland 1

Tuesday, October 3

1800-2000h �������Europe Section Meeting and Gerischer Award Reception, Eastern Shore 2/3

Monday, October 2 0700-0900h �������High Temperature Materials Division Executive Committee, Maryland 1 0700-0900h �������Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division Executive Committee, Maryland 2 0700-0900h �������Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division Executive Committee, Maryland 3 1215-1400h �������Electrodeposition Division Future Symposia Meeting Luncheon*, Maryland 1 1900-2100h �������Electrodeposition Division Executive Committee, Maryland 4 1900-2100h �������Energy Technology Division Executive Committee, National Harbor 11

Tuesday, October 3 1215-1400h �������Battery Division Luncheon and Business Meeting*, Eastern Shore 2/3 1215-1400h �������Corrosion Division Luncheon and Business Meeting*, Maryland 4 1215-1400h �������High Temperature Materials Division Luncheon* and Business Meeting, Maryland 5 1215-1400h �������Sensor Division Luncheon and Business* Meeting, Maryland 6 1900-2000h �������Corrosion Division Award Reception*, Maryland 3

Wednesday, October 4 1215-1400h �������Electrodeposition Division Luncheon and Business Meeting*, Maryland 4 1730-1830h ������Corrosion Division: Hugh Issacs Memorial Event, Eastern Shore 2/3

Committee and Board Meetings Sunday, October 1 1600-1700h �������Interface Advisory Board, Maryland 4 1830-1930h �������Low Temperature Fuel Cell Coordinating Committee, Maryland 4

Monday, October 2 0800-1000h �������Joint Journal Editorial Board, Maryland 4 0900-1000h �������Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee, Maryland 5 1000-1200h �������Free the Science Advisory Board, Maryland 6 1300-1430h �������Education Committee, Maryland 2 1300-1500h �������ECS Transactions Editorial Board, Maryland 3 1500-1630h �������Individual Membership Committee, Maryland 6 1500-1700h �������Nominating Committee, Maryland 5 1830-2130h �������Luminescence & Display Materials Division Executive Committee & General Reception, Eastern Shore 1

Tuesday, October 3 0700-0930h �������Symposium Planning Advisory Board, Maryland B 0730-0930h �������Council of Past Presidents, Maryland 1 0930-1130h �������Publications Subcommittee, Maryland 2 1400-1600h �������Meetings Subcommittee, Maryland 1 1600-1800h �������Honors and Awards Committee, Maryland 2

Wednesday, October 4 0900-1200h �������Technical Affairs Committee, Maryland 3

Sages of Science Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E Tuesday 1300-1600h; Wednesday 1100-1400h

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Do you have data that looks odd? Did you see weird phenomena in the lab? New to electrochemistry and solid state research and confused by the jargon? Not sure what to make of it? Come talk to our Sages of Science (SOS) and perhaps see things from a new perspective. This meeting, the Sages are: Dennis Hess, Georgia Tech, Chuck Hussey, University fundamental structure property of Mississippi, Ionic liquids, relationships in films and transition metal electrochemistry, nanostructures and control of surface electrodeposition, and spent nuclear properties, ECS Acheson and Linford fuel, Bredig Awardee Awardee, Editor SSL The ECS Sages are all outstanding scientist and engineers who enthusiastically volunteered to talk with researchers with questions. Discussions can be in confidence if the researcher so requests. If the Sages don’t know the answer, they know someone who does. If you have any questions or want to schedule an appointment outside the regular schedule, email meetings@electrochem.org Viola Birss, University of Calgary, electrochemical energy systems, electrocatalysis, and electrochemistry at interfaces and surfaces, Grahame Awardee

Noel Buckley, University of Limerick, metal and semiconductor thin films and nanostructures for photonics and electronics, Past President of ECS

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The 7th International ECS Electrochemical Energy Summit

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Monday, October 2 – Thursday, October 5

National Harbor, MD

Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

2017 ECS’s Electrochemical Energy Summit brings together policymakers and researchers from around the globe to discuss the ways in which science impacts the planet’s key sustainability issues. In National Harbor, the 7th International ECS Electrochemical Energy Summit: Human Sustainability – Energy, Water, Food, and Health is set to include three distinct symposia: Energy-Water Nexus; The Brain and Electrochemistry; and Sensors for Food Safety, Quality, and Security.

2017 Organizing Group Chair

Eric Wachsman, University of Maryland

Organizers

Bryan Chin, Auburn University Lili Deligianni, IBM Corporation Research Center Christina Bock, National Research Council of Canada

Eric Wachsman, University of Maryland

Bryan Chin, Auburn University

Lili Deligianni, IBM Corporation Research Center

Christina Bock, National Research Council of Canada

Z03 – Energy-Water Nexus

October 2 and 3, National Harbor 10 Energy-Water Nexus will focus on the connection between energy and water and emerging technologies that could improve access to clean, safe, and affordable resources across the globe. In addition to technical sessions ranging from membranes for water purification to fuel cells, the symposium will feature talks from members of federal agencies to discuss funding opportunities. Energy-Water Nexus Plenary Session Monday, October 2, 1400-1640h “What would Thomas Malthus tell us in the 21st Century?: Experiences in the Water-Energy-Food Nexus from an International Development Perspective” F. Miralles-Wilhelm, Earth Systems Science Interdisciplinary Center Fernando Miralles-Wilhelm is a hydrologist with research interests in modeling of surface and groundwater systems, climatehydrology-vegetation interactions, water quality and modeling of the water-energyfood nexus. He has been a Principal Investigator in research sponsored by NASA, NOAA, NSF, USDA, USAID, the World Bank and other agencies, and has worked as a 18

consultant in water resources projects in all five continents for over 20 years. Prior to his appointment at UMD, he served on the faculty at Northeastern University, the University of Miami, and Florida International University. He also spent 5 years as a civil servant in the Water and Sanitation Division of the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington DC. He earned a Mechanical Engineering diploma from Universidad Simón Bolívar in Caracas, Venezuela (1987), a MS in Engineering from the University of California, Irvine (1989), and a PhD in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1993). Fernando is a Fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), and a Diplomate of the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and the American Academy of Water Resources Engineers. He is a registered Professional Engineer in the states of Massachusetts and Florida. Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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He lives in Bethesda MD with his wife Monica, and is the father of two UMD Terps (Andrea, class of ’18 and Adriana, class of ’20). On nice sunny days, you will most likely find him playing tennis at NASA Goddard, or on the Capital Crescent Trail on his running shoes, his bike, roller blades or his Sector 9 longboard. “Innovations at the Nexus of Food, Energy, and Water Systems (INFEWS) and Beyond” J. W. Jones, National Science Foundation James W. Jones currently is a Program Director with the National Science Foundation for the INFEWS initiative in the Engineering Directorate (CBET Division). He received a PhD degree from North Carolina State University in Biological and Agricultural Engineering. His research area is on mathematical modeling of cropping systems; interactive effects of climate, soil, water, genetics, and management on productivity; climate risk management and decision support for agriculture; and integration of crop and other models for application at field and broader spatial scales. He cofounded the Agricultural Model Intercomparison and Improvement Program (AgMIP – www.agmip.org) and the Florida Climate Institute, a coalition of ten universities in Florida conducting research and outreach activities on climate change and sea level rise and associated impacts and societal responses (www. floridaclimateinstitute.org). He is recognized globally as a leader in modeling cropping systems and applying them for improving agricultural productivity and resource use efficiency. He has organized and taught courses on concepts and applications of agricultural systems models during the last thirty years. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering and Fellow member of AAAS, ASABE, ASA, SSSA, and Distinguished Professor Emeritus of the University of Florida.

“Overview of NSF-EPRI Collaboratively Funded Advanced Dry Cooling Program” J. Shi, Electric Power Research Institute Jessica Shi is a Senior Technical Leader/ Manager at the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) heading EPRI’s cross-sector power plant cooling technology innovation research. Shi joined EPRI in 2010. Her key achievements at EPRI include initiation and establishment of the Technology Innovation Water Program and NSF-EPRI Advanced Dry Cooling Program, winning two large DOEARPA‑E ARID Program awards and developing a large and diversified portfolio of advanced cooling technologies to reduce power plant cooling water use and consumption. Before joining EPRI, Dr. Shi was a Principal Aero/Thermal Engineer at Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems. Her responsibilities included developing thermal fluid modeling and design for laser weapon thermal energy storage systems and other thermal management systems, as well as performing compressor and steam turbine airfoil aero and steam valve designs and analysis for naval submarine and surface ship propulsion and generation systems. Before that, she worked as a Lead Engineer in General Electric’s Aircraft Engine Division, where she designed and analyzed turbine airfoil cooling systems and performed life assessment analyses of turbine airfoils. She has also worked on various thermal-cooling R&D projects at BAE Systems, Argonne National Laboratories, Research Associates, and the National Institute of Metrology in Beijing. Dr. Shi is a lead inventor on several patents for gas turbine airfoil cooling designs and of patent applications for power plant cooling technologies. In addition, she has published numerous papers and reports. Shi has also served as an international conference committee organizer, board member, and session co-chair, and as a reviewer for prestigious journals. (continued on next page)

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“DOE’s Approach to the Energy Water Nexus: New Opportunities and Solutions” R. Ivester, U.S. Department of Energy

“Technology’s Role in Sustainable Energy” E. D. Williams, University of Maryland

Robert W. Ivester currently serves as the Deputy Director of the Advanced Manufacturing Office (AMO) in the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. AMO is focused on creating a fertile innovation environment for advanced manufacturing, enabling vigorous domestic development of new energy-efficient manufacturing processes and materials technologies to reduce the energy intensity and life-cycle energy consumption of

manufactured products. Prior to this position, he served as the Executive Secretary to the Inter-agency working group on Advanced Manufacturing, which was formed in 2011 under the National Science and Technology Council's Committee on Technology in the Executive Office of the President, which produced the February 2012 report A National Strategic Plan for Advanced Manufacturing. His research interests include manufacturing process metrology, modeling, and optimization. He has performed research to quantify uncertainty associated with measurements and model-based predictions of manufacturing process behavior. In particular, he has performed extensive research on the measurement of temperature and strain during metal cutting. He has been an instructor for the Johns Hopkins University Engineering for Professionals program for graduate-level studies in manufacturing engineering since 2001. He is a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and received his Ph.D. and Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and Master of Science in Manufacturing Engineering from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Ellen Williams is a Distinguished University Professor at the University of Maryland, where she is working at the interface of energy technology and policy. Before returning to the University in January of 2017, she was the Director of the Advanced Research Projects Agency, ARPA-E, in the Department of Energy. The Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) advances high-potential, high-impact energy technologies that are too early for private-sector investment. Prior to Senate confirmation for her role in ARPA-E, Dr. Williams had been the Chief Scientist at BP (2010-2014), and a Distinguished University Professor in the Institute of Physical Science and Technology and the Department of Physics at the University of Maryland. At Maryland she founded and led the University’s Materials Research Science and Engineering Center from 1996 through 2009. Dr. Williams has a distinguished history of professional service, including chairing the development of the NAS report on Technical Issues for the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, and extensive work in providing technical advice to the U.S. government, primarily through the Departments of Energy and Defence. She is a member of the National Academy of Sciences, a foreign member of the Royal Society (London), a fellow of the American Physical Society, American Vacuum Society and American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and has been recognized by awards from the American Physical Society and the Materials Research Society.

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The Brain and Electrochemistry will focus on research and developments in the brain, central nervous system, and the peripheral nervous system and aims to open the doors to this exciting field for electrochemical and solid state scientists, highlighting interdisciplinary approaches to emerging technologies and potential funding streams from government and other large agencies. Summit on Neural Health Session Tuesday, October3, 0800-1200h “Brain Initiative & Biomaterials Research Support at the National Science Foundation” A. Simonian, National Science Foundation Aleksandr L. Simonian is internationally recognized for his outstanding technical achievements with significant distribution and interest in his work. He has spent more than 40 years advancing the state-of-the-art in biosensor technology and smart functional biomaterials, leading cutting-edge development and pioneering multiple, paradigm changing advances in the field. His research has been focused on the development and 20

application of biosensors and smart functional materials in fields such as environmental analysis, food safety, medicine, agriculture, and industrial process control. Significantly, he has authored over 120 publications in peer reviewed scientific journals, and has multiple highly cited review articles, book chapters and patents. Dr. Simonian has created new research opportunities for the broad scientific community including ECS members. In 2008-2012, Dr. Simonian as a National Science Foundation (NSF) program director founded and managed the Biosensing Program of CBET, (Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental and Transport Systems). This NSF program has created a unique additional funding source on a national scale for researchers involved in biosensor research, thus significantly advancing the state-of-the-art of biosensor technology. In 2014 he become a NSF Biomaterials Program Director in Division of Material Research. He is also a Professor Emeritus of Materials Engineering at Auburn University, Auburn AL.

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Dr. Simonian received his M.S. in Physics from the Yerevan State University (Armenia, USSR), Ph.D. in Biophysics from the USSR Academy of Sciences and a Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) degree in Bioengineering from Moscow Institute of Applied Biochemistry in Moscow, Russia. Before immigrating to the United States, he was working at a variety of professional, academic and industrial institutions in Armenia, Russia, Lithuania, Latvia, Germany, Czechoslovakia, and Italy. Dr. Simonian was elected as a member of the Armenian Academy of Engineers in 1994 and as a Foreign Member of Armenian National Academy in 2011. “The NIH BRAIN Initiative – the Road Thus Far and into the Future” N. B. Langhals, National Institutes of Health Nick B. Langhals serves as Program Director for Neural Engineering at the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS). He is heavily involved in both the Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies® (BRAIN) Initiative as well as the Stimulating Peripheral Activity to Relieve Conditions (SPARC) program. He currently manages a grant portfolio in the areas of neurotechnology development, validation, and translation for applications in basic neuroscience, neurophysiology, neuromodulation, and other interfaces with the nervous system.  Dr. Langhals received his B.S.E. in 2001 from Arizona State University (Tempe, AZ). He received both M.S.E. in 2003, as well as a Ph.D. in 2010 in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI).  Dr. Langhals has worked as a Senior Research Engineer within the Center for Neural Communication Technology and also served as a consultant for Neuronexus Technologies (Ann Arbor, MI), Biotectix (Ann Arbor, MI), and Michigan State University (East Lansing, MI).  He was also a co-founder of Rhythm Solutions, a University of Michigan startup company focused on the development and commercialization of automated algorithms and technologies for the diagnosis and monitoring of atrial fibrillation. Prior to arriving at the NIH in 2015, Dr. Langhals served as a Research Assistant Professor in Plastic Surgery and Biomedical Engineering and Co-Director of the Neuromuscular Lab at the University of Michigan. “The Biotic/Abiotic Interface between Neuromodulation Electrodes and the Peripheral Nervous System” M. B. Wolfson, National Institutes of Health/National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering

engineering from Brown University and a Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from Cornell University. He is a Senior Member of the IEEE and a member of the Society for Neuroscience. Mike specializes in performing characterization, analysis, and integration of novel biologic and microscale systems within commercial, small business, and academic R&D environments. His expertise spans multiple disciplines and covers emerging domains, such as bio-, micro-,and nano-system technologies. From 2000 through 2009, Mike was involved in several ventures to develop microsystems technologies for commercial applications. From 2009 through 2016, he was a subject matter expert in DARPA's Microsystems Technology Office and Biological Technologies Office, supporting MEMS and neuro-technology programs. During this period, Mike consulted for several other organizations, including GlaxoSmithKline and the Bionics Institute. He brings to NIBIB substantial experience developing and managing translational neurotechnology R&D portfolios, with particular emphasis on system design principles. Mike has been instrumental in DARPA's RE-NET, HAPTIX, ElectRx, and NESD programs, as well as the GSK Innovation Challenge. He has also provided mentorship to over a dozen recipients of the DARPA Young Faculty Award. Mike is committed to developing foundational device technologies and translational systems in order to apply them to unique physiological targets, such as the peripheral nervous system. “A FDA Staff Perspective on Navigating the Regulatory Landscape and Moving Medical Devices to the Marketplace” K. Wachrathit, US FDA, CDRH, Office of Device Evaluation Kelliann Wachrathit has worked at the FDA since 2013 as a pre-market scientific reviewer in the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH), Office of Device Evaluation (ODE), Division of Neurological and Physical Medicine Devices (DNPMD). Review areas include brain computer interfaces (BCI) and nerve and muscle electrical stimulators. She recently joined the United State Public Health Service in 2017. Prior to her role as a pre-market scientific reviewer, she conducted regulatory science research from 2010-2013 on peripheral and cortical neural interface devices in the Neural Implant Lab in the Division of Biomedical Physics (DBP) in the Office of Engineering and Science Laboratories (OSEL) in CDRH. (continued on next page)

Michael B. Wolfson joined the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) in 2016 as a Program Director in the Division of Discovery Science and Technology. He has programmatic oversight of discovery and applied research grants, with emphasis on implantable and assistive medical devices. Mike received a Sc.B. degree in electrical

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“Reanimating Paralyzed Limbs and the Future of Bioelectronic Medicine” C. Bouton, The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research Chad Bouton is the VP of Advanced Engineering and the Director of the Center for Bioelectronic Medicine at The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, the research arm of the Northwell Health System in New York. Professor Bouton formerly served as research leader at Battelle Memorial Institute—the world’s largest independent research and development organization— where he spent 18 years researching and developing biomedical technology. At the Feinstein Institute, he is performing groundbreaking research in neurotechnology to treat paralysis and is developing new technologies to accelerate the field of bioelectronic medicine. Professor Bouton’s pioneering work, allowing a paralyzed person for the first time to regain movement using a brain implant, has been featured on 60 Minutes, CBS, and presented at TEDx. He holds over 70 patents worldwide and his technologies have been awarded three R&D 100 Awards and he was recognized by the US Congress for his work in the medical device field. He has been named Inventor of the Year and Distinguished Inventor by Battelle, and was selected by the National Academy of Engineering in 2011 to attend the Frontiers in Engineering Symposium.

“Invasive Cortical Microelectrode Array Longitudinal Performance: Temporal Dynamics of Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy and Multiunit Activity” C. Welle, University of Colorado Denver, Anschutz Medical Campus; M. G. Street, US FDA; K. Ruda, Duke University; E. Civillico, National Institutes of Health; and P. A. Takmakov, US FDA Cristin Welle is an Assistant Professor in University of Colorado Departments of Neurosurgery and Bioengineering faculty, and her lab investigates circuit-level structure and function in the context of translational neurotechnology. Using chronic in vivo electrophysiology, in vivo multiphoton imaging and advanced histological techniques, her lab examines the electrode/ tissue interface of high-density recording electrodes for brain-computer interface systems. Prior to her time at the University of Colorado, she spent 5 years as the principal investigator of the Neural Implant Lab in the Division of Biomedical Physics, Center for Devices and Radiological Health, Food and Drug Administration, exploring safety and performance of invasive neural recording electrodes used in neuroprosthetic systems and novel electrode technology for the detection of traumatic brain injury. A neurophysiologist by training, she received her PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Pennsylvania in 2010.

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Sensors for Food Safety, Quality, and Security will feature six overview talks from government, industry, and association representatives, which will focus on broad trends in the field and “research roadmaps,” the planning and implementation of government funding in the areas of food safety, quality, and security. In addition the symposium will hold a one day, poster-focused session. Oral Sessions 1 & 2 Wednesday, October 4, 0850-1215h; 1315-1700h “An Expanding Role for Sensor Research in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Food Systems” T. A. Bewick and S. J. Thomson, USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture Tom Bewick received his B.S. degree in Olericulture from UC-Davis and his M.S. and Ph.D. in Horticulture from the University of Wisconsin. In 1987, he joined the faculty in Horticultural Sciences at the University of Florida and in 1997 he moved to the University of Massachusetts as Director of the Cranberry Experiment Station on Cape Cod. Tom joined USDA in 2000 as the National Program Leader for Horticulture. In addition to his responsibilities in Horticulture, he has provided leadership in the areas of invasive species and organic agriculture. “The INFEWS Program at the National Science Foundation” T. Torgersen, National Science Foundation 22

“Sensors in Agriculture: Opportunites for Small Businesses” R. Melnick, USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture Rachel Melnick is the National Program Leader for Agroclimatology at USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA). She manages the Plant Production and Protection – Engineering area of the USDA SBIR program as one of 10 National Program Leaders with responsibility for different parts of the SBIR Program.  Rachel also manages competitive research and extension programs outside of the SBIR program such as Climate Masters and Innovations at the Nexus of Food, Energy and Water Systems (INFEWs) with NSF.  Prior to joining the USDA SBIR team, Rachel served as an AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow at USDA NIFA and was a postdoctoral research plant pathologist at the USDA Agricultural Research Service.  She has a background working in integrated pest management and improvement of crop production under drought.  Rachel received her B.S. in Biology from Bloomsburg University and her M.S. and Ph.D. in Plant Pathology from Penn State University.  Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


“Spectral Imaging and Instrumentation for Food Safety Evaluation of Agricultural Products” M. S. Kim, USDA-ARS Moon S Kim joined the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Agricultural Research Service (ARS) in 1999. Prior to joining USDA-ARS, he held positions at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, MD for more than 10 years. While working full time at NASA, he also earned advanced degrees at the University of Maryland, College Park, MD. He directs a multidisciplinary team of researchers, collaborating ARS laboratories, cooperating universities, and other government agencies to develop innovative sensing methodologies and technologies to address food safety concerns for food production, to aid in reducing food safety risks in food processing. He leads the development of novel instruments and sensing technologies, and transformation of these novel technologies into practical instrumentation for scientific and industrial implementations. He is a recognized world leader, sought for his expertise and responsible for his lab’s reputation as the world premier optical sensing research and technology site. He has authored/coauthored more than 360 scientific publications, including over 190 peer reviewed journal articles, 12 U.S. patents, and 9 book chapters, and has received more than 100 invitations for presentations, consultations, and collaborations. Dr. Kim has received three national Federal Laboratory Consortium (FLC) and two mid-Atlantic FLC Excellence in Technology Transfer awards for hyperspectral imaging (2009), automated poultry inspection (2014, 2015), and handheld fluorescence imaging device (2015, 2016). Since 2009, he has served as the chair of the Sensing for Agriculture and Food Quality and Safety Conference, SPIE (International Society for Optical Engineering Symposium). “Sensors in Agriculture, Food and Research; a Biological Perspective for Engineering Food Protection” M. L. Kotewicz, FDA CFSAN Michael Kotewicz is a molecular/ microbiologist with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN), Office of Applied Research and Safety Assessment (OARSA), Division of Molecular Biology (DMB), Molecular Genetics Branch (MGB) in Laurel Maryland. Dr. Kotewicz received his B.A.from University of Washington, Seattle, Washington and his Ph.D. from the Department of Molecular Biology, University of California, Berkeley. After two years of post-doctoral studies at Harvard University,

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he spent 16 years at BRL/LTI and Biotech companies. He holds patents for work at LTI for cloning Moloney murine leukemia virus reverse transcriptase and the development of the first generation of Rnase H deficient RTs. Since 1997, Dr. Kotewicz has worked at the FDA, on foodborne pathogens, their identification and chromosome and genome structure, including Cronobacter, Salmonella and Escherichia coli. His work at the FDA has also included extensive regulatory review for genetically modified crops as well as review of new beneficial bacteria used in Dietary Supplements. While at the FDA he used optical mapping for the study of bacterial genomes from outbreaks. In 2015 he was a panelist for the FDA Food Safety Challenge Award for novel and innovative technology developments in foodborne pathogen detection, specifically with the goal of accelerating the detection of Salmonella in produce. In 2016 he gave two presentations at the international meeting and workshop of the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in April 2016 in Paris, France on“Bioinformatics Analysis of Whole Genome Sequence Data in Submissions of Genetically Engineered Crops” and “High-throughput DNA Sequencing in the Safety Assessment of Genetically Engineered Crops; The US Experience.” He is currently working on the diversity and safety of beneficial microbes found in fermented and cultured foods and their relationships to commercial strains using metagenomic and whole genome studies. “New and Innovative Sensor Technologies for Aquacultural System in China” D. Li, C. Wang, and X. Zhang, China Agricultural University, Research Center for Internet of Things in Agriculture Daoliang Li, is Changjiang Scholar Professor, Ministry of Education, China and director of EU-China Center for ICT in Agriculture and Beijing Engineering Research center for Internet of things in Agriculture, China Agricultural University. His principal research interest is ICTs in agriculture, especially for information processing, smart sensors and automatic control system in aquaculture. He is the editor-in-chief of International Journal of Information processing in Agriculture and the Chair of the Work Group for Advanced Information Processing in Agriculture, International Federation for Information Processing. He also is member of Expert Committee of National rural informatization of China. He was the chairman of of 1st to 9th International conference on computer and computing technologies in agriculture (www.iccta. cn). He coordinated more than 70 international and national research projects, such as FP6, FP7, Horizon2020 and has published more than 200 international journals papers and 8 books, he also has 31 Chinese patents, and he is also the evaluation expert of FP7, Horizon2020 and all Chinese National research programmes.

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This ECS Data Sciences Hack Day is the Society’s first foray in building an electrochemical data science and open source community from the ground up. Dataset sharing and open source software have transformed many “big science” areas such as astronomy, particle physics, synchrotron science, protein and genomic sciences, as well as computational sciences. These fields have been supported by, and have actively developed, cloud-based computing and storage tools such as Github, Zenodo, FigShare, etc. Data science tools and approaches also have the potential to transform bench science like electrochemistry. The critical need is to build a community of electrochemical data scientists, the people who will contribute to a growing library of shared experimental and computational datasets, and who develop and adapt open source software tools.

OCTOBER 4, 2017 NATIONAL HARBOR, MD

Introduction to a few data science tools (2 hours) David Beck and Matt Murbach

Meet the Organizers

This segment will introduce several tools for contributing to and building open-source software for scientific data analysis. The format will be based on the Software Carpentry workshops (https://softwarecarpentry.org) and will include basic techniques for working with git/ GitHub. Attendees will be required to have a basic set of software (text editor, python with Anaconda, bash shell) installed on their computers prior to the event. The last 45 minutes will be a walkthrough of a basic example of using the above techniques to write a script for plotting and analyzing data discussed in the first part of the hack day. Daniel Swartz

Matthew Murbach

David Beck

Professors Daniel Schwartz and David Beck will lead the session, supported by Matthew Murbach. Daniel Schwartz is the Boeing-Sutter Professor of Chemical Engineering and Director of the Clean Energy Institute at the University of Washington, and brings electrochemistry and modeling expertise to the team. David Beck is a Sr. Data Scientist with the eSciences Institute at the University of Washington, and leads regular hackathons; he is Associate Director of the NSF Data Intensive Research Enabling CleanTech (DIRECT) PhD training program. Matthew Murbach is president of the University of Washington ECS Student Chapter, and an advanced data sciences PhD trainee; he has been leading the student section software development sessions on the UW campus, and has practical experience coaching electrochemical scientists and engineers in software development.

Who Should Attend? All electrochemists and electrochemical engineers can benefit from this workshop, whether experimentally or theoretically focused. Learning how to create, share, use, and improve open source software tools and public datasets is one way to accelerate research progress in our field.

Travel Grants Proposals are currently pending to support a limited number of participants for the hack day event. Watch for our e-mail announcing ECS hack day travel award opportunities!

Schedule

Kick-off and overview (1 hour) – Daniel Schwartz

The introduction will describe how data science tools are transforming other fields, and then will introduce some of the traditional methods for acquiring and analyzing electrochemical data. The focus of this introduction will be to demonstrate how data science tools can facilitate closer collaboration between modeling and experimental communities. Participants will engage in a discussion of how to extend these techniques to new domains, ideas for making the analysis easier to implement for experimentalists, as well as areas where software can improve the reproducibility or usefulness of electrochemical analysis. 26

Lunch (1 hour) Sponsored by the UW Clean Energy Institute

The lunch break will provide an opportunity for attendees to interact, discuss ideas, and brainstorm projects for the afternoon hack session. The lunch session will begin with brief, 2-3 minute pitches of some ideas for the hack session. Discussions during lunch can be used to refine the ideas and form teams. Time will also be available for anyone who needs help troubleshooting the installation of their software to get help from the organizers.

Hack session (4 hours) David Beck and Matt Murbach

The goal of the session will be to brainstorm and add new features to existing software, create new software tools for open-source analysis of electrochemical data, and foster interactions between modelers and experimentalists. A few ideas for projects will be pre-selected (by working with those attendees who have significant experience or projects of their own) with the opportunity for self-generated projects being encouraged. After a short brainstorming discussion, groups will coalesce around the projects of interest where those with significant experience are distributed among the groups. Time will then be given to work on these projects with a half hour reserved at the end for a 5-minute discussion of the progress made for each project. A project page, through the Center for Open Science’s Open Science Framework, will be created to record and share the results of the workshop.

Selection of Attendees The goal of this event is to increase awareness and impact of data science tools, open source software, and shared datasets in electrochemistry by bringing together people from different backgrounds to collaborate. We expect to have 36 slots for attendees, and will seek to build a cohort comprised of people with a diverse mix of experimental and theoretical electrochemical expertise, as well as a range of prior experiences creating and using open source software and python programing.

Application Process Interested? An application was required to attend but if you would like more information on future editions of this workshop, please stop by customer service to join the mailing list. Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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“Exploring Ideas for Next Generation Researchˮ Sunday, 1400-1800h Chesapeake G/H/I

Program Overview ECS’s OpenCon is a satellite event of the main OpenCon, an international event hosted by the Right to Research Coalition, a student sponsored organization of SPARC, the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition. The main OpenCon is hosted once a year; the launch took place in 2016 in Washington DC and in 2017 it will be in Berlin. To date, over 40 satellite events have taken place in 25 countries with more than 2,000 attendees. OpenCon satellites are an excellent way to start the discussion about open access and open science in a group or community. Educating scientists about the benefits of open science is an important step in changing how research is conducted and shared. ECS OpenCon will introduce meeting attendees to an array of open concepts in research (open data, open access, open science, open education, etc.) and will facilitate the understanding needed to Free the Science, ECS’s long-term vision to lead the physical sciences in a paradigm shift in research communications. OpenCon will be ECS’s first, large community event aimed at creating a culture of change in how research is designed, shared, discussed, and disseminated, with the ultimate goal of making scientific progress faster. Featuring the vocal advocates in the open movement listed below, ECS’s OpenCon will examine the intersection of advances in research infrastructure, the researcher experience, funder mandates and policies, as well as the global shift that is happening in traditional scholarly communications. The ECS OpenCon is free and open to the ECS meeting attendees and the general public. The event will also be broadcast live via the ECS YouTube channel.

Agenda 1400h ����������� Welcome: Johna Leddy, president, ECS 1410h ����������� Keynote: “The Importance of Open Science in a Changing Scholarly Communications Paradigm” Speaker: Ashley Farley, open access program associate, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation 1440h ����������� Free the Science Overview and Update: EJ Taylor, co-chair ECS Free the Science Advisory Board and treasurer, ECS 1455h ����������� Open Science Speaker: Brian Nosek, co-founder, Center for Open Science 1515h ����������� Open Access Speaker: Nick Shockey, director of programs and engagement, SPARC 1535 ������������� Open Data Speaker: Meredith Morovati, executive director, Dryad

1610 ������������� TOPICAL SESSIONS Open and Government Speaker: Dina Paltoo, director, Division of Scientific Data Sharing Policy, Office of Science Policy, National Institutes of Health Open and Academia Speaker: Dan Schwartz, director, Clean Energy Institute, University of Washington 1650 ������������� Panel Discussion: “Changing Culture: How are the Different Constituencies Represented at this OpenCon Going to Move the Needle on How Science is Communicated?” All speakers invited to sit on the facilitated panel discussion. 1735 ������������� Closing Remarks, Johna Leddy, president, ECS 1800 ������������� 232nd ECS Meeting Opening Reception

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Speakers Ashley Farley

Associate Officer, Open Access Team, Knowledge and Research Services, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Over the past decade Ashley has worked in both academic and public libraries, focusing on digital inclusion and providing access to scholarly content. She is completing her masters in library and information sciences through the University of Washington’s Information School. At the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Ashely serves on the core open access team, focusing on the implementation of the Foundation’s open access policy. This includes the development of Chronos, a newly created service for its grantees and staff, as well as leading the implementation of Gates Open Research, a revolutionary publishing platform hosted by F1000. This work has sparked a passion for promoting open access, believing that freely accessible knowledge has the power to improve and save lives.

Meredith Morovati

Executive Director, Dryad Dryad is a general-purpose curated data repository that makes the data underlying scientific publications openly available, integrated with the scholarly literature, and routinely re-used to enhance knowledge. Meredith has over eight years of nonprofit leadership experience including community outreach, business development, organizational change, and public speaking both at Dryad and as the vice president of membership for the American Society of Echocardiography. Her previous experience includes scholarly publishing at Oxford University Press and Blackwell Publishers, where she worked on international journals’ marketing efforts and new acquisition pitches.

Brian Nosek

Co-founder and Executive Director, Center for Open Science COS, which operates the Open Science Framework, is enabling open and reproducible research practices worldwide. Brian is also a professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Virginia. He received his PhD from Yale University in 2002. He cofounded Project Implicit, a multi-university collaboration for research and education investigating implicit cognition—thoughts and feelings that occur outside of awareness or control. Brian investigates the gap between values and practices, such as when behavior is influenced by factors other than one’s intentions and goals. Nosek applies this interest to improve the alignment between personal and organizational values and practices. In 2015, he was named one of Nature’s 10 and to the Chronicle for Higher Education Influence list.

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Dina Paltoo

Director, Division of Scientific Data Sharing, Office of Science Policy, Office of the Director, National Institutes of Health Dina received her PhD from Howard University in physiology and biophysics. After completing a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, she returned to Howard University in a research position and was on faculty at Morgan State University. She then focused her research in molecular epidemiology as a Cancer Prevention Fellow at the National Cancer Institute, earned an MPH from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and served as a program director at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, where she initiated and managed research programs in genomics and pharmacogenomics. Until 2016, Dina was the director of the Genetics, Health, and Society Program in the Office of Science Policy at the National Institutes of Health, where she managed many activities including NIH’s genomic data sharing policy, implementation, and oversight. In her current position she is responsible for biomedical research policy development pertaining to data sharing in the areas of genomics and health, and scientific data management: https://osp.od.nih.gov/scientific-data-sharing/.

Daniel Schwartz

Director, Clean Energy Institute, University of Washington In addition to being the director of the Clean Energy Institute, Dan is the Boeing-Sutter Professor of Chemical Engineering at UW, an ECS Fellow, and recipient of national and campus awards recognizing excellence in education, research, and leadership. Recipient of the University’s Distinguished Graduate Mentoring Award, Dan has been a participant and leader of graduate educational innovations that seek to keep UW students at the cutting edge of their field, including NSF interdisciplinary training programs in bioenergy, big data (hosted by the eSciences Institute), and Data Intensive Research to Enable CleanTech (DIRECT, hosted by the Clean Energy Institute).

Nick Shockey

Director of Programs and Engagement, SPARC; Founding Director, Right to Research Coalition At SPARC (Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition), Nick is responsible for growing engagement with members and the wider community, managing SPARC’s digital platforms, and developing initiatives across SPARC’s program areas. In 2009 Nick led the launch of the Right to Research Coalition, an international alliance of student organizations that promotes open access to the results of research through advocacy and education. The alliance now includes more than 90 student organizations, collectively representing nearly 7 million students in more than 100 countries. In 2014, Nick led the launch of OpenCon. Nick’s other efforts to raise awareness of open access beyond the research community include the production of “Open Access Explained!”, a popular video made in partnership with PhD Comics.

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Plenary & Society Awards

Plenary & Awards Plenary Session

The Plenary Session Monday, 1700-1800h Maryland A&B

Come together with participants from every symposium to close out Monday evening during the Plenary Session and recognize, honor, and listen to some of the greatest minds in the field. Join ECS President Johna Leddy as she congratulates distinguished Society

award winners Philippe Marcus, and Eric Wachsman, inducts the 2017 class of fellows, honors the young author award winners, and finally welcomes Steven Chu to give his ECS Lecture on “The Role of Electrochemistry in our Transition to Sustainable Energy”.

The ECS Lecture The Role of Electrochemistry in our Transition to Sustainable Energy by Steven Chu Steven Chu is the William R. Kenan, Jr., Professor of Physics and Professor of Molecular & Cellular Physiology at Stanford University. He has published over 275 papers in fields that include atomic physics, polymer physics, biophysics, biology, energy, batteries and holds 11 patents. Currently, he is developing new optical nanoparticle probes and new optical, acoustic and photoacoustic imaging methods for applications in biology and biomedicine. He is also exploring new approaches to lithium-ion batteries, PM2.5 air filtration, and other applications of nanotechnology. Chu was the 12th U.S. Secretary of Energy from January 2009 until April 2013. As the first scientist to hold a Cabinet position, he recruited outstanding scientists and engineers into the Department of Energy. He began several initiatives including ARPA-E (Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy), the Energy Innovation Hubs, the U.S. – China Clean Energy Research Centers (CERC), and was personally tasked by President Obama to assist BP in stopping the Deepwater Horizon oil leak.

Prior to his Cabinet post, he was director of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Professor of Physics and Molecular and Cell Biology at UC Berkeley from 2005 to 2008. Previously, he was the Theodore and Francis Geballe Professor of Physics and Applied Physics at Stanford University. He helped launch Bio-X at Stanford University, a multidisciplinary institute combining the physical and biological sciences with medicine and engineering, and the Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology. Previously, he was head of the Quantum Electronics Research Department at AT&T Bell Laboratories. Chu is the co-recipient of the Nobel Prize for Physics (1997) for his contributions to laser cooling and atom trapping. He is a member of the National Academy of Sciences, the American Philosophical Society, the National Academy of Inventors, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Academia Sinica, and is a foreign member of the Royal Society, the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and the Korean Academy of Sciences and Technology. He received an AB degree in mathematics and a BS degree in physics from the University of Rochester. He earned a PhD in physics from the University of California, Berkeley, and has 30 honorary degrees.

Five Questions with Steven Chu What part is electrochemistry going to play in energy production? I've been going around giving talks for the last two years saying that electrochemistry's about to see a real resurgence because if you look over the horizon, electricity's going to cost three cents, then two cents, and even less per kilowatt hour. At two cents per kilowatt hour, all of a sudden electrochemistry becomes something very real. There are ways you can have clean energy powering a mixture of wind, hydro, sun, pump water source, all sorts of things, so you can run an electrochemical plant 24/7. Things are wide open now. Renewable electricity can be cheap at certain times and if you have the right kind of storage to keep an electrochemical plant going 24/7, then you’re in a different ballgame. To me, that’s very exciting because that means a new world is going to open up. Are you optimistic about the future of energy? I think as a scientist, you have to be optimistic because usually what you’re doing is trying to shoot for the moon. My optimism comes from the fact that you’ve got a whole bunch of very smart people who are focused on all of the technical problems in the world, including sustainability, energy, and climate change. These researchers are very motivated, and I just hope that someday soon the U.S. federal government goes back to supporting this kind of work.

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You were awarded the 1997 Nobel Prize in Physics “for development of methods to cool and trap atoms with laser light.” Tell us about that work. I kind of independently discovered a proposal that had been around for a while. It was a very famous paper that I stumbled upon in ’83. I went to my director at Bell Labs and said, “I think this is going to work. It's so simple, it's got to work.” Within 12 months from the time I had the idea, I actually sat down and wrote the first draft of the so-called “optical molasses paper,” the three-dimensional cooling that got atoms down below a quarter of a thousandth of a degree above absolute zero. A year later we trapped atoms. A year after that we got a much better combined, cooled atom trap. And in those three years, especially the last trap, the so-called “magneto-optic trap,” that brought laser cooling and trapping to the world. How did you become U.S. Secretary of Energy? In mid-November I got a phone call saying the President-elect would like to talk to me about an important job, so I said, “How important?” When they said Secretary of Energy, I said, “Okay, I might consider that one.” So I flew to Chicago and talked to [Obama] one-on-one for about an hour. I came away thinking that I really liked this guy. We see eye to eye on many things, most things regarding energy. I told my wife, “If he asks me, I’ll say yes.” So I went to Washington and tried to help the President develop clean energy solutions and a lot of it worked. Now the current administration is trying to udo most of it, but some of it can’t be undone. Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


Plenary & Awards Society Awards

Olin Palladium Award

Norman Hackerman Young Author Award

Corrosion Mechanisms at the Atomic or Nanometric Scale By Philippe Marcus

Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy and Hydrodynamic Voltammetry Investigation of Charge Transfer Mechanisms on Redox Active Polymers By Mark Burgess

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Mark Burgess completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Utah, where he received a BS in chemistry, with an emphasis in chemical physics in May 2013. While at the University of Utah, he performed undergraduate research under the direction of Henry S. White concerning finite element modeling of nano-electrochemical cells. Burgess continued his studies in electroanalytical chemistry by pursuing a PhD at the University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, working under the guidance of Joaquín RodríguezLópez. While at Illinois, Burgess’ research has centered on characterizing the electrochemical dynamics of soluble redox active polymers in conjunction with research efforts sponsored by the Joint Center for Energy Storage Research. Burgess has broad research interests, but he has specialized in advanced electroanalytical analysis using scanning electrochemical microscopy to study soluble redox active macromolecular systems. Burgess has been recognized with many professional honors including a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship and a Department of Energy Graduate Student Research Award.

Carl Wagner Memorial Award

Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy and Hydrodynamic Voltammetry Investigation of Charge Transfer Mechanisms on Redox Active Polymers by Kenneth Hernández-Burgos

Tuesday, 1010h National Harbor 7

Mixed Protonic-Electronic Membrane Reactors; Converting Hydrocarbon Resources and CO2 to Fuels By Eric Wachsman Eric D. Wachsman is the director of the Maryland Energy Innovation Institute and Crentz Centennial Chair in Energy Research, with appointments in both the Department of Materials Science and Engineering and the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Maryland. Wachsman is a fellow of both The Electrochemical Society and the American Ceramic Society and serves on the ECS Board of Directors. In addition, he is the editor of Ionics; on the editorial board of Scientific Reports, Energy Systems, and Energy Technology; and a member of the American Chemical Society, the International Society for Solid State Ionics, and the Materials Research Society. His research is focused on solid ion-conducting materials and electrocatalysts, and includes the development of solid oxide fuel cells, solid state batteries, ion-transport membrane reactors, and solid state gas sensors. He has more than 250 publications and 17 patents on ionic and electronic transport in materials, their catalytic properties, and device performance.

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Norman Hackerman Young Author Award

Kenneth Hernández-Burgos earned a BA in chemistry from the University of Puerto Rico at Río Piedras (UPR-RP) in 2010. During his time at UPR-RP, he was a Minority Access for Research Careers Fellow and investigated the electrochemical and spectrochemical properties of ferrocene derivatives under the supervision of Ana R. Guadalupe. He earned his PhD at Cornell University, where he was advised by Héctor D. Abruña. During that time, he mastered the design and characterization of organic electrode materials for electrical energy storage applications. Currently Hernández-Burgos is a Beckman Fellow at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he is conducting his research, to the design and characterization of redox-active polymers (RAPs) for redox flow batteries, in the Joaquín RodríguezLópez lab. (continued on next page)

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Philippe Marcus is the director of research at CNRS (National Centre for Scientific Research) and head of the research group of physical chemistry of surfaces at the Institut de Recherche de Chimie Paris, at Chimie ParisTech, France. Marcus received his PhD (1979) in physical sciences from University Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris, France. His field of research is surface electrochemistry and corrosion science, with emphasis on understanding the relationship between structure and properties of metal surfaces and oxide films at the atomic or nanometric scale. Marcus has received the Corrosion Division H. H. Uhlig Award (2005) from The Electrochemical Society, Whitney Award (2008) from NACE International, Cavallaro Medal (2008) of the European Federation of Corrosion, U.R. Evans Award (2010) of the UK Institute of Corrosion, and the Lee Hsun Award of the Institute of Metals Research (2012) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. He is a fellow of The Electrochemical Society (2005) and of the International Society of Electrochemistry (2009). He is currently chairman of the EFC Working Party on Surface Science and Mechanisms of Corrosion and Protection, chairman of the International Steering Committee for the European Conferences on Applications of Surface and Interface Analysis, and vice president of CEFRACOR (French Corrosion Center).


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Bruce Deal & Andy Grove Young Author Award Toward Practical Non-Contact Optical Strain Sensing Using Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes by Peng Sun

Division Award Winners

Peng (Patrick) Sun is a postdoctoral research fellow in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. His research focus is on the creation of smart sensing technologies using microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and nanotechnology, as well as the application of smart sensing systems and algorithms in structural health monitoring and damage identification. He is

particularly interested in combining knowledge in civil engineering and other disciplines to convert traditional structures into more intelligent systems through the integration of sensing. Sun obtained his PhD from Rice University in May 2017. His PhD study was focused on developing a novel, noncontact, full-field, strain sensing technology. He received his MS (2012) and BS (2009) in earthquake engineering and civil engineering, respectively, both from Southeast University in China, where he carried out investigations on system identification and signal processing using structural vibration.

Division Awards

Battery Division Technology Award Thursday, 1400h

Battery Division Technology Award

Progress in High-Capacity Gradient Layered Li[NixCoyMnz]O2 Cathodes for Lithium-ion Batteries By Yang-Kook Sun

Requirements and Approaches for Next Generation Battery Technologies for Energy Storage and Transportation By Jun Liu

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Yang-Kook Sun is presently Professor of Energy Engineering at the Hanyang University in Seoul, South Korea. He received his PhD in chemical engineering at the Seoul National University in 1992. He was group leader at Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology and contributed to the commercialization of the lithium polymer battery. His major research interests are design, synthesis, and structural analysis of advanced energy storage, and conversion materials for application in electrochemical devices, lithium-ion, lithium-sulfur, lithium-air, and sodium-ion batteries. One of his major achievements is the discovery of a new concept of layered concentration gradient NCM cathode materials for lithiumion batteries. Sun has several international collaborations around the world. He is the author of more than 474 publications in peerreviewed scientific journals and 341 registered and applied patents.

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Wednesday, 1510h Maryland A

Jun Liu is currently a Battelle Fellow at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), and the director for the Innovation Center for Battery 500 Consortium, a multi-institute program to develop next generation lithium batteries supported by the U.S. Department of Energy. In the past, he has served as the division director of the Energy Processes and Materials Division and fellow at PNNL, the science lead for the Joint Center for Energy Storage, thrust lead for the Integrated Center for Nanotechnologies, senior scientist at Lucent Bell Laboratories, Sandia National Laboratories, and PNNL. Liu is an elected member of Washington Academy of Science, a Materials Research Society fellow, and an American Association for the Advancement of Science fellow. Liu is recognized in both fundamental research and technology development. He has more than 350 peer-reviewed publications, an h-factor of 90 (Web of Science), and his research received over 40,000 citations over the years. Liu is among the top one percent highest cited researchers by Thomson Reuters in chemistry, materials science, and engineering. He has been named PNNL Inventor of the Year, and Battelle Distinguished Inventor.

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Plenary & Awards Division Awards

Battery Division Research Award Tuesday, 1000h Maryland D

Developments of New Ionic Conductors and Their Application to All-Solid-State Batteries By Ryoji Kanno

Battery Division Postdoctoral Associate Research Award Sponsored by MTI Corporation and the Jiang Family Foundation Tuesday 1200h Maryland D

K-Ion Battery for a Next-Generation Energy Storage System By Haegyeom Kim Haegyeom Kim received his BS degree (2009) from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering in Hanyang University, his MS degree (2011) on graphene-based hybrid electrodes for lithium rechargeable batteries at graduate school of EEWS from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, and his PhD degree (2015) on graphite derivatives for Li and Na rechargeable batteries at Seoul National University. Currently, he is a postdoctoral researcher at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. His current research interest lies in the development of novel electrode materials for Li, Na, and K ion batteries as well as the investigation of underlying energy storage mechanisms. His accomplishments have been recognized by the ECS Energy Technology Division Graduate Student Award sponsored by Bio-Logic, ECS Korea Section Student Award, Best Graduate Thesis Award of Seoul National University, and Global PhD Fellowship from the Korean Government.

Tuesday 1040h Maryland D

The Solvation Structure of Active Cations in Next-Generation Battery Electrolytes By Kimberly See Kimberly A. See is an assistant professor of chemistry in the Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Division at California Institute of Technology. She received her BS in chemistry from the Colorado School of Mines in 2009, where she worked with John Turner and Todd Deutsch at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory on photoelectrochemical water splitting. Following a year at the University of Colorado working with Gordana Dukovic on zinc oxide nanoparticle synthesis and a year in industry at NuSil Technology working on high refractive index silicones, See went to the University of California, Santa Barbara for her PhD. She worked with Ram Seshadri and Galen Stucky on next-generation batteries and received her PhD in 2014. Kim was then awarded the St. Elmo Brady Future Faculty Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign and worked with Andrew Gewirth in the Department of Chemistry until the fall of 2017. Her postdoctoral work focused on the solvation structure of active cations in electrolyte solutions in Li-S and Mg batteries. See is interested in understanding and manipulating the fundamental processes that control the electrochemical performance of energy storage materials.

Battery Division Student Research Award Tuesday, 0900h Maryland D

A Guide to Ethylene Carbonate-Free Electrolyte Making for Li-ion Cells By Lin Ma Lin Ma’s academic career has revolved around the research of lithium-ion batteries. He began his scientific career under the supervision of Dr. Yong Yang at Xiamen University in China, where he obtained his BA (2012) in chemistry. During this time, he had accumulated relevant experience on synthesizing and characterizing typical cathode materials of lithium-ion batteries. Ma obtained his MSc (2014) at Dalhousie University in Canada. During that time, he focused on characterizing the reactions between charged electrodes and different electrolytes at elevated temperatures using accelerating rate calorimetry. His PhD work is currently focusing on increasing energy density and lowering cost for lithium-ion batteries by developing novel electrolyte systems. This work is supervised under Dr. Jeff Dahn at Dalhousie University and exclusively sponsored by Tesla Motors/Energy. He has published 26 peer-reviewed papers and a co-authored a U.S. patent. (continued on next page)

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Ryoji Kanno is a professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology’s School of Materials and Chemical Technology. He received his PhD in science from Osaka University in 1985. Since 1980, Kanno has been investigating materials for electrochemical energy conversion devices, particularly lithium battery and solid oxide fuel cells. His research focuses on the development of new materials and finding superionic conducting materials for lithium battery electrodes, electrolytes for all-solid-state batteries, and solid oxide fuel cells. He has developed new outstanding materials such as LGPS, which exceeds the conductivity values of liquid electrolytes. He showed that the all-solid-state battery is a promising category of electrochemical energy storage devices for the next generation. Kanno has received various honors from the Chemical Society of Japan, The Electrochemical Society of Japan, Japan Society of Powder and Powder Metallurgy, The American Ceramic Society, and Kato Foundation for Promotion of Science. He is presently Associate Dean of the School of Materials and Chemical Technology at the Tokyo Institute of Technology.

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Corrosion Division H. H. Uhlig Award

Electrodeposition Division Research Award

Advanced Experimental and Modelling Approaches to Understand and Predict Better Corrosion of Metals By Herman Terryn

Metal Deposition Assisted by UPD Monolayers-Fundamentals and Applications By Stanko Brankovic

Herman Terryn is a full professor at Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) Belgium and a part-time professor at TU-Delft in the Netherlands. He is head of the Department of Chemistry and Materials at VUB. He is chairman of the board of research council faculty of engineering at VUB and president of a research group focused on materials and surface science. Throughout his career, Terryn has published over 400 papers and has an h-index of 38. His research interests include surface treatments, surface analysis, interfaces, local electrochemistry, corrosion, and protection. Among his honors and awards, Terryn has received the Eu-Award Europeans Federation of Corrosion (2014), Belgian Chair Francqui UAntwerpen: Durability of Materials (2016), and Honorary Professor University of Science and Technology (2017).

Stanko R. Brankovic obtained a BE in chemical and biochemical engineering in 1994 from University of Belgrade and a PhD in science and engineering of materials in 1999 from Arizona State University (Tempe). Before joining the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at University of Houston in 2005, he spent two years as postdoctoral research associate at Brookhaven National Laboratory (1999-2001) and four years as a research staff member at Seagate Research Center in Pittsburgh (2001-2005). Brankovic currently serves as a board member of the Electrocatalysis journal and he is the vice chair of the ECS Electrodeposition Division. His research interests span in different areas of material and surface science including thin films, corrosion, electrocatalysis, electrodeposition, magnetic materials, nanofabrication, and sensors. His work has been acknowledged by the University of Houston Research and Excellence Award (2010) and National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Award (2010).

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Division Award Winners

Corrosion Division Morris Cohen Graduate Student Award Tuesday, 1430h Camelia 2

Novel Insights into the Corrosion of Magnesium Alloys By Mohsen Esmaily Mohsen Esmaily is currently a postdoctoral research fellow at Chalmers University of Technology’s Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering in Sweden. He earned a BS degree in materials science in 2009 and an MS degree in advanced engineering materials from the University of Manchester in 2011. He received his PhD degree in materials science and engineering from Chalmers University of Technology in 2016. Esmaily has been working on the corrosion of light alloys including magnesium, aluminum alloys and some selected composites, with a particular interest in corrosion control of cast magnesium alloys through controlling of the solidification process. Esmaily’s achievements in the field of atmospheric corrosion have been recognized and rewarded by the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences, and the Wallenberg Foundation. In 2017, Mohsen co-authored a comprehensive review that summarized decades of Mg corrosion research. He is an active member of The Electrochemical Society, The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, and Materials Research Society.

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Wednesday, 1400h Chesapeake H

Electrodeposition Division Early Career Investigator Award Wednesday, 1440h Chesapeake H

Magnetocapacitive Carbon Nanocomposites By Jiahua Zhu Jiahua Zhu is an assistant professor in the Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Akron. Zhu received his PhD in chemical engineering from Lamar University in 2013 and received a MS in the same topic from Nanjing University of Technology (2009). Zhu’s current research interest covers the fundamental study of multifunctional polymer- and carbon-based nanocomposites and explores their applications in emerging fields such as heat transport, energy storage, catalysis, and environmental remediation. Zhu has co-authored more than 100 peerreviewed journal articles and three book chapters. His work has been cited more than 4,000 times with h-index of 37. Zhu has actively served on The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) and AIChE as symposium organizer and session chair since 2011 and as a reviewer for more than 40 scientific journals. He was awarded the Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad, Young Leader Development Award from the Functional Material Division of TMS and Early Career Award from the Polymer Processing Society.

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Plenary & Awards Division Awards

High Temperature Materials Division J. Bruce Wagner, Jr. Award Wednesday, 1340h National Harbor 7

Disorder and Transport in Pyrochlore Oxides By Cortney Kreller

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Division Award Winners

Cortney Kreller is a staff scientist in the Materials Physics and Applications Division at Los Alamos National Laboratory. She earned a BS in chemical engineering from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and MS and PhD in chemical engineering from the University of Washington. Under the guidance of Stuart Adler, her graduate research focused on the measurement and modeling of nonlinear rate processes governing the performance of solid oxide fuel cell cathodes. Following her PhD, she did postdoc work at Imperial College London and Los Alamos National Laboratory. Kreller’s research interests include electrochemical sensors, electrosynthesis of fuels, intermediate temperature fuel cells, and the interplay of crystalline disorder and ionic transport. She has coorganized several symposia at ECS conferences and is a member-atlarge of the ECS High Temperature Materials Division.

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2017 Class of Fellows Christian Amatore is a member of the French Académie des Sciences, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Academia Europae, and of the Third World Academy of Sciences. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, Chinese Chemical Society, International Society of Electrochemistry, and the Israeli Chemical Society. He has published more than 480 primary research publications culminating in more than 21,200 citations with an h-index of 73 and an average yearly citation rate of ca. 1,200 over the past five years. His research interests are extremely wide, from chemistry and catalysis to biology, all rooted in electrochemistry and based quantitative measurements supported by original theoretical models. With Mark Wightman, Amatore was one of the main pioneers of microand ultra-microelectrodes in electrochemistry. His research impact is best illustrated by the rationalization of electron transfer catalysis, the mechanisms of electron transfer activation of molecules; and more recently by a thorough elucidation of the most important mechanistic aspects of homogeneous catalysis by palladium complexes, and by investigations of single living cells with ultramicro- and nanoelectrodes aimed to increase our current understanding of vesicular exocytosis by endocrine cells and neurons or oxidative stress. Khalil Amine is an Argonne Distinguished Fellow and the manager of the Advanced Battery Technology team at Argonne National Laboratory, where he is responsible for directing the research and development of advanced materials and battery systems for HEV, PHEV, EV, satellite, military, and medical applications. He is also deputy director of U.S.-China Clean Energy Research Center and serves as a committee member of the U.S. National Research Consul and U.S. Academy of Sciences. Amine is an adjunct professor at Stanford University, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, and Peking University. Among his many awards, Amine is a recipient of Scientific American’s Top Worldwide 50 Researcher Award (2003), University of Chicago Distinguished Performance Award (2008), U.S. Federal Laboratory Award for Excellence in Technology Transfer (2009), DOE Vehicle Technologies Office Award (2013), and is the five-time recipient of the R&D 100 Award. Amine holds over 176 patents and patent applications and was the most cited scientist in the world in the field of battery technology. He serves as the president of the International Meeting on Lithium Batteries. Plamen Atanassov  received his MS from the University of Sofia in chemical physics and PhD from the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences in physical chemistry. His career started as a member of the technical staff at the central laboratory of Electrochemical Power Sources in metal-air batteries, and a visiting scientist at the Frumkin’s Institute of Electrochemistry, specializing in bioelectrochemistry. Atanassov moved to the U.S. in 1992 and joined the research faculty at the University of New Mexico (UNM). During the 1990s he was involved in the development of electrochemical biosensors for biomedical, environmental, food, and defense applications. 36

In 1999, Atanassov joined Superior MicroPowders, where he was a project leader in fuel cell electrocatalysts development, and introduced spray pyrolysis for catalyst synthesis on an industrial scale. He returned to UNM in 2000 as tenure-track faculty member. In 2007, he founded the UNM Center for Emerging Energy Technologies. Currently, he is Distinguished Professor of Chemical & Biological Engineering and Chemistry & Biology. Since 2015, he has been the director of the UNM Center for Micro-Engineered Materials. Scott Barnett is a professor in the Materials Science and Engineering Department at Northwestern University. After receiving his PhD in metallurgy from the University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign in 1982, he held postdoctoral appointments at the University of Illinois and Linkøping University (Sweden). He took his present position at Northwestern University in 1986. He has worked on ion-assisted deposition of semiconductor and ceramic thin films and coatings and developed ultra-hard nitride nano-layered coatings. Barnett’s research utilizes physical vapor and colloidal deposition methods for producing ceramic materials with energy applications, including lithium-ion battery electrodes, solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs), and reversible solid oxide cells (ReSOCs). He was among the first to propose and then demonstrate SOFCs with thin supported electrolytes. Barnett is currently developing pressurized intermediate-temperature ReSOCs for achieving electricity storage with high round-trip efficiency, and is using accelerated testing to characterize SOFC degradation processes. He has published more than 250 refereed papers and has an h-index of 72 (Google Scholar). Christina Bock is a senior research scientist at the National Research Council (NRC) in Ottawa, Canada, where she led the research group on electrocatalysis and electrochemical processes. More recently, her role has shifted to leading the R&D efforts in manufacturing, materials improvement, and accelerated testing for NRC’s Energy Storage Program for the renewal of the electrical grid. She joined NRC after graduating from the University of Calgary in May 1997. Her research originally focused on electrocatalysis for waste water treatment, fuel cells, electrochemical water splitting reactions, and as of recently, focuses on cathode materials for batteries. Bock has authored numerous original research articles in well regarded journals, five book chapters, and has numerous technical reports sponsored by industrial partners. She joined ECS in 1993 during her graduate studies in Canada. Since becoming a member, she has been actively involved with ECS at many levels, including serving as treasurer and currently as vice president. In 2010, she and her colleague Johna Leddy initiated the first  ECS International Electrochemical Energy Summit

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Marca Doeff is a staff scientist in the Energy Storage and Distributed Resources Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) and principle investigator working in battery programs funded by the U.S. Department of Energy. Her primary research interests concern materials for energy storage applications, particularly Li-ion batteries, Na-ion batteries, and electrolytes for solid state devices. She has co-authored more than 200 papers, patents, abstracts, and book chapters on these topics, including many in ECS journals. She received her BA in chemistry from Swarthmore College in 1978 and her PhD in inorganic chemistry at Brown University in 1983. After a postdoctoral appointment at UC Santa Barbara, working for Ralph Pearson, she started a position at the Naval Ocean Systems Center in San Diego, CA researching anti-fouling coatings, and then joined LBNL in 1990. She currently serves as vice chair of the ECS Battery Division and has co-organized many symposia for the Society. Mario Ferreira has been active in the field of corrosion for 40 years, making contributions in a number of areas. He is a full professor and head of the Department of Materials and Ceramic Engineering at University of Aveiro. Ferreira’s work appears in top journals, earning him an h-index of 62, which is an extremely high number for the corrosion area and reflects the impact of his work. In his career, he has trained a considerable number of MS and PhD students and postdocs, many of whom are now making major contributions on their own. He has been extremely active in scientific societies, representing Portugal in the International Corrosion Council, participating in different working parties of the European Federation of Corrosion, and as a two-year member of its board of administrators. He is also member of the Steel Advisory Group of the Research Steel and Coal Fund of the European Union. Clare Grey  is the Geoffrey MoorhouseGibson Professor of Chemistry at Cambridge University and a Fellow of Pembroke College Cambridge. She received a BA and PhD (1991) in Chemistry from the University of Oxford. After post-doctoral fellowships in the Netherlands and at DuPont CR&D in Wilmington, DE, she joined the faculty at Stony Brook University (SBU) as an Assistant (1994), Associate (1997) and then Full Professor (2001-2015). She moved to Cambridge in 2009, maintaining an adjunct position at SBU. She was the director (2009-2010) and associate director (2011-2014) of the Northeastern Chemical Energy Storage Center, a DOE Energy Frontier Research Center. Recent honors and awards include the 2011 Royal Society Kavli Lecture and Medal for work relating to the environment and energy, honorary degrees from the Universities of Orleans (2012) and Lancaster (2013), the Gunther Laukien Award from the Experimental NMR Conference (2013), the Research Award from the International Battery Association (2013), the Royal Society Davy Award (2014), Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

and the Arfvedson-Schlenk-Preis from the German Chemical Society (2015). Her current research interests include the use of solid state NMR and diffraction-based methods to determine structurefunction relationships in materials for energy storage (batteries and supercapacitors), conversion (fuel cells), and carbon capture. Robert Huggins obtained a BA in physics from Amherst College, and an MS and ScD in metallurgy from MIT. He has been on the Stanford University faculty since 1954, becoming full professor in 1962.  He initiated the Department of Materials Science in 1959 and founded Stanford’s Center for Materials Research in 1961, where he served as director until 1977. He held an NSF Senior Postdoctoral Fellowship in 1965-66 with Carl Wagner in Göttingen, Germany. Huggins is the author or co-author of over 400 publications and 13 patents. He was editor of the 23 volume book series Annual Review of Materials Science, two books on solid state ionics topics, and two journals, Solid State Ionics, and Materials Research Bulletin. Huggins was one of the founders of the Materials Research Society. From 1991 to 1995 he was chief scientist of the Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research in Ulm, Germany. He was named Honorary Professor at both the University of Ulm (1994) and the University of Kiel (2000) in Germany. He returned to Stanford in 2005. Christopher Johnson is currently a senior chemist and group leader at Argonne National Laboratory, specializing in the research and development of battery materials and battery systems with 25 years of experience. He is known worldwide for his development of state-of-art lithium-ion battery cathode materials. He holds a BS in chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a PhD in chemistry from Northwestern University. He has published over 110 papers and has 24 U.S. patents in the battery field. He has received the research award from the International Battery Association in 2006, and an R&D 100 award for the commercialization of lithium battery materials in 2009. Presently, he is chair of the ECS Battery Division and has been a member of the Society since 1993. Joachim Maier  is director at the Max Planck Institute (MPI) for Solid State Research and heads the Department of Physical Chemistry of Solids. Maier studied chemistry in Saarbrücken and earned his MA and PhD in physical chemistry there. He received his professorial degree at the University of Tübingen. From 1982 to 1988, he was a postdoc and staff member at the MPI for Solid State Research. From 1988 to 1991, he led the activities on functional ceramics at the MPI for Metals Research in Stuttgart. From 1988 to 1996, he taught sold state electrochemistry at the MIT as an external faculty member. In 1991 he was appointed director at MPI for Solid State Research and Honorary Professor at the University of Stuttgart. (continued on next page) 37


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He is the recipient of various prizes of national and international societies (including the ECS Norman Hackerman Young Author Award in 1987) and a member of various national and international academies. Maier is editor of Solid State Ionics and past president of the International Society for Solid State Ionics. He has published more than 750 papers in refereed journals in the field of solid state electrochemistry and has been included in the list of the World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds (Thomson Reuters). Rangachary Mukundan is a technical staff member at Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Materials Synthesis and Integrated Devices group. He received his PhD in materials science and engineering from the University of Pennsylvania in 1997. His current research interests include fuel cells, electrochemical gas sensors, and energy storage devices. Mukundan is the co-inventor on six U.S. patents and has authored over 100 peer-reviewed journal and transaction papers, cited over 5,000 times. His work has also been recognized through numerous awards, including an R&D 100 award in 1999, Scientific American’s Top 50 Science and Technology Achievements in 2003, the ECS High Temperature Materials Division J.B. Wagner Award in 2005, and the ECS Sensor Division Outstanding Achievement Award in 2016. He served on the ECS Board of Directors from 2006-2008 as the ECS Sensor Division chair and is currently serving as technical editor in the area of sensors and measurement sciences for the Journal of The Electrochemical Society. Tae-Yeon Seong received his degree in materials science from the University of Oxford in 1992. After two years as a postdoctoral fellow, he joined the Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, where he served as department chair and director for the Brain Korea 21 Centre for Advanced Materials. In 2005, he moved to the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Korea University, where he served as department chair and Director for Brain Korea 21 Centre for Advanced Device Materials (2011-2016). He also served as Associate Dean of Research, College of Engineering at Korea University (2014-2015). Seong was president of Korea Society of Optoelectronics in 2014. He was also advisory committee member of Ministry of Education of Korea (2005-2008). His current research philosophy is focused on innovations in developing efficient device processing technologies and transparent electrodes for replacing ITO that bring new functionality to optoelectronic devices, such as LEDs and OLEDs, and characterizing semiconductor and electronic materials. Seong has authored and co-authored about 420 papers and holds 230 patents issued or pending. He is currently a life member of ECS and served as editorial advisory committee member for the ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology and ECS Solid State Letters.

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Yang Shao-Horn is currently the W.M. Keck Professor of Energy and Professor of Mechanical Engineering, at MIT’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering. Throughout her career, ShaoHorn has focused her research on the chemical physics of surfaces with emphasis on metal oxides, including oxide-solve interface in Li-batteries, descriptors of catalytic activity, wetting properties and ion transport, and design materials and devices for solar fuel including water splitting, carbon dioxide reduction, and metal-oxygen redox chemistry. Shao-Horn’s research includes experimental components comprising synthesis of well-defined surfaces and nanostructured materials, and investigation of processes at the surfaces/interfaces using (electro) chemical methods coupled with  ex situ and in situ X-ray-based and electron-based spectroscopy. Among her many honors, Shao-Horn has been awarded the ECS Charles Tobias Young Investigator Award, ISE’s Tajima Prize, Gail E. Kendall Professor of Mechanical Engineering, and AAAS Fellow. She has been ranked as a Highly Cited Researcher by Thomson Reuters, with just over 200 journal papers published. Shao-Horn has advised over 70 MS and PhD students. Nianqiang Wu  is currently a professor of materials science at West Virginia University. He received his PhD in materials science and engineering from Zhejiang University, China. He was a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Pittsburgh from 1999 to 2001, and managed Keck Surface Science Center at Northwestern University from 2001-2005. He joined WVU as an assistant professor in 2005. Wu is recognized for the fundamental understanding of charge transfer and energy transfer processes in sensors, photocatalysts, photoelectrochemical cells, and electrochemical devices. His work has advanced the science and technology of biosensors for detection of environmental pollutants and human biomarkers. He is widely recognized for his role in development of theory, materials, and devices for plasmonic solar energy conversion. He has authored or co-authored one book, three book chapters and about 160 refereed journal articles. Wu is actively involved in ECS, having served as treasurer, secretary, vice chair, and currently as chair of the ECS Sensor Division. He also serves on the advisory board of ECS’s member magazine, Interface.

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Exhibitors Technical Exhibit

Thank you to the 232nd ECS Meeting Exhibitors! The exhibitors in National Harbor, MD 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 industry experts.

Location

The Exhibit Hall will be located in Prince George Exhibit Hall D & E.

Exhibit Hours Tuesday October 03, 2017 0800-1300h................................... Exhibitor Move-In 1300-1600h................................... Technical Exhibit 1300-1600h................................... Poster Move-In 1800-2000h................................... Technical Exhibit, General and Student Poster Session Wednesday October 04, 2017 0900-1400h................................... Technical Exhibit 0900-1400h................................... Poster Move-In 0930-1000h................................... Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall 1800-2000h................................... Technical Exhibit and General Poster Session Thursday October 05, 2017 0900-1200h................................... Technical Exhibit 0930-1000h................................... Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall 1200-1600h................................... Technical Exhibit Tear Down Exhibitors

Exhibitors Admiral Instruments Booth: 400 Mark Sholin mark@admiralinstruments.com 2345 E Thomas Rd Suite 285 Phoenix, AZ, 85016 USA

BASi

1.480.256.8706 www.admiralinstruments.com

Admiral Instruments is a potentiostat design and manufacturing company based in the USA. We offer a growing selection of electrochemistry instruments including the modestly-priced, easy-to-use family of Squidstat™ potentiostats and the entire collection of highperformance workstations from Zahner Scientific Instruments. Our wide variety of products are uniquely positioned to satisfy those with limited budgets or those seeking highly precise and specialized measurement capabilities, including challenging multi-sine EIS and equivalent circuit modeling. Visit our booth to try the recently launched Squidstat Plus potentiostat priced at $4,900, featuring a +/-1 A maximum current and EIS up to 1 MHz.

ALS Co., LTD Booth: 503 Katsunobu Yamamoto yamamoto@bas.co.jp 1-28-12 Mukojima Sumida-ku, Tokyo, 131-0033 Japan

+81.3.3624.0331 www.als-japan.com

ALS provides researchers with a wide range of products for electrochemistry and spectroelectrochemistry applications, including Bi-Potentiostat (Model 2325), Ring-Disk Electrode apparatus (RRDE3A) and Faraday cage (CS-3A). We also dealing with various kinds of Spectroelectrochemical cells (SEC-C/SEC-2F), Quartz Crystal Microbalances cell/Quartz crystal (QCMT/EQCMT) and Electrodes/ Accessories for EC measurement same as their related items. 40

Booth: 507 James Hill jhill@basinc.com 2701 Kent Ave. West Lafayette, IN, 47906 USA

1.765.476.9888 www.basinc.com

For over 40 years BASi has been manufacturing electrochemistry laboratory equipment and is recognized globally for expertise in electroanalytical chemistry. BASi, Bioanalytical Systems Inc., manufactures instrumentation in West Lafayette, Indiana and provides contract research services for the pharmaceutical industry.

Bio-Logic USA Booths: 511, 513, 515 David Carey david.carey@bio-logic.us 9050 Executive Park Drive, Suite 100C Knoxville, TN 37923 1.865.769.3800 USA www.bio-logic.net

Bio-Logic is the exclusive provider of EC-Lab electrochemical instruments. The EC-Lab family of products includes modular single-channel (SP-50/150/200/300) and multi-channel (VSP/ VMP3/VSP-300/VMP-300) potentiostats/galvanostats, High current potentiostats (HCP-803/1005) and easy to use software. Additionally, Bio-Logic offers a complete line of electrochemical accessories, including cells, electrodes, and ancillary instruments. Bio-Logic is also the provider of BT-Lab line of battery cyclers (MPG-2xx and BCS-8XX families), the SCAN-Lab line of localized electrochemical scanning systems (M370 and M470 modular systems), and the MTLab materials analysis systems (MTZ-35 FRA and high temperature sample holder). Come to booths 301, 303, and 305 to see our exciting showcase of products. Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


Exhibitors Technical Exhibit Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology NIST Booth: 305 Vince Luciani vincent.luciani@nist.gov NIST/Center for Nanoscale Science & Technology Building 216, Room A157 100 Bureau Dr., MS/6201 Gaithersburg, MD, 20899-6201 1.301.975.8672 USA www.nist.gov/cnst

The NIST Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology (CNST) provides access to world-class nanoscale measurement, fabrication methods and technology. The shared-use NanoFab gives researchers economical access to and training on a state-of-the-art tool set required for cutting-edge nanotechnology development.  To apply to use the NanoFab, contact Vince Luciani, vincent.luciani@nist.gov.

Center for Open Science Booth: 608 Rusty Speidel, Marketing Directo Rusty@cos.io 210 Ridge McIntire RoadSuite 500 Charlottesville, VA 22903-5083 1.434.284.3403 USA www.cos.io

Chroma ATE, Inc. Booth: 402 David Huang davidyh@chromaus.com 7 Chrysler Irvine, CA 92618 USA

1.252.379.2352 www.datadryad.org

Dryad is a nonprofit, curated data repository that makes the data underlying scientific publications discoverable, freely reusable, and citable. We increase trust in science and provide guidance on how to make their data open improve discoverability. Membership in Dryad is open to any organization such as journals, scientific societies, publishers, institutions, libraries, and funders. Dryad partners with organizations to make it easier to open data. www.datadryad.org.

The Electrochemical Society Booth: 401/500 Ashley Moran, ECS Corporate Programs Manager Ashley.Moran@electrochem.org 65 South Main Street, Building D Pennington, New Jersey 08534-2839 1.609.737.190 USA www.electrochem.org

ECS has been a nonprofit academic publisher since 1902 and is now home to over 6,000 electrochemists, chemical engineers, and solid state scientists. We are students, teachers, and industry leaders, in over 70 countries. ECS bridges the gap between the corporate, academic, and government sectors by supporting the participation of scientists from around the world and promoting innovation in scientific thought through the dissemination of peer-reviewed journals and organizing technical meetings. Stop by our booth and become a member!

EL-CELL

1.949.421.0355 www.chromaus.com

Chroma ATE Inc. is the global leader of power testing solutions. Chroma has leveraged this expertise to be a world leader in cell formation and battery cell, module and pack cyclers/testers (µW – MW). Learn how Chroma’s patented regenerative technology and precision instrumentation can improve quality while reducing overall cost.

Contemporary Amperex Technology Co. Limited Booth: 302 Albert He hemq@catlbattery.com No.1 XinGang Road, ZhangWan Town, JiaoCheng District Ningde, Fujian, 352100 China www.catlbattery.com

Contemporary Amperex Technology Co. Limited (CATL) founded in 2011, headquartered at Ningde, Fujian. CATL is dedicated to providing effective solutions for global new energy applications in electric vehicles (EV) and energy storage systems (ESS) with advanced battery technology. It features R&D and manufacturing capabilities as well as core technologies of completed industrial chain about materials, cell, battery system and battery recycling.”

Booth: 414 Susana Moreira susana.moreira@el-cell.com Tempowerkring 8 21079 Hamburg Germany

+40.790.12.734 www.el-cell.com

EL-CELL® develops electrochemical test equipment to enable testing of new battery materials at the edge of current knowledge. We are focusing on lithium-ion batteries, but we also provide equipment for other battery materials. Our product portfolio encompasses battery test cells, electrochemical dilatometers, lab tools, consumables and other customized turnkey solutions for complete battery research labs.

Fraunhofer USA, Inc. Center for Coatings and Diamond Technologies Booth: 509 Michael Becker mbecker@fraunhofer.org 1449 Engineering Research Ct. East Lansing, MI 48824 USA

1.517.432.8709 ccd.fraunhofer.org

Fraunhofer USA, Inc. CCD is a non-profit, ISO 9001:2008 certified R&D organization offering diamond-related products. This includes boron-doped diamond (BDD) and tetrahedral amorphous carbon (ta-C) electrodes for applications such as electrochemical sensing and water treatment. Fraunhofer CCD collaborates with academic, industrial, and governmental entities on a variety of research topics. (continued on next page)

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Exhibitors

Our mission is to increase the openness, integrity, and reproducibility of scholarly research. We work on ways to make the process, content, and outcomes of research openly accessible for others to discuss and build on. It is possible for all scholarly content to be preserved and connected, and for transparency to be expected and rewarded. Acceleration of scientific progress can be a primary motivator for scholarship and a powerful driver of real solutions.

Dryad Literature Display Meredith Morovati mmorovati@datadryad.org PO Box 585 Durham, NC 27702-0585 USA


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Maccor, INC.

Gamry Instruments Booths: 501, 600 Cynthia A. Schroll cschroll@gamry.com 734 Louis Dr. Warminster, PA, 18974 USA

1.215.682.9330 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.

1.215.547.1015 www.gelest.com

Exhibitors

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

Ionomr Innovations Inc. Booth: 603 Benjamin Britton info@ionomr.com Suite 1200 - 555 West Hastings St. Vancouver, BC V6B 4N6 1.403.466.3367 Canada www.ionomr.com

Ionomr designs, adapts, and manufactures ion exchange membranes and ionomer solutions for energy storage, clean energy generation and water treatment applications. Our core technology is the most alkaline stable and versatile high-performance anion-exchange membrane on the market—backed by outstanding quality assurance & consistency.

Ivium Technologies B.V. Booth: 613 Ross Archer info@ivium.com De Zaale 11 Eindhoven, 5612AJ Netherlands

+31.40.2390606 US tel: 1.800.701.4405 www.ivium.com

Ivium Technologies develops electrochemical instrumentation for all applications. We have our high end 24bit resolution portable CompactStat and allround IviumStat potentiostats for the most demanding experiments. For labs on a budget we have our Vertex potentiostat range, including our Vertex.One (also ideal for educational purposes). Our handheld pocketSTAT is designed for portability; for multichannel applications and for example battery testing, we have our versatile Ivium-n-Stat and our rack mountable OctoStat series. Various modules and power boosters are available. 42

1.918.445.1496 www.maccor.com

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

Metrohm Booths: 406, 408 Karen Poe kpoe@metrohmusa.com 6555 Pelican Creek Circle Riverview, FL, 33578 USA

Gelest, Inc. Literature Display Gabrielle Lockwood glockwood@gelest.com 11 E. Steel Rd. Morrisville, PA 19067 USA

Booth: 505 Mark Hulse m.hulse@maccor.com 4322 S 49th W Ave Tulsa, OK 74107 USA

1.813.316.4757 www.metrohm.com

Metrohm Electrochemistry supports high-impact research in electrocatalysis, energy, sensors, corrosion, bioelectrochemistry, and other interfacial processes. Our modular Autolab and portable DropSens instruments and accessories can easily grow with the demands of your projects. Options include EIS, low currents, analog sweeps, bipotentiostats, fast scanning, and various cells and electrodes including screen-printed electrodes.

MTI Corporation Booths: 615 Andy Huang andy@mtixtl.com 860 South 19th Street Richmond, CA 94840 USA

1.510.525.4705 www.mtixtl.com

MTI has been providing a total solution for material research since 1995. MTI supplies crystal, ceramic, metallic substrates from A-Z and nano-powder. MTI provides laboratory battery R&D equipment including the entire coin cell, pouch cell, and cylinder cell pilot lines, Beyond Li-ion batteries research equipment, split testing cells and battery safety testing equipment. Moreover, MTI also offers the mixing, cutting, polishing, lapping, and pressing machines as well as the furnaces glove boxes, high vacuum system, high-pressure furnaces for battery and energy materials research sample preparation.

Park Systems, Inc. Booth: 601 Gerald Pascual gerald@parkafm.com 3040 Olcott Street Santa Clara, CA 95054 USA

www.parkafm.com

Park Systems is a world leading manufacturer of atomic force microscopy (AFM) systems with a product lineup for researchers and industry engineers in biological science, materials research, semiconductor, and storage industries. Park’s AFM provides the highest data accuracy, superior productivity, and lowest operating cost—learn more at parkafm.com!

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Exhibitors Technical Exhibit PAR/Solartron Booths: 410, 412 Ari Tampasis ari.tampasis@ametek.com 801 South Illinois Ave. Oak Ridge, TN 37830 USA

1.865.483.2122 www.ameteksi.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 70 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

Pine Research Instrumentation, located in Durham, NC, manufactures a full line of affordable, durable and reliable electrochemical research equipment. Pine offers benchtop bipotentiostat/galvanostat instruments as well as portable USB potentiostat systems, all of which are controlled using our powerful AfterMath software package. We offer unique quartz electrochemical cells for photoelectrochemistry and spectroelectrochemistry, and we are the world leader in rotating disk, ring-disk, and cylinder electrode instrumentation. Our line of compact voltammetry cells, featuring screen-printed patterned electrodes, provides a quick and easy way to perform routine electrochemical measurements.

Scribner Associates, Inc. Booth: 301 Jason Scribner jason@scribner.com 150 E Connecticut Ave. Southern Pines, NC 28387 USA

1.910.695.8884 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 CE certified 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

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ULVAC Technologies, Inc. Booth: 404 Evan Sohm esohm@us.ulvac.com 401 Griffin Brook Drive Methuen, MA 01844 USA

1.978.686.7550 x244

ULVAC offers vacuum coating systems and components for lab scale R&D or industrial sized production work. A new Arc Plasma Deposition system (APD) will be featured.  Using pulsed cathodic arc plasma discharge, this unit deposits nanoparticles with controllable size uniformity, creating highly active and durable catalysts.  Also makes thin films.

Vacuum Technology Inc. Booth: 300 Sam Cai info@Vti-glovebox.com 15 Great Republic Drive Unit 4 Gloucester, MA 01930 USA

1.978.879.4302 www.vti-glovebox.com

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.

Xergy Inc. Booth: 606 Jason Jin jason.jin@xergyinc.com 299 Cluckey Drive Harrington, DE 19952 USA

1.781.366.3222

XERGY Inc. is the world leader in development of advanced composite ion exchange membranes. XERGY designs, develops, manufactures, sells, and services a range of high performance devices, modules, stacks, and systems employing its XION Ion Exchange Membranes.

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Booths: 403, 502 Tim Paschkewitz, Ph.D pinewire@pineresearch.com 2741 Campus Walk Ave., Bldg 100 Durham, NC, 27705 USA www.pineresearch.com

inlet selector valves, integrated potentiostat functions, and accurate dew point control up to 5 SLM. Also on display will be the Model 585 8-Channel Battery Cycler. The 585 is specifically designed for battery and capacitor discharge cycling and offers CC, CV, CP, and CR modes, 6 current ranges up to 5A plus channel ganging to 20A, cell resistance by HFR, 6-wire terminal measurement, and comes with BCycle™ and BView® software for instrument control and data analysis. All of our products are available for quick delivery and are backed by comprehensive technical support.


Sponsors General Meeting Sponsors

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Sponsors Symposia Sponsors

Thank you to the 232nd Symposium Sponsors! GOLD

Contemporary Amperex Technology Co., Ltd.

