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ECS Leadership ECS Officers

ECS Staff

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

ECS Board of Directors

Scott Calabrese Barton, Chair, Energy Technology Division Mekki Bayachou, Chair, Organic & Bio. Electrochemistry Division Christina Bock, 3rd Vice-President Roque Calvo, Executive Director James Fenton, Secretary Turgut Gür, Chair, High Temperature Materials Division Christopher Johnson, Chair, Battery Division Pawel Kulesza, Chair, Physical & Analytical Electrochemistry Division Yue Kuo, 2nd Vice President Johna Leddy, Sr. Vice President Yaw Obeng, Chair, Dielectric Science & Technology Division Mark Overberg, Chair, Electronics & Photonics Division Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy, Chair, Electrodeposition Division Krishnan Rajeshwar, President Madis Raukas, Chair, Luminescence & Display Materials Division Douglas Riemer, Chair, Industrial & Electrochemical Engineering Division Slava Rotkin, Chair, Nanocarbons Division Daniel Scherson, Past President Stuart Swirson, Nonprofit Financial Professional E. Jennings Taylor, Treasurer Sannakaisa Virtanen, Chair, Corrosion Division Eric Wachsman, Chair, Interdisciplinary Science & 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 & Chief Content Officer

Dinia Agrawala, Graphic Designer/Interface Production Manager 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 Casey Annunziata, Meetings Specialist Delaney Hellman, Development Associate Rob Gerth, Director of Marketing & Communications Annie Goedkoop, Associate Director of Publications Paul Grote, Director of Finance Andrea Guenzel, Publications Specialist Mary Hojlo, Membership & Constituent Services Specialist John Lewis, Acting Director of Meetings and Corporate Programs Ashley Moran, Corporate Programs Manager Winnie Mutch, Web Manager Anna Olsen, Senior Content Associate & Library Liaison Shannon Reed, Director of Membership Services Beth Schademann, Publications Specialist Amanda Staller, Web Content Specialist Logan Streu, Publications Discoverability Manager Beth Anne Stuebe, Meetings Content Manager & Interface Managing Editor

ECS Editors

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, Editor

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elcome to New Orleans, Louisiana! On behalf of the Board of Directors, volunteer leadership, and staff of ECS, it is my pleasure to welcome you to “The Big Easy” for the 231st ECS Meeting. This meeting also marks an important anniversary: 115 years ago in Philadelphia 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. With the meeting being held at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside, attendees can easily access and explore the French Quarter, Canal Street, the Garden District, and so much more that NOLA has to offer. We hope your time in New Orleans will give you an opportunity to network with colleagues, discuss important research, and discover new opportunities for collaboration. Please join us for the Sunday Evening Get Together in the St. James Ballroom to kick off this exciting week. You certainly won’t want to miss the Plenary Session on Monday, May 29 in the St. Charles Ballroom, where we’ll welcome all attendees and wrap up the first full meeting day with The ECS Lecture, “A Risk Look at Energy Krishnan Rajeshwar Development” by Way Kuo. Be sure to also catch the award winning talks by Society award recipients, Doron Aurbach ECS President and Paul Kohl (receiving the Allen J. Bard Award in Electrochemical Science and the Gordon E. Moore Medal for Outstanding Achievement in Solid State Science and Technology, respectively), as well as the many ECS division award winners, in various symposia throughout the week. In addition to over 2,000 technical presentations, we encourage you to take advantage of our educational short courses, which are being offered on Sunday, May 28. Students and young professionals should also attend our free professional development workshops that will be held during the week. Here, you can gain essential information on enhancing career opportunities, resume building, and networking. Of course, don’t forget to visit the Exhibit Hall in the Grand Ballroom to explore our exciting lineup of industry leading exhibitors and mingle with colleagues. Our poster sessions in the Grand Ballroom on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings will have over 350 presentations, which you can browse at your leisure. 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 on your iPhone or Android device, where you’ll be able to access the ECS Meeting Scheduler. If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to stop by the registration counters on the first floor for further assistance. We thank you again for your continued support of ECS!

Program Guide Author Index............................................................................................170 Awards, Division........................................................................................ 19 Awards, Society......................................................................................... 19 Committee and Board Meetings........................................................... 17 Companion Registrant Program.............................................................. 2 Division Events.......................................................................................... 17 ECS Committees and Subcommittees................................................. 32 ECS Division Officers.............................................................................. 29 ECS Editorial Boards................................................................................ 28 ECS Officers and Staff.................................................. inside front cover ECS Sections.............................................................................................. 29 ECS Student Chapters............................................................................. 30 ECS Transactions (ECST) for New Orleans........................................... 40 Events-at-a-Glance.................................................................................... 16 Exhibitors.................................................................................................... 22 General Meeting Information................................................................... 2 Get to Know ECS....................................................................................... 3 Highlighted Events.................................................................................... 12 Hotel Floor Plans.....................................................................................6-8

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Information for Presenters....................................................................... 4 Institutional Members.............................................................................. 41 Local Area Map.................................................................................... 10-11 Meeting Abstracts....................................................................................... 3 Meeting App................................................................................................. 2 Message from the President..................................................................... 1 Panel of Professionals ............................................................................. 12 Plenary Session.......................................................................................... 18 Poster Session Information....................................................................... 4 Professional Development Workshops................................................ 12 Registration Information........................................................................... 2 Section Events............................................................................................ 17 Sessions-at-a-Glance................................................................................. 52 Short Courses........................................................................................... 13 Sponsors..................................................................................................... 26 Symposium Sponsors............................................................................... 27 Symposium Topics..................................................................................... 34 Technical Program..................................................................................... 64 Ticketed Events......................................................................................... 17 Wireless Network...................................................................................... 3

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Meeting Registration

Things to Know

First Floor Registration Counters Saturday.......................................................................... 1600-1900h Sunday............................................................................ 0700-1900h Monday........................................................................... 0700-1900h Tuesday........................................................................... 0700-1730h Wednesday...................................................................... 0800-1600h Thursday......................................................................... 0800-1200h

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

Speaker Indemnification The ideas and opinions expressed in the technical sessions, conferences, and any handout materials provided are those of the presenter. They are not those of ECS, nor can any endorsement by ECS be claimed. Photography and Recording Photography and Recording is Not Permitted in Technical Sessions

Who must pay the registration fee? All meeting participants, including invited speakers, are required to pay the appropriate registration fees. Individuals participating in short courses along with the meeting are required to register for both events. Travel Companions/Nontechnical Registrants Travel companions of attendees are invited to register for the meeting as a nontechnical registrant. The nontechnical registrant fee of $60 includes admission to non-ticketed social events and a special “Welcome to New Orleans” 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, May 28th from 0900h to 1630h. Pre-registration for short courses is required—the deadline was May 1, 2017; however, if you are interested in registering for a short course please visit the registration counters to see if space is available. Course Only Regular Fees

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

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

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Ticketed Event Fees* On Site Fees Student Mixer (Member)...........................................................$5.00 Student Mixer (Nonmember)...................................................$15.00 Annual Society Business Luncheon.........................................$75.00 Ticketed Luncheons.................................................................$75.00

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By attending the ECS meeting, you agree that you will not record any technical session activity, without the express written consent of ECS. If you violate this policy you will be removed from the meeting and your registration will be revoked without the possibility of a refund.

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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 in the Grand Ballroom 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.

Technology at Your Fingertips ECS is pleased to provide a complimentary wireless network and meeting scheduling app for use here in New Orleans!

Learn more about: • Free the Science initiative • Individual and institutional membership • How to publish with us and why publish open access • Upcoming biannual and sponsored meetings • Exhibit, sponsorship, and advertising opportunities • Subscribing to the ECS Digital Library • Awards, education 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 231st ECS Meeting “standard” issues is June 11, 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 grants 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.

WiFi Name: freethescience Password: openaccess Meeting App Visit www.electrochem.org/231 and download the app to put the technical program and personal meeting scheduler on your mobile device. Browse, add, and sync sessions, events, and presentations to create your own custom itinerary! 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. Nine Tools for a Successful Meeting Experience • Access all of the meeting abstracts online at www.electrochem.org/231 • Become familiar with the Hilton New Orleans Riverside layout by using the maps on pages 6-8. • Download the personal meeting scheduler at www.electrochem.org/231. • Please turn off cell phones during presentations. • Become a Member! Stop by customer service at the registration counter for more information. • Visit the exhibit hall in the Grand Ballroom to network and learn more about the latest innovations in the industry. • Stop by the ECS Booth in the Grand Ballroom to learn all about ECS. • Attend the ECS Publications Author Information Session on Tuesday at 1700 in Chequers. • 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. • Bring your own reusable container for coffee and water throughout the week. • 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 pages 10-11. • Recycle your plastic name badge holder in the appropriate bins at the registration area. • Download the ECS Mobile App to put ECS publication and meeting content at your fingertips!

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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 New Orleans meeting website. Wifi will be available to download abstracts onsite. Paper editions of meeting abstracts are not distributed; attendees who require paper should download abstracts and print them in advance of the meeting.

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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.

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Highlighted Events Highlighted Events Technical Exhibition Grand Ballroom 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 Grand Ballroom Tuesday....................................................... 1800-2000h Wednesday.................................................. 1800-2000h With hundreds of posters to explore, you don’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! Sunday Evening Get Together St. James Ballroom Sunday........................................................ 1900-2100h All attendees are welcome to attend this event and kick start the week with drinks, tasty desserts, and ample time to mingle. Student Mixer St. James Ballroom Monday....................................................... 1830-2030h

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Interested in networking with other students and early career professionals? Then this event is a must as a student attendee. There will be light food and refreshments for your enjoyment. If you have not already purchased your ticket, visit customer service at registration. Annual Society Business Luncheon St. James Ballroom Tuesday....................................................... 1215-1400h Join us as we celebrate the many successes of 2016 and look forward to an even brighter future! If you have not already purchased your ticket, visit customer service at registration. ECS Publications – Author Information Session Chequers Tuesday....................................................... 1700-1800h Are you new to publishing with ECS and have questions? ECS has the answers! Join ECS Publications as we present insight to: • Opportunities available for publishing with ECS – Meeting Abstracts, ECS Transactions, ECS Journals, Monographs Series. • 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. Unable to attend? Stop by the ECS Booth to connect with ECS Publications staff. 12

Session Chair and Symposium Organizer Breakfast Grand Salon A - Section 3 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. Honorary Receptions Come raise a salute in honor of these outstanding scientists, teachers, and friends. Reception in Honor of Drs. Lessard, Fry, and Peters Camp Tuesday....................................................... 1800-2030h Reception in Honor of H. Russell Kunz Jackson Tuesday....................................................... 1830-2030h Professional Development Workshops Get a head start on landing your next job with the ECS Professional Development Workshops! As a new or mid-career professional, the job search process requires effective networking, developing and submitting specifically targeted résumés and cover letters, locating relevant job opportunities and preparing for and participating in the job interview. ECS also offers one-on-one sessions with an industry leader and expert on résumé development once you’ve participated in our initial workshop. You will walk away with a résumé that is sure to land you your next interview! Professional development workshops are offered to provide attendees with an opportunity to enhance networking and career search skills. Individuals are required to attend the Essential Elements for Employment Success workshop in order to schedule a one-on-one résumé review. The workshops are free to all meeting registrants! Workshop 1: Essential Elements for Employment Success Grand Salon B - Section 7 Sunday ....................................................... 1200-1400h Sunday........................................................ 1400-1600h Workshop 2: Résumé Review* Warwick Monday....................................................... 1000-1400h Tuesday....................................................... 1000-1400h *Attendance for this workshop requires attendance at Workshop 1: Essential Elements for Employment Success. Panel of Professionals Are you unsure of what career options are available in electrochemistry and solid state science and technology? Then this session is for you. Join us for a panel discussion where professionals from industry, academia (large research & small teaching), and government will discuss the unique opportunities and challenges of pursuing a career in their chosen field. Attendees will have the opportunity to speak with each professional through small breakout groups following the panel. Students and early-career professionals are strongly encouraged to attend. Panel of Professionals Chequers Wednesday.................................................... 1400-1500 Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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. Technical Leadership and Decision Making Location: Grand Salon A - Section 3 Instructor: Dennis Hess Exceptional performance in a technical job and career requires detailed knowledge of the fundamentals of the specific field and related areas, and the ability to apply that knowledge to solve problems. This is a necessary but not sufficient condition for career success. Less than 50% of an engineer’s time in any technical position will generally be spent on science- or engineering-focused tasks. This percentage decreases with increased responsibility level and experience; in management positions, less than 20% is typical. Much of the dayto-day time invested by practicing engineers involves interactions with other individuals and groups of individuals within or outside the organization, where directions, goals, and performance are discussed. It is therefore critical to develop leadership and decisionmaking skills, to communicate decisions and implications clearly, and to ensure that these tasks are performed in a professional manner. Despite the essential nature of these skills to career success, little emphasis is afforded them in technical core or even elective courses. This course will address technical leadership and decision-making approaches and the closely-related characteristics of ethics and professionalism that promote success in scientific and engineering organizations and careers. Attendees will be presented with “tools” that enhance their leadership abilities and that can be marketed via résumés and job interviews.

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 begins with a general, basic foundation of electrochemistry and uses it to develop the theory and experimental approaches to electrochemical problems of a thermodynamic nature. It complements a sister course, “Fundamentals of Electrochemistry: Basic Theory and Kinetic Methods”, offered alternately by the same instructor. The two courses have 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 Dr. 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. Dr. Noël joined the University of Western Ontario in London, Canada in 1998 as a research scientist and adjunct professor in the Department of Chemistry. He assists professors David Shoesmith and Clara Wren in training and directing students, carrying out fundamental and applied electrochemistry research projects, and teaching electrochemistry at the graduate level. He uses electrochemical and other surface analytical techniques to study the corrosion of nuclear reactor components and nuclear waste management systems materials, including 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 65 journal articles, 45 conference proceedings papers, 2 book chapters, and 15 company reports (continued on next page)

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About the Instructor Professor Dennis Hessʼs research interests are in thin film science and technology, surface and interface modification and characterization, microelectronics processing and electronic materials. His group focuses on the establishment of fundamental structure-property relationships and their connection to chemical process sequences used in the fabrication of novel films, electronic materials, devices, and nanostructures. Control of the surface properties of materials such as dielectrics, semiconductors, metals, and paper or paper board by film deposition or surface modification allows the design of such surfaces for a variety of applications in microelectronics, packaging, sensors, biomedical testing, and microfluidics. He has published more than 240 papers in archival journals and given more than 250 invited talks at conferences, universities, and industrial firms.

Fundamentals of Electrochemistry: Basic Theory and Thermodynamic Methods Location: Grand Salon A - Section 4 Instructor: Jamie Noël


Highlighted Events Short Courses (continued from previous page)

Imaging, Modeling, and Simulation of Li-Ion Battery Microstructures in 2D, 3D, and 4D Location: Grand Salon A - Section 6 Instructor: Jeff Gelb and Steve Harris The use of microscopy to characterize Li-ion batteries (and fuel cells) has grown immensely in recent years. Coupled with advancements in modeling and simulation techniques, this approach offers a unique perspective on Li-ion battery cell design, operational characteristics, and establishes the linkage between performance and microstructure. Based on the work from Bruggeman and others, many historical models have centered around assumptions of microstructure ideality, such as spherical geometries of electrode particles, geometric isotropy of fluid- and pore-transport pathways (e.g., porosity, tortuosity, and constrictivity), and uniformity of binder distribution. By employing various imaging techniques, recent results have demonstrated that these assumptions are far from accurate, and that discrepancies from ideality can have profound effects on battery performance and durability. With the advent of modern 3D imaging techniques, such as X-ray microscopy (XRM) and focused ion beam coupled scanning-electron microscopy (FIB-SEM), the past decade has witnessed a startling increase in the numbers of publications related to microstructure characterization and the supportive modeling techniques. Attendees to this short course will leave with a solid foundation in microstructure characterization, with a general understanding of each modality that has shown significant utility for battery imaging. They will also understand what software tools exist in support of these efforts and various lighthouse facilities with access to the complete suites of available tools. The aim of the course is to be educational, informative, and engaging, with discussions planned amongst the attendees and organizers regarding unique opportunities that may exist for applying the techniques introduced.

About the Instructors Jeff Gelb graduated from UC Santa Barbara in 2005 and is a senior applications engineer in the materials science sector at ZEISS. Over the past decade, he has been intimately involved in the integration of X-ray imaging technology into advanced microscopy laboratories worldwide and has been collaborating in electrochemical research fields spanning solid oxide fuel cells, polymer electrolyte fuel cells, and Li-ion batteries since 2009. Gelb is currently focused on exploring multi-scale correlative microscopy, developing workflows to link together optical-, electron-, and X-ray techniques for material science applications. His current materials research projects are focused on understanding Li-ion battery microstructures, linking together multiscale imaging and computational modeling & simulation techniques. Steve Harris  received a BA in Chemistry from UCLA in 1971 and a PhD from Harvard in physical chemistry in 1975. After a Miller Fellowship at Berkeley, he began his career at General Motor Research Labs. Apart from a nine year stint at the Ford Scientific Research Labs (1998-2007), Steve worked at GM until 2012, when he was awarded a Miller Visiting Professorship in the Berkeley Chemistry Department. Since then he has worked in the Materials Science Division at Lawrence Berkeley Lab. Harris’s work has ranged widely, including combustion chemistry, development of CVD films, aerosol dynamics modeling, and fracture mechanics in cast aluminum. When he returned to GM he started work on Li-ion batteries, focusing on demonstrating the existence of heterogeneities in batteries and their effects on ion transport, durability, and energy density.

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Featured Events Events-at-a-Glance Sunday, May 28

0700-1900h ���������������Meeting Registration is open, First Floor Registration Counters 0800-0900h ���������������Short Course Breakfast (registration for courses required), Grand Salon B – Section 9 0800h ���������������Technical Sessions begin (check technical program on page 62 for details) 0900-1630h ���������������Short Courses (registration required; see page 13 for locations) 1200-1400h ���������������Professional Development Workshop: Essential Elements for Employment Success, Grand Salon B - Section 7 1400-1600h ���������������Professional Development Workshop: Essential Elements for Employment Success, Grand Salon B - Section 7 1900-2100h ���������������Sunday Evening Get Together, St. James Ballroom

Monday, May 29

0700-1900h ���������������Meeting Registration is open, First Floor Registration Counters 0700-0800h ���������������Session Chair and Symposium Organizer Orientation Breakfast, Grand Salon A - Section 3 0800h ���������������Technical Sessions begin (check technical program on page 67 for details) 0800-0840h ���������������Allen J. Bard Award in Electrochemical Science Address, Grand Salon C - Section 15 0840-0930h ���������������Electronics and Photonics Division Award Address, Churchill C2 0930-1000h ���������������Technical Session Coffee Break, Chemin Royale 1000-1400h ���������������Professional Development Workshop: Resume Review, Warwick 1140-1220h ���������������Energy Technology Division Graduate Student Award sponsored by Bio-Logic Address, Grand Salon B - Section 9 1215-1400h ���������������Metrohm Lunch & Learn (ticket required), Fulton 1400-1440h ���������������Dielectric Science and Technology Division Thomas D. Callinan Award Address, Norwich 1400-1440h ���������������Energy Technology Division Graduate Student Award Address, sponsored by Bio-Logic, Grand Salon B - Section 7 1400-1440h ���������������Nanocarbons Division Richard E. Smalley Research Award Address, Churchill A1 1700-1800h ���������������Plenary Session, St. Charles Ballroom 1830-2030h ���������������Student Mixer (ticket required), St. James Ballroom

Tuesday, May 30

0700-1730h ���������������Meeting Registration is open, First Floor Registration Counters 0800h ���������������Technical Sessions begin (check technical program on page 86 for details) 0700-0800h ���������������PAR/Solartron Breakfast (ticket required), Canal 0800-0840h ���������������Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division Student Achievement Award Address, Marlborough A 0930-1000h ���������������Technical Session Coffee Break, Chemin Royale 1000-1020h ���������������ECS Toyota Young Investigator Fellowship Address, Grand Salon C, Section 18 1000-1040h ��������������Gordon E. Moore Medal for Outstanding Achievement in Solid State Science and Technology Address, Churchill B2 1000-1400h ���������������Professional Development Workshop: Resume Review, Warwick 1215-1400h ���������������Annual Society Business Meeting and Luncheon (ticket required), St. James Ballroom 1300-1600h ���������������Come visit our Exhibitors!, Grand Ballroom 1300-1600h ���������������Poster Set-up Period - Tuesday Evening Posters, Grand Ballroom 1410-1450h ���������������Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division David S. Grahame Award Address, Grand Salon D - Section 19 1700-1800h ���������������ECS Publications - Author Information Session, Chequers 1800-2000h ���������������Technical Exhibit open, General and Student Poster Session, Grand Ballroom 1800-2030h ���������������Reception in Honor of Drs. Lessard, Fry, and Peters (ticket required), Camp 1830-2030h ���������������Reception in Honor of H. Russell Kunz, Jackson 1930-2130h ���������������Nanocarbons Division Reception (ticket required), Fulton

Wednesday, May 31

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0800-1600h ���������������Meeting Registration is open, First Floor Registration Counters 0800h ���������������Technical Sessions begin (check technical program on page 123 for details) 0800-0840h ���������������Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division H. H. Dow Memorial Student Achievement Award Address, Grand Salon C - Section 15 0900-1400h ���������������Come visit our Exhibitors!, Grand Ballroom 0900-1400h ���������������Poster Set-up Period - Wednesday Evening Posters, Grand Ballroom 0930-1000h ���������������Technical Session Coffee Break, Grand Ballroom 0950-1030h ���������������Energy Technology Division Supramaniam Srinivasan Young Investigator Award Address, Grand Salon C - Section 16 1400-1500h ���������������Professional Development Workshop: Panel of Professionals, Chequers 1800-2000h ���������������Technical Exhibit open, General Poster Session, Grand Ballroom 1815-1830h ���������������Z01 Student Poster Award Winner Presentation, Grand Ballroom

Thursday, June 1

0800-1200h ���������������Meeting Registration is open, First Floor Registration Counters 0800h ���������������Technical Sessions begin (check technical program on page 156 for details) 0900-1200h ���������������Come visit our Exhibitors!, Grand Ballroom 0930-1000h ���������������Technical Session Coffee Break, Grand Ballroom 16

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Featured Events Division Events

Section Events

Sunday, May 28

1600-1700h ���������Electronics and Photonics Division Symposium Planning and Technical Directions Subcommittee, Jackson 1700-2000h ���������Dielectric Science and Technology Division Governing Body / Long Range Planning Committee and Symposium Planning, Magazine 1800-2045h ���������Sensor Division Executive Committee, Parish 1800-2100h ���������Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division Symposium Planning Committee, Canal 1900-2000h ���������Electronics and Photonics Division Award and General Business Meeting, Camp 2000-2200h ���������Electronics and Photonics Division Executive Committee, Jackson

Monday, May 29

0700-0900h ���������High Temperature Materials Division Executive Committee, Magazine 0700-0900h ���������Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division Executive Committee, Jackson 0700-0900h ���������Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division Executive Committee, Camp 1800-2000h ���������Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division Executive Committee, Camp 1800-2000h ���������Nanocarbons Division Executive Committee, Jackson 1900-2100h ���������Energy Technology Division Executive Committee Meeting, Magazine

Wednesday, May 31

Monday, May 29

1800-1900h ���������Europe Section Executive Committee, Canal 1900-2000h ���������Europe Section Meeting, Royal

Committee and Board Meetings Sunday, May 28

1600-1700h ���������Interface Advisory Board, Parish 1600-1730h ���������Fellows Review Subcommittee, Camp

Monday, May 29

0800-1000h ���������Joint Journal Editorial Board, Royal 1015-1130h ���������Free the Science Advisory Board, Canal 1300-1430h ���������Education Committee, Camp 1330-1500h ���������ECS Transactions Editorial Board, Royal 1500-1600h ���������Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee, Canal 1500-1630h ���������Individual Membership Committee / Division and Section Representatives, Commerce

Tuesday, May 30

0700-0930h ���������Symposium Planning Advisory Board, St. James Ballroom 0730-0930h ���������Council of Past Presidents, Magazine 0930-1130h ���������Publications Subcommittee, Jackson 1400-1600h ���������Meetings Subcommittee, Magazine 1600-1800h ���������Honors and Awards Committee, Royal

1200-1400h ���������Nanocarbons Division External Advisory Board, Royal

Wednesday, May 31

0700-1000h ���������Technical Affairs Committee, Magazine

Ticketed Event Information Monday, May 29

1215-1400h ������Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division Luncheon and Business Meeting, Magazine 1830-2030h ������Student Mixer, St. James Ballroom

Wednesday, May 31

1215-1400h ������Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division Luncheon and Business Meeting, Jackson 1800-2000h ������Energy Technology Division Award Reception and Business Meeting, Camp

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Tuesday, May 30

1215-1400h ������Annual Society Business Meeting and Luncheon, St. James Ballroom 1830-2000h ������Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division Business Meeting and Grahame Award Reception, Canal 1930-2130h ������Nanocarbons Division Reception, Fulton

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Plenary & Society Awards

Plenary & Awards Plenary Session

Join Us for the Plenary Session Monday, 1700-1800h St. Charles Ballroom

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 Krishnan Rajeshwar as he congratulates distinguished Society award winners Doron Aurbach, and Paul Kohl, and finally welcomes Way Kuo to give his ECS Lecture on “A Risk Look at Energy Development”.

The ECS Lecture

Join Us for The ECS Lecture A Risk Look at Energy Development by Way Kuo Way Kuo is the president of City University of Hong Kong (CityU). He is a member of the U.S. National Academy of Engineering, and a foreign member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering and Russian Academy of Engineering. Before joining CityU, he was on the senior management team at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Dean of Engineering at the University of Tennessee, and head of the Department of Industrial Engineering at Texas A&M University. He received his PhD in engineering in 1980 from Kansas State University, and BS

in nuclear engineering in 1972 from National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan. Kuo specializes in design for the reliability of electronics systems and nuclear energy. His 2014 book, Critical Reflections on Nuclear and Renewable Energy, analyses the pros and cons of a spectrum of energies, ranging from petroleum, coal, and gas to water, solar, and wind energies as well as nuclear energy in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear incident in 2011. He was the first foreign expert invited to Japan to discuss nuclear safety following the Fukushima incident. He argues that a holistic view of energy development is required, one that prioritizes the production and use of reliable energy sources over that of polluting and volatile ones. He maps out a policy that encourages and rewards the conservation of energy and efficiency in energy use.

Five Questions with Way Kuo The Electrochemical Society: What led you to nuclear engineering? Way Kuo: When I was young in Taiwan, we did not have enough electricity over the years and the environment was not in good condition. Nuclear engineering was a relatively new subject, and it was able to improve the quality of our energy. Later on, the energy crisis would become a big issue, so it was obvious that nuclear energy would be one of the future’s energy sources. In the late 60s and early 70s, there weren’t any kind of natural resource in Taiwan; 98 percent of the energy in Taiwan was imported. Therefore, there was a need to look for a better energy supply, which could improve our quality of living. ECS: What are some of the similarities or differences between national labs, industry, and academia that you’ve seen throughout your career? WK: All of those experiences mingle together. In the early days, I thought academic issues were just pure scientific issues. As I’ve aged, I’ve seen that business and policy are also involved in academia. For example, at Bell Labs I was able to pick my own research topic. The success of Bell Labs was that free spirit, but the failure of Bell Labs was that they did not have a business mind. Once the government stopped giving money, they started to panic. They never thought that business would have an impact, but now we all know that business does impact research. We know that the American way of conducting research at a university demands you have resources. You have to identify good problems and have resources to support that research. In order to get resources, you need to be able to present your idea and compete in some way with others. That really tells that business is part of research that you can’t ignore. ECS: Is nuclear energy dangerous? WK: In my opinion, the main dangers associated with nuclear energy are political and psychological. Compare the casualties of Three Mile Islands, Chernobyl, or Fukishima to the casualties caused by air pollution, which kills at least 18 seven million people ever year, according to the United Nations.

Nuclear power plants haven’t caused even close to the same amount of damage, but there is a great crisis if something happens—people become scared—which makes the risk level very high when implementing nuclear and we need to be extraordinarily careful about if we chose to continue nuclear energy. ECS: How dependent is the world on nuclear energy currently? WK: The dependence is still quite heavy. As of today, there are already five nuclear power plants in Japan that are currently in operation. They predict that in the next three years, about 42 percent of the previous operating nuclear power plants in Japan will be back into operation. The long-term projection is that Japan will rely on nuclear power. ECS: How do you expect energy to transform around the world? WK: Every country is developing a lot of renewable energy currently, but the success in storing that energy has been limited. I would say the biggest success is in using solar power, which has improved a lot even within the last five years. Even so, the percentage is very small; it provides less than 10 percent of the energy supply around the globe. A topic that’s often overlooked is the fact that at least 25 percent of human beings are living without any energy or electricity. They don’t have good medical care and a lot don’t have any medical care at all. The kids don’t have education, they don’t eat a lot of cooked food, and their life expectancy is very short. The life expectancy for those without energy is only around 50 years old. A lot of disease come from these areas, and these diseases will affect you and me. This is not an isolated problem. It’s a problem we should look at for everyone on earth; it’s a global issue. We generally don’t pay much attention until some crisis occurs, including with nuclear energy. We need to do more research in energy and create new technology, and we need to continue looking for better solutions for everyday living. Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


Plenary & Awards Society Awards

Allen J. Bard Award in Electrochemical Science

Gordon E. Moore Medal for Outstanding Achievement in Solid State Science & Technology

Monday, 0800-0840h Grand Salon C – Section 15

Tuesday, 1000-1040h Churchill B2

Doron Aurbach is a professor in the Department of Chemistry at Bar-Ilan Univerity in Israel, where he founded and currently leads the Electrochemistry Group. Under his supervision, 50 PhD and 70 MSc student received their degrees. Aurbach’s team researches the electrochemistry of active metals, nonaqueous electrochemical systems, electrochemical intercalation processes, electrochemical water desalination, and electronically conducting polymers. Additionally, they develop rechargeable high energy density batteries and supercapacitors, as well as novel electro-analytical and spectroelectrochemical methods for sensitive electrochemical systems. Aurbach has published more than 540 peer-reviewed papers, which have received more than 49,000 citations. He serves as a technical editor for the Journal of The Electrochemical Society and has been named Fellow by ECS (2008), ISE (2010), and MRS (2012). He is the head of INREP, the Israel National Research Center for Electrochemical Propulsion.

Transient Polymers for Low-k Dielectrics and Vaporizing Devices by Paul Kohl Paul Kohl received his PhD in chemistry from the University of Texas in 1978. After graduation, Kohl was employed at AT&T Bell Laboratories from 1978-1989. In 1989, he joined the faculty of the Georgia Institute of Technology in the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, where he is currently a Regents’ Professor and holder of the Hercules Inc. Thomas L. Gossage Chair. Kohl is the past editor of the Journal of The Electrochemical Society, Electrochemical and Solid-State Letters, and Interface. He is a past president of ECS and past director of the Semiconductor Research Corporation Interconnect Focus Center.

Division Awards

Dielectic Science & Technology Division Thomas D. Callinan Award Monday, 1400-1440h Norwich Dielectrics for MOS Integrated Circuits by Hiroshi Iwai Hiroshi Iwai has worked in the semiconductor industry for 26 years. After receiving B.E. and PhD degrees from the University of Tokyo, he worked at both Toshiba Corporation and Tokyo Institute of Technology. Currently, he is Professor Emeritus at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, and Vice Dean and Distinguished Chair Professor of National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan. Iwai is highly recognized for his significant contributions for the development of dielectric films. Those contributions include: introduction of BPSG film reflow to integrated circuits, finding plasma induced damage on gate insulator, prevention of boron penetration of gate oxide by RTN gate SiO2, and the introduction of 1.5 nm tunneling gate oxide to CMOS. Additionally, Iwai is the chair of the ECS Japan Section. He has served as an organizer of many ECS symposia and has been a member of various Society committees. Iwai co-authored over 1,000 international and 500 domestic papers in journals and for conferences.

Electronics and Photonics Division Award Monday, 0840-0930h Churchill C2 Compound Semiconductor Science and Technology: A Retrospective by D. Noel Buckley D. Noel Buckley is Professor Emeritus of Physics at the University of Limerick in Ireland and Adjunct Professor of Chemical Engineering at Case Western Reserve University. He was ECS president from 2008-2009 and previously served as associate editor for both the Journal of The Electrochemical Society and Electrochemical and Solid-State Letters. Buckley’s ECS publications experience expanded into his role on the editorial advisory board of ECS Transactions. Additionally, he served as chair of the ECS Europe Section, as well as chair, secretary, and treasurer of the ECS Electronics and Photonics Division. From 1979-1996, Buckley was a member of the technical staff at Bell Laboratories, where he played a key role in the epitaxial crystal growth and characterization of compound semiconductors for high performance optoelectronics. Prior to Bell Labs, Buckley did his postdoctoral research under Wayne Worrell at the University of Pennsylvania. Currently, his research activities include vanadium flow batteries, nanopore structures in compound semiconductors, and stress in electrodeposited metal nanofilms for microelectronics applications. (continued on next page)

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Society & Division Award Winners

Electroanalytical Techniques Coupled with in-Situ Structural Characterization of Electrodes in Devices for Energy Storage and Conversion by Doron Aurbach


Plenary & Awards Division Awards (continued from previous page)

Energy Technology Division Research Award Monday, 1140-1220h Grand Salon B – Section 9 MEA & DM Characterization/Optimization for Low Pt Loadings and High Current Densities by Hubert Gasteiger

Energy Technology Division Graduate Student Award, sponsored by Bio-Logic Monday, 1400-1440h Grand Salon B – Section 7 Advanced Water Management in Fuel Cells Using Engineered Gas Diffusion Layers with Patterned Wettability: From Concept to Fuel Cell Application by Antoni Forner-Cuenca

Division Award Winners

Hubert Gasteiger began his career in electrochemistry in 1993 when he received his PhD in chemical engineering from UC Berkeley, followed by postdoctoral fellowships at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory and Ulm University. He moved on to join the Fuel Cell Activities program of GM/Opel (Honeoye Falls, NY, USA), leading catalyst and membrane electrode assembly (MEA) research. He was promoted to GM technical fellow in 2004. In 2007, he joined Acta S.p.A. (Italy), working on alkaline membrane based technologies. After a oneyear visiting professorship at MIT (2009) with Yang Shao-Horn, working on lithium-air batteries, he was appointed chair of technical electrochemistry at the Technical University of Munich, where he is now focusing on materials, electrode, and diagnostics development for fuel cells, electrolyzers, and lithium-ion batteries. Gastegier is an ECS fellow, received the 2012 Grove Medal for fuel cell research, the 2015 David C. Grahame Award of the ECS Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division, and held the George C. A. Schuit Award Lecture at the University of Delaware in 2015.

Antoni Forner-Cuenca studied chemical engineering at the Universidad de Alicante, where he graduated with honors. He completed his PhD at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich (ETHZ) in 2016 and performed his doctoral research in the Paul Scherrer Institute’s Electrochemistry Laboratory under the supervision of Pierre Boillat and Thomas. J. Schmidt. Forner-Cuenca’s work focuses on the development of novel porous materials for advanced water management in polymer electrolyte fuel cells (PEFCs). In the frame of his PhD thesis, a method based on electron radiation grafting has been applied to porous substrates to modify the hydrophobicity of the inner surfaces, leading to materials with patterned wettability. The use of these modified materials in PEFCs lead to significant performance improvements. In March 2017, Antoni will join the laboratory of Prof. Brushett at the Chemical Engineering Department of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology as a postdoctoral fellow to work on advanced electrodes for non-aqueous redox flow batteries.

Energy Technology Division Supramaniam Srinivasan Young Investigator Award

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division H. H. Dow Memorial Student Achievement Award

Wednesday, 0950-1030h Grand Salon C – Section 16 New Insights into PFSA Ionomers from Membranes to Thin Films by Ahmet Kusoglu Ahmet Kusoglu is a research scientist in the energy technology area at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), where he works on polymer materials for electrochemical devices and related electrochemical-mechanical phenomena for energy applications. Kusoglu joined LBNL in 2010 as a postdoctoral fellow to study membrane transport and degradation in fuel cells. His research at Berkeley has focused on modeling and diagnostics of ionomers and their interfaces in an effort to understand and improve their functionalities in electrochemical energy devices. Prior to joining the lab, he received his PhD in mechanical engineering from the University of Delaware. Kusoglu has published over 35 papers in peer-reviewed journals and a book chapter on fuel cell membranes. His current research interests involve the characterization and modeling of degradation, transport, and structure/function relationships in ionomers and thin films.

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Wednesday, 0800-0840h Grand Salon C – Section 15 Electrochemically Active Hybrid Materials for Pseudocapacitive Energy Storage by Muhammad Boota Muhammad Boota is currently a PhD candidate in material science and engineering at Drexel University, where he’s working on redox-active hybrid materials for electrochemical energy storage systems under the supervision of Yury Gogotsi. Boota received his BS from Government College University in Pakistan and MS from Uppsala University in Sweden and University College London. He went on to join a joint Erasmus Mundus MS program in Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion which he completed at Paul Sabatier University (France), Warsaw University of Technology (Poland), University of Picardie Jules Verne (France), and Drexel University (U.S.). Boota is the 2016 winner of the ECS Summer Fellowship. He is the president of the Philadelphia ECS Student Chapter and is involved in various outreach activities at Drexel. In April 2016, he led the effort to organize the 1st Philadelphia Electrochemical Society Symposium at Drexel University.

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Plenary & Awards Division Awards

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division Student Achievement Award Tuesday, 0800-0840h Marlborough A

Bahareh Alsadat Tavakoli is a postdoctoral fellow at the Center of Catalysis for Renewable Fuels at the University of South Carolina (USC). She received her PhD in chemical engineering in 2006 from USC, where she performed research in electrocatalysis, fuel cells, and corrosion under the supervision of John W. Weidner. Tavakoli’s research efforts include both computational and experimental design for high temperature corrosion and PEM fuel cell analysis. The outcome of this work has been used in Savannah River National Laboratory and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Prior to obtaining her PhD, Tavakoli received both her BS and MS degrees from Sharif University of Technology in Tehran, Iran. During this time, her research focused on the analysis of polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells (PEMFC), where she and her team developed a computational fluid dynamic model for the PEMFC performance.

Tuesday, 1410-1450h Grand Salon D – Section 19 Nanoscale Templates and Scaffolds for Electrochemical Device Applications by Viola Birss Viola Birss is a world leader in the area of electrochemistry at surfaces and interfaces and in nanomaterials development for a wide range of clean energy applications. She is recognized for making seminal contributions to the understanding of hydrous oxide surface films, and more recently, her team has been developing electrocatalysts and support materials for high temperature and low temperature fuel cells, electrolysis cells, and supercapacitors. Birss is currently a Professor of Chemistry and has been a Tier I Canada Research Chair in Fuel Cells and Related Energy Systems at the University of Calgary since 2004. Throughout her career, Birss has been the recipient of numerous prestigious scientific awards and honors and is a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, ECS, and the Canadian Society for Chemistry. Additionally, Birss was a co-founder and leader of both the Western Canada Fuel Cell Initiative and the Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Canada Network and is currently the scientific director of the Calgary Advanced Energy Storage and Conversion Research Technology group.

Nanocarbons Division Richard E. Smalley Research Award Monday, 1400-1440h Churchill A1 Artificial Photosynthesis Utilizing Nanocarbons by Shunichi Fukuzumi Shunichi Fukuzumi earned BS and PhD degrees in Chemical Engineering at Tokyo Institute of Technology in 1973 and 1978, respectively. After working as a postdoctoral fellow (1978-1981) at Indiana University, he joined the Department of Applied Chemistry at Osaka University as an Assistant Professor in 1981 and was promoted to a Full Professor in 1994. His research interests are artificial photosynthesis and electron transfer chemistry. He is now a Distinguished Professor of Ewha Womans University, Designated Professor of Meijo University, and Professor Emeritus of Osaka University. He has published more than 1,083 scientific publications and 36,700 citations with the h index = 93.

KAUST is unique: Few other institutions of higher education have emerged so quickly and so successfully. The Physical Science and Engineering Division is one of the three Divisions at KAUST. The science produced in the Division is about understanding, modeling and manipulating matter from nano to macroscopic levels in all forms. The knowledge created serves to design and engineer materials, technologies and systems to mitigate or even solve some of the major challenges that we face in the world today. The Division offers five graduate programs: Chemical and Biological Engineering, Chemical Science, Earth Science and Engineering, Material Science and Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering Physical Science and Engineering Division https://pse.kaust.edu.sa

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Division Award Winners

Mathematical Modeling of Transport and Corrosion Phenomenon inside High-Temperature Molten Salt Systems for Next Generation Concentrated Solar Power Systems by Bahareh Alsadat Tavakoli

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division David S. Grahame Award


Exhibitors Technical Exhibit

Thank you to the 231st ECS Meeting Exhibitors! The exhibitors in New Orleans 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.

Tuesday, May 30 0800-1300h 1300-1600h 1800-2000h Wednesday, May 31 0900-1400h 0930-1000h 1800-2000h Thursday, June 1 0900-1200h 0930-1000h 1200-1600h

Exhibit Hours Exhibitor Move-In Technical Exhibit Technical Exhibit, General and Student Poster Session Technical Exhibit Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall Technical Exhibit, and General Poster Session Technical Exhibit Coffee Break in Exhibit Hall Technical Exhibit Tear Down

Exhibitors Admiral Instruments

Exhibitors

Booth 302 Mark Sholin mark@admiralinstruments.com 2345 E Thomas Rd Suite 285 Phoenix, AZ, 85016 USA

ALS Co., LTD

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, easyto-use family of Squidstat™ potentiostats and the entire collection of high-performance electrochemical 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 AC impedance spectroscopy (EIS) and multichannel functionality.

Advanced Semiconductor Processing Technology, LLC Booth 106 Zhi David Chen zdc374@yahoo.com A265 ASTeCC Building, 145 Graham Ave Lexington, KY, 40506 USA

1.859.492.8089 www.research.uky.edu/astecc/companies.html

Advanced Semiconductor Processing Technology (ASPT) LLC is engaged in research, development, and manufacturing of advanced moisture sensors and relevant instruments for industrial process control and environment monitoring. ASPT aims to become a multinational company to provide advanced sensors and relevant instruments for the global market.

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Booth 310 Katsunobu Yamamoto yamamoto@bas.co.jp 1-28-12 Mukojima Sumida-ku, Tokyo, 131-0033 +81.3.3624.0331 Japan www.als-japan.com

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

Arbin Instruments Booth 101 Antony Parulian Antony.P@arbinmail.com 762 Peach Creek Cut Off Road College Station, TX, 77845 USA

1.979.690.2751 www.Arbin.com

Based out of College Station, Texas, Arbin Instruments manufactures highly precise, feature-loaded testing systems for energy storage systems. We deliver to researchers, manufacturers, and start-ups all over the world – in a variety of testing applications, ranging from materials and coin cells up to 300kW packs.

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Exhibitors Technical Exhibit BASi Booth 209 James Hill jhill@basinc.com 2701 Kent Ave. West Lafayette, IN, 47906 USA

Gamry Instruments

1.765.476.9888 www.basinc.com

BASi, Bioanalytical Systems Inc., is a manufacturer of laboratory equipment and a pharmaceutical development company providing contract research services. BASi is recognized globally for expertise in electroanalytical chemistry, and has been manufacturing electrochemical analyzers and electrodes for over 40 years.

Bio-Logic USA Booths 301, 303 & 305 David Carey david.carey@bio-logic.us 9050 Executive Park Drive, Suite 100C Knoxville, TN 37923 USA

1.865.769.3800 www.bio-logic.net

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.

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

1.215.547.1015 www.gelest.com

1.978.439.9899 www.bruker.com

Bruker Optics offers Infrared, Near Infrared and Raman spectrometers which fit a wide range of applications. The combination of FT-IR spectroscopy with the electrochemistry provides information about molecular change during electrochemical reactions in an addition to the electrochemical response of the studied material. Visit us in Booth #100 and at www. bruker.com/optics.

Dioxide Materials

Booth 206 Mark Buckley info@HidenInc.com 37699 Schoolcraft Road Livonia, MI 48150 USA

1.734.542.6666 www.HidenInc.com

High performance mass spectrometers for precision gas analysis, surface science applications, plasma characterization and vacuum diagnostics. Showcasing systems for electrochemistry research, DEMS, reaction kinetics and surface science. Our HPR Series provides for fast response in situ determination of gaseous and volatile electrochemical reactants, reaction intermediates and products in real time.

HORIBA Scientific

1.217.239.1400 www.dioxidematerials.com

Dioxide Materials™ is now offering show specials and discounts on our Sustainion™ anion exchange membranes and Sustainion™ ionomers enabling record performance with alkaline water electrolyzers up to 6 A/cm² current at 2.05 V and 60° C, and CO2 electrolyzers with up to 280 mA/cm² at 3 V and room temperature.

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Booth 212 Diane Surine Diane.surine@horiba.com 3880 Park Ave. Edison, NJ, 08820 USA

1.732.494.8660 www.horiba.scientific

HORIBA Scientific specializes in Glow Discharge, Oxygen Analysis, Raman spectroscopy, Particle Characterization, Ellipsometry and X-Ray fluorescence. These highly sensitive instruments all facilitate the characterization of Li Ion batteries: cathodes, anodes and separators, but also allow for the study of charge/discharge cycles and the characterization of solid state electrolyte batteries. (continued on next page) 23

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.”

Hiden Analytical, Inc.

Bruker Optics

Booth 202 Maria Gainer Maria.gainer@dioxidematerials.com 3998 FAU Blvd. Suite 300 Boca Raton, FL, 33431 USA

1.215.682.9330 www.gamry.com

Gelest

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 MT-Lab 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.

Booth 100 Sergey Shilov Info.bopt.us@bruker.com 19 Fortune Drive Billerica, MA, 01821 USA

Booths 200 & 201 Cynthia A. Schroll cschroll@gamry.com 734 Louis Dr. Warminster, PA, 18974 USA


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Metrohm

Ivium Technologies B.V. Booth 113 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 designs electrochemical instrumentation for the most demanding experiments. We are demonstrating the new CompactStat.h and IviumStat.h Potentiostats with 24-bit resolution. We are also exhibiting the Vertex Potentiostat range for labs on a budget, the Ivium-n-Stat MultiChannel Potentiostat with up to 16 potentiostats, and the handheld pocketSTAT Potentiostat for portability.

Keithley Instruments (A Tektronix Company) Booth 103 Debbie Van Velkinburgh debbie.vanvelkinburgh@tektronix.com 14150 SW Karl Braun Drive Beaverton, OR, 97077 USA

1.503.627.5050 www.tek.com

Exhibitors

Headquartered in Beaverton, Oregon, Keithley (A Tektronix Company) delivers innovative, precise and easy-to-operate electrochemistry characterization test and measurement solutions that solve problems, unlock insights and drive discovery. Keithley & Tektronix have been at the forefront of the digital age for over 70 years. Join us on the journey of innovation at www.tek.com.

Math2Market GmbH Booth 205 Barbara Planas events@math2market.de Huberstr. 7 Kaiserslautern, 67657 +49.631.205605.14 Germany www.math2market.de

Math2Market GmbH develops and markets the software GeoDict and is a leader in providing solutions for the profitable engineering of better battery and fuel cell materials. Using 3D-image data or user-defined parameters, GeoDict models materials and simulates their properties to reduce or eliminate expensive and time-consuming laboratory tests.

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Booths 307 & 309 Karen Poe kpoe@metrohmusa.com 6555 Pelican Creek Circle Riverview, FL, 33578 USA

1.813.316.4757 www.metrohm.com

Metrohm’s Autolab electrochemistry systems with modular and portable designs provide a flexible foundation that can easily grow with your application needs. Options include impedance, low current, EQCM, multiplexing, high and low speed scanning, a variety of cells, conventional and screen-printed electrodes to support research in battery, fuel cells, corrosion, sensors and beyond.

MTI Corporation Booth 312 Andy Huang andy@mtixtl.com 860 South 19th Street Richmond, CA 94804 USA

1.510.525.3070 www.mtixtl.com

MTI Corporation 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.

PANalytical Inc. Booth 112 Linda Bratica linda.bratica@panalytical.com 117 Flanders Rd Westborough, MA, 01581 USA

1.508.647.1174 www.panalytical.com

Get insight‌PANalytical is a global leader in X-ray diffraction (XRD), X-ray fluorescence (XRF), and near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy, providing solutions for the elemental analysis and crystalline structure analysis of materials important for electrochemical applications. Please visit PANalytical in booth 112 to learn about our latest analytical X-ray systems well suited for in situ and in operando coin cell and pouch battery analysis.

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Exhibitors Technical Exhibit PAR/Solartron Booths 211 & 213 Ari Tampasis ari.tampasis@ametek.com 801 South Illinois Ave. Oak Ridge, TN 37830 USA

Scribner Associates, Inc.

1.865.483.2122 www.princetonappliedresearch.com

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

Pine Research Instrumentation

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 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.

Zahner-elektrik GmbH & Co. KG www.pineresearch.com

Booth 300 Dr. Hans Joachim Schäfer hjs@zahner.de Thueringer Str. 12 D-96317 Kronach +49.9261.962119.0 Germany www.zahner.de

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SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS

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.

Zahner-elektrik is a manufacturer of high-end electrochemical and photo-electrochemical workstations. With an experience of 40 years, Zahner designs the Zennium and CIMPS systems for outstanding accuracy, flexibility and reliability. We provide unique features to improve the quality of your experiments in solar cell, battery, fuel cell and corrosion research and in many other fields of electrochemistry.

Are you interested in our Exhibit and Sponsorship Opportunities? Contact sponsorship@electrochem.org for more information.

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Exhibitors

Booths 313 & 311 Marion Jones pinewire@pineresearch.com 2741 Campus Walk Ave., Bldg 100 Durham, NC, 27705 USA

Booth 203 Jason Scribner jason@scribner.com 150 E Connecticut Ave. Southern Pines, NC 28387 USA


Sponsors General Meeting Sponsors

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Other Sponsors

ECS is also grateful to Hilton for lodging support for student travel grants.

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Sponsors Symposia Sponsors

Thank you to the 231st Symposium Sponsors! Silver

King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, PSE Division

Photon etc. B02 – Carbon Nanostructures in Medicine and Biology

H03 – Properties and Applications of 2-Dimensional Layered Materials 2 BRONZE

Air Liquide G02 – Silicon Compatible Materials, Processes, and Technologies for Advanced Integrated Circuits and Emerging Applications 7 Aixtron G02 – Silicon Compatible Materials, Processes, and Technologies for Advanced Integrated Circuits and Emerging Applications 7

Giner, Inc I05 – From Electrode to Systems: Invited Perspectives and Tutorials on Fuel Cell Technology in Memory of H. Russell Kunz Honda Research Institute USA B03– Carbon Nanotubes - From Fundamentals to Devices Bronze The Family of H. Russell Kunz I05 – From Electrode to Systems: Invited Perspectives and Tutorials on Fuel Cell Technology in Memory of Dr. H. Russell Kunz Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

National Renewable Energy Laboratory B01 – Carbon Nanostructures for Energy Conversion Qualcomm G02 – Silicon Compatible Materials, Processes, and Technologies for Advanced Integrated Circuits and Emerging Applications 7 Rice University B03 – Carbon Nanotubes – From Fundamentals to Devices The University of Connecticut I05 – From Electrode to Systems: Invited Perspectives and Tutorials on Fuel Cell Technology in Memory of H. Russell Kunz

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Sponsors

FuelCell Energy I05 – From Electrode to Systems: Invited Perspectives and Tutorials on Fuel Cell Technology in Memory of H. Russell Kunz

MilliporeSigma B01 – Carbon Nanostructures for Energy Conversion B06 – Graphene and Beyond: 2D Materials H03 – Properties and Applications of 2-Dimensional Layered Materials 2


ECS Community Editorial Boards Journal of The Electrochemical Society (JES) Editor: Robert Savinell Technical Editors Doron Aurbach, Batteries and Energy Storage David Cliffel, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry 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 Boryann Liaw, Batteries and Energy Storage Scott Lillard, Corrosion Science and Technology Stephen Maldonado, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry Paul Natishan, Corrosion Science and Technology Thomas J. Schmidt, Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers, and Energy Conversion Venkat Srinivasan, Batteries and Energy Storage Alice Suroviec, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry Nae-Lih (Nick) Wu, Batteries and Energy Storage ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology (JSS) Editor: Dennis Hess Technical Editors Jennifer A. Bardwell, Electronic Materials and Processing Stefan De Gendt, Dielectric Science and Materials Francis D’Souza, Carbon Nanostructures and Devices Kailash C. Mishra, Luminescence and Display Materials, Devices, and Processing Fan Ren, Electronic and Photonic Devices and Systems

ECS Community

Associate Editor George Celler, Electronic Materias and Processing & Electronic and Photonic Devices and Systems

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ECS Editorial Advisory Committee S.V. Babu Scott Calabrese Barton Byung Doo Chin Mike Hickner Sean King Rainer Küngas Anant Setlur ECS Transactions (ECST) Editor: Jeffrey W. Fergus ECST Editorial Advisory Board Robert Lynch, Battery Division Dev Chidambaram, Corrosion Division Zhi (David) Chen, Dielectric Science and Technology Division Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy, Electrodeposition Division D. Noel Buckley, Electronics and Photonics Division James M. Fenton, Energy Technology Division Cortney Kreller, High Temperature Materials Division John Harb, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division Kailash C. Mishra, Luminescence and Display Materials Division R. Bruce Weisman, Nanocarbons Division James Burgess, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division Petr Vanýsek, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division Dong-Joo Kim, Sensor Division Interface Co-Editors:Vijay Ramani and Petr Vanýsek Interface Advisory Board Christopher Johnson, Battery Division Masayuki Itakagi, 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 Corrosion Sannakaisa Virtanen, Chair Masayuki Itagaki, Vice Chair James Noël, Secretary/Treasurer Dielectric Science & Technology Yaw Obeng, Chair Vimal Chaitanya, Vice Chair Gangadhara Mathad, Secretary Purushothaman Srinivasan, Treasurer Electrodeposition Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy, Chair Stanko Brankovic, Vice Chair Philippe Vereecken, Secretary Natasa Vasilijevic, Treasurer

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

Luminescence & Display Materials Madis Raukas, Chair Mikhail Brik, Vice Chair/Secretary/ Treasurer Nanocarbons Slava Rotkin, Chair Hiroshi Imahori, Vice Chair Olga Boltalina, Secretary Bruce Weisman, Treasurer Organic & Biological Electrochemistry Mekki Bayachou, Chair Graham Cheek, Vice Chair Diane Smith, Secretary/Treasurer Physical & Analytical Electrochemistry Pawel Kulesza, Chair Alice Suroviec, Vice Chair Petr Vanysek, Secretary Robert Calhoun, Treasurer Sensor Nianqiang Wu, Chair Ajit Khosla, Vice Chair Jessica Koehne, Secretary Larry Nagahara, Treasurer

ECS Sections

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Israel Section – Daniel Mandler, Chair Japan Section – Hiroshi Iwai, Chair Korea Section – Yung-Eun Sung, Chair Mexico Section – Ignacio Gonzalez, Chair National Capital Section – Eric D. Wachsman, Chair New England Section – Sanjeev Mukerjee, Chair Pittsburgh Section – Clifford W. Walton, Chair San Francisco Section – Wei Tong, Chair Singapore Section – Qingyu Yan, Chair Taiwan Section – Cheng-lun Wang, Chair Texas Section – Harovel G. Wheat, Chair Twin Cities Section – Peter Zhang, Chair

ECS Community

Arizona Section – Candace Kay Chan, Chair Brazil Section – Luís Frederico P. Dick, Chair Canada Section – Christa Brosseau, Chair Chicago Section – Alan Zdunek, Chair Chile Section – Jose H. Zagal, Chair China Section – Yong Yao Xia, Chair Cleveland Section – Heidi B. Martin, Chair Detroit Section – Stephen Maldonado, Chair Europe Section – Petr Vanýsek, Chair Georgia Section – Seung Woo Lee, Chair India Section – Vijayamohanan K. Pillai, 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)

Marciej Swierczynski Daniel-loan Stroe

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

LuĂ­s Frederico P. Dick

Atlanta Student Chapter at Georgia Tech (2008)

Peter J. Hesketh

SRM University (2013)

Auburn University (2007)

Majid Beidaghi

Ranjit Thapa Bhalchandra Kakade

Belgium (2015)

Stefan De Gendt

Tel Aviv University (2009)

Eliezer Gileadi Yosi Shacham-Diamand

Boston (2009) Northwestern University Harvard University MIT

Eugene Smotkin

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 Birss

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 (2005)

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

Hong Kong University (2016)

Minhua Shao

University of Houston (2016)

Yan You

Illinois Institute of Technology (2015)

Adam Hock Vijay K. Ramani

University of Illinois at Chicago (2016)

Brian P. Chaplin

University of Iowa (2014)

Johna Leddy

Indiana University (2012)

Lane A. Baker Dennis G. Peters

University of Kansas (2016)

Trung Van Nguyen

University of Kentucky (2014)

Mona Shirpour

University of Maryland (2011)

Eric D. Wachsman

University of Nevada-Reno (2014)

Dev Chidambaram

University of New Mexico (2017)

Fernando Garzon Plamen Atanassov

University of Oxford (2016)

Charles W. Monroe

University of Pittsburgh (2014)

Prashant N. Kumta

University of South Carolina (2010)

Xiao-Dong Zhou

University of St. Andrews (2015)

John T. S. Irvine

University of Tartu (2013)

Kaido Tammeveski

University of Texas at Austin (2006)

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 Arizona) Student Chapter (2013)

Candace K. Chan

Kerala, India at CUSAT (2008)

M.K. Jayaraj

Lahore, Pakistan (2008)

Inam UI Haque

Lewis University (2015)

Jason Keleher

Louisiana State University (2016)

Christopher G. Arges

Montana State University (2013)

Paul Gannon Ryan W. Anderson

Montreal (2010)

Steen B. Schougaard

Munich (2015)

Hubert Gasteiger

New Mexico State University (2015)

Vimal H. Chaitanya Hongmei Luo

North Florida (2014)

Pedro Moss

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

Anne Co

Ohio University (2011)

Gerardine Botte

Oklahoma (2017)

Sadagopan Krishnan Barry K. Lavine Gabriel LeBlanc

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (2013)

David J. Duquette Daniel J. Lewis

Research Triangle (2013) Duke University NC State UNC-Chapel Hill

Jeffrey T. Glass (Duke)

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ECS Community 2016-2017 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

Krishnan Rajeshwar, Chair

Spring 2017

Peter Fedkiw, Chair

Spring 2019

Johna Leddy

Spring 2017

Enrico Traversa

Spring 2017

Yue Kuo

Spring 2018

Vijay Ramani

Spring 2017

Christina Bock

Spring 2019

Pawel Kulesza

Spring 2017

James Fenton

Spring 2020

Marca Doeff

Spring 2018

Spring 2018

Takayuki Homma

Spring 2018

Francis D’Souza

Spring 2018

Board of Directors, Nonprofit Financial Professional

Joseph Stetter

Spring 2019

Stuart Swirson

Rohan Akolkar

Spring 2019

R. Bruce Weisman

Spring 2019

Vimal Chaitanya

Spring 2020

Albert Fry

Spring 2020

Jean St-Pierre

Spring 2020

E. Jennings Taylor Roque Calvo

Executive Director, Term as ED Spring 2019

Audit Committee Daniel Scherson, Chair

Immediate Past President, Spring 2017

Krishnan Rajeshwar

President, Spring 2017

Johna Leddy

Senior Vice President, Spring 2017

E. Jennings Taylor Stuart Swirson

Treasurer, Spring 2018 Nonprofit Financial Professional, Spring 2019

Krishnan Rajeshwar

President, Spring 2017

Individual Membership Committee Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy, Chair

Spring 2017

James Noël, Chair

Spring 2017

Thomas Schmidt

Spring 2017

Douglas Hansen

Spring 2017

William Mustain

Spring 2017

A. Robert Hillman

Spring 2017

Giovanni Zangari

Spring 2018

Vimal Chaitanya

Spring 2018

Jordi Cabana

Spring 2018

Anne Co

Spring 2019

Steven Policastro

Spring 2019

Enn Lust

Spring 2019

M. Neal Golovin

Kalpathy Sundaram

Spring 2020

Rob Sides

Spring 2020

James Fenton

Education Committee

Alice Suroviec James Fenton Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy

Secretary, Spring 2020 Chair, Individual Membership Committee, Spring 2017

Ethical Standards Committee Daniel Scherson, Chair

Immediate Past President, Spring 2017

Jan Talbot

Past Officer, Spring 2017

Fernando Garzon

Past Officer, Spring 2018

E. Jennings Taylor

Treasurer, Spring 2018

James Fenton

Secretary, Spring 2020

Finance Committee E. Jennings Taylor, Chair

Treasurer, Spring 2018

Mark Verbrugge

Spring 2017

Robert Mantz

Spring 2017

John Turner

Spring 2018

Jean St-Pierre

Spring 2018

Tim Gamberzky James Fenton

Chief Operating Officer,Term as COO Secretary, Spring 2020

Secretary, Spring 2020

Nominating Committee Daniel Scherson, Chair

Immediate Past President, Spring 2017

Fernando Garzon

Spring 2017

Gessie Brisard

Spring 2017

Jeffrey Fergus

Spring 2017

Christina Bock

Third Vice President, Spring 2017

Sponsorship Committee Rob Sides, Chair

Spring 2019

Hubert Gasteiger

Spring 2017

Fred Roozeboom

Spring 2017

Prasanth Nammalwar

Spring 2017

Kohei Uosaki

Spring 2018

Iwona Rutkowska

Spring 2018

Shirley Meng

Spring 2018

Marion Jones

Spring 2019

Khalil Amine

Spring 2019

ECS Community

Paul Fanson Elizabeth Podlaha-Murphy E. Jennings Taylor

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Spring 2019 Chair, Sponsorship Committee, Spring 2019

Spring 2019 Chair, Individual Membership Committee, Spring 2017 Treasurer, Spring 2018

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ECS Community 2016-2017 ECS Committees and Subcommittees ECS Committees and Subcommittees

Term

Technical Affairs Committee Johna Leddy, Chair

Senior Vice President, Spring 2017

Krishnan Rajeshwar Daniel Scherson Paul Kohl

President, Spring 2017 Immediate Past President, Spring 2017 Second Immediate Past President, Spring 2017

Christina Bock

Chair, Meetings Subcommittee, Spring 2017

Yue Kuo Eric Wachsman

Chair, Publications Subcommittee, Spring 2017 Chair, Interdis. Sci. & Tech. Subcom., Spring 2019

Roque Calvo

Executive Director, Term as ED

Tellers of Election

ECS Committees and Subcommittees

Term

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

Spring 2019

James Burgess

OBE, Spring 2017

Madis Raukas

LDM, Spring 2017

Colm O’Dwyer

EPD, Spring 2017

Sri Narayan

ETD, Spring 2017

Yaw Obeng

DST, Spring 2018

Gerardine Botte

IEEE, Spring 2018

Rangachary Mukundan

SENS, Spring 2018

Andrew Hillier

PAED, Spring 2018

Craig Arnold, Chair

Spring 2017

Martin Winter

BATT, Spring 2020

James Amick

Spring 2017

Douglas Hansen

CORR, Spring 2020

Norman Goldsmith

Spring 2017

John Stickney

Ronald Enstrom

Spring 2017

William Ayers

Spring 2017

Elizabeth Biddinger

Spring 2017

Richard Martel Symposium Planning Advisory Board of the Technical Affairs Committee

Ways and Means Committee James Fenton, Chair

Secretary, Spring 2020

Venkat Subramanian

Spring 2017

R. Bruce Weisman

Spring 2017

Gessie Brissard

Spring 2018

Michael Carter

Spring 2018

Yue Kuo

Second Vice President, Spring 2017

Johna Leddy Senior Vice President, Spring 2017 Publications Subcommittee of the Technical Affairs Committee Yue Kuo, Chair Christina Bock, Chair

Second Vice President, Spring 2017 Third Vice President, Spring 2017

Robert Savinell

JES Editor,

5/17/2020

ELDP, Spring 2020 NANO, Spring 2020

Christina Bock, Chair

Spring 2017

Mark Overberg

Spring 2017

Scott Calabrese Barton

Spring 2017

Mekki Bayachou

Spring 2017

Pawel Kulesza

Spring 2017

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

Dennis Hess

JSS Editor, 12/31/2018

Petr Vanýsek

Interface Co-Editor, 12/31/2017

Eric Wachsman

Vijay Ramani

Interface Co-Editor, 12/31/2017

Society Historian

Jeffrey Fergus

ECS Transactions Editor, 12/31/2017

Zoltan Nagy

Fall 2018 Spring 2019 Spring 2017

Thomas Moffat

Spring 2017

American Association for the Advancement of Science

D. Noel Buckley

Spring 2019

Roque Calvo

Mary Yess

Publisher, Term as Pub

Executive Director, Term as ED

Chemical Heritage Foundation

Meetings Subcommittee of of the Technical Affairs Committee

Yury Gogotsi

Christina Bock, Chair

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

Yue Kuo

Third Vice President, Spring 2017 Second Vice President, Spring 2017

Pawel Kulesza

Spring 2017

Adam Weber

Spring 2018

Bor Yann Liaw

Spring 2019

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Mark Orazem

Spring 2017

ECS Community

Mary Yess

External Relations Representative

Spring 2018

Publisher, Term as Pub

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Symposium Topics & Organizers

Symposium Topics and Organizers A — Batteries and Energy Storage

D — Dielectric Science and Materials

A01 — Battery and Energy Technology Joint General Session A. Manivannan, S. R. Narayan, Robert Kostecki, Christopher Johnson, Plamen Atanassov Energy Technology, Battery A02 — Large-Scale Energy Storage 8

Trung Nguyen, Adam Weber Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

Applications 8 Durga Misra, Peter Hesketh, Zia Karim, Stefan De Gendt, Yaw Obeng, P. Srinivasan, Slava V. Rotkin CD/USB Dielectric Science and Technology, Sensor, Nanocarbons

D02 — Plasma Nano Science and Technology

Uros Cvelbar, Mahendra Sunkara, Peter Mascher Dielectric Science and Technology

A03 — Battery Electrolytes

Wladyslaw Wieczorek, Patrik Johansson, Marek Marcinek, Brett Lucht, Vito Di Noto Battery, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

D01 — Emerging Materials for Post CMOS Devices/Sensing and

CD/USB

E — Electrochemical/Electroless Deposition E01 — Green Electrodeposition 4 CD/USB

A04 — Battery Safety

Christopher Orendorff, Bor Yann Liaw, D. H. Doughty, Thomas Barrera, Guangsheng Zhang, Gerardine Botte Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

Sudipta Roy, Giovanni Zangari, Sachio Yoshihara Electrodeposition

E02 — Metallization of Flexible Electronics

Luca Magagnin, Yosi Shacham-Diamand, Takayuki Homma Electrodeposition

F — Electrochemical Engineering A05 — Lithium-Ion Batteries and Beyond

Gary Koenig, Christopher Johnson, Yangchuan Xing, James Wu Battery

A06 — Battery Student Slam 1

Brett Lucht, Ying Meng, John Muldoon, Robert Kostecki, Marca Doeff, Gary Koenig Battery

B — Carbon Nanostructures and Devices B01 — Carbon Nanostructures for Energy Conversion

Jeffrey Blackburn, Vito Di Noto, Plamen Atanassov, Michael Arnold, Stephen Doorn, David Cliffel, Christina Bock Nanocarbons, Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

B02 — Carbon Nanostructures in Medicine and Biology

Tatiana DaRos, Daniel Heller, Fotios Papadimitrakopoulos, Ardemis Boghossian, Mekki Bayachou, James Burgess Nanocarbons, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry

B03 — Carbon Nanotubes - From Fundamentals to Devices:

In Memory of Mildred Dresselhaus Stephen Doorn, Yury Gogotsi, Pawel Kulesza, Ming Zheng, Slava V. Rotkin, R. Bruce Weisman Nanocarbons, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

B04 — Endofullerenes and Carbon Nanocapsules

Shangfeng Yang, Alan Balch, Luis Echegoyen, Steven Stevenson Nanocarbons

B05 — Fullerenes - Chemical Functionalization, Electron Transfer, and

Theory: In Memory of Robert Haddon Dirk Guldi, Nazario Martín, Francis D’Souza Nanocarbons

B06 — Graphene and Beyond: 2D Materials

Michael Arnold, Yaw Obeng, Haim Grebel, Richard Martel, Andreas Hirsch, Slava V. Rotkin Nanocarbons, Dielectric Science and Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

B07 — Inorganic/Organic Nanohybrids for Energy Conversion

Hiroshi Imahori, Vaidyanathan Subramanian, Prashant Kamat Nanocarbons, Energy Technology

B08 — Porphyrins, Phthalocyanines and Supramolecular Assemblies

Karl Kadish, Roberto Paolesse, Tomas Torres, Nathalie Solladie, Norbert Jux Nanocarbons, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

C — Corrosion Science and Technology C01 — Corrosion General Session

Sannakaisa Virtanen, Masayuki Itagaki Corrosion

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F01 — Electrochemical Engineering General Session

Douglas Riemer, Luis Diaz, John Staser Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

F02 — Characterization of Porous Materials 7

John Staser, Christina Bock Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Battery, Energy Technology

F03 — Multiscale Modeling, Simulation, and Design

Venkat Subramanian, Scott Calabrese Barton, John Harb, Luis Diaz, Gerardine Botte Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Energy Technology

F04 — Applications of Electrochemistry to Additive Manufacturing

Maria Inman, E. Taylor, Richard Alkire, Douglas Riemer Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Electrod eposition

F05 — Pulse and Pulse Reverse Electrolytic Processes

E. Taylor, Elizabeth Podlaha, Maria Inman Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Electrod eposition

G — Electronic Materials and Processing G01 — Processes at the Semiconductor Solution Interface 7

Colm O’Dwyer, Arnaud Etcheberry, Andrew Hillier, Robert Lynch, Philippe Vereecken, Heli Wang, Mahendra Sunkara, D. Noel Buckley Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology, Electrodeposition, Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical CD/USB Electrochemistry

G02 — Silicon Compatible Materials, Processes, and Technologies for

Advanced Integrated Circuits and Emerging Applications 7 Fred Roozeboom, Kuniyuki Kakushima, P. J. Timans, E. P. Gusev, Zia Karim, Stefan De Gendt, Hemanth Jagannathan Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology CD/USB

H — Electronic and Photonic Devices and Systems H01 — Wide Bandgap Semiconductor Materials and Devices 18

Vidhya Chakrapani, Scott Calabrese Barton, John Zavada, Soohwan Jang, Travis Anderson, Jennifer Hite CD/USB Electronics and Photonics, Energy Technology

H02 — Solid-State Electronics and Photonics in Biology and Medicine 4

Yu-Lin Wang, Wenzhuo Wu, Andrew Hoff, M. Deen, Chih-Ting Lin, Zoraida Aguilar, Lluis Marsal, Zong-Hong Lin CD/USB Electronics and Photonics, Sensor

H03 — Properties and Applications of 2-Dimensional Layered Materials 2

Lain-Jong Li, Jr-Hau He, Shu Ping Lau, Joshua Robinson, D. Landheer, Richard Martel, Colm O’Dwyer Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology, Nanocarbons

CD/USB

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I — Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers, and Energy Conversion

Z — General Topics

I01 — Oxygen or Hydrogen Evolution Catalysts for Water Electrolysis 3 Hui Xu, Vijay Ramani, Pawel Kulesza Energy Technology, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical CD/USB Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

Z01 — General Student Poster Session

I02 — Materials for Low Temperature Electrochemical Systems 3

Z02 — Nanotechnology General Session

Minhua Shao, Peter Pintauro, Elizabeth Biddinger, Svitlana Pylypenko Energy Technology, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

I03 — Renewable Fuels via Artificial Photosynthesis 2

Nianqiang (Nick) Wu, Deryn Chu, Huyen Dinh, Nicolas Gaillard, Pawel Kulesza, Ayyakkannu Manivannan, Eric Miller, Vaidyanathan Subramanian, Heli Wang Energy Technology, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Sensor

O. Leonte, Z. Chen, Leyla Soleymani All Divisions, Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee

Z03 — Solid State Topics General Session

Kalpathy Sundaram, O. Leonte, Gary Hunter, Kiyoshi Shimamura, Hiroshi Iwai, Meng Tao Dielectric Science and Technology, Electronics and Photonics, Energy Technology, Luminescence and Display Materials, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Sensor

Z04 — Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing 2

I04 — Solid-Gas Electrochemical Interfaces 2 - SGEI 2

Bilge Yildiz, Stuart Adler, Ellen Ivers-Tiffée, Tatsuya Kawada High Temperature Materials

Venkat Subramanian, V. Chaitanya, Kalpathy Sundaram, P. Pharkya, Alice Suroviec All Divisions

CD/USB

I05 — From Electrode to Systems: Invited Perspectives and Tutorials on

Fuel Cell Technology in Memory of H. Russell Kunz Hui Xu, James Fenton, Vijay Ramani, Shimshon Gottesfeld, Hubert Gasteiger, Adam Weber, Thomas Zawodzinski, Thomas Schmidt Energy Technology, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

I06 — Crosscutting Metrics and Benchmarking of Transformational Low-

Carbon Energy-Conversion Technologies Huyen Dinh, Eric Miller Energy Technology

Gerardine Botte, John Harb, Nianqiang (Nick) Wu, S. R. Narayan, E. Taylor, Arumugam Manthiram, John Stickney, Katherine Ayers, Gautam Banerjee, Gregory Jackson All Divisions, Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee

Each symposium will publish an issue of ECS Transactions. Issues are available in CD/USB CD/USB format or as Electronic (PDF) editions. Preordered CD/USB editions can be picked up at the meeting.

K — Organic and Bioelectrochemistry K01 — The 80th Birthday Trifecta in Organic Electrochemistry in Honor of

Jean Lessard, Albert Fry, and Dennis Peters Mekki Bayachou, Flavio Maran Organic and Biological Electrochemistry

K02 — Electron Transfer in Biological Systems

James Burgess, David Cliffel, Shelley Minteer, Daniel Heller, Alice Suroviec, William Mustain Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Nanocarbons, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

L — Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry L01 — Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis,

and Photoelectrochemistry General Session and Grahame Award Symposium Alice Suroviec, Andrew Hillier Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

L02 — Ion-Conducting Polymeric (or Polymer-based) Materials

Vito Di Noto, Ahmet Kusoglu, Stephen Paddison Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Battery, Energy Technology

L03 — Electrochromic and Chromogenic Materials

Pawel Kulesza, Aline Rougier, Xungang Diao, Delia Milliron Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

M — Sensors M01— Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems General Session

Jin-Woo Choi, Peter Hesketh, Dong-Joo Kim, Ajit Khosla, Nianqiang (Nick) Wu, Rangachary Mukundan, M. Sailor, Praveen Sekhar Sensor

M02— Nano/Bio Sensors

Alex Simonian, Jessica Koehne, Raluca-Ioana Stefan-van Staden, Leyla Soleymani, Larry Nagahara, M. Sailor, Sushanta Mitra, Daniel Heller, Ajit Khosla, Ramaraja Ramasamy Sensor, Nanocarbons, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry

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Get Involved with ECS Founded in 1902, ECS is led by scientists, for scientists. ECS advances electrochemistry and solid state science and technology by publishing peer-reviewed scholarly journals, convening scientific meetings, and supporting emerging scientists in our fields. With our Free the Science initiative, ECS envisions a new publishing model without costs to authors and readers so that, collectively, we can achieve a cleaner, safer, healthier, and greener world for us all.

The section that follows will tell you how to get involved with ECS.