BMW

I02 – Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics 11 (IMCC 11)

A04 – Li-ion Batteries

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Lam Research Corporation

Pine Research Instrumentation

G01 – 15th International Symposium on Semiconductor Cleaning Science and Technology (SCST 15)

Z04 – The Brain and Electrochemistry

G02 – Atomic Layer Deposition Applications 13 BRONZE

JX Nippon Mining & Metals Corporation A02 – Battery Characterization: Symposium in Honor of Frank McLarnon

Auburn University Z05 – Sensors for Food Safety, Quality, and Security

Mattson Thermal Products GmbH G02 – Atomic Layer Deposition Applications 13

Bio-Logic Science Instruments A02 – Battery Characterization: Symposium in Honor of Frank McLarnon

MilliporeSigma G02: Atomic Layer Deposition Applications 13

Daimler A04 – Li-ion Batteries Gelest, Inc. G02 – Atomic Layer Deposition Applications 13 Hangzhou Changkai Energy Company A04 – Li-ion Batteries Hydro-Québec A02 – Battery Characterization: Symposium in Honor of Frank McLarnon Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

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Air Liquid Advanced Materials G02 – Atomic Layer Deposition Applications 13

Mitsui Mining & Smelting Co A02 – Battery Characterization: Symposium in Honor of Frank McLarnon Sumitomo Metal Mining Co., Ltd A02 – Battery Characterization: Symposium in Honor of Frank McLarnon Tokyo Electron G01 – 15th International Symposium on Semiconductor Cleaning Science and Technology (SCST 15) 45


ECS Community Editorial Boards Journal of The Electrochemical Society (JES) Editor: Robert Savinell

ECS Editorial Advisory Committee S.V. Babu Scott A. Calabrese Barton

Technical Editors

Byung Doo Chin

Doron Aurbach, Batteries and Energy Storage

Mike Hickner

David Cliffel, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry

Sean King

Gerald S. Frankel, Corrosion Science and Technology Thomas F. Fuller, Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers, and Energy Conversion Charles L. Hussey, Electrochemical/Electroless Deposition Janine Mauzeroll, Organic and Bioelectrochemistry Rangachary Mukundan, Sensors Venkat Subramanian, Electrochemical Engineering Associate Editors Thierry Brousse, Batteries and Energy Storage Raymond J. Gorte, Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers, and Energy Conversion Takayuki Homma, Electrochemical/Electroless Deposition Ajit Khosla, Sensors Scott Lillard, Corrosion Science and Technology Brett Lucht, Batteries and Energy Storage Stephen Maldonado, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry Paul Natishan, Corrosion Science and Technology Thomas J. Schmidt, Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers, and Energy Conversion Minhua Shao, Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers, and Energy Conversion

Rainer Küngas Anant Setlur ECS Transactions (ECST) Editor: Jeffrey W. Fergus ECST Editorial Advisory Board Christopher Johnson, Battery Division Dev Chidambaram, Corrosion Division Zhi (David) Chen, Dielectric Science and Technology Division Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy, Electrodeposition Division Robert Lynch, Electronics and Photonics Division Cynthia Rice, Energy Technology Division Cortney Kreller, High Temperature Materials Division John Harb, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division Madis Raukas, Luminescence and Display Materials Division Slava Rotkin, Nanocarbons Division James Burgess, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division Petr Vanýsek, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division Dong-Joo Kim, Sensor Division

Venkat Srinivasan, Batteries and Energy Storage Alice Suroviec, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry

Interface

Nae-Lih (Nick) Wu, Batteries and Energy Storage

Petr Vanýsek, Co-Editor

ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology (JSS) Editor: Dennis Hess

Interface Advisory Board

Technical Editors Jennifer A. Bardwell, Electronic Materials and Processing Stefan De Gendt, Dielectric Science and Materials Francis D'Souza, Carbon Nanostructures and Devices

ECS Community

Kailash C. Mishra, Luminescence and Display Materials, Devices, and Processing Fan Ren, Electronic and Photonic Devices and Systems Associate Editor George Celler, Electronic Materias and Processing & Electronic and Photonic Devices and Systems

Vijay Ramani, Co-Editor

Christopher Johnson, Battery Division Masayuki Itagaki, Corrosion Division Durga Misra, Dielectric Science and Technology Division Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy, Electrodeposition Division Jerzy Ruzyllo, Electronics and Photonics Division Mani Manivannan, Energy Technology Division Paul Gannon, High Temperature Materials Division John Staser, Industrial Electrochemistry & Electrochemical Engineering Division Uwe Happek, Luminescence and Display Materials Division Slava Rotkin, Nanocarbons Division Jim Burgess, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division Andrew Hillier, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division Nae-Lih (Nick) Wu, Sensor Division

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ECS Community ECS Division Officers Battery Christopher Johnson, Chair Marca Doeff, Vice Chair Shirley Meng, Secretary Brett Lucht, Treasurer

Energy Technology Andy Herring, Chair Vaidyanathan Subramanian, Vice Chair William Mustain, Secretary Katherine Ayers, Treasurer

Nanocarbons Slava Rotkin, Chair Hiroshi Imahori, Vice Chair Olga Boltalina, Secretary Bruce Weisman, Treasurer

Corrosion Sannakaisa Virtanen, Chair Masayuki Itagaki, Vice Chair James Noël, Secretary/Treasurer

High Temperature Materials Turgut Gür, Chair Greg Jackson, Vice Chair Paul Gannon, Jr. Vice Chair Sean Bishop, Secretary/Treasurer

Physical & Analytical Electrochemistry Alice Suroviec, Chair Petr Vanysek, Vice Chair Andrew Hillier, Secretary Stephen Paddison, Treasurer

Dielectric Science & Technology Yaw Obeng, Chair Vimal Chaitanya, Vice Chair Peter Mascher, Secretary Uros Cvelbar, Treasurer Electrodeposition Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy, Chair Stanko Brankovic, Vice Chair Philippe Vereecken, Secretary Natasa Vasilijevic, Treasurer Electronics & Photonics Colm O'Dwyer, Chair Junichi Murota, Vice Chair Robert Lynch, 2nd Vice Chair Soohwan Jang, Secretary Yu-Lin Wang, Treasurer

Industrial Electrochemistry & Electrochemical Engineering Douglas Riemer, Chair John Staser, Vice Chair Shrisudersan Jayaraman, Secretary/ Treasurer

Sensor Nianqiang Wu, Chair Ajit Khosla, Vice Chair Jessica Koehne, Secretary Larry Nagahara, Treasurer

Luminescence & Display Materials Madis Raukas, Chair Mikhail Brik, Vice Chair/Secretary/ Treasurer Organic & Biological Electrochemistry Graham Cheek, Chair Diane Smith, Vice Chair Sadagopan Krishnan, Secretary/Treasurer

ECS Sections Japan Section - Hiroshi Iwai, Chair

Brazil Section - Luís Frederico P. Dick, Chair

Korea Section - Yung-Eun Sung, Chair

Canada Section - Christa Brosseau, Chair

Mexico Section – Ignacio Gonzalez, Chair

Chicago Section – Alan Zdunek, Chair

National Capital Section – Eric D. Wachsman, Chair

Chile Section – Jose H. Zagal, Chair

New England Section - Sanjeev Mukerjee, Chair

China Section – Yong Yao Xia, Chair

Pittsburgh Section – Clifford W. Walton, Chair

Cleveland Section – Heidi B. Martin, Chair

Singapore Section - Qingyu Yan, Chair

Detroit Section – Stephen Maldonado, Chair

San Francisco Section - Wei Tong, Chair

Europe Section – Petr Vanýsek, Chair

Taiwan Section - Cheng-lun Wang, Chair

Georgia Section - Seung Woo Lee, Chair

Texas Section – Harovel G. Wheat, Chair

India Section - Vijayamohanan K. Pillai, Chair

Twin Cities Section - Peter Zhang, Chair

ECS Community

Arizona Section – Candace Kay Chan, Chair

Israel Section - Daniel Mandler, Chair

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ECS Community ECS Student Chapters Student Chapter (Year Founded)

Faculty Advisor

Student Chapter (Year Founded)

Faculty Advisor

Aalborg University (2017)

Maciej Swierczynski Peter J. Hesketh

South Brazilian (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul) (2010)

LuĂ­s Frederico P. Dick

Atlanta Student Chapter at Georgia Tech (2008) Auburn University (2007)

Majid Beidaghi

SRM University (2013)

Ranjit Thapa Bhalchandra Kakade

Belgium (2015)

Stefan De Gendt

Tel Aviv University (2009)

Boston Student Chapter (2009) Northwestern University Harvard University Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Eugene Smotkin

Eliezer Gileadi Yosi Shacham-Diamand

Texas A&M University (2016)

Yue Kuo

Tyndall National Institute (2012)

Alan O’Riordan

British Columbia University (2013)

Dan Bizzotto

UK Northwest (2015)

Laurence J. Hardwick

Brno University (2006)

Jiri Vondrak

University of Alabama (2016)

Shanlin Pan

Calgary Student (2011)

Viola Ingrid Briss

University of Arkansas (2014)

Rick Wise

California State University-Fullerton (2012)

John L. Haan

University of California-Berkeley (2014)

Bryan D. McCloskey

Case Western Reserve University (2016)

Robert Savinell

University of California-Los Angeles (2015)

Sarah H. Tolbert

Central Illinois (2008)

Andrzej Wieckowski

University of California-Riverside (2011)

Alexander A. Balandin

Clemson University (2014)

Stephen E. Creager

University of California-San Diego (2014)

Shirley Meng

Colorado School of Mines (2012)

Andy M. Herring

University of Central Florida (2000)

Kalpathy B. Sundaram

Drexel University (2012)

Yury Gogotsi Ektarina Pomerantseva

University of Cincinnati (2007)

Marc Cahay

University of Florida (2005)

Erin Patrick

University of Houston (2016)

Yan You

University of Illinois at Chicago (2016)

Brian P. Chaplin

Hong Kong University (2016)

Minhua Shao

Illinois Institute of Technology (2015)

Adam Hock Vijay K. Ramani

Indiana University (2012)

Lane A. Baker Dennis G. Peters

University of Iowa (2014)

Johna Leddy

University of Kansas (2016)

Trung Van Nguyen

Kerala, India at CUSAT (2008)

M.K. Jayaraj

University of Kentucky (2014)

Doo Young Kim

Lahore, Pakistan (2008)

Inam UI Haque

University of Maryland (2011)

Eric D. Wachsman

Lewis University (2015)

Jason Keleher

University of Nevada-Reno (2014)

Dev Chidambaram

Louisiana State University (2016)

Christopher G. Arges

University of New Mexico (2017)

Fernando H. Garzon

Montana State University (2013)

Paul Gannon Ryan W. Anderson

University of Oxford (2016)

Charles W. Monroe

Montreal (2010)

Steen B. Schougaard

University of Pittsburgh (2014)

Prashant N. Kumta

Munich (2015)

Hubert Gasteiger

University of South Carolina (2010)

Xiao-Dong Zhou

New Mexico State University (2015)

Vimal H. Chaitanya Hongmei Luo

University of St. Andrews (2015)

John T.S. Irvine

University of Tartu (2013)

Kaido Tammeveski

North Florida (2014)

Pedro Moss

University of Texas at Austin (2006)

Arumugam Manthiram

University of Texas at Dallas (2012)

Moon J. Kim

University of Toronto (2016)

Donald W. Kirk

University of Utah (2015)

Shelley D. Minteer Henry White

University of Virginia (2006)

Giovanni Zangari

University of Washington (2016)

Stuart B. Adler Venkat R. Subramanian

Valley of the Sun (Central AZ) Student Chapter (2013)

Candace K. Chan

Norwegian University of Science and Technology Ann Mari Svensson (2014) Ohio State University (2006)

Ann Co

Ohio University (2011)

Gerardine Botte

Oklahoma Student Chapter (2017)

Sadagopan Krishnan Gabriel Adrien LeBlanc

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (2013)

David J. Duquette Daniel J. Lewis

Research Triangle (2013) Duke University North Carolina State University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

Jeffrey T. Glass(Duke)

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ECS Community ECS Community / 2017-2018 ECS Committees and Subcommittees ECS Committees and Subcommittees

Term

Executive Committee of the Board of Directors

ECS Committees and Subcommittees

Term

Honors and Awards Committee

Johna Leddy, Chair

Spring 2018

Peter Fedkiw, Chair

Spring 2019

Yue Kuo

Spring 2019

Marca Doeff

Spring 2018

Christina Bock

Spring 2020

Takayuki Homma

Spring 2018

Stefan De Gendt

Spring 2021

Francis D'Souza

Spring 2018

James Fenton

Spring 2020

Joseph Stetter

Spring 2019

Spring 2018

Rohan Akolkar

Spring 2019

R. Bruce Weisman

Spring 2019

Board of Directors, Nonprofit Financial Professional

Vimal Chaitanya

Spring 2020

Stuart Swirson

Thomas Moffat

Spring 2020

Jean St-Pierre

Spring 2020

Viola Birss

Spring 2021

Shelley Minteer

Spring 2021

Scott Calabrese Barton

Spring 2021

E. Jennings Taylor Roque Calvo

Executive Director, Term as ED Spring 2019

Audit Committee Krishnan Rajeshwar,Chair

Immediate Past President, Spring 2018

Johna Leddy

President, Spring 2018

Yue Kuo

Senior Vice-President, Spring 2018

E. Jennings Taylor

Treasurer, Spring 2018 Nonprofit Financial Professional, Spring 2019

Stuart Swirson Education Committee James Noël, Chair

Spring 2021

Luke Haverhals

Spring 2018

Vimal Chaitanya

Spring 2018

Anne Co

Spring 2019

Enn Lust

Spring 2019

Kalpathy Sundaram

Spring 2020

Alice Suroviec

Spring 2020

Keryn Lian

Spring 2021

Daniel Parr James Fenton

, Spring 2019

William Mustain

Secretary, Spring 2020 Secretary, Chair, Individual Spring 2020 Membership Committee

Ethical Standards Committee Krishnan Rajeshwar, Chair

Immediate Past President, Spring 2018

Fernando Garzon

Past Officer, Spring 2018

Dennis Hess

Past Officer, Spring 2019

E. Jennings Taylor

Treasurer, Spring 2018

James Fenton

Secretary, Spring 2020

Finance Committee E. Jennings Taylor, Chair

Treasurer, Spring 2018

ECS Community

John Turner

Spring 2018

Jean St-Pierre

Spring 2018

Robert Mantz

Spring 2019

Mark Verbrugge

Spring 2019

Tim Gamberzky James Fenton

Chief Operating Officer,Term as COO Secretary, Spring 2020

Johna Leddy William Mustain, Chair

Spring 2020

Giovanni Zangari

Spring 2018

Jordi Cabana

Spring 2018

Steven Policastro

Spring 2019

M. Neal Golovin

Spring 2019

R. Bruce Weisman

Spring 2020

Timothy Paschkewitz

Spring 2020

Patrick Stanley

Spring 2018

Beatriz Molero Sanchez Rob Sides James Fenton

Spring 2019 Chair, Sponsorship Committee, Spring 2019 Secretary, Spring 2020

Nominating Committee Krishnan Rajeshwar, Chair

Immediate Past President, Spring 2018

Shelley Minteer

Spring 2018

D. Noel Buckley

Spring 2018

Peter Fedkiw

Spring 2018

Stefan De Gendt

Third Vice-President, Spring 2018

Sponsorship Committee Rob Sides, Chair

Spring 2019

Kohei Uosaki

Spring 2018

Iwona Rutkowska

Spring 2018

Shirley Meng

Spring 2018

Marion Jones

Spring 2019

Khalil Amine

Spring 2019

Paul Fanson

Spring 2019

Chuck Hussey

Spring 2020

Peter Fedkiw

Spring 2020

Xiaoping Jiang William Mustain E. Jennings Taylor

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Individual Membership Committee

Spring 2020 Chair, Individual Membership Committee, Spring 2020 Treasurer, Spring 2018

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ECS Community ECS Community / 2017-2018 ECS Committees and Subcommittees ECS Committees and Subcommittees

Term

Technical Affairs Committee Yue Kuo, Chair

Senior Vice-President, Spring 2018

Johna Leddy

President, Spring 2018

Krishnan Rajeshwar

Immediate Past President, Spring 2018 Second Immediate Past President, Spring 2018

Daniel Scherson Stefan De Gendt Christina Bock Eric Wachsman

IEEE, Spring 2018

Martin Winter

BATT, Spring 2020

Douglas Hansen

CORR, Spring 2020

Executive Director, Term as ED

John Stickney

ELDP, Spring 2020

Richard Martel

NANO, Spring 2020

Spring 2018

Norman Goldsmith

Spring 2018

Ronald Enstrom

Spring 2018

William Ayers

Spring 2018

Elizabeth Biddinger

Spring 2018

Ways and Means Committee James Fenton, Chair

Secretary, Spring 2020

Gessie Brissard

Spring 2018

Michael Carter

Spring 2018

Nianqiang Wu

Spring 2019

John Weidner

Spring 2019 Second Vice-President, Spring 2018 Senior Vice-President, Spring 2018

Publications Subcommittee of the Technical Affairs Committee Second Vice-President, Spring 2018 Third Vice-President, Spring 2018

Robert Savinell

JES Editor,

Dennis Hess

JSS Editor, 12/31/2018

Petr Vanysek

Interface Co-Editor, 12/31/2017

Vijay Ramani

Interface Co-Editor, 12/31/2017

Jeffrey Fergus

ECS Transactions Editor, Spring 2018

5/17/2020

D. Noel Buckley

Spring 2019

Scott Calabrese Barton

Spring 2020

Mary Yess

Publisher, Term as Pub

Meetings Subcommittee of of the Technical Affairs Committee Christina Bock, Vice Chair

Gerardine Botte

SENS, Spring 2018

James Amick

Stefan De Gendt, Chair

DST, Spring 2018

PAED, Spring 2018

Spring 2018

Stefan De Gendt, Vice Chair

Spring 2019

Yaw Obeng

Andrew Hillier

Craig Arnold, Chair

Christina Bock, Chair

Eric Wachsman, Chair

Rangachary Mukundan

Tellers of Election

Yue Kuo

Term

Chair, Meetings Subcommittee, Spring 2018 Chair, Publications Subcommittee, Spring 2018 Chair, Interdis. Sci. & Tech. Subcom., Spring 2019

Roque Calvo

Christina Bock

ECS Committees and Subcommittees Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee of the Technical Affairs Committee

Third Vice-President, Spring 2018 Second Vice-President, Spring 2018

Shelley Minteer

Spring 2021

Peter Mascher

Spring 2021

Andrew Hoff

EPD, Spring 2021

Katherine Ayers Symposium Planning Advisory Board of the Technical Affairs Committee

ETD, Spring 2021

Stefan De Gendt, Chair

Spring 2018

Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy

Fall 2017

Turgut Gür

Fall 2017

Madis Raukas

Fall 2017

Yaw Obeng

Spring 2018

Slava Rotkin

Spring 2018

Douglas Riemer

Spring 2018

Christopher Johnson

Fall 2018

Sannakaisa Virtanen

Fall 2018

Nianqiang Wu

Fall 2018

Colm O'Dwyer

Spring 2019

Andy Herring

Spring 2019

Graham Cheek

Spring 2019

Alice Suroviec

Spring 2019

Eric Wachsman

Spring 2019

Society Historian Zoltan Nagy

American Association for the Advancement of Science Roque Calvo Yury Gogotsi

Spring 2018

External Relations Representative

Spring 2019

Mark Orazem

Spring 2018

Spring 2020

ECS Community

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National Inventors Hall of Fame Chair, Honors & Awards Peter Fedkiw Committee, Spring 2019

Bor Yann Liaw Mary Yess

Executive Director, Term as ED

Chemical Heritage Foundation

Adam Weber Thomas Moffat

Spring 2018

Publisher, Term as Pub

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Symposium Topics & Organizers

Technical Symposia A— Batteries and Energy Storage A01—Battery and Energy Technology Joint General Session Marca Doeff, Wei Wang, A. Manivannan, S. R. Narayan Battery, Energy Technology A02—Battery Characterization: Symposium in Honor of Frank McLarnon Robert Kostecki, Dominique Guyomard, Kristina Edström, Martin Winter, Yasuhiro Fukunaka, Minoru Inaba Battery A03—Battery Student Slam 2 John Muldoon, Brett Lucht, Christopher Johnson Battery A04—Li-ion Batteries Ying Meng, Jie Xiao, Neeraj Sharma, Yi-Chun Lu Battery A05—Battery Materials: Beyond Li-Ion John Vaughey, Yangchuan Xing, Kyle Smith, Christopher Rhodes Battery, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry A06—Advanced Manufacturing Methods for Energy Storage Devices David Wood, Gregory Krumdick, S. R. Narayan Battery, Energy Technology A07—Fast Electrochemical Processes and Devices Jeffrey Long, Christopher Johnson, Roseanne Warren, Thierry Brousse, Daniel Bélanger, Wataru Sugimoto, Pawel Kulesza, Andrea Balducci Battery, Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

E02—Current Trends in Electrodeposition - An Invited Symposium Giovanni Zangari Electrodeposition E03—Electrochemical Science and Engineering on the Path from Discovery to Product D. Schwartz, Richard Alkire, L. Romankiw Electrodeposition, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering E04—Electrochemical Processing from Non-aqueous Solvents Jan Fransaer, Philip Bartlett, Andrew Abbott, Yasuhiro Fukunaka Electrodeposition E05—Mechanics and Metallurgy of Electrodeposited Thin Films Stanko Brankovic, Giovanni Zangari, Elizabeth Podlaha Electrodeposition

B— Carbon Nanostructures and Devices B01—Carbon Nanostructures: From Fundamental Studies to Applications and Devices Slava V. Rotkin, Hiroshi Imahori, Olga Boltalina, David Cliffel Nanocarbons, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

G—Electronic Materials and Processing G01—15th International Symposium on Semiconductor Cleaning Science and Technology (SCST 15) Takeshi Hattori, Jerzy Ruzyllo, Paul Mertens, Anthony Muscat, Richard Novak, Koichiro Saga Electronics and Photonics G02—Atomic Layer Deposition Applications 13 Fred Roozeboom, Stefan De Gendt, Jolien Dendooven, Jeffrey Elam, O. van der Straten, Chanyuan Liu Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology G03—Semiconductor Process Integration 10 Junichi Murota, Cor Claeys, Hiroshi Iwai, Meng Tao, Simon Deleonibus, Andreas Mai, Kenji Shiojima, Patrick Chin Electronics and Photonics G04—Thermoelectric and Thermal Interface Materials 3 Colm O’Dwyer, Jr-Hau He, Kafil Razeeb, Renkun Chen, Jaeho Lee, Scott Calabrese Barton Electronics and Photonics, Energy Technology, High Temperature Materials G05—Oxide Memristors Jennifer Rupp, Jason Nicholas, J. Joshua Yang, Stephen Nonnenmann High Temperature Materials, Dielectric Science and Technology, Electronics and Photonics

C—Corrosion Science and Technology C01—Corrosion General Session Sannakaisa Virtanen, Masayuki Itagaki Corrosion C02—Light Alloys 5 Rudolph Buchheit, Geraint Williams, Nick Birbilis, Sannakaisa Virtanen Corrosion C03—State-of-the-Art Surface Analytical Techniques in Corrosion 3: In Honor of Hugh Isaacs Dev Chidambaram, Philippe Marcus, Paul Natishan, Jamie Noel, Donald Roeper Corrosion, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry C04—Coatings and Inhibitors Hamilton McMurray, Michael Rohwerder, Rudolph Buchheit, Ingrid Milosev Corrosion C05—Corrosion in Concrete Structures Masayuki Itagaki, Hideki Katayama, Mark Orazem Corrosion D—Dielectric Science and Materials D01—Semiconductors, Dielectrics, and Metals for Nanoelectronics 15: In Memory of Samares Kar Durgamadhab Misra, Stefan De Gendt, Michel Houssa, K. Kita, D. Landheer Dielectric Science and Technology D02—Photovoltaics for the 21st Century 13 Thad Druffel, Meng Tao, James Fenton, Z. Chen, Vaidyanathan Subramanian, Jea-Gun Park, Hiroki Hamada Energy Technology, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering E—Electrochemical/Electroless Deposition E01—Fundamentals of Electrochemical Growth from UPD to Microstructures 4 Natasa Vasiljevic, Stanko Brankovic, Gery Stafford, P. Allongue, Nikolay Dimitrov, Massimo Innocenti Electrodeposition 52

F—Electrochemical Engineering F01—Electrochemical Engineering General Session John Staser, Hui Xu, Douglas Riemer Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering F02—Electrochemical Separations Hui Xu, Peter Pintauro, Jay Whitacre, Meagan Mauter, Yoram Oren Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering F03—Electrochemical Conversion of Biomass Luis Diaz, Elizabeth Biddinger, John Staser, Ramaraja Ramasamy, Plamen Atanassov, Mekki Bayachou Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Energy Technology, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

H—Electronic and Photonic Devices and Systems H01—State-of-the-Art Program on Compound Semiconductors 60 (SOTAPOCS 60) Jennifer Hite, Travis Anderson, Robert Lynch, Colm O’Dwyer, Steve Kilgore, Erica Douglas Electronics and Photonics H02—Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Electronic and Photonic Devices 10 Yu-Lun Chueh, Colm O’Dwyer, Jr-Hau He, Motofumi Suzuki, Johnny Ho, Zhiyong Fan, Qiliang Li, Sang-Woo Kim Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology H03—Gallium Nitride and Silicon Carbide Power Technologies 7 Michael Dudley, Mietek Bakowski, N. Ohtani, Balaji Raghothamachar, Krishna Shenai Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology

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J—Luminescence and Display Materials, Devices, and Processing J01—Luminescence and Display Materials: Fundamentals and Applications Madis Raukas, Kailash Mishra, Anant Setlur, Marco Bettinelli, Alok Srivastava, Mikhail Brik Luminescence and Display Materials — K L Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and 01 Photoelectrochemistry L01—Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry General Session Alice Suroviec, Andrew Hillier Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry L02—Photocatalysts, Photoelectrochemical Cells and Solar Fuels 8 Nianqiang (Nick) Wu, Deryn Chu, Pawel Kulesza, Jae-Joon Lee, Eric Miller, Vaidyanathan Subramanian, Tetsu Tatsuma, Heli Wang Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Sensor L03—Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry of Ionic Liquids 6 Paul Trulove, Robert Mantz, Luke Haverhals, Vito Di Noto, Mekki Bayachou Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Energy Technology, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

Symposium Topics & Organizers

I—Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers, and Energy Conversion I01A—Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) - Diagnostics/ Characterization Methods, MEA Design/Model Felix Büchi, Hubert Gasteiger, Adam Weber, A. Shirvanian Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry I01B—Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) - Fuel Cell Systems, Stack/BOP Design, Gas Processing Karen Swider-Lyons, James Fenton, Thomas Fuller, Kazuhiko Shinohara Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry I01C—Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) - Cation-Exchange Membrane Performance and Durability Peter Pintauro, Kelly Perry Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry I01D—Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) - Catalyst Activity/ Durability for Hydrogen(-Reformate) Acidic Fuel Cells Hiroyuki Uchida, Peter Strasser, Christophe Coutanceau, Shigenori Mitsushima Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry I01E—Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) - Materials for Alkaline Fuel Cells and Direct-Fuel Fuel Cells Thomas Schmidt, Robert Mantz, S. R. Narayan, Vijay Ramani Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry I01F—Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) - PolymerElectrolyte Electrolysis Bryan Pivovar, Katherine Ayers Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry I01Z—Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) - Invited Talks Deborah Jones, Thomas Fuller, Kazuhiko Shinohara, Peter Pintauro, Felix Büchi, Adam Weber, Hubert Gasteiger, A. Shirvanian, Karen Swider-Lyons, Kelly Perry, Hiroyuki Uchida, Peter Strasser, Christophe Coutanceau, Shigenori Mitsushima, Thomas Schmidt, Robert Mantz, S. R. Narayan, Vijay Ramani, Bryan Pivovar, Katherine Ayers, Yong-Tae Kim, Hui Xu Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry I02—Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics 11 (IMCC 11) Xiao-Dong Zhou, Mogens Mogensen, Turgut Gur, Tatsuya Kawada, E. Traversa High Temperature Materials

L05—Bioelectroanalysis Shelley Minteer, Scott Calabrese Barton, Jessica Koehne, Mekki Bayachou Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Sensor L06—Fundamental Aspects of Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide Pawel Kulesza, David Cliffel, Krishnan Rajeshwar, Andrew Bocarsly, Nianqiang (Nick) Wu, Graham Cheek Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Energy Technology, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Sensor L07—Computational Electrochemistry Stephen Paddison, Iryna Zenyuk Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Energy Technology, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering L08—Advanced Techniques for In Situ Electrochemical Systems Svitlana Pylypenko, Sanjeev Mukerjee, Graham Cheek Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Energy Technology, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Sensor L09—Multi-electron Redox Systems for Next Generation Batteries Daniel Buttry, Robert Mantz, Gang Wu Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Battery, Energy Technology M—Sensors M01—Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems General Session Dong-Joo Kim, Nick Wu, Jessica Koehne, Leyla Soleymani, M. Sailor, Sushanta Mitra, Peter Hesketh, Shekhar Bhansali, Praveen Sekhar, Milad Navaei Sensor M02—Practical Implementation and Commercialization of Sensors 2 Mike Carter, Larry Nagahara, Rangachary Mukundan, Petr Vanýsek, Jin-Woo Choi Sensor, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Z—General Z01—General Student Poster Session Venkat Subramanian, Kalpathy Sundaram, V. Chaitanya, P. Pharkya, Alice Suroviec All Divisions Z02—Nanotechnology General Session O. Leonte, Christina Bock, Jessica Koehne, Z. Chen All Divisions, Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee 7th International Electrochemical Energy Summit: Human Sustainability – Energy, Water, Food, and Health Z03—Energy-Water Nexus Eric Wachsman, Andrew Herring, Ramaraja Ramasamy, Gerardine Botte All Divisions, Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee Z04—The Brain and Electrochemistry Hariklia Deligianni, Pavel Takmakov, Christina Bock, Johna Leddy, Larry Nagahara, Shelley Minteer, Mekki Bayachou, Diane Smith, Janine Mauzeroll All Divisions, Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee Z05—Sensors for Food Safety, Quality, and Security Bryan Chin, Aleksandr Simonian, Jin-Woo Choi, Ramaraja Ramasamy, Nianqiang (Nick) Wu, Alice Suroviec, Mekki Bayachou, Peter Hesketh Sensor, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee

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Symposium

A01

Battery and Energy Technology Joint General Session M. Doeff, W. Wang, A. Manivannan, S. Narayan Battery, Energy Technology

A02

Battery Characterization: Symposium in Honor of Frank McLarnon R. Kostecki, D. Guyomard, K. EdstrĂśm, M. Winter, Y. Fukunaka, M. Inaba Battery

A03

Battery Student Slam 2 J. Muldoon, B. L. Lucht, C. Johnson Battery

A04

Li-ion Batteries Y. S. Meng, J. Xiao, N. Sharma, Y. Lu Battery

A05

Battery Materials: Beyond Li-Ion J. T. Vaughey, Y. Xing, K. C. Smith, C. Rhodes Battery, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

A06

Advanced Manufacturing Methods for Energy Storage Devices D. L. Wood, G. Krumdick, S. Narayan Battery, Energy Technology

A07

Fast Electrochemical Processes and Devices J. W. Long, C. Johnson, R. Warren, T. Brousse, D. BĂŠlanger, W. Sugimoto, P. J. Kulesza, A. Balducci Battery, Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

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Monday, October 2

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Abst 1-10 Maryland D, First Floor, First Floor

Abst 11-21 Maryland D, First Floor

Abst 22-31 Maryland D, First Floor

Abst 32-38 Maryland D, First Floor

Abst 213-222 Maryland 1, First Floor

Abst 223-233 Maryland C, First Floor

Abst 234-240 Maryland C, First Floor

Abst 593-595 Abst 600-604 Abst 596-599 Chesapeake 6, First Chesapeake 6, First Floor Floor

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232nd ECS Meeting l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD Tuesday, October 3

Wednesday, October 4

Thursday, October 5

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Abst 39-47 Maryland D, First Floor

Abst 48-57 Maryland D, First Floor

Abst 58-68 Maryland D, First Floor

Abst 69-78 Maryland D, First Floor Posters 79-106 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

Abst 107-116 Maryland D, First Floor

Abst 117-126 Maryland D, First Floor

Abst 127-135 National Harbor 1, Second Floor

Abst 136-145 National Harbor 1, Second Floor

Abst 146-155 National Harbor 1, Second Floor

Abst 156-165 National Harbor 1, Second Floor

Abst 166-174 National Harbor 1, Second Floor

Abst 175-195 National Harbor 8, Second Floor

Abst 196-212 National Harbor 8, Second Floor

Abst 241-251 Maryland C, First Floor

Abst 252-261 Maryland C, First Floor

Abst 262-272 Maryland C, First Floor

Abst 273-283 Maryland C, First Floor Posters 284-408 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

Abst 409-419 Maryland C, First Floor

Abst 420 Abst 421-429 Maryland C, First Floor

Abst 430-439 Maryland A, First Floor

Abst 440-444 Abst 445-453 Maryland A, First Floor

Abst 454-464 Maryland A, First Floor

Abst 465-477 Maryland A, First Floor Posters 478-544 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

Abst 545-555 Maryland A, First Floor

Abst 556-561 Abst 562-567, 502 Maryland A, First Floor

Abst 568-572 Abst 573-576 Chesapeake F, First Floor

Abst 577-580 Abst 581-587 Chesapeake F, First Floor Posters 588-592 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

Abst 605-608 Abst 609-613 Chesapeake 6, First Floor

Abst 614-616 Abst 625-628 Abst 617-620 Abst 629-634 Chesapeake 6, First Chesapeake 6, First Floor Floor Posters 621-624 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

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232nd ECS Meeting l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD Sunday, October 1

Monday, October 2

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Abst 635-645 Chesapeake K, First Floor

Abst 646-650 Chesapeake K, First Floor

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B01

Carbon Nanostructures: From Fundamental Studies to Applications and Devices S. Rotkin, H. Imahori, O. V. Boltalina, D. E. Cliffel Nanocarbons, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

C01

Corrosion General Session S. Virtanen, M. Itagaki Corrosion

C02

Light Alloys 5 R. Buchheit, G. Williams, N. Birbilis, S. Virtanen Corrosion

C03

State-of-the-Art Surface Analytical Techniques in Corrosion 3: In Honor of Hugh Isaacs D. Chidambaram, P. Marcus, P. M. Natishan, J. Noel, D. Roeper Corrosion, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

C04

Coatings and Inhibitors H. N. McMurray, M. Rohwerder, R. Buchheit, I. Milosev Corrosion

Abst 770-780 Camelia 3, Ballroom Level

Abst 781-786 Camelia 3, Ballroom Level

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Corrosion in Concrete Structures M. Itagaki, H. Katayama, M. E. Orazem Corrosion

Abst 797-804 Camelia 2, Ballroom Level

Abst 805-809 Camelia 2, Ballroom Level

D01

Semiconductors, Dielectrics, and Metals for Nanoelectronics 15: In Memory of Samares Kar D. Misra, S. De Gendt, M. Houssa, K. Kita, D. Landheer Dielectric Science and Technology

Abst 814-817 Abst 818-820 Chesapeake D, First Floor

Abst 821-826 Chesapeake D, First Floor

D02

Photovoltaics for the 21st Century 13 T. Druffel, M. Tao, J. M. Fenton, Z. Chen, V. Subramanian, J. Park, H. Hamada Energy Technology, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

E01

Fundamentals of Electrochemical Growth from UPD to Microstructures 4 N. Vasiljevic, S. Brankovic, G. R. Stafford, P. Allongue, N. Dimitrov, M. Innocenti Electrodeposition

Abst 889-890 Abst 891-897 Chesapeake H, First Floor

Abst 898-901 Chesapeake H, First Floor

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Abst 651-655 Abst 656-661 Chesapeake K, First Floor

Posters 662-670 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

Wednesday, October 4 AM

Posters 671-678 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level Abst 707-717 Camelia 2, Ballroom Level

Thursday, October 5

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Abst 679-690 Camelia 2, Ballroom Level

Abst 691-700 Camelia 2, Ballroom Level

Abst 701-706 Camelia 2, Ballroom Level

Abst 718-719 Abst 720-726 Camelia 2, Ballroom Level

Abst 727-731 Abst 732-736 Abst 737-738 Camelia 2, Ballroom Level

Posters 739-740 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

Abst 741 Abst 742-746 Abst 747 Camelia 3, Ballroom Level

Abst 748-751 Abst 753 Abst 755-759 Camelia 3, Ballroom Level

Abst 760-764 Abst 765-769 Camelia 3, Ballroom Level

Abst 841-849 Chesapeake D, First Floor

Abst 850-859 Chesapeake D, First Floor

Abst 870-879 National Harbor 9, Second Floor

Abst 880-882 National Harbor 9, Second Floor Posters 883-888 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

Abst 787-796 Camelia 3, Ballroom Level Posters 810-813 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level Abst 827-833 Chesapeake D, First Floor

Abst 902-910 Chesapeake H, First Floor

Abst 834-839 Chesapeake D, First Floor Poster 840 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

Abst 911-915 Chesapeake H, First Floor Posters 916-927 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

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Abst 860-869 Chesapeake D, First Floor

Abst 928-939 Chesapeake H, First Floor

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Monday, October 2

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Abst 965-973 Chesapeake G, First Floor

Abst 974-982 Chesapeake G, First Floor

Abst 1001-1008 Chesapeake 12, First Floor

Abst 1009-1015 Chesapeake 12, First Floor

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Current Trends in Electrodeposition - An Invited Symposium G. Zangari Electrodeposition

E03

Electrochemical Science and Engineering on the Path from Discovery to Product D. T. Schwartz, R. Alkire, L. T. Romankiw Electrodeposition, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

E04

Electrochemical Processing from Non-aqueous Solvents J. Fransaer, P. N. Bartlett, A. P. Abbott, Y. Fukunaka Electrodeposition

E05

Mechanics and Metallurgy of Electrodeposited Thin Films S. Brankovic, G. Zangari, E. Podlaha Electrodeposition

F01

Electrochemical Engineering General Session J. A. Staser, H. Xu, D. P. Riemer Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

F02

Electrochemical Separations H. Xu, P. N. Pintauro, J. Whitacre, M. Mauter, Y. Oren Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

F03

Electrochemical Conversion of Biomass L. A. Diaz, E. Biddinger, J. A. Staser, R. P. Ramasamy, P. Atanassov, M. Bayachou Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Energy Technology, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

G01

15th International Symposium on Semiconductor Cleaning Science and Technology (SCST 15) T. Hattori, J. Ruzyllo, P. W. Mertens, A. J. Muscat, R. E. Novak, K. Saga Electronics and Photonics

Abst 1055 Abst 1056-1061 Chesapeake I, First Floor

Abst 1062-1067 Chesapeake I, First Floor

G02

Atomic Layer Deposition Applications 13 F. Roozeboom, S. De Gendt, J. Dendooven, J. W. Elam, O. van der Straten, C. Liu Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology

Abst 10831086 Abst 10871090 Chesapeake L, First Floor

Abst 1091-1093 Chesapeake L, First Floor

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Thursday, October 5 AM

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Abst 988-995 Chesapeake G, First Floor

Abst 996-1000 Chesapeake G, First Floor

Abst 940-944 Chesapeake H, First Floor

Abst 945-954 Chesapeake G, First Floor

Abst 955-964 Chesapeake G, First Floor

Posters 983-987 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

Posters 10161021 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level Abst 1022-1025 Abst 1026-1029 Chesapeake 12, First Floor

Abst 1030-1033 Chesapeake 12, First Floor Poster 1034 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level Poster 1035 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

Abst 1068-1073 Chesapeake I, First Floor

Abst 1074-1077 Abst 1078-1082 Chesapeake I, First Floor

Abst 1094-1099 Abst 1100-1103 Chesapeake L, First Floor

Abst 1104-1105 Abst 1106-1109 Chesapeake L, First Floor Posters 1110-1111 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

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Abst 1036-1045 Chesapeake 12, First Floor

Abst 1046-1054 Chesapeake 12, First Floor

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Semiconductor Process Integration 10 J. Murota, C. Claeys, H. Iwai, M. Tao, S. Deleonibus, A. Mai, K. Shiojima, P. Chin Electronics and Photonics

Abst 1112-1114 Abst 1115-1118 Chesapeake C, First Floor

Abst 1119-1123 Chesapeake C, First Floor

G04

Thermoelectric and Thermal Interface Materials 3 C. O'Dwyer, J. He, K. M. Razeeb, R. Chen, J. Lee, S. Calabrese Barton Electronics and Photonics, Energy Technology, High Temperature Materials

Abst 1157-1159 Abst 1160-1165 Chesapeake F, First Floor

Abst 1166-1169 Chesapeake F, First Floor

G05

Oxide Memristors J. L. Rupp, J. D. Nicholas, J. Yang, S. S. Nonnenmann High Temperature Materials, Dielectric Science and Technology, Electronics and Photonics

H01

State-of-the-Art Program on Compound Semiconductors 60 (SOTAPOCS 60) J. K. Hite, T. J. Anderson, R. P. Lynch, C. O'Dwyer, S. H. Kilgore, E. A. Douglas Electronics and Photonics

Abst 1224 Abst 1225-1229 Chesapeake A, First Floor

Abst 1230-1234 Chesapeake A, First Floor

H02

Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Electronic and Photonic Devices 10 Y. Chueh, C. O'Dwyer, J. He, M. Suzuki, J. C. Ho, Z. Fan, Q. Li, S. Kim Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology

Abst 1262-1265 Abst 1266-1269 Chesapeake E, First Floor

Abst 1270-1274 Chesapeake E, First Floor

H03

Gallium Nitride and Silicon Carbide Power Technologies 7 M. Dudley, M. Bakowski, N. Ohtani, B. Raghothamachar, K. Shenai Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology

Abst 1314-1317 Chesapeake B, First Floor

Abst 1318-1320 Chesapeake B, First Floor

I01A

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) - Diagnostics/ Characterization Methods, MEA Design/Model F. N. BĂźchi, H. A. Gasteiger, A. Z. Weber, A. P. Shirvanian Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

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Abst 1350-1356 Maryland A, First Floor

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Abst 1357-1362 Maryland A, First Floor

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232nd ECS Meeting l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD Tuesday, October 3

Wednesday, October 4

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Abst 1124-1127 Abst 1128-1132 Chesapeake C, First Floor

Abst 1133-1136 Abst 1137-1140 Chesapeake C, First Floor

Abst 1141-1145 Abst 1146-1149 Chesapeake C, First Floor

Abst 1150-1152 Abst 1153-1156 Chesapeake C, First Floor

Abst 1170-1172 Abst 1173-1179 Chesapeake F, First Floor

Abst 1180-1187 Chesapeake F, First Floor

Abst 1204, 11951199 Camelia 4, Ballroom Level

Abst 1194, 12001207 Camelia 4, Ballroom Level

Abst 1208-1214 Camelia 4, Ballroom Level

Abst 1215-1221 Camelia 4, Ballroom Level Posters 12221223 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

Abst 1235-1239 Chesapeake A, First Floor

Abst 1240-1245 Chesapeake A, First Floor Posters 12461248 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

Abst 1249-1255 Chesapeake A, First Floor

Abst 1256-1261 Chesapeake A, First Floor

Abst 1275-1279 Abst 1280-1283 Chesapeake E, First Floor

Abst 1284-1287 Abst 1288-1290 Chesapeake E, First Floor Posters 12911294 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

Abst 1295-1300 Abst 1301-1304 Chesapeake E, First Floor

Abst 1305-1309 Abst 1310-1313 Chesapeake E, First Floor

Abst 1321-1323 Abst 1324-1327 Chesapeake B, First Floor

Abst 1328-1331 Abst 1332-1335 Chesapeake B, First Floor Posters 13361337 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

Abst 1338-1342 Chesapeake B, First Floor

Abst 1343-1346 Abst 1347-1349 Chesapeake B, First Floor

Abst 1363-1373 National Harbor 3, Second Floor

Abst 1374-1385 National Harbor 3, Second Floor Posters 13861393, 1425 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

Abst 1394-1403 National Harbor 3, Second Floor

Abst 1404-1415 National Harbor 3, Second Floor

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Abst 1416-1424 National Harbor 3, Second Floor

Abst 1426-1435 National Harbor 3, Second Floor

Posters 11881193 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

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Monday, October 2

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Abst 1676-1680 National Harbor 2/3, Second Floor

Abst 1681-1683 National Harbor 2/3, Second Floor

I01B

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Fuel Cell Systems, Stack/BOP Design, Gas Processing K. Swider-Lyons, J. M. Fenton, T. F. Fuller, K. Shinohara Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

I01C

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) - Cation-Exchange Membrane Performance and Durability P. N. Pintauro, K. A. Perry Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

I01D

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) - Catalyst Activity/ Durability for Hydrogen(Reformate) Acidic Fuel Cells H. Uchida, P. Strasser, C. Coutanceau, S. Mitsushima Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

Abst 14951502 Maryland C, First Floor

Abst 1503-1511 Maryland C, First Floor

I01E

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) - Materials for Alkaline Fuel Cells and Direct-Fuel Fuel Cells T. J. Schmidt, R. A. Mantz, S. Narayan, V. K. Ramani Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

Abst 1591-1600 Maryland B, First Floor

Abst 1601-1605 Maryland B, First Floor

I01F

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) - Polymer-Electrolyte Electrolysis B. S. Pivovar, K. E. Ayers Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

I01Z

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) - Invited Talks D. J. Jones, K. Swider-Lyons, F. N. BĂźchi, H. A. Gasteiger, A. Z. Weber, A. P. Shirvanian, T. F. Fuller, K. Shinohara, P. N. Pintauro, K. A. Perry, H. Uchida, P. Strasser, C. Coutanceau, S. Mitsushima, T. J. Schmidt, R. A. Mantz, S. Narayan, V. K. Ramani, B. S. Pivovar, K. E. Ayers, Y. Kim, H. Xu Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

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232nd ECS Meeting l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD Tuesday, October 3

Wednesday, October 4

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Abst 1436-1443 National Harbor 15, Second Floor

Abst 1444-1447 National Harbor 15, Second Floor Posters 14481453 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

Abst 1454-1462 National Harbor 15, Second Floor

Posters 14631467 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

Abst 1512-1521 National Harbor 2, Second Floor

Abst 1522-1531 National Harbor 2, Second Floor Posters 15321549 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

Abst 1550-1559 National Harbor 2, Second Floor

Abst 1606-1615 National Harbor 14, Second Floor

Abst 1616-1621 National Harbor 14, Second Floor Posters 16221630 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

Abst 1631-1639 National Harbor 14, Second Floor

Posters 16401648 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

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Abst 1468-1475 National Harbor 14, Second Floor

Abst 1476-1485 National Harbor 14, Second Floor

Abst 1486-1494 National Harbor 14, Second Floor

Abst 1560-1569 National Harbor 2, Second Floor

Abst 1570-1580 National Harbor 2, Second Floor

Abst 1581-1590 National Harbor 2, Second Floor

Abst 1437, 16491656 National Harbor 15, Second Floor

Abst 1657-1664 National Harbor 15, Second Floor

Abst 1665-1674 National Harbor 15, Second Floor

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Abst 16841688 National Harbor 7, Second Floor

Abst 1689-1692 National Harbor 7, Second Floor

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Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics 11 (IMCC 11) X. Zhou, M. B. Mogensen, T. M. Gur, T. Kawada, E. Traversa High Temperature Materials

J01

Luminescence and Display Materials: Fundamentals and Applications M. Raukas, K. C. Mishra, A. A. Setlur, M. Bettinelli, A. M. Srivastava, M. G. Brik Luminescence and Display Materials

Abst 1754-1759 Chesapeake 11, First Floor

Abst 1760-1762 Chesapeake 11, First Floor

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Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry General Session A. H. Suroviec, A. C. Hillier Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

Abst 1787-1796 National Harbor 5, Second Floor

Abst 1797-1802 National Harbor 5, Second Floor

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Photocatalysts, Photoelectrochemical Cells and Solar Fuels 8 N. Wu, D. Chu, P. J. Kulesza, J. Lee, E. L. Miller, V. Subramanian, T. Tatsuma, H. Wang Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Sensor

Abst 18421844 Abst 18451848 National Harbor 6, Second Floor

Abst 18491852 National Harbor 6, Second Floor

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Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry of Ionic Liquids 6 P. C. Trulove, R. A. Mantz, L. M. Haverhals, V. Di Noto, M. Bayachou Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Energy Technology, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry

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Bioelectroanalysis S. D. Minteer, S. Calabrese Barton, J. E. Koehne, M. Bayachou Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Sensor

Abst 1832-1841 Maryland 2, First Floor

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Abst 1693-1695 Abst 1697 Abst 1696-1698 National Harbor 7, Second Floor

Abst 1699-1705 National Harbor 7, Second Floor Posters 17061711 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

Abst 1712-1719 National Harbor 7, Second Floor

Abst 1720 Abst 1721-1729 National Harbor 7, Second Floor Posters 17301735 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

Abst 1736-1745 National Harbor 7, Second Floor

Abst 1746-1753 National Harbor 7, Second Floor

Abst 1763-1767 Chesapeake 11, First Floor

Abst 1768-1770 Abst 1771-1772 Chesapeake 11, First Floor Posters 17731780 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

Abst 1781-1786 Chesapeake 11, First Floor

Abst 1803-1811 National Harbor 5, Second Floor

Abst 1812-1819 National Harbor 5, Second Floor Posters 18201831 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

Abst 1853-1861 National Harbor 6, Second Floor

Abst 1862-1867 Abst 1868 National Harbor 6, Second Floor

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Abst 1928-1930 Abst 1931-1938 Chesapeake G, First Floor Posters 19391941 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

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Fundamental Aspects of Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide P. J. Kulesza, D. E. Cliffel, K. Rajeshwar, A. B. Bocarsly, N. Wu, G. T. Cheek Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Energy Technology, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Sensor

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Computational Electrochemistry S. J. Paddison, I. V. Zenyuk Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Energy Technology, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

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Advanced Techniques for In Situ Electrochemical Systems S. Pylypenko, S. Mukerjee, G. T. Cheek Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Energy Technology, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Sensor

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Multi-electron Redox Systems for Next Generation Batteries D. A. Buttry, R. A. Mantz, G. Wu Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Battery, Energy Technology

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Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems General Session D. Kim, N. Wu, J. E. Koehne, L. Soleymani, M. J. Sailor, S. Mitra, P. Hesketh, S. Bhansali, P. K. Sekhar, M. Navaei Sensor

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Practical Implementation and Commercialization of Sensors 2 M. Carter, L. A. Nagahara, R. Mukundan, P. Vanysek, J. Choi Sensor, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

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General Student Poster Session V. R. Subramanian, K. B. Sundaram, V. Chaitanya, P. Pharkya, A. H. Suroviec All Divisions

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Abst 2023-2026 Abst 2027-2031 National Harbor 4, Second Floor

Abst 2032-2034 Abst 2035-2038 National Harbor 4, Second Floor Poster 2039 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level Abst 2040-2046 Chesapeake I, First Floor

Abst 2047-2053 Chesapeake I, First Floor Poster 2054 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

Abst 2063-2073 Chesapeake K, First Floor

Abst 2074-2082 Chesapeake K, First Floor Posters 20832084 Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Lower Level

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Nanotechnology General Session O. M. Leonte, C. Bock, J. E. Koehne, Z. Chen All Divisions, Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee

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Energy-Water Nexus E. D. Wachsman, A. M. Herring, R. P. Ramasamy, G. G. Botte All Divisions, Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee

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The Brain and Electrochemistry H. (L). Deligianni, C. Bock, J. Leddy, L. Nagahara, S. D. Minteer, M. Bayachou, D. K. Smith, J. Mauzeroll, P. A. Takmakov All Divisions, Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee

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Sensors for Food Safety, Quality, and Security B. A. Chin, A. Simonian, J. Choi, R. P. Ramasamy, N. Wu, A. H. Suroviec, M. Bayachou, P. Hesketh Sensor, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee

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Technical Sessions Sunday, October 1 Highlight

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Battery and Energy Technology Joint General Session Battery / Energy Technology Maryland D, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Flow Batteries 1 – 08:30 – 12:10 Co-Chairs: S. R. Narayan and Wei Wang 08:30

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Detailed Investigation of Physical Parameters of Vanadium Flow Battery Catholytes – N. Quill, D. Oboroceanu, J. O’Donnell, C. Lenihan, D. N. Buckley, and R. P. Lynch (Department of Physics, University of Limerick, Bernal Institute, University of Limerick, Ireland) Passive Deposition of Carbon Nanoparticles for Robust Kinetic Enhancement in Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries – D. Aaron, S. Yeom (University of Tennessee), Y. Ashraf Gandomi (Dep. of Mechanical Engineering, University of Tennessee), T. Ertugrul, K. Kihm, and M. M. Mench (University of Tennessee) Direct Observation of Crossover and Current Distribution in All-Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries – Y. Ashraf Gandomi (Dep. of Mechanical Engineering, University of Tennessee), T. Y. Ertugrul, J. T. Clement, D. Aaron, and M. M. Mench (University of Tennessee) Break Delineating Contributions from Vanadium Crossover and Electrode Degradation to Capacity Decay in Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries – M. C. Daugherty (University of Tennessee), Y. Ashraf Gandomi (Dep. of Mechanical Engineering, University of Tennessee), A. Pezeshki (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), D. Aaron, and M. M. Mench (University of Tennessee) Understanding Electrolyte Remixing As a Capacity Fade Mitigation Technique for Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries – N. H. Casco, N. Kourmanopoulos (University of Massachusetts Lowell), C. R. Dennison (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne), E. C. Kumbur (Drexel University), and E. Agar (University of Massachusetts Lowell) Investigation of Electrode Losses in AllVanadium Redox Flow Batteries with an Interdigitated Flow Field – S. Tsushima, K. Yamamoto, and T. Suzuki (Osaka University)

Lower Overpotential of Vanadium Redox Flow Battery By Partially Mixed Carbon Nanofiber in the Electrode – H. Ishitobi, S. Sugawara, K. Oba, and N. Nakagawa (Gunma University) Novel Obstructed Flow Field Designs for Improved Perfomance in Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries – B. Akuzum, N. Robinson (Drexel University), E. Agar (University of Massachusetts Lowell), and E. C. Kumbur (Drexel University) Non-Perflourinated Ion Conducting Membranes with Internal Crosslinking Network for Vanadium Flow Batteries (VFBs) – Y. Zhao, Z. Yuan, X. Li, and H. Zhang (Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics) Study of Transport in a Novel, Heteropoly Acid Hybrid Polymer Membrane Designed for Use in Flow Batteries – A. R. Motz, M. C. Kuo (Colorado School of Mines), A. Kusoglu, M. C. Tucker, A. Z. Weber (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), G. M. Haugen (3M Fuel Cell Components Program, 3M), and A. M. Herring (Colorado School of Mines)

Flow Batteries 2 – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Jean St-Pierre and Shohji Tsushima 14:00

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Optimizing the Design of Redox Flow Battery Electrodes Using Impedance Measurements – A. Murali, B. Yang, and S. R. Narayanan (University of Southern California) Towards Better Utilization Ratios of Active Materials in Redox Flow Batteries – W. Duan (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), B. Li, D. Lu (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), X. Wei (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), Z. Nie, V. Murugesan, J. Kizewski, A. Hollas, D. Reed, V. Sprenkle (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), and W. Wang (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR)) Redox Flow Batteries Based on Aqueous Soluble Organics – X. Wei (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), A. Hollas (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), Z. Yang (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), J. Huang (Argonne National Laboratory, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), W. Duan (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), B. Li, Z. Nie, E. Walter (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), M. Vijayakumar (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), D. Reed (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), Z. Zhang (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Argonne National Laboratory), W. Wang, and V. Sprenkle (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

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Toward Soluble, Stable Organic Electroactive Materials for Non-Aqueous Redox Flow Batteries – S. A. Odom, A. P. Kaur, H. A. Attanayake, M. D. Casselman (University of Kentucky), J. D. Milshtein, J. A. Kowalski (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), C. F. Elliott, S. R. Parkin, C. Risko, J. Anthony (University of Kentucky), and F. R. Brushett (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research) 15:20 15 Aqueous Organic Redox Flow Batteries (AORFBs) for Sustainable and Safe Renewable Energy Storage – B. Hu (Utah State University), C. DeBruler (Utah State Univeristy), and T. Liu (Utah State University) 15:40 16 Organic Anolyte Species for Aqueous Redox Flow Batteries – A. Hollas, X. Wei, B. Li, W. Duan, Z. Nie, V. Murugesan, J. Kizewski, D. Reed, W. Wang, and V. Sprenkle (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) 16:00 Break 16:20 17 Ambient Temperature Aqueous Sulfur Batteries for Ultralow Cost Grid Storage – Z. Li (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Virginia Tech), M. Pan, L. Su, P. C. Tsai, J. M. Valle, A. F. Badel, S. L. Eiler, F. R. Brushett, and Y. M. Chiang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 16:40 18 A Low-Cost, High-Performance Polysulfide/ Ferrocyanide Redox Flow Battery Using Highly Active Metal Pyrites Catalysts – W. Li (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Y. Dong (University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wuhan University of Technology), and S. Jin (Department of Chemistry, UW-Madison) 17:00 19 Illuminating Heterogeneous Mass Transport in Commercial Porous Electrodes for Aqueous Flow Batteries By Fluorescence Microscopy – A. A. Wong, S. Rubinstein, and M. J. Aziz (Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences) 17:20 20 Characterization of the Efficiency Losses in the Minimal Architecture Zinc-Bromine Battery – K. W. Knehr, S. Biswas, H. Huynh (Princeton University), and D. A. Steingart (MAE/ACEE Princeton University) 17:40 21 Unlocking the Capacity of Iodide for HighEnergy-Density Polyiodide-Based Redox Flow Batteries – G. M. Weng, Z. Li, G. Cong, Y. Zhou, and Y. C. Lu (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Fuel Cells

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Maryland B, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Battery Maryland 1, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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(Invited) Which Lib Cathode Will Dominate for the EV and ESS --- from the Industry Point of View? – Z. Xu (Hangzhou ChangKai Energy Technology Co LTD, Binghamton University) Understanding the Trilemma in Electric Vehicle Batteries: Energy Density, Fast Charging, and Cycle Life – X. G. Yang and C. Y. Wang (Electrochemical Engine Center, Pennsylvania State Univ.) Factors Limiting Li+ Charge Transfer Kinetics in Li-Ion Batteries – T. R. Jow, S. A. Delp, J. L. Allen (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), J. P. Jones, and M. C. Smart (JPL/Caltech)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

Effect of Storage Conditions on the Electrochemical Behavior of Ni-Rich Cathode Materials (NMC811) for Li-Ion Batteries – R. Jung, R. Morasch (Technical University of Munich), P. Karayaylali, K. Phillips (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), F. Maglia (BMW Group), C. Stinner (BMW AG), Y. Shao-Horn (EEL/Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich) Parameter Identifiability of the Single Particle Model for Lithium-Ion Cells – A. M. Bizeray (Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford), J. H. Kim (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology), S. R. Duncan (University of Oxford, Department of Engineering Science), and D. A. Howey (Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford) Break (Invited) Life-Cycle Comparison of EV Li-Ion Battery Chemistries Under Grid Duty Cycles – V. Sprenkle, D. Choi, A. Crawford, and V. Viswanathan (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) Gas Monitoring and Sampling of LargeFormat Lithium-Ion Cells – C. Hendricks (University of Maryland, College Park, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division), J. K. Ko (Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division), J. Steffin, S. Maharrey, C. Stoltz (Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head), and D. Fuentevilla (Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division) Relating Temperature-Dependent Aging Rate to Cathode Materials in Commercial 18650 Li-Ion Battery – H. Wang and J. Whitacre (Carnegie Mellon University) Materials Design and Synthetic Strategies to Enhance Electron Transport in Composite Materials – K. J. Takeuchi, E. S. Takeuchi, and A. C. Marschilok (Stony Brook University) The Effect of Pre-Lithiation Chemistry on Li Inventory in High-Energy Li-Ion Cells – W. Dose, P. Senguttuvan, J. Blauwkamp, and C. Johnson (Argonne National Laboratory)

101E Materials for Alkaline Fuel Cells and Direct-Fuel

Li-ion Batteries

System Optimization – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Zhiyong Xu and Ying Shirley Meng 14:00

15:10

E-01 Alkaline Membranes 1 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Paul A Kohl and Chulsung Bae 08:00

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(Invited) Molecular Engineering of Aromatic Polymer Electrolytes for Anion Exchange Membranes – W. H. Lee, E. J. Park, J. Han, J. Y. Jeon, A. D. Mohanty, D. W. Shin (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), Y. S. Kim (Los Alamos National Laboratory), and C. Bae (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

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Imidazolium-Functionalized Polymer Membranes for Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers – M. Pellerite, M. Kaplun, C. HartmannThompson, K. A. Lewinski, N. Kunz, T. Gregar, J. Baetzold, D. Lutz, M. Quast (3M Company), Z. Liu, H. Yang, S. D. Sajjad, Y. Gao, and R. Masel (Dioxide Materials) 09:00 1593 Anion Conducting Block Copolymers with Partial Fluorination and Long Side Chains – M. Mandal, L. Liu, J. M. Ahlfield, and P. A. Kohl (Georgia Institute of Technology) 09:20 1594 The ARPA-E Ionics Program: Advancing Anion Exchange Membranes – P. S. Albertus, S. J. Babinec (Advanced Research Projects Agency - Energy), and M. J. Pouy (Booz Allen Hamilton) 09:40 Intermission 10:00 1595 Multiplex Analysis on Phase Separation and Ion Conductivity at Bulks and Surfaces of Designed Anion Exchange Membranes – T. Kimura (University of Yamanashi), R. Akiyama (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi), K. Miyatake (Clean Energy Research Center, University of Yamanashi, Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi), and J. Inukai (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi, Clean Energy Research Center, University of Yamanashi) 10:20 1596 Anion Conducting Ionomers for Fuel Cell and Electrolyzer Applications – G. Huang, L. Liu, J. M. Ahlfield, Y. Kim, Y. Kaburagi, A. Tricker, and P. A. Kohl (Georgia Institute of Technology) 10:40 1597 Synthesis and Characterization of Perfluorinated Anion Exchange Membranes – A. M. Park, Z. R. Owczarczyk, L. E. Garner, A. C. Yang-Neyerlin, H. Long, C. M. Antunes, M. R. Sturgeon (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), M. J. Lindell, S. J. Hamrock, M. Yandrasits (3M Corporation), and B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) 11:00 1598 Aqueous pKa and Hydroxide Stability of Imidazolium Derivatives – V. D. P. Nzuwah Nziko, J. L. Shih, S. Jansone-Popova, and V. Bryantsev (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) 11:20 1599 Non-Fluorinated High Performance PreIrradiation Grafted Anion-Exchange Membranes – L. Wang and J. Varcoe (University of Surrey) 11:40 1600 Ionic Functionalization of Polystyrene-BPoly(ethylene-co-butylene)-B-Polystyrene Via Friedel-Crafts Bromoalkylation and Its Application for Anion Exchange Membranes – J. Y. Jeon, A. D. Mohanty, D. Tian, and C. Bae (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Catalyst Activity/Durability for Hydrogen (-Reformate) Acidic Fuel Cells

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Maryland C, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center D-01 Non-PGM Cathode Catalysts 1 – 08:40 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Alexey Serov and Fabio H. B. Lima 08:40

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The Effect of Oxidation Temperature for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction Activity of Defective Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes (MWCNT) – J. Chen, K. Eguchi, and K. Waki (Tokyo Institute of Technology) 09:00 1496 Reaction Selectivity for Oxygen Reduction of N-Doped Graphene Nanoclusters – H. Matsuyama, A. Akaishi, and J. Nakamura (The University of Electro-Communications (UECTokyo), JST-CREST) 09:20 1497 Synergetic Effect of Nitrogen and Boron CoDoped Highly Porous Graphene Network Towards Oxygen Reduction Reaction – A. Ghosh and S. Ramaprabhu (Indian Institute of Technology Madras) 09:40 Intermission 10:00 1498 (Invited) Platinum Group Metal-Free Oxygen Reduction Reaction Electrocatalysts from Fe-N-C Family: Activity, Durability and Manufacturability – A. Serov (Pajarito Powder LLC), B. Zulevi (Pajarito Powder, LLC), K. Artyushkova (Center for Micro-Engineered Materials), P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico), G. Zhang, R. Chenitz, M. Lefèvre, J. P. Dodelet (Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS)), S. Sun (Energie Materiaux Telecommunications Research Center), S. Pann, and S. Mukerjee (Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Northeastern University) 10:40 1499 A New Approach for the Synthesis of Composition-Controlled, Fe-Based O2-Reduction Catalysts for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – J. Herranz, K. Ebner (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut), and T. J. Schmidt (Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, ETH Zürich, Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute) 11:00 1500 Nitrogen-Coordinated Iron-Carbon and Nitrogen-Doped Carbon-Encapsulated Iron Nanoparticle Electrocatalysts for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction – N. A. Galiote (IQSC) and F. H. B. Lima (IQSC - Institute of Chemistry of Sao Carlos) 11:20 1501 Effect of rf-Plasma Etching on the Activity and Selectivity of Me-N-C Electrocatalysts for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction – N. Weidler, D. J. Babu, I. Martinaiou, S. Paul, S. Wagner, A. Shahraei, A. Janßen, R. W. Stark, J. J. Schneider, and U. I. Kramm (Technische Universität Darmstadt) 11:40 1502 New Modified Nitrogen-Doped Graphene (NG)/Metal Organic Framework (MOF) Derived Microporous Catalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction (ORR) – S. Zhuang, B. Nunna, and E. S. Lee (New Jersey Institute of Technology)

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Diagnostics/Characterization Methods, MEA Design/ Model

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Maryland A, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center A-01 HT-PEFC – 09:00 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Roswitha Zeis and Stylianos G. Neophytides 09:00

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Evaluation of HT-PEM Fuel Cells via Load Cycling at High Current Densities – M. Rastedt, V. Tullius, J. Büsselmann, D. Schonvogel, P. Wagner, and A. Dyck (DLR Institute of Networked Energy Systems) Investigation on Degradation of HT-PEM Membrane-Electrode-Assemblies for Fuel Cells Under Start-Stop-Cycling – V. Tullius, M. Rastedt, J. Büsselmann (NEXT ENERGY • EWE Research Centre for Energy Technology), D. Schonvogel (DLR Institute of Networked Energy Systems), N. Pilinski (NEXT ENERGY • EWE Research Centre for Energy Technology), P. Wagner, and A. Dyck (DLR Institute of Networked Energy Systems) Intermission Characterization of High Temperature PEM Fuel Cells for Electrochemical Hydrogen Pumping – M. A. Schmid, S. Galbiati, N. Bevilacqua, S. Schindler (KIT, Helmholtz Institute Ulm), M. A. Danzer (ZSW BadenWuerttemberg, University of Bayreuth), J. Kaczerowski (ZSW Baden-Wuerttemberg), and R. Zeis (KIT, Helmholtz Institute Ulm, Institute of Physical Chemistry) Nanostructure of HT-PEFC Electrodes Investigated with Scattering Methods – O. Holderer, M. Khaneft, Y. Lin (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), S. Liu (IEK-3, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), A. Feoktystov, M. Kruteva, R. Zorn (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), and W. Lehnert (IEK-3, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, RWTH Aachen University, Germany) Study of Cathode Catalyst Layer Parameters for HT-PEMFC Using Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – S. Liu, Y. Rahim, K. Wippermann, H. Janßen (IEK-3, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), W. Lehnert (IEK-3, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, RWTH Aachen University, Germany), and D. Stolten (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH) Simulation of HT-PEMFC AC Impedance Spectra: Relaxation Impedance and Identification of Oxygen Reduction Reaction Mechanism – P. I. Giotakos (Dpt. of Chemical Engineering University of Patras, Greece, FORTH/ICEHT Patras,Greece) and S. G. Neophytides (FORTH/ICEHT Patras, Greece) Electrochemical Modeling HT-PEM Fuel Cells Using Elementary Step Kinetics – A. Unnikrishnan, R. Natarajan (ARCI), and V. M. Janardhanan (IIT Hyderabad)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

A-02 Modeling 1 – 13:40 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Jeffrey S Allen and Makoto Uchida 13:40

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(Invited) Mechanistic Study of PEMFC Reversible Voltage Degradation through Experiment and Modeling – J. Zhang and W. Gu (General Motors Company, Global Fuel Cell Activities) Theoretical Modeling of Catalyst Layers for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells with Different Fabrication Processes and Analysis of the Morphologies – H. Ishikawa (Panasonic corporation), Y. Sugawara (Panasonic Corporation), and M. Uchida (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi) Coupling of Pore-Phase and Solid-Phase Networks for Simulating Heat and Mass Transport in Porous Transport Layers – V. Konduru and J. S. Allen (Michigan Technological University) A Pore Network Modelling Study of Fuel Cell Gas Diffusion Layers with Patterned Wettability – A. Forner-Cuenca (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute), H. Brandvold (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut), M. A. Hoeh (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), V. Manzi-Orezzoli (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute), T. J. Schmidt (Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, ETH Zürich), and P. Boillat (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute) Multiscale Numerical Model for Contact Resistance Prediction in the Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell – D. Qiu (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, IEK-3 Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), L. Peng, P. Yi, X. Lai (Shanghai Jiao Tong University), H. Janßen (IEK-3, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), and W. Lehnert (IEK-3, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, RWTH Aachen University, Germany) PGM-Free Electrode Microstructure Analysis and Transport Modeling – F. Cetinbas, N. Kariuki, R. Ahluwalia (Argonne National Laboratory), H. T. Chung, P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory), and D. J. Myers (Argonne National Laboratory)

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) -

101E Materials for Alkaline Fuel Cells and Direct-Fuel Fuel Cells

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) -

101D Catalyst Activity/Durability for Hydrogen (-Reformate) Acidic Fuel Cells

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Maryland C, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Maryland B, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center E-02 Alkaline Membranes 2 – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Christopher George Arges and Vito Di Noto 14:00

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(Invited) Structured Electrochemical Materials Fabricated from Directed Self-Assembly of Block Copolymers and Advanced Lithography – L. Zhang, C. Cao, A. Yakimov, and C. G. Arges (Louisiana State University) Alkaline Durable Anion-Conducting Electrolyte Membranes Prepared by Radiation Induced Grafting of 2-Methyl4-vinylimidazole for Non-Platinum Direct Hydrazine Hydrate Fuel Cells – Y. Maekawa, K. Yoshimura (Natl. Inst. for Quantum and Radiological Sci. Technol.), K. Takeuchi (Gunma University), A. Hiroki (Natl. Inst. for Quantum and Radiological Sci. Technol.), S. Watanabe, T. Hagiwara (Saitama Institute of Technology), H. Shishitani, S. Yamaguchi (Daihatsu Motor Co., Ltd.), and H. Tanaka (Kwansei Gakuin University) Anion Exchange Membrane Ionic Conductivity in the Presence of Carbon Dioxide Under Fuel Cell Operating Conditions – J. A. Wrubel, A. A. Peracchio, B. N. Cassenti (University of Connecticut), T. D. Myles (Center for Clean Energy Engineering), K. N. Grew (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), and W. K. S. Chiu (University of Connecticut) Anion Exchange Membranes: Correlation between Physicochemical Properties and Anion Conductivity By Broadband Electrical Spectroscopy – V. Di Noto (Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Padova), K. Vezzù (University of Padova, Dept. of Industrial Engineering, INSTM), E. Negro (Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Padova, Centro Studi “Giorgio Levi Cases”), F. Bertasi (Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Padova), G. Nawn (Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Padua), and A. M. Herring (Colorado School of Mines) A Study of Carbonate Formation Kinetics and Morphological Effects Observed on OH- form of Pfaem When Exposed to Air Containing CO2 – A. G. Divekar (Colorado School of Mines), A. M. Park, Z. R. Owczarczyk (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), S. Seifert (Argonne National Laboratory), B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), and A. M. Herring (Colorado School of Mines)

D-02 Non-PGM Cathode Catalysts 2 – 14:00 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: Piotr Zelenay and Yuta Nabae 14:00

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Influence of Transition Metal and Synthesis Methodology on the Active Site Density on the Surface of PGM-Free Catalysts – S. Komini Babu, U. Martinez, H. T. Chung, L. Lin, X. Yin, and P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory) 14:20 1504 Building Thin Film Model Materials to Study Active Sites of PGM-Free Electrocatalyst for ORR – Y. Xu (National Renewable Energy Lab), M. Dzara, S. Pylypenko (Colorado School of Mines), K. C. Neyerlin (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), S. S. Kocha (national Renewable Energy Lab), J. W. Zack, J. D. Perkins, H. N. Dinh, and A. Zakutayev (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) 14:40 1505 Structure-Activity-Durability Relationships of (CM+PANI)-Me-C PGM-Free Catalysts – U. Martinez, S. Komini Babu, E. F. Holby (Los Alamos National Laboratory), K. Artyushkova (Center for Micro-Engineered Materials), L. Lin, H. T. Chung, G. M. Purdy, and P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory) 15:00 1506 Rotating Ring-Disk Electrode Voltammetry Considering the Quasi-Four Electron Reduction of Oxygen for Fe/N/C Catalsyts – Y. Nabae, A. Muthukrishnan, and Y. Wu (Tokyo Institute of Technology) 15:20 1507 High-Throughput Synthesis and Characterization of PGM-Free Oxygen Reduction Reaction Electrocatalysts – D. J. Myers, M. Ferrandon, A. J. Kropf, D. Yang, N. Kariuki, J. Park, and S. Lee (Argonne National Laboratory) 15:40 1508 Engineering Metal-Organic FrameworkDerived PGM-Free Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction in Acidic Media – G. Wu (University at Buffalo, the State University of New York) 16:00 Intermission 16:20 1509 Atomically Dispersed (AD)Fe-N-C Oxygen Reduction Catalysts for Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells – H. T. Chung (Los Alamos National Laboratory), D. A. Cullen, B. Sneed, H. M. Meyer III (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), L. Lin, X. Yin (Los Alamos National Laboratory), K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory) 16:40 1510 Structural Tuning of PGM-Free Electrocatalyst for the High Performance of Membrane Electrode Assembly in PEFCs – S. M. Hwang, Y. J. Sohn (Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER)), S. D. Yim (Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER), University of Science and Technology (UST)), S. H. Park (Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER)), and G. G. Park (University of Science and Technology (UST), Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER)) Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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Electrochemical Behavior of Manganese Oxide Nanoparticles for Oxygen Reduction Reaction Environment in PEM Fuel Cells – G. Mirshekari and P. Shirvanian (Tennessee Tech University)

Photocatalysts, Photoelectrochemical Cells and Solar Fuels 8

Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Sensor Maryland 2, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

New Aspects of Titanium Oxides – 13:45 – 17:50 Chair: Scott Kevin Cushing 13:45 13:50 1832

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Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

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ECS OpenCon 2017: Exploring Ideas for Next Generation Research Chesapeake G/H/I, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center OpenCon Talks – 14:00 – 17:00 14:00 14:10

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Welcome Remarks: Johna Leddy/ECS President (Keynote) The Importance of Open Science in a Changing Scholarly Communications Paradigm – A. Farley (The Gates Foundation) Free the Science Introduction – E. J. Taylor (Faraday Technology, Inc.) Open Science – B. Nosek (Center for Open Science) Open Access – N. Shockey (SPARC) Open Your Data – M. Morovati (Dryad) Break Open and Government – D. Paltoo (National Institute of Health) Open and Academia: Datasets and Tools to Accelerate Electrochemical Science and Engineering – D. T. Schwartz (University of Washington) Break

Panel Discussion – 16:50 – 17:45 16:50 Panel Discussion: “Changing Culture” 17:35 Closing Remarks: Johna Leddy/ECS President

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Monday, October 2

0800h ��������� Electronics and Photonics Division Award Address, Chesapeake A 0700h ��������� Session Chair and Symposium Organizer Orientation Breakfast, Cherry Blossom Ballroom 1400h ��������� Energy-Water Nexus Plenary session (Z03), National Harbor 10 1700h ��������� Plenary Session and the ECS Lecture, Maryland A/B 1900h ��������� Student Mixer, Cherry Blossom Ballroom

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Battery and Energy Technology Joint General Session

Battery / Energy Technology Maryland D, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Fuel Cells and Air Batteries – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Michael C Tucker and Xiaoliang Wei 08:00

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(Invited) Transport Phenomena in Electrochemical Energy-Conversion Technologies – A. Z. Weber (Energy Conversion Group, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Unit Cell Model of a Regenerative HydrogenVanadium Fuel Cell – C. Pino, H. Hewa Dewage, V. Yufit, and N. P. Brandon (Imperial College London) Hydrogen-Vanadium Reversible Fuel Cell Crossover Study – R. P. Dowd Jr. (The University of Kansas), D. Powers, R. Wycisk, P. N. Pintauro (Vanderbilt University), and T. V. Nguyen (The University of Kansas) Batteries and Fuel Cells with Convective Mobile Electrolyte – H. Fischel (Global Energy Science, LLC), P. Lubin (UCSB), and B. Clark (LaunchPoint Technologies, Inc.) Break (Invited) Highly Proton Conducting Membranes for Electrochemical Energy Conversion Applications – A. M. Herring, A. R. Motz, M. C. Kuo, and V. Nguyen (Colorado School of Mines) Pore Level Liquid Protrusion Under Mixed Wetting and Geometry – A. Herescu (Purdue University Northwest) Linking Initial Microstructure to Microstructure Evolution and Conductivity Change in SOFC Electrodes: A Phase Field Simulation – Y. Lei, T. L. Cheng, and Y. H. Wen (U.S. Department of Energy - NETL) Miniaturized Ascorbic Acid Fuel Cells with an Ion-Exchange Films and Flexible Electrodes Made of Graphene-Coated Carbon Fiber Cloth – T. Doi, K. Hoshi (College of Science and Technology, Nihon University), K. Muramatu, H. Sumi (Incubation Alliance, INC), Y. Nishioka, and S. Imai (College of Science and Technology, Nihon University)

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Oxygen Electrocatalysis on Cobalt-Based Layered Perovskite Oxychlorides in Alkaline Media – Y. Miyahara, K. Miyazaki, T. Fukutsuka, and T. Abe (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University) ORR and Oer Activity of the CarbonFree Perovskite-Type Oxide Catalyst for Secondary Zn-Air Battery – T. Takeguchi, R. Kobayashi, and K. Ui (Faculty of Science and Engineering, Iwate University)

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Effects of High-Porosity Conductive Foams on the Electrochemical Performance of Electrochemical Flow Capacitors – B. Akuzum, L. Agartan, D. Hudson, Y. Gogotsi, and E. C. Kumbur (Drexel University) All-in- One Graphene-Based Composite Fiber Supercapacitor – Y. Liu, L. Rasenthiram, L. Lim, W. Liu, and A. Yu (University of Waterloo) Synthesis of NiMoS4 and Its Application for High-Performance Supercapacitors – D. Du, R. Lan (University of Warwick), and S. Tao (University of Warwick, Monash University) Break XPS Study of Rare Earth Redox Mediators for Solid-State Supercapacitors – C. Zhang, Y. Wang, X. Zhou (University of Miami), A. Mansour, G. H. Waller (Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division), and C. Martin (Navy Surface Warfare Center at Carderock) One-Step Synthesis of Nanostructured Co3O4 Film on Nickel Foam As Electrode for Supercapacitor Application – Y. Wang (University of Connecticut), J. Roller (FEI Company), and R. Maric (Center for Clean Energy Engineering) Studies on the Electrochemical Properties of NiMn2O4 Nanoparticle for High Performance Energy Storage Supercapacitor Electrodes – A. Ray (Jadavpur University) Controlled Synthesis of Homogeneous MnCO3 Hollow Nanostructures for Supercapacitor Application – S. Piraman, S. Alagar, and R. Madhuvilakku (ALAGAPPA UNIVERSITY)

Li-ion Batteries

Battery Maryland C, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Cathode I – 08:10 – 12:30 Co-Chairs: Wei Tong and Laurence Croguennec 08:10

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(Invited) Lithium-Ion Transport in Ncm Oxides: Effect of Crystallographic Evolution during Delithiation – K. P. C. Yao (Argonne National Laboratory), K. Kalaga, J. A. Gilbert (Argonne National Lab), J. Okasinski, J. Almer (Argonne National Laboratory), and D. P. Abraham (Argonne National Lab) Effect of Synthetic Condition on Local Chemical Ordering of Li1.2Mn0.6Ni0.2O2 Investigated By Pair Distribution Function Analysis – N. Kitamura, Y. Kubo, N. Ishida, and Y. Idemoto (Tokyo University of Science)

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Elucidating Effect of Transition Metal on Anionic Oxygen Activity in High-Energy Li-Rich Layered Oxides – J. Xu, M. Sun, R. Qiao (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), S. E. Renfrew (University of California, Berkeley), L. Ma, J. Lu (Argonne National Laboratory), S. Hwang (Brookhaven National Lab), D. Su (Brookhaven National Laboratory), D. Nordlund, A. Mehta (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory), K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory), B. D. McCloskey, W. Yang, and W. Tong (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Change of Average and Local Structures of 0.4Li2MnO3-0.6LiMn1/3Ni1/3Co1/3O2 in First Discharge Process at High Temperature – Y. Idemoto, T. Hiranuma, N. Ishida, and N. Kitamura (Tokyo University of Science) Break (Invited) In the Quest of New Materials for High Energy Density Lithium-Ion Batteries – L. Croguennec (ICMCB-CNRS, Univ. Bordeaux, Bordeaux INP, Pessac, France), S. Pajot (CEA LITEN Grenoble, CEA Tech Aquitaine Pessac, France, ICMCB-CNRS, Univ. Bordeaux, Bordeaux INP, Pessac, France), E. Boivin (ICMCB-CNRS, Univ. Bordeaux, Bordeaux INP, Pessac, France, LRCS, Université de Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens, France), T. Bamine (ICMCB-CNRS, Univ. Bordeaux, Bordeaux INP, Pessac, France), R. David (LRCS, Université de Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens, France), F. Weill, M. Ménétrier (ICMCB-CNRS, Univ. Bordeaux, Bordeaux INP, Pessac, France), L. Simonin (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LITEN, Grenoble, France), J. N. Chotard (LRCS, Université de Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens, France), D. Carlier (ICMCB-CNRS, Univ. Bordeaux, Bordeaux INP, Pessac, France), and C. Masquelier (LRCS, Université de Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens, France) In-Depth Investigation of Process-StructureProperty Relationship in the Cathode Materials for Li Ion Batteries – Q. Liu (Argonne National Laboratory), J. Xie (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis), Y. Ren (Advanced Photon Source, Argonne National Laboratory), and W. Lu (Argonne National Laboratory) Concentrated Gradient Cathode Materials with LiNi0.9Mn0.05Co0.05O2 Core and LiNi0.33Mn0.33Co0.33O2 Surface Composition – Y. Shin, O. Kahvecioglu Feridun, and G. Krumdick (Argonne National Laboratory) Exploring the Effects of Doping on the Electrochemical Performances of LiCoO2 at High Cut-Off voltage – J. Zhang, E. Zhao, Y. Wang, J. Wang, F. Wang, X. Yu, and H. Li (Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences) Transition-Metal Migration in LithiumRich Layered Oxides – a Long-Duration Synchrotron Study – K. M. Kleiner (TU Munich, Technical Electrochemistry), B. Strehle (Technische Universität München), I. Buchberger (TU München, TEC), A. Baker, S. Day, C. C. Tang (Diamond Light Source), H. A. Gasteiger, and M. Piana (Technical University of Munich)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

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HQ - US Army Development of High Voltage Olivine Cathode – J. L. Allen, S. A. Delp, J. Wolfenstine, T. R. Jow (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), D. Liu, C. S. Kim, M. Cho, A. Guerfi, and K. Zaghib (Research Institute of Hydro-Quebec (IREQ)) Stabilization of Electrode-Electrolyte Interface By Conformal Passivating Layers on the Surface of Spinel Nanocrystals – B. J. Kwon (University of Illinois at Chicago), B. Key (Argonne National Laboratory), F. Dogan (Argonne National Lab), J. Jokisaari (University of illinois at Chicago), C. Kim (Chungnam National University), R. F. Klie, and J. Cabana (University of Illinois at Chicago)

Cathode II – 13:40 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Neeraj Sharma and Louis F.J. Piper 13:40

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Operando and in Situ Diffraction Investigation of Lithium-Ion Batteries: What Have We Learnt over the Years and Where Are We Heading? – N. Sharma (UNSW Australia) Evolution of the Cathode-Electrolyte Interface of Li1-xNi0.8Co0.15Al0.05O2 Electrodes Due to Electrochemical and Thermal Stress – Z. Lebens-Higgins (NECCES at Binghamton University), N. Faenza (NECCES at Rutgers University), S. Sallis (NECCES at Binghamton University), N. Pereira, G. Amatucci (NECCES at Rutgers University), and L. F. J. Piper (NECCES at Binghamton University) Toward Reversible, High Li-Content Insertion into Composite Electrode Enabled By ALD Solid Electrolyte– Revealing the Mechanisms for Superior Performance – C. F. Lin, M. Noked, K. Gregorczyk, X. Fan, C. Wang (University of Maryland, College Park), and G. W. Rubloff (Institute for Systems Research) Enhanced Electrochemical Performance of Mechano-Activated Nanoparticles of the Low Temperature Orthorhombic Phase of Li2FeSiO4 – M. Rasool (McGill university), X. Lu (Institut de recherche d’Hydro-Québec (IREQ),, McGill University), H. C. Chiu, F. Voisard, R. Gauvin (McGill University), D. T. Jiang (University of Guelph), K. Zaghib (Research Institute of Hydro-Quebec (IREQ)), and G. P. Demopoulos (McGill University) Structural Properties and Functional Electrochemistry of Spinel Type Iron Oxide Structures – E. S. Takeuchi (Brookhaven National Lab), A. C. Marschilok, and K. J. Takeuchi (Stony Brook University) Which LiVOPO4 Phase Works Best for Two Li Cycling? – M. F. V. Hidalgo (NECCESS at Binghamton University), Y. C. Lin (University of California San Diego), F. Omenya (NECCESS at Binghamton University), N. Chernova (NECCES at Binghamton University), S. P. Ong (University of California, San Diego), and M. S. Whittingham (Binghamton University)

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Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Alkali Insertion in VOPO4 Polymorphs – Y. C. Lin (NECCES at Univeristy of California, San Diego), M. F. Hidalgo (NECCESS at Binghamton University), I. H. Chu (University of California, San Diego), N. Chernova, M. S. Whittingham (NECCES at Binghamton University), and S. P. Ong (University of California, San Diego)

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(Invited) New Viable Nanomaterials for Ultrafast Batteries and Asymmetric Supercapacitors – K. Naoi (Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology) Electric Double Layer Capacitor Burn-in Procedure Optimization – J. R. Miller (JME, Inc, Case Western Reserve University), S. M. Butler (JME, Inc.), M. Antloga, B. Segel, and R. F. Savinell (Case Western Reserve University) Development and Testing of Large Format Graphene Supercapacitors – I. Rubio, D. Gonzalez (University of Warwick), Z. Stoeva (DZP Technologies), J. C. T. Low, and A. J. Roberts (University of Warwick)

Electroactive Polymers – 10:00 – 11:40 Chair: John R. Miller 10:00

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(Invited) Rapidly Switching Conjugated Polymers in Redox Active Devices: Supercapacitors As a Case Study – J. R. Reynolds (Georgia Institute of Technology) An Energy-Power Balancing Act: Balancing the High Capacity and Rate of LiMn2O4Carbon Nanofoam Cathodes with SolutionProcessable Conducting Polymer Anodes – M. B. Sassin (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), A. Ӧsterholm, J. Ponder, J. R. Reynolds (Georgia Institute of Technology), and J. W. Long (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory) Three-Dimensional Freestanding Nanofiber Electrodes for Electric Double Layer and Pseudo-Capacitors – V. Kalra (Drexel University) Hybrid Electrodes of Conducting Polymers and Two-Dimensional Ti3C2 (MXene) for Li and Na Ion Storage – A. VahidMohammadi and M. Beidaghi (Auburn University)

High-Power Batteries – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Christopher Johnson and Megan B. Sassin 14:00

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Materials to Devices – 08:20 – 09:40 Chair: Jeffrey W. Long

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Fast Electrochemical Processes and Devices

Welcome and Introduction – 08:10 – 08:20 Chair: Jeffrey W. Long

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(Invited) Environmentally-Friendly Binders for High Power Electrochemical Storage – A. Varzi (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)) and S. Passerini (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU-KIT))

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Alignment and Size Control of TiO2(B) for Fast Lithium Storage – W. Sugimoto, T. Yoshida, R. Tanaka, S. Makino, Y. Ayato, and D. Mochizuki (Shinshu University) Tracking Electrochemical Double Layer Effects Modulated By the Solvent Composition in Lithium Ion Batteries: A Combined Theoretical and Experimental Investigation – A. El kharbachi, V. Thangavel, T. K. Nguyen, K. H. Xue, M. Quiroga (LRCS (CNRS&UPJV), Réseau sur le Stockage Electrochimique de l’Energie RS2E), A. A. Franco (LRCS (CNRS&UPJV), RS2E, ALISTORE-ERI, Institut Universitaire de France), and D. Larcher (LRCS (CNRS&UPJV), RS2E, ALISTORE-ERI) Tracking Ion Intercalation into Layered Materials on the Nanoscale – Q. Gao, J. Come, M. Naguib, S. Jesse (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University), and N. Balke (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Electrochemical Characterization of Dispersions Containing Lithium-Ion Battery Active Materials – G. Koenig, Z. Qi, and D. Gupta (University of Virginia)

Carbon Nanostructures: From Fundamental Studies to Applications and Devices Nanocarbons / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Chesapeake K, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Nanocarbons for Energy and Catalysis I – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Stuart Licht and Matthaeus A. Wolak 08:00

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(Invited) The Molten Air Battery and the Multiple Electron Storage Advantage – S. Licht, M. J. Lefler (The George Washington University), and M. Johnson (George Washington University) Carbon Nanotubes from the Sky to Mitigate Climate Change: Incentivized Greenhouse Gas Removal By Its Transformation to Valuable Commodities – S. Licht (The George Washington University), M. Johnson (George Washington University), M. J. Lefler (The George Washington University), and J. Vicini (George Washington University) Nanoporous-Carbon As Host Material for High-Performance Li-Ion Energy Storage – M. A. Wolak, W. G. Yelton, D. F. Sava Gallis, K. L. Harrison, and M. P. Siegal (Sandia National Laboratories) Ion Dynamics and Electrosorption in Carbon Electrodes with Bimodal Porosities and Heterogeneous Interfaces – B. Dyatkin (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), Y. Zhang (Vanderbilt University), N. C. Osti, H. W. Wang, E. Mamontov (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), P. T. Cummings (Vanderbilt University), and Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University) Cellulose Acetate Derived Free-Standing Electrospun Carbon Nanofibrous Mat As an Anode Material for Rechargeable LithiumIon Battery – M. Kakunuri, R. Araga, M. Khandelwal, and C. S. Sharma (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad)

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Break Highly Porous N-Doped Graphitic Carbon from Bio-Waste As Bifunctional Elactrocatalyst for Hybrid Na-Air Battery – S. Baskar and P. Barpanda (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, 560012, India) 3D-Carbon Hybrid Nanostructure Formation Using Zeolite Template – C. V. Rojas (Dept. of Chemistry, University of Puerto Rico, USA) and N. Santa Cruz (Universidad de Puerto Rico) Buckypaper Supported Pt Monolayers Catalyst for PEM Applications – A. Abdelhafiz (School of Mat. Sci. & Engr. Georgia Institute of Technology), K. Gupta, S. Kumar (Georgia Institute of Technology), and F. M. Alamgir (School of Mat. Sci. and Engr., Georgia Inst. of Tech.) Electrodeposition of Carbon from High Temperature Carbonate Melts – M. Hughes, J. A. Allen, and S. W. Donne (University of Newcastle) Ionothermal Carbon Nanochemistry and Its Use in Energy Conversion – T. P. Fellinger (University of Applied Science Zittau), J. Pampel (Fraunhofer-Institut für Werkstoff- und Strahltechnik), and A. Mehmood (Dongguk University, South Korea) Nitrogen-Doped Carbon Catalyst for the Electrochemical Reduction of Carbon Dioxide – J. LIU and Z. Zhang (Shanghai University of Electric Power)

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Coatings and Inhibitors

Corrosion Camelia 3, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Coatings and Inhibitors I – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Hamilton Neil McMurray and Michael Rohwerder 08:00

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CVD Synthesis and Functionalization of Boron-Doped Graphene – D. Ion-Ebrasu (ICSI-Rm. Valcea), A. Enache (ICSI-Rm.), S. Enache, A. Soare (ICSI-Rm. Valcea), E. Carcadea (ICSI Rm. Valcea), M. Varlam, and I. Stefanescu (ICSI-Rm. Valcea) Synthesis and Characterization of Platinum Monolayers on Graphenated, ThreeDimensional Structures – F. M. Alamgir, C. Arnold, P. Buntin (Georgia Institute of Technology), and A. Abdelhafiz (School of Mat. Sci. & Engr. Georgia Institute of Technology) Granulated White Sugar Derived Carbon Material for Energy Storage Application – T. Thomberg, M. Härmas, T. Romann, A. Jänes, and E. Lust (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu) Carbonxs GUI – a Graphical Front End for Carbonxs – L. K. Tsui and F. H. Garzon (University of New Mexico) Supercapacitor Electrode from Electrospray of Polymeric Sol As Carbon Precursor on Current Collector – M. P. Chavhan and S. Ganguly (Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India-721302)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

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(Keynote) Organic Coatings for Corrosion Protection: Self-Healing at the Delaminated Interface – M. Rohwerder (Max-PlanckInstitut für Eisenforschung GmbH) Capsular Networking and Accelerated Trigger Signal Spreading Velocity in Smart RedoxResponsive Coatings for Corrosion Protection – M. Uebel and M. Rohwerder (Max-PlanckInstitut für Eisenforschung GmbH) Cyclodextrins in Corrosion Protection of Zinc – A. Altin (Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH), M. Krzywiecki (Institute of Physics–CSE), M. Rohwerder (Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH), and A. Erbe (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Max-PlanckInstitut für Eisenforschung GmbH) Electro-Codeposited Zinc-Nanocomposite Coatings Tailored for Smart Corrosion Protection – T. H. Tran (Max-Planck Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH) and M. Rohwerder (Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH) Intermission Inhibition of Filiform Corrosion on OrganicCoated Magnesium-Containing Galvanized Steel By Smart-Release Ion Exchange Pigments – E. Michailidou, H. N. McMurray, and G. Williams (Swansea University) Novel Corrosion Inhibitor Pigments Based on Benzotriazolium Cation Exchanged Resin – H. N. McMurray (Swansea University), C. Richards (SPECIFIC), and G. Williams (Swansea University) Investigation of the “Protection Zone” Phenomenon Established By Conducting Polymers in Coatings for Corrosion Protection – A. Merz and M. Rohwerder (Max-PlanckInstitut für Eisenforschung GmbH) Corrosion Sensors to Monitor the Degradation of Hot-Dip Galvanised Steel and Painted Steel during Accelerated Corrosion Tests – D. Thierry (French Corrosion Institute), F. Ledan, E. Diler, and N. Le Bozec (French corrosion institute) Computational and Experimental Analyses of Galvanic Corrosion of AA7075-T6 Induced By Dissimilar Metal Fasteners and Mitigated By Sol-Gel Coatings – C. Tattersall (University of Virginia) Enhanced Corrosion Mitigation of TiO2 Coated Stainless Steels Under UV Illumination – K. Sathasivam (National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu 300,Taiwan), T. K. Yeh, and M. Y. Wang (National Tsing Hua University) Novel Polymeric Inhibitor for Corrosion of 57S Aluminium in 2M NaOH Solutions – E. Arumugam (Alagappa Chettiyar College of Engineering and Technology), P. Muthusamy (CECRI,Karaikudi), and R. Elango (UPJV,France) 89

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(Keynote) Leaching of Inhibitor Particles Followed By 4D X-Ray Tomography – Y. Liu, X. Zhou (The University of Manchester), S. R. Gibbon, D. Graham (AkzoNobel), T. Burnett (University of Manchester), and S. B. Lyon (The University of Manchester) Corrosion Inhibition of Mg Alloy AZ31 By Selenite (SeO32-) – Z. Feng (The Ohio State University), B. Hurley (Fontana Corrosion Center, The Ohio State University), and R. Buchheit (The Ohio State University) Metal-Rich Coating Development for Fracture Mitigation in Al-Mg Alloys – M. E. McMahon, J. T. Burns, and J. R. Scully (University of Virginia) Intermission Novel Ni Based Duplex Coatings for Anticorrosion Applications – M. M. Yusuf, A. Bahgat, R. A. Shakoor, R. Kahraman (Qatar Univeresity), and M. F. Montemor (University of Lisbon) Possible Mechanism of Corrosion Inhibition of a High Strength Low Alloy Steel By a Mussel Adhesive Protein – D. C. Hansen (University of Dayton Research Institute) and B. N. Bennett (University of Dayton) (Invited) Anticorrosive Polymer Nanocomposites Coating – H. Wei (Tianjin University of Science and Technology), J. Guo (University of Tennessee Knoxville), H. Du (University of Tennessee), and Q. Shao (Shandong University of Science and Technology)

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Corrosion in Concrete Structures - Electrochemical Method – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Alberto A. Sagüés and Masayuki Itagaki 14:00 805 14:20

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Corrosion Camelia 2, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Corrosion in Concrete Structure - Corrosion Mechanisms – 08:20 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Mark E Orazem and Hideki Katayama 08:20 08:30 797 08:50

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Welcoming Remarks Corrosion Propagation of Reinforcing Steel in High Performance Concrete – F. Presuel and M. Nazim (Florida Atlantic University) Acceleration of Fe Corrosion in Cement Paste and Mortar By Enhancing Oxygen Supply – K. Doi, S. Hiromoto (National Institute for Materials Science), and E. Akiyama (Tohoku University) Protective Effect of Intermittent-Current Cathodic Protection on a Steel Bar in Concrete – S. Otani (Nakabohtec Corrosion Protecting Co., LTD), T. Wakabayashi, and N. Mochizuki (Nakabohtec Corrosion Protecting Co., LTD.) Break Corrosion Behavior of Carbon Steel Under Environment Simulated inside of Concrete Containing Chloride Ion – H. Katayama, K. Doi, M. Yamada (National Institute for Materials Science), Y. Hoshi (Tokyo University of Science), I. Shitanda (PIRC), and M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science) Anodic Behavior of Steel in SulfateRich Simulated Grout Pore Solution – M. Echeverría Boan, K. Lau, and S. Permeh (Florida International University)

Impact of Nitrites and Phosphates on the Electrical Properties of the Passive Film Formed on Steel in Concrete Pore Simulating Solutions – M. A. Frontini (INTEMA / UNMdP), M. Vazquez (INTEMA /UNMdP Argentina), and M. B. Valcarce (INTEMA UNMdP) Development of Probe Electrode to Investigate Condition of Concrete By EIS – T. Okamoto, H. Tokieda, Y. Hoshi, I. Shitanda, and M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science) Multifunctional Inhibition Based on Layered Double Hydroxides to Comprehensively Control Corrosion of Steel Rebar in Concrete – Y. Cao (Xiamen University), S. G. Dong (College of Energy, Xiamen University), and C. Lin (Xiamen University)

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Differential Kelvin Probe Potential Mapping of Concrete for Reinforcing Steel Corrosion Assessment – A. A. Sagüés and L. Emmennegger (University of South Florida) 3D Impedance Mapping of Internal Concrete Block By Using Multichannel Wire Grid – K. Azumi (Graduate School of Engineering, Hokkaido University) and S. Saito (Graduate School of Chemical Sci. & Engi., Hokkaido Univ.) Indirect Impedance Measurement to Assess Corrosion of Tendons – C. L. Alexander and M. E. Orazem (University of Florida) EIS Study on Detection of Corrosion Site of Reinforced Concrete By Two Sensing Electrodes – Y. Hoshi, T. Koike, H. Tokieda, I. Shitanda, and M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science) Challenges in the Measurement of Passive Dissolution of Steel in Concrete – D. Vazquez (Comisión Nacional de Energía Atómica, Argentina, Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Argentina) and A. A. Sagüés (University of South Florida) Concluding Remarks

Semiconductors, Dielectrics, and Metals for Nanoelectronics 15: In Memory of Samares Kar

Dielectric Science and Technology Chesapeake D, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

High-k - Perspectives – 08:30 – 11:00 Co-Chairs: Durgamadhab Misra and Stefan De Gendt 08:30 08:40 814

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Past, Present, and Future of High-k/ Metal Gate Technologies – H. Iwai (Tokyo Institute of Technology, National Chiao Tung University) (Invited) Amorphous Zr-Doped HfO2 high-K Dielectric Thin Film for Electronic and Optoelectronic Applications – Y. Kuo (Texas A&M University) Break (Invited) High-K Dielectrics: A Perspective on Applications from Silicon to 2D Materials – R. M. Wallace (University of Texas at Dallas) (Invited) High-k, Higher-k and Ferroelectric HfO2 – A. Toriumi (The University of Tokyo) Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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(Invited) Transistor Applications Using Vertical III-V Nanowires on Si Platform – K. Tomioka (GS-IST, RCIQE, Hokkaido University) and T. Fukui (Hokkaido Unversity) (Invited) The Dynamics of Nickelidation for Self-Aligned Contacts to InGaAs Channels – R. Chen (UC San Diego), X. Dai (Nanyang Technological University), K. L. Jungjohann (Sandia National Laboratories), W. M. Mook (Sandia National Labs), J. Nogan (Sandia National Laboratory), C. Soci (Nanyang Technological University), and S. Dayeh (University of California, San Diego) Breakdown Characteristics of TiN/HfxZr1-XO2/ Al2O3/Ge Gate Stacks – P. Shao, M. N. U. Bhuyian, Y. Ding, and D. Misra (New Jersey Institute of Technology)

Memory Devices and Materials – 14:00 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Shadi Dayeh and Michel Houssa 14:00

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(Invited) Tuning the Switching Behavior of Nano-Crossbar Reram Devices By Design and Process Treatment of ALD Functional Oxide Layer Stacks – S. Hoffmann-Eifert (PGI and JARA-Fit, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Germany), H. Zhang (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH), A. Hardtdegen (PGI and JARA-Fit, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Germany), C. Funck (RWTH Aachen University), S. Menzel, V. Rana (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH), and D. Wouters (RWTH Aachen University) Effect of Cu-Doped Switching Layer of Amorphous Carbon-Oxide Based Reram on Non-Volatile Memory Characteristics for Forming-Free Operation – J. G. Park, H. J. Kim, M. J. Song, K. H. Kwon, D. W. Kim, S. M. Jin, D. J. Kim, and H. M. Yang (Hanyang University) Selection Device with Cu Doped-Chalcogenide Material for 3D Cross-Point Array Structure of 1selector-1resistor Memory Cells – K. H. Kwon, M. J. Song, D. W. Kim, H. J. Kim, S. M. Jin, D. J. Kim, H. M. Yang, and J. G. Park (Hanyang University) Break Viability of Post-Transition Metal As Anode for Nano-Ionic Resistive Switching Based Devices – S. S. Sonde, B. Chakrabarti (IME, The University of Chicago, CNM, Argonne National Laboratory), K. Sasikumar, L. Stan, S. Sankaranarayanan (CNM, Argonne National Laboratory), and S. Guha (IME, The University of Chicago, CNM, Argonne National Laboratory) Enhancement of Switching Property of Perpendicular- Magnetic Tunnel Junctions Using Single MgO Based Co2Fe6B2 Double Free Layer Structure – K. Kondo (Hanyang University, SUMCO corporation), J. Lee, D. G. Lee, and J. G. Park (Hanyang University) Double Negative Differential Resistance Properties in MISIM Structure with Substrate Grounded and Two Electrode Terminals Biased with Constant Offset Voltage – C. F. Yang and J. G. Hwu (National Taiwan University)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

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Fundamentals of Electrochemical Growth from UPD to Microstructures 4 Electrodeposition Chesapeake H, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Fundamentals of Underpotential Deposition – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Natasa Vasiljevic and Stanko R Brankovic 08:00 08:10 889

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Welcoming remarks (Invited) Microcalorimetric Investigation of Cu Underpotential and Bulk Deposition – a Direct Access to Anionic Side Processes and Reaction Steps – R. Schuster and S. Frittmann (Inst. of Phys. Chem., Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) (Invited) Probing Atomic Charges at the Electrochemical Interface through Resonant Surface X-Ray Diffraction – Y. Grunder, C. A. Lucas (University of Liverpool), and Y. Joly (Institut Néel (CNRS)) Break

09:30 UPD-assisted Thin Films and Nanostructures Electrodeposition – 10:00 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Philippe Allongue and Gery R. Stafford 10:00