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232nd ECS MEETING October 1-6, 2017

Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Photo by National Harbor

National Harbor, MD Meeting Topics A — Batteries and Energy Storage B — Carbon Nanostructures and Devices C — Corrosion Science and Technology D — Dielectric Science and Materials E — Electrochemical/Electroless Deposition F — Electrochemical Engineering G — Electronic Materials and Processing H — Electronic and Photonic Devices and Systems I — Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers, and Energy Conversion J — Luminescence and Display Materials, Devices, and Processing K — Organic and Bioelectrochemistry L — Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry M — Sensors Z — General Topics Photo by National Harbor

Important Deadlines Discounted hotel rates, starting at $239 at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center will be available beginning in June 2017. The reservation deadline is August 25, 2017, or until the block sells out, so reserve early! Early bird registration opens in June 2017, with early bird pricing available through August 25, 2017. Travel grants are available for student and young professional (early career and faculty) attendees, make sure to submit your application before June 19, 2017. Take advantage of exhibition and sponsorship opportunities, submit your application by June 30, 2017. The 232nd ECS Meeting will be held at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center. Please visit www.electrochem.org/232 for the most up-todate information on hotel accommodations, registration, short courses, special events, and to review the technical program. Full papers presented at ECS meetings may be submitted for publication in ECS Transactions.


The 7th International ECS Electrochemical Energy Summit Monday, October 2 – Wednesday, October 4

National Harbor, MD

Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center Photo by National Harbor

2017 The 7th International ECS 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. It will be held as part of the 232nd ECS Meeting and focus on Human Sustainability – Energy, Water, Food, and Health, featuring three separate symposia: Z03 - 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, such as the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Department of Interior, to discuss funding opportunities.

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Z04 - 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. Z05 - Sensors for Food Safety, Quality, and Security will be a one day, poster-focused session. In addition to the technical posters, the symposium will feature five overview talks from government, industry, and association representatives.

2017 E2S 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 Visit www.electrochem.org/232 for updated E2S information, including speakers and participating organizations.


Volume 77– N e w O r l e a n s , L o u i s i a n a

from the New Orleans, LA meeting, May 28—June 1, 2017

The following issues of ECS Transactions are from symposia held during the New Orleans meeting. All issues are available in electronic (PDF) editions, which may be purchased, beginning on May 19, 2017, by visiting www.electrochem.org/pubsstore. Some issues are also available in CD/USB editions. Please visit the ECS website for all issue pricing and ordering information. (All prices are in U.S. dollars; M = ECS member price; NM = nonmember price.)

Available Issues Vol. 77 Battery Electrolytes No. 1 CD/USB................... M $130.00, NM $163.00 PDF ......................... M $118.49, NM $148.11

Vol. 77 Wide Bandgap Semiconductor Materials and Devices 18 No. 6 CD/USB................... M $96.00, NM $119.00 PDF ......................... M $80.86, NM $101.08

Vol. 77 Emerging Materials for Post CMOS Devices/ No. 2 Sensing and Applications 8 CD/USB................... M $96.00, NM $119.00 PDF ......................... M $58.09, NM $73.85

Vol. 77 Solid-State Electronics and Photonics in Biology and Medicine 4 No. 7 CD/USB................... M $105.00, NM $131.00 PDF ......................... M $95.53, NM $119.41

Vol. 77 Plasma Nano Science and Technology No. 3 CD/USB................... M $96.00, NM $119.00 PDF ......................... M $73.83, NM $91.04

Vol. 77 Properties and Applications of 2-Dimensional No. 8 Layered Materials 2 CD/USB................... M $96.00, NM $119.00 PDF ......................... M $59.08, NM $73.85

Vol. 77 Processes at the Semiconductor Solution Interface 7 No. 4 CD/USB................... M $118.00, NM $147.00 PDF ......................... M $107.03, NM $133.79

Vol. 77 Oxygen or Hydrogen Evolution Catalysts for Water Electrolysis 3 No. 9 CD/USB................... M $118.00, NM $147.00 PDF ......................... M $93.80, NM $133.79

Vol. 77 Silicon Compatible Materials, Processes, and No. 5 Technologies for Advanced Integrated Circuits and Emerging Applications 7 CD/USB................... M $96.00, NM $119.00 PDF ......................... M $74.84, NM $95.33

Vol. 77 Solid-Gas Electrochemical Interfaces 2 – SGEI 2 No. 10 CD/USB................... M $103.00, NM $129.00 PDF ......................... M $93.80, NM $117.25

Forthcoming Issues Following the conclusion of the New Orleans meeting, each of the below symposium will publish an issue of ECS Transactions. These issues, once available, can be purchased as electronic (PDF) editions, by visiting www.electrochem.org/pubsstore. Please visit the ECS website for all issue pricing and ordering information. A01: Battery and Energy Technology Joint General Session

F05: Pulse and Pulse Reverse Electrolytic Processes

A02: Large-Scale Energy Storage 8

I02: Materials for Low Temperature Electrochemical Systems 3

A04: Battery Safety

I03: Renewable Fuels via Artificial Photosynthesis 2

A05: Lithium-Ion Batteries and Beyond

I05: From Electrode to Systems: Invited Perspectives and Tutorials on Fuel Cell Technology in Memory of Dr. H. Russell Kunz

A06: Battery Student Slam 1 B01: Carbon Nanostructures for Energy Conversion B02: Carbon Nanostructures in Medicine and Biology

I06: Crosscutting Metrics and Benchmarking of Transformational Low-Carbon Energy-Conversion Technologies

B03: Carbon Nanotubes - From Fundamentals to Devices

K01: The 80th Birthday Trifecta in Organic Electrochemistry in Honor of Jean Lessard, Albert Fry, and Dennis Peters

B04: Endofullerenes and Carbon Nanocapsules

K02: Electron Transfer in Biological Systems

B05: Fullerenes - Chemical Functionalization, Electron Transfer, and Theory: In Memory of Professor Robert Haddon

L01: Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry General Session and Grahame Award Symposium

B06: Graphene and Beyond: 2D Materials B07: Inorganic/Organic Nanohybrids for Energy Conversion B08: Porphyrins, Phthalocyanines and Supramolecular Assemblies C01: Corrosion General Session E01: Green Electrodeposition 4 E02: Metallization of Flexible Electronics F01: Electrochemical Engineering General Session F02: Characterization of Porous Materials 7 F03: Multiscale Modeling, Simulation, and Design

L02: Ion-Conducting Polymeric (or Polymer-based) Materials L03: Electrochromic and Chromogenic Materials M01: Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems General Session M02: Nano/Bio Sensors Z01: General Student Poster Session Z02: Nanotechnology General Session Z03: Solid State Topics General Session Z04: Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing 2

F04: Applications of Electrochemistry to Additive Manufacturing

Ordering Information To order any of these recently-published titles, please visit the ECS Online Store, www.electrochem.org/pubsstore

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231st ECS Meeting l May 28-June 1, 2017 l NEW ORLEANS, LA Code

Symposium

A01 Battery and Energy

Technology Joint General Session A. Manivannan, S. Narayan, R. Kostecki, C. Johnson, P. Atanassov Energy Technology, Battery

Sunday, May 28 AM PM Abst 1-11 Grand Salon C, Section 15, 1st Floor

Abst 12-21 Grand Salon C, Section 15, 1st Floor

A02 Large-Scale Energy Storage 8 T.V. Nguyen, A. Z.Weber Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

Monday, May 29 AM PM Abst 22 Abst 23-33 Grand Salon C, Section 15, 1st Floor

Abst 34-42 Grand Salon C, Section 15, 1st Floor

Abst 143-153 Grand Salon B, Section 12, 1st Floor

Abst 154-160 Grand Salon B, Section 12, 1st Floor

Abst 317-327 Grand Salon D, Section 21, 1st Floor Abst 328-338 Grand Salon D, Section 24, 1st Floor

Abst 339-344 Grand Salon D, Section 21, 1st Floor Abst 345-350 Grand Salon D, Section 24, 1st Floor

A03 Battery Electrolytes

W.Wieczorek, P. Johansson, M. Marcinek, B. L. Lucht,V. Di Noto Battery, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

A04 Battery Safety

C. J. Orendorff, B. Liaw, D. Doughty, T. P. Barrera, G. Zhang, G. G. Botte Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

A05 Lithium-Ion Batteries and

Beyond G. Koenig, C. Johnson,Y. Xing, J. J.Wu Battery

Abst 306-316 Grand Salon D, Section 24, 1st Floor Abst 295-305 Grand Salon D, Section 21, 1st Floor

A06 Battery Student Slam 1

B. L. Lucht,Y. S. Meng, J. Muldoon, R. Kostecki, M. Doeff, G. Koenig Battery

B01 Carbon Nanostructures for

Energy Conversion J. L. Blackburn,V. Di Noto, P. Atanassov, M. S. Arnold, S. K. Doorn, D. E. Cliffel, C. Bock Nanocarbons, Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

B02 Carbon Nanostructures in

Medicine and Biology T. DaRos, D. A. Heller, F. Papadimitrakopoulos, A. A. Boghossian, M. Bayachou, J. D. Burgess Nanocarbons, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry

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231st ECS Meeting l May 28-June 1, 2017 l NEW ORLEANS, LA Tuesday, May 30 AM PM Abst 43-52 Grand Salon C, Section 15, 1st Floor

Abst 53-63 Grand Salon C, Section 15, 1st Floor Posters 64-100 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 161-172 Grand Salon B, Section 12, 1st Floor

Abst 173-184 Grand Salon B, Section 12, 1st Floor Posters 185-199 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 200-211 Grand Salon C, Section 18, 1st Floor

Abst 212-221 Grand Salon C, Section 18, 1st Floor Posters 222-229 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 351-360 Grand Salon D, Section 21, 1st Floor Abst 361-371 Grand Salon D, Section 24, 1st Floor

Abst 378-389 Grand Salon D, Section 24, 1st Floor Abst 372-377 Grand Salon D, Section 21, 1st Floor

Wednesday, May 31 AM PM

Thursday, June 1 AM PM

Abst 101 Abst 102-111 Grand Salon C, Section 15, 1st Floor

Abst 112-122 Grand Salon C, Section 15, 1st Floor

Abst 123-132 Grand Salon C, Section 15, 1st Floor

Abst 230-241 Grand Salon C, Section 18, 1st Floor

Abst 243-251 Grand Salon C, Section 18, 1st Floor

Abst 252-262 Grand Salon C, Section 18, 1st Floor

Abst 263-268 Abst 269-271 Grand Salon B, Section 12, 1st Floor

Abst 272-276 Abst 277-280 Grand Salon B, Section 12, 1st Floor Posters 281-283 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 284-289 Grand Salon B, Section 12, 1st Floor

Abst 290-294 Grand Salon B, Section 12, 1st Floor

Abst 400-518 Grand Salon D, Section 24, 1st Floor Abst 390-399 Grand Salon D, Section 21, 1st Floor

Abst 416-426 Grand Salon D, Section 24, 1st Floor Abst 411-415 Abst 427-432 Grand Salon D, Section 21, 1st Floor Posters 433-490 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 491-501 Grand Salon D, Section 21, 1st Floor Abst 502-512 Grand Salon D, Section 24, 1st Floor

Abst 402-517 Abst 530-535 Grand Salon D, Section 21, 1st Floor Abst 519-529 Grand Salon D, Section 24, 1st Floor

Abst 536-541 Abst 542-552 Grand Salon C, Section 13, 1st Floor Posters 575-583 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Poster 628 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Abst 584-594 Churchill C1, 2nd Floor

Abst 133-142 Grand Salon C, Section 15, 1st Floor

Abst 553-563 Abst 564-574 Grand Salon C, Section 13, 1st Floor

Abst 595-598 Abst 599-605 Churchill C1, 2nd Floor

Abst 606-613 Abst 614-616 Churchill C1, 2nd Floor

Abst 617-627 Churchill C1, 2nd Floor

Abst 629-632 Churchill A2, 2nd Floor

Abst 633-637 Abst 638-643 Churchill A2, 2nd Floor

Abst 644-647 Churchill A2, 2nd Floor

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Symposium

Sunday, May 28 AM PM

B03 Carbon Nanotubes,

Monday, May 29 AM PM Abst 648-652 Abst 653-657 Churchill B1, 2nd Floor

From Fundamentals to Devices: In Memory of Mildred Dresselhaus S. K. Doorn,Y. Gogotsi, P. J. Kulesza, M. Zheng, S. Rotkin, R.Weisman Nanocarbons, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

B04 Endofullerenes and Carbon

Abst 658-665 Churchill B1, 2nd Floor

Abst 730-736 Churchill A2, 2nd Floor

Nanocapsules S.Yang, A. L. Balch, L. Echegoyen, S. Stevenson Nanocarbons

B05 Fullerenes,

Abst 743-747 Abst 748-753 Churchill A1, 2nd Floor

Abst 754 Abst 755-759 Churchill A1, 2nd Floor

Abst 829-833 Abst 834-839 Churchill C1, 2nd Floor

Abst 840-845 Churchill C1, 2nd Floor

C01 Corrosion General Session

Abst 928-935 Grand Salon D, Section 22, 1st Floor

Abst 936-940 Grand Salon D, Section 22, 1st Floor

D01 Emerging Materials for Post

Abst 987-992 Norwich, 3rd Floor

Abst 993 Abst 994-996 Norwich, 3rd Floor

Chemical Functionalization, Electron Transfer, and Theory: In Memory of Robert Haddon D. M. Guldi, N. Martín, F. D’Souza Nanocarbons

B06 Graphene and Beyond: 2D

Materials M. S. Arnold,Y. S. Obeng, H. Grebel, R. Martel, A. Hirsch, S. Rotkin Nanocarbons, Dielectric Science and Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

B07 Inorganic/Organic

Nanohybrids for Energy Conversion H. Imahori,V. Subramanian, P.V. Kamat Nanocarbons, Energy Technology

B08 Porphyrins, Phthalocyanines

and Supramolecular Assemblies K. M. Kadish, R. Paolesse,T.Torres, N. Solladie, N. Jux Nanocarbons, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry S.Virtanen, M. Itagaki Corrosion

CMOS Devices/Sensing and Applications 8 D. Misra, P. Hesketh, Z. Karim, S. De Gendt,Y. S. Obeng, P. Srinivasan, S. Rotkin Dielectric Science and Technology, Sensor, Nanocarbons

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Abst 869-872 Grand Salon C, Section 16, 1st Floor

Abst 873-878 Abst 879-883 Grand Salon C, Section 16, 1st Floor

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231st ECS Meeting l May 28-June 1, 2017 l NEW ORLEANS, LA Tuesday, May 30 AM PM Abst 666-670 Abst 671-676 Churchill B1, 2nd Floor

Abst 677-681 Abst 682-687 Churchill B1, 2nd Floor Posters 688-693 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 737-741 Churchill A2, 2nd Floor

Poster 742 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Wednesday, May 31 AM PM

Thursday, June 1 AM PM

Abst 694-698 Abst 699-704 Churchill B1, 2nd Floor

Abst 705-709 Abst 710-715 Churchill B1, 2nd Floor

Abst 716-718 Abst 719-723 Abst 724-729 Churchill B1, 2nd Floor

Abst 792-796 Abst 797-802 Churchill A1, 2nd Floor

Abst 803-807 Abst 808-813 Churchill A1, 2nd Floor

Abst 814-818 Abst 819-824 Churchill A1, 2nd Floor

Abst 760-764 Abst 765-767 Churchill A1, 2nd Floor

Abst 768-770 Churchill A1, 2nd Floor

Abst 771-775 Abst 776-781 Churchill A1, 2nd Floor Posters 782-791 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 846-850 Abst 851-856 Churchill C1, 2nd Floor

Abst 857-862 Abst 863-867 Churchill C1, 2nd Floor Poster 868 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 884-889 Churchill A2, 2nd Floor

Abst 890-894 Abst 895-900 Churchill A2, 2nd Floor Posters 901-908 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 909-919 Churchill A2, 2nd Floor

Abst 920-927 Churchill A2, 2nd Floor

Abst 941-950 Grand Salon D, Section 22, 1st Floor

Abst 951-959 Grand Salon D, Section 22, 1st Floor Posters 960-972 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 973-980 Grand Salon D, Section 22, 1st Floor

Abst 981-986 Grand Salon D, Section 22, 1st Floor

Abst 997-999 Abst 1000-1003 Norwich, 3rd Floor

Abst 1004-1008 Norwich, 3rd Floor

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Abst 825-828 Churchill A1, 2nd Floor

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Symposium

D02 Plasma Nano Science and

Technology U. Cvelbar, M. K. Sunkara, P. Mascher Dielectric Science and Technology

E01

Green Electrodeposition 4 S. Roy, G. Zangari, S.Yoshihara Electrodeposition

E02

Metallization of Flexible Electronics L. Magagnin,Y. Shacham-Diamand, T. Homma Electrodeposition

F01

Electrochemical Engineering General Session D. P. Riemer, L. A. Diaz, J. A. Staser Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

F02

Characterization of Porous Materials 7 J. A. Staser, C. Bock Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Battery, Energy Technology

F03

Multiscale Modeling, Simulation, and Design V. R. Subramanian, S. Calabrese Barton, J. N. Harb, L. A. Diaz, G. G. Botte Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Energy Technology

F04

Applications of Electrochemistry to Additive Manufacturing M. Inman, E. J.Taylor, R. Alkire, D. P. Riemer Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Electrodeposition

F05

Pulse and Pulse Reverse Electrolytic Processes E. J.Taylor, E. J. Podlaha, M. Inman Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Electrodeposition

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Sunday, May 28 AM PM

Monday, May 29 AM PM Abst 1009-1015 Trafalgar, 3rd Floor

Abst 1016-1019 Trafalgar, 3rd Floor

Abst 1132-1142 Prince of Wales, 2nd Floor

Abst 1143-1153 Prince of Wales, 2nd Floor

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231st ECS Meeting l May 28-June 1, 2017 l NEW ORLEANS, LA Tuesday, May 30 AM PM Abst 1020-1027 Trafalgar, 3rd Floor

Wednesday, May 31 AM PM

Thursday, June 1 AM PM

Abst 1028-1033 Trafalgar, 3rd Floor Posters 10341037 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 1069 Abst 1070-1078 Marlborough A, 2nd Floor

Abst 1079-1088 Marlborough A, 2nd Floor

Abst 1119-1122 Prince of Wales, 2nd Floor

Abst 1123-1131 Prince of Wales, 2nd Floor

Abst 1038-1041 Abst 1042-1046 Norwich, 3rd Floor

Abst 1047-1051 Norwich, 3rd Floor Posters 10521054 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 1055-1062 Trafalgar, 3rd Floor

Abst 1063-1068 Trafalgar, 3rd Floor

Abst 1089-1097 Marlborough A, 2nd Floor

Abst 1098-1106 Marlborough A, 2nd Floor Posters 11071118 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 1164-1169 Marlborough B, 2nd Floor

Abst 1170-1174 Marlborough B, 2nd Floor Poster 1175 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 1154-1160 Prince of Wales, 2nd Floor Posters 11611163 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 1176-1179 Abst 1180-1186 Marlborough B, 2nd Floor

Abst 1187-1191 Abst 1192-1194 Marlborough B, 2nd Floor

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Abst 1195-1198 Marlborough B, 2nd Floor

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Symposium

Sunday, May 28 AM PM

Monday, May 29 AM PM

G01 Processes at the

Abst 1199 Abst 1200-1203 Churchill C2, 2nd Floor

Abst 1204-1208 Churchill C2, 2nd Floor

G02 Silicon Compatible Materials,

Abst 1251 Abst 1252-1255 Churchill C2, 2nd Floor

Abst 1256-1259 Churchill C2, 2nd Floor

H01 Wide Bandgap

Abst 1280-1282 Abst 1283-1287 Cambridge, 2nd Floor

Abst 1288-1290 Abst 1291-1292 Cambridge, 2nd Floor

H02 Solid-State Electronics and

Abst 1314-1321 Eglinton Winton, 2nd Floor

Abst 1322-1327 Eglinton Winton, 2nd Floor

H03 Properties and Applications

Abst 1356-1359 Abst 1360-1363 Chequers, 2nd Floor

Abst 1364-1368 Chequers, 2nd Floor

Abst 1430-1439 Grand Salon B, Section 7, 1st Floor

Abst 1440 Abst 1441-1443 Grand Salon B, Section 7, 1st Floor

Semiconductor Solution Interface 7 C. O’Dwyer, D. Buckley, A. Etcheberry, A. C. Hillier, R. P. Lynch, P. M.Vereecken, H.Wang, M. K. Sunkara Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology, Electrodeposition, Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Processes, and Technologies for Advanced Integrated Circuits and Emerging Applications 7 F. Roozeboom, H. Jagannathan, K. Kakushima, P.Timans, E. Gusev, Z. Karim, S. De Gendt Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology

Semiconductor Materials and Devices 18 V. Chakrapani, S. Calabrese Barton, J. M. Zavada, S. Jang,T. J. Anderson, J. K. Hite Electronics and Photonics, Energy Technology Photonics in Biology and Medicine 4 Y.Wang,W.Wu, A. Hoff, M. J. Deen, C. Lin, Z. P. Aguilar, L. F. Marsal, Z. Lin Electronics and Photonics, Sensor

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

I01

Oxygen or Hydrogen Evolution Catalysts for Water Electrolysis 3 H. Xu,V. K. Ramani, P. J. Kulesza Energy Technology, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

I02

Materials for Low Temperature Electrochemical Systems 3 M. Shao, P. N. Pintauro, E. J. Biddinger, S. Pylypenko Energy Technology, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

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231st ECS Meeting l May 28-June 1, 2017 l NEW ORLEANS, LA Tuesday, May 30 AM PM

Wednesday, May 31 AM PM

Thursday, June 1 AM PM

Abst 1223-1225 Abst 1226-1230 Churchill C2, 2nd Floor

Abst 1231-1236 Churchill C2, 2nd Floor

Abst 1341-1347 Eglinton Winton, 2nd Floor

Abst 1348-1355 Eglinton Winton, 2nd Floor

Abst 1384-1387 Abst 1388-1390 Grand Salon A, Section 3, 1st Floor Posters 13911397 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 1399-1409 Grand Salon A, Section 3, 1st Floor

Abst 1410-1414 Abst 1415-1420 Grand Salon A, Section 3, 1st Floor

Abst 1421-1425 Abst 1426-1429 Grand Salon A, Section 3, 1st Floor

Abst 1455-1458 Abst 1459-1465 Grand Salon B, Section 7, 1st Floor

Abst 1466-1468 Abst 1469-1471 Grand Salon B, Section 7, 1st Floor

Abst 1472-1483 Grand Salon B, Section 7, 1st Floor Posters 14841495 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 1496-1507 Grand Salon B, Section 7, 1st Floor

Abst 1209-1211 Abst 1212-1216 Churchill C2, 2nd Floor

Abst 1217-1221 Churchill C2, 2nd Floor Poster 1222 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 1260-1264 Abst 1265 Abst 1266-1268 Churchill C2, 2nd Floor

Abst 1269-1275 Churchill C2, 2nd Floor Posters 12761279 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 1293-1296 Abst 1297-1302 Cambridge, 2nd Floor

Abst 1303-1305 Abst 1306-1309 Cambridge, 2nd Floor Posters 13101313 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 1328-1333 Eglinton Winton, 2nd Floor

Abst 1334-1340 Eglinton Winton, 2nd Floor

Abst 1369-1371 Abst 1372-1375 Chequers, 2nd Floor

Posters 13761376 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 1377-1379 Abst 1380-1383 Grand Salon A, Section 3, 1st Floor

Abst 1444-1454 Grand Salon B, Section 7, 1st Floor

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Abst 1237-1245 Churchill C2, 2nd Floor

Abst 1246-1250 Churchill C2, 2nd Floor

Abst 1508-1512 Abst 1513-1519 Grand Salon B, Section 7, 1st Floor

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Symposium

I03

Renewable Fuels via Artificial Photosynthesis 2 N.Wu, D. Chu, H. N. Dinh, N. Gaillard, P. J. Kulesza, A. Manivannan, E. L. Miller, V. Subramanian, H.Wang Energy Technology, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Sensor

I04

Solid-Gas Electrochemical Interfaces 2, SGEI 2 B.Yildiz, S. B. Adler, E. Ivers-TiffĂŠe, T. Kawada High Temperature Materials

I05

From Electrode to Systems: Invited Perspectives and Tutorials on Fuel Cell Technology in Memory of H. Russell Kunz H. Xu, J. M. Fenton,V. K. Ramani, S. Gottesfeld, H. A. Gasteiger, A. Z.Weber, T. A. Zawodzinski,T. J. Schmidt Energy Technology, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

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Crosscutting Metrics and Benchmarking of Transformational LowCarbon Energy-Conversion Technologies H. N. Dinh, E. L. Miller Energy Technology

K01 The 80th Birthday Trifecta

in Organic Electrochemistry in Honor of Jean Lessard, Albert Fry, and Dennis Peters M. Bayachou, F. Maran Organic and Biological Electrochemistry

Sunday, May 28 AM PM

Monday, May 29 AM PM Abst 1520-1528 Grand Salon A, Section 6, 1st Floor

Abst 1529-1532 Grand Salon A, Section 6, 1st Floor

Abst 1613-1619 Abst 1620 Grand Salon B, Section 9, 1st Floor

Abst 1621-1626 Grand Salon B, Section 9, 1st Floor

Abst 1688-1696 Grand Salon C, Section 16, 1st Floor

Abst 1697-1700 Grand Salon C, Section 16, 1st Floor

Abst 1751-1756 Abst 1757-1760 Grand Salon D, Section 19, 1st Floor

Abst 1761-1766 Grand Salon D, Section 19, 1st Floor

K02 Electron Transfer in

Biological Systems J. D. Burgess, D. E. Cliffel, S. D. Minteer, D. A. Heller, A. H. Suroviec,W. E. Mustain Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Nanocarbons, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

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Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry General Session and Grahame Award Symposium A. H. Suroviec, A. C. Hillier Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


231st ECS Meeting l May 28-June 1, 2017 l NEW ORLEANS, LA Tuesday, May 30 AM PM

Wednesday, May 31 AM PM

Thursday, June 1 AM PM

Abst 1533-1535 Abst 1536-1536 Abst 1537-1539 Grand Salon A, Section 6, 1st Floor

Abst 1540-1542 Abst 1543-1547 Grand Salon A, Section 6, 1st Floor

Abst 1548-1554 Grand Salon A, Section 6, 1st Floor

Abst 1555-1558 Abst 1559-1562 Grand Salon A, Section 6, 1st Floor Posters 15631570 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 1571-1576 Grand Salon B, Section 10, 1st Floor

Abst 1577-1582 Grand Salon B, Section 10, 1st Floor

Abst 1583-1588 Grand Salon B, Section 10, 1st Floor

Abst 1589-1592 Grand Salon B, Section 10, 1st Floor Posters 15931601 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 1627-1634 Grand Salon B, Section 9, 1st Floor

Abst 1635-1639 Abst 1640-1642 Grand Salon B, Section 9, 1st Floor Posters 16431645 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 1646-1651 Grand Salon B, Section 9, 1st Floor

Abst 1652-1654 Abst 1655-1657 Grand Salon B, Section 9, 1st Floor

Abst 1658-1665 Grand Salon C, Section 13, 1st Floor

Abst 1666-1673 Grand Salon C, Section 13, 1st Floor

Abst 1674-1682 Grand Salon C, Section 13, 1st Floor

Abst 1683-1687 Grand Salon C, Section 13, 1st Floor

Abst 1701-1707 Grand Salon C, Section 16, 1st Floor

Abst 1708-1717 Grand Salon C, Section 16, 1st Floor Posters 17181719 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor Abst 1720-1729 Durham, 3rd Floor

Abst 1730-1735 Abst 1736-1740 Durham, 3rd Floor Posters 17411743 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 1744-1747 Abst 1748-1750 Grand Salon C, Section 16, 1st Floor

Abst 1784-1794 Grand Salon D, Section 19, 1st Floor

Abst 1795-1798 Abst 1799-1803 Grand Salon D, Section 19, 1st Floor Posters 18041817 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 1818-1825 Grand Salon D, Section 19, 1st Floor

Abst 1767-1777 Grand Salon D, Section 19, 1st Floor

Abst 1778-1783 Grand Salon D, Section 19, 1st Floor

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Abst 1609-1612 Grand Salon B, Section 10, 1st Floor

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231st ECS Meeting l May 28-June 1, 2017 l NEW ORLEANS, LA Code

Symposium

Sunday, May 28 AM PM

Monday, May 29 AM PM

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Ion-Conducting Polymeric (or, Polymer-based) Materials V. Di Noto, A. Kusoglu, S. J. Paddison Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Battery, Energy Technology

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Electrochromic and Chromogenic Materials P. J. Kulesza, A. Rougier, X. Diao, D. J. Milliron Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

Abst 1843-1844 Abst 1845-1849 Durham, 3rd Floor

Abst 1850-1853 Durham, 3rd Floor

M01 Sensors, Actuators and

Abst 1867-1870 Abst 1871-1876 Grand Salon A, Section 4, 1st Floor

Abst 1877-1882 Grand Salon A, Section 4, 1st Floor

Microsystems General Session J. Choi, P. Hesketh, D. Kim, A. Khosla, N.Wu, R. Mukundan, M. J. Sailor, P. K. Sekhar Sensor

M02 Nano/Bio Sensors

A. L. Simonian, J. E. Koehne, R. Stefanvan Staden, L. Soleymani, L. A. Nagahara, M. J. Sailor, S. Mitra, D. A. Heller, A. Khosla, R. P. Ramasamy Sensor, Nanocarbons, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry

Z01 General Student Poster Session V. R. Subramanian,V. Chaitanya, K. B. Sundaram, P. Pharkya, A. H. Suroviec All Divisions

Z02 Nanotechnology General

Session O. M. Leonte, Z. Chen, L. Soleymani All Divisions, Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee

Z03 Solid State Topics General

Session K. B. Sundaram, O. M. Leonte, G.W. Hunter, K. Shimamura, H. Iwai, M.Tao Dielectric Science and Technology, Electronics and Photonics, Energy Technology, Luminescence and Display Materials, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Sensor

Z04 Sustainable Materials and

Manufacturing 2 G. G. Botte, J. N. Harb, N.Wu, S. Narayan, E. J.Taylor, A. Manthiram, J. L. Stickney, K. E. Ayers, G. Banerjee, G. S. Jackson All Divisions, Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee

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Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


231st ECS Meeting l May 28-June 1, 2017 l NEW ORLEANS, LA Tuesday, May 30 AM PM

Abst 1854-1855 Abst 1856-1860 Durham, 3rd Floor

Abst 1861-1864 Durham, 3rd Floor Posters 18651866 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 1883-1887 Abst 1888-1893 Grand Salon A, Section 4, 1st Floor

Posters 18941911 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 1912-1922 Grand Salon A, Section 4, 1st Floor

Wednesday, May 31 AM PM Abst 1826-1829 Abst 1830 Abst 1831-1835 Grand Salon C, Section 16, 1st Floor

Abst 1836-1841 Grand Salon C, Section 16, 1st Floor Poster 1842 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 1923-1934 Grand Salon A, Section 4, 1st Floor

Abst 1935-1946 Grand Salon A, Section 4, 1st Floor Posters 19471956 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 2024-2029 Cambridge, 2nd Floor

Abst 2030-2036 Cambridge, 2nd Floor Posters 20372045 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 2046-2055 Churchill B2, 2nd Floor

Abst 2057-2068 Churchill B2, 2nd Floor Posters 20692070 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Abst 2071-2080 Prince of Wales, 2nd Floor

Abst 2081-2084 Prince of Wales, 2nd Floor Posters 20852088 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

Thursday, June 1 AM PM

Posters 19572023 Grand Ballroom, 1st Floor

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Sunday, May 28

Technical Sessions Sunday, May 28 Highlight

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Battery and Energy Technology Joint General Session

Energy Technology / Battery Grand Salon C - Section 15, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Supercapacitors 1 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Prashanth Jampani Hanumantha, Mani Manivannan and Loraine Torres-Castro 08:00

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Supercapacitors Based on Iron Decorated Carbon Nanofibers with Excellent Cyclability – R. Pai, A. Singh, S. Simotwo, J. Hart, P. Suri, M. Taheri, and V. Kalra (Drexel University) Mesoporous Nb2O5 Nanofibers with Pseudocapacitive Properties for Lithium and Sodium Storage – L. Wang, X. Bi, and S. Yang (Beihang University) Long Cycle Life LiFePO4 / AC Hybrid Cathodes for Lithium Ion Capacitors – A. Shellikeri (Aero-Propulsion, Mechatronics and Energy Center, Florida State University), J. S. Zheng (Clean Energy Automotive Engineering Center, Tongji Univ, School of automotive studies, Tongji University), S. Yturriaga (Florida State University), W. Cao (General Capacitor LLC), and J. P. Zheng (Florida State University) (Invited) Building Supercapacitors with EarthAbundant Materials – D. Sarkar, D. D. Sarma, and A. K. Shukla (Indian Institute of Science) Break Structural Hybrid Supercapacitor – Y. Wang, X. Qiao, C. Zhang, and X. Zhou (University of Miami) Effect of Metal Complex Mediators on the Performance of Mediator Supercapacitor – C. Zhang, Y. Wang, X. Qiao, and X. Zhou (University of Miami) Electrostatic Spray Deposition (ESD) Based Li4Ti5O12 for Nonaqueous 3D Hybrid Microsupercapacitors – R. Agrawal, E. Adelowo, and C. Wang (Florida International University) Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanotube Arrays As Efficient Supports for Faradaic Capacitive Electrodes – M. Oguntoye and N. Pesika (Tulane University) Synthesis of Self Nitrogen/Phosphorus Doped Carbon Derived from Pea Protein As an Efficient Electrode Material for Supercapacitors – M. Demir and R. B. Gupta (Virginia Commonwealth University)

High Performance Li-Ion Capacitor Laminate Cells – W. Cao, J. Luo, J. Yan, and X. Chen (General Capacitor LLC) Modelling and Optimization of Electrodes Utilization in Symmetric Electrochemical Capacitors for High Energy and Power – I. S. Ike (MERG, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigeria.), S. E. Iyuke (University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.), and I. J. Sigalas (University of the Witwatersrand Johannesburg, DST/NRF (COE-SM), University of the Witwatersrand,)

Supercapacitors 2 – 14:00 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Prashanth Jampani Hanumantha, Edward M. Sabolsky and Vibha Kalra 14:00

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Electrochemical Double Layer Supercapacitor (EDLC) Fabricated with Activated Carbon Derived from Eastern White Pine – E. Ciftyurek (WVU-MAE), X. Xie (Michigan Technological University (MTU), Houghton MI), M. Fouts (WVU-CHE), K. Sabolsky (WVU-MAE), J. W. Zondlo (West Virginia University), J. Wang (WVU-School of Natural Resources), and E. M. Sabolsky (U.S. DOE, National Energy Technology Laboratory) Supercapacitor Electrodes Fabricated from Carbon Extracted from Biomass and Commercial Organic Wastes – E. Ciftyurek (WVU-MAE), O. Oginni (WVU School of Natural Resources), D. Bragg (WVUCHE), R. Levelle (WVU MAE), K. Singh (WVU School of Natural Resources), L. Sivanandan (WVU-Extension Services), K. Sabolsky (WVU-MAE), and E. M. Sabolsky (U.S. DOE, National Energy Technology Laboratory) A Study of Mediators As Ion Providers in Supercapactors – X. Zhou, C. Zhang, Y. Wang, and X. Qiao (University of Miami) How to Enhance the Performance of Graphene/Metal Oxide Nanocomposite Supercapacitors – J. J. Shim (Yeungnam University), V. H. Nguyen (Nha Trang University), S. Sahoo, S. G. Mohamed, and J. Hwang (Yeungnam University) Improving Rate Capability of Li-Ion Capacitors Using Nano Graphite Anodes – A. R. Aref, S. W. Chen, M. T. Lanagan, C. A. Randall, and R. Rajagopalan (The Pennsylvania State University) Break Stable Electrolyte for High Voltage Electrochemical Double-Layer Capacitors – R. E. Ruther, F. M. Delnick, and J. Nanda (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Three Dimensional Interconnected Nanopores Current Collector for Drastically Enhanced Pseudocapacitive Performance – Y. Gao, Y. Lin (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology), and Z. Fan (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

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High Ionic Conductivity, Mechanically Strong Ion Gels for All Solid State Supercapacitor Applications – P. R. Chinnam (Temple University), S. K. Simotwo, V. Kalra (Drexel University), and S. Wunder (Temple University) Predicting the Electrochemical Response of Pseudocapacitor Electrodes Under Realistic Conditions from First Principles – N. D. Keilbart (The Pennsylvania State University), Y. Okada (Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd., The Pennsylvania State University), S. Higai (Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd.), and I. Dabo (The Pennsylvania State University) Silver Oxide-Cobalt Phosphate Nanoparticle/ Nanoflake As a High Performance Supercapattery Electrode – H. Shao (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork), P. Narayanasamy (Anna University), D. McNulty, C. O’Dwyer (University College Cork), and K. M. Razeeb (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork)

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Lithium-Ion Batteries and Beyond

Battery Grand Salon D - Section 21, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Lithium-Air (O2) Battery – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Ye Xu and Yangchuan Xing 14:00

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Electrolyte Influence in Developing a High-Capacity, Reversible LithiumOxygen (Lithium-Air) Battery – C. M. Burke (University of California, Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) and B. D. McCloskey (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley) Bimetallic Electrocatalysts in Li-O2 Battery: How the Componential Proportion Influences the Battery Performance – X. Luo, L. Ge, L. Ma, J. Kropf, J. Wen, X. Zuo, Y. Ren, D. Miller, T. Wu, J. Lu, and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory) Novel Architecture of Air Cathode for Rechargeable Lithium-Air Batteries – Y. Jiang (Huazhong University of Science and Technology), L. Zou (Huazhong University of Science &Technology), J. Cheng, Y. Huang (Huazhong University of Science and Technology), and B. Chi (HUST-Huazhong University of Science and Technology) Tuning the Carbon Crystallinity for Highly Stable Li-O2 Batteries – Y. Bae (Seoul National University), Y. S. Yun (Kangwon National University), H. D. Lim, H. Park (Seoul National University), H. Lee, Y. J. Kim (KAIST), H. J. Kwon, H. Kim (Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.), H. T. Kim (KAIST), D. Im (Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.), and K. Kang (Seoul National University) Macroporous Carbon Nanotube (CNT) Foams As Lithium Air Battery Cathodes – C. Shen, T. Liu, M. Zhang, J. P. Zheng (Florida State University), M. A. Hendrickson, and E. J. Plichta (Army Power Division, RDER-CCA) Break Uncertainty Alaysis in the Parameters of an Equivalent Circuit Model of Li-O2 Battery Impedance Using a Monte Carlo Approach – R. Nelson and M. H. Weatherspoon (Florida A&M University - Florida State University)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Stabilization of Li Metal Anode in DMSOBased Electrolytes Via Optimization of SaltSolvent Coordination for Li-O2 Batteries       – B. Liu, W. Xu, P. Yan (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), S. T. Kim (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology), M. H. Engelhard, X. Sun, D. Mei (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), J. Cho (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology), C. Wang, and J. G. Zhang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) The Effects of Redox Mediators and Water Content on Oxygen Evolution for Li-Air Batteries – E. A. Petrucco (Johnson Matthey Battery Materials) Meso-Scale Model of Li2O2 Formation in Li-O2 Batteries: Compactness of Thin Film and Its Link to Charge Transport Mechanism – Y. Yin (RS2E, LRCS (CNRS&UPJV)), R. Zhao (LRCS(CNRS&UPJV), RS2E), Y. Deng (LRCS(CNRS&UPJV), RS2E&ALISTORE ERI), and A. A. Franco (Institut Universitaire de France, LRCS (CNRS&UPJV), RS2E & ALISTORE ERI) Pouch Type Cells for Practical Evaluation and Application of Large-Scale Li-Air Batteries – W. J. Kwak, H. J. Shin (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University), D. Aurbach (Bar-Ilan University), and Y. K. Sun (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University) Effect of Water on the Product Distribution at the Cathode of Li-O2 Batteries – K. Tomita (National Institute for Materials Science), H. Noguchi (Hokkaido University), and K. Uosaki (National Institute for Materials Science)

Grand Salon D - Section 24, Hilton New Orleans Riverside Al, Mg, K Battery – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Pedro L. Moss and Cary L. Pint 14:00

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Stable Carbon Cathodes for PotassiumOxygen Batteries – F. Braga and L. J. Hardwick (University of Liverpool) Transition Metal Sulfides As Cathode Materials for Rechargeable Aluminum Ion Battery – L. Geng and J. Guo (University of California, Riverside) Magnesium Ethylenediamine Borohydride As Solid-State Electrolyte for Magnesium Batteries – E. Roedern, R. S. Kühnel, A. Remhof, and C. Battaglia (Empa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science) XPS Comparative Analysis of the Chevrel Phase Mo6S8 and the Analogous Mo6Se8 during Mg Insertion – J. Richard (CEA-LITEN), J. F. Colin (Université Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LITEN), A. Benayad (CEA, LITEN), and S. Martinet (CEA-LITEN) Unraveling the Potassium Ion Storage Mechanism in Graphite Foam – J. L. Liu (Nanyang Technological University) A Novel K-Ion Battery; Hexacyanoferrate(II)/ Graphite Cell – S. Komaba (Tokyo University of Science, ESICB-Kyoto University), X. Bie (ESICB-Kyoto University), K. Kubota (Tokyo University of Science, ESICB-Kyoto University), T. Hosaka, and K. Chihara (Tokyo University of Science) Break 65

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The Anode - Magnesium Monocarborane Interface for Metal Deposition and Dissolution – T. S. Arthur, N. Singh (Toyota Research Institute of North America), A. Glans, Y. S. Liu (Advanced Light Source - LBL), J. Guo (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), K. Kisslinger (Center for Functional Nanomaterials, BNL), J. Li, E. A. Stach (Brookhaven National Laboratory), D. H. Alsem, N. Salmon (Hummingbird Scientific), O. Tutusaus, K. Suto, K. Takechi, and R. Mohtadi (Toyota Research Institute of North America) Passivation Layer of Magnesium-Based Negative Electrodes – M. Matsui (Kobe University, JST, PRESTO), H. Kuwata, M. Yamauchi, and N. Imanishi (Mie University) Battery Functionality and Reactivity of a Cathode for Magnesium Ion Battery – K. Suto, R. Zhang, and R. Mohtadi (Toyota Research Institute of North America) Enhanced Magnesium-Ion Charge Transport and Storage within Layered Vanadium Pentoxide-Poly(ethylene oxide) Nanocomposites – C. Rhodes, S. Perera, and R. Archer (Texas State University) First Steps Towards a Continuum Model of Mg-S Batteries – R. Richter (German Aerospace Center (DLR), Helmholtz Insitut Ulm (HIU)), J. Lück (German Aerospace Center (DLR), Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)), T. Danner (German Aerospace Center (DLR), Helmholtz-Institute Ulm (HIU)), and A. Latz (German Aerospace Center (DLR), Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU))

Porphyrins, Phthalocyanines and Supramolecular Assemblies

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Visible Light-Driven Water Oxidation with Porphyrin Sensitizers and Water Oxidation Catalysts – H. Imahori (Kyoto University) Pyrolysis of Self-Assembled Iron Porphyrin Layers on Carbon Black As Core/Shell Structured Electrocatalysts for Highly Efficient Oxygen Reduction in Both Alkaline and Acidic Media – Y. Song (Dalian Unviersity of Technology) Electrocatalysis of Oxygen Reduction with Elctropolymerized Metallo-Corroles – L. Elbaz (Bar-Ilan University), A. Friedman (Bar Ilan University), and Z. Gross (Technion Israel Institute of Technology)

Photocatalytic Reduction of CO2 with a Cobalt Chlorin Complex in Water – S. Fukuzumi (Ewha Womans University, Meijo University)

Porphyrinoid Catalysts 2 – 14:00 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Mathias O. Senge and Dorota Gryko 14:00

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Selective CO2 Reduction with CatalystAssembled Electrodes in an Aqueous Solution – Y. Naruta (Inst. of Sci. and Tech. Res., Chubu University) Earth Abundant Metal Corroles As Catalysts for Energy Relevant Processes – Z. Gross and A. Mahammed (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology) Hydrogen Generation Catalyzed By Metalloporphyrins – C. H. Hung (Institute of Chemistry, Academia SInica) Bioinspired Vitamin B12 Catalysis – D. Gryko (Institute of Organic Chemistry Polish Academy of Sciences) Supramolecular Metal Arraying in Porphyrin/ Phthalocyanine Conjugates for Catalytic Applications – K. Tanaka, Y. Yamada, and N. Mihara (Nagoya University) Template Effects of Tetrakis(thiadiazole) Porphyrazine to the Structures of Phthalocyanine Thin Films – K. Awaga, K. Eguchi (Nagoya University), and S. Heutz (Imperial College London) Break

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Nanocarbons / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Grand Salon C - Section 16, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Porphyrinoid Catalysts 1 – 11:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Mathias Senge and Nathalie Solladie

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Structural Characterization of Heme Uptake System in Corynebacteria – S. Aono (National Institutes of Natural Sciences) Nsaids- Derived Mitochondrial Reactive Oxygen Species Accelerated Cancer Specific Porphyrin Accumulation to Enhance Photodynamic Therapeutic Effect in Gastric Epithelial Cells – H. Matsui (Faculty of Medicine, University of Tsukuba) and H. Ito (Faculty od Medicine, University of Tsukuba) Structural and Functional Characterization of Electron Transfer Complex Between Cytochrome C and Cytochrome C Oxidase – K. Ishimori (Hokkaido University) Photoactive Anti-Cancer Nanovectors – F. Cunin (ICGM, CNRS) Functionalized Luciferins for Applications in Supramolecular Chemistry: In Vivo Light Switches – H. P. Rahn and J. Jayawickramarajah (Tulane University)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


Highlights 0700h ��������� Session Chair and Symposium Organizer Orientation Breakfast, Grand Salon A, Section 3 0800h ��������� Allen J. Bard Award in Electrochemical Science Address, Grand Salon C, Section 15 0840h ��������� Electronics and Photonics Division Award Address, Churchill C2 1140h ��������� Energy Technology Division Research Award Address, Grand Salon B, Section 9 1400h ��������� Dielectric Science and Technology Division Thomas D. Callinan Award Address, Norwich 1400h ��������� Energy Technology Division Graduate Student Award Address, sponsored by Bio-Logic, Grand Salon B, Section 7 1400h ��������� Nanocarbons Division Richard E. Smalley Research Award Address, Churchill A1 1700h ��������� Plenary Session and the ECS Lecture, St. Charles Ballroom 1830h ��������� Student Mixer, St. James Ballroom

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Battery and Energy Technology Joint General Session

Energy Technology / Battery Grand Salon C - Section 15, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Allen J. Bard Award in Electrochemical Science Session – 07:55 – 08:40 Co-Chairs: Mani Manivannan and S. R. Narayanan 07:55 08:00 22

Introductory Remarks (Allen J. Bard Award in Electrochemical Science Address) Electroanalytical Techniques Coupled with in-Situ Structural Characterization of Electrodes in Devices for Energy Storage and Conversion – D. Aurbach (Bar Ilan university)

Lithium Battery (Anodes) – 08:40 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Edward M. Sabolsky, Prashant Jampani and Loraine TorresCastro 08:40

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Engineering Solutions to Dendrite Formation in Lithium Anode Based Batteries – P. Jampani Hanumantha (University of Pittsburgh), B. Gattu (Dept of Chemical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh), P. Murugavel Shanthi (University of Pittsburgh), M. K. Datta, and P. N. Kumta (Department of Bioengineering, University of Pittsburgh) Understanding Evolution of Silicon Electrode SEI through Model Lithium Silicate Thin Film Layers – J. Coyle (University of ColoradoBoulder, Sandia National Laboratories), C. A. Apblett (Sandia National Laboratories), and C. R. Stoldt (University of Colorado-Boulder)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

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Dual-Phase Li4Ti5O12/TiO2(B) Heteronanostructures As Anodes for HighPerformance Lithium-Ion Batteries – C. K. Ho, C. Y. V. Li, K. Y. Chan (The University of Hong Kong), and Y. Y. Tay (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore) 09:40 Break 10:00 26 Scalable in-Situ Solid State Reductive Approach to Reversible Silicon/Metal Oxide/ Carbon Based Nanocomposite Li-Ion Anodes – B. Gattu (Dept of Chemical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh), R. Bandi (University of Pittsburgh), M. K. Datta (Department of Bioengineering, University of Pittsburgh), P. M. Shanthi (Dept of Chemical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh), P. Jampani, and P. N. Kumta (Department of Bioengineering, University of Pittsburgh) 10:20 27 Evaluation of Silicon Alloy Contribution in Blended Lithium-Ion Battery Anode with Graphite – L. Cao, C. Yang, S. Santhanagopalan (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), K. Inman (XALT Energy), and A. Pesaran (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) 10:40 28 Breathable Polymer Encapsulation of Lithium Battery Electrode Materials Ensures Durable Cyclic Performance of Si Anode – P. P. J. Chu (National Central University, Department of Chemistry), M. Tsai (Department of Chemistry, National Central University), and Y. S. Hsieh (National Central University, Department of Chemistry) 11:00 29 An in-Depth Investigation of the Alucone Coating Impact on the Performance of the Silicon Anode – S. B. Son (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), Y. Wang (University of Kentucky), X. Li, A. Stokes (Colorado School of Mines), Y. T. Cheng (University of Kentucky), and C. Ban (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) 11:20 30 Interfacial Li-Ion Storage Between Graphene Layers – T. Liu, J. Park, C. A. Joiner, S. W. Lee (Georgia Institute of Technology), M. Navaei, and I. Stern (Georgia Tech Research Institute) 11:40 31 Automotive Pouch Cell Performance: Effect of Silicon Loading, Binder, and Additives – M. Karulkar, H. Wen, R. Blaser, R. Kudla, and A. Drews (Ford Motor Company) 12:00 32 A New Use of Li-Ion Battery Anode Materials: Batteries for Near-Zero-Power Electronics – W. Xing and S. Cordova (ADA Technologies, Inc.) 12:20 33 Polyaniline/Poly(acrylic acid) Composite Binder for Si Anode in Lithium Ion Batteries – Y. Yao and M. Shao (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) Lithium Battery (Cathodes) – 13:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Marca Doeff and Loraine Torres-Castro 13:00

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Controlling the Surface Chemistry of Cathode Materials for High Energy Rechargeable Batteries – F. Lin (Virginia Tech) and M. Doeff (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) One-Step Fabrication of Nanostructured LiNi1/3Mn1/3Co1/3O2 Cathode for Lithium Ion Batteries – Y. Wang (University of Connecticut), J. Roller (FEI Company), and R. Maric (Center for Clean Energy Engineering) 67

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Influence of the Composition of Lithium- and Manganese-Rich Layered Oxides on the Oxygen Release and the Electrochemical Performance – T. Teufl (BASF SE, Technische Universität München), B. Strehle, D. Pritzl (Technische Universität München), S. Solchenbach (Technical University of Munich), F. F. Chesneau (BASF), H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich), and M. Mendez (BASF SE) Effect of Separator and Electrolyte on Activation Energy for NMC Electrodes in Lithium-Ion Batteries – R. Gopalakrishnan, O. Capron, J. M. Timmermans (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, ETEC-MOBI Group), X. Zhu (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, SURF Group), N. Omar (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, ETEC-MOBI Group), A. Hubin (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, SURF Group), and J. Van Mierlo (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, ETEC-MOBI Group) Chemically Coupled Conducting Complex Framework Materials (C4FMs) As Sulfur Hosts in Lithium – Sulfur Batteries – P. Murugavel Shanthi, P. Jampani Hanumantha (University of Pittsburgh), L. S. Wang (Washington University in St. Louis), B. Gattu (Dept of Chemical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh), M. K. Datta, O. I. Velikokhatnyi, and P. N. Kumta (Department of Bioengineering, University of Pittsburgh) Oxygen Evolution and Its Effect on the Cycling Stability of LiNixMnyCozO2 (NMC) Cathode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries – R. Jung (Technical University of Munich), M. Metzger (Technische Universität München), F. Maglia (BMW Group), C. Stinner (BMW AG), and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich) Local Variation in Microstructure Causes Heterogeneity in the Conductivity of Commercial Lithium-Ion Cathode Films – J. E. Vogel, D. V. Clement, E. Hardy, B. A. Mazzeo, and D. R. Wheeler (Brigham Young University) Crystalline Porous Materials and Their Applications in Electrochemical Energy Storage Devices: Lithium Batteries and Li-Sulfur Batteries – Z. Zhang (Nagoya University), K. Awaga (RCMS Nagoya Univ.), and Y. Wu (Nagoya University) LiPF6 as Effective Etching Agent of LiMnPO4 colloidal Nanocrystals for High Rate Li-Ion Battery Cathodes – S. Monaco, L. Chen, E. Dilena (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia), A. Paolella (Institut de Recherche d’HydroQuébec (IREQ)), G. Bertoni (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia), A. Ansaldo (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Graphene Labs), M. Colombo (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Chemistry Department), S. Marras, B. Scrosati (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia), and L. Manna (Italian Institute of Technology)

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Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Grand Salon B - Section 12, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Vanadium Systems – 08:15 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Trung Van Nguyen and Jean St-Pierre 08:15 08:20 143

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Welcoming Remarks A Flow through Porous Electrode Cell Design for the All Vanadium Redox Flow Battery – J. Li, D. Fofana, F. Shakeri Hosseinabad, and E. P. L. Roberts (University of Calgary) Ageing and Degradation Effects Observed in Carbon Felts Used As Electrodes in Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries – C. Roth, I. Derr, A. Fetyan, K. Schutjajew, J. Schweer, J. Schneider, and M. Schnucklake (Freie Universitaet Berlin) Conductive Membrane Coatings for High Rate Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries – A. Shah and Y. L. Joo (Cornell University) Effect of Additives on the Kinetics of Precipitation of VV from Catholytes in Vanadium Flow Batteries – D. Oboroceanu, N. Quill, C. Lenihan, D. Ní Eidhin, S. P. Albu, R. P. Lynch (Department of Physics and Energy, University of Limerick), and D. N. Buckley (Dept. of Chem. Eng., Case Western Reserve University) Break Effect of Carbon Electrode Surface on Vanadium Flow Battery (VFB) Kinetics – M. Al-Hajji Safi (Department of Physics and Energy, University of Limerick), A. Bourke (School of Engineering, Waterford Institute of Technology, Department of Physics and Energy, University of Limerick), S. P. Albu, S. Al Shehri (Department of Physics and Energy, University of Limerick), D. N. Buckley (Department of Physics and Energy, University of Limerick, Dept. of Chem. Eng., Case Western Reserve University), and R. P. Lynch (Department of Physics and Energy, University of Limerick) Effect of Interdigitated Flow Field Geometry on Redox Flow Cell Performance – M. R. Gerhardt, A. A. Wong, and M. J. Aziz (Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences) Electrode Materials for the All Vanadium Redox Flow Battery Using Mixed Acid Electrolyte – J. Li, D. Fofana, X. Li, E. El Sawy (University of Calgary), V. Birss (Department of Chemistry, University of Calgary), F. Shakeri Hosseinabad, and E. P. L. Roberts (University of Calgary) High Performance, Dual-Scale Porous Carbon Electrodes for Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries – X. Zhou, Y. Zeng, H. Jiang, Y. Ren, and T. Zhao (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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Improvement of Performance By Using Catalytically Etched  Carbon Paper As  Electrode for Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries – S. Abbas (Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea University of Science and Technology), J. Hwang (Korea Institute of Sceince and Technology), S. Mehboob (Korea University of Science and Technology, Korea Institute of Science and Technology), H. J. Shin, and H. Y. Ha (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) Passive Mitigation of Capacity Decay in Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries through Asymmetric Cell Configuration – Y. Ashraf Gandomi (Dep. of Mechanical Engineering, University of Tennessee), J. Houser, D. Aaron, and M. M. Mench (University of Tennessee) Water-Activated Graphite Felt As a HighPerformance Electrode for Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries – C. H. Wang, D. M. Kabtamu, J. Y. Chen, and Y. C. Chang (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology)

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Battery Grand Salon D - Section 24, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Progress in Anodes 1 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Alexander F. Chadwick and Xiulei Ji 08:00

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A New Cathode Material for PotassiumIon Batteries – H. Kim, J. C. Kim, S. H. Bo (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), T. Shi (University of California, Berkeley), and G. Ceder (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley) Fluid Transport Properties from 3D Tomographic Images of Electrospun Carbon Electrodes for Flow Batteries – M. D. R. Kok, J. T. Gostick (McGill University), P. R. Shearing, and R. Jervis (University College London) Light-Weight and Corrosion-Resistant Current Collector for Aqueous Li-Ion Batteries – S. Gheytani (University of Houston) Development of Intermediate Temperature Sodium Nickel Chloride Rechargeable Batteries: Polymer Seals and Cathode Formula – 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) From the Junkyard to the Power Grid: Ambient Processing of Scrap Metals into Nanostructured Electrodes for Ultrafast Rechargeable Batteries – A. S. Westover (Vanderbilt University, Oak Ridge National Laboratory), N. Muralidharan, H. Sun, N. Galioto, R. E. Carter, A. P. Cohn, L. Oakes, and C. L. Pint (Vanderbilt University) Development of Bifunctional Catalysts/ Electrodes for Rechargeable Zn-Air Batteries in Alkaline and Near-Neutral Electrolyte – K. Jayasayee (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), C. Bathgate, R. Oates (University of St Andrews), S. M. Hanetho, J. R. Tolchard (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), L. Colmenares (IK4-CIDETEC), S. LabonnoteWeber (Ceramic Powder Technology AS), A. Kube (German Aerospace Center), and M. Juel (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Advanced Catalysts Used in Redox Flow Batteries – B. Li, Z. Nie (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), J. Kizewski (pacific northwest national lab), W. Duan, W. Wang (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR)), D. Reed, and V. Sprenkle (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

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Intermetallic Li-Anode Alloys Based on Cu, Sb and Sn – A. Beutl, S. Fuertauer, P. Berger (University of Vienna), D. Li, D. M. Cupid (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAM-AWP), and H. Flandorfer (University of Vienna) Development of Novel Intermetallic Anode Materials for Improved Li-Ion Batteries – T. L. Reichmann, D. Li, P. Gotcu-Freis, W. Zhang, H. J. Seifert, and D. M. Cupid (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAM-AWP) Molecular Design of Conjugated Lithium Carboxylates As Negative Electrodes for Lithium-Ion Battery – A. Thiam (LRCSCNRS), S. Toumieux (LG2A-UPJV), C. Frayret (LRCS-UPJV), and M. Becuwe (Laboratoire de Réactivité et Chimie des Solides, UMR 7314, Institut de Chimie de Picardie, FR CNRS 3085) Cu-Sb Alloys As Electrode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries; Thermodynamics, Electrochemistry and Structural Aspects – A. Beutl, H. Flandorfer (University of Vienna), and H. S. Effenberger (Universtiy of Vienna, Mineralogy and Crystallography) Quantifying Contributions to Reversible and Irreversible Capacities of Silicon Electrodes – D. Y. W. Yu and P. K. Lee (City University of Hong Kong) Break Design Principles of Non-Graphitic Carbon Electrodes for Energy Storage – Z. Li, C. Bommier, Z. Jian, and X. Ji (Oregon State University) Pre-Lithiation Treatment of Carbon Anodes Loaded with Different Li-Source Structures – A. Shellikeri (Florida State University), V. G. Watson, D. L. Adams (Florida A&M University), E. E. Kalu (Florida A&M University - Florida State University COE), and J. P. Zheng (Florida State University) Effect of Material Anisotropy on the Mechanical Response of Protective Layers for Lithium Metal Anodes – A. F. Chadwick and K. Thornton (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, University of Michigan) Performances and Gassing Behavior of Mixed Ti/Nb Oxides As High Potential Li-Ion Anodes – J. F. Colin, L. Buannic, M. Chapuis (Université Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LITEN), and M. Chakir (Renault S.A.) New Intermetallic Anode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries: Experimental Investigation of the Cu-Li-Sn System – S. Fuertauer (University of Vienna, Inorg. Chemistry-Mater. Chemistry) and H. Flandorfer (University of Vienna) 69

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Grand Salon D - Section 21, Hilton New Orleans Riverside Fundamental Studies 1 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Yu Zhu and Alevtina Smirnova

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The Benefit of an Integrative, Multiscale (Molecular- to Meso-Scale) Perspective for the Investigation of Energy Storage Materials – A. C. Marschilok, K. J. Takeuchi, and E. S. Takeuchi (Stony Brook University) In-Situ neutron Diffraction and Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy to Examine Aging of Lithium Ion Batteries – J. Wandt (Technische Universität München), N. Paul, S. Seidlmayer (TU München, MLZ, Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum), S. Schebesta (VW-VM Forschungsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG), M. Mühlbauer (Institute for Applied Materials (IAM), KIT, Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum (MLZ), TU München), O. Dolotko (Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum (MLZ), TU München), P. Jakes (Forschungszentrum Jülich), R. A. Eichel (Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany), J. Granwehr (RWTH Aachen University), H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich), and R. Gilles (TU München, MLZ, Heinz MaierLeibnitz Zentrum) Electrode Surface Chemical Effects on Lithium Ion Intercalation: Insights from FirstPrinciples Simulations – T. A. Pham, M. T. Ong, K. Kweon, A. Samanta, V. Lordi, and J. E. Pask (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) Unlocking Insights into Battery Systems: A Data Science Approach to Impedance Analysis – M. D. Murbach and D. T. Schwartz (University of Washington) Strain Engineering to Control the Electrochemistry of Battery Electrodes – N. Muralidharan, C. Brock, G. Walker, and C. L. Pint (Vanderbilt University) Break A Better Understanding of Batteries: Manufacturing and Simulation of Li-Ion Cells – S. Chepyala, P. L. Moss, and M. H. Weatherspoon (Florida A&M University Florida State University) Thermodynamic Investigations and Modeling of Co3O4-Based Conversion Anode Materials – N. A. Mayer, P. Gotcu-Freis, D. M. Cupid, and H. J. Seifert (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAM-AWP) Computationally Driven Oxygen Stabilization By Cation Substitution in Lithium-Rich Cathode Material – T. A. Wynn, C. Fang (University of California, San Diego), M. Zhang (University of California San Diego), H. Liu, D. M. Davies (University of California, San Diego), and Y. S. Meng (University of California - San Diego)

Using Simulations to Probe the Physics of Transport and Phase Change in Model Cathode Materials – N. W. Brady, K. W. Knehr (Columbia University), Q. Zhang (Stony Brook Univesity), A. C. Marschilok, K. J. Takeuchi, E. S. Takeuchi (Stony Brook University), and A. C. West (Columbia University) Optimizing Battery Design for Fast Charging through a Genetic Algorithm Based MultiObjective Optimization Framework – C. Liu and L. Liu (The University of Kansas) Towards a More Realistic Model: Variational Multiscale Modeling of Lithium-Ion Battery – M. Moradi and L. Liu (The University of Kansas)

Grand Salon D - Section 24, Hilton New Orleans Riverside Progress in Cathodes 1 – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Matthieu Saubanere and Gary Koenig 14:00

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Increase in Cycling Stability of Doped Lithium Nickel Manganese Oxide Spinels during Charging Between 2.0 and 5.0 V – A. Höweling (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAM), A. Stoll, H. Geßwein (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAM, Helmholtz Institute Ulm), and J. R. Binder (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAM) High-Voltage High-Power Battery Cathode Based on PF6- Intercalation into Graphite – D. Y. W. Yu, C. Y. Chan, and Z. Xu (City University of Hong Kong) Specific Capacity and Capacity Fading of Interstitial and Substitutional Doping of Li in LiNi0.6Co0.3Ti0.1O2 Nano Cathode Material for High Energy Density Li-Ion Battery – N. Kamarulzaman (Centre for Nanomaterials Research, Institute of Science) and R. Rusdi (Faculty of Applied Sciences,Universiti Teknologi MARA, Centre for Nanomaterials Research,Institute of Science) Cycling Performance of Lithium Iron Sulphate in the Presence of Binders and Carbon Additives – A. Muthiah (School of Materials Science and Engineering, NTU), M. Copley (Johnson Matthey), and M. Srinivasan (Energy Research Institute @ NTU (ERI@N) ,Singapore, School of Materials Science and Engineering, NTU) Iron Oxide Nanosheets As High Performance Cathodes for Lithium-Ion and Sodium-Ion Batteries – S. Niu, F. Godinez-Salomon, and C. Rhodes (Texas State University) Impact of Different Graphite Anodes on the Performance of Lithium-Ion Cells with NiRich NMC Cathodes – C. Mao, M. Wood, R. E. Ruther, L. David, Y. Sheng, and D. L. Wood III (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


Fundamental Studies 2 – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: G. Morell and Yu Zhu 14:00

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Improving the Performance of LiFePO4 Cathode Material By: Finding out an Effective Mixing Ratio for Cathode Slurry and Implementing Calendaring Process – J. J. Khanam (Florida State University), P. L. Moss, and M. H. Weatherspoon (Florida A&M University - Florida State University) Dynamic Pulse Charging Equalization Scheme for Series Connected Cells Using Matlab/Simulink – J. F. Stephens, L. Morris Jr. (Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering), P. L. Moss, and M. H. Weatherspoon (Florida A&M University Florida State University) An Experimental Analysis on the Impacts of Current Pulsing with Varying Current Amplitudes on Lithium Ion Cells – D. R. Rajagopalan Kannan, P. L. Moss, and M. H. Weatherspoon (Florida A&M University Florida State University) Exploring Key Descriptors of Solid Electrolyte Interphase Formation in Lithium Ion Batteries through Atomistic Simulations – M. J. Boyer and G. S. Hwang (University of Texas at Austin) The Effect of Kinetic Nonlinearity on Battery Electrode Design: A Closer Look at Electrode Processes – Y. Qi, J. Chen (University of Washington), C. Pathak (University of Washington, Seattle), D. T. Schwartz (University of Washington), and V. R. Subramanian (Battery Informatics, Inc.) Electroactive Materials Design Strategies Toward Increased Electrical Conductivity: Impact on Electrochemistry – A. C. Marschilok, E. S. Takeuchi, and K. J. Takeuchi (Stony Brook University)

Carbon Nanotubes - From Fundamentals to Devices: In Memory of Mildred Dresselhaus Nanocarbons / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Churchill B1, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

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Carbon Structure Originated Chirality in Carbon Nanotubes – A. R. Harutyunyan (Honda Research Institute USA Inc), N. Pierce, and G. Chen (Honda Research Institute USA Inc.) (Invited) The Evolution of W-Co-C Catalyst during the CVD Growth of Chirality-Selective Growth of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes – S. Maruyama (The University of Tokyo, Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), R. Xiang, H. An, A. Kumamoto, T. Inoue, S. Chiashi, and Y. Ikuhara (The University of Tokyo) Carbon Nanotubes Electrosynthesized from CO2 for Efficient Greenhouse Gas Removal – S. Licht, J. Ren, M. J. Lefler (The George Washington University), M. Johnson, and J. Vicini (George Washington University)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

(Keynote) Carbon Nanotubes ~Controllability of Nanostructure and Applications~ – M. Endo, T. Hayashi, K. Takeuchi, and H. Muramatsu (Shinshu University) (Invited) Controlling Carbon Nanotubes By DNA: From Separation to Assembly – M. Zheng (National Institute of Standards and Technology) (Invited) Facile Isolation of AdsorbentFree Long Semiconducting Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Based on Supramolecular Chemistry – N. Nakashima and F. Toshimitsu (Kyushu University) Spectral Inhomogeneities in Swcnts Sorted By Nonlinear Dgu – Y. Kadria-Vili, S. R. Sanchez, S. M. Bachilo, and R. B. Weisman (Rice University) Displacement Kinetics of Single-Stranded DNA Wrapped Around Carbon Nanotubes – Y. Zheng, S. M. Bachilo, S. R. Sanchez, and R. B. Weisman (Rice University)

Chemistry 1 – 14:00 – 16:40 Chair: Jeffrey A. Fagan 14:00

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(Invited) Tungsten-Based Intermetallic Compound As Catalyst for Structure-Specific Growth of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes – Y. Li and F. Yang (Peking University) Revealling the Structure of Catalyst for Diameter and Chirality Selective Growth of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Directly on SiO2 – R. Xiang, A. Kumamoto, H. An, Y. Ikuhara (The University of Tokyo), and S. Maruyama (Advanced Industrial Science and Technology) Break

(Invited) Energetic Basis of Aqueous-TwoPhase Separation of Single Wall Carbon Nanotube Enantiomers – A. Jagota (Lehigh University) (Invited) Tube^2 – A. Ng and Y. Wang (University of Maryland) Effects of Chemically-Introduced Structures on Near Infrared Photoluminescence of Locally Functionalized Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes – T. Shiraki (Department of Applied Chemistry, Kyushu University, WPII2CNER, Kyushu University), T. Shiraishi, H. Onitsuka (Department of Applied Chemistry, Kyushu University), G. Juhász (Department of Chemistry, Tokyo Institute of Technology), and N. Nakashima (Department of Applied Chemistry, Kyushu University, WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University) Diameter Selective Chemical Doping of Semiconducting Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes – M. Achsnich, M. Deutsch, C. Muetzel, and T. Hertel (Julius-MaximiliansUniversity Wuerzburg)

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Origin of Highly Efficient Iodine Doping in Carbon Nanotubes Studied By Raman Spectroscopy and First-Principles Calculations – A. Zubair (Rice University), D. Tristant, C. Nie (Université Fédérale de Toulouse-MidiPyrénées), D. E. Tsentalovich, R. J. Headrick, M. Pasquali (Rice University), E. Flahaut, M. Monthioux (Université Fédérale de ToulouseMidi-Pyrénées), J. Kono (Rice University), I. Gerber, and P. Puech (Université Fédérale de Toulouse-Midi-Pyrénées) (Invited) Effects of Residual Wrapping Polymer on Charge and Exciton Transport in Semiconducting SWCNT Thin Films – J. L. Blackburn, B. Norton-Baker, I. E. Gould, B. A. MacLeod, Z. R. Owczarczyk, N. J. Stanton, R. Ihly (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), S. K. Doorn (MPA-CINT, Los Alamos National Laboratory), and A. J. Ferguson (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) (Invited) Developments in Modulating Carbon Nanotube Photoluminescence – D. A. Heller (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), J. Budhathoki-Uprety (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), T. V. Galassi, J. D. Harvey (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University), C. P. Horoszko (cornell), P. V. Jena (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), R. E. Langenbacher (Weill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University), D. Roxbury (University of Rhode Island), and R. M. Williams (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center) (Invited) Functionalization of Carbon Nanotubes in a Micellar Environment – G. Delport (Laboratoire Aimé Cotton, ENS Cachan), L. Orcin-Chaix (Aimé Cotton laboratory), S. Campidelli (CEA-Saclay), C. Voisin (Ecole Normale Supérieure), and J. S. Lauret (Laboratoire Aimé Cotton, ENS Paris Saclay)

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(Invited) Endohedral Single Molecule Magnets – T. Greber (Universität Zürich) (Invited) New Developments in Single Molecule Magnetism of Endohedral Metallofullerenes – D. Krylov, C. H. Chen, F. Liu, S. Avdoshenko, A. Brandenburg (IFW Dresden), A. Kostanyan (University of Zürich), T. Greber (Universität Zürich), and A. A. Popov (IFW Dresden) (Invited) Highly Ordered Endohedral Fullerene Derivatives for an Ensemble of Controllable Qubits – K. Porfyrakis (University of Oxford) (Invited) Dielectric Response and Quantum Motion of Lithium Cations Trapped inside Carbon Cages – S. Aoyagi (Nagoya City University)

(Invited) Modification of Lithium-IonContaining [60]Fullerene: Synthesis and Successful Preparation of Each [5,6]- and [6,6]-Isomer – Y. Matsuo (University of Science and Technology of China, The University of Tokyo), H. Okada, H. Ueno (The University of Tokyo), and S. Aoyagi (Nagoya City University) Break

Novel Structures of Fullerenes – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Alan L. Balch and Steven Stevenson 10:00

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Physical and Chemical Properies of Endohedral Fullerenes – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Shangfeng Yang and Luis Echegoyen

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(Invited) Uranium Endohedrals: New Frontiers in Fullerene Chemistry – J. Murillo, W. Cai (Univ. of Texas at El Paso), X. Zhang (Soochow University), D. Najera (Univ. of Teaxs at El Paso), E. L. Romero, C. Suarez, A. J. Metta-Magana (University of Texas at El Paso), N. Chen (Soochow University), and L. Echegoyen (The University of Texas at El Paso) (Invited) Actinide Endohedral Fullerenes: Uranium-Based Systems with Unique Bonding Motifs – L. Echegoyen (The University of Texas at El Paso), W. Cai, J. Murillo (Univ. of Texas at El Paso), N. Chen (Soochow University), D. Najera (Univ. of Teaxs at El Paso), and S. Fortier (Univ. of Texas at El Paso) (Invited) Single Crystal Structures, Unique Bonds, Redox Properties and Photoluminescence Activity of Actinide Endohedral Fullerenes – N. Chen (Soochow University), Y. Wang (Soochow University, Suzhou, Jiangsu, (China)), X. Zhang (Soochow University), L. Echegoyen (The University of Texas at El Paso), and L. Feng (Soochow University) (Invited) High Pressure Measurements of Two Polymorphs of C60.2S8 – M. M. Olmstead (University of California, Davis), K. B. Ghiassi (Air Force Research Laboratory), and C. M. Beavers (Advanced Light Source, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab) (Invited) Molecular-Scale Evidence Provides New Insights into Fullerene Formation Mechanism – L. Feng (Soochow University) (Invited) Synthesis and Structural Elucidation of Y2C2@C2n (2n = 86, 88 and 90) – C. Pan and X. Lu (Huazhong University of Science and Technology)

Structural Characterization of Endohedral Fullerenes – 14:00 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Luis Echegoyen and Alexey A. Popov 14:00

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(Invited) Recent Crystallographic Studies of Endohedral Fullerenes – A. L. Balch (University of California-Davis), M. M. Olmstead (University of California), X. B. Powers, and F. L. Bowles (University of California, Davis) (Invited) Non-IPR Monometallic Clusterfullerenes Entrapping a Nearly Linear Metal Cyanide Cluster – S. Yang (University of Science and Technology of China) (Invited) Stabilization of Giant Fullerenes C2(41)-C90 , D3(85)-C92 , C1(132)-C94 , C2(157)-C96 , C1(175)-C98 , D5(450)-C100 , Cs(574)-C102 and C2(816)-C104 by Encapsulation of a Large La2C2 Cluster – S. Zhao, W. Cai, and X. Lu (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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(Invited) Use of Support-Free Amines to Isolate Larger Cage Endohedral Metallofullerenes – S. Stevenson, H. Thompson, A. Kirkhorn, S. K. Budd, and B. L. Kime (Purdue University - Fort Wayne) (Invited) Isolation and Structural Characterization of Lu2C2n – W. Shen and X. Lu (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) (Invited) Water and Water-Dimer Encapsulations into C70 and C84 – F. Uhlik (Charles University in Prague), Z. Slanina, T. Akasaka, and X. Lu (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) (Invited) Extending the Spiral Algorithm to Non-Classical Isomers and Metallofullerenes – L. H. Gan (Southwest University, China) and P. W. Fowler (University of Sheffield)

Fullerenes - Chemical Functionalization, Electron Transfer, and Theory: In Memory Robert Haddon Nanocarbons Churchill A1, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Chemistry of Nanocarbons 1 – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Nazario Martín and Ángela Sastre-Santos 08:00

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(Invited) Functionalization of Graphene By CVD Using Transition Metal Carbonyls and Their Characterization – K. Vinodgopal (North Carolina Central University), X. You (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill), E. Laws, S. Sendlinger, N. Sciortino, G. Dai (North Carolina Central University), and J. Atkin (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill) (Invited) Effect of Covalent Chemistry on the Electronic Structure and Properties of the Carbon Allotropes – E. Bekyarova, M. Chen, X. Tian, M. Moser, W. Li, G. Li, and M. E. Itkis (University of California, Riverside) (Invited) Synthesis and Characterization of Unprecedented D2h-Symmetrical Trans-1(S,R,R,S-bis-pyrrolidine)-Tetra-malonate Hexakis Adducts of C60 – E. Castro, A. Hernandez (University of Texas at El Paso), K. Azmani (University Rovira i Virgili), S. Liu (University of Texas at El Paso), A. Rodríguez-Fortea, J. M. Poblet (Universitat Rovira i Virgili), and L. Echegoyen (The University of Texas at El Paso) (Invited) Stereodivergent-at-Metal Synthesis of [60]Fullerene Hybrids – S. Vidal, S. Filippone, and N. Martín (Universidad Complutense) (Invited) Polypeptides As Complexing Units – N. Solladie (Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination - CNRS) Break

Chemistry of Nanocarbons 2 – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Nazario Martín and Ángela Sastre-Santos 10:00

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(Invited) Rotaxanes and SWNTs Tie the Knot – E. M. Perez (IMDEA Nanociencia, Madrid, Spain)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

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(Invited) Fullerene Cation-Mediated Demethylation/Cyclization to 5- and 7-Membered Cyclo[60]Fullerene Derivatives – Y. Matsuo (University of Science and Technology of China, The University of Tokyo), K. Ogumi (Tokyo Metropolitan Industrial Technology Research Inst.), H. Okada (The University of Tokyo), and T. Nakagawa (The Univesity of Tokyo) (Invited) Subphthalocyanine-Fullerene Conjugates – T. Torres (Autonoma University of Madrid, IMDEA Nanociencia), G. Zango, V. Mariñas, H. Carrascosa, G. Lavarda, D. P. Medina (Autonoma University of Madrid), N. Muñoz (Autonoma University of Madrid, IMDEA Nanociencia), O. Trukhina (IMDEA Nanociencia, Autonoma University of Madrid), M. S. Rodriguez-Morgade, and M. V. Martínez-Díaz (Autonoma University of Madrid) (Invited) 3D Fullerene - Based Metal Organic Frameworks – C. Suarez (University of Texas at El Paso) and L. Echegoyen (The University of Texas at El Paso) (Invited) Perixanthenoxanthene (PXX) As Molecular Dye for Fullerene-Based Reaction Centers – D. Bonifazi (Cardiff University) (Invited) Multichromophoric PerylenediimideSilicon Phthalocyanine-C60 System As an Artificial Photosynthetic Analogue – Á. Sastre-Santos (Universidad Miguel Hernandez de Elche) and F. D’Souza (University of North Texas)

Nanocarbons Division Richard E. Smalley Research Award Session – 14:00 – 14:40 Co-Chairs: Francis D’Souza and Dirk M. Guldi 14:00

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(Nanocarbons Division Richard E. Smalley Research Award Address) Artificial Photosynthesis Utilizing Nanocarbons – S. Fukuzumi (Ewha Womans University)

Chemistry of Nanocarbons 3 – 14:40 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Francis D’Souza and Dirk M. Guldi 14:40

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(Invited) Electron-Donor Behavior of Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene – L. M. Arellano (Univ. Castilla-la Mancha), M. Barrejon (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha), M. Vizuete (Univ. Castilla-la Mancha), M. J. Gomez-Escalonilla, and F. Langa (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha) (Invited) Electron Donor-Nanocarbon Electron Acceptor Composites Linked with Oligophenylene Bridge – H. Imahori (Kyoto University) (Invited) Axially Assembled Photosynthetic Antenna-Reaction Center Mimics – C. Obondi (University of North Texas), G. N. Lim (Univeristy of North Texas), P. Karr (Wayne State College), M. Pilkington, A. van der Est (Brock University), P. K. Poddutoori (University of Prince Edward Island), and F. D’Souza (University of North Texas)

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(Invited) Tuning Molecular Singlet Fission – Strong Versus Weak Electronic Coupling – D. M. Guldi (Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg) (Invited) Lif As a Surprisingly Non-Innocent Intermediate Layer in Fullerene-Based Electronic Devices – J. C. Hummelen (University of Groningen)

Inorganic/Organic Nanohybrids for Energy Conversion

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(Invited) Plasmonic Enhancement of Singleand Multi-Electron Transfer Reactions on Modified Electrodes – K. Ikeda (Nagoya Institute of Technology) (Invited) Plasmon-Induced Charge Separation and Electric Field Localization – T. Tatsuma, K. Saito, T. Ishida, and H. Nishi (Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo) (Invited) Highly Concentrated CO Evolution for Photocatalytic Conversion of CO2 By H2o As an Electron Donor – K. Teramura (Department of Molecular Engineering, Kyoto University) (Invited) Enhancement of Photocatalytic H2 Evolution Activity of ZnS-AgInS2 Solid Solution Nanocrystals By Controlling Their Shape Anisotropy – T. Torimoto, Y. Kamiya (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University), S. Kuwabata (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University), and T. Kameyama (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University) (Invited) Electronic and Photophysical Properties of Surface-Anchored MetalOrganic Frameworks (SURMOFs) – C. Wöll (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)) Break

Solar Cells 1 – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Hiroshi Imahori and Prashant V. Kamat 10:00

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(Invited) Synthesis of Ordered Semiconductor Nanostructures for Energy Conversion Using Anodic Porous Alumina – H. Masuda, T. Kondo, and T. Yanagishita (Tokyo Metropoliatn University) (Invited) Energy and Information Conversion Assisted By Electric Double Layers at LiquidSolid Nano-Interfaces – K. Awaga (Nagoya University) (Invited) Controlling Solution Chemistry from Lab-Scale Spin Coating to Scalable Deposition for High-Performance Perovskite Solar Cells – K. Zhu (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) Effects of Regioisomers in Fullerene Derivatives on Photovoltaic Properties of Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells – H. Imahori (Kyoto University) (Invited) An Investigation into the Local Optical and Electrical Response of Hybrid Perovskites for Solar Cell Applications – S. Draguta (University of Notre Dame) and M. Kuno (university of notre dame)

Perovskite Solar Cells. Excited State Chemistry of Lead Halide Hybrid Perovskites – P. V. Kamat, A. Mucunguzi (University of Notre Dame), J. Hoffman, and S. Yoon (Univ of Notre Dame)

Solar Cells 2 – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Istvan Robel and Takashi Sagawa 14:00

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Nanocarbons / Energy Technology Churchill C1, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Photoelectrochemistry – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Tsukasa Torimoto and Christof Wöll 08:00

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(Invited) Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Solar Cells with Antimony Sulfide-Metal Composites – M. Yukawa, A. Hayakawa (Sekisui Chemical Co., Ltd.), and T. Sagawa (Kyoto University) (Invited) Push-Pull P-Extended porphyrins As Sensitizer for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells – H. Wang (Univeristy of North Texas), R. G. Jinadasa, Y. Hu, M. Thomas, F. D’Souza, and S. Yellappa (University of North Texas) (Invited) Inorganic Solid-State Solar Cells Using Plasmon-Induced Charge Separation – T. Oshikiri, X. Shi, K. Ueno (Hokkaido University), and H. Misawa (Hokkaido University, National Chiao Tung University) (Invited) Effects of Composition and Doping on the Optoelectronic Properties of Lead Halide Perovskite Nanocrystals – I. Robel, N. S. Makarov, W. Liu, S. Guo, J. M. Pietryga, and V. I. Klimov (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Improved Performance and Stability of Inverted Planar Perovskite Solar Cells Using New Fullerene Layers – E. Castro, G. Zavala, O. Fernandez (University of Texas at El Paso), and L. Echegoyen (The University of Texas at El Paso) Excitonic Properties of 3D Hybrid Organic-Perovskites – J. S. Lauret, H. Diab (Laboratoire Aimé Cotton, ENS Paris Saclay), G. Allard (Laboratoire Aiomé Cotton, CNRS), D. Garrot (GEMAC, UVSQ), F. Lédée, and E. Deleporte (Laboratoire Aimé Cotton, ENS Paris Saclay)

Corrosion General Session

Corrosion Grand Salon D - Section 22, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Light Alloys: Corrosion and Protection 1 – 08:20 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Sannakaisa Virtanen and Yoshinao Hoshi 08:20 08:30 928

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Welcoming Remarks Tailoring the Corrosion Behavior of Biodegradable Mg Alloys By Surface Modification – S. Virtanen (University of Erlangen) Study of Transport Properties of Polyelectrolyte-Cellulose Acetate Membranes – J. Hakanpää, K. Yliniemi, B. P. Wilson (Aalto University), F. Singer, S. Höhn (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität ErlangenNürnberg), E. Kontturi (Aalto University), and S. Virtanen (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg) Deposition of Ultrathin Cellulose Nanofibers Films As Bio-Implant Corrosion Coatings – B. P. Wilson, N. Paukkonen, K. Yliniemi (Aalto University), M. Hakalahti, T. Tammelin (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland), E. Kontturi, and M. Lundström (Aalto University) Break

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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In-Situ Determination of Hydrogen Evolution Rate on Mg and Mg Alloy during Anodic Dissolution By Gas-Chromatographic Analysis – Y. Hoshi, R. Takemiya, I. Shitanda, and M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science) Initial Corrosion Study of Magnesium Alloys in Simulated Body Fluid By SECM – E. Mena Morcillo, L. P. Veleva (CINVESTAV, Merida, Applied Physics Department), and D. O. Wipf (Mississippi State University) Microstructural Evolution during Friction Stir Spot Welding of AZ31 and Its Effect on the Corrosion Resistance of the Joint – Y. Savguira, T. H. North, and S. J. Thorpe (University of Toronto) Corrosion Resistance of LZ91 Magnesium Alloy with a Permanganate Conversion Coating and Electroless Ni-P Plating – S. Y. Jian, K. L. Chang (National Defense University), J. K. Chang, C. S. Lin (National Taiwan University), and M. D. Ger (National Defense University) Effect of Isothermal Oxidation and Sol-Gel Thin Film Formation on Corrosion Behaviour of AZ31 and AZ61 Commercial Magnesium Alloys – F. R. García-Galván (Centro Nacional de Investigacones Metalúrgicas (CSIC)), L. Diaz (Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Metalúrgicas, CSIC, Universidad Simon Bolivar, Caracas, Venezuela), A. A. El hadad (Physics Department, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt, Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Metalúrgicas, CSIC), V. Barranco (Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid, CSIC), I. Llorente (Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Metalúrgicas, CSIC), A. Jiménez-Morales (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), S. Feliu Jr., and J. C. Galvan (Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Metalúrgicas (CSIC))

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Emerging Materials for Post CMOS Devices/Sensing and Applications 8 Dielectric Science and Technology / Sensor / Nanocarbons Norwich, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Graphene and 2D Materials in Electronics – 08:35 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Stefan DeGendt and Zia Karim 08:35 08:40 987

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Impedance Measurements to Monitor Concrete Degradation and Rebar Corrosion – M. Itagaki, T. Okamoto, H. Tokieda, Y. Hoshi, I. Shitanda, and Y. Kato (Tokyo University of Science) A New Reactive-Transport Modeling Framework for Simulating Pore Solution Chemistry at Localized Imperfections Along Steel-Concrete Interface – B. Isgor and V. Jafari Azad (Oregon State University) Membrane-Based Electrochemical Sensor for Corrosion Monitoring in Natural Gas Pipelines – J. Beck (The Pennsylvania State University), M. Ziomek-Moroz (National Energy Technology Laboratory), and S. N. Lvov (The Pennsylvania State University) Benefits of Coupling of Electrochemical Technique with Either IR, Raman or AFM Technique in the Corrosion Investigation – A. K. Surca, A. Kreta, M. Mihelčič (National Institute of Chemistry), M. Gaberscek (Faculty of Chemistry and Chem. Tech. Ljubljana), and M. Rodošek (National Institute of Chemistry)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Microelectrodes As Effective Tools to Evaluate Biodiesel Corrosiveness By Electrochemical Techniques – B. Sanabria (Politecnico di Milano) and I. Aoki (Universidade de Sao Paulo)

Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Graphene Synthesis and Transfer Improvements for Applications in the Semiconductor Industry – S. Brems, K. Verguts, N. Vrancken, C. Porret, C. Huyghebaert (Imec vzw), K. Schouteden, C. Van Haesendonck (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven), and S. De Gendt (Imec vzw) (Invited) Switchable White Graphene: Electrochemistry of the Boron Nitride Nanomesh – S. F. L. Mertens (KU Leuven, TU Wien) Intermission (Invited) Electronics in Flatland – S. K. Banerjee (University of Texas, Austin) (Invited) Energy Efficient Transistors with 2D Materials – R. Rahman, H. Ilatikhameneh, T. Ameen, and G. Klimeck (Purdue University) (Invited) MOCVD of 2D Nanomaterials for Next-Generation Electronic and Optoelectronic Devices – M. Heuken (AIXTRON SE, GaN Device Technology, RWTH Aachen University), M. Marx, H. Kalisch, and A. Vescan (GaN Device Technology, RWTH Aachen University) (Invited) Two-dimensional Emerging Devices and Switches – R. Ge (University of Texas -Austin), X. Wu (The University of Texas at Austin), J. Lee (University of Texas -Austin), and D. Akinwande (The University of Texas at Austin)

Dielectric Science and Technology Division Thomas D. Callinan Award Session – 14:00 – 14:50 Co-Chairs: Durgamadhab Misra and Yaw S. Obeng 14:00

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Resistive Switching Devices – 14:50 – 16:10 Co-Chairs: Deji Akinwande and Hiroshi Iwai 14:50

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(Invited) Synaptic Plasticity in a Memristive Device below 500mV – S. R. Nandakumar and B. Rajendran (New Jersey Institute of Technology) (Invited) Phase Change Materials-based Synaptic Devices for Energy Efficient Implementation of Learning in Hardware – Y. Shi and D. Kuzum (University of California, San Diego)

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Effect of Resistive Switching-Layer OxygenConcentration on Nonvolatile Memory Characteristics for Carbon-Oxide Based Reram – S. M. Jin, K. H. Kwon, D. W. Kim, H. J. Kim, D. J. Kim, and J. G. Park (Hanyang University)

Plasma Nano Science and Technology Dielectric Science and Technology Trafalgar, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

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Multiscale Modeling, Simulation, and Design Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Energy Technology Prince of Wales, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Multiscale Modeling, Simulation, and Design 1 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: John N. Harb, Scott Calabrese Barton, Gerardine G. Botte, Luis A. Diaz and Venkat R. Subramanian 08:00

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Materials Design By Atmospheric Pressure Plasmas for Solar Energy Harvesting – D. Mariotti (Ulster University) (Invited) Microplasmas Technologies for Engineering of Silicon Based Quantum Dot Solar Cells – V. Svrcek (AIST) Break (Invited) Plasma Assisted Glancing Angle Deposition of Transparent and Conductive in-Plane Anisotropic ITO Thin Films – J. Parra-Barranco, J. R. Sanchez-Valencia, F. J. Aparicio, F. Garcia-Garcia, V. Rico, C. LopezSantos, A. Borras, A. R. Gonzalez-Elipe, and A. Barranco (ICMS-CSIC-US) (Invited) Engineering Strategies for the Industrial-Scale Production of Readily Deployable Renewable Energy Devices – S. Vaddiraju (Department of Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University) (Invited) Rare Earth Doped Light Emitting Thin Film Materials for Silicon Photonics – J. D. B. Bradley (McMaster University) Luminescent Si-Based Nanostructures Fabricated By Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapour Deposition Techniques – Z. Khatami, J. W. Miller, J. Wojcik, and P. Mascher (McMaster University) (Invited) Synthesis of Nanoparticles Using Low Temperature Plasmas and Its Application to Solar Cells and Tracers in Living Body – K. Koga, H. Seo, N. Itagaki, and M. Shiratani (Kyushu University)

Plasma Nano Science and Technology 2 – 14:00 – 15:40 Co-Chairs: Mahendra Kumar Sunkara, Uros Cvelbar and Peter Mascher 14:00

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(Invited) Advanced Plasma Etching Processing: Atomic Layer Etching for Nanoscale Devices – T. Tsutsumi (Nagoya University), M. Zaitsu, A. Kobayashi, N. Kobayashi (ASM Japan K. K.), and M. Hori (Nagoya University) High-Rate Etching of Copper By HighPressure Hydrogen-Based Plasma – H. Ohmi, H. Kakiuchi, K. Yasutake (Dept. of Precision Science & Technology, Osaka University), and Y. Kubota (Tokyo Electron Limited) Nanoscale Spin-Transfer Torque Mram Etching Using Various Gases – K. C. Yang, H. S. Lee, and G. Y. Yeom (SungKyunKwan University) Investigation on Crack Suppression by Thermal-Plasma-Jet Crystallization of Amorphous Silicon Films on Flexible Glass Substrate – T. Hieda, H. Hanafusa, and S. Higashi (Hiroshima University)

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Multi-Scale Modeling of Cathode Performance in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs) – H. Geisler, J. Joos, A. Weber, and E. Ivers-Tiffée (IAM-WET, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)) The Investigation of Flow Channel Design on the Performance of PEM Fuel Cell – G. Wei (Shanghai Jiao Tong University), C. Wang (Institute of Fuel Cells,Shanghai Jiao Tong University), C. Jiang, and J. Zhang (Shanghai Jiao Tong University) Microscopy Supported Multi-Scale Modeling of PEM Fuel Cells – A. M. V. Putz (AFCC Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.), S. Zhang (DigiM Solution LLC), J. Jankovic, D. Susac (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.), M. Sabharwal, and M. Secanell (University of Alberta) Structure of Polymerized Ionic Liquids from Neutron Scattering Perspective – H. Liu (University of Tennessee, Knoxville) and S. Paddison (University of Tennessee) Kinetic Monte Carlo Simulation of Substrate Channeling Via Electrostatic Interactions – Y. Liu and S. Calabrese Barton (Michigan State University) Break Exploring the Impedance Signatures of Electrochemical/Mechanical Transport Coupling in Concentrated Liquid Electrolytes – P. Goyal and C. W. Monroe (Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford) Using Data Science to Improve Battery Performance: How Data Analytics Can Help Drive Design and Use Decisions – N. Dawson-Elli (University of Washington, Seattle) and V. R. Subramanian (Battery Informatics, Inc.) Hybrid Vehicle Battery Pack Useful Life Simulation – X. N. Duan (Ford Motor) Time Stepping Methods and Solvers for Battery Models – J. Chen, Y. Qi (University of Washington), M. Pathak (Battery Informatics, Inc., University of Washington, Seattle), S. Kolluri (University of Washington), C. Pathak (University of Washington, Seattle), V. Ramadesigan (Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay), and V. R. Subramanian (University of Washington, Seattle) A Mobility Evaluation Method of Strong Electrolytes with an Accurate Low-Frequency Measurement – K. C. Ho, V. C. Su, J. H. Ye, and C. H. Kuan (Graduate Institute of Electronics Engineering, NTU) Direct and Efficient Simulation of Battery Models for Standalone PV-Battery Microgrids – S. B. Lee (University of Washington, Seattle), V. Ramadesigan (Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay), W. Gao (University of Denver), and V. R. Subramanian (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, University of Washington, Seattle) Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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Data Science Tools for Incorporating PhysicsBased Models into Analysis of Impedance Spectra – M. D. Murbach and D. T. Schwartz (University of Washington) Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Lithium Ion Transport through Solid Electrolyte Interface Layer – M. Chaudhari, S. Rempe (Sandia National Laboratories), L. R. Pratt, and A. Muralidharan (Tulane University) 3D Microscopic Simulation of Mediator Supercapacitors – Y. Wang, C. Zhang, X. Qiao, and X. Zhou (University of Miami) The Electrochemical Reduction of Organic Acids on Anatase-Type TiO2 Nanoparticles – a Theoretical Approach – G. Juhasz (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Atomistic Simulations of Ionic Liquid and Polymer Electrolytes: From Bulk Phases to Interfacial Behavior – J. W. Lawson and J. B. Haskins (NASA Ames Research Center) Ab Initio Simulation and Analysis of the Charge Couples in Rechargeable Batteries and Supercapacitors – X. Zhou and Y. Wang (University of Miami) Break Revealing SEI Morphology: A Novel Modelling Approach – F. Single (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), German Aerospace Center (DLR)), B. Horstmann (German Aerospace Center (DLR), Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)), and A. Latz (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), University of Ulm) A Reaction-Diffusion Phase-Field Model and Its Application to Lithiated SeleniumDoped Germanium Electrodes – X. Wang (Mississippi State University), L. Zhu (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis), C. B. Mullins, M. Meyerson (University of Texas at Austin), and L. Chen (The Mississippi State Univerisity) Predicting the Electrochemical Stability of Core-Shell Catalysts from First Principles – S. E. Weitzner and I. Dabo (The Pennsylvania State University) Understanding the Effects of Defects on Phase Transformation Kinetics in Olivine LiFePO4 Particles – L. Hong (Rice University), L. Li (University of Wisconsin-Madison), S. Jin (Department of Chemistry, UW-Madison), and M. Tang (Rice University) Simulation of the Impact of the Loss of Contact Area in All-Solid-State Battery – H. K. Tian and Y. Qi (Michigan State University)

Processes at the Semiconductor Solution Interface 7 Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology / Electrodeposition / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Churchill C2, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

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Water Splitting and Solar Fuel 1 – 10:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Colm O’Dwyer and Arnaud Etcheberry 10:00

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

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

(Invited) Design Considerations for FullyIntegrated Photoelectrochemical Devices – K. T. Fountaine (California Institute of Technology, NG Next, Northrop Grumman) (Invited) Engineering Surface Structures and Energetics of α-Fe2O3 and p-Si for Efficient Solar Water Splitting – S. Shen (Xi’an Jiaotong University) (Invited) Chemical and Photochemical Transformations of Bismuth Vanadate and Catalyst Integration for Stable Photoanodes – G. Liu, I. D. Sharp, and F. M. Toma (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Band Alignment at n-GaN/Electrolyte Interface Explored By Photo-Induced Offset of Open-Circuit Potential for Efficient Water Splitting – Y. Imazeki, Y. Iwai, A. Nakamura, K. Koike (School of Engineering, Univ. Tokyo), S. I. Sato, T. Ohshima (Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Sci. Technol.), K. Fujii (Univ. Kitakyushu), M. Sugiyama, and Y. Nakano (School of Engineering, Univ. Tokyo)

Semiconductor-solution Interfaces 1 – 13:10 – 15:50 Co-Chairs: Andrew Campion Hillier and Colm O’Dwyer 13:10

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(Invited) Concepts of the Solid-Electrolyte Phase Boundary: Experimental Evidence and Resulting Devices – H. J. Lewerenz (California Institute of Technology, Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis) (Invited) Chemically Modified Semiconductor Photoelectrodes – S. Maldonado (University of Michigan) Indium Phosphide Surface Modifications By Electrochemistry and Ionic Sputtering – D. Aureau, M. Frégnaux, A. M. Gonçalves, and A. Etcheberry (Institut Lavoisier de Versailles) (Invited) Latest Status of Semiconductor Electrodeposition – D. Lincot (IRDEP, CNRS) Watching Electrochemical Topography Change with Fast, High-Resolution Scanning Probe Microscopy – N. D. Kirchhofer, R. Proksch, and I. Revenko (Oxford Instruments Asylum Research)

Silicon Compatible Materials, Processes, and Technologies for Advanced Integrated Circuits and Emerging Applications 7 Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology Churchill B2, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

G02 Keynote – 08:30 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Fred Roozeboom, Kuniyuki Kakushima, Hemanth Jagannathan and P. J. Timans 08:30 08:40 1251

Electronics and Photonics Division Award Session – 08:40 – 10:00 Chair: M. E. Overberg 08:40

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Vlsi-CMOS Device Technology Scaling Landscape Based on Fully-Depleted SOI and 3D-Finfet Technologies for the Internet of Everything Era – J. Hoentschel (Globalfoundries LLC) Break

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Multiscale Modeling, Simulation, and Design 2 – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: John N. Harb, Scott Calabrese Barton, Gerardine G. Botte, Luis A. Diaz and Venkat R. Subramanian


FEOL Materials and Process Technology – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Hemanth Jagannathan and Fred Roozeboom 10:00

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(Invited) Gate-All-Around Transistors Based on Vertically Stacked Si Nanowires – H. Mertens, R. Ritzenthaler, A. Y. Hikavyy, M. S. Kim, Z. Tao, T. Schram, E. Kunnen, L. Å. Ragnarsson, H. F. W. Dekkers, T. Hopf, K. Devriendt, D. Tsvetanova, S. A. Chew, Y. Kikuchi, E. Van Besien, E. Rosseel, G. Mannaert, A. De Keersgieter, A. Chasin, S. Kubicek, A. Dangol, S. Demuynck, K. Barla, D. Mocuta, and N. Horiguchi (imec) (Invited) Challenges for Ion Implantation in Power Device Processing – W. Schustereder (Infineon Technologies Austria AG) Understanding the Defects That Contribute to Time Dependent Dielectric Breakdown Acceleration in TiN/ZrO2/Al2O3/p-Ge Gate Stacks – Y. Ding, D. Misra (New Jersey Institute of Technology), K. Tapily (TEL Technology Centre, America, LLC), R. D. Clark (TEL Technology Center, America, LLC), S. Consiglio (TEL Technology Center), C. S. Wajda, and G. J. Leusink (TEL Technology Center, America, LLC) Argon Annealed ALD-ZrO2/Sion Gate Stack for Advanced CMOS Devices – R. Vaid (University of Jammu), D. Saikia (Sibsagar College, Joysagar, Assam, India), and R. Gupta (University of Jammu)

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(Invited) Contacts in Advanced CMOS: History and Emerging Challenges – C. Lavoie (IBM Research) MIS(p) Saturation Tunneling Current Controlled By Neighboring MIS Inversion Level Via Coupling Effect – M. H. Yang and J. G. Hwu (National Taiwan University) MOL Cobalt CMP Development for 7nm Logic Device – C. Wu (GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc), J. H. Han (GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc.), X. Shi, D. R. Koli, and D. Penigalapati (GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc) Rearrangement of Fringing Field By Sidewall Passivated Metal Gate in MIS Tunnel Diode – C. J. Chou and J. G. Hwu (National Taiwan University)

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) The III-Nitrides As the Universal Compound Semiconductor Material – I. Ferguson (Missouri Science and Technology) and N. Lu (Purdue Unniversity) (Invited) GaN-on-Diamond Electronics: The Next Generation Microwave Technology – M. Kuball (University of Bristol) (Invited) AlN and Scaln Contour Mode Resonators for RF Filters – M. D. Henry (Sandia National Laboratories), R. Timon (Sandia National Labs), C. Nordquist, and B. Griffin (Sandia National Laboratories)

(Invited) Toward GaN-Based Red LEDs: The Influence of Local and Extended Defect Environments on the Optical and Material Properties of GaN:Eu – B. Mitchell (West Chester University), V. Dierolf (Lehigh University), and Y. Fujiwara (Osaka University) (Invited) Development of Periodically Oriented Gallium Nitride for Frequency Conversion – J. K. Hite, J. A. Freitas, M. A. Mastro (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), C. G. Brown (University Research Foundation), J. Leach, K. Udwary (Kyma Technologies, Inc), F. J. Kub (Naval Research Laboratory), S. R. Bowman, and C. R. Eddy Jr. (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory) Normally-Off AlGaN/GaN Mos-Hemts Using ZrO2 Gate Dielectric with Tuneable Charge – T. J. Anderson, V. D. Wheeler (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), D. I. Shahin (University of Maryland), M. J. Tadjer, L. E. Luna (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), A. D. Koehler, K. D. Hobart, F. J. Kub (Naval Research Laboratory), and C. R. Eddy Jr. (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory) Break GaN Based Hydrogen Sensor in Humid Ambient – S. Jung (Dankook University), K. H. Baik (Hongik University), and S. Jang (Dankook University) Recovery of Bias-Stress Ionized Igzo/SiO2 Interface States Via Cryogenic Relaxation – T. Mudgal, A. Bharadwaj, P. Ganesh, E. Powell (Rochester Institute of Technology), R. G. Manley (Corning Incorporated), and K. D. Hirschman (Rochester Institute of Technology)

SiC Material and Devices 1 – 14:00 – 15:20 Co-Chairs: Soohwan Jang and Scott Calabrese Barton 14:00

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Wide Bandgap Semiconductor Materials and Devices 18 Electronics and Photonics / Energy Technology Cambridge, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

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(Invited) Wide Bandgap Analog and MixedSignal IC Design for Advanced Power Electronics – H. A. Mantooth (University of Arkansas) Effect of Boro-Silicate Glass (BSG) Gate Dielectric with Antimony Surface Doping on Channel Transport of 4H-SiC Mosfets – Y. Zheng, T. Isaacs-smith, A. Ahyi (Auburn University), P. Mooney (Simon Fraser University), and S. Dhar (Auburn University) Effect of Reactive Ion Etch on 4H-SiC Mos Capacitor Performances – A. Jayawardena, A. Ahyi, T. Isaacs-smith, and S. Dhar (Auburn University) Break

SiC Material and Devices 2 – 15:20 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Soohwan Jang and Scott Calabrese Barton 15:20

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Angle-Resolved Photoelectron Spectroscopy Studies of Initial Stage of Thermal Oxidation on 4H-SiC (0001) on-Axis and 4° Off-Axis Substrates – H. Arai (Tokyo City University), A. Ishohashi, Y. Sano (Osaka University), and H. Nohira (Tokyo City University)

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Sige Bandgap Tuning for High Speed Eam – L. Mastronardi, M. Banakar, A. Z. Khokhar (University of Southampton), N. Bernier, N. Gambacorti (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA-LETI, MINATEC Campus), G. Z. Mashanovich, and F. Y. Gardes (University of Southampton)

Solid-State Electronics and Photonics in Biology and Medicine 4 Electronics and Photonics / Sensor Eglinton Winton, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Semiconductor-Based Sensors – 08:00 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Toshiya Sakata and Yu-Lin Wang 08:00

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(Invited) Semiconductor-Based Biosensing Technology for Clinical Diagnosis – T. Sakata (The University of Tokyo) (Invited) Application of Extended-Gate FieldEffect Transistor Sensors with Molecularly Imprinted Polymer Recognition Layers for Determination of Renal Dysfunction Biomarkers – Z. Iskierko, P. S. Sharma (Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS), K. Fronc (Institute of Physics PAS), F. D’Souza (University of North Texas), and K. R. Noworyta (Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS) (Invited) Real-Time, Selective Detection of Lead Ions in Water Using a Graphene-Based Field-Effect Transistor Sensing Platform – J. Chen (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) Break (Invited) Nanostructured Heterojunction for Enhanced Gas-Sensing Performance – X. Sun (Soochow University) Blood Based Biomarker Detection Using FET Biosensor: Towards Self-Health Management – I. Sarangadharan, C. P. Hsu, C. H. Chu, A. Regmi, Y. W. Chen, and Y. L. Wang (National Tsing Hua University) Aptamer Functionalized AlGaN/GaN Hemt Biosensor Array for Electrical Enumeration of Circulating Tumor Cells – A. K. Pulikkathodi, I. Sarangadharan, Y. H. Chen, G. B. Lee, and Y. L. Wang (National Tsing Hua University) Characterization of Electrochemically Gated Graphene Field-Effect Transistor for Bioelectronic Applications – S. Asgarifar (Universidade do Algarve, IT-Instituto de Telecomunicações), P. C. Inácio, A. Mestre (University of algarve, IT-Instituto de Telecomunicações), P. Hubbard (University of algarve), J. Borme (INL – International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory), G. Machado Jr. (INL), F. Cerqueira, P. Alpuim (CFUM – Centre of Physics of the University of Minho, INL – International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory), and H. L. Gomes (University of algarve, IT-Instituto de Telecomunicações) DNA Detection Mechanism with AlGaN/GaN High Electron Mobility Transistor (HEMT) Biosensor in High Ionic Strength Solution – Y. W. Chen, C. P. Hsu, I. Sarangadharan, and Y. L. Wang (National Tsing Hua University)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Plasmonic Nanosensors – 13:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Donglei Fan and Jing-Fang Huang 13:00

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(Invited) Plasmon-Enhanced Hybrid Materials for Global Health Solutions – J. J. Urban (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) (Invited) Nanostructured Silicon for Optical Modulation of Biological Systems – B. Tian (the University of Chicago) (Invited) Chiroplasmonic and Chiroexcitonic Assemblies of Nanoparticles – N. Kotov (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor) and W. Feng (University of Michigan) Break (Invited) Surface Plasmon Resonance Sensors for Biomolecular Chirality – M. Liu, F. Lu, Y. Tian, D. Su, and O. Gang (Brookhaven National Laboratory) (Invited) Thin-Film Nanofluidic Devices for Single-Molecule Science:  Electronic, Optical, and Force Sensor Platforms – Y. M. N. D. Y. Bandara, J. C. Whelan, B. I. Karawdeniya, J. W. Nichols, and J. R. Dwyer (University of Rhode Island) Fluid Imbibition-Coulped Laser Interferometry As a Tool for Optical Biosensing with Anodic Aluminum Oxide – J. Ferré-Borrull, C. Eckstein, E. Xifré-Pérez, and L. F. Marsal (Universitat Rovira i Virgili)

Properties and Applications of 2-Dimensional Layered Materials 2 Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology / Nanocarbons Chequers, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Interfaces and Defects – 08:10 – 10:00 Chair: Lain-Jong Li 08:10

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Nylon-Graphene Composite Nonwovens As Monolithic Conductive or Capacitive Fabrics – W. Gao (North Carolina State University) He-Ion Induced Defect Generation and Doping of 2D MoS2 Monolayers – F. Aryeetey, D. Singh, K. Nowlin, and S. Aravamudhan (North Carolina A&T State University) Low Energy Phosphorus Plasma Implantation for Isolation of MoS2 Devices – K. Haynes, R. Murray, X. Zhao (University of Florida), D. Chiappe, S. Sutar, I. Radu (imec), S. Perry (University of Florida), C. Hatem (Applied Materials), and K. S. Jones (University of Florida) Atomic Engineering of Chalcogenide Layer in Transition Metal Chalcogenides – C. W. Yang (KAUST), A. Y. Lu, and L. J. Li (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology) Break

Device and Characterizations 1 – 10:00 – 12:05 Chair: Yu-Lun Chueh 10:00

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Scalable and Self-Aligned Growth of Two-Dimensional Transition Metal Dichalcogenides Lateral Heterojunctions for Optoelectronic Applications – M. Y. Li (Research Center for Applied Sciences, Academia Sinica, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology), J. Pu (Department of Applied Physics, Nagoya University, Japan), J. K. Huang (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology), Y. Miyauchi, K. Matsuda (Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto University), T. Takenobu (Department of Applied Physics, Nagoya University, Japan), and L. J. Li (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology) (Invited) MoS2 Field-Effect Transistors Gated with a Two-Dimensional Electrolyte – J. Liang, K. Xu, and S. Fullerton (University of Pittsburgh) (Invited) Solution Processing and Structural Control of 2D Materials of Bi2Te3, MoS2 and V2O5 and Their Applications – E. Carroll, D. Buckley, D. McNulty (University College Cork), V. Mogili (Brazilian Nanotechnology National Laboratory (LNNano)), S. Moreno (Centro Atómico Bariloche), C. Glynn, G. Collins, J. D. Holmes (University College Cork), K. M. Razeeb (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork), and C. O’Dwyer (University College Cork)

Device and Chracterization 2 – 13:30 – 15:55 Co-Chairs: Ming-Yang Li and Jr-Hau He 13:30

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(Invited) Low-Temperature Growth of Transition Metal Dichalcogenides (TMDs) Layered Materials Toward Phase-Engineered Hybrid Films: From Controllable Growth to Material Characterizations and Device Applications – Y. L. Chueh (Department of MSE, NTHU, Hsinchu, Taiwan.) (Invited) Solution Exfoilated Black Phosphorus and Its Applications – S. P. Lau (The Hong Hong Polytechnic University) and S. Lin (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University) (Invited) Dynamic Bandgap Engineering in 2D Materials for Beyond Boltzmann Devices – S. Das (Pennsylvania State University) Aperiodic Multilayer Graphene Based Tunable and Switchable Thermal Emitter at Mid-Infrared Frequencies – S. Sharifi (Center for Computation and Technology, School of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, LSU), Y. M. Banadaki (Southern University and A&M College - Baton Rouge, Hearne Institute for Theoretical Physics, LSU), C. You, S. Lorenzo (Hearne Institute for Theoretical Physics, Department of Physics and Astronomy, LSU), G. Veronis (Center for Computation and Technology, School of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science,LSU), and J. P. Dowling (Hearne Institute for Theoretical Physics, Department of Physics and Astronomy, LSU) Mechanisms of Hysteresis Generation in Multi-Layered MoS2 Field Effect Transistor – J. Kim (Sungkyunkwan University, Semiconductor R&D Center. Samsung Electronics Co. LTD.), B. Seo, S. Lee, S. Jeong, and Y. Roh (Sungkyunkwan University)

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Materials for Low Temperature Electrochemical Systems 3

Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Grand Salon B - Section 7, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

ORR Electrocatalysts 1 – 08:00 – 12:30 Co-Chairs: Minhua Shao and Peter Strasser 08:00 08:10 1430

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Surface Composition and Structure Controlled High-Performance Electrohemicalcatalysts – Y. Huang, Z. Zhao, M. Li, and X. Duan (University of California Los Angeles) Platinum Monolayer on Ir-Pd-Based Nanoparticles for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – L. Song, M. B. Vukmirovic, and R. R. Adzic (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory) Controlled Synthesis of Ptm (M=transition metal) Alloy Nanostructures Via Organic Solvents As High-Performance Oxygen Reduction Reaction Electrocatalysts – S. Shen (Institute of Fuel Cells,Shanghai Jiao Tong University), G. Wei, Y. Guo, F. Li, and J. Zhang (Shanghai Jiao Tong University) Break (Invited) Advanced Electrocatalysts of Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells – Y. Song (Dalian Unviersity of Technology) Effects of Metal-Doping on the Electrochemical Properties of Ptni Octahedral Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in PEM Fuel Cells – J. Lim, M. Kim, and E. Cho (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Tuning the Electrocatalytic Oxygen Reduction Reaction Activity and Stability of Octahedral Ptni Nanoparticles By Thermal Annealing: An Ex Situ and in Situ study – V. Beermann (Technical University Berlin), 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) Formation and Growth of Hollow Ptni/C Nanocatalysts for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction – T. Asset (LEPMI-Grenoble, Univ. Grenoble Alpes, LEPMI, F-38000 Genoble, France), R. Chattot (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, LEPMI, F-38000 Grenoble, France), J. Drnec (European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF)), P. Bordet (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, Inst. Néel, 38000 Grenoble, France), N. Job (Université de Liège), L. Dubau (Grenoble Alpes University ; CNRS ; LEPMI), and F. Maillard (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, LEPMI, F-38000 Grenoble, France)

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Implementing Structural Defects As a New Direction to Improve the Durability of PtBased/C Nanoparticles – L. Dubau (Grenoble Alpes University ; CNRS ; LEPMI), J. Nelayah (MPQ - Paris), R. Chattot (Grenoble Alpes University ; CNRS ; LEPMI), T. Asset (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, LEPMI, F-38000 Genoble, France), P. Bordet (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, Inst. Néel, 38000 Grenoble, France), J. Drnec (European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF)), and F. Maillard (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, LEPMI, F-38000 Grenoble, France) Unsupported Two-Dimensional Ni-Pt Nanoframes with High Activity and Stability Towards the Oxygen Reduction Reaction – F. F. Godinez and C. Rhodes (Texas State University) Electrochemical Probing on Structural Changes of Surface Composition and Geometry of Ptni Nanoparticles with PtEnriched Surface – T. Y. Jeon (Pohang Accelerator Laboratory), S. K. Kim (Korea Institute of Energy Research), and H. H. Lee (Pohang Accelerator Laboratory)

Energy Technology Division Graduate Student Award Session – 14:00 – 14:40 Co-Chairs: Ping Gao and Iryna V. Zenyuk 14:00

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(Energy Technology Division Graduate Student Award Address) Advanced Water Management in Fuel Cells Using Engineered Gas Diffusion Layers with Patterned Wettability: From Concept to Fuel Cell Application – A. Forner-Cuenca, V. Manzi-Orezzoli, J. Biesdorf, L. Gubler (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute), T. J. Schmidt (Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, ETH Zürich), and P. Boillat (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute)

Fuel Cell Performance 1 – 14:40 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Iryna V. Zenyuk and Ping Gao 14:40

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(Invited) Controlling Fuel Crossover and Hydration in Ultra-Thin Proton Exchange Membrane Based Fuel Cells Using PtNanosheet Catalysts – P. Gao (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) Improvement of Different PEM Fuel Cell Perfromance By Using Graphene Oxide and N-Doped Graphene Produced By Electrochemical Exfoliation of Graphite in the Micro Porous Layer – M. Perez Page, R. Sellin, and S. Holmes (The University of Manchester) Water Management in Low Temperature Fuel Cells through in-Operando X-Ray Computed Tomography – S. J. Normile, O. Calzada (Tufts University), P. Mandal, D. Y. Parkinson (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), X. Xiao (Argonne National Laboratory), A. Z. Weber (JCAP/ESDRD - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and I. V. Zenyuk (Tufts University)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

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Renewable Fuels via Artificial Photosynthesis 2

Energy Technology / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Sensor Grand Salon A - Section 6, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Metal Oxide-Based Photocatalysts and Photoelectrochemical Cells – 08:15 – 12:10 Chair: Nicolas Gaillard 08:15 08:20 1520

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Welcoming Remarks Biogas Upgrading in a 50 Kilowatt Solid Oxide Cells Based Demonstration Plant Design and Operational Experiences Including Strategies to Counteract Degradation – J. B. Hansen (Haldor Topsøe A/S) Investigation on Nitridation Process of SrNbO2N Particles from SrNbO3 for Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting – M. Kodera, J. Seo, M. Katayama, T. Hisatomi, T. Minegishi, and K. Domen (The University of Tokyo) In Situ Investigation of the Interface of Photoanodes and Electrocatalysts in Photoelectrochemical Water Oxidation Using Dual Working Electrode Photoelectrochemistry – J. Qiu, M. R. Nellist, F. A. L. Laskowski, and S. W. Boettcher (University of Oregon) Spinel Ferrites MFe2O4 (M = Cu, Mg, Zn) As Emerging Photoanodes for Water Oxidation: An in-Depth Analysis of the Photoelectrochemical Properties – N. Guijarro, P. Bornoz, M. S. Prévot, X. Yu, M. Johnson, F. Le Formal, and K. Sivula (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne) Break (Invited) Photoelectrochemical Investigation of Rate Limiting Processes and Mechanistic Understanding of Solar Water Oxidation with CuWO4 Photoanodes – T. Hamann (Michigan State University) (Invited) Advancing Design and Discovery of New Materials for Solar Energy Conversion – J. K. Cooper (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, J​ oint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis), C. M. Jiang (​Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, J​ oint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis), and I. D. Sharp (Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) (Invited) Recent Progress in Fundamental Photoelectrochemical Studies Relevant to New Low-Cost Designs for Z-Scheme Solar Water Splitting Reactors – W. Gaieck, K. Tkacz, C. D. Sanborn, Y. Shao, S. Breen, H. Yaghoubi (University of California, Irvine), R. Bala Chandran (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), C. Xiang (California Institute of Technology), A. Z. Weber (JCAP/ESDRD Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and S. Ardo (University of California, Irvine) Correlation of Photocatalytic Activity with Band Structure of Perovskite Lanthanum Titanium Oxide – N. Wu (West Virginia University) Model Study for Photoelectrochemical Methylcyclohexane Production from Toluene and Water Using SrTiO3 Photoanodes – Y. Kageshima (The University of Tokyo), T. Minegishi (The University of Tokyo, JST/ PRESTO), and K. Domen (The University of Tokyo)

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Chalcogenides for Photoelectrochemical Cells – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Huyen N. Dinh and Eric L. Miller

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(Invited) First-Principle Simulations in Chalcopyrite Based Photoelectrode Development – T. Ogitsu, J. Varley (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory), N. Gaillard (University of Hawaii), C. Heske (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), and M. Blum (University of Nevada Las Vegas) (Invited) Catalysts and Interfaces for Hydrogen Production By Solar Photoelectrochemistry – T. F. Jaramillo (Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering) (Invited) Tunable Photoelectrochemical Property of ZnTe-AgInTe2 Solid Solution Nanocrystals in the Near-IR Region – T. Torimoto, K. Sugiura (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University), S. Kuwabata (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University), and T. Kameyama (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University) (Invited) Novel Chalcopyrite Materials for Economical Photoelectrochemical Hydrogen Production – N. Gaillard, A. D. DeAngelis, and K. Horsley (University of Hawaii)

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Energy Technology Division Research Award Session – 11:40 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Scott Calabrese Barton and Andrew M. Herring 11:40

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Opening Lectures – 08:00 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Hui Xu, James M. Fenton and Scott Calabrese Barton 08:00 08:05 1613 08:25

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) H. Russell Kunz: A Perspective on His Early Career – R. Kunz (Self) (Invited) Advancements and Prospects of DOE Fuel Cell Research and Development Activities – D. C. Papageorgopoulos (U.S. Department of Energy) (Invited) Research By Students That Were Inspired By Russ Kunz in High Temperature Pemfcs, DMFCs, Analysis for Polarization Loses and FC Durability – J. M. Fenton (University Central Florida’s Florida Solar Energy Center) and H. R. Kunz (University of Connecticut) Intermission (Invited) The Importance of the Cathode Catalyst Support in the Pursuit of Low-Cost PEM Fuel Cells – W. Gu, A. Kongkanand (General Motors, Fuel Cell Activities), V. Yarlagadda (University of Michigan), P. T. Yu, and M. Mathias (General Motors, Fuel Cell Activities) (Invited) High Temperature Membrane Electrode Assemblies for Intermediate Temperature Fuel Cells: Past, Present, and Future – E. S. De Castro (Advent Technologies, Inc.), B. C. Benicewicz (University of South Carolina), X. Yin, H. T. Chung, and P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

(Energy Technology Division Research Award Address) MEA & DM Characterization/ Optimization for Low Pt Loadings and High Current Densities – A. Orfanidi, C. Simon, G. S. Harzer (Technische Universität München), P. Madkikar (Technical University of Munich), H. A. El-Sayed, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technische Universität München)

Membrane Technologies – 13:25 – 16:30 Co-Chairs: Thomas A. Zawodzinski and Shimshon Gottesfeld

From Electrode to Systems: Invited Perspectives and Tutorials on Fuel Cell Technology in Memory of H. Russell Kunz Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Grand Salon B - Section 9, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

(Invited) Alkaline Fuel Cells (AFCs) and Alkaline Membrane Fuel Cells ( AMFCs) – S. Gottesfeld (Fuel Cell Consulting, inc.) (Invited) Key Contributions in the Fundamental Understanding of Carbonate Fuel Cells – R. Venkataraman and C. Y. Yuh (FuelCell Energy, Inc.)

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Introductory Remarks (Invited) Polymer Electrolyte Membranes for Fuel Cells: An Overview of Where We Have Been – T. A. Zawodzinski (University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN) (Invited) Advances in PEM and Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cells – W. E. Mustain (University of Connecticut), L. J. Bonville (Center for Clean Energy Engineering), U. Pasaogullari (Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Univ. of Connecticut), R. Maric (Center for Clean Energy Engineering), and P. Singh (Center for Clean Energy Engineering, Univ. of Connecticut) (Invited) Phosphoric Acid Migration in Fuel Cells – F. N. Büchi, J. Halter, S. H. Eberhardt (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut), and T. J. Schmidt (Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, ETH Zürich, Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute) (Invited) Using Heteropoly Acids As a Proton Conductor in High Temperature Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – A. M. Herring, A. R. Motz, and M. C. Kuo (Colorado School of Mines) (Invited) Hydroxide Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – Y. Yan (University of Delaware) (Invited) Membrane Electrode Assembly for Alkaline Anion Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell – H. Yu (Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

The 80th Birthday Trifecta in Organic Electrochemistry in Honor of Jean Lessard, Albert Fry, and Dennis Peters

Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Grand Salon C - Section 16, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Organic Electrochemistry in Honor of Jean Lessard – 08:00 – 12:00 Chair: Mekki Bayachou 08:00 08:05 1688

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Metal- and Oxidant-Free Benzylic C-H/ Aromatic C-H Cross Coupling Based on the Stabilized Cation Pool Method – J. I. Yoshida, R. Hayashi, and A. Shimizu (Kyoto University) Electrochemically Initiated Formation of Sulfonyl Radicals: Synthesis of Oxindoles Via Difunctionalization of Acrylamides Mediated By Bromide Ion – C. Zeng (Beijing University of Technology, College of Life Science & Bioengineering) and Y. Jiang (Beijing University of Technology) Break Electrocatalytic Alkene Difunctionalization – N. Fu, G. S. Sauer, and S. Lin (Cornell University) Bis-Annulation By Electrocatalysis – S. R. Hussaini (The University of Tulsa), K. Chiba (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), Y. Okada (Tokyo Univ. of Agric. & Technol.), Y. Yamaguchi, I. Yasushi, and T. Shoji (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology) Photoredox Catalyst Based on an Arylimidazole Oxidative Electrochemical Mediator – C. M. Lam and R. D. Little (University of California Santa Barbara) Electrochemical Behavior of Toluene in Adiponitrile – G. T. Cheek (United States Naval Academy) Organic Electrochemistry at Abbvie: Expanding the API Synthetic Toolbox – M. D. Graaf (AbbVie) One-Pot Anodic Thiocyanation and Isothiocyanation of Alkenes – J. Y. Becker (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev) and A. Levy (Ben_Gurion University of the Negev)

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Welcoming Remarks (Keynote) The Nature of the Interaction Between Electrogenerated Anions and Tetraalkylammonium Cations – A. J. Fry (Wesleyan University) Tetranitrocalix[4]Arene Tetraradical Tetraanion As an Electrochemically Generated Ligand – J. Ludvík, A. Liška (J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry), and P. Vojtíšek (Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Science) Intermission Electrochemical Bio-Oil Upgrading at Mild Conditions – J. Holladay, A. Padmaperuma, M. Lilga (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), T. E. Lister, L. A. Diaz, and L. M. Petkovic (Idaho National Laboratory) Asymmetric Synthesis of Substituted Piperidine Derivatives Based on the Indirect Cation Pool Method – S. Suga, M. Haisa, K. Yoshioka, and K. Mitsudo (Okayama University)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

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Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry General Session and Grahame Award Symposium Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Grand Salon D - Section 19, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

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A Self-Sustained Photoelectrochemical System with Anodic Rgo/ZnIn2S4/g-C3N4 p-n-HeteroJunction Catalyst for Antibiotic Wastewater Degradation – T. Yu (Dalian university of technology) Selective Nanomaterials for Glucose-toGluconate Oxidation in an Electrochemical Energy Converter: Cogenerating Organic Electrosynthesis – K. B. Kokoh (University of Poitiers, IC2MP), Y. Holade (University of Montpellier), K. Servat (Université de Poitiers, IC2MP), and T. W. Napporn (University of Poitiers) Influence of the Pore Shape and Size Distribution in Hierarchically Porous Electrodes on Energy and Power Densities of Electrochemical Devices – E. Lust, H. Kurig, E. Härk, R. Jäger, K. Vaarmets, S. Sepp, J. Nerut, T. Thomberg, I. Tallo, A. Jänes, T. Romann, and R. Palm (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu) On the Use of LiCoO2 Nanoparticles As Storage Material for Redox Flow Battery – S. Rano (LISE, CNRS-UMR8235, LCMCP, CNRS-UMR 7574), C. Laberty-Robert (Laboratoire Chimie de la Matière Condensée de Paris, UPMC), K. Ngo (LISE, CNRSUMR8235), C. Sanchez-Sanchez (CNRSLISE), and V. Vivier (LISE - UMR 8235) Break Effect of CdSe Quantum Confinement on Charge Transfer Kinetics in Solar-Driven Hydrogen Production from Urea – J. Radich and R. Zhao (Auburn University) Surface Enhanced Photoactivity of Hematite Films By Gold Nanostructures for Solar Fuels – S. Pan (The University of Alabama)

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Simultaneous Determination of Amlodipine and Nebivolol at PANI-CeO2 Modified Carbon Paste Electrode – N. Jadon (Jiwaji University) Square Wave Bipolar Electrochemistry for the Detection of Proteins – C. Shannon and S. Yu (Auburn University) Understanding Covalent and Noncovalent Functionalization of Carbon Nanotubes for Enzyme Electrocatalysis – S. Krishnan, J. Moulton, and A. Dharmaratne (Oklahoma State University) Magnetite Nanospheres As Modifier of Carbon Paste Electrode for Determination of Inhibition Kinetics of Syzygiumpolyanthum extract Toward Xanthine Oxidase – D. Saprudin, G. Ernis, and L. K. Darusman (Department of Chemistry of Bogor Agricultural University)

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Metal-Organic Framework-Derived Atomic Iron-Dispersed Carbon Electrocatalysts for Oxygen Reduction in Acidic Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – H. Zhang (University at Buffalo, the State University of New York), H. T. Chung (Los Alamos National Laboratory), D. A. Cullen, K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory), and G. Wu (University at Buffalo, the State University of New York) Nanocrystalline Co3-XNixO4 with Low Ni Concentration: Enhanced Oxygen Evolution Activity Compared to Co3O4 – A. Singhal (School of Engineering and Applied Science, Ahmedabad Uni.) and A. Bisth (IIT Gandhinagar) Iron Phosphide Nanoparticles As an Efficient Electrocatalyst for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction in Alkaline Solution – S. Umapathi, J. Masud, N. Ashokan, and M. Nath (Missouri University of Science & Technology) Tunable Pt Alloys for Oxygen Reduction and Alcohol Oxidation – A. C. Co, E. J. Coleman, and H. Choi (The Ohio State University) Combinatorial Synthesis of High-Efficiency Transition Metal Selenides As Oxygen Evolution Electrocatalysts – X. Cao, Q. Chen (Missouri S&T), J. Masud, and M. Nath (Missouri University of Science & Technology) Highly Durable Carbon-Supported Pt Nanoparticles Electrocatalyst for Oxygen Reduction Prepared Using Protic Ionic Liquids As Adhesive Agent – S. Kuwabata (AIST, Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University), R. Izumi, T. Tsuda (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University), and T. Torimoto (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University)

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Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems General Session

Electrochromic and Chromogenic Materials Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Durham, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Inorganic Materials – 08:30 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Delia J. Milliron and Angelja Kjara Surca 08:30

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(Invited) Durability of Electrochromic Films: Ageing Kinetics and Rejuvenation – G. A. Niklasson (Uppsala University), R. T. Wen (Uppsala University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), H. Qu, M. A. Arvizu, and C. G. Granqvist (Uppsala University) Influence of the Temperature on the Electrochromic Properties of Complementary and Symmetrical WO3//NiO Devices – Y. He (Beihang university), M. Da Rocha (CNRSUniv. Bordeaux, ICMCB), X. Diao (Beihang University), and A. Rougier (CNRS-Univ. Bordeaux, ICMCB) Break

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Reflective Electrochromic Device with Gelatin-Nanocomposite Electrolyte – F. C. Sentanin, R. C. Sabadini, C. C. Cavalheiro (IQSC-Universidade de São Paulo), J. Kanicki (EECS-University of Michigan), M. M. Silva (Universidade do Minho), and A. Pawlicka (IQSC-Universidade de São Paulo) Near Infrared Selective WOx-Based Electrochromic Devices Regulated By Charge Transfer Impedance at the Counter Electrode – P. Pattathil (Italian Institute of Technology), R. Scarfiello (CNR NANOTEC - Institute of Nanotechnology), R. Giannuzzi (Italian Institute of Technology), P. D. Cozzoli (CNR NANOTEC - Institute of Nanotechnology), and M. Manca (Italian Institute of Technology) Effect of Oxygen Partial Pressure on the Fabrication and Characterization of LaB6-Doped-NiOx Thin Films Produced By Magnetron Sputtering – M. Wang (Electrochromism Center of Beihang University) and X. Diao (Beihang University) (Invited) Ultrasonic Spray Coating of Electrochromic Nanomaterials – A. Maho, L. Manceriu, P. Colson, C. Henrist, B. Vertruyen, and R. Cloots (University of Liège)

(Invited) Aspects of Vibrational Spectroscopy in Investigation of Low-Temperature Pigmented V-Oxide Films – A. K. Surca, G. Dražić, and M. Mihelčič (National Institute of Chemistry) Multi-Color Electrochromism in Vanadium Oxide Thin Films – G. Song (ICBMCBCNRS), I. Mjejri, M. Gaudon (ICMCBCNRS), and A. Rougier (CNRS-Univ. Bordeaux, ICMCB) From Capacitance-Controlled to DiffusionControlled Electrochromism in Nb-Doped TiO2 Nanocrystalline Electrodes – M. Barawi, R. Da Silva, R. Giannuzzi, L. De Trizio, L. Manna, and M. Manca (Italian Institute of Technology) Active Layer Thickness Dependent ElectroOptical and -Chemical Propertiesof Inorganic All-Solid-State Electrochromicdevices:WO3/ Ta2O5H+/NiO – J. Guo (BeihangUniversity) and X. Diao (Beihang University)

Sensor Grand Salon A - Section 4, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

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A Miniaturized High-Throughput Flow Injection Analysis System for Electrochemiluminescence Detection – P. Fanjul Bolado, M. M. Pereira Silva Neves, M. B. González García, and D. Hernández Santos (DROPSENS) (Invited) Characterization of an Optically Transparent Thin-Film Electrode Chip for Spectroelectrochemical Sensors – S. D. Branch, J. Lynch (Department of Chemistry, University of Cincinnati), J. M. Bello (EIC Laboratories Inc.), W. R. Heineman (Department of Chemistry, University of Cincinnati), and S. A. Bryan (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) Break

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(Invited) T-Chip, a Biosensor Based on the Electron Tunneling: Theory and Experiment – Y. J. Park, J. Y. Yun, W. C. Lee, Y. E. Lee, and K. Y. Kim (Dept of ECE, Seoul National University) Point-of-Use Detection of Organosulfate Contaminants Associated with Cyanotoxins in Water Using Electrochemical Methods – C. N. Willis, M. Misra, and S. Mohanty (University of Utah) Penetrating Nanoelectrodes for Stimulation of Single-Cells – K. Garde and S. Aravamudhan (North Carolina A&T State University) Boron-Doped Ultrananocrystalline Diamond Microelectrodes for Chronic Dopamine Monitoring – G. Dutta, A. Y. Chang, S. Siddiqui, and P. Arumugam (Louisiana Tech University, Institute for Micromanufacturing)

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Toward an in Situ Electrochemical Sensor Measuring Phosphate Concentration in Seawater – C. Barus, I. Romanytsia (LEGOSUMR5566), N. Striebig (Observatoire MidiPyrénées-UMS831), and V. Garcon (LEGOSUMR5566) Enzyme-Based Electrochemical Lactate Biosensors Capable of Operating in LowOxygen Environments – A. Uzunoglu (Hitit University) and L. Stanciu (Purdue University)

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(Invited) Electrochemical Paper-Based Sensors for Clinical and Environmental Diagnostics – C. S. Henry (Colorado State University) Integration of Graphene Oxide on Nylon/ Polyester/Cotton Fabrics for a Wearable Electronic Nose Sensor – E. Lee, Y. Chung, D. Lee, J. Yoon, C. Lincoln, B. C. Prorok (Auburn University), S. Woo (Yonsei University), Y. Yoon (Gachon University), and D. J. Kim (Auburn University) A Fully Inkjet-Printed Sensor for Electrochemical Detection of Heavy Metals – H. Shamkhalichenar and J. W. Choi (Louisiana State University) An Electrochemical Ammonia Sensor on Paper Substrate – P. K. Sekhar (Washington State University, Vancouver) and J. Kysar (Washington State University Vancouver) Novel Films Based on Inexpensive and Readily Available Materials for Use As a Hydrocarbon Sensor – H. B. Sebastian, R. Pilonieta, R. M. Mayall (University of Calgary), V. Birss (Department of Chemistry, University of Calgary), and S. Bryant (University of Calgary) Preparation of High Charge Storage Capacity PEDOT/Functionalized Mwcnts Hybrid Nanocomposite for Neural Electrode Applications – D. V. S. K. Gunapu and S. R. K. Vanjari (IIT Hyderabad)

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Tuesday, May 30 Highlights

Tuesday, May 30

0800h ��������� Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division Student Achievement Award Address, Marlborough A 1000h ��������� Gordon E. Moore Medal for Outstanding Achievement in Solid State Science and Technology Address, Churchill B2 1000h ��������� ECS Toyota Young Investigator Fellowship Address, Grand Salon C, Section18 1215h ��������� Annual Society Business Meeting and Luncheon, St. James Ballroom 1300h ��������� Technical Exhibit opens, Grand Ballroom 1410h ��������� Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division David S. Grahame Award Address, Grand Salon D, Section 19 1800h ��������� Technical Exhibit, General and Student Poster Session, Grand Ballroom

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Battery and Energy Technology Joint General Session

Energy Technology / Battery Grand Salon C - Section 15, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Sodium Battery/Zinc Battery – 08:00 – 12:10 Co-Chairs: Mani Manivannan, Mariappan Parans Paranthaman and Shinichi Komaba 08:00

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Rapid Sulfur-Melt Infiltration into Electrospun Carbon Nanofibers As Cathodes for Room Temperature Na-S Batteries – A. Singh, C. Dillard, and V. Kalra (Drexel University) In-Operando Investigation of Rechargeable Aqueous Sulfate Zn/MnO2 Batteries – M. Chamoun (Stockholm University), W. R. Brant (Department of Chemistry-Ångström, Uppsala University), G. Karlsson (SiteTel Sweden AB), and D. Noréus (Stockholm University, Sweden) Electrochemical Characterization of Low Temperature Molten Salt Electrolyte for Sodium Based Liquid Metal Batteries – R. Ashour (University of Rochester), H. Yin, T. Ouchi (MIT), D. Kelley (University of Rochester), and D. R. Sadoway (MIT) Reversible Aqueous Zinc Battery Using Molybdenum-Based Intercalation Cathode – W. Xu (Louisiana state Univeristy), X. Cui, Z. Xie, and Y. Wang (Louisiana State University) Internal Morphological Evolution of Negative Electrodes Materials in Secondary Alkaline Zn/ Ni Batteries – V. Caldeira (LEPMI), J. Thiel, F. Lacoste (EASYL), M. Chatenet, and L. Dubau (LEPMI) Electro-Oxidation of Borohydride in a Molten Alkali Hydroxide Eutectic Mixture and a Novel Borohydride/Periodate Molten Electrolyte Battery – E. L. Gyenge and A. Wang (University of British Columbia)

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Strengthening of Lightweight Thin-Film Electrodes with Metal-Filaments for Renewable Energy Applications – Y. Yang (University of Central Florida) Electric and Hybrid-Electric Marine Ferries for Public Transportation Networks – T. J. Patey (ABB) Direct-Flame Metal-Supported Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – M. C. Tucker (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) and A. Ying (The University of Kansas) Impact of Electrolyte Composition on Seebeck Coefficient of Molten Carbonate Thermocell – S. Kandhasamy, O. S. Burheim (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), A. Solheim (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), S. Kjelstrup, and G. M. Haarberg (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) Polydopamine: A Promising Organic Cathode for Rechargeable Batteries – T. Liu, B. Lee, K. C. Kim, S. S. Jang, and S. W. Lee (Georgia Institute of Technology) Cycling Life Prediction By Reaction Depth Index Analysis of Lead Acid Battery – C. Dai, S. Yang, R. Li (Harbin Institute of Technology), X. Cai, K. Xue, B. Yang (Shoto Group Co. Ltd.), and X. Hu (Harbin Instiute of Technology) Developments in Benchtop Spectrometers: A High Access XANES User Facility and a Compact Spectrometer for Energy Storage Research – E. Jahrman, G. T. Seidler, A. Ditter, W. Holden, O. Hoidn (University of Washington), D. Mortensen (easyXAFS), R. Valenza, L. Bradshaw (University of Washington), S. Kozimor (Los Alamos National Laboratory), M. E. Bowden, J. Zhang, M. Gross, S. Cartmell, Q. Li, V. Murugesan, N. Govind (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), and W. Wang (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR))

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Electrochemically Mediated Ion Transport in Layered Materials – E. S. Takeuchi, K. J. Takeuchi, and A. C. Marschilok (Stony Brook University) Electrochemical Performance of Activated Carbon Based Electric Double Layer Capacitors Using 1-Ethyl-3-Methylimidazolium Dicyanamide Ionic Liquid and Its Gel Polymer Electrolyte – G. P. Pandey and L. Meda (Xavier University of Louisiana) Electrochemical Performance of Lithium-Ion Capacitors Evaluated Under Thermal and High Voltage Stress with Various Electrolytes – 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) Electrochemical Reaction and Direct Energy Conversion of Macroalgae Biomasses By Functional Nanomaterial Modified Electrodes – H. T. VU (Hanoi National University of Education) Evaluation of the Electrolyte Charge Process and the Operation Process of a Vanadium Redox Flow Battery with Potentiostatic and Galvanostatic Perturbations in Different Volume Schemes – R. Ribadeneira Paz and C. A. Mora Mera (Universidad Nacional de Colombia - Sede Medellín) Exploring the Capacitive Performance of the Transition Metal Carbonitride Mxene Ti3CNTx – T. Mathis, M. Alhabeb (A. J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute, Drexel University), and Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University, A. J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute) High Performance, Biodegradable Electrochemical Capacitors for Transient Electronics – G. Lee (Korea University), S. K. Kang, S. M. Won (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), P. Gutruf (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Northwestern University), Y. R. Jeong (Korea University), J. Koo (University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign), S. S. Lee (Korea University, Korea Institute of Science and Technology), J. A. Rogers (University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, Northwestern University), and J. S. Ha (Korea University) Ab-Initio approach to Model Impedance and Charge-Discharge Characteristics of Electrical Double Layer Capacitors – M. R. Hasyim, D. Ma, R. Rajagopalan, and C. A. Randall (The Pennsylvania State University) Impact of a Film Maturation Process on the Mechanical Stability of Silicon-Based Electrodes with High Areal Capacities – C. Reale Hernandez (INRS-EMT), Z. Karkar (INRS-EMT; CNRS-IMN), A. Tranchot (INRSEMT), A. Etiemble, E. Maire (Laboratoire MATEIS, INSA-Lyon), D. Guyomard, B. Lestriez (IMN, CNRS/University of Nantes), and L. Roué (INRS-EMT) Investigation of Initial Capacity Loss in Li-Ion Full Cells with Blended Siox/Graphite Anodes – A. Faulkner, C. Allen, Q. Sa, D. Bullen, E. Beise, J. Turteltaub (Boston-Power, Inc.), and R. Chamberlain (Boston Power) Lithium-Ion Capacitor Based on LiFePO4 and Nanostructured Carbon By Electrostatic Spray Deposition – E. Adelowo, R. Agrawal, and C. Wang (Florida International University) 87

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Using X-Ray Diffraction and Imaging for the Investigation of Battery Materials: From Bulk Structural Characterization to in Situ and in Operando Measurements – F. Masiello, G. Nenert (PANalytical BV), S. Speakman, J. Quinn (PANalytical, Inc.), M. Sommariva, and M. Gateshki (PANalytical BV) Understanding and Optimizing Ionic Conductivity in Polyborane Solid Electrolytes from Ab Initio molecular Dynamics – B. C. Wood, J. Varley, K. Kweon, P. Shea (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory), V. Stavila (Sandia National Laboratories), and T. J. Udovic (National Institute of Standards and Technology) Polyvinylidene Fluoride Derived Carbon As High Performance Anode Material for Lithium Ion Batteries – M. Suresh, K. M. Gopalakrishna, and C. S. Sharma (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad) Nanostructure Silicon-Based Hierarchical Architectures for High-Performance LithiumIon Battery Anode – M. H. Ambrosio Zanin (Instituto de Pesquisas Tecnológicas - IPT), X. Li (Colorado School of Mines), G. Bender, S. B. Son, and C. Ban (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) Characterizing Li-Ion Batteries Using in Situ MRI – A. Ilott, M. Mohammadi (New York University), H. J. Chang (Stony Brook University), C. P. Grey (University of Cambridge, Department of Chemistry), and A. Jerschow (New York University) Nonequilibrium Thermodynamics of RateCapacity Lost Phenomena for Lithium-Ion Battery – H. Chen and H. Y. S. Huang (North Carolina State University) Redox-Active Organic Electrodes for Pseudocapacitor Applications – T. Liu, B. Lee, and S. W. Lee (Georgia Institute of Technology) The Statistics of Battery Failure – D. J. Harris (University of Florida), C. Li (Zee Aero), and S. J. Harris (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab) System Considerations for the Application of Thermal Management Solutions to Electrified Vehicle Traction Batteries: Benchmarks and Technical Specification Development – B. Robert (Ford Motor Company)

Large-Scale Energy Storage 8

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Grand Salon B - Section 12, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

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Performance of a Non-Aqueous Flow Battery System with a Mushroom-Derived Electrolyte – E. Agar (University of Massachusetts Lowell), P. J. Cappillino (University of Massachusetts Dartmouth), M. Nourani (University of Massachusetts Lowell), H. Huang, and R. Howland (University of Massachusetts Dartmouth) Exploring Rate Capabilities of Symmetric Nonaqueous Redox Flow Batteries – J. D. Saraidaridis and C. W. Monroe (Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford)

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Study of Electrochemical Double Layer at Low Concentration and Voltage – A. Jain (IIT Delhi) A High-Performance Bismuth Decorated Carbon Cloth Electrode for Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries – H. Jiang, Y. Zeng, Y. Ren, X. Zhou, W. Shyy, and T. Zhao (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) Development of an Advanced Zinc-Air Flow Battery – F. Mahlendorf, C. Müller, D. Fuchs, and A. Heinzel (University of Duisburg-Essen, LET) Polyacrylonitrile-Based Membranes for Aqueous Redox-Flow Batteries – E. A. Karpushkin, M. M. Klimenko (Moscow State University), N. A. Gvozdik, K. J. Stevenson (Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology), and V. G. Sergeyev (Moscow State University) Hydrogen Diffusion Transport in an All-Iron Flow Battery Rebalance System – X. Ke, J. S. Wainright, and R. F. Savinell (Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA) Electrochemical and Spectroscopic Measurements of Diffusion of Vanadium Species in Ionomer Membranes – T. M. Arruda, D. J. Donnelly (Salve Regina University), and J. S. Lawton (University of Massachusetts Dartmouth) Design and Development of an All Solid State Lithium Sulfur Battery Using Ceramic Polymer Composite Solid Electrolyte – R. V. Penumaka and I. Bhattacharya (Tennessee technological university) Free-Standing Two Dimensional MoS2 nanosheet/Acitvated Carbon Clothes Composite for High Performance of Supercapacitor – F. N. I. Sari and J. M. Ting (National Cheng Kung University) Calendar Aging of LiFePO4/Graphite Cells in a 250kW/500kWh Li-Ion Battery Stack Integrated in a Solar Farm – P. Kubiak, Z. Cen (Qatar Environment & Energy Research Institute, HBKU), and I. Belharouak (Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute)

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Novel Power Allocation Method to Distribute the Working Current of Parallel-Connected Lithium-Ion Battery Packs – J. B. Zhang (Shenzhen Areswatt New Energy Co., LTD), H. W. Tang, and K. C. Chen (National Taiwan University) A New Enclosed Design for Vanadium Redox Flow Battery Cells – M. Al-yasiri (Missouri of science and technology) and J. Park (Missouri University of Science and Technology) Long-Term Cycling of Quinone Flow Batteries Using a Crossover Balancing Strategy – D. Kwabi, M. A. Goulet, M. R. Gerhardt, and M. J. Aziz (Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences) Stable Organic Redox Flow Batteries in Nonaqueous Electrolytes – X. Wei (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR)), L. Zhang (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR)), W. Duan (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR)), D. Hu (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), Z. Yang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR)), M. Vijayakumar, J. Liu, W. Wang (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR)), V. Sprenkle (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), and K. T. Mueller (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR), Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) Validated Analytical Model to Project and Price New Flow Batteries for the Grid – R. X. Ma and Y. Yan (University of Delaware) Enhanced Performance of Ti/Mn Redox Flow Battery – H. Kaku, Y. Kawagoe, Y. R. Dong, R. Tatsumi, K. Moriuchi, and T. Shigematsu (Power Systems R&D Center, Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd.)