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(Invited) 2D-Functionality in Full 3D: A New Paradigm of Graphene-Metal Epitaxial Systems – F. M. Alamgir (Georgia Institute of Technology) Electroless UPD Monolayer Deposition - a Prelude to Highly Selective Electroless Atomic Layer Deposition Process – D. Solanki, D. Wu (University of Houston), A. Joi (Lam Research Corporation), Y. Dordi (Corporate Technology Development, Lam Research), and S. Brankovic (University of Houston) Growth of Pd Ultrathin Films on Au in OneCell Configuration By Surface Limited Redox Replacement of H and Cu UPD Monolayers – N. Dimitrov, I. Achari (Department of Chemistry, Binghamton University, SUNY), and S. Ambrozik (Department of Chemistry, Binghamton University - SUNY,) Deposition of Pt Nanoclusters on Au and Their Catalytic Activity – N. Vasiljevic and Z. Al Amri (School of Physics, University of Bristol) Surfactant Mediated Growth of Cu on Ru(0001) – D. Wu and S. Brankovic (University of Houston) Electrochemical Atomic Layer Growth of a n-p Junction – M. Innocenti (Department of Chemistry - University of Florence, CNRICCOM), A. Giaccherini, A. Guerri, M. Vizza (Department of chemistry - University of Florence), E. Berretti (Department of Chemistry - University of Florence), A. Lavacchi (CNR-ICCOM), M. Passaponti (Department of chemistry - University of Florence), S. Caporali (Department of engineering - University of Florence), and F. Di Benedetto (Department of earth sciences University of Florence) Metal Underpotential Deposition to Quantify Defects in 2D Materials – I. Dorner, M. Müllner (TU Wien), and S. F. L. Mertens (KU Leuven, TU Wien)

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High-Mobility Substrates: Ge and III-V – 11:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Akira Toriumi and Robert M Wallace


Monday, October 2

Electrodeposition of Alloys – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Natasa Vasiljevic, Massimo Innocenti and Nikolay Dimitrov 14:00

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(Invited) Electrochemical Deposition of Ag- or Au-Based Alloy Films – G. Zangari (University of Virginia) (Invited) In-Situ Studies of Alloying and Alloy Surfaces in the Electrochemical Environment – C. Lucas, Y. Grunder, J. Fogg (University of Liverpool), and N. Vasiljevic (School of Physics, University of Bristol) Electrodeposition of Cobalt-Ruthenium Alloys from Acidic Bath – D. Kutyla, K. Kolczyk, R. Kowalik, and P. Zabinski (AGH University of Science and Technology) Ni Alloy Monolayer Electrodeposition – P. Allongue (CNRS-Ecole polytechnique), F. Maroun (CNRS-Ecole Polytechnique), A. Damian (Eramet research), and F. LeCadre (Tohoku University)

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(Invited) Electrodeposition of Functional Nanomaterials from Weakly Coordinating Solvents – P. N. Bartlett (University of Southampton) Electrochemical Lithium Deposition/ Dissolution in Pressurized Solvate Ionic Liquid/Carbon Dioxide Mixtures – M. L. Thomas, K. Watanabe (Yokohama National University), T. Makino, M. Kanakubo (AIST), K. Dokko, and M. Watanabe (Yokohama National University) Electrodeposition of Germanium at Elevated Temperatures and Pressures from Ionic Liquids – J. Fransaer, M. Wu, and K. Binnemans (KU Leuven) Electrodeposition of Iron Group Metals from Ethylene Glycol Solution: From Thin Films to Nanowires – G. Panzeri, A. Accogli, E. Gibertini, and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano) Coffee Break (Invited) Use of Supercritical Solvents for Electrodeposition of Thermoelectric Materials – D. A. Cook, P. N. Bartlett, D. C. Smith, G. Reid (University of Southampton), S. R. Marks (University of Warwick), and W. Zhang (University of Southampton) Electroplating of Al-Nb Alloys from the Lewis Acidic Chloroaluminate Ionic Liquid – T. Tsuda, G. Matsui (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University), N. Oda, A. Imanishi (Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University), and S. Kuwabata (AIST, Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University) Electrodeposition of Aluminum and Aluminum-Ruthenium Films in Ionic Liquids – A. Ispas, L. Schlag, R. Böttcher, H. O. Jacobs, and A. Bund (Technische Universität Ilmenau)

Ruthenium Electrodeposition from Deep Eutectic Solvents – R. Bernasconi and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano) Electrodeposition of Al from Dimethyl Sulfone-Aluminum Chloride Baths Under Dry Air – M. Miyake, H. Okamoto, M. Hirata, and T. Hirato (Kyoto University)

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Electrodeposition Chesapeake G, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Electrochemical Processing from Non-aqueous Solvents I – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Jan Fransaer, Yasuhiro Fukunaka, Andrew P. Abbott and Philip N. Bartlett

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(Invited) Molten Sulfides for Metal Electrodeposition – A. Allanore (MIT) Electrochemical Separation of Barium Ions from LiCl-KCl-BaCl2 Electrolyte Using Liquid Bi and Sb Electrodes – H. Kim, T. Lichtenstein, and N. D. Smith (The Pennsylvania State University) Experimental and Modeling Studies of Neodymium Electrodeposition from HighTemperature Chloride-Based Molten Salts – D. Shen and R. Akolkar (Case Western Reserve University) Electrochemical Formation of Dy and Nd Alloys Using Liquid Metal Electrodes in Molten LiCl-KCl Systems – H. Konishi, H. Ono (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University), T. Nohira (Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto University), and T. Oishi (AIST (Japan)) Break (Invited) Initially Placed Solid Particle Deposition for Super Efficient Systems and Possible Additive Manufacturing Applications – S. Cihangir, A. P. Abbott, and K. S. Ryder (University of Leicester) In Situ Monitoring of the Anodic Reactions in Secondary Batteries By Transmission Electron Microscopy – C. Y. Chen, T. Tsuda (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University), Y. Oshima (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), and S. Kuwabata (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University, AIST) All-Inorganic Nanocrystal Thin Films Fabricated By Low-Voltage Electrophoretic Deposition – A. D. Dillon, M. Taheri, S. Mengel, S. Dastidar, J. Baxter, and A. T. Fafarman (Drexel University, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering) Electroless Deposition of Disordered RuO2 Nanoskins: An Example from the Fourth Quadrant of Electronic Materials – D. R. Rolison, M. S. Osofsky, C. N. Chervin, I. R. Pala, J. S. Melinger, P. A. DeSario, M. D. Donakowski, C. M. Krowne, J. C. Owrutsky, K. M. Bussmann, and K. M. Charipar (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory) Ionic Conduction of Non-Aqueous Lithium Electrolyte Solution through Surface Modified Anodized Alumina Membrane Prepared By LPD Process Using Aqueous-Organic Mixed Solvent – M. Mizuhata, S. Seto, H. Maki, and M. Matsui (Kobe University)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Chesapeake 12, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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Catalytic Activity and Durability for Oxygen Evolution on La-Ni-O / Ni for Alkaline Water Electrolysis Under Potential Cycling – Y. Tsukada (Green Hydrogen Research Center, Yokohama National University), K. Matsuzawa (Green Hydrogen Research Center,, Yokohama National University), T. Hirano, N. Fujimoto (Asahi Kasei Corp.), and S. Mitsushima (Institute of AdvancYokohama Nat. Univ., Green Hydrogen Research Center, Yokohama Nat. Univ.) Study on Separator for Alkaline Water Electrolysis – A. Manabe (De Nora Permelec Ltd.), H. Domon, J. Kosaka (De Nora Permelec Ltd), T. Okajima, and T. Ohsaka (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Characterization of Iron-Nickel Alloy Nanoparticles for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction As a Function of Iron-Nickel Composition – P. Acharya, Z. Nelson, and L. F. Greenlee (University of Arkansas) Highly Efficient Fluorine (F) Doped Transition Metal Non-Oxide Pnictide (TMN) Based Electro-Catalyst for Oxygen Evolution Reaction in Alkaline Water Electrolysis – S. D. Ghadge, P. P. Patel (Dept. of Chemical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh), O. I. Velikokhatnyi, M. K. Datta, P. Jampani, and P. N. Kumta (Department of Bioengineering, University of Pittsburgh) Break Advanced Alkaline Water Electrolyzer for Renewable Hydrogen Production – Y. Nakajima, N. Fujimoto (Asahi Kasei Corp.), S. Hasegawa (Asahi Kasei, Corp.), and T. Usui (Asahi Kasei Corp.) A High Performing Zero Gap Alkaline Electrolyzer – R. Masel, Z. Liu, H. Yang, S. D. Sajjad, Y. Gao, and J. J. Kaczur (Dioxide Materials) Gold-Core Transition Metal Oxide-Shell Nanoparticle Electrocatalysts for Enhanced Oxygen Evolution – A. L. Strickler (Stanford Univeristy), M. Escudero-Escribano (University of Copenhagen), and T. F. Jaramillo (Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering) Highly Active Nano-Perovskite Catalysts for Oxygen Evolution Reaction: Insights into Activity and Stability in Alkaline and Quasi-Neutral pH Electrolytes – B. Kim (Paul Scherrer Institut)

Electrochemical Engineering General Session – 14:00 – 16:40 Co-Chairs: John A Staser, Hui Xu and Douglas P. Riemer 14:00

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Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

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Tesla Semi Truck - Hype or Reality: Challenges in Electrifying Light Commerical Vehicles – S. Sripad and V. Viswanathan (Carnegie Mellon University) Capacity Fade Analysis and Direct, Efficient, and Real-Time Simulation of Physics-Based Battery Models for Stand-Alone PV-Battery Microgrids – S. B. Lee, C. Pathak (University of Washington, Seattle), V. Ramadesigan (Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay), W. Gao (University of Denver), and V. R. Subramanian (University of Washington, Seattle) The Properties of a Three-Dimensional Porous Electrode Made from Cu Nanowires – B. J. Wiley and M. J. Kim (Duke University) Break Experimental and Modeling Studies of Paper Based Methanol Fuel Cell – S. LAL, M. Deepa, K. C. Sahu, and V. M. Janardhanan (IIT Hyderabad) Effects of Surfactants on the Reactivity and Durability of Shape-Controlled Pt Nanoparticles for the ORR – M. Oezaslan and I. A. Safo (Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg) Stablizimg Lead Cathodes for Electro-Organic Reductions – S. R. Waldvogel (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz)

15th International Symposium on Semiconductor Cleaning Science and Technology (SCST 15) Electronics and Photonics Chesapeake I, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Welcoming Remarks – 08:50 – 09:00 Co-Chairs: Jerzy Ruzyllo and Takeshi Hattori 08:50 Welcoming Remarks Keynote – 09:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Jerzy Ruzyllo and Takeshi Hattori 09:00

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(Invited) Challenges on Surface Conditioning in 3D Device Architectures: Triple-Gate FinFETs, Gate-All-Around Lateral and Vertical Nanowire FETs – A. Veloso, V. Paraschiv, E. Vecchio, K. Devriendt, W. Li, E. Simoen, B. T. Chan, Z. Tao, E. Rosseel, R. Loo, A. P. Milenin, B. Kunert, L. Teugels, F. Sebaai, C. Lorant, D. van Dorp, E. Altamirano-Sánchez, S. Brus, P. Marien, C. Fleischmann, D. Melkonyan, T. Huynh-Bao, G. Eneman, G. Hellings, A. Sibaja-Hernandez, P. Matagne, N. Waldron, D. Mocuta, and N. Collaert (Imec) Coffee Break

Pattern Collapse-related Issues and Their Solutions – 10:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Paul W Mertens and Stijn F. L. Mertens 10:00

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(Invited) Wetting, Adhesion and Stiction of 2D Materials – S. F. L. Mertens (KU Leuven, TU Wien) Ultimate Limits of Pattern Stability Due to Thermal Vibrations – D. Bassett and A. Rotondaro (Tokyo Electron America) Surface Treatment Method and Its Metrology for Preventing Pattern Collapse – C. Bai, J. Wang, and E. Shalyt (ECI Technology) 93

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Electrochemical Engineering General Session


Monday, October 2

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Solid Phase Clean : Improving Performance for Smaller Particle Removal without Pattern Damage and Film Loss – M. Aibara (Tokyo Electron Kyushu Ltd.,) and D. Bassett (Tokyo Electron America) Nano-Structures Stiction Suppression By Molecular Structure Optimized Surface Energy Reduction Agent – T. Koide, S. Kimura, H. Iimori, T. Sugita, K. Sato (Toshiba Memory), S. Kumon, Y. Terui, Y. Okumura (Central Glass Co., Ltd.), and Y. Ogawa (Toshiba Memory) An Accurate Method for Determining Pattern Collapse Occurrence for Nano-Structures – H. Marumoto and H. Kawano (Tokyo Electron Kyushu Limited)

Wet Cleaning and Contamination Control – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Richard E Novak and Koichiro Saga 14:00

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Study of Mass Transport for Efficient Fluid Processing – P. W. Mertens, M. Haslinger, M. Soha, and J. John (imec) Effect of VUV Lamp on Wafer Charging by Single-Wafer Wet Clean – K. I. Sano, R. Dylewicz (Lam Research Corp.), X. Man (Lam Research Corporation), D. Lou (Lam Research Corp.), J. Zhu (Lam Research Corporation), G. Harm (Lam Research Corp.), and M. N. Kawaguchi (Lam Research Corporation) Post Cleaning for FEOL CMP with Silica and Ceria Slurries – W. T. Tseng, A. Jha, D. Stoll (GLOBALFOUNDRIES), C. Wu (GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc), T. McCormack (GLOBALFOUNDRIES), and J. C. Yang (Globalfoundries US) Deep Trenches Cleanliness Challenges for CMOS Image Sensors – P. Garnier, F. Dignat (STMicroelectronics), and C. de Buttet (CEALETI) Room Temperature Photoluminescence Characterization of Silicon Wafers for InLine Monitoring Applications – W. S. Yoo, T. Ishigaki, and K. Kang (WaferMasters, Inc.) A Novel Cleaning Approach to Remove the Carbon Contaminant from Ru Surface of EUV Mask – M. S. Kim (Hanyang University), H. J. Song (Hanyang university), H. T. Kim, and J. G. Park (Hanyang University)

Atomic Layer Deposition Applications 13

Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology Chesapeake L, Gaylord National Resort and C onvention Center

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ALD for Microelectronics – 11:20 – 13:00 Co-Chairs: O. van der Straten and Stefan De Gendt 11:20

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(Invited) Research to Manufacturing: ALD Design for Precision Atomic Layer Fabrication – A. R. LaVoie and P. Kumar (Lam Research Corp.) 1088 ALD TiN Schottky Gates for Improved Electrical and Thermal Stability in III-N Devices – V. D. Wheeler (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), D. I. Shahin (University of Maryland), T. J. Anderson (Naval Research Laboratory), S. Ahn (University of Florida), M. J. Tadjer, A. D. Koehler, K. D. Hobart (Naval Research Laboratory), F. Ren (University of Florida), F. J. Kub (Naval Research Laboratory), A. Christou (University of Maryland), and C. R. Eddy Jr. (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory) 1089 ALD of Fluorine-Free BoronContaining Composite Layers for Shallow Dopant Source Applications – A. U. Mane (Argonne National Laboratory), J. Liu, O. Farha (Northwestern University), S. Letourneau, K. Z. Pupek (Argonne National Laboratory), J. T. Hupp (Northwestern University), and J. W. Elam (Argonne National Laboratory) 1090 Dielectric-MoS2 Interfaces Grown By Atomic Layer Deposition – S. Letourneau (Boise State University), A. U. Mane, J. W. Elam (Argonne National Laboratory), and E. Graugnard (Boise State University)

Area Selective ALD – 14:00 – 16:00 Chair: Stefan De Gendt 14:00

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Atomic Layer Etching – 08:30 – 11:20 Co-Chairs: Fred Roozeboom 08:30 08:40 1083 09:20

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Industry Perspectives on Atomic Layer Etching – K. J. Kanarik (Lam Research) (Invited) Thermal Cyclic Atomic-Level Etching of Nitride Films: A Novel Way for Atomic-Scale Nanofabrication – K. Shinoda, N. Miyoshi, H. Kobayashi, M. Kurihara (Hitachi, Ltd.), M. Izawa (Hitachi HighTechnologies Corp.), K. Ishikawa, and M. Hori (Nagoya University) Break

Etching with Low Te Plasmas – S. G. Walton (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), D. R. Boris (U. S. Naval Research Laboratory), S. C. Hernandez (Naval Research Laboratory), S. G. Rosenberg (ASEE Postdoctoral Fellow residing at NRL), H. Miyazoe, A. V. Jagtiani, S. U. Engelmann (IBM, T.J. Watson Research Center), and E. A. Joseph (IBM Research Division, T.J. Watson Research Center) (Invited) Materials Selectivity in Atomic Layer Etching of SiO2, Si, and Si3N4 Using Plasma Process Sequences – G. S. Oehrlein (University of Maryland)

(Invited) Selective Atomic Layer Deposition of Cobalt for Back End of Line – T. D. M. ElkoHansen and J. G. Ekerdt (University of Texas at Austin) (Invited) Area-Selective ALD of Metal Oxides: Role of Surface Chemistry – A. Mameli, B. Karasulu (Eindhoven University of Technology), M. A. Verheijen (Philips Innovation Services), A. J. M. Mackus, W. M. M. Kessels, and F. Roozeboom (Eindhoven University of Technology) (Invited) Photo-Assisted ALD: Process Development and Application Perspectives – V. Miikkulainen, K. Väyrynen (University of Helsinki), V. Kilpi (Picosun Oy), Z. Han, M. Vehkamäki, K. Mizohata, J. Räisänen, and M. Ritala (University of Helsinki)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


G03 Semiconductor Process Integration 10

11:50

Electronics and Photonics Chesapeake C, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Plenary Session – 08:00 – 10:20 Co-Chairs: Junichi Murota and Cor Claeys 08:00 Welcoming Remarks 08:10 1112 (Keynote) Devices in CMOS for Terahertz Circuits and Systems – K. K. O, Z. Ahmad, W. Choi, N. Sharma (University of Texas at Dallas), J. Zhang (NXP), Q. Zhong (University of Texas at Dallas), D. Y. Kim (Qorvo), Z. Chen, Y. Zhang (University of Texas at Dallas), R. Han (MIT), D. Shim (Seoul National University of Science and Technology), S. Sankaran, E. Y. Seok (Texas Instruments Inc.), S. Kshattry (University of Texas at Dallas), C. Cao (MediaTek), C. Mao (IDT), R. Schueler, I. Medvedev (Wright State University), D. Lary, H. J. Nam (University of Texas at Dallas), P. Raskin (UT Southwestern), F. De Lucia, J. P. McMillan, C. Neese (Ohio State University), I. Kim (University of Connecticut School of Medicine), I. Momson, P. Yelleswarapu, S. Dong, P. Byreddy, and Z. Chen (University of Texas at Dallas) 08:50 1113 (Keynote) Lasing from SiGeSn/GeSn Multiple Quantum Well Structures – D. Grützmacher, D. Buca (Forschungszentrum Jülich), D. Stange (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH), N. von den Driesch (Forschungszentrum Juelich), T. Zabel (Paul Scherrer Institute), and H. Sigg (Paul Scherrer Institut) 09:30 1114 (Keynote) Interface Control for High Performance N-Channel Ge FETs – A. Toriumi (The University of Tokyo) 10:10 Break

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(Invited) Modelling and Simulation of Advanced Semiconductor Devices – F. Adamu-Lema, M. Duan, S. Berrada, J. Lee, T. Al-Ameri, V. Georgiev (University of Glasgow), and A. Asenov (University of Glasgow, Synopsys) (Invited) Non Volatile Resistive and Magnetic Memories: Materials, Integration Challenges and Opportunities – M. C. Cyrille, E. Nowak, L. Tillie, G. Molas, G. Navarro, V. Sousa, E. Vianello, N. Lamard, Y. Guerfi (CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus), J. Langer, B. Ocker (Singulus Technologies), O. Boulle, G. Gaudin (CNRS - SPINTEC, CEA - INAC, Univ. Grenoble Alpes), K. Garello, P. Gambardella (Department of Materials, ETH Zurich), and L. Perniola (CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus) (Invited) A Confined Phase Change Memory for M-Type Storage Class Memory – W. Kim (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center), M. BrightSky (IBM T. J. Watson Research Center), T. Masuda (ULVAC Inc.), S. Kim (IBM T. J. Watson Research Center), R. Bruce (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center), F. Carta, G. Fraczak, A. Ray (IBM T. J. Watson Research Center), Y. Zhu (IBM Research Division, T. J. Watson Research Center), K. Suu (ULVAC, Inc.), and C. Lam (IBM T. J. Watson Research Center)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

(Invited) P-Type 3C-SiC Photocathode for Solar to Hydrogen Energy Conversion – M. Kato (Nagoya Institute of Technology)

Interconnection – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Christophe Detavernier and Hiroshi Nakashima 14:00

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Technology Trends – 10:20 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Simon Deleonibus and Kenji Shiojima 10:20

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(Invited) Achievement of Ultralow Contact Resistivity of Metal/n+-Ge Contacts with ZrN-Ge Amorphous Interlayer – H. Nakashima, H. Okamoto, K. Yamamoto, and D. Wang (Kyushu University) (Invited) Ultrathin Epitaxial Silicides for Semiconductor Contacts – F. Geenen (Ghent University), C. Mocuta (Synchrotron SOLEIL), and C. Detavernier (Ghent University) Reconsideration of Metal Work Function at Metal/Semiconductor Interface – T. Nishimura, T. Yajima, and A. Toriumi (The University of Tokyo) Experimental Study of PVD Cu/CVD Co Bilayer Dissolution for BEOL Cu Interconnect Applications – X. Sun, B. Peethala (IBM Research), M. Hopstaken, C. K. Hu (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center), P. S. Mclaughlin, O. van der Straten, J. Demarest, K. Motoyama, T. Nogami (IBM Research), X. Lin, X. Zhang (Globalfoundries), and J. Kelly (IBM Research) Development of Advanced Cobalt CMP Slurry Platform By Electrochemical Screening and Polishing Studies – M. G. Theivanayagam, H. Wang, M. VanHanehem, and R. Auger (Dow Electronic Materials, The Dow Chemical Company)

Thermoelectric and Thermal Interface Materials 3 Electronics and Photonics / Energy Technology / High Temperature Materials Chesapeake F, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Thermoelectric and Thermal Interface Materials and Devices I – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Colm O’Dwyer and Jaeho Lee 08:00

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(Invited) Thermal Transport and Thermal Management By Silicon Nanostructures – J. Lee (University of California, Irvine) (Invited) Metal Organic Frameworks for Thermoelectric Energy Conversion Applications – A. A. Talin (Sandia National Labs) (Invited) Peltier Supercooling with Isosceles Current Pulses: Cooling an Object with Internal Heat Generation – A. J. Piggott (Applied Thermoelectric Solutions LLC, Michigan Technological University) and J. S. Allen (Michigan Technological University) Break

Thermoelectric and Thermal Interface Materials and Devices II – 10:00 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Jaeho Lee and Colm O’Dwyer 10:00

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(Invited) Thermal and Thermoelectric Transport in Semiconductor Nanowires – R. Chen (University of California, San Diego) (Invited) 2D Materials for Solid State Thermionic Power Generation – M. Zebarjadi (University of Virginia) 95

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Monday, October 2

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(Invited) Soft Mode Phase Transition and the Lattice Thermal Conductivity of PbTeBased Materials – I. Savic (Tyndall National Institute, Cork, Ireland) Thermoelectric Properties of 2D Ni3(HITP)2 and 3D Cu3(BTC)2 MOFs: First-Principles Studies – Y. He, A. A. Talin (Sandia National Laboratories), and M. D. Allendorf (Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA 945510969) (Invited) Exploring Thermoelectric Materials Using Predictive Theoretical Modeling – J. Maassen and V. Askarpour (Dalhousie University) Air-Stable n-Type Polymers for Thermoelectric Applications – A. Menon, R. Wolfe (Georgia Tech), S. K. Yee, S. Marder, and J. R. Reynolds (Georgia Institute of Technology)

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Thermoelectric and Thermal Interface Materials and Devices III – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Colm O’Dwyer and Jaeho Lee 1166

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(Invited) Review of Recent Progress in Nanoscaled Thermoelectric Thin Films – H. Baumgart (Dept. Electrical & Computer Eng., Old Dominion Univ., Applied Research Center), X. Chen, P. Lin, and K. Zhang (Applied Research Center, Old Dominion University) (Invited) Effect of Annealing on Thermoelectric Properties of Electrodeposited Bisbte Films – S. Lal (Tyndall National Institute), D. Gautam, and K. M. Razeeb (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork) (Invited) Manipulating Electrical and Thermal Transport in Nanowire Based Nanocomposite through Doping for Thermoelectric Applications – Y. Wu (Iowa State University) (Invited) Nanostructured Thermoelectric Materials Prepared from Bi2Se3 and Bi2Te3 Nanoplates for Enhanced Thermoelectric Properties – J. W. Roh, S. Hwang, D. J. Yang, and H. I. Tack (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology)

State-of-the-Art Program on Compound Semiconductors 60 (SOTAPOCS 60)

08:00

Ultra-Wide Bandgap Materials and Devices – 13:30 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Jennifer K Hite and Marko J. Tadjer 13:30

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Electronics and Photonics Chesapeake A, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Electronics and Photonics Division Award Address – 08:00 – 09:00 Co-Chairs: Jennifer K Hite 1224

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(Electronics and Photonics Division Award Address) Compound Semiconductors: A Retrospective – D. N. Buckley (Department of Physics and Energy, University of Limerick) Break

(Invited) What’s Next after GaN? How about More GaN! – D. J. Meyer, B. P. Downey, M. T. Hardy, D. F. Storm, D. S. Katzer, M. G. Ancona, N. Nepal, and J. A. Roussos (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory) Break (Invited) Critical Recent Advancement of GaN Technology and MMICs for Millimeter-Wave Applications – S. Chen, L. Witkowski, and X. Gu (Qorvo) (Invited) Towards a Si Foundry-Compatible, GaN-on-Si Mmic Process on 200 Mm Si with a Cu Damascene BEOL – J. Laroche, K. Ip, T. Kennedy (Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems), L. Soirez, T. Trimble (Novati Technologies Inc.), and T. Kazior (Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems) Mercury Selective GaN HEMT Sensor for Dynamic Water Quality Monitoring – R. Sukesan (National Tsing Hua University), Y. T. Chen (Institute of NanoEngineering and MicroSystems), and Y. L. Wang (National Tsing Hua University)

(Keynote) Advances in Ga2O3 Processing and Devices – J. Yang, P. Carey, S. Ahn, F. Ren (University of Florida), S. Jang (Dankook University), J. Kim (Korea University), D. Hays, S. J. Pearton (University of Florida), and A. Kuramata (Tamura Corporation and Novel Crystal Technology) (Invited) AlGaN-Based PN Diodes for Power Electronics – A. A. Allerman, M. H. Crawford, G. W. Pickrell, A. M. Armstrong, R. J. Kaplar, J. R. Dickerson, B. Klein, M. P. King, and M. Van Heukelom (Sandia National Laboratories) Break (Invited) Low-Resistance Ohmic Contacts to Al0.45Ga0.55n/ Al0.3Ga0.7n HEMTS – B. Klein, A. G. Baca, A. M. Armstrong, A. A. Allerman, E. A. Douglas, C. Sanchez, P. Kotula, M. Miller, and S. Reza (Sandia National Laboratories) Mechanical Exfoliation of Large Area (100) β-Ga2O3 Onto Arbitrary Substrates for High Power Devices – M. J. Tadjer, M. A. Mastro (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), A. Nath (George Mason University), L. E. Luna (US Naval Research Laboratory), T. J. Anderson, K. D. Hobart (Naval Research Laboratory), and A. Kuramata (Tamura Corporation and Novel Crystal Technology) Surface Analysis of AlGaN Channel Hemts – E. A. Douglas, M. Brumbach, B. Klein, A. G. Baca, and A. A. Allerman (Sandia National Laboratories)

RF Devices – 09:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Travis J Anderson and David J. Meyer 09:00 09:10 1225

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Welcoming Remarks (Keynote) Perspective on the Development of RF Compound Semiconductors from GaAs to GaN and Beyond – P. Saunier (Retired)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Electronic and Photonic Devices 10 Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology Chesapeake E, Gaylord National Resort and C onvention Center

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Two Dimensional Materials 1 – 08:00 – 10:00 Chair: Yu-Lun Chueh 08:00

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(Invited) Efficient MoS2 Catalyst Integrated on Si Heterojunction Cell for Photoelectrochemical Hydrogen Evolution – J. H. He, A. A. Alarawi, and P. Varadhan (KING ABDULLAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) (Invited) Van Der Waals Heterojunctions for Energy-Efficient Electronics – T. Roy (University of Central Florida) (Invited) 2-Dimensional Layered Materials for Si Technology – H. J. Shin (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology) (Invited) Transition Metal Dichalcogenide Semiconductor Growth and Large Area Devices for Optoelectronics and Sensing – S. Garg, A. S. Mollah, J. L. Waters, S. M. Kim, and P. Kung (University of Alabama)

Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Electronic and Photonic Devices 1 – 10:20 – 12:20 Chair: Jr-Hau He 10:20

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(Invited) Designing Symmetric and Asymmetric Morphology in Silicon Nanowires to Encode Advanced Electronic and Photonic Functionality – J. F. Cahoon (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) (Invited) The Effects of Zinc-Tin-Oxide Nanosphere Monolayer on Improvement of Light Extraction in Light-Emitting Diodes – T. G. Kim, D. S. Shin, D. H. Kim, and J. Park (Hanyang University) (Invited) Growth, Optical, and Mechanical Properties Investigations of AlN Nanowires and Nanohelices – B. Song and J. Han (Harbin Institute of Technology) (Invited) Towards the Realization of Bulk Dynamic Strain By Vertically Aligned VO2 Nanowire Hybrid Arrays – Y. Wang and J. Shi (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Energy Harvesting and Storage 1 – 14:00 – 16:20 Chair: Corsin Battaglia 14:00

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(Invited) Silicon Nanopillars Coated with Earth-Abundant Electrocatalysts for Enhanced Photoelectrochemical Hydrogen Production – X. Zhang, C. Yu, and Q. Jia (Zhejiang University) (Invited) In Situ Electron Beam Driven Nano-Devices – a Route to New Materials Development for Energy Applications and Beyond – M. H. Rummeli (Soochow University, Polish Academy of Sciences) (Invited) Orientation Dependent GaAs Nanowire Schottky Solar Cells with 16% Efficiency – N. Han (Institute of Process Engineering,CAS) and J. C. Ho (Shenzhen Research Institute, City Univ. of Hong Kong)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

H03

(Invited) Cost-Effective Fabrication of Nanostructured Electrodes for HighPerformance Flexible Supercapacitors – Z. Fan (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) and Y. Lin (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) Bifacial Micropyramidal Surface for Achieving High Efficiency of Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting – H. C. Fu, P. Varadhan, M. L. Tsai (KING ABDULLAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY), W. Li (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Q. Ding, S. Jin (Department of Chemistry, UW-Madison), and J. H. He (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology)

Gallium Nitride and Silicon Carbide Power Technologies 7

Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology Chesapeake B, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

General GaN & SiC Technologies – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Michael Dudley and N. Ohtani 10:00 10:20 1314

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Challenges UWBG Semiconductors Must Master to Compete with SiC and GaN Hpe Devices – K. A. Jones (Army Research Lab) (Invited) 650 Volt GaN Commercialization Reaches Automotive Standards – P. Parikh, R. Barr, K. Smith (Transphorm Inc.), K. Shono (Transphorm Japan), J. McKay, L. Shen, and Y. Wu (Transphorm Inc.) (Invited) Material Considerations for the Development of III-nitride Power Devices – B. Sarkar (North Carolina State University), P. Reddy (Adroit Materials Inc., North Carolina State University), F. Kaess, B. Haidet (North Carolina State University), J. Tweedie (Adroit Materials), S. Mita (Adroit Materials Inc.), R. Kirste (Adroit Materials), E. Kohn, R. Collazo, and Z. Sitar (North Carolina State University) Recent Progress in SiC and GaN Power Devices – K. Sheng, S. Yang, Q. Guo, and H. Xu (Zhejiang University)

GaN & SiC Nanotechnologies – 14:00 – 15:30 Co-Chairs: Ramon Collazo and Balaji Raghothamachar 14:00

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(Invited) Rectifiers, Mos Diodes and LEDs Made of Fully Porous GaN Produced By Chemical Vapor Deposition – J. J. Carvajal (University Rovira i Virgili), J. Mena (FiCMA-FiCNA, University Rovira i Virgili), J. Aixart (University Rovira i Virgili), F. Díaz, and M. Aguiló (FiCMA-FiCNA, University Rovira i Virgili) (Invited) Simulation Study of High Voltage Vertical GaN Nanowire Field Effect Transistors – J. Shen (Illinois Institute of Technology)

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Monday, October 2

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Invited Talks

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 2/3, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

I02

Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics 11 (IMCC 11) High Temperature Materials National Harbor 7, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Transformation from Science to Commercilization – 08:50 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Xiao-Dong Zhou and Mogens Bjerg Mogensen

PEFC17 Plenary Session 1 – 08:15 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Karen Swider-Lyons and Hiroyuki Uchida

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited Plenary) U.S. Department of Energy Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Activities: Progress and Opportunities – S. Satyapal, E. L. Miller, D. Papageorgeorgopoulos, and N. T. Stetson (U.S. Department of Energy) (Invited Plenary) Fuel Cell Stack Development in Toyota – K. Amemiya (Toyota Motor Corporation) Intermission (Invited Plenary) From Moon Shot to the Battlefield and Under the Sea – C. Freese V (General Motors Company) (Invited Plenary) Ultrathin Film NSTF ORR Electrocatalysts for PEM Fuel Cells – A. J. Steinbach, C. Duru, A. T. Haug, A. E. Hester, M. Kuznia, K. A. Lewinski, S. M. Luopa, J. T. Petrin, G. M. Thoma (3M Company), A. J. Kropf, D. J. Myers, D. Yang (Argonne National Laboratory), D. A. Cullen (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), J. Greeley, and Z. Zeng (Purdue University) (Invited Plenary) Latest Research and Development of PEM Water Electrolysis Technology in South Korea – S. Moon, C. Moon, H. Jung, Y. Choi, and C. Han (ElchemTech)

PEFC17 Plenary Session 2 – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Bryan S Pivovar and Felix N Büchi 14:00

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(Invited Plenary) Durability of Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells and the Development of Accelerated Stress Tests – R. Mukundan, D. A. Langlois, R. Lujan (Los Alamos National Laboratory), N. Macauley (Ballard Power Systems), S. Stariha, A. M. Baker, J. S. Spendelow (Los Alamos National Laboratory), K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and R. L. Borup (Los Alamos National Laboratory) (Invited Plenary) Electrocatalysis in PEFCs – limitations in the Performance of the Hydrogen Oxidation and Oxygen Reduction Reactions – A. Kucernak (Imperial College London) (Invited Plenary) Platinum-Free Fuel Cells for Affordable Zero-Emission Cars – Y. Yan (University of Delaware)

Welcoming Remarks (Invited) From Discovery through to Commercialization: Federal Support – L. D. Madsen (National Science Foundation) (Invited) Multi-Species Electrochemical Transport through Multi-Phase Materials – A. V. Virkar (The University of Utah) (Invited) Mixed Conducting Layered Oxides for Energy Storage: Challenges and Their Mitigation – A. Manthiram (The University of Texas at Austin) (Invited) Review of Advances in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells in the Past Four Decades – S. C. Singhal (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, USA) Phase Stability, Electrochemical Activity, and Accelerated Test for SOFC Cathodes – E. Dogdibegovic, Y. Wang, and X. D. Zhou (University of South Carolina)

Intermediate Temperature SOFC – 13:50 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Mogens Bjerg Mogensen and Turgut M Gur 13:50

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(Invited) Robust and Active MixedConducting Electrodes for IntermediateTemperature Fuel Cells – Y. Chen (School of Materials Science and Engineering, Georgia Tech), D. Chen (School of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Georgia Tech), D. Ding (Idaho National Lab), and M. Liu (School of Materials Science and Engineering, Georgia Tech) (Invited) Enhancing Phase Stability and CO2 Tolerance of Ba0.5Sr0.5Co0.8Fe0.2O3-δ – E. Ivers-Tiffée, L. Almar, J. Szász (IAM-WET, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), M. Meffert, H. Störmer, and D. Gerthsen (LEM, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)) (Invited) Modeling Transport Processes in Perovskite-Based Mixed Ionic-Electronic Conducting Membranes – R. J. Kee (Mechanical Engineering, Colorado School of Mines) and H. Zhu (Colorado School of Mines) (Invited) Technological Aspects of Interfaces between Ionic, Mixed Conducting and Other Components in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – N. Minh and Y. H. Lee (University of California, San Diego)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


Luminescence and Display Materials: Fundamentals and Applications Luminescence and Display Materials Chesapeake 11, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

LED Phosphors: Fundamentals and Application – 08:30 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Madis Raukas and Alok M Srivastava 08:30

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(Invited) Investigation of Thermal Quenching Process for 5d-4f and 3d-3d Luminescence – J. Ueda and S. Tanabe (Kyoto University) Fluoride Phosphors with Mn4+ Ions: Relations between Structure and Emission Spectra – M. G. Brik (Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications, University of Tartu) and A. M. Srivastava (GE Global Research) Break Photoluminescence Properties of Red-Emitting Ca3ZrSi2O9:Eu2+ Phosphors – Y. Sato, R. Miyake (Department of Chemistry, Okayama University of Science), K. Tomita (Department of Chemistry, Tokai University), and M. Kakihana (IMRAM, Tohoku University) Investigation on Structure-Energy Relationship for Ce3+ Coordinated with Six or Eight Oxygen Ions Based on First-Principles Calculations – K. Ogasawara (Department of Chemistry, Kwansei Gakuin University) (Invited) Narrow Band Emission of Nitrides Phosphors and All Inorganic Perovskite Quantum Dots for the Application in Light Emitting Diodes – R. S. Liu (Department of Chemistry, National Taiwan University) (Invited) Spectrally Narrow Quantum Dots and Red Phosphor in White LEDs for Display Applications – S. Gangwal, D. Chamberlin, K. Shimizu, H. H. Bechtel, T. Diederich, S. Grabowski, D. Estrada, M. Bohmer, and J. Bhardwaj (Lumileds LLC)

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Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry General Session Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 5, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry General Session I – 08:00 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Anne C. Co and Alice H Suroviec 08:00

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(Invited) Cr3+ and Mn4+: Dopants for NearInfrared Emitting Persistent Phosphors – D. Poelman, O. Q. De Clercq, J. R. Du, G. V. Verfaillie, and K. Korthout (Ghent University) Enhanced Understanding of Persistent Luminescence in Submicron Particles of SrAl2O4:Eu2+,Dy3+ – E. Finley, A. Cobb, A. Danthanarayana, H. Goux, R. Willson, and J. Brgoch (University of Houston) (Invited) Photoluminescence, Optically Stimulated Luminescence and Radiophotoluminescence of Storage Phosphors – a Lecture Learnt from Lu2O3:Tb, Lu2O3:Pr and LuPO4:Eu – E. Zych (University of Wroclaw), D. Kulesza, P. Bolek (Faculty of Chemistry University of Wroclaw), J. Zeler (University of Wroclaw), A. J. J. Bos (Faculty of Applied Sci. Delft University of Technology), and J. Ueda (Kyoto University

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Electrochemical Cycling Process for Ammonia Synthesis Using N2 and H2o at Atmospheric Pressure – J. M. McEnaney (Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering), A. R. Singh, J. Schwalbe (Stanford University), J. Kibsgaard, J. Lin (Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering), M. Cargnello (Stanford University), T. F. Jaramillo (Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering), and J. Nørskov (Stanford University) Hydrogen Permeation in Nuclear Components at High Temperatures: Preliminary Electrochemistry Study – R. A. Carvajal-Ortiz, S. B. Lyon, M. Preuss (The University of Manchester), and A. Ambard (Electricité de France, EdF R&D) Poison-Resistant Electrocatalysis Enabled By Encapsulation of Platinum with Silicon Oxide Nanomembranes – N. Y. Labrador, E. L. Songcuan, C. De Silva, and D. V. Esposito (Columbia University) Simulating a Potential Step Using Shareware – I. U. Haque (University of Engineering and Technology Lahore Pakistan) Break Determination of Manganese in Whole Blood By Stripping Analysis with Indium Tin Oxide – C. A. Rusinek (Fraunhofer USA, Inc.), W. Kang (Department of EECS, University of Cincinnati), M. Becker, B. Wehring (Fraunhofer USA, Inc.), I. Papautsky (University of Illinois at Chicago), A. Bange (Department of Chemistry, Xavier University), W. R. Heineman (Department of Chemistry, University of Cincinnati), and T. Schuelke (Michigan State University) The Effect of Proton Transfer on RedoxResponsive Dimerization in Electroactive 4 H-Bond Arrays – D. K. Smith and G. M. Darzi (San Diego State University) The Role of Structure Making/Breaking Ions in Solvation Shell and Redox Reaction Entropy of Outer Sphere Electron Transfer Reactions – B. Huang (RLE/Massachusetts Institute of Technology, EEL/Massachusetts Institute of Technology), S. Muy (DMSE/ Massachusetts Institute of Technology, EEL/ Massachusetts Institute of Technology), S. Feng (ChemE/Massachusetts Institute of Technology, EEL/Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and Y. Shao-Horn (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, EEL/ Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Thermodynamic Properties of Strontium-Lead Alloys Determined By Electromotive Force Measurements – T. P. Nigl, T. Lichtenstein, N. D. Smith, and H. Kim (The Pennsylvania State University)

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Electrochemical Characterization of Chitosan Films As Proton-Conducting Layers for Bioprotonic Devices – J. Pietron (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), J. T. Robinson (Naval Research Laboratory), B. Blue (University of Central Florida), E. Josberger, Y. Deng (University of Washington), and M. Rolandi (University of California at Santa Cruz) Biosensor Experiments in Undergraduate Laboratories – A. H. Suroviec (Berry College)

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New Paradigm of Energy Sustainability – 10:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Nianqiang (Nick) Wu and Heli Wang 10:00

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Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry General Session II – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Pawel J Kulesza and Vito Di Noto 14:00

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Low-Platinum Electrocatalysts for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction at Fuel Cell Cathodes – M. Yusuf (Stanford University) Ar Plasma Exfoliated Nickel Iron Layered Double Hydroxide Nanosheets into Ultrathin Nanosheets As Highly-Efficient Electrocatalysts for Water Oxidition – Y. Wang and S. Wang (Hunan University) Nitrogen-Doped Ordered Mesoporous Carbon/ Graphene Framework As Dual Electrocatalyst for Oxygen Reduction and Evolution Reactions – C. Zhang (University of Akron), B. Wang, A. Dong (Fudan University), and Z. Peng (University of Akron) Heat-Treated Transition Metal Hexacyanometallates with Trace Amount of Pt As Electrocatalysts for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction Based on Nitrogen Doped Graphene: Catalysts Development and Electrode Structure Design – K. Miecznikowski (University of Warsaw), B. Dembinska (Department of Chemistry, University of Warsaw), S. Zoladek, I. A. Rutkowska (University of Warsaw), E. Negro (Department of Industrial Engineering University of Padua), P. J. Kulesza (University of Warsaw), and V. Di Noto (Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Padova) Molybdenum Borides for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction: Theoretical Study and Experimental Proof – B. P. T. Fokwa (UC Riverside) Binary Molybdenum Borides Nanostructures As Novel Electrocatalysts for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction – P. R. Jothi (University of California, Riverside) and B. P. T. Fokwa (UC Riverside)

Photocatalysts, Photoelectrochemical Cells and Solar Fuels 8

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(Invited) Reflections on Rust: Iron Oxide Photoelectrodes for Solar Energy Conversion and Storage – A. Rothschild (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology) (Invited) Hydrogen and Methylcyclohexane Production By Solar Water Splitting Using Photoelectrochemical Cells – T. Minegishi (The University of Tokyo, JST/PRESTO) and K. Domen (The University of Tokyo)

(Keynote) Design and Synthesis of Electrocatalysts – Z. Y. Zhou (Xiamen University), N. Tian (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University), Y. X. Jiang (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen university), and S. G. Sun (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University) (Keynote) Photocatalytic and Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting and CO2 Reduction As Artificial Photosynthesis – A. Kudo (Tokyo University of Science) (Invited) NSF’s Energy for Sustainability Program: Research Supporting Solar Fuels – C. J. Read and R. McCabe (National Science Foundation) (Invited) Photoelectrochemical Hydrogen Evolution Using Heterostructure of Si with Binary Cobalt SulfiDe or Ternary Cobalt PhosphosulfiDe – R. S. Liu (Department of Chemistry, National Taiwan University) and S. F. Hu (Department of Physics, National Taiwan Normal University)

New Materials for Solar Energy Conversion – 14:00 – 16:00 Chair: Dongling Ma 14:00

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Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Sensor National Harbor 6, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Classic and Exploratory Metal Oxides – 08:10 – 10:00 Chair: Yun Hang Hu

(Invited) New Photoanode Materials for Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting – Y. Yan (The University of Toledo) Break

(Invited) Probing Local, Hybrid Perovskite Photophysics through Spatially- and TemporallyResolved Absorption/Emission Microscopy – M. Kuno and S. Draguta (university of notre dame) (Invited) Semiconductor Photocathode Materials for Direct Solar Fuel Production – K. Sivula (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne) (Invited) Energy Transfer and Catalysis in Metal Organic Framework Arrays – A. J. Morris (Virginia Tech) (Invited) The Bright Future for Electrode Materials─Highly Conductive Porous NaEmbedded Carbon Nanowalls for Energy Conversion and Storage – Y. H. Hu (Michigan Technological University)

Fundamental Aspects of Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Sensor National Harbor 8, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Fundamental Aspects of Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide 1 – 08:00 – 09:30 Co-Chairs: Pawel J Kulesza, Krishnan Rajeshwar and Iwona Agnieszka Rutkowska 08:00

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(Keynote) Detecting the Elusive Adsorbed CO2·- Intermediate on a Copper Electrode Using Operando Raman Spectroscopy and Pyridine As a Promoter: Implication for CO2 Electroreduction – I. Chernyshova, P. Somasundaran (Columbia University), M. Goldman (Harvard University), and S. Ponnurangam (University of Calgary) Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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(Invited) Novel Nanostructured Catalyst Approaches for CO2 Electroreduction – O. A. Baturina, Q. Lu (Naval Research Laboratory), B. Dyatkin (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), M. Padilla, A. Serov (University of New Mexico), and Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University) A Ni-Al Thin Film Electrocatalyst for the Reduction of CO2 to Multi-Carbon Oxygenated Organics – A. R. Paris and A. B. Bocarsly (Princeton University)

Fundamental Aspects of Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide 2 – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Pawel J Kulesza and Beatriz Roldan 10:00

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(Keynote) In Situ and Operando Insight into CO2 electroreduction over Size- and ShapeControlled Nanoparticles and Nanostructured Films – B. Roldan (Department of Physics, Ruhr Universitaet Bochum) (Invited) Structure-Activity Relationships for CO and CO2 Electroreduction to C2 Species on Copper – F. Calle-Vallejo (Leiden University) (Invited) Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 on Ligand-Protected Metal Nanoclusters – D. R. Alfonso, D. R. Kauffman (National Energy Technology Laboratory), D. Tafen (AECOM), and C. Matranga (National Energy Technology Laboratory) Hierarchical  and Selective Systems for Photoelectrochemical and Electrocatalytic Reduction of Carbon Dioxide – P. J. Kulesza, I. A. Rutkowska, R. Solarska (University of Warsaw), E. Szaniawska (University of Warsaw, Department of Chemistry), A. Wadas, and K. Bienkowski (University of Warsaw)

Fundamental Aspects of Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide 3 – 13:50 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Peter Strasser and Joaquin Rodriguez-Lopez 13:50

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(Keynote) Mechanisms and Selectivity of the Electrochemical CO2 Reduction Reaction on Multiple-Site Versus Single-Site Catalysts – P. Strasser (Technical University Berlin) (Invited) Molecular Electrochemical Catalysis of CO2 Reduction with Fe and Co Complexes. from Mechanistic Studies to Highly Selective CO Production and to More Reduced Products – M. Robert (Université Paris Diderot) (Invited) Enhancing Electron Transfer Rates on Ultra-Thin Graphene Electrodes Using a Sub-Surface Patterning Approach – J. Rodriguez-Lopez (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) (Invited) Specific Metal-Metal Oxide Interactions in Efficient Electroreduction of Carbon Dioxide – I. A. Rutkowska and P. J. Kulesza (University of Warsaw)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

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Computational Electrochemistry

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering National Harbor 4, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Molecular Modeling 1 – 08:20 – 09:40 08:20

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(Invited) The Role of Interfacial Potentials in Fundamental Studies of Ion Solvation – T. Beck and T. Pollard (University of Cincinnati) Implicit Solvation for Electrochemical Interfaces – K. Schwarz (National Institute of Standards and Technology), K. LetchworthWeaver (Cornell University), and R. Sundararaman (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) Structure and Transport of “Water-in-Salt” Electrolytes from Molecular Dynamics Simulations – O. Borodin (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), L. Suo (University of Maryland, College Park), M. Olguin (Army Research Laboratory), A. V. Cresce, J. Vatamanu (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), F. Wang (U.S.Army Research Lab), X. Ren (U. S. Army Research Laboratory), J. A. Dura (Center for Neutron Research, NIST), A. Faraone (NIST), M. Gobet (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Hunter College, CUNY), S. Munoz (Hunter College, CUNY), S. Greenbaum (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Hunter College, CUNY), C. Wang (University of Maryland, College Park), and K. Xu (Center for Research on Extreme Batteries)

QM Modeling 1 – 10:00 – 12:00 10:00

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Computational Study of the Effect of SurfaceBound Disulfide on the Oxygen Reduction Reaction – T. C. Allison (National Institute of Standards and Technology) and Y. Tong (Department of Chemistry, Georgetown University) Oxygen Reduction Reaction Catalytic Sites on Carbon-Coated Fe3C Catalyst – M. Reda, H. A. Hansen, and T. Vegge (Technical University of Denmark) Density Functional Theory Studies of COTolerant Stabilized Platinum Skin/Platinum Alloy Catalysts for the Hydrogen Oxidation Reaction – D. A. Tryk, H. Yano (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi), G. Shi, Y. Ogihara (University of Yamanashi), A. Iiyama, and H. Uchida (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi) Experimental and Computational Study on the Stability of Nitrogen, Boron, and Sulfur Doped Carbon Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – O. Naumov, S. Naumov, B. Abel, and A. Varga (Leibniz Institute of Surface Modification)

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Theoretical Characterization of the Electronic and Optical Properties of Beryllium and Nitrogen Co-Doped Graphene: A Proposed P-Type Semiconductor for Nanoelectronic and Optoelectronic Applications – O. Olaniyan, E. R. Mapasha, A. A. Khaleed, I. Emmanuel (University of Pretoria), and N. Manyala (Physics Department, University of Pretoria)

Monday, October 2

Continuum Modeling 1 – 14:00 – 15:20 14:00

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(Invited) Macroscopic Models of Ion-Nafion Interations: Influence of Counter Ion Density on Network Morphology – K. Promislow (Michigan State University) and B. Wetton (University of British Columba) Analytical Models of Diffusive-Reactive Flow in 3-D Microstructural Networks to Guide the Design of Electrochemical Materials – A. Cocco (U. S. Army Research Laboratory), A. Nakajo (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne), W. K. S. Chiu (University of Connecticut), and K. N. Grew (U.S. Army Research Laboratory) Modeling the in Situ Ionic and Electronic Conductivity of the Porous Electrodes Linked to the Oxidation-Reduction Reactions in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – T. L. Cheng (National Energy Technology Laboratory, AECOM, P.O. Box 1959, Albany, OR, 97321, USA), Y. Lei (National Energy Technology Laboratory), and Y. H. Wen (U.S. Department of Energy NETL)

Practical Implementation and Commercialization of Sensors 2 Sensor / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Chesapeake J, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Monday Afternoon Session – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Michael T Carter and Praveen K. Sekhar 14:00

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Energy-Water Nexus

All Divisions / Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee National Harbor 10, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Capacitive Deionization & Energy from Salinity – 08:00 – 10:20 Co-Chairs: Liangbing Hu and Yury Gogotsi 08:00

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Wearable Sensor Systems for Long Term Health and Environmental Monitoring – V. Misra (ASSIST-NERC, North Carolina State University) (Invited) Advancing Convergence and Innovation in Cancer Research: National Cancer Institute Center for Strategic Scientific Initiatives (CSSI) – M. A. Berny-Lang, S. E. Hanlon, and J. S. H. Lee (National Cancer Institute) Break (Invited) Bridging the Gap for the Commercialization of the First Mobile Metabolism Tracker – E. Forzani (Arizona State University) (Invited) Commercialization of Novel Electrochemical Sensors for Volatile Organics – W. Kuhr (Colorado School of Mines) and C. Rhodine (ChemiSensor, Inc.) (Invited) Design and Commercialization Challenges of Garment-Based Textile Electronics – J. S. Jur, A. Bowles, R. Bhakta, A. Myers, H. Shahariar, and J. Twiddy (North Carolina State University)

(Invited) Enabling Global Impact of Amperometric Gas Sensors – J. R. Stetter (SPEC Sensors, LLC), M. T. Carter (KWJ Engineering, Inc), and M. W. Findlay (KWJ Engineering, Inc.) (Invited) Field Trials Testing of Mixed Potential Electrochemical Hydrogen Safety Sensors at Commercial California Hydrogen Filling Stations – E. L. Brosha, C. J. Romero (Los Alamos National Laboratory), D. Poppe (Hydrogen Frontier, Inc.), T. L. Williamson, C. R. Kreller, R. Mukundan (Los Alamos National Laboratory), R. S. Glass, and A. Wu (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) A Wearable Electrochemical Sensor to Monitor Progression of Wound Healing – S. RoyChoudhury, Y. Umasankar, and S. Bhansali (Florida International University) A Three-Electrode Mixed-Potential Electrochemical Sensor for NOx/NH3 Automotive Exhaust Gas Analysis – L. K. Tsui, A. D. Benavidez (University of New Mexico), P. Palanisamy (ESL ElectroScience), L. Evans (Sandia National Laboratories), and F. H. Garzon (University of New Mexico)

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(Invited) 2D Transition Metal Carbides (MXenes) in Flow-Assisted Electrochemical Energy and Water Technologies – B. Akuzum, L. Agartan, E. C. Kumbur, and Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University) Capacitive Deionization Performance of Thermally Surface Modified Activated Carbon Cloth Electrodes – L. Agartan, B. Akuzum (Drexel University), T. Mathis (A. J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute), K. Ergenekon (Drexel University), E. Agar (University of Massachusetts Lowell), Y. Gogotsi, and E. C. Kumbur (Drexel University) High Electrical Power Densities from Salinity Gradients By Combining Electrode and Donnan Potentials in a Single Electrochemical Cell – C. A. Gorski (Penn State University), T. Kim, and B. E. Logan (The Pennsylvania State University) Energy from Salinity Gradients – S. Chittur Krishnaswamy (School of Advanced Sciences VIT University India) Break Evaluation of Non-Adiabatic Thermodynamic Cycles for Electroadsorption Based Deionization – J. Zhang, M. Nazemi (George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering), and M. C. Hatzell (Georgia Institute of Techology)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


Solar Conversion & Water Purification – 10:20 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Yury Gogotsi and Liangbing Hu 2263

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(Invited) Advanced Wood Nanostructures Toward Energy-Water Nexus – L. Hu (University of Maryland Energy Research Center) Sustainable Autarky of Food-Energy-Water (SAFE-Water) – V. Chaitanya, S. Gedara, M. Karbakhshi, and N. Khandan (New Mexico State University) Photoelectrochemical Zero Liquid Discharge System for Concentrate Brine Management – S. Mubeen (University of Iowa)

Energy-Water Nexus Plenary – 14:00 – 16:40 Chair: Eric D. Wachsman 14:00 14:05 2266

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) What would Thomas Malthus tell us in the 21st Century?: Experiences in the Water-Energy-Food Nexus from an International Development Perspective – F. Miralles-Wilhelm (Earth Systems Science Interdisciplinary Center) (Invited) Innovations at the Nexus of Food, Energy, and Water Systems (INFEWS) and Beyond – J. W. Jones (National Science Foundation) (Invited) Overview of NSF-EPRI Collaboratively Funded Advanced Dry Cooling Program – J. Shi (Electric Power Research Institute) (Invited) DOE’s Approach to the Energy Water Nexus: New Opportunities and Solutions – R. Ivester (U.S. Department of Energy) (Invited) Technology’s Role in Sustainable Energy – E. D. Williams (University of Maryland) Panel Discussion

Highlights 0800h ��������� Summit on Neural Health session (Z04), National Harbor 11 0900h ��������� Battery Division Student Research Award Address, Maryland D 1000h ��������� Battery Division Research Award Address, Maryland D 1010h ��������� Carl Wagner Memorial Award of the Electrochemical Society Address, National Harbor 7 1040h ��������� Battery Division Postdoctoral Associate Research Award Address, sponsored by MTI Corporation and the Jiang Family Foundation, Maryland D 1200h ��������� Battery Division Postdoctoral Associate Research Award Address, sponsored by MTI Corporation and the Jiang Family Foundation, Maryland D 1300h ��������� Technical Exhibit, and Career Expo, Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E 1400h ��������� Corrosion Division H. H. Uhlig Award Address, Camelia 2 1430h ��������� Corrosion Division Morris Cohen Graduate Student Award Address, Camelia 2 1715h ��������� Europe Section Heinz Gerischer Award Address, National Harbor 6 1800h ��������� Technical Exhibit, General and Student Poster Session, Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E 1810h ��������� Olin Palladium Award of the Electrochemical Society Address, Camelia 3

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Battery and Energy Technology Joint General Session

Battery / Energy Technology Maryland D, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Energy Storage Applications and Considerations/Battery Division Award Talks – 08:00 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Bor Yann Liaw and Guoying Chen

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

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Beyond the Hour and the Day: The Need and Technologies for Long-Duration Electrical Storage – J. S. Manser (Advanced Research Project Agency-Energy), L. Spangher (Advanced Research Projects Agency Energy), R. R. Heffner (Booz Allen Hamilton), S. J. Babinec, and P. S. Albertus (Advanced Research Projects Agency - Energy) Optimal Control of Grid-Connected Li-Ion Batteries to Maximise Revenue and Minimise Degradation – J. M. Reniers (University of Oxford), G. Mulder (VITO, Unit of Energy Technology), S. Ober-Blöbaum (University of Oxford), and D. A. Howey (Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford) 103

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Durability and Reliability of EV Batteries Under Electric Utility Grid Operations Bidirectional Charging Impact Analysis – A. Devie (University of Hawaii, Hawaii Natural Energy Institute), G. Baure (University of Hawaii / Hawaii Natural Energy Institute), and M. Dubarry (University of Hawaii, Hawaii Natural Energy Institute) (Battery Division Student Research Award Address) A Guide to Ethylene CarbonateFree Electrolyte Making for Li-ion Cells – L. Ma, R. Petibon, and J. R. Dahn (Dalhousie University) Break (Battery Division Research Award Address) Developments of New Ionic Conductors and Their Application to All-Solid-State Batteries – R. Kanno (Tokyo Institute of Technology) (Battery Division Postdoctoral Associate Research Award Address, sponsored by MTI Corporation and the Jiang Family Foundation) The Solvation Structure of Active Cations in Next-Generation Battery Electrolytes – K. A. See (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign) and A. A. Gewirth (Int Inst for Carbon-Neutral Energy Research (WPI-I2CNER)) Primary Batteries for Emerging Deep Space Exploration Missions – E. J. Brandon, K. J. Billings, B. V. Ratnakumar, K. B. Chin, J. P. Jones, S. C. Jones, F. C. Krause, R. A. Ontiveros, J. Pasalic, M. C. Smart, and W. C. West (JPL/Caltech) Hybrid Thermo-Electrochemical System for Efficient and Low Cost High Pressure Hydrogen Compression – C. Corgnale (Savannah River Nat Lab-Greenway Energy), S. Greenway, M. Sulic, T. Motyka (Greenway Energy), B. Hardy (Savannah River National Laboratory), T. Molten (Sustainable Innovations), D. Ludlow (Ludlow Electrochemical Hardware), J. HattrickSimpers (NIST), T. Williams, J. Lauterbach, and J. W. Weidner (University of South Carolina) (Battery Division Postdoctoral Associate Research Award Address, sponsored by MTI Corporation and the Jiang Family Foundation) K-Ion Battery for a NextGeneration Energy Storage System – H. Kim, J. C. Kim (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), D. H. Seo (University of California, Berkeley), S. H. Bo (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), D. H. Kwon (University of California, Berkeley), T. Shi (UC Berkeley), and G. Ceder (University of California, Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

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Advancing Sodium-Based Batteries for GridScale Energy Storage – E. D. Spoerke, L. J. Small, J. Lamb, P. Clem, D. Ingersoll (Sandia National Laboratories), S. Bhavaraju, and A. Eccleston (Ceramatec,Inc.) 14:40 50 TiP2O7 Exhibiting Reversible Insertion of Sodium Ions in an Aqueous Environment – G. Yee, J. Whitacre, S. Shanbhag (Carnegie Mellon University), J. Chang, and K. Carlisle (Aquion Energy Inc.) 15:00 51 A Fully Regenerable Thermal Silver Ammonia Battery to Convert Low-Grade Waste Heat to Electricity – M. Rahimi, T. Kim, C. A. Gorski, and B. E. Logan (The Pennsylvania State University) 15:20 Break 15:40 52 Sonochemical Synthesis of Na0.7MnO2.05 and Na0.44MnO2 Insertion Materials for Na-Ion Batteries and Na-Ion Capacitors – G. Shinde (Indian Institute of Science), S. Baskar (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, 560012, India), P. D. Nayak (indian Institute of Science), and P. Barpanda (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, 560012, India) 16:00 53 Performance of Rechargeable Iron Alkaline Batteries with Sulfur-Containing Atomized Powders As Negative Electrodes – K. Hayashi (KOBE STEEL, LTD.), Y. Wada, T. Suzuki, Y. Maeda (Toyohashi University of Technology), H. Sakamoto (KOBE STEEL, LTD.), W. K. Tan, G. Kawamura, H. Muto, and A. Matsuda (Toyohashi University of Technology) 16:20 54 Effects of Cell Geometry on Rate Performance of Secondary Batteries – J. S. Thorne and J. R. Greer (California Institute of Technology) 16:40 55 Printed Planar Lithium Ion Batteries – B. R. Hsieh (EnCap Energy Inc.) 17:00 56 Transparent Thin Film Lithium Ion Batteries – S. Oukassi, S. Poncet, C. Dubarry, A. Bazin, C. Secouard, F. Geffraye, and R. Salot (CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus, 38054 Grenoble, France) 17:20 57 Beyond Li-Ion Chemistry for High Energy Aqueous Battery – C. Yang (University of Maryland), C. Wang, L. Suo (University of Maryland, College Park), and F. Wang (U.S.Army Research Lab)

Sodium Batteries and Novel Systems – 14:00 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Gabriel M Veith and Loraine Torres-Castro 14:00

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Planar-Type Na-Metal Halide Battery: Low Operating Temperature, Low Cost and Long Cycle-Life – H. J. Chang, X. Lu (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), K. Jung (Research Institute of Industrial Science and Technology), V. Sprenkle, and G. Li (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


Battery Characterization: Symposium in Honor of Frank McLarnon

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Battery National Harbor 1, Gaylord National Resort and C onvention Center

Symposium in Honor of Frank McLarnon: Battery Characterization I – 08:00 – 12:10 Co-Chairs: Robert Kostecki and Kristina Edstrom 08:00 08:20

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Welcoming and introductory Remarks Honoring Frank McLarnon (Invited) Problems and Solutions for Lithium Metal Rechargeable Batteries – G. E. Blomgren (Blomgren Consulting Services) Characterizing the Tortuosity of Aligned Pores and Its Effects on Electrode Kinetics in Directionally Freeze-Cast Cathodes – B. Delattre (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), R. Amin (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute), A. P. Tomsia (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and Y. M. Chiang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Layered-to-Spinel Phase Transformation of Li2MnO3 during the Initial Charge – K. Shimoda, T. Matsunaga, M. Murakami, H. Arai (Office of Society-Academia Collaboration for Innovation, Kyoto University), Y. Uchimoto (Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), E. Matsubara (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Kyoto University), and Z. Ogumi (Office of SocietyAcademia Collaboration for Innovation, Kyoto University) Coffe Break (Invited) Advanced Diagnosis Tools for Probing Interfaces and Surfaces in Electrochemical Systems – Y. S. Meng (University of California San Diego) SERS Analysis on Interfacial Reaction of Rechargeable Battery Electrode Using Plasmonic Sensor Element – SEI Formation at Graphite Electrode Surface – M. Kunimoto (Res. Org. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda University), Y. Sun (Dept. of Applied Chemistry, Waseda University), M. Yanagisawa (Res. Org. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda University), and T. Homma (Dept. of Applied Chemistry, Waseda University) Interfacial Chemistry and Bulk Microstructure from in-Situ Small Angle Scattering – C. A. Bridges, X. G. Sun, C. Jafta, W. Heller, L. He, B. Guo, M. P. Paranthaman, and S. Dai (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) The Mechanism of Impedance Increase in Nickel-Rich NMC Cathodes – R. C. Lee, C. Tian, M. Doeff, and R. Kostecki (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Improving Li/Solid Electrolyte Interfacial Contact and Performance By Evaporating a Conformal Lithium Layer – S. Frisco and J. Whitacre (Carnegie Mellon University)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

Uncovering Structural Organization of a Solid Electrolyte Interphase Using Thin Window Si Membrane Negative Electrodes – S. Takeuchi (Theiss Research), V. P. Oleshko, D. J. Gundlach, O. A. Kirillov (National Institute of Standards and Technology), W. R. McGehee, E. Strelcov (National Institute of Standards and Technology, University of Maryland, College Park), N. Zhitenev, C. L. Soles, and J. J. McClelland (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

Symposium in Honor of Frank McLarnon: Battery Characterization II – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Dominique Guyomard and Minoru Inaba 14:00

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(Invited) Linking Advanced Characterization and Continuum Modeling to Understand Battery Behavior – V. Srinivasan (Argonne National Laboratory) Implications of Measurement Uncertainty in Battery Performance Analysis – S. C. Nagpure, E. J. Dufek, C. C. Dickerson, R. L. Bewley (Idaho National Laboratory), L. K. Walker (INL), S. M. Wood, B. Y. Liaw, and T. Tanim (Idaho National Laboratory) Operando Visualization of Two-Dimensional Li Diffusion Behavior and Hybrid Phase Transformation Kinetics in Olivine Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) – L. Li (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), L. Hong (Rice University), Y. C. K. ChenWiegart, J. Wang, J. Wang (Brookhaven National Laboratory), K. Xiang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), F. Meng (Department of Chemistry, UWMadison), W. Li, L. Gan (University of Wisconsin-Madison), F. Wang (Rice University), Y. M. Chiang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), S. Jin (Department of Chemistry, UW-Madison), and M. Tang (Rice University) Unveiling the Key Factors in the High Performance of SnO2 Anode Material for the Advanced Lithium-Ion Batteries – H. Kim, H. Kim (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University), M. Balasubramanian (Advanced Photon Source, Argonne National Laboratory), S. Muhammad, J. Yoon (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University), J. M. Kim (Department of Chemistry, Sungkyunkwan University), H. Kim (Hanyang University), and W. S. Yoon (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University) Mechanics of Ultrasonic Wave Propagation in Cycling Li-Ion Batteries & Applications for SOC Determination – G. Davies (MAE/ACEE Princeton University), S. Biswas, K. W. Knehr, T. Hodson (Princeton University), and D. A. Steingart (MAE/ACEE Princeton University) Gravitational Level Effects on the Coupling Phenomena between Mass Transfer and Morphological Variation Rate – T. Nishida (Kyoto University), K. Nishikawa (CREST, JST), H. Matsushima (Hokkaido University), T. Wakatsuki (Kyoto University), T. Homma (Res. Org. for Nano&Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.), M. Rosso (CNRS - Ecole Polytechnique), and Y. Fukunaka (Waseda University) 105

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Break (Invited) Measurement Methods to Quantify the Physico-Chemical Parameters Required for Lithium Ion Battery Performance Models – J. Landesfeind, A. Ehrl, R. Morasch, W. A. Wall, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich) Fundamental Understanding of the Effect of Polymer Binder on the Interfacial Properties of Si-Electrode Model Systems – A. M. Haregewoin, L. Terborg, L. Zhang, J. Guo, P. N. Ross, and R. Kostecki (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Cycle Life Analysis of LiMn2O4-DCld Made Via in Situ Combustion Synthesis and Reduced-Time Solid State Processing – P. C. Latorre, A. L. Ruth (U.S. Army RDECOM CERDEC CP&I), E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland), and T. B. Atwater (U.S. Army RDECOM CERDEC CP&I) Fundamental Trends in Electrochemical and Physico-Mechanical Properties of Prospective Electrode Materials for Electrical Energy Storage with Plasmon Energy – V. P. Oleshko (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

Li-ion Batteries

Battery Maryland C, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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Characterization I – 08:10 – 12:30 Co-Chairs: Maria K. Y. Chan and Stefan Adams 08:10

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(Invited) Quantification of Rate Capability for Li-Ion Battery Materials from Their Crystal Structures – S. Adams (National University of Singapore) In-Situ and First Principles Characterization of Alpha-Manganese Oxide (MnO2) – D. Ford (Argonne National Laboratory, Duke University), Z. Yang, J. S. Park, L. Trahey (Argonne National Laboratory), Y. Ren (Advanced Photon Source, Argonne National Laboratory), S. Kim (Argonne National Laboratory), H. Kim (Northwestern University), T. T. Fister, M. M. Thackeray, and M. K. Y. Chan (Argonne National Laboratory) In Situ NMR Imaging of Ion Transport in Li-Ion Batteries – S. A. Krachkovskiy, J. D. Bazak (McMaster University), J. M. Foster (University of Portsmouth), B. Balcom (University of New Brunswick), I. C. Halalay (General Motors Global R&D), and G. R. Goward (McMaster University) Investigation of Structural Changes in CarbonCoated Li2MoO3-LiCrO2 Cathode Material By Synchrotron-Based X-Ray Techniques – H. Lee, T. Kim, W. Lee, W. Oh, and W. S. Yoon (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University) Break Capillary-Based Micro-Battery Cells for Operando X-Ray Diffraction Studies of Electrode Materials in Working Li-Ion Batteries – R. E. Johnsen and P. Norby (Technical University of Denmark)

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Oxygen Redox in Li-Ion Battery Chemistries – M. Roberts (University of Oxford), P. G. Bruce (University of Oxford, Department of Materials, University of Oxford), K. Luo (University of Oxford), and N. Guerrini (Oxford University) 247 Diagnostic Studies on Ni-Rich NMC Layered Cathode Materials By Using SynchrotronBased X-Ray Techniques – S. M. Bak (Chemistry Division, Brookhaven National Laboratory), Y. Shin (Argonne National Laboratory), E. Hu (Chemistry Division, Brookhaven National Laboratory), R. Lin (CFN, Brookhaven National Laboratory, MS&E, Stony Brook University), and X. Q. Yang (Chemistry Division, Brookhaven National Laboratory) 248 Multi-Temperature in Situ Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Polarization and Salt Precipitation in Li-Ion Battery Electrolytes – D. J. Bazak, S. A. Krachkovskiy, and G. R. Goward (McMaster University) 249 (Invited) Cation-Disordered Rocksalt Oxides for High-Capacity Positive Electrodes of Rechargeable Lithium/Sodium Batteries – N. Yabuuchi (ESICB-Kyoto University, Tokyo Denki University) 250 Primary and Sub-Primary Particle Level Lithium Ion Battery Diagnostics Using Chemical-Sensitive STEM Tomography, Aberration-Corrected Imaging and Eels – R. Lin (CFN, Brookhaven National Laboratory), E. Hu (Chemistry Division, Brookhaven National Laboratory), X. Yu (Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences), X. Q. Yang (Chemistry Division, Brookhaven National Laboratory), and H. L. Xin (CFN, Brookhaven National Laboratory) 251 Swelling-Suppressed Si/Siox Wrapped in Graphene for High Performance Li Storage Material – H. Yoo, E. Park (Hanyang University), H. Kim (Korea Institute of Geoscience & Mineral Resources), J. Bae (Hanyang University), H. Chang (Korea Institute of Geoscience & Mineral Resources), D. S. Kim (Hanyang University), H. D. Jang (Korea Institute of Geoscience & Mineral Resources), and H. Kim (Hanyang University)

Characterization II – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Jie Xiao and Vish Viswanathan 14:00

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(Invited) Cathodes for High Rate, Long Cycle Life Lithium Sulfur Batteries – M. Wixom, Q. Wu, P. Zhang, and P. Aurora (Navitas Systems, LLC) New Insights Using Nonlinear Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy for the Analysis of Degradation in Linmc | C Cells – V. W. Hu, M. D. Murbach, and D. T. Schwartz (University of Washington) A Reduced Order Model Derived from DFT with Uncertainty Estimation for the Understanding of Magnetic Cathodes – G. Houchins and V. Viswanathan (Carnegie Mellon University)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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Using Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy and Equivalent Circuit Modeling to Analyze Capacity Fade in Lithium-Ion Batteries Due to Pulse Charging – D. R. Rajagopalan Kannan (Florida A&M University - Florida State University), L. J. Butts (FAMU-FSU College of Engineering), M. H. Weatherspoon, and P. L. Moss (Florida A&M University - Florida State University) Avrami Kinetics of Phase Transformations in Nanoparticle Agglomerates of Battery Electrodes – K. Xiang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), M. Tang (Rice University), D. B. Ravnsbaek (University of Southern Denmark), and Y. M. Chiang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Break Electrochemical Degradation Processes of Solid Polymer Electrolytes in Li-Ion Batteries: An Online Electrochemical Mass Spectrometry (OEMS) Study – B. Sun (Paul Scherrer Institute, Electrochemistry Laboratory), C. Sångeland (Uppsala University, Department of Chemistry), D. Brandell (Department of Chemistry - Ångström, Uppsala University), J. Mindemark (Uppsala University, Department of Chemistry), and E. J. Berg (Paul Scherrer Institute, Electrochemistry Laboratory) Novel Analytical Method in Revealing the Solution Structure of Lithium-Ion Battery Electrolytes – C. C. Su (Argonne National Laboratory), R. Amine (University of Illinois at Chicago), M. He (WPI), Z. Chen, and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory) Influence of Mechanical Pressure on the Electrical Performance of Lithium-Ion Silicon Batteries – G. Berckmans, J. Smekens (Vrije Universiteit Brussel - ETEC/MOBI), M. Marinaro (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung BW), P. Spurk, D. Nelis (Umicore AG & Co KG), G. Schmidt, J. Chauveau (ARKEMA), M. Wohlfahrt-Mehrens (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und WasserstoffForschung BW), N. Omar, and J. Van Mierlo (Vrije Universiteit Brussel - ETEC/MOBI) Combined RLS-ΕKF Method for SOC and Parameter Estimation of Lithium-Ion Batteries – M. Oya (GS Yuasa Corporation), W. Sueki (Osaka University), Y. Hayakawa, K. Takaba, and M. Fukui (Ritsumeikan University) Temperature Evolution As a Novel Indicator for State of Health Estimation of Lithium-Ion Cells – Y. Wu and A. Jossen (Technical University of Munich)

Battery Materials: Beyond Li-Ion

Battery / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Maryland A, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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(Invited) Unraveling the Magnesium-Ion Intercalation Mechanism in Vanadium Pentoxide – S. C. Lim, J. Lee, H. H. Kwak, J. W. Heo, M. S. Chae (DGIST), D. Ahn (Beamline Department, Pohang Accelerator Laboratory), Y. H. Jang, H. Lee, and S. T. Hong (DGIST) 08:40 432 A Comparison of Thiospinel Mg Battery Cathode Materials: MgxTi2S4 and MgxZr2S4 – P. Bonnick, X. Sun, L. Blanc, and L. F. Nazar (University of Waterloo) 09:00 433 Mg-Based Spinel Nanocrystals: Phase, Size, Electrochemical Properties – L. Hu (JCESR at University of Illinois at Chicago), S. Kim (Argonne National Laboratory), T. T. Fister (Chemical Sciences and Engineering Division), J. W. Freeland (X-ray Science Division), G. M. Nolis, H. D. Yoo (JCESR at University of Illinois at Chicago), and J. Cabana (University of Illinois at Chicago) 09:20 434 Alternative Approaches to Evaluating Multivalent Cathodes – P. Khalifah (Stony Brook University / BNL) 09:40 Break 10:00 435 Investigation of Oxide Cathode Materials for Rechargeable Mg Batteries – X. Sun, L. Blanc, P. Bonnick (University of Waterloo), G. M. Nolis, J. Cabana (University of Illinois at Chicago), and L. F. Nazar (University of Waterloo) 10:20 436 Influence of Inversion on Mg Mobility and Electrochemistry in Spinels – G. S. Gautam, P. Canepa (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), A. Urban (University of California, Berkeley), S. H. Bo (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and G. Ceder (University of California, Berkeley) 10:40 437 Developing Synthetic Routes to Magnesium Battery Cathodes – A. Wustrow, J. T. Incorvati, J. Hancock (Northwestern University), J. T. Vaughey (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), and K. Poeppelmeier (Northwestern University) 11:00 438 Magnesium-Ion Batteries Based on Tin-Based Anode Material – D. T. Nguyen (Chungnam National University, Republic of Korea) and S. W. Song (Dept. of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry) 11:20 439 Designing New Magnesium-Based Cathode Materials – J. T. Vaughey, B. Key, D. L. Proffit, N. Sa, B. J. Ingram, A. L. Lipson (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), K. Poeppelmeier, and J. T. Incorvati (Northwestern University) 08:20

Magnesium-Ion II – 13:00 – 15:00 Co-Chairs: Niya Sa and John T. Vaughey 13:00

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Investigating Barriers to Mg Intercalation in Oxide Spinel Cathodes through FirstPrinciples Calculations – T. Chen (University of California, Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), G. S. Gautam (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), W. Huang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and G. Ceder (University of California, Berkeley)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

New Class of Non-Corrosive, NonNucleophilic and Highly Efficient Electrolytes for Rechargeable Magnesium Batteries – M. Fichtner (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)) and Z. Zhao-Karger (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)) Speciation and Electrochemical Properties of Electrolytes for Mg-Ion Batteries – L. C. Merrill and J. L. Schaefer (University of Notre Dame)

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Electrolyte and Cathode Compatibility for Rechargeable Mg Ion Battery – N. Sa (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), Y. Ren (Advanced Photon Source, Argonne National Laboratory), A. Burrell (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), and J. T. Vaughey (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory) Impurity-Driven Anode Surface Chemistry in Organic Electrolytes for Multivalent Ion Batteries – J. G. Connell (Argonne National Laboratory), B. Genorio (University of Ljubljana), P. P. Lopes, D. Strmcnik, V. Stamenkovic, and N. M. Markovic (Argonne National Laboratory) A Key Concept of Utilization of Both Magnesium Chloride and Imide Salts for High Temperature Rechargebale Mg Battery Electrolytes – T. Mandai and K. Kanamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University) Break

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Sodium-Ion – 15:00 – 18:20 Co-Chairs: Alexandre Ponrouch, Francis Guillaume and Christopher Johnson

Tuesday, October 3

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Sustainable Aqueous Synthesis and Electrochemical Insights on High-Voltage Sodium Alluaudite Insertion Materials – P. Barpanda (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, 560012, India) and D. Dwibedi (Indian Institute of Science) 15:20 446 On the Stability of Interphases in Na Batteries – A. Ponrouch, R. Dugas, D. Iermakova (ICMAB-CSIC), and M. R. Palacin (ALISTORE-ERI) 15:40 447 Phosphosulfate Nasicon NaFe2(PO4)(SO4)2 As Electroactive Material for Sodium Batteries – H. Ben Yahia, R. Essehli (Qatar Environment & Energy Research Institute, HBKU), K. Boulahya (Facultad de Químicas Universidad Complutense), T. Okumura (AIST), and I. Belharouak (Qatar Environment & Energy Research Institute, HBKU, College of Science & Engineering, HBKU) 16:00 448 Synthesis and Characterization of NaAlTi3O8 As a Novel Intercalation Anode Material for Sodium Ion Batteries – X. Ma (Georgia Institute of Technology), J. Bai (Brookhaven National Laboratory), K. An (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and H. Chen (Georgia Institute of Technology) 16:20 449 Bulk and Nanostructured Closo-Hydroborate Salts of Lithium and Sodium As Superionic Electrolytes for Solid-State Batteries – V. Stavila (Sandia National Laboratories), M. Dimitrievska (National Renewable Energy Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology), W. S. Tang (National Institute of Standards and Technology), A. A. Talin (Sandia National Labs), J. L. White (Sandia National Laboratories), J. Varley, P. Shea, B. C. Wood (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory), A. Skripov (Institute of Metal Physics, Ural Branch), and T. J. Udovic (National Institute of Standards and Technology) 16:40 Intermission

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Computational and Spectroscopic Analysis of Ion Interactions in Sodium and Lithium Ion Battery Electrolytes – A. V. Cresce, O. Borodin (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), S. Greenbaum (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Hunter College, CUNY), J. Peng (Hunter College of CUNY), M. Gobet (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Hunter College, CUNY), R. Rogers (Rochester Institute of Technology), and K. Xu (Center for Research on Extreme Batteries) Ultrasonically Dispersed Sodium Powders As Electrode Additives for Improved Cycling of Sodium Ion Batteries – J. Tang, D. K. Kye, and V. G. Pol (Purdue University) Lithium Doped High-Performance Intercalation Cathode Materials for Sodium Ion Batteries – L. Yang (Georgia Institute of Technology), X. Li (Florida State University), X. Ma, S. Xiong (Georgia Institute of Technology), Y. Y. Hu (National High Magnetic Field Laboratory), M. Liu (School of Materials Science and Engineering, Georgia Tech), and H. Chen (Georgia Institute of Technology) Sodium-Ion Intercalation in Bilayered V2O5 Modified Aerogel: Thermodynamic Characteristics of NaxV2O5 (0 ≤ x ≤ 4, and beyond) – W. H. Smyrl and F. Guillaume (University of Minnesota)

Fast Electrochemical Processes and Devices

Battery / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Chesapeake 6, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Pseudocapacitance – 08:00 – 09:40 Co-Chairs: Jim P Zheng and Roseanne Warren 08:00

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(Invited) Pseudocapacitive Vs Battery Type Electrodes: Two Distinctive Aspects of Fast Electrochemical Processes and Devices – T. Brousse (IMN JR CNRS UMR 6502, RS2E FR CNRS 3459), J. W. Long (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), and D. Bélanger (Université du Québec à Montréal) Deconvoluting Capacitive and PseudoCapacitive Contributions to Electrochemical Capacitor Electrode Behaviour – M. Forghani and S. W. Donne (University of Newcastle) A New Type of Supercapacitor Oxide ZnMn2O4 Showing Combined Pseudocapacitance and Battery Behaviors – N. L. Wu and M. Abdollahifar (National Taiwan University) Combining Battery-like and Pseudocapacitive Charge Storage in 3D MnOx–Carbon Electrode Architectures for Zinc-Ion Cells – J. S. Ko (Naval Research Laboratory, National Research Council Postdoctoral Associate), M. B. Sassin, D. R. Rolison, and J. W. Long (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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(Invited) Lithium-Ion Capacitor Utilizing 3-D Current Collector with Bis(fluorosulfonyl) Imide-Based Electrolyte – M. Ishikawa, N. Hirota, S. Uchida, M. Yamagata (Kansai University), K. Okuno, M. Majima, and A. Hosoe (Sumitomo Electric Industries, LTD.) Design and Construction of Novel HighPerformance Li-Ion Hybrid Supercapacitors Based on 3D Graphene Composites – W. Liu, L. Han, R. Tjandra, G. Lui, K. Feng, and A. Yu (University of Waterloo) Redox-Active Organic Positive Electrodes for Li- and Na-Ion Capacitors – T. Liu, B. Lee, J. Park, and S. W. Lee (Georgia Institute of Technology) Electrochemical Peformance of Lithium-Ion Capacitors Evaluated Under High Temperature and High Voltage Stress Using Redox Stable Electrolytes and Additives – J. Boltersdorf, S. A. Delp (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), J. P. Zheng (Florida State University), T. R. Jow, and J. A. Read (U.S. Army Research Laboratory) Internal Hybrid Li-Ion Battery and Li-Ion Capacitor Energy Storage Cells – J. P. Zheng, A. Shellikeri (Florida State University), J. S. Zheng (Tongji University), M. A. Hagen, S. Yturriaga (Florida State University), J. A. Read, and T. R. Jow (U.S. Army Research Laboratory)

Thin-Film Characterization and Devices – 14:00 – 15:00 Co-Chairs: Andrea Balducci and Nicolas Jäckel 14:00

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Thin Film Electrodes for Fast Electrochemical Micro-Supercapacitors – C. Arico (IEMN CNRS UMR 8520), K. Robert (IEMN UMR CNRS 8520), K. Brousse (CIRIMAT, UMR CNRS 5085), S. Ouendi (IEMN UMR CNRS 8520), C. Douard (RS2E), B. Daffos (CIRIMAT UMR CNRS 5085), P. L. Taberna (CIRIMAT, UMR CNRS 5085), P. Roussel (UCCS), J. Le Bideau (IMN, CNRS/ University of Nantes), P. Simon (CIRIMAT, UMR CNRS 5085), T. Brousse (IMN JR CNRS UMR 6502), and C. Lethien (IEMN UMR CNRS 8520) High Performance Micro-Supercapacitors Integrated on Both Silicon Chips and Flexible Polyimide Substrate – K. Brousse (CIRIMAT, UMR CNRS 5085, RS2E FR CNRS 3459), S. Nguyen (LPCNO, UMR 5215 INSA-UPSCNRS), S. Pinaud (LPCNO, UMR 5215 INSA-UPS- CNRS), C. Lethien (IEMN UMR CNRS 8520, RS2E FR CNRS 3459), K. Soulantica (LPCNO, UMR 5215 INSA-UPSCNRS), B. Chaudret (LPCNO, UMR 5215 INSA-UPS- CNRS), M. Respaud (AIME, INSA-UPS-INP, LPCNO, UMR 5215 INSAUPS- CNRS), P. L. Taberna, and P. Simon (CIRIMAT, UMR CNRS 5085, RS2E FR CNRS 3459) A Step Potential Electrochemical Spectroscopy Analysis of Capacitance Fade with Increasing Film Thickness in Anodically Electrodeposited Thin Films of Manganese Dioxide – A. J. Gibson and S. W. Donne (University of Newcastle)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

Electrolytes – 15:20 – 16:40 Co-Chairs: Olivier Crosnier and Nae-Lih Wu 15:20

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Ionogels for Safer Energy Storage: The Determining Effect of the Interface – B. Asbani, C. Douard, N. Dupré (IMN Univ. Nantes - CNRS UMR 6502 – (Fr)), B. Humbert (IMN, University of Nantes, CNRS, Nantes, France.), C. Lethien (IEMN UMR CNRS 8520), T. Brousse (IMN JR CNRS UMR 6502), and J. Le Bideau (IMN, CNRS/ University of Nantes) Novel Redox Gel Electrolytes for All-SolidState Supercapacitors – A. Kundu and T. Fisher (Purdue University) A Molecular Dynamics Study of Concentrated Aqueous Solutions of Lithium Salts at Charged Electrodes – J. Vatamanu and O. Borodin (U.S. Army Research Laboratory) The Influence of Ion-Solvent Interactions on the Performance of Electrochemical Double Layer Capacitors Containing NonConventional Solvents – J. Krummacher, C. Schütter, L. H. Hess, and A. Balducci (Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena)

Panel Discussion – 17:00 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Jeffrey W. Long, Thierry Brousse, Wataru Sugimoto and Andrea Balducci 17:00

Panel Discussion

Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center A07 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Investigating the Electrode-Electrolyte Behaviour of Carbon Materials in Various Non-Aqueous Electrolytes – A. Cameron and S. W. Donne (University of Newcastle) Low-Temperature Performance of Symmetric MnOx-Carbon Nanofoam-Based Ecs with Mild-pH Aqueous Electrolytes – M. B. Sassin (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), J. Wallace (Formerly of Nova Research Inc.), J. Ko (NRC Postdoc at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), and J. W. Long (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory) Printed Planar Supercapacitors (SCs) Having High Energy Density – B. R. Hsieh (EnCap Energy Inc.) Hybrid Composite Electrodes for Asymmetric Full Cell Supercapacitors – T. Mokkelbost, J. R. Tolchard, K. Jayasayee, A. O. Barnett, S. M. Hanetho (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), A. M. Svensson (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), and M. F. Montemor (Instituto Superior Tecnico)

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Lithium-Ion Capacitors – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Wataru Sugimoto and Kazuaki Kisu


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Carbon Nanostructures: From Fundamental Studies to Applications and Devices

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Nanocarbons / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Chesapeake K, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Nanocarbons for Supercapacitor Applications – 08:00 – 09:40 Co-Chairs: Dongfang Yang and Meelis Härmas 08:00

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Photo-Reduced Graphene As Electrode Active Materials for Supercapacitor Applications – D. Yang (National Research Council Canada) D-Glucose Derived Carbon Materials Activated by Zinc Chloride, Potassium Hydroxide or Mixture of Them for Supercapacitor Electrodes – M. Härmas, T. Thomberg, H. Kurig, T. Romann, A. Jänes, and E. Lust (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu) All-Solid-State Supercapacitor Based on Graphene Oxide Composite Electrodes – H. J. Lo and H. Y. Chen (National Taiwan University) Microporous Carbon Hybrid Nanostructure for Supercapacitors – V. Dorvilien (Dept. of Physics, University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, USA), N. Santa Cruz (Universidad de Puerto Rico), C. V. Rojas (Dept. of Chemistry, University of Puerto Rico, USA), M. LopezdeVictoria (Dept. of Physics, University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, USA), K. Rivera (Dept. of Chemistry, University of Puerto Rico, USA), F. Mendoza (Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Puerto Rico Rio Piedras Campus), T. B. Limbu (Dept. of Physics, University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, USA), G. Morell (Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Puerto Rico Rio Piedras Campus), and B. R. Weiner (IFN, University of Puerto Rico) Biomass Based Carbon Composites As Negative Electrodes for Asymmetric Supercapacitors – A. A. Arie, L. Hadisaputra, R. F. Susanti (Parahyangan Catholic University), H. Devianto (Institute Teknologi Bandung), and J. K. Lee (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)

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Carbon Based Polymer Nanocomposites for Strain Sensor Applications – H. Liu (University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Zhengzhou University), K. Dai, C. Liu (Zhengzhou University), J. Guo (University of Tennessee Knoxville), L. Wu, M. Zhao (Shandong University), and Z. Guo (University of Tennessee Knoxville) (Invited) Long Term Intracellular Study of Carbon Nanomaterials at Ultra-Low Concentrations – T. Ignatova (University of North Carolina Greensboro), S. Jedlicka, and S. V. Rotkin (Lehigh University) Fluorescently Active Carbon Nanostructures from Neurotransmitter Family Precursors – V. Ozhukil Kollath, F. D. Mayer, T. Mudigonda, M. N. Islam, and K. Karan (University of Calgary) Novel Polymer Wrapping of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube By Radical Polymerization – T. Fujigaya (PRESTO-JST) and Y. Nagai (Applied Chemistry, Kyushu University)

Redox Reaction on the Surface/Edge Strturtures of Graphene/Graphite – A. Kumatani, C. Miura, H. Shiku (Tohoku University), T. Yasufumi (Kanazawa University, JST PREST), and T. Matsue (Tohoku University) Wet Chemistry for Large Cage Metallofullerene Isolation – S. Stevenson and H. R. Thompson (Purdue University - Fort Wayne)

Preparation of Nickel Nanoparticles Doped with Activated Carbon and Their Hydrogen Uptake at Room Temperature – J. H. Lee, C. Y. Huang, and H. H. Tseng (Industrial Technology Research Institute) Chemical Purification of Gd3N@C88 Metallofullerene Using Alcohols and Lewis Acids – H. R. Thompson and S. Stevenson (Purdue University - Fort Wayne) Simulation Based Study of Oxygen Plasma Induced Defects on Zigzag Graphene Nanoribbons – P. A. Chen, J. W. Lee, M. H. Chiang, and W. C. Hsu (National Cheng Kung University) Low Cost Rapid Synthesis of Exfoliated Graphite Containing Manganese Oxide Materials for Energy and Environmental Applications – N. Sykam and M. R. G (Indian Institute of Science Bangalore) Semiconducting Porous Carbon Spheres Derived from Hypercross-Linked Polymer for Energy Applications – R. Vinodh, A. Abidov, M. Palanichamy (Hanseo University), W. S. Cha (Kunsan National University), and H. T. Jang (Hanseo University) Flexible Polyaniline/Reduced Graphene Oxide/Carbon Fibers Composites Applied As Electrodes for Supercapacitors – D. A. L. Almeida, A. F. Sardinha, and N. G. Ferreira (Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais) Carbon Nanotubes Modified with Fluorine – I. Zeferino González (TECNM / Instituto Tecnológico de Cancún), H. Demers, N. Brodusch, R. Gauvin (McGill University), A. M. Valenzuela-Muñiz, and Y. Verde Gómez (TECNM / Instituto Tecnológico de Cancún) Influence of Calcination Treatments on the Formation of N-Doped Carbon Nanofibers and Their Electrochemical Properties – R. OjedaLópez (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana - Iztapalapa), G. Ramos-Sánchez (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa), J. M. Esparza-Schulz, I. J. Pérez-Hermosillo, A. Domínguez-Ortiz, and I. González (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa) Transformation of Plant Biomass Waste into Resourceful Activated Carbon Materials for Mixed-Assembly Type Electrochemical Capacitors – D. Momodu (University of Pretoria), C. Okafor (African University of Science and Technology, Abuja), N. Manyala, A. Bello (University of Pretoria), M. G. Zebaze-Kana (Kwara State University, Malete), and E. Ntsoenzok (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Orleans) Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