Battery Electrolytes

Battery / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Grand Salon C - Section 18, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Lithium Electrolytes – 08:00 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Steven Greenbaum and Wladyslaw Wieczorek 08:00

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(Invited) Development of Dual-Salts/ Carbonate-Solvents Electrolytes for Fast Charging and Stable Cycling Lithium Metal Batteries – W. Xu, J. Zheng (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), H. Xiang (Hefei University of Technology), X. Chen, S. Jiao, M. H. Engelhard, D. Mei, and J. G. Zhang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) Effect of Electrolyte Composition on Capacity Fading of Ni Rich Lithium Transition Metal Oxide Cathode for High Energy Density Lithium Ion Batteries – Y. S. Kang (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology), B. Choi (Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.), I. Park, Y. Chung, M. Koh (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology), K. Ito, and Y. Kubo (National Institute for Materials Science) A Solvent Perspective on the Molecular Motions, Structure, and Composition of the Carbonates in Solvation Shell of the Lithium Ion, Via Two-Dimensional Infrared Spectroscopy – K. D. Fulfer and D. G. Kuroda (Louisiana State University) Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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Substituent Effects of Organosilicon-Based Lithium-Ion Battery Electrolytes for Increased Thermal Stability – S. L. Guillot (University of Wisconsin-Madison), A. Peña Hueso (Silatronix, Inc,), M. L. Usrey (Silatronix), and R. J. Hamers (University of WisconsinMadison) Break (ECS Toyota Young Investigator Fellowship Address) Structure-Property Relationships of Silylamine Switchable Electrolytes As a Thermally Controlled Safety Switch – E. J. Biddinger, S. Jung, and S. Podder (The City College of New York, CUNY) Ethylene Carbonate-Free, Adiponitrile-Based Electrolytes Compatible with Graphite Anodes – N. Ehteshami (Helmholtz Institute Muenster/ FZ-Juelich (IEK-12), University of Muenster - Institute of Physical Chemistry) and E. Paillard (Helmholtz Institute Muenster/FZJuelich (IEK-12)) Understanding the Li Local Environment in the (ACN)2-Litfsi Solvate Electrolyte – E. C. Miller (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory), R. M. Kasse (Stanford University), K. A. See (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), K. C. Lau (Argonne National Laboratory), A. A. Gewirth (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), L. A. Curtiss (Argonne National Laboratory), and M. F. Toney (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) New Weakly-Coordinating Hückel-Type Anions for Applications in Battery Electrolytes – T. Trzeciak, A. Bitner-Michalska, E. Karpierz, L. Niedzicki, M. Kasprzyk, M. Marczewski, P. Jankowski, G. Z. Zukowska, P. Wieczorek, M. Marcinek, and W. Wieczorek (Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry) In Situ Raman Spectroscopic Studies of Dioxygen Reduction in Ionic Liquid Based Electrolytes for Non-Aqueous Alkali Metal-O2 Batteries – P. M. Radjenovic and L. J. Hardwick (University of Liverpool) Infrared Optical Measurements of Thermal Breakdown in Battery Electrolytes – J. M. Porter and J. L. Wheeler (Colorado School of Mines) Matching Electrolyte Formulation with Cathode Chemistry – K. Z. Pupek, T. L. Dzwiniel, D. P. Abraham, and G. Krumdick (Argonne National Laboratory) Transport Limitations in Binary Electrolytes: EC-Free Solvents and NaPF6 Vs. LiPF6 Salts – J. Landesfeind, M. Graf (Technical University of Munich), M. Dahbi, K. Kubota, S. Komaba (Tokyo University of Science), and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

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Lithium-Ion Batteries and Beyond

Battery Grand Salon D - Section 21, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

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All-Solid-State Lithium Batteries Based on Semi-Interpenetrating Network Solid Polymer Electrolyte and Composite Electrode – D. Y. Kim, H. Y. Chang, J. Suk, D. W. KIM, and Y. Kang (Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology) Ionogel Nanocomposite Electrolytes for Advanced Solid-State Lithium Batteries – G. Tan, J. Lu, and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory) Figure of Merit Approach for Evaluating L.I.B. Electrolyte Additives in a Combinatorial Study – C. Peebles, J. A. Gilbert, A. Tornheim, R. Sahore (Argonne National Laboratory), J. Garcia (Argonne National Lab), W. Lu, H. Iddir, Z. Zhang, J. Bareno, D. P. Abraham (Argonne National Laboratory), and C. Liao (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory) Role of Filler Additives in Ionic Liquid Based Gel Polymer Electrolyte for Room Temperature Lithium Battery Application – M. Safa, A. Chamaani, N. Chawla, and B. ElZahab (Florida International University) New Material Routes to Polymeric Solid Electrolytes – S. Janietz, W. Meyer (Fraunhofer-IAP), and S. Asaftei (Hochschule Osnabrück) Slurry-Processed Glass-Ceramic LI2S-P2S5-LiI Electrolyte for All-Solid-State Li-Ion Batteries – S. J. Choi (Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute, Pusan National University), S. H. Lee, J. H. Yu, C. H. Doh, and Y. C. Ha (Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute) Rate Limiting Effect of Charge Transfer during Lithiation from Ionic Liquids – M. T. F. Rodrigues (Rice University), X. Lin (Boston University), H. Gullapalli (Rice University), M. W. Grinstaff (Boston University), and P. M. Ajayan (Rice University) In Situ Analysis of Solid Electrolyte Interface over Si Based Anodes Using Diffuse Reflectance Infrared Fourier Transform Spectroscopy – Y. B. Yohannes, S. D. Lin (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology), and N. L. Wu (National Taiwan University)

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Evaluation of the Mechano-Electrochemical Behavior of Soft 75Li2s-25P2S5 Solid Electrolyte Against Metallic Lithium – R. Garcia-Mendez (University of Michigan), T. S. Arthur (Toyota Research Institute of North America), and J. Sakamoto (University of Michigan) Ionic Liquid Enabled High Energy-Density Lithium-Ion Batteries – T. Evans, D. Molina Piper (SiILion, Inc.), S. C. Kim, S. Han (Seoul National University), M. Doeff (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), C. Ban (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), S. J. Cho (Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering (JSNN)), K. H. Oh (Seoul National University), and S. Lee (University of Colorado at Boulder) Electrochemical Mechanism of Room Temperature Sodium/Sulfur Battery with Tegdme Electrolyte – I. Kim (Gyeongsang National University,), C. Kim, H. H. Kim, K. W. Kim, J. H. Ahn, and H. J. Ahn (Gyeongsang National University) Development of Zinc-Air Batteries with Advanced Aqueous Electrolytes: A ModelBased Approach – S. Clark (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), German Aerospace Center (DLR)), B. Horstmann (German Aerospace Center (DLR), University of Ulm), and A. Latz (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), German Aerospace Center (DLR)) High-Performance Rechargeable LithiumSulfur Dioxide Batteries Exploiting Conventional Carbonate-Based Electroyltes – H. Park, H. D. Lim (Seoul National University), H. K. Lim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), Y. Bae (Seoul National University), H. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), and K. Kang (Center for Nanoparticles Research, IBS) Break Activated Carbon Based Quasi-Reference Electrodes for Unconventional LithiumSalt Containing Organic Electrolytes – M. Widmaier (Robert Bosch GmbH, Department of Materials Science, Saarland University), B. Krüner, N. Jäckel (INM - Leibniz Institute for New Materials, Department of Materials Science, Saarland University), M. Aslan (INM - Leibniz Institute for New Materials), S. Fleischmann (Department of Materials Science, Saarland University), C. Engel (Robert Bosch GmbH), and V. Presser (INM - Leibniz Institute for New Materials, Department of Materials Science, Saarland University) Water-Organic Electrolyte for Rechargeable Zinc Electrode Having Positive Electrode Compatibility – Z. Ogumi, T. Kakeya, A. Nakata, and H. Arai (Kyoto University) New Approaches to Raising Redox Shuttle Oxidation Potentials – A. P. Kaur, S. A. Odom, S. Modekrutti, C. F. Elliott, C. Risko, S. R. Parkin, and M. D. Casselman (University of Kentucky)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Properties of Ionic Liquids and Their Performance As Electrolytes for Sodium Batteries – M. Hilder (Deakin University), D. Saurel (CIC energiGUNE), E. C. Gonzalo (CIC EnergiGUNE), T. Rojo (University of the Basque Country), M. Armand (CIC EnergiGUNE), D. R. MacFarlane (Monash University), P. C. Howlett, and M. Forsyth (Deakin University) A Sulfide Solid Electrolyte Surface Layer Formed Via Electrolyte Additives Enables Stable Plating of Li Metal – Q. Pang and L. F. Nazar (University of Waterloo) A Comprehensive Study of the Intercalation Behavior of Anions from Ionic-Liquid Based Electrolytes into a Graphite Positive Electrode for Dual-Ion Batteries – K. Beltrop (MEET Battery Research Center, University of Muenster), P. Meister (University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center), M. Winter (Helmholtz-Institute Muenster, IEK-12 Juelich), and T. Placke (University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center)

Grand Salon D - Section 21, Hilton New Orleans Riverside Progress in Cathodes 2 – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Christopher Rhodes and David L. Wood III 14:00

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High Voltage Behavior of Ni-Rich Li(NixMnyCoz)O2 Cathodes in Li-Ion Batteries – S. E. Renfrew and B. D. McCloskey (University of California, Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) The Rod-Shaped Crystallographic Texture of FCG(Full Concentration Gradient) Cathode Material with Long-Term Cycling Stability for Xev Application – U. H. Kim, E. J. Lee, C. S. Yoon (Hanyang University), S. T. Myung (Sejong University), and Y. K. Sun (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University) Structural Transformations in High Capacity Li2Cu0.5Ni0.5O2 Cathodes – R. E. Ruther, A. S. Pandian (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), P. Yan (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), J. N. Weker (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, USA), C. Wang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), and J. Nanda (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Understanding Capacity Fading of LiNi0.8Co0.15Al0.05O2 Via Long-Term Operando X-Ray Diffraction Studies – H. Liu (Argonne National Laboratory), K. Karki, E. A. Stach (Brookhaven National Laboratory), K. W. Chapman, and P. J. Chupas (Argonne National Laboratory) Stability of Ni-Rich NMC Cathode Materials in Water and Electrolyte Solutions during Aqueous Electrode Processing – M. Wood, Y. Sheng, T. J. Keever, J. Li, and D. L. Wood III (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Chemical, Morphological, and Structural Tuning of Tunnel Manganese Oxides for Intercalation Batteries – B. Byles and E. Pomerantseva (Drexel University)

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Grand Salon D - Section 24, Hilton New Orleans Riverside


Grand Salon D - Section 24, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Tuesday, May 30

Progress in Anodes 2 – 14:00 – 18:20 Co-Chairs: Hongmei Luo and Lu Zhang 14:00

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Molecular Weight Effect of Poly(Acrylic Acid) on the Silicon Anode of Lithium-Ion Batteries – B. Hu, J. Zhang, S. Zhang, Z. Zhang, and L. Zhang (Argonne National Laboratory) Resorcinol Formaldehyde Based Electrospun Carbon Fibers As High Capacity Anode Material for Lithium Ion Batteries – M. Suresh, M. Kakunuri, and C. S. Sharma (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad) Electroless Deposition of Sn on Carbon Cloth for Use As Anodes in Lithium Ion Batteries – E. E. Kalu (Florida A&M University, Florida State University), V. G. Watson (Florida A&M University), and W. Telama (Florida State University) Electrospun SnO2/Lto Composite Sub-Micron Dimpled Spheres As High Performance Anode Material for Lithium Ion Batteries – A. K. Haridas, C. S. Sharma (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad), N. Hebalkar (ARCI, Hyderabad), and T. N. Rao (International Advanced Research Centre) Nanobatteries for the Development of New Materials for Anodes – J. M. Seminario, D. E. Galvez-Aranda, and V. Ponce (Texas A&M University) A Comprehensive Study of a Film Maturation Process for Improving the Cycle Life of Silicon-Based Anodes – C. Reale Hernandez (INRS-EMT), Z. Karkar (INRS-EMT; CNRSIMN), A. Tranchot (INRS-EMT), A. Etiemble, E. Maire (Laboratoire MATEIS, INSA-Lyon), D. Guyomard, B. Lestriez (IMN, CNRS/ University of Nantes), and L. Roué (INRSEMT) Break A Laminar Graphene As a High Performance Anode Material for Lithium-Ion Batteries – K. Ma, Z. Chen, Y. Zhang, and Y. Liu (Sichuan Agricultural University) Self-Supported Porous Silicon Nanotube Arrays As Anode Material for Li-Ion Batteries – A. T. Tesfaye (Aix-Marseille University), R. Gonzalez-Rodriguez, J. L. Coffer (Texas Christian University), and T. Djenizian (Ecole des Mines de Saint-Etienne-CNRS) Advanced Silicon Anode Enabled By Simple Pouring of Bifunctional Gel Polymer – J. Song and L. Zhang (Xi’an Jiaotong University) Multifunctional SnO2/3D Graphene Composites for Lithium-Ion and Sodium-Ion Batteries – J. I. Lee, J. Song, Y. Cha, Y. Lin, and M. K. Song (Washington State University) Ultrafine TiO2 and Nb2O5 Nanoparticles on Reduced Graphene Oxide As Anode Materials for Lithium and Sodium Ion Batteries – L. Yan and H. Luo (New Mexico State University) Anodized Ti3SiC2 As a Potential Anode Material for Li-Ion Microbatteries. – A. T. Tesfaye (Aix-Marseille University), O. Mashtalir (Drexel University), M. Naguib (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), M. W. Barsoum, Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University), and T. Djenizian (Ecole des Mines de SaintEtienne-CNRS)

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Carbon Nanostructures for Energy Conversion

Nanocarbons / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Grand Ballroom, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

B01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Synthesis of Graphene Nanosheets for the Energy Sector By Electrochemical Exfoliation of Graphite in Sulfonated Ionic Liquids – E. Cuara-Diaz, D. Morales-Acosta, S. Fernández Tavizón, and R. Benavides (Centro de Investigación en Química Aplicada) 576 Sulfonation of Graphene Oxide for Fuel Cells Electrode and Membrane Applications – D. Morales-Acosta, R. Benavides (Centro de Investigación en Química Aplicada), E. CuaraDiaz (Centro de Investigacion en Quimica Aplicada), J. A. Rodríguez-González, and S. Fernández Tavizón (Centro de Investigación en Química Aplicada) 577 Synthesis and Characterization of α-MnO2/ Graphene Nanocomposites for Applications to in High Performance Super Capacitors – R. Singhal, P. Lemaire, and A. Omidwar (Central Connecticut State University) 578 First-Principles Calculation of Li-GIC Compounds: Van-Der Waals Interaction DFT Calculation – M. Yamamoto (JST-CREST) 579 Electropolymerization and Electrochemical Performance of Nickel Schiff Base Complexes on Reduced Graphene Oxide(RGO) Support for Supercapacitors – F. Deng, X. Li, Y. Wang, and J. Li (University of Science and Technology Beijing) 580 CoMn2O4 Anchored on N-Doped HighDimensional Hierarchical Porous Carbon Derived from Biomass As a Bifunctional Oxygen Electrocatalyst – J. L. Digol, M. F. Divinagracia, M. F. M. Labata, R. B. Cervera, and J. D. Ocon (University of the Philippines Diliman) 581 DFT Simulation of Edge Halogenated Graphene Nanosheets As an ORR Catalyst in Fuel Cells – R. Rodriguez, N. Humphrey, G. Arias (California State University, Long Beach), W. A. Goddard III (California Institute of Technology), and T. H. Yu (California Institute of Technology, California State University, Long Beach) 582 Oxygen Electrocatalyst Based on NonPrecious Bifunctional Hybrid Material – A. Samanta and C. R. Raj (Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur) 583 Study of Capacity Retention of Mcmb Anode Using Various Nanostructured Conductive Additives – S. Ahamad (IIT Delhi) and A. Gupta (Indian Institute of Technology Delhi)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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Estimation of Total Antioxidant Capacity of Hydroalcoholic Extract from the Matricaria Ineora By an Electrochemical Method – A. Bayandori Moghaddam and P. Pojhan (College of Engineering, University of Tehran)

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(Invited) Honoring and Remembering Robert H. Hauge - Carbon Nanotube Research Contributions – W. W. Adams (Rice University) (Invited) Evolution of Catalyst Role in Single Wall Carbon Nanotube Growth – A. R. Harutyunyan (Honda Research Institute USA Inc) (Invited) Autonomous Experimentation Applied to Carbon Nanotube Synthesis – B. Maruyama (Air Force Research Laboratory Materials & Man. Dir.), K. Decker, P. Nikolaev (UES, Inc.), M. Krein, J. Poleski, and R. Barto (Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Laboratories) (Invited) Toward the Electrochemical Growth of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes from Ambient Carbon Dioxide – A. Douglas, R. E. Carter, and C. L. Pint (Vanderbilt University) (Invited) Establishing ThermodynamicallyStable Surfactant Structures Around Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes – K. J. Ziegler (Department of Chemical Engineering) Break

In Memory of Robert Hauge 2 – 10:00 – 12:00 Chair: Stephen K. Doorn 10:00

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(Invited) Functionalization of Carbon Nanotubes – W. E. Billups (Rice University) (Invited) Diameter-Dependent Thermal Defunctionalization of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes – S. Ghosh, F. Wei, S. M. Bachilo, R. Hauge, W. E. Billups, A. R. Barron, and R. B. Weisman (Rice University) (Invited) Recent Progress Toward Single Crystals of Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes – W. Gao and J. Kono (Rice University) (Invited) Teslaphoresis of Carbon Nanotubes – P. Cherukuri (Rice University, Inst. of Biosciences and Bioengineering) (Invited) Modification and Analysis of Carbon Based Structures By Metal Nanoparticulate Ions – J. A. Schultz (Ionwerks Inc.), R. Hauge, W. W. Adams, B. E. Brinson, N. D. Kim (Rice University), M. McCully, E. Lewis (Ionwerks Inc), D. Barbacci (Ionwerks Inc.), C. Balaban (University of Pittsburgh), L. Muller, S. Jackson, and A. Woods (NIDA-IRP)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

(Invited) Recent Advances in SWCNT Analytical Spectroscopy – R. B. Weisman, Y. Kadria-Vili, S. R. Sanchez, and S. M. Bachilo (Rice University)

In Memory of Robert Hauge 3 – 14:00 – 16:00 Chair: Kirk J. Ziegler

Carbon Nanotubes - From Fundamentals to Devices: In Memory of Mildred Dresselhaus

In Memory of Robert Hauge 1 – 08:00 – 10:00 Chair: R. Bruce Weisman 08:00

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Nanocarbons / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Grand Ballroom, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

B02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Daniel A. Heller and Tatiana Da Ros •

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(Invited) Functionalization and Environmental Dependent Emission Properties of Photoluminescent Defect States in Carbon Nanotubes – S. K. Doorn, X. He, N. F. Hartmann (MPA-CINT, Los Alamos National Laboratory), B. Gifford (North Dakota State University), S. Tretiak (Los Alamos National Laboratory), H. Htoon (MPA-CINT, Los Alamos National Laboratory), G. Bullad (Duke University), J. H. Olivier, and M. J. Therien (Dept. of Chemistry, Duke University) (Invited) Probing Optical and MagnetoOptical Properties of Carbon Nanotubes Using Enriched Carbon Nanotube Materials – E. H. Haroz (Los Alamos National Laboratory) (Invited) Effect of Physisorbed Oxygen on the Photoluminescence of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Suspended By Single-Stranded DNAs – S. M. Bachilo, Y. Zheng, and R. B. Weisman (Rice University) (Invited) From Carbon Nanotubes to Graphene, a Versatile Building Block in the Nanoscale World – C. Kittrell and J. M. Tour (Rice University) (Invited) Seamless Graphene-Carbon Nanotube (GCNT) Electrodes – J. M. Tour (Rice University) Break

In Memory of Robert Hauge 4 – 16:00 – 18:00 Chair: W. Wade Adams 16:00

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(Invited) Soft Conductors from Carbon Nanotubes – M. Pasquali (Rice University) (Invited) Electronic Measurements of Single- and Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes: Evidence for Unusual Behavior at NanotubeNanotube Junctions – A. R. Barron (Rice University), C. Barnett, and C. Gowenlock (Swansea University) (Invited) Carbon and Non-Carbon Nanomaterials for Sustainable Energy – S. Arepalli (Rice University) (Invited) Multifunctional Materials from Dispersions of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes and Biomolecules – V. A. Davis (Auburn University) (Invited) Carbon Nanotubes from Synthesis, Assembly to Electrochemical Sensors – N. Alvarez (University of Cincinnati), D. Zhao, W. R. Heineman (Department of Chemistry, University of Cincinnati), V. N. Shanov, and D. Siebold (University of Cincinnati) (Invited) Carbon-Based Nanomaterials for Bioelectronics – Y. Q. Xu (Vanderbilt University)

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B02

Carbon Nanostructures in Medicine and Biology


Grand Ballroom, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

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B03 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Stephen K. Doorn and Yury Gogotsi •

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Synthesis of Carbon Nanostructures over Catalytically Active Nanoporous Gold and Cu Foams – E. Dervishi, B. Tappan, and W. L. Boncher (Los Alamos National Laboratory) The Electrochemical Performance of Nitrogen-Containing Carbon Nanotubes As the Electrode Material of Supercapacitors – X. Li, G. Xu, F. Deng, and J. Li (University of Science and Technology Beijing) Photoluminescent Readout of Molecular Information Using Local Sites Functionalized on Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes – T. Shiraki, H. Onitsuka, T. Shiraishi (Department of Applied Chemistry, Kyushu University), and N. Nakashima (WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University) Quantitative Analysis of Aqueous Two Phase Separation of DNA-SWCNT Hybrids – Y. Yang, A. Shankar (Lehigh University), T. Aryaksama (ESPCI Paris), M. Zheng (National Institute of Standards and Technology), and A. Jagota (Lehigh University) Carbon-Based Electrodes for High Energy Electrochemical Capacitors – T. Liu, K. Gupta, S. W. Lee, and S. Kumar (Georgia Institute of Technology) Carbon Nanotube Reinforced Structural Composite Supercapacitors – A. S. Westover (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), E. Teblum (Bar Ilan University), D. Schauben (Vanderbilt University), A. Yitzhak (Bar Ilan University), N. Muralidharan (Vanderbilt University), M. Muallem, G. Nessim (Bar Ilan University), and C. L. Pint (Vanderbilt University)

Nanocarbons Churchill A2, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

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Grand Ballroom, Hilton New Orleans Riverside B04 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Chair: Shangfeng Yang •

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(Invited) Growth of Endohedral Metallofullerenes: The Transformation of Sc3n@D3-C68 into Sc3n@C80 – J. M. Poblet, L. Abella, A. Rodríguez-Fortea (Universitat Rovira i Virgili), M. Mulet, P. W. Dunk (National High Magnetic Field Laboratory/ FSU), and L. Echegoyen (The University of Texas at El Paso) (Invited) Gas-Phase Self-Assembly of Group III-Based Nitride Clusterfullerenes By Laser Plasma Synthesis – P. W. Dunk, M. MuletGas, A. G. Marshall, C. L. Hendrickson (National High Magnetic Field Laboratory/ FSU), E. Castro (University of Texas at El Paso), L. Echegoyen (The University of Texas at El Paso), L. Abella, A. Rodríguez-Fortea, and J. M. Poblet (Universitat Rovira i Virgili) (Invited) Efficient Fullerene-Based Electron Acceptors for Planar Perovskite Solar Cells – S. Y. Xie (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University)

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Experimental and Theoretical Investigation on the Molecular Structures of Pr@C72, Pr2@ C72 and and Their Functionalized Adducts – Y. Zhao, H. Yu, and Y. Lian (Heilongjiang University)

Fullerenes - Chemical Functionalization, Electron Transfer, and Theory: In Memory of Robert Haddon Nanocarbons Churchill A1, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Chemistry of Nanocarbons 4 – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Alexey A. Popov and Juan Luis Delgado 08:00

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Growth Mechanism, Applications of Fullerenes and Other Nanocarbons – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Alan L. Balch and Xing Lu

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(Invited) Molecular Recognition and Assembly of Fullerene and Carbon-Based Materials with Biomolecules – S. Osuna (Universitat de Girona), M. Garcia-Borràs (University of California, Los Angeles), F. Feixas (University of Girona), C. Atienza (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), N. Martín (Universidad Complutense), and L. Echegoyen (The University of Texas at El Paso) (Invited) Epoxide-Type Oxygen-Doped Carbon Nanotubes and Their Applications for NIR Imaging Probes – T. Okazaki (CNTApplication Research Center, AIST) Break

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(Invited) Efficient Electron Transport Layer-Free Solar Cells Based on Innovative Perovskite:Fullerene Blends – J. L. Delgado (Polymat and Ikerbasque), N. Martín (Universidad Complutense), S. Collavini (Polymat), R. Tena-Zaera (IK4-CIDETEC), J. Pascual (Polymat), I. Kosta (IK4-CIDETEC), R. Sandoval-Torrientes, and I. García-Benito (Imdea Nanociencia) (Invited) High Temperature and High Magnetic Field Superconductivity in Fullerides – K. Prassides (Tohoku University) (Invited) Site-Selective Covalent Patterning of Epitaxial Graphene with Periodicity at the Nanometer Scale – R. Miranda (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain, IMDEA Nanociencia, Madrid, Spain), E. M. Perez (IMDEA Nanociencia, Madrid, Spain), F. Calleja (IMDEA Nanociencia, Madrid; Spain), J. J. Navarro (IMDEA Nanociencia, Madrid, Spain, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid), and A. L. Vazquez de Parga (IMDEA Nanociencia, Madrid. Spain, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain) (Invited) Computational Studies on Exohedral Metallofullerenes and Multiadduct C60 Systems – A. Rodriguez-Fortea, A. MorenoVicente (Universitat Rovira i Virgili), K. Azmani (University Rovira i Virgili), and J. M. Poblet (Universitat Rovira i Virgili) (Invited) Separation and Photophysical Properties of C84 Minor Isomer D2d(I) – E. Booth, S. Yoshida (Southeastern Louisiana University), Y. Jin (Intel Corporation), M. Mitchell (St. Tammany Parish School Board), and J. Chou (Florida Gulf Coast University) Break

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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(Invited) Excited State of Y-Nitride Clusterfullerene: Luminescence and EPR Spectroscopy Study – D. Krylov (IFW Dresden), M. Zalibera (MPI for Chemical Energy Conversion), S. Schiemenz, F. Ziegs, M. Rosenkranz (IFW Dresden), A. Savitsky (MPI for Chemical Energy Conversion), and A. A. Popov (IFW Dresden) (Invited) Endohedral Metallofullerene-Based Lewis Acid-Base Pairs – X. Lu (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) (Invited) Metal-Bonding Electrons inside the Fullerene Cage: Electrochemical, Quantum Chemical and EPR Studies – N. Samoylova (IFW Leibniz), S. Stevenson (Purdue University - Fort Wayne), F. Liu, and A. A. Popov (IFW Dresden)

Energy 2 – 16:00 – 18:00 Chair: Marcus A. Worsley 16:00

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Graphene and Beyond: 2D Materials

Nanocarbons / Dielectric Science and Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

Sensing – 11:00 – 12:00 Chair: Michael S. Arnold 11:00

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Enhancing the Ion Detection of Graphene Field Effect Transistors at the Quantum Capacitance Limit – I. Fakih (McGill University), F. Mahvash (McGill University, Université du Quebec à Montreal), M. Siaj (Université du Quebec à Montreal), and T. Szkopek (McGill University) Graphene Suspended on Silicon Nanowire Arrays for Enhanced Gas Sensing – C. Panteli, O. Sydoruk, and K. Fobelets (Imperial College London) Silver Nanoparticle/Boron-Doped Graphene Nanoribbon Nanocomposite for Effective Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering – W. T. Li and W. H. Chiang (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology)

Grand Ballroom, Hilton New Orleans Riverside B06 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Michael S. Arnold and Richard Martel •

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Energy 1 – 14:00 – 16:00 Chair: Michael S. Arnold 14:00

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Inkjet Printing of Graphene for Sensing and Energy Storage Applications – S. Sollami Delekta, A. D. Smith, J. Li, and M. Östling (KTH Royal Institute of Technology) (Invited) Tailoring 2D Material-Based Aerogels for Energy Storage and Sensing Applications – M. A. Worsley (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) High-Performance Supercapacitors of N-Doped Graphene Aerogel and Its Nanocomposites – M. Sawangphruk (Vidyasirimedhi Institute of Science and Technology) Holey Graphene for Energy Storage – R. Kanungo and J. Radich (Auburn University) 2D Water-Coupled Metallic MoS2 with Nanochannels for Ultrafast Supercapacitor – H. Zhu (Hongli Zhu) and X. Geng (Northeastern University) Break

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Morphological Varied and Scalable MoS2 for Electrochemical Energy Storage Devices – M. D. Patel, E. Cha, N. Choudhary, C. Kang, and W. Choi (University of North Texas) Novel Lead-Graphene Positive Grids for a Motive Power Lead-Acid Battery – G. Dai (CHAOWEI GROUP) Model Based Evaluation of Graphene Oxide (GO)/Sulfur Composite Cathodes for High Performance Li-S Batteries – A. Dive (Washington State University), M. K. Song (washington state university), and S. Banerjee (Washington State University) Graphene and Graphene Oxide in Low Temperature Fuel Cells for Enhanced Performance. – S. M. Holmes (The University of Manchester), P. Balakrishnan (University of Manchester), M. Perez Page, B. Ozdincer, and S. Al Batty (The University of Manchester) A First Principle Study of Vanadium Decorated Graphene Oxide As Novel Hydrogen Storage Material – S. Kureshi (Simon Fraser University), A. Tokarev (Simon Fraser University, Hydrogen in Motion Inc. (H2M)), M. Cannon, G. Quan (Hydrogen in Motion Inc. (H2M)), and E. Kjeang (Simon Fraser University) Modulation of the Electrostatic and Quantum Capacitances of Few Layered Graphenes through Plasma Processing – P. R. Bandaru, R. Narayanan, H. Yamada (University of California, San Diego), A. M. Rao, R. Podila, and M. Karakaya (Clemson University)

Photovoltaic Properties of Monolayer 2D Lateral Heterojunction Devices – M. L. Tsai (National Tsing Hua University), M. Y. Li, L. J. Li, and J. H. He (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology) Comparison of Graphene Materials for Supercapacitor Electrodes – L. Le Fevre (University of Manchester) General Synthetic Method for N-Doped Macroporous Graphene-Encapsulated Mesoporous Metal Oxides and Its Application As New Anode Materials for Sodium-Ion Hybrid Supercapacitors – M. S. Kim, E. Lim, and J. Lee (POSTECH) Raman Spectroscopy Studies of Large Area Graphene and Graphene Molecules – E. Dervishi (Los Alamos National Laboratory), M. Sykora, Z. Ji (Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM), and S. K. Doorn (MPA-CINT, Los Alamos National Laboratory) Metallic Phase MoS2-Graphene Composite for High Performance Coin Cells Supercapacitors – A. E. Aynalem (University of Manchester), R. A. Dryfe (School of Chemistry, University of Manchester), and I. A. Kinloch (School of Materials, University of Manchester)

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Chemistry of Nanocarbons 5 – 10:00 – 11:00 Co-Chairs: Alexey A. Popov and Juan Luis Delgado


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Trends in Buckled and Planar Halogen-Doped Graphene for ORR Activity: A DFT Study – R. M. Geronia II, A. C. Serraon, J. M. Mora, D. M. Sua-an (University of the Philippines Diliman), A. A. B. Padama (University of the Philippines Los Baños), R. B. Cervera, and J. D. Ocon (University of the Philippines Diliman) Enhancing the Electrocatalytic Activity of Graphitic Carbon Nitride Towards Oxygen Reduction Reaction Via Heteroatom Doping: A DFT Approach – W. J. C. Futalan, M. F. Divinagracia, A. C. Serraon (University of the Philippines Diliman), A. A. B. Padama (University of the Philippines Los Baños), R. B. Cervera, and J. D. Ocon (University of the Philippines Diliman) A Comparative Study of Graphene-like Materials with and without Heteroatom Doping – E. Kibena-Põldsepp, J. Lilloja (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu), M. Kook, U. Joost (Institute of Physics, University of Tartu), V. Sammelselg (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu, Institute of Physics, University of Tartu), and K. Tammeveski (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu) Tuning the Optical Band Gap of Graphene Oxide By Ozone Treatment – M. T. Hasan, B. Senger Jr., R. Gonzalez-Rodriguez, and A. V. Naumov (Texas Christian University) Investigating Properties of Graphene Oxide As a Drug Delivery/Imaging Platform – E. Sizemore, M. T. Hasan (Texas Christian University), M. Culp (Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota), and A. V. Naumov (Texas Christian University)

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(Invited) Transient Absorption Study of Singlet Excitons in Crystalline Peropyrene Derivatives: Examination of Singlet Fission Process – A. Furube, D. Yamanaka, S. Yanagiya (Tokushima Univ.), H. Matsuzaki (AIST, Tsukuba, Japan), K. Uchida, and T. Kubo (Osaka Univ.) (Invited) In-Situ Raman Observation of an Isolated Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube to Monitor Highly Localized PlasmonInduced Reaction – K. Murakoshi (Hokkaido University) (Invited) Time-Resolved EPR Study on Charge Dynamics of Electron-Hole Pairs in Lead Iodide Perovskite Thin Film – Y. Kobori, K. Miyazaki, T. Tachikawa (Kobe University), Y. Ogomi (Kyushu Institute of Technology), and S. Hayase (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Fukuoka 808-0196, Japan)

(Invited) Photoinduced Charge Transfer Reactions in Chiral, Semiconducting PolymerWrapped Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Superstructures – Y. Bai, G. Bullard, J. H. Olivier (Dept. of Chemistry, Duke University), J. Park (Dept. of Chem, Duke University), M. G. Glesner, and M. J. Therien (Dept. of Chemistry, Duke University) (Invited) Sensitizing Charge Carrier Generation in a Conjugated Polymer Using a C70-Encapsulated Covalent Organic Polyhedron – G. Rumbles (University of Colorado - Boulder, National Renewable Energy Laboratory) Break

pi-System Figuration – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Hidehiro Sakurai and Hiroshi Shinokubo

Inorganic/Organic Nanohybrids for Energy Conversion

Spectroscopy – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Kei Murakoshi and Michael J. Therien 08:00

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(Invited) Colloidal Gold Nanoparticles Stabilized By Hydroxylated Fullerenes – K. Kokubo, N. Sato, and H. Sakurai (Osaka University) (Invited) Design of Bowl-Shaped Molecules Toward Dielectric Responsive Materials – T. Kajitani, F. Ishiwari, Y. Shoji (Tokyo Institute of Technology), H. Sakurai (Osaka University), T. Akutagawa (Tohoku University), and T. Fukushima (Tokyo Institute of Technology) (Invited) A First-Principles Study on Photoinduced Hole Injection into Organic Molecule on Metal Halide Perovskite Surface – M. Sugimoto (Kumamoto University) (Invited) Thermoelectric Energy Conversion Optimized By Electrolyte Gating – T. Takenobu (Nagoya University) (Invited) High-Yield and Long-Lived Triplet Excited States of Pentacene Alkanethiolate Monolayer Protected Gold Nanoparticles By Singlet Fission – T. Hasobe and H. Sakai (Faculty of Science and Technology, Keio University) (Invited) Synthesis, Structures, and Properties of Stacked Antiaromatic Porphyrins – H. Shinokubo (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University)

Nanostructures and Catalysis 1 – 14:00 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Toshiharu Teranishi and Vaidyanathan Subramanian 14:00

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(Invited) In Situ XAFS Spectroscopy at BioInspired Multicopper Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – I. Yagi, N. Matsubara, M. Muto, T. Yoneuchi (Hokkaido University), Y. Uemura (Institute for Molecular Science), and M. Kato (Hokkaido University) (Invited) Influence of Nano-Structuring of Substrate Materials on Local Structure of Ionic Liquid – A. Imanishi (Osaka University) (Invited) Hybrid Photocatalysts Composed of Titania Modified with Plasmonic Nanoparticles and Ruthenium Complexes for Photocatalytic Decomposition of Organic Compounds – E. Kowalska, S. Zheng, K. Yoshiiri, Z. Wei (Institute for Catalysis, Hokkaido University), S. Rau (Institute for Inorganic Chemistry, Ulm University), and B. Ohtani (Institute for Catalysis, Hokkaido University)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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(Invited) De-Coupled Electron and Heat Transfer: A Possible Nature’s Strategy for Maximizing Electrocatalysis for CO2 Fixation – R. Nakamura (RIKEN Center for Sustainable Resource Science) (Invited) Pseudomorphic Transformation of Nanocrystals By Element Replacement – T. Teranishi (Kyoto University) Impact of Carbon Addition on 1D Oxide – Chalcogenide Heterostructures – V. Subramanian (University of Nevada, Reno) Break

Nanostructures and Catalysis 2 – 16:20 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Kimihisa Yamamoto and Kohei Uosaki 16:20

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(Invited) Synthesis of Fine Controlled SubNano Pt Particle As an Advanced Catalyst – K. Yamamoto (Tokyo Institute of Technology) (Invited) Spectroelectrochemical Evidence of an Electron Transfer through Viologen Moiety from an ITO Electrode to a Molecular Catalyst for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction Confined within a Viologen Monolayer – K. Uosaki (National Institute for Materials Science, Hokkaido University), H. Noguchi (Hokkaido University, National Institute for Materials Science), C. Kurniawan, and T. Masuda (National Institute for Materials Science, Hokkaido University) Temperature-Dependent Hydrothermal Preparation of MoS2/Graphene Hybrid Electrocatalyst – X. Guo, Y. Hou, R. Ren, and J. Chen (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) (Invited) Formation of One-Dimensional Au-Directed Organometallic Nanostructures with Large Acene Precursor Molecules – H. Hayashi (Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST)), J. I. Urgel, O. Deniz, M. D. Giovannantonio, T. Dienel, P. Ruffieux, R. Fasel (Empa), and H. Yamada (Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST)) Enzymes Confinement in CNT Doped Carbon Microstructures Electrodes (CNT-CME) for Miniaturized Enzyme Biofuel Cell Application – Y. Lee (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST)), H. Lee (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST)), S. K. Lee (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology(GIST)), J. H. Jang (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST)), and I. S. Chang (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology)

Grand Ballroom, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

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Porphyrins, Phthalocyanines and Supramolecular Assemblies Nanocarbons / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Churchill A2, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Porphyrinoid Synthesis and Properties 1 – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Norbert Jux and Jonathan P. Hill 10:00

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B07 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Hiroshi Imahori and Prashant V. Kamat •

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Copper Nitride-Based Electrocatalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – S. Mondal and C. R. Raj (Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur)

A New Mode of Action for Porphyrins – Nonplanar Porphyrins As Organocatalysts – M. O. Senge (Trinity College Dublin) Hexaphenylbenzene and Hexabenzocoronene Porphyrin Conjugates – N. Jux, D. Lungerich, and M. Martin (Friedrich-AlexanderUniversität Erlangen-Nürnberg) Synthesis and Properties of 10-Heterocorroles – H. Shinokubo (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University) Linearly- and Cross-Conjugated Porphyrin Dimers: Synthesis and Characterization – H. Wang, R. G. W. Jinadasa, M. Thomas, Y. Hu, and F. D’Souza (University of North Texas) New Porphyrinoids through PalladiumCatalyzed Couplings – G. Anguera (Institut Químic de Sarrià, Universitat Ramon Llull), B. Kauffmann (Institut Européen de Chimie et Biologie), J. I. Borrell, S. Borrós, and D. Sánchez-García (Institut Químic de Sarrià, Universitat Ramon Llull) Pyrazinacenes and Oxoporphyrinogens – J. P. Hill, D. Miklik, P. Svec (WPI Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics), Y. Matsushita (National Institute for Materials Science), J. Labuta, S. Ishihara (WPI Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics), F. D’Souza (University of North Texas), and K. Ariga (WPI Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics)

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New Insights on Aromatic Pathways in Porphyrinoids – H. Fliegl (University of Oslo) Synthesis of Bent and Distorted Expanded Porphyrins – D. Kuzuhara (Iwate University), S. Xue, W. Furukawa, N. Aratani (Nara Institute of Science and Technology), N. Yoshimoto (Iwate University), and H. Yamada (Nara Institute of Science and Technology) Design and Synthesis of Porphyrin Oligomers and Porphyrinoids Via Suzuki-Miyaura Reaction – J. Song and B. Wen (Hunan Normal University) Facile Synthesis of Cofacial Porphyrin Oligomers Via the Catalyst-Free Aromatic Nucleophilic Substitution Reactions – K. I. Yamashita (Graduate School of Science, Osaka University) Tuning the Electrocatalytic Activity of Iron Phthalocyanines for O2 Reduction By the Pull Effect of the Pyridium Axial Ligands – J. H. Zagal (Universidad de Santiago de Chile) Break

Porphyrinoid Electron Transfers – 16:00 – 18:00 Chair: Tomas Torres 16:00

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

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Redox Properties of Transition-Metal/ Organic Chromophore Arrays: Interplay Between Metal- and Chromophore-Centered Electron-Transfer Processes – V. V. Nemykin (University of Manitoba), Y. V. Zatsikha (Univesity of Manitoba), Y. P. Kovtun (Institute of Organic Chemistry), and C. J. Ziegler (University of Akron) Electrochemical Studies of a Redox Responsive 4 H-Bond Array Capable of SelfDimerization – G. M. Darzi and D. K. Smith (San Diego State University) Singlemolecule Conductance of Porphyrin Arrays – T. Tamaki, T. Ohto, R. Yamada, H. Tada (Osaka University), and T. Ogawa (Graduate School of Science, Osaka University) Fused-Porphyrin Terbium Complexes: Correlations Between Electronic Structure and Single-Molecule Magnetic Property – S. Lee, K. I. Yamashita, S. Yamashita, K. Ogawa, Y. Hirao, N. Sakata, N. Ishikawa, and T. Ogawa (Graduate School of Science, Osaka University) Redox-Responsive Dimerization in a Ferrocene-Ureidopyrimidinone Supramolecular Assembly – D. K. Smith and M. Cedano (San Diego State University)

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Corrosion General Session Corrosion Grand Salon D - Section 22, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Light Alloys: Corrosion and Protection 2 – 08:10 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Sannakaisa Virtanen and Yueh-Lien Lee 08:10

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Synthesis and Property of CarbazoleBased Diporphyrins – C. Maeda (Okayama University) Porphyrins As Photoredox Catalysts in Efficient C-C Bond Formation – K. RybickaJasińska (Institute of Organic Chemistry Polish Academy of Sciences) and D. Gryko (Institute of Organic Chemistry Polish Academy of Sciences) Chromophore Containing Photonic Assemblies Via Host-Guest Chemistry and DNA SelfAssembly – J. Jayawickramarajah, P. Pathak, H. P. Rahn, and R. S. Vik (Tulane University) Electrochemistry of Porphyrazines with Exocyclic Pended Pyridyl and N-Methylpyridyl Rings – K. M. Kadish, L. Cong (University of Houston), F. Sciscione, E. Viola, M. P. Donzello, and C. Ercolani (Università di Roma Sapienza) Electrochemistry and Protonation of Open-Chain Pentapyrroles and Sapphyrins with Highly Electron-Withdrawing MesoSubstituents – W. Shan (University of Houston), M. L. Naitana, N. Desbois, V. Blondeau-Patissier, V. Quesneau, C. Gros (Université de Bourgogne Franche-Comté), W. Huang, Z. Ou (Jiangsu University), and K. M. Kadish (University of Houston) Aryl-Substituted Metalloporphyrins and Metallocorroles: Electrochemistry and Molecular Oxygen Electroreduction – N. M. Berezina, A. A. Maksimova, D. B. Berezin, and M. I. Bazanov (Ivanovo State University of Chemistry and Technology) Synthesis of Oligomeric Benzoporphyrins Via Imidation – Y. Hu, R. G. W. Jinadasa (University of North Texas), and H. Wang (Miami University)

Inter-Digitated Photo-Active Strands – R. Rein, N. Solladie, and F. Aziat (Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination - CNRS)

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The Effect of Surface Pretreatment on the Corrosion Performance of Graphene Coatings on 6061 Aluminum Alloy – C. Y. Huang (National Taiwan University), X. J. Liu, C. H. Chen (National Sun Yat-sen University), and Y. L. Lee (National Taiwan University) Transesterification As a Pretreatment to Bind an Anticorrosive Coating on an Aluminium Alloy – M. A. Paez (Universidad de Santiago de Chile), L. Muñoz (UNIVERSIDAD DE SANTIAGO DE CHILE), M. Gulppi (Universidad de Santiago de Chile), L. Tamayo, F. Rabagliati, M. Encinas (UNIVERSIDAD DE SANTIAGO DE CHILE), X. Zhou (The University of Manchester), and G. Thompson (University of Manchester) Protection of Aluminium in Acidic Environment and Inhibition Efficiency of Aminophenol-N-Benzylidene -Theoretical and Practical Investigation – U. J. Naik (KKSJ Maninagar Science College) and N. K. Shah (Department of Chemistry, Gujarat University, ahmedabad) Improved Corrosion Resistance of AA2024 Alloys through Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Sol-Gel Films Modified with Piperazine – A. Jiménez-Morales, D. Carbonell (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), R. Montoya (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, SURF Group, Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Metalúrgicas, CSIC), V. J. Gelling (North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND), and J. C. Galvan (Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Metalúrgicas (CSIC)) Break Anodizing and Corrosion Resistance of Aluminum AA7050 Friction Stir Welds – P. Atz Dick, G. Knörnschild, and L. F. P. Dick (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul) Gold Nanoparticles As a Tool for Probing Corrosion Processes – A. Vaskevich, A. B. Tesler (Weizmann Institute of Science), E. Sabatani (Nuclear Research Center Negev), and I. Rubinstein (Weizmann Institute of Science) Anodic Oxidation of Bismuth in Halide Containing Electrolytes – J. M. Macak and H. Sopha (University of Pardubice) Self-Organized TiO2 Nanotubes: Influence of the Ti Microstructure on the Nanotube Growth – H. Sopha and J. M. Macak (University of Pardubice) Characterizing Reduction Reactions on Doped Titanium Oxides Using Intensity Modulated Photocurrent Spectroscopy – S. Policastro, R. Anderson, and C. Hangarter (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory) Corrosion Behavior of Ti and Zr in HF – M. S. Amrutha and S. Ramanathan (Indian Institute of Technology, Madras) Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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Rapid Identification of Highly Corrosion Resistant Alloy Compositions – K. Summers, N. Lannoy, J. LaCombe, and D. Chidambaram (University of Nevada, Reno) Corrosion Behavior of Cocrfemnni HighEntropy Alloys (HEAs) Under Aqueous Acidic Conditions – A. Rodriguez, J. H. Tylczak, and M. Ziomek-Moroz (National Energy Technology Laboratory) Corrosion of Nickel-Based Superalloys in Molten Chloroaluminates – I. B. Polovov, A. V. Abramov, V. V. Karpov, A. F. Gibadullina, A. Y. Zhilyakov, S. V. Belikov, V. A. Volkovich, and O. I. Rebrin (Ural Federal University) Influence of CVD Growth Parameters on the Corrosion Resistance of the Resultant Graphene Coating – M. R. Anisur, Parama Chakraborty Banerjee (Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Monash University, Clayton, Victoria, Australia), and R. K. Singh Raman (Mechanical & Aerospace and Chemical Engineering, Monash University, Clayton, Victoria, Australia) Break Some Extensions of the Galvele Approach to Localized Corrosion, Including the Effect of Cation Complexation – V. A. T. Nguyen, M. Ghaznavi, A. G. Carcea, and R. C. Newman (University of Toronto) Corrosion Protection of Internal Surface of Natural Gas Transmission Line By Metallic Coating – J. H. Tylczak, A. Rodriguez, and M. Ziomek-Moroz (National Energy Technology Laboratory) Relative Humidity (RH) Cycling Effect on Ag and Cu Corrosion – B. Yuan (University of Delaware), D. Fleming, J. Franey (Bell Labs, Nokia), R. L. Opila (University of Delaware), and C. Xu (Bell Labs, Nokia) Phase Field Modeling of Metal Oxidation Kinetics – Y. Wen (U.S. Department of Energy - NETL) Corrosion Behavior of Polypyrrole Films with Insulated Substrate in Alkaline Aqueous Solutions – Z. Z. Jin, Y. B. Qiu, and X. P. Guo (Huazhong University of Science and Technology)

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Grand Ballroom, Hilton New Orleans Riverside C01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Sannakaisa Virtanen and Masayuki Itagaki •

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In situ Investigations of Near Phase Boundary Water Diffusion of Ageing Adhesive Bonds by Scanning Kelvin Probe – B. P. Andreon and P. Plagemann (IFAM) Room-Temperature Atomic Layer Deposition of Al2O3 for Anticorrosion Coating on Metal Surfaces – K. Kanomata (CREST, JST), M. Ishikawa, M. Miura (Yamagata University), B. Ahmmad, S. Kubota (CREST, JST), K. Hirahara (Yamagata University), and F. Hirose (CREST, JST)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Phenformin Effect on the Anodic Dissolution of Nickel in Acid Media – F. Vicente, J. Agrisuelas, J. A. Bastos (University of Valencia), M. Barbosa (UNICEB Engineering School), J. García, and A. Frau (University of Valencia) On-Line Atmospheric Corrosion Monitoring of Field-Exposed Steels Using a Electrochemical Probe – D. H. Xia, S. Z. Song (Tianjin University), W. X. Jin (Institute of Iron and Steel), and J. Li (Tianjin University) In Situ XAFS Observation of Chemical Species Near Solid/Liquid Interface in a Model Reaction of Pitting Process – K. Kimijima, Y. Niwa, and M. Kimura (High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK)) Capability Evaluation of Houttuynia Cordata Leaf Extract As Environmentally Eco-Friendly Inhibitor for Steel Corrosion in HCl 0.1 M – H. V. Pham (Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology), V. S. H. Nguyen (University of Science), T. D. Mai (Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology), B. M. Q. Phan (PetroVietnam University), T. T. H. Vu (University of Science), and N. D. Nguyen (PetroVietnam University) Enhanced Bio-Corrosion Resistance of SnContaining ZK60 Magnesium Alloy for Biodegradable Implants – A. Zakiyuddin and L. Kwangmin (Chonnam National University) Voltammetric Characterization of Nickel Hydroxide Grown on Nickel+Epoxy Mouldable Electrodes – F. Vicente, J. A. Bastos, A. Frau, J. García, J. Agrisuelas (University of Valencia), and M. R. Barbosa (Engineering School) Improved Corrosion Resistance of Metastable Beta Ti-X (X = 6Mn, 8Cr, and 36Nb) Binary Alloys As a Function of 10.Wt% Mo Equivalence – K. Sinhye and L. Kwangmin (Chonnam National University) Corrosion of Austenitic Steels and Their Components in Molten Nacl–Kcl–UCl3 – A. V. Abramov, I. B. Polovov, K. V. Dedov, V. V. Karpov, A. Y. Zhilyakov, S. V. Belikov, V. A. Volkovich, and O. I. Rebrin (Ural Federal University) Corrosion Performance of New Composite Coatings Onto Carbon Steel By Electrochemical Methods – F. Branzoi (Institute of Physical Chemistry), V. Branzoi, and Z. Pahom (University Politehnica of Bucharest) Role of Hydroxyl Group in Cerium Hydroxycinnamate Compounds in Enhancing the Corrosion Resistance of Mild Steel in Chloride Ion Media – N. D. Nguyen (PetroVietnam University), H. T. N. Phan (Ton Duc Thang University), V. S. H. Nguyen (University of Science), T. T. H. Vu (University of Science VNU-HCM), and B. M. Q. Phan (PetroVietnam University) A Study on the Interaction Between Rare Earth 4-Hydroxycinnamate and AS1020 and X65 Steel Microstructures in Carbon Dioxide Environment – N. D. Nguyen (PetroVietnam University), V. S. H. Nguyen (University of Science), M. Y. Tan, B. Hinton, and M. Forsyth (Deakin University) 101

Tuesday, May 30

Applications, Monitoring and Models in Corrosion 2 – 14:00 – 17:30 Co-Chairs: Dev Chidambaram and Roger C. Newman


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Characterization and Modeling – 08:40 – 10:30 Co-Chairs: Bipin Rajendran and Umberto Celano 08:40

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(Invited) Electrical Atomic Force Microscopy for 2D Transition Metal Dichalcogenide Materials – U. Celano (imec) (Invited) Diffusion and Depletion Effects in Chronoamperometry of Diazonium based Electrochemical Grafting – B. Hirsch, P. Welke, A. Brown, and S. De Feyter (KU Leuven-University of Leuven) Intermission (Invited) Thermodynamic Modeling of W-CO-H-S System for Controlled Growth of WS2 Atomic Layers By True CVD – S. Raghavan, A. Lalithambika, S. Dhar, and K. Kumar V (Indian Institute of Science)

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Plasma Nano Science and Technology Dielectric Science and Technology Trafalgar, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Plasma Nano Science and Technology 3 – 08:00 – 13:00 Co-Chairs: Uros Cvelbar and Peter Mascher 08:00

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Sensing and New Materials – 10:30 – 12:10 Co-Chairs: Srinivasan Raghavan and Brandon Hirsch 10:30

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(Invited) Potentiometric Biochemical Sensors for Diagnostic Applications – E. M. Vogel (Georgia Institute of Technology) (Invited) Novel Dilute Nitride III/VSemiconductor Laser System for the Monolithic Integration to Si-Micro- and Nanoelectronics – P. Ludewig, M. Volk (NAsP III/V), K. Volz (Philipps-University Marburg), and W. Stolz (NAsP III/V, Philipps-University Marburg) Resistivity and Barrier Height of NanoResistors Made from Zr-Doped HfO2 High-K Dielectric on Si Wafer – S. Zhang and Y. Kuo (Texas A&M University) New, Novel Al2-XHfxO3 Materials for M O S Application – A. M. Mahat, N. Kamarulzaman, and N. Badar (Centre for Nanomaterials Research, Institute of Science, Faculty of Applied Sciences, Universiti Teknologi MARA)

Devices, Dielectrics and Reliability – 14:00 – 16:25 Co-Chairs: Jifa Hao and Yaw S. Obeng 14:00

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(Invited) Towards Understanding the PreFailure Thermo-Mechanical Issues in Electromigration of TSV Enabled 3D ICs – C. E. Sunday, D. Veksler, K. P. Cheung, and Y. S. Obeng (National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)) Failure Mechanism of Nano-Resistor Devices – S. Zhang and Y. Kuo (Texas A&M University) Break (Invited) Hot Carrier Reliability in High Voltage Ldmos in BCD (Bipolar-CMOSDMOS) Technology – J. Hao (ON Semiconductor) (Invited) Gallium Nitride on Silicon – E. L. Piner (Texas State University)

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(Invited) Plasma Electrochemical Synthesis of Nanomaterials – Q. Chen (Xiamen University) (Invited) Electrolysis with Plasma Cathodes: Modeling and Experiments to Understand the Electrochemical Interface – D. B. Go (University of Notre Dame) Plasma Oxidation of Liquid Precursors – M. K. Sunkara, B. Ajayi (Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research), and D. F. Jaramillo-Cabanzo (University of Louisville) Break (Invited) Engineering of Nanostructures Using Microplasmas for Catalysis and Biosensing – W. H. Chiang (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology) (Invited) Plasma Synthesis of Carbon Based Nanomaterials – E. Kovacevic, S. Hussain, J. Berndt, C. Pattyn (GREMI, UMR 7344 CNRS and Université d’Orléans), T. Strunskus (Christian-Albrechts University at Kiel), M. R. Ammar, A. Canizarès, P. Simon (CEMHTICNRS UPR3079, Orléans), E. Tatarova, A. Dias (IPFN, Instituto Superior Tecnico, UL), P. Y. Tessier (Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel – IMN), and C. Boulmer-Leborgne (GREMI, UMR 7344 CNRS and Université d’Orléans) (Invited) Microplasma-Deposited Ni-Fe and Co Oxides for Oer and Supercapacitors – A. Pebley, K. Mackie, and M. Gordon (University of California, Santa Barbara) Intermission (Invited) Enhanced Cycle Capacity of Lithium Ion Batteries with Nanocomposite Si Anodes Produced By Rapid Co-Condensation in Plasma Spray PVD – M. Kambara, K. Fukada, and N. Gerile (Department of Materials Engineering, University of Tokyo) Optimization and Characterization of Plasma Sprayed Zirconium Diffusion Barriers on Uranium-Molybdenum Monolithic Nuclear Fuel Plates – D. R. Cummins, K. J. Hollis, C. Liu, J. A. Valdez, and D. E. Dombrowski (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

Plasma Nano Science and Technology 4 – 14:15 – 18:05 Co-Chairs: Peter Mascher and Mahendra Kumar Sunkara 14:15

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Slot-Plane Antenna Plasma Oxidation of ALD Hf1-XZrxO2/Al2O3 on Ge Substrate – M. N. U. Bhuyian (New Jersey Institute of Technology), A. Sengupta (Heritage Institute of Technology), Y. Ding, D. Misra (New Jersey Institute of Technology), K. Tapily (TEL Technology Centre, America, LLC), R. D. Clark (TEL Technology Center, America, LLC), S. Consiglio (TEL Technology Center), C. S. Wajda, and G. J. Leusink (TEL Technology Center, America, LLC) Concluding Remarks

1028

(Invited) Nanotip-Defined High Local Electric Fields Accelerate CO2 Reduction Heterogeneous Catalysts – M. Liu and E. H. Sargent (University of Toronto)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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15:35 15:40 1030

16:20

1031

17:00 17:05 1032

17:45

1033

(Invited) An Aqueous Rechargeable Desalination System – H. Y. Yang (Singapore University of Technology and Design) Break (Invited) Plasma Based Synthesis of Conductive Polymers: Experimental Results and Some Remarks about General Strategies for Plasma Based Polymerization Processes – J. Berndt, C. Pattyn, S. Hussain, and E. Kovacevic (GREMI, UMR 7344 CNRS and Université d’Orléans) (Invited) Plasma Deposition of Antibacterial Nano-Coatings on Polymeric Materials – A. Nikiforov, C. Leys, I. Kuchakova (Ghent University), M. Vanneste, P. Heyse, M. De Vrieze (CentexBel), A. Zille (University of Minho), G. Dinescu, B. Mitu (NILPRP), M. Modic, and U. Cvelbar (Jozef Stefan Institute) Intermission (Invited) Non-Thermal Plasmas for the Production of Sustainable Functional Materials – A. Alvarez, S. Exarhos, A. Woodard (Univ of California Riverside), and L. Mangolini (University of California, Riverside) A Novel Fabrication of Vertically Stacked Gate-all-around Silicon Nanowire Arrays – L. Meng (Institute of Microelectronics,CAS), Q. Xu (Institute of Microelectronics, CAS), and J. Yan (Institute of Microelectronics,CAS)

Grand Ballroom, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

F01

Electrochemical Engineering General Session

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Marlborough A, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division Student Achievement Award Session – 08:00 – 08:40 Co-Chairs: Douglas P. Riemer, John A. Staser, and Luis A. Diaz 08:00

1069

Electrochemical Engineering General Session 1 – 08:40 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Douglas P. Riemer, Luis A. Diaz, and John A. Staser 08:40

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09:00

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09:20

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D02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Mahendra Kumar Sunkara and Peter Mascher •

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1035

1036

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Poly-Si Planarization By ICP Plasma Etch at Finfet Technology Node – Y. Wang (Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation), Q. Han (Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp.), and H. Zhang (Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation) Novel Biomedical Electrosurgical Device Containing Nanostructured Surface Functionalization for Minimally Invasive Surgery: Characterization and Histological Evaluation in Rat – H. Y. Cheng (Biomedical Materials and Tissue Engineering), K. L. Ou (Taipei Medical University), and S. Y. Chen (Cathay General Hospital, Sijhih, Taipei 221, Taiwan) Copper Oxide Nanowire Plasma-Assisted Growth Dynamics and Role of Underlying Oxide Layers – U. Cvelbar (Jozef Stefan Institute), O. Baranov (National Aerospace University “KhAI”, Kharkov), and G. Filipič (Jozef Stefan Institute) Facile Synthesis of Graphene Quantum Dots By Microplasma-Assisted Electrochemistry – J. S. Yang and W. H. Chiang (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

(Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division Student Achievement Award Address) Mathematical Modeling of Transport and Corrosion Phenomenon inside HighTemperature Molten Salt Systems for Next Generation Concentrated Solar Power Systems – B. A. Tavakoli Mehrabadi, S. Shimpalee, J. W. Weidner (University of South Carolina), B. L. Garcia-Diaz, M. J. Martinez-Rodriguez, and L. C. Olson (Savannah River National Laboratory)

09:40 10:00 1073

10:20

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10:40

1075

11:00

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Electrochemical Method of Carbonate Melts Regeneration for Efficient Capture of so2 from Coal Combustion. – V. Kaplan (Weizmann Institute of Science), N. K. Dosmukhamedov (Kazakh National Research Technical University), and I. Lubomirsky (Weizmann Institute of Science) Production of Ethanol in Electrochemical Cell Using Saccharomyces Cereviseae and Wickerhamomyces Anomalous As Counter Microbes – J. Joshi, R. Shrestha (CDBT, Tribhuvan University), K. Manandhar (Tribhuwan University), L. Sreerama (St. Cloud State University, USA), and T. Bhattarai (CDBT, Tribhuvan University) Electrochemical Oxidation of Psychoactive Pharmaceutical Caffeine in Aqueous Medium Using RuO2/IrO2/TaO2 Coated Titanium Anode – P. Selvendiran and M. Muthukumar (Bharathiar University) Break Anodic Reaction Investigation on Pt, Au and SnO2 Electrodes in CaCl2-CaO Molten Salts – M. Gibilaro, L. Massot, P. Chamelot (Laboratoire de Génie Chimique), and O. Lemoine (CEA, DAM, VALDUC) Pulse/Pulse-Reverse Electrodeposition of Copper Electrocatalysts for CO2 Reduction to Ethylene – B. Skinn (Faraday Technology, Inc.), S. Sen, S. M. Brown (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), S. Snyder (Faraday Technology, Inc.), F. R. Brushett (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and H. Garich (Faraday Technology, Inc.) Electrochemical Peroxide Generation – S. H. Vijapur, T. D. Hall, S. Snyder, M. Inman, E. J. Taylor, B. Skinn (Faraday Technology, Inc.), and C. R. Cabrera (University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus) Advanced Photoelectrocatalysts for TEMPOMediated Alcohol Oxidations – D. J. Chadderdon, I. Wu, M. G. Panthani, and W. Li (Iowa State University)

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Tuesday, May 30

14:55


11:20

1077

11:40

1078

Combined Anodic Oxidation and Hydroxyapatite-Magntite Composites Adsorption Treatments for Aqueous Solution Containing Antibiotic Ciprofloxacin- a Novel Approach – G. Sivarasan, D. Prabha (Bharathiar University), S. Sabarathinam (Shantou University), and C. M. Haneesh (Bharathiar University) Electrochemical Treatment of 4-Hydroxyphenylacetic Acid in Olive Oil Mill Wastewater – N. E. Flores, P. L. Cabot, F. Centellas, E. Brillas, and I. Sirés (Universitat de Barcelona)

Electrochemical Engineering General Session Advanced Manufacturing – 14:00 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Luis A. Diaz, Douglas P. Riemer and John A. Staser

Tuesday, May 30

14:00

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14:40

1080

15:00

1081

15:20

1082

15:40

1083

16:00

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16:20

1085

16:40

17:00

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Accelerated Electrochemical Machining Tool Design Via Multiphysics Modeling – B. Skinn, T. D. Hall, S. Snyder (Faraday Technology, Inc.), K. P. Rajurkar (University of Nebraska - Lincoln), and E. J. Taylor (Faraday Technology, Inc.) Platinum Electrodeposition Methods to Enable Incorporation of Low Density Foam-Lined Hohlraums – C. Horwood, M. Stadermann, and T. Bunn (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) Metal Alloy ICF Capsules Created By Electrodeposition – C. Horwood, M. Stadermann, and T. Bunn (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) Multi-Layer Electrodes for Electrochemical Antifouling – C. Morig, S. Ackermann (Fraunhofer Institute IMWS, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg), M. Steimecke (Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg), M. Rühl (Fraunhofer Institute IMWS), M. Bron (Martin Luther University HalleWittenberg), A. Heilmann, and U. Spohn (Fraunhofer Institute IMWS) Incorporation of Conductive Internal Additives within Electrocuring Adhesives – T. W. Steele (Nanyang Technological University) Dual Stage Sodium Thermo-Electro-Chemical Converter (Na-TECC) – A. Limia and S. K. Yee (Georgia Institute of Technology) Micelle Mediated Extraction of Neodymium and Electrochemical Characterization of AOT Reverse Micelles – S. Anderson (FAMU-FSU College of Engineering), E. E. Kalu (Florida A&M University - Florida State University COE), C. Clark II (FAMU-FSU College of Engineering), and M. Nilsson (Chemical Engineering & Materials Science, UC Irvine) Lithium Recovery from Used Li-Ion Batteries Using Innovative Electrodialysis Method with Lithium Ionic Superconductor – T. Hoshino (Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology) Energy Saving Chlorine Electrolysis with Gas Diffusion Electrodes – V. Trieu, A. Bulan, S. Eiden, J. Kintrup, A. Rittermeier, and R. Weber (Covestro Deutschland AG)

17:20

F02

1088

Effect of Composition and Temperature on Current Efficiency for Aluminium Electrolysis from Cryolite-Based Molten Alumina Electrolytes – T. Morishige (Kansai University, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)), G. M. Haarberg (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), H. Gudbrandsen (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry, 7456 Trondheim, Norway), E. Skybakmoen, and A. Solheim (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry)

Characterization of Porous Materials 7

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Battery / Energy Technology Prince of Wales, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Characterization of Porous Materials - Morning Session – 10:40 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: John A. Staser and Christina Bock 10:40

1119

11:00

1120

11:20

1121

11:40

1122

The Role of Morphology in Optimized Electrochemical Performance of KOHActivated Cellulose for Supercapacitor Applications – D. Ibrahim Abouelamaiem (University College London), A. Belen Jorge (Queen Mary University), M. M. Titirici (Queen Mary University of London), P. R. Shearing, and D. J. L. Brett (University College London) Characterization of Electrochemical Surface Area and Porosity of Zirconia Sensors – L. K. Tsui, A. D. Benavidez (University of New Mexico), L. Evans (Sandia National Laboratories), and F. H. Garzon (University of New Mexico) Electrocapping Gold Nanopores with Porous Manganese Dioxide – J. Experton (Unversity of Florida Department of Chemistry), X. Wu, and C. R. Martin (University of Florida Department of Chemistry) Quantitative Microstructure Characterization of a NMC Electrode – F. L. E. UsseglioViretta and K. Smith (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

Characterization of Porous Materials - Afternoon Session – 14:00 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: John A. Staser and Christina Bock 14:00

1123

14:20

1124

14:40

1125

15:00

1126

Advanced Characterisation Techniques Applied to Battery Materials – S. Randjbar Daemi and P. R. Shearing (University College London) Characterization of Ni Filled Luminescent Porous Silicon By Optical and Magnetic Methods – P. Granitzer, K. Rumpf (Karl Franzens University Graz), M. Reissner (Vienna University of Technology), and P. Poelt (University of Technology Graz) Synthesis and Magnetic Characterization of Nanostructured Silicon with Bi-Metal Filling – K. Rumpf, P. Granitzer (Karl Franzens University Graz), R. Gonzalez-Rodriguez, J. L. Coffer (Texas Christian University), H. Michor (Vienna University of Technology), and P. Poelt (University of Technology Graz) Investigation of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Anodes, Cathodes and Electrolytes with X-Ray Scattering and Spectroscopy – A. Braun (Empa), J. Ilavsky (Argonne National Laboratory), A. J. Allen (NIST), and P. R. Jemian (ANL)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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15:40 16:00 1128

16:20

1129

16:40

1130

17:00

1131

F03

The Limitations of the Application of Darcy Law in Serpentine Flow Field – X. Zhang and H. Liu (University of Miami) Break Amorphous Transition Metal Polysulfides As Electrode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries – V. V. T. Doan-Nguyen (University of California, Santa Barbara), K. S. Subrahmanyam (Northwestern University), M. M. Butala (University of California, Santa Barbara), J. A. Gerbec (Mitsubishi Chemical Center for Advanced Materials), S. M. Islam (Northwestern University), K. N. Kanipe, C. E. Wilson (University of California, Santa Barbara), M. Balasubramanian (Advanced Photon Source, Argonne National Laboratory), K. M. Wiaderek, O. J. Borkiewicz, K. W. Chapman, P. J. Chupas (Argonne National Laboratory), M. Moskovits (University of California, Santa Barbara), B. S. Dunn (University of California - Los Angeles), M. G. Kanatzidis (Northwestern University), and R. Seshadri (University of California, Santa Barbara) The Nanoporous RP-20 Carbon Electrode As a Model for Energy Storage and Conversion Systems – Studied with µ CT, SAXS and SANS Methods – E. Härk (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu, Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin), N. Kardjilov, A. Hilger, C. Jafta, A. Petzold, S. Risse (Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin), I. Vaas (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu), G. Goerigk, M. Ballauff (Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin), and E. Lust (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu) Structural and Electrochemical Characterization of Activated Carbon for Supercapacitors – K. Ö. Köse and M. K. Aydinol (Middle East Technical University) Fabrication and Characterization of Ni-GDC/ GDC Half-Cell Manufactured By Tape Casting and Reactive Magnetron Sputtering Processes As Half-Cell for SOFC – C. Hernandez Londono (FEMTO-ST)

Multiscale Modeling, Simulation, and Design

1157

09:20

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09:40 10:00 1159

10:20

1154

08:20

1155

08:40

1156

Numerical Simulation Method for the Heat and Voltage Behavior of Thermal Battery in the Activation Process – C. Wang (Institute of Electronic Engineering,CAEP), X. Liu (Institute of Electronic Engineering ,CAEP), Y. Cao (Huazhong University of Science and Technology), X. Yang (Institute of Electronic Engineering, CARP), Y. Zhao (Institute of Electronic Engineering,CAEP), and Y. Cui (Institute of Electronic Engineering ,CAEP) Oxygen Vacancy in Cubic Crystals Produces Anisotropic Chemical Expansion – T. Das, C. James, J. D. Nicholas, and Y. Qi (Michigan State University) First-Principles Study of Ultrathin Coating Layer on Cathode Particles in Lithium Ion Batteries – Y. He and J. Park (Missouri University of Science and Technology)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

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Multiscale Modeling of Non-Local Damage Evolution in Lithium-Ion Batteries – R. Behrou (Johns Hopkins University) and K. Maute (University of Colorado at Boulder) Natural Convection in Redox Electrochemistry: Model, Simulations and Experiments – K. Isaac and F. Yuan (Missouri S&T) Break Computational Design and Sensitivity Analysis of Non-Aqueous Lithium O2 Batteries – A. Raoufi (SimCenter), A. Torayev (ALISTORE ERI), V. Thangavel (Laboratoire de Réactivité et Chimie des Solides), and A. A. Franco (LRCS (CNRS & UPJV), France; RS2E & ALISTORE ERI) Multiscale Imaging and Spectroscopy on a Lithium-Ion Pouch Cell : Experiments and Modelling – J. Nanda, H. Zhou, S. Allu, K. An, J. Li, R. E. Ruther, H. Bilheux, S. Pannala (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), V. R. Subramanian (University of Washington, Seattle), and J. A. Turner (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

Grand Ballroom, Hilton New Orleans Riverside F03 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

1161

1162

1163

F05

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Energy Technology

Multiscale Modeling, Simulation, and Design 3 – 08:00 – 10:40 Co-Chairs: John N. Harb, Scott Calabrese Barton, Gerardine G. Botte, Luis A. Diaz and Venkat R. Subramanian 08:00

09:00

A Multi-Physics Model of Low-Voltage DualElectrolyte Water Electrolyzers – J. M. Mora, R. B. Cervera, and J. D. Ocon (University of the Philippines Diliman) Mathematical Optimization of the Spatial Distribution of Platinum Particles in the Catalyst Layer of Pemfcs – J. Lamb (Florida State University), G. Mixon (Florida State Univesity), and P. Andrei (Florida A&M University and Florida State University) Simulation of Nanoscale Confinement for Process Intensification – K. S. Chavan and S. Calabrese Barton (Michigan State University)

Pulse and Pulse Reverse Electrolytic Processes Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Electrodeposition Marlborough B, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Pulse and Pulse Reverse Electrolytic Processes 1 – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: E. J. Taylor and Santosh H. Vijapur 08:00

1176

08:40

1177

09:00

1178

(Invited) Pulsed Current Deposition: From Nano-Crystalline to Multi-Functional Coatings – W. E. G. Hansal, S. Hansal, and M. Halmdienst (Hirtenberger Engineered Surfaces) Nano-Engineered Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage Applications: Synthesis, Characterization, and Mathematical Modeling – S. Karimi (University of Toronto) Pulsed Electrodeposition of Tin Electrocatalysts Onto Gas Diffusion Layers for CO2 Reduction to Formate – S. Sen (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), B. Skinn, T. D. Hall, M. Inman, E. J. Taylor (Faraday Technology, Inc.), and F. R. Brushett (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

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Tuesday, May 30

15:20


09:20

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09:40

Electrodeposited Inconel and Stellite like Coatings for Improved Corrosion Resistance in Biocombustors – T. D. Hall, S. H. Vijapur, E. J. Taylor, M. Inman (Faraday Technology, Inc.), and M. Brady (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Break

15:00

1189

15:20

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15:40

1191

Pulse and Pulse Reverse Electrolytic Processes 2 – 10:00 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Elizabeth J. Podlaha and Rajeswaran Radhakrishnan 10:00

Tuesday, May 30

10:40

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11:20

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11:40

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(Invited) Electrochemical Atomic Layer Deposition: Metal Deposition One Atomic Layer at a Time Enabled By Potential Pulsing & Self-Limiting Growth – R. Akolkar (Case Western Reserve University), Y. Dordi, A. Joi (Lam Research Corporation), K. Venkatraman, and R. Gusley (Case Western Reserve University) Pulse Potential Deposition - an Experimental Protocol for Growth of High Quality Thin Films Via Surface Limited Red-Ox Replacement Reaction – S. Brankovic, W. Dongjun, and D. Solanki (University of Houston) Effects of Pulse-Reverse Currents on Nickel Deposited from Sulphamate Solutions – B. Çetinöz (Middle East Technical University), M. Erdogan (Yildirim Beyazit University), M. S. Aras, and I. Karakaya (Middle East Technical University) New Opportunities in Pulse Plating Via SelfTerminated Electrodeposition Reactions – T. P. Moffat (National Institute of Standards and Technology), Y. Liu (LAM Research), S. H. Ahn (National Institute of Standards and Technology), N. L. Ritzert (NIST, National Institute of Standards and Technology), R. Wang (NIST), D. Gokcen (National Institute of Standards and Technology), C. Hangarter (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), and U. Bertocci (National Institute of Standards and Technology) Codeposition of Nickel-Phosphorus Alloys Reinforced with Boron Carbide Microparticles: Direct and Pulse Plating – R. Bernasconi and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano) Pulse and DC Electrodeposition of Ni-W-TiO2 Thin Film Composites – Y. Zhang and E. J. Podlaha (Northeastern University) Pulse Reverse Plating of Zn-Ni on Aluminum and Steel – J. Xu, T. D. Hall, M. Inman, E. J. Taylor, and S. Snyder (Faraday Technology, Inc.)

16:00

Pulse and Pulse Reverse Electrolytic Processes 4 – 16:20 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: E. J. Taylor and Jing Xu 16:20

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17:00

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G01

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(Invited) Electrodeposited Carbon Nanotube Ropes, Decorated with Electrodeposited Pd Nanoparticles for Fast, Sensitive, and WideRange, H2 Sensors – R. Penner (University of California-Irvine) and X. Li (University of California, Irvine) Pulse Plating of Copper from Deep Eutectic Solvents – T. Green, X. Su, and S. Roy (University of Strathclyde)

Pulse Reverse Electrolytic Stripping of Chrome Plate – H. Garich, S. Snyder, T. D. Hall, E. J. Taylor, and M. Inman (Faraday Technology, Inc.) Tandem Pulse/Pulse-Reverse Electrochemical Machining and Electrowinning for Metal Recovery, Elimination of Waste, and Minimization of Water Usage – B. Skinn, E. J. Taylor, T. D. Hall, S. Lucatero, S. Snyder, H. McCrabb, H. Garich, and M. Inman (Faraday Technology, Inc.) Pulse Reverse Electrolysis with Mg/Pt Electrode Promoting Simultaneous Removal of Ammonia and Phosphate from Wastewater – G. Quan, W. Ding, X. Li (Chongqing University,China), C. Li, and L. Zheng (Chongqing University,Chongqing 400045 ,China)

Processes at the Semiconductor Solution Interface 7 Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology / Electrodeposition / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Churchill C2, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Electrochemical Materials and Devices – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Robert P. Lynch and Colm O’Dwyer 08:00

1209

08:40

1210

09:20

1211

Pulse and Pulse Reverse Electrolytic Processes 3 – 14:00 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Maria Inman and Brian Skinn 14:00

Silver Electrodeposition from Room Temperature Ionic Liquid Electrolytes – H. Garich, E. J. Taylor (Faraday Technology, Inc.), D. M. Tench (Tench Technology), J. Davis (University of South Alabama), and T. Peng (Kirtland Air Force Base) Pulse, Electrodeposited Fe-Ni-Co Metal and Oxide Layered Nanowires – X. Geng, W. Liang, and E. J. Podlaha (Northeastern University) Deposition of Functional, Alloy Based Nanowires Via Pulse Plating Methods – W. E. G. Hansal, G. Sandulache, and S. Hansal (Hirtenberger Engineered Surfaces) Break

09:40

(Invited) Electrochemically Tuned Metamaterials: New Scenarios Navigated By Theory – A. A. Kornyshev (Imperial College London) (Invited) Probing Local Electrochemical Functionalities at Solid-Liquid Interfaces – S. V. Kalinin (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Electrochemical Charging of CdSe Quantum Dots: Effects of Adsorption Versus Intercalation – A. Puntambekar, Q. Wang, L. Miller, N. Smieszek, and V. Chakrapani (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) Break

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


10:00

1212

10:40

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11:20

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11:40

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12:20

1216

(Invited) Probing the Energetics and Kinetics at the Semiconductor Water Interface for Solar Water Splitting – D. Wang (Boston College) (Invited) Atomic Layer Deposition: A Great Tool to Synthetize High Efficiency Electrodes for Solar Fuel Generation? – L. Santinacci (Aix-Marseille Université - CNRS), M. W. Diouf (Aix-Marseille Université - CNRS, Encapsulix SAS), M. K. S. Barr, M. E. Dufond, M. Hanbucken (Aix-Marseille Université - CNRS), B. Fabre, and G. Loget (Université de Rennes 1 - CNRS) Solar-Driven CO2 Reduction to Formate at 10% Conversion Efficiency at Steady-State pH Gradients Using Bipolar Membrane – X. Zhou, R. Liu, K. Sun, Y. Chen (California Institute of Technology), E. Verlage (Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis), S. A. Francis (California Institute of Technology, JCAP), N. S. Lewis, and C. Xiang (California Institute of Technology) (Invited) Interfacial Modification of Heterojunction Metal Oxide Photo Anodes for Efficient Solar Water Splitting – S. Mathur, Y. Gonullu, and T. Fischer (University of Cologne) (Invited) Corrosion of Semiconductors at the Solution Interface in Integrated Solar Fuel Devices: Challenges and Perspectives – K. Sun and N. S. Lewis (California Institute of Technology)

Metal Oxides 1 – 14:30 – 17:50 Chair: Robert P. Lynch 14:30

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17:10

1221

(Invited) Structural Evolution of Hafnium Methacrylate Nanoclusters Following Electron-Beam Irradiation from in Situ ir Spectroscopy – Y. J. Chabal, E. Mattson, S. Rupich, and Y. Cabrera (University of Texas at Dallas) (Invited) Applying Energy Storage to Tune the Magnetism of Large-Pore Ordered Mesoporous Metal Oxide Thin Films – T. Brezesinski (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, INT) Highly-Ordered Growth of SolutionProcessable ZnO for Thin Film Transistors – D. Buckley, D. McNulty (University College Cork), V. Z. Zubialevich (Tyndall National Institute), P. J. Parbrook (Tyndall National Insitute), and C. O’Dwyer (University College Cork) Break (Invited) Ethanol Photoreaction over Anatase TiO2(101) and Rutile TiO2(110) Single Crystals. A Combined STM and Online Mass Spectrometry – H. Idriss (SABIC, UCL (UK)), G. Thornton, G. Harison (UCL (UK)), H. Katsiev, and H. Algamdi (SABIC) (Invited) Some Observations on the Electrochemical Interface of Hematite in Alkaline Electrolyte during Solar Water Oxidatiob – A. Braun (Empa)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Grand Ballroom, Hilton New Orleans Riverside G01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 • 1222 Functionalization of Gallium Phosphide Surface with an Organic Monolayer for Advanced Photoelectrochemistry – S. Hlynchuk and S. Maldonado (University of Michigan)

G02

Silicon Compatible Materials, Processes, and Technologies for Advanced Integrated Circuits and Emerging Applications 7 Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology Churchill B2, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

BEOL Material and Process Technology – 08:00 – 09:55 Co-Chairs: Kuniyuki Kakushima and Stefan De Gendt 08:00

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08:40

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09:00 09:15 1263

09:35

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Low Hydrogen Silicon Carbon Nitride Cap for High Performance Sub-10 Nm Cu-Low k Interconnect – S. V. Nguyen, H. K. Shobha (IBM Research at Albany Nanotech), T. J. Haigh (IBM STR Research), Y. Yao (IBM Systems Group), L. Tai (IBM Semiconductor R&D Center), S. A. Cohen, T. M. Shaw, C. K. Hu, E. Liniger (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center), K. Virwani (IBM Research - Almaden), D. F. Canaperi (IBM Research), and A. J. Kellock (IBM Almaden Research Center) Modeling and Simulation of Cu Diffusion in Porous Low-k Dielectrics – R. Ali (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University), Y. Fan (Virginia Tech ECE Department), S. W. King (Intel Corporation), and M. K. Orlowski (ECE Department Virginia Tech) Study of Seed-Layer Stability on Copper Electrolytic Bath – E. Delbos (Institut Lavoisier de Versailles, KMG Ultra Pure Chemicals), I. Setoain (Institut Lavoisier de Versailles), H. El Belghiti (Institut Lavoisier de Versailles, KMG Ultra Pure Chemicals), M. Frégnaux, A. M. Gonçalves, and A. Etcheberry (Institut Lavoisier de Versailles) Break Investigation of Thermal Treatment Processes for Dissimilar Wafer Bonding – C. Wang, Y. Liu, Y. Li, Y. Tian, C. Wang (Harbin Institute of Technology), and T. Suga (School of Engineering, Univ. Tokyo) Incorporation of the Organic Additives during the Damascene or TSV Process: Influence of the Applied Waveform – E. Delbos, H. El Belghiti (Institut Lavoisier de Versailles, KMG Ultra Pure Chemicals), F. Jomard (GEMAC), M. Bouttemy, and A. Etcheberry (Institut Lavoisier de Versailles)

Gordon E. Moore Medal for Outstanding Achievement in Solid State Science and Technology Award – 09:55 – 10:40 Chair: Dennis W. Hess 09:55 10:00 1265

Introductory Remarks (Gordon E. Moore Medal for Outstanding Achievement in Solid State Science and Technology Address) Transient Polymers for Low-k Dielectrics and Vaporizing Devices – P. A. Kohl (Georgia Institute of Technology)

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Tuesday, May 30

Water Splitting and Solar Fuel 2 – 10:00 – 13:00 Chair: Andrew Campion Hillier


New Materials and Device Architectures – 10:40 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Zia Karim and P. J. Timans 10:40

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(Invited) Bringing III-Vs into CMOS: From Epitaxy to Circuits – L. Czornomaz, V. V. Deshpande, E. O’Connor, M. Sousa, D. Caimi, and J. Fompeyrine (IBM Zurich Research Laboratory) (Invited) 2D/3D Tunnel-FET: Toward Green Transistors and Sensors – K. Banerjee (University of California, Santa Barbara) The Virtual FDSOI Diode with Electrostatic Doping – K. Lee (IMEP-LAHC), M. Bawedin (IMEP-LAHC, INP Minatec), M. Parihar, H. J. Park, and S. Cristoloveanu (IMEP-LAHC)

Materials and Processes for Silicon Technology – 14:00 – 17:00 Co-Chairs: Zia Karim, P. J. Timans and Fred Roozeboom 14:00

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(Invited) Atomic Layer Etching of SiO2 and Other Materials Using Plasma Process Sequences – G. S. Oehrlein (University of Maryland) Controlled Fabrication of High-Aspect-Ratio Microstructures in Silicon at Etching Rates Beyond State-of-the-Art Microstructuring Technologies – C. Cozzi, G. Polito (University of Pisa), K. W. Kolasinski (West Chester University), and G. Barillaro (University of Pisa) Electrolytic Sulfuric Acid Application in Semiconductor Cleaning Processes: An Advanced Substitution of SPM Cleaning – J. H. Ahn (SK Hynix), P. D. Kim (SK Hyinx), and S. C. Hwang (SK Hynix) Break Hydrogen-Induced Crystallization of Germanium Films at Low Temperature Using RF-PECVD Reactor – G. Dushaq, M. Rasras (Masdar Institute of Science and Technology), and A. Nayfeh (Masdar Institue of Science and Technology, Abu Dhabi, UAE) Ultra-High Purity Hydrazine Delivery for Low Temperature Metal Nitride ALD – D. Alvarez Jr., J. Spiegelman (RASIRC), A. Kummel, S. Wolf, K. Sardashti (University of California, San Diego), R. Holmes (RASIRC), M. Raynor, and H. Shimizu (Matheson Tri-Gas) The Role of Poly Slurry and Its Application on 7nm CMP – T. F. Chao, H. Huang (GlobalFoundries), and J. C. Yang (Globalfoundries US) Multiwavelength Raman Characterization of Epitaxial Silicon Wafers for in-Line Process  Characterization and Monitoring Applications – W. S. Yoo, T. Ishigaki, and K. Kang (WaferMasters, Inc.)

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Wide Bandgap Semiconductor Materials and Devices 18 Electronics and Photonics / Energy Technology Cambridge, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Oxide 1 – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Vidhya Chakrapani and Travis J. Anderson 08:00

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Thermal Budget Reduction in Triple Gate Oxide Process By WET Etch Technique – H. Tai, H. Y. Liao, H. A. Chen, P. T. Tou, W. T. Liu, M. C. Lu, and T. H. Ying (Powerchip Technology Corporation) Enhancement of Light-to-Dark Current Ratio Via Coupling Effect for MIS (p) Tunnel Diode Photo Sensors – W. T. Hou, W. C. Kao, and J. G. Hwu (National Taiwan University)

(Invited) High-Mobility Complex Oxide Films By MBE – S. Stemmer, S. Raghavan, T. Schumann, and O. Shoron (University of California, Santa Barbara) (Invited) Challenges for Etch Technology and the Integration of New Channel Materials Beyond 7 Nm – A. Ranjan (Tokyo Electron Miyagi Ltd) and P. Ventzek (Tokyo Electron America Inc.) Band Gap Changes in Zn(1-x)Mnxo Nanomaterials – M. F. Kasim (Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam, Malaysia, Centre for Nanomaterials Research, Institute of Science) and N. Kamarulzaman (Centre for Nanomaterials Research, Institute of Science) Modulating Conductivity and Optical Transparency in Spin-Coated Multilayered ZnO and Al:ZnO Thin Films – D. Buckley, R. McCormack, D. McNulty (University College Cork), V. Z. Zubialevich (Tyndall National Institute), P. J. Parbrook (Tyndall National Insitute), and C. O’Dwyer (University College Cork) Break

Oxide 2 – 10:00 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Vidhya Chakrapani and Jennifer K. Hite 10:00

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Grand Ballroom, Hilton New Orleans Riverside G02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Evgeni Gusev and P. J. Timans

Reliability Characteristics of Low Dielectric Constant Materials Under MechanicalElectrical Stress – C. Y. Lee, Y. L. Cheng, C. W. Haung, and Y. C. Chuang (National ChiNan University) Controlling the Electrochemical Etching of Ordered Pores with High Aspect Ratio at the Submicrometer Scale in Silicon – G. Polito, C. Cozzi, and G. Barillaro (University of Pisa)

(Invited) Unified Band Diagram Framework for the Development of Cation Intercalation Materials for Next Generation Batteries – M. J. Young (National Institute of Standards and Technology), A. M. Holder (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), and C. B. Musgrave (University of Colorado) (Invited) Discovering Wide Band Gap Oxide Semiconductors By Engineering Strong Electron Correlations – S. Ramanathan (Purdue) Vacancy-Induced Semiconductor–Insulator– Metal Transitions in Nonstoichiometric Transition Metal Oxides – Q. Wang, A. Puntambekar, and V. Chakrapani (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) Abnormal I-V Characteristics of Nanoparticle Based Al / ZnO / Au Diodes – H. von Seggern and P. Mundt (Technische Universität Darmstadt) (Invited) Effect of Temperature and 5 Mev Proton Irradiation Damage on Performance of b-Ga2O3 Photodetectors – F. Ren, S. J. Pearton, S. Ahn (University of Florida), J. Kim, Y. Jung, S. Oh (Korea University), M. A. Mastro, J. K. Hite, and C. R. Eddy Jr. (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory) Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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(Invited) Zinc Oxide As a Potential Material for Future Electronic Device Applications – P. Siddiqua (The University of British Columbia), M. Shur (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), and S. K. O’Leary (The University of British Columbia)

Chalcogenides 1 – 14:00 – 15:20 Co-Chairs: Scott Calabrese Barton and Vidhya Chakrapani 14:00

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(Invited) Engineering Semiconductor Interfaces Via Non-Native Nanostructures to Facilitate Electron-Hole Separation – R. G. Pala (IIT Kanpur) and S. Sivakumar (Indian Institute of Technology at Kanpur) Optimization of Cbd PbSe Thin Films for Photovoltaic Applications – D. Saikia (Sibsagar College, Joysagar, Assam, India), P. Phukan (Material Science Laboratory, Sibsagar College, Joysagar), and R. Vaid (University of Jammu) Photoelectric Properties of TiO2-X Nanotube Photoelectrodes Decorated By Size-Dependent of CdSe Quantum Dots – K. Du, G. Liu, X. Chen, and K. Wang (IMST, University College of Southeast Norway) Break

Chalcogenides 2 – 15:20 – 16:40 Co-Chairs: Scott Calabrese Barton and Vidhya Chakrapani 15:20

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Optical and Electrical Changes in 2-Dimentional Black Phosphorus Under Electron-Beam Irradiation – S. Kim (Korea University) Formation of CdS Thin Film on Different Substrates Using Electrochemical Atomic Layer Deposition (E-ALD) – S. Shen (The University of Georgia) and J. L. Stickney (University of Georgia) Fabrication and Characterization of CdTe Schottky Barrier Solar Cell – X. Zhang (The University of Georgia) and J. L. Stickney (University of Georgia) Resistively Detected Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in Gated Insb QW at Elevated Temperature for Quantum Information Processing – M. M. Uddin (Chittagong University of Engineering & Technology)

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Solid-State Electronics and Photonics in Biology and Medicine 4 Electronics and Photonics / Sensor Eglinton Winton, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Energy Harvesting, Storage, and Self-Powered Applications 1 – 08:30 – 11:30 Co-Chairs: Minbaek Lee and Zong-Hong Lin 08:30

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GaN Based Carbon Dioxide Sensor – S. Jung (Dankook University), K. H. Baik (Hongik University), and S. Jang (Dankook University) The Birefringence Study of Nonpolar a-Plane GaN Films Using Terahertz TimeDomain Spectroscopy – K. H. Baik (Hongik University) and S. Jang (Dankook University) Adjoint Method for Increasing the Breakdown Voltage and Reducing the on-State Resistance in Wide Band Gap Power Transistors – C. Zhu (Aeropropulsion, Mechatronics and Energy Center) and P. Andrei (Florida A&M University and Florida State University)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

(Invited) Flexible Polymer Nanogenerators for Biomechanical Energy Harvesting – X. Wang (University of Wisconsin Madison) (Invited) Flexible Piezo-, Tribo-Electric Energy Harvesting Devices for Self-Powered Nanosensor Systems – M. Lee (Inha University) Break Monolithic Integration of 2D Piezoelectric Semiconductors on Printed Electrodes for Stretchable Smart Skin – R. Wang and W. Wu (Purdue University) (Invited) Tuning Physicochemical Properties of MoS2 By Mechanical Strain – X. Zheng (Stanford Univeristy) (Invited) Phonon Coherence and Backscattering in Thermal Transport of Silicon Nanostructures – J. Lee (University of California, Irvine) Solution-Processed Tellurium Nanowires for Stretchable and Wearable Piezoelectric Device – Y. Wang and W. Wu (Purdue University)

Energy Harvesting, Storage, and Self-Powered Applications 2 – 13:30 – 16:50 Co-Chairs: Xudong Wang and Wenzhuo Wu 13:30

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Grand Ballroom, Hilton New Orleans Riverside H01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00

Photon Absorption Enhancement of TiO2 Nanotube Arrays Decorated with Aluminum Nanoparticles – S. Zhang, K. Du, G. Liu (IMST, University College of Southeast Norway), C. Yang (Hubei University), and K. Wang (IMST, University College of Southeast Norway, Hubei University)

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(Invited) Mechanically Flexible Integrated Photonic Systems for Sensing and Communications – J. Hu (MIT) Multifunctional Textile for Energy Harvesting and Self-Powered Sensing Applications – Y. T. Jao, T. W. Chang, and Z. H. Lin (National Tsing Hua University) (Invited) Electrochemical Determining and Regenerating Catalytic Materials in Applications of Sensing and Energy – J. F. Huang (Department of Chemistry, National Chung Hsing University) Break (Invited) Investigation of Phosphorene in Electrochemical Energy Storage Devices – N. Koratkar (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) Self-Powered Electrochemical Systems for the Synthesis of Metal Nanoparticles and Their Use in Lactate Detection – Y. H. Tsao, C. H. Chen, and Z. H. Lin (National Tsing Hua University) (Invited) Printing 3D Gel Polymer Electrolyte in Li-Ion Microbattery Using Stereolithography – Q. Chen, R. Xu, Z. He, K. Zhao, and L. Pan (Purdue University) A Self-Powered Active Antibacterial System Controlled By Human Motions – T. M. Chou, Y. Y. Ke, and Z. H. Lin (National Tsing Hua University) 109

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Properties and Applications of 2-Dimensional Layered Materials 2 Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology / Nanocarbons Chequers, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

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Catalysis in PEM/Acid Media 1 – 10:20 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Vijay K. Ramani and Hui Xu 10:20

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Synthesis and Properties – 08:30 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Chih-Wen Yang and Colm O’Dwyer 08:30

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Reversing the Properties of 2D Black Phosphorus through Water Rinsing – S. Kim (Korea University) Photon-Assisted Electrochemical Deposition of Germanene – J. Jung, M. Ledina, N. Bui, and J. L. Stickney (University of Georgia) (Invited) Graphene-Based Layer Transfer – J. Kim (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Break

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2D Materials for Energy Applications – 10:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Lain-Jong Li and Sang-Woo Kim 10:00

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(Invited) Recent Progress on 2D Materials for Electrochemistry – M. Chhowalla (Rutgers University) (Invited) Piezoelectric and Triboelectric Properties in 2D Materials for Energy Harvesting and Sensor Applications – S. W. Kim (Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU)) (Invited) Design Two-Dimensional Layered Materials for Rechargeable Magnesium Batteries – Y. Yao (University of Houston) (Invited) Lithium Ions in Layered 2D Transition Metal Carbides: MAX Phases and Mxenes – Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University), Y. Gao (Jilin University), and J. Xu (Yancheng Institute of Technology)

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In Situ investigation of Interfacial Transformations Between Oriented Transition Metal Dichalcogenides and Metals – N. Kondekar and M. T. McDowell (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Oxygen or Hydrogen Evolution Catalysts for Water Electrolysis 3 Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Grand Salon A - Section 3, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Opening Lectures – 08:05 – 10:20 Co-Chairs: Hui Xu and Pawel J. Kulesza 08:05 08:10 1377

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Overcoming Catalytic Material Challenges for Advanced Water Splitting Technologies – D. Peterson, E. L. Miller, K. Randolph, N. Rustagi (U.S. Department of Energy), and B. Klahr (U.S. Department of Energy - ORISE Fellow) (Invited) Megawatt PEM Electrolyzers: from Laboratory to Market, a Road Map – M. Hamdan (Giner Inc.) (Invited) Electrocatalyst Development for Hydrogen and Oxygen Evolution: From Fundamentals to Application in Electrolysis Devices – T. F. Jaramillo (Stanford University Department of Chemical Engineering)

(Invited) Electrochemical Atomic Layer Deposition of Ultrathin Electrocatalytic Films – T. P. Moffat, S. H. Ahn (National Institute of Standards and Technology), Y. Liu (LAM Research), U. Bertocci, D. Gokcen, N. L. Ritzert, R. Wang (National Institute of Standards and Technology), and C. Hangarter (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory) Acid-Stable, Low-Noble-Metal Content Oxygen Evolution Electrocatalysts Via Rapid Plasma Synthesis – S. Kumari, C. Robinson, B. Ajayi, M. K. Sunkara, and J. M. Spurgeon (University of Louisville, Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research) Analysis of Voltage Losses in PEM Water Electrolyzers with Low Platinum Group Metal Loadings – M. Bernt (Bayerisches Zentrum für angewandte Energieforschung, Technical University of Munich), M. Singer, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich) Characterization of Hydrogen and Oxygen Evolution Electrocatalysts for PEM Water Electrolysis – P. Millet (Paris-Sud University)

Catalysis in PEM/Acid Media 2 – 13:25 – 15:20 Co-Chairs: Hui Xu and Jingguang G Chen

Grand Ballroom, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

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Introductory Remarks (Invited) Carbide/Nitride and Bimetallic Catalysts for Water Electrolysis – J. G. Chen (Columbia University) One Dimensional (1D) Nanotubular F Doped Transition Metal Oxide Arrayed Architectures - Robust Oxygen Evolution Electrocatalyst for PEM Water Electrolysis – S. D. Ghadge, P. P. Patel (Dept. of Chemical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh), M. K. Datta, O. I. Velikokhatnyi, and P. N. Kumta (Department of Bioengineering, University of Pittsburgh) Oxygen and Hydrogen Evolution Activities of IrO2 Nanocrystals Synthesized By Molten-Salt Method – Y. Mao, S. Mohan, and J. Ahmed (University of Texas Rio Grande Valley) Iridium Oxide/Nafion Catalyst for Oxygen Evolution Reaction and Proton Exchange Membrane Water Electrolyzer – H. Yu (University of Connecticut), N. Danilovic, C. Capuano, K. E. Ayers (Proton OnSite), and R. Maric (Center for Clean Energy Engineering) Intermission

Modeling and Characterizations – 15:20 – 16:40 Co-Chairs: Feng-Yuan Zhang and Vijay K. Ramani 15:20

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(Invited) In-Situ investigation of Triple-Phase Boundary Electrochemical Reactions in PEM Electrolyzer Cells – F. Y. Zhang (UT Space Institute, University of Tennessee, Knoxville) Liquid-Solid and Solid-Solid Interfaces in Electrocatalysis from First Principles – Z. Zeng (School of Chemical Engineering, Purdue University) and J. Greeley (Purdue University) An Electrochemistry in Situ TEM Study on the Shape Evolution of Octahedral Pt-Ni Nanoparticles – V. Beermann (Technical University Berlin), M. E. Holtz, D. A. Muller (Cornell University), and P. Strasser (Technical University Berlin) Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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Interwoven Heterostructural Co3O4-Carbon@ Feooh Hollow Polyhedrons with Enhanced Electrochemical Properties for Lithium Storage and Water Splitting – W. Xu, Z. Xie, Z. Wang, G. Dietrich (Louisiana State University), and Y. Wang (Louisiana state Univeristy) Facile Synthesis of Nano-Alloy Particles for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction – D. P. Leonard, X. Ji, T. W. Surta, J. Villegas, and W. Mosley (Oregon State University) Highly Porous Molybdenum and Tungsten Carbides for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction Synthesized from a Sacrificial Leaching – M. Kim, D. Song, S. Oh, and E. Cho (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Doped TiO2 supported-Catalysts for Oxygen Evolution Reaction in Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Electrolytic Cell – E. J. Kim, M. Kim, and E. Cho (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Interfacial Effect Study of Alkaline Membrane Media Using Microelectrodes – J. Malley, H. Doan, I. Gunasekara, and S. Mukerjee (Northeastern University) A Hybrid Material Based on Molybdenum Carbide and Nitrogen Doped Carbon for Electrochemical Hydrogen Evolution – S. Chakrabartty and C. R. Raj (Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur) Crystal Morphology of CuO-TiO2 Nanotubes and the Glycerol Concentration on the Photocatalytic Hydrogen Generation – T. T. H. Vu, T. N. Q. Ton (University of Science), N. D. Nguyen (PetroVietnam University), T. T. N. Le (Dong Thap University), and V. S. H. Nguyen (University of Science)

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Materials for Low Temperature Electrochemical Systems 3

Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Grand Salon B - Section 7, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

ORR Electrocatalysts 2 – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Piotr Zelenay and Gang Wu 08:00

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(Invited) Shape Fixing By Salt Nanoreactor to Produce Nanocarbon Materials for the Catalysis of Oxygen Reduction Reaction – Z. Wei, W. Ding, L. Li, S. Chen, and X. Qi (Chongqing University) Effects of Porosity and Ionomer Composition on Fuel Cell Performance of PGM-Free ORR Catalysts – X. Yin (Los Alamos National Laboratory), L. Lin (Los Alamos National Laboratory, University of Science and Technology of China), H. T. Chung, S. Komini Babu, U. Martinez, G. M. Purdy, and P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Synergistic Effect on the Activity of Fe+ZrO2 Non‑PGM ORR Catalysts for PEMFC – P. Madkikar, M. Piana, T. Mittermeier, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Model Nitrogen-Carbon and Iron-NitrogenCarbon Materials for Investigating the Oxygen Reduction Reaction – C. Ngo, M. J. Dzara, M. B. Strand, J. Hagen (Colorado School of Mines), K. Artyushkova (Center for MicroEngineered Materials), and S. Pylypenko (Colorado School of Mines) Break Nitrogen-Doped Carbon-Encapsulated FeCo Nanoparticles As Non-Noble Metal Cathode Electrocatalyst for Direct Formate Fuel Cells – N. A. Galiote, F. E. Oliveira (IQSC), and F. H. B. de Lima (Universidade de São Paulo (USP)) Non-Noble Metal Oxygen Reduction Reaction Catalysts Based on Tungsten Carbide Supports and Fe-N Structures: Rrde Studies in Acid and Alkaline Media – U. A. Rego (Universidade de Sao Paulo (USP)), T. Lopes (Instituto de Pesquisas Energeticas e Nucleares), J. L. BottNeto (Universidade de Sao Paulo (USP)), A. A. Tanaka (Universidade Federal do Maranhao), and E. A. Ticianelli (Universidade de São Paulo (USP)) Pdaucu Nanobranches As Self-Repair Electrocatalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – R. Yang, H. Gong, X. Cao, M. Rummeli (Soochow University), and P. Strasser (Technical University Berlin) Bifunctional Oxygen Reduction/Evolution Reaction Electrocatalyst Based on MnO2 for Rechargeable Alkaline Metal-Air Batteries and Regenerative Fuel Cells: Challenges and Opportunities – E. L. Gyenge (Dept. of Chemical and Biological Engineering) and P. Hosseini Benhangi (University of British Columbia) Elucidating Structure-Activity Relationships for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction at MnBased Perovskites – D. Fermin (School of Chemistry, University of Bristol) and V. Celorrio (University of Bristol) Oxygen-Reduction Active Carbon Supports for Pt Cathode Catalysts in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – G. Wu (University at Buffalo, the State University of New York) Study on Highly Conductive and AntiCorrosion Titanium Oxide-Supported Pt Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – A. D. Duma (Mr)

Alkaline Fuel Cells – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Yushan Yan and John Varcoe 14:00

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(Invited) Membrane and Catalysts for Hydroxide Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – Y. Yan (University of Delaware) Importance of Resonance Structure on Alkaline Stability – S. Maurya, K. S. Lee (Los Alamos National Laboratory), C. Fujimoto (Sandia National Laboratory), and Y. S. Kim (Los Alamos National Laboratory) High Performance Radiation-Grafted Anion Conducting Polymer Electrolytes for Energy Applications – J. Ponce Gonzalez, L. Wang, E. Santiago, R. Bance-Soualhi, D. Whelligan, A. L. Biancolli, and J. Varcoe (University of Surrey)

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Influence of the Oxygen Partial Pressure on the Oxygen Reduction Reaction Kinetics for the Low Platinum Loading Catalysts – R. Jäger (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu), P. Ereth Kasatkin (University of Tartu), E. Härk, R. Kanarbik (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu), T. Kallio (Department of Chemistry, Aalto University), H. Jiang (Aalto University), U. Joost (Institute of Physics, University of Tartu), J. Aruväli (Institute of Ecology and Earth Sciences), P. Paiste (University of Tartu), H. Kurig, I. Tallo, and E. Lust (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu) Break

General Electrocatalysis 1 – 16:00 – 18:20 Co-Chairs: Pawel J. Kulesza and Kannan Pasupathikovil Ramaiyan 16:00

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Renewable Fuels via Artificial Photosynthesis 2

Energy Technology / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Sensor Grand Salon A - Section 6, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Plasmon-Enhanced Solar Energy Conversion 1 – 08:15 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Heli Wang and Nianqiang (Nick) Wu 08:15 08:20 1533

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Pd-Monolayer Catalysts for CO2 Electrochemical Reduction – Z. Liang, M. B. Vukmirovic, and R. R. Adzic (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory) 1460 Carbon Support Nanostructuration for CO2 Electroreduction to Formic Acid on Copper Based Catalysts – C. Comminges (Université de Poitiers - IC2MP), N. E. Sahin, A. Le Valant (Université de Poitiers – IC2MP), T. W. Napporn (Université de Poitiers - IC2MP), J. Parmentier, J. Kiener (Université de Haute Alsace - IS2M), O. Ersen, G. Melinte (Université de Strasbourg - IPCMS), and K. B. Kokoh (Université de Poitiers – IC2MP) 1461 Dynamic Reaction Phenomena during Electrochemical Reduction of CO to Hydrocarbons on Copper – D. B. Trimarco, S. B. Scott, A. Bodin, J. E. Sørensen, N. Mazzanti, A. Bagger, T. Pedersen, O. Hansen, I. Chorkendorff (Technical University of Denmark), J. Rossmeisl (University of Copenhagen, Department of Chemistry), P. C. K. Vesborg, and I. E. L. Stephens (Technical University of Denmark) 1462 Catalysts Facet Orientation and Surface Modifications for Improved Activity of Alcohol Oxidation – M. Li (Brookhaven National Laboratory, Erachem Comilog Inc.) and R. R. Adzic (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory) 1463 Specific Metal-Polyoxometallate Interactions in Electrocatalysis, Photoelectrochemistry and Efficient Charge Propagation – P. J. Kulesza (University of Warsaw) 1464 SnP2O7 Based Membranes for Intermediate Temperature Electrochemical-Synthesis of Ammonia – K. P. Ramaiyan, S. Maurya, Y. S. Kim (Los Alamos National Laboratory), F. H. Garzon (University of New Mexico), R. Mukundan, and C. R. Kreller (Los Alamos National Laboratory) 1465 Effect of Carbon Support and Synthesis Method on Pt NP Utilization and Activity – S. Ketabi, E. N. El Sawy (University of Calgary), and V. Birss (Department of Chemistry, University of Calgary)

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Keynote Speech on Solar Energy Conversion – 10:00 – 10:40 Co-Chairs: Nianqiang (Nick) Wu and Heli Wang 10:00

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Plasmon-Enhanced Solar Energy Conversion 2 – 10:40 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Nianqiang (Nick) Wu and Heli Wang 10:40

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(Invited) Photocatalysis Based on PlasmonInduced Charge Separation – T. Tatsuma, K. C. Kao, L. Wu, Y. Kuroiwa, and H. Nishi (Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo) (Invited) Artificial Photosynthesis Using Plasmon-Mediated Electron Transfer – T. Oshikiri, X. Shi, K. Ueno (Hokkaido University), and H. Misawa (Hokkaido University, National Chiao Tung University) Investigating the Plasmonic Hot-Carrier Injection Mechanism for CO2 Reduction Using Nanostructured Ag Catalysts – Y. Kim, E. Creel, E. Corson, F. Qiu, J. J. Urban, B. D. McCloskey, and R. Kostecki (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

Artifical Photosynthesis Systems – 14:00 – 15:50 Co-Chairs: Tetsu Tatsuma and Isabell Thomann 14:00

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Welcoming Remarks Photo/ Catalytic Activation of Carbon Dioxide through Implementation of Plasmonic Metal Nanoparticles – R. Solarska and K. Bienkowski (University of Warsaw) (Invited) Photo-Induced Force Mapping of Plasmonic Nanostructures – I. Thomann (Rice University) (Invited) Observation of Plasmon-Induced Water Oxidation and Reduction Reactions By in-Situ Electrochemical Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering – K. Murakoshi (Hokkaido University) Break

(Invited) Mathematical Modeling of Novel Artificial-Photosynthesis Devices – R. Bala Chandran (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), L. C. Weng (Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis, LBNL), S. Ardo (University of California, Irvine), A. T. Bell (Dept. Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, UC Berkeley), and A. Z. Weber (JCAP/ESDRD - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) (Invited) High Performance Components for Solar-Driven Photoelectrochemical Fuel Generators – F. A. Houle (Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis) (Invited) Novel Nanomaterials, Structures and Interfaces for Solar Fuel Production – S. Yang (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) Break Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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(Invited) Recent Advances in III-V Multijunction Semiconductor PhotoElectrochemical Water Splitting – T. G. Deutsch, J. L. Young, M. Steiner (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), H. Döscher (Philipps-Universität Marburg), and J. A. Turner (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) Understanding and Mitigating Degradation Phenomena in Photoelectrochemical Devices – F. Nandjou and S. Haussener (Lab. of Renewable Energy Science & Engg. (LRESE), EPFL) Interplay Between Chemical and Optoelectronic Properties of III/V-Water Interfaces from Ab Initio Simulations – B. C. Wood, T. A. Pham, and T. Ogitsu (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) Binary and Ternary Earth-Abundant Transition Metal Phosphides As Electrocatalysts and Photocatalysts for Water Splitting – D. D. Rodene, S. K. Saraswat, V. Tallapally, I. Arachchige, and R. B. Gupta (Virginia Commonwealth University) Solar-to-Hydrogen Efficiency: Shining Light on Photoelectrochemical Device Performance – J. L. Young, H. Döscher, J. F. Geisz, J. A. Turner, and T. G. Deutsch (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) From in-Situ to in-Operando Evaluation of SOFC Cathodes for Enhanced ORR Activity and Durability – E. D. Wachsman, G. Cohn, Y. L. Huang, and C. Pellegrinelli (University of Maryland) Identifying Continuous Series of Elementary Steps in Electrocatalysis By a Novel Isotope Exchange Method – I. Riess (Technion-IIT) Break (Invited) Atomic-Scale Surface Science Investigations for Understanding and Producing Electrochemical Interfaces – U. Diebold (TU Wien) (Invited) Interaction of Ni Anode with GdDoped CeO2 Studied By Adsorbed Species with Infrared Spectroscopy – J. Kubota (Fukuoka University) Effect of Co-Existing (La,Sr)2CoO4 Phase on the Oxygen Exchange Reaction of Dense and Porous (La,Sr)CoO3 Electrodes – T. Kawada (Tohoku University), K. Yashiro (Tohoku University, Japan), S. I. Hashimoto (Tohoku University,Japan), and K. Amezawa (Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Assessing Doping Effects on Surface Chemical Stability By in Situ AP-Xps in Barium Perovskites, BaCexZr0.9-XY0.1O2.95  (x = 0.9 ; 0.2 ; 0)  – A. Jarry (Dept. of Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Maryland), S. Ricote (Mechanical Eng. Dept., Colorado School Of Mines), A. Geller, X. Zhang, C. Pellegrinelli, I. Takeuchi, E. D. Wachsman (University of Maryland), B. W. Eichhorn (Dept. of Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Maryland), and E. J. Crumlin (Advanced Light Source - LBNL)

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Microstructure Degradation of LSM/ YSZ Cathodes for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells after Long Operation Time Using 3D Reconstructions By FIB Tomography and X-Ray Fluorescence – A. Zekri, M. A. Essafi, M. Knipper, T. Plaggenborg, and J. Parisi (University of Oldenburg) Impact of Dislocations on Surface Reactivity of Ceria with Singe Atom Catalysts – B. Yildiz and L. Sun (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Correlating Cathode/Electrolyte Interface Characteristics to SOFC Performance – J. Szász, F. Wankmüller, J. Joos (IAM-WET, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), V. Wilde (LEM, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), H. Störmer, D. Gerthsen (LEM, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany), and E. Ivers-Tiffée (IAM-WET, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)) (Invited) The Effect of Dopants on the Stabilization of the Cubic BSCF Phase in O2- and CO2-Containing Atmospheres – D. Gerthsen, H. Störmer, M. Meffert, V. Wilde (LEM, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany), L. Almar, F. Sigloch, L. S. Unger (IAM-WET, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany), and E. Ivers-Tiffée (IAM-WET, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)) Break (Invited) Oxygen Exchange Kinetics on Technological Versus Model Type Electrodes – P. V. Hendriksen (DTU Energy, Technical University of Denmark), S. Ovtar (Technical University of Denmark), and Đ. Tripković (DTU Energy, Technical University of Denmark) (Invited) Contribution of Triple Phase Boundary Reaction in Mixed-Conducting SOFC Cathodes – K. Amezawa (Tohoku University), Y. Fujimaki (Tohoku University, Japan), K. Mizuno, T. Nakamura, Y. Kimura (Tohoku University), K. Nitta, Y. Terada (JASRI), F. Iguchi, H. Yugami (Tohoku University), K. Yashiro (Tohoku University, Japan), and T. Kawada (Tohoku University)

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III-V Compound Photoelectrodes for Hydrogen Generation – 15:50 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Isabell Thomann and Tetsu Tatsuma


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PGM Catalysts and Electrodes – 08:00 – 12:10 Co-Chairs: Vijay K. Ramani and Masahiro Watanabe 08:00 08:05 1627

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Introductory Remarks (Invited) The Growing Importance of Hydrogen in Our Energy System and Extended Surface Electrocatalyst Development and Implementation – S. M. Alia, K. Hurst, S. A. Mauger, K. C. Neyerlin, S. S. Kocha (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), C. Ngo, S. M. Shulda, S. Pylypenko (Colorado School of Mines), and B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) (Invited) Development of Highly Active and Stable Pt and Pt Alloy Catalysts Evading the Draw-Back of the Nano-Sizing for PEFC Cathodes – M. Watanabe (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi, University of Yamanashi), H. Yano (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi), and H. Uchida (Clean Energy Research Center, University of Yamanashi) (Invited) Current Status on Ballard Fuel Cells and Future Catalyst Development – S. Ye, D. Banham, L. Yang, and S. Knights (Ballard Power Systems) Intermission (Invited) From Fundamentals to PEMFC Systems – H. Lv, D. Li, P. P. Lopes, D. Strmcnik, R. Wang, N. M. Markovic, and V. Stamenkovic (Argonne National Laboratory) (Invited) How Oxygen-Containing Intermediates and Surface Charge Regulate Oxygen Reduction Reaction of Platinum Electrocatalysts – J. Huang and J. Zhang (Tsinghua University, Dept. Automotive Engineering) (Invited) Pt/RuO2-TiO2 (RTO) As Cell Reversal Tolerant Anode Catalyst for PEFCs – A. Kumar, D. Atienza (Nissan Technical Center North America), V. K. Ramani (Washington University in St. Louis), and N. Dale (Nissan Technical Center North America) (Invited) High Performance Pt-Based Octahedral Nanocatalysts in Fuel Cells – Y. Huang and Z. Zhao (University of California Los Angeles) Characterization of Inkjet Printed Electrodes with Improved Porosity – S. Shukla (University of Alberta, Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.), D. Stanier (University of Alberta), M. S. Saha (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.), B. Zahiri (Clean Energy Research Centre, UBC), M. Tam (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.), J. Stumper (Automotive Fuel cell Cooperation Corp.), and M. Secanell (University of Alberta)

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(Invited) Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Powered Small Unmanned Aerial Systems for Long Endurance – D. Chu (U.S. Army Research Laboratory) (Invited) Smart Electrolyte Matrix for Enhanced Carbonate Fuel Cell Life – A. Hilmi, A. Surendranath, and C. Y. Yuh (FuelCell Energy, Inc.) (Invited) The Effect of Heat-Treatment on Mechanical Property and Wetting Behavior of α-LiAlO2 – L. Gao, J. R. Selman, and P. Nash (Illinois Institute of Technology, Thermal Processing Technology Center)

Grand Ballroom, Hilton New Orleans Riverside I05 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Chair: Hui Xu •

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Model-based Analysis of Carbon Corrosion in Start-up/Shutdown, Fuel Starvation, and Voltage Reversal of a Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell – J. Chen (Ford Motor Company), J. Hu (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corporation), and J. Waldecker (Ford Motor Company) Numerical Study of Roughness and Contact Angle Effects on Water Transport in a Gas Channel – A. Jarauta (University of Alberta), T. Chan (Berkeley University of California), A. Z. Weber (JCAP/ESDRD - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), P. Ryzhakov, J. Pons-Prats (Centre Internacional de Metodes Numerics en Enginyeria), and M. Secanell (University of Alberta) Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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Four-in-One Electrode for Micro Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells – Y. Li (Xi’an Jiaotong University)

Crosscutting Metrics and Benchmarking of Transformational Low-Carbon Energy-Conversion Technologies

Integrating Theory, Experimental, and Validation Benchmarking Methods at Different Scales – 13:25 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Anthony H. McDaniel and David Ginley 13:25 13:30 1666

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Energy Materials Network Overviews – 07:55 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Huyen N. Dinh, Eric L. Miller and Katie Randolph 07:55 08:00 1658

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) The U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Materials Network – R. Sarkar, W. Joost, and E. L. Miller (U.S. Department of Energy) (Invited) An Overview of Hydro GΕΝ, a DΟΕ Energy Materials Network Consortium Aimed at Accelerating the Development of Advanced Water Splitting Materials – K. Randolph, E. L. Miller (U.S. Department of Energy), H. N. Dinh (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), and B. M. Klahr (Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education) (Invited) Lightmat: A U.S. Dept. of Energy, Energy Materails Network – D. Herling (Pacifc Northwest National Laboratory) Break (Invited) Duramat - a Systems Driven Approach to Improving Module Material Durability in the Energy Materials Network – T. M. Barnes (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), D. Olson (DOE EERE), M. Gordon (Sandia National Lab), D. Ginley (NREL), M. F. Toney (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory), A. Jain (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), R. Schunk (Sandia National Laboratories), and S. Kurtz (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) (Invited) The Electrocat (Electrocatalysis) Consortium – A. R. Wilson, D. C. Papageorgopoulos (U.S. Department of Energy), D. J. Myers (Argonne National Laboratory), P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory), H. N. Dinh (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), and K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) (Invited) An Overview of the Hydrogen Materials - Advanced Research Consortium (HyMARC), a DOE Energy Materials Network Consortium, to Accelerate Development of Hydrogen Storage Materials – N. T. Stetson (U.S. Department of Energy), M. D. Allendorf (Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA 94551-0969), J. Adams (U.S. Department of Energy), Z. Hulvey (Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education), and K. Randolph (U.S. Department of Energy) (Invited) Chemcatbio: Chemical Catalysis for Bioenergy – N. Fitzgerald (U.S. Department of Energy) (Invited) Integrating Theory and Experiment to Design and Develop Advanced Materials for the Production of Transportation Fuels Via Catalytic Fast Pyrolysis of Biomass: Transition Metal Carbides and Phosphides – J. Schaidle (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

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Introductory Remarks (Invited) The Materials Project: Milestones, Challenges, and Opportunities in HighThroughput Computational Materials Science – J. H. Montoya (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) and K. A. Persson (University of California at Berkeley) (Invited) Design and Realization of New Thermochemically Active Materials – L. Garten (NREL), S. Dwaraknath (LBNL), R. Whitehead (NREL), P. Selvarasu (Centre for Nanoscience & Tech., Pondicherry University, NREL), D. R. Barcellos de Oliveira (Colorado School of Mines), Z. Chan (Harvard University), C. Duan (Metallurg. & Mtls Dept., Colorado School Of Mines), K. Stone (SLAC), K. A. Persson (University of California at Berkeley), R. O’Hayre (Colorado School of Mines), D. Nocera (Harvard University), and D. Ginley (NREL) (Invited) Exploring and Understanding Energy Conversion at Interfaces By Combining Simulations and X-Ray Spectroscopy – D. Prendergast (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) (Invited) Rapid Computational Screening of Materials for Water Splitting Using Ab Initio and Machine Learned Models: Thermodynamic and Kinetics of Solar Thermal H2 generation – R. Trottier, S. MillerMillican, C. Bartel (University of Colorado Boulder), A. M. Holder (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), A. Weimer, and C. B. Musgrave (University of Colorado) Break (Invited) Predicting Properties of Complex Interfaces for Photoelectrochemistry: Challenges and Strategies – B. C. Wood, T. Ogitsu, and T. A. Pham (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) (Invited) Mesoscale Modeling Approaches for Hydrogen Generation and Storage – T. W. Heo, T. Ogitsu, and B. C. Wood (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) (Invited) Synthetic Screening of Electrolytes for Li-Air Batteries – R. E. Jones, F. S. Gittleson (Sandia National Laboratories), M. E. Foster (Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA 94551-0969), and D. K. Ward (Sandia National Laboratories) (Invited) Integrating Theory and Experiment to Understand and Control Reaction Pathways – M. F. Toney (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) Discussion

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Organic Electrochemistry in Honor of Albert Fry 2 – 08:25 – 11:25 Chair: Flavio Maran

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Introductory Remarks Radical Cation Diels-Alder By Electrocatalyst – Y. Imada, K. Chiba (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), and Y. Okada (Tokyo Univ. of Agric. & Technol.) Unexpected H-Bond Dimers in Organic Electrochemistry: The Case of Phenylenediamines and Pyridines in Acetonitrile – D. K. Smith, L. A. Clare, T. Pham, and L. Rafou (San Diego State University) Electrosynthesis of Linear PEDOT Fibers By Means of Bipolar Electrochemistry – S. Inagi, M. Ohira, Y. Koizumi, H. Nishiyama, and I. Tomita (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Break Decomposition of Strong Carboxylic Acids Redox Catalyzed By Carboxylate Ions; Chemical Grafting of Carbon Surfaces – F. J. González, V. Ramírez (Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del IPN), and A. Mendez (Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla) Trifecta of Ionic Liquid As Solvent, Electrolyte, and Mediator – H. Shimakoshi, K. Takamatsu, and Y. Hisaeda (Kyushu University) Functionality Impacts on Reaction Rates for Single Compounds and Simple Mixtures of Aldehydes and Ketones – J. Holladay, M. Lilga, and A. Padmaperuma (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) Organic Electrochemistry Goes to Work: Genotoxicity Sensor Arrays – J. F. Rusling, K. Kadimisetty, S. Malla, and I. Bist (University of Connecticut)

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Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry General Session and Grahame Award Symposium

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Grand Salon D - Section 19, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

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Welcoming Remarks (Keynote) Electrochemical Reduction of Bromobenzenes at Silver Cathodes – M. A. Pence (Indiana University Bloomington), D. G. Peters (Indiana University), and M. S. Mubarak (The University of Jordan) Role of the Unsaturated Groups in the Covalent Modification By the Carboxylate Oxidation: Mechanistic Aspects – D. MoralesMartínez and F. J. González (Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del IPN) Electrochemical Nanoreactors of Mixed Metal-Oxide-Supported Noble- MetalNanoparticles for Efficient Oxidation of Dimethyl Ether and Ethanol – I. A. Rutkowska and P. J. Kulesza (University of Warsaw) Mechanistic Insight into the Electrocatalytic Hydrogenation and Electroreduction of Furfural – 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)

Break Understanding the Metabolic Activation of Therapeutic Agents with Molecular Electrochemistry: The Example of Metallocifen Anti-Cancer Drug Canditates – C. A. Amatore, O. Buriez, and E. Labbe (Ecole Normale Superieure & CNRS) Electrochemical Properties and Reactions of Organoboron Compounds – J. Suzuki, M. Tanigawa, Y. Kuriyama, K. Ohtsuka, N. Shida, S. Inagi, and T. Fuchigami (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Chemical Modification of Surfaces By the Diazonium Chemistry – D. Bélanger (Université du Québec à Montréal) Mechanistic Studies for the Formation of Dialkylated Nickel(II) Salen Involved in the Catalytic Reduction of (Bromomethyl) Cyclopropane – C. L. Lambert (The University of Texas at Austin), M. E. Enters, S. K. Rastogi, C. T. Brown, B. A. Shoulders, W. J. Brittain, and C. Ji (Texas State University) Molecular Au25(SR)18 Nanoclusters: Lifetime of Electrogenerated Species and Dielectric Properties of the Protecting Monolayer – S. Antonello, T. Dainese, and F. Maran (University of Padova) Developing New Synthetic Methods for the Construction of Complex Molecules and Complex Molecular Surfaces – K. D. Moeller (Washington University in St. Louis)

CO Adsorption on Different Oxide-Supported Catalysts Studied By a Combination of in Situ X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy (XAS) and Diffuse Reflectance Infrared Fourier Transform Spectroscopy (DRIFTS) – C. Roth, C. Lentz (Freie Universitaet Berlin), J. Melke (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg), U. Reinholz, A. G. Buzanich, H. Riesemeier (Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM)), M. K. K. Narayan, I. Derr, and N. van der Bosch (Freie Universitaet Berlin) An ATR-Seiras Study on Cu-Based Catalysts for CO2 Electrochemical Reduction – S. Zhu and M. Shao (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) Electrochemical Imaging of Copper Contamination on Self-Assembled Organic Monolayer Modified Silicon Surfaces Following a ‘Click’ Reaction with LightAddressable Potentiometric Sensors and Scanning Photo-Induced Impedance Microscopy – F. Wu, M. Watkinson, and S. Krause (Queen Mary University of London) Image Detection of Yeast Saccharomyces Cerevisiae By Light-Addressable Potentiometric Sensors (LAPS) – D. Zhang and S. Krause (Queen Mary University of London) Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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Ultrafast Double Optical Pump Technique for Probing Charge Transfer Processes at the Electrode-Electrolyte Interface – F. Lapointe (National Research Council Canada, Fritz Haber Institute of the Max-Planck Society), Y. Tong, and R. K. Campen (Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society) Break Direct EPR Evidence of Cathodic ECL Coreactant Intermediates of Benzoyl Peroxide and Ammonium Persulfate – P. Bastola and W. Miao (The University of Southern Mississippi) Near-IR Photoelectrochemical Response of Colloidally Synthesized (Cu,Ag)2ZnSnS4 solid Solution nanocrystals – T. Kameyama, R. Kakudo (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University), S. Kuwabata (Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University), and T. Torimoto (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University) Mechanistic Analysis of Zr Dissolution in Acidic Fluoride Media Using Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – M. S. Amrutha, M. Tirumala Rao, and S. Ramanathan (Indian Institute of Technology, Madras) Impedance of Mediated Electrochemical Processes at Microelectrodes – P. Polczynski and R. R. Jurczakowski (University of Warsaw, Department of Chemistry, CNBCh) Conduction Properties of Polyethersulfone/ Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs)-Based Membranes for Water Treatment: Forecast By Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – E. Ngaboyamahina, N. Bossa, J. T. Glass, and M. R. Wiesner (Duke University) Study of Low Frequency Electrolytic Behavior with an Accurate Impedance Method – K. C. Ho, V. C. Su, J. H. Ye, and C. H. Kuan (Graduate Institute of Electronics Engineering, NTU)

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Introductory Remarks (Physical and Analytical Electorchemistry Division David S. Grahame Award Address) Nanoscale Templates and Scaffolds for Electrochemical Device Applications – V. Birss (Department of Chemistry, University of Calgary) (Invited) Evidence for Magnetic Effects on Electron Transfer – H. C. Lee (University of Iowa), W. L. Gellett (Proton on Site), S. D. Minteer (University of Utah), K. L. Knoche, N. Rathuwadu, and J. Leddy (University of Iowa) (Invited) Impact of Carbon Surface Functionalities on the Electrochemical Detection of Hemoglobin – H. A. Andreas and J. Tom (Dalhousie University) (Invited) Impedance Characterization of High-Temperature Spinned Fiber Ceramic Materials – P. Vanýsek (CEITEC - Central European Institute of Technology), V. Novák (CEITEC), K. Částková (CEITEC - Central European Institute of Technology), and L. Chladil (CEITEC BUT, Brno University of Technology)

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(Invited) Polyoxometalate Modified Biomass Carbon for Supercapacitor Electrodes – M. Genovese and K. Lian (University of Toronto) (Invited) Build Effective Cathode Nanocatalysts to Improve Performance of Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – J. L. Liu and S. Bashir (Texas A&M UniversityKingsville)

Electrochromic and Chromogenic Materials Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Durham, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Electrochromic – 08:30 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Pawel J. Kulesza and Aline D. Rougier 08:30

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(Invited) Conjugated Polymers in Redox Active Devices: Electrochromism As a Case Study – J. R. Reynolds (Georgia Institute of Technology) Preparation and Electrochromic Performances of Structural Derivatives and Hybrid Homo-/Co-Polymers of Poly(3,4ethylenedioxythiophene)s – S. Chen and J. Xu (Jiangxi Engineering Laboratory of Waterborne Coatings) Break

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(Invited) Inkjet Printed Multifunctional Smart Windows – G. Cai and P. S. Lee (School of Materials Science and Engineering) One-Step Process to Fabricate Transparent Polymer Gel Electrolyte for Electrochromic Window – M. Lee, H. Kim, D. Choi (Hanyang University), W. Chu (Seoul National University), D. Chun (University of Ulsan), and C. S. Lee (Hanyang University) Structure-Dependent Response Characteristics of Electrochromic Dye-Modified Transparent Conductive Oxide Porous Electrode – Y. Watanabe, K. Suemori, and T. Kamata (Advanced Industrial Science and Technology) Insertion of Cesium in Prussian Blue Films – F. Vicente, J. Agrisuelas, A. Cuenca (University of Valencia), A. F. Roig (University of Castelló UJI), J. García, A. San Matías, and G. Alfonso (University of Valencia) (Invited) Solution-Processed Nanostructured Electrochromic Materials: Preparation and Application – D. Ma, Z. Xu, and J. Wang (Shanghai Polytechnic University)

Organic Materials – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Pawel J. Kulesza and John R. Reynolds 14:00

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Modification of Thin Films of Poly(3,4ethylenedioxythiophene) for Enhanced Electrochromic Performance – C. M. Kao, C. W. Hu, R. Vittal (National Taiwan University), and K. C. Ho (National Taiwan University, IPSE, National Taiwan University, Taipei) (Invited) Electrochemically Controllable Emission and Coloration Using Luminescent Europium(III) Complex and Electrochromic Viologen Derivatives – K. Nakamura (Chiba University), K. Kanazawa (Chiba Univsersity), and N. Kobayashi (Chiba University)

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Hydrothermal Growth of Hierarchical NiO Nanostructures and Their Application in a Complemetary Electrochromic Device – D. Ma (Shanghai Polytechnic University), H. Wang (Donghua University), and J. Wang (Shanghai Polytechnic University) Optimization of NiO Thin Films By Sol-Gel for Electrochromic Properties – K. Zrikem (CNRS,Univ-Bordeaux,ICMCB/Université Cadi Ayyad), M. Da Rocha (CNRS-Univ. Bordeaux, ICMCB), A. Ait Aghzzaf, M. Amjoud (Université de Cadi ayyad), D. Mezzane (Université de Cadi Ayyad), and A. Rougier (CNRS-Univ. Bordeaux, ICMCB)

Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems General Session

Sensor Grand Salon A - Section 4, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

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Effects of Block Ionomer Morphologies on the Electromechanical Performance of Ionomeric Polymer-Metal Composite Actuators – W. Zheng and C. Cornelius (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) Impedancemetric NOx Sensors Based on LSM and LSM-Au Sensing Electrodes – N. Pal and E. P. Murray (Louisiana Tech University) Flow Cells with Integrated Electrodes Prepared By Digital Light Processing Projector-Based 3D Printing for Electrochemical Sensing Applications – G. W. Bishop, A. H. Alabdulwaheed, and A. A. Muili (East Tennessee State University) A Photovoltaic Device Based on PbS Quantum Dots – T. Ghomian (Louisiana State University), S. Farimand (University of Tabriz), and J. W. Choi (Louisiana State University) Silicon Anisotropic Etching in Ternary Solution Composed of TΜΑΗ+Triton+NH2ΟΗ – V. Swarnalatha, A. V. Narasimha Rao, and P. Pal (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad) Break

(Invited) Suspended Polymer Nanobridge on a Quartz Resonator – W. Kim, S. Hwang, H. Yoon, and S. Jeon (Department of Chemical Engineering, POSTECH) Metal-Coated Fiber for Concentration Detection in Gas Mixtures Using the 3-Omega Excitation Method – S. Kommandur, A. Mahdavifar, P. Hesketh, and S. K. Yee (Georgia Institute of Technology) Elimination of Sensor Maintenance By Sensor Interrogation and Correction – T. Scheffler (Mine Safety Appliances Co.) Self-Bridged ZnO Nanowires through Simple Annealing Process and Its Humidity Sensing Properties – S. Park, B. Kwak, D. Lee, S. Lee, and B. Yoo (Hanyang University) Tailored Nickel Oxide Nanorods Via Hydrothermal Growth for Gas Sensors and Electrocatalysts – Y. Chung, E. Lee, D. Lee, J. Yoon, C. Lincoln, B. C. Prorok (Auburn University), S. Woo (Yonsei University), Y. Yoon (Gachon University), and D. J. Kim (Auburn University) Portable High Surface Area TiO2 Nanotube Array Sensor for the Detection of Benzene at Room Temperature – S. Hegde, S. Mohanty, and K. E. Kelly (University of Utah)

Synthetic Polypyrrole/Titanium Dioxide (Ppyl/TiO2) Nanocomposite As Potential Electroactive Material for the Voltammetric Quantification of Sulfamoxole – A. L. Khan (School of Studies in Chemistry Jiwaji University Gwalior) and R. Jain (Jiwaji University,Gwalior,India) Measurement of Thickness of High-Resistivity Substrate By Photoconduction Enhanced Capacitance Displacement Sensor – T. H. Lee (National Central University, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering) and M. C. Lin (National Central University) Real Time Quantification of Phenolic Compounds in Oil and Gas Wells Produced Wastewater Using a QCM Sensor – M. L. L. Barrera, J. A. Pedraza Sr., and F. A. Ríos (Universidad Industrial de Santander) Thin Layer Disposable Flow Cells As (Spectro)Electrochemical Detectors in FIA Systems – P. Fanjul Bolado, H. Kanso, M. B. González García, and D. Hernández Santos (DROPSENS) Effect of Incident Light Direction and Metallic Reflector Layer on Light Sensing of Amorphous Silicon Pin diodes – K. Henry and Y. Kuo (Texas A&M University) A Wearable Gas Sensor of GO and TiO2 Composite with High Selectivity – E. Lee, Y. Chung, D. Lee, J. Yoon, C. Lincoln, B. C. Prorok (Auburn University), S. Woo (Yonsei University), Y. Yoon (Gachon University), and D. J. Kim (Auburn University)

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Effect of Surfactant and Alcohol Additives on Etching Characteristics in Aqueous Potassium Hydroxide Solutions – A. V. Narasimha Rao, V. Swarnalatha, and P. Pal (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad) Electrooxidation of Hexacyanoferrate(II) Anions in the Microfabricated Electrochemical Sensor-Array System – K. Pitman (Inst. of Technology, Estonian University of Life Sciences), J. Nerut, E. Lust (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu), M. Raud, T. Kikas (Inst. of Technology, Estonian University of Life Sciences), and S. Franssila (Aalto University) A Printed Capacitor with Carbon Nanotube Electrodes for Energy Storage – T. H. da Costa and J. W. Choi (Louisiana State University) Electrochemical Detection of Sulfanilamide at MWCNT Coated Conducting Polymer Modified Electrode – S. Khan, R. Chillawar, P. Digal, and R. V. Motghare (Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur.) An LED-Based Portable Multi-Excitation Fluorometer – Y. H. Shin and J. W. Choi (Louisiana State University) Autonomous Silicate Electrochemical Sensor in Seawater – D. Chen Legrand, C. Barus (LEGOS UMR5566), N. Striebig (Observatoire Midi-Pyrénées-UMS831), and V. Garcon (LEGOS UMR5566) Effect of Dry and Humidified Gases at Porous Electrolyte NOx Sensors – K. M. Kharashi and E. P. Murray (Louisiana Tech University) A Novel Electrochemical Sensing Platform for the Simultaneous Trace Level Detection of Mercury, Cadmium and Copper – A. Shah and F. J. Iftikhar (Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad) Tri-Block Copolymer Assisted Synthesis of Highly Porous Pt-Pd Bimetallic Nanoassemblies – F. C. Chang (National Chiao Tung University), Y. C. Li, R. J. Wu (Industrial Technology Research Institute), J. W. Huang (National Chiao Tung University), J. Y. Hwang (Industrial Technology Research Institute), and C. H. Chen (National Chiao Tung University) Insight into Understanding Factors Influencing Thermal Oxidation of Iridium Oxide Electrode – F. F. Huang, Z. Wan, Y. Jin, and L. Wen (University of Science and Technology Beijing) Movement Intention Prediction By Superficial Magnetic and Pressure Sensor – M. Plaza and M. Cifuentes (universidad militar nueva granada)

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Nano/Bio Sensors

Sensor / Nanocarbons / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Grand Salon A - Section 4, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

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(Invited) Substance Release Triggered By Biomolecular Signals in Bioelectronic Systems – E. Katz (Clarkson University)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Sensitive Double-Layer Coil Detector for the Detection of Salmonella Typhimurium Using Magnetoelastic Biosensors – Y. Liu, S. Du (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), S. Horikawa (Auburn University), Y. Chai (auburn university), H. C. Wikle (Auburn University), S. J. Suh (Department of Biological Sciences, Auburn University), and B. A. Chin (Auburn University) Efficient Capture of Pathogens in Liquid Streams By Phage-Based Biomolecular Filtering – S. Du (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), S. Horikawa (Auburn University), I. H. Chen (Material Research & Education Center, Auburn University), Y. Liu, H. C. Wikle (Materials Research & Education Center, Auburn University), S. J. Suh (Department of Biological Sciences, Auburn University), and B. A. Chin (Auburn University) Electrochemical Proximity Assay of Picomolar Platelet-Derived Growth Factor through Combined Surface Plasmon Resonance, Electrochemistry, and Fluorescence Spectroscopy Approach – L. Zhou, B. A. Chin (Auburn University), and A. Simonian (National Science Foundation) Simultaneous Determination of Ascorbic Acid, Dopamine and Uric Acid By a Novel Electrochemical Sensor Based on N2/ Ar RF Plasma Assisted Graphene Nanosheet/ Graphene Nanoribbon – L. Jothi (Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology), N. S (Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur), and G. Nageswaran (Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology) Break Interferogram Average over Wavelength (IAW) Reflectance Spectroscopy for Nanostructured Porous Silicon Refractive Index Optical (Bio)Sensors: A Novel Ultrasensitive Technique for Label-Free Biosensing – S. Mariani, L. M. Strambini, and G. Barillaro (University of Pisa) Flexible Hybrid Mouth-Guard-Based Electrochemical Biosensing – D. E. Schwartz, P. Mei, B. Krusor, Y. Zhang, R. Street, J. Rivnay (PARC), P. Mercier, and J. Wang (UCSD) Conducting Molecularly Imprinted Polymer (MIP) Chemical Sensors for Toxic N-Nitrosamines Selective Determination in Heat Processed Food of Animal Origin – W. Kutner (Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw, Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS), A. Garcia-Cruz, P. Lach, P. S. Sharma, P. Pieta, K. K. Golebiewska, M. Cieplak, K. R. Noworyta (Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS), E. Schulz (Équipe de Catalyse Moléculaire, ICMMO, UMR CNRS 8182), and F. D’Souza (University of North Texas) Au Nanoparticles Decorated Hollow PtPd Nanoassemblies As High Performance SERS Chemical Sensors – J. W. Huang, F. C. Chang, and C. H. Chen (National Chiao Tung University)

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Our Surface Plasmon Coupled-ELISA with Enhanced Sensitivity Will Help Realize Pointof-Care Applications for Sustainable Future – A. J. Raghavendra, J. Zhu, A. M. Rao, and R. Podila (Clemson University) Combining Electrochemistry and Biology to Create a Suite of Portable Biosensors for Water Analysis – R. M. Mayall (FREDsense Technologies)

General Student Poster Session

All Divisions Grand Ballroom, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

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Improvement of Electrochemical ORR Activity and Its Durability with Pt Electrocatalyst Nanoparticles Anchored on MOx/Cup-Stacked Carbon Nanotube in Acidic Aqueous Media – F. Ando, T. Tanabe, T. Gunji, S. Kaneko, T. Ohsaka, and F. Matsumoto (Kanagawa University) Insulator-Based Dielectrophoresis As an Anti-Fouling Strategy for Nanoporous Silicon-Nitride Membrane Filters – T. Wang (Dep. of Chemical Engineering, University of Rochester), J. Getpreecharsawas (Dep. of Biomedical Engineering, University of Rochester), J. Wurzer (Dep. of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Notre Dame), B. H. Lapizco-Encinas (Dep. of Biomedical Engineering, Rochester Institute of Technology), J. L. McGrath (Dep. of Biochemical Engineering, University of Rochester), and H. Mukaibo (Dept. of Chemical Engineering, University of Rochester) Impact of Native Oxide on the CapacitanceVoltage Characteristic of Pseudo-Mos Structure – I. Yarita, S. Sato, and Y. Omura (Kansai University, Dept. Electronics) Principal Fin Structure Factor to Reduce the Body Effect in DRAM Cell – I. W. Jung, B. D. Choi (Sungkyunkwan University), H. S. Kim, and G. Y. Jin (Samsung Electronics Company) Fabrication of Porous Current Collectors for Li Ion Capacitor with Pico-Second Pulse Laser and Acceleration of Li+ Ion Pre-Doping Reaction to Laminated Graphite/Porous Current Collector Anodes – T. Tsuda, F. Ando, Y. Mochizuki, T. Gunji, T. Tanabe, S. Kaneko, T. Ohsaka (Kanagawa University), K. Itagaki, N. Soma (Wired Co., Ltd), and F. Matsumoto (Kanagawa University) Optical Characterization of CaCu3Ti4O12 thin Films – G. Skaria (University of Central Florida) and K. B. Sundaram (Univ. of Central Florida) A Novel Approach for the Preparation of Carbon Supported Intermetallic Cu3sn Nanoparticles and Their Electrocatalytic Performance for CO2 Reduction – Y. Liu, T. Gunji, T. Tanabe, S. Kaneko, T. Ohsaka (Kanagawa University), M. Miyauchi (Tokyo Institute of Technology), and F. Matsumoto (Kanagawa University)

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The Influence of Inverse Opal Template and Substrate Type on Electrodeposited 3D Macroporous Oxides – S. O’Hanlon, D. McNulty, and C. O’Dwyer (University College Cork) Real Time Quantification of Phenol in Aqueous Solutions Using a Quartz Crystal Microbalance – M. L. L. Barrera, J. A. Pedraza Sr., F. A. Ríos, and G. A. Garzón (Universidad Industrial de Santander) Interaction of Thiol Ligands with Gold in Electrocatalytic CO2 Reduction – X. Cheng, Y. Fang, Y. Xu, and J. Flake (Louisiana State University) Optical Reflectance Spectroscopy of SpinCoated Multilayered ZnO and Al:ZnO Thin Films – D. Buckley, R. McCormack, and C. O’Dwyer (University College Cork) Catalyst and Electrode Advances for High Performing PEM and AEM Fuel Cells – X. Peng, T. J. Omasta, W. A. Rigdon (University of Connecticut), L. Wang, J. Varcoe (University of Surrey), and W. E. Mustain (University of Connecticut) Work Function Extraction of Indium Tin Oxide Used As Transparent Gate Electrode for Mosfet – S. Nehate (University of Central Florida) and K. B. Sundaram (Univ. of Central Florida) High Capacity Carbon-Coated Honeycomb Ni-Mn-Co-O Inverse Opal Anode for Li-Ion Batteries – D. McNulty (University College Cork), H. Geaney (University of Limerick, University College Cork), and C. O’Dwyer (University College Cork) Nano-Architected 3D Ultra Low-k Dielectrics – M. L. Lifson (California Institute of Technology), M. W. Kim, B. J. Kim (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology), and J. R. Greer (California Institute of Technology) Formation and Evaluation of Cyanide from Cyanide Free Solution By Electroplating – T. Kitago (Kanto Gakuin University), K. Tamaki (Graduate School of Kanto Gakuin Unicersity), S. Mizuhashi (Graduate School of Kanto Gakuin University), and I. Koiwa (Kanto Gakuin University) Preparation and Evaluation of Electroplated Cu-Mo Alloy Films – A. Murayama (Kanto Gakuin University), K. Akahori (Graduate School, Kanto gakuin University), S. Kawamura (Graduate School, Kanto Gakuin University), S. Takemura, and I. Koiwa (Kanto Gakuin University) Electrochemical and Structural Investigation of Metal-Electrodes for an Energy-Efficient CO2-Reduction Process – F. Bienen, N. Wagner, K. A. Friedrich (German Aerospace Center), D. Kopljar, A. Löwe, and E. Klemm (University of Stuttgart) Exploring the Energetics of the Lithium Ion-Organic Carbonate Interaction: A Temperature-Dependent FTIR Study – K. Woodard, K. D. Fulfer, and D. G. Kuroda (Louisiana State University) Solvation of Sodium Salts in Glymes – S. R. Galle Kankanamge and D. G. Kuroda (Louisiana State University)

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Effects of Oximes on the Electrodeposition of Cobalt for Interconnect Applications – T. W. Lyons and Q. Huang (The University of Alabama) Flexible Paper Photodetectors Based on 2D BN Nanosheets – C. H. Lin (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology), M. L. Tsai (National Tsing Hua University), H. C. Fu, and J. H. He (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology) Electrodeposition of Compositionally Modulated Nife Alloys in Porous Anodic Alumina – K. M. Ramsey, W. D. Sides, and Q. Huang (The University of Alabama) Transferring the Incremental Capacity Analysis to Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – V. Knap, T. Kalogiannis (Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University), R. Purkayastha (Oxis Energy Limited), D. I. Stroe, S. Beczkowski, E. Schaltz, and R. Teodorescu (Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University) Hydrogen Ion Role on the Reduction of Poly(Neutral Red) – J. Agrisuelas, A. Cuenca, D. Ferrus, A. Frau, J. García, and F. Vicente (University of Valencia) Hydrogen Production and Storage By Means the Poly-(Azure A) – J. Agrisuelas, A. Cuenca, D. Ferrus, A. Frau, J. García, and F. Vicente (University of Valencia) Characterization of Scaling in Ultra-Thin Poly-Si and Analysis of the Scaling Limit of Thin Film Thickness – H. Lee (Sungkyunkwan University, Samsung Electronics Co.) and J. H. Park (Sungkyunkwan University) Theoretical Uv-Vis Spectral Fingerprints for Li-S Reaction Intermediates in an Ether Based Electrolyte – D. Wang (University of California Berkeley), T. Pascal (Molecular Foundry), N. P. Balsara (University of California Berkeley), and D. Prendergast (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research) Electrical Characteristics Improvement of NAND Flash Memory on Experiment to Replace 49BF2+ with 11B+ in Implantation of Ions – H. M. Choi (Sungkyunkwan University, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd) and Y. Roh (Sungkyunkwan University) Electrochemical Investigation on the Reduction of Oxygen at a Perovskite Modified Au Microelectrode – O. Rodríguez (University of Southampton), A. R. F. Lima, A. S. Lima, M. Bertotti (University of São Paulo), and G. Denuault (University of Southampton) Towards Synthesis of Steel Foams through Carbothermal Reduction of Iron Oxide Nanoparticles and Renewable Biopolymers – J. C. Sparks, M. Islam, and R. MartinezDuarte (Clemson University) Stretchable Smart Skin Based on 2D Piezoelectric Semiconductors – R. Wang and W. Wu (Purdue University) Controllable Synthesis of Tellurium Nanowires for Stretchable and Wearable Piezoelectric Device – Y. Wang and W. Wu (Purdue University)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

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The Effect of Polypyrrole in the Capacity Retention of Fe3O4/Polypyrrole Composite Electrodes in Lithium-Ion Batteries – A. Bruck (Stony Brook University), C. N. Gannett (SUNY Geneseo), D. C. Bock (Brookhaven National Laboratory), P. F. Smith, A. C. Marschilok, E. S. Takeuchi, and K. J. Takeuchi (Stony Brook University) Simultaneous Optical and Electrochemical Imaging of Shewanella Oneidensis – M. C. Calhoun, D. Crisostomo, and D. E. Cliffel (Vanderbilt University) Reducing Electrolyte Consumption of SiliconElectrodes through Capacity-Limited Cycling – M. Wetjen, D. Pritzl (Technische Universität München), R. Jung, S. Solchenbach, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich) in-Situ Electrochemical-AFM and CV Measurement Study on the Nucleation and Growth in Reduced Graphene Oxide Electrode Contacts – S. G. Pyo (School of Integrative Engineering, Chung Ang University) Transition Metal Oxide-Based Conversion Reaction for High-Capacity Lithium-Ion Batteries – E. Cha and W. Choi (University of North Texas) Enhanced Thermal Durability with High Performance Lanthanum Nickelate Cathode Materials for Intermediate Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – J. I. Lee, J. Y. Yang, Y. Kim, and J. Y. Park (Sejong University) Bifunctional Activity of Transition Metals Sulfides-Based Catalysts – R. A. Afzal, N. I. Kim, S. W. Lee, and J. Y. Park (Sejong University) Enhancement of Bifunctional Catalytic Activity and Stability of Perovskite OxideBased Catalysts – N. I. Kim, S. R. Choi, S. W. Lee, R. A. Afzal, and J. Y. Park (Sejong University) Preparation and Characterization of New Pt/ Rh/SnO2 Nanoparticle Catalysts for Ethanol Oxidation Reaction to CO2 – T. P. Mai (Osaka Prefecture University), M. Chiku (JSTALCA), E. Higuchi, and H. Inoue (Osaka Prefecture University) Studying the Attraction of T. Brucei to Different Materials and Landscapes – J. Duncan, N. Hanson, M. G. Heustess, E. Kluttz, F. Mitchell, and R. Martinez-Duarte (Clemson University) Comparison of Electropolishing Behavior of Two Grades of Brass Alloys – C. Rotty, A. Mandroyan, M. L. Doche, and J. Y. Hihn (UTINAM UMR 6213 CNRS University Bourgogne Franche-Comté) Studying the Behavior of T. Brucei Under Electric Field Gradients Implemented Using Optoelectronic Tweezers – E. Gullette, N. Hanson, E. Kluttz, C. Stuart, M. Hammer, A. Pitman, K. Wallace, D. M. Keck, and R. Martinez-Duarte (Clemson University) Planar Mesoporous Silicon Flakes with Microns Thicknesses As an Anode Material for Li-Ion Batteries: Fabrication, Characterization and Electrochemical Tests – A. Klimenko, I. Kashko, V. Bondarenko (BSUIR), E. Astrova, V. Zhdanov, A. M. Rumyantsev (Ioffe Physical–Technical Institute, RAS), P. Amoros, M. Gomez, A. Cantarero (Univerisy of Valencia), and E. Matveeva (BSUIR) 121

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Modeling and Simulation of Degradation Mechanisms in Li-Ion Batteries – V. Ramadesigan and S. K. Reddy (Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay) PV Absorber Layered Materials Formation Using Potential Pulse Atomic Layer Deposition (PP-ALD), – P. W. Sisk (University of Georgia), J. Czerniawski (The University of Georgia), and J. L. Stickney (University of Georgia) Carbon-Electrode Dielectrophoresis for Concentrating Trypanosoma Brucei – J. Duncan, E. Gullette, M. Hammer, M. G. Heustess, A. Pitman, K. Wallace, M. Islam, and R. Martinez-Duarte (Clemson University) Transport Limitations in Binary Electrolytes: The Temperature Dependence of the Electrolyte Transport Parameters – J. Landesfeind, M. Graf, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich) Electrochemical Nucleation and Growth of Binary Antimony Telluride Compounds – W. D. Sides and Q. Huang (The University of Alabama) Nickel Phosphides as Catalysts for Direct Electrochemical CO2 Reduction to Important Renewable Polymers – K. U. D. Calvinho, A. B. Laursen, T. A. Goetjen, M. Greenblatt, and G. C. Dismukes (Rutgers University) Studies on the Interfacial Impedance of Superconcentrated Non-Aqueous Electrolytes in Contact with Li-Ion Conductive Ceramic Membranes – T. M. Arruda, D. J. Donnelly (Salve Regina University), and C. J. Patrissi (Naval Undersea Warfare Center Newport) A Molecular Dynamics Study of Interfacial Structure and Ion Transport of Mixed Carbonate/LiPF6 Electrolytes Near Graphite Electrode Surfaces – M. J. Boyer and G. S. Hwang (University of Texas at Austin) First-Principles Evaluation of the Catalytic Activity of Nanostructured Carbon for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction at Fuel Cell Cathodes – G. P. Hartmann and G. S. Hwang (University of Texas at Austin) Theoretical Analysis of SiCl4 Reaction Mechanism for Si Electrodeposition Process in Tmha-Tfsi As Ionic Liquids – T. Fujimura, Y. Tsuyuki (Dept. of Advanced Science and Engineering, Waseda Univ.), M. Kunimoto, 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)