Corrosion General Session

Corrosion Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

C01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Sannakaisa Virtanen and Masayuki Itagaki •

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Non Destructive Evaluation of Urethane-Epoxy Coating Systems Using the Scanning Kelvin Probe Technique – D. Borth and D. C. Hansen (University of Dayton Research Institute) Electrochemical Evaluation of the Influence of Surface Treatment Used on the AA6063T5 Alloy – D. G. Teixeira Sr. (Universidade Estadual de Ceará), P. H. Suegama (Universidade Federal da Grande Dourados), C. S. Fugiwara (Universidade Estadual Paulista Julio de Mesquita), and A. V. Benedetti Sr. (Universidade Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita) Impedance Response of Corrosion Monitoring Sensor Fabricated By Screen-Printing Technique – N. Fujii, A. Aiba, Y. Hoshi, I. Shitanda, and M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science) Influences of Chloride and Fluoride Ions on Localized Corrosion of Stainless Steels at Anodic Polarization – C. Tsukioka, M. Ueyama, Y. Hoshi, I. Shitanda, M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science), S. Takata, and T. Kogure (Toyota Motor Corporation) Hydrometallurgical Purification of Metallurgical Grade Silicon with Hydrogen Peroxide in Hydrofluoric Acid – H. Lai and X. Luo (Xiamen University) Electrochemical and Corrosion Protection Performance of New Polymer Composite Coatings on Carbon Steel in Sulfuric Acid Medium – F. Branzoi (Institute of Physical Chemistry) and Z. Pahom (University Politehnica of Bucharest) A Pre-Treatment Coating with RedoxResponsive Self-Healing Function for AZ31B Magnesium Alloy – C. Ding and J. Fu (Nanjing University of Science and Technology) The Efficiency of Hexamethylenetetramine ((CH2)6N4) and Thiourea (CH4N2S) in Protection of Coating Layer – W. Al zoubi (Yeungnam University)

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Corrosion Camelia 2, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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Corrosion of Aluminum Alloys – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Rudolph Buchheit and Gerald S. Frankel 08:00

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Developing a Framework for Improved Accelerated Testing of Aluminum-Lithium Alloys – M. Parker and R. G. Kelly (University of Virginia) Accelerated Corrosion Degradation of Coated Aluminum Alloy Systems through Galvanic Interactions – J. T. Boerstler and G. S. Frankel (Fontana Corrosion Center, The Ohio State University) A New Perspective on the Kinetics of Atmospheric Aluminium Pitting Corrosion – A. Trueman (Corrosion Prognostics)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

(Corrosion Division H. H. Uhlig Award Address) Advanced Experimental and Modelling Approaches to Understand and Predict Better Corrosion of Metals – H. Terryn (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Delft University of Technology) (Corrosion Division Morris Cohen Graduate Student Award Address) Novel Insights into the Corrosion of Magnesium Alloys: An Appropriate use of Statistical Analysis in Magnesium Alloy Corrosion – M. Esmaily, J. E. Svensson, and L. G. Johansson (Chalmers University of Technology)

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(Invited) High Strength and Corrosion Resistant Light Alloys Via High-Energy Ball Milling – R. K. Gupta and J. Esquivel (The University of Akron) New Method for Monitoring Hydrogen Evolution of Magnesium Alloys Under Atmospheric Exposure – M. Strebl and S. Virtanen (FAU, Institute of Surface Science and Corrosion) An Svet Study of the Localised Corrosion of ZE20 Mg Alloy in Chloride Containing Electrolyte – C. F. Glover (Swansea University), J. Kish (McMaster University), and G. Williams (Swansea University) The Localised Corrosion Behaviour of Magnesium-Germanium Alloys Studied Using a Scanning Vibrating Electrode Technique – G. Williams, C. F. Glover (Swansea University), T. Liu, N. Birbilis (Monash University), and H. N. McMurray (Swansea University) Improving the Corrosion Behavior of Magnesium-based Metal Matrix Composites – M. Esmaily, J. E. Svensson, and L. G. Johansson (Chalmers University of Technology) Effect of CO2 on Surface Film Formation in Magnesium-Aluminum Alloys – S. Cantonwine and R. Buchheit (The Ohio State University) Experiment-Supported Model Development for Data Treatment of Diffusion and Activation Limited Polarization Curves of Magnesium and Steel Alloys – L. Stephens, S. C. Perry (McGill University), R. Lacasse (Institut de recherche d’Hydro-Québec), and J. Mauzeroll (McGill University)

State-of-the-Art Surface Analytical Techniques in Corrosion 3: In Honor of Hugh Isaacs

Corrosion / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Camelia 3, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Honoring Hugh Isaacs and his Contributions to Corrosion – 15:30 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Dev Chidambaram and Philippe Marcus 15:30 15:35 15:40 741

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Welcoming Remarks Hugh Isaacs: a corroder, mentor and a friend . (Invited) In-Situ X-Ray Spectro-Microscopy of Nanoscale Materials Systems – A. E. Goode, M. Koronfel, M. A. Gomez Gonzalez (Imperial College London), P. Quinn (Diamond Light Source Ltd.), J. N. Weker (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, USA), A. E. Porter (Imperial College London), M. F. Toney (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory), and M. P. Ryan (Imperial College London)

Scanning and Imaging Techniques – 16:20 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Jamie Noel and Paul M. Natishan 16:20

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Electrochemical Scanning Tunnelling Microscopy Study of Early Stages of Intergranular Corrosion of Copper – P. Marcus (CNRS - Chimie ParisTech), M. Bettayeb (Chimie ParisTech), L. Klein (CNRS-ChimieParisTech), L. Lapeire (Ghent University, Dpt Materials Science and Engineering), K. Verbeken (University of Gent, Dpt Materials Science and Engineering), and V. Maurice (CNRS-ChimieParisTech) Assessment of Galvanic Throwing Power of an Mgrp on Pretreated AA2024-T351: Spatial Mapping of the Galvanic Current Using the Scanning Vibrating Electrode Technique – C. F. Glover (Swansea University), B. Kannan (University of Virginia), G. Williams, H. N. McMurray (Swansea University), and J. R. Scully (University of Virginia) The Scanning Kelvin Probe As a Non Destructive Evaluation Tool for Monitoring the Degradation of Urethane-Epoxy Coating Systems – D. C. Hansen and D. Borth (University of Dayton Research Institute) Spatially Resolved Mapping of Hydrogen Permeation with a Novel in-Situ Scanning Kelvin Probe (SKP) Based Setup – C. H. Wu, W. Krieger, and M. Rohwerder (Max-PlanckInstitut für Eisenforschung GmbH) Stress Generation Accompanying Intergranular Corrosion of X70 Steel – A. Ashehri, D. Yavas, P. Mishra, P. Shrotriya (Iowa State University), A. Bastawros (Dept. of Aerospace Engineering, Iowa State University), and K. Hebert (Iowa State University)

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Introductory Remarks (Olin Palladium Award of the Electrochemical Society Address) Corrosion Mechanisms at the Atomic or Nanometric Scale – P. Marcus (PSL Research University, IRCP)

Coatings and Inhibitors

Corrosion Camelia 3, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Coatings and Inhibitors III – 09:00 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Hamilton Neil McMurray and Ingrid Milosev 09:00

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Superhydrophobic Coatings on Aluminium Based on Carboxylic Acids – I. Milosev, T. Bakaric, P. Rodic (Jozef Stefan Institute), S. Zanna (CNRS-Chimie ParisTech), A. Seyeux (CNRS – Chimie ParisTech), M. Poberznik (Jozef Stefan Institute), P. Cornette, D. Costa (CNRS-Chimie ParisTech), A. Kokalj (Jozef Stefan Institute), and P. Marcus (CNRS Chimie ParisTech) Anodizing with Simultaneous Silanization for Hidrophobicity Enhancement and Corrosion Protection of Aluminum Alloys – P. Atz Dick, Y. Rátiva Melo, T. Vignoli Machado, M. Cipolatto da Rosa, and L. F. P. Dick (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul)

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Non Toxic Functional Hydrophobic Anticorrosion and Antifouling Coating for Application in Marine Structures – P. Sumalatha Devi (Alagappa Chettiar College of Engineering and Technology), S. S. Sreejakumari, S. Gouthami (CECRI), and E. Arumugam (Alagappa Chettiyar College of Engineering and Technology) 10:00 790 Effect of Passive Film on Corrosion Behavior of Passivated Electroless Ni-P Coating – C. Sun (University of Alberta), M. Leitch (RGL Reservoir Management Inc.), H. Zeng, and J. L. Luo (University of Alberta) 10:20 791 Improving Corrosion Resistance of Carbon Steel with Nitrogen Solid Solution Layer – A. Chiba, A. Nagataki, and T. Nishimura (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)) 10:40 Intermission 11:00 792 Malic-Sulfuric Acid Anodizing of AA 2024 Compared to Other Dicarboxilic-Sulfuric Acid Anodizing Processes – L. F. P. Dick, G. Knörnschild, P. Atz Dick, and T. Vignoli Machado (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul) 11:20 793 A Novel Inhibitor for L921A Alloy Steel in a 3.5 % NaCl Solution – X. Yong, Z. Chen, L. Zhou, L. Jiang, and R. Chen (Beijing University of Chemical Technology) 11:40 794 1st Cut Spent Pot Liner-Modified Epoxy Coatings for C-Steel – E. J. Thekkethottiyil (Qatar University) and A. M. Abdullah (Qatar University, Center for Advanced Materials, Qatar University) 12:00 795 Impedance Analysis of Constant-PhaseElement Behavior of Heavy-Duty Coating for Evaluating Its Aging Degradation – K. Tokutake, H. Nishi (National Research Institute of Fire and Disaster), and S. Okazaki (High pressure institute of Japan) 12:20 796 Effect of Relative Humidity on Crack Growth Mechanism of Hot Dip Galvanized Steel in Atmospheric Environment – K. Hasegawa, M. Morita, and S. Motoda (Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology)

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Corrosion Monitoring of Reinforcing Bar in Concrete Under Different Corrosive Environments – H. Katayama, M. Yamada, K. Doi (National Institute for Materials Science), Y. Hoshi (Tokyo University of Science), I. Shitanda (PIRC), and M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science) Dielectric Property of Concrete Investigated By EIS – C. Hasegawa, T. Okamoto, H. Tokieda, Y. Hoshi, I. Shitanda, M. Itagaki, and Y. Kato (Tokyo University of Science)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

Study on Corrosion Inhibition of Reinforcing Steel in Simulated Concrete Pore Solutions By Scanning Microelectrode Technique – X. P. Wang (Xiamen University), Z. C. Guan (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University), H. P. Wang, X. Wang (Xiamen University), and R. G. Du (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University) Inhibition Performance of Cetyltrimethylammonium Bromide Against Reinforcing Steel Corrosion in Simulated Concrete Pore Solutions – R. G. Du, Z. C. Guan, Y. B. Gao (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University), H. P. Wang, and X. Wang (Xiamen University)

D01 Semiconductors, Dielectrics, and Metals for Nanoelectronics 15: In Memory of Samares Kar Dielectric Science and Technology Chesapeake D, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Interfaces Engineering – 08:30 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Shinichi Takagi and Koji Kita 08:30

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C05 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Masayuki Itagaki and Mark E Orazem •

(Invited) Nanostructure Design for Control of Phonon and Electron Transports – Y. Nakamura and K. Watanabe (Osaka Univeristy) (Invited) Modifying Silicon/Dielectric & Silicon/Metal Interfaces Using Sub-2 Nm Pt Nanoparticles – S. Gangopadhyay (University of Missouri-Columbia), S. Mukherjee, H. Zheng (University of Missouri), and K. Gangopadhyay (University of MissouriColumbia) Break (Invited) Interface Engineering of High-k Dielectrics and Metal Contacts for High Performance Top-gated MoS2 FETs – S. Bhattacharjee (Indian Institute of Science), K. L. Ganapathi (CeNSE,Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India), S. Mohan (Indian Institute of Science), and N. Bhat (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India) (Invited) MOS Interface Defect Control in Ge/III-V Gate Stacks – S. Takagi, M. Ke, C. Y. Chang, C. Yokoyama, M. Yokoyama, T. Gotow, K. Nishi, S. Yoon, and M. Takenaka (The University of Tokyo) (Invited) Interface Engineering for Nanoelectronics – C. A. Hacker, R. C. Bruce, and S. Pookpanratana (National Institute of Standards and Technology) (Invited) Interface Control of Advanced Electronic Devices  -High-k/Metal Gate System and Magnetic Tunneling Junction – M. Niwa, S. Sato, and T. Endoh (CIES, Tohoku University) (Invited) Interface Defects Related to Threshold-Voltage Instability in C-Face 4H-SiC Mosfets: An Electrically-DetectedMagnetic-Resonance Study – T. Umeda (Institute of Applied Physics, University of Tsukuba), M. Okamoto, H. Yoshioka (Advanced Power Electronics Research Center, AIST), G. W. Kim, S. Ma, R. Arai, Y. Kagoyama (University of Tsukuba), T. Makino, T. Ohshima (Takasaki Advanced Radiation Research Institute, QST), and S. Harada (Advanced Power Electronics Research Center, AIST) 113

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(Invited) Properties of Metal/High-k Oxide/Graphene Structures – O. Engstrom (University of Siegen, AMO GmbH), M. C. Lemme (AMO GmbH, RWTH Aachen University), and O. Habibpour (Chalmers University) (Invited) Probing Dopants in 2H MoS2 Crystals and 2D Layers by Electron Paramagnetic Resonance: Identification and Quantification – A. Stesmans, S. Iacovo, B. Schoenaers, M. Houssa, and V. V. Afanas’ev (University of Leuven) (Invited) Internal Photoemission of Electrons from 2-Dimensional Semiconductors – V. V. Afanas’ev (KU Leuven), D. Chiappe, A. Leonhardt (imec), M. Houssa (University of Leuven), C. Huyghebaert (Imec vzw), I. Radu (imec), and A. Stesmans (University of Leuven) Break (Invited) Impact of Gate Dielectrics on the Threshold Voltage in MoS2 Transistors – T. Knobloch, G. Rzepa (Institute for Microelectronics, TU Wien), Y. Y. Illarionov (Institute for Microelectronics, TU Wien, Ioffe Physical-Technical Institute), M. Waltl (Institute for Microelectronics, TU Wien), D. Polyushkin, A. Pospischil, M. Furchi, T. Mueller (Institute for Photonics, TU Wien), and T. Grasser (Institute for Microelectronics) (Invited) Resonant Interlayer Tunneling in 2D Van Der Waals-Materials-Based ChannelDielectric-Channel Systems and Possible Device and Circuit Applications – L. F. Register II, G. W. Burg, C. M. Corbet, B. Fallahazad, S. Kang, K. Kim, S. Larentis, K. Lee, O. Mohammed, X. Mou, H. C. P. Movva, N. Prasad, D. Reddy, A. Valsaraj, X. Wu (The University of Texas at Austin), S. K. Banerjee (University of Texas, Austin), E. Tutuc (The University of Texas at Austin), N. Sharma, Q. Wang, M. Kim, A. Marshall (The University of Texas at Dallas), J. Xue (Shanghai Technical University), T. Taniguchi, K. Watanabe (National Institute of Materials Science), and L. Colombo (Texas Instruments Incorporated) (Invited) Investigation of Critical Interfaces in Few-Layer MoS2 Field Effect Transistors with High-k Dielectrics – C. D. Young, P. Bolshakov, P. Zhao, C. Smyth, A. Khosravi (University of Texas at Dallas), P. K. Hurley (Tyndall and Dept. of Chemistry University College Cork), C. L. Hinkle, and R. M. Wallace (University of Texas at Dallas)

Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Michel Houssa, Durgamadhab Misra and Dolf Landheer •

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Electrical Characteristics of Dual Layered Tunnel Barrier with High Speed and Good Retention for Charge Trap Flash Memory – J. H. Choi and I. S. Jung (Sungkyunkwan University)

Fundamentals of Electrochemical Growth from UPD to Microstructures 4 Electrodeposition Chesapeake H, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Electrodeposition of Thin Films - Metals and Metal Oxides – 08:00 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Stanko R Brankovic, Philippe Allongue and Natasa Vasiljevic 08:00

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(Invited) Electrodeposition at Solid and Liquid Electrodes: In Operando Surface X-Ray Scattering Studies of the Atomic-Scale Structure Evolution – O. M. Magnussen (University Kiel) (Invited) Epitaxial Lift-Off of Flexible and Transparent Single-Crystal Gold Foils from Silicon Wafers – J. A. Switzer (Missouri University of Science and Technology) Electrodeposition of Metals and Metal Oxides into Nanoporous Gold – A. A. El-Zoka, A. G. Carcea, M. Ghaznavi, and R. C. Newman (University of Toronto) Break (Invited) Characterisation of Metal Deposition and Metal Dissolution Processes in Deep Eutectic Solvents Using Electrochemical, Gravimetric and Neutron Scattering Methods – K. S. Ryder, A. R. Hillman, E. J. R. Palin, H. Al-Esary, R. Sapstead (University of Leicester), J. A. Juma (Koya University, Koya), E. L. Smith (Nottingham Trent University), V. Ferreira (Universidade de Lisboa), N. J. Steinke, R. Dalgliesh (STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory), R. Barker (Institut Laue Langevin, University of Dundee), and A. D. Ballantyne (Imperial College, London) (Invited) Novel in-Situ Operando X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy Techniques for the Characterization of the Electrochemical Growth of Metal Oxides – F. Di Benedetto (Department of earth sciences - University of Florence), E. Berretti (Department of Chemistry - University of Florence), A. Giaccherini (Department of chemistry - University of Florence), W. Giurlani (Department of Chemistry - University of Florence), M. Innocenti (CNR-ICCOM, Department of Chemistry - University of Florence), A. Lavacchi (CNR-ICCOM), and G. Montegrossi (CNR-IGG) An Ex-Situ Study of Epitaxial Growth of Nickle on Copper Substrate in Electrodeposition – Y. C. Huang, Y. C. Hou, L. Chang (National Sun Yat-Sen University), and T. Yan (Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter) Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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Electrodeposition of Nickel on Titanium in Aqueous Acidic Electrolytes – M. Jensen, G. M. Haarberg, F. Seland, S. Sunde (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), and A. P. Ratvik (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry) Electrodeposition Though Polyelectrolyte Layers: Control of Interfacial Reaction, Deposition Rate, and Morphology of Deposited Thin Films – K. Akamatsu, R. Fujiwara, Y. Takashima, T. Tsuruoka (FIRST, Konan University), Y. Sato, H. Iisaka, J. Murai, M. Hiraoka, and H. Yanagimoto (Toyota Motor Corporation) Tuning Electrodeposition Conditions Towards the Formation of Smooth Bi2Se3 Thin Films – P. B. Souza (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina), M. A. Tumelero (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul), G. Zangari (University of Virginia), and A. A. Pasa (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina)

Stress in Electrodeposited Films and Nanostructures – 14:00 – 17:00 Co-Chairs: Gery R. Stafford and Natasa Vasiljevic 14:00

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(Invited) Stress in Electrodeposited Ni and Cu: Understanding the Effects of Deposition Conditions and Microstructure – E. Chason, Z. Rao, and A. Engwall (Brown University School of Engineering) (Invited) Interpretation of Certain Features of the Interface Stress Vs. Electrode Potential Curves of Gold with the Help of Dual Dynamic Voltammetry – G. G. Lang, N. Kovacs (Eotvos Lorand University, Institute of Chemistry), Z. Dankhazi (Eotvos Lorand University, Institute of Physics), S. Vesztergom, and M. Ujvari (Eotvos Lorand University, Institute of Chemistry) In-Situ Measurements of Stress during Electrodeposition of Copper Nanofilms: Effects of Deposition Rate and Grain Size – D. N. Buckley, J. A. Murphy, C. Lenihan (Department of Physics, University of Limerick, Bernal Institute, University of Limerick, Ireland), E. Chason (Brown University School of Engineering), and R. P. Lynch (Department of Physics, University of Limerick, Bernal Institute, University of Limerick, Ireland) Intermission Dynamic Stress Analysis Applied to the Underpotential Deposition of Copper Onto (111)-Textured Au – G. R. Stafford and U. Bertocci (National Institute of Standards and Technology) (Invited) Role of Stress Induced By Anion Incorporation in Formation of Porous Anodic Alumina Films – Q. Dou (Iowa State University), Q. Van Overmeere (Université catholique de Louvain), S. Ide, P. Mishra, P. Shrotriya, and K. Hebert (Iowa State University)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center E01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Oxygen Reduction Reaction As the Essential Process for Cathodic Electrodeposition of Metal Oxide Thin Films – H. Sun (Yamagata University), J. Zhang (Tianjin Normal University), L. Sun, A. Masuhara (Yamagata University), M. S. White (University of Vermont), A. Khosla, and T. Yoshida (Yamagata University) Development of Environmentally Conscious Electrodeposition Process “Solid Electrodeposition (SED)” – H. Yanagimoto, M. Hiraoka, Y. Sato, H. Iisaka, J. Murai (Toyota Motor Corporation), M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science), and K. Akamatsu (FIRST, Konan University) Morphological and Compositional Study of Cu2s Grown By Means of E-ALD on Ag(111) – A. Giaccherini (Department of chemistry - University of Florence), M. Innocenti (CNR-ICCOM, Department of Chemistry University of Florence), F. Russo, E. Salvietti (Department of chemistry - University of Florence), E. Berretti (Department of Chemistry - University of Florence), M. Passaponti (Department of chemistry University of Florence), A. Lavacchi (CNRICCOM), G. Montegrossi (CNR-IGG), and F. Di Benedetto (Department of earth sciences - University of Florence) Color Measurements and Development in Electroplating Trades – W. Giurlani (Department of Chemistry - University of Florence), S. Freschi (Freschi & Vangelisti srl), A. De Luca, A. Giaccherini (Department of chemistry - University of Florence), and M. Innocenti (CNR-ICCOM) Mass Transfer Mechanisms in Solid Electro Deposition – Y. Narui, Y. Hoshi, I. Shitanda, M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science), H. Yanagimoto, M. Hiraoka, and H. Iisaka (Toyota Motor Corporation) Electrodeposition and Characterization of Thin Film of Black-Gold – E. Piciollo, C. Picchi (Lem srl Socio Unico), A. Ceccarini (Department of chemistry - University of Pisa.), E. Salvietti, A. De Luca (Department of chemistry - University of Florence), F. Di Benedetto (Department of earth sciences - University of Florence), S. Caporali (Department of engineering - University of Florence), and M. Innocenti (CNR-ICCOM) Two-Dimensional Semiconductors Thin Films of MoS2 and MoSe2 on Ag(111) – E. Salvietti, M. Vizza, A. Giaccherini, M. Passaponti (Department of chemistry - University of Florence), E. Piciollo (Lem srl Socio Unico), F. Di Benedetto (Department of earth sciences - University of Florence), M. Cavallini (CNR, Istituto per lo studio dei materiali nanostutturati), and M. Innocenti (CNRICCOM) In-Situ observation of Cu Electrodeposition and Dissolution Behavior By Video-AFM – T. Yoshioka, H. Matsushima, and M. Ueda (Hokkaido University) 115

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Electrochemical Behavior of Silver Electrodeposition Using Gel Electrolyte – H. Sato, Y. Hoshi, I. Shitanda, M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science), and M. Tagaya (Yoshino Denka Kogyo, Inc.) A Novel Electrochemical Method for Analysis of Thin Metal Films and Bilayers for Application in the PCB Industry – E. J. R. Palin, K. S. Ryder, A. R. Hillman (University of Leicester), E. L. Smith (Nottingham Trent University), V. Ferreira (University of Leicester, Universidade de Lisboa), R. Sapstead (University of Leicester), N. J. Steinke (STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory), R. Barker (University of Dundee, Institut Laue Langevin), and R. Dalgliesh (STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory) Additional Approaches to Experimental Validation of the Phenomenon of Electrochemical Phase Formation in Metals Via a Supercooled Liquid State Stage – O. B. Girin (Ukrainian State University of Chemical Technology) Electrodeposition of Manganese Thin Films from Choline Chloride/Urea Based Ionic Liquids – W. D. Sides and Q. Huang (The University of Alabama)

Electrochemical Science and Engineering on the Path from Discovery to Product Electrodeposition / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Chesapeake G, Gaylord National Resort and C onvention Center

Oral Session 1 – 08:30 – 12:15 Co-Chairs: D. T. Schwartz and L. T. Romankiw 08:30 08:35 945 08:55

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Welcoming Remarks Cost of Renewable Energy – J. Newman (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) From Designing and Characterizing Multifunctional Nanoarchitectures to Commercializing Zinc Sponge–Based Alkaline Batteries That Refuse to Launch Dendrites – D. R. Rolison, J. W. Long, and J. F. Parker (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory) Battery Technology as Applied to Thermal Insulation – D. Scherson, A. J. J. Jebaraj, J. Xu (Case Western Reserve University), Z. Feng (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and N. S. Georgescu (Case Western Reserve University, Department of Chemistry) Manufacture of Copper Foils for the Current Collector of Lithium-Ion Batteries By Electrochemical Deposition – C. C. Lin (National Tsing Hua Univesity) and C. C. Hu (National Tsing Hua University) Hybrid Electrolytes for Lithium Batteries – N. P. Balsara (University of California Berkeley) Intermission Electroreduction of Carbon Dioxide to Syngas: From Concept to Pilot Plant – P. J. A. Kenis (Int Inst for Carbon-Neutral Energy Research (WPI-I2CNER), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) Perspectives on Computational Analysis of Electrocatalysis: Stability and Activity Considerations in Catalyst Screening – J. Greeley (Purdue University)

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The Critical Role of Supporting Electrolyte Selection on Flow Battery Cost – M. L. Perry (United Technologies Research Center), J. D. Milshtein (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), R. M. Darling (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, UTRC), J. A. Drake (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and F. R. Brushett (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Quantifying and Understanding Mass Transfer in Redox Flow Batteries – J. D. Milshtein (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), K. Tenny (University of Kansas), J. L. Barton (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), J. A. Drake (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), R. M. Darling (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, UTRC), and F. R. Brushett (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) The Washington Clean Energy Testbeds: An Open Access Facility for Accelerating the Translation of Discovery to Product – D. T. Schwartz (University of Washington)

Oral Session 2 – 14:00 – 18:20 Co-Chairs: Richard Alkire and L. T. Romankiw 14:00 14:20 955 14:40

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Introductory Remarks Discovery to Product – an Engineer’s Perspective – D. T. Mah (Self) The Study of Complexed Copper(II) Ion and Its Application for Electroless Copper Deposition – H. M. Chang and W. P. Dow (National Chung Hsing University) Electrodeposition of NiPd Alloy in Alkaline Ni2+ – Pd2+ – Cl– – NH3 – H2O System – K. Mech (AGH University of Science and Technology), J. P. Chopart (Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne), M. Wrobel (AGH University of Sceince and Technology), P. Zabinski, and K. Szacilowski (AGH University of Science and Technology) Anodic MnO2 deposition on Titanium Electrode Coated with Thermally Prepared Manganese Oxide – Y. Yoshida, K. Kawaguchi, and M. Morimitsu (Doshisha University) Impedance-Based Characterization of Raw Materials Used in Electrochemical Manufacturing   – M. E. Orazem (University of Florida) and D. P. Riemer (TDK) Break Electrochemical Atomic Layer Deposition: Self-Terminated Electrodeposition Reactions – T. P. Moffat, Y. Liu, S. H. Ahn, N. L. Ritzert, R. Wang, E. Gillette (NIST), D. Gokcen (National Institute of Standards and Technology), H. Tan (NIST, Gaithersburg, MD, USA), C. Hangarter (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), L. Bendersky (NIST), U. Bertocci (National Institute of Standards and Technology), and H. You (Argonne National Laboratory)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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Control of Magnetism with Electrochemical Potential – P. Allongue (CNRS-Ecole polytechnique), F. Maroun (CNRS-Ecole Polytechnique), A. Lamirand (Diamond Light Source), N. Tournerie (ECAM Rennes), N. Di (CNRS-Ecole Polytechnique), and R. L. Novak (Federal University of Santa Catarina (Brazil)) Fabrication and Preparation of Micro-Coaxial Wires: Electrodeposition of Conductive Shields – S. C. Barron, P. Sricharoenchaikit, D. A. Torres, G. Romano, R. H. Morrison, A. P. Magyar, H. Zhang, and C. L. Gray (Draper Laboratory) Light Assisted Electrodeposition for Silicon Solar Cell Copper Metallization – Q. Huang (The University of Alabama) The Effect of Levelers on Plating through Holes of a PCB By Using Reduced Graphene Oxide (rGO) As a Conducting Layer – I. H. Chang and W. P. Dow (National Chung Hsing University) Concluding Remarks

Electrochemical Processing from Non-aqueous Solvents

Electrochemical Engineering General Session

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center F01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Electrodeposition Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

E04 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Jan Fransaer, Yasuhiro Fukunaka, Andrew P. Abbott and Philip N. Bartlett •

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Electrochemical Nucleation and Growth of Metals in Molten Salts – Y. Suzuki, M. Yokota, Y. Sakanaka, Y. Fukunaka, and T. Goto (Doshisha University) Pulse Electrodeposition Synthesis and Characterization of Sns Thin Films Obtained from Dimethyl Sulfoxide Solutions – A. E. Burgos Bravo (Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Valparaíso), R. Schrebler (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso), and H. Gomez (Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Valparaíso) High-Speed Observation of Electrolytic Deposition of Liquid Lithium Droplets in LiCl-KCl Melt – S. Natsui, T. Sudo, T. Kikuchi, and R. O. Suzuki (Hokkaido University) Effect of Magnetic Field on Al Electrodeposition in Ionic Liquid – H. Takahashi, H. Matsushima, and M. Ueda (Hokkaido University) Removal of Ca and K from Metallic Na in NaTFSI-TEATFSI Ionic Liquids Using an Exchange Reaction – S. Mizukami, H. Matsushima, and M. Ueda (Hokkaido University)

F02

Electrochemical Separations

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Chesapeake 12, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Gas or Solid Separation – 08:25 – 10:20 Co-Chairs: Hui Xu and Peter N. Pintauro 08:25 08:30 1022

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Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

High Capacitive Magnate Oxide Grafted Graphene Oxide Film with Different Degree of Reduction for the Metallic Ions Removal Analysis By Using Capacitive Desalination Techniques – D. J. Blackwood and Y. Gui (National University of Singapore) Formation Mechanisms of Needles in Porous Silicon Based Needle-like Surfaces – S. Keshavarzi (Furtwangen University /Freiburg University), U. Mescheder (Furtwangen University), and H. Reinecke (Freiburg Univeristy and Schölly Fiberoptic GmbH) Fabrication of High-Stability Solid-State Receiver Electrodes in Exploration System for Detecting High-Resistive Gas Hydrates – C. S. Kuo, H. T. Peng, and J. Y. Lin (Department of Chemical Engineering, Tatung University) Electrophoretic Deposition of Titanium Nitride Onto 316 Stainless Steel As a Bipolar Plate for Fuel Cell Application – D. Lee, E. Lee, J. Yoon, B. Keith, T. S. Oh (Auburn University), S. P. Woo (Yonsei University), Y. S. Yoon (Gachon University), and D. J. Kim (Auburn University) Effects of Thermal Treatments on Compact and Nanotubular Anodic Films on Titanium – A. Gomez Sanchez, M. Desimone, and S. Ceré (INTEMA) Electrochemical Ammonia Synthesis Via Nitrogen Reduction Under Mild Conditions – B. Sheets and G. G. Botte (Ohio University)

Welcoming Remarks (Invited) PBI Membrane Development for Fuel Cells and Electrochemical Separations – A. T. Pingitore, G. Qian (University of South Carolina), T. R. Garrick (General Motors), C. H. Wilkins, J. W. Weidner, and B. C. Benicewicz (University of South Carolina) A Self-Forming Membrane for Advanced Electrochemistry-Based CO2 Capture – K. Huang (University of South Carolina) Hydrogen Isotope Separation By Using Alkaline Fuel Cell – R. Ogawa, H. Matsushima, M. Ueda (Hokkaido University), and R. Dawson (Lancaster University) Innovative Separation Technology for Lithium-6 Enrichment Using Electrodialysis with Lithium Ionic Superconductor – T. Hoshino (Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology) Intermission

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Liquid Separation I – 10:20 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Meagan Mauter and Hui Xu 10:20

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(Invited) Assessing Impacts of Material Chemistry and Operation Strategies on Capacitive Deionization Energy Consumption and Cost – S. M. Hand (University of Illinois) and R. D. Cusick (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) Shock Electrodialysis As an Aqueous Separation Platform – K. M. Conforti, S. Schlumpberger, and M. Z. Bazant (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Investigation on the Performance of Electrolytic Processing of Kraft Pulping Black Liquor – J. N. Cloutier, J. Paris (Ecole polytechnique de Montréal), O. Savadogo (École Polytechnique de Montréal), M. Perrier (École Polytechnique Montréal,Montréal,QC,Canada), R. Labrecque, and P. Champagne (HydroQuébec) Water Desalination Via Hybrid Capacitive Deionization with Tunnel Manganese Oxides As Redox Active Electrodes – B. Byles and E. Pomerantseva (Drexel University)

Liquid Separation II – 13:55 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Jay Whitacre and Hui Xu

Tuesday, October 3

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Introductory Remarks (Invited) The Promise and Challenges of Using Selective Ion Insertion Electrodes for Water Deionization – S. Shanbhag, Y. Bootwala, J. Whitacre, and M. Mauter (Carnegie Mellon University) (Invited) Using Intercalation Compounds for Electrochemical Water Desalination – K. C. Smith (University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign) (Invited) Capacitive Deionization of High-Salinity Water Using Ion-Exchange Membranes – K. Tang, Y. H. Kim, S. Yiacoumi (Georgia Institute of Technology), and C. Tsouris (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Georgia Institute of Technology) Water Desalination By Pseudocapacitive Deionization – T. Kim, C. A. Gorski, and B. E. Logan (The Pennsylvania State University)

F03

Electrochemical Conversion of Biomass

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Energy Technology / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

F03 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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15th International Symposium on Semiconductor Cleaning Science and Technology (SCST 15) Electronics and Photonics Chesapeake I, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Introductory Remarks – 08:30 – 08:40 Co-Chairs: Takeshi Hattori and Jerzy Ruzyllo 08:30

Introductory Remarks

Ge, SiGe, and III-V Surface Conditioning and Etching – 08:40 – 11:50 Co-Chairs: Anthony J. Muscat and Kenta Arima 08:40

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Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center F02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Chair: Hui Xu • 1034 Sodium Titanium Phosphate As Cation Insertion Electrode for Electrochemical Separation Systems – Y. Bootwala, S. Shanbhag, J. Whitacre, and M. Mauter (Carnegie Mellon University)

Kinetic Modeling of Bio-Oil Conversion By Electrocatalytic Hydrogenation and Deoxygenation – S. Das and C. M. Saffron (Michigan State University)

(Invited) Reactivity of Water Vapor with Ultrathin GeO2/Ge and SiO2/Si Structures Investigated by Near-Ambient-Pressure X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy – K. Arima, T. Hosoi, H. Watanabe (Osaka University), and E. J. Crumlin (Advanced Light Source, LBNL) Study of SiGe Surface Cleaning – K. Komori (SCREEN Semiconductor Solutions Co., Ltd), K. Wostyn (imec), D. Rondas, J. L. Prado, T. Conard (imec vzw), R. Loo (imec, Belgium), L. Å. Ragnarsson (imec), N. Horiguchi (imec, Belgium), and F. Holsteyns (imec) Coffee Break Stability of SiGe(100) Surfaces after Ammonium Sulfide Passivation – S. L. Heslop, L. Peckler, and A. J. Muscat (University of Arizona) The Impact of Dummy Gate Processing on Si-Cap-Free SiGe Passivation: A Physical Characterization Study on Strained Sige 25% and 45% – K. Wostyn, L. Å. Ragnarsson, T. Schram (imec), L. Witters (imec, Belgium), T. Conard (IMEC), B. Douhard (imec, Belgium), D. Vanhaeren, F. Holsteyns (imec), W. Vandervorst (KU Leuven, IMEC), and N. Horiguchi (imec) (Invited) Speciation during Wet Etching of III-V Semiconductors – A. Hinckley, E. Foster, T. Corley, and A. J. Muscat (University of Arizona) Environmental Impact and Speciation Analysis of Chemical Mechanical Planarization (CMP) Waste Following GaAs Polishing – S. Crawford and S. Aravamudhan (North Carolina A&T State University)

Photoresist and Dry Etch Residue Removal – 14:00 – 15:40 Co-Chairs: Koichiro Saga and Richard E Novak 14:00

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Thermally Activated Gas-Phase Chemical Reactions in a Single-Wafer Wet Clean Process – M. N. Kawaguchi, J. Zhu, C. Fischer, X. Man, B. Bandarapu, and S. Kon (Lam Research Corporation) Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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Nearly Anhydrous Undissociated HF for the Removal of Hf / Ta / Zr Based Polymers after Plasma Etch Selectively to Aluminum – M. Cazes (Technic France), L. Broussous, P. Garnier (STMicroelectronics), C. Pizzetti (Technic France), P. Besson (Univ. Grenoble Alpes), and L. Gabette (CEA-LETI MINATEC) Characterization of Ammonium Silicate Residue during Polysilazane (PSZ) Dry Etching in NF3/ H2O Gas Chemistry – H. T. Kim, M. S. Kim (Hanyang University), J. S. Lee, G. M. Choi (SK Hynix Semiconductor Inc), and J. G. Park (Hanyang University) Break

Wet Etching and Contamination Removal – 15:40 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: Paul W Mertens and Anthony J. Muscat 15:40

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Nickel Contamination from Caustic Etching of Silicon Wafer – D. Sinha (Self) Study of Copper Surface Preparation By Sequential Atomic Layer Wet Etching and Laser Annealing Treatments – A. Iwasaki, Y. Akanishi (SCREEN Semiconductor Solutions Co., Ltd.), F. Mazzamuto (SCREEN-LASSE, Gennevilliers, France), E. Kesters, Q. T. Le, and F. Holsteyns (imec) Reduced Anisotropy in Tetramethylammonium Hydroxide Based Silicon Etchants – G. Westwood and C. P. S. Hsu (Avantor) Modification of DHF for Removal of Metals from Silicon Wafer – D. H. Lee, H. J. Song (Hanyang university), S. H. Jang, H. T. Kim (Hanyang University), E. S. Choi, J. H. Yi (LG Siltron), and J. G. Park (Hanyang University) Electrolyzed Water for Selective Etching of Metals – P. Laboureur, A. K. Neelsen (CONDIAS GmbH), G. Zwicker (FraunhoferInstitut für Siliziumtechnologie), and M. Fryda (CONDIAS GmbH)

Atomic Layer Deposition Applications 13

Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology Chesapeake L, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

ALD for Energy Storage / Batteries – 08:00 – 10:40 Chair: Christophe Detavernier 08:00

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Atomic Layer Deposition Lithium Fluoride As Coatings for Lithium-Ion Batteries – L. Chen, J. W. Elam (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Argonne National Laboratory), and J. A. Libera (Argonne National Laboratory) Insights Towards Mitigated Mn Dissolution through Structure-Sensitive Al2O3 Film Nucleation on LiMn2O4 By Atomic Layer Deposition – R. Warburton (Purdue University), L. Chen, M. Voeroes, H. Iddir (Argonne National Laboratory), K. S. Chen (Northwestern University), J. Liberia (Argonne National Laboratory), M. C. Hersam (Northwestern University), L. A. Curtiss, J. W. Elam (Argonne National Laboratory), and J. Greeley (Purdue University)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

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Exploring Electrochemical Energy Storage of SnO2, Sn3N4, and SnOxNy through Ald – D. M. Stewart, A. Pearse (University of Maryland), K. Gregorczyk (University of Maryland, College Park), and G. W. Rubloff (Institute for Systems Research) Molecular Layer Deposition for Applications in Lithium-Ion Batteries – K. Van de Kerckhove, F. Mattelaer, J. Dendooven, and C. Detavernier (Ghent University) Conformal Vanadium Oxides Beyond Crystalline V2O5 As High Energy Density 3D Thin-Film Electrodes for LithiumIon Batteries – F. Mattelaer, K. Geryl, T. Dobbelaere, G. Rampelberg, J. Dendooven, and C. Detavernier (Ghent University) (Invited) Enabling New Domains of Energy Storage through Atomic Layer Deposition – G. W. Rubloff (Department of Materials Science and Engineering) Break

Alternative ALD and Diagnostics – 10:40 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Chanyuan Liu and J. W. Elam 10:40

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Digital Doping of ALD VO2 for Thermochromic Applications – A. C. Kozen, M. Currie (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), K. L. Jungjohann (Sandia National Laboratories), B. P. Downey, C. R. Eddy, Jr., and V. D. Wheeler (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory) Optimizing Process Parameters for Plasma Assisted Atomic Layer Deposition – D. R. Boris (U. S. Naval Research Laboratory), V. D. Wheeler (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), V. R. Anderson (ASEE Postdoctoral Fellow - residing at NRL), N. Nepal (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), S. G. Rosenberg, A. C. Kozen (ASEE Postdoctoral Fellow - residing at NRL), J. K. Hite, S. G. Walton, and C. R. Eddy Jr. (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory) Molecular layer deposition from dissolved precursors – J. Fichtner (Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nürnberg), Y. Wu (Friedrich-Alexander Universität ErlangenNurnberg), J. Hitzenberger, T. Drewello (Friedrich-Alexander University of ErlangenNürnberg), and J. Bachmann (FriedrichAlexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg) Reusable Sorbent for Oil Spill Cleanup Fabricated Using Sequential Infiltration Synthesis – J. W. Elam, J. R. Avila, E. F. Barry, S. B. Darling, J. A. Libera, and A. U. Mane (Argonne National Laboratory)

ALD for Solar Power – 14:00 – 15:00 Chair: Chanyuan Liu 14:00

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Hybrid Photoelectrochemical Systems Based on Self-Organized TiO2 Nanotubes ALD Coated with Chalcogenides – M. Krbal, F. Bures, R. Zazpe, J. Prikryl, F. Dvorak, H. Sopha, and J. M. Macak (University of Pardubice)

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Atomic Layer Deposition of NbC-Al2O3 Composite Films for Efficient Solar Selective Coatings – J. R. Avila (Argonne National Laboratory), A. Peters (Northwestern University), A. U. Mane, J. A. Libera, A. Yanguas-Gil (Argonne National Laboratory), O. Farha, J. T. Hupp (Northwestern University), and J. W. Elam (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research) Break

ALD Metal and Metalfluorides – 15:00 – 17:25 Co-Chairs: J. W. Elam and Fred Roozeboom 15:00

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(Invited) Atomic Layer Deposition of Cobalt, Nickel, and Iron Sulfides: Synthesis and Applications – X. Wang (School of Adv Mater, Shenzhen Grad School, Peking Univ) Interfaces Formed By ALD Metal Oxide Growth on Metal Layers – S. Aussen, K. Skaja, A. Hardtdegen, and S. Hoffmann-Eifert (PGI and JARA-Fit, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Germany) Atomic Layer Deposition of Nanoalloys of Noble and Non-noble Metals – R. K. Ramachandran, J. Dendooven (Ghent University), M. Filez (Utrecht University), V. V. Galvita, H. Poelman, E. Solano, M. M. Minjauw, G. B. Marin (Ghent University), and C. Detavernier (Department of Solid State Sciences, Ghent University) (Invited) ALD Metal Fluorides for Ultraviolet Filter and Reflective Coating Applications – J. Hennessy, A. Jewell, and S. Nikzad (Jet Propulsion Laboratory) Concluding Remarks

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Electronic and Photonic Materials and Characterization 2 – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Hiroshi Iwai and Yasuo Takahashi 10:00

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Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center G02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Interface Studies of III-V Semiconductors and Oxides with an In-Situ Spectroscopic Ultra-High Vacuum (UHV) System Capable of Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) and Atomic Layer Etch (ALEt) – T. J. Larrabee (Naval Research Laboratory, Sotera Defense Solutions at NRL) and S. M. Prokes (Naval Research Laboratory) Synthesis of ALD Iridium Thin Films on Silicon and Monel K-500 Steel Substrates – P. J. Oelslager (Old Dominion University) and H. Baumgart (Applied Research Center)

Electronic and Photonic Materials and Characterization 1 – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Chee-Wee Liu and Eddy Simoen 08:00

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(Invited) Impact of the Metal Gate on the Oxide Stack Quality Assessed by LowFrequency Noise – E. Simoen (imec), L. He (Xidian University), B. O’Sullivan (imec), A. Veloso (Imec), N. Horiguchi, N. Collaert (imec, Belgium), and C. Claeys (Imec)

(Invited) Processing and Characterization of High Density Si/Ge Quantum Dots for Electroluminescent Devices – S. Miyazaki, K. Yamada, K. Makihara, and M. Ikeda (Nagoya University) (Invited) Evaluation of Coupled Triple Quantum Dots with Compact Device Structure – Y. Takahashi, T. Uchida, A. TsurumakiFukuchi, M. Arita (Hokkaido University), and A. Fujiwara (NTT Basic Research Laboratories, NTT Corporation) Deep Level Assessment of n-Type Si/SiO2 Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor Capacitors with Embedded Ge Quantum Dots – M. Aouassa (LMON, Faculté des Sciences, Tunisia), H. Vrielinck (University of Gent, Belgium), and E. Simoen (imec) Substrate Effect on Light Emission of SSILEDs – S. Zhang, Y. Kuo (Texas A&M University), and X. Zhang (Xi’an Jiaotong University) Electrical Characteristics of Fluorine-Doped Zinc Oxynitride Thin-Film Transistors – H. D. Kim, J. H. Kim, and H. S. Kim (Chungnam National University)

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Semiconductor Process Integration 10 Electronics and Photonics Chesapeake C, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

(Invited) High-K Evolution: Subnanometer EOT Challenges and Future Perspectives for Scaling – H. Wong, J. Zhang (City University of Hong Kong), H. Iwai (National Chiao Tung University, Tokyo Institute of Technology), and K. Kakushima (Tokyo Institute of Technology) (Invited) Epitaxial Ge/GeSn High Mobility Channel Transistors – C. W. Liu (National Taiwan University, National Nano Device Laboratories), I. H. Wong, F. L. Lu, and Y. S. Huang (National Taiwan University) The Effect of Low Temperature Annealing on the Deactivation and Defect Formation in Highly Doped Si:P Epitaxially Grown Films – Z. Weinrich, D. L. Brown, A. Atassi (University of Florida), X. Li, S. Sharma, H. Chung (Applied Materials), and K. S. Jones (University of Florida) Break

(Invited) Conductive Polymer/Metal Composite for Filling of TSV – J. Kawakita and T. Chikyow (National Institute for Materials Science) (Invited) Sequential 3D Process Integration: Opportunities for Low Temperature Processing – S. Kerdilès, P. Acosta-Alba, B. Mathieu, M. Veillerot, H. Denis, F. Aussenac (CEALETI, Grenoble, France, Université Grenoble Alpes, Grenoble, France), F. Mazzamuto, I. Toque-Tresonne, K. Huet (SCREENLASSE, Gennevilliers, France), M. P. Samson (STMicroelectronics, Crolles, France), B. Previtali, L. Brunet, P. Batude, and C. Fenouillet-Beranger (CEA-LETI, Grenoble, France, Université Grenoble Alpes, Grenoble, France) Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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Three-Layered Stacking Process by Au/SiO2 Hybrid Bonding for 3D Structured Image Sensors – Y. Honda, M. Goto, T. Watabe, K. Hagiwara, 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) Topographic Complexities and Solutions for High Density BEOL MIM Capacitors – L. Cheng, S. Kakita, R. Fox, E. Motoyama, J. Lee, N. Azad, G. Hart, S. Ham, A. Sharma, F. Beaudoin, G. W. Zhang, E. G. de la Garza, P. Babighian, T. Wang, X. Yang, R. Augur, and T. J. Tang (GLOBALFOUNDRIES) Break

Novel Process-Patterning – 15:50 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: Seiichi Miyazaki and Vincent Bouchiat 15:50

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(Invited) Nanofabrication of Devices Using Scanning Force Microscopes – V. Bouchiat (CNRS, Grenoble-Alpes Université) Etching Methods for STT-MRAM – E. J. O’Sullivan (IBM Research Division, T.J. Watson Research Center), A. J. Annunziata (IBM Research Div., T.J. Watson Res. Center), J. Gonsalves (IBM Research Division, T.J. Watson Research Center), G. Hu (IBM Research Division, T.J. Watson Res. Center), E. A. Joseph (IBM Research Division, T.J. Watson Research Center), R. Kothandaraman, G. Lauer (IBM Research Division, T. J. Watson Research Center), N. Marchack (IBM Research Division, T.J. Watson Research Center), J. J. Nowak (IBM Research Division, T. J. Watson Research Center), R. P. Robertazzi (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center), J. Z. Sun (IBM Research Division, T. J. Watson Research Center), T. Suwannasiri (IBM Research Division, T. J. Watson Research Center,), P. L. Trouilloud (IBM Research Division, T.J. Watson Research Center), Y. Zhu, and D. C. Worledge (IBM Research Division, T. J. Watson Research Center) Via Bottom Profile Optimization in All-inOne Etch with Double Patterning Scheme – K. F. Yuan, J. Q. Zhou, M. D. Hu (SMIC), Q. Y. He (SMIC, China), and H. Y. Zhang (Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation) Improvement of the Pattern Wiggling Profile By PR Treatment Methods – P. P. Liu (Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation), C. L. Zhang, and H. Y. Zhang (Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp.)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

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Thermoelectric and Thermal Interface Materials 3 Electronics and Photonics / Energy Technology / High Temperature Materials Chesapeake F, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Thermoelectric and Thermal Interface Materials and Devices IV – 0 8:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Renkun Chen and Kafil M. Razeeb 08:00

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(Invited) Nanocomposite-Based Nanogenerators for Thermal Energy Harvesting and Self-Powered Sensing Applications – Z. H. Lin (National Tsing Hua University) (Invited) Molten Semiconductors for High Temperature Thermoelectricity – Y. Zhao, C. C. Rinzler, and A. Allanore (MIT) (Invited) Flexible and Stretchable Thermoelectric Generators – M. M. Hussain (KAUST), J. P. Rojas (KFUPM), D. N. Singh, G. A. Torres Sevilla (KAUST), H. M. Fahad (UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY), and S. B. Inayat (KAUST) Break

Thermoelectric and Thermal Interface Materials and Devices V – 10:00 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Kafil M. Razeeb and Renkun Chen 10:00

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(Invited) High Performance and Flexible Nanostructured Thermoelectric Devices By Additive Printing of Colloidal Nanocrystals – Y. Zhang (Boise State University) Thermoelectric Properties of Metal-OrganicFramework Thin Films – X. Chen (Applied Research Center), K. Zhang (Applied Research Center, Old Dominion University), Z. M. Hassan (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), Z. Wang (Karlsruhe Institure of Technology), P. Lin, H. Baumgart (Applied Research Center), and E. Redel (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) Advanced Skutterudite-Based Unicouples for a Proposed Enhanced Multi-Mission Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator: An Update – I. S. Chi, K. Smith, C. K. Huang, S. Firdosy, K. Yu, B. Phan, S. Sujittosakul, B. C. Y. Li, J. A. Paik, P. Gogna, S. Chanakian, J. Ni, M. Aranda, S. Pinkowski, T. Hendricks, J. P. Fleurial, and T. Caillat (Jet Propulsion Laboratory) Skutterudite-Based Thermoelectric Technology for Integration into a Proposed Emmrtg for Space Power Applications – T. Caillat, I. S. Chi, S. Firdosy, C. K. Huang, K. Smith, K. Yu, J. Ni, J. A. Paik, P. Gogna, and J. P. Fleurial (Jet Propulsion Laboratory) Calculation of Seebeck Coefficients for Advanced Heat Transfer Modules – T. Tanehira (RNBS, Hiroshima University, Thermal Management Research and Technology Association), Y. Furubayashi (RNBS, Hiroshima University), A. Yamamoto (AIST), K. Yonemori, S. Miyoshi (TherMAT), and S. I. Kuroki (RNBS, Hiroshima University)

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(Invited) Atomic Scale Investigations of Extended Crystal Defects in TetradymiteStructured Thermoelectric Materials – D. L. Medlin (Sandia National Laboratories) Thermoelectric Properties & Characterizations of Surmof Thin Films – X. Chen (Applied Research Center), Z. M. Hassan (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), E. Redel (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), and H. Baumgart (Dept. Electrical & Computer Eng., Old Dominion Univ.)

Thermoelectric and Thermal Interface Materials and Devices VI – 14:00 – 17:50 Co-Chairs: Colm O’Dwyer and Kafil M. Razeeb 14:00

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(Invited) Thermoelectric Thin Films and Nanocomposites Synthesized Via SolutionPhase Chemistry – R. Wang (Arizona State University) (Invited) Durability of Thermoelectric Modules and Development of Generation Systems – R. Funahashi, T. Urata, Y. Matsumura, M. Suzuki, H. Murakami, H. Ikenishi, and M. Kubouchi (Nat. Inst. Adv. Industrial Sci. & Tech.) (Invited) Template Assisted Electrochemical Deposition and High Power Factor Materials for Integrated Thermoelectric Devices – G. Schierning, G. Li, V. Barati, D. A. Lara Ramos, T. Sieger, J. Garcia, N. Perez Rodriguez, M. Mohn, H. Schlörb, J. Freudenberger, H. Reith, and K. Nielsch (IFW Dresden, Dresden, Germany) High Efficient Thermoelectric Materials with Embedded Nanostructures By Electrochemical Synthesis – J. Kim (Korea Institute of Materials Science), N. V. Myung (University of California - Riverside), and J. H. Lim (Korea Institute of Materials Science) (Invited) Nanostructures for Reduced Lattice Thermal Conductivity — Case Studies for Nanopores and Grain Boundaries – Q. Hao, D. Xu, Y. Xiao, B. Xiao, and H. Zhao (University of Arizona) (Invited) IV-VI Monochalcogenide Nanostructures: Synthesis, Doping and Thermoelectric Properties – X. Gao (Case Western Reserve University) Peltier Effect of Silicon for Cooling 4H-SiCBased Power Devices – Y. Furubayashi (RNBS, Hiroshima University), T. Tanehira (Mazda Motor Corporation, TherMAT), A. Yamamoto (AIST), K. Yonemori, S. Miyoshi (Mazda Motor Corporation, TherMAT), and S. I. Kuroki (RNBS, Hiroshima University) (Invited) Zintl Phase Thermoelectrics: Engineering Transport through Crystal Chemistry – A. Zevalkink (Michigan State University)

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High Temperature Materials / Dielectric Science and Technology / Electronics and Photonics Camelia 4, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Resistive Switching in Perovskites – 09:00 – 12:10 Co-Chairs: Bilge Yildiz and Jennifer L.M. Rupp 09:00 09:10 1204

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Beyond Electrostatic Effects at Oxide Hetero-Interfaces: Electrochemical Phase Change, Strong Electric Fields, and Elastic Strain – B. Yildiz (Depts. of Nuclear Sci.&Eng., Materials Sci.&Eng., MIT) (Invited) Understanding Resistive Switching in Manganite-Based Memristive Devices – M. Burriel, D. Pla, O. Chaix-Pluchery, R. Rodriguez-Lamas, M. Boudard, H. Roussel (Laboratoire des Matériaux et du Génie Physique (LMGP)), Q. Rafhay (IMEPLAHC), and C. Jimenez (Laboratoire des Matériaux et du Génie Physique (LMGP)) Transferable Memristive Nanoribbons Comprising Solution-Processed Strontium Titanate Nanocubes – J. Wang, S. Choudhary, W. L. Harrigan, A. J. Crosby, K. R. Kittilstved, and S. S. Nonnenmann (University of Massachusetts) Break (Invited) Volume Resistive Switching in Metallic Perovskite Oxides Driven By the Metal-Insulator Transition – A. Palau, J. C. Gonzalez-Rosillo, R. Ortega, J. Jareño, M. Coll (Institut de Ciencia de Materials de Barcelona, CSIC,), B. Arndt, R. Dittmann (Forschungszentrum Juelich), I. MaggioApprile (Department of Condensed Matter Physics, Univ. of Geneva), J. Suñé (Enginyeria Electrònica, Univ. Autònoma Barcelona), X. Obradors, and T. Puig (Institut de Ciencia de Materials de Barcelona, CSIC) (Invited) Resistive Switching in SrTixFe1-XO3 Solid Solution Thin Films: The Influence of Doping on Memristance Dynamics – F. Messerschmitt (Electrochemical Materials MIT, Electrochemical Materials ETH Zurich), E. Sediva (MIT), M. Jansen (Electrochemical Materials ETH Zurich), and J. L. M. Rupp (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Device Asymmetries in SrTiO3-Based Thin Film Resistive Switches: Influence of Humidity and Defects at Interfaces on Memristance – E. Sediva (ETH Zurich, MIT), W. J. Bowman (Materials Science and Engineering, MIT), and J. L. M. Rupp (Electrochemical Materials, MIT)

Resistive Switching Dynamics – 14:00 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Mónica Burriel and Teresa Puig 14:00

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(Invited) Emulating Neurological and Psychological Functions with Solid State Ionic/Electronic Conductors – X. Guo (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) (Invited) Fabrication and Characterization of Copper-Silica-Metal Resistive Switching Devices – W. Chen, A. Patadia, and M. N. Kozicki (Arizona State University)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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Observation of Conductive Filament in CBRAM at Switching Moment – S. Muto, R. Yonesaka, A. Tsurumaki-Fukuchi, M. Arita, and Y. Takahashi (Hokkaido University) Direct Evidence for the Role of Oxygen Vacancy Configuration for Oxide-Based Resistive Switching Devices – R. Schmitt, J. Spring, R. Korobko (Electrochemical Materials ETH Zurich), and J. L. M. Rupp (Electrochemical Materials ETH Zurich, Electrochemical Materials, MIT) Break (Invited) Resistive States in Strontium Titanate Thin Films – M. Kubicek (TU Wien) (Invited) Is Ion Migration Needed for Resistance Memory and Memristor? – I. W. Chen (U Penn, Dept Materials Science & Engineering) Two Stable Switching Modes with Opposite Polarity in Pt/TiO2/Ti Cells Based on Concurring Phenomena Close to the Pt/TiO2 Interface – S. Hoffmann-Eifert (PGI and JARA-Fit, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Germany), H. Zhang (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH), S. J. Yoo, C. S. Hwang (Seoul National University), C. La Torre (RWTH Aachen University), S. Menzel (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH), and D. Wouters (RWTH Aachen University) In-Situ Electron Microscopy of Cu Movement in MoOx/Al2O3 Bilayer CBRAM during Cyclic Switching Process – R. Ishikawa, S. Hirata, A. Tsurumaki-Fukuchi, M. Arita, Y. Takahashi (Hokkaido University), M. Kudo (Kyusyu University), and S. Matsumura (The Ultramicroscopy Research Center, Kyushu University)

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State-of-the-Art Program on Compound Semiconductors 60 (SOTAPOCS 60) Electronics and Photonics Chesapeake A, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Power Electronics I – 08:30 – 11:50 Co-Chairs: Jennifer K Hite and Travis J Anderson 08:30

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(Keynote) Accelerating Commercialization of SiC Power Devices through Low-Cost US Manufacturing – V. Veliadis (PowerAmerica) (Keynote) Navy Application of Silicon Carbide (SiC) Wide Bandgap (WBG) Semiconductors Enabling Future Power and Energy Systems – L. J. Petersen (Office of Naval Research) Break (Keynote) Current and Future Directions in Power Electronic Devices and Circuits Based on Wide Band-Gap Semiconductors – I. C. Kizilyalli, D. W. Cunningham (Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy), J. S. Manser (Advanced Research Project AgencyEnergy), and E. P. Carlson (Booz Allen Hamilton) (Invited) The Current Status and Future Prospects of SiC Devices – W. Sung (SUNY POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

(Invited) Advances in SiC and GaN Power Device Development and Future Directions – T. J. Anderson (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), K. D. Hobart (Naval Research Laboratory), J. K. Hite (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), L. E. Luna (US Naval Research Laboratory), and F. J. Kub (Naval Research Laboratory)

(Invited) Thermo-Mechanical Reliability Challenges in the Heterogeneous Integration and Packaging of Wide Bandgap Semiconductors – T. Jiang (University of Central Florida) (Invited) Controlling Materials Defects for SiC Power Devices – R. E. Stahlbush (U. S. Naval Research Laboratory) and N. A. Mahadik (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory) Fabrication of Deep 4H-SiC Microstructures Via Inductively Coupled SF6/O2 Plasma – L. E. Luna (US Naval Research Laboratory), M. J. Tadjer (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), R. L. Myers-Ward (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington DC), T. J. Anderson, K. D. Hobart, and F. J. Kub (Naval Research Laboratory) Break (Invited) A Discussion on the Latest Performance of Gan–Based Vertical Devices and the Paths Forward – S. Chowdhury (University of California, Davis) (Invited) Development of III-Nitride Bipolar Transistor Switches and Rectifiers – S. C. Shen, R. D. Dupuis, T. Detchprohm (Georgia Institute of Technology), J. H. Ryou (University of Houston), J. B. Chaiyasarikul, M. H. Ji, T. T. Kao, Y. C. Lee, Z. Lochner, and J. Kim (Georgia Institute of Technology) (Invited) Vertical GaN Devices Enabled By Selective Area P-Type Doping – A. D. Koehler, T. J. Anderson (Naval Research Laboratory), A. Nath (George Mason University), A. G. Jacobs, M. J. Tadjer, B. Feigelson (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), M. S. Goorsky (University of California, Los Angeles), K. D. Hobart, and F. J. Kub (Naval Research Laboratory)

Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center H01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Bi-Parabolic Graded Buffer Layers for Metamorphic Devices – Y. Song, T. Kujofsa, and J. E. Ayers (University of Connecticut) Comparison of Chirped Superlattices and Linearly-Graded Buffer Layers As AdjustableStrain Platforms for Metamorphic InAaAs/ GaAs (001) Devices – X. Chen, M. T. Islam, T. Kujofsa, and J. E. Ayers (University of Connecticut) Investigation of Ingaas-Based Pin Photodiode for High Quantum Efficiency – H. S. Oh, J. M. Park, S. H. Jung (KOPTI), D. W. Lee, and K. S. Lee (LGS)

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Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Electronic and Photonic Devices 10 Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology Chesapeake E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Electronic and Photonic Devices 3 – 16:20 – 17:50 Chair: Marius K Orlowski 16:20

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Energy Harvesting and Storage 2 – 08:00 – 10:10 Chair: Zhiyong Fan 08:00

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(Invited) All-Solid-State Batteries: Status and Perspectives – R. S. Kühnel, A. Remhof, and C. Battaglia (Empa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science) (Invited) Multi-Shelled V2O5 Hollow Microspheres Synthesized through AnionsAdsorption for High-Rate Lithium-Ion Batteries – J. Wang (Institute of Process Engineering, CAS) and D. Wang (Institute of Process Engineering, CAS, Gold Coast Campus Griffith University) (Invited) Eco-Friendly Nanogenerator and Active Sensor – J. M. Wu (National Tsing Hua University) Kinematically Driven Triboelectric Nanogenerator As a Practical Power Source – D. Bhatia and D. Choi (Kyung Hee University) Improving Triboelectric Nanogenerator Performance Using AAO and Nanopatterned PDMS – N. D. Huynh and D. Choi (Kyung Hee University)

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Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Electronic and Photonic Devices 2 – 10:20 – 12:20 Chair: Jinsub Park 10:20

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(Invited) Molecularly Tunable Quantum Emitters – Y. Wang (University of Maryland) (Invited) Controllable Growth of HighPerformance Gasb Thin Nanowires By a Surfactant Assisted CVD Process – Z. Yang (Shandong University) (Invited) Challenges to Implement Resistive Memory Cells in the CMOS BEOL – M. AlMamun (Virginia Tech) and M. K. Orlowski (ECE Department Virginia Tech) (Invited) Band Gap Engineering and Optoelectronic Performance of Indium Gallium Arsenide Nanobelts – X. Zhang, T. Yang, and A. Pan (Hunan University)

Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center H02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Chair: Yu-Lun Chueh •

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Two Dimensional Materials 2 – 14:00 – 16:00 Chair: Patrick Kung 14:00

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(Invited) 2D Materials Synthesis: It’s All about the Substrate – J. A. Robinson (Pennsylvania State University) (Invited) Phase and Stacking of 2D Materials in Heterostructures and Dislocated Nanoplates Impact Their Properties and Applications – S. Jin (Department of Chemistry, UW-Madison) (Invited) Investigation of Single WS2 Nanotubes Leads to New Observations and Potential Applications – R. Tenne (Weizmann Institute) (Invited) Low-Temperature Growth of TwoDimensional Layered Materials Toward Phase-Engineered Hybrid Films – Y. L. Chueh (Department of MSE, NTHU, Hsinchu, Taiwan.)

(Invited) Manipulating Electronic Transport Properties of III-V Nanowire Transistor – F. Wang (Qingdao University), N. Han (Institute of Process Engineering,CAS), H. Y. Cheung (City University of Hong Kong, Biology and Chemistry Department), and J. C. Ho (Dept of Physics & Materials Science, City Univ. of Hong Kong, Shenzhen Research Institute, City Univ. of Hong Kong) (Invited) Performance Improvement of Silver-Nanowire-Based Flexible Transparent Electrodes By Capillary-Force-Induced Cold Welding – Y. Liu, Z. Ren (University of Houston), and C. F. Guo (South University of Science & Technology of China) (Invited) Colloidal Perovskite Quantum Wells for High-Color-Purity Optoelectronics – C. J. Shih (ETH Zurich)

Heavily-Doped SOI with SAM-Based Gate Dielectrics in Application to TMDC FETs – R. Ikoma and T. Kawanago (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Enhanced Visible Light Absorption of MoS(2-X)/TiO2/Ti Multilayered Heterojunction Photoelectrode – C. Cheng, K. Du (IMS, University College of Southeast Norway), G. Li (MNSRC, Taiyuan University of Technology), and K. Wang (IMS, University College of Southeast Norway) Optimizing a Long-Range Highly Ordered Plasmonic Nanoarray Pattern for SurfaceEnhanced Raman Scattering – S. Kasani, P. Zheng, and N. Wu (West Virginia University) Synthesis and Optoelectronic Performance of III-V Nanowires – X. Zhang and A. Pan (Hunan University)

Gallium Nitride and Silicon Carbide Power Technologies 7

Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology Chesapeake B, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

SiC Technologies I – 08:00 – 09:20 Co-Chairs: N. Ohtani and Jaime A. Freitas Jr. 08:00

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(Invited) SiC MOSFET Reliability and Implications for Qualification Testing – A. Lelis (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), R. Green, and D. Habersat (US Army Research Laboratory) (Invited) Highly Accurate Modeling for SiC Power MOSFETs – U. Grossner, B. Kakarla, T. Ziemann, J. Muting, and I. KovacevicBadstubner (ETH Zurich)

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(Invited) Thermal stability of 1×1020 cm-3 Al+ implanted 4H-SiC after electrical activation at temperature ≥ 1850°C – R. Nipoti (CNRIMM Bologna), M. Canino (CNR-IMM of Bologna), M. Puzzanghera, and G. Sozzi (DIA - Università di Parma)

SiC Technologies II – 10:00 – 11:50 Co-Chairs: Birgit Kallinger and Hrishikesh Das 10:00

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(Invited) Material Challenges in Low Offcut Substrates for High Power SiC Devices – R. L. Myers-Ward (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington DC), C. Martin (II-VI Incorporated), N. A. Mahadik, R. Stahlbush (US Naval Research Laboratory), P. Klein, K. Daniels (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington DC), A. Boyd (US Naval Research Laboratory), C. R. Eddy Jr. (Naval Research Laboratory), and D. K. Gaskill (US Naval Research Laboratory) (Invited) Growth, Defects and Doping of 3C-SiC on Hexagonal Polytypes – R. Yakimova, I. G. Ivanov (Linkoping University), L. Vines (University of Oslo), M. Linnarsson (KTH Royal Institute of Technology), A. Gällström (Linkoping University), F. Giannazzo, F. Roccaforte (CNR-IMM), P. Wellmann (University of Erlangen), M. Syväjärvi, and V. Jokubavicius (Linkoping University) Ni-Al-Ti ohmic contacts on 1×1020 Al+ implanted 4H-SiC – R. Nipoti (CNR-IMM Bologna), M. Puzzanghera (DIA - Università di Parma), M. Canino (CNR-IMM of Bologna), and G. Sozzi (DIA - Università di Parma) Difference of Near-Interface SiO2 Structures between O2-Oxidation and H2OOxidation of 4H-SiC (0001) and Its Impact on MOS Interface Characteristics – K. Kita, H. Hirai, and K. Ishinoda (The University of Tokyo)

GaN Technologies II – 15:30 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: Jaime A. Freitas Jr. and Roberta Nipoti 15:30

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Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center H03 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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GaN Technologies I – 13:30 – 15:00 Co-Chairs: Rositsa Yakimova and Joan J. Carvajal 13:30

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(Invited) GaN Wafers with Dramatically Improved Crystalline and Electrical Properties – J. A. Freitas Jr., J. C. Culbertson, N. A. Mahadik, M. J. Tadjer (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), T. Sochacki, and M. Bockowski (Institute of High Pressure Physics PAS) Effect of Wafer and Damaged Layer Thickness on Residual Stress and Bow of Free-Standing Gallium Nitride Wafers during Wafering Process – J. S. Park, J. H. Shim, K. B. Chun, J. E. Lee, T. H. Shim, and J. G. Park (Hanyang University) Thermal Evolution of Mg Implantation Induced Damage in GaN (on Si) – A. LardeauFalcy (CEA LETI), F. Mazen (Univ. Grenoble Alpes), M. Coig, J. Kanyandekwe (CEA LETI), C. Licitra (CEA-Leti), M. Charles (CEA LETI), and J. Eymery (INAC MEM) Evaluation of Hvpe GaN Layers Grown on Ammonothermal GaN Substrates By Synchrotron X-Ray Topography – S. Wu, B. Raghothamachar, M. Dudley (Stony Brook University), J. A. Freitas Jr. (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), T. Sochacki, and M. Bockowski (Institute of High Pressure Physics PAS)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

(Invited) Achieving Vertical Trench-Gate GaN MOSFETs Via Process Optimization – D. I. Shahin (University of Maryland), T. J. Anderson (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), and A. Christou (University of Maryland) (Invited) New Approaches for Shrinking the Performance Gap for GaN Power Devices – M. Shur (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) and G. Simin (University of South Carolina) (Invited) ScAlN: A Novel Barrier Material for High Power GaN-Based RF Transistors – M. T. Hardy, B. P. Downey, N. Nepal, D. F. Storm, D. S. Katzer, and D. J. Meyer (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory) GaN Lateral High Voltage Photoconductive Semiconductor Switches – A. D. Koehler (Naval Research Laboratory), A. Nath (George Mason University), A. Khachatrian (Sotera Defense Solutions), T. J. Anderson (Naval Research Laboratory), M. J. Tadjer, M. A. Mastro, J. K. Hite (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), S. Buchner, K. D. Hobart, and F. J. Kub (Naval Research Laboratory)

Sensitivity Breakdown Voltage and on-State Voltage of Power Transistors to Dopant Impurities – C. Zhu (Florida State University, Aeropropulsion, Mechatronics and Energy Center) and P. Andrei (Florida A&M University and Florida State University) (Invited) Three-Section Adjusted Field Limited Rings Applicable for SiC 2200V Power MOSFETs – X. Li, W. Yang, L. Li, X. Deng, and B. Zhang (University of Electronic Science and Technology of China)

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 2, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center D-11 Non-PGM Cathode Catalysts 3 & Pt-based Cathode Catalysts – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Jeffrey Greeley and Shigenori Mitsushima 08:00

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Factors Which Affect Oxygen Reduction Activity of Niobium Added Titanium Oxides as Non-Platinum Cathodes for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – K. Ota, T. Nagai, Y. Tamura (Yokohama National University), M. Arao (Device Analysis Department, NISSAN ARC Ltd.), M. Matsumoto (Device analysis Department, NISSAN ARC Ltd.), K. Matsuzawa (Yokohama National University), H. Imai (NISSAN ARC, Ltd.), T. W. Napporn (Universite de Poitiers, IC2MP), S. Mitsushima, and A. Ishihara (Yokohama National University) Oxygen Reduction Reaction Activity of Carbon-Support-Free Titanium Oxynitride with Reduced Catalyst Loading – M. Chisaka and Y. Yamamoto (Hirosaki University) Modeling Durability of PGM-Free Active Site Structures at the Atomic Scale – E. F. Holby, U. Martinez, H. T. Chung, and P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Multiscale Computational Framework for Discovery of Active, Durable and NonPrecious Electrocatalysts for Fuel Cell Systems – B. Han, C. Kwon, and J. Hwang (Yonsei University) Intermission (Invited) First Principles Studies of Nitrogen Electrochemistry and the Electrocatalytic Properties of Ultrathin (hydroxy)Oxide Films – Z. Zeng (School of Chemical Engineering, Purdue University), H. J. Chun, J. Kubal (Purdue University), K. C. Chang, N. M. Markovic (Argonne National Laboratory), and J. Greeley (Purdue University) Understanding the Effect of the Anion of the Ionic Liquid on the Activity of the Oxygen Reduction Reaction on Pt/C – K. Huang (Toyota Research Institute of North America), T. Song, O. Morales-Collazo (University of Notre Dame), H. Jia (Toyota Research Institute of North America), and J. F. Brennecke (University of Notre Dame) Electrocatalytic Interface Engineering with Ionic Liquids – J. D. Snyder and Y. Li (Drexel University) Mitigation of Structural and Compositional Instability in 3-Dimensional, Nanoporous Electrocatalysts – Y. Li and J. D. Snyder (Drexel University) Development of High Durability PtCoMn Catalyst for PEFCs – M. Ishida (Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo K.K.) and K. Matsutani (Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo K. K.)

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Materials for Alkaline Fuel Cells and Direct-Fuel Fuel Cells

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 14, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center E-11 Alkaline Catalysis 1 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Antoine Bonnefont and Kohei Miyazaki 08:00

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(Invited) Kinetic Modeling of the Borohydride Oxidation Reaction (BOR) at Gold and Platinum Electrodes – P. Y. Olu (LEPMI, Univ. Grenoble Alpes-CNRS), G. Braesch (LEPMI, CNRS-Univ. Grenoble Alpes, ICPEES, UMR 7515 CNRS/Université de Strasbourg), A. Bonnefont (Institut de Chimie, CNRS/ Université de Strasbourg), E. R. Savinova (UMR 7515-CNRS-University of Strasbourg), and M. Chatenet (LEPMI, CNRS-Univ. Grenoble Alpes) Auspicious Metal-Doped-Cu2o/Cu Dendrites (M=Ni, Co, Fe) Catalysts for Direct Alkaline Fuel Cells: Effect of Dopants   – G. A. ElNagar (Freie Universität Berlin, Faculty of Science-Cairo University), I. Derr (Freie Universitaet Berlin), T. Kottakkat, and C. Roth (Freie Universität Berlin) Hierarchical Titanium Nitride Nanostructures As Catalyst Scaffold for PEMFC Technology – A. Perego (Center for Nano Science and Technology@PoliMi, Politecnico di Milano, Department of Energy), G. Giuffredi (Center for Nano Science and Technology@PoliMi), A. Casalegno (Politecnico di Milano, Department of Energy), and F. DiFonzo (Center for Nano Science and Technology@ PoliMi) Approaching 2 W∙cm-2 AEMFCs through Electrode Engineering and Controlling the Cell Water Content and Balance – T. J. Omasta, X. Peng, and W. E. Mustain (University of Connecticut) Intermission Quantification of Active Sites at Spinel Type Metal Oxide Catalysts by Surface Interrogation Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy – J. Behnken (DLR Institute of Networked Energy Systems, Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg), X. Deng, H. Tüysüz (Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung), A. Dyck (DLR Institute of Networked Energy Systems), and G. Wittstock (Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg) Highly stable and methanol tolerant RuTe2/C electrocatalysts in alkaline media – Q. Gong, J. Zheng, Y. Wang, S. Gong, W. Yang, and X. Cheng (Xiamen University) High CO2 Selectivity PtRh/rGN Catalysts for Ethanol Electrooxidation – F. Zhu, Y. Jiang, and S. Sun (Department of Chemistry,Xiamen University) Pt-Ru/C Catalyst Performance during Direct Methanol Fuel Cell Operation – D. J. Pereira, C. H. Wilkins, S. Shimpalee, and J. W. Weidner (University of South Carolina)

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Sodium Borohydride Oxidation on Pt and/or Pd-based Electrodes in Hydrogen Peroxide Direct Borohydride Fuel Cells (H2O2DBFCs) – R. M. E. Hjelm (NRC Postdoctoral Fellowship Program), Y. Garsany (EXCET Inc.), R. W. Atkinson III (ASEE Postdoctoral Fellowship Program), R. O. Stroman, K. Swider-Lyons (US Naval Research Laboratory), C. Lafforgue (Grenoble Alpes CNRS - LEPMI), and M. Chatenet (LEPMI, CNRS-Univ. Grenoble Alpes) Influence of SnO2 Orientation on Electrocatalytic Activities of Pt/SnO2 Model Electrodes for Methanol Oxidation – K. Miyazaki, T. Nagase, T. Fukutsuka, and T. Abe (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University)

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Diagnostics/Characterization Methods, MEA Design/ Model Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 3, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

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The Impacts of Microporous Layer Degradation on Liquid Water Distributions in Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells Using Synchrotron Imaging – H. Liu, M. G. George (University of Toronto), R. Zeis (Institute of Physical Chemistry), M. Messerschmidt, J. Scholta (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung), and A. Bazylak (University of Toronto) Impact of Microporous Layer Properties for High Current Density Operation – C. Simon, T. Kopfmüller, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich) Introducing Microporous Layer (MPL) Attached Catalyst Coated Membrane for PEFCs – T. Tanuma (Asahi Glass Co., Ltd.) Investigating the Effect of Non-Uniform Microporous Layer Intrusion on Oxygen Transport in Dry and Partially Saturated Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell Gas Diffusion Layers – A. Wong and A. Bazylak (University of Toronto) Numerical Predicting of Liquid Water Transport inside Gas Diffusion Layer for PEMFC Using Lattice Boltzmann Method – P. Satjaritanun (Chemical Engineering Dept., University of South Carolina), S. Shimpalee, J. W. Weidner (University of South Carolina), S. Hirano, Z. Lu (Ford Motor Company), A. Shum, I. V. Zenyuk (Tufts University), S. Ogawa, and S. Litster (Carnegie Mellon University)

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Fuel Cell Systems, Stack/BOP Design, Gas Processing Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 15, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

B-11 Bipolar Plates, MEA Fabrication, Stacks and Systems – 08:35 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Benjamin D. Gould and Michele L Anderson 08:35 08:40 1436

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Influence of Cathode Catalyst Layer Ionomer on Air-Cooled, Open-Cathode Fuel Cells – R. W. Atkinson III (ASEE Postdoctoral Fellowship Program, US Naval Research Laboratory), Y. Garsany (EXCET Inc.), J. A. Rodgers, M. W. Hazard, R. O. Stroman, and B. D. Gould (US Naval Research Laboratory)

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Diagnostics/Characterization Methods, MEA Design/ Model Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 3, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

A-12 Catalyst Layer 1 – 13:40 – 18:20 Co-Chairs: Natalia Macauley and Gen Inoue

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(Invited) Microstructural Modeling of PEFC Catalyst Layer Performance and Durability – S. Ogawa, S. Komini Babu (Carnegie Mellon University), H. T. Chung, P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory), E. Padgett, D. A. Muller (Cornell University), A. Kongkanand (General Motors, Fuel Cell Activities), and S. Litster (Carnegie Mellon University) 14:20 1375 Improvement of Porous Structure of PEFC Catalyst Layer with Silica Pt/C By Inkjet Method – G. Inoue (Kyushu University), T. Nakamura, Y. Miyamoto, A. Kimura (Kyoto University), S. Takenaka (Doshisya University), and M. Kawase (Kyoto University) 14:40 1376 Ionomer Binder-Dependent Degradation Behavior of Cathode Catalyst Layers in PEFCs – S. Cho (Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER), University of Science and Technology (UST)), S. D. Yim, and S. H. Park (Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER)) 15:00 1377 Gas-Surface Interaction Study of Oxygen Molecules on Ionomer Surface in Catalyst Layer – M. Nakauchi, T. Mabuchi (Tohoku University), T. Hori, Y. Yoshimoto, I. Kinefuchi (The University of Tokyo), H. Takeuchi (National Institute of Technology), and T. Tokumasu (Tohoku University) 15:20 1378 Experimental Evaluation of Dominant Transport Resistances of Oxygen in Catalyst Layers of PEFC – Y. Tabe, T. Satake, T. Iiri, T. Hayashi, and T. Chikahisa (Hokkaido University) 15:40 1379 Performance Changes in Stratified Fuel Cell Catalyst Layer with Ultra-Thin Membranes – N. Macauley (Ballard Power Systems), R. L. Borup, R. Mukundan, S. Komini Babu, D. Spernjak (Los Alamos National Laboratory), K. C. Neyerlin, S. S. Kocha (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), M. S. Wilson (Los Alamos National Laboratory), and S. Grot (Ion Power) 16:00 Intermission 16:20 1380 Investigation of Microstructure and Pt Distribution in Catalyst Layer after Accelerated Degradation Test in PEMFC – R. Zeng, H. Zhang (GRINM Engineering Institute), L. Jiang (Grinm Engineering Institute), and X. Liu (GRINM Engineering Institute) 13:40

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Controlling the Polymer/Gas Interfacial Property of the Ionic Polymer Phase of a PEM Fuel Cell Catalyst Layer during Membrane Electrode Assembly Fabrication – R. P. Dowd Jr. and T. V. Nguyen (The University of Kansas) Rheological Characterization of Interparticle Interactions and Polymer Entanglements in Fuel Cell Catalyst Dispersions – S. A. Mauger, J. J. Stickel, K. Hurst, K. C. Neyerlin, and M. Ulsh (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) Novel Fuel Cell MEA Based on Pt-C Deposited by Magnetron Sputtering – A. Ostroverkh, V. Johanek, M. Dubau, P. Kus, K. Veltruska, M. Vaclavu (Charles University), R. Fiala (Central European Research Infrastructure Consortium), B. Smid, Y. Ostroverkh, and V. Matolin (Charles University) Nano-Scale Simulation of Platinum Particle Dissolution, Re-Deposition, and Transport – S. Ogawa (Carnegie Mellon University), V. Yarlagadda, A. Kongkanand (General Motors, Fuel Cell Activities), and S. Litster (Carnegie Mellon University) Meso-Structured Array Electrode for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – S. Komini Babu, J. S. Spendelow, and R. L. Borup (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Materials for Alkaline Fuel Cells and Direct-Fuel Fuel Cells

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 14, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center E-12 Alkaline Catalysis 2 – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Yu Seung Kim and Lior Elbaz 14:00

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Methodology for the Design of Accelerated Stress Tests for Non-Precious Metal Catalysts in Alkaline Fuel Cell Cathodes – L. Elbaz (Bar-Ilan University) Structure and Performance of Fe-N-C PGM-Free Cathode Catalysts Derived By Polymerization-Pyrolysis and Sacrificial Support Method – Y. Chen, R. R. Gokhale, A. Serov (University of New Mexico), K. Artyushkova (Center for Micro-Engineered Materials), and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico) Highly Porous Nitrogen-Doped CarbonSupported Pt Nanoparticles with Enhanced Activity for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Alkaline Media – N. Tachibana, S. Ikeda, Y. Yukawa, and M. Kawaguchi (Tokyo Metro. Ind. Tech. Res. Inst.) N,P-Dual Doped Porous Carbon with Trace Level Co Doping As Highly Efficient Electrocatalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – D. Yan (Hunan university) and S. Wang (Hunan University) Co,N-Codoped Mesoporous Carbon As Efficient Bifunctional Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction and Hydrogen Evolution Reaction – X. Liu and S. Zou (American University) Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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Investigating Non-Precious Metal CatalystElectrolyte Interface in Anodes for Alkaline Fuel Cells – C. W. Narvaez Villarrubia (Los Alamos National Laboratory), A. Serov (University of New Mexico), J. H. Dumont (Los Alamos National Laboratory), P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico), and Y. S. Kim (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

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B-12 Flow and Direct-fuel Fuel-cell Systems – 14:00 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Kazuhiko Shinohara and Trung Van Nguyen 14:00

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(Invited) Cell Performance Analysis of Redox Flow Fuel Cells with Pt-Free Cathode – T. Hatanaka, K. Kudo, T. Nonaka, K. I. Yagi, Y. Hase (Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.), S. Sekine, H. Kawai, M. Ando, and T. Takahashi (Toyota Motor Corporation) (Invited) Performance Evaluation of a Hybrid Hydrogen-Vanadium Reversible Fuel Cell – T. V. Nguyen, R. P. Dowd Jr. (The University of Kansas), D. Powers, R. Wycisk, and P. N. Pintauro (Vanderbilt University) (Invited) Direct Formic Acid Fuel Cells Anode Optimization: Flow Fields and Catalysts – C. A. Rice (Tennessee Technological University), J. E. Cardenas, K. D. Pemberton, and S. Saeed (Tennessee Tech University) Conflicting Roles of Nitrogen Doping in Carbon Nanotubes As Anode and Cathode Catalyst Support for Direct Methanol Fuel Cells – L. Gan, H. Du (Graduate School at Shenzhen, Tsinghua University), R. Lv (Tsinghua University), and J. Li (Graduate School at Shenzhen, Tsinghua University)

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Catalyst Activity/Durability for Hydrogen (-Reformate) Acidic Fuel Cells

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 2, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center D-12 Pt-alloy Cathode Catalysts 1 – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Frederic Maillard and Peter Strasser 14:00

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Octahedral Pt-Ni Nanoparticles for Electrocatalytic ORR – New Insights Using inSitu Scattering, Spectroscopy and Microscopy – V. Beermann (Technical University Berlin), M. E. Holtz (Cornell University), M. Gocyla (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH), S. Kühl (Technical University Berlin), E. Padgett (Cornell University), N. Erini (Technical University Berlin), M. Heggen, R. E. DuninBorkowski (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH), D. A. Muller (Cornell University), and P. Strasser (Technical University Berlin)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

(Invited) Porous Hollow PtNi/C Nanoparticles and Their Many Facets – T. Asset (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, LEPMI, F-38000 Grenoble, France, CNRS, LEPMI, F-38000 Grenoble, France), R. Chattot (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, LEPMI, F-38000 Grenoble, France, CNRS, LEPMI, F-3800 Grenoble, France), O. Le Bacq, A. Pasturel (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, SIMAP, F-38000 Grenoble, France, CNRS, SIMAP, F-38000 Grenoble, France), J. Drnec (European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF)), P. Bordet (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, Inst. Néel, 38000 Grenoble, France, CNRS, Inst. Néel, 38000 Grenoble, France), J. Nelayah (MPQ - Paris), L. Dubau, and F. Maillard (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, LEPMI, F-38000 Grenoble, France, CNRS, LEPMI, F-38000 Grenoble, France) Preparation of Monodispersed Ultra-Small PtCu Alloy with Remarkable Electrocatalytic Performance – L. Cao, S. Jiang, X. Qin (Chinese Academy of Sciences), Z. Shao, and B. Yi (Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics) New Nitride-Stabilized Cores for Platinum Monolayer Electrocatalysts for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction – K. Sasaki, K. A. Kuttiyiel (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory), D. Su (Brookhaven National Laboratory), and R. R. Adzic (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory) A Core-Shell Fibrillar Electrocatalyst for the PEMFC Cathode By Microwave Accelerated Galvanic Displacement of Nickel with Platinum – G. Ercolano, F. Farina, S. Cavaliere, J. Rozière, and D. J. Jones (CNRS - ICGM AIME - University of Montpellier) Intermission Advaced Core-Shell Nanostructures for Electrocatalysis – L. Wang and C. Wang (Johns Hopkins University) Catalyst Dissolution Rates during PEM Fuel Cell Operation – S. Arisetty (General Motors Company, Global Fuel Cell Activities), S. M. Alia, J. W. Zack (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), A. Kongkanand, V. Yarlagadda (General Motors, Fuel Cell Activities), R. S. Kukreja (General Motors), J. M. Ziegelbauer (General Motors Global Powertrain Engineering), K. C. Neyerlin (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), N. Kariuki, D. J. Myers (Argonne National Laboratory), and B. Lakshmanan (General Motors Company, Global Fuel Cell Activities) Insights into Platinum-Cobalt Electrochemical Dissolution from Platinum-Cobalt Alloy Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell Fuel Cell Cathode Catalysts Using Online ICP-MS – N. Kariuki, D. D. Papadias, D. J. Myers, and R. Ahluwalia (Argonne National Laboratory) Structure-Stability Relationships for Fuel Cell Catalysts – P. P. Lopes, D. Li, D. Strmcnik, P. A. Paulikas, D. Tripkovic, P. F. B. D. Martins, N. M. Markovic, and V. Stamenkovic (Argonne National Laboratory) Structures of Atomically Designed PtCo Alloy Catalysts and Durability/Activity Towards Oxygen Reduction Reaction – H. Yano, M. Aoki (University of Yamanashi), N. Takao, C. Yogi, M. Matsumoto, H. Tanida, H. Imai (NISSAN ARC, Ltd.), J. Inukai, H. Uchida, and A. Iiyama (University of Yamanashi) 129

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Diagnostics/Characterization Methods, MEA Design/ Model Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

I01A Poster Sesssion – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Analysis of Sensitivity of PEMFC Parameters to Non-Uniform Platinum Deposition – J. Lamb (Florida State University) and P. Andrei (Florida A&M University and Florida State University) Analysis of Oxygen Reduction Reaction Rate in a PEFC Utilizing an Ultra-Thin Sputter-Deposited Cathode – M. Kageyama, Y. Makino, K. Yamaguchi, and M. Kawase (Kyoto University) Evaluation of the Cell Performance and Load Cycle Durability for Membrane Electrode Assemblies Using Pt/Nb-SnO2 Cathode Catalyst Layers with Various Ionomer Contents – R. Kobayashi, K. Kakinuma, A. Iiyama, and M. Uchida (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi) Understanding Binary Interactions and Aging Effects in Catalyst Layer Inks for Controlled Manufacturing – M. Dixit and K. B. Hatzell (Vanderbilt University) Understanding Binary Interactions in FuelCell Catalyst-Layer Inks – S. A. Berlinger (Department of Chemical Engineering, UC Berkeley, Energy Conversion Group, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab), B. D. McCloskey (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and A. Z. Weber (Energy Conversion Group, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab) Transport Resistances in Fuel-Cell Catalyst Layers – A. Chowdhury (University of California, Berkeley), C. J. Radke, and A. Z. Weber (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Analysis of Oxygen Transport Resistance Components and Water Transport Phenomena with Hydrophilic and Hydrophobic MPL in PEFC – R. Nozaki (Hokkaido university), Y. Tabe, T. Chikahisa (Hokkaido University), and T. Tanuma (Asahi Glass Co., Ltd.) A Novel Oems Method to Monitor Direct Ethanol Fuel Cells in Operando – Y. H. Hong (Deprtment of Chemistry, Xiamen University, China), Z. Y. Zhou, M. Zhan (Xiamen University), Y. C. Wang (Chem. Depart., Xiamen University), and S. G. Sun (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University) Experiemental and Numerical Investigation of Humidity Effect on Performance of PEM Fuel Cells – V. Liso (Aalborg University), S. Al Shakhshir (Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University), and M. P. Nielsen (Aalborg University)

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) - Fuel Cell Systems, Stack/BOP Design, Gas Processing

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

I01B Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Effects of Copper Corrosion in the Performance of Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell – N. A. B. Johnson, S. K. Das, and A. K. Sen (Indian Institute of Technology Madras) Strategies for Effective Utilization of Hydrogen in Cylindrical PEM Fuel Cells – S. R. Suseendiran, S. Pearn-Rowe, and R. Rengaswamy (Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, India) Direct Formic Acid Fuel Cell: Anode Flow Field Designed Two-Phase Removal of Carbon Dioxide – J. E. Cardenas (Tennessee Tech University) and C. A. Rice (Tennessee Technological University) Energy Balance of an Photovoltaic/Fuel Cell Integrated Energy System – K. L. Hsueh (National United University, Industrial Technology Research Institute), F. P. Ting, C. I. Lee, and W. S. Chang (Industrial Technology Research Institute) Performance Improvement By Introduction of Macropore Structure in Membrane Electrolyte Assembly Using Mechanical Properties of Polymer Electrolyte Membrane – C. Y. Ahn, S. Kim, W. Hwang (Institute for Basic Science (IBS), Seoul National University (SNU)), Y. H. Cho (Kangwon National University), and Y. E. Sung (Seoul National University (SNU), Institute for Basic Science (IBS)) Development of 200W Class Direct Formic Acid Fuel Cell Stack Using Bi-Modified Pt/C Catalyst By Irreversible Adsorption – M. Choi, S. Yang, J. Kim, H. J. Jin (KEPCO Research Institute), and C. K. Rhee (Chungnam National University)

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) - CationExchange Membrane Performance and Durability Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

I01C Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Migration and Stabilization of Radical Scavengers in PEFCs – A. M. Baker (Los Alamos National Laboratory, University of Delaware), S. Komini Babu (Los Alamos National Laboratory), S. Williams (Los Alamos National Labratory), R. Mukundan, E. J. Judge, D. Spernjak (Los Alamos National Laboratory), S. G. Advani, A. K. Prasad (University of Delaware), and R. L. Borup (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Self-Healing Composite Membrane for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell Applications – L. Wang, A. K. Prasad, and S. G. Advani (University of Delaware) Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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Determining the Total Fluorine Emission Rate in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell Effluent Water – M. Bodner, B. Marius (Graz University of Technology), A. Schenk, and V. Hacker (Graz University of Technology, CEET) Synthesis of a Polymer Electrolyte Based on Silicotungstic Acid, Performance, and Mechanical Durability in a Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell – A. R. Motz, M. C. Kuo, and A. M. Herring (Colorado School of Mines) Improved Electrochemical and Mechanical Properties of Poly(vinyl pyrrolidone)/Nafion® Membrane for Fuel Cell Applications – M. L. Kabir, H. J. Kim (Kyungpook National University), C. J. Lee (Yeungnam College of Science & Technology), and S. J. Choi (Kyungpook National University)