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Redox-Active Hybrid Materials for Pseudocapacitive Energy Storage – M. Boota and Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University) Electrical Studies on the ZnO/SiNWs P-N Junction Prepared from Si Nanowires Grown By Electroless Etching – V. H. Velez (University of Central Florida) and K. B. Sundaram (Univ. of Central Florida) Nanotechnology for Water-Less Cleaning of Solar Panels† – S. Das, S. Silic, and B. Das (University of Nevada, Las Vegas) Zinc-Ferricyanide: A Model-Validated CostEffective Flow Battery for the Grid – R. X. Ma and Y. Yan (University of Delaware) Performance of Conducting Polymers Electropolymerized Under Various Conditions for Redox–Magnetohydrodynamics (R-MHD) Pumping – F. Z. Khan and I. Fritsch (University of Arkansas) Nafion Film Investigations Using Ferricyanide As a Probe Molecule – M. K. Reynolds and D. W. Paul (University of Arkansas) Influence of Cathode Surface Structure on Decomposition Behavior of Li2O2 and Li2CO3 in Lithium Air Battery Investigated By First Principles Molecular Dynamics – M. Soeno (Kogakuin University) Challenges of Simultaneous Measurement of Catecholamines in Mixtures: Steps Toward Neural Probes Suitable for In Vivo Analysis – M. Lotfi Marchoubeh, M. Hu, and I. Fritsch (University of Arkansas) Effect of Added Bases on the RedoxResponsive Dimerization of a 4 H-Bond Array Containing a Phenylenediamine Redox Couple – K. Vuong, L. A. Clare, and D. K. Smith (San Diego State University) The Electrochemistry of 1-Ferrocenyl-3Phenylurea (FcUHH) in the Presence of the Diamide Guest, 1,4-Dimethylpiperizine-2,3Dione (PZD) – M. Jackson, L. A. Clare, and D. K. Smith (San Diego State University) Redox-Dependent Binding to an Electroactive Urea: Comparison of One and Two Electron Redox Couples – K. Logan, L. A. Clare, and D. K. Smith (San Diego State University)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


Highlights 0800h ��������� Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division H. H. Dow Memorial Student Achievement Award Address, Grand Salon C, Section 15 0900h ��������� Technical Exhibit opens, Grand Ballroom 0950h ��������� Energy Technology Division Supramaniam Srinivasan Young Investigator Award Address, Grand Salon C, Section 16 1800h ��������� Technical Exhibit, and General Poster Session, Grand Ballroom

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(Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division H. H. Dow Memorial Student Achievement Award Address) Electrochemically Active Hybrid Materials for Pseudocapacitive Energy Storage – M. Boota and Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University)

Energy Storage Materials-New Approaches 1 – 08:40 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Sanjeev Mukerjee and Xiangyang Zhou 08:40

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Hybrid Flow Battery/Mediator Supercapacitor Using Iron Cyanide Redox Materials – X. Zhou, M. Pape, S. Narasimhan, and C. Zhang (University of Miami) Nanoceramic Enhanced, Block Copolymer Derived Nanoporous Battery Separators – W. Xing (ADA Technologies, Inc.) Asymmetric Growth of the Solid-Electrolyte Interphase on Carbonaceous Anodes – P. Attia and W. C. Chueh (Stanford University) Break Evaluation of the Durability of a MetalOrganic Framework Catalyst in HighTemperature Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells (HT-PEMFCs) – T. Miller, R. Pavlicek, and S. Mukerjee (Northeastern University) Electrochemical Energy Storage of Ni-Doped Metal Organic Framework and Reduced Graphene Oxide Composites – P. Chakraborty Banerjee, D. Lobo, M. Shaibani, and M. Majumder (Monash University) All-Solid-State Rechargeable Battery with Rubidium Silver Iodide Electrolyte – Y. Wang, C. Zhang, X. Qiao, and X. Zhou (University of Miami)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Detection of Graphite Intercalation Compound Stages Using in-Operando 7Li NMR – J. L. Lorie Lopez, P. J. Grandinetti, and A. C. Co (The Ohio State University) Endogenous Biomolecules for Bioelectronic Energy Storage – C. Milroy (University of Texas at Austin) and A. Manthiram (The University of Texas at Austin) Synthesis and Electrochemical Characterization of New Electro-Active Polymer Bearing TEMPO Functional Groups – M. S. Sadki (INAC SyMMES SPrAM) Engineering Palladium Surfaces to Enhance the Electrochemical Storage of Hydrogen – S. C. Hamm, D. L. Knies, O. Dmitriyeva, R. Cantwell, and M. McConnell (Coolescence LLC)

Energy Storage Materials-New Approaches 2 – 13:30 – 17:30 Co-Chairs: Bugga V. Ratnakumar and Loraine Torres-Castro

Energy Technology / Battery Grand Salon C - Section 15, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division H. H. Dow Memorial Student Achievement Award Session – 08:00 – 08:40 Co-Chairs: Loraine Torres-Castro and Mani Manivannan 08:00

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Effects of Mesoscopic Microstructural Features on the Effective Ionic Diffusivity of Solid Electrolytes for Li Batteries – T. W. Heo and B. C. Wood (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) Flexible Probe for Measuring Local Conductivity Variations in Li-Ion Electrode Films – E. E. Hardy, J. E. Vogel, D. V. Clement, D. R. Wheeler, and B. A. Mazzeo (Brigham Young University) Evaluation of Commercial High Energy Lithium Primary Cells for Wide Temperature Range Aerospace Applications – F. C. Krause (Jet Propulsion Lab., California Institute of Technology), S. C. Jones (Jet Propulsion Lab, California Institute of Technology), E. J. Brandon (Jet Propulsion Lab., California Institute of Technology), B. V. Ratnakumar (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), J. P. Jones (Jet Propulsion Lab., California Institute of Technology), W. C. West (California Institute of Technology), J. Pasalic (Jet Propulsion Lab., California Institute of Technology), and K. J. Billings (Jet Propulsion Laboratory) Restoration of Nickel Rich Electrodes from Spent Lithium-Ion Batteries – S. E. Sloop (OnTo Technology LLC) The Effects of Aging on the Tortuosity of Li-Ion Battery Electrodes – H. Knight, F. Pouraghajan, D. R. Wheeler, and B. A. Mazzeo (Brigham Young University) Break Measurement and Analysis of Effect of Ionic Conductivity on Nonlinear Behavior of All-Solid-State Battery – Y. Firouz (Vrije Universiteit Brussel), N. Omar (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, ETEC-MOBI Group), S. Goutam, P. Van den Bossche, and J. Van Mierlo (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) Nanowire Devices for Electrochemical Energy Storage – L. Mai (Wuhan University of Technology) Ultra-Thick Electrodes for Li-Ion Battery – L. Zolin (CEA Grenoble/LITEN), P. JimenezManero, J. Gaubicher (CNRS-IMN), W. Porcher (CEA Grenoble/LITEN), and B. Lestriez (IMN, CNRS/University of Nantes)

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New Generation Hybrid Energy Storage Device Based on Nickel Manganese Cobalt Oxide and Activated Carbon Cathode – M. A. Hagen (Florida State University), W. Cao (General Capacitor LLC), D. L. Adams (Florida A&M University), S. Yturriaga, and J. P. Zheng (Florida State University) Expanded Graphite(EG)/ Chitosan(C) Coated Separators for Highly Stable Lithium Sulfur Batteries – S. A. Abbas (Research Center for Applied Science,AS, TW, Department of ESS, NTHU, TW), P. C. Wang (Department of ESS, NTHU, TW), and C. W. Chu (Research Center for Applied Science,AS, TW) Add Oxygen Additions to Prolong Cyclelife of Hydride Batteries – Y. Shen (Stockholm University) and D. Noréus (Stockholm University, Sweden)

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Battery / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Grand Salon C - Section 18, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Wednesday, May 31

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(Invited) Decoupling Effective Li+ Ion Conductivity from Electrolyte Viscosity for Improved Room-Temperature Cell Performance – A. Moretti (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), G. A. Giffin (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), and S. Passerini (Helmholtz Institute Ulm) The Use of Ester Co-Solvent Based Low Temperature Electrolytes in Experimental and Large Capacity Prototype GraphiteLiNiCoAlO2 Lithium-Ion Cells – M. C. Smart, R. V. Bugga, J. P. Jones, F. C. Krause, E. J. Brandon (Jet Propulsion Lab., California Institute of Technology), F. Puglia, and R. Gitzendanner (EaglePicher Technologies, LLC. Yardney Division) Sulfur-Based SEI-Forming Additives for Lithium-Ion Batteries – P. Jankowski (Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry, Chalmers University of Technology, Department of Physics), W. Wieczorek (Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry), and P. Johansson (Chalmers University of Technology, Department of Physics) Ionic Liquid Based Electrolytes for Electrical Storage – P. von Czarnecki (IOLITEC Ionic Liquids Technologies Inc.), M. Ahrens, B. Iliev, and T. J. S. Schubert (IOLITEC Ionic Liquids Technologies GmbH) Break Evaluating Fluorinated Electrolyte Stabilities on Charged Ncm Cathode Surfaces with Potentiostatic Holds – A. Tornheim, M. He, C. Peebles (Argonne National Laboratory), J. Garcia (Argonne National Lab), R. Sahore (Argonne National Laboratory), F. Dogan (Argonne National Lab), C. Liao (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), H. Iddir, J. Bareno, I. Bloom, and Z. Zhang (Argonne National Laboratory)

Effect of Phosphorus-Based Additives on Cathode-Electrolyte Interface of Charged Ncm Surface through Potentiostatic Holds – A. Tornheim, R. Sahore, J. Bareno (Argonne National Laboratory), J. Garcia (Argonne National Lab), H. Iddir, C. Peebles (Argonne National Laboratory), C. Liao (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), D. P. Abraham, Z. Zhang, and I. Bloom (Argonne National Laboratory) Li-Metal/Solid Electrolyte Interfacial Stability Elucidated Via in Situ Electron Microscopy – M. Chi (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), A. Sharafi (University of Michigan), Y. Cheng (Oak Ridge National Lab), J. Sakamoto (University of Michigan), N. J. Dudney, and C. Ma (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Formation of a Simplified Solid Electrolyte Interphase (SEI) Composed of Lithium Fluoride – M. P. van den Berg and C. E. D. Chidsey (Stanford University) Suppressing the Dendrite Growth on Li Metal Anode Via Manipulating the Solid Electrolyte Interface (SEI) Formation – H. Liu, H. Zhou, X. Xing, B. S. Lee, and P. Liu (University of California, San Diego) A Novel Electrolyte Salt Additive for High Voltage Lithium Ion Batteries – X. G. Sun, Y. Li, S. Wan, G. M. Veith, R. R. Unocic (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), M. P. Paranthaman (ORNL), and S. Dai (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Stability of Flow Battery Organic and Organometallic Reactant Molecules – M. A. Goulet (Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences), E. S. Beh (Harvard Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology), A. W. Valle (Harvard College), and M. J. Aziz (Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences) Stabilizing High-Voltage Cathode-Electrolyte Interface Using High-Voltage Additive – H. Q. Pham (Chungnam National University, Republic of Korea), Y. G. Kwon, E. H. Hwang, J. G. Lee (Leechem Co., Ltd., Geumsan, 312-942, Republic of Korea), and S. W. Song (Chungnam National University, Republic of Korea)

Polymer Composites and Solid Electrolytes – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Wu Xu and Stefano Passerini 14:20

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(Invited) Ion-Transport in Polymer-in-Ceramic Electrolytes – D. Golodnitsky (School of Chemistry, Tel Aviv University), R. Blanga (Tel Aviv University), M. B. Berman (Hunter College of City University of New York), M. Biton (Imperial College London), F. Tariq, V. Yufit, N. P. Brandon (Quantitative Imaging Division, IQM Elements), and S. Greenbaum (Hunter College, CUNY) Large Enhancement of Ionic Conductivity in Composite Polymer Electrolyte with WellAligned Ceramic Nanowires – W. Liu and Y. Cui (Stanford University)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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Hybrid Solid Electrolyte for All-Solid-State Batteries – M. Keller (Helmholtz Institute Ulm, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), G. B. Appetecchi (ENEA, SSPT-PROMASMATPRO, Helmholtz Institute Ulm, KIT), G. T. Kim, V. Sharova, and S. Passerini (Helmholtz Institute Ulm, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) Break Solid-State Electrolytes in the Class of Complex Hydrides with Lithium Ion Conductivities Near Liquid Electrolytes – R. S. Kühnel, Y. Yan, L. Duchêne, E. Roedern, E. Cuervo Reyes, A. Remhof, and C. Battaglia (Empa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science) Defect Chemistry and Electrical Properties of Garnet-Type Li7La3Zr2O12 – X. Zhan and M. Shirpour (University of Kentucky) Phase Formation during Solid State Synthesis of Lithium Ion Conducting Garnet from Nitrate and Carbonate Precursors – R. Schmidt, R. L. Sacci, M. J. Kirkham, N. J. Dudney, and A. Huq (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Development and Mechanism Investigation of Novel Fluorinated Ethers As Secondary Solvent in Electrolyte for Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – S. Zhang, C. W. Lee, J. Lal, B. Hu, J. Zhang (Argonne National Laboratory), L. Zhang (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR)), K. C. Lau (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), C. Liao (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), and Z. Zhang (Argonne National Laboratory) Atomistic Understanding of the Difference in Ionic Conduction Between the Alpha and Alpha’ Phases of Nasicon LiZr2(PO4)3 – G. Vander Marcken, A. Miglio (Université catholique de Louvain), M. Dollé (Université de Montréal), G. Hautier, and G. M. Rignanese (Université catholique de Louvain) Design of Novel Electrolytes to Protect Lithium Metal Anodes in Li-S Batteries – B. Adams, R. Cao, J. Chen, and J. G. Zhang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Robust Internal Temperature Sensing of Large-Format Li-Ion Cells – G. Zhang, S. Ge, Y. Leng, X. G. Yang, D. Marple, and C. Y. Wang (Electrochemical Engine Center, Pennsylvania State Univ.) Partial Battery Abuse Tests to Determine Battery Stability with Advanced Diagnostics – L. Torres-Castro, J. Lamb, L. A. M. Steele (Sandia National Laboratories), E. J. Dufek (Idaho National Laboratory), L. K. Walker (INL), and C. J. Orendorff (Sandia National Laboratories)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Modeling Thermochemical Sources for a Broader Range of Materials and Conditions – R. C. Shurtz and J. Hewson (Sandia National Laboratories) Addressing Lithium-Ion Battery Reliability: A Survey of Electrochemical Behavior – H. M. Barkholtz, A. Fresquez, B. Chalamala, and S. Ferreira (Sandia National Laboratories) Thermal Runaway Analysis of a Lithium Ion Battery Under Two Different Heating Modes – T. Wu, Q. Wang, H. Chen, and J. Sun (University of Science and Technology of China)

Thermodynamics and Mechanisms of Thermal Runaway 2 – 13:20 – 15:20 Co-Chairs: Guangsheng Zhang and Judith A. Jeevarajan

Battery Safety

Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Grand Salon B - Section 12, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Lithium Battery Casualty Detection and Mitigation Developments for Navy Platforms – J. Schwartz (Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division), M. Wartelsky, and C. Winchester (Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division) Break Improving Battery Safety in Electric Vehicles By Monitoring Cooling Loop Temperature – A. H. Kazim and B. Cola (Georgia Institute of Technology) Thermal Management of High Power Lithium Ion Battery Using Heat Pipe and Phase Change Material (PCM) – Z. Jiang and Z. Qu (Xi’an Jiaotong University) Uniformity and Safety Evaluation of 18650 Lithium Battery Pack By in-Situ Stress-Strain Measurement – S. Zhou (Sichuan university)

Thermal Behaviour of LixMeO2 (Me=Co or Ni+Mn+Co) Cathode Materials – P. GotcuFreis (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAMAWP), W. Pfleging, P. Smyrek (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAM-AWP, Karlsruhe Nano Micro Facility), D. M. Cupid, and H. J. Seifert (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, IAM-AWP) Lithium Metal Deposition during Low Temperature Charge-Discharge Cycles in Lithium Ion Batteries Observed By in Situ 7li NMR – J. Arai (Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd.) and R. Nakahigashi (Yamaha Motor Co.) Thermally Resistant Film Formation on Carbonaceous Anode Materials Using Vinylene Carbonate Additive for Lithium-Ion Battery – Y. H. Liu (Department of Greenergy, National University of Tainan), S. Takeda, M. Yanagida, Y. Saito, T. Sakai (AIST), H. Yoshitake, and I. Kaneko (Yamagata University) DFT Study of Surface and Interface Issues in High-Voltage Cathodes for Li-Ion Batteries – F. A. Soto (Texas A&M University), S. Sharifi-Asl, R. Shahbazian-Yassar (University of Illinois at Chicago), and P. B. Balbuena (Department of Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University)

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Solid Electrolyte Interphase Formation and Failure Mechanisms in Lithium–Ion Batteries: In-Situ AFM Imaging – Z. Huang (AFM Business Unit, Bruker Nano Surfaces), R. Kumar (Brown University), I. Yermolenko, P. De Wolf (AFM Business Unit, Bruker Nano Surfaces), X. Xiao (General Motors, R&D Center), and B. W. Sheldon (Brown University) Break

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(Invited) Characterizing Battery Safety on Aged Cells – S. Santhanagopalan, L. Cao, J. Hartig, and Z. Wu (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) (Invited) Safety of Aged Lithium-Ion Cells – J. A. Jeevarajan (Underwriter’s Laboratories Inc.), P. P. Mukherjee, and D. Juarez Robles (Texas A&M University) Lithium Ion Capacitor Safety Testing – O. Bolufawi (Florida A&M UniversityFlorida State University, Aero-Propulsion, Mechatronics and Energy Center), A. Shellikeri (Florida State University), and J. P. Zheng (Florida State University, AeroPropulsion, Mechatronics and Energy Center) Preliminary Study on the Safety of a Lithium Ion Battery Pack Under Water Immersion – C. Xu, M. Ouyang, L. Lu, X. Liu, S. Wang, and X. Feng (Tsinghua University)

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Infrared Thermography and Electrochemical Analysis to Study the Effect of Coating Defects – L. David, R. E. Ruther, Y. Sheng, M. Wood, J. Li (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), P. Rupnowski, M. Ulsh (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), C. Daniel, and D. L. Wood III (University of Tennessee) Electrochemical Battery Testing Methods Designed for Safety and Efficiency in a Research Laboratory – J. van Drunen, C. Locati (Metrohm Autolab B.V.), and M. Kubicsko (Metrohm USA) Battery Internal Short Circuit Detection – M. Zhang, M. Ouyang, L. Lu, X. He, X. Feng, L. Liu, and X. Xie (Tsinghua University)

Sodium-Ion Battery – 08:00 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Lin Liu and Yangchuan Xing 08:00

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Lithium-Ion Batteries and Beyond

Battery Grand Salon D - Section 21, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

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Advanced Sodium-Ion Battery Anode Constructed Via Chemical Bonding Between Phosphorus, Conducting Polymer and Crosslinked Polymer Binder – J. Song and L. Zhang (Xi’an Jiaotong University) Porous Structured SnO2 Nanofibers and Nanotubes As Anode Materials for SodiumIon Batteries – H. Kizil and E. C. Duran (Istanbul Technical University)

Developing Cycle-Stable Sn-Based Alloys for Anode Application in Na-Ion Batteries – W. Wang and Q. Li (The Chinese University of Hong Kong) Anode Surface Evolution in Aqueous SodiumIon Batteries – X. Zhan and M. Shirpour (University of Kentucky) Jahn-Teller Distortion and Electrode Performance of P’2-Na2/3Mn0.9Me0.1O2 (Me = Mg, Ti, Co, Ni, Cu, and Zn)   – S. Kumakura (Umicore Japan KK, Tokyo University of Science), Y. Tahara, S. Sato, K. Kubota, and S. Komaba (Tokyo University of Science) Break Improving Fluorophosphates Na3V2(PO4)2F3 As Na-Ion Cathodes Beyond the 2 Sodium Limit – M. Bianchini, P. Xiao (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab), Y. E. Wang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and G. Ceder (University of California, Berkeley) Novel Cathode Materials for Na-Ion Batteries Composed of Nano-Rod Primary Particles in Spherical Secondary Particles – J. Y. Hwang (Hanyang University), S. T. Myung (Sejong University), C. S. Yoon (Hanyang University), S. S. Kim (Chungnam National University), D. Aurbach (Bar Ilan university), and Y. K. Sun (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University) Anode Free High Energy Density Sodium Batteries – A. P. Cohn and C. L. Pint (Vanderbilt University) Scalable Template-Free Synthesis of Na2Ti3O7/ Na2Ti6O13 Nanorods with Composition Tunable for Synergistic Performance in Sodium-Ion Batteries – C. K. Ho, C. Y. V. Li, and K. Y. Chan (The University of Hong Kong) Electrochemical Behaviour and Phase Evolutions during Sodiation/Desodiation of Na2Ti3O7 nanoparticles, Synthesized Via Sol-Gel Route, Decorating Carbon Nanotubes – H. S. Bhardwaj, T. Ramireddy, and A. Mukhopadhyay (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay)

Towards Achieving Stable Lithium Metal Cycling – N. Singh (Toyota Research Institute of North America), R. Kerr (Deakin University), T. S. Arthur, K. Takechi (Toyota Research Institute of North America), P. C. Howlett, and M. Forsyth (Deakin University) Design Principles for Graphene-Based Materials to Enhance Supercapacitor Performance – E. Paek (Clarkson University), A. Pak, and G. S. Hwang (University of Texas at Austin) Dendrites and Pits: Untangling the Complex Behavior of Li Metal Anodes through Operando Video Microscopy – K. N. Wood, E. Kazyak (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor), A. F. Chadwick (University of Michigan), K. H. Chen (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor), J. G. Zhang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), K. Thornton (University of Michigan), and N. P. Dasgupta (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor) Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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Passivated Lithium Metal As Anode Materials for Advanced Battery Applications – E. Cha and W. Choi (University of North Texas) Interfacial Chemistry at the Surface of LiMetal Anodes – P. B. Balbuena (Department of Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University), L. E. Camacho-Forero, E. Kamphaus, S. Bertolini Da Silva Oliveira, and E. de la Llave (Texas A&M University) Break Phase Field Crystal Modeling of Coherent Interfaces in Lithium Batteries – A. Renuka Balakrishna and W. C. Carter (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) New Insights into Parasitic Reactions in NonAqueous Alkaline-O2 Batteries – N. Mahne, B. Schafzahl, C. Leypold (Graz University of Technology), D. Kramer (University of Southampton), C. Slugovc, M. Wilkening, S. M. Borisov, and S. A. Freunberger (Graz University of Technology) Investigating the Solid Electrolyte/ Electrode Interfaces with X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy – G. Vardar, Q. Lu, J. Wang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), R. Seibert, Z. Lee (Illinois Institute of Technology), Y. M. Chiang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), J. Terry (Illinois Institute of Technology), and B. Yildiz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Industrial Carbon-Coated Current Collectors Grades for Higher Energy and Power Density Lithium Ion Batteries – C. Busson (ARMOR, Institut des matériaux Jean Rouxel (IMN)), B. Lestriez, O. Crosnier (IMN, CNRS/University of Nantes), M. A. Blin, and P. Guichard (ARMOR) Strategy for Metal Anode Protection in Advanced Energy Storage Systems – C. F. Lin (University of Maryland, College Park), M. Noked (Bar Ilan University, Department of Chemistry), A. Kozen (Naval Research Laboratory), W. Luo (University of Maryland, College Park), L. Hu, S. B. Lee (University of Maryland), and G. W. Rubloff (Nanostructures for Electrical Energy Storage (NEES)) In Situ Atomic Force Microscopy of Alkali Metal Oxygen Batteries – Unravelling the Growth Mechanism of Alkali Metal Peroxides and Superoxides at the Cathode Interface – I. Aldous, F. Braga, and L. J. Hardwick (University of Liverpool)

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A New Class of Ternary Compound for Lithium Ion Battery – Y. Cui (Institute of Electronic Engineering ,CAEP), J. Wang, H. Wu (Institute of Electronic Engineering, CAEP), S. Liu, and Y. Yang (Nanjing Tech University) A Semi-Empirical Aging Model for Lithium Iron Phosphate Electrode – B. Rajabloo, W. Wakem, A. Jokar, M. Desilets, and G. M. Brisard (Université de Sherbrooke) A New Lithium Iron Pyrophosphate Material with Abnormally High Voltage Approaching to 3.8 V – T. Kurita, J. I. Iwata, T. Yamamoto, and S. Sato (Fujitsu Laboratories, Ltd.)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Requirements for Reversible Extra-Capacity in Li-Rich Layered Oxides for Li-Ionbatteries – Y. Xie (Heilongjiang University), M. Saubanere (Institut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier, RS2E : French Network on Electrochemical Energy Storage), and M. L. Doublet (Institut Charles Gerhardt, CNRS Université Montpellier) Tuning Solution Chemistry for Compositional Control of Multicomponent Lithium-Ion Battery Materials – G. Koenig and H. Dong (University of Virginia) Break

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Bending Stress Analysis of All Solid State Flexible Lithium Battery – T. A. Chang (IAM of National Taiwan University) and K. C. Chen (National Taiwan University) Ordered Nickel Nanomesh-Based Electrodes for High Capacity Thin-Film Lithium Ion Batteries – S. P. Zankowski (KU Leuven, Center of Surface Chemistry and Catalysis) and P. M. Vereecken (imec, Belgium) Enhancing Charge Transfer in Solid State Lithium Batteries with Interface Engineering – F. S. Gittleson (Sandia National Laboratories) and F. El Gabaly (Sandia National Labs) Development of Solid Nanocomposite Polymer Electrolyte to Enable Lithium Metal Anode Safely Cycling for High Energy Battery Application – J. J. Wu (NASA Glenn Research Center) A Solvent-Free Electrode Coating Technique for All Solid State Lithium Ion Batteries – H. Graebe (Robert Bosch GmbH, Institue for Particle Technology, TU Braunschweig), A. Netz (Robert Bosch GmbH), and A. Kwade (Institute for Particle Technology, TU Braunschweig) Experimental and Computational Investigation on the Crystal Structure, Stability, and Li Ion Conductivity of Undoped and Doped GarnetType Solid Electrolytes – R. Jalem (Japan Science and Technology Agency, PRESTO, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan), Y. Morishita, T. Okajima (Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan), Y. Kondo (Nagoya Institute of Technology), H. Takeda (ESICB, Kyoto University), and M. Nakayama (ESICB, Kyoto University, Nagoya Institute of Technology)

Transformation of Bulk Alloys to Oxide Nanowires and Their Use in a Li-ion Battery Separator – G. Yushin, D. Lei, J. Benson, and A. Magasinksi (Georgia Institute of Technology) Self–Encapsulated Sb/C Nanocomposite with High Capacity and Stability As an Anode Material for Na-Ion Batteries – X. M. Pham, D. T. Ngo, and C. J. Park (Chonnam National University) High Performance All-Solid State Lithium-Air Batteries Employing Aluminum-Substituted Lithium Lanthanum Titanate Solid Electrolyte – H. T. T. Le, D. T. Ngo, and C. J. Park (Chonnam National University) Facile and Mass-Scalable Synthesis of Si@SiC Anode Material for Li Based Rechargeable Batteries – D. T. Ngo and C. J. Park (Chonnam National University) Synthesis and Nitrogen-Plasma Treatment of Silicon/Carbon Nanotube/Graphene Composites As Anode Materials for LithiumIon Batteries – C. C. Lin and J. W. Chang (National Yunlin University of Science and Technology) Improved Reversibility of Germanium Oxide Anode Materials – C. Jo (Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH)) and J. Lee (POSTECH) Incremental Capacity Analysis of a LithiumIon Battery Pack for Different Charging Rates – T. Kalogiannis, D. I. Stroe (Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University), J. Nyborg, K. Nørregaard (Danish Technological Institute), A. E. Christensen (DTU Energy), and E. Schaltz (Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University) Improved Electrochemical Performance of Li1.2Mn0.54Ni0.13Co0.13O2 By Surface Modification with Li-Ion-Conductive Li2TiO3 – F. Ding, J. Li, G. Xu, and Z. Li (University of Science and Technology Beijing) Effects of Different Depth of Discharge on Cycle Life of LiFePO4 Battery – J. Tang, J. Li, F. Ding, Z. Li, Y. Wang, and F. Deng (University of Science and Technology Beijing) The Manufacturing of Si-Based Alloy Anodes for Li-Ion Batteries By Mechanical Ball Milling Process – S. H. Hong, Y. Y. Chu, K. K. Lee, and H. K. Park (MKE) Graphene-Lii Composite Cathodes for Lithium-Iodine Batteries – S. Kim, S. K. Kim, and P. V. Braun (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) The Effect of the Transition Metal Dichalcogenide Additives in Carbon Electrode for Lithium-Air Battery – Y. Jang, Y. Choi, J. Kim, J. Cho, and I. Seo (Agency for Defense Development)

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Electrochemical Characteristics of Carbon Based Cathode Material with Molybdenum Sulfide Catalyst for Lithium Air Batteries – J. Kim, Y. Choi (Agency for Defense Development), M. H. Griep (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), Y. Jang, J. Cho, and H. Yoo (Agency for Defense Development) A Highly Concentrated Ether Electrolyte for Efficient Na-Ion Half Cells – L. Schafzahl, I. Hanzu, M. Wilkening (Graz University of Technology), and S. A. Freunberger (Graz University of Technology, Austria) Electrochemical Investigations on Arylsilicon and Aryltin Hydrides and Their Resulting Polymers – J. Biedermann, C. Zeppek, A. Torvisco Gomez, I. Hanzu (Graz University of Technology), and F. Uhlig (Graz, University of Technology) Electrochemical Studies of Ru+4O2 Reactions with Lithium at Low Voltages – Y. Yang, J. A. Williams, C. L. Arnold, L. D. Douglas, and L. Meda (Xavier University of Louisiana) Atomistic Simulation Studies of Lithiated and Sodiated TiO2 nanospheres   – P. E. Ngoepe (University of Limpopo, Sovenga, 0727, South Africa), K. M. Kgatwane (University of LImpopo, Sovenga, 0727, South Africa), M. G. Matshaba (University of Limpopo, Sovenga, 0727, South Africa), and D. C. Sayle (University of Kent, Canterbury, CT2 7NH, UK) Modeling the Effect of Carbon to Sulfur Ratio in the Cathode on the Electrochemical Performance of a Li-S Cell – N. Erisen and D. Eroglu (Middle East Technical University) Synthesis of Mixed Na2Ti3O7/Na2Ti6O13 Sodium Titanates with Different Phase Ratios and Their Lithium Insertion Properties – O. Cech (Brno University of Technology, Centre for Research and Utilization of Renewable Energy), P. Vanýsek (CEITEC – Central European Institute of Technology, BUT), K. Částková (CEITEC - Central European Institute of Technology), and P. Čudek (Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic) Comparision and Characterization of CarbonCoated LiMnxFe1-XPO4 (x= 0.4) Between Different Synthesis Routes – R. V. Penumaka, M. P. Lastres, and I. Bhattacharya (Tennessee technological university) Low Temperature Synthesis and Characterization of Carbon-Coated LiMnPO4 for Lithium-Ion Batteries – R. V. Penumaka, M. P. Lastres, and I. Bhattacharya (Tennessee technological university) A Hydrocarbon Cathode for Dual-Ion Batteries – I. A. Rodríguez Pérez, Z. Jian, P. K. Waldenmaier, J. W. Palmisano, R. S. Chandrabose, X. Wang, M. M. Lerner, R. G. Carter, and X. Ji (Oregon State University) Investigation of Electrochemical Performance of Li-O2 Batteries Using Catalyst Containing Carbon Nanotube Cathodes – N. Chawla, A. Chamaani, M. Safa, and B. El-Zahab (Florida International University)

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Characterization of Dynamic Morphology Change of Tin Anode Electrode during (de) Lithiation Processes Using in-Operando Transmission X-Ray Microscopy – T. Li, C. Lim, H. Kang (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis), J. Wang, J. Wang (Brookhaven National Laboratory), and L. Zhu (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis) Conditioning Safety Index of Ni-Rich Cathode Oxides for Lithium Ion Batteries – J. Gim, B. T. Yonemoto, J. Liu, H. Gao, G. L. Xu, K. Amine, and Z. Chen (Argonne National Laboratory) Parasitic Reactions in Nano-Sized Silicon Anodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries – H. Gao (Argonne National Laboratory), L. Xiao, I. Plümel (University of Duisburg-Essen, IVG), G. L. Xu, Y. Ren, X. Zuo (Argonne National Laboratory), H. Wiggers (University of Duisburg-Essen, IVG, CENIDE), K. Amine, and Z. Chen (Argonne National Laboratory) The Effect of Li Ion Dissociation Level in Gel Polymer Electrolytes on Electrochemical Performance of Li-O2 Batteries – A. Chamaani, N. Chawla, M. Safa, and B. ElZahab (Florida International University) Reversibility of Brominated Carbon Electrodes for Lithium-Bromide Battery Applications – B. B. Peterson and J. Flake (Louisiana State University) Preparation of High Performance LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 Materials and Metal Doping – T. Zhang, J. Mao (Zhengzhou University), K. Dai, Y. Zhai (Northeastern University), G. Shao (Zhengzhou University), R. Qiao, W. Yang, and G. Liu (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Comprehensive Electrochemical Study of the Role of Transition Metals in O3-Type Na[NixCoyMnz]O2 (x=1/3, 0.5, 0.6, and 0.8) Cathodes for Sodium-Ion Batteries – J. Y. Hwang, C. S. Yoon (Hanyang University), M. J. Choi (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University), I. Belharouak (Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute), and Y. K. Sun (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University) Structural and Chemical Evolution of LiExcess Li2IrO3 during Electrochemical Cycling – L. Li (Center for Nanoscale Materials, Argonne National Laboratory), E. Lee, J. S. Park (Chemical Sciences and Engineering Division, Argonne National Laboratory), F. Castro, Z. Yao (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Northwestern University), T. T. Fister (Chemical Sciences and Engineering Division, Argonne National Laboratory), J. W. Freeland (X-ray Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory), C. Wolverton (Department of Materials Science and Engineering), V. Dravid (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Northwestern University), M. M. Thackeray (Chemical Sciences and Engineering Division, Argonne National Laboratory), and M. K. Y. Chan (Center for Nanoscale Materials, Argonne National Laboratory)

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Electrochemical Properties of Nickel Oxide Nanoplates As Electrode for Lithium Ion Battery – J. W. Adkins, C. Arnold, and L. Meda (Xavier University of Louisiana) Supercapacitor Aging and Diagnosis – A. El Mejdoubi (University of Caen Normandie), H. Chaoui (Tennessee Technology University), and H. Gualous (Université de Caen Normandie) Fe2C Nanocrystals Encapsulated in an Active Amorphous Carbon Matrix As High Performance Electrodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries – H. Che (Shanghai Jiaotong University, Sinopoly Battery Research Center Limited), W. Zhang (Shanghai Jiao Tong University), Y. He, and Z. F. Ma (Shanghai Jiaotong University) xLi2MnO3-yLiMn2O4-(1-x-y)LiNi0.5Mn0.5O2 for Lithium Ion Batteries – M. LopezdeVictoria (University of Puerto Rico), S. M. Nieto Ramos (Universidad del Turabo), L. Torres Castro (Sandia Laboratory), V. Dorvilien (University of Puerto Rico), R. K. Katiyar (Dept. of Physics, University of Puerto Rico), B. Tripathi Sr. (Department of Physics, University of Puerto Rico San Juan), G. Morell (University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus), and R. S. Katiyar V (Department of Physics University of Puerto Rico San Juan) Environmental-Friendly LiCoO2 Recycling from Libs Under the Assistance of Ultrasonic and Supercritical CO2 – C. Dai (Harbin Institute of Technology), D. Mu (Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin University of Commerce), and Y. Liu (Harbin Institute of Technology) Imidazolium Based Dicationic Ionic Liquids As Electrolyte for Lithium Ion Batteries – Y. C. Yen and I. W. Sun (Nation Cheng Kung University) Electrodeposition of MnO2-Based Nanomaterials As Carbon-Free and BinderFree Cathodes for Li-O2 Battery – Z. Deng, C. Y. V. Li, and K. Y. Chan (The University of Hong Kong) Dual Carbon Layered Tin Oxide Anode for High Energy Lithium Ion Batteries – A. Y. Kim, D. Byun (Korea University), and J. K. Lee (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) Sub-Micrometer Active Material Particle Synthesis for Solid Dispersion Lithium-Ion Redox Flow Batteries – Z. Qi and G. Koenig (University of Virginia) Development of Binder Free Fiber-Type LiNi-Mn-O Cathode with High-Voltage Stability for Lithium-Ion Battery – Y. H. Liu and H. H. Lin (Department of Greenergy, National University of Tainan) Colloidally Assisted Synthesis to Phase Pure Na0.43Ni0.25Mn0.75O1.9 with Suppressed P2/ O2 Phase Transition As High Stable Cathode for Na-Ion Batteries. – L. Chen, S. Monaco, S. Marras, G. Bertoni (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia), F. Palazon (istituto italiano di tecnologia), and L. Manna (Italian Institute of Technology)

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The High Performance Silicon Anodes Including New Water Based Binder in Lithium Ion Batteries – S. J. Kim, N. S. Kim, S. W. Han, and K. S. Choi (Aekyung Chemical Company) 476 In Situ Multiscale Investigation of Reaction Pathways in a Sulfide Material for Sodium and Lithium Batteries – M. G. Boebinger, M. Xu, and M. T. McDowell (Georgia Institute of Technology) 477 Titanium Oxide Filled Carbon Fibres for Lihium and Sodium Ion Insertion – O. Čech, P. Vanýsek (CEITEC – Central European Institute of Technology, BUT), L. Chladil (CEITEC BUT, Brno University of Technology), and K. Částková (CEITEC Central European Institute of Technology) 478 Electrochemical Characteristics of Advanced Sulfur-Based Cathode Material for LithiumSulfur Batteries – D. T. Nguyen, S. W. Song (Chungnam National University, Republic of Korea), A. Hoefling, P. Theato, and Y. J. Lee (University of Hamburg, Germany) 479 Influence of Yttrium Doping on the Structural and Electrochemical Performances of LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 Spinel in Half-Cell and FullCell – L. Wang, W. Wu, J. Wang, X. Qin, and J. Guo (Hebei University of Technology) 480 ZnCo2O4/Rgo Nanocomposites with Superior Electrochemical Performance for Lithium Ion Batteries – K. H. Lam, C. Chen (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University), and X. Hou (South China Normal University) 481 Precursor Chemistry of Lithium Phosphorus Oxynitride Film for Metalorganic Chemical Vapor Deposition – N. Yoshii and T. Fujibayashi (TOKYO ELECTRON LIMITED) 482 Lithium-Oxygen Battery with a PhosphoreneDerived Protective Layer on a Lithium Anode – Y. Kim, S. Ha, D. Ku (Seoul National University), J. Mun (Incheon National University), S. M. Oh, and K. T. Lee (Seoul National University) 483 Magnesium Sulfur Batteries – B. Sievert, K. A. Friedrich, and N. Wagner (German Aerospace Center) 484 Uniformly Thin and Large Surface Modification of Lithium Anode for Improving Cycling Performance of Lithium Metal Batteries – Y. B. Moon, J. H. Kim, H. S. Woo (Department of Chemical Engineering, Hanyang University), and D. W. Kim (Hanyang University) 485 Properties of Lithium Phosphorus Oxynitride Films Prepared By Metalorganic Chemical Vapor Deposition Method – T. Fujibayashi, K. Iwabuchi, and N. Yoshii (TOKYO ELECTRON LIMITED) 486 The Electrochemical Properties of Hydrothermally Self-Assembled 3D Rgo for Lithium Air Batteries – Y. Choi, J. Kim, Y. Jang, H. Yoo, J. Cho, and I. Seo (Agency for Defense Development) 487 Optoelectronic and Electrochemical Properties of ZnO Based Films – Q. Shi, S. S. Lin, H. J. Hou, C. B. Wei, H. Li, Y. F. Su, and F. Hu (Guangdong Institute of New Materials)

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Graphite Oxide Cathode for Greener Rechargeable Aluminum Battery – Z. Li, J. Li, Y. Liu, F. Ding (University of Science and Technology Beijing), K. Yang, and F. Gao (China electric power research institute) Silicon-CNT Composite for High Energy Density Li-Ion Batteries – L. K. Ventrapragada, P. Parajuli, A. B. Kousaalya, S. Pilla, R. Podila, and A. M. Rao (Clemson University) Preparation of Hollow Hithium Titanate Fiber Tube By Electrospinning – Y. Wang (University of Science and Technology Beijing), F. Gao (China electric power research institute), H. Liu, M. Zhang, M. Geng (China Electric Power Research Institute), and K. Yang (China electric power research institute)

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Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Diameter-Dependent Excitation Energy Transfer for Enhanced Semiconducting Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Solar Photoconversion – R. Ihly (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), S. van Bezouw (University of Antwerp), D. Arias (National Renewable Energy Lab), S. Cambre (University of Antwerp), J. Campo (National Insitute of Standards and Technology), A. J. Ferguson, J. C. Johnson (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), W. Wenseleers (University of Antwerp), and J. L. Blackburn (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) Geometries and Dynamics of Photoinduced Electron-Hole Pairs in PolyhexylthiopheneFullerene Systems – Y. Kobori, T. Miura (Kobe University), R. Tao (Kyoto Univeristy), T. Umeyama (Kyoto University), S. Shibata (Kyoto Univeristy), T. Tachikawa (Kobe University), and H. Imahori (Kyoto University) Structural Identification of 11 of the 19 Isomers of the Opv Acceptor Bispcbm Via 13c NMR and UV-Vis Absorption Spectroscopy, and Cyclic Voltammetry, Coupled with DFT Simulations – T. Liu, A. J. Misquitta, I. Abrahams, and J. Dennis (Queen Mary University of London) Purification and Frontier Orbital Characterisation of 19 Purified Isomers of the Opv Acceptor Bis[60]PCBM – J. Dennis, W. Shi, X. Hou, and T. Liu (Queen Mary University of London)

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Fullerene Nanostructures As HighPerformance Supercapacitors and Beyond – S. Zheng (Huazhong University of Science and Tachnology) and X. Lu (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) Fullerene-Grafted 3D Graphene As Electrical Energy Storage Material – M. R. Cerón, M. M. Biener, P. G. Campbell, J. Biener (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory), and L. Echegoyen (The University of Texas at El Paso) (Invited) Space-Confined Assembly of AllCarbon Hybrid Fibers for Capacitive Energy Storage – Y. Chen (The University of Sydney) Supercapacitor Stack Built from Monolithic Porous Glassy Carbon Electrodes – A. Braun (Empa) Direct Growth of Carbon Nanofibers on Nickel Foam and Its Application As Electrochemical Supercapacitor Electrodes – D. Sridhar, S. Omanovic, and J. L. Meunier (McGill University) The Modification of the Pore Characteristics of Activated Carbon, for Use in Electrical Double Layer Capacitors, through Plasma Processing – M. L. Muriel, R. Narayanan, and P. R. Bandaru (University of California, San Diego)

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Carbon Nanostructures in Medicine and Biology

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(Invited) New Glycofullerenes for Ebola Virus Infection – J. Ramos-Soriano (CSIC. Universidad de Sevilla), A. Pérez, L. Rodríguez-Pérez, B. Illescas (Universidad Complutense), J. Rojo (CSIC. Universidad de Sevilla), R. Delgado (Hospital Doce de Octubre, Madrid), and N. Martín (Universidad Complutense) (Invited) On the Non-Covalent Functionalization of Carbon Nanostructures for Biomolecule Immobilization – R. P. Ramasamy (University of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA) Electrocuring Tissue Adhesives – T. W. Steele (Nanyang Technological University) Graphene Catalytic Growth on Copper for Glucose Sensing Applications – L. Pedrazzetti, F. Bizzoni, R. Bernasconi, A. Lucotti (Politecnico di Milano), P. Soltani, A. Mezzi, S. Kaciulis (ISMN - CNR), L. Nobili, and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano)

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(Invited) Modulation of Nanotube Optical Properties By Controlling the Dielectric Environment inside of Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes – J. Campo (National Insitute of Standards and Technology), B. Botka, S. Cambre, W. van Werveke, W. Wenseleers (University of Antwerp), and J. A. Fagan (National Institute of Standards and Technology) (Invited) Quasi Phase Transition in a Single File of Water Molecules Encapsulated inside (6,5) Carbon Nanotubes – S. Cambre (University of Antwerp), X. Ma (Los Alamos National Laboratory, MPA-CINT), W. Wenseleers (University of Antwerp), S. K. Doorn, and H. Htoon (MPA-CINT, Los Alamos National Laboratory) Optical Properties of a-Sexithiophene Dyes Aggregated inside Carbon and Boron Nitride Nanotubes – E. Gaufres (CNRS), C. Allard, N. Tang (Université de Montréal), F. Fossard (CNRS-ONERA), L. Schué (CNRS), J. Barjon (Université de Versailles), R. Martel (Université de Montréal), and A. Loiseau (CNRS-Onera) Variance Spectroscopy Monitors the Sonication-Induced Cutting and Debundling of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes – S. R. Sanchez, S. M. Bachilo, Y. Zheng, J. K. Streit, and R. B. Weisman (Rice University) (Invited) Excited-State Dynamical Studies of Positively and Negatively Charged Excitons in Polymer-Wrapped Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Superstructures – Y. Bai, J. H. Olivier, G. Bullard, and M. J. Therien (Dept. of Chemistry, Duke University) Break

Devices and Applications 1 – 10:00 – 12:00 Chair: Tobias Hertel 10:00

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(Invited) Waveguide Integrated Electrically Driven Carbon Nanotube Light Sources – R. Krupke (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Technische Universität Darmstadt) (Invited) Radiation-Hard Semiconducting Carbon Nanotube Thin-Film Complementary Circuits – M. C. Hersam (Northwestern University) (Invited) Prospects for Wavelength-Tunable Photodetectors with Carbon Nanomaterials – F. Léonard (Sandia National Laboratories) (Invited) Massively Parallel, Aligned Arrays of Semiconducting Carbon Nanotubes for Realizing Field Effect Transistors with Current Density Exceeding Silicon and Gallium Arsenide – M. S. Arnold (University of Wisconsin-Madison) Smart Carbon Nanotubes Assemblies for High Throughput Filtration Devices – L. Maggini, D. Copic, and M. F. L. De Volder (University of Cambridge)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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Field Deployment of Printed Carbon Nanotube Gas Sensor Arrays for Natural Gas Leak Detection – C. J. Smith (PARC), B. Kim (NASA Ames Research Center), G. Iftime, A. Wei, E. Cocker, Y. Zhang (PARC), M. Meyyappan (NASA Ames Research Center), and D. E. Schwartz (PARC)

Optics and Characterization 2 – 14:00 – 16:00 Chair: Ralph Krupke 14:00

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(Invited) Nanoscale Imaging of Exciton Localization in Carbon Nanotubes with Far-Field Microscopy – N. Danné, A. G. Godin (Univ. Bordeaux), H. Kwon, M. Kim (University of Maryland), B. Lounis (Univ. Bordeaux), Y. Wang (University of Maryland), and L. Cognet (Univ. Bordeaux) Quantum Optical Studies on Diazonium Doped Carbon Nanotubes – X. He, N. F. Hartmann (MPA-CINT, Los Alamos National Laboratory), X. Ma (Los Alamos National Laboratory, MPA-CINT), W. Gao, J. Kono (Rice University), J. L. Blackburn (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), H. Htoon, and S. K. Doorn (MPA-CINT, Los Alamos National Laboratory) (Invited) Environmental Effects in Cryogenic Carbon Nanotube Spectroscopy – A. Högele (Fakultät für Physik and Center for NanoScience, LMU Munich) Multi-Modal Spectroscopic and Microscopic Characterization of Thin-Film Networks of Semiconducting Carbon Nanotubes – A. C. Jones, N. M. Kearns, T. J. McDonough, and M. Zanni (University of Wisconsin) (Invited) Ultrafast Spectroscopy of Doped Carbon Nanotubes – T. Hertel (JuliusMaximilians-University Wuerzburg) and K. Eckstein (Julius-Maximilian University of Wuerzburg) Break

Optics and Characterization 3 – 16:00 – 18:00 Chair: Sofie Cambre 16:00

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Quantum Near-Field Effects in Hybrid Carbon Nanotube Systems – I. Bondarev (North Carolina Central University) (Invited) Optical Signatures of Carbon Nanotube Excitons Coupled to Plasmonic Nanocavities and Metallo-Dielectric Antennas – S. Strauf (Stevens Institute of Technology) (Invited) Non-Markovian Decoherence and Purcell Effect: How to Enlarge the Bandwidth of a Carbon Nanotube Based SinglePhoton Source – A. Jeantet (Ecole Normale Supérieure), Y. Chassagneux (CNRS), J. S. Lauret (Laboratoire Aimé Cotton, ENS Paris Saclay), T. Claude (Université Paris Diderot, Ecole Normale Supérieure), J. Reichel, and C. Voisin (Ecole Normale Supérieure) (Invited) Optical Bistability in Air-Suspended Carbon Nanotubes – Y. K. Kato (RIKEN) (Invited) On the Theory of NanotubeGraphene Crossiton: A New Class of Topological Solutions – A. G. Petrov (Ioffe Institute) and S. V. Rotkin (Department of Physics, Lehigh University)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

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Unique Architectural Fidelity of C60Decorated Flavin-Wrapped Nanotubes – F. Papadimitrakopoulos, E. Karunaratne, M. Mollahoseini, and J. Gascon (University of Connecticut)

Graphene and Beyond: 2D Materials

Nanocarbons / Dielectric Science and Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Churchill A1, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Synthesis and Chemistry 1 – 08:00 – 10:00 Chair: Andreas Hirsch 08:00

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(Invited) Fundamentals of Oxo-Functionalized Graphene and Graphene Oxide – S. Eigler (Freie Universitaet Berlin) Electrochemical Regeneration of Reduced Graphene Oxide - Metal Oxide Composite Adsorbents – E. P. L. Roberts and F. Sharif (University of Calgary) Electrochemistry of Aqueous Colloidal Graphene Oxide on Pt Electrodes – G. D. O’Neil (Montclair State University) Simultaneous Electrochemical Exfoliation and Functionalization of Graphene By Diazonium Compounds – A. E. Aynalem (University of Manchester), R. A. Dryfe (School of Chemistry, University of Manchester), and I. A. Kinloch (School of Materials, University of Manchester) (Invited) Processing and Applications of Monodisperse Two-Dimensional Nanomaterial Inks – M. C. Hersam (Northwestern University) Break

Synthesis and Chemistry 2 – 10:00 – 12:00 Chair: Gonzalo Abellán 10:00

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A New Form of Electrochemical Kinetics, at the Single Layer Graphene – Electrolyte Interface – P. R. Bandaru, R. Narayanan, H. Yamada, D. Lipomi, and B. Marin (University of California, San Diego) Ionic Solutions of Two-Dimensional Materials – P. L. Cullen, K. M. Cox, M. K. Bin Subhan (University College London), L. Picco, O. D. Payton (University of Bristol), D. J. Buckley, T. Miller (University College London), S. A. Hodge (University of Cambridge), N. T. Skipper (University College London), V. Tileli (École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne), and C. A. Howard (University College London) Liquid-Exfoliated Transition Metal Dichalcogenides: A Story of Excitons, Spectroscopic Metrics and Functionalisation – C. Backes, F. Rashvand, K. Synnatschke, K. Knirsch, P. Cieslik, and P. Lafargue (Applied Physical Chemistry, University Heidelberg) Heterostructures Beyond Van Der Waals – E. M. Perez (IMDEA Nanociencia, Madrid, Spain) (Invited) Eau De Graphene : Additive Free, Single Layer Graphene in Water – A. Penicaud (CNRS - University of Bordeaux) Chemically Modified Graphene and Carbon Quantum Dots: Structural, Electronic and Chiroptical Characterization – M. Á. Herranz, A. Ferrer-Ruiz, M. Vázquez-Nakagawa, L. Rodríguez-Pérez, and N. Martín (Universidad Complutense) 133

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(Invited) Chemistry of Novel 2D Materials: Black Phosphorus and Antimonene – G. Abellán (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg) Substrate Modulated Reductive Graphene Functionalization – A. Hirsch (University of Erlangen) >24h Stabilization of Silicon Photoanode Operation in Aqueous Media Using a Fluorinated Graphene Protection Layer – A. C. Thompson (California Institute of Technology), A. C. Nielander (Stanford University), and N. S. Lewis (California Institute of Technology) (Invited) New Functionalities of 2-Dimensional Materials: Graphene, DopedGraphene, Tough Fibers and Beyond – M. Terrones (The Pennsylvania State University) (Invited) Atomic-Scale Exploration of Synthetic Low Dimensional Materials – N. P. Guisinger (Argonne National Laboratory) Break

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Porphyrins, Phthalocyanines and Supramolecular Assemblies Nanocarbons / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Churchill A2, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Porphyrinoid Photovoltaics – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Ángela Sastre-Santos and Sergei Vinogradov 08:00

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Synthesis and Chemistry 4 – 16:00 – 18:00 Chair: Nathan P. Guisinger 16:00

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A Wafer-Scale Bernal Stacked Bilayer Graphene Film Obtained on a Cu(0.5 %at Ni) Foil Using Atmpspheric Pressure Vapour Deposition – N. Manyala (UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA) and J. Madito (University of Pretoria) Graphene Nanoribbon Heterojunctions with Dbtp Precursors on Ag(111) – R. Miranda (IMDEA Nanociencia, Madrid, Spain, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain), B. Cirera (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain, IMDEA Nanociencia, Madrid, Spain), R. Otero (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain, IMDEA Nanociencia, Madrid, Spain), J. M. Gallego (Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid, CSIC Spain), and D. Ecija (IMDEA Nanociencia, Madrid, Spain) Graphene Nanoribbon Synthesis with a Fluorinated Molecular Precursor – H. Hayashi (Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST)), J. Yamaguchi, H. Jippo (Fujitsu Limited), S. Sato (Fujitsu Laboratories, Ltd.), and H. Yamada (Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST)) Nanowire Templated Growth of ThreeDimensional Fuzzy Graphene – T. CohenKarni, R. Garg, S. Rastogi, and T. Nuhfer (Carnegie Mellon University) Quantum Chemical Predictions for Alkaline Earth (AE)-Doped Graphene: A Density Functional Theory (DFT) Based Investigation for a Novel Class of Carbon-Based TwoDimensional Nanomaterials Toward Electrochemical, Catalytic and Electronic Applications – A. C. F. Serraon (University of the Philippines Diliman), A. A. B. Padama (University of the Philippines Los Baños), J. A. D. del Rosario, R. B. Cervera, and J. D. Ocon (University of the Philippines Diliman)

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Porphyrinoids for Molecular Photovoltaics – T. Torres (IMDEA Nanociencia, Autonoma University of Madrid), H. Carrascosa, G. Lavarda, D. P. Medina (Autonoma University of Madrid), M. Ince (University of Mersin), O. Trukhina (IMDEA Nanociencia, Autonoma University of Madrid), J. Fernández-Ariza (Autonoma University of Madrid), M. GarciaIglesias (IMDEA-Nanociencia, Autonoma University of Madrid), G. Zango (Autonoma University of Madrid), M. Urbani (IMDEA Nanociencia, Autonoma University of Madrid), M. S. Rodriguez-Morgade, and M. V. Martínez-Díaz (Autonoma University of Madrid) Boron Subphthalocyanines, Boron Subnaphthalocyanines and Silicon Phthalocyanines As Non-Fullerene Electron Accepting Materials in Organic Photovoltaics (and Tetrabenzocorroles as Complimentary Electron Donating Materials) – T. P. Bender (Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry) Highly Efficient ( >8%) Porphyrin-Based Bulk Heterojunction Organic Photovoltaics – V. Cuesta (Univ. Castilla-la Mancha), M. Vartanian (Univ. Castilla-la mancha), S. Arrechea (Univ. Castilla-la Mancha), P. de la Cruz (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha), R. Singhal (Malaviya National Institute of Technology Jaipur), G. Sharma (LNM Inst. of Information Technology Demed University), and F. Langa (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha) Phthalocyanine in Bulk Heterojunction, Perovskites and Dye Sensitized Solar Cells – Á. Sastre-Santos (Universidad Miguel Hernandez de Elche) Photoiduced Electron Transfer Across Phthalocyanine Layers on ZnO Semiconductor – N. V. Tkachenko (Tampere University of Technology) Break Strongly Coupled Bisdonor-BF2 Chelated Azadipyrromethene-Fullerene Tetrads: Synthesis and Charge Separation Studies – M. Collini (Univeristy of North Texas), M. Thomas, V. Bandi (University of North Texas), P. Karr (Wayne State College), and F. D’Souza (University of North Texas) Triplet-Triplet Annihilation in a Single Dendritic Macromolecule with Pt Porphyrin As a Sensitizer-Core – S. Vinogradov, A. Cember, and S. Plunkett (University of Pennsylvania) Reactions of Adsorbed Porphyrins on Oxides and Metals in Ultrahigh Vacuum and Liquids – O. Lytken (Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg) A Bio-Inspired Approach Towards NIR Emissive Ytterbium(III) Complexes – Y. Ning and J. L. Zhang (Peking University) Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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Comprehensive Structure-Function Studies of Photoactive Ionic π-Conjugated Supermolecular Assemblies – U. Mazur and K. W. Hipps (Washington State University) Coordination to Supported Metalloporphyrins at the Solid-Solution Interface – K. W. Hipps and U. Mazur (Washington State University)

Supramolecular Assemblies and Applications – 14:00 – 16:40 Chair: Roberto Paolesse 14:00

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Heme-Based Oxygen Sensor Histidine Kinase Afgchk and Its Intra- and Interprotein Signal Transduction Observed By Hydrogen/ Deuterium Exchange and Crystallography – M. Martinkova, P. Man, M. Stranava, V. Fojtikova (Department of Biochemistry, Charles University in Prague), T. Skálová, P. Kolenko, J. Dohnálek (Institute of Biotechnology CAS, v.v.i.), V. Martinek, and T. Shimizu (Department of Biochemistry, Charles University in Prague) Supramolecular Porphyrin Copolymer Formed Via Competitive Host-Guest Interaction – T. Haino (Graduate School of Science, Hiroshima University) Nucleosides As Organizing Architectural Moieties – N. Solladie (Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination - CNRS) Supramolecular Assemblies of a WaterSoluble Diprotonated Porphyrin and Heteropolyoxometalates – T. Kojima (University of Tsukuba) Supramolecular Chirogenesis in Bisand Multi-Porphyrin Systems: Recent Developments and Further Perspectives – V. Borovkov (South-Central University for Nationalities) First Investigation of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Handedness Chirality Utilized By Scanning Tunneling Microscopy – A. Ibrahim (1. Graduate School of Science, Osaka University, Japan, 2. Faculty od Science, Minia University, Egypt), G. Liu, N. Komatsu (Kyoto University), T. Inose (Hokkaido University, Graduate School of Science, Osaka University), M. Handayani, Z. Chen, and T. Ogawa (Graduate School of Science, Osaka University) Porphyrinoids Based Hybrid Materials for Chemical Sensor Applications – R. Paolesse, M. Stefanelli, G. Magna, S. Nardis, G. Pomarico, and C. Di Natale (University of Rome Tor Vergata) The Identification of Diseases with Porphyrin Sensors – C. Di Natale, R. Paolesse, and R. Capuano (University of Rome Tor Vergata)

Corrosion General Session Corrosion Grand Salon D - Section 22, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Ferrous Alloys: Corrosion and Protection 1 – 08:30 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Eiji Tada and Dev Chidambaram 08:30

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Effect of Crevice Geometry on Corrosion Behavior of Carbon Steel in 5wt% NaCl Solution – E. Tada, H. Maeda, and A. Nishikata (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

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The Effect of Film Thickness and Substrate Resistivity on Corrosion of Fe Thin Films – D. Sapiro (Carnegie Mellon University), R. Feng (National Energy Technology Laboratory), B. Webler (Carnegie Mellon University), M. Ziomek-Moroz, and P. R. Ohodnicki Jr. (National Energy Technology Laboratory) Study on Pitting Corrosion of Carbon Steel Induced By Cerium (III) Ions – S. Hu and Z. Chen (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) Break The Effect of Cations on Carbon Steel Corrosion in Chloride Media – P. K. Baranwal, S. Das, and P. V. Rajaraman (Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India) Development of Metallic Bipolar Plate for PEFC By Coating Carbon Thin Film on Stainless Steel – S. Ioku, K. Inoue, H. Sugishita, Y. Chigi (YUMEX Inc.), and Y. Sugie (University of Hyogo) Corrosion Resistance of Stainless Steel Coated with Hydrogen Silsesquioxane Based Spin-on-Glass Coatings Cured in Oxygen Deprived Atmosphere – F. Lampert (Technical University of Denmark), A. H. Jensen (SiOx Aps), R. U. Din, and P. Møller (Technical University of Denmark) Study on the Use of Titania Nanoparticles As Synergy Inhibitor for Steel in Ethanol Fuel Blend – V. S. H. Nguyen (University of Science), H. V. Pham (Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology), N. O. K. Nguyen (Nidec Vietnam Corporation), B. M. Q. Phan (PetroVietnam University), T. T. H. Vu (University of Science VNU-HCM, University of Science), and N. D. Nguyen (PetroVietnam University) Investigation of Corrosion Resistance for Annealed and Hardened Stainless Steels – R. Repukaiti, C. Fast, P. Murkute, J. Tucker, and B. Isgor (Oregon State University)

Ferrous Alloys: Corrosion and Protection 2 – 14:00 – 16:30 Co-Chairs: Masayuki Itagaki and Eiji Tada 14:00

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Electrochemical Behavior of Steels in CO2H2o Systems for Direct Supercritical CO2 Power Cycle Applications – R. Repukaiti (Oregon State University), L. Teeter, M. Ziomek-Moroz, O. Dogan (National Energy Technology Laboratory), and J. Tucker (Oregon State University) Corrosion of Carbon Steel in CO2-Saturated Brines Investigated By Rotating Disk Electrode and Scanning Vibrating Electrode Technique – R. Feng, M. Ziomek-Moroz, J. H. Tylczak, and P. R. Ohodnicki Jr. (National Energy Technology Laboratory) Study on the Effect of Surface Finish on Corrosion of Carbon Steel in CO2 Environment Revisited – O. J. Yepez (Clariant Corporation) Break Electrochemical Properties of Carbon Steel Corrosion in Boiler Water at Elevated Temperatures – D. M. Hall (The Pennsylvania State University), M. F. Caravaggio, S. J. Shulder (Electric Power Research Institute), and S. N. Lvov (The Pennsylvania State University) 135

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Silane-Based Coating on Hot-Dip Zn Steel Sheets for Hot Stamping – J. K. Chang (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National Taiwan University), S. Y. Jian (Department of Chemistry and Materials Engineering, National Defense University), and C. S. Lin (National Taiwan University) Acetic Acid Corrosion of Mild Steel: Mechanism and Prediction – A. Kahyarian (Institute for Corrosion and Multiphase Flow Technology) and S. Nesic (Ohio University)

Green Electrodeposition 4

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Electrodeposition Norwich, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Green Electrodeposition 4 - Electrodeposition of Light Metals – 08:00 – 10:30 Co-Chairs: Sudipta Roy, Giovanni Zangari and Sachio Yoshihara

Wednesday, May 31

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Welcoming Remarks Introductory Remarks Evaluation of Key Factors for Preparing High Brightness Surfaces of Aluminum Films Electrodeposited from AlCl3-1-Ethyl3-Methylimidazolium Chloride-Organic Additive Baths – F. Matsumoto, T. Tanabe, T. Gunji, S. Kaneko (Kanagawa University), and T. Ohsaka (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Effect of Additives on Electrodeposited Aluminum Alloy Films By Using Dimethylsulfone As an Organic Solvent – I. Koiwa (Kanto Gakuin University), K. Matsubara (Graduate School of Engineering, Kanto Gakuin University,), Y. Ito (Graduate School of Engineering, Kanto Gakuin University), and N. Watanabe (Dept. of Applied Chemistry, Kanto Gakuin University) Electrodeposition of Purified Aluminum Coatings from AlCl3Dimethylsulfone(DMSO2) Electrolytes with Isopropylamine Hydrochloride – S. Kim, S. Kumeno (Nagoya University), K. Kuroda, and M. Okido (IMaSS, Nagoya University) Electrochemical Aluminum Deposition from Fluorinated Ionic Liquids – F. Liberale (Politecnico di Milano), A. Ispas, A. Bund (Technische Universität Ilmenau), and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano) Break

Green Electrodeposition 4 - Novel Chemistry – 10:30 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Sudipta Roy, Giovanni Zangari and Sachio Yoshihara 10:30 10:40 1042

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Welcoming Remarks Effect of the Use of Pulse Plating Techniques in Electrodeposited Sn-Cucoatings for PbFree, Environmentally-Friendly Applications – L. Wu and A. J. Cobley (Coventry University) Copper Electrodeposition from a WaterContaining Choline Chloride-Based Deep Eutectic Solvent – P. Valverde, T. Green, and S. Roy (University of Strathclyde)

Use of Ultrasound to Modified Electrodeposited Silver and Silver-Tin Microstructures and Composition without Chemical Additives – A. Nevers, L. Hallez, F. Touyeras, and J. Y. Hihn (UTINAM UMR 6213 CNRS University Bourgogne FrancheComté) Development of a Functional Reach Compliant Trivalent Chromium Electroplating Process – T. D. Hall, E. J. Taylor, M. Inman, S. Snyder, J. Xu, and R. Radhakrishnan (Faraday Technology, Inc.) Analysis of Cathodic Reaction Process of SiCl4 in Ionic Liquids – Y. Tsuyuki, T. Fujimura (Dept. of Advanced Science and Engineering, Waseda Univ.), M. Kunimoto, Y. Fukunaka (Res. Org. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda University), P. A. Pianetta (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory), and T. Homma (Dept. of Advanced Science and Engineering, Waseda Univ.)