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Catalyst Activity/Durability for Hydrogen(Reformate) Acidic Fuel Cells

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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I01D Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Rotating Disk Electrode Study of Carbon Supported Pt Nanoparticles Synthesised Using Microwave-Assisted Method – K. Vaarmets, P. Valk, J. Nerut, I. Tallo (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu), J. Aruväli (University of Tartu), S. Sepp, and E. Lust (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu) Uniformity of Carbon Supported Pt Nanocatalysts Produced By Arc Plasma Deposition – T. Saito (ADVANCE RIKO, Inc.) Phosphorus-Enhanced Oxygen Reduction Activity and Stability of Commercial Pt/C – B. A. Lu (Xiamen University), N. Tian (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University), Z. Y. Zhou (Xiamen University), and S. G. Sun (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University) Multilayer Hierarchical Nanofibrillar Electrodes with Tuneable Lacunarity with 2D like Pt Deposits for PEMFC – G. Ercolano, F. Farina, S. Cavaliere, D. J. Jones, and J. Rozière (CNRS - ICGM - AIME - University of Montpellier) Tuning the Alloy Behavior and Particle Size of Ptm (M=Ni, Co) Nanoparticles By Using in Situ High-Temperature X-Ray Diffraction – M. Werheid, D. J. Weber, P. Weber, and M. Oezaslan (Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg) 3D Pt-Ni Nanosponges Wrapped with Graphene-Dots and Their Application to Effective Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – H. S. Choi and Q. C. Tran (Chungnam National University)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

PtMo Sponge-like Nanoporous Structure Wrapped with Ultrathin N,S-Co-Doped Carbon Dots Exhibiting Enhanced Electrocatalytic Activity for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction and Oxygen Reduction Reaction – H. S. Choi and V. T. Nguyen (Chungnam National University) Unsupported Platinum-Metal TwoDimensional Nanoframe Oxygen Reduction Electrocatalysts: Effect of Transition Metal Composition on Activity and Stability – Y. Ying, F. Godinez-Salomon, R. Archer, and C. Rhodes (Texas State University) Microwave Preparation and Electrocatalytic Activity of Nitrogen Doped Carbon Nanotubes Supported Ru85Se15 Nnanoparticles – H. Li (Fujian College of Water Conservancy and Electric Power) and X. Cheng (Xiamen University) The Dual Role of Graphene As a Catalyst Support and Protection Cap for Monolayer Pt Catalysts – A. Abdelhafiz (School of Mat. Sci. & Engr. Georgia Institute of Technology), A. Vitale (Georgia Tech), and F. M. Alamgir (School of Mat. Sci. and Engr., Georgia Inst. of Tech.) Enhancement of Activity Stability of Electrocatalysts with Hybrid Support of Ordered Mesoporous Carbon and SiC for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – C. Pak (GET, IIT, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology), D. J. You (Sungkyunkwan University), S. W. Lee, D. H. Kim, B. H. Lee (GET, IIT, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology), and J. M. Kim (Department of Chemistry, Sungkyunkwan University) Photochemical Preparation of Pt Electrocatalysts on SnO2 Support for PEFCs – M. Nagamine, Z. Noda, S. Matsumoto, J. Matsuda, A. Hayashi, and K. Sasaki (Kyushu University) Effects of Transition Metal Doping in Pt/M-TiO 2 (M= V, Cr, and Nb) on Oxygen Reduction Reaction Activity – M. J. Bae, J. H. Kim, and Y. T. Kim (Pusan National University) Ti-Porous-Sheet-Supported Pt Electrocatalysts for PEFCs – D. Kawachino, Z. Noda, J. Matsuda, A. Hayashi, and K. Sasaki (Kyushu University) Electrochemical Characterization of Meas with Different Pt-Loading for the Efficient Use of Pt – K. Uda, Z. Noda, K. Sasaki, and A. Hayashi (Kyushu University) Synthesizing Highly Active and Stable Electrocatalyst for PEMFC through Composite the Carbon-Titanium Dioxide – Y. Ji, Y. Jeon, Y. I. Cho (Yonsei University), H. J. Hwang (New energy and battery engineering, Yonsei University), O. Jeon, O. C. Kwon, J. P. Kim, and Y. G. Shul (Yonsei University) Exploring Active Sites in Nitrogen Doped Carbon Nanotube Based Electrocatalyst – T. Chen, S. Takahashi, and K. Waki (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Metal Organic Framework-Modified Graphene-Based Catalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – S. Zhuang, B. Nunna, and E. S. Lee (New Jersey Institute of Technology) 131

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Materials for Alkaline Fuel Cells and Direct-Fuel Fuel Cells

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center I01E Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Direct Ethanol Fuel Cell for Portable Power – M. Beachy, P. Matter, and C. Holt (pH Matter LLC) Synthesis, Characterization, and Alkaline Stabilities of p-(2-imidazoliumyl) StyreneGrafted Anion-Conducting Electrolyte Membranes Prepared By Radiation-Induced Grafting for Fuel Cells – H. C. Yu, K. Yoshimura, Y. Zhao, A. Hiroki (Natl. Inst. for Quantum and Radiological Sci. Technol.), H. Shishitani, S. Yamaguchi (Daihatsu Motor Co., Ltd.), H. Tanaka (Kwansei Gakuin University), and Y. Maekawa (Natl. Inst. for Quantum and Radiological Sci. Technol.) Interface-Controlled Synthesis of PlatinumFree Anode Catalyst for Fuel Cells Application – W. Ding (Chongqing university), S. Tao, and Z. Wei (Chongqing University) Electrocatalysts for Ethanol and Methanol Oxidation Prepared by Ion Beam Assisted Deposition of Platinum and Rare Earths Metals on Carbon Paper Catalyst Carriers – A. Dorozhko, V. Poplavsky, and V. Matys (Belarusian State University of Technology) N-Cdot/Pd Nanosponge with Enhanced Electrocatalytic Activity for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction and Methanol Oxidation Reaction – H. S. Choi and V. T. Nguyen (Chungnam National University) Improved Anode Catalyst for Formic Acid Fuel Cells – K. D. Pemberton (Tennessee Tech University) and C. A. Rice (Tennessee Technological University) Influence of Methanol Crossover on Cathode Catalyst in Direct Methanol Fuel Cell – Z. Komárková (Charles University, MFF), R. Fiala (Central European Research Infrastructure Consortium), and V. Matolin (Charles University) Development of Stable Precious Metal-Free Cathodes in Alkaline Fuel Cells – I. Grimmer, F. Gebetsroither, B. Pichler, M. Grandi (Graz University of Technology, CEET), P. Kalal, B. Iseard, R. Aronsson (Apollo Energy Systems, Inc.), A. Schenk, and V. Hacker (Graz University of Technology, CEET) Synthesis of N-Doped Graphene By Sonochemical Liquid Exfoliation and Its Electrochemical Performance for ORR in Alkaline Media – M. Z. Figueroa-Torres (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo Leon), I. L. Alonso-Lemus (Cinvestav Unidad Saltillo), B. Escobar-Morales (Centro de Investigación Científica de Yucatán), F. J. Rodriguez-Varela, and A. Fernández-Fuentes (Cinvestav Unidad Saltillo)

I01F

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Polymer-Electrolyte Electrolysis

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

I01F Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 • 1640 • 1641

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Electrodeposition of Amorphous Molybdenum Sulfide on Carbon Paper As an Electrocatalyst for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction – J. H. Kim (Chung-Ang Univ.), J. Kim, H. Kim, and S. H. Ahn (Chung-Ang University) Porous Silver/Indium and Gold/ Indium Electrocatalysts for Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide – H. Lee (Chung-Ang University), H. Kim (ChungAng university), and S. H. Ahn (Chung-Ang University) Morphological and Compositional Effects of Electrochemically Fabricated Cobalt Phosphide on Water Electrolysis – J. Kim, H. Kim (Chung-Ang University), J. H. Kim (Chung-Ang Univ.), and S. H. Ahn (ChungAng University) Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide into Formic Acid Using Porous Tin Catalyst – H. Kim (Chung-Ang university), H. Lee, and S. H. Ahn (Chung-Ang University) Fern-like Nickel Cobalt Sulfide Electrocatalyst Prepared By Electrodeposition and Subsequent Sulfur Ion Exchange for Water Electrolysis – H. Kim, J. Kim (Chung-Ang University), J. H. Kim (Chung-Ang Univ.), and S. H. Ahn (Chung-Ang University) Development of Carbon-Free Electrocatalysts for Water Electrolysis – M. Muto, K. Sasaki, and A. Hayashi (Kyushu University) Highly Efficient Ni-Fe Based Oxygen Evolution Catalyst Prepared By a Novel Pulse Electrochemical Approach – G. Wang, D. Zheng, D. Liu, J. Harris, J. Si, T. Ding, and D. Qu (University of Wisconsin Milwaukee) Titanium Oxide Nanosheets for ProtonExchange Membrane Oxygen Evolution Electrocatalysts – R. Archer, F. GodinezSalomon, and C. Rhodes (Texas State University) Accelerated Degradation Test in PEM Water Electrolysis – A. Weiß (Technical University of Munich), M. Bernt (Bayerisches Zentrum für angewandte Energieforschung, Technical University of Munich), A. Siebel, P. J. Rheinländer, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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High Temperature Materials National Harbor 7, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Fuel Electrode and Fuel Process – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Zhe Cheng and D. Chu 08:00

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(Invited) Role of Ion-Conducting Membranes in Synthesis and Use of Sustainable Fuels – G. L. Soloveichik (Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E)) (Invited) Electrode Evolution in Solid Oxide Cells – J. Irvine (University of St Andrews) (Invited) High Temperature Ionic Ceramics Fuel Cell to Power Unmanned Aerial Systems (UASs) – D. Chu (U.S. Army Research Laboratory) Break (Carl Wagner Memorial Award of the Electrochemical Society Address) Mixed Protonic-Electronic Membrane Reactors; Converting Hydrocarbon Resources and CO2 to Fuels – E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland) (Invited) Advances in Proton Ceramic Fuel Cells, Steam Electrolyzers, and Dehydrogenation Reactors Based on Materials and Process Optimizations – T. Norby (University of Oslo) (Invited) Understanding Anode and Cathode Reaction Mechanisms for Proton Conducting Intermediate Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – S. Sun and Z. Cheng (Florida International University)

Ionics for Energy Storage – 13:40 – 17:50 Co-Chairs: Mei Cai, Jun-Tao Li and Xiao-Dong Zhou 13:40

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(Invited) The ARPA-E Ionics Program: Separators to Enable the Cycling of Lithium Metal – P. S. Albertus, S. J. Babinec (Advanced Research Projects Agency Energy), and S. J. Litzelman (Booz Allen Hamilton) (Invited) Material, Fabrication and Cell Design for High Loading Li-S Batteries Towards Commercialization – F. Dai, Q. Xiao (GM Global R&D Center), L. Yang (General Motors, R&D Center), and M. Cai (General Motors, Global R&D Center) (Invited) Sulfide-Based Solid Electrolytes for Solid State Batteries – C. Liang (Contemporary Amperex Technology Limited) (Invited) Design of Porous Si/C-Graphite Electrodes with Long Cycle Stability and Controlled Swelling – X. Li, P. Yan (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), X. Xiao (General Motors, R&D Center), J. H. Woo Sr. (Genera Motors), C. Wang, J. Liu, and J. G. Zhang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) (Invited) Tuning the Structure and Property of Electrode Materials of Lithium Battery – J. T. Li (College of Energy, Xiamen University), L. Huang, and S. G. Sun (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

(Invited) Data-Driven Materials Design for Compounds with Improved Mg Intercalation Mobility – M. Liu (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Z. Rong (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), N. Zimmermann, M. Haranczyk (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), G. Ceder (University of California, Berkeley), and K. A. Persson (University of California at Berkeley) Fabrication of Li+-β” Alumina + Yttria-Stabilized Zirconia Solid Electrolyte Composites and Their Applications in Lithium Battery – L. Zhu and A. V. Virkar (The University of Utah)

Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center I02 Poster Session 1 – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Jinli Qiao and Yudong Wang •

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Ionic Conductivity of Doped Lanthanum Gallate and Strontium Gallate Composites – S. L. Reis and E. N. S. Muccillo (Energy and Nuclear Research Institute-IPEN) Optimization of Anion Exchange Membranes Derived from Cross-linked Chitosan-Poly (diallyldimethylammonium chloride) for All-solid Electrochemical Capacitors – Y. Wei (Donghua Universtiy), B. Ao, J. Qiao (Donghua University), and K. Lian (University of Toronto) Formate Fuel Production From the Electroreduction of CO2 on Nanostructured SnOx Coated on Gas Diffusion Electrode – Q. Zhang (DonghuaUniverstiy), Y. Li, X. F. Hou (Donghua University), J. Jung (Wattech Power Inc.), and J. Qiao (Donghua University) Modeling Electrolysis Reaction Mechanism of Fuel Electrodes in Reversible Solid Oxide Fuel Cell / Electrolysis Cell (RSOFC/EC) for Hydrogen Energy Storage System – H. Lee, Y. Iida, R. Shimamura, K. Hasegawa, and M. Ihara (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Proton Conducting Properties of Sr1+XLn1XAlO4-δ (Ln=Pr,Sm) with Layered Perovskite Structure for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – T. Matsuhira, Y. Kurahashi, K. Hasegawa, and M. Ihara (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Bi-Functional Electrodes for Zinc-Air Batteries – N. Xu, J. Qiao (Donghua University), Y. Wang, and X. D. Zhou (University of South Carolina)

Eastern Shore 1, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center Reception of IMCC 11 sponsored by Contemporary Amperex Technology Limited – 18:00 – 20:00

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Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics 11 (IMCC 11)


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Luminescence and Display Materials: Fundamentals and Applications Luminescence and Display Materials Chesapeake 11, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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Luminescent Materials for High Brightness Sources – 08:30 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Anant A Setlur and Kailash C. Mishra 08:30

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(Invited) All-Inorganic YAG Phosphor-inGlass Light Convertor for Next-Generation Modular High-Brightness White LEDs/ Lds – J. Wang, X. Zhang, J. Yu (Sun Yat-sen University), Y. Cho (University of Tsukuba), and R. J. Xie (National Institute for Materials Science) Transparent Ce,Sm:TAG Luminescent Ceramics for High Power Blue Laser Driven Lightning and Display Technologies – M. H. Balci, F. Chen (University College of Southeast Norway (USN)), A. B. Cunbul (University College Southeast Norway (USN)), O. Svensen (BARCO), M. N. Akram (University College of Southeast Norway (USN)), and X. Chen (IMS, University College of Southeast Norway) Break (Invited) Laser Sintering of Polycrystalline Ceramic Scintillators: The Case Study of YAG:Ce – J. C. A. dos Santos (Sergipe Federal University), A. A. Trofimov (Clemson University), D. V. Sampaio (Sergipe Federal University, Clemson University), R. S. da Silva (Sergipe Federal University), and L. G. Jacobsohn (Dept. Materials Science and Engineering, Clemson Univ., COMSET, Clemson Univ.) Investigation of Blue Excitation Dependent Conversion Efficiency in Phosphors for High Luminance Applications: Part 2 – M. Raukas, J. Avallon, J. Kelso, and A. Lenef (OSRAM Corporate Innovation) (Invited) Additively Manufactured Gain Media for Lasers – S. Payne, N. Cherepy, I. K. Jones, Z. Seeley, and E. Duoss (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)

Fundamental Studies – 13:30 – 14:50 Co-Chairs: Mikhail Brik and Anant A Setlur 13:30

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(Invited) Studies of Luminescence Efficiency of BaWO4:Ce Crystals – D. Wlodarczyk, M. Berkowski, M. Glowacki (Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland), S. Kaczmarek (West Pomeranian University of Technology, Szczecin, PL), Z. Kowalski (West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin, PL), M. Brik (Institute of Physics, University of Tartu, Estonia, Institute of Physics, Jan Długosz University, Poland), A. Wittlin, H. Przybylinska, Y. Zhydachevskii (Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland), and A. Suchocki (Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland, Kazimierz Wielki University, Bydgoszcz, Poland)

Systematic First-Principles Calculations of Charge Transfer Transitions of Rare Earth Ions in Oxides Using Simple Cubic Model Cluster – S. Takemura and K. Ogasawara (Department of Chemistry, Kwansei Gakuin University) Electronic Structures and Optical Properties of Al, Cu and Ag in Bulk, Thin Film and Nanoparticle Forms – K. C. Mishra, A. Piquette (OSRAM SYLVANIA), P. C. Schmidt (Universität Darmstadt), and K. H. Johnson (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Sensing, Computing, Visualizing I – 14:50 – 16:10 Co-Chairs: Madis Raukas and Marco Bettinelli 14:50

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(Invited) Up-Conversion Luminescence of Lanthanide Activated Phosphors – H. C. Swart, R. Kroon, J. Terblans, A. Pandey, A. Kumar, and J. Holsa (University of the Free State) (Invited) Upconversion: Photoswitching, Photocleavable – J. A. Capobianco (Concordia University)

Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center J01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Anant A Setlur and Kailash C. Mishra •

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Fabrication of Green Light-Emitting Diode Using N-in2O3 nanorods Formed on Surface Modified P-GaN Template – D. S. Shin, T. G. Kim, D. Heo, H. Yoon, and J. Park (Hanyang University) Rare Earth Doped Nanocrystalline Anatase Powders: Structural, Morphological and Optical Properties – V. Đorđević, B. Milićević, and M. Dramićanin (University of Belgrade, Vinča Institute) Changes in the Optical and Electronic Properties of CdTe Quantum Dots By the Effect of Interaction with Free Radicals in Aqueous Solution – E. A. Navarrete (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso), J. PérezPrieto (Universidad de Valencia), V. Rojas, J. Román, R. G. Henríquez, R. S. Schrebler, and E. C. Muñoz (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso) Tb3+-Eu3+ Energy Transfer in Tb-Based Phosphates: A Comparison of Two Extreme Cases – I. Carrasco, F. Piccinelli, and M. Bettinelli (Department of Biotechnology. University of Verona) The Effect of Electron and Hole Transfer Layers on the Electro-Optical Properties of Solution-Processed QD-LED – W. S. Choi (Hoseo University) Facile Synthesis of Graphene Oxide and Graphene Oxide Quantum Dots for Trace Eu3+ and Tb3+ Detection – B. Liu, L. Huang, and W. Huang (Institute of Advanced Materials, Nanjing TECH University)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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White-Light Emitting Carbon Dot Species from Carbonization in Zeolite Template – S. H. Ko (Institute for Basic Science (IBS)), H. Park (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Institute for Basic Science (IBS)), T. Lee (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Institute for Basic Science), and R. Ryoo (Institute for Basic Science (IBS), Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Synthesis, Structure and Luminescence of Dy Doped Na0.25K0.25Bi0.5TiO3 – M. Medic (University of Belgrade, Vinča Institute), L. Đačanin Far (University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Sciences), J. Papan, V. Đorđević, and M. Dramicanin (University of Belgrade, Vinča Institute)

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry General Session Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 5, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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Spectroelectrochemistry – 14:00 – 17:00 Co-Chairs: Andrew Campion Hillier and David E Cliffel 14:00

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Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry General Session III – 08:00 – 11:20 Co-Chairs: R. L. Calhoun and Paul C. Trulove 08:00

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Nonlinear Electrochemical Impedance Spectrosocpic Analysis of Ti Dissolution in HF – R. Srinivasan (Indian Institute of Technology, Madras) and R. Pachimatla (Indian Institute of Technology Madras) Analysis of Cerium Oxide Doped Anti-Corrosion Coatings By Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy and Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – J. Murphy (U.S. Naval Academy), F. Lancaster (Naval Air Systems Command, Aerospace Materials Division), and R. L. Calhoun (U.S. Naval Academy) Elucidating Electro-Hydrodynamics at a Liquid Metal Oxide-Electrolyte Interface Via Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – I. D. Joshipura and M. D. Dickey (North Carolina State University) Impedance of Nickel and Platinum Anodic Dissolution in Anhydrous Hydrogen Fluoride – P. Polczynski (University of Warsaw, Department of Chemistry, CNBCh), Z. Mazej (Institut Jožef Stefan, Department of Inorganic Chemistry), W. Grochala (Centre for New Technologies, University of Warsaw), and R. R. Jurczakowski (University of Warsaw, Department of Chemistry) Break Effect of Surface Binding on Individual Bacterial Cells: Raman and AFM Approaches – N. Lebedev (Naval Research Laboratory, CBMSE) and L. M. Tender (Naval Research Laboratory) Novel Spectral Analysis for Evaluation of the Strength of Coordination Bonds in Li+ Polymer Electrolyte Composites By ATR-Far-UV – N. Ueno, Y. Morisawa, and T. Wakabayashi (Kindai University)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

Influence of Morphology Controlled Gold Underlayer on Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting of Copper (I) Oxide As a Photocathode – T. Lan, C. Mundt (iowa state university), and S. Padalkar (Iowa State University) New Insights into Organic Dye Regeneration Mechanism in Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells: A Theoretical Study – Y. M. Hailu, W. R. Shie, S. Nachimuthu, and J. C. Jiang (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology) Comparative Electrochemical, Photoelectrochemcal and Photocatalytic Abatement of Emerging Pollutant – S. Hussain (São Carlos Institute of Chemistry, University of São Paulo)

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Spectroelectrochemical Studies of IL/Electrode Interfaces – S. K. Shaw, R. S. Anaredy, A. J. Lucio, and J. Wrona (University of Iowa) In Situ and Operando Observation of Oxide Layer on Electrodes during the Oxygen Evolution Reaction – C. Toparli, M. Rabe (Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH), and A. Erbe (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Max-PlanckInstitut für Eisenforschung GmbH) In Situ Surface Enhanced Infrared Absorption Spectroscopy for Nitric Oxide Reduction Catalyzed By Bacterial Nitric Oxide Reductase – I. Yagi, S. Nakagawa (Hokkaido University), T. Tosha (Riken), K. Nakata, and M. Kato (Hokkaido University) In-Situ THz SERS Observation of Electrochemical Processes – M. Inagaki and K. Ikeda (Nagoya Institute of Technology) Cobalt Catalysts for Oxygen Evolution Studied By Operando Soft X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy – M. Yoshida (Keio University), Y. Mitsutomi (Keio university), M. Nagasaka, H. Yuzawa, N. Kosugi (Institute for Molecular Science), and H. Kondoh (Keio University) Break In-Situ Estimation of Near Electrode pH during the Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 Using Attenuated Total Reflectance Surface Enhanced Infrared Absorption Spectroscopy – M. Dunwell, Y. Yan, and B. Xu (University of Delaware) Investigation on Sulfide-Enhanced Oxygen Reduction Reaction Activity By in-Situ Electrochemical Infrared Spectroscopy – D. Chen (Georgetown University), Y. Wang (Georgetown Univeristy), T. C. Allison (National Institute of Standards and Technology), and Y. Tong (Department of Chemistry, Georgetown University) Probing Self-Organization of Molecular Ions at the Interface between Graphene and Ionic Liquids – J. Wu (University of Kansas)

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Photocatalysts, Photoelectrochemical Cells and Solar Fuels 8 Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Sensor National Harbor 6, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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Plasmon-Enhanced Solar Energy Conversion – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Tetsu Tatsuma and Vaidyanathan Subramanian 08:00

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Novel Nanomaterials and Systems for Solar Fuel and Chemical Production – S. Mubeen (University of Iowa) Effects of Nanoscale Interfacial Design on Photocatalytic Hydrogen Generation Activity at Plasmonic Au–TiO2 and Au–TiO2/ Pt Aerogels – J. Pietron, P. A. DeSario, T. Brintlinger (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), O. A. Baturina (Naval Research Laboratory), R. Stroud, and D. R. Rolison (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory) (Invited) Development of Plasmonic Nanostructures for Plasmon-Enhanced Photocatalysis – D. Ma (Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS)) (Invited) Hot-Electron Driven Photocatalysis and Photoexcited Charge Carrier Dynamics in TiO2-Passivated Photocatalysts – S. B. Cronin (University of Southern California) Break (Invited) Photoelectrochemical Hydrogen Evolution Based on Plasmon-Induced Charge Separation – T. Tatsuma, K. C. Kao, L. Wu, Y. Kuroiwa, and H. Nishi (Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo) (Invited) Nanophotonic Structures for Solar Light Harvesting and the Generation of Hot Plasmonic Electrons – G. Wiederrecht (Argonne National Laboratory) (Invited) Design of Plasmonic Catalysts Efficient H2 Production from Hydrogen Storage Molecules – H. Yamashita, K. Mori, Y. Kuwahara, H. Cheng, M. Wen, P. Verma, and H. Yin (Osaka University) (Invited) Plasmonic Driving of Chemical Reactions – J. Wang (The Chinese University of Hong Kong) Oxidation−Stable Plasmonic Copper Nanoparticles in Photocatalytic TiO2 Nanoarchitectures – P. A. DeSario, J. Pietron, T. Brintlinger, J. F. Parker (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), O. A. Baturina (Naval Research Laboratory), R. Stroud, and D. R. Rolison (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory)

New Insight and Design of Photocatalysts – 13:50 – 17:00 Chair: Lionel Vayssieres 13:50

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Demonstrating the Activity and Stability of Conformal RuO2 “Nanoskins” on Technologically-Relevant, 3D Electrode Suports for Water Oxidation in Acid Electrolyte – P. A. DeSario (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), C. N. Chervin (Former Staff Scientist at U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), E. S. Nelson (Pathways Student at US Naval Research Laboratory), M. B. Sassin, and D. R. Rolison (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory)

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(Invited) On the Low-Cost Design, Performance and Stability of Advanced Electrodes for Photocatalytic (sea)Water Splitting – L. Vayssieres (IRCRE-Xian Jiaotong University) (Invited) Resolving Sites for Catalysis in Amorphous Metal Oxide and Molecular Water-Oxidation Catalysts Using in-Situ X-Ray Techniques – D. M. Tiede (Argonne National Laboratory), G. Kwon (Northwestern University), I. S. Kim, A. B. F. Martinson (Argonne National Laboratory), J. Hoyoung, J. S. Lee (Stanford University), L. Kohlar, and K. Mulfort (Argonne National Laboratory) (Invited) Correlation of Charge Carrier Behaviors with Band Structure of Semiconductor-Based Photocatalysts – N. Wu (West Virginia University) Break (Invited) Chemical and Electronic Surface Structure of Compound Semiconductors for Solar Water Splitting – C. Heske (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, University of Nevada Las Vegas) (Invited) Visible Light CO2 Reduction and Water Oxidation on Modified Semiconductor Photocatalysts – K. Maeda (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Intermission

The Heinz Gerischer Award Speech – 17:00 – 18:00 Chair: Krishnan Rajeshwar 17:00 17:15 1868

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Introductory Remarks (Europe Section Heinz Gerischer Award Address) TiO2-Based Visible Light Photocatalysts Based on Interfacial Charge Transfer Process – K. Hashimoto (Institute for Materials Science)

Fundamental Aspects of Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Sensor National Harbor 8, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Fundamental Aspects of Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide 4 – 08:00 – 09:30 Co-Chairs: Aaron Timothy Marshall and Olga A Baturina 08:00

1973

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(Keynote) Experimental Considerations for Electrocatalytic CO2 Reduction – A. T. Marshall, C. F. C. Lim, H. Taleshi Ahangari (University of Canterbury), and D. A. Harrington (University of Victoria) (Invited) Carbon Dioxide Solvation and Transport in Molten Carbonates – D. Corradini (PSL Research University - Ecole normale supérieure), F. X. Coudert (PSL Research University - ChimieParisTech), and R. Vuilleumier (PSL Research University - Ecole normale supérieure, Sorbonne Université UPMC)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


1975

Effect of Carbon Support on Selectivity of CO2 Electrochemical Reduction to C2H4 on Copper Nanoparticles – O. A. Baturina, Q. Lu, A. Purdy (Naval Research Laboratory), B. Dyatkin (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), J. P. Grote (MaxPlanck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH), S. Cherevko (Helmholtz-Institut ErlangenNürnberg), R. R. Unocic (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University)

Fundamental Aspects of Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide 7 – 16:20 – 18:10 Co-Chairs: Pawel J Kulesza, David E Cliffel and Nianqiang (Nick) Wu 16:20

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Fundamental Aspects of Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide 5 – 10:00 – 12:10 Co-Chairs: Pawel J Kulesza, Andrew B. Bocarsly and David E Cliffel 10:00

1976

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(Keynote) The Role of Oxide in the Design of Electrocatalytic Interfaces for CO2 Reduction: Post Transition Metals for the Production of Formate – A. B. Bocarsly, J. Pander III, J. White, M. Baruch, and Z. Detweiler (Princeton University) (Invited) Electronic-Level Insight on CO2 Reduction Reaction – A. Lewera, M. T. Gorzkowski, R. R. Jurczakowski, and P. J. Kulesza (University of Warsaw, Department of Chemistry) Electrocatalytic Reduction of Carbon Dioxide at Network Films of Metallic Centers Generated within Supramolecular Ligands – A. Wadas, M. Frik, I. A. Rutkowska, and P. J. Kulesza (University of Warsaw) Electrocatalytic Reduction of Carbon Dioxide on Tin Oxide-Based Nanoparticles: Indirect Detection of Formate Ions Via on-Line Dems – M. R. Camilo (Institute of Chemistry of Sao Carlos) and F. H. B. Lima (IQSC - Institute of Chemistry of Sao Carlos) Tuning the Ligament Size and the Content of the Foreign Atom of the Nanoporous Copper for the Electrochemical Carbon Dioxide Reduction – B. Hecker and M. Oezaslan (Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg)

Fundamental Aspects of Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide 6 – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Pawel J Kulesza, Krishnan Rajeshwar and Iwona Agnieszka Rutkowska 14:00

1981

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(Keynote) Oxide Semiconductors, Solid-State Chemistry, and Photoelectrochemistry: A Nexus – K. Rajeshwar (University of Texas) (Invited) Silicon Nanowires Photocathodes Combined with Mn-Based Molecular Complex Catalysts for the Efficient LightDriven Electrocatalytic Reduction of CO2 to CO – B. Fabre (Université de Rennes 1, France), S. Chardon (Université Grenoble Alpes, France), and E. Torralba-Penalver (Univ. Paris-Est, France) (Invited) Photo-Electrochemical CO2 Reduction on Composite Metal and MetalOxide Cathodes – J. Augustynski and R. Solarska (University of Warsaw) Photoelectrochemical Reduction of Carbon Dioxide at Copper(I) Oxide Modified with Ultra-Thin Polymer Layers – E. Szaniawska (University of Warsaw, Department of Chemistry), K. Bienkowski, R. Solarska, I. A. Rutkowska (University of Warsaw), K. Rajeshwar (University of Texas), and P. J. Kulesza (University of Warsaw)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

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(Invited) Role of Heterojunctions in Activation of CO2 Molecule – R. Solarska and K. Bienkowski (University of Warsaw) Mechanistic Insight into High Temperature CO2 Electrolysis on Mixed Conducting Perovskite-Type Electrodes Revealed By inOperando Photoelectron Spectroscopy – A. Nenning (Vienna University of Technology, Austria), A. K. Opitz (TU Wien), C. Rameshan (Vienna University of Technology, Austria), M. Kubicek (TU Wien), T. Götsch (University of Innsbruck), R. Blume, A. Knop-Gericke (Fritz-Haber-Institut der MPG, Berlin, Germany), G. Rupprechter (TU Vienna), B. Kloetzer (University of Innsbruck), and J. Fleig (Vienna University of Technology) Electrochemical Investigation of CO2 Conversion Utilizing Nanoporous Polystyrene-Polyvinylpyridine Catalyst – H. Ghebremichael and A. Sidorenko (University of the Sciences) Grain Boundary Effect in Electroreduction Catalysis for Renewable Energy Conversion – X. Feng (University of Central Florida) Highly Active and Selective Au Thin Layer on Cu Polycrystalline Surface Prepared By Galvanic Displacement for the Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 to CO – W. Guo, H. Woo, and Y. T. Kim (Pusan National University)

Computational Electrochemistry

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering National Harbor 4, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Molecular Modeling 2 – 08:20 – 09:40 08:20

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Doping Amorphous Ti Oxides to Decrease Oxygen Reduction Rates – M. C. Groenenboom and J. A. Keith (University of Pittsburgh) Reactive Molecular Dynamics Modeling of Iron Passivity – H. DorMohammad, Q. Pang, L. Árnadóttir, and O. B. Isgor (Oregon State University) Atomistic Simulations of Lithium Ion Mobility in Battery Electrolytes – J. M. Sanders, S. H. Kwak, C. M. Krauter, J. Gavartin, S. Pandiyan, T. Morisato, A. R. Browning, and M. D. Halls (Schrödinger, Inc.) Understanding and Tailoring the Performance of Transition Metal Oxides for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction – V. Tripkovic, H. A. Hansen, J. M. Garcia Lastra, and T. Vegge (Technical University of Denmark)

QM Modeling 2 – 10:00 – 12:00 10:00

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(Invited) Toward Design Principles for Anion Exchange Membranes with High Hydroxide Conductivity – M. E. Tuckerman, T. E. Zelovich, and Z. E. Long (New York University) 137

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Understanding and Designing Novel HIonic Conductors Based on First Principles Calculations – Q. Bai and Y. Mo (University of Maryland, College Park) Dissipative Particle Dynamics Simulations of Anion Exchange Membranes – X. Luo (University of Tennessee), F. Sepehr, and S. J. Paddison (University of Tennessee, Knoxville) Theoretical Investigations on Proton Conductance and Degradation Mechanisms of Nafion Membrane in Fuel Cells – T. Tsuneda, R. K. Singh, K. Kunimatsu (University of Yamanashi, Japan), A. Iiyama, and K. Miyatake (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi) Density Functional Theory Study of the Interactions of OH and Cl with the Pristine and Defective Surfaces of α-Fe2O3 (0001) – Q. Pang, H. DorMohammad, O. B. Isgor, and L. Árnadóttir (Oregon State University)

Continuum Modeling 2 – 14:00 – 15:20 14:00

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(Invited) Fick’s II Law and Deploying Spatially Varying Diffusion Coefficients on Electrodes – K. L. Knoche (University of Iowa), J. Landgren (University of North Georgia), and J. Leddy (University of Iowa) Simultaneous Optimization Approach for Optimal Electrode Design of LithiumIon Batteries – Y. Qi, J. Chen, S. Kolluri (University of Washington), M. Pathak (Battery Informatics, Inc.), D. T. Schwartz (University of Washington), and V. R. Subramanian (University of Washington, Seattle) Parametric Study and Mathematical Modeling of the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction: Application to Mildly Acidic Environments Containing Acetic Acid on a Gold Surface – A. Kahyarian and S. Nesic (Ohio University)

Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center L07 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems General Session Sensor Chesapeake J, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Chemical Sensors – 14:00 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: Dong-Joo Kim and Rangachary Mukundan 14:00 14:10 2085

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Device Modeling – 15:40 – 17:00 15:40

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The Impedance Analyzer: An OpenSource, Web-Based Tool for Sophisticated Interrogation of Experimental EIS Spectra – M. D. Murbach, V. W. Hu, and D. T. Schwartz (University of Washington) An Open-Source Data Science Platform for the Electrochemical Community – R. Masse (University of Washington) Phase-Field Modeling of the Thermal Growth of an Oxide Film and the Electrochemical Performance of a Solid Oxide Fuel Cell: Similarities and Differences – T. L. Cheng (U.S. Department of Energy - NETL, AECOM, P.O. Box 1959, Albany, OR, 97321, USA), Y. H. Wen (U.S. Department of Energy - NETL), and J. A. Hawk (DOE/ NETL) Theoretical Investigation of Vanadium Crossover Phenomena through Different Types of Membrane in Vanadium Redox Flow Battery – D. Jeong (Chonnam national university) and S. Jung (Chonnam National University)

Use of Kissa Software for Accurate Simulation of Electrochemical Problems of Any Compexity – I. Svir, O. Klymenko, A. Oleinick, and C. A. Amatore (Ecole Normale Superieure & CNRS)

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Decoding Multi-Gas Mixtures Using a Mixed-Potential Sensor Array for Vehicular Emission Monitoring – K. P. Ramaiyan (Los Alamos National Laboratory), U. Javed (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Rutgers Univerisity), C. R. Kreller, E. L. Brosha (Los Alamos National Laboratory), A. Morozov (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Rutgers Univerisity), and R. Mukundan (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Nanoelectrode Arrays for in-Situ Identification and Quantification of Halogen Ions – K. C. Klavetter, W. G. Yelton, C. R. Perez, and M. P. Siegal (Sandia National Laboratories) Solid-State Electrochemical Bidirectional Alkali Vapor Source for Cold Atom Microsystems – S. Kang (NIST), R. P. Mott (HRL Laboratories, LLC), K. A. Gilmore (NIST, University of Colorado Boulder), L. D. Sorenson, M. T. Rakher (HRL Laboratories, LLC), E. A. Donley, J. Kitching (NIST), and C. S. Roper (HRL Laboratories, LLC) Rapid Detection of Toxic Heavy Metals with Boron-Doped Diamond Sensors – C. A. Rusinek, M. F. Becker (Fraunhofer USA, Inc.), M. Ensch (Fraunhofer USA, Inc., Michigan State University), R. Rechenberg, A. Hardy, B. Wehring (Fraunhofer USA, Inc.), and T. Schuelke (Fraunhofer USA, Inc., Michigan State University) Break A Simple and Fast Analysis of LSD By Cyclic Voltammetry in Aqueous Medium – M. F. de Oliveira, E. N. Oiye, M. F. M. Ribeiro, and J. M. T. Katayama (Universidade de Sao Paulo FFCLRP Departamento de Quimica) Nested ZnO Nanostructure Gas Sensor with AZO Coating By Atomic Layer Deposition – P. Lin (Applied Research Center, Old Dominion University), X. Chen (Applied Research Center), K. Zhang (Old Dominion University), and H. Baumgart (Applied Research Center) Electrochemical Detection of Sulfanilamide at MWCNT Coated Conducting Polymer Modified Electrode – S. I. Khan (Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur), R. Chillawar, P. Digal, and R. V. Motghare (Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur.) Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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Exploration of New Two Dimensional Titanium Carbides for Room Temperature Gas Sensors – E. Lee (Auburn University), A. V. Mohammadi (Auburn university), D. Lee, J. Yoon, C. Lincoln, M. Beidaghi (Auburn University), S. Woo (Yonsei University), Y. Yoon (Gachon University), and D. J. Kim (Auburn University)

Sensor / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Chesapeake J, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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All Divisions Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Z01 General Student Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Venkat R. Subramanian, Kalpathy B Sundaram, V. Chaitanya, P. Pharkya and Alice H Suroviec •

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(Invited) Intelligent Innovation in the Water Sector. Opportunities and Challenges in Sensor Design for the Drinking and Wastewater Markets – D. Kroll, C. Salzer, R. Young, and V. Rajasekharan (Hach) 08:40 2127 (Invited) Convergence between Academic and Industrial Research:  Practical Implementation in Commercialization of Sensors – L. A. Nagahara (Johns Hopkins University) 09:20 Break 10:00 2128 (Invited) Chemical Sensor Commercialization:  Examples from Printed Amperometric Sensors – M. T. Carter (KWJ Engineering, Inc), J. R. Stetter (SPEC Sensors, LLC), and M. W. Findlay (KWJ Engineering, Inc.) 10:40 2129 Enhanced Optical Coated Witness Plates for the in Situ Monitoring of Spacecraft Health – G. N. Rutherford, E. E. Seasly, M. N. Thornblom (NASA Langley Research Center), I. Cashwell (Center for Materials Research, Norfolk State University), and M. Bahoura (Norfolk State University) 11:00 2130 A Fuel Cell Sensing Platform for Selective Detection of Acetone in Hyperglycemic Patients – A. H. Jalal, Y. Umasankar, M. Chowdhury, and S. Bhansali (Florida International University) 11:20 2131 Long Term Performance of Amperometric Gas Sensors Outside the Lab – M. T. Carter (KWJ Engineering, Inc), M. W. Findlay (KWJ Engineering, Inc.), J. R. Stetter (SPEC Sensors, LLC), L. Ploense, B. J. Meulendyk, V. Patel, G. O’Toole, and W. Escobar (KWJ Engineering, Inc.)

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Tuesday Morning Session – 08:00 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Michael T Carter and Praveen K. Sekhar 08:00

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Electrochemical Properties of Single GrainBoundary and Pit Initiation Sites of Sensitized Stainless Steel – N. Ida, I. Muto, Y. Sugawara, and N. Hara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

Relationship between Ionic Interation and NMR Relaxation Behavior in LiClO4-PC Solution Coexisting with Fumed Metal Oxide – M. Takemoto (Kobe Univercity), H. Maki, M. Matsui, and M. Mizuhata (Kobe University) Physicochemical Properties of Dialkyl Ethers – N. Nambu, S. Suzuki, and M. Ogasawara (Tokyo Polytechnic University) Detection of Absorbed Hydrogen into Pure Iron By TiO2 Thin Film – T. Sato, Y. Sugawara, I. Muto, and N. Hara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University) Post Synthesis Treatment of Tunnel Manganese Oxide Nanowires for Improved Electrocatalytic Activity in Oxygen Evolution Reactions (OER) – P. J. West, B. Byles, and E. Pomerantseva (Drexel University) Co, N-Doped Carbon Nanomaterial As a HighPerformance Catalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – R. Zierath, W. Li, and S. Zou (American University) Investigation of the Role That Bulk Electrolysis Conditions Play in the Evaluation of New Energy Storage Materials – J. A. Kowalski and F. R. Brushett (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Synthesis of Nanoscale Li7La3Zr2O12 Solid State Electrolyte By Spray Drying – M. J. Uddin (Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, North Carolina A&T State University), A. R. Letfullina (Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, University of North Carolina at Greensboro), P. K. Alaboina, J. S. Cho, and S. J. Cho (Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, North Carolina A&T State University) Nanoporous Electrospun Li7La3Zr2O12 As Filler in PEO/Litfsi Hybrid Electrolyte – A. R. Letfullina (University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering), M. J. Uddin (Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, North Carolina A&T State University), J. S. Cho, P. K. Alaboina (North Carolina A&T State University, Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering), and S. J. Cho (Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering (JSNN), North Carolina A&T State University) Ionic Liquid Enhanced Polymer Elcetrolytes for Environmental Friendly Electric Double Layer Capacitors – K. A. Francis (University of Malaya), C. W. Liew (Xiamen University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), K. Ramesh, S. Ramesh (Faculty of Science, University of Malaya), and S. Ramesh (Faculty of Engineering, University of Malaya) Soft Materials for the Lithium-Air Battery Electrode – E. M. Gould and P. S. Clegg (University of Edinburgh) Carbon Nitride-Based Hollow Sphere As Polysulfides-Shuttle Restricting Host for Lithium Sulfur Battery – Z. Meng (Chinese Academy of Sciences), H. Ying (Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology and Engineering), and W. Han (Zhejiang University)

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Uniform Distribution of Sn Nanoparticles in Carbon Matrix As Anodes for HighPerformance Lithium-Ion Batteries – W. Han (Zhejiang University), H. Ying (Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology and Engineering, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences), and F. Xin (Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology and Engineering) The Synthesis and Application of Llzo Ultrathin Electrolyte Film – X. Yan, Z. Li (Ningbo Institute of Industrial Technology), and W. Han (Zhejiang University) Fundamental Electrochemical Study of Manganese Redox States in Nonaqueous Battery Solvents – O. C. Harris (Drexel University) Smooth Li Electrodeposition on Single Crystal Cu Current Collectors – K. Ishikawa, Y. Ito, S. Harada, M. Tagawa, and T. Ujihara (Nagoya University) Hybrid Battery System to Achieve High Power and High Energy for Automotive Applications – H. Kim and S. Jung (Chonnam National University) Solvothermal Preparation of Microspherical Flowerlike Ni(OH)2/Graphene Oxide Electrode for Electrochemical Capacitor Application – A. A. Khaleed (Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria), A. Bello, J. K. Dangbegnon, O. Olaniyan (University of Pretoria), B. W. Mwakikunga (CSIR- National Centre for Nano-Structured Materials), and N. Manyala (University of Pretoria) Structure and Electrochemistry of Chromium Substituted Lithium Vanadyl Phosphate for Lithium-Ion Batteries – K. Lee (Binghamton University), C. Siu, Y. Chung (NECCES at Binghamton University), N. A. Chernova, F. Omenya, M. S. Whittingham (Binghamton University), Y. C. Lin (University of California San Diego), and S. P. Ong (University of California, San Diego) Functional Carbon Surfaces for Stable Sodium-Ion SEI Formation – S. Lee and M. Tang (Drexel University) Mechanical Modeling of Agglomerate in Lithium-Ion Battery Electrodes – B. Wu and W. Lu (University of Michigan) Structure-Property-Process Relationships of Melt-Blown PVDF: A Potential Li-Ion Battery Separator – S. Luiso, P. S. Fedkiw, R. J. Spontak (Dept. of Chem. and Biomolec. Engr., NC State University), and B. Pourdeyhimi (The Nonwovens Institute, NC State University) Synthetic Control of Manganese Birnessite:  Impact of Crystallite Size on Li, Na, and Mg Based Electrochemistry – J. Yin, E. S. Takeuchi, K. J. Takeuchi, and A. C. Marschilok (Stony Brook University) Improvement of Rate Performance of LiFePO4 Cathode with Porous LiFePO4/Activated Carbon Hybrid Electrode Structure – T. Tsuda, N. Ando, T. Gunji, T. Tanabe, S. Kaneko (Kanagawa University), K. Itagaki, N. Soma (Wired Co., Ltd), S. Nakamura (National Insititute of Technology Nagaoka College), and F. Matsumoto (Kanagawa University)

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Synthesis of Water-Resistant thin TiOx LayerCoated High-Capacity LiNiaCobAl1-a-BO2 (a > 0.85) Cathode and Its Stable Charge/Discharge Cycle Cathode Performance to Apply a WaterBased Hybrid Polymer Binder to Li-Ion Batteries – Y. Liu, T. Tanabe, K. Miyamoto (Kanagawa University), Y. Irii, F. Maki (Nihon Kagaku Sango Co., Ltd.), T. Gunji, S. Kaneko (Kanagawa University), S. Ugawa, H. J. Lee (JSR Corporation), T. Ohsaka, and F. Matsumoto (Kanagawa University) Improvement of Charge/Discharge Capacity of Lithium-Air Battery Using Porous Carbon Nanotube Electrode – M. Matsumoto (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyushu University), M. Eguchi, T. Ishihara (Kyushu University), and T. Fujigaya (PRESTO-JST) Dependence of Double Layer Capacitance on Pore Diameter of Carbon Coated Porous Si – Y. Takiguchi, H. Maki, and M. Mizuhata (Kobe University) Electrochemical and Chemical Stability of Solid Electrolyte–Electrode Interfaces: A First Principles Computation Study – Y. Zhu, X. He, and Y. Mo (University of Maryland, College Park) Development of Rechargeable Metal Hydride/ Air Laminate Cell – S. Kino, K. Kawaguchi, and M. Morimitsu (Doshisha University) Importance of Electronic Conductivity in the Reversibility and Rate Capability of Metal Oxide Lithium Battery Anodes – A. Palmieri, B. Ng, A. Oliveira, and W. E. Mustain (University of Connecticut) Crystal Structure Analysis of Electrochemically Magnesiated MgxLi0.1Mn0.54Ni0.13Co0.13O2 – R. Nishigami, N. Ishida, N. Kitamura, and Y. Idemoto (Tokyo University of Science) The Design and Investigation Zinc-Air Flow Battery with Automatic Control System – J. Si, D. Zheng, G. Wang, D. Liu, J. Harris, and D. Qu (University of Wisconsin Milwaukee) Synthetic Control of Crystallite Size of Silver Vanadium Phosphorous Oxide (Ag0.50VOPO4·1.9H2O): Impact on Electrochemistry – M. M. Huie, E. S. Takeuchi, K. J. Takeuchi, and A. C. Marschilok (Stony Brook University) Investigation of the Porosity and Tortuosity of Silicon-Graphite Electrodes in Lithium-Ion Batteries – M. Wetjen, D. Pritzl, S. Niesen, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich) Enhanced Cycle Performance of MnO2 Supercapacitors By Ultrasonic-Assisted Electrodeposition – C. Xu and J. Liu (Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology and Engineering) Individually Dispersing Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes in Water without Cutting – P. Wang, M. Kim, Z. Peng, C. Sun, J. Mok, A. Lieberman (University of Maryland), and Y. Wang (Maryland NanoCenter) Three-Dimensional Pore-Controlled Nitrogen-Doped Graphene Hydrogels for High-Performance Supercapacitor Developed through Properly Modulating By Formamide – Y. Wang and Z. Wei (Chongqing University)

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Synthesis of Nitrogen-Doped Hierarchical Porous Carbons By a Phase-TransitionAssisted Method – W. Li, W. Ding (Chongqing university), and Z. Wei (Chongqing University) Effect of Frequency on Structure of Porous Alumina Formed By Indirect Oxidation – M. Ishino, H. Hashimoto, and H. Asoh (Kogakuin University) Effect of Electric Field Strength on Barrier Layer Thickness and Anion Incorporation of Anodic Porous Alumina – A. Takao, H. Hashimoto, H. Asoh, and S. Ono (Kogakuin University) Metal-Assisted Chemical Etching of GaAs Using Au Nanodots – R. Imai (Graduate School of Engineering, Kogakuin University), H. Hashimoto, and H. Asoh (Kogakuin University) Real-Time Microelectrochemical Observation of Very Early Stage of Pitting on Carbon Steel in Chloride Solution – M. Kadowaki, I. Muto, Y. Sugawara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University), T. Doi, K. Kawano (Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation), and N. Hara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University) In Situ Microscope Observation of Pitting Corrosion on Al-Mg Alloy Using Micro Electrochemical Measurement and Effects of pH on Dissolution Behavior – H. Kakinuma, I. Muto, Y. Sugawara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University), Y. Oya, Y. Kyo (UACJ Corporation R&D Division), and N. Hara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University) Anisotropic Etching Characteristics of the Copper Electrodeposits with a Preferred Orientation on Si Substrates – S. H. Kim, C. M. Park (Dept. Materials Science and Engineering Dong-A Univ.), S. Mun (Samsung Electro-Mechanics), and H. J. Lee (Dept. Materials Science and Engineering Dong-A Univ.) Effect of Applied Stress on Pitting Corrosion Behavior of Type 304 Stainless Steel in Chloride Environment – S. Tokuda, I. Muto, Y. Sugawara, and N. Hara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University) Phase-Field Modeling of pH-Dependent Corrosion Reactions at an Iron/Aqueous Solution Interface – C. Tsuyuki, A. Yamanaka (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), and Y. Ogimoto (Fuji Electric Co., Ltd.) Dependence of Crystal Structure and Electronic Structures, Dielectric and Piezoelectric Properties on Composition for (K, Na)NbO3-(Bi, Na)TiO3 – H. Shiikuma, N. Ishida, N. Kitamura, and Y. Idemoto (Tokyo University of Science) Effects of Reaction Conditions on Electroreduction of Biomass-Derived Furfural and Its Side Reactions in Acidic Electrolyte – S. Jung, A. N. Karaiskakis, and E. J. Biddinger (The City College of New York, CUNY)

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Robust Diamond Electrodes for Electrochemical Applications – M. Ensch (Michigan State University), C. A. Rusinek, M. Becker, R. Rechenberg, A. Hardy, B. Wehring (Fraunhofer USA, Inc.), and T. Schuelke (Michigan State University) Electrochemical Reactions of White Phosphorus and Ketones – E. Gorbachuk (Kazan Federal University, A.E.Arbuzov Institute of Organic and Physical Chemistry), E. Badeeva (A. E. Arbuzov Institute of Organic and Physical Chemistry), E. HeyHawkins (University Leipzig, Institute of Inorganic Chemistry), and D. Yakhvarov (Kazan Federal University, A.E.Arbuzov Institute of Organic and Physical Chemistry) Electrochemical Characterization of Mixed Electrolyte of Alkaline Quinone Flow Battery – K. Kim (Chonnam National University), S. Kim (Energy planet Co.), and S. Jung (Chonnam National University) Electrochemical Discussion of Various Materials Modified By Friction Reforming Suitable for Marine Environment – Z. Yao, F. Toshikazu, and J. Tatsuhiro (Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology) A Simple Electrochemical Method for Preparing Gold Nanoparticles on Graphite – Y. Fukuda, Y. Mukouyama (Tokyo Denki University), and T. Nishimura (ORIST) Electrodeposition and Anodization of Al–W Alloy Films – S. Higashino, M. Miyake, T. Ikenoue, and T. Hirato (Kyoto University) Effect of Cu Addition and Annealing on Electrodeposited Bi-Te Films for Micro Thermoelectric Devices – M. Sugie, D. Furuyama (Dept. of Applied Chemistry, Waseda Univ.), M. Saito (Res. Org. for Nano&Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.), Y. Sonobe (Samsung R&D Institute Japan), H. Takahashi (Dept. of Applied Physics, The Univ. of Tokyo), I. Terasaki (Dept. of Physics, Nagoya Univ.), and T. Homma (Res. Org. for Nano&Life Innovation, Waseda Univ., Dept. of Applied Chemistry, Waseda University) Electrochemical Synthesis of Well-Ordered Macroporous Structures of Nickel – Ruthenium Alloys with Low Overpotential on Hydrogen Evolution Reaction – D. Kutyla, K. Kolczyk, R. Kowalik, and P. Zabinski (AGH University of Science and Technology) Spontaneous Motion of Oil Droplets on Au Electrode during Sn Electrodeposition: Factors Creating Imbalance of Interfacial Tension – Y. Ishibashi, Y. Fukuda, Y. Yamada, Y. Mukouyama (Tokyo Denki University), S. Nakanishi (Osaka University), and S. Yae (University of Hyogo) Coalescence of Nickel Nanowires By Proton Ions Beam Irradiation – S. Honey (Centre of Excellence in Solid State Physics, UNESCOUNISA & IThemba LABS South Africa), I. Ahmad (National Centre for Physics), and M. Malik (iThemba Labs, Somerset West 7129, South Africa) Contact Joining Study of Copper and Nickel Nanowires – S. Honey (Centre of Excellence in Solid State Physics, UNESCO-UNISA & IThemba LABS South Africa) and I. Ahmad (National Centre for Physics) 141

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Reduction in Diameters of Copper Nanowires Due to Low Energy Hydrogen Ions Beam Irradiation-Induced Sputtering Phenomenon – S. Honey (Centre of Excellence in Solid State Physics, UNESCO-UNISA & IThemba LABS South Africa), M. Morgan (iThemba LABS, National Research Foundation), I. Ahmad (UNESCO-UNISA Africa Chair in Nanosciences, National Center for Physics), M. Maaza (UNESCO-UNISA Africa Chair in Nanosciences, iThemba Labs, Somerset West 7129, South Africa), and S. Naseem (Centre of Excellence in Solid State Physics) Accurate Modeling of Gate-Induced Drain Leakage for III-V Mosfets – S. Kim and S. Salahuddin (University of California, Berkeley) Fabrication of Channel Type Mixing Devices for Efficient Solvent Extraction for High Purity Silica Production – Y. V. Akash (Dept. of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, Waseda Univ.), M. Mimura (Dept. of Applied Chemistry, Waseda University), M. Kunimoto (Waseda University, Res. Org. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda University), Y. Fukunaka (Res. Org. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda University), and T. Homma (Res. Org. for Nano&Life Innovation, Waseda Univ., Dept. of Applied Chemistry, Waseda University) Mechanical-Electrical Behaviour of Conductive Polymer / Metal Composite for Flexible Interconnect – R. Sato (National Institute for Material Science), J. Kawakita, T. Chikyow (National Institute for Materials Science), and Y. Sakamoto (Chiba Institute of Technology) Homogeneous Catalysts for Hydrogen Generation Reactions Based on Nickel (II), Manganese (II), Cobalt (II), and Iron (II) Ions – Z. Messegee, J. M. Long, E. Robertson, Q. Quach, R. Whiteman (Christopher Newport University), and T. M. Abdel-Fattah (Applied Research Center, Jefferson National Lab) Nickel-Tungsten Composite Anodes, in Anion Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – M. Rezaei Talarposhti, A. J. Roy, A. Serov (University of New Mexico), K. Artyushkova (Center for Micro-Engineered Materials), B. Zulevi (Pajarito Powder LLC), and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico) Yolk@Shell Bimetallic Nanomaterials Synthesis Creating Bifunctional Catalysts – a Proof-of-Concept Study – F. Fink (Freiburger Materialforschungszentrum, University Freiburg), A. Guiet (Université du Maine, Institut des Molécules et Matériaux), and A. Fischer (Freiburger Materialforschungszentrum, University Freiburg) Effects of Particle Size and Substrate Charge on Alkaline Hydroelectrocatalysis – J. C. Gallup (Drexel University) and M. H. M. Tang (Stanford University) Oxygen Reduction Reaction Activity of Pt-Ni Nanoparticles Prepared By Using Arc Plasma Deposition – Y. Hara, A. Araki, M. Kato, and I. Yagi (Hokkaido University) Characterization of Perfluorinated Sulfonic Acid Proton Exchange Membranes with Heteropolyacid Functionalized Fluoroelastomer – J. Hoffman, A. M. Herring, A. R. Motz, M. C. Kuo, and T. P. Pandey (Colorado School of Mines)

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The Electrochemical Activity of Nitrogen Doped Graphene Towards Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Ionic Liquid at Intermediate Temperature – H. Puthen Peediyakkal, S. Kikuchi, J. Yu, H. Munakata, and K. Kanamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University) Investigation of Defect and Electronic Structures of La6WO12-Based Protonic Conductors By a Combination of Total Scattering Measurement and Theoretical Calculation – M. Ozeki, N. Kitamura, N. Ishida, and Y. Idemoto (Tokyo University of Science) Various Mesoporous Structured-Bifunctional Catalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction and Oxygen Evolution Reaction – S. Lee, N. I. Kim, and J. Y. Park (Sejong University) Determining “Apparent” Diffusion of Electrons through a Nafion Membrane Using Hydrodynamic Voltammetry – M. K. Reynolds and D. W. Paul (University of Arkansas) Investigating Novel Anion-Conducting Polymers Via X-Ray Scattering – E. M. Schibli, A. G. Wright, S. Holdcroft, and B. J. Frisken (Simon Fraser University) Understanding the pH Dependence of the Reversible Hydrogen Reaction through Modified Low Index Pt Single Crystals – S. Intikhab, J. D. Snyder, and M. Tang (Drexel University) Self-Assembly- and Preshaping-Assisted Synthesis of Ultrathin Nitrogen-Doped Graphitic Carbon Lamellas Supported Molybdenum Carbide for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction – L. Peng, L. Zhang, J. Shen, and Z. Wei (Chongqing University) Controlled Synthesis of Hollow Micro/MesoPore Nitrogen-Doped Carbon with Tunable Wall Thickness and Specific Surface Area As Efficient Electrocatalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – R. Wu (Chongqing university), S. Chen, and Z. Wei (Chongqing University) Using Redox-Induced Proton Transfer to Convert a Weak 3-H-Bond Dimer to a Strong 3-H-Bond Dimer – H. Choi and D. K. Smith (San Diego State University) Synthetic Melanin Films As Potential Interfaces for Peroxynitrite Detection and Quantification – H. Kalil, C. Kay, O. AlMahmoud, and M. Bayachou (Cleveland State University) Redox-Dependent Binding to an Electroactive Urea: Comparison of Ferrocene and Phenylenediamine Redox Couples with Two Different Guests – K. Logan and D. K. Smith (San Diego State University) Evaluating the Roles of Proton Transfer and H-Bonding in the Electron Transfer Reactions of Organic Redox Couples in Non-Aqueous Solvents: Oxidation of Phenylenediamines in the Presence of Added Bases in Acetonitrile – T. D. Pham and D. K. Smith (San Diego State University) Evaluation of Morphology-Related Factors That Influence the Product Selectivity on Polycrystalline Cu – A. N. Karaiskakis and E. J. Biddinger (The City College of New York, CUNY)

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Nickel Nanocluster Loaded Black Titania for Photocatalytic Reduction of CO2 into Solar Fuels: Computational and Experimental Studies – T. B. Reta (Inst.of Atomic and Molecular Sci,Academia Sinica, Nano Science and Technology Program,Academia Sinica), F. Y. Fu (Institute of Optoelectronic Science, NTOU, Center for Condensed Matter Sciences,NTU), P. Raghunath (Center for Interdisciplinary Molecular Science,NCTU), I. Shown (Inst. of Atomic and Molecular Sci., Academia Sinica), W. F. Chen (National Taiwan University), T. H. Shen (Inst. of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica), M. C. Lin (Center for Interdisciplinary Molecular Science,NCTU), C. H. Lee (Dept of Engineering and System Science, NTHU), J. S. Hwang (Institute of Optoelectronic Science, NTOU), L. C. Chen (CCMS, National Taiwan University), and K. H. Chen (Inst. of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica) Relationship Between ORR Catalytic Activity and D-Band Center of Pt Nanoparticle Deposited on Metal Oxide Support Materials – F. Ando, T. Tanabe, T. Gunji, T. Tsuda, S. Kaneko (Kanagawa University), T. Takeda (Sankei Giken Kogyo Co., Ltd.), T. Ohsaka, and F. Matsumoto (Kanagawa University) Properties of Concentrated Aqueous Electrolyte Solution in a Vicinal Region of Coexisting Solid Surface – N. Kunikata, M. Matsui, H. Maki, and M. Mizuhata (Kobe University) N-Shaped Negative Differential Resistance in the Oxidation of Methanol on Platinum in the Absence of Water – S. Yamaguchi, T. Kuge, M. Kikuchi, Y. Mukouyama (Tokyo Denki University), and S. Nakanishi (Osaka University) Methanol Production – a Key Intermediate in the Electrochemical Interconversion of Organics to Chemicals and Fuels – T. J. Omasta, X. Peng, and W. E. Mustain (University of Connecticut) Biomass-Derived Porous Carbon As NobleMetal Free Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – C. Culhane, X. Liu, and S. Zou (American University) Development of a Portable Nickel-Based Sensor for Hydroxyl Ion – B. Jafari, M. Muthuvel, and G. G. Botte (Ohio University) Effects of Oxide Composition of Amorphous RuO2-Ta2O5 Catalyst on Electrochemical Sensing to Hydrogen Carbonate Ion – C. Iketani, A. Honda, and M. Morimitsu (Doshisha University) On-Chip Detection of Hydrogen Peroxide with Bimetallic Nanoparticles in Electrochemical Microfluidic Sensor – E. Ko, V. K. Tran (Hanyang university), Y. Geng, M. K. Kim, G. H. Jin (Hanyang University), and G. H. Seong (Hanyang university)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

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Energy-Water Nexus

All Divisions / Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee National Harbor 10, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Advanced Membrane Separation for Energy-Water – 08:00 – 09:20 Co-Chairs: Gerardine G Botte and Andrew M Herring 08:00

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(Invited) Membrane Science and Technology for Water-Energy-Food Nexus Applications – B. D. Freeman (The University of Texas at Austin) New Anion Exchange Membranes Tailored to Address Problems in Energy Conversion and Water Purification – A. M. Herring, T. P. Pandey, H. N. Sarode, Y. Liu, and M. C. Kuo (Colorado School of Mines) Rationale Design of Ion-Exchange Membranes for Low Energy Brackish Water Desalination Via Membrane Capacitive Deionization – C. G. Arges and V. M. Palakkal (Louisiana State University)

Fuel Cells & Electrolysis for Energy-Water – 09:20 – 11:20 Co-Chairs: Andrew M Herring and Gerardine G Botte 09:20

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SOFC Co-Generation of Electricity and Clean Water – E. D. Wachsman and T. H. Hays (University of Maryland) Break Food Waste to Feed-Stock Chemicals, Using Microbial Consortia and Bio-Hybrid Fuel Cells – D. M. Mackie, J. P. Jahnke, M. S. Benyamin, H. M. LeFors, and C. J. Sund (Army Research Laboratory) Treatment of Acid Mine Drainage from an Abandoned Coal Mine in a Mcirobial Fuel Cell – J. Liu (Southern Illinois University Carbondale) Ammonia Electrolysis in a Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plant – G. G. Botte (Ohio University, Center for Electrochemical Engineering Research) Design of Iron-Based Nanomaterials As Catalysts for Efficient Water Treatment and Electrochemical Energy Conversion – M. Abolhassani, P. Acharya, S. L. Foster, D. Suttmiller, S. I. P. Bakovic, and L. F. Greenlee (University of Arkansas)

Value Added Chemical Co-Production – 11:20 – 12:40 Chair: Ramaraja P. Ramasamy 11:20

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Conversion of Saline Water and Carbon Dioxide into Value-Added Chemicals By Electrodialysis – A. Bonakdarpour, S. Dara (University of British Columbia, Mangrove Water Technologies), M. Ho (University of British Columbia), A. Lam (Mangrove Water Technologies), and D. P. Wilkinson (University of British Columbia, Mangrove Water Technologies) Organic Molecular Catalyst for Electrochemical Production of Hydrogen Peroxide – X. Yin (Los Alamos National Laboratory), L. Lin (Los Alamos National Laboratory, University of Science and Technology of China), U. Martinez, H. T. Chung, and P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory) 143

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Evaluating the Potential for Hydrogen Production with Donnan-Driven Multi-Ion Exchange Membrane Based Systems – M. Nazemi (George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering), A. Agles, K. Dobson (Georgia Institute of Technology), and M. C. Hatzell (Georgia Institute of Techology) Sustainable, Inexpensive Synthesis of High Purity Graphite from Biomass with Excellent Performance in Li-Ion Battery Anodes – N. A. Banek, D. T. Abele, K. R. McKenzie Jr., and M. J. Wagner (The George Washington University)

Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center Z03 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Electrochemical Ferrates for Drinking Water Treatment: Quantification, Synthesis and Degradation Studies – M. Cataldo, A. Bonakdarpour, G. Afonso, M. Mohseni, and D. P. Wilkinson (University of British Columbia) Three Dimensional Electrodes for Seawater Desalination – S. Alsaedi (1982) Amorphous Iron-Nickel (oxo)Hydroxide Nano-Particles Immobilized on SnO2 Nanotube Arrays As an Integrate Anode for Oxygen-Evolution Reaction – R. Xiang and Z. Wei (Chongqing University)

The Brain and Electrochemistry

All Divisions / Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee National Harbor 11, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Summit on Neural Health – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Hariklia (Lili) Deligianni and Christina Bock 08:00 08:05 2286

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Introductory Remarks (Invited) Brain Initiative & Biomaterials Research Support at the National Science Foundation – A. Simonian (National Science Foundation) (Invited) The NIH BRAIN Initiative – the Road Thus Far and into the Future – N. B. Langhals (National Institutes of Health) (Invited) The Biotic/Abiotic Interface between Neuromodulation Electrodes and the Peripheral Nervous System – M. B. Wolfson (NIH/NIBIB) Break (Invited) A FDA Staff Perspective on Navigating the Regulatory Landscape and Moving Medical Devices to the Marketplace – K. Wachrathit (US FDA, CDRH, Office of Device Evaluation) (Invited) Reanimating Paralyzed Limbs and the Future of Bioelectronic Medicine – C. Bouton (The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research)

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(Invited) Invasive Cortical Microelectrode Array Longitudinal Performance: Temporal Dynamics of Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy and Multiunit Activity – C. Welle (University of Colorado Denver, Anschutz Medical Campus), M. G. Street (US FDA), K. Ruda (Duke University), E. Civillico (National Institutes of Health), and P. A. Takmakov (US FDA) Panel Discussion

Neural Interfaces and Novel Materials – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Hariklia (Lili) Deligianni, Nick Brandon Langhals and Pavel A Takmakov 2292

(Invited) From Flexible Fibers to Nanomagnetics: Minimally Invasive Sensors and Actuators of Neural Activity – P. Anikeeva (MIT) 14:20 2293 (Invited) Neuroengineering Overview – O. A. Shemesh and E. S. Boyden (MIT) 14:40 2294 (Invited) Neural Stimulation and Recording Electrodes – S. F. Cogan (University Of Texas at Dallas) 15:00 Break 15:20 2295 (Invited) Quantification and Manipulation of the Microelectrode-Tissue Interface for Neural Prostheses – K. J. Otto (University of Florida) 15:40 2296 (Invited) Multimodal Microelectrode Failure Analysis Reveals Complex Relationship at the Neural Interface – T. D. Y. Kozai (University of Pittsburgh) 16:00 2297 (Invited) Using Electrochemical Measurements to Diagnose Neural Interface Electrodes – P. Troyk (Illinois Institute of Technology, Sigenics, Inc) and G. DeMichele (Sigenics, Inc) 16:20 Break 16:40 2298 (Invited) Next Generation Strategy for Reproducible, Compliant Microelectrode Arrays – J. J. Pancrazio (UT Dallas), W. E. Voit (University of Texas at Dallas), and J. R. Capadona (Case Western Reserve University) 17:00 2299 (Invited) Electrochemical Deposition of Conjugated Polymers in the Brain – D. C. Martin (The University of Delaware), L. Ouyang (Linkopping University), and V. Subramanian (The University of Delaware) 17:20 2300 (Invited) Stability of PEDOT:PSS Coating Under Electrical Stimulation – a Bench Study – A. Shi, J. Braunschweig, E. Scott, T. Denison (Medtronic plc), and J. Hu (University of Minnesota) 17:40 2301 (Invited) Development of Flexible Conductive Polymer Electrodes for Recording and Stimulation of Neural Tissue – D. Merrill, A. Thiessen, C. Smith, and D. McDonnall (Ripple) 14:00

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Highlights 0830h ��������� ECS Data Sciences Hack Day, Maryland 1 0850h ��������� E2S: Sensors for Food Safety, Quality, and Security oral session (Z05), National Harbor 10 0900h ��������� Technical Exhibit, and Career Expo, Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E 1315h ��������� Sensors for Food Safety, Quality, and Security oral session (Z05), National Harbor 10 1340h ��������� High Temperature Materials Division J. Bruce Wagner, Jr. Award Address, National Harbor 7 1400h ��������� Electrodeposition Division Research Award Address, Chesapeake H 1440h ��������� Electrodeposition Division Early Career Investigator Award Address, Chesapeake H 1510h ��������� Battery Division Technology Award Address, Maryland A 1800h ��������� Technical Exhibit, and General Poster Session, Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E

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Battery and Energy Technology Joint General Session

Battery / Energy Technology Maryland D, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Solid State Electrolytes/Lithium Metal Batteries – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Marca Doeff and Mani Manivannan 08:00

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(Invited) Solid State Electrolytes for Beyond Lithium Ion Batteries – V. Thangadurai (University of Calgary) Effect of Alumina Addition on Li6.75La2.75Ca.25Zr1.5Nb.5O12 Lithium Garnet – M. Limpert (U.S. Army RDECOM CERDEC CP&I), G. T. Hitz (University of Maryland Energy Research Center), D. W. McOwen (University of Maryland), T. B. Atwater (U.S. Army RDECOM CERDEC CP&I), and E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland) Investigation of Thermal Compatibility of Various Cathode Materials with Li6.25Al0.25La3Zr2O12 Solid Electrolyte for AllSolid-State Rechargeable Lithium Batteries – H. Munakata, J. Wakasugi, and K. Kanamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University) Complex Hydride Solid-State Electrolytes for Li, Na and Mg Batteries – R. S. Kühnel, Y. Yan, L. Duchêne, E. Roedern, E. Cuervo Reyes, A. Remhof, and C. Battaglia (Empa) Break

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

Metal Hydride–Oxide Paired Anode for All-Solid Li-Ion Batteries – A. El kharbachi (Institute for Energy Technology), H. Uesato, S. Yamaguchi (Hiroshima University), M. H. Sørby (Institute for Energy Technology), H. Miyaoka, T. Ichikawa (Hiroshima University), H. Fjellvåg (University of Oslo, Dept. of Chemistry and SMN), and B. C. Hauback (Institute for Energy Technology) A Novel Ceramic-Polymer Hybrid Electrolyte for Lithium Batteries – S. Zekoll, C. MarrinerEdwards, A. K. Hekselman, J. Kasemchainan, C. Kuss, D. Armstrong (University of Oxford), D. Cai, R. Wallace (University of Edinburgh), F. H. Richter (University of Oxford), J. H. J. Thijssen (University of Edinburgh), and P. G. Bruce (University of Oxford) Solid Polymer Electrolytes Based on Ion Conductive Nanofiber Framework for Lithium Ion Battery – M. Tanaka, T. Watanabe, Y. Inafune, and H. Kawakami (Tokyo Metropolitan University) Engineered Porous Foam Electrodes - New Approaches to Dendrite-Free Anodes for LiMetal Batteries – P. Jampani Hanumantha, B. A. Day (University of Pittsburgh), M. K. Datta (Department of Bioengineering, University of Pittsburgh), P. Murugavel Shanthi (University of Pittsburgh), B. Gattu (Dept of Chemical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh), and P. N. Kumta (Department of Bioengineering, University of Pittsburgh) Impact of Electrolyte Transference Number on Lithium Dendrite Growth Process – P. Barai (Argonne National Laboratory), K. Higa (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and V. Srinivasan (Argonne National Laboratory) Organosulfide-Plasticized Solid-Electrolyte Interphase Layer for Stable Lithium Metal Anodes – G. Li, Y. Gao, X. He, Q. Huang, S. Chen, S. Kim, and D. Wang (The Pennsylvania State University) Liquefied Gas Electrolytes for Electrochemical Energy Storage Devices – Y. Yang, C. S. Rustomji (University of California, San Diego), and Y. S. Meng (University of California San Diego)

Lithium Ion Batteries 1 – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Feng Lin and Thomas Barrera 14:00

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Battery Characterization: Symposium in Honor of Frank McLarnon Battery National Harbor 1, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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Impact of Interconnections, Dynamic Conductivity, Pore Size on the Performance of V2O5 Cathode for Lithium Ion Batteries – N. Kim (Department of Chemistry, University of Maryland), K. Mckelvey (University of Utah), O. Rose (University of Maryland, Department of Chemistry), E. Sahadeo (Department of Chemistry, University of Maryland), C. Liu (Lam Research, University of Maryland), S. B. Lee (University of Maryland, Department of Chemistry), G. W. Rubloff (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Maryland), and H. S. White (University of Utah) PEDOT/PSS-Coated Porous Silicon as anode of lithium-Ion Batteries – Y. Wang and Y. Zhang (Wuhan University of Technology) Analysis of the Synergic Effects in LiFePO4/ Li2CuO2 Cathode Blends for Li Ion Batteries Via Electrochemical and EPR Experiments – C. Juarez-Yescas, G. Guzmán, G. RamosSánchez, N. Aguilar-Eseiza (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa), D. Ramirez-Rosales (Escuela Superior de Física y Matemáticas, IPN), and I. González (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa.) Prediction of Storage Ageing in a Lithium Ion Battery Using an Electrochemical Model – T. R. Ashwin, A. Barai (University of Warwick), J. Chevalier, G. Chouchelamane, L. Somerville (Jaguar Land Rover), A. McGordon (University of Warwick), and J. Marco (WMG - University of Warwick) Lithium Molybdenum Oxyfluorides As HighCapacity Positive Electrodes for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries – N. Takeda, S. Hoshino (Tokyo Denki University), I. Ikeuchi, R. Natsui, K. Nakura (Panasonic Corporation), and N. Yabuuchi (Tokyo Denki University) Capturing Solid Solutions during a First-Order Phase Transition of Li1+XMn2O4 – B. Song, G. M. Veith, P. Whitfield, R. Schmidt, M. J. Kirkham, and A. Huq (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Understanding the Solution Chemistry of Coprecipitation and the Homogeneity of the Precipitated Particle to Achieve Excellent Electrochemical Performance of Transition Metal Oxide Cathode Materials for LithiumIon Batteries – H. Dong, G. Koenig, A. Wang, and A. Barron (University of Virginia) Electrochemical Studies of Solid Electrolyte and Cathode Composite for All Solid Lithium Secondary Battery – S. H. Yang (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology(KITECH)), M. Y. Kim, D. H. Kim (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH)), H. Y. Jung, H. J. Ban, H. M. Ryu (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology(KITECH)), and H. S. Kim (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH)) Three-Dimensional Phase-Field Simulation of Mechano-Electrochemical Behavior in LiCoO2 and Solid Electrode – Y. Suzuki, C. Tsuyuki, A. Yamanaka (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), Y. Asari, and T. Iwasaki (Hitachi, Ltd.)

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Implementation of Tin Dioxide/Graphene/ Graphene Oxide for High Capacity and Long Cycle Life Supercapacitors and As Anode Material for Lithium Ion Batteries – V. Dorvilien, M. LopezdeVictoria (Dept. of Physics, University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, USA), K. Rivera (Dept. of Chemistry, University of Puerto Rico, USA), A. Suleiman (University of Puerto Rico), B. Tripathi Sr. (Department of Physics, University of Puerto Rico San Juan), F. Mendoza (Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Puerto Rico Rio Piedras Campus), C. Cabrera (University of Puerto Rico at Rio Piedras), G. Morell (Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Puerto Rico Rio Piedras Campus), and B. R. Weiner (IFN, University of Puerto Rico) Triisopropoxyboroxine (TiPBx) As an Electrolyte Additive for 18650-Type Li-Ion Batteries – H. Haruna, S. Takahashi, S. Terada (Hitachi, Ltd., Research & Developmant Group), S. Uemura, and Y. Tanaka (Shizuoka University) Intrinsic Challenges in Creating a Reversible Copper(II) Fluoride Cathode for Lithium-Ion Batteries – N. Zagarella, F. Omenya, and M. S. Whittingham (Binghamton University) Resistance Reduction Effect by SDX® in Lithium-Ion Batteries – A. Takeda, T. Nakamura, H. Yokouchi, and H. Tomozawa (Showa Denko K. K.) Synthesis of MnO Nano-Particle@Flourine Doped Carbon and Its Application in Hybrid Supercapacitor – X. Feng, D. Qu (Wuhan university of technology), Z. Xie (Wuhan University of Technology), and X. Wei (Wuhan university of technology) Ammonia-Treated Ordered Mesoporous Carbons with Hierarchical Porosity and Nitrogen-Doping for Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – Y. Li, D. Qu, and D. Liu (Wuhan University of Technology) Clarifying Anionic Redox Chemistry in LiCoO2 By Direct Detection of O-O Bond Length and First-Principle Investigations – E. Hu (Chemistry Division, Brookhaven National Laboratory), X. Wang, J. N. Zhang (Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences), J. Liu (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), S. M. Bak, R. Lin (Chemistry Division, Brookhaven National Laboratory), K. Page (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), R. Xiao, X. Yu, H. Li (Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences), and X. Q. Yang (Chemistry Division, Brookhaven National Laboratory) Subeutectic Growth of Carbon-Coated Silicon Nanowires on Carbon Fabric As SelfSupported Electrodes for Flexible Lithium-Ion Batteries – X. Wang (Concordia University, University of Waterloo), G. Li (University of Waterloo), X. Xiao (General Motors, R&D Center), and Z. Chen (University of Waterloo) Non-Intercalating Phases and Electrochemical Behavior of Lithium-Ion Battery Cathode – A. Mistry and P. P. Mukherjee (Texas A&M University)

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Effect of Using Fluorinated Ether and Sulfone As Electrolyte Solvents for Lithium Ion Batteries with Lithium Rich Layered Cathode and Silicon Oxide Anode – T. Noguchi, T. Hasegawa, H. Yamauchi, I. Yamazaki, and K. Utsugi (IoT Devices Research Laboratories, NEC Corporation) Energetics of Dendrite Propagation in Garnet Solid Electrolytes Using First-Principles Simulations – J. A. Dawson, P. Canepa, J. Statham, S. C. Parker, and M. S. Islam (University of Bath) Electrochemical Performance of LixMn2YFeyO4-ZClz Synthesized through in Situ Glycine Nitrate Combustion – A. L. Ruth, P. C. Latorre (U.S. Army RDECOM CERDEC CP&I), E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland), and T. B. Atwater (U.S. Army RDECOM CERDEC CP&I) Lithium Dendrite Suppression By Polyethylene Oxide Film Coating on Copper Electrode Enable Lithium Metal Anode – A. A. Assegie, B. J. Hwang, J. H. Cheng (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology), W. N. Su (Graduate Institute of Applied Science and Technology), and L. M. Kuo (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology) Understanding Morphology Evolution in Lithium Electrodeposition – D. Tewari, Z. Liu, and P. P. Mukherjee (Texas A&M University) Stabilized Lithium, Manganese AB2O4 Spinel for Rechargeable Lithium Electrochemical Systems through A and B Site Doping – Y. J. Howarth and T. B. Atwater (U.S. Army RDECOM CERDEC CP&I) eQUMEC Software: Multiscale and Multiphysics Simulation/Designing of LiIon Batteries – H. Hosseinzadeh (Rowan University) A Survey on High Rate Performance of LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 As Cathode of Li-Ion Battery – H. Hosseinzadeh (Rowan University) Strategies for Developing High-Energy Density Lithium-Ion Battery Cathodes – W. H. Kan and G. Chen (Energy Storage and Distributed Resources Division, LBNL) ALD Al2O3 Coated TiO2 Nanotube Layers As Anodes for Lithium Ion Batteries – H. Sopha (University of Pardubice), G. Salian (AIX-MARSEILLE UNIVERSITY), R. Zazpe, J. Prikryl, L. Hromadko (University of Pardubice), T. Djenizian (Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne), and J. M. Macak (University of Pardubice) Synthesis and Characterization of HighlyConducting Nanocrystallized Li(Fe1– xMnx)0.88V0.08PO4 Cathode Materials (x = 0.25, 0.5, 0.75) – J. E. Frąckiewicz, T. K. Pietrzak, M. Wasiucionek, and J. E. Garbarczyk (Warsaw University of Technology) Coupled Mechano-Electrochemical Interaction in Silicon Anode with Solid Electrolyte Interphase Layer – A. Verma and P. P. Mukherjee (Texas A&M University) Exploration of Electrolytes for High Voltage Substituted Lithium Cobalt Phosphate Cathode Materia – S. A. Delp, J. L. Allen, and T. R. Jow (U.S. Army Research Laboratory)

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Recovering Lost Capacity of Aged LiMn2O4 from Commercial Aqueous Battery By Direct Relithiation through Hydrothermal Treatment – H. Wang and J. Whitacre (Carnegie Mellon University) Ab-Initio Study of Li-Ion Electrolyte Li2(OH) Cl – J. D. Howard (Wake Forest University), Z. D. Hood (Georgia Institute of Technology, Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and N. A. W. Holzwarth (Wake Forest University) Impact of the Surface on the Delithiation Mechanism of LiNi0.8Co0.15Al0.05O2 positive Electrodes for Li-Ion Batteries – A. Grenier, H. Liu, K. M. Wiaderek, O. J. Borkiewicz, P. J. Chupas, and K. W. Chapman (Argonne National Laboratory) Self-Supported Niobium Doped TiO2 Nanotubes As a Negative Electrode for Lithium-Ion Microbatteries – T. Djenizian (Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne) Mitigation of Failure Propagation in MultiCell Lithium Ion Batteries – L. Torres-Castro, J. Lamb, L. A. M. Steele, G. Quintana, C. Grosso, and J. Stanley (Sandia National Laboratories) Solid-Electrolyte Interphase Reinforcement Strategy through Introducing Covalently Anchored Multi-Functional Components for Li-Alloy Anodes – Y. Gao and D. Wang (The Pennsylvania State University) Molybdenum Substituted Vanadyl Phosphate ε‑VOPO4 for Lithium-Ion Batteries – C. Siu (NECCES at Binghamton University), K. Lee (Binghamton University), F. Omenya (NECCESS at Binghamton University), N. Chernova, M. S. Whittingham (NECCES at Binghamton University), Y. C. Lin (University of California San Diego), and S. P. Ong (University of California, San Diego) Enhancement of Cycle Performance of Si/ TiFeSi2 Nanocomposite As Lithium Storage Material By Mechanical Deformation – H. I. Park, M. Sohn (Hanyang University), J. H. Choi (Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute), C. Park (Iljin electric Co. Ltd.), J. H. Kim (Kookmin University), and H. Kim (Hanyang University) Synthesis of α-Mns Hierarchical Architectures By Chemical Vapor Deposition and Its Application As Anode Electrode for LiIon Batteries – A. Luis Matos (Institute for Functional Nanomaterials, UPR-RP, Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Puerto Rico Rio Piedras Campus), V. Dorvilien (Institute for Functional Nanomaterials, UPR-RP, Dept. of Physics, University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, USA), S. Rodriguez, F. Mendoza (Institute for Functional Nanomaterials, UPR-RP, Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Puerto Rico Rio Piedras Campus), B. R. Weiner (Institute for Functional Nanomaterials, UPR-RP, Dept. of Chemistry, Univ. of Puerto Rico Rio Piedras Campus), and G. Morell (Institute for Functional Nanomaterials, UPR-RP, Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Puerto Rico Rio Piedras Campus) Sodium Titanate Nanowires As High Rate Anode Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries – J. Liao, T. Smith, and Y. Xing (University of Missouri) 153

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First Principles Calculations of Interfacial Models for Nucleation Processes during NiO Conversion Reactions – R. Warburton, H. Yildirim (Purdue University), T. T. Fister (Argonne National Laboratory), G. Evmenenko (Northwestern University), M. K. Y. Chan, P. Fenter (Argonne National Laboratory), M. J. Bedzyk (Northwestern University), and J. Greeley (Purdue University) Thermodynamic Investigation of Selected Compositions in the LiNiO2-LiMnO2-LiCoO2 System As Lithium Ion Battery Cathode Materials – M. Masoumi, D. M. Cupid, and H. J. Seifert (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAM-AWP) A Detailed-Electrochemistry Model of an LiFePO4/Graphite Lithium-Ion Cell Capturing Abuse and Aging Phenomena – C. Kupper, S. Rißmann, and W. G. Bessler (Offenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany) Oxysulfide Lialso: A Lithium Superionic Conductor from First Principles – X. WANG, R. Xiao, H. Li, and L. Chen (Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences) Mechanisms of Degradation and Necessity of ALD Coatings for High Voltage NMC532, NMC622, and NMC811 Li-Ion Cells – K. Dahlberg (XALT Energy, LLC), J. E. Trevey (Forge Nano), D. M. King (PneumatiCoat Technologies), L. David, R. E. Ruther (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), D. L. Wood III (University of Tennessee), L. Stevenson, and D. Townsend (XALT Energy, LLC) Cycling Porous Silicon with Lithium Iron Phosphate for High Performance Li-Ion Batteries – F. B. Song (Rice University), A. Dhanabalan (Group14 Technologies), M. Karulkar (Ford Motor Company), and S. L. Biswal (Rice University) Structural Evolution of Spinel Phases in ‘Layered-Layered-Spinel’ Composite Cathodes – E. Lee (Chemical Sciences and Engineering), Y. Ren (Advanced Photon Source, Argonne National Laboratory), D. Ahn (Beamline Department, Pohang Accelerator Laboratory, Advanced Photon Source, Argonne National Laboratory), J. S. Park (Chemical Sciences and Engineering), D. Mohanty, A. Huq (Spallation Neutron Source, Oak Ridge National Laboratory), J. R. Croy (CSE Division, Argonne National Laboratory), and M. M. Thackeray (Chemical Sciences and Engineering Division) Thermal Runaway Characterization of Li-Ion Batteries Under External Heating Conditions – S. Saxena, Y. Xing, and M. Pecht (CALCE, University of Maryland College Park) Oxygen Evolution and Phase Transformation in LiCoO2 Cathode: A Phase-Field Modeling Study – V. Yurkiv, S. Sharifi-Asl, A. Ramasubramanian, R. Shahbazian-Yassar, and F. Mashayek (University of Illinois at Chicago) Develop a Facil Syntheis Process for Si-Alloy Anode Material for Li-Ion Batteries – J. Yang (Wildcat Discovery Technology) and B. Li (Wildcat Discovery Technologies)

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Origin of the Self-Limited Energy Density of Oxide Cathode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries – S. H. Wei (Beijing Computational Science Reseach Center) and P. Zhang (Beijing Computational Science Research Center) Three-Dimensional Electric Micro-Grid Network for High-Energy-Density LithiumIon Battery Cathodes – N. Zettsu (Department of Materials Chemistry, Shinshu University), D. W. Kim (Shinshu University), and K. Teshima (Department of Materials Chemistry, Shinshu University) Improvement of Specific Capacitance in Lithium Ion Batteries By Mesoporous Carbon Hybrid Nanostructures – V. Dorvilien (Dept. of Physics, University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, USA), C. V. Rojas (Dept. of Chemistry, University of Puerto Rico, USA), N. Santa Cruz (Universidad de Puerto Rico), M. LopezdeVictoria (Dept. of Physics, University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, USA), K. Rivera (Dept. of Chemistry, University of Puerto Rico, USA), T. B. Limbu (Dept. of Physics, University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, USA), F. Mendoza, G. Morell (Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Puerto Rico Rio Piedras Campus), and B. R. Weiner (Dept. of Chemistry, Univ. of Puerto Rico Rio Piedras Campus) Characterization and Modelling of an PhysicoChemical Impedance Battery Model Based on the Tesla Model S Cell with the Help of Half-Cell Measurements – F. E. Hust, H. Witzenhausen, P. Shafiei Sabet (RWTH Aachen University - ISEA), A. Warnecke (Jülich Aachen Research Alliance, JARAEnergy), and D. U. Sauer (RWTH Aachen University - ISEA) Silicon Nanowire Cocooned in Graphene like Carbon with One-Dimensional Si Anode for Lithium-Ion Battery – S. Y. Lim and D. Whang (Sungkyunkwan University) Alginate Based Binder Materials for High Capacity Silicon Anodes – T. Mokkelbost, N. P. Wagner, A. Tøndervik, J. R. Tolchard, E. Sheridan (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), J. P. Mæhlen (Institute for Energy Technology), J. Voje (Elkem Technology AS), T. Helgerud (FMC Biopolymer AS), and A. M. Svensson (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) Role of Solution Chemistry in Composition of Lithium-Ion Battery Precursors – G. Koenig, H. Dong, A. Barron, and A. Wang (University of Virginia) Lithium Oxalate As Capacity Enhancer in LiMn1.5Ni0.5O4/Graphite and LiMn1.5Ni0.5O4/ Si:G Full Cells – S. Solchenbach, M. Wetjen, D. Pritzl, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich) A Study of Esters As Co-Solvents in LithiumIon Batteries – X. Ma, R. Senthil Arumugam, S. Glazier (Dalhousie University), L. Ma (Dept. of Chemistry, Dalhousie University), J. Xia (Dep. of Physics, Dalhousie University), and J. R. Dahn (Dalhousie University)

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Considerations in Electrode Prepartion of SiBased Slurries for Comercial Li-Ion Batteries – K. A. Hays (Oakridge National Lab), G. M. Veith (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), B. Key (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), J. Li, Y. Sheng (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and D. L. Wood III (University of Tennessee) Large Lithium Storage of Hydrothermally Synthesized TiNb2O7 Particles – K. Ise, F. Tejima, S. Morimoto, Y. Harada, and N. Takami (Corporate Research & Development Center, Toshiba Corp.) Virtual Design of Thick Electrodes for Li-Ion Batteries – T. Danner (Helmholtz-Institute Ulm (HIU), German Aerospace Center (DLR)), S. Hein (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), German Aerospace Center (DLR)), D. Westhoff (Institute of Stochastics, University of Ulm), W. Haselrieder (Institute for Particle Technology, TU Braunschweig), V. Schmidt (Institute of Stochastics, University of Ulm), A. Kwade (Institute for Particle Technology, TU Braunschweig), and A. Latz (Institute of Electrochemistry, University of Ulm, German Aerospace Center (DLR)) Single-Frequency Battery State-of-Health Diagnostic for LiFePO4 Cells in 4P1S Array – B. Huhman (US Naval Research Laboratory) Comparisons of Ageing and Temperature Impacts on Nonlinear and Linear Dynamic Responses of Lithium-Ion Batteries – N. Harting, N. Wolff, F. Röder, and U. Krewer (Inst. of Energy & Process Systems Eng., TU Braunschweig, Battery LabFactory Braunschweig) Ageing Induced Changes in a LithiumIon Battery Analysed By Correlating EIS Simulations and Experiments – N. Wolff (Inst. of Energy & Process Systems Eng., TU Braunschweig, Battery LabFactory), M. Heinrich (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, Inst. of Energy & Process Systems Eng., TU Braunschweig), F. Röder (Inst. of Energy & Process Systems Eng., TU Braunschweig, Battery LabFactory Braunschweig), S. Seitz (PhysikalischTechnische Bundesanstalt), and U. Krewer (Inst. of Energy & Process Systems Eng., TU Braunschweig, Battery LabFactory Braunschweig) Investigation of an Automotive Battery Pack Cell – C. Rahe (HI MS, IEK-12, Forschungszentrum Jülich), E. Figgemeier, and D. U. Sauer (HI MS, IEK-12, Forschungszentrum Jülich, RWTH Aachen University, ISEA) Morphology Impact By Graphite Variations on Silicon-Alloy Negative Electrodes for Lithium-Ion-Batteries – L. K. Becker (RWTH Aachen University, ISEA), E. Figgemeier, and D. U. Sauer (RWTH Aachen University, ISEA, HI MS, IEK-12, Forschungszentrum Jülich) Highly Efficient Gel Polymer Electrolyte Operating at Room Temperature for All Solid State Battery Applications – G. Piana, V. Armel (CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus), S. Franger, J. M. Duffault (ICMMO-ERIEE, UMR CNRS-UPS 8182, Université Paris Sud), and H. Porthault (CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus) 155

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High Energy Lithium-Ion Battery Using Substituted LiCoPO4 – D. Liu, C. Kim, M. Cho, A. Guerfi, K. Zaghib (Research Institute of Hydro-Quebec (IREQ)), S. A. Delp, J. L. Allen, and T. R. Jow (U.S. Army Research Laboratory) Functionalized Polysiloxane Binders Towards the Better Performance of the Silicon Anode of Lithium-Ion Batteries – B. Hu, J. Zhang, S. Zhang, Z. Zhang, and L. Zhang (Argonne National Laboratory) Nanocrystalline LiCo0.8Fe0.2PO4 / MultiWalled Carbon Nanotubes Positive Electrode for 5-Volts Class Lithium Ion Batteries – N. Okita, K. Kisu, Y. Sakai, Y. Lim, Y. Takami (Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology), T. Brousse (RS2E FR CNRS 3459), P. Rozier (CIRIMAT-CNRS, University of Toulouse III Paul Sabatier), P. Simon (CIRIMAT, UMR CNRS 5085), W. Naoi (K & W Inc), and K. Naoi (Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology) Mechanical Deformation-Assisted Alkaline Etching for High Performance Porous Silicon As a Lithium Storage Anode – M. Sohn, H. I. Park, D. G. Lee, and H. Kim (Hanyang University)

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Charging Lithium-Oxygen Battery Via Protic Solvent-Enhanced Redox Shuttle Mechanism – Y. Shen (Huazhong University of Science & Technology), W. Zhang, and Y. Huang (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) Quantification of Rotational and Magnetic Disorder in Aprotic Sodium-Oxygen Batteries – O. B. Sapunkov and V. Viswanathan (Carnegie Mellon University) Passivation of Si-CNT Anode in Li-O2 Full Cell – W. J. Kwak and Y. K. Sun (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University) Freestanding, Binder-Free Metal Sulfide Nanotubes Array As High Efficient Cathode for High Performance Lithium-O2 Batteries – J. Wang, Y. Fu, H. Y. Yu (SIEMIS, Soochow University), C. Zhang, J. Yao (Department of Chemistry, Soochow University), J. F. Li (Xiamen University), X. Li, J. H. Tian (SIEMIS, Soochow University), and R. Yang (Soochow University) Excellent Polarization Behaviors of Air Electrode Prepared By Ltrp Method for Metal Hydride/Air Secondary Battery – K. Kawaguchi, Y. Ujino, and M. Morimitsu (Doshisha University)

Rational Design of High-Loading Cathodes for Lithium Sulphur Batteries – H. Wang, B. Adams, H. Pan (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR), Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), L. Estevez, J. Zheng, D. Lu, S. Chen (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), Y. Shao (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR), Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), W. Xu (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), and J. G. Zhang (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR), Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) A Systematic Study of the Correlation between Solvent Properties and Sulfur Redox Behaviors in Li-S Batteries – Q. He, Y. Gorlin, M. U. M. Patel, H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich), and Y. C. Lu (The Chinese University of Hong Kong) Predicting Lithium Polysulfide Solubility and Reaction Pathway Using a Unique Donicity Scale for Li-S Electrolytes – T. S. Watkins (Sandia National Labs, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research) and K. R. Zavadil (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research) Solid State Electrolytes and Composite Cathodes for Li-S Batteries – B. E. Henslee (Cornerstone Research Group, Inc.), J. Kumar, P. Bhattacharya (University of Dayton Research Institute), and F. Zalar (Cornerstone Research Group)

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Chemical Formation of Self-Healing Solid Electrolyte Layers on Lithium Anode – H. D. Lim, B. Lee, X. Xing, and P. Liu (University of California, San Diego) Three-Dimensional Copper Nanowire Sponges As Novel Current Collector for Dendrite-Free Lithium Deposition – K. Xie Sr. (Northwestern Polytechnical University)

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High Capacity and Stability Lithium Metal Anode for Ultra-High Energy Density and High Safety Lithium Metal Batteries – W. H. Wu, C. C. Chang, S. H. Chiou, C. H. Chao, S. H. Wu, and J. Fang (Industrial Technology Research Institute) Novel Strategies for Lithium Metal Anode Protection Based on Nitride Materials Chemistry: Insight from First Principle Calculations – Y. Zhu, X. He, and Y. Mo (University of Maryland, College Park) Thin-Film Protected Lithium Metal Anode for Lithium Batteries – J. Kumar (University of Dayton Research Institute, ECE, University of Dayton), P. Bhattacharya (University of Dayton Research Institute), A. Gogia, N. Vallo (ECE, University of Dayton), D. HernandezLugo (GRC NASA), and G. Subramanyam (University of Dayton) Behavior of Manganese-Rich Layered Sodium Oxides in Aqueous Electrolytes – S. Boyd and V. Augustyn (North Carolina State University) Ionic Liquid Electrolyte for Enhancing Electrochemical Performance of Antimony Sulfide/Graphene Nanosheets Composite Anode in Sodium-Ion Batteries – C. H. Yang, C. Y. Li, and J. K. Chang (National Central University) Reaction Mechanisms of MoO2/C Nanocomposite for Sodium Ion Storage – J. Jiang, W. Yang, J. Zhao, and L. Gao (Soochow University) Delineating Adsorption-Insertion Mechanism in Hard Carbon Materials for Sodium Ion Storage – L. Xiao (Central China Normal University) and Y. Cao (Wuhan University) An Optimized PVC-Based Soft Carbon As the Negative Electrode of Sodium-Ion Batteries – B. Orayech (CIC Energigune) and D. Saurel (CIC energiGUNE) Sodium Superionic Conductor-Type Sodium Vanadium Fluorophosphates for Rechargeable Sodium-Ion Batteries – T. F. Hung, Y. W. Yeh, C. C. Yang, W. S. Chang, and K. L. Hsueh (Industrial Technology Research Institute) A Sodium Hybrid Capacitor with High Energy Retention and Ultra-High Stability – R. Thangavel, S. Y. Kim, M. K. Gong, J. Y. Park, H. V. Ramasamy, and Y. S. Lee (Chonnam National University) Carbon-Free Hierarchical CoSx Hollow Nanostructure As Anode for Lithium- and Sodium-Ion Batteries – J. Y. Hwang (Hanyang University), Y. K. Sun (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University), and S. T. Myung (Sejong University) Investigation of a Carbon NanotubeEncapsulated Fe1−Xs Composite as Anode for Sodium-Ion Batteries – S. PARK and Y. K. Sun (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University) A New Positive Electrode Material for Sodium Ion Battery – K. Nagao and H. Takahashi (IHI Corporation)

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The Sodium Storage Mechanism in a MetalOrganic Compound with 3D Framework Structure – Y. J. Liu (Huazhong University of Science and Technology), X. L. Zhao (Shanghai institute of Ceramics), C. Fang (Huazhong University of Science and Technology), J. J. Liu (Shanghai institute of Ceramics), and Y. H. Huang (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) High-Performance All-Inorganic Solid-State Sodium-Sulfur Battery – J. Yue, F. Han, X. Fan, X. Zhu, Z. Ma (University of Maryland, College Park), J. Yang (Shandong university), and C. Wang (University of Maryland, College Park) Effect of Nickel and Iron on Structural and Electrochemical Properties of O3-Type Nickel-Iron-Manganese Based Cathodes for Sodium-Ion Batteries – T. Yu, Y. K. Sun (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University), U. H. Kim, and H. H. Ryu (Hanyang University) Phosphate-Based Cathode Frameworks for Potassium-Ion Battery – T. Masese, H. Sano, H. Senoh, and M. Shikano (Research Institute of Electrochemical Energy, AIST) Sulphate-Based Cathode Materials for Potassium-Ion Battery – T. Masese, H. Sano, H. Senoh, and M. Shikano (Research Institute of Electrochemical Energy, AIST) Polyoxometalate Heterogeneous Nanostructures As Cathodes for Mg2+ Ion Storage – H. K. Henry (University of Maryland, College Park) and S. B. Lee (Nanostructures for Electrical Energy Storage (NEES), Department of Chemistry) Chemistry and Electrochemical Performance of Inorganic Mg Electrolytes for Mg Rechargeable Batteries – J. Luo, S. He, and T. Liu (Utah State University) Electrochemical Studies of Tin-Based Anode Materials for Rechargeable Magnesium Batteries – T. H. G. Nguyen, D. T. Nguyen, and S. W. Song (Chungnam National University, Republic of Korea) Synthesis and Characterization of V2-XMoxO5 Cathode Materials for Calcium Ion Batteries – Y. Sakurai, R. Minami, Y. Murata, S. Takada, T. Tojo, and R. Inada (Toyohashi University of Technology) High Reversibility of Zinc Metal Anode for High-Energy Aqueous Batteries – F. Wang (University of Maryland, U.S.Army Research Lab), C. Wang (University of Maryland, College Park), and K. Xu (Center for Research on Extreme Batteries) Magnesium-Free Spinel Oxides for Cathode Materials of Magnesium Rechargeable Batteries – K. Shimokawa (Tohoku University), T. Kawaguchi (Kyoto University), Y. Kumagai, F. Oba (Tokyo Institute of Technology), S. Yagi (the University of Tokyo), and T. Ichitsubo (Tohoku University) Concomitant Intercalation Behavior of Li-Mg Dual Cations into Mo6S8 – H. Li (Tohoku University), S. Yagi (the University of Tokyo), and T. Ichitsubo (Tohoku University)

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Study of the Zn Insertion into Nanostructured d-MnO2 in Non-Aqueous Metal Batteries Using in-Situ X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy – S. Kim, S. D. Han (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), S. Tepavcevic (Argonne National Laboratory), J. T. Vaughey (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), P. Fenter (Argonne National Laboratory), and T. T. Fister (Chemical Sciences and Engineering Division) Case Studies on Nonaqueous Zn2+ Ion Chemistry with a Reversible Intercalation Cathodes for the Development of Multivalent Metal Batteries – S. D. Han (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), P. Senguttuvan (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), S. Tepavcevic (Argonne National Laboratory), N. N. Rajput (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), X. Qu (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR)), S. Kim (Argonne National Laboratory), H. D. Yoo (JCESR at University of Illinois at Chicago), A. L. Lipson (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), H. Wang (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), P. J. Phillips (University of Illinois at Chicago), R. F. Klie (University Of Illinois At Chicago), B. Key, B. J. Ingram (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), J. Cabana (University of Illinois at Chicago), T. T. Fister (Chemical Sciences and Engineering Division), K. A. Persson (University of California at Berkeley), N. M. Markovic (Argonne National Laboratory), C. Johnson (Chemical Sciences and Engineering Division), A. K. Burrell (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), and J. T. Vaughey (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory) Synthesis, Electrochemical Properties of Sns/ Rgo Nanocomposite As a Negative Electrode Material for Na-Ion Batteries – J. H. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), Y. H. Jung (Pohang Accelerator Laboratory), J. H. Yun, and D. K. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Suppression of O3/P3 Phase Transition for Nanosize NaCrO2 with Enriched Domain Boundaries in Individual Particle – Y. Tsuchiya (Tokyo Denki University), A. Glushenkov (Deakin University), and N. Yabuuchi (ESICB-Kyoto University, Tokyo Denki University) Ti Substitution into P2-Type Na0.67CoO2 for Structural Stabilizer and Facile Kinetics of High Energy Na-Ion Batteries – S. M. Kang and Y. E. Sung (Seoul National University (SNU), Institute for Basic Science (IBS)) Algae Derived Electrodes for Rechargeable Na-Ion Batteries: Materials Characterization and Electrochemical Performances – F. Liberale (Politecnico di Milano), C. Dossi, R. Bettinetti (Università degli Studi dell’Insubria), M. Fiore (Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca), R. Ruffo (University of Milano Bicocca), and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano)

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Layered P2-NaxCoO2 and P2-NaxFeO2 As Cathode Materials for Potassium-Ion Batteries – S. Baskar, K. Sada, and P. Barpanda (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, 560012, India) Tuning Electrochemical Properties of Layered Oxide Electrodes with Controlled Chemical Pre-Intercalation of Various Interlayer Species – M. Clites and E. Pomerantseva (Drexel University) High Energy Density Cathode Frameworks for Potassium-Ion Battery – T. Masese, H. Sano, H. Senoh, and M. Shikano (Research Institute of Electrochemical Energy, AIST) Phase-Field Study of Sodiation of Snsb Thin Film Electrodes – V. Yurkiv (University of Illinois at Chicago), J. Gutiérrez-Kolar (Michigan Technological University), A. Ramasubramanian, R. Shahbazian-Yassar, and F. Mashayek (University of Illinois at Chicago) Enabling Storage of Divalent Cations in Layered Vanadium Pentoxide through Controlled Interlayer Interactions – C. Rhodes, S. Niu, and P. Cox (Texas State University) Investigation of Solvation Structure and Battery Performance of Highly-Concentrated Aqueous Meo-TEMPO Catholyte – R. Yang, K. Takechi (Toyota Research Institute of North America), Y. Zhang, and E. J. Maginn (University of Notre Dame) Development of Novel Electrode Using Nickel-Based Film with Bi2-XRu2O7-Z NanoParticles on Resin for Air Secondary Battery – Y. Tamura, K. Kawaguchi (Doshisha University), Y. Hirose, H. Nishiyama, S. Nakanishi, H. Iba (TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION), and M. Morimitsu (Doshisha University) Improved Cyclability of Li Metal Electrodes in Electrolytes for Li-O2 Batteries with the Addition of LiNO3 – H. Thuv, M. Augustin, and A. M. Svensson (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) Two-Dimensional Transition Metal Carbides (MXenes): A Large Family of Cathode Materials for Rechargeable Aluminum Batteries – A. VahidMohammadi and M. Beidaghi (Auburn University) Problems and Solutions: A Scaled-up Electrode for Li-S Batteries – H. M. Kim, S. Shin (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University), D. Aurbach (Bar-Ilan University), and Y. K. Sun (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University) Effect of Flow Field Geometry on Operating Current Density, Capacity and Performance of Vanadium Redox Flow Battery – S. Maurya, Y. S. Kim, and R. Mukundan (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Large-Scaled Li-Air Batteries – J. H. Kang and Y. K. Sun (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University) Low Cost FeCo Bimetal Cathode for Li-Air Batteries – H. Kim Jr. (Hanyang University department of energy engineering) and Y. K. Sun (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University)

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Li Deposition/Dissolution Behavior at the Interphase between Li Metal Anode and Glyme-Based Electrolytes for Li-Air Batteries – T. Fujinami, S. Yamada, Y. Tachikawa (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), K. Ito, Y. Kubo (National Institute for Materials Science), and M. Saito (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology) 526 MXenes As Candidate Cathodes for NonAqueous Lithium-Oxygen Batteries – A. Lee, D. Krishnamurthy, and V. Viswanathan (Carnegie Mellon University) 527 MnCo2O4 Anchored on Magneli Phase Titanium Oxide As a Non-Carbon Cathode for Li-O2 Batteries – R. Yang, X. Cao, Z. Sun (Soochow University), and F. Li (Beijing University of Technology) 528 Solution Combustion Synthesis and Electrochemical Characterization of MixedAnion Phosphates As Electrode Material for Na-Ion Batteries – S. Ryu (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), Y. H. Jung (Pohang Accelerator Laboratory), J. E. Wang, J. H. Kim, and D. K. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) 529 Stabilization of Si Negative Electrode By Li Pre-Doping and Its Application to a Novel Energy Storage Device – K. Hirosawa (Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology), M. Saito (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), A. Masuya, and K. Kawakatsu (Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology) 530 Zirconia Support for the Stabilization of Discharged Product of Lithium-Oxygen Battery – S. Bae, Y. G. Yoo, J. Park, S. Park, I. Nam, H. D. Song (Seoul National University), J. W. Han (University of Seoul), and J. Yi (Seoul National University) 531 Role of Magnetism and Disorder in Tuning the Electrochemical Properties of the Discharge Product in K-O2 Batteries – Y. Kim, V. Pande, and V. Viswanathan (Carnegie Mellon University) 532 A Nitrogen-Rich Carbon Welded MultiDimensional Architecture for High Mass Loading Sulfur Cathode – Y. Zhang (Tsinghua University) 533 Fully Dense Sintering of Li Garnet Materials for All Solid State Li Ion Batteries – L. Zhang, Y. Gong, Z. Fu, D. W. McOwen, J. E. Gritton, G. L. Godbey, and E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland) 534 Cotton Textile Enabled Flexible LithiumSulfur Battery with Exceptional Capacity and Rate Performance – Z. Gao, Y. Zhang, N. Song, and X. Li (University of Virginia) 535 Electrochemical Activities for Reduction and Evolution of Oxygen in Nonaqueous Electrolyte Solutions Containing Manganese Salen Complex As an Additive – S. Sakamoto, M. Nohara, M. Hayashi, and T. Komatsu (NTT Device Technology Labs, NTT Corporation) 536 Study of Porous Carbon Nanofibers As Interlayer and As Standalone Binder-Free Sulfur Hosts for Li-S Batteries – V. Kalra (Drexel University)

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Continuous Flow Processes As an Advanced Manufacturing Platform for Electrolyte Materials – T. L. Dzwiniel, K. Z. Pupek, and G. Krumdick (Argonne National Laboratory) 10:50 574 Characterization of Sintered Lithium-Ion Battery Electrodes – P. Robinson and G. Koenig (University of Virginia) 11:10 575 Tubular TiO2 Structures Towards Biocompatible Microsupercapacitors – M. Salari (Boston University), S. H. Aboutalebi (University of Wollongong), I. Ekladious (Boston University), R. Jalili, K. Konstantinov, H. K. Liu (University of Wollongong), and M. W. Grinstaff (Boston University) 11:30 576 Lithium Ion Conductive Ceramic Fabric: Fabrication and Application – Y. Gong (University of Maryland University of Maryland, University of Maryland), K. Fu, J. Dai, T. R. Hamann, L. Zhang, G. T. Hitz (University of Maryland, University of Maryland Energy Research Center), L. Hu (University of Maryland Energy Research Center, University of Maryland), and E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland, University of Maryland Energy Research Center) High-Speed, Low-Cost Processing – 13:30 – 15:10 Co-Chairs: David L Wood III, Gregory Krumdick and S. R. Narayan

Novel Processing Methods for Energy Storage I – 08:10 – 10:30 Co-Chairs: David L Wood III, Gregory Krumdick and S. R. Narayan 08:10 08:30 568

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Introductory Remarks Taylor Vortex Reactor: A Scalable Advanced Chemical Reactor for Producing Li-Ion Cathode Precursors – O. Kahvecioglu Feridun, Y. Shin, G. Krumdick, and L. Berkland (Argonne National Laboratory) High-Throughput Atomic Layer Deposition for Surface Coating Materials of Lithium-Ion Batteries – J. E. Trevey, D. M. King, and A. Dameron (Forge Nano)

The Importance of Surface Tension Control in Slurry Preparation for Thick Electrode Manufacturing – Z. Du, M. Wood, Y. Sheng (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), S. J. An (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, University of Tennessee), J. Li (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), C. Daniel, and D. L. Wood III (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, University of Tennessee) The Effect of Carbon Black Aggregation on Lithium Ion Cathode Performance – S. Morelly, N. J. Alvarez, and M. Tang (Drexel University) Fabrication of Ultrahigh-Areal-Capacity Battery Electrodes through Magnetic Alignment of Emulsion-Based Slurries – L. Li, J. Sander (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), R. Erb (Northeastern University), and Y. M. Chiang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Break

UV Coating Processes to Enhance Li Ion Battery Performance and Reduce Costs – J. R. Arnold and G. Voelker (Miltec UV International) Towards Solventless Processing of Thick Electron-Beam (EB) Cured Lithium-Ion Battery Electrodes – Z. Du (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), C. J. Janke (Oak Ridge National Lab), J. Li, C. Daniel, and D. L. Wood III (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Solvent-Free Additive Manufacturing of Electrodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries – B. Ludwig (Missouri University of Science and Technology), J. Liu (worcester polytechnic institute), Y. Wang (Battery Resourcers LLC), and H. Pan (Missouri University of Science and Technology) Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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Improved Performance and Reduced Cost through Advanced Electrode Drying Technology – M. Wixom (Navitas Systems, LLC), I. Ahmad (Lambda Technologies), P. Aurora, and P. Zhang (Navitas Systems, LLC) Break

Advanced Electrode Structuring Methods – 15:10 – 17:30 Co-Chairs: David L Wood III, Gregory Krumdick and S. R. Narayan 15:10

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Development of a Printed Cathode and Catalyst Layer for Printed Zinc-Air Batteries – R. Kumar (University of California, Berkeley), N. Williams (University of California, Los Angeles), and V. Subramanian (University of California, Berkeley) New Insights in the Development of 3D Metal-Air Microbatteries – J. Freixas (IEMN CNRS UMR 8520, IMN JR CNRS UMR 6502), T. Brousse (IMN JR CNRS UMR 6502, RS2E FR CNRS 3459), and C. Lethien (IEMN UMR CNRS 8520, RS2E FR CNRS 3459) 3D Printing of a Complete Lithium Ion Battery – C. Reyes and B. J. Wiley (Duke University) Laser-Structured Electrodes for LithiumIon Batteries – J. Li (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), P. Smyrek (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAM-AWP), M. Wood (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), Y. Zheng (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAMAWP), Y. Sheng (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), J. H. Rakebrandt (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAM-AWP), Z. Du (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), W. Pfleging (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAMAWP), and D. L. Wood III (University of Tennessee) 3D LiMn2O4 Electrodes for High Rate ThinFilm Microbatteries – N. Labyedh, M. Y. Timmermans (imec, Kapeldreef 75, B-3001 Heverlee, Belgium), and P. M. Vereecken (imec, Belgium) Understanding the Effect of Solid Electrolyte Structure on Properties through 3D-Printing – D. W. McOwen, Y. Gong, Z. Fu, G. L. Godbey (University of Maryland), J. E. Gritton, L. Zhang (University of Maryland Energy Research Center), and E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland) High Temperature Thermal Shock Synthesis of Catalyst-Decorated Nanostructures for Energy Storage – S. D. Lacey, Y. Yao, H. Xie, and L. Hu (University of Maryland Energy Research Center)

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Fast Electrochemical Processes and Devices

Battery / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Chesapeake 6, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Emerging Investigators – 08:20 – 09:40 Co-Chairs: Scott W Donne and Thierry Brousse 08:20

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Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center A06 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Structure and Electrochemical Properties of Pyrolyzed Magnesium Citrate/SU-8 Nanocomposites for Supercapacitators – G. Li, D. Li, X. Gao, T. Li, J. Hu (MNSRC, Taiyuan University of Technology), Y. Wang, X. Chen (IMS, University College of Southeast Norway), and K. Wang (IMS, University College of Southeast Norway, MNSRC, Taiyuan University of Technology)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

Highly Deformable Energy Storage Device with Invereted Endoskeletal Construction – J. Park (Seoul National University), I. Nam (Stanford University), S. Park (University of California, Berkeley), S. Bae, Y. G. Yoo, S. E. Jerng, H. N. Umh, and J. Yi (Seoul National University) NiCo2O4 @Ni As the New Air Electrode Material to Enhance the Performance in Rechargeable Zinc–Air Batteries Application – J. Qiao (Donghua University) and Q. Nie (Donghua Universtiy) Fabrication and Electrochemical Properties of Hydrogenated TiO2 Nanotube Arrays – Q. Zhang, K. Du, G. Liu (IMS, University College of Southeast Norway), C. Yang (Hubei University), and K. Wang (IMS, University College of Southeast Norway) Multiscale Tuning of Bi- and Tri-Continuous Structures for Energy Applications – D. J. French, P. S. Clegg, and J. H. J. Thijssen (University of Edinburgh)

(Invited) Graphene Nanostructure By Molten Salt Process for Supercapacitor Applications – H. K. Kim, R. V. Kumar, and D. J. Fray (University of Cambridge) (Invited) Controlling Electrochemical Energy Storage Kinetics with Structural Water in Tungsten Oxides – J. Mitchell, W. Lo, R. Wang (North Carolina State University), Q. Gao (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), J. LeBeau (North Carolina State University), N. Balke (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and V. Augustyn (North Carolina State University) (Invited) Pseudo-Capacitive Behavior of Nanostructure LiFePO4/Graphitic Carbon Composite for Hybrid Capacitor – K. Kisu, E. Iwama (Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology), Y. Orikasa (Department of Applied Chemistry, Ritsumeikan University), W. Naoi (K & W Inc), P. Leone (Université de Nantes, Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel, University of Nantes), N. Dupré (Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel, University of Nantes), T. Brousse (RS2E FR CNRS 3459), P. Rozier (CIRIMAT-CNRS, University of Toulouse III Paul Sabatier), P. Simon (CIRIMAT, UMR CNRS 5085), and K. Naoi (Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology) (Invited) In Situ Monitoring of Mechanical Properties Via Multi-Length Scale Approach – N. Jäckel (INM - Leibniz Institute for New Materials, Department of Materials Science, Saarland University), Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University), M. D. Levi (Department of Chemistry, Bar-Ilan University), D. Aurbach (Bar-Ilan University), and V. Presser (Department of Materials Science, Saarland University) 161

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Unrivaled Combination of Surface Area and Pore Volume in Micelle-Templated Carbon for Supercapacitor Energy Storage – D. Mitlin (Clarkson University) Melamine-Based, N-Doped Carbon/Reduced Graphene Composite Foam for Li-Ion Batteries and Hybrid Supercapacitors – R. Tjandra, W. Liu, Y. Liu, J. Yan, L. Lim, and A. Yu (University of Waterloo) Pseudocapacitive Polycationic Oxides for Supercapacitors Operating in Aqueous Electrolytes – O. Crosnier (IMN, CNRS/ University of Nantes, RS2E), N. GoubardBrétésché (CNRS-IMN, RS2E), G. Buvat (Solvay), C. Douard (RS2E), A. Iadecola (RS2E, Synchrotron SOLEIL), F. Favier (Réseau sur le Stockage Electrochimique de l’Energie), and T. Brousse (IMN JR CNRS UMR 6502) Simultaneous Analysis of Thin-Film MnO2 Deposits Using Cyclic Voltammetry (CV), Step Potential Electrochemical Spectroscopy (SPECS), Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Microbalance (EQCM) and Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) – H. Cameron and S. W. Donne (University of Newcastle) Interfacial Phenomena at the Junction of Conductive Carbon with Pseudocapacitive Metal Oxides and Polymers: Implications for Electrochemical Capacitors – J. W. Long (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), J. Ko (NRC Postdoc at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), J. F. Parker, M. B. Sassin, and D. R. Rolison (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory) Utilization of Engineered Iron Oxide and Industry Waste Red Mud in High Performance Supercapacitor – G. Bhattacharya and S. S. Roy (SHIV NADAR UNIVERSITY)

Corrosion General Session

Corrosion Camelia 2, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Wednesday, October 4

Application, Monitoring and Models in Corrosion – 14:00 – 18:40 Co-Chairs: Sannakaisa Virtanen and John R. Scully 14:00 14:10 679

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Welcoming Remarks Investigation of Local Hydrogen Uptake in Rescaled Model Occluded Sites Using Crevice Scaling Laws – J. R. Scully (University of Virginia), J. S. Lee (Naval Research Laboratory), J. Locke (The Ohio State University), M. A. Switzer (University of Virginia), P. Lu, and J. Saal (QuesTek Innovations, LLC) Artificial Pits for the Study of Underdeposit Corrosion Kinetics – A. N. Shamso (Imperial College London, Qatar University), A. M. Abdullah (Qatar University), N. Laycock (Qatar Shell), and M. P. Ryan (Imperial College London) Atmospheric Corrosion and Stress Corrosion Cracking of Corrosion Resistant Alloys Used for Dry Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuel – T. Weirich (The Ohio State University), R. F. Schaller, C. Bryan, E. J. Schindelholz (Sandia National Laboratories), and J. Locke (The Ohio State University)

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Pourbaix Diagrams As a Root for the Simulation of Polarization Curves for Corroding Metal Surfaces – S. C. Perry and J. Mauzeroll (McGill University) Break Effect of pH and Salinity on Polarization Behavior of Cathodically Protected  HY80 Steel, Inconel 625 and Nickel-Aluminum Bronze in Mexican Gulf Seawater – O. A. Baturina (Naval Research Laboratory), M. J. Strom, and F. J. Martin (US Naval Research Laboratory) Quantitative Examination of Porous Rust on Steel – N. Curry (University of Manchester), T. Wills, S. R. Gibbon (AkzoNobel), and S. B. Lyon (The University of Manchester) Nanostructured Steel Susceptibility to Sulfide Stress Cracking – A. Shadravan, R. Case (Texas A&M University), and A. Rumann (VODIK industries) Iron Sulfides Electroactivity in Environments in the Presence of Strong Acid, Carbonic Acid and Aqueous Hydrogen Sulfide – S. Navabzadeh Esmaeely (Institute for Corrosion and Multiphase Flow Technology, Ohio University) and S. Nesic (Ohio University) Effect of Residual Chlorine Concentration on Water Pipe Corrosion – K. S. Han (Seoul Water Institute, Seoul Metropolitan Government), J. H. Park (National Institute of Environmental Research), Y. B. Park (Seoul Water Institute), S. J. Kim, H. D. Kim (Seoul Water Institute, Seoul Metropolitan Government), Y. J. Choi (Seoul Water Institue, Seoul Metropolitan Government), I. C. Choi (National Institute of Environmental Research), and S. H. Hong (Department of Chemical Engineering, Soogsil University) Corrosion Behavior of Non-Vascular, Double-Layer, Surgical Esophageal Nitinol Stent in Phosphate Buffered Saline Solution – Y. S. Kim and J. G. Kim (Sungkyunkwan University) Effect of Tail Length of Surfactant-like Corrosion Inhibitors on Chemical Mechanical Planarization Slurry – L. C. Ho, W. W. Tsai, C. B. Lee, Y. H. Hsu, J. F. Wang, and W. Zhou (Electronic Materials, The DOW Chemical Company) Examining the GaN Photocorrosion Potential for Stable Chemical Energy Storage – D. R. Baker (U.S. Army Research Laboratory)

C02 Light Alloys 5

Corrosion Camelia 2, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Corrosion Protection for Aluminum – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Geraint Williams and Rajeev Kumar Gupta 08:00

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Alternating Current Phosphoric Acid Etching of Aluminium – B. Burmas (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), J. E. Lein, O. Lunder (SINTEF), and K. Nisancioglu (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) Superhydrophilic and Superhydrophobic Aluminum Alloys Fabricated By Pyrophosphoric Acid Anodizing – T. Kikuchi, R. Kondo, D. Nakajima, S. Natsui, and R. O. Suzuki (Hokkaido University) Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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Investigation of a Magnesium Oxide Primer Coating System on 2024-T351: Elucidation of Protection Mechanisms – R. Santucci Jr., B. Kannan (University of Virginia), W. Abbott (Battelle), and J. R. Scully (University of Virginia) Influence of Major Alloying Elements on the Corrosion Resistance of Trivalent Chromium Conversion Layer Coated AA 2024 – R. Saillard, B. Viguier (CIRIMAT), G. Odemer (CIRIMAT - ENSIACET), S. Zanna (CNRSChimie ParisTech), A. Seyeux, P. Marcus (CNRS (UMR 8247)/Chimie ParisTech), B. Fori (Mecaprotec), and C. Blanc (CIRIMAT, Université de Toulouse, CNRS, INPT, UPS) Enhanced Corrosion Performances of PostTreated Trivalent Chromium Protection (TCP) Coating Deposited on Aluminium Alloy 2024-T3 – J. Swiatowska (CNRS - Chimie ParisTech, PSL Research University, IRCP), A. I. Stoica (CNRS – Chimie ParisTech, PSL Research University, IRCP), F. Di Franco (CNRS - Chimie ParisTech, Università di Palermo), A. Romaine (CNRS- Chimie ParisTech, PSL Research University, IRCP), S. Zanna (CNRS-Chimie ParisTech, PSL Research University, IRCP), A. Seyeux (CNRS – Chimie ParisTech, PSL Research University, IRCP), B. Fori (Mecaprotec), and P. Marcus (CNRS - Chimie ParisTech, PSL Research University, IRCP) Break

Corrosion Protection for Magnesium – 10:00 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Hamilton Neil McMurray and Robert G. Kelly 10:00

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Effect of Combination of Anionic Polymer with Calcium Phosphate Coating on Corrosion Behavior of Magnesium Alloy in Physiological Solution – S. Hiromoto and K. Doi (National Institute for Materials Science) Coatings and Corrosion Behavior of the Magnesium Alloy WE43 Under Simulated Physiological Conditions – M. Höhlinger, V. Wagener (FAU, Institute of Surface Science and Corrosion), S. Heise, A. R. Boccaccini (FAU, Institute of Biomaterials), and S. Virtanen (FAU, Institute of Surface Science and Corrosion) Sol Gel Glass Coating on Magnesium Alloys to be Used As Temporary Implants: Electrochemical and Surface Study in Simulated Body Fluid – S. A. Omar, J. Ballarre (INTEMA- University of Mar del Plata-CONICET), W. H. Schreiner (LSILANSEN, Dept de Física, UFPR, Curitiba, Brazil), Y. Castro (Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio, CSIC), A. Durán (Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio (CSIC)), and S. M. Cere (INTEMA- University of Mar del PlataCONICET) Synthesis and Characterization of Mg-Based Coatings for Sacrificial Cathodic Protection of Mg Alloy AZ31B – T. W. Cain, M. A. Melia, J. M. Fitz-Gerald, and J. R. Scully (University of Virginia)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

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Corrosion Behavior of Ion-Implanted Metalloid-Magnesium Surfaces – J. P. Labukas, K. R. Limmer, J. D. Demaree, B. C. Hornbuckle, and H. A. Murdoch (US Army Research Laboratory)

Titanium Mini Session – 11:40 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Hamilton Neil McMurray and Robert G. Kelly 11:40

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Corrosion of Ti and Its Alloys Under Aggressive Conditions – S. Virtanen (FAU, Institute of Surface Science and Corrosion) Effect of Artificial Seawater on Passivation of Ti – S. Yan, G. L. Song, D. Zheng (College of Materials, Xiamen University), M. Dargusch (The university of queensland), and L. Zhou (Nanjing Tech University)

Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center C02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Rudolph Buchheit •

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Development of pH Sensing CFDE to Investigate Anodic Dissolution of Magnesium – K. Miyazawa, Y. Hoshi, I. Shitanda, and M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science) Reaction Mechanism and Kinetics of Boron Removal from Metallurgical-Grade Silicon Based on Li2o-SiO2 slags – X. Luo and H. Lai (Xiamen University)

State-of-the-Art Surface Analytical Techniques in Corrosion 3: In Honor of Hugh Isaacs

Corrosion / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Camelia 3, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

High Entropy Alloys – 08:00 – 09:20 Co-Chairs: Jamie Noel and Donald Roeper 08:00

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Corrosion and Passivity of a High Entropy Alloy in Sulfate Solutions at Various pH Levels – K. F. Quiambao, A. Y. Gerard, J. Srinivasan (University of Virginia), O. Swanson, T. Li (Fontana Corrosion Center, The Ohio State University), P. Lu, J. Saal (QuesTek Innovations, LLC), G. S. Frankel (The Ohio State University), and J. R. Scully (University of Virginia) Localized Corrosion Behavior of a Ni-Based High-Entropy Alloy – T. Li, O. Swanson (Fontana Corrosion Center, The Ohio State University), P. Lu (QuesTek Innovations, LLC), G. S. Frankel (Fontana Corrosion Center, The Ohio State University), J. R. Scully (University of Virginia), and J. Saal (QuesTek Innovations, LLC) Investigation of the Corrosion Electrochemistry of a Ni Based High Entropy Alloy in Chloride Containing Solutions – A. Y. Gerard, K. F. Quiambao, J. Srinivasan (University of Virginia), T. Li (Fontana Corrosion Center, The Ohio State University), J. Saal, P. Lu (QuesTek Innovations, LLC), G. S. Frankel (The Ohio State University), and J. R. Scully (University of Virginia)

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In Situ Electrochemical-AFM Study of Local Dissolution Processes of Alx Co Cr Fe Ni High-Entropy Alloys – Y. Shi (University of Science and Technology Beijing), L. Collins, J. Come, N. Balke (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), P. Liaw (The University of Tennessee), and B. Yang (University of Science and Technology Beijing)

Passive Films – 09:40 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Philippe Marcus and Jamie Noel 09:40

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Localized Corrosion: Passive Film Breakdown Vs. Pit Growth Stability – G. S. Frankel, T. Li (Fontana Corrosion Center, The Ohio State University), and J. R. Scully (University of Virginia)

Spectroscopy and Characterization 1 – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Dev Chidambaram and Paul M. Natishan 10:00

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(Invited) Characterizing Crevice Corrosion Processes Electrochemically, Microscopically, and Spectroscopically – N. Ebrahimi (National Research Council of Canada), J. Noel, and D. Shoesmith (Western University) The Electrochemistry & Corrosion of Zn-Al-Mg Alloys: Quantifying the Contribution of Elemental Components and Individual Phases with Atomic Emission Spectroelectrochemistry – K. Ogle and J. Han (Chimie-ParisTech, CNRS, Paris Sciences et Lettres) Depth Profiling of TiO2 Nanotubes in Morphology, Composition and Structure – P. Schmuki (FAU) Formation Mechanism of Alumina Nanotubes By Anodization of Aluminum Alloy – S. Ono, H. Hashimoto, and H. Asoh (Kogakuin University) Au@SiO2 Nanoparticles Sheathed W Nano-Tips for Local Electrochemical and SERS Applications – M. Zhang, Y. Ling, S. Yu, Z. Zhang (Tsinghua University), and Y. Gu (Beijing Institute of Petrochemical Technology)

Wednesday, October 4

Spectroscopy and Characterization 2 – 14:00 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Dev Chidambaram and Jamie Noel 14:00

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(Invited) In Situ Analytical Methods for Atmospheric Corrosion: Recent Advances and Challenges – E. J. Schindelholz (Sandia National Laboratories) Connection between Atomic Scale Characterization and Electrochemical Behavior during Passivation of Polycrystalline and Single Crystal Ni-Cr and Ni-Cr-Mo Alloys – K. Lutton, K. Gusieva, G. Ramalingam, W. Blades (University of Virginia), X. X. Yu, A. Gulec, L. Marks (Northwestern University), E. Zeitchick, J. Perepezko (University of Wisconsin-Madison), N. Ott, N. Birbilis (Monash University), P. Reinke, and J. R. Scully (University of Virginia) Remote Imaging of the Buried Interface Using AFM-IR – S. B. Lyon (The University of Manchester), S. Morsch (University of Mannchester), and S. R. Gibbon (AkzoNobel)

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EXAFS of Nickel Oxide in the Ionic Liquid Emic/AlCl3 – D. Roeper (Excet, Inc.), G. T. Cheek (United States Naval Academy), K. I. Pandya, and W. E. O’Grady (Excet, Inc.) Advanced Characterization of Molten Salts – A. Merwin, C. Benmore, and M. A. Williamson (Argonne National Laboratory) Break

Spectroscopy and Characterization 3 – 16:20 – 18:15 Co-Chairs: Donald Roeper and Paul M. Natishan 16:20

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In Situ Raman Spectroscopy for Nuclear Material Monitoring in Molten Salt Systems – V. Singh (University of Nevada, Reno) and D. Chidambaram (University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada Institute for Sustainability) Long-Term Corrosion Performance of Stainless Steel 316 in Molten LiCl-Li2o-Li – W. Phillips (University of Nevada Reno) and D. Chidambaram (Nevada Institute for Sustainability) Micro-Electrochemical Method for Investigating Localized Corrosion – K. Summers (University of Nevada, Reno) and D. Chidambaram (University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada Institute for Sustainability) Corrosion Studies of Titanium Stabilized Stainless Steel Using Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy for Hydropower Applications – J. Mauzeroll, S. Gateman (McGill University), and R. Lacasse (Institut de recherche d’Hydro-Québec) Effect of Adsorbed Organic Thin Films on Electrochemical Interaction Mechanisms of Metal Reducing Bacteria with Steel Surfaces – N. Wurzler and O. Ozcan (Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing) Concluding Remarks

Semiconductors, Dielectrics, and Metals for Nanoelectronics 15: In Memory of Samares Kar Dielectric Science and Technology Chesapeake D, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Characterization and Reliability – 08:30 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Yaw S. Obeng and Gennadi Bersuker 08:30

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(Invited) Characterization of Interfacial Dipoles at Dielectric Stacks By XPS Analysis – S. Miyazaki, A. Ohta, and N. Fujimura (Nagoya University) (Invited) Charge Traps, Temperature- and Bias-Stress Stability of Alumina Dielectric / Indium Gallium Arsenide Gate Stacks – P. C. McIntyre (Stanford University) Break (Invited) Characterization of Advanced Devices: Identifying Performance & Degradation Drivers – G. Bersuker, D. G. Pierce, and M. S. Mason (The Aerospace Corporation) (Invited) Dipoles in Gate-Stack/ FDSOI Structures – G. Reimbold, C. Leroux (CEA-LETI), C. Suarez Segovia (STMicroelectronics), B. Mohamad (CEA-LETI, IMEP-LAHC), P. Kumar (STMicroelectronics, CEA-LETI), X. Garros (CEA-LETI), F. Domengie (STMicroelectronics), P. Blaise (CEA-LETI), and G. Ghibaudo (IMEP-LAHC) Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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(Invited) Relationship between Ferroelectricity and Electrical Breakdown in Hf-Zr-O Thin Films – S. Migita (AIST) Broadband Spectroscopic Characterization of the Thermal Stability of Dielectric Thin Films for Emerging Nanoelectronic Applications – C. E. Sunday (National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)), P. K. Amoah, K. R. Montgomery (NIST), E. I. Iwuoha (University of Western Cape), and Y. S. Obeng (National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)) Determination of Trap Density in Hafnium Oxide Films Produced By Different Atomic Layer Deposition Techniques – D. R. Islamov (Novosibirsk State University, Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics SB RAS), V. A. Gritsenko (Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics SB RAS, Novosibirsk State University), and M. S. Lebedev (Nikolaev Institute of Inorganic Chemistry SB RAS) Dielectric Behavior and P-E Loop of PVDF/ SiO2/CCTO Composites – H. Talebinezhad (Auburn University), X. Lu (Xi’an University of Technology), Y. Tong, L. Li, and Z. Cheng (Auburn University) The Charge Trap Density Evolution in Wake-up and Fatigue Modes of FRAM – D. R. Islamov (Novosibirsk State University, Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics SB RAS), O. M. Orlov (JSC Molecular Electronics Research Institute), T. V. Perevalov, V. A. Gritsenko (Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics SB RAS, Novosibirsk State University), and G. J. Krasnikov (JSC Molecular Electronics Research Institute)

Modeling – 13:30 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Geoffrey Pourtois and Michel Houssa 13:30

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(Invited) The Inversion Behaviour of Narrow Band Gap Mos Systems: Experimental Observations, Physics Based Simulations and Applications – P. K. Hurley (Tyndall and Dept. of Chemistry University College Cork), S. Monaghan (University College Cork), E. O’Connor (IBM Zurich Research Laboratory), E. Caruso (Università degli Studi di Udine), K. Cherkaoui, L. Floyd (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork), I. M. Povey (Tyndall National Institute - UCC), D. A. J. Millar, U. Peralagu, and I. G. Thayne (University of Glasgow) (Invited) Metal-Atom Ionization and Diffusion Under Electric Field Around Metal/Insulator Interfaces; First-Principles View – T. Nakayama, Y. Asayama, and R. Nagasawa (Department of Physics, Chiba University) (Invited) First Principles and Themodynamical Studies on Matel Organic Vaper Phase Epitaxy of GaN – K. Shiraishi, K. Sekiguchi, H. Shirakawa, K. Chokawa, M. Araidai (Nagoya University), Y. Kangawa, and K. Kakimoto (Kyuushu University) Break

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Photovoltaics for the 21st Century 13

Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering National Harbor 9, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Perovskite Solar Cells – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Thad Druffel, Hiroki Hamada, Zhi David Chen and Jea-Gun Park 08:00

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

(Invited) Probing the Intrinsic Limitations of the Contact Resistance of Metal/ Semiconductor Interfaces through Atomistic Simulations – G. Pourtois (imec, Belgium, University of Antwerp, Belgium), A. Dabral (imec, Belgium, KULeuven, Belgium), K. Sankaran (imec, Belgium), W. Magnus (imec, Belgium, University of Antwerp, Belgium), H. Yu, A. de Jamblinne de Meux (imec, Belgium, KULeuven, Belgium), A. K. A. Lu (MathAMOIL, Japan), S. Clima (imec, Belgium), K. Stokbro (Quantumwise, Denmark), M. Schaekers (imec, Belgium), M. Houssa (KULeuven, Belgium), N. Collaert, and N. Horiguchi (imec, Belgium) (Invited) Molecular Dynamics of Dipole Layer Formation at High-k/SiO2 Interface – T. Watanabe (Waseda University) (Invited) Ab Initio Study of Carrier Transport in Low-Dimensionality Materials – M. V. Fischetti (University of Texas at Dallas), W. G. Vandenberghe, G. Gaddemane, S. Chen (The University of Texas at Dallas), Z. Y. Ong (Institute of High Performace Computing, Singapore), E. Chen (TSMC, Taiwan), S. Narayanan (GlobalFoundries), A. Suarez Negreira (The University of Texas at Dallas), and S. Aboud (Synopsys) Modeling and Simulation of Metal Ion Drift in Porous Low-k Dielectrics – R. Ali (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University), S. W. King (Intel Corporation), and M. K. Orlowski (ECE Department Virginia Tech) Hole-Doping Induced Ferromagnetism in Monolayer SnO: A First-Principles Study – M. Houssa, K. Iordanidou (University of Leuven), G. Pourtois (imec), V. V. Afanas’ev, and A. Stesmans (University of Leuven) Analysis of Amorphous Indium-Gallium-ZincOxide Thin-Film Transistors with Bi-Layer Gate Dielectric Stacks Using MaxwellWagner Instability Model – A. Kiani (Core Technologies Pvt. Ltd.), B. C. Bayer, D. G. Hasko (University of Cambridge), W. I. Milne (Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge), and A. J. Flewitt (Cambridge University) Oxygen Polyvacancies As Conductive Filament in Zirconia: First Principle Simulation – T. V. Perevalov (Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics SB RAS, Novosibirsk State University) and D. R. Islamov (Novosibirsk State University, Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics SB RAS)

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(Invited) Photophysics of Lead Halide Perovskite Solar Cells – Y. Kanemitsu (Kyoto University)

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Manipulation on Crystallization of Perovskite Thin-films during Blade Coating Fabrication in Air – J. Li, Y. Lin, J. Yin, and N. Zheng (Xiamen University) Intense Pulsed Light Processing of Perovskite Thin Films – T. Druffel (University of Louisville) Application of Electrodeposition for the Preparation of TiO2 Compact Layer in Perovskite Solar Cells – T. S. Su and T. C. Wei (National Tsing Hua University) Break (Invited) Improving the Perovskite Film and the Interface between Perovskite and Electronic Transport Layer – P. Zhang, Y. Wang, D. Liu (University of Electronic Science and Technology of China), Z. D. Chen (University of Electronic Science & Technology of China), and S. Li (University of Electronic Science and Technology of China) (Invited) Structures and Electronic Characteristics of Lattice Defects at Interfaces in the Perovskite Solar Cell. a First-Principles Study – M. Sugimoto (Kumamoto University) Effects of Reaction Conditions with Methylammonium Iodide on the Grain of CH3NH3PbI3 Perovskite for Thin Top Cell of Tandem Solar Cells – K. Suzuki, K. Hasegawa, and M. Ihara (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Efficient Two-Dimensional Layered Perovskite Solar Cells with Technologically Relevant Reliability – G. Gupta (University of Louisville, Los Alamos National Laboratory) and A. Mohite (Los Alamos National Laboratory) In-Situ Structural Characterization of CH3NH3PbI3 Nano-Crystal Using Advance Synchrotron-Radiation Techniques – B. J. Hwang (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center), W. N. Su (Graduate Institute of Applied Science and Technology), and T. A. Berhe (National taiwan University of Science and Technology) Enhancing  the Photovoltaic Performance of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells with Rare-Earth Metal Oxide Nanoparticles – F. P. Zamborini, B. W. Alphenaar, and P. L. Kharel (University of Louisville)

Inorganic Solar Cells – 14:00 – 15:10 Co-Chairs: Vaidyanathan Subramanian and James M Fenton 14:00

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(Invited) Design and Challenging Issues of Core/Shell Quantum Dots for Enhancing Power-Conversion-Efficiency in Si Solar-Cells – J. G. Park (Hanyang University) Monocrystalline Si Thin Film for Solar Cells Grown on Double Layer Porous Si Treated By Zone Heating Recrystallization – K. Hasegawa, C. Takazawa (Tokyo Institute of Technology), M. Fujita, S. Noda (Waseda University), and M. Ihara (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Efficient Superstrate Solar Cells with Electrodeposited Cu2ZnSnS4 – Y. Di Iorio, M. Berruet (INTEMA / UNMdP), J. Pereyra, R. Marotti (Universidad de la República, Uruguay), and M. Vazquez (INTEMA / UNMdP Argentina)

Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center D02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Chair: Thad Druffel •

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Investigation of Degradation of Organometal Halide Perovskite Film and Solar Cell – A. Al Mamun, Y. Mohammed, T. T. Ava (Old Dominion University), H. Baumgart (Applied Research Center), A. A. Elmustafa (Old Dominion University), and G. Namkoong (Applied Research Center) 884 Low Cost and Metal Free Counter Electrode for Dye Sensitzed Solar Cell – M. Kouhanavard (Malaysia-Japan Internatinal Institute of Technology), B. V-Ghaffari (Wright state University), and M. Miyake (Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology) 885 Homojunction Cu2O Solar Cells Fabricated with Various Impurity-Doped Epitaxially Grown n-Type Cu2O Thin Film By Electrochemical Deposition – T. Miyata (Kanazawa Institute of Technolgy) and T. Minami (Kanazawa Institute of Technology) 886 Development of Sputter Processed Perovskite Films Toward Tandem Solar Cells – I. Raifuku (Nara Institute Science and Technology), Y. Ishikawa, T. Bourgeteau (Nara Institute of Science and Technology), S. Ito (University of Hyogo), Y. Bonnassieux (Ecole Polytechnique, Paris Saclay), P. R. I. Cabarrocas (Ecole Polytechnique), and Y. Uraoka (Nara Institute of Science and Technology) 887 Cu2ZnSnS4 electrodeposition By Sulfurization of Metallic Precursors – G. Perelstein (INTEMA / UNMdP), M. Valdes (INTEMA/ UNMdP), M. Berruet, Y. Di Iorio (INTEMA / UNMdP), and M. Vazquez (INTEMA / UNMdP Argentina) 888 Characterization of Transferred Graphene Based Solar Cell – J. Shin (Sejong University), Y. Kwon, and Y. Seo (Sejong university)

Fundamentals of Electrochemical Growth from UPD to Microstructures 4 Electrodeposition Chesapeake H, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Electrodeposition of Nanostructures – 08:00 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Massimo Innocenti, Nikolay Dimitrov and Natasa Vasiljevic 08:00

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(Invited) Superconformal Film Growth:Impact of Additives and Deposition on Hydrophilicity – T. P. Moffat, G. Liu (NIST), S. Zou (American University), L. Richter, L. Y. Ou Yang, D. Wheeler, and D. Josell (NIST) Electrochemical Behavior and Analysis of Organic Additives in Sub 14nm Copper Damascene Plating Baths – M. Pavlov, D. Lin, E. Shalyt, and I. Tsimberg (ECI Technology) Microelectrode Studies of the Critical Breakdown and Spatial Bifurcation in Additive Derived S-NDR Copper Electrodeposition – T. M. Braun (National Institute of Standards and Technology) and T. P. Moffat (NIST)

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Superconformal Cobalt Fill through the Use of Sacrificial Oxidants – M. Rigsby, L. Brogan, N. Doubina, T. Spurlin, J. Zhou, and J. Reid (Lam Research Corporation) 09:40 932 Superconformal Bottom-up Gold Deposition in High Aspect Ratio through Silicon Vias – D. Josell and T. P. Moffat (NIST) 10:00 Intermission 10:20 933 Electroless Plating of Stacked, SingleCrystalline Silver Nanoplatelets and Dendrites – F. Münch, A. Vaskevich, T. Bendikov, R. Popovitz-Biro, Y. Feldman, and I. Rubinstein (Weizmann Institute of Science) 10:40 934 Study on the Role of Additives in NonCyanide Baths for the Fabrication of Anisotropic Metallic Nanostructures – K. Dhingra (BITS PILANI K K Birla goa campus Goa), S. Gupta, and J. Nambi Krishnan (BITS Pilani K K Birla Goa Campus) 11:00 935 Tailored Shapes of Fe-Ni-Co Nanowires – E. Podlaha, D. Li, and X. Geng (Northeastern University) 11:20 936 Aging Mechanisms in Electrodeposited Cobalt-Hardened Gold Coatings – D. Banga (Sandia National Laboratories) 11:40 937 Au-Pd-Pt Multilayer Catalyst for Miniature Fuel Cells – R. Shirai (Tokyo University of Science), N. Vasiljevic (School of Physics, University of Bristol), and M. Hayase (Tokyo University of Science) 12:00 938 1D Core-Shell Nanostructures Formed By Electrodeposition of Metals and Metalloids in Anodic TiO2 Nanotubes – D. Kowalski (Hokkaido University, University of Warsaw) 12:20 939 Template Free Photoelectrodeposition of Highly Periodic Three-Dimensional PbSe Nanostructures – K. R. Hamann, A. I. Carim, N. A. Batara, J. R. Thompson, H. A. Atwater, and N. S. Lewis (California Institute of Technology)

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Current Trends in Electrodeposition An Invited Symposium

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Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Energy Technology / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Chesapeake 12, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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Current Trends in Electrodeposition – 14:00 – 17:30 Chair: Giovanni Zangari 14:00

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(Electrodeposition Division Research Award Address) Metal Deposition Assisted by UPD Monolayers-Fundamentals and Applications – S. R. Brankovic (University of Houston, Houston, Texas) (Electrodeposition Division Early Career Investigator Award Address) Magnetocapacitive Carbon Nanocomposites – J. Zhu (The University of Akron) Break (Invited) Electrodeposition in Tailored Nanochannels: A Rich Plattform to Study Nanowire Growth in Confinement and to Develop Stable Functional 3D Nanowire Architectures – M. E. Toimil-Molares (GSI Helmholtz Center for Heavy Ion Research) (Invited) Electrodeposition for Large Scale Photovoltaic Deployment : A Prospective Trial – D. Lincot, E. Chassaing (CNRS), A. Duchatelet, and P. P. Grand (EDF)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

(Invited) Electrochemical Deposition of Carbon Materials in Molten Salts – D. Wang, M. Gao, Z. Chen, B. Deng, H. Yin, W. Xiao, and X. Mao (Wuhan University)

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Electrochemical and Spectroscopic Studies of Oxidation of Biomass Mimics By Cobalt Complexes – L. T. Servedio, S. Foister (University of Tennessee - Knoxville), and T. A. Zawodzinski Jr. (University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN) Viologen-Catalyzed Conversion of Carbohydrates in a Biofuel Cell for Sustainable Energy – M. Bahari, S. Carter, H. Bingham, G. D. Watt, R. Lewis (Brigham Young University), and J. N. Harb (Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Brigham Young University) Electrocatalytic Biomass Valorization Integrated with Hydrogen Production – Y. Sun (Utah State University) Electro-Conversion of Renewables Originating from Waste Streams of the Pulping Process – S. R. Waldvogel (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz) Study the Mechanism of the Electrochemical Oxidation of Lignin Model Compounds – R. Ghahremani (Ohio University) and J. A. Staser (Chemical Engineering) Break Electrochemical Conversion of BioSourced Alcohols / Polyols and Saccharides for Platform Molecules and Hydrogen Cogeneration – S. Baranton (University of Poitiers), J. González-Cobos (Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia), A. Zalineeva, T. Rafaideen, H. Bensalem, M. Simões, K. De Oliveira-Vigier, and C. Coutanceau (University of Poitiers) Continuous Electrochemical Reactor for Conversion of Biorefinery Lignin to Aromatic Compounds – M. NaderiNasrabadi (Ohio University) and J. A. Staser (Chemical Engineering) Accessing New Monomers from Biopriviledged Molecules By Coupling Metabolic Engineering and Electrosynthesis – J. E. Matthiesen (NSF-ERC Center for Biorenewable Chemicals (CBiRC), Iowa State University), S. Abdolmohammadi (Iowa State University, NSF-ERC Center for Biorenewable Chemicals (CBiRC)), E. W. Cochran (Iowa State University), and J. P. Tessonnier (Iowa State University, NSF-ERC Center for Biorenewable Chemicals (CBiRC))

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Coupled Microbial Electrolysis Cells and Struvite Precipitation for Enhanced Nutrient Recovery from Wastewater – B. Skinn (Faraday Technology, Inc.), L. Southworth, S. Patel (University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign), S. Snyder (Faraday Technology, Inc.), R. D. Cusick (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), M. Inman, and E. J. Taylor (Faraday Technology, Inc.) Composite Photoelectrocatalysts for Tempo-mediated Alcohol Oxidations – D. J. Chadderdon, I. Wu, M. G. Panthani, and W. Li (Iowa State University)

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Semiconductor Process Integration 10 Electronics and Photonics Chesapeake C, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

High Performance Device and Heterogeneous Integration 1 – 08:00 – 10:30 Co-Chairs: Kangguo Cheng and Patrick Chin 08:00

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Understanding the Economic Feasibility of Valorizing Lignocellulosic Biomass through Electrochemical Hydrogenation – M. J. Orella, S. M. Brown, Y. Roman, and F. R. Brushett (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Selective Hydrogenations in Proton Exchange Membrane Reactor – S. Carl (University of Michigan), K. Waldrop, P. N. Pintauro (Vanderbilt University), and L. T. Thompson (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR), University of Michigan) Mechanistic Insights into Furfural Reduction on Metal Electrodes: Distinguishing Pathways for Selective Hydrogenation of Biorenewable Oxygenates – X. Chadderdon, D. J. Chadderdon (Iowa State University), J. E. Matthiesen (US Department of Energy Ames Laboratory), J. P. Tessonnier, and W. Li (Iowa State University) Electrochemical Flow Cell for the Upgrading of Biomass Derived Streams – L. A. Diaz and T. E. Lister (Idaho National Laboratory) Effects of Applied Potentials and Copper Electrocatalysts on Electrochemical Hydrogenation and Hydrogenolysis of Furfural in Acidic Solution – S. Jung, A. N. Karaiskakis, and E. J. Biddinger (The City College of New York, CUNY) Break Towards Sustainable Fuels from Biomass Using Fast Pyrolysis and Electrocatalysis in Regional Depots – C. M. Saffron, S. Das, P. Fasahati, M. Garedew (Michigan State University), C. H. Lam (Yale University), and J. E. Jackson (Michigan State University) Electrocatalytic Reduction of Carbonyl Groups in Aromatic Molecules: A Step Towards Electrochemical Bio-Oil Conversion – O. Y. Gutiérrez Tinoco, U. Sanyal, S. Akhade, J. A. Lopez Ruiz, D. Camaioni, J. Holladay (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), and J. A. Lercher (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Technische Universität München) Functionality Impacts on Reaction Rates for Simple Mixtures of Aldehydes and Ketones – J. Holladay, J. A. Lopez Ruiz, M. Lilga, A. Padmaperuma, and S. Akhade (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) Towards Controlling the Electrocatalytic Hydrogenation of Oxygenated Hydrocarbons through Particle Size Effects – U. Sanyal, O. Y. Gutiérrez Tinoco, D. Camaioni, A. Karkamkar, M. Derewinski (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), and J. A. Lercher (Technische Universität München)

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(Invited) FinFET Technology – K. Cheng (IBM) (Invited) Low Power Tunneling FET Technologies Using Ge/III-V Materials – S. Takagi, D. H. Ahn, M. Noguchi, S. Yoon, T. Gotow, K. Nishi, M. Kim, T. E. Bae, T. Katoh, R. Matsumura, R. Takaguchi, and M. Takenaka (The University of Tokyo) The Impact of Tunnel FET on Heavy Ion Induced Transient Effect – Y. Wu and Y. Takahashi (Nihon University) (Invited) Diverse Accessible Heterogeneous Integration (DAHI) Foundry at Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems (NGAS) – A. Gutierrez-Aitken (Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems), D. Scott (Norhtrop Grumman Aerospace Systems), K. Sato, B. Poust, E. Nakamura, K. Thai, W. Chan, E. Kaneshiro, C. Monier, I. Smorchkova, N. Lin, D. Ferizovic, X. Zeng, A. Oki, and R. Kagiwada (Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems) (Invited) SiGe BiCMOS Heterogeneous Integration Using Wafer Bonding Technologies – M. Wietstruck, M. Kaynak, and A. Mai (IHP) Break

High Performance Device and Heterogeneous Integration 2 – 10:30 – 12:30 Co-Chairs: Gamal Refai-Ahmed and Matthias Wietsruck 10:30

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(Invited) Past, Present and Future Challenges of Thermal Management of Electronics Packaging – G. Refai-Ahmed (Xilinx) (Invited) Flexible Electronics for LowCost Applications: Process and Assembly Challenges – R. Bringans (PARC, a Xerox Company) (Invited) How to Integrate MEMS on Foundry-Fabricated CMOS Backplanes – M. Schulze, C. Hohle, and M. Friedrichs (Fraunhofer IPMS) (Invited) Detection of Bacterial Fluorescence by the Combination of MEMS Microfluidic Chip and Si Photodetector toward On-Chip Biological Sensing – S. Onishi, C. Y. Joon, M. Ishida, K. Sawada, H. Ishii (Toyohashi University of Technology), K. Machida, K. Masu (Tokyo Institute of Technology), Y. Nikaido, M. Saito (University of Occupational and Environmental Health), and S. Yoshida (Fukuoka Megumi Hospital)

Novel Process-Growth 1 – 14:00 – 15:40 Co-Chairs: Roger Loo and Andreas Mai 14:00

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(Invited) Epitaxial CVD Growth of Ultra-Thin Si Passivation Layers on Strained Ge Fin Structures – R. Loo, H. Arimura, D. J. Cott, L. Witters, G. Pourtois, A. Schulze, B. Douhard, W. Vanherle, G. Eneman, O. Richard, P. Favia, J. Mitard, D. Mocuta, R. Langer, and N. Collaert (imec, Belgium) Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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(Invited) Growth and Applications of Si1-xSnx Thin Films – M. Kurosawa (Nagoya University, JST-PRESTO), O. Nakatsuka, and S. Zaima (Nagoya University) (Invited) Functional Oxides for Energy Efficient Information Technology – C. Dubourdieu (Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie) Break

Novel Process-Growth 2 – 15:40 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Kenji Shiojima and Junichi Murota 15:40

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(Invited) The Roadmap to Applications of Graphene and Related Materials – A. C. Ferrari (University of Cambridge) (Invited) Scalable Growth of TwoDimensional Materials – a Prerequisite for Process Integration – S. Kataria, S. Wagner, and M. C. Lemme (RWTH Aachen University) (Invited) Gallium Oxide Power Devices Fabricated By Novel Processes – K. Kaneko (Kyoto University), T. Hitora (FLOSFIA Inc.), and S. Fujita (Kyoto University) (Invited) Ultrapure Homoepitaxial Diamond Films Grown by Chemical Vapor Deposition – T. Teraji (National Institute for Materials Science)

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High Temperature Materials / Dielectric Science and Technology / Electronics and Photonics Camelia 4, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Resistive Switching in Binary Oxides – 09:00 – 12:10 Co-Chairs: Anthony Joseph Kenyon and Jeehwan Kim 09:00

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Electronics and Photonics / Energy Technology / High Temperature Materials Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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In-Plane ZT Measurements of PbTe/PbSe Superlattice Layers Deposited by Atomic Layer Deposition – X. Chen (Applied Research Center), V. Linseis (Linseis Messgeräte GmbH), P. Lin (Applied Research Center), K. Zhang (Old Dominion University), H. Baumgart (Applied Research Center), and H. Reith (Leibniz-Institute for Solid State and Materials Research) Thermoelectric Characterization of Semiconducting Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Extracted By Flavin Compound – W. Huang (Kyushu University) and T. Fujigaya (PRESTO-JST, Dept Applied Chem. & WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University) (Invited) The Electrochemical Impedance Spectra of Bite Thermoelectric Element and Array – C. T. Lu (National United University), W. J. Li (Industrial Technology Research Institute), and K. L. Hsueh (National United University, Industrial Technology Research Institute) Simulation of Thermoelectric Generator Composed of Nanopatterned Thermoelement – X. Chen (Applied Research Center, Old Dominion University), P. Lin (Applied Research Center), K. Zhang (Old Dominion University), and H. Baumgart (Applied Research Center)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

Pulsed Laser Deposition of BiCl3 Doped Bi2S3/Cu Nanoparticle Composite Films for Thermoelectric Applications – T. H. Chen, W. Y. Chou, and C. H. Chen (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National Chiao Tung University) Synthesis of P-Type Fe3CoSnxSb12-X Skutterudite Single Phase By Designing Double Filled Compositions – S. M. Choi and G. Son (Korea Univ. of Tech. and Edu.)

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(Invited) Formation of Conducting Filaments in TaOx-Based Resistive Switching Devices – Y. Ma (Carnegie Mellon University), A. Herzing (National Institute of Standards and Technology), D. Li, N. T. Nuhfer, J. A. Bain (Carnegie Mellon University), and M. Skowronski (Carnegie Mellon Univ.) (Invited) Atomistic Simulations for Understanding Microscopic Mechanism of Amorphous-Tantalum-Oxide-Based Resistive Switching Devices – S. Watanabe (Dept. Materials Eng., UTokyo, and CMI2NIMS), B. Xiao (School of Chem. and Chem. Eng., Yantai Univ.), and W. Li (Dept. Materials Eng., UTokyo) In Operando Characterization of Pt-TaOx-Ta Bipolar Vacancy Change Memories – R. B. Jacobs-Gedrim (Sandia National Labs), P. Kotula (Sandia National Laboratories), W. M. Mook (Sandia National Labs), R. J. Bondi (AMD), L. M. Lowery, R. S. Goeke, C. L. Smith, D. R. Hughart, C. D. James, and M. J. Marinella (Sandia National Labs) Impact of Embedment of Cu/TaOx/Ru on Its Device Performance – M. Al-Mamun (Virginia Tech), S. W. King (Intel Corporation), and M. K. Orlowski (ECE Department Virginia Tech) Break (Invited) Local Redox Reaction By Ion Transport Probed By in-Situ PES Measurements – S. Yamaguchi (The University of Tokyo) The Role of Oxygen Vacancy Mobility at the Oxide Bulk and Electrode Interfaces for CeriaBased Memristive Devices – A. Nenning (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), R. Schmitt, R. Korobko (Electrochemical Materials ETH Zurich), and J. L. M. Rupp (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Short-Term Instability of the PostProgrammed Resistance State in HfO2-Based Rram – D. M. Nminibapiel (National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Old Dominion University), D. Veksler (National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)), P. R. Shrestha (Theiss Research, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)), J. P. Campbell, J. T. Ryan (National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)), H. Baumgart (Applied Research Center, Dept. Electrical & Computer Eng., Old Dominion Univ.), and K. P. Cheung (National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)) 169

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(Invited) Unconventional Computing with Memristors – D. Strukov (UC Santa Barbara) (Invited) The Non-Volatile Redox Transistor for Neuromorphic Computing – A. A. Talin (Sandia National Labs) Built-in Nonlinear Characteristics of Low Power Operating One-Resistor Selector-Less RRAM By Stacking Engineering – Y. C. Chen, Y. F. Chang (The University of Texas at Austin), C. Y. Lin (National Sun Yat-Sen University), X. Wu, G. Xu (The University of Texas at Austin), B. Fowler (The University of Austin), T. C. Chang (Department of Physics, National Sun Yat-Sen University), and J. C. Lee (University of Texas at Austin) Break (Invited) Epitaxial Random Access Memory (epiRAM) Towards Large-Scale Synaptic Arrays – J. Kim (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) (Invited) Resistance Switching in Silicon-Rich Silica: Electronic, Structural and Photonic Perspectives – A. J. Kenyon, A. Mehonic, M. Munde, W. H. Ng, M. Buckwell, L. Montesi, K. Zarudnyi (University College London), M. Bosman (Institute of Materials Research & Engineering (A*STAR)), T. Gerard, and A. L. Shluger (University College London) Design and Application of Strained Interface Heterostructures in Resistive Switching Devices – W. J. Bowman (Materials Science and Engineering, MIT), S. Schweiger (Electrochemical Materials ETH Zurich), R. Pfenninger (Electrochemical Materials, MIT), E. Izadi (School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy ASU), A. Darbal (AppFive), P. A. Crozier (School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy ASU), and J. L. M. Rupp (Electrochemical Materials, MIT) Anodic Oxides As Electrolytes for Resistive Switching Devices – A. Zaffora, F. Di Quarto (Università di Palermo), I. Valov (Research Centre Juelich), and M. Santamaria (Università di Palermo)

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State-of-the-Art Program on Compound Semiconductors 60 (SOTAPOCS 60) Electronics and Photonics Chesapeake A, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Growth, Characterization, and Modeling – 08:30 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Erica A. Douglas and Robert P. Lynch 08:30

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Ferroelectric Heterostructures for Synapse Devices – T. Choi (Sejong University) I-V Characteristics of NiO Nanowire Based Resistive Change Memory – K. Takase, T. Aono, K. Sugawa (Nihon University), T. Shimizu, and S. Shingubara (Kansai University)

(Invited) Engineering Metal Oxide Semiconductors for Flexible Electronics – R. Martins (CENIMAT, CEMOP/Uninova) III-Nitride Epitaxy for Electronic and Optoelectronic Devices – F. S. ShahedipourSandvik, I. Mahaboob, J. Marini, K. Hogan, and E. Rocco (SUNY Polytechnic Institute) (Invited) Growth and Characterization of Bulk Hvpe-GaN. Pathway to Highly Conductive and Semi-Insulating GaN Substrates – M. Bockowski (Institute of High Pressure Physics PAS) Break (Invited) GaN-Based Device Reliability Investigations through Advanced TEM Techniques – P. Specht (University of California, Berkeley), T. J. Anderson, A. D. Koehler (Naval Research Laboratory), O. D. Dubon (University of California, Berkeley), and T. R. Weatherford (Naval Postgradute School) (Invited) Atom Probe Tomography of 1D, 2D and 3D Semiconductors – P. Kung, J. L. Waters, S. Garg, and S. M. Kim (University of Alabama) Efficient Band-to-Trap Tunneling Model Including Heterojunction Band Offset – X. Gao, A. Huang (Sandia National Laboratories), and B. Kerr (New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology) Numerical Model of Three-Step Mechanism of Pore Formation in n-InP – I. Clancy (Department of Physics, University of Limerick), N. Quill (Department of Physics, University of Limerick, Bernal Institute, University of Limerick, Ireland), C. O’Dwyer (Department of Chemistry, University College Cork), D. N. Buckley, and R. P. Lynch (Department of Physics, University of Limerick, Bernal Institute, University of Limerick, Ireland)

2D Materials and Devices – 13:30 – 16:50 Co-Chairs: Colm O’Dwyer and Erica A. Douglas 13:30

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(Invited) 2D Materials: Large Scale Synthesis, Doping, and Transport – J. A. Robinson (Pennsylvania State University) (Invited) Bottom up Synthesis of FewLayer Van-Der Waals Heterostructures on Multifarious Semiconducting Substrates – L. O. Nyakiti (Materials Science and Engineering, Texas A&M University), J. K. Hite (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), Z. Robinson (The College at Brockport), K. Sridhara (Texas A&M University), R. L. Myers-Ward (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington DC), M. Currie, C. R. Eddy, Jr., and K. Gaskill (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory)

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(Invited) Optoelectronic Components Based on Semiconducting Transition Metal Dichalcogenides – L. Balicas (National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Physics Department, Florida State University) Break (Invited) Novel Electronic Transport in Topological Semimetals – W. Yu (Sandia National Laboratories), Y. Jiang, J. Yang (Georgia Institute of Technology), Z. Dun, H. Zhou (University of Tennessee), Z. Jiang (Georgia Institute of Technology), P. Lu (Sandia National Laboratories), and W. Pan (Sandia National Labs) (Invited) Dirac Fermions in Layered Topological Material ZrTe5 – Z. Jiang, Y. Jiang (Georgia Institute of Technology), and D. Smirnov (National High Magnetic Field Laboratory) (Invited) Scalable Planar Fabrication Processes for Chalcogenide-Based Topological Insulators – P. A. Sharma, M. D. Henry, E. A. Douglas, A. Lima Sharma, R. Lewis (Sandia National Laboratories), J. D. Sugar (Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA), N. Koirala, M. Salehi, and S. Oh (Rutgers University)

Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Electronic and Photonic Devices 10

Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology Chesapeake E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Two Dimensional Materials 3 – 07:30 – 10:10 Co-Chairs: Song Jin and Joshua A Robinson 07:30

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(Invited) Electronic and Chemical Structure of 2D Materials – S. Pookpanratana (National Institute of Standards and Technology) (Invited) Solution-Processed Charge Transfer Doping of Transition-Metal Dichalcogenides (TMDs) with Redox-Active Molecules – S. Zhang (Theiss Research, National Institute of Standards and Technology), C. A. Hacker, and S. Pookpanratana (National Institute of Standards and Technology) (Invited) Ion Intercalation and High Temperature Behavior of 2D Materials – L. Hu (University of Maryland Energy Research Center) (Invited) Overview of ALD Synthesized MoS2 Thin Films – H. Baumgart (Applied Research Center), M. Zeng (George Mason University), K. Zhang (Applied Research Center, Old Dominion University), X. Chen, P. Lin (Applied Research Center), and Q. Li (George Mason University) Enhanced Piezoelectric Property in Strained Anisotropic Layered Tungsten Ditelluride Nanoflowers – S. Masimukku and J. M. Wu (National Tsing Hua University) Performance Enhancement of WTe2 Devices By h-BN Encapsulation – M. Pan (Huazhong University of Science and Technology), H. Yuan (Huazhong University of Science and Techlonogy), and Y. Zhao (South University of Science and Technology of China)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Electronic and Photonic Devices 4 – 10:20 – 12:20 Chair: Jyh Ming Wu 10:20

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(Invited) Enhanced Self-Assembly of Crystalline, Large-Area and PeriodicityTunable TiO2 Nanotube Arrays on Various Substrates for Technological Applications – J. C. Ho (Dept of Physics & Materials Science, City Univ. of Hong Kong) (Invited) SURMOFs and CCNCs As Novel Tuneable Materials for Electronic Devices and Applications – E. Redel (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) (Invited) Crystalline Electronic and Photonic Materials Grown on Non-Epitaxial Substrates – R. Kapadia, D. Sarkar, and W. Wang (University of Southern California) (Invited) Semiconducting PolymerSemiconducting Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Hybrid Nanocomposites – D. Lee (North Carolina State University), G. Park (Gachon University), H. J. Shin (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology), and W. J. Kim (Gachon University)

Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Electronic and Photonic Devices 5 – 14:00 – 16:30 Chair: Johnny C. Ho 14:00

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(Invited) Novel Nanophotonic Devices By Engineering Light-Matter Interactions in Low-Dimensional Systems – R. Agarwal (University of Pennsylvania) (Invited) Incommensurate Epitaxy of Low-Dimensional Metal Halides – J. Shi (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) (Invited) Band Gap Engineering and Heterostructures of Low Dimensional Semiconductors – T. Yang, X. Zhang, and A. Pan (Hunan University) (Invited) Orthogonal E-Beam Lithography Approach on 2D Organic-Inorganic Halide Perovskites – C. H. Lin, B. Cheng, T. Y. Li, J. R. Durán Retamal, and J. H. He (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology) (Invited) Increasing the Bandwidth of Semiconductor Photodetectors through Hot Carrier Generation in Nanometer-Scale Optical Coatings – L. J. Krayer (Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park) and J. N. Munday (University of Maryland, College Park)

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Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Electronic and Photonic Devices 6 – 16:40 – 18:30 Chair: Woo-Jae Kim 16:40

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(Invited) Hyperbolic Metamaterials and Their Imaging, Lasing, Sensing Applications – J. Rho (Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH)) (Invited) Welding of Nickel Nanowires By Ions Beam Irradiation: From Small to Large Scale – S. Honey (Centre of Excellence in Solid State Physics, UNESCO-UNISA & IThemba LABS South Africa), I. Ahmad (National Centre for Physics), S. Naseem (Centre of Excellence in Solid State Physics), M. Malik (iThemba Labs, Somerset West 7129, South Africa), and K. John (GNS Science, Lower Hutt, New Zealand) (Invited) Guided Nanowire Optoelectronics – E. Joselevich (Weizmann Institute of Science) Comprehensive Modeling and Simulation of the Effects of Surface Defects on Graphene Chemical Sensors – A. Lowenberger and Q. Li (George Mason University)

Gallium Nitride and Silicon Carbide Power Technologies 7

GaN & SiC Characterization I – 13:30 – 15:10 Co-Chairs: Roberta Nipoti and Lisa M. Porter 13:30

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GaN & SiC Characterization II – 15:45 – 16:55 Co-Chairs: Aris Christou and Joan J. Carvajal 15:45

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Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology Chesapeake B, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Wednesday, October 4

Ultra Wide Bandgap Technologies – 09:00 – 11:30 Co-Chairs: Kenneth A. Jones and Aivars Lelis 09:00

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(Invited) Ultra-Wide-Bandgap Aluminum Gallium Nitride Power Switching Devices – R. J. Kaplar, A. A. Allerman, A. M. Armstrong, M. H. Crawford, G. W. Pickrell, J. R. Dickerson, J. D. Flicker, M. P. King, K. C. Cross, C. E. Glaser, M. Van Heukelom, A. G. Baca, S. Reza, B. Klein, and E. A. Douglas (Sandia National Laboratories) (Invited) Growth and Characterization of α-, β-, and ε-Ga2O3 Epitaxial Layers on Sapphire – Y. Yao, L. A. M. Lyle, J. A. Rokholt (Carnegie Mellon University), S. Okur, G. S. Tompa, T. Salagaj, N. Sbrockey (Structured Materials Industries, Inc), R. F. Davis, and L. M. Porter (Carnegie Mellon University) (Invited) High Power Diamond Devices with 2-D Transport Channels – D. I. Shahin, A. Christou (University of Maryland), J. E. Butler (Euclid TechLabs 5900 Harper Rd, Cleveland, Ohio 44139), and A. Christou (University of Marylnd) (Invited) Growth and Characterization of Ultrawide Bandgap β-Ga2O3 Thin Films – H. Zhao, S. Rafique, L. Han, and D. Wang (Case Western Reserve University) (Invited) Progress and Challenges of AlGaN Schottky Diodes Grown on AlN Substrates – R. Dalmau, H. S. Craft, R. Schlesser, S. Mita, J. Smart (HexaTech, Inc.), C. Hitchcock, G. Pandey, T. S. P. Chow (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), and B. Moody (HexaTech, Inc.)

(Invited) UVPL Imaging of 4H-SiC Wafers Along the Device Processing Chain – B. Kallinger, D. Kaminzky, F. Edokam, P. Berwian, J. Friedrich, J. Schöck, and A. Bauer (Fraunhofer IISB) (Invited) Non-Destructive Three-Dimensional Imaging of Extended Defects in 4H-SiC – R. Tanuma, I. Kamata, and H. Tsuchida (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry) Classification of Killer and Non-Killer Silicon Carbide Epitaxial Defects and Accurate Prediction of Device Yield – H. Das, S. Sunkari, and H. Naas (ON Semiconductor) Estimation of lattice strain in 4H-SiC commercial wafer by Synchrotron Monochromatic X-ray topographic contour mapping – J. Guo, Y. Yang, B. Raghothamachar, and M. Dudley (Stony Brook University)

(Invited) Novel Implantation Processing and Characterization for Scalable GaN Power Devices – M. S. Goorsky, C. Li (University of California, Los Angeles), T. Bai (UCLA), K. D. Hobart (Naval Research Laboratory), M. J. Tadjer (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), T. J. Anderson (NRL), J. K. Hite (Naval Research Laboratory, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), and B. Feigelson (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory) Recent Advancement in Charge- and Photo-Assisted Non-Contact Electrical Characterization of SiC, GaN, and GaN/ AlGaN High Electron Mobility Transistor Structures – A. D. Findlay, M. Wilson, A. Savtchouk, J. Lagowski, J. D’Amico (Semilab SDI), and R. Hillard (Semilab USA) Studies on Doping Concentration Variations in 4H-SiC Substrates using X-Ray Contour Mapping – Y. Yang, J. Guo, B. Raghothamachar, X. Chan, T. Kim, and M. Dudley (Stony Brook University)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 2, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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D-21 Pt-alloy Cathode Catalysts 2 & Catalyst Layers 1 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Stève Baranton and Yu Morimoto 08:00

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Investigating the Durability of Unsupported Pt-Alloy Aerogel Cathode – S. Henning (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut), H. Ishikawa (Panasonic corporation), L. Kühn (Chair of Physical Chemistry, TU Dresden), J. Herranz (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut), A. Eychmüller (Chair of Physical Chemistry, TU Dresden), and T. J. Schmidt (Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, ETH Zürich) 08:20 1551 (Invited) Catalyst Design for Oxygen Reduction Reaction: Platinum Monometallic, Binary and Ternary Nanocatalyst – S. Baranton, S. Lankiang (University of Poitiers), D. Dru, J. Bigarré, P. Buvat (CEA), and C. Coutanceau (University of Poitiers) 09:00 1552 Cobalt Platinum Bronze As a Catalyst for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – Y. Kamitaka and Y. Morimoto (Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.) 09:20 1553 Enhanced Ru Utilization with High Stability of (RuxCoy)Se2/C Electrocatalyst Toward Oxygen Reduction Reaction – J. Zheng, Q. Gong, S. Gong, W. Yang, X. Cheng, Y. Zhang (Xiamen University), and H. Li (Fujian College of Water Conservancy and Electric Power) 09:40 Intermission 10:00 1554 MRI and 1H/19F NMR Investigation of Dispersion State of PEFC Catalyst Ink – Y. Kameya, N. Iriguchi (Tokyo Institute of Technology), M. Ohki, K. Yokoyama, S. Sugawara, H. Sugimori (FC-Cubic Technology Research Association), S. Uemura, T. Sasabe, T. Yoshida, and S. Hirai (Tokyo Institute of Technology) 10:20 1555 Electrospun Nanofiber Fuel Cell MEA Cathodes with PtCo/C Catalyst – J. J. Slack, R. Wycisk (Vanderbilt University), N. Dale, A. Kumar (Nissan Technical Center North America), and P. N. Pintauro (Vanderbilt University) 10:40 1556 Optimization of Pt Catalyst for Anode/Cathode of PEMFC via Magnetron Sputtering – A. Ostroverkh, M. Dubau, V. Johanek, P. Kus (Charles University), I. Khalakhan (Charles Univeristy), M. Vaclavu (Charles University), R. Fiala (Central European Research Infrastructure Consortium), Y. Ostroverkh, and V. Matolin (Charles University) 11:00 1557 Assessment of Cathode Catalyst Characteristics to Enhance High Current Density Performance in PEMFCs – P. Mani, M. Cimenti, D. Manolescu, D. Susac (AFCC Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.), J. Jankovic (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.), D. Sun, and A. Habisch (AFCC Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.) Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

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Fuel Cell Testing of Intermetallic Oxygen Reduction Catalysts – Y. T. Pan, Y. S. Kim (Los Alamos National Laboratory), J. Li, S. Sun (Brown University), and J. S. Spendelow (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Durability of Pt-Co Alloy Cathode Catalysts for PEM Fuel Cells Under Cyclic Potentials – D. D. Papadias, R. Ahluwalia, N. Kariuki, D. J. Myers (Argonne National Laboratory), K. L. More, D. A. Cullen, B. Sneed (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), R. Mukundan, R. L. Borup (Los Alamos National Laboratory), K. C. Neyerlin, and S. S. Kocha (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Diagnostics/Characterization Methods, MEA Design/Model

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 3, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center A-21 Cell and Stack Performance – 08:00 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Bryan S Pivovar and Jingxin Zhang 08:00

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(Invited) Methods for Understanding and Mitigating High Current Density Performance Losses in Low Loaded Pt-Based PEMFCs – K. C. Neyerlin (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), L. Anderson (National Renewable Energy Lab, UC Merced), A. Chuang (UC Merced), K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), R. Ahluwalia (Argonne National Laboratory), S. A. Mauger, G. Bender, B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), W. Gu, S. Kumaraguru (General Motors Company, Global Fuel Cell Activities), A. Kongkanand (General Motors, Fuel Cell Activities), and S. S. Kocha (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) Quantitative Measurement of Local Fuel Cell Electrode Potentials – J. S. Spendelow, J. H. Dumont, R. Mukundan (Los Alamos National Laboratory), L. Castanheira, G. Hinds (National Physical Laboratory), and R. L. Borup (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Oxygen Partial Pressure on the GDL Surface under the Single-Serpentine Flow Channel and the Ribs in a Running PEFC – K. Takanohashi, M. Uchida, A. Iiyama, and J. Inukai (University of Yamanashi) Transient Cell Reversal Due to Anode Hydrogen Starvation in PEM Fuel Cells Experimental and Modeling Study – J. Zhang, W. Gu, P. T. Yu, E. A. Bonn, S. Kumaraguru, and B. Lakshmanan (General Motors Company, Global Fuel Cell Activities) PEFC17 Poster Award (Section D room) (Invited) Durability Evaluation of PEM Fuel Cells for Automotive Application – N. Dale (Nissan Technical Center North America) Measurement System of Water Content inside FCV Stack By Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – C. Mizutani, M. Shiozawa (SOKEN, INC.), T. Maruo, and S. Aso (TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION)

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Catalyst Activity/Durability for Hydrogen(Reformate) Acidic Fuel Cells


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Wednesday, October 4

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Development of a Common Differential Fuel Cell Test Fixture and Protocols to Expedite Material Development – S. Arisetty, J. Rock, J. Dabel, B. Lakshmanan (General Motors Company, Global Fuel Cell Activities), E. Kjell, C. Kennette (Automotive Fuel Cell Corporation), M. DeBolt (Ford Motor Company), S. Kinthali, N. Cherat, D. Naidu (General Motors Technical Center), M. Roth, and M. Harper (General Motors Company, Global Fuel Cell Activities) Optimizing the Interface of a Bipolar Membrane Fuel Cell: An Experimental Study – A. M. Park, K. C. Neyerlin, G. Bender, H. Long, and B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) An Economical Half-Cell and a Modified Rotating Disk Electrode for Electrochemical Characterizations of Fuel Cell Catalyst-Coated Membranes and Gas Diffusion Electrodes – A. Bonakdarpour, J. Kwan, B. A. Pinaud, L. Daniel, G. Afonso, and D. P. Wilkinson (University of British Columbia) Determining Water Content and Distribution in PEMFCs to Predict Aging While in Storage – S. Stariha, M. S. Wilson (Los Alamos National Laboratory), J. M. LaManna (National Institute of Standards and Technology), D. L. Jacobson, D. S. Hussey (NIST), N. Macauley (Ballard Power Systems), J. Rau, and R. L. Borup (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Fuel Cell Systems, Stack/BOP Design, Gas Processing Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 15, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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Review: PEMFC Materials’ Thermal Conductivity and Influence on Internal Temperature Profiles – O. S. Burheim (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) 10:40

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Segmented Fuel Cell for Verification of Variable Temperature Flow Field Concept – F. Barbir, Ž. Penga, and I. Pivac (FESB, University of Split) A Novel Way to Determine the Product Distribution from Parasitic Methanol Oxidation Reaction on Oxygen Reduction Reaction Catalysts – T. Jurzinsky, P. Kurzhals, K. Pinkwart, J. Tübke, and C. Cremers (Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology ICT) Measurement of Water Vapor Concentration in Narrow Channel of PEFC Using FiberOptic Sensor Based on Laser Absorption Spectroscopy – K. Nishida, R. Nakauchi, Y. Maeda (Kyoto Institute of Technology), T. Umekawa (Plumtec, Inc.), and M. Kawasaki (Nagoya University) Investigation of Hydrogen Starvation of Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells in Freezing Condition Using Reference Electrode – L. Hu (Carnegie Mellon University), B. K. Hong (Hyundai-Kia Motors), J. G. Oh (Hyundai Motor Company), and S. Litster (Carnegie Mellon University)

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) - Materials for Alkaline Fuel Cells and Direct-Fuel Fuel Cells Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 14, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

B-21 Electrode/cell Analysis and Impurities – 08:15 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Shawn Litster and Karen Swider-Lyons

E-21 Alkaline Catalysis 3 – 08:20 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: David Fermin and Plamen Atanassov

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Welcoming Remarks Durability Improvement of Pt Shell-Pd Core Structured Catalyst Via Poly-Dopamine Coating – H. Daimon, S. Higuchi, Y. Matsui, H. Kawasaki, Y. Noguchi, T. Doi, and M. Inaba (Doshisha University) 08:40 1455 Comprehensive Understanding of Electrode Processes in PEMFCs Exposed to Various Pollutants Using Spatial AC-Impedance Spectroscopy – T. V. Reshetenko (University of Hawaii - Manoa) 09:00 1456 The Influence of CO on Hydrogen Evolution – C. J. Banas (Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Univ. of Connecticut), L. J. Bonville (Center for Clean Energy Engineering), U. Pasaogullari (University of Connecticut, Dept. of Mechanical Engr.), and T. M. Molter (Sustainable Innovations, LLC) 09:20 1457 Effects of a Co-Reactant Redox Behavior on the AC Impedance Response of the ORR – Y. Zhai (University of Hawaii - Manoa), J. Ge (Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry), and J. St-Pierre (University of Hawaii Manoa) 09:40 Break

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(Invited) Probing the Activity of Transition Metal Oxide Nanoparticles Towards the Oxygen Reduction Reaction – D. Fermin (School of Chemistry, University of Bristol), V. Celorrio (University of Bristol), L. Calvillo (University of Padova), A. E. Russell (University of Southampton), and G. Granozzi (Department of Chemical Sciences, University of Padova) 09:00 1632 Imidazoles-Derived PGM-Free Cathode Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – R. R. Gokhale, Y. Chen, A. Serov (University of New Mexico), K. Artyushkova (Center for Micro-Engineered Materials), and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico) 09:20 1633 Oxygen Electrocatalysis on Transition Metal Spinel Oxides – Z. J. Xu (Nanyang Technological University) 09:40 1634 Effect of pH on the Activity of Hydrogen Oxidation Reaction/Hydrogen Evolution Reaction over PtRu Bimetallic Catalysts – J. Nash, J. Zheng, B. Xu, and Y. Yan (University of Delaware) 10:00 Intermission

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Ni-Based Hydrogen Oxidation Reaction Electrocatalysts for Alkaline Anion-Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells: Systematic Study on the Doping Effect – E. S. Davydova and D. R. Dekel (Technion Israel Institute of Technology) FeNi2Se4 – Reduced Graphene Oxide Nanocomposite: Enhancing Electrocatalytic Activity for Water Oxidation through Synergistic Effects – S. Umapathi, J. Masud, A. T. Swesi, and M. Nath (Missouri University of Science & Technology) Nickel Metal Alloy’s As PGM-Free Catalysts for Hydrogen Oxidation Reaction in Anion Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – A. J. Roy, P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico), K. Artyushkova (Center for Micro-Engineered Materials), A. Serov (University of New Mexico), B. Zulevi (Pajarito Powder LLC), and M. Rezaei Talarposhti (University of New Mexico) Decoupling the Hydrogen Binding Energy to the Hydrogen Oxidation Reaction Kinetics in Alkaline Media – J. Li, S. Ghoshal, M. Bates (Northeastern University), S. Mukerjee (Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Northeastern University), and Q. Jia (Northeastern University) A Model Based Analysis of Anion Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – I. G. Rasin (Technion), M. Page (POCellTech), D. R. Dekel (Technion Israel Institute of Technology), and S. Brandon (Technion)

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Diagnostics/Characterization Methods, MEA Design/Model

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 3, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center A-22 Catalyst Layer 2 – 13:40 – 18:20 Co-Chairs: Shawn Litster and Thomas A. Zawodzinski Jr. 13:40

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(Invited) In Situ/Operando Characterization of Electrocatalysts Using Ambient Pressure XPS – E. J. Crumlin (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, LBNL, Advanced Light Source, LBNL) Advances in Structural Characterization Using Soft X-Ray Scanning Transmission Microscopy: Mapping and Measuring Porosity in in Catalyst Layers – V. Berejnov (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.), M. Saha (AFCC), D. Susac (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.), J. Stumper (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation), M. West, and A. P. Hitchcock (McMaster University)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

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Measurement of Mechanical Behavior of Pristine Fuel Cell Electrodes Using Water Surface – S. Kim, J. H. Kim (KAIST), J. G. Oh (Hyundai Motor Company), K. L. Jang (KAIST), B. H. Jeong, B. K. Hong (Hyundai Motor Company), and T. S. Kim (KAIST) Understanding N-Functionalized CarbonBased Catalysts and Supports Via Atom Probe Tomography and Electron Microscopy – C. Ngo, D. R. Diercks, M. B. Strand, M. J. Dzara, and S. Pylypenko (Colorado School of Mines)

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) - CationExchange Membrane Performance and Durability Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 14, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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Introductory Remarks (Invited) Direct Membrane Deposition– a Fast and Simple Technique for Membrane Electrode Assembly Manufacturing – M. Klingele, S. Vierrath, M. Breitwieser, C. Klose (IMTEK University of Freiburg), and S. Thiele (IMTEK - University of Freiburg, Hahn-Schickard) Influence of Short-Side-Chain Perfluorosulfonic Acid Ionomer As Binders on the Performance of Fuel Cell Cathode Catalyst Layers – Y. Garsany (EXCET Inc.), M. B. Sassin (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), B. D. Gould (US Naval Research Laboratory), R. M. E. Hjelm (NRC Postdoctoral Fellowship Program), and K. Swider-Lyons (US Naval Research Laboratory) Break A New Class of Fuel Cells Based on Ion PairCoordinated Proton Exchange Membranes – Y. S. Kim, K. S. Lee, G. M. Purdy (Los Alamos National Laboratory), Y. K. Choe (AIST), C. Fujimoto (Sandia National Laboratory), J. Han, and C. Bae (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) Thin Pore-Filling Electrolyte Membranes with Low EW Perfluorosulfonic Acid Ionomer and Their PEFC Performances – T. Yamaguchi, J. Tomatsu, and Y. Oshiba (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Polymer Blend Membrane with ChargeTransfer Complex for PEFC Application – M. Nishihara (Kyushu University), S. Feng, L. Christiani (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyushu University), S. Kondo, T. Kaseyama, T. Nakazawa, T. Kikuchi (Nissan Chemical Industries, Ltd), and K. Sasaki (Department of Hydrogen Energy Systems, Kyushu University)