Green Electrodeposition 4 - New Processes and Materials – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Giovanni Zangari, Sachio Yoshihara and Sudipta Roy 14:00 14:10 1047

Introductory Remarks Molten Salt Electrorefining of Indium Metal from Indium Tin Alloy – S. H. Choi (KIRAM, KITECH, South Korea, In-Ha University, South Korea), B. Ali (KIRAM, KITECH, South Korea), S. K. Hyun (In-Ha University, South Korea), J. J. Sim (KIRAM, KITECH, South Korea, In-Ha University, South Korea), W. Ju (KIRAM, KITECH, South Korea, Hanyang University, South Korea), J. H. Lim (KIRAM, KITECH, South Korea, In-Ha University, South Korea), T. S. Kim, and K. T. Park (KIRAM, KITECH, South Korea) 14:30 1048 Application of Iron Based Alloy Electroplating to Environmental Friendly IndustriesHydrogen Generator – S. Yoshihara (Utsunomiya University) 14:50 1049 Electrodeposition of Sn-Ni Alloy As Anodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries – J. Zhang, M. Zhou, M. Chen, P. Yang, and M. An (Harbin Institute of Technology) 15:10 1050 Electrodeposition of Nickel/Titanium Carbide Nanocomposite Coatings – N. Acet and D. Eroglu (Middle East Technical University) 15:30 1051 TiO2 Nanotubes As a Matrice for Electrodeposited Si, Au, and CdSe – D. Kowalski (Hokkaido University) 15:50 Concluding Remarks Grand Ballroom, Hilton New Orleans Riverside E01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Composition, Morphology and Electrical Properties of Electroplated Bite Thin Films – K. Hong (Chungnam National University), H. Suh (Korea Basic Science Institute), J. Noh (Tegway), J. Kim, and Y. Jin (Chungnam National University)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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Electrophoretic Deposition of MoS2 Thin Film As a Stable Counter Electrode for Quantum Dot Solar Cells – H. T. Nguyen, N. H. Phap (University of Science, VNU-HCM, VietNam), T. V. Le (Faculty of Materials Technology, HCMUT–VNUHCM), N. T. M. Nguyet (Key Laboratory of Materials Technology, HCMUT–VNUHCM), and L. V. Hai (Applied Physical Chemistry Key Laboratory, UoS, VNUHCM) Pulse Plated CuIn0.5Ga0.5Se2 Films and Their Photoelectrochemical Properties – K. R. Murali (University of Madras)

Metallization of Flexible Electronics Electrodeposition Trafalgar, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Flexible Devices – 14:00 – 16:35 Co-Chairs: Luca Magagnin and Takayuki Homma 14:00

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Transparent Electrode and Magnetic Permalloy Made from Novel2 Nanopaper – J. Chen (South China University of Technology), M. Akin (Leibniz Universitaet Hannover), L. Yang, L. Jiao (Northeastern University), F. Cheng, P. Lu (South China University of Technology), L. Chen (Northeastern University), D. Liu (South China University of Technology), and H. Zhu (Northeastern University) Photopatternable, Electrochemically Plated Conductive Fabrics – S. Taushanoff (NANO3D SYSTEMS, LCC) and V. M. Dubin (NANO3D SYSTEMS LLC) Rapid Characterization of Additives for Bottom-up Fill in Electroless Copper Plating – R. Zeszut and U. Landau (Case Western Reserve University) Break All-Solution-Processing of Nanoporous and Wrinkled Electrodes on Polymer Substrates for Use in Electrochemical Biosensing – C. Gabardo, C. Adams-McGavin, B. Fung, J. Yang, and L. Soleymani (McMaster University) Transport and Reactants Concentration Effects in Electroless Deposition of Copper – R. Zeszut and U. Landau (Case Western Reserve University) Advanced Polymers Surface Preparation and Electrochemical Metallization for Flexible Concentrator Mirrors – A. V. Oriani, F. Liberale (Politecnico di Milano), P. Cojocaru (Solvay Specialty Polymers), and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano) Anisotropic Electroless Deposition on Self-Assembled Biological Templates for Electronic Circuit Fabrication – B. Uprety (Brigham Young University) and J. N. Harb (Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Brigham Young University) Selective Plating on Flexible Glass and Polymer Substrates with Laser-Drilled Holes – K. M. Norelli and V. M. Dubin (NANO3D SYSTEMS LLC)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

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(Invited) Redox Switchable Organic Conjugated Materials for Flexible Electrochromic Devices – M. Salamone, R. Ruffo, C. M. Mari (University of Milano Bicocca), and L. Beverina (University of Milano-Bicocca) Effect of Thin Film Platinum Microelectrode Granularity on Corrosion under Electrical Stimulation – N. U. Huynh (San Diego State University), N. Yamada, H. Furukawa (Yamagata University), G. Youssef, A. Khosla, and S. Kassegne (San Diego State University) Flexible Non-Enzymatic Glucose Sensor Obtained Via Wet Metallization Coupled with Inkjet Printing – R. Bernasconi, A. Mangogna, L. Pedrazzetti, and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano) Break All Polymeric Electrochemical Biochip Array of Patterned Gold on Silver Inkjet Printed Polyimide – R. Pandey (Tel Aviv University), M. Beggiato (Politecnico di Torino), Y. Sverdlov, A. Inberg (Tel Aviv University), D. Demarchi (Politecnico di Torino), and Y. Shacham-Diamand (Tel Aviv University) Characterization of a Flexible Glucose Amperometric Sensor Obtained through Electroless Deposited Nip Electrodes – M. Costa Angeli, E. Cattarinuzzi, D. Gastaldi, and P. Vena (Politecnico di Milano) One Step Cu-Zn-Sn Alloy Deposition As a Precursor for CZTS Absorber in Photovoltaics – L. Pedrazzetti, C. Marchi, M. I. Khalil, A. Lucotti (Politecnico di Milano), A. Le Donne, S. Binetti (Università di Milano Bicocca), and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano) Concluding Remarks

Electrochemical Engineering General Session

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Marlborough A, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Electrochemical Engineering General Session 2 – 08:00 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Douglas P. Riemer, John A. Staser and Luis A. Diaz 08:00

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Chronoamperometric Study of Ammonia Oxidation in a Direct Ammonia Alkaline Fuel Cell Under the Influence of Microgravity – C. R. Cabrera Jr. (University of Puerto Rico at Rio Piedras), R. Acevedo (University of Puerto Rico at Río Piedras), C. Morales (university of Puerto Rico at Río Piedras), L. Echegoyen (The University of Texas at El Paso), and R. A. Martínez-Rodríguez (University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus) Numerical Analysis of the Effect of Diaphragm Length, Position and Porosity on the Electric Field and Mass Transport inside a Lithium Electrolysis Cell – E. Oliaii, M. Desilets (Université de Sherbrooke), and G. Lantagne (Hydro-Québec research institute) Low Frequency Behavior of Strong Univalent Electrolytic Solutions with a Highly-Sensitive Impedance Method – V. C. Su, K. C. Ho, J. H. Ye, and C. H. Kuan (Graduate Institute of Electronics Engineering, NTU)

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Mathematical Modeling of Ion Selective Membrane Systems Subject to Electrical Polarization – M. T. Flavin (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Charles Stark Draper Laboratory), J. Han (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and D. Freeman (Charles Stark Draper Laboratory) Break Synthesis of Co-Ni-Mo As Non-Noble Electrocatalysts for Ethanol Oxidation – W. Chaitree (Florida State University) and E. E. Kalu (Florida A&M University - Florida State University COE) Quantifying Potential Contributions in the Hybrid Sulfur Electrolyzer at Elevated Temperatures – T. R. Garrick (General Motors, University of South Carolina), C. H. Wilkins, A. T. Pingitore (University of South Carolina), A. Gulledge (INVISTA), B. Benicewicz, and J. W. Weidner (University of South Carolina) Understanding of Transition from GasPhase to Material-Kinetic Limitations for Nonstoichiometric Oxides – H. I. Ji (California Institute of Technology, Northwestern University), T. Davenport (Northwestern University), and S. M. Haile (California Institute of Technology, Northwestern University) High Efficiency Anodes for Hydrogen Separation Based on Solid Acid Electrolytes – D. L. Wilson III (The University of Tennessee) and T. A. Zawodzinski (University of Tennessee, Oak Ridge National Laboratory) A Reduced-Order Battery Degradation Model for Battery Management Systems – J. Li (Missouri University of Science and Technology), N. Lotfi (Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Edwardsville), R. G. Landers, and J. Park (Missouri University of Science and Technology)

Electrochemical Engineering General Session 3 – 14:00 – 17:00 Co-Chairs: Douglas P. Riemer, John A. Staser and Luis A. Diaz 14:00

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Mechanistic Studies of Hydrogen Evolution during Electroless Nickel-Phosphorus Deposition – X. Liu and R. Akolkar (Case Western Reserve University) Electrochemical and Structural Characterization of Electrodeposited Tin: Influence of the Additive Alkoxylated β-Napthol – S. Zajkoska (Hirtenberger Engineered Surfaces, University of Vienna), A. Mulone (Chalmers University of Technology), W. E. G. Hansal (Hirtenberger Engineered Surfaces), U. Klement (Chalmers University of Technology), and W. Kautek (University of Vienna) Electroless Deposition of Iron–Phosphorus on Copper: Experimental and Modeling Studies of the Critical Role of Substrate Activation By Palladium – J. Blickensderfer and R. Akolkar (Case Western Reserve University) Electrodeposition of Indium and Tin from Molten Chloride Electrolytes – G. M. Haarberg (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), B. Qin (Kunming University of Science and Technology), and A. M. Martinez (SINTEF)

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Electrophoretic Deposition of GadoliniumDoped Ceria As a Barrier Layer on YttriumStabilized Zirconia Electrolyte for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – X. Liu (West Virginia University), S. Hu (west virginia university), and W. Li (West Virginia University) Formation and Characterization of SubMicron Inert Particle Embedded Nickel Composite Coatings – O. Yilmaz (Middle East Technical University), M. Erdogan (Yildirim Beyazit University), and I. Karakaya (Middle East Technical University) An Electrochemical Procedure to Form Metal Powders from Recycled Hard Particle Embedded Composite Cutting Tools – T. Altunbasak (Ankara University, Middle East Technical University), M. Kul (Cumhuriyet University), and I. Karakaya (Middle East Technical University) Electrochemical Reduction of Molybdenium Compounds to Form Molybdenium Powder – B. Akpinar (Middle East Technical University), M. Erdogan (Yildirim Beyazit University), and I. Karakaya (Middle East Technical University) Kinetics of Zinc Ion Removal from Wastewater By Electrocoagulation – X. Chen, P. Ren (West Virginia University), T. Li (Inner Mongolia University of Science and Technology), and X. Liu (West Virginia University)

Grand Ballroom, Hilton New Orleans Riverside F01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Chair: Douglas P. Riemer •

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Overview: Electrochemical Sensors for Dopamine – T. Silue (George Mason University), A. Mazafi (Ben--Gurion University of Negev), H. Ben-Yoav (BenGurion University of the Negev), and N. Peixoto (George Mason University) A Multiplexed Electrochemical Probe for Glutamate and Dopamine Detection – C. Tan, I. Hossain, G. Dutta (Louisiana Tech University), S. Siddiqui, and P. Arumugam (Institute for Micromanufacturing) Chitosan-Catechol Modified Dopamine Sensor – T. Silue, B. McDowell (George Mason University), H. Ben-Yoav (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev), and N. Peixoto (George Mason University) Microfabrication and Characterization of Concentric Nanodes for Brain Chemical Sensing – H. Yin, G. Dutta (Louisiana Tech University), and P. Arumugam (Institute for Micromanufacturing) Enhancement of Low Level Dopamin Concentration Detecting Limit By Reducing Quantization Error – Y. Kang, H. Shin, Y. Oh, C. Park, M. DeWaele (Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, Hanyang University), K. E. Bennet (Division of Engineering, Mayo Clinic), I. Kim (Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, Hanyang University), K. H. Lee (Dept. of Physiology and Biomedical Engr., Mayo Clinic), and D. P. Jang (Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, Hanyang University)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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Fast Scan Cyclic Voltammetry with Microdialysis for Quantitative Measurement of Dopamine – H. Shin (Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, Hanyang University), C. D. Blaha (Dept. of Neurologic Surgery, Mayo Clinic), K. E. Bennet (Dept. of Neurologic Surgery, Mayo Clinic, Division of Engineering, Mayo Clinic), K. H. Lee (Dept. of Neurologic Surgery, Mayo Clinic, Dept. of Physiology and Biomedical Engr., Mayo Clinic), and D. P. Jang (Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, Hanyang University) Tonic Dopamine Concentration Measurement Using Tailored Fscv – H. U. Cho, Y. Oh, H. Shin, C. Park, Y. Kang, M. DeWaele (Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, Hanyang University), K. E. Bennet (Dept. of Neurologic Surgery, Mayo Clinic), K. H. Lee (Dept. of Physiology and Biomedical Engr., Mayo Clinic), and D. P. Jang (Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, Hanyang University) Heparin Contained Multilayer Composite Coatings on NiTi Alloy By Electrochemical Methods for Reducing in-Stent Restenosis – S. K. Yen, Y. H. Liang, P. Y. Zheng, C. Y. Kao (National Chung Hsing University), Y. L. Lai (China Medical University Hospital, Taiwan), and C. C. Lin (Taichung Armed Force General Hospital, Taiwan) Electrolytic Deposition of DoxorubicinChitosan Composites on Post Hydroxyapatite Coated Titanium Alloy for Localizing Tumor Treatments – S. K. Yen, S. R. Hsu, Y. M. Cheng (National Chung Hsing University), Y. L. Lai (China Medical University Hospital, Taiwan), and C. C. Lin (Taichung Armed Force General Hospital, Taiwan) Evaluation of Microbial Fuel Cells with Graphite Plus MnO2 and MoS2 Paints As Oxygen Reduction Cathode Catalyst – B. Jiang (Clausthal University of Technology), T. Muddemann (Clausthal University of Technology, CUTEC-Institut GmbH), U. Kunz (Clausthal University of Technology), H. Bormann, D. R. Haupt, M. Niedermeiser, O. Schlaefer, and M. Sievers (CUTEC-Institut GmbH) Integration of Upscaled Microbial Fuel Cells in Real Municipal Sewage Plants – T. Muddemann (Clausthal University of Technology, CUTEC-Institut GmbH), B. Jiang, U. Kunz (Clausthal University of Technology), H. Bormann, D. R. Haupt, M. Niedermeiser, O. Schlaefer, and M. Sievers (CUTEC-Institut GmbH) Determination of Internal Stress of Ni Electroplated Samples in Sulphamate Solutions – B. Aykac (Middle East Technical University), M. Erdogan (Yildirim Beyazit University), and I. Karakaya (Middle East Technical University)

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Applications of Electrochemistry to Additive Manufacturing Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Electrodeposition Marlborough B, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Applications of Electrochemistry to Additive Manufacturing 1 – 10:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Maria Inman and Richard Alkire 10:00

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(Invited) Electrochemistry 4.0 – L. A. Hof and R. Wüthrich (Concordia University) Electropolishing Behavior of Additive Layer Manufacturing 316L Stainless Steel in Deep Eutectic Solvents – C. Rotty, M. L. Doche, A. Mandroyan, and J. Y. Hihn (UTINAM UMR 6213 CNRS University Bourgogne FrancheComté) Electrochemical Surface Finishing of Additively Manufactured Parts – T. D. Hall, H. Garich, S. Snyder, and E. J. Taylor (Faraday Technology, Inc.) Bipolar Electrodeposition: A Pathway for Direct-Write Patterning of Metals without Electrical Connections to the Substrate – T. M. Braun and D. T. Schwartz (University of Washington) Hybrid Electroless-Electrolytic Process for Metallization of 3D Printed Functional Microdevices – R. Bernasconi, F. Cuneo, E. Carrara, C. Credi, M. Levi, and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano)

Applications of Electrochemical to Additive Manufacturing 2 – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Douglas P. Riemer and E. J. Taylor 14:00

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(Invited) Opportunities for Additive Manufacturing of Membraneless Electrolysis Devices – J. T. Davis and D. V. Esposito (Columbia University) 3D Printed Hybrid Electrodes for LithiumIon Batteries – J. Li, M. Leu (Missouri University of Science and Technology), R. Panat (Washington State University), and J. Park (Missouri University of Science and Technology) Ceramic Additive Manufacturing of Solid State Electrochemical Devices – A. D. Benavidez (University of New Mexico), A. Cook (Sandia National Laboratories), L. K. Tsui (University of New Mexico), L. Evans (Sandia National Laboratories), and F. H. Garzon (University of New Mexico) Fluidic Force Microscope for Electrochemical Additive Manifacturing of Metal Microstructures – T. Zambelli, L. Hirt, and J. Vörös (ETH Zurich) Simple Graphite and Thermoplastic Mixtures for Complicated Electrochemical Systems – K. J. Klunder and C. S. Henry (Colorado State University)

Grand Ballroom, Hilton New Orleans Riverside F04 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Maria Inman, E. J. Taylor, Richard Alkire and Douglas P. Riemer •

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

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3D Printing-Enabled Rapid Reproduction of Mxene Based Supercapacitors – M. P. Kremer, C. Zhang, and V. Nicolosi (CRANN, School of Chemistry, Trinity College Dublin) 139

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Pulse and Pulse Reverse Electrolytic Processes Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Electrodeposition Marlborough B, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Semiconductor-solution Interfaces 2 – 09:30 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Colm O’Dwyer and Arnaud Etcheberry 09:30 10:00 1226

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(Invited) Study on Electro-Polishing of Nb Surface By Periodic Reverse Current Method with Sodium Hydroxide Solution for Particle Accelerator Application – T. Saeki, H. Hayano (KEK), J. Taguchi (Nomura Plating Co, Ltd), C. E. Reece, and H. Tian (Jefferson national lab) Development of an HF Free Electropolishing Process for Nb Srf Cavities – T. D. Hall, S. Snyder, M. Inman, E. J. Taylor (Faraday Technology, Inc.), and F. Furuta (Cornell University) Pulse Reverse Voltage Electropolishing of Superconducting Radio Frequency Niobium Cavities in Aqueous, Low Concentration Sulfuric Acid Electrolytes without Hydrofluoric Acid – E. J. Taylor (Faraday Technology Inc.), M. Inman, T. D. Hall, S. Snyder (Faraday Technology, Inc.), J. Mammosser (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and F. Furuta (Cornell University) Atmospheric, Non-Contact and High Speed Electro Chemical Machining Processes for X-Ray Optics – R. Radhakrishnan, J. Xu, S. Lucatero, T. D. Hall, and E. J. Taylor (Faraday Technology, Inc.) Break

Processes at the Semiconductor Solution Interface 7 Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology / Electrodeposition / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Churchill C2, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

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Photoelectrochemical Systems – 14:00 – 17:40 Chair: Heli Wang 14:00

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Study of the Silicon Electrochemical Response Depending on the Electroless Nickel Bath Composition – E. Delbos, H. El Belghiti (Institut Lavoisier de Versailles, KMG Ultra Pure Chemicals), D. Aureau, M. Frégnaux, M. Bouttemy, and A. Etcheberry (Institut Lavoisier de Versailles) Electrochemical Deposition of Tin Selenide (SnSex) Thin Films – P. Howell and J. L. Stickney (University of Georgia) Formation Process of Pores in n-InP – I. Clancy, N. Quill, E. Moynihan (Department of Physics and Energy, University of Limerick), C. O’Dwyer (Department of Chemistry, University College Cork), D. N. Buckley (Department of Physics and Energy, University of Limerick, Dept. of Chem. Eng., Case Western Reserve University), and R. P. Lynch (Department of Physics and Energy, University of Limerick)

Break (Invited) Determining Solid/Liquid Junction Energetics By Operando Ambient-Pressure X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy – M. H. Richter, M. F. Lichterman, B. S. Brunschwig, N. S. Lewis, and H. J. Lewerenz (California Institute of Technology) (Invited) Electrodeposition of Germanene – J. L. Stickney, N. Bui, J. Jung, and T. J. Reber (University of Georgia) Measurement of Charge Transfer Kinetics and Energetics at Microscopic Si/Liquid Contacts – M. Lancaster and S. Maldonado (University of Michigan) (Invited) Synthesis, Kinetics, Characterization and Application of Sodium and Potassium (poly)Selenides for Chalcogenide Semiconductor Doping – D. Colombara (University of Luxembourg), A. M. Gonçalves, D. Aureau (Institut Lavoisier de Versailles), M. Guennou (Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology), J. de Wild, C. Spindler, F. Werner, S. Tombolato (University of Luxembourg), A. Ciccioli, A. Morsa, G. Gigli (Università la Sapienza di Roma), S. Siebentritt (University of Luxembourg), A. Etcheberry (Institut Lavoisier de Versailles), and P. J. Dale (University of Luxembourg) The Role of Surface States in the Electrochemical Behavior of SemiconductorElectrolyte Interfaces from First Principles – Q. Campbell and I. Dabo (The Pennsylvania State University)

(Invited) Photoelectrocatalysis: Solar-Assisted Hydrogen Production in Microgravity Environments – K. Brinkert (European Space Agency, ESTEC), M. H. Richter (California Institute of Technology), J. Liedtke (European Space Agency, ESTEC), S. Mitrovic (California Institute of Technology), Ö. Akay (Helmholtz Center Berlin), M. Giersig (Freie University Berlin), H. Matsushima (Hokkaido University), Y. Fukunaka (JST, CREST), and H. J. Lewerenz (California Institute of Technology) (Invited) Constructing Photocatalyst with Visible Light Response – Z. Sun (Beijing Univ. Tech.) (Invited) Contactless Photo-Electrochemistry of Dye-Sensitized TiO2 Nanoparticles Floating at Electrified Water-Oil Interfaces – M. D. Scanlon and A. F. Molina Osorio (Bernal Institute, University of Limerick) (Invited) Atomic Layer Deposited Oxides on Silicon for Enhanced Solar Energy Conversion – N. C. Strandwitz (Lehigh University) (Invited) Tailoring Zinc Oxide NanorodArrays for Photo-(electro)Chemical Applications – J. Kegel, J. Halpin, I. M. Povey (Tyndall National Institute - UCC), and M. E. Pemble (Tyndall National Institute - UCC, Department of Chemistry - UCC)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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Enhanced Photoelectrochemical Efficiency of Self-Organized TiO2 Nanotube Layers Due to Secondary Materials – J. M. Macak, M. Krbal, H. Sopha, J. Prikryl, R. Zazpe, and S. Ng (University of Pardubice)

Solid-State Electronics and Photonics in Biology and Medicine 4

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Electronics and Photonics / Sensor Eglinton Winton, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Emerging Sensing and Diagnostic Systems – 08:00 – 11:50 Co-Chairs: Chia-Hung Hou and Tzu-En Lin 08:00

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(Invited) Bottom-up Preparation of Nanopore Devices with Self-Aligned Nanogap Electrodes for Single Biomolecule Characterization – Q. Qing (Arizona State University) (Invited) A Versatile Plasmonic Film for Biosensing and Photocatalytic Applications – Y. Yang (University of Central Florida) (Invited) Electrokinetic-Manipulation Integrated Plasmonic-Photonic Hybrid Raman Nanosensors with Dual Enhanced Sensitivity – D. Fan (The University of Texas at Austin, Novel Minds LLC), C. Liu, Z. Wang (The University of Texas at Austin), E. Li (Oregon State University), Z. Liang (The University of Texas at Austin), S. Chakravarty (Omega Optics, Inc), X. Xu (Omega Optics, Inc.), A. X. Wang (Oregon State University), and R. T. Chen (The University of Texas at Austin, Omega Optics) Break (Invited) Point-of-Care Diagnostics with Inkjet Printed Microchips – A. Lesch, M. Jović, F. Gumy, and H. H. Girault (EPFL Valais Wallis) (Invited) Silicon-Based Hydrogel Nanocomposites for the Treatment and Diagnosis of Pulmonary Diseases – J. Andrew (University of Florida) (Invited) Scalable Nanostructure Integration for Multi-Mode Chemical Sensing – P. X. Gao (University of Connecticut) (Invited) Simultaneous Ionic Current and Potential Detection of Biomolecules and Nanoparticles By a Multifunctional Nanopipette – J. He (Florida International University)

Electrical Stimulation for Interfacial Biosystems – 13:20 – 17:00 Co-Chairs: Andreas Lesch and Chih-Ting Lin 13:20

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(Invited) Nanosensors for Electrical Interrogation of Tissue and Cells – T. CohenKarni, S. Rastogi, A. Kalmykov, R. Garg, N. Lamprinakos, and G. Balakrishnan (Carnegie Mellon University) (Invited) Non-Volatile Redox Transistors for Low Power Computing and Brain-Machine Interfaces – A. A. Talin (Sandia National Labs) Soft Probe Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy with Spider Array for Visualizing Biomarkers and Redox Active Proteins in Animal Tissues – T. E. Lin (École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne), Y. J. Lu (Chang Gung Memorial Hospital), C. L. Sun, J. P. Chen (Chang Gung University), A. Lesch (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne), and H. H. Girault (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

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Incremental Interface Surface Potential Measured with a Nano-Gap Coplanar Device Structure and Its Applications – C. T. Lin, H. T. Hsueh, P. H. Chen, F. E. Chen, M. S. Tsai, and T. W. Wu (National Taiwan University) Break (Invited) An Integrated Microbial Desalination Cell-Driven Capacitive Deionization System As an Electrochemical Means for Wastewater Treatment, Electricity Generation and Desalination – C. H. Hou and C. Y. Ma (National Taiwan University) (Invited) Nanowire-Modified Electrode Enabling Low-Voltage Electroporation for Cell Inactivation – X. Xie (Georgia Institute of Technololgy) Voltage Charging Gold-Microtube Membranes for Electroporation – C. R. Martin (University of Florida Department of Chemistry), J. Experton (Unversity of Florida Department of Chemistry), and A. G. Wilson (University of Florida - Department of Chemistry) Using a Semiconductor Detector with Tungsten Collimator for Removal of Tc/Pb Down-Scatter Interference in the Tl/Tc DualIsotope Spectrum – G. Passmore (Augusta University)

Oxygen or Hydrogen Evolution Catalysts for Water Electrolysis 3

Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Grand Salon A - Section 3, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Alkaline Media: OER 1 – 08:05 – 12:30 Co-Chairs: Thomas J. Schmidt and Gang Wu 08:05 08:10 1399

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Introductory Remarks (Invited) Nano-Scaled Perovskites for Oxygen Evolution in Alkaline Environment – T. J. Schmidt (Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, ETH Zürich) A Molecular Ni-Complex Containing Tetrahedral Nickel Selenide Core As Highly Efficient Electrocatalyst for Water Oxidation – J. Masud, M. Nath (Missouri University of Science & Technology), and P. Kyritsis (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens) An Efficient and Robust Surface-Modified Iron Electrode for Oxygen Evolution in Alkaline Media – D. Mitra and S. R. Narayanan (University of Southern California) Co-Based Mesoporous Spinels for Oxygen Evolution Reaction in Alkaline Medium – A. Habrioux (Université de Poitiers - IC2MP), I. Abidat (IC2MP), C. Canaff (Universite de Poitiers, IC2MP), C. Morais (Université de Poitiers), C. Comminges, T. W. Napporn (Université de Poitiers - IC2MP), and K. B. Kokoh (Université de Poitiers) Intermission Compositional Optimization of Alloy FexNiy(OH)2 Nanoparticles for Alkaline Electrochemical Oxygen Evolution – L. F. Greenlee and P. Acharya (University of Arkansas)

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Formation of Efficient Water Oxidation Electrocatalyst on Gibeon Meteorite and Stainless Steel Electrodes – F. Le Formal (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne), N. Guijarro, W. S. Bourée (EPFL), M. S. Prévot, and K. Sivula (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne) Investigating Transition Metal Chalcogenides for Efficient Oxygen Evolution Electrocatalysis: The Effect of Covalency and Directionality – M. Nath, A. T. Swesi, J. Masud, and S. Umapathi (Missouri University of Science & Technology) Investigating the Role of Fe in TransitionMetal (Oxy)Hydroxide Electrocatalysts for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction – L. J. Enman, M. B. Stevens, A. S. Batchellor, A. E. Vise (Department of Chemistry, University of Oregon), and S. W. Boettcher (University of Oregon) The Importance of Nickel Hydroxide Structure and Electrolyte Composition in the Kinetics of the Oxygen Evolution Reaction – N. Perini, J. V. Godoy, and E. A. Ticianelli (Universidade de São Paulo (USP)) Nickel-Based Amorphous Alloys As Electrocatalyst Materials in Alkaline Water Electrolysis – S. Ghobrial, D. W. Kirk, and S. J. Thorpe (University of Toronto) Tuning the Electrocatalytic Activity of Perovskite Electrocatalysts for Water Oxidation By Active Site Variation – K. J. Stevenson (Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology), W. G. Hardin, R. Forslund (The University of Texas at Austin), and K. P. Johnston (University of Texas at Austin)

Alkaline Media: HER – 15:30 – 17:50 Co-Chairs: Pawel J. Kulesza and Minhua Shao 15:30

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Introductory Remarks (Invited) PGM-Free Oer and HER Electrocatalysts for Alkaline Electrolyzers – A. Serov (Chemical and Biological Eng, University of New Mexico), K. Artyushkova (Center for Micro-Engineered Materials), M. Pertoso, C. Capuano, K. E. Ayers (Proton OnSite), B. Halevi (Pajarito Powder, LLC), and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico) A Soluble Cu(II) Complex of Sodium 1,4-Dihydroxy-9,10-Anthraquinone-2Sulphonate Electrocatalyzes Water Oxidation with a Large Turn over Frequency – S. Roy and P. S. Guin (Shibpur Dinobundhoo Institution (College)) Carbon Doped Titanium Oxide Electrode Materials for Efficient Oxygen Evolution Reaction – S. Pan (The University of Alabama) The Effects of Catalyst Composition on an Alkaline Water Electrolyzer with Sustainion™ Membranes: 1 a/cm² at 1.9 V with Base Metal Catalysts – Z. Liu, S. D. Sajjad, Y. Gao, and R. Masel (Dioxide Materials) Catalytic and Mass Transport Effects of Carbonate Ions at an Anion Exchange Membrane Interface (PGM vs. non-PGM) for a Practical and Efficient Water Splitting Cell – H. Doan, J. Malley, T. Jankins, C. Lin, A. Primbetova, and S. Mukerjee (Northeastern University) Intermission

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(Invited) Transition Metal and Carbon Composites for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction at Universal Phs – L. Zhang and M. Shao (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) Active and Robust Doped Transition Metal Systems (DTMS) As Electro-Catalysts for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction in Electrolytic and Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting – P. P. Patel (Dept. of Chemical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh), O. I. Velikokhatnyi (Department of Bioengineering, University of Pittsburgh), S. D. Ghadge (Dept. of Chemical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh), P. Jampani, M. K. Datta, and P. N. Kumta (Department of Bioengineering, University of Pittsburgh) Corrole Chelated Metal Complexes for HER and Oer – A. Mahammed and Z. Gross (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology) (Invited) Developing Efficient Electrocatalysts for the Hydrogen and Oxygen Evolution Reactions – B. S. Yeo (National University of Singapore) Insulating Boron Nitride Nanosheet on Inert Gold Substrate As a Highly Efficient Electrocatalyst for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction – K. Uosaki, G. Elumalai, H. C. Dinh, H. Noguchi, A. Lyalin (National Institute for Materials Science), and T. Taketsugu (National Institute for Materials Science, Hokkaido University) Fe-Ni-Mo Electrodeposits to Cathodes for Hydrogen Evolution – L. H. Mascaro (Federal University of São Carlos)

Materials for Low Temperature Electrochemical Systems 3

Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Grand Salon B - Section 7, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Supercapacitors and Flow Batteries – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Mike L. Perry and Laurent Pilon 08:00

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(Invited) Advanced Materials Opportunities for High Performance Redox-Flow Batteries – M. L. Perry (United Technologies Research Center) (Invited) Textile-Based Electrochemical Energy Storage Devices – Z. Zheng (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University) Interpretation of Nyquist Plot for Characterization of Electrode and Electrolyte Material Properties for Electrical Double Layer Capacitors – B. A. Mei and L. Pilon (UCLA) Break

Lithium-ion Batteries – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Minhua Shao and Dong Su 10:00

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Tracking Ion Migrations at the Nanoscale in Rechargeable Batteries Using Advanced Transmission Electron Microscopy – D. Su (Brookhaven National Laboratory) Visualizing and Control Ion Transport and Phase Transition Processes in Epitaxial Oxide Thin Films – Y. Du (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

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Effects of Carbon Supports on the Stability of Pt and PtCo Nanoparticles in PEMFC Cathodes – V. Yarlagadda (General Motors, Fuel Cell Activities, University of Michigan), E. Padgett (Cornell University), R. S. Kukreja, J. M. Ziegelbauer (General Motors), J. Braaten, S. Ogawa, S. Komini Babu (Carnegie Mellon University), S. Arisetty, W. Gu (General Motors, Fuel Cell Activities), L. T. Thompson (University of Michigan), S. Litster (Carnegie Mellon University), D. A. Muller (Cornell University), and A. Kongkanand (General Motors, Fuel Cell Activities) Analysis of H2/Air Polarization Curves: The Influence of Ionomer/Carbon Ratio and Carbon Supports in Low Pt Loading Catalyst on the Cathode Performance – H. Yu (University of Connecticut), L. J. Bonville, and R. Maric (Center for Clean Energy Engineering) Investigation of a Correlation Between Carbon Corrosion and Proton Conductivity of Ionomers in PEFC Under the Low Humidity Operation – A. Hayashi, H. Miyamoto, M. Kitamura, and K. Sasaki (Kyushu University) Design Considerations for a Robust Electrode of PEMFC Under H2 Starvation – H. Lee, J. Choi, and B. Roh (Hyundai Motor Company) Development of Ordered Mesoporous Carbon Supported Fuel Cell Cathode Catalysts for Improved O2 Transport – N. Ramaswamy, M. K. Carpenter (General Motors Corporation), R. S. Kukreja, T. E. Moylan (General Motors), and S. Kumaraguru (General Motors, Fuel Cell Activities) Break High Performance Pt-Ni Nanocage Catalyst for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells (PEMFCs) – X. Peng, T. J. Omasta, W. A. Rigdon, and W. E. Mustain (University of Connecticut) Performance of Pt-Ni Alloy Nanoparticles Supported on Carbon Nanotubes in Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell – K. H. Cho, T. K. Yeh, and M. Y. Wang (National Tsing Hua University) Highly Conductive, Strong, and Thin Graphite-Phenolic Resin Composite for Bipolar Plates in Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – K. Yao, D. L. Adams, A. Hao, J. P. Zheng, and R. Liang (Florida State University) Self-Diffusion of Nafion Ionomer in Confined Nanopores – M. N. Islam, B. Pilapil, M. Trifkovic, and K. Karan (University of Calgary) Patterning Polymer Electrolyte Membranes for Fuel Cell and Electrolysis Applications – L. Zhang and C. G. Arges (Louisiana State University)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Understanding the Role of the Micro-Porous Layer on Fuel Cell Performance Using a Non-Isothermal, Two-Phase Model – J. Zhou (University of Alberta), A. M. V. Putz (AFCC Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.), and M. Secanell (University of Alberta) Improving FIB-SEM Reconstructions By Using Epoxy Resin Embedding – M. Sabharwal (University of Alberta), A. M. V. Putz (AFCC Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.), D. Susac, J. Jankovic (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.), and M. Secanell (University of Alberta)

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Sonochemical Reduction Method for Synthesis of TiO2-Pd Nanocomposites and Investigation of Anode and Cathode Catalyst for Ethanol Oxidation and Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Alkaline Medium – J. Wu (Feng Chia UNiversity) Porous Iron-Nitrogen-Carbon Nanofiber As Efficient Oxygen Reduction Reaction Catalyst and Durable Support for Platinum – M. Kim, J. Lim, and E. Cho (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Evaluation of Order Mesoporous Carbon As Anode Catalyst for Microbial Fuel Cells – S. Garcia-Mayagoitia, F. Fernández-Luqueño (Cinvestav Unidad Saltillo), D. MoralesAcosta, N. M. Sanchez-Padilla (CIQA), and F. J. Rodriguez-Varela (Cinvestav Unidad Saltillo) Preparation of PEMFC Electrodes from Milligram-Amount Catalysts – V. Yarlagadda (General Motors, Fuel Cell Activities, University of Michigan), S. McKinney (Pajarito Powder, LLC), C. L. Keary (General Motors, Fuel Cell Activities), L. T. Thompson (University of Michigan), B. Halevi (Pajarito Powder, LLC), and A. Kongkanand (General Motors, Fuel Cell Activities) Metal-Free Oxygen Reduction Electrocatalysts in the Membrane Electrode Assemblies for Anion Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells: Pore Size and Doping-Site Position Effects – S. Lee and J. Lee (POSTECH) A Novel Porous Carbon-Based Non-Metal Catalyst Based on Electrochemical Deposition of Polyaniline: Synthesis, Characterization and Electrochemical Performance – F. Zhou (Wuhan University of Technology) A Highly Efficient and Stable Pt/Coo/CN Electrocatalyst Obtained Based on Metal Organic Framework for PEMFC – W. Guo (Wuhan University of Technology) High Performance Pd-CeO2-Nanorods/G Catalyst for the ORR and Its Application in a Microbial Fuel Cell – J. C. Carrillo-Rodriguez, I. L. Alonso-Lemus (Cinvestav Unidad Saltillo), R. Pérez-Hernández (ININ), M. T. OchoaLara, F. Espinosa-Magaña (CIMAV), and F. J. Rodriguez-Varela (Cinvestav Unidad Saltillo) Evaluation of the Dimensional Stability and Conductivity of PEM in Aqueous Solutions of Formic Acid for Use in Dfafcs – S. Holmes, R. Gonzalez Rodriguez, M. Perez Page, and R. Sellin (The University of Manchester) 143

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Pt Hollow Nanospheres As an Electrocatalyst for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction – B. Fang, A. Bonakdarpour, B. A. Pinaud, and D. P. Wilkinson (University of British Columbia) Hierarchical NiCo2O4 Micro-/Nanostructures with Tunable Morphologies As Anode Materials for Li-Ion and Na-Ion Batteries – W. L. M. Chan, F. Fu, J. Li, Y. Yao, and M. Shao (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) New Routes for the Synthesis of Pt-Sn-Rare Earth/C Catalysts for Ethanol Oxidation Reaction – P. G. Corradini (Universidade de São Paulo), T. W. Napporn, K. B. Kokoh (Université de Poitiers), and J. Perez (Universidade de São Paulo)

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Renewable Fuels via Artificial Photosynthesis 2

Energy Technology / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Sensor Grand Salon A - Section 6, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Carbon Dioxide Conversion to Fuels 1 – 08:40 – 11:50 Co-Chairs: Heli Wang and Nianqiang (Nick) Wu

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Tuning Electrocatalytic Activity of Ultrathin Pd Shells: CO2 to Fuels – D. Fermin (School of Chemistry, University of Bristol), J. Humphrey (UK National Physics Laboratory), and V. Celorrio (University of Bristol) Bimetallic Au-Cu Nanocatalysts with Enhanced Electrochemical CO2 Conversion Activity – D. R. Kauffman, D. Alfonso (National Energy Technology Laboratory), and D. Tafen (National Energy Technology Laboratory, AECOM) Selective Electrocatalytic CO2 Reduction to CO on Solid Nickel-Nitrogen-Doped Carbon Catalysts – N. Leonard, W. Ju (Technical University of Berlin), A. S. Varela (National Autonomous University of Mexico), J. Steinberg, and P. Strasser (Technical University Berlin) Break (Invited) Artificial Photosynthesis Using AllSolid-State Photocatalysts-Photocatalytic Conversion of CO2 By H2o As an Electron Donor- – K. Teramura (Department of Molecular Engineering, Kyoto University) (Invited) Fast Detection Method for Analyzing CO2 Electroreduction Products – F. Zhang and A. C. Co (The Ohio State University) (Invited) Modification of Electrocatalytic and Photoelectrochemical Interfaces Toward More Efficient Reduction of Carbon Dioxide – P. J. Kulesza, A. Wadas (University of Warsaw), E. Szaniawska (University of Warsaw, Department of Chemistry), S. Zoladek, and I. A. Rutkowska (University of Warsaw) Atomic Layer Deposition of an Ultrathin Al2O3 Layer on TiO2-X Nanorods for Enhanced CO2 Photoreduction with Water – H. Zhao and Y. Li (Texas A&M University)

Carbon Dioxide Conversion to Fuels 2 – 14:00 – 15:40 Co-Chairs: Renata Solarska and Pawel J. Kulesza 14:00

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Theoretical Investigations of Electrochemical CO2 Reduction – K. Chan, X. Y. Liu, J. Xiao, and J. Nørskov (Stanford University) Electrochemical Carbon Dioxide Reduction on Cu-Zn Bimetallic Catalysts with Enhanced Ethanol Selectivity – D. Ren and B. S. Yeo (National University of Singapore) Insights in the Catalytic Product Selectivity Trends of Single Site Transition MetalNitrogen-Doped Carbons during the Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 to CO – W. Ju (Technical University of Berlin), A. Bagger (Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen), G. Hao (Department of Chemistry, Technical University of Dresden), A. S. Varela (National Autonomous University of Mexico), I. Sinev (Department of Physics, Ruhr University Bochum), B. Roldan (Department of Physics, Ruhr Universitaet Bochum), S. Kaskel (Department of Chemistry, Technical University of Dresden), J. Rossmeisl (University of Copenhagen, Department of Chemistry), and P. Strasser (Technical University Berlin) Break

Photoelectrochemical Cells – 15:40 – 17:00 Co-Chairs: Renata Solarska and Pawel J. Kulesza 15:40

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Surface-Modified Metal Sulfides As Stable H2 Evolving Photocatalyst in Z-Scheme Water Splitting System with [Fe(CN)6]3–/4– Redox Mediator Under Visible Light Irradiation – M. Higashi, T. Shirakawa, O. Tomita, and R. Abe (Kyoto University) Experimental Demonstration of Integrated Photo-Electrochemical Hydrogen Generation Utilizing Concentrated Irradiation – S. Tembhurne (Lab. of Renewable Energy Science & Engg. (LRESE), EPFL), F. Nandjou (EPFL), and S. Haussener (Lab. of Renewable Energy Science & Engg. (LRESE), EPFL) Controlling Strategies for Efficent Device Operation and Degradation Alleviation in Concentrated Integrated PhotoElectrochemical Devices – S. Tembhurne and S. Haussener (Lab. of Renewable Energy Science & Engg. (LRESE), EPFL) Self-sustaining Microbial Photoelectrosynthesis for Hydrogen Generation and Waste Water Cleaning – L. Lu (University of Colorado Boulder), N. Williams (San Diego State University), Z. Ren (University of Colorado Boulder), and J. Gu (San Diego State University)

Grand Ballroom, Hilton New Orleans Riverside I03 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Chair: Heli Wang •

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Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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CO2 Conversion Via Nanoporous PS-PVP Block Copolymer: Revisiting the Pyridyl Radical – H. Ghebremichael and A. Sidorenko (University of the Sciences) Novel Band-Gap Engineered III-V Alloys for Unassisted Water Photoelectrolysis – A. M. Garcia (University of Louisville), J. M. Spurgeon (Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research), J. L. Young (University of Colorado Boulder), T. G. Deutsch (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), and M. K. Sunkara (Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research) Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 Using Cu-Au Nanoparticles: Effects of Size and Composition – E. M. Andrews (LSU), J. Flake, and Y. Fang (Louisiana State University) Light Guided Placement of Platinum Catalysts on Silicon Microwire Array Photocathodes – P. A. Kempler, A. I. Carim, and N. S. Lewis (California Institute of Technology) Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Electrocatalytic Recycling on Electrodeposited Nanostructured Copper-Gold Electrodes – K. A. Gandionco, D. M. Sua-an, J. A. D. del Rosario, and J. D. Ocon (University of the Philippines Diliman) Exploring the Electrodeposition, the Termal Treatment, and the Photoelectrochemical Application of Non-Doped and Co-Doped Sb2Se3 Thin Films – F. W. D. S. Lucas, M. B. Costa, and L. H. Mascaro (Federal University of São Carlos) Evaluation of Material Properties and Performance of Zinc Ferrite (ZnFe2O4) for Photoelectrochemical Water-Splitting – J. Bright and N. Wu (West Virginia University)

Solid-Gas Electrochemical Interfaces 2 - SGEI 2

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(Invited) Descriptors, Defects, and DFT for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Materials – D. Morgan, T. Mayeshiba, S. Xu, R. Jacobs (University of Wisconsin - Madison), W. Xie (University of California, Berkeley), Y. L. Lee (US Dept of Energy: National Energy Technology Laboratory), and Y. Shao-Horn (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Nanoscopic Metal-Solid Electrolyte Interfaces in Electrochemical Promotion of Catalysis – Y. M. Hajar, K. Patel, U. Tariq, and E. A. Baranova (University of Ottawa) Break (Invited) The Effect of (La,Sr)MnO3 Cathode Surface Termination on Its Electronic Structure – E. Kotomin, R. Merkle (Max Planck Institute for solid state research), Y. Mastrikov (Institute for solid state physics, University of Latvia), M. Kuklja (University of Maryland), and J. Maier (Max Planck Institute for solid state research) (Invited) Theoretical Approach for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Electrode – M. Koyama (INAMORI Frontier Research Center, Kyushu University)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Challenges and Opportunities of Interface Modeling in Metal Hydrides for Hydrogen Storage – S. Kang, T. Ogitsu, S. A. Bonev, T. W. Heo, and B. C. Wood (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) Correlating the Onset of CO Disproportionation to Surface Chemistry on Ceria – J. Wang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), S. R. Bishop (Kyushu University), Q. Lu, L. Sun (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), N. Tsvetkov (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA), G. Vardar, R. Bliem, M. Jansen (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), J. J. Gallet, F. Bournel (Synchrotron SOLEIL), I. Waluyo (Brookhaven National Laboratory), E. J. Crumlin (Advanced Light Source - LBNL), and B. Yildiz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Reactivity Descriptors – 14:00 – 17:00 Co-Chairs: William C. Chueh and Ying Shirley Meng 14:00

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Theory and Modeling – 08:40 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Eugene Kotomin and Dane Morgan 08:40

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(Invited) How Do Defects Affect the Oxygen Reduction and Evolution Reaction on Mixed Conducting Perovskite Type Oxides? – J. Fleig (TU Wien) (Invited) Understanding and Controlling Anionic Electrochemical Activity in HighCapacity Oxides for Next Generation LiIon Batteries – Y. S. Meng (University of California at San Diego) Break (Invited) Cationic, Anionic & Electronic Disorder on Perovskite Oxide Surface for (Electro)Catalysis – W. C. Chueh (Stanford University) (Invited) In-Situ/Operando X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy Technique for the Characterization of Electrode/Electrolyte Interfaces – C. Wu and M. B. Salmeron (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

Grand Ballroom, Hilton New Orleans Riverside I04 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Thermostatics of Concentration Polarization and the Possible Effects of Surface Ad-Ions in SOFC Composite Cathodes – R. J. Teixeira Jr. and J. L. de Paiva (Polytechnic School of the University of Sao Paulo) Promoted Cr-Poisoning Resistance of La2NiO4+δ-Coated PrBa0.5Sr0.5Co1.5Fe0.5O5+δ Cathode for Intermediate Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – J. Li (Huazhong University of Science & Technology), J. Li, and J. Pu (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) Selective Electrodes for Mixed Reactant Fuel Cells – I. Riess (Technion-IIT) Self-Assembled La-Sr-Co-O Composite PLD Films: Morphology, Sr Distribution, and Oxygen Exchange Activity – R. Merkle, S. Stämmler, and J. Maier (Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research) Extracting Material Properties from Relaxation Experiments – S. M. Haile (Northwestern University)

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Mechanism of Enhanced Sulfur Tolerance on Sm-Doped CeO2: A Density Functional Study – D. H. Lim, S. P. Yoon, J. Han, S. H. Choi, C. W. Yoon, S. W. Nam, and H. C. Ham (Fuel Cell Research Center, KIST) Electrochemical Analysis of Ni Infiltrated Nanoporous GDC Scaffold for Metal Supported SOFCs Anode – K. Lee, J. Lee, J. Kang, and J. Bae (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Understand the Hydrogen Electrode Reaction for Proton Conducting SOFC Via Controlled Poisoning Experiments Using Hydrogen Sulfide and Carbon Dioxide – S. Sun and Z. Cheng (Florida International University) Importance of the Formation of Dy4+ in BaZr0.9Dy0.1O3-δ proton-Conducting Ceramics in Oxidizing Atmospheres – S. Ricote (Mechanical Eng. Dept., Colorado School Of Mines), G. Hudish (CoorsTek Inc. Golden USA), C. Beedle (National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, LA-UR-16-29454), S. Tsoi (Naval Research Laboratory), J. C. Owrutsky (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), and J. O Brien (Off Grid Research)

From Electrode to Systems: Invited Perspectives and Tutorials on Fuel Cell Technology in Memory of H. Russell Kunz Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Grand Salon B - Section 9, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Wednesday, May 31

Characterizations and Diagnostics – 08:35 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Hubert A. Gasteiger and Adam Z. Weber 08:35 08:45 1646

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Introductory Remarks (Invited) Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell Diagnostics – M. L. Perry, R. M. Darling (United Technologies Research Center), L. M. Pant, and A. Z. Weber (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) (Invited) Tortuosity and Effective Transport Properties for Porous Materials in Electrochemical System – T. F. Fuller and A. G. Star (Georgia Institute of Technology) Intermission (Invited) Material Degradation in PEM Fuel Cell Electrodes – R. L. Borup, R. Mukundan, A. M. Baker, D. Spernjak, D. A. Langlois, S. Stariha, N. Macauley (Los Alamos National Laboratory), K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), S. S. Kocha (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), A. Z. Weber (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), D. J. Myers, and R. Ahluwalia (Argonne National Laboratory) (Invited) Understanding Fuel Cell Materials Degradation through the Use of Advanced Microscopy Methods – K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) (Invited) Imaging Techniques for Investigating Multiphase Transport Behaviour in Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells – A. Bazylak (University of Toronto) (Invited) Measuring Transport in Polymer Electrolyte Membranes – C. K. Mittelsteadt (Giner, Inc.)

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Introductory Remarks (Invited) Open-Source Macro- and Meso-Scale Modeling of PEFCs – M. Secanell (University of Alberta), A. M. V. Putz (AFCC Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.), J. Zhou, M. Sabharwal, A. Jarauta, and A. Kosakian (University of Alberta) (Invited) An Activity Model for Swelling of Nafion® in Varied Solvents – J. Leddy and N. Rathuwadu (University of Iowa) Modeling of Performance Loss and pH Gradients in Hydroxide Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells Exposed to Carbon Dioxide – B. P. Setzler and Y. Yan (University of Delaware) Intermission

Fuel Cell Applications – 15:30 – 17:00 Co-Chairs: Hui Xu and Karen Swider-Lyons 15:30

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(Invited) Hydrogen Fuel Cells for Small Unmanned Air Vehicles – K. Swider-Lyons (US Naval Research Laboratory) (Invited) Commercialization Road Map of Fuel Cell Commercial Vehicle (FCCV) at Telos Auto Power Systems Inc (TAPS) – R. Zhang (Telos Auto Power Systems) (Invited) The Fuel Cell Solution for Automobile Industry – Z. Hou, W. Shi, K. Wang, D. Xing, D. Liang, R. Wang, and P. Ming (SUNRISE POWER)

Crosscutting Metrics and Benchmarking of Transformational Low-Carbon Energy-Conversion Technologies

Energy Technology Grand Salon C - Section 13, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Incorporating MGI and Benchmarking Approaches – 07:55 – 12:25 Co-Chairs: William Tumas and Frances A. Houle 07:55 08:00 1674

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Materials By Design for Energy Applications: Incorporating Metastability – W. Tumas (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) (Invited) Crosscutting Research in the Critical Materials Institute – E. Schwegler (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) (Invited) Large Scale Many-Body Perturbation Theory Calculations: Methodological Developments, Data Collections, Validation and Applications – M. Govoni (Argonne National Lab & University of Chicago) and G. Galli (University of Chicago) Break (Invited) Water Splitting Catalyst Performance Benchmarking in the Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis – F. A. Houle (Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis) and C. C. L. McCrory (University of Michigan) (Invited) Hydrogen Storage Characterization and Optimization Research Effort, Hyscore – T. Gennett (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

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(Invited) The FC-PAD Consortium: Advancing Fuel Cell Performance and Durability – R. L. Borup (Los Alamos National Laboratory), A. Z. Weber (JCAP/ESDRD - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), D. J. Myers (Argonne National Laboratory), S. S. Kocha (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), R. Ahluwalia (Argonne National Laboratory), R. Mukundan (Los Alamos National Laboratory), and K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) (Invited) Benchmarking and Round Robin Testing for Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Water Electrolysis – M. Carmo (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH), G. Bender (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), T. Smolinka (Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems), A. S. Gago (German Aerospace Center (DLR)), N. Danilovic (Proton OnSite), M. Müller (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), F. Ganci (National Renewable Energy Laboratory, University of Palermo), S. M. Alia (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), A. Fallisch (Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems), P. Lettenmeier, K. A. Friedrich (German Aerospace Center (DLR)), K. E. Ayers (Proton OnSite), B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), J. Mergel (Operating Agent IEA Electrolysis Annex 30), and D. Stolten (Chair for Fuel Cells, RWTH Aachen University) Benchmarking Water Electrolysis Catalysts: Making the Right Comparisons – K. E. Ayers, N. Danilovic, W. L. Gellett, and C. Capuano (Proton OnSite) Catalyst Activity Targets for Performance Parity in Hydroxide Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – B. P. Setzler, J. A. Wittkopf (University of Delaware), Z. Zhuang (Beijing University of Chemical Technology), and Y. Yan (University of Delaware)

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Introductory Remarks (Invited) A New Model for Materials Genome Initiative - Driven Research: The High Throughput Experimental Materials Science Virtual Laboratory – M. L. Green (National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)) (Invited) The Center for Hierarchical Materials Design: Realizing the Promise of the Materials Genome Initiative – P. W. Voorhees (Northwestern University), J. DePablo (University of Chicago), and G. Olson (Northwestern University) (Invited) Datahub for Energy Materials Network – C. Sivaraman and M. Macduff (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) Break (Invited) A Comprehensive Data Ecosystem to Accelerate Materials Research – J. D. Perkins, R. R. White, and K. Munch (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) (Invited) Best Practices for Building Robust and Usable Materials Datastores – D. Gunter (LBNL) Group Discussion

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

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The 80th Birthday Trifecta in Organic Electrochemistry in Honor of Jean Lessard, Albert Fry, and Dennis Peters Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Grand Ballroom, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

K01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Electrochemical Characterization of Fischer Biscarbene Complexes of Chromium – I. Hoskovcová (University of Chemistry and Technology Prague), R. Metelková (J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry Prague, University of Chemistry and Technology Prague), H. Váňová, T. Tobrman, D. Dvořák (University of Chemistry and Technology Prague), and J. Ludvík (J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry Prague) Modification on Glassy Carbon Surfaces By Homogeneous Oxidation of Ferrocenecarboxilate in Presence of Ferrocenecarboxylic Acid and 1,4-Benzoquinone As Mediator – N. GamboaValero (Centro de Investigación y Estudios Avanzados del IPN) and F. J. González (Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del IPN)

Electron Transfer in Biological Systems

Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Nanocarbons / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Durham, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Bio-Inspired Electrochemical Systems – 08:00 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: William E Mustain and Jim Burgess 08:00

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Bio-Inspired Artificial Electron Transfer in Bioelectrocatalysis – S. D. Minteer (University of Utah) Invited: Utilization of DNA As a Scaffold for Electrode Design for Efficient Bioelectrocatalysis in Fuel Cell Applications – S. D. Minteer (University of Utah) Bioinspired Molecular Electrets: Bringing Proteomic Approaches to Charge-Transfer Systems – V. I. Vullev (University of California, Riverside) Hydrogenation at Metal-Ligand Interfaces in CO2 Electrochemical Reduction – Y. Fang, X. Cheng, Y. Xu, and J. Flake (Louisiana State University) Invited: Bio-Inspired Electrocatalysts for Electrochemical Processes – P. Atanassov, A. Serov (University of New Mexico), K. Artyushkova, and I. Matanovic (Center for Micro-Engineered Materials) Break Invited: Efficient Proton Transport in Rhodopsins Biohybrid Electrochemical Materials and Systems – Y. Xiang (School of Space and Environment, Beihang University) Invited: Microbiology Leads the Way: From Protein Nanowires to Hybrid Devices – G. Reguera (Michigan State University) Invited: Approaching Hydrogenase-like Performance with Molecular Electrocatalysts for H2 Production – E. S. Wiedner, C. M. Klug, A. J. Cardenas, M. O’Hagan, A. M. Appel, and M. Bullock (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) 147

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An Investigation into Capacitive Performances and Impedance Contributions Due to Structural Differences of Biochar Thin Film and Monolith Supercapacitor Electrodes – D. Yanchus, D. W. Kirk, and C. Q. Jia (University of Toronto) Invited: Ammonia Generation at Algae Modified Electrodes: Some Mechanistic Considerations Drawn from Redox Potentials – J. Leddy, J. Lyon (University of Iowa), and T. Paschkewitz (Pine Instruments)

Grand Ballroom, Hilton New Orleans Riverside K02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Enhanced Harvesting of Photosynthetic Electrons from Isolated Thylakoid Membranes By Geometry-Optimized Microelectrodes – D. Ryu, Y. Kim, H. Hong, and W. Ryu (Yonsei University) Prolonged Direct Harvesting of Photosynthetic Electrons from Living Algal Cells – H. Hong, Y. Kim, M. Han, G. Yoo, H. W. Song, Y. Chae, J. C. Pyun (Yonsei University), A. R. Grossman (Stanford University), and W. Ryu (Yonsei University) Real-Time Imaging of Oxygenic Photosynthesis in Spinach Using Bio-LSI – S. Kasai, Y. Sugiura (Graduate School of Eng.,Tohoku institute of technology), A. Prasad (Department of Biophysics, Palacky University), T. Sato (Graduate School of Eng.,Tohoku institute of technology), K. Y. Inoue, K. Ino, and T. Matsue (Grad. School of Environmental Studies, Tohoku University) Photobioelectrochemistry of Intact Chloroplasts for Solar Energy Conversion – K. Hasan, R. D. Milton, M. Grattieri, and S. D. Minteer (University of Utah) Orientational Control of Photosystem I on Electrodes – D. E. Cliffel, E. A. Gizzie, and C. J. Bryant (Vanderbilt University) Understanding Electron Transport in Photosynthetic Membranes for Electrochemical Energy Conversion – R. P. Ramasamy and N. Sekar (University of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA) Break

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Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry General Session and Grahame Award Symposium

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Grand Salon D - Section 19, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Photo and Electrocatalytic Processes – 08:00 – 12:00 Chair: Roseanne Warren 08:00

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Exploratory Analysis of Bacterial Raman Spectra in Electroactive Biofilms – N. Lebedev, S. Strycharz-Glaven (Naval Research Laboratory, CBMSE), and L. M. Tender (Naval Research Laboratory) Electrochemical Studies of Zinc/Cysteine Interactions – M. Y. Doan, M. A. Worosz, and G. T. Cheek (United States Naval Academy) Electrodeposited Cadmium Oxide Semiconductor Electrodes for Protein Redox Characterization – D. G. Peters (Indiana University) and B. Gerroll (Indiana Universtity Bloomington) Extracellular Electron Transfer in Mixed Species Biofilms: The Role of Rikenella Microfusus – M. Grattieri, S. Abdellaoui, K. Hasan, and S. D. Minteer (University of Utah) X-Ray Spectroscopic and Electroanalytical Studies on the Bio-Electic Interface of Metal Oxide Semiconductors and Algal Proteins and Biofilms – A. Braun (Empa)

Real-Time Monitoring of NADPH Oxidase Inhibitory Effect of ROS Production from THP-1 Cells Using Iron-Porphyrin Modified Carbon Electrode – S. Kasai (Graduate School of Eng.,Tohoku institute of technology), A. Prasad (Department of Biophysics, Palacky University,), R. Matsuoka (Hokuto Denko Corporation), A. Takahashi (Tohoku Institute of technology), A. Nakagawa (Tokyo university of science), Y. Sugiura (Graduate School of Eng.,Tohoku institute of technology), H. Koriyama (Tohoku Institute of Technology), S. Aoyagi (Hokuto Denko Corporation), T. Aikawa (Tokyo University of Science), T. Kondo (Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry), and M. Yuasa (PIRC) Electron Transport Between an Electrode and Red Blood Cells – I. V. Goroncharovskaya (N. Sklifosovsky Research Institute of Emergency Medicine), O. V. Batishchev (IPCE RAS), M. M. Goldin (Oakland Community College), and M. M. Goldin (N. Sklifosovsky Research Institute of Emergency Medicine) Direct Electrochemical Determination of Erythrocyte Concentration and Morphology – M. M. Goldin, A. K. Evseev, N. V. Borovkova (N. Sklifosovsky Research Institute of Emergency Medicine), O. V. Batishchev (IPCE RAS), and M. M. Goldin (Oakland Community College)

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Electrochemical and in Situ Characterization of Bi(111) Electrode in Ionic Liquid Mixtures with Halide Ions – C. Siimenson, O. Oll, G. Gorbatovski, and E. Lust (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu) Enhanced Photoelectrocatalytic Activity in Ni-TiO2 Nanocomposites Fabricated By Pulse Potential Deposition – S. Mohajeri (Sharif University of Technology) Study of Charge Transfer Dynamics in Spray Deposited Cu2ZnSnS4 (CZTS) Photoelectrodes for Performance Improvement – A. Mondal and J. Radich (Auburn University) Effect of Fluoride Concentration on Niobium Anodic Dissolution – M. Tirumala Rao (Indian Institute of Technology, Madras) and R. Srinivasan (Indian Institute of Technology Madras) Changes of Motional Resistance during the Electrochemical Deposition and the Anodic Dissolution of Copper in Diluted Sulphuric Solutions – J. Agrisuelas, A. Cuenca, J. García, and F. Vicente (University of Valencia) Break Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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Palladium Electrocatalysts Synthesis: Probing Reducing Agent Effect By XRD, XPS and ORR – T. W. Napporn (Universite de Poitiers, IC2MP), Y. Holade (University of Montpellier), C. Canaff, S. Poulin (Universite de Poitiers, IC2MP), K. Servat (Université de Poitiers, IC2MP), S. Arrii-Clasens (Universite de Poitiers, IC2MP), and K. B. Kokoh (University of Poitiers, IC2MP) Atomic Palladium – E. L. Gawron, S. M. Hira, A. P. Jonke, M. A. Josowicz, and J. Janata (Georgia Institute of Technology) Effect of pH and Alkali Cations on Hydroxide Adsorption on Ir, Pt, and Au (111) – I. T. McCrum and M. J. Janik (The Pennsylvania State University) Investigation of Polyaniline-Supported Au-Pd Bimetallic Catalysts for Propanol Oxidation Reactions in Alkaline Media – N. Goodwin and D. Hatchett (University of Nevada, Las Vegas) Electrochemical Oxidation of Niobium and Tantalum Carbides in Aqueous Solutions – D. J. Walczyk, D. Mason (Rowan University), N. McRae (Rowan Univeristy), G. Taylor, Z. Norris, K. Linderman, J. Hettinger, and L. Yu (Rowan University) Dependence of Photoelectrochemical Properties on Geometry Factors of ZnO Nanostructured Networks – Y. Mao (University of Texas Rio Grande Valley)

Electroanalytical Aspects of Environmental and Groundwater Problems – 14:00 – 15:20 Chair: Pawel J. Kulesza 14:00

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Electrochemical Characterization of Magnetite Samples from Natural, Commercial, and Laboratory Sources and Implications for Remediation Research – M. J. Bradley and P. G. Tratnyek (OHSU Institute of Environmental Health) Hybrid Catalytic Materials for Determination and Speciation of Electrochemically Inert Analytes: Arsenic(III) and Arsenic(V) – P. J. Kulesza, W. Ozimek (University of Warsaw), J. A. Cox (Miami University), and I. A. Rutkowska (University of Warsaw) Toward the Conversion of Nitrate into Dinitrogen in Aqueous Electrolytes: On Line Mass Spectrometry Studies – B. Pozniak and D. Scherson (Case Western Reserve University) The Improvement of Boron-Doped Diamond Anode System in Electrochemical Oxidation and Fenton Coupling System Degradation of p-Nitrophenol By Sensing Electrode of Iron – X. Xing (Minzu University of China)

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Electrolytes Related Dynamic Mechanical Properties of Nanoconfined Water – S. H. Khan (University of Peshawar, Peshawar, Pakistan) and P. M. Hoffmann (Wayne State University, Detroit, USA.) Figures of Merit for the Assessment of the Electrocatalytic Activity of Electrode Materials for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction: A Critical Analysis – N. S. Georgescu and D. Scherson (Case Western Reserve University)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Modeling Standing Waves in a Thin Layer Sonoelectrochemical System – J. Landgren (University of North Georgia), G. Strohmer, and J. Leddy (University of Iowa) Electrochemical Kinetics and Dimensional Considerations at the Nanoscale – H. Yamada and P. R. Bandaru (University of California, San Diego) A Mechanistic Study of NiCo2O4 Spinel As Cathode Material in Alkaline Media – S. Velraj, J. Zhu (Tennessee Technological University), M. I. Salazar-Gastelum, E. Sandoval-Corona, M. Beltrán-Gastélum, S. Pérez-Sicairos, and R. M. Félix-Navarro (Instituto Tecnológico de Tijuana)

1804 Hematite/TiO2 Heterostructure Photoanodes for Efficient Solar-to-Fuel Conversion – K. Jayasayee (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), S. K. Balasingam, S. Sunde (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), T. Srinivas (Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham University), J. S. Lee (Ulsan National Institue of Science & Technology (UNIST)), and T. Manivasagam (Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham) 1805 Nanocellulose-Photoactive Oxide Composites for Efficient Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting – T. Choi (Sejong University) 1806 Prospects for Validation of PEM Fuel Cell Models Using Current Distribution – O. Beruski and J. Perez (Universidade de São Paulo) 1807 Lead Dioxide Electrocrystallization from Nitrate and Methanesulfonate Electrolytes: The Influence of Various Dopants on Initial Stages – O. Shmychkova, T. Luk’yanenko, and A. Velichenko (Ukrainian State University of Chemical Technology) 1808 NBD-Ferrocene: A New Fluorescence Redox Molecular Switch Based on Photoinduced Electron Transfer – M. Čížková, L. Cattiaux, J. M. Mallet, E. Labbé, and O. Buriez (Ecole Normale Superieure & CNRS) 1809 Photovoltaic Performance of TiO2 Dye Sensitized Solae Cells Coated with ZnO – R. Murali (University of Madras) 1810 Kinetics of the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction at Rh-Doped SrTiO3 Driven By Visible Light: A Study By Photoelectrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – P. Millet, M. Antuch (ParisSud University), and A. Kudo (Tokyo University of Science) 1811 STM Imagings of Smooth Pt Monolayer Allotropes on Au(111) and Their Electrocatalytic Activities Toward Hydrogen – W. Liao (Department of chemistry, National Central University) 1812 Improved Stability and Photoelectrochemical Performance of Cds/1D Zr:Fe2O3 Nanorod Arrays with Al2O3 Passivation Layer for Hydrogen Generation – M. A. Mahadik, A. Subramanian, M. Cho, and J. S. Jang (Chonbuk National University)

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A DFT Study of the Adsorption and Dehydrogenation of Ethanol on a Pt3Sn1 Catalytic Surface – R. Ribadeneira Paz (Universidad Nacional de Colombia - Sede Medellín) Oscillatory Reaction Rates in a Direct Formic Acid Fuel Cell (DFAFC) – J. A. Nogueira (IQSC, University of São Paulo) and H. Valera (IQSC,University of São Paulo) Rrde Studies of Glycerol Electro-Oxidation: Local pH Variation and Oscillatory Dynamics – A. Zülke, P. Perroni, E. G. Machado, and H. Varela (University of São Paulo - USP) Effects of Electrolyte Composition on ACDriven Electrochemiluminescence from Anthracene Derivatives Having Blue Emission – S. Tsuneyasu, T. Ichikawa, K. Nakamura, and N. Kobayashi (Chiba University) The Influence of Anions on the Release of Ag(I) Ions from Silver Nanoparticles (AgNPs) – A. S. Nomor and B. R. Horrocks (Newcastle University, UK.)

Ion-Conducting Polymeric (or, Polymer-based) Materials

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Battery / Energy Technology Grand Salon C - Section 16, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Fundamentals of Ion Transport – 08:00 – 09:50 Co-Chairs: Stephen J. Paddison, Ahmet Kusoglu and Vito Di Noto 1826

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(Keynote) Mechanisms in Ion Conducting Polymer Materials By Broadband Electrical Spectroscopy (BES) – V. Di Noto, K. Vezzù (Department of Industrial Engineering University of Padua, INSTM), E. Negro (Centro Studi “Giorgio Levi Cases”, Department of Industrial Engineering University of Padua), F. Bertasi (Department of Industrial Engineering University of Padua), G. Pagot (Department Industrial Engineering University of Padua, Centro Studi “Giorgio Levi Cases”), G. Nawn (Department Industrial Engineering, University of Padua), and G. Pace (CNR-ICMATE) Ion Transport in Single-Ion Conducting Polymer Electrolytes for Lithium Batteries – S. Upadhyay and J. L. Schaefer (University of Notre Dame) Thermodynamics of Polymer Electrolyte Membranes in Contact with Concentrated Electrolyte Solutions – J. Peng, G. A. Goenaga, and T. A. Zawodzinski (University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN) Highly Branched Poly(ethylene oxide) for Solid Electrolytes – N. Paranjape (University at Buffalo, SUNY), H. Lin, G. Wu (University at Buffalo, the State University of New York), and P. Mandadapu (University at Buffalo, SUNY) Break

Energy Technology Division Supramaniam Srinivasan Young Investigator Award Session – 09:50 – 10:30 Co-Chairs: Vito Di Noto and Stephen J. Paddison 09:50

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(Keynote) Investigation the Effect of CO2 Absorption in Anion Exchange Membrane By Electrical Conductivity and NMR – J. Peng (University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN), A. L. Roy (University of Tennessee), R. A. Elgammal (University of Tennessee, Knoxville), and T. A. Zawodzinski (University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN) Controlled Ion Flow through Polymeric Anion Exchange Membranes – D. M. Pantelis (University of Florida Department of Chemistry), J. Experton (Unversity of Florida Department of Chemistry), and C. R. Martin (University of Florida Department of Chemistry) Tunable-High Performance Sustainion™ Anion Exchange Membranes for Electrochemical Applications – S. D. Sajjad, Y. Gao, Z. Liu, H. Yang, and R. Masel (Dioxide Materials) Pentablock Ionomer Based TEOS-TIP Hybrid Nanocomposites: Morphology, Physical Properties, and Ion Transport – F. Huang, W. Zheng, and C. Cornelius (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) Trade-Off Between Transport and Mechanical Properties in Ion-Containing Block Copolymers with Different Self-Assembled Morphologies: A Comparison Study Between Lamellar and Inverse-Hexagonal – W. Zheng and C. Cornelius (University of NebraskaLincoln)

Applications of Solid Ion Conductors – 14:00 – 16:10 Co-Chairs: Ahmet Kusoglu, Stephen J. Paddison and Vito Di Noto 14:00

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(Keynote) Sunlight-Driven Ionic Power Production Using Ion-Conducting Polymers – W. White, C. D. Sanborn, R. S. Reiter, J. M. Cardon, and S. Ardo (University of California, Irvine) The Effect of Litfs and Epoxy on Epoxy Based Adhesive Polymer Electrolyte for Mediator Structural Supercapacitor – Y. Wang, X. Qiao, C. Zhang, and X. Zhou (University of Miami) Mediator Effects on Solid-State Mediator Doped Polymer Electrolyte Membrane – X. Qiao, Y. Wang, C. Zhang, and X. Zhou (University of Miami) Formation/Dissolution of Conductive Silver Filaments through an Ionic Liquid/Polymer Electrolyte Thin Film – Z. Chao (University of Pittsburgh), G. Crouch, D. Han, P. W. Bohn, D. B. Go (University of Notre Dame), and S. Fullerton (University of Pittsburgh) Electrodeposition with Nanoparticles As Nano-Bioplar Electrodes – G. Crouch, D. Han (University of Notre Dame), S. Fullerton (University of Pittsburgh), D. B. Go, and P. W. Bohn (University of Notre Dame) Nanostructured Polypyrrole-Based Materials – K. Winkler and M. Wysocka-Zolopa (Institute of Chemistry, University of Bialystok)

(Energy Technology Division Supramaniam Srinivasan Young Investigator Award Address) New Insights into PFSA Ionomers - from Membranes to Thin Films – A. Kusoglu (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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Nano/Bio Sensors

Sensor / Nanocarbons / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Grand Salon A - Section 4, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

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(Invited) Bottom-up Fabrication of Unique Nanostructured Biosensors and Bioanodes – D. W. Schmidtke (University of Texas at Dallas) Low-Overhead Thin-Film Approaches and Platforms for Spectroscopic Fingerprinting and Electronic Single-Molecule Sensing – B. I. Karawdeniya, Y. M. N. D. Y. Bandara, J. C. Whelan, J. W. Nichols, and J. R. Dwyer (University of Rhode Island) High Volume Zero Power Low Cost PPB Level Printed Nano-Sensors for Iot – J. R. Stetter (SPEC Sensors, LLC) and M. T. Carter (KWJ Engineering, Inc) Fabrication of Three-Dimensional Woodpile Cerium Oxide Nanostructure Via SolutionBased Soft Nanoimprint Lithography for Enzymatic Glucose Sensor – Y. Zhou, S. D. Uzun, A. L. Briseno, K. R. Carter, and J. J. Watkins (University of Massachusetts Amherst) Rapid and Selective Determination of Acetaminophen in Surem Via Intermolecule Hydrogen Bonding with Arginineon Graphene – Y. Zhang, Z. Huang, and Z. Wang (Chemistry, Xavier University of Louisiana) Break Design and Optimization of a Bacterial Sensor Based on the Innate Immune System – R. M. Mayall, S. Luong, M. Renaud-Young (University of Calgary), S. Creager (Clemson University), and V. Birss (Department of Chemistry, University of Calgary) Electrochemical Microfluidic Paper-Based Device for Virus-Sized Particle Detection – Y. Yang, R. B. Channon, B. J. Geiss, D. S. Dandy, and C. S. Henry (Colorado State University) Sensitive Colorimetric Detection of Nitrite Ions Based on the Aggregation of Gold Nanoparticles – A. Kulkarni (Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Florida), V. Bird (Department of Urology, University of Florida College of Medicine), and K. J. Ziegler (Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Florida) Interactions of TiO2 Nanotubes with Contaminants of Emerging Concern for Applications in Point-of-Use Electrochemical Detection – A. Timmerman, S. K. Mohanty, and K. Carlson (University of Utah)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Characterizing the Ionic Transport through Nanoporus AAO Membranes: Effect of Surface Charge Due to Biomolecule Functionalization – A. Gosai and P. Shrotriya (Iowa State University) A Paper-Based Lateral Flow Strip for Protein Biomarker Detection – N. Wu and X. Gao (West Virginia University) Design and Fabrication of a Folding- and Dynamics-Based Electrochemical DNA Sensor on Indium Tin Oxide – K. N. Hipp Jr., A. Olson, A. J. Zaitouna, P. H. Dussault, and R. Y. Lai (University of Nebraska - Lincoln Department of Chemistry)

Nano/Biosensors 3 – 14:00 – 18:20 Co-Chairs: Praveen K. Sekhar and Lang Zhou 14:00

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Carbon Nanotube-Based Bioanalytical Sensors – D. A. Heller (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University), P. V. Jena (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), T. V. Galassi (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University), R. M. Williams, J. BudhathokiUprety (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), R. E. Langenbacher (Weill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University), D. Roxbury, Y. Shamay, J. Shah, R. Frederiksen (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), C. P. Horoszko (cornell), and J. D. Harvey (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University) Surface Plasmon Immunoarrays for NonGlucose Diabetes Biomarkers – S. Krishnan, V. Singh, M. K. Patel, and J. Niroula (Oklahoma State University) Development of an Electrochemical Impedimetric Biosensor for the Detection of Telomerase Activity in Cancer Cells – C. R. Cabrera Jr. (University of Puerto RIco at Río Piedras), D. C. Diaz-Cartagena, G. Hernandez (University of Puerto Rico at Río Piedras), L. Cunci Perez (Universidad del Turabo), and C. I. Gonzalez (Universiy of Puerto Rico at Río Piedras) Electrochemical Peptide-Based (E-PB) Sensor for the Detection of Uranium – C. C. Thompson (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) and R. Y. Lai (University of Nebraska Lincoln Department of Chemistry) Preparation of Glucose Sensor for Low Invasive In Vivo Measurement – M. Yasuzawa (Tokushima University), J. Li (Tokushima University), S. Nakataki (Tokushima University), Y. Fuchiwaki (Health Research Institute, AIST), and T. Harada (Kondo Chemical Industry) NAD-Glucose Dehydrogenase Immobilized on Gold Via Iron-Sulfur Based Molecular Wires for Biosensing Applications – A. Mahadevan and S. Fernando (Texas A&M University) Break Electrochemical Biosensors Using MultiEnzyme Cascade Reactions – R. P. Ramasamy (University of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA) and Y. Fang (College of Engineering, University of Georgia) Fabric Based Wearable Biosensor for Continuous Monitoring of Steroids – P. Manickam, R. E. Fernandez, and S. Bhansali (Florida International University)

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Non-Enzymatic Glutamate Sensor Based on Nickel Oxide Nanoparticle – M. Jamal (Khulna University of Engineering & Technology), S. Chakrabarty (Khulna University of Engineering and Technology), H. Shao (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork), D. McNulty (University College Cork), M. A. Yousuf (Khulna University of Engineering and Technology), and K. M. Razeeb (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork) 1944 Hierarchical in Situ functionalized TiO2 Nanotubular Substrate for Sensing Volatile Organic Compounds Associated with Tuberculosis – Y. Saffary, C. N. Willis, M. Misra, and S. K. Mohanty (University of Utah) 1945 A Low-Cost Aptamer Immobilization Technique for the Selective Detection of Protein Biomarkers Using Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – N. I. Khan and E. Song (University of New Hampshire) 1946 CuO-Mwcnts for Enzyme-Less Electrochemical Detection of Glucose – S. Felix (Dhanalakshmi College of Engineering), C. Santhosh (University of Eastern Finland), and A. Nirmala Grace (VIT University)

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Disposable Chlorine Sensor Based on Pencil Graphite Electrode – M. Jamal (Khulna University of Engineering & Technology), A. K. Dutta, J. Islam (Khulna University of Engineering and Technology), H. Shao (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork), M. A. Yousuf (Khulna University of Engineering and Technology), and K. M. Razeeb (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork) Development of WO3 Nanoparticle Based pH Sensor – M. Jamal (Khulna University of Engineering & Technology), I. Akhter (Khulna University of Engineering and Technology), H. Shao (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork), M. A. Yousuf (Khulna University of Engineering and Technology), and K. M. Razeeb (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork) Hydrothermal Synthesis of Metal Oxide (NiO, CuO, ZnO and WO3) Nanoparticles and Their Antimicrobial Properties – J. U. Ahmed (Khulna University of Engineering and Technology), H. Shao (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork), M. A. Yousuf (Khulna University of Engineering and Technology), K. M. Razeeb (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork), and M. Jamal (Khulna University of Engineering & Technology) Nanomaterial Labels for Signal Amplification in Electrochemical Immunosensors – P. Manickam, S. Bhansali, K. Pasha, and H. Huanghan (Florida International University) Cyclic Voltammogram of Paclitaxel Nanoparticles – S. T. Miller, D. Lee, S. Prabhulkar, G. W. Williams (Autotelic, Inc.), and V. N. Trieu (LipoMedics, Inc.)

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Paper Microfluidic Electrochemical Sensor for Salivary Cortisol Analysis – R. E. Fernandez, P. Manickam, and S. Bhansali (Florida International University) Automatically Turn-Off EOF Pump Based on Conical Nanopores with Lead Sensor – W. Xu (University of Florida) Precision Plating of Electrogenic Cells on Microelectrodes Enhanced with NanoPorous Platinum for Cell-Based Biosensing Applications – N. Azim (University of Central Florida, NanoScience Technology Center), F. Sommerhage, M. Aubin (NanoScience Technology Center), J. Hickman, and S. Rajaraman (University of Central Florida, NanoScience Technology Center) Functionalized Deoxynucleotides and DNA Primers for Electrochemical Diagnostics of Disease Predispostions – A. M. Debela (Institut Parisien de Chimie Moléculaire, UPMC) Glycated Albumin Detection Using Electrochemical Aptasensor for Screening and Monitoring of Diabetes Mellitus – S. Bunyarataphan, L. Maruset (National Nanotechnology Center (NANOTEC)), K. Paiboonsukwong, S. Fucharoen (Thalassemia Research Center), T. Dharakul (Mahidol University), and D. Japrung (National Nanotechnology Center (NANOTEC))

Nanotechnology General Session

All Divisions / Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee Cambridge, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Application of Nanomaterials to Catalysis and Energy – 09:00 – 11:20 Co-Chairs: O. M. Leonte, Leyla Soleymani, Beatriz Sanabria and Krishna C. Saraswat 09:00

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The Improved Photocatalytic Ability for Ag3PO4 through the Use of a PEDOT:PSS Layer – M. T. Syue and J. M. Ting (National Cheng Kung University) Waste Water Purification By TiO2 anodically Grown in Different Geometries – B. Sanabria, M. V. Diamanti, and M. Pedeferri (Politecnico di Milano) Break Synthesis and Characterization of a Novel Plasmonic Nanocomposite Photocatalyst: Ag/ MoS2 Nanodots/TiO2 Mesoporous Beads – J. P. M. Alido and J. M. Ting (National Cheng Kung University) Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) of Transparent and Conducting Ta-Doped ZnO Thin Films – Z. GAO (Washington University in St. Louis), Y. Myung (Washington University in St.Louis), X. Huang, R. Mishra (Washington University in St. Louis), R. Kanjolia (EMD Performance Material), J. Park (Korea University), and P. Banerjee (Washington University in St. Louis) Efficiency Optimization of Pyramid-Textured Crystalline Solar Cells with Metal-Assisted Chemical Etching – V. C. Su, Y. C. Liu, and C. H. Kuan (Graduate Institute of Electronics Engineering, NTU)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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Carbon Nitride/TiO2 Nanocomposite in Treatment of Water Contaminated with Phenol – H. A. Al-Kandari (College of Health Sciences, PAAET, Kuwait), A. M. Abdullah (Center for Advanced Materials, Qatar University), S. A. Al-Kandari, and A. M. Mohamed (Chemistry department, Kuwait University,Kuwait)

Synthesis and Characterization of Nanomaterials – 14:00 – 16:40 Co-Chairs: Leyla Soleymani, O. M. Leonte, Krishna C. Saraswat and Beatriz Sanabria 14:00

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Bi-Continuous Nanoporous Metal Formation Via Compound Decomposition – Q. Chen and C. Wang (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) Effects of Additives on the Electrodeposition of Nano-Grained Ni-Mo Alloys – Y. N. Shi, J. Hu, X. G. Zheng (Institute of Metal Research), and K. Lu (Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences) Atom Probe Tomography of Dealloyed Materials – A. A. El-Zoka, R. C. Newman (University of Toronto), and B. Langelier (McMaster University) Electrochemical Nature of Silver Halide Underpotential Deposition on Au(111) – J. A. Phillips, H. Morgan, L. E. Jackson, G. H. Jones, and E. V. Iski (The University of Tulsa) Break Enzymes Confinement in Gold Nanospikes Electrodes Fabricated By Metal-Assisted Chemical Etching for Enhanced Electron Transfer – H. Lee (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST)), Y. Lee (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology), S. K. Lee (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology(GIST)), J. H. Jang, and I. S. Chang (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST)) Copper Nanowire Array Electrodes with Electropolymerized Polyaniline Corrosion Barrier – J. Moncada, C. Carrero, and T. S. Oh (Auburn University) Fabrication of Ultra-Small Zirconia NanoIslands Using Thermal Atomic Layer Deposition – N. El-Atab (Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, Abu Dhabi, UAE), J. Suh, R. Islam, K. C. Saraswat (Stanford University), and A. Nayfeh (Masdar Institue of Science and Technology, Abu Dhabi, UAE)

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Solid State Topics General Session

Dielectric Science and Technology / Electronics and Photonics / Energy Technology / Luminescence and Display Materials / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Sensor Churchill B2, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Solid State Topics Morning Session – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: M. Jamal Deen, David J. Gundlach, B. Iniguez and H. Klauk 08:00

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Grand Ballroom, Hilton New Orleans Riverside Z02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Synergistic Effect of Acid Treatment and Metal Oxide Co-Catalyst Loading on Inactive Rutile TiO2 Nanorods for Enhanced Photocatalytic Degradation of Orange (II) Dye – L. K. Dhandole (Chonbuk National University,), M. A. Mahadik (Chonbuk National University), S. G. Kim (Chonbuk National University,), M. Cho (Chonbuk National University), H. S. Chung (Korea Basic Science Institute, Jeonju), J. H. Ryu (Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources), and J. S. Jang (Chonbuk National University)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Redox Responsive Fluorescent Probe Development for Super Resolution and Fluorescence Lifetime Microscopy – J. Woodcock (MML, NIST), E. Choudhary (CNST, NIST, Maryland NanoCenter, University of Maryland), B. Jones (MML, NIST), J. Marr, A. Kumar (CNST, NIST, Maryland NanoCenter, University of Maryland), J. W. Gilman, S. J. Stranick (MML, NIST), J. A. Liddle, and V. A. Szalai (CNST, NIST) Dye - Sensitized Solar Cell Photoanode Based on Silver – Doped Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles – H. T. Nguyen (University of Science, VNU-HCM, Vietnam), L. T. Vo (University of Science, VNU-HCM), L. T. K. Nguyen, and H. Q. Nguyen (R&D Center for Radiation Technology) Mechanical and Electrical Properties of Electrostatic Sprun Carbon Nanotubes Embedded in P3HT:PCBM – T. H. Fang, Z. W. Chiu (KUAS), and Y. J. Hsiao (National Nano Device Laboratories) A Way to New Smart Materials – Hierarchical 3D Structures Produced Via Self-Organization of Nanowires – G. Strukova and G. Strukov (retaired) Synthesis and Characterization of Green Emitting Erbium Doped BaY2ZnO5 Nanophosphors – V. B. Taxak (Maharshi Dayand University, Rohtak-124001) Sol-Gel Synthesis and Photoluminescent Investigation of SrZnV2O7:Eu3+ Nanophosphors – S. P. Khatkar (Chemistry Department, M.D.University, Rohtak) Dissolution and Shape Controlling of Crystalline ZnO – J. Y. Chung (Kyunghee University) and T. Yu (Kyunghee UNIV.) Aqueous-Phase Synthesis of Metal Nanoparticles Using Phosphates As Stabilizers – I. KIM and T. Yu (Kyunghee UNIV.)