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Nanocellulose: Abundant Biopolymer Membranes for Next-Generation Low-Cost Fuel Cells – T. Bayer (Next-Generation Fuel Cell Research Center, I2CNER, Kyushu University), R. Selyanchyn (I2CNER, Kyushu University), M. Nishihara (NextGeneration Fuel Cell Research Center, Kyushu University), S. Fujikawa (I2CNER, Kyushu University), K. Sasaki (Department of Hydrogen Energy Systems, Kyushu University, Next-Generation Fuel Cell Resarch Center), and S. M. Lyth (I2CNER, Kyushu University, Energy Engineering Group, University of Sheffield) 1474 Diethylmethylammonium Trifluoromethanesulfonate/Phosphoric Acid Mixture As Electrolyte for Non-Humidified Intermediate Temperature Fuel Cells – J. Yu, S. Kikuchi, H. P. Peediyakkal, H. Munakata, and K. Kanamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University) 1475 Strategies to Improve PFSA Membrane Durability: Benefits and Challenges – M. Zaton, N. Donzel, L. Pasquini, S. Cavaliere, J. Rozière, and D. J. Jones (CNRS - ICGM AIME - University of Montpellier)

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Catalyst Activity/Durability for Hydrogen(Reformate) Acidic Fuel Cells

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 2, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center D-22 Catalyst Layers 2 – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Atsushi Ohma and Rod L. Borup 14:00

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(Invited) Catalyst Layer Development at Nissan – A. Ohma, T. Mashio, S. Takahashi, Y. Furuya, K. Arihara, and H. Iden (Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.) Structural Control of Carbon-Free Catalyst Layer Using Connected Platinum-Iron Nanoparticle Catalyst for Improved MassTransport in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – H. Kuroki, V. Dhavale, T. Tamaki (Kanagawa Institute of Industrial Science and Technology, Tokyo Institute of Technology), and T. Yamaguchi (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Kanagawa Institute of Industrial Science and Technology) Density-Modulated Platinum Thin Films for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – B. Ergul (University of Arkansas at Little Rock), M. Begum (University of Arkansas - Little Rock), N. Kariuki, D. J. Myers (Argonne National Laboratory), and T. Karabacak (University of Arkansas - Little Rock) Development and Implementation of Catalysts and Membrane Electrode Assemblies Based on Extended Thin Film Electrocatalysts – S. M. Alia, K. C. Neyerlin, K. Hurst, J. W. Zack, S. A. Mauger (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), W. W. McNeary, A. Weimer, W. Medlin (University of Colorado, Boulder), S. M. Shulda, C. Ngo, S. Pylypenko (Colorado School of Mines), and B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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Investigation of Oxygen Transport Resistance in M-ACLS Electrodes for PEFC Cathodes – Y. Kanai, T. Fukazawa, T. Yoshida, Y. Nakano, and W. Mei (Corporate R&D Center, Toshiba Corporation) 16:00 Intermission 16:20 1565 Tracking Degradation Induced Structural and Compositional Changes of a Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell Cathode Catalyst Layer Following Voltage Cycling Using MicroXct – R. T. White, S. H. Eberhardt, M. Najm, F. P. Orfino (Simon Fraser University), M. Dutta (Ballard Power Systems), and E. Kjeang (Simon Fraser University) 16:40 1566 Effect of Cerium, Cobalt and Nickel Contaminants on the Oxygen Reduction Reaction at Platinum Electrodes – J. H. Dumont, A. M. Baker, S. Maurya, Y. S. Kim, R. Mukundan (Los Alamos National Laboratory), D. J. Myers (Argonne National Laboratory), and R. L. Borup (Los Alamos National Laboratory) 17:00 1567 Ca2+ Effects on a Pt/C Catalyst for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction – J. Qi (University of Hawaii - Manoa), J. Ge (Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry), M. A. Uddin (University of Connecticut), Y. Zhai (University of Hawaii - Manoa), U. Pasaogullari (University of Connecticut), and J. St-Pierre (University of Hawaii - Manoa) 17:20 1568 Effect of Accelerated Stress Testing on High Temperature Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell – V. Bandlamudi, P. Bujlo, C. Sita, and S. Pasupathi (HySA Systems, UWC) 17:40 1569 Durabilty of Pt-Based Alloy Nanoparticles Supported on Functionalized Carbon Materials for the ORR – Tuning the Interaction between Particles and Support Material – M. Werheid, P. Weber, D. J. Weber, M. Janssen, and M. Oezaslan (Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg)

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Polymer-Electrolyte Electrolysis

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 15, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

F-22 Classic PEM Electrolysis – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Shaun M Alia and Kateryna Artyushkova 14:00

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(Invited) Elucidating Oxygen Evolution on Model Oxide Electrodes – I. E. L. Stephens (Technical University of Denmark) (Invited) Three-Dimensional Analysis of Electrode Structures – K. Artyushkova (Center for Micro-Engineered Materials), M. Hossen (University of New Mexico), A. Serov (Pajarito Powder LLC), P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico), C. Capuano, N. Danilovic, and K. E. Ayers (Proton OnSite) A Novel Fabrication Technique for Electrodes of PEM Water Electrolyzers – M. Bühler (Hahn-Schickard Freiburg), C. Klose, F. Hegge (IMTEK - University of Freiburg), T. Lickert (Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE), and S. Thiele (IMTEK University of Freiburg)

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Hollow Iridium-Based Catalysts for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction in Proton Exchange Membrane Water Electrolyzers – J. Peron (CNRS - ITODYS, University Paris Diderot), M. Faustini (CNRS - LCMCP, Sorbonne Universités, UPMC), M. Giraud (CNRS - ITODYS, University Paris Diderot), D. J. Jones, J. Rozière (CNRS - ICGM - AIME - University of Montpellier), C. Boissière (CNRS - LCMCP, Sorbonne Universités, UPMC), and C. Tard (CNRS - LCM, Ecole Polytechnique) 15:40 1653 Oxygen Evolution and Dissolution of Iridium Based Water Splitting Anodes – O. Kasian, S. Geiger, D. J. S. Sandbeck, M. Schalenbach (Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH), S. Cherevko (Helmholtz-Institue Erlangen-Nürnberg), and K. Mayrhofer (Helmholtz-Institute Erlangen-Nürnberg) 16:00 Break 16:20 1654 Two-Dimensional Iridium-Nickel-Oxide Nanoframes for High Activity Oxygen Evolution Electrocatalysts – C. Rhodes, F. Godinez-Salomon, and L. Albiter (Texas State University) 16:40 1655 Iridium Nanowires As Highly Active, Oxygen Evolution Reaction Electrocatalysts – S. M. Alia (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), S. M. Shulda, C. Ngo, S. Pylypenko (Colorado School of Mines), and B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) 17:00 1656 Activity-Stability Relationships on CostEffective Materials for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction – P. P. Lopes, P. F. B. D. Martins, V. Stamenkovic (Argonne National Laboratory), M. G. Kanatzidis (Northwestern University), and N. M. Markovic (Argonne National Laboratory) 17:20 1437 (Invited) Innovative Low Cost Bipolar Plates and Current Collectors for Proton Exchange Membrane Electrolyzers – A. S. Gago, P. Lettenmeier, and K. A. Friedrich (German Aerospace Center (DLR))

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Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics 11 (IMCC 11) High Temperature Materials National Harbor 7, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

SOFC and SOEC Performance – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Sean R. Bishop and Michael C Tucker 08:00

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(Invited) Metal-Supported Solid Oxide Fuel Cells with High Power Density – M. C. Tucker (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) (Invited) Anode-Supported Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Technology Development for Efficient and Clean Power Generation – H. GhezelAyagh and B. P. Borglum (FuelCell Energy, Inc.) Structural and Electrochemical Study on Thin Film Cathodes Fabricated By Spray Pyrolysis – L. Zhang, L. Zhu, and A. V. Virkar (The University of Utah) Break (Invited) Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Development at Redox Power Systems, LLC – S. R. Bishop, L. Wang, T. Langdo, and B. M. Blackburn (Redox Power Systems)

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Mitigation of Chromium Poisoning Effects in SOFCs By Cathode Compositional Modifications and Interconnect Coatings – Y. Gong, Y. Zhu, Z. Sun, S. N. Basu, U. B. Pal, and S. Gopalan (Boston University) Long Term Testing of Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cells Under Co-Electrolysis Conditions – M. Rao, X. Sun (DTU Energy, Technical University of Denmark), and A. Hagen (DTU Energy) Development of a Portable SOFC System with Internal Partial Oxidation Reforming of Butane and Steam Reforming of Ethanol – H. Sumi, T. Yamaguchi, H. Shimada, Y. Fujishiro, and M. Awano (National Institute of AIST) Performance of Pulse Jet Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Using Liquid Fuel at Steep Output Power Variation – Y. Iida, K. Hasegawa, and M. Ihara (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

High Temperature Materials Division J. Bruce Wagner, Jr. Award Address – 13:40 – 14:20 Co-Chairs: Mogens Bjerg Mogensen and Jason D. Nicholas 13:40

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(High Temperature Materials Division J. Bruce Wagner, Jr. Award Address) Disorder and Transport in Pyrochlore Oxides – C. R. Kreller, J. A. Valdez, T. Holesinger, Y. Wang, B. Uberuaga, and M. Tang (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

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(Invited) Mapping Internal Polarization in YSZ Electrolytes Using Grain Size – I. W. Chen (U Penn, Dept Materials Science & Engineering) and Y. Dong (U of Pennsylvania, Dept Materials Science & Engineering) Predicting Oxygen Vacancy Polaron Size from D-Orbital Splitting in ABO3 (A=La, Sr; B=Mn, Fe, Co) Perovskites – T. Das, J. D. Nicholas, and Y. Qi (Michigan State University) Role of Electronic Conduction in Stability of Solid Oxide Electrolyzer Cells (SOEC) – L. Zhu, L. Zhang, and A. V. Virkar (The University of Utah) Break Dynamic and Impure Perovskite Structured Metal Oxide Surfaces – K. V. Hansen (DTU Energy, Technical University of Denmark), M. L. Traulsen (Technical University of Denmark), K. Norrman (DTU Energy, Technical University of Denmark), and M. B. Mogensen (Technical University of Denmark) Strain-Based Scanning Probe Techniques for Imaging Space Charge Regions in SmDoped Ceria – B. S. Gerwe, S. B. Adler, E. N. Esfahani, P. Wang, Q. N. Chen, and J. Li (University of Washington) Electrochemical Study of (La0.6Sr0.4)0.99CoO3-δ Thin Film Microelectrodes – K. Kreka, K. V. Hansen (DTU Energy, Technical University of Denmark), T. Jacobsen (DTU Chemistry, Technical University of Denmark), K. Norrman, C. Chatzichristodoulou (DTU Energy, Technical University of Denmark), and M. B. Mogensen (Technical University of Denmark)

Electric Field-Assisted Pressureless Sintering of Ceramic Protonic Conductors – R. Muccillo (Federal University of ABC, Energy and Nuclear Research Institute), V. Esposito (Technical University of Denmark), D. Z. de Florio (Federal University of ABC), and E. N. S. Muccillo (Energy and Nuclear Research Institute) Effect of Spin Ordering on Oxygen Reduction Reaction on Af/Pm-NiO Surface – S. Yamaguchi (The University of Tokyo) An Analysis of Quantum Effect on the Proton Conduction in BaZrO3 Membrane – H. Nagashima (University of the Ryukyus) and T. Tokumasu (Tohoku University)

Defect Chemistry Analysis of the Nonstoichiometry and Conductivity in Pr1XNdxO2-D – Y. Wang, E. Dogdibegovic, B. Koser, and X. D. Zhou (University of South Carolina) Improved Electrocatalytic Activity and Durability of NiMn2O4-CNTs as Reversible Oxygen Reaction Electrocatalysts in Zinc-air Batteries – X. Li, H. Li (Donghua University), Q. Nie (Donghua Universtiy), L. Zhang (National Research Council of Canada), and J. Qiao (Donghua University) Bis(2-chloroethyl) ether-1,3-bis[3(Dimethylamino)propyl]urea copolymer -Chitosan–Poly(acrylamide-codiallyldimethylammonium chloride) blends as membranes For Alkaline Anion-exchange Membranes – B. Ao (Donghua Unveristy), Y. N. Wei (DonghuaUniverstiy), and J. L. Qiao (Donghua University) Stabilization of Superionic δ–Bi2O3 Phase at Room Temperature By Thermal Nanocrystallization of Bismuth Oxide Glasses – T. K. Pietrzak, M. Wasiucionek, and J. E. Garbarczyk (Warsaw University of Technology) Physico- Chemical Effects of Block Copolymer of Polyethylene and Polypropylene Glycol (Pluronic F-127) on Samarium Doped Ceria (Ce0.8Sm0.2O2) Perovskite As Electrolyte for Low Temperature SOFC Application – C. Njoku (Durban university of technology, University of kwazuluNatal,Westville Campus Durban), B. Owaga (University of kwazulunatal,Westville campus,Durban), and P. Ndungu (University of Johannesburg) Innovative Approach on Nano-Metal Particles of Electrodes for Solid Oxide Cells – J. H. Myung (Korea Institute of energy research), D. Neagu (University of St Andrews), and J. T. S. Irvine (University of St. Andrews, Scotland)

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(Invited) Overview of Different Schemes for Temperature Sensing from Luminescence of Lanthanide Doped Materials – M. Dramicanin (University of Belgrade, Vinca Institute) 09:10 1782 Lanthanide-Doped Luminescent Materials for Use As Temperature Sensors Under Extreme Conditions – H. Eilers, B. R. Anderson, and R. Gunawidjaja (Washington State University) 09:30 Break 10:00 1783 (Invited) Shedding Light in Nanothermometry – L. D. Carlos (Department of Physics and CICECO, University of Aveiro) 10:40 1784 Potential of Using EuD4tea for SpaceBased Damage and Radiation Sensors – W. A. Hollerman (University of Louisiana at Lafayette), R. S. Fontenot (Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division), P. Darby, and N. Pugh (College of Engineering, Univ. of Louisiana at Lafayette) 11:00 1785 Temperature Sensing Using Upconversion in Rare Earth Doped Thermographic Phosphors – S. K. Jakka, P. Krishnapuram, M. J. Soares, and M. P. F. Graça (University of Aveiro, Portugal) 11:20 1786 Impact of Processing on Photoluminescence Properties of 4H-SiC for Potential Qubit Applications – S. P. Pavunny, H. Banks, P. Klein, K. Daniels, M. T. DeJarld, E. Glaser, S. G. Carter, R. L. Myers-Ward, and K. Gaskill (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington DC)

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Sensing, Computing, Visualizing II – 08:30 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Alok M Srivastava and Mikhail Brik 08:30

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Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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Current-Voltage Relation Considering the Direction of the Electrical Field in Mixed Ionic Electronic Solid Conductors – T. Miyashita (Miyashita Clinic) A Simple Flow Cell for the Measurement of Groundwater Arsenic(3+/5+) in the Field – D. Mays (Private laboratory) and A. Hussam (George Mason University) Electroless Platinum Deposition for in Situ Spectroelectrochemistry – E. A. Gobrogge (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), X. Ren (U.S.Army Research Laboratory), and C. A. Lundgren (U.S. Army Research Laboratory)

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Special Active Pt(100) Site for Room Temperature Electrochemical Activation of Methane – H. B. Ma (Department of Chemistry,Xiamen University), T. Sheng (Deprtment of Chemistry, Xiamen University, China), Z. Y. Zhou (Xiamen University), and S. G. Sun (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University) Effect of Silver Particles Electrodeposited on Reticulated Vitreous Carbon for Nitrate Reduction – S. S. Oishi, A. B. Couto (Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais), E. C. Botelho (Sao Paulo State University - UNESP/ Guaratingueta), and N. G. Ferreira (Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais) Electrocatalytic Performance of Three Dimensional Electrode Cu/Reduced Oxide Graphene/ Carbon Fiber for Nitrate Reduction – A. B. Couto, S. S. Oishi, A. F. Sardinha, and N. G. Ferreira (Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais) Porous TiO2 /BDD/CF Ternary Composite Applied on Brilhant Green Dye Electrochemical Oxidation – L. A. Pereira, A. B. Couto, and N. G. Ferreira (Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais) Electrochemical Oxidation of Methane on Metal Catalysts – H. Ataee-Esfahani, D. Chen (Georgetown University), and Y. Tong (Department of Chemistry, Georgetown University) Composition Dependence of Physical Constants of Binary Solvent Mixtures – N. Nambu (Tokyo Polytechnic University) Electrochemical Interaction Mechanisms of Metal Reducing Bacteria with Functionalized Gold Surfaces during Initial Attachment and in Artificial Biofilms – E. Kastania (Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und – prüfung (BAM)) and O. Ozcan (Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung) Polymer-Coated Boron Doped Diamond Optically Transparent Electrodes for Spectroelectrochemistry – R. Rechenberg, C. A. Rusinek, M. Becker (Fraunhofer USA, Inc.), and W. R. Heineman (Department of Chemistry, University of Cincinnati)

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Luminescence and Display Materials: Fundamentals and Applications

Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Sensor National Harbor 6, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Fundamental Understanding of Photocatalysis – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Gary Wiederrecht and Eric L. Miller 08:00

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Atomic Layer Deposited Transition Metal Oxide-Titania Alloys As Corrosion Resistant Schottky Contacts for Silicon Photoanodes – O. L. Hendricks, A. Meng, A. G. Scheuermann (Stanford University), P. K. Hurley (Tyndall National Institute, Cork, Ireland), P. C. McIntyre, and C. E. D. Chidsey (Stanford University) On the Control of Electron Transfer Rates through the Morphology of Nanoparticles – M. Spitler (Center for Photoconversion and Photocatalysis, U Wyoming)

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On the Evaluation of Charge Transport and Reaction Kinetics in Z-Scheme Semiconductor Particles for Solar Water Splitting – R. Bala Chandran (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), S. Ardo (University of California, Irvine), and A. Z. Weber (Energy Conversion Group, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab) A Physics-Based Model to Investigate Degradation-Related Performance Loss in Photoelectrochemical Devices – F. Nandjou and S. Haussener (Lab. of Renewable Energy Science & Engg. (LRESE), EPFL) Evaluating Losses Associated with Single Hydrogen Bubbles on Photoelectrode Performance – A. E. Dorfi, D. V. Esposito, and A. C. West (Columbia University) Break (Invited) Photon-Density Dependence of Photocatalysis: Can Standard Electrode Potential be Applied to Particulate Photocatalysis? – B. Ohtani (Institute for Catalysis, Hokkaido University, Graduate School of Environmental Science, Hokkaido Univ), S. Takeuchi (Graduate School of Environmental Science, Hokkaido Univ.), M. Takashima (Institute for Catalysis, Hokkaido University, Graduate School of Environmental Science), and M. Takase (Graduate School of Engineering, Muroran Institute of Tech) (Invited) X-Ray Spectroscopy of EnergyRelevant Material in Operando Condition – C. L. Dong (Department of Physics, Tamkang University) Small Polaron Formation Leads to Intrinsic Photoexcited Charge Trapping in α-Fe2O3 – S. K. Cushing, L. M. Carneiro (UC Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab), M. Zuerch, H. T. Chang (UC Berkeley), and S. R. Leone (UC Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab) Water Oxidation Reaction on Fe(III)-Cr(III) Mixed Oxide Under Electrochemical and Photochemical Condition – T. Kanazawa and K. Maeda (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Correlation Between Carrier Lifetime and Photolytic Performance of Nb-Doped TiO2 Single Crystals – T. Ozawa, H. Najima, M. Ichimura, and M. Kato (Nagoya Institute of Technology) Mathematical Modelling of  a MicroPhotosynthetic Power Cell (µPSC): Applications in Design and Operating Conditions Optimization for Performance Enhancement – H. K. Tanneru (Indian Institute of Technology, Madras) and R. Rengaswamy (Indian Institute of Technology Madras)

Carbon Dioxide Conversion – 13:40 – 16:30 Co-Chairs: Bunsho Ohtani and Heli Wang 13:40

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(Invited) Tuning the Selectivity of Carbon Dioxide Electroreduction Using Copper-Based Catalysts – B. S. Yeo (National University of Singapore) (Invited) Surface Chemistry of Gap in SolarDriven Pyridine-Catalyzed CO2 Reduction – Z. Chen (Princeton University), C. X. Kronawitter (University of California, Davis), and B. E. Koel (Princeton University)

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(Invited) Solar-Driven Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide to Hydrocarbons and Oxygenates – J. W. Ager III (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis) 15:10 1883 CO2 reduction on Cu2O(110) Surface: A Combined Theoretical and Experimental Study – L. Li, R. Zhang, Y. Wu, Y. Liu, I. McNulty (Center for Nanoscale Materials, Argonne National Laboratory), J. Vinson, E. Shirley (National Institute of Standards and Technology), J. R. Guest, and M. K. Y. Chan (Center for Nanoscale Materials, Argonne National Laboratory) 15:30 1884 A Facile Electrochemical Synthesis for Nanostructured Au for Improved Photo- and Electrochemical CO2 Reduction Activity – J. T. Song, J. Kim, H. Ryoo (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), J. G. Kim (Korea Basic Science Institute), S. Y. Chung (KAIST), and J. Oh (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) 15:50 1885 Efficient Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 to Ethylene – P. J. A. Kenis and A. A. Gewirth (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Int Inst for Carbon-Neutral Energy Research (WPI-I2CNER)) 16:10 Break 14:40

Photoelectrochemical Cells for Solar Water Splitting – 16:30 – 17:50 Co-Chairs: Bunsho Ohtani and Heli Wang 16:30

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Simulations of Non-Monolithic Tandem Solar Cell Configurations for Electrolytic Fuel Generation – R. T. White (Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research, University of Louisville), B. Kumar (University of Louisville, Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research), S. Kumari (Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research, University of Louisville), and J. M. Spurgeon (University of Louisville, Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research) Integrated Photoelectrochemical Solar Energy Conversion and Redox Flow Battery Devices – W. Li (University of Wisconsin-Madison), H. C. Fu (KING ABDULLAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY), L. Li (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), M. Cabán-Acevedo (University of WisconsinMadison), J. H. He (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology), and S. Jin (Department of Chemistry, UW-Madison) Development and Optimization of Integrated Photoelectrochemical Energy Storage Cells Using Ion Soft-Landing – V. Prabhakaran, J. Romo, Z. Norberg, D. Kalb, G. Johnson, and J. Laskin (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) Junction Electrochemistry of InGaN Anode Materials in Solar Energy Conversion – V. Parameshwaran, A. V. Sampath, and M. Wraback (U.S. Army Research Laboratory)

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L02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Heli Wang and Nianqiang (Nick) Wu •

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Advanced Biowaste-Based Flexible Photocatalytic Fuel Cell As a Green Wearable Power Generator – G. Lui, G. Jiang, J. Lenos, E. Lin, M. Fowler, A. Yu, and Z. Chen (University of Waterloo) Multiphysics Modeling of Gas Diffusion Electrodes for CO2 Reduction – L. C. Weng, A. T. Bell (Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis, LBNL, University of California, Berkeley), and A. Z. Weber (Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis, LBNL) Photoelectrochemical Splitting of Water Using Nanostructured Photoelectrodes of p-Cu2o and n-Fe2O3 – P. Grez, C. Rojas, I. Segura, S. Moreno, C. A. Heyser (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso), L. A. Ballesteros (Universidad de Chile), C. E. Celedón (Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María), and R. S. Schrebler (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso) Boosting Photocatalytic Performance of Inactive Rutile TiO2 Nanorods for Degradation of Orange (II) Dye Under Solar Light Irradiation: Synergistic Effect of Acid Treatment and Metal Oxide Co-Catalysts – L. K. Dhandole, M. A. Mahadik, S. G. Kim (Chonbuk National University), H. S. Chung (Korea Basic Science Institute, Jeonju), M. Cho (Chonbuk National University), J. H. Ryu (KIGAM, Daejeon 34132, Korea), and J. S. Jang (Chonbuk National University) Improved Stability and Photoelectrochemical Performance of Al2O3 Passivated CdS/1D Zr:Fe2O3 Heterojunctions for Solar Hydrogen Generation – M. A. Mahadik, A. Subramanian (Chonbuk National University), H. S. Chung (Korea Basic Science Institute, Jeonju), M. Cho, and J. S. Jang (Chonbuk National University) Microwave-Assisted Hydrothermal Synthesis of Co Doped ZnO Nanocrystals – N. Nishiumi, H. Sun, T. Yasuhara, Y. Mastushima (Yamagata University), M. Furis, M. S. White (University of Vermont), P. Stadler (Johannes Kepler University Linz), H. Shiroishi (National Institute of Technology, Tokyo College), A. Khosla, and T. Yoshida (Yamagata University) Visible-Light Active Thin-Film WO3 Photocatalyst Crystallized By Post-Annealing in Air – N. Oka (Aoyama Gakuin University, Kindai University), J. Takashima, A. Murata, J. Jia, and Y. Shigesato (Aoyama Gakuin University) All Electrodeposited Nanowire Array Based Multi-Junction Photovoltaic Devices – W. Cheng, J. Lee (University of Iowa), G. Young (University of iowa), and S. Mubeen (University of Iowa) Fabrication of Cu3BiS3 Photocathode for Photoelectrochemical Hydrogen Evolution – S. Kamimura (Kyushu Institute of Technology)

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Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting of Metal Oxide Photoanode Enhanced with a Cerium(III/IV) Redox Mediator – J. Bright and N. Wu (West Virginia University) 1900 Gold/Ceria Nanostructures for PlasmonEnhanced Catalytic Reactions Under Visible Light – J. Yang, H. Jia, B. Li (Department of Physics, the Chinese University of Hong Kong), and J. Wang (The Chinese University of Hong Kong) 1901 Low Noble Metal Content Oxygen Evolution Reaction Catalyst for Solar Water Splitting – J. G. Koonce (University of Iowa) 1902 Ag-Loaded Bi5O7I/Sr2TiO4 p-n Junction Photocatalysts for Photocatalytic Degradation of Methyl Orange Under Visible Light Illumination – C. Hu, H. X. Huang, and T. H. Chen (Chung Yuan Christian University) 1903 Free Carrier Absorption Assisted Photoelectrochemistry of Silicon – B. T. H. Lee and C. C. Chiang (Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, National Central University) 1904 The Effect of Additives on the Trap States Distribution of TiO2 Anode in Dye-Sensitized Solar Cell (DSSC) – J. Chen, G. E. Timuda, and K. Waki (Tokyo Institute of Technology) 1905 Fabrication and Electrochemical Properties of Hydrogenated TiO2/NiO Nanotube Array Composite Electrodes for Micro Supercapacitors – G. Li, S. Wang, T. Li, J. Hu, P. Li (MNSRC, Taiyuan University of Technology), Y. Wang, X. Chen, and K. Wang (IMS, University College of Southeast Norway) 1906 Preparation and Photochemical Properties of Layered MoS2/Cu2o Heterojunction Nanocomposites – G. Li, J. Hou, Q. Zhao, P. Li (MNSRC, Taiyuan University of Technology), Y. Wang, X. Chen (IMS, University College of Southeast Norway), and K. Wang (IMS, University College of Southeast Norway, MNSRC, Taiyuan University of Technology) 1907 Bilayer photoanodes – Robust Systems for Efficient Hydrogen Production Via Photoelectrochemical (PEC) Water Splitting – P. P. Patel, S. D. Ghadge (Dept. of Chemical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh), M. K. Datta, P. Jampani, O. I. Velikokhatnyi, and P. N. Kumta (Department of Bioengineering, University of Pittsburgh)

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry of Ionic Liquids 6

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Chesapeake G, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Power, Energy, Materials, and Bio Applications I – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Paul C. Trulove and Robert A Mantz 08:00

1918

The Role of Ionic Liquid Electrolytes in Li-S Batteries – K. Ueno (Yokohama National University), H. Yogo (Yamaguchi University), H. Tsutsumi (Graduate School of Medicine, Yamaguchi University), K. Dokko (Kyoto University), and M. Watanabe (Yokohama National University) 181

Wednesday, October 4

Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center


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Characterization of Ionic Liquid Electrolytes Based on Trifluoromethanesulfonyl-NCyanoamide for Li-Ion Battery Application – J. P. Hoffknecht and E. Paillard (Helmholtz Institute Muenster/FZ-Juelich (IEK-12)) Eutectic Ionic Liquid Mixture for Lithium Batteries – Q. Huang and B. Gurkan (Case Western Reserve University) (Invited) New Lithium-Conducting Ionic Liquids and Their Polymer Electrolytes – J. Y. Sanchez (Materials Science and Engineering Department,), P. Eiamlamai (Univ.Grenoble Alpes LEPMI, F-38000 Grenoble, France), C. Iojoiu Sr. (Alpes University), L. Cointeaux Sr. (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, LEPMI, F-38000 Grenoble), and C. Martinez-Cisneros Sr. (Materials Science & Engineering Department, Madrid) (Invited) Ionic Liquids for Next Generation Lis-Batteries: Physical Properties and Formation of a Stable Solid Electrolyte Interphase on Li-Metal – A. Matic, S. Xiong, L. Aguilera, M. Agostini, and J. Scheers (Chalmers University of Technology) Break (Keynote) Ionic Liquid-Based Electrolytes for Alkali Metal Batteries – A. Moretti (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)) and S. Passerini (Helmholtz Institute Ulm, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) Catalyzed Oxidation of Chlorine and Bromine in Room Temperature Chloroaluminate and Bromoaluminate Melts – E. Krivan (University of Tennesse-Knoxville), S. Foister (University of Tennessee - Knoxville), M. Tian (University of Tennessee), R. A. Elgammal (University of Tennessee, Knoxville), R. Counce (University of Tennesse-Knoxville), and T. A. Zawodzinski Jr. (University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN) Pilot Electrodeposition of Aluminium for Microelectronics, Aerospace and Automotive Applications – F. M. Stiemke, B. Iliev (IOLITEC Ionic Liquids Technologies GmbH), P. von Czarnecki (IOLITEC Ionic Liquids Technologies INC.), and T. J. S. Schubert (IOLITEC Ionic Liquids Technologies GmbH) Zinc Electrodeposition in the Presence of an Aqueous Electrolyte Containing 1‑Ethylpyridinium Bromide: Unexpected Oddities – M. Easton, L. C. Player, A. F. Masters, and T. Maschmeyer (The University of Sydney) Electrochemical Probe of the Acidity in Room Temperature Ionic Liquids Using Quinone/ Hydroquinone System – A. El kharbachi and B. Gilbert (Université de Liège)

Power, Energy, Materials, and Bio Applications II – 13:40 – 14:40 Co-Chairs: Paul C. Trulove and Robert A Mantz 13:40

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Effects of Ionic Liquids on Biofilm Formation in a Loop-Type Laboratory Biofilm Reactor – H. Kanematsu, T. Saito, N. Hirai, T. Kogo, A. Ogawa (National Institute of Technology Suzuka College), and K. Tsunashima (National Institute of Technology Wakayama College)

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Electrical Double Layer Tuning of Room Temperature Ionic Liquids Towards Developing Stable Affinity Biosensors – B. Jagannath (The University of Texas at Dallas), S. Muthukumar (EnLiSense LLC), R. D. Munje, and S. Prasad (The University of Texas at Dallas) (Invited) Redox Reaction of Proteins in Hydrated Cholinium Dihydrogen Phosphate – K. Fujita (Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Sciences)

Theory and Properties – 14:40 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: Vito Di Noto and Luke M. Haverhals 14:40

1931

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1936

Insight into Structure and Transport of the Lithium, Sodium, Magnesium and Zinc Bis(trifluoromethansulfonyl)Imide Salts in Ionic Liquids – O. Borodin (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), G. A. Giffin (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU-KIT)), A. Moretti (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)), J. B. Haskins, J. W. Lawson (NASA Ames Research Center), L. Meda (Xavier University of Louisiana), and S. Passerini (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU-KIT)) Ab Initio Studies of Ultrathin Ionic Liquid Films on Au (111) Surface – M. Liu, W. Sitaputra, D. J. Stacchiola, J. F. Wishart (Brookhaven National Laboratory), F. Wang (Brookhaven National Lab), J. T. Sadowski (Brookhaven National Laboratory), and Q. Wu (Brookhaven National laboratory) (Invited) Conductivity and Dielectric Relaxations in New Morpholinium- and Piperidinium-Based Ionic Liquids – F. Bertasi (Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Padova), A. Tsurumaki (Sapienza University of Rome), G. Pagot (Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Padova, Centro Studi “Giorgio Levi Cases”), K. Vezzù (Department of Industrial Engineering University of Padua), M. A. Navarra (Sapienza University of Rome), and V. Di Noto (Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Padova) (Invited) Ion Transport in Polymerized Ionic Liquids: Structure-Morphology-Property Relationships – J. R. Sangoro (University of Tennessee, Knoxville), M. F. Heres (University of Tennessee Knoxville), H. Liu (University of Tennessee, Knoxville), S. Paddison (University of Tennessee), and V. Strehmel (Hochschule Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences) Morphology of Polymerized Ionic Liquids from X-Ray and Neutron Scattering: An Atomistic Simulation Perspective – H. Liu (University of Tennessee, Knoxville) and S. Paddison (University of Tennessee) Experimental Studies of the CapacitivePotential Relationship for Ionic Liquid – Electrode Interfaces – A. J. Lucio (University of Iowa), J. Zhang, A. M. Bond (Monash University), and S. K. Shaw (University of Iowa)

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17:00

1937

1938

Effect of Dissolved Cellulose on Molar Conductivity and Dynamic Viscosity of 1-Ethyl-3-Methylimidazolium Acetate Solutions – P. J. Fahey (Department of Chemistry, U. S. Naval Academy), E. T. Fox (Department of Chemistry, U.S. Naval Academy), M. Gobet, S. Greenbaum (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Hunter College, CUNY), H. C. De Long (Physical Sciences Directorate, U.S. Army Research Office), and P. C. Trulove (Department of Chemistry, U. S. Naval Academy) Systematic Consideration of Physicochemical Properties on Aryltrifluoroborate-Based Room-Temperature Ionic Liquids – K. Iwasaki (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University), H. Matsumoto (AIST), T. Tsuda (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University), and S. Kuwabata (AIST, Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University)

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Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center L03 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Paul C. Trulove •

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Influence of Mesoscale Organization on Charge Transport and Dynamics in Ionic Liquids – J. T. Cosby (University of Tennessee Knoxville), K. Tsunashima (National Institute of Technology Wakayama College), H. Liu, S. J. Paddison, and J. R. Sangoro (University of Tennessee, Knoxville) Elucidating the Correlation between Morphology and Ion Dynamics in Polymerized Ionic Liquids – M. F. Heres, J. T. Cosby (University of Tennessee Knoxville), V. Strehmel (Hochschule Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences), R. Benson (University of Tennessee Knoxville), and J. R. Sangoro (University of Tennessee, Knoxville) Charge Transport and Dynamics of 2D-Confined Polymerized Ionic Liquids – T. Kinsey, J. T. Cosby, K. Glynn, K. Yolit (University of Tennessee), and J. R. Sangoro (University of Tennessee, Knoxville)

Bioelectroanalysis

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Bioelectroanalysis II – 14:00 – 17:50 Co-Chairs: Jessica E. Koehne and Shelley D. Minteer 14:00

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Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Sensor Chesapeake L, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Bioelectroanalysis I – 08:00 – 11:50 Co-Chairs: Shelley D. Minteer and Jessica E. Koehne 1942

(Keynote) Novel Computational Approaches in Practical Bioelectrocatalysis – I. Matanovic (University of New Mexico), S. Babanova (D4C Product Development, University of New Mexico), M. S. Chavez (University of New Mexico), S. Abdellaoui, S. D. Minteer (University of Utah), and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

(Invited) Role of Organic Solvents in Immobilizing Fungus Laccase on SingleWalled Carbon Nanotubes for Improved Current Response in Direct Bioelectrocatalysis – F. Wu and L. Mao (Institute of Chemistry, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences) Designing Redox Polymers for Mediated Bioelectrocatalysis – S. D. Minteer (University of Utah) Break (Invited) Electrochemical Studies of Zinc/ Cysteine Interactions in Aqueous Buffers – G. T. Cheek, M. A. Worosz, and M. Y. Doan (United States Naval Academy) Novel Hierarchically Fabricated Highly Conductive Flexible Electrochemical Biosensor Strips – S. Piraman, R. Madhuvilakku, S. Alagar, and R. Mariappan (ALAGAPPA UNIVERSITY) Biofilm Formation Behaviors on Graphene By E. coli and S. epidermidis – H. Kanematsu, N. Hirai, A. Ogawa, T. Kogo, D. Kuroda (National Institute of Technology Suzuka College), Y. Utsumi, A. Yamaguchi (University of Hyogo), H. Ikegai (University of Human Arts and Sciences), and Y. Mizunoe (The Jikei University) Flowers-like Fe3O4/ Rgo Hybrid Nanocomposites Facile Synthesis for Rapid Detection of Riboflavin – S. Piraman, R. Madhuvilakku, S. Alagar, and R. Mariappan (ALAGAPPA UNIVERSITY) Proper Controls to Electrochemically Evaluate Carotenoids Using Cyclodextrin Modified Surfaces – G. Thompson, S. Marnoto, and J. M. Halpern (University of New Hampshire)

15:50

(Keynote) Expression / Functional Activity Relationship of Multidrug ResistanceAssociated Protein 1 Investigated By Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy – J. Mauzeroll, D. Polcari (McGill University), J. HernandezCastro, K. Li (National Research Council of Canada), and M. Geissler (Conseil national de recherches Canada) (Invited) Monitoring Endogenous Opioid Neuropeptide Dynamics in Real Time Using Multiple Scan Rate Voltammetry Coupled with Carbon Nanotube Yarn Microelectrodes – L. A. Sombers, C. A. Lee, S. E. Calhoun, C. J. Meunier (North Carolina State University), S. K. Smith (NC State University), and G. S. McCarty (North Carolina State University) (Invited) High-Resolution Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy of Biological and Artificial Nanopores – S. Amemiya (University of Pittsburgh) (Invited) Tunable CNT Fiber and Yarn Microelectrodes for Measurements of Different Neurochemicals – C. Yang (Department of Chemistry, University of Virginia) and B. J. Venton (University of Virginia) Break

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Finite Element Simulation of the Coreactant Electrogenerated Chemiluminescence Mechanism – A. Danis, W. L. Odette, S. C. Perry (McGill University), S. Canesi (University of Québec à Montreal), H. F. Sleiman, and J. Mauzeroll (McGill University) Development of Electrochemical Sensor for Uric Acid Detection in Intestinal Closed Loop – K. Fujita and K. Ichida (Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Sciences) Electrochemical Potential Gradient As a Quantitative Test Platform for Cellular Oxidative Stress – V. Reipa (National Institute of Standards and Technology), B. Clancy (Montgomery College), and D. Atha (NIST) CD62L Protein As a Potential Biomarker for Bladder Cancer – G. S. Phadke, J. E. Satterwhite (University of Connecticut), D. Choudhary, J. A. Taylor III (University of Connecticut Health Center), and J. F. Rusling (National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland) A Highly Sensitive Scanning Electrochemical Microscope Based Method for Studying Enzymatic Proton-Coupled Electron Transfer – R. Penhallurick, D. Chen, and Y. Tong (Department of Chemistry, Georgetown University)

Prince George Exhibit Hall D/E, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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(Invited) Carbon Dioxide Electroreduction at Ultrathin Palladium Layers Deposited on Copper Electrode – R. R. Jurczakowski, A. Januszewska (University of Warsaw, Department of Chemistry), M. T. Gorzkowski (University of Warsaw, Department of Chemistry, CNBCh), A. Lewera (University of Warsaw, Department of Chemistry), and P. J. Kulesza (University of Warsaw) 09:10 1992 Free Standing Nanoporous Pd Alloys As CO Poisoning Tolerant Electrocatalysts for the Selective Electrochemical Production of Formate from CO2 – S. Chatterjee, Y. Li, and J. D. Snyder (Drexel University) Fundamental Aspects of Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide 9 – 10:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Pawel J Kulesza and Iwona Agnieszka Rutkowska

Wednesday, October 4

L05 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Electrochemical Quantitation of a Repeat Expansion Sequence (GGGGCC/CCCCGG) in Length-Mismatched Duplexes – M. Taki, K. Gagnon, and M. Shamsi (Southern Illinois University Carbondale) An Ultrasensitive and Incubation-Free Electrochemical Immunosensor Using Outer-Sphere-Reaction-Philic and InnerSphere-Reaction-Philic Species – C. S. Fang (Pusan National University), J. N. HA (Pusan university), and H. Yang (Pusan National University) Ultrasensitive Electrochemical Detection of miRNA-21 Using a Zincfinger Protein Specific to DNA−RNA Hybrids and Redox Cycling – C. S. Fang, J. Kwon, and H. Yang (Pusan National University)

Fundamental Aspects of Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Sensor National Harbor 8, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Fundamental Aspects of Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide 8 – 08:00 – 09:30 Co-Chairs: Daniel Guay and Adam Lewera 08:00

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(Keynote) Formate/Formic Acid Synthesis from CO2 Electroduction Using Bi and Pb Nanostructures – D. Guay, E. Bertin, M. Fan, S. Garbarino, A. Tavares (INRS-EMT), C. Roy (Technical University of Denmark), S. Kazemi (BC Research), and G. A. Botton (McMaster University)

Hydrogen Bubble Templated Electrodeposited Cu As CO2 Reduction Catalyst: Substrate Effect – T. Kottakkat, K. Klingan (Freie Universität Berlin), Z. P. Jovanov, A. Bergmann (Technische Universität Berlin), P. Kubella (Freie Universität Berlin), P. Strasser (Technische Universität Berlin), H. Dau, and C. Roth (Freie Universität Berlin) Bacterial Biofilm As Active Matrix for Catalytic Centers: Electroreduction of Carbon Dioxide – E. Seta, I. A. Rutkowska, and P. J. Kulesza (University of Warsaw) Bio-Electrocatalytic CO2 Reduction into Formate Using Metal-Independent Formate Dehydrogenase from Candida Boidinii (Yeast) – B. S. Jayathilake and S. R. Narayanan (University of Southern California) Interplay of Mass Transfer and Local pH Effects in CO2 Reduction Electrocatalysis – D. Raciti and C. Wang (Johns Hopkins University) Linear and Non-Linear Impedance Spectroscopy of Composite Gadolinia-Doped Ceria and LSCM Perovskite: Deconvolution of CO2 and H2o Co-Electrolysis – J. M. Witt, E. M. Stuve, and S. B. Adler (University of Washington) A Comparison of Aqueous CO2 Reduction on Ni-Ga Thin Films and Nanoparticles – S. A. Francis, A. T. Chu (Princeton University), D. A. Torelli, J. C. Crompton (California Institute of Technology, Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis), N. S. Lewis (California Institute of Technology), and A. B. Bocarsly (Princeton University) Assessment of the Use of Switchable Polarity Solvents for Delivery of CO2 for Electrochemical Reduction – L. A. Diaz, B. Adhikari, T. E. Lister, A. D. Wilson, and E. J. Dufek (Idaho National Laboratory)

Fundamental Aspects of Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide 10 – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Bruno Fabre and Rafal Robert Jurczakowski 14:00

2000

Controllable Product Selectivity on Polycrystalline Cu through Tunable Surface Morphology – A. N. Karaiskakis and E. J. Biddinger (The City College of New York, CUNY)

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Electrode Characterization in a Flowing Electrolyte Reactor for the Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 to CO – S. M. Brown, Y. W. Hsiao, M. J. Orella, and F. R. Brushett (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Nanoporous Cu Thin Films for Electrochemical CO2 Reduction – T. D. Pounds, E. Benn, C. Wang, and J. Erlebacher (Johns Hopkins University) Understanding Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 Using Quantum Chemistry Modeling – K. Saravanan and J. A. Keith (University of Pittsburgh) Analyzing the Electrochemically Catalytic Activity of Edge-Isolated MoS2 Monolayer – X. Liu (Columbia Univeristy), B. Li, Q. Qin, E. Mottadecastro, J. Hone, and D. V. Esposito (Columbia University) Factors That Limit the Performance of CO2 Electrolyzers – H. Yang, Z. Liu, S. D. Sajjad, Y. Gao, J. J. Kaczur, and R. Masel (Dioxide Materials)

Fundamental Aspects of Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide 11 – 16:20 – 18:20 Co-Chairs: Pawel J Kulesza, David E Cliffel and Renata Solarska 16:20

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2011

Progress in Electrochemical CO2 Reduction in Gas Phase – Design of Efficient CoElectrolyser Systems – A. Patru, T. Binninger (Paul Scherrer Institut), and T. J. Schmidt (Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, ETH Zürich) Selectivity and Efficiency of Heat Treated Sputter Deposited Thin Films of Copper towards the Carbon Dioxide Electro-reduction – A. A. Permyakova (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut), A. Patru, J. Herranz (Paul Scherrer Institut), and T. J. Schmidt (Paul Scherrer Institut, ETH Zürich) Theoretical Investigations of Electrochemical CO2 Reduction – K. Chan (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, SUNCAT Center for Interface Science and Catalysis) Carbon Based Atomic Catalysts for Carbon Dioxide Reduction – J. Wu (University of Cincinnati), S. Ma (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), M. Liu (Brookhaven National Laboratory), P. J. A. Kenis (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), and P. M. Ajayan (Rice University) In-Situ infrared Spectroscopic Investigations of Pyridine-Mediated CO2 Reduction on Pt Electrocatalysts – M. Dunwell, Y. Yan, and B. Xu (University of Delaware) Enhanced Intermediate-Temperature CO2 Splitting Using Non-Stoichiometric Ceria and Ceria-Zirconia – Z. Zhao (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), M. Uddi (University of Alabama), N. Tsvetkov (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA), B. Yildiz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and A. F. Ghoniem (MechE, Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

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Advanced Techniques for In Situ Electrochemical Systems Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Sensor Chesapeake I, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Advanced Techniques for In Situ Electrochemical Systems I – 08:20 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Kateryna Artyushkova and Svitlana Pylypenko 08:20

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(Invited) In Situ FTIR Reflection Spectroscopy and Its Applications – Z. Y. Zhou (Xiamen University), J. T. Li (College of Energy, Xiamen University), Y. X. Jiang (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen university), and S. G. Sun (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University) Resistance Values of Aluminum Oxide Film in Situ during Anodization of Aluminum By Fabry-PéRot Interferometry – K. Habib (KISR) Stationary Probe Rotating Disk Electrode for in Situ Dissolution Studies – P. P. Lopes, D. Strmcnik, V. Stamenkovic, and N. M. Markovic (Argonne National Laboratory) Break (Invited) Visualizing Electrochemical Reactions at the Nanoscale By in-Situ TEM – H. L. Xin (CFN, Brookhaven National Laboratory), M. Ge, and Y. S. Chu (Brookhaven National Lab) Utilizing in Situ Ec-S/TEM to Study Electrochemical Nucleation of Copper from a Bromide Electrolyte – E. A. Stricker, J. S. Wainright, R. F. Savinell (Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA), and R. R. Unocic (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy and Optical Microscopy for in Situ Investigations of Diffusion Layer Chemistry during Electrodeposition – N. L. Ritzert (Theiss Research/NIST) and T. P. Moffat (NIST) Real Time Observation of Electrochemical Deposition Process of Zinc Dendrites Via Correlative Optical and X-Ray Microscopy – J. H. Park, A. Raj, T. Gupta, and D. A. Steingart (MAE/ACEE Princeton University)

Advanced Techniques for In Situ Electrochemical Systems II – 14:00 – 17:00 Co-Chairs: Iryna V. Zenyuk and Svitlana Pylypenko 14:00

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(Invited) In Situ Electrochemical STEM As a Platform for Interpreting Electrochemical Phenomena – R. R. Unocic, R. L. Sacci, X. Sang, K. A. Unocic, G. M. Veith, N. J. Dudney, and K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Nanoscale Electrochemistry Via Lithium Focused Ion Beam – W. R. McGehee (National Institute of Standards and Technology), E. Strelcov (University of Maryland, College Park), J. Gardner (Center for Nanoscale Scale Science and Technology, NIST, University of Maryland at College Park), S. Takeuchi (Theiss Research), O. A. Kirillov, V. P. Oleshko, D. J. Gundlach, C. L. Soles, N. Zhitenev, and J. J. McClelland (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

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How in Situ Analytics Advances Our Understanding of Electrocatalytic Materials and Reaction Processes – a Few Case Studies – P. Strasser (Technical University Berlin) (Invited) In-Operando Synchrotron X-Ray Computed Tomography for Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage – I. V. Zenyuk (Tufts University) X-Ray Tomography and Thermography Investigation of a High-Modulus Solid Electrolyte for All Solid-State Batteries – N. Seitzman (Colorado School of Mines), S. Johnston (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), H. A. S. Platt (Solid Power, Inc.), S. Harvey, S. B. Son (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), I. V. Zenyuk (Tufts University), M. Al-Jassim (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), and S. Pylypenko (Colorado School of Mines) In-Situ Solid-State Electrochemistry of WellDefined Electrode-Electrolyte Interfaces Using Ion Soft Landing – V. Prabhakaran, G. Johnson, and J. Laskin (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) Chemical and Structural Investigation of Pt-Ni Extended Surface Catalyst Electrodes – S. M. Shulda (Colorado School of Mines), J. N. Weker (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, USA), C. Ngo (Colorado School of Mines), S. A. Mauger, S. M. Alia, K. C. Neyerlin, B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), and S. Pylypenko (Colorado School of Mines)

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Broadband Sum-frequency Generation Spectroscopy Study of Electrochemical Surface Processes – Z. C. Huang-Fu, Y. H. He, Z. Y. Zhou, Z. H. Wang, and S. G. Sun (Xiamen University)

Multi-electron Redox Systems for Next Generation Batteries Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Battery / Energy Technology Chesapeake K, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Oral Session I – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Veronica Augustyn and Daniel A Buttry 08:00

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(Invited) Benefits of Borohydride- and Glyme-Containing Electrolytes for Improved Magnesium Anode Behavior – D. A. Buttry and A. Kumar (Arizona State University) (Invited) Structure-Function Relationships in Electrolytes for Reversible Magnesium Batteries – B. M. Bartlett (University of Michigan) (Invited) A New Class of Fluorinated Alkoxyaluminate Electrolytes for MagnesiumIon Batteries – J. T. Herb, C. Nist-Lund, and C. B. Arnold (Princeton University) (Invited) Electrodeposition and Development of Mg and Ca Metal Anodes – A. Ponrouch (ICMAB-CSIC)

(Invited) Investigating the WaterStimulated Mg2+ Insertion Mechanism in an Electrodeposited MnO2 Cathode – E. Sahadeo, J. Song (Department of Chemistry, University of Maryland), K. J. Gaskell (University of Maryland, College Park), G. W. Rubloff (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Maryland), and S. B. Lee (Department of Chemistry, University of Maryland) Break (Invited) Electrochemical Energy Storage of Magnesium in Hydrated and Anhydrous Tungsten Oxides – R. Wang and V. Augustyn (North Carolina State University) (Invited) On the Balance of Intercalation and Conversion Reactions in Battery Cathodes – D. C. Hannah, G. S. Gautam, P. Canepa (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and G. Ceder (University of California, Berkeley) Crystal Structure Analysis and Mg Battery Cathode Properties of Delithiated Li1XNi0.5Mn0.5O2 with Layered Rock-Salt Structure – N. Ishida, N. Yamazaki, N. Kitamura, and Y. Idemoto (Tokyo University of Science) (Keynote) Transition Metal Sulfides As Intercalation Cathode Materials for Rechargeable Aluminum Batteries – L. Geng and J. Guo (University of California, Riverside) (Invited) Capabilities and Opportunities for Next-Generation Ag–3D Zn Batteries – J. F. Parker (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), J. Ko (NRC Postdoc at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), D. R. Rolison, and J. W. Long (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory) (Invited) Effect of Ni:Fe Stoichiometry and Architectural Expression on the Bifunctional Activity of Nanoscale NiyFe1–Yox – J. S. Ko (Naval Research Laboratory), C. N. Chervin (Former Staff Scientist at U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), M. Vila (Naval Research Enterprise Internship Program, Undergraduate Research Student), P. A. DeSario, J. F. Parker, J. W. Long, and D. R. Rolison (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory)

Oral Session II – 13:40 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Gang Wu and Daniel A Buttry 13:40

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(Keynote) Electrolyte Design for High Energy Density Li-S Batteries – K. R. Zavadil (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research) (Invited) Multivalent Metal/Sulfur Chemistries for High Energy Density Rechargeable Batteries – T. Gao (University of Maryland, College Park) and C. Wang (University of Maryland, College Park, Center for Research on Extreme Batteries) (Keynote) In-Situ Synthesis of Compact Li2s@ Graphene Nanocapsules for High Performance Li-S Batteries – G. Tan, R. Xu (Argonne National Laboratory), Z. Xing (Oregon State University), Y. Yuan, J. Wen (Argonne National Laboratory), C. Liu (Argonne National Lab), L. Ma, T. Wu, J. Lu (Argonne National Laboratory), X. Ji (Oregon State University), and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory) Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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(Invited) Redox Chemistry of Li-Sulfur Batteries Investigated Via Electrochemistry, X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy and Electron Paramagnetic Resonance – S. Ivanov, S. Mai, A. Bund (Technische Universität Ilmenau), A. Dimitrova (Thechnische Universität Ilmenau), and S. Krischok (Technische Universität Ilmenau) Break (Invited) Metal-Organic Framework-Derived Electrocatalysts for Li‒O2 Batteries – J. Lu, G. Tan, and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory) (Keynote) Redox Catalysis for Redox Flow Lithium-Oxygen Battery – Q. Wang (National University of Singapore) (Invited) Lithium Metal Batteries Using 3D Ionic or Electronic Frameworks – L. Hu (University of Maryland Energy Research Center) Cobalt Complexes As Single Redox Molecules for Catholyte and Anolyte in Redox Batteries – G. Nikiforidis (KAIST), C. Yang, Y. Luo, Z. Hou (RIKEN), and H. R. Byon (KAIST) (Invited) Multi-Electron Reduction of Perfluorinated Gases: The 8-Electron Sulfur Hexafluoride System As a Model Reaction – Y. Li, A. Khurram, M. He, and B. M. Gallant (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

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Multifunctional Pyridinium Systems for Nonaqueous Redox Flow Batteries – T. F. Guarr, A. Petty II, K. Olson, and S. Mann (Michigan State University Bioeconomy Institute) Crystal and Electronic Structures of MgCo2XMnxO4 As Cathode Material for Magnesium Secondary Battery Using First Principle Calculation and Quantum Beam – C. Ishibashi, Y. Mizutani, N. Ishida, N. Kitamura, and Y. Idemoto (Tokyo University of Science)

Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems General Session Sensor Chesapeake J, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Electrochemical Sensors and Microsystems – 14:00 – 16:30 Co-Chairs: Shekhar Bhansali and Volha Matylitskaya 14:00

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(Invited) Preparation and Pore Structure of Glucose-Derived Porous Carbon Electrodes – G. Li, X. Gao, T. Li, Q. Zhao (MNSRC, Taiyuan University of Technology), Y. Wang (IMS, University College of Southeast Norway), and K. Wang (MNSRC, Taiyuan University of Technology) Fabrication of Shaped Controlled Cerium Oxide Nanomaterial for Highly Sensitive Enzymatic Glucose Biosensors – A. M. Fallatah, M. Almomtan, and S. Padalkar (Iowa State University)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

A Paper-Based Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering Test Strip for Protein Biomarker Detection – X. Gao, P. Zheng, S. Kasani, and N. Wu (West Virginia University) Break Towards Next Generation Body Worn Glucose Sensors – M. Salari, A. Fan, A. Dennis, C. Klapperich, J. Galagan, and M. W. Grinstaff (Boston University) Textile Fiber Electrode to Monitor Uric Acid and for Assessing Wound Chronicity – M. Pierre, S. RoyChoudhury, Y. Umasankar, P. Manickam, R. E. Fernandez, N. Munroe, and S. Bhansali (Florida International University) Preparation and Characterization of Electrochemical Tyrosinase Biosensor – I. Polatoglu (Manisa Celal Bayar University) An Au-[Fe-S]-NAD-Glucose Dehydrogenase Bioanode for Glucose Detection – A. Mahadevan and S. Fernando (Texas A&M University) Sonochemically Synthesized Zinc Oxide Nanoflakes Based Electrochemical Immunosensor for Ethyl Glucuronide (EtG) Detection – F. Alam, R. Sinha, A. H. Jalal, P. Manickam, P. K. Vabbina, S. Bhansali, and N. Pala (Florida International University) Enhanced Protein Stability Using Room Temperature Ionic Liquid for Wearable Electrochemical Sweat-Based Biosensor – B. Jagannath (The University of Texas at Dallas), S. Muthukumar (EnLiSense LLC), R. D. Munje, and S. Prasad (The University of Texas at Dallas)

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(Invited) Electrochemical Characterization of Nanogap Interdigitated Electrode Arrays for Lab-on-a-Chip Applications – V. Matylitskaya and S. Partel (Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences) Lebel Free Detection of Gene Mutation By Applying a Ce2(Zr1-xTix)Oy sensing Film Based electrolyte – Insulator – Semiconductor (EIS) Biosensors Using Sol-Gel Method – S. P. Bag (CHANG GUNG UNIVERSITY) All Organic Screen Printed Electrodes for Continuous Recording of Electrocardiogram – S. K. Sinha, Y. Noh, G. M. Treich, N. Reljin, S. Hajeb-Mohammadalipour, K. Chon, and G. A. Sotzing (University of Connecticut) Development of Nanomaterial Modified Sensor for the Electrocatalytic Oxidation of Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug – P. Tarlekar and S. Chatterjee (Institute of Chemical Technology) Stress Detection Using Polymer Optical Fiber with FRET Pair Dyes – R. Furukawa and S. Kamimura (The University of ElectroCommunications) Non-Enzymatic Urea Detection Via Using Ag/ ZnO Nanorod-Based Catalyst – J. Yoon, E. Lee, D. Lee, T. S. Oh (Auburn University), S. P. Woo (Yonsei University), Y. S. Yoon (Gachon University), and D. J. Kim (Auburn University) Concluding Remarks

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Simple Solution Deposition of Co3O4 on FTO for Rapid and Selective Nonenzymatic Glucose Detection – M. Chowdhury and M. Aliwa (Cape Peninsula University of Technology) Fabrication of Hierarchical Nanostructures for Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering Biosensors – K. Curtin, S. Kasani, P. Zheng, and N. Wu (West Virginia University) Carbon Monoxide Gas Sensing Study Using Hydrothermally Prepared NiO/Graphene Nanosheets Electrode – A. A. Khaleed (University of Pretoria, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria), A. Bello, J. K. Dangbegnon, O. Olaniyan (University of Pretoria), B. W. Mwakikunga (CSIR- National Centre for Nano-Structured Materials), and N. Manyala (University of Pretoria) Electrically Conductive Polymer Nanocomposites for 3D Printing – S. Takeda, A. Khosla, M. Sugimoto, H. Furukawa, and S. K. Sukumaran (Yamagata University) Synthesis and Characterization of NiO Nanostructures Formed By Anodization Sonoelectrochemical. Its Application As NonEnzymatic Glucose Sensor – R. S. Schrebler, P. Grez, and C. A. Heyser (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso) 3D Printing of Micromolds and Microfluidic Devices – K. Takamatsu, S. Basher, S. He, K. Sato, K. Yoshida, K. Sakai, M. Kawakami, H. Furukawa, T. Yoshida, and A. Khosla (Yamagata University) Ultrasonically Assisted Preparation of Carbon Fiber Doped Electriclly Conductive Micropatternable Nanocomposite Polymer for MEMS/Nems Applications – S. Basher, H. Sun, Y. Hirai, K. Sakai, K. Yoshida, H. Furukawa, S. K. Sukumaran, T. Yoshida, and A. Khosla (Yamagata University) Fabrication of Aptamer-Immobilized MultiTarget Field-Effect Transistor Biosensor for Sensing Mental Stress – S. Kuroiwa (Research Organization for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda University), R. Takibuchi, A. Matsuzaka (Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering, Waseda University), S. Hideshima (Research Organization for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda University), N. Kaneko, H. Minagawa, K. Horii, I. Waga (NEC Solution Innovators, Ltd.), T. Nakanishi (Waseda University), K. Ohashi (Research Organization for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda University), T. Momma (Waseda University), and T. Osaka (Research Organ. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.) Resistive Hysteresis of Carbon Nanofiber Doped Elastomeric Nanocomposite Polymer – A. Khosla, H. Furukawa, and S. K. Sukumaran (Yamagata University)

Nanotechnology General Session

All Divisions / Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee Chesapeake 6, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Synthesis, Characterization and Application of Nanomaterials – 14:00 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Oana Leonte, Christina Bock, Jessica E. Koehne and Z. Chen 14:00 14:10 2235

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Welcoming Remarks Optical Cooling of CdSe/ZnS Quantum Dots Embedded in PMMA – R. Fontenot, V. Mathur, and J. Barkyoumb (Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock) Oxidation State Measurements of Cerium Dioxide Nanoparticles: Selecting Measurement Parameters and in Situ Observations – A. Johnston-Peck (National Institute of Standards and Technology) Flexible and Versatile Nanoparticle Synthesis By Gas-Diffusion Electrocrystallization – X. Dominguez-Benetton (Flemish Institute for Technological Research VITO), R. Prato-Modestino (Flemish Institute for Technological Research VITO, KU Leuven), S. Eggermont (KU Leuven, Flemish Institute for Technological Research VITO), G. Pozo (Flemish Institute for Technological Research VITO), and J. Fransaer (KU Leuven) Analysis of Amorphous Matrices Induced in Nickel Nanowires Due to Kilo-Electron-Volt H+ Ions Beam Irradiation for Application in Spacecrafts – S. Honey (UNESCO-UNISA & IThemba LABS South Africa, Centre of Excellence in Solid State Physics), I. Ahmad (National Centre for Physics), M. Malik (UNESCO-UNISA Africa Chair in Nanosciences, iThemba Labs, Somerset West 7129, South Africa), K. John (GNS Science, Lower Hutt, New Zealand), and S. Naseem (Centre of Excellence in Solid State Physics) Break Field-Driven Splitting of Pure Water Based on Deep-Sub-Debye-Length Nanogap Cells – Y. Wang, S. R. Narayanan, and W. Wu (University of Southern California) Funtionalization and Electrocatalytic Application of Electrolessly Deposited Silver Nanoplatelet Films – F. Münch (Weizmann Institute of Science), C. Roth (Freie Universität Berlin), A. Vaskevich, and I. Rubinstein (Weizmann Institute of Science) A Single-Crystal Electrochemical Study of the Facet-Selective Chemistry That Drives Anisotropic Growth of Cu Nanowires – M. J. Kim, P. F. Flowers, I. E. Stewart, S. Ye (Duke University), S. Baek, J. J. Kim (Seoul National University), and B. J. Wiley (Duke University) Electrochromic Characteristics of Nano-Sized Cluster Nickel-Oxide Thin Film – K. H. Wang and T. Kawai (Tokyo University of Science) Macroscale Films of Highly Ordered Periodic 3D Semiconductor Nanostructures Generated Via Lithography-Free Photoelectrodeposition – A. I. Carim, N. A. Batara, A. Premkumar, H. A. Atwater, and N. S. Lewis (California Institute of Technology) Concluding Remarks

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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Influence of TCNQ Loading on the Mechanical Properties of Metal-Organic Framework Films – Y. Mohammed, X. Chen (Old Dominion University), Z. M. Hassan (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), H. Baumgart (Applied Research Center), and E. Redel (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) Fabrication of Superhydrophobic Aluminum Surfaces By Pyrophosphoric Acid Anodizing and SAM Modification – D. Nakajima, T. Kikuchi, S. Natsui, and R. O. Suzuki (Hokkaido University) The Effect of CVD-Graphene at the Active-Layer/Current-Collector Interface for High-Performance Supercapacitor – Y. Kwon (Sejong university), J. Shin (Sejong University), and Y. Seo (Sejong university) Local Structure of Highly Conductive Vanadate Glass Containing Tinoxide Studied By RT-MöSsbauer Spectrum – N. Oka, Y. Fujita, T. Izumi (Kindai University), S. Kubuki (Tokyo Metropolitan University), and T. Nishida (Kindai University) Electrochromic WO3 Films with Controlled High-Rate Deposition By Hollow Cathode Gas Flow Sputtering – N. Oka (Aoyama Gakuin University, Kindai University), M. Watanabe, J. Jia (Aoyama Gakuin University), K. Sugie, Y. Iwabuchi, H. Kotsubo (Bridgestone Co.), and Y. Shigesato (Aoyama Gakuin University) Study about an Experimental Design for CdTe Quantum Dots Synthesis. Analysis of the Optical Changes after Their Interaction with Hydroxyl Radicals – E. C. Muñoz, E. A. Navarrete, V. Rojas, J. Román, R. G. Henríquez, and R. S. Schrebler (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso) Study about Electrostatic Deposition of CdTe Quantum Dots on Glassy Carbon Electrodes – E. C. Muñoz, V. Rojas, E. A. Navarrete, J. Román, R. G. Henríquez, R. S. Schrebler, and M. Romero (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso) Gold Aerogel As a Novel Catalyst for Hydrogen Generation Reaction from a Hydrogen Feedstock Material – J. Osborn, M. Horten, and T. M. Abdel-Fattah (Christopher Newport University) Hydrogen Generation Reaction of Sodium Borohydride Catalyzed By Gold and Platinum Nanoparticles – J. M. Long, A. Heyman, C. Huff (Christopher Newport University), and T. M. Abdel-Fattah (Applied Research Center, Jefferson National Lab) Synthesis and Application of Nickel Terephthalate MOF for Hydrogen Generation – Z. Messegee, J. Osborn (Christopher Newport University), and T. M. Abdel-Fattah (Applied Research Center, Jefferson National Lab)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

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Study about Overall Adhesion-Spreading Process of Liposomes on a Gold Electrode. Influence of the Presence of CdTe Quantum Dots – E. C. Muñoz, J. Román, E. A. Navarrete, and V. Rojas (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso) Synthesis and Characterization of Gold Nanoparticle/Boron Nitride Nanotube Composites Toward Hydrogen Generation Reaction – C. Huff, T. Dushatinski (Christopher Newport University), and T. M. Abdel-Fattah (Applied Research Center, Jefferson National Lab) Aqueous Phase Synthesis of Cu-in-Ga Photovoltaic Nanoparticles for the CIGS Printable Solar Cell Application – H. Takahashi, S. Yokoyama, and K. Tohji (Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Tohoku Univ.) The Influence of Various Fluencies of Copper Ions (Cu+) on Optical and Electrical Properties of Silver Nanowires (Ag-NWs) Thin Films for Photovoltaic Applications – S. Honey (Centre of Excellence in Solid State Physics, UNESCO-UNISA & IThemba LABS South Africa), I. Ahmad (National Centre for Physics), S. Khan (Department of Materials Engineering, PIEAS), N. Z. (National Center for Physics), S. Naseem (Centre of Excellence in Solid State Physics), and M. Maaza (iThemba Labs, Somerset West 7129, South Africa)

The Brain and Electrochemistry

All Divisions / Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee National Harbor 11, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Honoring Mark Wightman: Behavioral Neuroelectrochemistry I – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Pavel A Takmakov, Hariklia (Lili) Deligianni and Leslie A Sombers 08:00 08:10 2302 08:50

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Introductory Remarks (Invited) Exploring Brain Chemistry with Microelectrodes – R. M. Wightman (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) (Invited) Real-Time Striatal Measurements of Oxidative Stress and Dopamine in the Dyskinetic Rat during Chronic L-DOPA Treatment for Parkinson’s Disease – L. A. Sombers, L. R. Wilson, C. F. Mason, and C. A. Lee (North Carolina State University) (Invited) Dopamine, Acetylcholine, and Insulin: Modulators of Motivation – M. E. Rice (New York University School of Medicine) Break (Invited) In Vivo Electroanalytical Measurements of Norepinephrine in the Brain: Current Status and Remaining Challenges – J. Park, R. Bhimani, K. Wakabayashi, and C. Bass (The University at Buffalo - The State University of New York) (Invited) Fast Scan Cyclic Voltammetry for Probing Depression and Developmental Disorders – P. Hashemi (University of South Carolina) 189

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(Invited) Exploring the Therapeutic Potential of the Endocannabinoid System in Huntington’s Disease – J. F. Cheer (Unviersity of Maryland School of Medicine) Break (Invited) New Platforms for Multiplexing Electrochemical Measurements In Vivo – M. L. Heien (University of Arizona) (Invited) Multimodal Microprobe for Combined Multiple Neurochemical Sensing and Optical Stimulation – K. M. Wassum, P. Y. Chiou, N. T. Maidment, and H. G. Monbouquette (University of California, Los Angeles) (Invited) New Methods to Fabricate Electrodes for Neurotransmitter Measurements – B. J. Venton (University of Virginia) and C. Yang (Department of Chemistry, University of Virginia)

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(Invited) Carbon Fiber Electrode Array for the Detection of Electrophysiological and Dopaminergic Activity – P. R. Patel, P. Popov (University of Michigan), A. Mohebi (University of California, San Francisco), A. Hamid (University of Michigan), J. Pettibone (University of California, San Francisco), D. Roossien, B. Aragona, D. Cai (University of Michigan), J. Berke (University of California, San Francisco), and C. Chestek (University of Michigan) (Invited) A Hybrid CMOS-Graphene Integrated Sensing Platform for Subsecond Dopamine Detection – T. WU, B. Nasri, A. Alharbi (Electrical and Computer Engineering, New York University), R. Kiani (Center for Neural Science, New York University), and D. Shahrjerdi (Electrical and Computer Engineering, New York University) (Invited) Carbon Nanotube-Based Microelectrodes for Enhanced Neurochemical Detection – A. G. Zestos (American University) and B. J. Venton (University of Virginia) (Invited) Electrolytic Hydrogen Clearance for Measuring Cerebral Blood Flow – G. S. McCarty, C. A. Lee (North Carolina State University), L. Walton (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), L. A. Sombers (North Carolina State University), and R. M. Wightman (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) Break (Invited) Nanogap Voltammetry of Clean Surface of Electron-Beam-Deposited Carbon – S. Amemiya, R. Chen (University of Pittsburgh), A. Najarian (University of Alberta), R. Balla (University of Pittsburgh), and R. L. McCreery (University of Alberta) (Invited) Electrochemical Characteristics of Diamond Films for Neural Devices – H. Martin (Case Western Reserve University)

(Invited) Carbon Nanoelectrodes for Dopamine Detection and Intracellular Electroanalysis – M. V. Mirkin, K. Hu, and D. Wang (Queens College-CUNY) (Invited) Chemistry of Robust Neural Interfaces – P. A. Takmakov (US FDA)

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Boron-Doped Diamond Sensors for Neurotransmitter Detection: Fabrication and Characterization – M. Becker, C. A. Rusinek (Fraunhofer USA, Inc.), B. Fan, W. Li, Y. Guo (Michigan State University), and R. Rechenberg (Fraunhofer USA, Inc.) Automated and High-Throughput Reactive Accelerated Aging System to Evaluate Performance of Neural Implants – M. G. Street (US FDA), R. Caldwell, D. J. Warren (University of Utah), L. Rieth (Blackrock Microsystems, University of Utah), and P. A. Takmakov (US FDA)

Sensors for Food Safety, Quality, and Security

Sensor / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee National Harbor 10, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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Detection of Foodborne Bacteria based on AlGaN/GaN HEMT DNA Sensors – M. Park, R. Thapa, and A. Son (Auburn University) A Novel Soft Sensor Approach for Estimating Individual Biomass in Mixed Cultures with Applications to Agricultural Waste and Wastewater Treatment – N. Roberts, B. A. Chin, Q. P. He, and J. Wang (Auburn University) Nanostructured Microcantilevers for the Sensing of Volatile Organic Compounds for Environmental and Food Safety Applications – R. J. McNeilly (University of Dayton), P. Hesketh, O. Brand (Georgia Institute of Technology), and K. M. Hansen (University of Dayton) Clay Coating Systems for Removal of Heavy Metals for Waste Water – D. Blersch (Biosystems Engineering, Auburn University), M. Beidaghi (Auburn University), and E. Davis (Materials Engineering, Auburn University) Development and Optimization of Capacitive Deionization for Treatment of High-Strength Agricultural Waters – J. Orangi (Auburn University), D. Blersch (Biosystems Engineering, Auburn University), E. Davis (Materials Engineering, Auburn University), P. Chen, and M. Beidaghi (Auburn University)

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Real-Time Bacterial Detection in Liquid By Using Magnetoelastic Biosensors and a Surface-Scanning Coil Detector – S. Du, Y. Liu (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), S. Horikawa (Auburn University), I. H. Chen (Material Research & Education Center, Auburn University), Y. Chai (auburn university), H. C. Wikle (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), S. J. Suh (Department of Biological Sciences, Auburn University), and B. A. Chin (Auburn University) Design, Simulation and Fabrication of a Novel Phage Filter for Pathogens Testing from Large Volumes of Water – X. Lu (Auburn University, Xi’an University of Technology), S. Du, S. Horikawa (Auburn University), Y. Liu (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), I. H. Chen (Material Research & Education Center, Auburn University), H. C. Wikle (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), J. Xi (Auburn University), S. J. Suh (Department of Biological Sciences, Auburn University), and B. A. Chin (Auburn University) Field-Deployable Wireless Sensor Networks for Mapping Inorganic N-Containing Species in Soil – W. Yang, J. He, T. Knappenberger, M. Beidaghi, D. Nadolnyak, Z. Cheng, B. A. Chin, and P. Chen (Auburn University) Direct Conversion Fuel Cell of Urine in Animal Wastes and Its Condition Monitoring Sensors for Efficient Water Usage in Agriculture – E. Lee, J. Yoon, D. Lee (Auburn University), S. Woo (Yonsei University), Y. Yoon (Gachon University), Y. Wang (Auburn university), B. C. Prorok, and D. J. Kim (Auburn University) Dendrimer-Encapsulated Ultra-Small Porous MnO2-Fe3O4 Nanosphere for Clean Water – Y. Zhu, W. Yang, Y. Cai, T. Knappenberger, M. Beidaghi, Z. Cheng, B. A. Chin, and P. Chen (Auburn University) Fabrication of Magnetostrictive NanoTubes/Bar As Sensor Plaform – Z. Zheng, Z. Y. Cheng (Auburn University), and K. Zhang (Taiyuan University of Science and Technology) Rapid Pathogen detection By Surface Swab Sampling and Wireless Biosensing – Y. Liu, S. Du (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), S. Horikawa (Auburn University), I. H. Chen (Material Research & Education Center, Auburn University), H. C. Wikle (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), X. Lu (Auburn University), S. J. Suh (Department of Biological Sciences, Auburn University), E. Davis (Materials Engineering, Auburn University), S. Mansoorabadi (Chemistry and Biochemistry, Auburn University), D. J. Kim, D. Nadolnyak, and B. A. Chin (Auburn University) Detection of Bacillus Anthracis Spores in Water Using a Phage-Coated Piezoelectric Membrane – X. Lu, L. Wang, L. Hou (Xi’an University of Technology), and Z. Cheng (Auburn University)

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Development of Semiconductor-Based Biosensor for Detection of Buckwheat Allergenic Protein in Food Products – S. Hideshima, M. Saito (Waseda University), Y. Harada, M. Tsuna (Nippon Flour Mills Co., Ltd.), S. Kuroiwa, T. Nakanishi, and T. Osaka (Waseda University) Label-Free and Highly Sensitive Detection of Buckwheat 16kD Allergenic Protein with Field Effect Transistor (FET) Sensor and Immunochromatography Strip – Y. Harada, M. Tsuna (Nippon Flour Mills Co., Ltd.), S. Hideshima, M. Saito, S. Kuroiwa, T. Nakanishi (Waseda University), and T. Osaka (Research Organ. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.) Rapid Detection of Bacterial Pathogens on 2D Food – J. Xi, S. Horikawa (Auburn University), I. H. Chen (Material Research & Education Center, Auburn University), Y. Liu, S. Du (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), X. Lu (Auburn University), H. C. Wikle (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), S. J. Suh (Department of Biological Sciences, Auburn University), and B. A. Chin (Auburn University) Detection of Salmonella Enterica with Magnetoelastic Biosensors in Wash Water Containing Clorox and Chlorine Dioxide – I. H. Chen (Material Research & Education Center, Auburn University), S. Du, Y. Liu (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), J. Xi, X. Lu, S. Horikawa (Auburn University), H. C. Wikle (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), S. J. Suh (Department of Biological Sciences, Auburn University), and B. A. Chin (Auburn University) Hexagonally Arranged Ag-Hemisphere Arrays with Rough Surface and the SERS Detection to Persistent Organic Pollutants – H. Tang (West Virginia University, Institute of Solid State Physics, CAS), G. Meng (Institute of Solid State Physics, CAS), and N. Wu (West Virginia University) Detection of Nitrite Pollutant with an Optical Sensor – P. Zheng and N. Wu (West Virginia University) Detection and Subtyping of Salmonella from Raw Chicken through Targeted Salmonella Capture, Genome Amplification and Whole Genome Sequencing – J. Y. Hyeon, S. Li (University of Georgia), B. A. Chin (Auburn University), and X. Deng (University of Georgia) Simultaneous Detection of Tumor-Specific Circulating DNA Mutation and Methylation – L. Zhou, B. A. Chin (Auburn University), and A. Simonian (National Science Foundation) Low Noise, High Performance Physical Sensor for Detection of Ammonia Gas – A. Lotfi (Georgia Institute of technology, Georgia Tech Research Institute), A. Mahdavifar (Georgia Institute of Technology), J. R. Stetter (SPEC Sensors, LLC), D. Struk (Georgia Institute of Technology), M. Navaei (Georgia Tech Research Institute), and P. Hesketh (Georgia Institute of Technology) 191

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Artificial Cilia for Capture and Sampling – S. Hanasoge, P. Hesketh, A. Alexeev, M. Ballard (Georgia Institute of Technology), M. Erickson (University of Georgia), and J. Xu (Georgia Tech Research Institute) Nondestructive Detection of Woody Chicken Breast – A. Lotfi, M. Navaei (Georgia Tech Research Institute), and P. Hesketh (Georgia Institute of Technology) Exploration of ISE Sensor Embedded in Garden Weed Block Fabric for Continuous Soil Nitrate Sensing – L. K. Burton, P. Manickam, and S. Bhansali (Florida International University) Novel Low Symmetric Alkyne Terminated Metallophthalocyanine Modified Electrode Via Click Chemistry for Electrochemical Determination of Mercury (II) – G. Fomo (Rhodes University) Effects of Surface-Scanning Detector Position on the Response of a Wireless Magnetoelastic Biosensor – S. Horikawa, S. Du, Y. Liu (Auburn University), X. Lu (Xi’an University of Technology, Auburn University), I. H. Chen, H. C. Wikle, P. Chen, M. Beidaghi, S. J. Suh, Y. Feng, Z. Cheng, and B. A. Chin (Auburn University)

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Multifunctional Electrospun Separators for Structural Battery Applications – W. Keaswejjareansuk and J. Liang (Worcester Polytechnic Institute) Electrochemical Properties of PDTT and PETDP As Cathode Materials for Rechargeable Lithium Battery – Z. Shadike (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory), S. M. Bak (Chemistry Division, Brookhaven National Laboratory), X. L. Wang, H. S. Lee (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory), and X. Q. Yang (Chemistry Division, Brookhaven National Laboratory) Three-Dimensional Holey-Graphene/Niobia Composite Architectures for Ultrahigh-Rate Energy Storage – H. Sun, B. S. Dunn, Y. Huang, and X. Duan (University of California, Los Angeles) 2D Electrode Materials for Energy Storage – Q. Yan (Nanyang Technological University) Identifying Contact Resistances in HighVoltage Cathodes By Impedance Spectroscopy – D. Pritzl (Technische Universität München), M. Wetjen, J. Landesfeind, S. Solchenbach, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich) Break Development of Utility Friendly Olivine Based ESS in Esstalion Technologies – Y. Asakawa, J. C. Daigle, M. Yasuda, Z. Karim, and S. Uesaka (Esstalion Technologies Inc) An Experimental and First Principles Study of the Energetics of Lithium Insertion into Fe3O4 and γ-Fe2O3 – C. N. Lininger (Columbia University), A. C. Marschilok, K. J. Takeuchi (Stony Brook University), E. S. Takeuchi (Stony Brook University, Brookhaven National Lab), M. S. Hybertsen (Brookhaven National Laboratory), and A. C. West (Columbia University) Design of Metal Oxide Anode Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries – A. Palmieri, B. Ng, and W. E. Mustain (University of Connecticut)

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The Impact of Crystallinity on Mesoporous TiO2 Nanoparticle Electrode for Li- and Na- Ion Batteries – C. Deng, M. L. Lau, B. Williford (Boise State University), Y. Liu (Center for Nanoscale Materials), J. Xu, W. Tong (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), K. Smith (Boise State University), F. Guo (Argonne National Laboratory), Y. Ren (Advanced Photon Source, Argonne National Laboratory), and H. Xiong (Boise State University) ALD-Coated Graphite Anode Materials for Improved Cycle Life, Calendar Life, and Safety of Li-Ion Cells – K. Dahlberg (XALT Energy, LLC), J. E. Trevey, A. Dameron (Forge Nano), H. M. Meyer III, R. E. Ruther (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), D. L. Wood III (University of Tennessee), L. Stevenson, and D. Townsend (XALT Energy, LLC)

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Meso and Microstructural Interactions in Porous Lithium-Ion Batteries – A. Deva and R. E. García (School of Materials Engineering, Purdue University) Microstructural Limits and Extensions of Porous Electrode Theory – J. A. Campos (Purdue University), I. Battiato (Stanford University), and R. E. García (Purdue University) An Experimental Analysis on the Impacts of Current Pulsing with Varying Current Amplitudes on Lithium-Ion Cells – D. R. Rajagopalan Kannan, M. H. Weatherspoon, and P. L. Moss (Florida A&M University Florida State University) A Nonlinear Model-Based Study for Dynamic-Steady-State Process Identification on Lithium-Ion Batteries – N. Wolff (Inst. of Energy & Process Systems Eng., TU Braunschweig, Battery LabFactory Braunschweig), N. Harting (Battery LabFactory Braunschweig, Inst. of Energy & Process Systems Eng., TU Braunschweig), M. Heinrich (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, Inst. of Energy & Process Systems Eng., TU Braunschweig), F. Röder (Inst. of Energy & Process Systems Eng., TU Braunschweig, Battery LabFactory Braunschweig), and U. Krewer (Battery LabFactory Braunschweig, Inst. of Energy & Process Systems Eng., TU Braunschweig) High Performance Li-Ion Battery Capable of Near Zero Volt (~0V) Storage – W. Xing (ADA Technologies, Inc.) Break Multi-Physics Modeling of Impact Safety of Lithium-Ion Batteries – J. Deng, M. Zhu, C. Bae, T. J. Miller (Ford Motor Company), and P. L’Eplattenier (Livermore Software Technology Corporation) Unusual Exothermal Behavior of Degraded Lithium-Ion Batteries during Charging – Y. Saito, H. Kobayashi, K. Kuratani, M. Shikano (AIST), Y. Nakajima, C. Yamada, M. Kawase, and H. Naito (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency)

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On Cell Variability and Fade Mechanisms in High Energy Density Lithium Batteries – S. C. Nagpure, E. J. Dufek, B. Y. Liaw, S. M. Wood, C. C. Dickerson, and T. Tanim (Idaho National Laboratory) Understanding Performance Fade in High Energy Density Li Batteries – E. J. Dufek, S. C. Nagpure, S. M. Wood, C. C. Dickerson, T. Tanim, and B. Y. Liaw (Idaho National Laboratory) The Performance Evaluation of High Specific Energy 18650-Size Lithium-Ion Cells for the Planned Europa Clipper Mission – M. C. Smart, F. C. Krause, A. Lawrence, B. V. Ratnakumar, A. Ulloa-Severino, and R. C. Ewell (Jet Propulsion Lab., California Institute of Technology)

Battery Characterization: Symposium in Honor of Frank McLarnon Battery National Harbor 1, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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(Invited) Ion Transport through the Pore Channels of Anodic Nanoporous Alumina Membranes and Graphite Composite Electrodes – T. Abe (JST-CREST, Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University), T. Fukutsuka, K. Miyazaki, and Y. Miyahara (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University) On the Fly EIS Tracking of Rechargeable Alkaline Zn-MnO2 Batteries for Large-Scale Use – J. W. Gallaway, S. Bliznakov, G. G. Yadav, D. Turney, N. Ingale, M. Nyce, S. Banerjee (CUNY Energy Institute at the City College of New York), M. Menard, V. De Angelis, and A. Couzis (Urban Electric Power) Characterisation of Heat and Gas Emissions in Thermally Induced Battery Failure on Commercially Available 18650 Li-Ion Cells – M. Lammer, A. Königseder (Graz University of Technology), and V. Hacker (Graz University of Technology, CEET) Thermal Conductivity Study on a Working Li-Ion Battery Cell – L. Cao, J. Hartig, and S. Santhanagopalan (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) Coffe Break (Invited) High Lithium Sulfide-Loading Electrode for Practical Li/S Cells – E. J. Cairns (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, USA) and D. Sun (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Berkeley, CA 94720, USA) Understanding the Effect of Zinc and Achieving Long Cycle Life in Cu-Intercalated Bi-Birnessite/Zinc Batteries – G. G. Yadav (CUNY Energy Institute at the City College of New York), X. Wei (The City College of New York), J. Huang, J. W. Gallaway, D. Turney, M. Nyce, and S. Banerjee (CUNY Energy Institute at the City College of New York) 193

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Dynamic Chemical X-Ray Microscopy on Energy Storage Materials – J. N. Weker (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, USA), A. M. Wise (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory), Y. Li (Stanford University), R. E. Ruther (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), W. C. Chueh (Stanford University), J. Nanda (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and M. F. Toney (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) Li-Ion Cell with Reference Electrode – Y. Ming and O. Kwon (Ford Motor Company) Method to Increase the Speed of EIS Series Measurements on Battery Stacks during Cycling While Avoiding Dramatic Loss of Measurement Accuracy – S. Feihl (Zahner Scientific Instruments), M. Sholin (Admiral Instruments), C. A. Schiller, S. Fröba, M. Multerer, and W. Strunz (Zahner Scientific Instruments)

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An Improved Li-Ion Battery Model to Study the Effect of Electrode Thickness – M. Xu and X. Wang (Oakland University) Resistivity Characterization of Solid Electrolyte Interphase on Lithium Ion Battery Silicon Anodes – C. Stetson (Colorado School of Mines, National Renewable Energy Laboratory), C. Jiang, C. Ban, M. Al-Jassim (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), and S. Pylypenko (Colorado School of Mines) Lithium-Ion Battery Precursor Chemistry: Understanding the Role of Solution Conditions on Composition and Structure of Transition Metal Oxalates – H. Dong, G. Koenig, A. Wang, and A. Barron (University of Virginia) Multi-Scale Mechanical-Electrochemical Modeling of Lithium-Ion Batteries – B. Wu and W. Lu (University of Michigan) Semi-Empirical Modeling of TemperatureDependent Degradation Mechanisms in Lithium-Ion Batteries – M. Schimpe, M. Edler von Kuepach, M. Naumann, H. C. Hesse, A. Jossen (Institute for Electrical Energy Storage Technology, Technical University of Munich (TUM)), K. Smith, and S. Santhanagopalan (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) Amorphous Nanorod Boron As Anode Material for Lithium Ion Batteries at Room Temperature – M. L. Lau, C. Deng (Boise State University), H. M. Barkholtz (Sandia National Laboratories), T. Xu (Northern Illinois University), Y. Liu (Center for Nanoscale Materials), H. Wang, J. G. Connell (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), R. Parrish (University of Florida), K. Smith, and H. Xiong (Boise State University)

An Investigation of Smart Aqueous Binder for Novel Solid Electrolyte Interphase Formation on Silicon in Lithium Ion Battery – P. L. Lin (Pin-Ling,Lin) and F. M. Wang (Fu-Ming Wang) Improved Performance of Silicon Anodes Using Copper Nanoparticle Additive – G. Bachand (University of Nevada, Reno) and D. Chidambaram (Nevada Institute for Sustainability) Surface Sensitivity of Fluoroethylene Carbonate Breakdown on Lithium Silicide Surfaces – L. H. Sprowl (Argonne National Laboratory, Oregon State University), L. Árnadóttir (Oregon State University), and M. K. Y. Chan (Argonne National Laboratory) Break Detailed Investigation of Anionic Redox Chemistry in Li-Rich Li2Ir0.75Sn0.5O3 Electrode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries – S. Yun, S. Muhammad, Y. Kim, E. Lee, and W. S. Yoon (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University) Influence of the Design of High-EnergyDensity Graphite Negative Electrodes on the Electrochemical Performance – S. Malifarge (Laboratoire de Réactivité et Chimie des Solides, Renault Technocentre, 78084, Guyancourt), A. A. Franco (LRCS (CNRS&UPJV), RS2E, ALISTORE-ERI), B. Delobel (Renault Technocentre, 78084, Guyancourt), and C. Delacourt (Laboratoire de Reactivite et Chimie des Solides) Graphene Coated Ni Foam As a Current Collector for N-Type Doped Si Thin Film Anode for Li-Ion Batteries – A. Zharbossyn (L.N.Gumilyov Eurasian National University), A. Mukanova (School of Engineering, Nazarabayev University, National Laboratory Astana), A. Nurpeissova, A. Urazbayev (National Laboratory Astana), S. S. Kim (Chungnam National University), and Z. Bakenov (School of Engineering, Nazarbayev University, National Laboratory Astana) Application of Operando Methods for Characterisation of Structural Evolution in Electrochemical Systems – D. Goonetilleke (University of New South Wales) and N. Sharma (UNSW Australia) Study of an Organic Alkaline Redox Flow Battery By Means of a Segmented Cell – M. Cazot (KEMWATT, Rennes, LEMTA, Université de Lorraine, Vandoeuvre-lèsNancy), G. Maranzana, S. Didierjean, and J. Dillet (LEMTA, Université de Lorraine, Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy) Rate Dependent Multi-Mechanism Discharge of Ag0.50VOPO4·1.8H2o: Insights from in-Situ Energy Dispersive X-Ray Diffraction – M. M. Huie (Stony Brook University), D. C. Bock (Brookhaven National Laboratory), A. Bruck, J. Yin, K. J. Takeuchi, E. S. Takeuchi, and A. C. Marschilok (Stony Brook University)

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A Study on the Charge–Discharge Mechanism of Ordered Mesoporous MoS2 Anode Material Via Synchrotron-Based x-Ray Analysis – W. S. Choi (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University), Y. S. Choi (Department of Chemistry, Sungkyunkwan University), M. Jeong (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University), H. Park (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan Uinversity), J. M. Kim (Department of Chemistry, Sungkyunkwan University), and W. S. Yoon (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University) Chemical Preintercalation of Bilayered Vanadium Oxide for Versatile, High Capacity Electrodes in Ion-Based Batteries – M. Clites and E. Pomerantseva (Drexel University) Modified Electrodes for Improved Performance of Redox Flow Batteries – R. K. Emmett and M. E. Roberts (Clemson University) Ion and Solvent Effects on Aquivion Perflourosulfonic Acid Ionomer Infrared Spectra with Respect to State-of-Solvation – R. O’Hagan, N. Loupe, J. Doan, and E. S. Smotkin (Northeastern University) Polysulfide Trapping Agent (PTA) Coated Directly Doped Sulfur Architectures (DDSA) – New Platforms for High Capacity Li – S Batteries – P. Murugavel Shanthi (University of Pittsburgh), P. Jampani (Department of Bioengineering, University of Pittsburgh), B. Gattu (Dept of Chemical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh), and P. N. Kumta (Department of Bioengineering, University of Pittsburgh)

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Novel Electrode Materials By Modification Route of Negative Thermal Expansion Materials – J. Liu (University of New South Wales), B. Schulz (UNSW Syndey), and N. Sharma (UNSW Australia) Hair-Based Flexible All-Solid-State Supercapacitor with Wide Operating Voltage and Ultra-High Rate Capability – W. Liu, K. Feng, G. Lui, R. Tjandra, L. Lim, and A. Yu (University of Waterloo) Magnesium-Ion Battery-Relevant Electrochemistry of MgMn2O4: Crystallite Size Effects and the Notable Role of Electrolyte Water Content – J. Yin, A. B. Brady, E. S. Takeuchi, A. C. Marschilok, and K. J. Takeuchi (Stony Brook University) Cycle Life Study and Failure Analysis of the Rechargeable Porous Zinc Electrode in Alkaline Electrolyte – M. D’Ambrose, R. J. Messinger (Chemical Engineering, The City College of New York, CUNY Energy Institute), S. Banerjee, G. G. Yadav, D. Turney, J. W. Gallaway, and M. Nyce (CUNY Energy Institute at the City College of New York)

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Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Lithium Dendrite Growth – A. Jana, S. I. Woo, K. S. Vikrant, and R. E. García (School of Materials Engineering, Purdue University) Intercalation Cathodes for Rechargeable Aluminum-Ion Batteries – A. Jadhav and R. J. Messinger (Chemical Engineering, The City College of New York) Novel Carbon-Based Intercalation Structures for Rechargeable Aluminum Batteries – J. Xu (Chemical Engineering, City College of New York) and R. J. Messinger (Chemical Engineering, The City College of New York) Aluminum Intercalation and High Capacity of Two-Dimensional (2D) Vanadium Carbide (MXene) Cathode in Rechargeable Aluminum Batteries – A. VahidMohammadi and M. Beidaghi (Auburn University) Evaluation on Catalytic Activity of Bi2XRu2O7-Z Nano-Particles for Oxygen Reduction and Evolution By Titanium Disk Method – Y. Sakurai, K. Kawaguchi (Doshisha University), Y. Hirose, H. Nishiyama, S. Nakanishi, H. Iba (TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION), and M. Morimitsu (Doshisha University) Break Solid State Batteries and the Mechanical Properties of Lithium – A. Masias (University of Michigan, Ford Motor Company) and J. Sakamoto (University of Michigan) Synergistic Effects from Substrate and Electrolytes on Li Deposition – J. A. Lochala, B. Wu (University of Arkansas), T. Tarverne (SUNY Polytechnic Institute), and J. Xiao (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) High-Power, Low-Corrosion AluminumAir Battery – B. J. Hopkins and D. P. Hart (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Long-Cycling Ferrocene/MV Aqueous Organic Redox Flow Battery (AORFB) – B. Hu (Utah State University), C. DeBruler, and T. Liu (Utah State Univeristy) Iron Phosphate Polyanion Compounds As Anodes for Aqueous Lithium Ion Batteries – E. Paharik and G. Koenig (University of Virginia) Towards Novel High-Voltage Cathode Polyanionic Materials: Exploration of the Na2Ο–V2O3–P2O5 System – V. M. Kovrugin, F. Chen (LRCS, UMR CNRS 7314, Université de Picardie Jules Verne), J. N. Chotard, R. David (LRCS, Université de Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens, France), and C. Masquelier (LRCS, UMR CNRS 7314, Université de Picardie Jules Verne) Interactions of Nanostructured TiO2 with Nonaqueous Electrolytes for Na-Ion Batteries – K. Smith (Boise State University), R. Parrish (University of Florida), P. Barnes, A. Savva, D. Karsann, C. Deng (Boise State University), E. J. Dufek (Idaho National Laboratory), and H. Xiong (Boise State University) Understanding the Effect of Li Substitution in NaNi0.4Fe0.2Mn0.4O2 Cathode Material for Sodium Ion Batteries – C. Deng (Boise State University), J. Xu, W. Tong (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Y. Liu (Center for Nanoscale Materials), R. Hunt, P. Skinner, and H. Xiong (Boise State University) 195

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Battery Maryland C, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Anode I – 08:10 – 12:30 Co-Chairs: Liangbing Hu and Shyue Ping Ong 08:10

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(Invited) Interface Engineering and Characterization in Lithium-Garnet Batteries – L. Hu (University of Maryland Energy Research Center) Influence of Protons on the Lithium Transport Mechanism in Antiperovskite Solid Electrolytes from Molecular Dynamics Simulations – O. Borodin (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), M. Olguin (Army Research Laboratory), A. Y. Song, Y. Xiao, K. Turcheniuk, A. Ramanujapuram, J. Benson, A. Magasinski (Georgia Institute of Technology), L. Meda (Xavier University of Louisiana), and G. Yushin (Georgia Institute of Technology) Design and Optimization of Novel Alkali Superionic Conductors – Z. Zhu, I. H. Chu, and S. P. Ong (University of California, San Diego) Improved Electrochemical Performance of an All Solid-State Microbattery By Electrodeposition of Polymer Electrolyte into the Nanostructured Electrodes – G. Salian, C. Lebouin (AIX-MARSEILLE UNIVERSITY), and T. Djenizian (Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne) Break Flexible, Solid-State, Ion-Conducting Membrane with 3D Garnet Nanofiber Networks for Lithium Batteries – K. Fu, Y. Gong, E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland), and L. Hu (University of Maryland Energy Research Center, University of Maryland) Effects of Reduced Dimensional Scales on the Electrochemical Reversible Li-Storage and Associated Integrity of Well-Ordered Graphitic/Graphenic Carbon – F. J. Sonia, M. K. Jangid, B. Ananthoju, R. Kali, M. Aslam (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay), P. Johari (Shiv Nadar University), and A. Mukhopadhyay (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay) Electrodeposition of Metal Oxide Nanoparticles for Li-Ion Battery Anodes – M. N. Ates and J. Busbee (Xerion Advanced Battery Corp.) Titanium Dioxide Coated Graphite Anode Materials with Fast Charging Capability for Lithium-Ion Battery – D. S. Kim, H. Yoo (Hanyang University), G. Jeong (Korea Electronics Technology Institute), and H. Kim (Hanyang University) Liquid Exfoliation of Interlayer SpacingTunable 2D Vanadium Oxide Nanosheets: High Capacity and Rate Handling Li-Ion Battery Cathodes – C. Zhang (CRANN, School of Chemistry, Trinity College Dublin)

Enhanced Electrochemical Performance of Fe-Sn Alloy with Cu Additive As Anode in Lithium-Ion Batteries – F. Xin, H. Zhou, D. Ji, X. Wang, J. Ding, Y. Shi (Binghamton University), F. Omenya (NECCESS at Binghamton University), N. A. Chernova (Binghamton University), and M. S. Whittingham (NECCES at Binghamton University) Effects of Irradiation Induced Defects on TiO2 Electrodes for Lithium Ion Batteries – K. Smith, A. Savva, C. Deng (Boise State University), J. Wharry (Purdue University), S. Hwang (Brookhaven National Lab), D. Su (Brookhaven National Laboratory), Y. Wang (Los Alamos National Laboratory), T. Xu (Northern Illinois University), D. Butt (University of Utah), S. Hwang (Brookhaven National Lab), and H. Xiong (Boise State University)

Battery Division Technology Award Address – 14:00 – 14:40 Co-Chairs: Susan A Odom and Jie Xiao 14:00

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(Battery Division Technology Award Address) Progress in High-Capacity Gradient Layered Li[NixCoyMnz]O2 Cathodes for Lithium-ion Batteries – Y. K. Sun (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University)

Anode II and SSE – 14:40 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Ying Shirley Meng and Susan A Odom 14:40

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Engineering Solid State Batteries: A Structural, Mechanical and Interface Engineering Adventure – J. L. M. Rupp (Electrochemical Materials, MIT), R. Pfenninger, and M. Struzik (Electrochemical Materials, ETH Zurich, Electrochemical Materials, MIT) Graphite for Energy Applications – F. X. Henry, J. Li, S. Köster, and C. Wehling (Superior Graphite) Mechanism of Lithium Metal Penetration through Inorganic Solid Electrolytes – T. Swamy, L. Porz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), B. W. Sheldon (Brown University), D. Rettenwander (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), T. Frömling (Technische Universität Darmstadt), H. Thaman (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), S. Berendts (Technische Universität Berlin), R. Uecker (6Leibniz Institute for Crystal Growth (IKZ)), W. C. Carter, and Y. M. Chiang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Break “Less Is More” - Decreasing Silicon Particle Degradation By Limiting the Delithiation Cut-Off Potential – M. Wetjen (Technical University of Munich), D. Pritzl (Technische Universität München), S. Solchenbach (Technical University of Munich), J. Hou (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne), V. Tileli (École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne), and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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Electrochemical Performance of an AllSolid-State Lithium Ion Battery Using Garnet Type Oxide As Solid Electrolyte – S. Ohta (Toyota Motor Corporation), T. Saito (Battery Research Div., Toyota Motor Corp.), and H. Iba (Battery Mater. Eng. & Res. Div., Toyota Motor Corporation) Universal Design Strategy for Li Super-Ionic Conductors in All-Solid-State Li-Ion Batteries : A First-Principles Study – X. He, Y. Zhu, and Y. Mo (University of Maryland, College Park) All Solid-State Thin Film Microbatteries Using Bismuth or Antimony As Anode Material – S. Larfaillou, N. Bailly, J. M. Boissel, and H. Porthault (CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus) Molecular Dynamics Simulations on LiIon Conduction in Nasicon-Type Solid Electrolytes – Y. Noda (CMI2, National Institute for Materials Science) and M. Nakayama (Nagoya Institute of Technology) Porosity Controlled TiNb2O7 Nanotubes As High Power Anode Materials for LiIon Batteries – D. Shin, J. Kwon, H. Park (Hanyang University), T. Song (Yeungnam University), and U. Paik (WCU Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University)

Battery Materials: Beyond Li-Ion

Battery / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Maryland A, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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Lithium Metal / Solid Electrolytes – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Judith Alvarado and Markus Ganser 08:00

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High Concentrated Electrolytes for Li Metal Anodes – J. Alvarado (Department of NanoEngineering UC San Diego), M. Schroeder (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), X. Wang (UC San Diego), K. Xu (Center for Research on Extreme Batteries), and Y. S. Meng (University of California at San Diego) The Behavior of the Interfacial Charge Transfer between Solid and Liquid Li+Electrolytes – M. Schleutker, C. Korte, and D. Stolten (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH) Quasi Solid State Li-S Battery Enabled By a Triple Layer Garnet Framework – S. Xu (University of Maryland Energy Research Center), D. W. McOwen, E. D. Wachsman, and L. Hu (University of Maryland) New Findings on the Lithium Ion Conduction Behaviors Depending on Tilted Grain Boundaries in Garnet-Type Li7La3Zr2O12 – H. Shiiba (Department of Materials Chemistry, Shinshu University), N. Zettsu (Center for Energy and Environmental Science, Department of Materials Chemistry, Shinshu University), R. Jalem (Japan Science and Technology Agency, PRESTO, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan), M. Nakayama (GREEN, National Institute for Materials Science, Nagoya Institute of Technology), and K. Teshima (Department of Materials Chemistry, Shinshu University, Center for Energy and Environmental Science)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

Li1.2Zr1.9Sr0.1(PO4)3 as a Solid-State Electrolyte – J. Wolfenstine, J. L. Allen (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), J. Sakamoto, and T. Thompson (University of Michigan) Break Mechanical Properties of Li7La2.75Ca0.25Zr1.75Nb0.25O12 Garnet Electrolyte—a Preliminary Study of a Porous Layer Support All-Solid State Battery – Z. Fu, Y. Gong, L. Zhang, E. Gritton, G. L. Godbey, Y. Ren, D. W. McOwen, and E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland) Modeling the Effect of Mechanics on Ion Transport and Reaction Kinetics in Solid Electrolytes – M. Ganser (Robert Bosch GmbH, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), F. Hildebrand (Robert Bosch GmbH), R. McMeeking (University of California, Santa Barbara), and M. Kamlah (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) Mechanics of Amorphous Lithium Dendrites – A. Aryanfar, T. Cheng, and W. A. Goddard III (California Institute of Technology) Ultrathin and Conformal Metal Oxides By Atomic Layer Deposition As Coatings for Lithium Metal Batteries – L. Chen and J. W. Elam (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Argonne National Laboratory) New Approach of Dendrite Suppression Using Solid Electrolyte to Enable Li Metal Anodes – Z. Ahmad and V. Viswanathan (Carnegie Mellon University) Structure-Performance Relations in MultiLayer Solid-State Li-Ion Electrolytes Using FIB-Tomography – T. R. Hamann, L. Zhang, G. L. Godbey, J. E. Gritton, Y. Gong, S. Xu, D. W. McOwen (University of Maryland, University of Maryland Energy Research Center), G. T. Hitz (University of Maryland), L. Hu, and E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland, University of Maryland Energy Research Center)

Flow Batteries – 13:30 – 15:50 Co-Chairs: John Leonard Barton and Susan A Odom 13:30

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Investigation of Redox Active Oligomers for Nonaqueous Flow Batteries – J. A. Kowalski, K. Greco (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), Y. Cao (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), J. S. Moore (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, USA, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), and F. R. Brushett (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Design of Porous Anolytes for Rechargeable Metal Batteries – K. E. Thomas-Alyea (Samsung Research America)

Thursday, October 5

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A Tetrasubstituted Hydroquinone Ether Catholyte for Non-Aqueous Redox Flow Batteries: Bicyclic Substitution Enabling High Stability – J. Zhang (Argonne National Laboratory, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR)), Z. Yang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), I. A. Shkrob (Argonne National Laboratory, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR)), R. Assary (Materials Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR)), S. O. Tung (University of Michigan, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR)), B. Silcox (University of Michigan), W. Duan (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), B. Hu (Argonne National Laboratory), L. T. Thompson (University of Michigan, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR)), X. Wei (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), C. Liao (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), Z. Zhang (Argonne National Laboratory, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), and L. Zhang (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR), Argonne National Laboratory) Modeling of Redox-Active Polymer Flow Batteries: Effects of Flow Rate on Tank Mixing – V. P. Nemani (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) and K. C. Smith (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research) Impact of Electrolyte Viscosity on Redox Flow Battery Performance – J. L. Barton, J. D. Milshtein, and F. R. Brushett (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research) Concentration-Dependent Dimerization of Anthraquinone Disulfonic Acid and Its Impact on Charge Storage Capabilities – T. J. Carney (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), S. Collins (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), J. S. Moore (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, USA, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), and F. R. Brushett (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Break

Zinc-Based Systems – 15:50 – 18:10 Co-Chairs: Joseph F. Parker and Sakthivel Mariappan

Thursday, October 5

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Rechargeable Zn–Air Batteries Enabled By Zn Sponge Anodes and Bi(tri?)Functional Cathodes – J. F. Parker (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), C. N. Chervin (Former Staff Scientist at U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), M. Vila (Undergraduate Research Student), D. R. Rolison, and J. W. Long (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory)

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Development of Stable Bifunctional Air Electrodes for Zinc-Air Flow Batteries – B. Pichler (Graz University of Technology, CEET), S. Weinberger, L. Reščec (Graz University of Technology), and V. Hacker (Graz University of Technology, CEET) A Sodium-Aluminum Hybrid Battery – X. G. Sun (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), Z. Zhang (Institute of Physics, CAS,Beijing 100190, China), H. Guan (Northeast Normal University, Changchun, P. R.China), C. A. Bridges (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), Y. Fang (Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Changchun), Y. Hu (Institute of Physics, CAS, Beijing 100190), G. M. Veith, and S. Dai (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Rechargeable Aluminum–Air Battery Using Various Air-Cathode Materials and Suppression of Byproduct Formation on Both Anode and Air Cathode – R. Mori (Fuji Pigment Co.Ltd) Bi-Functional Oxygen Electrodes for a Rechargeable Zinc/Air Battery with Choline Acetate Electrolyte – S. Mariappan, A. A. Shah, S. P. Batchu, and J. F. Drillet (DECHEMA-Forschungsinstitut) Foldable and Rechargeable Zn-Air Batteries – Z. Liu (Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, A*STAR) Increasing Electrode Utilization and Developing a Robust Charging Method for Silver-Zinc Rechargeable Button Cell Batteries – R. Pourdarvish, T. W. Powers, J. V. Ortega, and R. E. Dueber (ZPower)

Corrosion General Session

Corrosion Camelia 2, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Ferrous Alloys: Corrosion and Protection – 08:10 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Masayuki Itagaki and Dev Chidambaram 08:10

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Role of Ni Addition in Corrosion Behavior of Model Interface Between Rust Layer and Steel Matrix on Weathering Steels – Y. Sugawara, W. Inoue (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University), A. Yomogida (Materials Engineering R&D Division, DENSO CORPORATION), I. Muto (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University), S. Tsuri (Steel Research Laboratory, JFE Steel Corporation), and N. Hara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University) Hydrogen Entry into Steel Exposed in an Outdoor Environment – S. Kaneko, E. Tada (Tokyo Institute of Technology), A. Ooi (Tokyo Institute of Techonology), and A. Nishikata (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Recent Developments in Mild Steel Corrosion Rate Predictive Models in Sweet Environments – A. Kahyarian (Institute for Corrosion and Multiphase Flow Technology) and S. Nesic (Ohio University)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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Effect of Cr/Mo on the Protectiveness of Corrosion Scales on Carbon Steel in Sweet Medium Under Hydrodynamic Condition – M. H. Sk (Qatar University), A. M. Abdullah (Center for Advanced Materials, Qatar University), M. Ko (Quest Integrity), N. Laycock (Qatar Shell), B. Ingham (Callaghan Innovation), M. P. Ryan (Imperial College London), and D. E. Williams (Auckland University) Break Sulfide Scaling and Corrosion of Carbon Steel in a Sour Medium – N. Al-Qahtani (Imperial College London, Qatar University), J. Qi (Imperial College London), A. M. Abdullah (Qatar University), N. Laycock (Qatar Shell), and M. P. Ryan (Imperial College London) Effect of Nitrate Ions on Repassivation Behavior of Crevice Corrosion on Type 316L Stainless Steel – T. Aoyama, I. Muto, Y. Sugawara, and N. Hara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University) Protection Mechanisms of Inorganic Inhibitors for Localized Corrosion of Stainless Steels at Anodic Polarization – M. Ueyama, C. Tsukioka, Y. Hoshi, I. Shitanda, M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science), S. Takata, and T. Kogure (Toyota Motor Corporation) Role of Cerium Ions for Improving Pitting Corrosion Resistance of Sulfide Inclusions in Stainless Steels – M. Nishimoto, I. Muto, Y. Sugawara, and N. Hara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University) Studying Tribocorrosion Mechanisms of Aged 2507 Super Duplex Stainless Steel By Scanning Probe Microscopy – J. M. Shockley (NRC Postdoctoral Fellow, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), C. R. So, S. A. Policastro, D. J. Horton, and K. J. Wahl (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory) Atmospheric Corrosion of 904L Austenitic Stainless Steel at Different Environments – A. M. Abdullah (Qatar University), M. H. Sliem (Center for Advanced Materials, Qatar University, Qatar), and A. M. Mohamed (Suez Canal University)

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Semiconductors, Dielectrics, and Metals for Nanoelectronics 15: In Memory of Samares Kar Dielectric Science and Technology Chesapeake D, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

New Materials and Devices – 08:30 – 12:50 Co-Chairs: Susanne Stemmer and Stefan De Gendt 08:30

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Non-Ferrous Metals: Corrosion and Protection – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Eiji Tada and Jamie Noel 14:00

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A Study of NiTi Alloy Mechanical and Corrosion Behavior Subjected to Mechanical and Cyclic Thermal Loading in Corrosive Environment – M. Mohajeri (Texas A&M Univeristy), H. Castaneda, and D. Lagoudas (Texas A&M University) Galvanic Corrosion of AA7075-T6 Caused By Doped Titanium Oxides in a Controlled Atmospheric Environment – S. Policastro (Naval Research Laboratory), R. Anderson, D. J. Horton, C. Hangarter (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), J. A. Keith, and M. C. Groenenboom (University of Pittsburgh)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

Corrosion and Critical Solute Content of Corrosion-Resistant Binary Solid Solution Cu-Al Alloys in Artificial Perspiration Solution: Implications Towards Tunable Cu-Based Alloys for Antimicrobial Surfaces – M. J. Hutchison (University of Virginia), P. Zhou (Insitut de Recherche de ChimieParis), K. Ogle (Chimie-ParisTech, CNRS, Paris Sciences et Lettres), and J. R. Scully (University of Virginia) Preparation and Characterization of Nanoporous Copper Films By (electro) Chemical Dealloying – B. Hecker, C. Dosche, J. Knake, and M. Oezaslan (Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg) Dissolution and the Consequent Surface Morphology of Pt-Cu Binary Alloys Under Potential Cycling – A. Ooi (Tokyo Institute of Techonology), E. Tada, and A. Nishikata (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Regenerative Electroless Etching of Silicon – K. W. Kolasinski, N. J. Gimbar (West Chester University), H. Yu, M. Aindow (University of Connecticut), E. Mäkilä, and J. Salonen (University of Turku)

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(Invited) 3D Dirac Semimetal Cd3As2 Thin Films – S. Stemmer, T. Schumann, M. Goyal, D. Kealhofer, and O. Shoron (University of California, Santa Barbara) (Invited) Characteristics of RuO2/TiO2/ Al2O3/TiO2/RuO2 Capacitors – T. Nabatame (National Institute for Materials Science) Break (Invited) Room Temperature Aging Effect Improvement for Device Stability and Manufacturability of FinFET Technologies – X. He, D. Triyoso, S. Uppal, B. Fu, X. Zhang, S. Yamaguchi, C. Yong, B. Liu, M. Joshi, and S. Samavedam (GLOBALFOUNDRIES) Demonstration of Large Flatband Voltage Shift By Designing Al2O3/SiO2 Laminated Structures with Multiple Interface Dipole Layers – K. Kita and H. Kamata (The University of Tokyo) A Rational Co-Design Approach for Next Generation Dielectric Materials with the Transition Metal Containing Coordination Polymers – S. Nasreen, G. M. Treich, M. L. Baczkowski, A. K. Mannodi-Kanakkithodi, Y. Cao, R. Ramprasad, and G. A. Sotzing (University of Connecticut) Modulation of Minority Carriers in the C-V Characteristics of MIS Tunneling Diode By Surrounding MOS Capacitor – T. H. Lee, C. S. Liao, and J. G. Hwu (National Taiwan University)

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Impact of Alkaline Solutions on Via Resistance Reduction and Critical Dimension (CD) Control for Sub-10 Nm Technology Nodes – K. Ryan (GLOBALFOUNDRIES), B. Peethala (IBM Research), H. You (GLOBALFOUNDRIES), R. Knarr (Lam Research Corporation), F. Mont (GLOBALFOUNDRIES), D. Canaperi (IBM Research), W. Kleemeier, P. Mennell, R. Quon, and S. Siddiqui (GLOBALFOUNDRIES) Comparison of Low k Dielectric Film Properties Under Ultra Violet Curing Technique – V. Seshachalam, A. R. Parker, and S. Yi (GLOBALFOUNDRIES) Kelvin Force Probe Microscopy of Ferroelectric Si:HfO2 – D. Marinskiy (Semilab SDI), P. Polakowski (Fraunhofer IPMS-CNT), J. Lagowski, M. Wilson, P. Edelman (Semilab SDI), and J. Müller (Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems IPMS) Double MgO Based Perpendicular MagneticTunnel-Junction Spin-Valve without Upper Synthetic-Anti-Ferromagnetic Multi-Layers – J. U. Baek, J. Y. Choi, H. S. Jun, and J. G. Park (Hanyang University) Concluding Remarks

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Pulsed Electrodeposition of Refractory Metals in Ionic Liquids – A. Ispas, A. Endrikat, T. Engemann, R. Peipmann, and A. Bund (Technische Universität Ilmenau) (Invited) Aluminum Layer Electrodeposition from Aqueous Solutions – J. D. Watkins (LumiShield Technologies), X. Zhou (LumiShield Technologies, Liquid Ion Solutions), and H. B. Nulwala (LumiShield Technologies, Carnegie Mellon University) High Speed Blind Via Filling By Copper Electrodeposition – C. H. Lo and W. P. Dow (National Chung Hsing University) Electrodeposition of Nickel Selenide Thin Films – D. Kutyla, K. Kolczyk, P. Zabinski, and R. Kowalik (AGH University of Science and Technology) Intermission (Invited) Electrodeposition of Metals and Alloys for Graphene Growth – L. Pedrazzetti, L. Nobili, and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano) Microvia Filling By Using Insoluble Anodes in an Acidic Copper Planting Bath with a Novel Accelerator – C. C. Liu and W. P. Dow (National Chung Hsing University) Co-Ni Anomalous Codeposition Studies: Mechanism and Effects of Glycine – V. P. Graciano (National Institute of Standards and Technology, Instituto de Quimica Universidade de Sao Paulo) and S. I. Cordoba de Torresi (Universidade de Sao Paulo)

Effect of Surface Properties of Titanium Anode on Surface Brightness of Electrodeposited Copper Foil – Y. C. Lin, C. H. Yen, and W. P. Dow (National Chung Hsing University)

Thin Film Mechanics – 14:30 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: Adriana Ispas, Gery R. Stafford and Giovanni Zangari 14:30

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Electrodeposition Chesapeake G, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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Mechanics and Metallurgy of Electrodeposited Thin Films

Thin Film Structure and Morphology Control – 08:25 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Stanko Brankovic, Luca Magagnin and Timothy D Hall

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(Invited) Fundamental Origin for Crack Formation Cr Films Electrodeposited from Cr3+ Solutions – K. Ahmadi, N. Chaudhari (University of Houston), T. D. Hall, E. J. Taylor (Faraday Technology, Inc.), and S. Brankovic (University of Houston) (Invited) In-Situ Stress Measurements during Cobalt Electrodeposition – G. R. Stafford, V. P. Graciano, and U. Bertocci (National Institute of Standards and Technology) Intermission (Invited) Low Wear Index Chromium Coatings Electroplated from a Functional ReachCompliant Trivalent Chromium Chemistry – T. D. Hall, E. J. Taylor, M. Inman, S. Snyder, J. Xu, and R. Radhakrishnan (Faraday Technology, Inc.) Atomistic Approach for Modeling the Wafer Curvature for Pseudo-Morphic and Non-Pseudo-Morphic Epitaxial Multilayer Structures – A. Kadir (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems), S. Somasundaram, K. E. Lee (Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology), S. J. Chua (National University of Singapore), and E. A. Fitzgerald (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems) Effects of Additives on Copper Layer Stress Electroplated on Polyimide – L. J. Lin and W. P. Dow (National Chung Hsing University)

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Diagnostics/Characterization Methods, MEA Design/Model

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 3, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center A-31 Modeling 2 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Adam Z Weber and Sirivatch Shimpalee 08:00

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(Invited) Experimental and Physically Based Modelling Analysis of Electrochemical Impedance in PEMFC to Interpret Performance Degradation Causes – A. Casalegno, A. Baricci, and M. Zago (Politecnico di Milano, Department of Energy) Development of Numerical Models for Simulations of Transient Internal States of PEFC Stack System – T. Takayama, H. Yoshimura, H. Motegi, T. Tsukamoto, R. Takayama, and M. Yoneda (Mizuho Information & Research Institute, Inc.)

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Using Multi-Scale Modeling to Understand Transports inside PEMFC Under Different Configurations – S. Shimpalee (University of South Carolina), P. Satjaritanun (Chemical Engineering Dept., University of South Carolina), J. W. Weidner (University of South Carolina), S. Hirano, Z. Lu (Ford Motor Company), A. Shum, I. V. Zenyuk (Tufts University), S. Ogawa, and S. Litster (Carnegie Mellon University) 09:20 1419 Investigation of PEMFC Performance and Property of the Gas Diffusion Layers Utilizing the Numerical Model – S. Hirano (Ford Motor Company), S. Shimpalee (University of South Carolina), Z. Lu (Ford Motor Company), P. Satjaritanun (Chemical Engineering Dept., University of South Carolina), and J. W. Weidner (University of South Carolina) 09:40 Intermission 10:00 PEFC17 Poster Award (Section D room) 10:20 1420 Understanding the Effect of Humidity on Cell Performance Using a 2+1D Modeling Approach – L. M. Pant (Lawrence Berkeley National laboratory), H. S. Shiau (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and A. Z. Weber (Energy Conversion Group, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab) 10:40 1421 Characterization of Water Transport in PEMFC Electrode Using the Washburn Method – S. Abbou, K. Tajiri, E. Medici, and J. S. Allen (Michigan Technological University) 11:00 1422 A 1D + 1D Model of Direct Ethanol Fuel Cells Based on an Optimized Kinetic Mechanism for Ethanol Electro-Oxidation Involving Free and Adsorbed Intermediate Species – J. Sanchez-Monreal, P. A. García-Salaberri, and M. Vera (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid) 11:20 1423 A 2D through-the-Membrane Transient Model for Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells – A. Goshtasbi (University of Michigan), B. Pence (Ford Motor Company), and T. Ersal (University of Michigan) 11:40 1424 Measurement of Through-Plane Humidity Distribution inside an MEA by Thin Film Sensors – R. Minami, N. Hasegawa (Yokohama National University), and T. Araki (PRESTO, JST)

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Catalyst Activity/Durability for Hydrogen (-Reformate) Acidic Fuel Cells

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 2, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center D-31 Carbon-based Supports – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Akari Hayashi and Vito Di Noto 08:00

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Development of Electrocatalysts for PEFC By Encapsulating Pt Particles into Carbon Mesopores – A. Hayashi, B. Fu, T. W. Huang, Z. Noda, and K. Sasaki (Kyushu University)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

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Engineered Carbons Supports (ECSs) for Cathode Oxygen Reduction Reaction Electrocatalysts – A. Serov, A. Lubers, G. McCool (Pajarito Powder, LLC), S. McKinney (Pajarito Powdeer, LLC), H. Romero (Pajarito Powder, LLC), and B. Zulevi (Pajarito Powder LLC) 08:40 1572 The Influence of Carbon Support and Catalyst Morphology on PEMFC Performance – G. S. Harzer, A. Orfanidi, H. A. El-Sayed, P. Madkikar, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technische Universität München) 09:00 1573 Cathode Carbon Corrosion and Electrode Layer Compaction in PEM Fuel Cells – R. L. Borup, R. Mukundan, S. Stariha, D. A. Langlois (Los Alamos National Laboratory), R. Ahluwalia, D. D. Papadias (Argonne National Laboratory), B. Sneed, K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and S. S. Kocha (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) 09:20 1574 Surface-Limited Platinum Electrodeposition on Highly Ordered Pyrolytic Graphite – F. Farina, G. Ercolano (CNRS - ICGM - AIME - University of Montpellier), M. A. AlpucheAviles (Department of Chemistry, University of Nevada, Reno), S. Cavaliere, D. J. Jones, and J. Rozière (CNRS - ICGM - AIME University of Montpellier) 09:40 Intermission 10:00 PEFC17 Poster Award 10:20 1575 Carbon Nanotube- and Nanoporous CarbonBased Pt and Non-Pt Fuel Cell Catalysts with High Performance and Durability – J. Yang, J. Tao (WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University), T. Fujigaya (PRESTO-JST, Dept Applied Chem. & WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University), and N. Nakashima (WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University, CREST-JST) 10:40 1576 ORR Electrocatalysts with a Low Pt Loading Comprising Hierarchical Graphene-Based Supports – E. Negro (Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Padova, Centro Studi “Giorgio Levi Cases”), A. Nale, Y. Bang (Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Padova), K. Vezzù (INSTM, Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Padova), F. Bertasi, G. Nawn, G. Pagot (Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Padova), G. Pace (CNR-ICMATE), S. Polizzi (Department of Molecular Sciences University of Venice), M. Prato (IIT, Materials Characterization Facility), and V. Di Noto (Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Padova, INSTM) 11:00 1577 Reduced-Graphene-Oxide with Traces of Iridium or Gold As Active Support for Pt Catalyst at Low Loading during Oxygen Electroreduction – P. J. Kulesza (University of Warsaw), B. Dembinska (Department of Chemistry, University of Warsaw), S. Zoladek, I. A. Rutkowska, K. Miecznikowski (University of Warsaw), E. Negro (Department of Industrial Engineering University of Padua), and V. Di Noto (Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Padova)

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Pt Nanoparticles Supported on Reduced Graphene Oxide-Carbon Black Hybrids As Robust Electrocatalysts in Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells – B. Yarar Kaplan, N. Haghmoradi, E. Biçer (Sabancı University), and S. Alkan Gursel (Sabanci University) 1579 Investigation of Reduced Graphene Oxide with F-Doped SnO2 as Catalyst Support in Fuel Cells – D. Schonvogel, J. Hülstede, P. Wagner, A. Dyck, C. Agert (DLR Institute of Networked Energy Systems), and M. Wark (Institute of Chemistry, Carl von Ossietzky University) 1580 SnO2-Supported Electrocatalysts on Various Conductive Fillers for PEFCs – Y. Nakazato, D. Kawachino (Kyushu University), Z. Noda (International Research Center for Hydrogen Energy, Kyushu University), J. Matsuda (WPII2CNER, Kyushu University), A. Hayashi (Kyushu University), and K. Sasaki (Kyushu University, International Research Center for Hydrogen Energy)

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) - CationExchange Membrane Performance and Durability

Thursday, October 5

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(Invited) Quantifying Water Distribution and Connectivity in Ionomers: Comparison of Hydrated Nafion and Nafion/ Polybenzimidazole Systems – H. Liu (University of Tennessee, Knoxville), S. Cavaliere, D. J. Jones, J. Rozière (CNRS ICGM - AIME - University of Montpellier), and S. J. Paddison (University of Tennessee, Knoxville) 08:40 1477 Ionomer Dispersions in Water/Alcohol Solutions by Coarse-Grained Molecular Dynamics – T. Mabuchi and T. Tokumasu (Tohoku University) 09:00 1478 A Thermo-Poro-Viscoelastic Model for the Behavior of Polymeric Porous Separators – R. Behrou (Johns Hopkins University) 09:20 1479 Exploring the Dichotomy of Ionomer and Membrane Properties – A. Kusoglu, P. Dudenas, M. Tesfaye, and A. Z. Weber (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) 09:40 1480 What Nano-Confined Ionomers Can Tell Us about Fuel Cell Performance – M. Tesfaye, A. Kusoglu, B. D. McCloskey, and A. Z. Weber (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) 10:00 Break 10:20 PEFC17 Poster Award (Section D room) 10:40 1481 Nano- and Mesoscale Ion and Water Transport in Perfluorosulfonic-Acid Membranes – A. R. Crothers (University of California, Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), C. J. Radke (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley), and A. Z. Weber (Energy Conversion Group, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab) 202

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Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 14, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

C-31 Membrane Modeling and Properties – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Adam Z Weber and Stephen Paddison 08:00

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States of Water in Thermally Annealed Recast Nafion® Films and Impact on Fuel Cell Performance – X. Ren (U. S. Army Research Laboratory), E. A. Gobrogge (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), and F. Beyer (Army Research Laboratory) Voltammetric and Spectroscopic Analyses of the Effect of Ionomer on Oxygen Reduction Reaction on Pt Surface and Strategy for Developing Desirable Ionomers – K. Kodama (Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.), K. Motobayashi, M. Osawa (Institute for Catalysis, Hokkaido University), R. Jinnouchi, A. Shinohara, T. Takeshita, and Y. Morimoto (Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.) The Effect of Membrane Casting Irregularities on Initial Fuel Cell Performance – A. Phillips, J. Mackay (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), N. Shrivastava (Georgia Institute of Technology), J. M. Porter (Colorado School of Mines), T. Harris (Georgia Institute of Technology), M. Ulsh, and G. Bender (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) Finite Thickness Effects on Nafion Water Uptake and Ionic Conductivity at Hydrophilic Substrate Interfaces, and Implications for PEMFC Performance – S. C. DeCaluwe (Dept of Mechanical Engineering, Colorado School of Mines) and J. A. Dura (Center for Neutron Research, NIST)

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Polymer-Electrolyte Electrolysis

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 15, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

F-31 Alkaline/non-precious Electrolysis – 08:10 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Katherine E Ayers and Hui Xu 08:10

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Highly Stable Mn-Based Nanocarbon Bifunctional Electrocatalyst for Oxygen Reduction and Evolution Reactions in Reversible Fuel Cells – G. Wu (University at Buffalo, the State University of New York) Membrane Electrode Assembly Design with Various Bifunctional Catalysts in Reversible Anion Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – S. Zhao (Giner.Inc.), S. Gupta (University at Buffalo), G. Wu (University at Buffalo, the State University of New York), and H. Xu (Giner, Inc.) Organic Molecular Catalyst for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction – X. Yin (Los Alamos National Laboratory), L. Lin (Los Alamos National Laboratory, University of Science and Technology of China), H. T. Chung, U. Martinez, A. M. Baker, S. Maurya, and P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

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Highly-Efficient and Durable Carbon Nanotube-Based Anode Electrocatalyst for Water Electrolyzer – T. Fujigaya (PRESTOJST), Y. Shi (Kyushu University), J. Yang (WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University), H. Li (Dept. of Hydrogen Energy Systems, Kyushu University), A. Inada (Kyushu University), N. Nakashima (WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University), and K. Ito (Kyushu University, WPI-I2CNER) 09:40 Break 10:00 PEFC17 Poster Award (Section D room) 10:20 1661 Electrode Configuration of Anion Exchange Membrane Electrolyzer – H. Ito (Ntl Inst of Adv Indus Sci & Tech (AIST)), N. Miyazaki, M. Ishida (University of Tsukuba), N. Kawaguchi, S. Someya, T. Munakata, and A. Nakano (Ntl. Inst. of Adv. Indus. Sci. & Tech. (AIST)) 10:40 1662 Performance and Durability Baselines in Alkaline Hydrogen and Oxygen Evolution Reactions – S. M. Alia and B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) 11:00 1663 AEM Electrolysis Progress and Impact on the Cost of Hydrogen – K. E. Ayers, C. B. Capuano, and L. Wiles (Proton OnSite) 11:20 1664 Direct Electrochemical Compression of Hydrogen and Oxygen Via PEM Water Electrolysis  – K. E. Ayers, L. Dalton, and M. Parker (Proton OnSite)

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Diagnostics/Characterization Methods, MEA Design/ Model Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 3, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

A-32 Imaging – 14:00 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Daniel S Hussey and Aimy Bazylak 14:00

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Membrane/Electrode Assembly Water Content Measured with 2 µm Spatial Resolution Neutron Imaging – D. S. Hussey, J. M. LaManna, E. Baltic, D. L. Jacobson (NIST), S. Stariha, D. Spernjak, R. Mukundan, and R. L. Borup (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Visualization of Water in Fuel Cell Gas Diffusion Layers By Neutron Dark Field Imaging – M. Siegwart (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute, LNS Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute), V. ManziOrezzoli (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute), R. Harti, J. Valsecchi, C. Gruenzweig (LNS Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute), T. J. Schmidt (Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, ETH Zürich, Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute), and P. Boillat (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute, LNS Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute)

Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

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Three-Dimensional Water Distribution and Interfacial Effects through Simultaneous Neutron and X-Ray Tomography – J. M. LaManna (NIST), Y. Yue, T. A. Trabold (Rochester Institute of Technology), J. D. Fairweather (General Motors Fuel Cell Activities), D. S. Hussey, E. Baltic, and D. L. Jacobson (NIST) 15:00 1429 Fighting the Noise: Towards the Limits of Subsecond X-Ray Tomographic Microscopy of PEFC – H. Xu, M. Bührer, F. Marone (Paul Scherrer Institut), T. J. Schmidt (Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, ETH Zürich, Paul Scherrer Institut), F. N. Büchi, and J. Eller (Paul Scherrer Institut) 15:20 1430 Periodic Tracking of Operando Liquid Water Distributions in PEFCs Subjected to Voltage Cycling Using Micro X-Ray Computed Tomography – S. H. Eberhardt, R. T. White, M. Najm, F. P. Orfino (Simon Fraser University), M. Dutta (Ballard Power Systems), and E. Kjeang (Simon Fraser University) 15:40 1431 Time Lapse Visualization of Catalyst Ink Degradation By X-Ray CT – S. Uemura, Y. Kameya, N. Iriguchi, T. Yoshida, and S. Hirai (Tokyo Institute of Technology) 16:00 Intermission 16:20 1432 Phosphoric Acid Distribution Patterns in High Temperature PEM Fuel Cells – N. Bevilacqua (KIT, Helmholtz Institute Ulm), M. G. George (University of Toronto), S. Galbiati (KIT, Helmholtz Institute Ulm), A. Bazylak (University of Toronto), and R. Zeis (Institute of Physical Chemistry, KIT, Helmholtz Institute Ulm) 16:40 1433 In Situ TEM Study of the Coarsening of Carbon Black Supported Pt Nanoparticles in Hydrogen – S. B. Simonsen (Technical University of Denmark), Y. Wang (Huaihai Institution of Technology), J. O. Jensen, and W. Zhang (Technical University of Denmark) 17:00 1434 Analysis of Ionomer Distribution in Catalyst Layers by Two-Stage Ion-Beam Processing – T. Suzuki, T. Koyama, and S. Tsushima (Osaka University) 17:20 1435 Visualization of Liquid Water Distribution at Interfaces of PEFC By Using Parallel-Beam Soft X-Ray Radiography – H. Naito (Tokyo institute of technology), T. C. Jao, T. Yoshida, T. Sasabe, K. Kawamura, and S. Hirai (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Catalyst Activity/Durability for Hydrogen (-Reformate) Acidic Fuel Cells

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 2, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) - CationExchange Membrane Performance and Durability

D-32 Oxide Supports & Anode Catalysts – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Bing Joe Hwang and Hiroshi Yano 14:00

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Development of PEFC Alloy Electrocatalysts Supported on SnO2 – S. Matsumoto, M. Nagamine, Z. Noda, J. Matsuda, A. Hayashi, and K. Sasaki (Kyushu University) Stable Electrocatalysts Based on PotentialDependent Switching of Metal Oxide Support Conductivity – T. Binninger (Paul Scherrer Institut), R. Mohamed (University of Cape Town), A. Patru, E. Fabbri (Paul Scherrer Institut), A. Hoell (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin fuer Materialien und Energie), and T. J. Schmidt (Paul Scherrer Institut, ETH Zürich) Titanium Oxide-Supported Electrocatalysts for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – T. Ioroi (AIST) Catalytic Activity and Durability of Platinum Supported on Titanium Oxide Nanoparticles for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – G. Mirshekari and P. Shirvanian (Tennessee Tech University) Functionalized TiO2 Supported Pt Nanocatalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in PEMFCs – B. J. Hwang (National Taiwan University of Science and Technogy), W. N. Su (Graduate Institute of Applied Science and Technology), B. J. Shieh, and M. C. Tsai (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology) Pt-Ni/WC Alloy Nanorod Arrays As ORR Electrocatalyst for Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells – M. Begum, M. Yurukcu, F. Yurtsever (University of Arkansas - Little Rock), B. Ergul (University of Arkansas at Little Rock), N. Kariuki, D. J. Myers (Argonne National Laboratory), and T. Karabacak (University of Arkansas - Little Rock) Intermission (Invited) Analyses of CO Tolerance at Stabilized Pt-Skin/Ptfe and PtCo Hydrogen Anode Catalysts with High Activity and Robustness for Residential PEFCs – H. Yano (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi), G. Shi, Y. Ogihara (University of Yamanashi), D. A. Tryk, A. Iiyama (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi), and H. Uchida (Clean Energy Research Center, University of Yamanashi) Anode Aging Through Voltage Cycling Induced by H2‑Air Fronts During System Start‑Up and Shut‑Down – J. N. Schwämmlein, P. J. Rheinländer (Technical University of Munich), Y. Chen (Singapore Institute of Technology), K. T. Freyer, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich)

X-Ray Absorption Study of Sputtered Pt-CeO2 Catalyst Used in PEM-FC – R. Fiala (Central European Research Infrastructure Consortium, Charles University, MFF), J. Drnec (European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF)), M. Vaclavu, and V. Matolin (Charles University) Palladium Alloy Based Nanocomposite as an Efficient Anode and Cathode Electrocatalyst for Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell – P. C and R. S (Indian Institute of Technology Madras)

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 14, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

C-32 Membrane Degradation and Durability – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Ahmet Kusoglu and Peter N. Pintauro 14:00

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(Invited) 3D Visualization of Membrane Failure – E. Kjeang, Y. Singh, D. Ramani, R. T. White, S. H. Eberhardt, F. P. Orfino (Simon Fraser University), and M. Dutta (Ballard Power Systems) Tracking the Evolution of Mechanical Degradation in Fuel Cell Membranes Using 4D in Situ Visualization – Y. Singh, R. T. White, V. Pan, M. Najm, A. Boswell, F. P. Orfino (Simon Fraser University), M. Dutta (Ballard Power Systems), and E. Kjeang (Simon Fraser University) Investigation of Membrane Degradation in Fuel Cells through Nanoscale Electron Tomography – S. V. Venkatesan, M. El Hannach, S. Holdcroft, and E. Kjeang (Simon Fraser University) Performance Improvements in HighTemperature PEM Fuel Cells – T. Steenberg, H. A. Hjuler (Danish Power Systems), J. O. Jensen, Q. Li, and L. N. Cleemann (Technical University of Denmark) Break PEFC17 Poster Award (Section D room) Full Factorial Experiment to Determine and Predict Impact of Cerium Amount on Fuel Cell Performance – E. L. Redmond, S. Wriston (Electrochemical Products, W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc.), and J. L. Szarka III (Statistics, W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc.) Stabilization of PFSA Membranes Using Ce3+ and Mn2+ Redox Scavengers: Mechanisms and Applications – F. D. Coms (General Motors Company) and C. S. Gittleman (General Motors) The Effects of Cerium Migration on PEM Fuel Cell Performance – A. M. Baker (University of Delaware, Los Alamos National Laboratory), J. H. Dumont, R. Mukundan (Los Alamos National Laboratory), S. G. Advani, A. K. Prasad (University of Delaware), D. Spernjak, and R. L. Borup (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

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Temperature and Relative Humidity Effect of Start-up / Shut-Down Damage in PEMFCs – T. Mittermeier, A. Weiß, F. Hasché, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich) Performance Degradation of PEMFC By Sea Salt Aerosol Contamination – S. Uemura, M. Yamazki, T. Yoshida, T. C. Jao, and S. Hirai (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells 17 (PEFC 17) Polymer-Electrolyte Electrolysis

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry National Harbor 15, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

F-32 Novel Electrolysis Cells/Reactions – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Aimy Bazylak and Marc Secanell 14:00

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Analysis of Inkjet Printed Polymer Electrolyte Electrolyzer Electrodes – M. Mandal, A. Valls, N. Gangnus, and M. Secanell (University of Alberta) 14:20 1666 Correlations between the Porous Transport Layer Properties and the Hydrogen Crossover in Polymer Electrolyte Water Electrolyzers – U. Babic, T. Schuler (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute), T. J. Schmidt (Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, ETH Zürich, Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute), and L. Gubler (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute) 14:40 1667 Stochastic Generation of Sintered Titanium Powder-Based Porous Transport Layers in Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Electrolyzers and Investigation of Structural Properties – J. K. Lee and A. Bazylak (University of Toronto) 15:00 1668 On the Effect of the Flow Field Plate’s Geometry on the Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Water Electrolysis Cell’s Performance – S. Al Shakhshir and S. K. Kær (Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University) 15:20 1669 Analysing Gas-Liquid Flow in PEM Electrolyser Micro-Channels with a MicroPorous Ceramic as Gas Permeable wall – S. Sadeghi Lafmejani, A. C. Olesen (Aalborg University), S. Al Shakhshir, and S. K. Kær (Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University) 15:40 1670 Challenging of Reducing Electrolysis Voltage By Superimposing Boiling on Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Water Electrolysis – K. Ito (Dept. of Hydrogen Energy Systems, Kyushu University), K. Terabaru (Dept. of Hydrogen Energy Systems, Kyushu University,), H. Li (Dept. of Hydrogen Energy Systems, Kyushu University), A. Inada (Kyushu University), and H. Nakajima (Dept. of Hydrogen Energy Systems, Kyushu University) 16:00 Break 16:20 1671 Generation of Pure Hydrogen by the Electrocatalytic Oxidation of MethaneDerived Liquid Fuels in a PEM Electrolysis Cell – C. Lamy (IEM, CNRS-University Montpellier), B. Guenot, and M. Cretin (IEM/ CNRS) Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

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Electrochemical Synthesis of Ammonia Using Proton and Hydroxide Exchange Membrane Cells – J. Nash, J. Wang, J. Anibal, Y. Yan, and B. Xu (University of Delaware) Membrane Electrolysis for Organic Chemical Hydride Synthesis with Water Oxidation – S. Mitsushima (Institute of AdvancYokohama Nat. Univ., Green Hydrogen Research Center, Yokohama Nat. Univ.), K. Nagasawa (Green Hydrogen Research Center, Yokohama Nat. Univ.), A. Kato, and Y. Nishiki (De Nora Permelec Ltd.) Electrochemical De-Hydrogenation of Liquid MCH at Room Temperature – S. Badar, M. Kanou, Y. Nakata, H. Nam, and Y. Zenitani (Advanced Research Division, Panasonic Corporation) Low-Voltage Gaseous HCl Electrolysis with Iron Redox-Mediated Cathode for Chlorine Regeneration – Y. Zhao (University of Delaware), S. Gu (Wichita State University), J. Wang, and Y. Yan (University of Delaware)

Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics 11 (IMCC 11) High Temperature Materials National Harbor 7, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

SOFC Materials – 08:00 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Mohammed Hussain Abdul Jabbar, Yi-Lin Huang and Sunghwan Lee 08:00

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Development of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Using Metal-Free Anode with Direct Synthesis of Carbon Nanotubes – M. Hosoda, Y. Iida, R. Shimamura, K. Hasegawa, and M. Ihara (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Simultaneous Function of Gd2O3 As Solid Dopant and Sintering Aid for Anode Support Type Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – C. Kim, I. Jang (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University), S. Kim (Departmant of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University), H. Yoon (Hanyang University), and U. Paik (WCU Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University) Mechanical Characterization of SOFC Anode Support Materials at Operating Conditions – P. Stanley, T. H. Hays, and E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland) Microstructural Characterization of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Anodes Operating on Hydrocarbon Fuels – I. Robinson (University of Maryland Energy Research Center), M. H. Abdul Jabbar (University of Maryland), Y. L. Huang, and E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland Energy Research Center) Optimizing the Thickness of Esb-GDC Bilayer Electrolytes for Efficient Low Temperature Operating SOFCs – Y. Ren, M. H. Abdul Jabbar, Y. L. Huang, I. Robinson, P. Stanley, A. Pesaran, and E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland) Break Development of Stabilized Bismuth Oxide Based Composite Cathodes for Low Temperature SOFCs – A. Pesaran, A. Jaiswal, and E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland)

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Chemical and Electrochemical Properties of La0.58Sr0.4Fe0.8Co0.2O3-δ (LSCF) Thin Films upon Oxygen Reduction and Evolution Reactions – S. Pitscheider (DTU Energy - Technical University of Denmark), M. Machala (Materials Science and Engineering - Stanford University), Z. Guan (Stanford University), D. Chen (Materials Science and Engineering - Stanford University), J. Hjelm (DTU Energy, Technical University of Denmark), T. Jacobsen (DTU Chemistry, Technical University of Denmark), W. C. Chueh (Stanford University), M. B. Mogensen (Technical University of Denmark), and C. Chatzichristodoulou (DTU Energy, Technical University of Denmark) Nanostructured Electrodes for LowTemperature Operating SOFCs – M. H. Abdul Jabbar (University of Maryland), Y. L. Huang (University of Maryland Energy Research Center), C. Pellegrinelli, I. Robinson, K. J. Pan, and E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland) Correlation of Structure and Surface Exchange Kinetics on Bismuth-Based Oxides – Y. L. Huang (University of Maryland Energy Research Center), C. Pellegrinelli, M. H. Abdul Jabbar, I. Robinson, and E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland) A Novel Pr2NiO4/Pr6O11 Based Composite As the Cathode for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – Y. Wang, E. Dogdibegovic, and X. D. Zhou (University of South Carolina)

Proton Conductors – 13:40 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Sunghwan Lee and Wei Wu 1746

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Development of High Performance Intermediate Temperature Proton-Conducting Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cells – W. Wu, D. Ding, and T. He (Idaho National Lab) Solid Acid Proton Conductors: Insights into Proton Conduction Mechanisms and Advances in Electrode Architectures – R. A. Elgammal (University of Tennessee, Knoxville) and T. A. Zawodzinski Jr. (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN) Accelerated Computational Design of Mixed Protonic and Electronic Conductors for H2 Separation through Tailoring Polaron – Q. Bai, Y. Zhu, X. He (University of Maryland, College Park), and Y. Mo (University of Maryland Energy Research Center, University of Maryland, College Park) Intermediate Temperature Synthesis and SOFC Anode Application of Cerium Silicate-Based Oxy-Apatites – S. Lee (Baylor University) and S. Ramanathan (Purdue) Hydrogen and Ethylene Production through Water-Splitting and Ethane Dehydrogenation Using BaFe0.9Zr0.1O3-δ Mixed-Conductors – G. Dimitrakopoulos (MechE, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), R. C. Schucker, K. Derrickson, J. R. Johnson, K. K. Kopec, L. Shao, F. Alahmadi (SABIC), and A. F. Ghoniem (MechE, Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

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High-Temperature Neutron Diffraction Study on PbWO4 and CaWO4-Based Oxide Ion Conductors with Different Defect Structure – S. Takai (Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University), S. Kaji (Kyoto University), T. Yabutsuka (Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University), and T. Yao (National Institute of Technology, Kagawa College) Fabrication and Testing of Anode Supported Protonic Ceramic Fuel Cells in Biogas – N. Nasani, D. Pukazh Selvan, and D. P. Fagg (University of Aveiro) Features of Molten Oxide Fuel Cells and Molten Oxide Membranes for Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Oxygen Separation – V. Belousov (IMET RAS)

Photocatalysts, Photoelectrochemical Cells and Solar Fuels 8 Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Sensor National Harbor 6, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Solar Water Splitting – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Renata Solarska and Scott Kevin Cushing 08:00

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Evolution of Electrolytic Hydrogen Bubbles on Microstructured Electrodes – P. van der Linde, Á. Moreno Soto (University of Twente), P. Peñas-López, J. Rodríguez-Rodríguez (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), D. van der Meer, D. Lohse, J. Huskens, H. Gardeniers, and D. Fernández Rivas (University of Twente) 08:20 1909 Combustion Synthesis and Photoelectrochemical Characterization of Metal Oxynitrides Using GaxZn1-XOyN1-Y as a Model Candidate – B. H. Meekins (University of South Carolina) 08:40 1910 Heterojunction Composites WO3/MoS2-Rgo with Enhanced Photocatalytic Degradation Efficiency Under Visible Light Irradiation – G. Li, J. Hou, Q. Zhao, J. Hu (MNSRC, Taiyuan University of Technology), Y. Wang, X. Chen (IMS, University College of Southeast Norway), and K. Wang (IMS, University College of Southeast Norway, MNSRC, Taiyuan University of Technology) 09:00 1911 (Keynote) Artificial Photosynthesis from First Principles – E. A. Carter (Princeton University) 09:40 Break 10:00 1912 Ammonium Ions Intercalated 1T-MoS2 for Enhanced Electrochemical Hydrogen Production – E. Balamoorthy (Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham), T. Srinivas (Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham University), K. Jayasayee (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), P. Notten (Eindhoven University of Technology), and T. Manivasagam (Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham) 10:20 1913 3D/2D Nanocomposite Phtotocatalyst Martials for Phenolic Compounds Degradations – H. A. Al-Kandari (College of Health Sciences, PAAET, Kuwait), A. M. Abdullah (Center for Advanced Materials, Qatar University, Qatar), A. M. Mohamed, and S. A. AlKandari (Chemistry department, Kuwait University,Kuwait) Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD


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Self-Formed Catalysts Using Electrochemical (de)Lithiation for Oxygen Evolution Reaction – V. P. Sumaria, D. Krishnamurthy, and V. Viswanathan (Carnegie Mellon University) Unbiased Photoelectrochemical Solar Hydrogen Generation on Highly Stable, Ultrathin Organic Linker/Metal Ions-Treated InGaN Nanorods on Metal – M. Ebaid, D. Priante, G. Liu (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology), C. Zhao (King Abdullah University of Science & Technology), M. S. Alias, U. Buttner, T. K. Ng (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology), T. T. Isimjan (Saudi Arabia Basic Industries Corporation), H. Idriss (UCL (UK)), and B. S. Ooi (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology) High Performance p-Si/Ni3S2 Photocathode for Photoelectrochemical Hydrogen Evolution in Neutral Solution – Q. Jia, C. Yu, and X. Zhang (Zhejiang University) Cuprous Oxide Photocathode with CarbonBased Protective and Electrocatalytic Layers for Efficient Water Splitting – C. Yu, Q. Jia, and X. Zhang (Zhejiang University)

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Advanced Techniques for In Situ Electrochemical Systems

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Sensor Chesapeake I, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Advanced Techniques for In Situ Electrochemical Systems III – 08:20 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Sanjeev Mukerjee and Kateryna Artyushkova 2055

(Invited) Ambient Pressure XPS: Revealing Elemental, Chemical, and Potential Information across a Wide Range of Electrochemical Systems – E. J. Crumlin (Advanced Light Source, LBNL, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, LBNL) 09:00 2056 Investigation of Model N-C and Fe-N-C Oxygen Reduction Catalysts Under in Situ Conditions – M. Dzara (Colorado School of Mines), K. Artyushkova (Center for MicroEngineered Materials), C. Ngo, M. B. Strand, J. Hagen, and S. Pylypenko (Colorado School of Mines) 09:20 2057 Observation of Oxygen Binding on PGM-Free Electrocatalysts By Ambient Pressure XPS and XAS – K. Artyushkova (Center for MicroEngineered Materials), E. Weiler (Chem & Bio Engineering, University of New Mexico), M. J. Dzara, S. Pylypenko (Colorado School of Mines), B. Zulevi (Pajarito Powder LLC), F. Jaouen (CNRS - Université De Montpellier), and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico) 09:40 Break 10:00 2058 (Invited) Understanding Electrocatalytic Pathways in Complex Organic and Inorganic Composites in Aqueous and Non-Aqueous Environments – S. Mukerjee (Northeastern University) 08:20

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In Situ X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy Investigation of Silver-Copper Nanoparticles for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction – B. M. Gibbons (Stanford University), D. C. Higgins (Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering), M. Wette (Stanford University), A. Mehta, R. C. Davis (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory), B. M. Clemens (Stanford University), and T. F. Jaramillo (Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering) Operando Grazing Incidence X-Ray Diffraction and X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy for Electrochemical CO2 Reduction on Aupd, Pd and Au Electrodes – A. T. Landers (Stanford University Department of Chemistry), J. T. Feaster (Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering), M. Farmand (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), J. Lin (Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering), S. Fackler (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), D. C. Higgins, Y. Nishimura (Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering), R. C. Davis, A. Mehta (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory), C. Hahn (Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering), J. Yano (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), T. F. Jaramillo (Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering), and W. Drisdell (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Elucidating the Pre-Oxygen Evolution Surface Chemistry on Ruthenium Dioxide Surfaces – R. R. Rao, M. J. Kolb (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), N. Halck, A. F. Pedersen (Technical University of Denmark), A. Mehta (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory), H. You (Argonne National Laboratory), K. A. Stoerzinger (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), H. A. Hansen (Technical University of Denmark), Z. Feng (Oregon State University), H. Zhou (Argonne National Laboratory), J. Rossmeisl (University of Copenhagen), T. Vegge, I. Chorkendorff, I. E. L. Stephens (Technical University of Denmark), and Y. Shao-Horn (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) In-Situ Gracing Incidence X-Ray Diffraction Cell for Electrochemically Formed Thin Films – S. Reither (KAI GmbH), W. Artner, A. Eder (TU Wien), S. Larisegger, M. Nelhiebel (KAI GmbH), C. Eisenmenger-Sittner, and G. Fafilek (TU Wien)

The Brain and Electrochemistry

All Divisions / Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee National Harbor 11, Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Honoring Christian Amatore: Neurons and Electrochemistry I – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Mekki Bayachou, Janine Mauzeroll and James D. Burgess 08:00 08:10 2321

Intoductory Remarks (Invited) History of a Passion and of a Long Courtship: From the Brain to the “Artificial Synapse” – C. A. Amatore (Ecole Normale Superieure & CNRS) 207

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(Invited) Effect of Surface Area to Perimeter Ratio on Charge Storage Capacity of Microelectrodes for Neurostimulation – H. Park (Purdue University), P. A. Takmakov (US FDA), and H. Lee (Purdue University) (Invited) Long-Term Stimulation Stability of IrOx Tip Metallization for the Utah Electrode Array – B. Baker, R. Caldwell, R. Sharma, D. Crosland (University of Utah), and L. Rieth (University of Utah, Blackrock Microsystems) (Invited) Scaling Effects on the Electrophysiological Stimulation Capabilities of PEDOT:PSS, Pt, and Au – M. Ganji and S. Dayeh (UC San Diego) (Invited) Long-Term Viability of Optogenetically Transfected Neurons and Implantable Electrodes in the Motor Cortex of Mice – C. Gorini (Food and Drug Adminstration), B. Koo (Food and Drug Administration), C. Altimus (Food and Drug Adminstration), and E. Civillico (National Institutes of Health) Break (Invited) In Vivo Electrochemical Monitoring of Free Endogenous Hydrogen Sulfide – M. Zhang (Department of Chemistry, Renmin University of China) (Invited) Polyelectrolyte-Modified Micropipette As a New Platform for In Vivo Analysis – P. Yu (Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences) (Invited) Cultivation of Rat Nerve Cells on Biodegradable Sheet Made of Poly (lactic-coglycolic acid) Thin Film with Micropatterns of Polylysine Containing Laminin Layer – Y. Nakamura, S. Horiuchi, E. Koshinuma, S. Imai, and Y. Nishioka (College of Science and Technology, Nihon University) (Invited) Plasma Membrane Cholesterol as a Diagnostic – L. Li, B. Lu (Case Western Reserve University), M. Shin (Georgia Southern University), T. Kelley (Case Western Reserve University), and J. D. Burgess (Augusta University)

Thursday, October 5

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(Invited) Enabling Bioelectrochemistry for In Vivo Analysis – L. Mao (Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)) (Invited) Stretchable Electrochemical Sensor for Inducing and Monitoring Cell Mechanotransduction in Real-Time – W. H. Huang (Wuhan University) Break (Invited) Amperometry Detection of Full Fusion Mode of Catecholamine Exocytosis from Single PC12 Cell Elicited By Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate – R. Hu (Xiamen University), A. Oleinick, I. Svir (Ecole Normale Superieure & CNRS), B. Ren, C. J. Lin, D. P. Zhan (Xiamen University), C. A. Amatore (Ecole Normale Superieure & CNRS), and Z. Q. Tian (Xiamen University) (Invited) Detection of D-Serine Using an Enzymatic Amperometric Biosensor and Its Localized Detection Using Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy – D. Polcari, S. C. Perry (McGill University), L. Pollegioni (Università degli Studi dell’Insubria), M. Geissler (Conseil national de recherches Canada), and J. Mauzeroll (McGill University) (Invited) Vesicular Exocytosis in Neuronal and Neuroendocrine Cells: Quantifying Fusion Pore Size from Amperometric Data – A. Oleinick, I. Svir, and C. A. Amatore (Ecole Normale Superieure & CNRS) Break (Invited) Modulating and Recording from Peripheral Nerves and End-Organs Using Electricity and Ultrasound – H. Lim (University of Minnesota) (Invited) Light up the Brain with Genetically Encoded Indicators of Neural Activity – L. Tian (Univeristy of California, Davis) (Invited) Conjoint Measurement of Brain Electrophysiology and Neurochemistry – H. P. Zaveri, N. Ganesh, I. I. Goncharova, E. Damisah, C. Ong, E. Perez, L. Staib, L. Hirsch, O. Petroff, D. Spencer, and T. Eid (Yale University) (Invited) Novel Carbon-Based Sensors for the Next Generation of Neurochemical Measurements – L. A. Sombers, G. S. McCarty, J. G. Roberts, L. E. Dunaway, S. E. Calhoun, C. J. Meunier, and E. C. Mitchell (North Carolina State University)

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Author Index Author................................................................Abs No.

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Ahn, Chi-Yeong.............................. 1452 (I01B, Tue) Ahn, Dae-Hwan.............................. 1142 (G03, Wed) Ahn, Docheon.................................... 96 (A01, Wed), ................................382 (A04, Wed), 431 (A05, Tue) Ahn, Sang Hyun..............................1640 (I01F, Tue), ........................... 1641 (I01F, Tue), 1642 (I01F, Tue), ............................ 1643 (I01F, Tue), 1644 (I01F, Tue) Ahn, Sang Hyun..................................960 (E03, Tue) Ahn, Shihyun.......1088 (G02, Mon), 1230 (H01, Mon) Aiba, Akihiro.......................................673 (C01, Tue) Aibara, Meitoku..............................1059 (G01, Mon) Aindow, Mark.................................... 706 (C01, Thu) Aixart, Jordi.....................................1318 (H03, Mon) Ajayan, Pulickel...............................2009 (L06, Wed) Akaishi, Akira.................................1496 (I01D, Sun) Akamatsu, Kensuke...........................909 (E01, Tue), .............................................................917 (E01, Tue) Akanishi, Yuya................................. 1079 (G01, Tue) Akash, Yelchur..................................2204 (Z01, Tue) Akhade, Sneha....... 1052 (F03, Wed), 1053 (F03, Wed) Akiyama, Eiji....................................798 (C05, Mon) Akiyama, Ryo................................. 1595 (I01E, Sun) Akolkar, Rohan................................. 976 (E04, Mon) Akram, Muhammad...........................1764 (J01, Tue) Aktekin, Burak.................................. 105 (A01, Wed) Akuzum, Bilen........... 8 (A01, Sun), 32 (A01, Mon), .......................... 2258 (Z03, Mon), 2259 (Z03, Mon) Al Amri, Zakiya................................ 894 (E01, Mon) Al Mamun, Abdullah........................ 883 (D02, Wed) Al Shakhshir, Saher.......................1425 (I01A, Tue), ........................... 1668 (I01F, Thu), 1669 (I01F, Thu) Al zoubi, Wail.....................................678 (C01, Tue) Al-Ameri, T.....................................1115 (G03, Mon) Al-Esary, Hasan..................................905 (E01, Tue) Al-Jassim, Mowafak.........................176 (A03, Thu), ..........................................................2051 (L08, Wed) Al-Kandari, Halema......................... 1913 (L02, Thu) Al-Kandari, Shekhah....................... 1913 (L02, Thu) Al-Mahmoud, Ousama.....................2222 (Z01, Tue) Al-Mamun, Mohammad................ 1211 (G05, Wed), .......................................................... 1282 (H02, Tue) Al-Qahtani, Noora............................. 695 (C01, Thu) Alaboina, Pankaj.............................. 302 (A04, Wed), .............................304 (A04, Wed), 2150 (Z01, Tue), ...........................................................2151 (Z01, Tue) Alagar, Srinivasan............................1946 (L05, Wed) Alagar, Srinivasan............................1948 (L05, Wed) Alagar, Srinivassan.............................38 (A01, Mon) Alahmadi, Faisal................................1750 (I02, Thu) Alam, Fahmida............................... 2100 (M01, Wed) Alamgir, Faisal........642 (B01, Mon), 1541 (I01D, Tue) Alamgir, Faisal..........647 (B01, Mon), 891 (E01, Mon) Alarawi, Abeer................................1262 (H02, Mon) Albertus, Paul...................................... 39 (A01, Tue), ............................. 1594 (I01E, Sun), 1699 (I02, Tue) Albiter, Luis.....................................1654 (I01F, Wed) Alexander, Christopher.....................807 (C05, Mon) Alexeev, Alexander..........................2361 (Z05, Wed) Alfonso, Dominic........................... 1967 (L06, Mon) Alharbi, Abdullal..............................2312 (Z04, Wed) Ali, Rizwan....................................... 856 (D01, Wed) Alia, Shaun.....................................1528 (I01D, Tue), ........................1563 (I01D, Wed), 1655 (I01F, Wed), ........................... 1662 (I01F, Thu), 2053 (L08, Wed) Alias, Mohd Sharizal....................... 1915 (L02, Thu) Aliwa, Maelsand............................ 2108 (M01, Wed) Alkan Gursel, Selmiye....................1578 (I01D, Thu) Allanore, Antoine............................. 974 (E04, Mon), .......................................................... 1171 (G04, Tue) Allen, Jan..............215 (A04, Sun), 232 (A04, Mon), ............................. 354 (A04, Wed), 404 (A04, Wed), ............................................................549 (A05, Thu) Allen, Jeffrey..................................1159 (G04, Mon), ......................... 1359 (I01A, Sun), 1421 (I01A, Thu) Allen, Jessica.....................................643 (B01, Mon) Allendorf, Mark..............................1163 (G04, Mon)

Allerman, Andrew..........................1231 (H01, Mon), ..........................1234 (H01, Mon), 1338 (H03, Wed) Allerman, Andrew...........................1232 (H01, Mon) Allison, Thomas......1818 (L01, Tue), 2015 (L07, Mon) Allongue, Philippe......901 (E01, Mon), 961 (E03, Tue) Almar, Laura.................................... 1690 (I02, Mon) Almeida, Dalva...................................667 (B01, Tue) Almer, Jon............223 (A04, Mon), 288 (A04, Wed) Almomtan, Mohammed................ 2094 (M01, Wed) Alonso-Lemus, Ivonne................... 1630 (I01E, Tue) Alphenaar, Bruce.............................. 879 (D02, Wed) Alpuche-Aviles, Mario...................1574 (I01D, Thu) Alsaedi, Sattar...................................2284 (Z03, Tue) Alshanoon, Ali....................................710 (C02, Tue) Altamirano-Sánchez, Efraín...........1055 (G01, Mon) Altimus, Cara................................... 2334 (Z04, Thu) Altin, Abdulrahman..........................772 (C04, Mon) Alvarado, Judith.........279 (A04, Wed), 545 (A05, Thu) Alvarez, Nicolas................................ 571 (A06, Wed) Amatore, Christian...........................2039 (L07, Tue), ............................2321 (Z04, Thu), 2324 (Z04, Thu), .......................................................... 2326 (Z04, Thu) Amatucci, Glenn...............................235 (A04, Mon) Ambard, Antoine............................. 1788 (L01, Mon) Ambrozik, Stephen........................... 893 (E01, Mon) Amemiya, Kazuki..........................1677 (I01Z, Mon) Amemiya, Shigeru..........................1952 (L05, Wed), ..........................................................2315 (Z04, Wed) Amin, Ruhul....................................... 128 (A02, Tue) Amine, Khalil...................................225 (A04, Mon), ...............................258 (A04, Tue), 305 (A04, Wed), ........................... 2076 (L09, Wed), 2078 (L09, Wed) Amine, Rachid................................... 258 (A04, Tue) Amoah, Papa..................................... 846 (D01, Wed) An, Ke................................................ 448 (A05, Tue) An, Seong Jin.................................... 570 (A06, Wed) Ananthoju, Balakrishna.....................414 (A04, Thu) Anaredy, Radhika..............................1812 (L01, Tue) Ancona, Mario................................1226 (H01, Mon) Anderson, Benjamin.........................1782 (J01, Wed) Anderson, Lawrence......................1394 (I01A, Wed) Anderson, Michele.......................... 1439 (I01B, Tue) Anderson, Rachel............................... 702 (C01, Thu) Anderson, Travis............................1088 (G02, Mon), ..........................1233 (H01, Mon), 1239 (H01, Tue), ............................1242 (H01, Tue), 1245 (H01, Tue), ...........................1252 (H01, Wed), 1332 (H03, Tue), ............................1335 (H03, Tue), 1347 (H03, Wed) Anderson, Virginia........................... 1101 (G02, Tue) Ando, Fuma.......................................2227 (Z01, Tue) Ando, Masaki.................................. 1444 (I01B, Tue) Ando, Nobuo.....................................2166 (Z01, Tue) Andrei, Petru...................................1386 (I01A, Tue) Andrei, Petru........473 (A05, Wed), 1336 (H03, Tue) Anibal, Jacob....................................1672 (I01F, Thu) Anikeeva, Polina...............................2292 (Z04, Tue) Annasaheb, Bansode....................... 1436 (I01B, Tue) Annunziata, Anthony....................... 1138 (G03, Tue) Anthony, John...................................... 14 (A01, Sun) Antloga, Mirko..................................594 (A07, Mon) Ao, Bei................................................1707 (I02, Tue) Ao, Bei...............................................1732 (I02, Wed) Aoki, Makoto..................................1531 (I01D, Tue) Aono, Takashige.............................1223 (G05, Wed) Aouassa, Mansour............................ 1130 (G03, Tue) Aoyama, Takahito.............................. 696 (C01, Thu) Araga, Ramya...................................639 (B01, Mon) Aragona, Brandon............................2311 (Z04, Wed) Arai, Hajime....................................... 129 (A02, Tue) Arai, Ryo............................................ 833 (D01, Tue) Araidai, Masaaki............................... 852 (D01, Wed) Araki, Ai............................................2210 (Z01, Tue) Araki, Takuto........ 1368 (I01A, Tue), 1424 (I01A, Thu) Aranda, Michell............................... 1175 (G04, Tue) Arao, Masazumi..............................1513 (I01D, Tue) Aravamudhan, Shyam..................... 1073 (G01, Tue)

Aaron, Douglas..............2 (A01, Sun), 3 (A01, Sun), ................................................................ 4 (A01, Sun) Abbott, Andrew................................. 978 (E04, Mon) Abbott, William................................. 729 (C02, Wed) Abbou, Sofyane..............................1421 (I01A, Thu) Abdel-Fattah, Tarek.........................2206 (Z01, Tue), .......................... 2251 (Z02, Wed), 2252 (Z02, Wed), ........................... 2253 (Z02, Wed), 2255 (Z02, Wed) Abdelhafiz, Ali.................................642 (B01, Mon), ............................647 (B01, Mon), 1541 (I01D, Tue) Abdellaoui, Sofiene..........................1942 (L05, Wed) Abdollahifar, Mozaffar...................... 607 (A07, Tue) Abdolmohammadi, Sanaz...............1043 (F03, Wed) Abdul Ahad, Syed............................. 477 (A05, Wed) Abdul Jabbar, Mohammed Hussain............................ .............................. 1739 (I02, Thu), 1740 (I02, Thu), ............................... 1743 (I02, Thu), 1744 (I02, Thu) Abdullah, Aboubakr......................... 1913 (L02, Thu) Abdullah, Aboubakr......................... 680 (C01, Wed), ................................694 (C01, Thu), 695 (C01, Thu), .................................700 (C01, Thu), 794 (C04, Tue) Abe, Takeshi.......................................30 (A01, Mon), ..............................166 (A02, Thu), 1615 (I01E, Tue) Abel, Bernd..................................... 2018 (L07, Mon) Abele, Dustin....................................2282 (Z03, Tue) Abidov, Aziz........................................666 (B01, Tue) Abolhassani, Mojtaba.......................2278 (Z03, Tue) Aboud, Shela..................................... 855 (D01, Wed) Aboutalebi, Seyed Hamed................ 575 (A06, Wed) Abraham, Daniel.............................. 151 (A02, Wed), .............................223 (A04, Mon), 264 (A04, Wed), ........................................................... 288 (A04, Wed) Accogli, Alessandra.......................... 968 (E04, Mon) Achari, Innocent................................ 893 (E01, Mon) Acharya, Prashant.......................... 1003 (F01, Mon), ...........................................................2278 (Z03, Tue) Acosta-Alba, Pablo.......................... 1134 (G03, Tue) Adams, Brian....... 280 (A04, Wed), 465 (A05, Wed) Adams, Stefan.................................... 241 (A04, Tue) Adamu-Lema, Fikru.......................1115 (G03, Mon) Adepoju, Adewale............................. 323 (A04, Wed) Adhikari, Birendra...........................1999 (L06, Wed) Adler, Stuart....... 1725 (I02, Wed), 1997 (L06, Wed) Advani, Suresh............................... 1463 (I01C, Tue), .......................... 1464 (I01C, Tue), 1492 (I01C, Thu) Adzic, Radoslav..............................1525 (I01D, Tue) Afanas’ev, Valeri..........835 (D01, Tue), 836 (D01, Tue) Afanas’ev, Valery.............................. 857 (D01, Wed) Afonso, Greg......... 1402 (I01A, Wed), 2283 (Z03, Tue) Agar, Ertan............................................ 5 (A01, Sun), ..................................8 (A01, Sun), 2259 (Z03, Mon) Agartan, Lutfi.....................................32 (A01, Mon), .......................... 2258 (Z03, Mon), 2259 (Z03, Mon) Agarwal, Ritesh...............................1305 (H02, Wed) Ager, Joel..........................................1882 (L02, Wed) Agert, Carsten.................................1579 (I01D, Thu) Agles, Avery......................................2281 (Z03, Tue) Agostini, Marco...............................1922 (L03, Wed) Aguilar-Eseiza, Noe.......................... 308 (A04, Wed) Aguilera, Luis...................................1922 (L03, Wed) Aguiló, Magdalena.........................1318 (H03, Mon) Ahiabu, Ivy........................................1833 (L02, Sun) Ahlfield, John........ 1593 (I01E, Sun), 1596 (I01E, Sun) Ahluwalia, Rajesh..........................1362 (I01A, Sun), ........................1394 (I01A, Wed), 1529 (I01D, Tue), ........................ 1559 (I01D, Wed), 1573 (I01D, Thu) Ahmad, Iftekhar................................ 580 (A06, Wed) Ahmad, Ishaq.........1311 (H02, Wed), 2200 (Z01, Tue), ............................ 2201 (Z01, Tue), 2257 (Z02, Wed) Ahmad, Ishaq....................................2202 (Z01, Tue) Ahmad, Ishaq...................................2238 (Z02, Wed) Ahmad, Zeeshan................................554 (A05, Thu) Ahmad, Zeshan...............................1112 (G03, Mon) Ahmadi, Kamyar................................ 996 (E05, Thu) Meeting Program l October 1-5, 2017 l National Harbor, MD

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Archer, Randall..............................1539 (I01D, Tue), ..........................................................1647 (I01F, Tue) Ardo, Shane......................................1871 (L02, Wed) Arges, Christopher......................... 1601 (I01E, Sun), ...........................................................2273 (Z03, Tue) Arico, Cassandra................................ 614 (A07, Tue) Arie, Arenst Andreas...........................655 (B01, Tue) Arihara, Kazuki..............................1560 (I01D, Wed) Arima, Kenta.................................... 1068 (G01, Tue) Arimura, Hiroaki............................. 1150 (G03, Wed) Arisetty, Srikanth..........................1400 (I01A, Wed), .........................................................1528 (I01D, Tue) Arita, Masashi................................. 1129 (G03, Tue), .............................1202 (G05, Tue), 1207 (G05, Tue) Armand, Michel................................ 156 (A02, Wed) Armel, Vanessa.................................. 403 (A04, Wed) Armstrong, Andrew.......................1231 (H01, Mon), ..........................1232 (H01, Mon), 1338 (H03, Wed) Armstrong, David............................... 63 (A01, Wed) Árnadóttir, Líney...............................183 (A03, Thu), ..............................2024 (L07, Tue), 2031 (L07, Tue) Arndt, B............................................ 1197 (G05, Tue) Arnold, Christopher..........................647 (B01, Mon) Arnold, Craig...................................2065 (L09, Wed) Arnold, John...................................... 577 (A06, Wed) Aronsson, Robert............................ 1629 (I01E, Tue) Artner, Werner.................................. 2062 (L08, Thu) Artyushkova, Kateryna..................1498 (I01D, Sun), ......................... 1505 (I01D, Sun), 1617 (I01E, Tue), ....................... 1632 (I01E, Wed), 1637 (I01E, Wed), .......................... 1650 (I01F, Wed), 2056 (L08, Thu), ............................. 2057 (L08, Thu), 2207 (Z01, Tue) Arumugam, Elango..........................780 (C04, Mon), .............................................................789 (C04, Tue) Aruväli, Jaan...................................1532 (I01D, Tue) Aryanfar, Asghar................................552 (A05, Thu) Asakawa, Yuichiro............................. 112 (A01, Thu) Asari, Yusuke.................................... 314 (A04, Wed) Asayama, Yoshihiro.......................... 851 (D01, Wed) Asbani, Bouchra................................. 617 (A07, Tue) Asenov, Asen...................................1115 (G03, Mon) Ashehri, Abdullah...............................746 (C03, Tue) Ashraf Gandomi, Yasser....................... 2 (A01, Sun), .........................................3 (A01, Sun), 4 (A01, Sun) Ashwin, T. R...................................... 309 (A04, Wed) Askarpour, Vahid............................1164 (G04, Mon) Aslam, M............................................414 (A04, Thu) Aso, Shinji......................................1399 (I01A, Wed) Asoh, Hidetaka.........758 (C03, Wed), 2181 (Z01, Tue), .................................2182 (Z01, Tue), 2183 (Z01, Tue) Assary, Rajeev....................................558 (A05, Thu) Assegie, Addisu........274 (A04, Wed), 345 (A04, Wed) Asset, Tristan...................................1523 (I01D, Tue) Ataee-Esfahani, Hamed...................1828 (L01, Wed) Atanassov, Plamen.........................1498 (I01D, Sun), ..........................1617 (I01E, Tue), 1621 (I01E, Tue), ....................... 1632 (I01E, Wed), 1637 (I01E, Wed), ......................... 1650 (I01F, Wed), 1942 (L05, Wed), ............................. 2057 (L08, Thu), 2207 (Z01, Tue) Atassi, Amalie.................................. 1127 (G03, Tue) Ates, Mehmet Nurullah.....................415 (A04, Thu) Atha, Donald....................................1956 (L05, Wed) Atkinson, Robert............................ 1443 (I01B, Tue), ......................................................... 1614 (I01E, Tue) Attanayake, Harsha.............................. 14 (A01, Sun) Atwater, Harry..........939 (E01, Wed), 2243 (Z02, Wed) Atwater, Terrill........59 (A01, Wed), 144 (A02, Tue), .............................. 344 (A04, Wed), 347 (A04, Wed) Atz Dick, Pedro....... 788 (C04, Tue), 792 (C04, Tue) Auger, Robert..................................1123 (G03, Mon) Augur, Rod....................................... 1136 (G03, Tue) Augustin, Matthias............................ 519 (A05, Wed) Augustyn, Veronica.......................... 103 (A01, Wed), ............................. 483 (A05, Wed), 626 (A07, Wed), ..........................................................2068 (L09, Wed) Augustynski, Jan...............................1983 (L06, Tue)

Aurbach, Doron........521 (A05, Wed), 628 (A07, Wed) Aurora, Peter..........252 (A04, Tue), 580 (A06, Wed) Aussen, Stephan............................... 1107 (G02, Tue) Aussenac, François.......................... 1134 (G03, Tue) Ava, Tanzila....................................... 883 (D02, Wed) Avallon, James...................................1766 (J01, Tue) Avila, Jason......... 1103 (G02, Tue), 1105 (G02, Tue) Awano, Masanobu............................1718 (I02, Wed) Ayato, Yusuke....................................601 (A07, Mon) Ayers, John..........1246 (H01, Tue), 1247 (H01, Tue) Ayers, Katherine.............................1650 (I01F, Wed), . ........................... 1663 (I01F, Thu), 1664 (I01F, Thu) Azad, Nabil...................................... 1136 (G03, Tue) Aziz, Michael....................................... 19 (A01, Sun) Azumi, Kazuhisa...............................806 (C05, Mon)

Ballard, Matt....................................2361 (Z05, Wed) Ballarre, Josefina............................... 734 (C02, Wed) Ballesteros, Luis...............................1892 (L02, Wed) Balsara, Nitash....................................949 (E03, Tue) Baltic, Elias..... 1426 (I01A, Thu), 1428 (I01A, Thu) Bamine, Tahya..................................227 (A04, Mon) Ban, Chunmei....................................176 (A03, Thu) Ban, Hee-Jung................................... 313 (A04, Wed) Banas, Charles................................1456 (I01B, Wed) Bandarapu, Bhaskar......................... 1074 (G01, Tue) Bandi, Ramalingam............................ 71 (A01, Wed) Bandlamudi, Vamsikrishna............1568 (I01D, Wed) Banek, Nathan...................................2282 (Z03, Tue) Banerjee, Sanjay................................ 838 (D01, Tue) Banerjee, Sanjoy.........167 (A02, Thu), 199 (A03, Thu) Banerjee, Sanjoy........106 (A01, Wed), 171 (A02, Thu) Bang, Yannick.................................1576 (I01D, Thu) Banga, Dhego.....................................936 (E01, Wed) Bange, Adam................................... 1791 (L01, Mon) Banks, Hunter....................................1786 (J01, Wed) Barai, Anup....................................... 309 (A04, Wed) Barai, Pallab........................................ 66 (A01, Wed) Baranton, Stève...............................1041 (F03, Wed), ........................................................1551 (I01D, Wed) Barati, Vida....................................... 1182 (G04, Tue) Barbir, Frano..................................1459 (I01B, Wed) Baricci, Andrea................................1416 (I01A, Thu) Barker, Robert.....................................925 (E01, Tue) Barker, Robert.....................................905 (E01, Tue) Barkholtz, Heather.............................180 (A03, Thu) Barkyoumb, John.............................2235 (Z02, Wed) Barnes, Pete........................................ 211 (A03, Thu) Barnett, Alejandro.............................. 624 (A07, Tue) Barpanda, Prabeer.........52 (A01, Tue), 445 (A05, Tue), .................................512 (A05, Wed), 640 (B01, Mon) Barr, Ron.........................................1315 (H03, Mon) Barron, Alexandra.............................177 (A03, Thu), .............................. 312 (A04, Wed), 392 (A04, Wed) Barron, Sara.........................................962 (E03, Tue) Barry, Edward.................................. 1103 (G02, Tue) Barsukov, Yevgen............................. 371 (A04, Wed) Bartlett, Bart.....................................2064 (L09, Wed) Bartlett, Philip................................... 969 (E04, Mon) Bartlett, Philip................................... 965 (E04, Mon) Barton, John............560 (A05, Thu), 953 (E03, Tue) Baruch, Maor....................................1976 (L06, Tue) Basher, Samiul.............................. 2113 (M01, Wed), ........................................................ 2114 (M01, Wed) Baskar, Senthilkumar.......................... 52 (A01, Tue), .............................. 512 (A05, Wed), 640 (B01, Mon) Bass, Caroline..................................2305 (Z04, Wed) Bassett, Derek................................1057 (G01, Mon), .........................................................1059 (G01, Mon) Bastawros, Ashraf...............................746 (C03, Tue) Basu, Soumendra..............................1716 (I02, Wed) Batara, Nicolas.........939 (E01, Wed), 2243 (Z02, Wed) Batchu, Sai Praneet............................566 (A05, Thu) Bates, Michael................................ 1638 (I01E, Wed) Battaglia, Corsin.........61 (A01, Wed), 1275 (H02, Tue) Battaglia, Vince................................. 373 (A04, Wed) Battiato, Ilenia.................................... 118 (A01, Thu) Batude, Perrine................................. 1134 (G03, Tue) Baturina, Olga..........683 (C01, Wed), 1854 (L02, Tue), ...........................1861 (L02, Tue), 1963 (L06, Mon), ...........................................................1975 (L06, Tue) Bauer, Anton....................................1343 (H03, Wed) Bauer, Harald.................................... 161 (A02, Wed) Baumgart, Helmut............................ 883 (D02, Wed), ......................... 1166 (G04, Mon), 1188 (G04, Wed), ......................... 1191 (G04, Wed), 1214 (G05, Wed), ..........................1298 (H02, Wed), 2090 (M01, Tue), ..........................................................2244 (Z02, Wed) Baumgart, Helmut............................1111 (G02, Tue), .......................................................... 1174 (G04, Tue) Baumgart, Helmut............................ 1179 (G04, Tue) Baure, George............41 (A01, Tue), 85 (A01, Wed)

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Babanova, Sofia...............................1942 (L05, Wed) Babic, Ugljesa..................................1666 (I01F, Thu) Babighian, Pietro.............................. 1136 (G03, Tue) Babinec, Susan.................................... 39 (A01, Tue), ............................. 1594 (I01E, Sun), 1699 (I02, Tue) Babu, Deepu....................................1501 (I01D, Sun) Baca, Albert....................................1232 (H01, Mon), ..........................1234 (H01, Mon), 1338 (H03, Wed) Bachand, Gabrielle.............................182 (A03, Thu) Bachmann, Julien............................. 1102 (G02, Tue) Baczkowski, Matthew.......................864 (D01, Thu) Badar, Saifullah................................1674 (I01F, Thu) Badeeva, Elena..................................2192 (Z01, Tue) Badel, Andres....................................... 17 (A01, Sun) Bae, Chulheung..................................122 (A01, Thu) Bae, Chulsung...............................1470 (I01C, Wed), ...........................1591 (I01E, Sun), 1600 (I01E, Sun) Bae, Juhye.......................................... 251 (A04, Tue) Bae, Min-Jeong...............................1544 (I01D, Tue) Bae, Seongjun.................................. 291 (A04, Wed), .............................. 530 (A05, Wed), 589 (A06, Wed) Bae, Tae-Eon................................... 1142 (G03, Wed) Baek, Jong-Ung.................................869 (D01, Thu) Baek, Seungyeon.............................2241 (Z02, Wed) Baetzold, John................................. 1592 (I01E, Sun) Bag, Sankar.................................... 2103 (M01, Wed) Bahari, Meisam................................1037 (F03, Wed) Bahgat, Ahmed..................................784 (C04, Mon) Bahoura, Messaoud.........................2129 (M02, Tue) Bai, Chuannan.................................1058 (G01, Mon) Bai, Jianming..................................... 448 (A05, Tue) Bai, Qiang..............1748 (I02, Thu), 2028 (L07, Tue) Bai, Tingyu......................................1347 (H03, Wed) Bailly, Nicolas....................................427 (A04, Thu) Bain, James.....................................1208 (G05, Wed) Bak, Seong-Min.....108 (A01, Thu), 247 (A04, Tue), .............................. 339 (A04, Wed), 375 (A04, Wed) Bakaric, Tina.......................................787 (C04, Tue) Bakenov, Zhumabay..........................186 (A03, Thu) Baker, Andrew............................... 1463 (I01C, Tue), ........................1492 (I01C, Thu), 1566 (I01D, Wed), ..........................1659 (I01F, Thu), 1681 (I01Z, Mon) Baker, Annabelle...............................231 (A04, Mon) Baker, Brian...................................... 2332 (Z04, Thu) Baker, David...................................... 690 (C01, Wed) Bakovic, Sergio.................................2278 (Z03, Tue) Bala Chandran, Rohini....................1871 (L02, Wed) Balagurov, Anatoly........................... 165 (A02, Wed) Balamoorthy, Elamathy................... 1912 (L02, Thu) Balasubramanian, Mahalingam......... 139 (A02, Tue) Balci, Mustafa....................................1764 (J01, Tue) Balcom, Bruce.................................... 243 (A04, Tue) Balder, Ellis......................................... 77 (A01, Wed) Balducci, Andrea................................ 620 (A07, Tue) Balicas, Luis....................................1258 (H01, Wed) Balke, Nina.......................................603 (A07, Mon), ...............................626 (A07, Wed), 751 (C03, Wed) Balla, Ryan.......................................2315 (Z04, Wed) Ballantyne, Andrew............................905 (E01, Tue)

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Baxter, Jason..................................... 980 (E04, Mon) Bayachou, Mekki..............................2222 (Z01, Tue) Bayer, Bernhard................................ 858 (D01, Wed) Bayer, Thomas...............................1473 (I01C, Wed) Bayle-Guillemaud, Pascale.............. 147 (A02, Wed) Bazak, David...................................... 248 (A04, Tue) Bazak, J. David.................................. 243 (A04, Tue) Bazant, Martin...................................1027 (F02, Tue) Bazin, Arnaud....................................... 56 (A01, Tue) Bazylak, Aimy................................1369 (I01A, Tue), .........................1372 (I01A, Tue), 1432 (I01A, Thu), ..........................................................1667 (I01F, Thu) Beachy, Michael.............................. 1622 (I01E, Tue) Beaudoin, Felix................................ 1136 (G03, Tue) Bechtel, Hans-Helmut..................... 1759 (J01, Mon) Beck, Thomas.................................. 2012 (L07, Mon) Becker, Lisa....................................... 402 (A04, Wed) Becker, Michael............................. 1791 (L01, Mon), ........................... 1831 (L01, Wed), 2191 (Z01, Tue), ..........................................................2319 (Z04, Wed) Becker, Michael...............................2088 (M01, Tue) Bedzyk, Michael............................... 376 (A04, Wed) Beermann, Vera...............................1522 (I01D, Tue) Begum, Mahbuba..........................1562 (I01D, Wed), .........................................................1586 (I01D, Thu) Behnken, Julian............................... 1610 (I01E, Tue) Behrou, Reza...................................1478 (I01C, Thu) Beidaghi, Majid...............................2092 (M01, Tue), .......................... 2342 (Z05, Wed), 2343 (Z05, Wed), .......................... 2346 (Z05, Wed), 2348 (Z05, Wed), ..........................................................2365 (Z05, Wed) Beidaghi, Majid.................................203 (A03, Thu), ..............................520 (A05, Wed), 599 (A07, Mon) Bélanger, Daniel................................. 605 (A07, Tue) Belharouak, Ilias................................ 447 (A05, Tue) Bell, Alexis.......................................1891 (L02, Wed) Bellmann, Martin.............................. 293 (A04, Wed) Bello, Abdulhakeem..........................670 (B01, Tue), ........................... 2110 (M01, Wed), 2160 (Z01, Tue) Belousov, Valery................................1753 (I02, Thu) Ben Yahia, Hamdi.............................. 447 (A05, Tue) Benavidez, Angelica......................2125 (M02, Mon) Bender, Guido...............................1394 (I01A, Wed), .........................1401 (I01A, Wed), 1597 (I01E, Sun) Bender, Guido...............................1412 (I01A, Wed), .........................................................1484 (I01C, Thu) Bendersky, Leonid..............................960 (E03, Tue) Bendikov, Tatyana..............................933 (E01, Wed) Benedetti, Assis...................................672 (C01, Tue) Benicewicz, Brian.............................1022 (F02, Tue) Benmore, Chris................................. 764 (C03, Wed) Benn, Ellen.......................................2002 (L06, Wed) Bennett, Brooke................................785 (C04, Mon) Bensalem, Hana...............................1041 (F03, Wed) Benson, Jim........................................410 (A04, Thu) Benson, Roberto...............................1940 (L03, Wed) Benyamin, Marcus............................2275 (Z03, Tue) Berckmans, Gert................................ 259 (A04, Tue) Berecibar, Maitane.............................. 85 (A01, Wed) Berejnov, Viatcheslav...................1405 (I01A, Wed), ........................................................1410 (I01A, Wed) Berendts, Stefan.................................423 (A04, Thu) Berg, Erik.......................................... 150 (A02, Wed) Berg, Erik J......................................... 257 (A04, Tue) Bergmann, Arno...............................1993 (L06, Wed) Berhe, Taame..................................... 878 (D02, Wed) Berke, Joshua...................................2311 (Z04, Wed) Berkland, Lisa................................... 568 (A06, Wed) Berkowski, Marek..............................1768 (J01, Tue) Berlinger, Sarah...............................1390 (I01A, Tue) Bernasconi, Roberto......................... 972 (E04, Mon) Bernt, Maximilian............................1648 (I01F, Tue) Berny-Lang, Michelle....................2118 (M02, Mon) Berrada, Salim.................................1115 (G03, Mon) Berretti, Enrico................................. 896 (E01, Mon), ..................................906 (E01, Tue), 918 (E01, Tue)

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