A Study of the Conduction Processes in Organic Schottky Diodes – M. Raja (University of Liverpool) Air Dependence of Electrical Performance Parameters in Polymeric Organic Solar Cell – V. S. Balderrama, J. G. Sanchez (Universitat Rovira i Virgili), M. Estrada (Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados - IPN), J. Pallares, J. Ferré-Borrull, and L. F. Marsal (Universitat Rovira i Virgili) Using Memristor Formalism in Semiconductor Device Modeling – R. Picos, E. GarciaMoreno, M. M. Al Chawa (Universitat de les Illes Balears), and L. O. Chua (University of California, Berkeley) Effect of the Metal-Organic Interfaces in Analytical Modeling of Organic Solar Cells – J. A. Jiménez Tejada, P. López Varo (Universidad de Granada), O. Marinov, C. H. Chen, and M. J. Deen (McMaster University) 153

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Charge-Based Compact Model for DC Current in Organic TFT Including NonLinear Injection Effects with a Close Link to Electrical Device Parameter – A. Kloes (Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen), F. Hain (Universitat Rovira i Virgili), M. Graef (Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen), and B. Iniguez (Universitat Rovira i Virgili) Coffee Break Use of Microdischarge Lithography for Development of Organic Electronic Devices over Large Areas – A. L. Alvarez, F. Borrás, J. S. Moreno, M. García-Vélez (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos), J. Jiménez-Trillo (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid), and C. Coya (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos) Physics of Graphene/Organic Heterojunction Devices – C. H. Kim (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology) and I. Kymissis (Columbia University) Physical SPICE Model of Organic Thin Film Transistor – Y. Bonnassieux, S. Jung (Ecole Polytechnique, Paris Saclay), and G. Horowitz (CNRS, Paris Saclay) Newly Introduced Green Solvent for Organic Photovoltaics Processing – M. Farhat (Central Metallurgical R&D Institute) and C. W. Chu (Research Center for Applied Science,AS, TW) Effect of Inserting Nanoscale-Thick Inorganic Interlayer Between Metal Electrode and Organic Layers on Photo-Sensitivity Enhancement of Organic Photo Diodes – J. H. Park, S. H. Song, M. W. Kim, H. J. Kown, J. G. Kim, U. H. Jung, H. W. Baik, and J. G. Park (Hanyang University) Developement of Printed OTFTs and Logic Circuits – T. Y. Chu, A. Dadvand, N. Graddage, P. Christophe, S. Lang (National Research Council Canada), and Y. Tao (National Research Council of Canada)

Solid State Topics Afternoon Session – 14:00 – 18:20 Co-Chairs: Kalpathy B. Sundaram, O. M. Leonte, Gary W. Hunter, Kiyoshi Shimamura, Hiroshi Iwai and Meng Tao 14:00

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High Throughput Experimental Solutions for Solid State Lithium-Ion Battery Research – H. Song, P. Liu (MTI Corporation), T. An, H. Fang, G. Zhu (Kejing Materials Technology Co. Ltd.), and X. Jiang (MTI Corporation) Investigation of Alternative Mixed-Conducting Oxides for SOFC Anode Applications – E. M. Sabolsky (U.S. DOE, National Energy Technology Laboratory), X. Liu, J. W. Zondlo, H. Qi, T. Thomas (West Virginia University), R. Hart, and E. Jezek (GE Global Research) Metal-Organic Framework-Based Flexible Resistive Switching Memory Devices – M. J. Park and J. S. Lee (POSTECH) Stable Switching in HfO2-Based Crossbar Conducting- Bridge Resistive Switching Memory Device – U. Chand, M. A. A. Hafiz, M. Alawein, and H. Fariborzi (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology) Mapping Changes Induced By Few Monolayers of Al2O3 on a CuO Nanowire Surface – S. Banerjee (Washington University in St.Louis), Z. Gao (Washington University in St. Louis), Y. Myung (Washington University in St.Louis), and P. Banerjee (Washington University in St. Louis)

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Break Frequency and Area Dependence of High-K/ Ge Mos Capacitors – I. Mitevski, Y. Ding, and D. Misra (New Jersey Institute of Technology) Hydrothermally Synthesized Copper Gallium Delafossite Nanoflakes for (Photo) Electrocatalytic Water Splitting – Y. Mao and S. Mohan (University of Texas Rio Grande Valley) Raman Mapping and Delineation of III-V Semiconductor Band Bending Characteristics – M. F. Lichterman, A. I. Carim, B. S. Brunschwig, and N. S. Lewis (California Institute of Technology) Photoluminescence Properties of Pr3+Activated Ca-Based Perovskites Prepared By Amorphous Complex Method Using Aqueous Metal Complex Solutions – Y. Sato, Y. Ohashi, Y. Iguchi, T. Watanabe, A. Sugino (Department of Chemistry, Okayama University of Science), and M. Kakihana (IMRAM, Tohoku University) Au Core-TiO2 Shell Nanoparticles Produced By RT Atomic Layer Deposition – F. Hirose, K. Kanomata, M. Miura, K. Kukuchi (Yamagata University), B. Ahmmad (Yamagata University,), and S. Kubota (Yamagata University) Synthesis and Highly Effective Purification of Silver Nanowires to Enhance the Transmittance at Low Sheet Resistance with Simple Polyol and Scalable Selective Precipitation Method – M. B. Gebeyehu, T. F. Chala, S. Y. Chang, C. M. Wu, and J. Y. Lee (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology) Pulsed Photoinitiated Synthesis of Nanocrystalline Iron Oxides-Reduced Graphitic Oxides in-Situ Nanocomposite Thin Film As Anode Materials for Silicon-Based Micro-Supercapacitor – S. Luo, M. Oguntoye (Tulane University), S. Zhang (Wuhan University of Technology), N. Pesika, and D. Chrisey (Tulane University)

Grand Ballroom, Hilton New Orleans Riverside Z03 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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A Novel Photodetector Based on Azo/SiOx/NSi Heterojunction Structure – T. C. Tien, T. E. Hsieh, and B. C. Wu (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National Chiao Tung University) Preparation of Cu2znsn(SxSe1-x)4 (CZTSSe) Single-Phase Sputtering Target By Sintering Binary Alloy Powders and Its Applications to Cztsse Thin-Film Solar Cell – M. H. Lee (National Chiao Tung University, Department of Materials Science and Engineering), Y. P. Lin, and T. E. Hsieh (National Chiao Tung University)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing 2

All Divisions / Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee Prince of Wales, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing - Morning Session – 08:00 – 12:05 Co-Chairs: Gerardine G. Botte, Katherine E. Ayers, Gregory S. Jackson, S. R. Narayan, Nianqiang (Nick) Wu, John N. Harb and E. J Taylor 08:00 08:05

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Welcoming Remarks. Processes: Chemicals, Materials, Hydrogen. G. G. Botte and S. Narayan (Invited) Development of High Temperature Materials and Technologies for Electrochemical Storage and Conversion – G. L. Soloveichik (Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E)) A Novel Approach to the Sustainable Synthesis of Carbon Fibers – D. M. Keck, M. Islam, and R. Martinez-Duarte (Clemson University) Production of Hydrogen through PhotoElectro-Catalytic Oxidation of Coal Using TiO2 Nanotube Arrays – D. Wang, B. Mohanty, B. Wang, and E. Eddings (University of Utah) Understanding the Electrochemically Induced Conversion of Urea to Ammonia for Direct Ammonia SCR Processes – F. Lu and G. G. Botte (Center for Electrochemical Engineering Research) Break Remarks. Processes: Electrodes and Membranes. K. Ayers, G.S. Jackson, and N. Wu RBa(Co, Ga)4O7 Cathodes with HighTemperature Phase Stability for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells  – K. Y. Lai and A. Manthiram (The University of Texas at Austin) Alternative Ion-Exhange Materials for Membrane Capacitive Deionization – V. M. Palakkal (Louisiana State University) and C. G. Arges (University of Chicago) Electrochemical Reduction of Carbon Dioxide to Hydrocarbons Using Copper Nanocomposite Catalyst – M. Muthuvel, F. Lu, and G. G. Botte (Ohio University) 3D-Printable Membrane Electrode Assembly (MEA) for 3D-Printable Microbial Fuel Cells (MFCs) – P. Theodosiou (University of the West Of England), I. Ieropoulos, J. Greenman, and C. Melhuish (University of the West of England) Cu-Ni-Mo-P/C Electrocatalyst for the CoGeneration of Energy and Fine Chemicals from Glycerol Electrooxidation – O. Elendu (Florida State University), E. E. Kalu (Florida A&M University - Florida State University COE), and Y. D. Yeboah (Florida State University) A Group Additivity Based-Thermodynamic Analysis of a Conceptual Glycerol/Ferric Redox Flow Battery – J. Akrasi (Florida State University), E. E. Kalu (Florida A&M University - Florida State University COE), and Y. D. Yeboah (Florida State University)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Sustainable Materials and Manufacturing - Afternoon Session – 14:00 – 15:25 Co-Chairs: Gerardine G. Botte, Katherine E. Ayers, Gregory S. Jackson, S. R. Narayan, Nianqiang (Nick) Wu, John N. Harb and E. J. Taylor 14:00 14:05

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Remarks. Processes and Water Treatment. J. Harb and E. J. Taylor Wastewater Disinfection Using Potential Switching Methods on Boron Doped Ultrananocrystalline Diamond Electrodes – J. O. Thostenson, E. Ngaboyamahina (Duke University), K. L. Sellgren, B. T. Hawkins (RTI International), C. B. Parker (Duke University), J. R. Piascik, E. J. D. Klem (RTI International), M. A. Deshusses (Duke University), B. R. Stoner (RTI International, Duke University), and J. T. Glass (Duke University) Applications of Electro-Fenton for Sustainable Water Treatment and Reuse: A Case Study in the Electronics Industry – Z. Wang, O. GarcíaRodríguez (National University of Singapore), E. Mousset (National University of Singapore, Université de Lorraine - CNRS (UMR 7274)), and O. Lefebvre (National University of Singapore) Degradation Mechanisms of a Cermet Anode for Aluminum Production – P. Meyer (Laboratoire de Génie Chimique), M. Gibilaro (LGC UMR5503 CNRS), P. Chamelot, and L. Massot (Laboratoire de Génie Chimique) A Molten Salt Electrolysis Procedure to Form Al-Sc Alloys – Ç. Polat (Middle East Technical University), M. Erdogan (Yildirim Beyazit University), and I. Karakaya (Middle East Technical University)

Grand Ballroom, Hilton New Orleans Riverside Z04 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Co-Chairs: Gerardine G. Botte, John N. Harb, Nianqiang (Nick) Wu, S. R. Narayan, E. J. Taylor, Arumugam Manthiram, John Lewellen Stickney, Katherine E. Ayers, Gautam Banerjee and Gregory S. Jackson •

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Electrochemical Reduction of Solid Silica to Form Silicon in Molten Salts – B. Akpinar (Middle East Technical University), M. Erdogan (Yildirim Beyazit University), E. Ergul, B. Akduman, and I. Karakaya (Middle East Technical University) Bifunctional Ag Doped SnS2 Photocatlyst and Electrocatlyst for Solar Energy Appliations – X. Cui, W. Xu, Z. Xie, J. A. Dorman, M. T. Gutierrez-Wing (Louisiana State University), and Y. Wang (Louisiana state Univeristy) Mechanical and Durable Properties of NiYSZ Electrode Under High Temperature for Solid Oxide Electrolysis Stack – B. K. Jang (National Institute for Materials Science), T. Matsudaira (Japan Fine Ceramics Center), S. D. Kim, and S. K. Woo (Korea Institute of Energy Research) Fabrication of 3D Shapes of Carbon By Origami – M. Islam, J. P. Flach, and R. Martinez-Duarte (Clemson University)

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Lithium Battery Modelling 2 – 13:30 – 17:10 Co-Chairs: Dean R. Wheeler and Tyrone Vincent 13:30

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Energy Technology / Battery Grand Salon C - Section 15, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Lithium Battery Modelling 1 – 08:00 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Manan Pathak, Jonghyun Park and Venkat Srinivasan

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Micro-Macroscopic Modeling of a LithiumIon Cell By Considering Grain Boundaries of Active Materials – J. A. Hoffmann (Missouri University of Science & Technology) and J. Park (Missouri University of Science and Technology) Mechanical Reliability of All-Solid-State Lithium-Ion Batteries – G. Bucci, T. Swamy, Y. M. Chiang, and W. C. Carter (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Effects of Non-Uniform Temperature on inSitu Current Distribution and Non-Uniform State of Charge Measurements for LiFePO4 and LiNiMnCoO2 Cells – M. P. Klein III and J. W. Park (University of California, Davis) Determination of Mechanical Properties of Battery Films from Acoustic Measurements – K. L. Dallon, M. Wray, D. R. Wheeler, and B. A. Mazzeo (Brigham Young University) Break Generic Model Control for Lithium-Ion Batteries - II – M. Pathak (University of Washington, Seattle), S. Kolluri (University of Washington), and V. R. Subramanian (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, University of Washington, Seattle) Modeling of Lithium Plating Induced Aging and Mitigation Strategies in Li-Ion Batteries – X. G. Yang and C. Y. Wang (Electrochemical Engine Center, Pennsylvania State Univ.) First-Principles Modeling of the Initial Stages of Ethylene Carbonate Decomposition on LixCoO2 (110) Surfaces – X. Qin and M. Shao (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) Experimentally-Based DNA Power Model of Lithium-Ion Battery – H. W. Tang (National Taiwan University), J. B. Zhang (Shenzhen Areswatt New Energy Co., LTD), and K. C. Chen (National Taiwan University) Estimation of Parameters from ChargeDischarge Curves of Lithium-Ion Batteries Using P2D Model – Y. Qi, S. Kolluri, J. Chen, D. T. Schwartz (University of Washington), S. Santhanagopalan (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), and V. R. Subramanian (University of Washington, Seattle)

Compatibility Issues Between Electrodes and Electrolytes in Solid-State Batteries – Y. Tian, T. Shi (University of California, Berkeley), W. D. Richards (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), S. H. Bo, J. C. Kim, J. Li (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and G. Ceder (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley)

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Electrochemical Reactions in Li-Ion Battery Electrodes and Their Interaction with Mechanical Stresses: Size Effects, Phase Segregation, and Crack Propagation – P. Stein, Y. Zhao, and B. X. Xu (Technische Universitaet Darmstadt) Multi-Scale Modeling and Experimental Characterization of Charge Process of Li-O2 Batteries: Impacts of Particle Size and Cycling History – Y. Yin (LRCS (CNRS&UPJV), RS2E), C. Gaya (LRCS (CNRS&UPJV), IRT Saint-Exupery), A. Torayev (LRCS (CNRS&UPJV), ALISTORE ERI), V. Thangavel (LRCS (CNRS&UPJV), RS2E), D. Larcher (LRCS (CNRS&UPJV), RS2E&ALISTORE ERI), and A. A. Franco (LRCS (CNRS&UPJV), RS2E & ALISTORE ERI, Institut Universitaire de France) Quantifying Tortuosity of Porous Li-Ion Battery Electrodes: Comparing PolarizationInterrupt and AC Impedance (BlockingElectrolyte) Methods – F. Pouraghajan, H. Knight, B. A. Mazzeo, and D. R. Wheeler (Brigham Young University) Understanding the Effects of Cell Temperature Gradients on Battery Performance with Mathematical Modeling – R. Deshpande, C. Shaffer, and W. Moore (Ford Motor Company) Using Filtering Techniques on a Physical Based Battery Models to Estimate State of Charge, State of Health, and Remaining Useful Life in a LiFePO4 Battery Management System (BMS) – L. Morris Jr. (Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Florida A&M University - Florida State University) and M. H. Weatherspoon (Florida A&M University - Florida State University) Break System Theoretic Analysis of Battery Charging Optimization – T. Vincent (Electrical Engineering, Colorado School of Mines), P. Weddle, R. J. Kee (Mechanical Engineering, Colorado School of Mines), and G. Tang (Electrical Engineering, Colorado School of Mines) Plastic Deformation of Lithium Metal and Impact on Dendrite Growth Process – P. Barai (Argonne National Laboratory), K. Higa (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and V. Srinivasan (Argonne National Laboratory) Modeling Intercalation Driven Volume Change in Porous Electrodes – T. R. Garrick (General Motors, University of South Carolina), K. Higa (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), V. Srinivasan (Argonne National Laboratory), and J. W. Weidner (University of South Carolina)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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Identifying and Applying State-Space Models Derived from High-Fidelity Physical Models of Li-Ion Batteries – P. Weddle (Mechanical Engineering, Colorado School of Mines), T. Vincent (Electrical Engineering, Colorado School of Mines), and R. J. Kee (Mechanical Engineering, Colorado School of Mines) Zero-Free-Parameter, Mathematically Simple and Accurate Modeling of Battery Response to Discharge Profiles – B. Ulgut and E. Ozdemir (Bilkent University)

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Battery / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Grand Salon C - Section 18, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Electrolytes - General 2 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Wladyslaw Wieczorek and Marek Marcinek 08:00

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Characterizing the Effects of Alkyl Chain Length of Linear Organic Carbonates on Lithium Ion Electrolyte Structure and Dynamics – K. D. Fulfer and D. G. Kuroda (Louisiana State University) Evaluating Transport Properties of LiPF6 in Concentrated EC/DEC Electrolytes By SelfDiffusivity from NMR – Z. Feng (Argonne National Laboratory, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), K. S. Han (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), K. Higa (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and V. Srinivasan (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Argonne National Laboratory) Evaluation of Electrolytes for Si-Based Negative Electrodes – L. Yang (General Motors, R&D Center), M. Cai (General Motors, Global R&D Center), P. Lu (General Motors R&D Center), F. Dai, Q. Xiao (GM Global R&D Center), M. W. Verbrugge (General Motors, R&D Center), M. Jiang (GM R&D Center), G. Dadheech (General Motors), and M. Ruthkosky (GM Global R&D Center) Composite Inorganic-Organic Electrolytes for Use in All-Solid-State Li Batteries – P. R. Chinnam and S. Wunder (Temple University) Solid Electrolytes for Thin Film Li-Ion Batteries with Novel Si and SiC Based Anodes – A. Mentbayeva (National Laboratory Astana, Nazarbayev University, Institute of Batteries LLC), I. Kurmanbayeva (National Laboratory Astana, Nazarbayev University, Institute of Batteries LLP), Z. Kulametov, D. Batyrbekuly (National Laboratory Astana, Nazarbayev University), N. Umirov (Institute of Batteries LLC, National Laboratory Astana, Nazarbayev University), and Z. Bakenov (National Laboratory Astana, Nazarbayev University, Institute of Batteries LLC) Break Compliant Yet Brittle Mechanical Behavior of Li2s-P2S5 Li-Ion Conducting Solid Electrolyte – F. P. McGrogan IV, T. Swamy, S. R. Bishop, E. Eggleton, L. Porz, X. Chen, Y. M. Chiang, and K. J. Van Vliet (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Modeling Na2s Based Glassy Electrolytes for High Performance Solid State Sodium Ion Batteries – A. Dive, C. C. King, S. P. Beckman (Washington State University), S. W. Martin (Iowa State University), and S. Banerjee (Washington State University)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

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Sulfide-Based Solid Electrolytes By Solution Processing – B. S. Lee, X. Xing, H. Liu, and P. Liu (University of California, San Diego) Mesoscale Computational Design of Heterogeneous Solid Electrolytes for Optimum Ionic Conductivity – J. M. Hu, Y. Ji, B. Wang, T. Yang (Pennsylvania State University), and L. Q. Chen (The Pennsylvania State University) Electrochemical Redox Behavior of β-Li3PS4 lithium-Ion Conducting Solid Electrolyte – T. Swamy and Y. M. Chiang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Improving Performance and Cyclability of Printed Flexible Zinc-Air Batteries Using Carbopol Gel Electrolyte – S. Chaduang, W. Lao-atiman, and S. Kheawhom (Chulalongkorn University)

Battery Safety

Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Grand Salon B - Section 12, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Failure Initiation and Propagation – 08:30 – 11:00 Co-Chairs: Shriram Santhanagopalan and Daniel Doughty 08:30

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(Invited) Alternative Battery Failure Initiation Methods – J. Lamb, L. A. M. Steele, and C. J. Orendorff (Sandia National Laboratories) Evaluation of Triggering Approaches of Internal Short Circuit in Lithium Ion Batteries – L. Liu, X. He, L. Lu, M. Ouyang, M. Zhang, and X. Feng (Tsinghua University) NON-Dimensional Analysis of the Critical Condition of LI-ION Battery Thermal Catastrophic Failure – P. Huang (University of Science and Technology of China, Texas A&M University) and Q. Wang (University of Science and Technology of China) Break Modeling Thermal Runaway in Li-Ion Packs As a Function of Scale and Heat Source – R. C. Shurtz and J. Hewson (Sandia National Laboratories) Numerical Investigation of Thermal Runaway Propagation Induced By Internal Short Circuits in Li-Ion Cells – Q. Li, C. Yang, K. Smith, M. Keyser, and A. Pesaran (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) A Test Approach for Evaluating the Safety Considering Thermal Runaway Propagation within the Battery Pack – S. Gao, M. Ouyang (Tsinghua University), L. Lu (Tsinghua University, Collaborative Innovation Center of Electric Vehicles), D. Ren, and X. Feng (Tsinghua University)

Materials for Battery Safety – 13:00 – 14:40 Co-Chairs: Gerardine G Botte and Guangsheng Zhang 13:00

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Plastic Crystal Polymer Electrolytes: A New Material Solution for Safer/Flexible Batteries – K. H. Choi (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology) and S. Y. Lee (Ulsan National Institue of Science and Technology) Continuous Stress Monitoring of Lithiuim Ion Cells during Cycles – G. Wang, S. Zhou (College of Chemical Engineering, Sichuan University), Y. Xiao (College of Chemical Engineering, Sichuan University,), W. Tang, H. Shuai, and K. Yan (College of Chemical Engineering, Sichuan University) 157

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Comprehensive Investigation on the Thermal Stability, Biodegradability and Fire-Induced Hazards of Pyrrolidinium-Based Ionic Liquids – G. G. Eshetu (CIC energigune, Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU-KIT)), S. Jeong (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU-KIT)), J. P. Bertrand, P. Pandard, G. Marlair (INERIS), and S. Passerini (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU-KIT)) Conductive Polymer for Reversible Overcharge Protection in Lithium-Ion Batteries – B. Wang (Institute of Chemical Materials , CAEP) Nanoporous UHMWPE Membrane Separators for Explosion-Proof Rechargeable Batteries – R. Li and P. Gao (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

Lithium-Ion Batteries and Beyond

Battery Grand Salon D - Section 21, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Electrochemical Interfaces in Energy Storage Systems 2 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Neil P. Dasgupta and Gary Koenig 08:00

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Insights into the Ultra-Fast Li Storage Properties of Organic Polymers – Y. Liang, F. Hao (University of Houston), A. Facchetti (Northwestern University), and Y. Yao (University of Houston) In-Situ Monitoring of Stress Developments during Electrochemical Lithiation/Delithiation of Amorphous Silicon Films in Presence/ Absence of ‘Buffer’ Interlayers – M. K. Jangid, F. J. Sonia, R. Lakra, M. Aslam, P. Pant, and A. Mukhopadhyay (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay) Effects of Sintering Temperature and Cathode Composition on Al2O3 Coatings of Lithium-Ion Cathodes – B. Han, C. Peebles (Argonne National Laboratory), T. Penkauskas (University of Illinois at Chicago), J. T. Vaughey, and F. Dogan (Argonne National Laboratory) Atomic Level Surface Structure of Lithium Layered Cathode Material for LithiumIon Batteries – J. Ahn, J. H. Kim (Yonsei University), B. W. Cho (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), K. Y. Chung (Korea University of Science and Technology), and S. H. OH (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) Binder and SEI Distribution on the Negative Electrode of Lithium-Ion Batteries – F. Scheiba (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), L. Pfaffmann, M. Müller, S. Jaiser, and W. Bauer (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) Break Anthraquinone Functionalized Reduced Graphene Oxide As Electrode Material for Aqueous and Non-Aqueous Rechargeable Batteries – B. Esat (Fatih University), S. Bahceci-Sertkol (Istanbul Univeristy), and A. A. Momchilov (Bulgarian Academy Of Sciences) Characterization of Suspensions of LithiumIon Battery Active Materials – G. Koenig and Z. Qi (University of Virginia)

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A Comprehensive Understanding on How Ultrathin Coating Layers on Active Particles Enhance Battery Performance Significantly – S. Sarkar, R. L. Patel (Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla), X. Liang, and J. Park (Missouri University of Science and Technology) A Neutron Reflectometry Study of Solid Electrolyte Interface Formation on a Tungsten Thin Film Electrode – E. D. Rus and J. A. Dura (Center for Neutron Research, NIST) Comparative Studies on Interfacial Kinetics of Ordered and Disordered Spinel LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 – M. R. Amin (Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute) A Novel Li-Metal Alloy Battery with Ultra-Long Cycles at High Rates – J. Niu (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)

Grand Salon D - Section 24, Hilton New Orleans Riverside Lithium-Sulfur Battery 1 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Lin Liu and Yangchuan Xing 08:00

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Investigating the Polysulfides Reactions on the Conducting MagnéLi-Phase Ti4O7 By Means of First Principles Simulations – A. Kachmar, M. Cuisinier, A. Abouimrane, and I. Belharouak (Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute, Hamad Bin Khalifa Universtiy) A Binder Free and High Sulfur Loaded ThreeDimensional Carbon Nanotubes Electrode for High Performance Li-S Batteries – M. D. Patel, E. Cha, C. Kang, and W. Choi (University of North Texas) Sulfur Immobilization By “Chemical Anchor” to Suppress the Dissolving of Polysulfides in Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – Z. Zeng (west virginia univerity), J. Yan, and X. Liu (West Virginia University) Free-Standing, Binder-Free Titanium Suboxide Nanofiber Based Sulfur Cathodes for Li-S Batteries – A. Singh, C. Dillard, and V. Kalra (Drexel University) Polymer Binders That Enhance Li-Ion Transport for High-Performance Li–S Batteries – L. Li (The Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), T. Pascal (Molecular Foundry, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), J. Connell (The Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Argonne National Laboratory), F. Fan (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), S. Meckler (University of California, Berkeley), L. Ma (The Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Y. M. Chiang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), D. Prendergast, and B. A. Helms (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Break Operando Spectromicroscopy of LithiumSulfur Batteries – E. C. Miller (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory), R. M. Kasse (Stanford University), B. R. Perdue (Sandia National Laboratories), K. R. Zavadil (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), and M. F. Toney (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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Sparingly Solvating Electrolytes for Lis Batteries – L. Cheng, M. Balasubramanian, C. W. Lee, S. Ha, K. G. Gallagher (Argonne National Laboratory, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), and K. R. Zavadil (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Sandia National Laboratories) Investigating the Three-Dimensional Microstructural Characteristics of LithiumSulfur Electrodes with X-Ray MicroTomography – C. Tan, S. Randjbar Daemi, D. J. L. Brett, and P. R. Shearing (University College London) A Li2s@SiO2 Modified Separator to Suppress Polysulfide Shuttle Effect and Li Dendrite Growth for Li-S Batteries – Y. Ren, H. Jiang, X. Zhou, Y. Zeng, M. Liu, and T. Zhao (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) Lithium-Sulfur Batteries with an UltrahighSulfur-Loading Carbon-Cotton Cathode – S. H. Chung, C. H. Chang, and A. Manthiram (The University of Texas at Austin) Study of Polysulfide Speciation in Lithium Sulfur Batteries Using in Situ Confocal Raman Microscopy – J. McBrayer (University of New Mexico, Sandia National Laboratories), T. E. Beechem III, B. R. Perdue (Sandia National Laboratories), F. H. Garzon (University of New Mexico, Sandia National Laboratories), and C. A. Apblett (Sandia National Laboratories)

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Grand Salon D - Section 24, Hilton New Orleans Riverside Lithium-Sulfur Battery 2 – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Lin Liu and Yangchuan Xing 14:00

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Grand Salon D - Section 21, Hilton New Orleans Riverside Electrochemical Interfaces in Energy Storage Systems 3 – 14:00 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Frieder Scheiba and Binghong Han 14:00

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Conversion Mechanism of CuF2 for Secondary Batteries – K. J. Carroll, J. O. Clemmons, B. Li, and D. Strand (Wildcat Discovery Technologies) Well Dispersed RuO2 Nanoparticle on NiCo2O4 Nanosheet Architectures As Efficient Bifunctional Catalysts for Lithium-oxygen Batteries – L. Zou (Huazhong University of Science &Technology), Y. Jiang (Huazhong University of Science and Technology), B. Chi (HUST-Huazhong University of Science and Technology), and J. Cheng (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) Enhanced Performance of Lithium-Ion Batteries By Atomic Layer Deposition Thin Film Coating – X. Liang (Missouri University of Science and Technology) Approaching in-Situ Investigation of SEI Growth Dynamics By Isotope-Assisted TOFSIMS – P. Lu (General Motors R&D Center), Z. Liu (The Pennsylvania State University), Q. Zhang (Optimal CAE), X. Xiao (General Motors, R&D Center), and L. Q. Chen (The Pennsylvania State University) Tuning the Mn Deposition on the Anode to Improve the Cycle Performance of the Mn-Based Lithium Ion Battery – C. Zhan (Argonne National Laboratory), X. Qiu (Tsinghua University Beijing), J. Lu, and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

The Impact of Dead Li on Mass Transport, Voltage Profiles, Capacity, and Failure of Lithium Metal Anodes – K. H. Chen, K. N. Wood, E. Kazyak, W. S. LePage, A. L. Davis, A. J. Sanchez, and N. P. Dasgupta (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)

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3D Conductive Network with High Loading Li2s for High Performance Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – D. H. Wang and J. Tu (Zhejiang University) In Operando Measurement of Lithium Polysulfides in Lithium-Sulfur Batteries Using Attenuated Total Reflection Spectroscopy – N. Saqib, G. M. Ohlhausen, and J. M. Porter (Colorado School of Mines) Carbon Nanotube (CNT) Foams As Sulfur Hosts for High Performance Lithium Sulfur Battery – C. Shen, J. Xie, M. Zhang, J. P. Zheng (Florida State University), M. A. Hendrickson, and E. J. Plichta (Army Power Division, RDER-CCA) Nmr’s Perspective of Speciation Process in Lithium Sulfur Batteries – H. Wang (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), N. Sa (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), M. He (Argonne National Laboratory), J. T. Vaughey (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), L. F. Nazar (University of Waterloo), M. Balasubramanian (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), B. Key (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), and K. G. Gallagher (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research) Break Highly Stable Lithium Anode Protected with Conformal Aluonce for High Mass-Loading Li-S Batteries – L. Chen (Argonne National Laboratory, Illinois Institute of Technology), Z. Huang, R. Shahbazian-Yassar (University of Illinois at Chicago), J. A. Libera (Argonne National Laboratory), K. Klavetter (University of Texas at Austin), K. R. Zavadil (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Sandia National Laboratories), and J. W. Elam (Argonne National Laboratory, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research) Encapsulating of Sulfur and Acetylene Black with Manganese Dioxide Nanosheets for High-Performance Lithium–Sulfur Batteries – M. D. Walle (Central South University) The Role of the Carbon-Matrix in the Performance of Lithium-Sulfur Cell – M. Agostini, D. H. Lim, and A. Matic (Chalmers University of Technology) R&D for Lithium/Sulfur Batteries with Super High Energy Density – H. Zhang Sr. (Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics,CAS) Enhancement of Cycling Performance of Li-S Batteries By Redox-Active AnthraquinoneBased Polymers – K. C. Lau (Argonne National Laboratory, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), N. L. Dietz Rago (Argonne National Laboratory), J. Connell (The Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), C. Liao (JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory), and Z. Zhang (Argonne National Laboratory) 159

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Thermal Behavior and Heat Generation Modeling of Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – D. I. Stroe, V. Knap, M. Swierczynski, and E. Schaltz (Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University)

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Grand Salon D - Section 21, Hilton New Orleans Riverside Fundamental Studies 3 – 16:20 – 18:20 Co-Chairs: Alevtina Smirnova and Bugga V. Ratnakumar 16:20

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Use of RF Glow Discharge Optical Emission Spectroscopy for the Study of Lithium Ion Batteries – M. Chausseau (HORIBA Scientific), P. Hunault, K. Savadkouei (Horiba Scientific), P. Chapon, and S. Gaiaschi (Horiba Jobin Yvon S.A.S.) Novel Approach for the Determination of Active Lithium Loss in Lithium Ion Batteries – F. Holtstiege, A. Wilken, M. Winter, and T. Placke (University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center) Electrochemical-Thermal Modelling and Optimisation of Lithium Ion Battery Design Parameters Using Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) – E. Hosseinzadeh, J. Marco, and P. Jennings (WMG - University of Warwick) Mechanistic Insights into Oxygen Reduction and Evolution Reactions in Non-Aqueous Metal-Air Batteries – Y. Zhang, X. Zhang, J. Wang, S. Ma, L. Guo (Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry), S. Rawal, W. C. McKee, Y. Xu (Louisiana State University), and Z. Peng (Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry) Analyzing High-Voltage Graphite/Lnmo Cells with a Novel Impedance Procedure Utilizing a Micro-Reference Electrode – D. Pritzl (Technische Universität München), J. Landesfeind, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich) Enhanced Heat Transfer in Porous Media for Reducing Degradation of the of LithiumIon Batteries – M. Jabbari (Warwick Manufacturing Group, University of Warwick) and R. Kian (Dep of Industrial Engineering, Istanbul Bilgi University)

Student Slam: Beyond Lithium 1 – 08:30 – 09:45 Co-Chairs: Mickdy S. Milien and Jennifer Hoffmann 08:30

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Battery Grand Salon C - Section 13, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

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Li2s Nanoparticles for for a Better Understanding of the First Charge Working Mechanism of Li-Ion/Sulfur Batteries: An Operando XAS/Xes Coupled with XRD Analysis – A. Robba (CEA Liten, Université Grenoble Alpes - LEPMI), R. Bouchet (LEPMI Laboratory), C. Barchasz (CEA, LITEN, F-38054 Grenoble, France), J. F. Colin (Université Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LITEN), E. Elkaïm (Synchrotron SOLEIL, Saint Aubin 91190, France), K. Kvashnina, G. Vaughan (ESRF), M. Kavcic (Institut Jozeph Stefan), and F. Alloin (Université Grenoble Alpes -CNRS) Three-Dimensional Lithium-Iodine Microbatteries for Implantable Devices – M. A. Citrin and J. R. Greer (California Institute of Technology)

Methodology for Assessing the Lithium-Sulfur Battery Degradation for Practical Applications – V. Knap, D. I. Stroe (Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University), R. Purkayastha, S. Walus (Oxis Energy Limited), D. J. Auger, A. Fotouhi, and K. Propp (Cranfield University) Investigation of Oxidizing Graphene Halides for Li/S Batteries – E. Pardo, E. Thai, N. Dunham, J. Alonso, J. Garcia, A. Dinh, and T. H. Yu (California State University, Long Beach) Experimental Protocol for Magnesium Electrochemistry – R. C. Masse and G. Cao (University of Washington) Intrinsic Conductivity in Magnesium-Oxygen Battery Discharge Products: MgO and MgO2 – J. G. Smith (University of Michigan), J. Naruse, H. Hiramatsu (DENSO), and D. J. Siegel (Technical University of Denmark)

Investigation into the Mechanism and Causes of Gassing in Li4Ti5O12 Based/ LiMn2O4  LiIon Battery Systems – J. Hoffmann (University of Rhode Island, BASF), M. S. Milien, B. Lucht (University of Rhode Island), J. Li, M. Payne, J. Sans, and S. Stephenson (BASF) Calculating Anisotropic Correlated Chemical Expansion of Oxygen and Lithium Vacancies in Li2MnO3 to Determine Vacancy Concentrations – C. James (Michigan State University), L. Nation (Brown University), J. Li, N. J. Dudney (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), B. W. Sheldon (Brown University), and Y. Qi (Michigan State University) Current Redistribution and Uneven Heat Generation in a Lithium-Ion Battery Pack with Cells of Initial Performance Difference – D. DAN, Z. Li, and Y. Zhang (Tsinghua University) The Effects of Electrolyte Additives on Li4Ti5O12 and How They Impact Gassing – M. S. Milien, J. Hoffmann (University of Rhode Island), J. Li, M. Payne, S. Stephenson, J. Sans (BASF), and B. L. Lucht (University of Rhode Island) Comparative Studies of Ti Doped LiNi0.7Co0.3O2 and LiNi0.7Co0.3O2 Nano Cathode Material for High Energy Density Li-Ion Battery – R. Rusdi (Centre for Nanomaterials Research,Institute of Science), N. Kamarulzaman (Centre for Nanomaterials Research, Institute of Science), and H. Rusdi (University of Malaya (UM), Malaysia) Novel Lithium Manganese Silicate with Stable Structure upon Cycling As Positive Electrode for Lithium-Ion Batteries – G. Lefèvre, J. B. Ducros (CEA-LITEN), A. Boulineau (CEA Grenoble - LITEN), A. Benayad (CEA, LITEN), and S. Martinet (CEA-LITEN) Thermal Model for High Capacity LithiumIon Battery at the Cell Scale and Experimental Validation – D. Allart, M. Montaru (CEA LITEN), and H. Gualous (Université de Caen Normandie)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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A Statistical Mechanical Model Incorporating Coupled Concentration-Strain Effects in Lithium Ion Battery Electrode – H. Chen and H. Y. S. Huang (North Carolina State University) A Novel LiTi2O4-XCx As Li-Ion Battery Anode Material – D. Li, A. R. Armstrong (University of St Andrews), and J. T. S. Irvine (University of St. Andrews) Engineered Current Collector Interface for High Energy Density Li-Ion Batteries – L. K. Ventrapragada, R. Podila, and A. M. Rao (Clemson University) Composite Tin Dioxide-Titanium Dioxide Nanostructured Thin Film Electrodes As Lithium-Ion Anodes – C. T. Kacica (Washington University in St Louis), L. S. Wang, T. S. Chadha, and P. Biswas (Washington University in St. Louis)

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Morphological, Structural and Electrochemical Analysis of NaN3 Sacrificial Salt Containing P2-Na0.67[Fe0.5Mn0.5]O2 Cathode and Hard Carbon Anode Sodium-Ion Battery – J. Mtz. de Ilarduya (CICenergigune), L. Otaegui (CIC energiGUNE), J. M. López del Amo (CIC Energigune), M. Armand (CIC EnergiGUNE), and G. Singh (CIC energigune) Li/Ag2VO2PO4 Batteries: The Roles of Composite Electrode Constituents on Electrochemistry – A. Bruck (Stony Brook University), D. C. Bock, C. J. Pelliccione (Brookhaven National Laboratory), Y. Zhang, K. J. Takeuchi, A. C. Marschilok, and E. S. Takeuchi (Stony Brook University) Ordered and Disordered Hybrid Tunnel Structured Manganese Oxides for Na-Ion Batteries – B. Byles and E. Pomerantseva (Drexel University) Study to Improve Electrolytes in Sodium Batteries – D. Walker, E. Thai, T. Higgwe, and T. H. Yu (California State University, Long Beach) Chloride Ions Assisted Charge Transfer Reaction in Lithium-Ion Batteries with Ag As Cathode Materials – H. Wang, Y. Li, J. Zhang, and D. Y. W. Yu (City University of Hong Kong) Optimizing the Electrolyte for GlucoseDerived Carbon Based Na-Ion Battery – R. Väli, T. Thomberg, A. Jänes, and E. Lust (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu) Polymer-Sulfide Composite Solid State Electrolyte with Enhanced Interfacial Stability with Sodium Metal – Y. Zhang, P. Hu, and Y. Yao (University of Houston) Nafe(HPO4)2: A New Polyanionic Cathode Material for Lithium and Sodium-Ion Batteries – P. Sandineni (Missouri University of Science & Technology) and A. Choudhury (Missouri University of Science and Technology) Demonstration of Carbon-Free Lithium-Ion Redox Flow Couple – Z. Qi and G. Koenig (University of Virginia) NaVO3: A Surprising Cathode Material for Rechargeable Na-Ion Battery – J. Zhang (City University of Hong Kong) and D. Y. W. Yu (City University of Hong Kong)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Application of Ordered Intermetallic Nanoparticles to Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – Y. Liu, T. Gunji, T. Tsuda, T. Tanabe, S. Kaneko, T. Ohsaka, and F. Matsumoto (Kanagawa University)

Optimizing Design Parameters of Li-Ion Batteries for Phev and EV – M. Xu and X. Wang (Oakland University) Investigating SEI Formation on Lithium Metal Anodes – S. Jurng, Z. L. Brown, and B. L. Lucht (University of Rhode Island) Dissolvable Conducting Polymers for Electrochemical Energy Storage – V. Diaz and R. Warren (University of Utah) Phase Content and Conductivity of Aluminumand Tantalum-Doped Garnet-Type Lithium Lanthanum Zirconate Solid Electrolyte Materials – X. Zhang and J. Fergus (Auburn University) Reducing Inhomogeneous Current Density Distribution in Graphite Electrodes By Design Optimization – F. M. Kindermann, G. Ehlert, P. J. Osswald (Technical University of Munich (TUM), EES), J. Schuster (Technical University of Munich (TUM), TEC), A. Rheinfeld, and A. Jossen (Technical University of Munich (TUM), EES) The Response and Limits of Fast Discharge and Charge Rates of Electrodeposited V2O5 Inverse Opal Networks in Lithium Batteries – S. O’Hanlon and C. O’Dwyer (University College Cork) Studies on Complex Electrolytes for Divalent Batteries – L. Merrill, S. Upadhyay, and J. L. Schaefer (University of Notre Dame) Hybrid Cathode of LiFePO4 and Activated Carbon Prepared with a Porous Al Current Collector and Its Battery Performance – T. Tsuda, T. Gunji, T. Tanabe, S. Kaneko, T. Ohsaka (Kanagawa University), N. Soma, K. Itagaki (Wired Co., Ltd), and F. Matsumoto (Kanagawa University) Nanoimprinting of Woodpile Electrodes for 3D Lithium-Ion Microbatteries with Both High Capacity and Power – W. Li (University of Massachusetts at Amherst), Y. Zhou (University of Massachusetts Amherst), I. Howell, Y. Gai (University of Massachusetts at Amherst), K. R. Carter, and J. J. Watkins (University of Massachusetts Amherst) Hydrothermal Assembly of Submicron Si Recovered from Si Waste with Graphene and Carbon for Scalable Lithium Battery Anodes – B. Lee, T. Liu (Georgia Institute of Technology), H. Jang, H. D. Jang (Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources), and S. W. Lee (Georgia Institute of Technology) A Steric Approach to Modifying Redox Potentials – C. F. Elliott, M. D. Casselman, S. Modekrutti, C. Risko, and S. A. Odom (University of Kentucky)

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Carbon Nanostructures for Energy Conversion

Nanocarbons / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Churchill C1, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Energy Storage 2 – 08:00 – 11:00 Co-Chairs: Yuan Chen and Andrew John Ferguson 08:00

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Structural and Electrochemical Characterizations of Waste Cooking Oil Based Nano Carbons As Electrode Materials for Lithium Ion Capacitors – A. A. Arie, L. Hadisaputra, R. F. Susanti (Parahyangan Catholic University), J. K. Lee (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), and H. Devianto (Institute Teknologi Bandung) Delignification Enhances Capacitance of Wood-Derived Electrodes – Y. Zhao and M. F. Islam (Carnegie Mellon University) (Invited) Nanographenes and Their SelfAssemblies for Highly Efficient Energy Devices – H. L. Wang (Southern University of Science and Technology), G. Wu (University at Buffalo, the State University of New York), S. Tretiak, H. J. Yen, and E. F. Holby (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Electrochemical Lithiation-Delithiation of Sulfur in Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes – C. Fu (University of California at Riverside), G. Li (University of California, Riverside), R. C. Haddon (University of California - Riverside), and J. Guo (University of California, Riverside) Vertical Aligned Graphene/Metal Sulfides/NDoped Carbon Ternary Sandwich Hierarchical Structure for Sodium Storage – D. Xie (Zhejiang University), X. Xia (zhejiang University), and J. Tu (Zhejiang Univerity) mid-morning break Theoretical Investigation of Oxygen- and Bromine-Functionalized Model Carbon Structures for Li-Redox Activity – S. H. Rawal (Louisiana State University), G. K. P. Dathar (Samsung Research & Development Institute India), W. A. Shelton, and Y. Xu (Louisiana State University) Nanocarbon Current Collectors for Aqueous Batteries – J. Hayden, C. F. Lin, W. Luo (University of Maryland, College Park), G. W. Rubloff (Nanostructures for Electrical Energy Storage (NEES)), and L. Hu (University of Maryland) An Impedance Study on Porous Carbon/ Lithium Titanate Composites for Li-Ion Battery – Z. Deng, C. K. Ho, C. Y. V. Li, and K. Y. Chan (The University of Hong Kong)

Catalysis 1 – 11:00 – 12:00 Chair: Andrew John Ferguson 11:00

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(Invited) Advanced Carbon Structures for PEMFC – D. Strmcnik, D. Li, P. P. Lopes, E. Coleman, H. Lv, N. M. Markovic, and V. Stamenkovic (Argonne National Laboratory) 615 Graphene-Based “Core-Shell” Hierarchical Nanostructured Low-Pt Electrocatalysts for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – V. Di Noto (Department of Industrial Engineering University of Padua, INSTM), E. Negro (Department of Industrial Engineering University of Padua, Centro Studi “Giorgio Levi Cases”), K. Vezzù (Department of Industrial Engineering University of Padua, INSTM), A. Nale, Y. Bang, F. Bertasi, G. Nawn (Department of Industrial Engineering University of Padua), and G. Pagot (Centro Studi “Giorgio Levi Cases”, Department of Industrial Engineering University of Padua) 616 Preparation of Porous Graphene Via Covalent Functionalization for Efficient Electrocatalysis in Oxygen Reduction – M. S. Ahmed and Y. B. Kim (Chonnam National University)

Catalysis 2 – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Vito Di Noto and Jeffrey L. Blackburn 14:00

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(Invited) Electroreduction of Oxygen on Nitrogen-Doped Carbide-Derived Carbon Materials in Alkaline Media – S. Ratso, I. Kruusenberg, M. Käärik (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu), M. Kook, R. Saar, M. Pärs (Institute of Physics, University of Tartu), J. Leis, and K. Tammeveski (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu) (Invited) Multifunctional Graphene-Coated Carbon Nanotube Aerogels – M. F. Islam (Carnegie Mellon University) Carbon Nanotube-Based Non-Noble Metal Catalyst for Oxidation Reduction Reaction – N. Nakashima and J. Yang (Kyushu University) Freestanding Graphene-Coated Carbon Nanotube Aerogels Decorated with Metal Nanoparticles As High Performance Electrodes for Ethanol Oxidation – M. Xie and M. F. Islam (Carnegie Mellon University) DFT Simulation of the Oxygen Reduction Reaction on Graphene Catalyst Edges – Q. Ly (California State University, Long Beach), W. A. Goddard III (California Institute of Technology), and T. H. Yu (California Institute of Technology, California State University, Long Beach) mid-afternoon break Structures of Boron Loaded Turbostratic Graphene with Enhanced Performance in Solid Acid Fuel Cell – M. Tian (University of Tennessee, Knoxville), W. Tennyson (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), A. B. Papandrew, R. A. Elgammal (University of Tennessee, Knoxville), G. Eres (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), G. Duscher (University of Tennessee, Knoxville), A. A. Puretzky, D. B. Geohegan (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and T. A. Zawodzinski (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, University of Tennessee, Knoxville)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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Nitrogen, Phosphorus Dual-Doped Ordered Mesoporous Carbon Electrocatalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – G. Zhao, J. Xu, and T. Zhao (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) Enhanced Visible Light Photocatalytic Activity of Carbon Nanotube Aerogels Decorated with Titania By Phase Selective Interface Engineering – Y. Xu, S. Liu, P. A. Salvador, G. S. Rohrer, and M. F. Islam (Carnegie Mellon University) Electrochemical Behavior By DFT of Nanostructured Carbon Surfaces Modified By S or N – E. Montiel-Macias (Instituto Tecnológico de Cancún, Department of Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University), P. B. Balbuena (Department of Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University), and Y. Verde Gómez (Instituto Tecnológico de Cancún) Highly Active Transition Metal and Nitrogen Co-Doped Carbon Nanotube Based Cathode Catalysts for Anion Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – I. Kruusenberg (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu), D. Ramani (Arizona State University), S. Ratso, K. Tammeveski (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu), and A. M. Kannan (Fulton Schools of Engineering, Arizona State University) Graphene-Based Electrocatalysts to Boost Electrocatalytic Reduction of Oxygen in Bioelectrochemical Systems – B. Mecheri, V. C. A. Ficca, M. A. Costa de Oliveira, A. D’Epifanio (University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy), E. Placidi (CNR-ISM, Italy, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy), F. Arciprete, and S. Licoccia (University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy)

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Nanocarbon Optoelectronic Properties in Biomedicine 2 – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Markita Landry and Daniel A. Heller 10:00

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Carbon Nanostructures in Medicine and Biology

Nanocarbons / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Churchill A2, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Nanocarbon Optoelectronic Properties in Biomedicine 1 – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Daniel A. Heller and Ardemis Anoush Boghossian 08:00

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(Invited) Single Carbon Nanotube Tracking Reveals Nanoscale Organization of the Extracellular Space in Live Brain Tissue – L. Cognet (Univ. Bordeaux, Institut d’Optique Graduate School & CNRS) (Invited) Synthetic Infrared Nanosensors for Brain Imaging of Modulatory Neurotransmitters – M. Landry, A. Beyene, and J. T. Del Bonis-O’Donnell (University of California Berkeley) Graphene Quantum Dots: Emerging Carbon Nanomaterials – C. Hadad (Université de Picardie Jules Verne, University of Trieste), J. M. Gonzalez Dominguez, A. Istif, and T. Da Ros (University of Trieste) (Invited) Synthetic Protein Recognition Using Fluorescent Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes – G. Bisker and M. S. Strano (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Cellular Targeting of Carbon Nanotubes By Helical Polymers – J. Budhathoki-Uprety (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), R. E. Langenbacher (Weill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University), P. V. Jena (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), and D. A. Heller (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University) Break

(Invited) Noninvasive Detection and Spectral Triangulation of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes In Vivo – R. B. Weisman, C. W. Lin, S. M. Bachilo, K. M. Beckingham (Rice University), H. Yang, and R. C. Bast Jr. (Univ. of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center) Delivery of Large Volume Single Walled Carbon Nanotube Sensor Liquid Via Hydrogel Encapsulation – N. M. Iverson, E. M. Hofferber, S. C. Walsh, J. A. Stapleton, J. J. Adams, and V. A. Bart (University of Nebraska Lincoln) (Invited) Organelle-Specific Targeting and Localization of Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes – K. N. Dahl and M. F. Islam (Carnegie Mellon University) Interaction of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes (SWCNTs) with Photosynthetic Organisms – A. Antonucci, N. Schuergers, and A. A. Boghossian (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne) Experimental and Computational Approaches to Explore the the Mechanisms of Carbon Nanotube Biosensing – P. V. Jena (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), J. Mittal (Lehigh University), D. A. Heller (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University), M. Safaee, and D. Roxbury (University of Rhode Island) Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes for the Quantification of Active Chemotherapy Drugs – J. D. Harvey (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University), H. Baker (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), T. V. Galassi (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University), R. M. Williams (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), and D. A. Heller (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University)

Nanocarbon Optoelectronic Properties in Biomedicine 3 – 14:00 – 15:20 Co-Chairs: Ardemis Anoush Boghossian and Tatiana Da Ros 14:00

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Graphene Oxide: A Modifiable Platform for Drug Delivery Imaging and Sensing – A. V. Naumov, E. Sizemore, M. T. Hasan (Texas Christian University), and M. Culp (Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota) (Invited) Single-Molecule Electronic Sensors to Monitor Conformational Dynamics in Nucleic Acids – D. Bouilly (Université de Montréal)

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Toward Single-Color Carbon Nanotube Fluorescence Microscopy – R. E. Langenbacher (Weill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University), J. Budhathoki-Uprety (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), D. A. Heller (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University), P. V. Jena, D. Roxbury (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), M. Zheng (National Institute of Standards and Technology), and J. D. Harvey (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University) Cylindrical Graphene Nanomaterials for Disease Assessment and Drug Development – D. A. Heller (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), J. Budhathoki-Uprety, R. Frederiksen (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), T. V. Galassi, J. D. Harvey (Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University), C. P. Horoszko (cornell), P. V. Jena (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), R. E. Langenbacher (Weill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University), D. Roxbury (University of Rhode Island), J. Shah, Y. Shamay, and R. M. Williams (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center)

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Carbon Nanotubes - From Fundamentals to Devices: In Memory of Mildred Dresselhaus Nanocarbons / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Churchill B1, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Devices and Applications 2 – 08:00 – 09:00 Chair: YuHuang Wang 08:00

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(Invited) Optical and Electrical Generation of Exciton-Polaritons in Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes – J. Zaumseil (University of Heidelberg) (Invited) Single Ion Adsorption on Individual Isolated Single Walled Carbon Nanotube Field Effect Transistors – S. B. Cronin (University of Southern California) and A. Bushmaker (The Aerospace Corporation) (Invited) Sensitizing Carbon Nanotube Transistors for Single Molecule Sensor Applications – P. G. Collins (Univ. of California, Irvine)

Graphene and Beyond: 2D Materials

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Physics and Electronics – 10:00 – 12:00 Chair: Matt W. Graham 10:00

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Nanocarbons / Dielectric Science and Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Churchill A1, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Physics and Photophysics – 08:00 – 10:00 Chair: Richard Martel 08:00

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(Invited) Strongly-Bound Interlayer Exciton States in Twisted Bilayer Materials – M. W. Graham (Oregon State University) Excitonic Properties and Ultrafast Carrier Dynamics in 2D Hybrid Organic-Perovskites – K. Abdelbaki (ENS Paris Saclay), H. Diab, F. Lédée (Laboratoire Aimé Cotton, ENS Paris Saclay), D. Garrot (GEMAC, UVSQ), E. Deleporte, and J. S. Lauret (Laboratoire Aimé Cotton, ENS Paris Saclay)

Phonon and Defect Induced Transparencies in the Mid-Infrared Spectrum of Grafted Single Layer Graphene – F. Lapointe (Université de Montréal, National Research Council Canada), B. Rousseau, M. Nguyen, V. Aymong (Université de Montréal, Regroupement Québécois sur les Matériaux de Pointe), M. Biron (École Polytechnique de Montréal, Regroupement Québécois sur les Matériaux de Pointe), É. Gaufrès (Université de Montréal, Regroupement Québécois sur les Matériaux de Pointe), P. Desjardins (École Polytechnique de Montréal, Regroupement Québécois sur les Matériaux de Pointe), M. Côté, and R. Martel (Université de Montréal, Regroupement Québécois sur les Matériaux de Pointe) Classification of Graphene Islands Via Confocal Raman Spectra Cluster Analysis – M. Blades (Department of Physics, Lehigh University), T. Ignatova (Department of Materials Science, Lehigh University), H. Q. Ta (Soochow University, Polish Academy of Sciences), A. Bachmatiuk (Polish Academy of Sciences, IFW Dresden), M. H. Rummeli (Soochow University, Polish Academy of Sciences), Y. H. Lee (Sungkyunkwan University), and S. V. Rotkin (Department of Physics, Lehigh University) Probing the Dielectric Response of Exfoliated Black Phosphorous in Free Standing Conditions – E. Gaufres (CNRS), F. Fossard (CNRS-ONERA), A. Favron, V. Gosselin, M. Côté, R. Martel (Université de Montréal), and A. Loiseau (CNRS-Onera) Break

(Invited) Black Phosphorus Field Effect Transistors: Passivation By Oxidation, and the Role of Anisotropy in Magnetotransport – T. Szkopek, G. Gervais (McGill University), M. Peruzzini (Istituto di Chimica dei Composti Organometallici - CNR), and S. Heun (NEST Istituto Nanoscienze-CNR, Scuola Normale Superiore) Hyperbolic Cooling of a Graphene on BN Transistor in the Zener-Klein Regime – W. Yang (Ecole Normale Superieure), S. Berthou (Université Paris Diderot, Ecole Normale Supérieure), X. Lu (Chinese Academy of Sciences), K. Watanabe (NIMS), G. Zhang (Chinese Academy of Sciences), E. Baudin (Ecole Normale Superieure), B. Placais (CNRS, Ecole Normale Superieure), and C. Voisin (Ecole Normale Supérieure) Electrical Properties of the Multilayered Graphene in Terms of Carrier Density and Mobility – M. S. Kim, H. M. Kim (Seoul National University), S. Son (Haesung DS), M. Kim, S. Lee (Seoul National University), D. K. Won, J. Ryu (Haesung DS), and K. B. Kim (Seoul National University) Trap Densities at Gate Dielectric/2D Channel Interface By Capacitance Measurements – A. Krishnaprasad and T. Roy (University of Central Florida)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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Doping of Graphene By Atomic Layer Deposition of Ruthenium – M. Kim, K. J. Kim (Seoul National University), S. J. Lee (Yeungnam University), H. M. Kim (Seoul National University), S. Y. Cho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), M. S. Kim (Seoul National University), S. H. Kim (Yeungnam University), and K. B. Kim (Seoul National University) Thickness Dependence of GrapheneHexagonal Boron Nitride-Graphene Based 2D Capacitor – Y. Stehle, I. Vlassiouk (Oak Ridge National Lab), G. Polyzos (oak Ridge National Lab), S. Smirnov (new mexico state university), and P. Datskos (oak Ridge National Lab)

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Physics and Devices – 14:00 – 15:20 Chair: Thomas Szkopek 14:00

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Electrostatic Double Layer Flash Memory Based on Two-Dimensional Crystals – S. Fullerton, K. Xu, J. Liang (University of Pittsburgh), H. Lu (University of Notre Dame), W. Wang, H. Kim (University of Texas at Dallas), I. Kwak (University of California, San Diego), K. Cho (The University of Texas at Dallas), A. Kummel (University of California, San Diego), and A. Seabaugh (University of Notre Dame) Bright Multicolor Bandgap Fluorescent Carbon Quantum Dots for Electroluminescent Light-Emitting Diodes – L. Fan (Beijing Normal University) A SPICE Compatible Model of Graphene/ Silicon Schottky Barrier Photodiode – X. Chen and A. Srivastava (Louisiana State University) Capacitance of Graphene/Copper Hybrid Nano Ribbon Interconnect - a First Principle Study – K. M. Mohsin, A. Srivastava (Louisiana State University), A. K. Sharma, and C. Mayberry (United States Air Force Research Laboratory)

Processes at the Semiconductor Solution Interface 7

Elimination of Oxidation Induced Interstitial Injection Via Ge Implants – T. P. Martin, K. S. Jones (University of Florida), R. A. CamilloCastillo (Intel), C. Hatem (Global Foundries), and Y. Xin (FLorida State University High Magnetic Field Lab) 1242 (Invited) Phase Transition and Related Energy Applications of (Hf,Zr)O2 Films – M. H. Park and C. S. Hwang (Seoul National University) 1243 Simulation of the Interfaces of Anatase TIO2 (001), (100), (101) with KOH Solution By Molecular Dynamics – L. Sang and L. Lei (Beijing University of Technology) 1244 Robustness Testing of Anodic Passivated Layers on InP By Electrochemistry – A. M. Gonçalves (Institut Lavoisier de Versailles), N. Simon (ILV- CNRS - UVSQ), D. Aureau, M. Frégnaux, and A. Etcheberry (Institut Lavoisier de Versailles) 1245 Cu2(ZnSn)(SSe)4 Electrodeposition from a Single Bath and Sulfur-Selenium Atomic Ratio Optimization – M. A. Saeed (A’Sharqiyah University)

Materials and Devices – 14:00 – 15:40 Co-Chairs: Colm O’Dwyer and Heli Wang 14:00

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Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology / Electrodeposition / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Churchill C2, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Metal Oxides 2 and Semiconductor Electrochemistry – 08:30 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Heli Wang and Robert P. Lynch 08:30

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ZnO Electrodeposition on Boron-Doped Diamond: Effects of Diamond Surface Terminations – N. Simon (ILV- CNRS UVSQ), A. M. Gonçalves (Institut Lavoisier de Versailles), P. Gautier, A. Vallée (ILVCNRS - UVSQ), and A. Etcheberry (Institut Lavoisier de Versailles) Electrodeposition of Germanene from Aqueous Solution, pH 9.0 – N. Bui, M. Ledina, J. Jung, T. J. Reber, and J. L. Stickney (University of Georgia) Silicon Anodization As a New Way to Transfer 3D Nano-Imprinted Pattern into a Substrate – L. Nouri, N. Posseme, S. Landis, F. Milesi, and F. Gaillard (CEA, LETI) Break Catalysts to Enhance Chemical Etching of Ge Surfaces in Water: From Noble Metals to Reduced Graphene Oxide – K. Arima, K. Nakade, D. Mori, Y. Saito, K. Kawai, and M. Morita (Osaka University)

Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

Resistive Switching Characteristics of Hydrogen Peroxide Surface Oxidized ZnOBased Transparent Resistive Memory Devices – F. M. Simanjuntak (National Dong Hwa University, National Chiao Tung University), C. C. Lin (National Dong Hwa University), and T. Y. Tseng (National Chiao Tung University) Comparative Investigation of Graphene Quantum Dots and Graphitic-Phase C3N4 Nanosheets in Terms of Photoluminescence Properties and Biomedical Imaging – J. Dong, Y. Zhao, K. Wang (Taishan Medical University), and L. Dong (Hamline University, Taishan Medical University) Silicon Nitride Spacer Etching with Nearly Atomic Precision for 2D and 3D Devices – V. Ah-Leung (CEA-LETI), N. Posseme (CEA, LETI), O. Pollet (CEA-LETI), L. Nouri (CEA, LETI), M. Garcia Barros (ST Microelectronics, CEA-LETI), and S. Barnola (CEA-LETI) Improvement in Electrical Characteristics of ALD Al2O3 Film by Microwave Excited Ar/ O2 Plasma Treatment – M. Saito, T. Suwa, A. Teramoto, Y. Koda, R. Kuroda, Y. Shiba, and S. Sugawa (Tohoku University) CMP and Consideration of Stop-on Selectivity in Advanced Node Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology – S. Tsai (GlobalFoundries), H. Amanapu (IBM), R. Xie, J. Zhang, C. Labelle, H. Huang, J. H. Han (GlobalFoundries), D. R. Koli (GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc), and C. Surisetty (IBM)

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Oxygen or Hydrogen Evolution Catalysts for Water Electrolysis 3

Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Grand Salon A - Section 3, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

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Materials for Low Temperature Electrochemical Systems 3

Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Grand Salon B - Section 7, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Bifunctional Catalysts – 08:25 – 10:30 Co-Chairs: Hongmei Luo and Gang Wu

General Electrocatalysis 2 – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Keith J. Stevenson and Tatsuya Takeguchi

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Introductory Remarks (Invited) Perovskite Oxide As High Performance Bifunctional Catalyst in Alkaline Solution – L. Yan and H. Luo (New Mexico State University) Highly Efficient Water Splitting with Nickel Telluride: A Novel Bifunctional Electrocatalyst in Alkaline Medium – U. De Silva (Missouri University Science & Technology), W. P. R. Liyanage, J. Masud, and M. Nath (Missouri University of Science & Technology) Highly Stable Nanocarbon Catalysts for Bifunctional Oxygen Reduction and Evolution Reactions in Alkaline Media – S. Gupta (University at Buffalo), S. Zhao (University of Connecticut), H. Xu (Giner, Inc.), and G. Wu (University at Buffalo, the State University of New York) Synergism and Implications of Using Carbon Supports with Perovskites for the Oxygen Evolution and Reduction Reaction – K. Stevenson (Skolkovo Institute of Technology), C. Alexander (University of Texas at Austin), A. M. Abakumov (Chemistry Department, Lomonosov Moscow State University), and K. P. Johnston (University of Texas at Austin) Two-Dimensional Nanoframes As Bifunctional Oxygen Electrodes for Unitized Regenerative Fuel Cells – C. Rhodes, F. Godinez-Salomon, R. Archer, and Y. Ying (Texas State University) Intermission

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PECs – 10:30 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Gerardine G. Botte and Hui Xu 10:30

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(Invited) Integrated Metal Oxide Hybrid Perovskite Photoelectrode for Efficient Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting – S. Roy and G. G. Botte (Center for Electrochemical Engineering Research) Electrochemical Fabrication of MoO2/MoO3Based Photo-Anodes for Water Splitting – M. Colet-Lagrille and M. García-García (Universidad de Chile) Exploring Graphitic Carbon Nitride Based Nano-Heterogeneous Photocatalysts for Elimination of Wide Range of Contaminants and Water Splitting – R. C. Pawar, S. Kang, and C. S. Lee (Hanyang University) A PEC Hydrogen Evolution Reaction with Quantum Yield Exceeding 100% via MEG – Y. Yan (New Jersey Institute of Technology) and M. C. Beard (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

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Effect of Valency of Sn in Sn-Modified Pt-Ru Catalyst on CO Tolerance and HOR Activity for PEFC – T. Takeguchi (Faculty of Science and Engineering, Iwate University), B. Sirinutsomboon (Faculty of Engineering, Thammasat University, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Iwate University), T. Wongsawa, and K. Ui (Faculty of Science and Engineering, Iwate University) Assessment of Hydrogen Peroxide Dismutation Rates: Detection of Oxygen and Peroxide on Se modified Pt Electrodes – J. Strobl and D. Scherson (Case Western Reserve University) Large-Scale Production of Electrocatalyst Micro- and Nanoparticles By Photonic Curing of Inkjet Printed Metal and Metal Alloy Precursor Inks – A. Lesch, V. Costa Bassetto, and H. H. Girault (EPFL Valais Wallis) Identification of Highly Active Catalytic Sites for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Carbon Nanostructures from First-Principles Investigation – G. P. Hartmann and G. S. Hwang (University of Texas at Austin) Carbon-Free NiCo2O4-Based Bifunctional Air Electrode for Rechargeable Metal-Air Batteries: Effect of the Spinel Crystallite Size – S. Velraj and J. Zhu (Tennessee Technological University) Break Microstrained Ptni/C Nanostructures As Highly Active Electrocatalysts for Electrooxidation and Electroreduction Reactions – R. Chattot (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, LEPMI, F-38000 Grenoble, France), T. Asset (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, LEPMI, F-38000 Genoble, France), P. Bordet (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, Inst. Néel, 38000 Grenoble, France), J. Drnec (European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF)), L. Dubau (LEPMI, Univ. Grenoble Alpes, LEPMI, F-38000 Grenoble, France), and F. Maillard (LEPMI-Grenoble, Univ. Grenoble Alpes, LEPMI, F-38000 Grenoble, France) Enhanced Electrocatalytic Activities of Perovskite Electrocatalysts for the Oxidation of Small Molecules By Active Site Variation – K. J. Stevenson (Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology), R. Forslund (The University of Texas at Austin), and K. P. Johnston (University of Texas at Austin) Efficient Dual-Site Carbon Monoxide ElectroCatalysts Via Interfacial Nano-Engineering – Z. Huang and Z. Wang (Chemistry, Xavier University of Louisiana)

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Exploring Novel Dopants in Graphene: Unique Properties, Group Trends, and New Insights from DFT for Electrocatalytic Applications – J. D. Ocon, A. C. Serraon, W. J. Futalan, R. M. Geronia II, J. A. D. del Rosario (University of the Philippines Diliman), and A. A. B. Padama (University of the Philippines Los Baños) Electrosynthesis of Glycerol Carbonate from Glycerol and Potassium Carbonate on Nickel Electrodes – H. H. Hoe and D. W. Kirk (University of Toronto) Transient Study of Adsorbed Oxygen Species Arising from Exposure to Dissolved Oxygen – O. Rodríguez, F. Liew, and G. Denuault (University of Southampton) Durable Engineered Carbon Supports – B. Halevi, A. Lubers, G. McCool, S. McKinney, and H. Romero (Pajarito Powder, LLC)

Electrolysis – 16:00 – 18:20 Co-Chairs: Menno Koeman and Feng-Yuan Zhang 16:00

16:20

General Electrocatalysis 3 – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Jakub Drnec and Andrea Baricci 14:00

14:20

14:40

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Unraveling Fundamental Descriptors for the Structural and Morphological Degradation of Pt Nanoparticles on Indium Tin Oxide Using in Situ Techniques – H. Schmies, A. Bergmann (Technical University Berlin), G. Wang (Illinois Institute of Technology), J. Drnec (ESRF Grenoble), S. Kühl (Technical University Berlin), D. Sandbeck, K. Mayrhofer (Helmholtz-Institute ErlangenNürnberg), V. K. Ramani (Illinois Institute of Technology), S. Cherevko (Helmholtz-Institue Erlangen-Nürnberg), and P. Strasser (Technical University Berlin) Modelling Analysis of Platinum Dissolution in Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells with Gradient Cathode Catalyst Layers – A. Baricci (Politecnico di Milano, Department of Energy), H. Yu (University of Connecticut), L. Guetaz (CEA, LITEN), R. Maric (Center for Clean Energy Engineering), and A. Casalegno (Politecnico di Milano, Department of Energy) In-Situ X-Ray Diffraction Study of Pt Oxidation during Oxygen Reduction Reaction – J. Drnec (European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF)), M. Ruge, F. Reikowski, B. Rahn (University Kiel), F. Carlà, R. Felici (European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF)), J. Stettner, O. M. Magnussen (University Kiel), and D. A. Harrington (University of Victoria) Unravelling the Degradation Mechanisms of Metal-Based Carbon-Supported Electrocatalysts in Alkaline Medium: Similarities and Differences Compared to Acidic Medium – L. Dubau (Grenoble Alpes University ; CNRS ; LEPMI), A. Zadick (LEPMI (Grenoble-INP)), C. Lafforgue (Grenoble Alpes - CNRS - LEPMI), and M. Chatenet (LEPMI-Grenoble) Method for Measuring Platinum Electrochemically Active Surface Area and Understanding Surface Restructuring – I. T. McCrum, M. A. Hickner, and M. J. Janik (The Pennsylvania State University) Break

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16:40

17:00

17:20 17:40 18:00

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1513 H2-Transport Limitations in the Hydrogen Electrode in PEM Water Electrolysis – P. J. Rheinländer (Technische Universität München), P. Peitl (Technical University of Munich), M. Bernt (Technische Universität München), and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich) 1514 Tomography Aided Development of Membrane Electrode Assemblies for PEM Water Electrolysis – F. Hegge, S. Vierrath (IMTEK - University of Freiburg), S. Ogawa (Carnegie Mellon University), L. Zielke (IMTEK - University of Freiburg), M. Bühler (IMTEK - University of Freiburg, HahnSchickard), C. Klose (IMTEK - University of Freiburg), R. Zengerle (IMTEK - University of Freiburg, Hahn-Schickard), S. Litster (Carnegie Mellon University), and S. Thiele (IMTEK - University of Freiburg, HahnSchickard) 1515 On the Experimental Investigation of the Clamping Pressure Effects on the Proton Exchange Membrane Water Electrolyser Cell Performance – S. Al Shakhshir, S. Frensch, and S. K. Kær (Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University) 1516 Novel Liquid/Gas Diffusion Layers with Micro/Nano Surface Modifications for HighEfficiency Water Electrolysis – F. Y. Zhang (UT Space Institute, University of Tennessee, Knoxville) 1517 3D Printed Bipolar Plate for Water Electrolysis – F. Y. Zhang (UT Space Institute, University of Tennessee, Knoxville) 1518 Hydrogen Isotope Separation By Combined Electrolysis Fuel Cell – H. Matsushima, R. Ogawa, and M. Ueda (Hokkaido University) 1519 New High Potential Membrane Material (For Electrochemical Hydrogen Compression) – M. Koeman, P. J. Bouwman (Hydrogen Efficiency Technologies (HyET) B.V.), D. Sikkema (MXpolymers), M. J. J. Mulder, L. F. J. M. Raymakers, W. Dalhuijsen, D. Semerel, J. Konink, M. Bosch, and J. J. M. Bleekman (Hydrogen Efficiency Technologies (HyET) B.V.)

Solid-Gas Electrochemical Interfaces 2 - SGEI 2

Thursday, June 1

11:00

High Temperature Materials Grand Salon B - Section 10, Hilton New Orleans Riverside New Electrodes – 08:20 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Rotraut Merkle and Sossina M. Haile

08:20

1602

09:00

1603

(Invited) Sr and Mn Doped LaFeO3 Perovskite Oxide As Active Cathode for High Temperature Electrolysis – T. Ishihara (wpiI²CNER, Kyushu University), K. T. Wu, and S. Wang (Kyushu University) (Invited) Electrochemical Characterization of Complete La0.6Sr0.4Co1-XFeXO3-δ Composition Phase Space By Microelectrode Impedance Spectroscopy – C. J. Kucharczyk (California Institute of Technology), Y. Liang (University of Maryland), S. Choi (Northwestern University), X. Zhang, I. Takeuchi (University of Maryland), and S. M. Haile (Northwestern University) 167


09:40 10:00 1604

10:20

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Break Role of Oxygen Anion Migration in Improved Electrochemical Performance of Nanostructured Double Perovskite Electrodes for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – U. Anjum (Indian Institute of Technology Delhi), M. A. Haider, M. Agarwal, and T. S. Khan (Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi) (Invited) Cathode Materials for Proton Ceramic Fuel Cells: Bulk Defect Chemistry and Surface Reaction Kinetics – R. Merkle, R. Zohourian, and J. Maier (Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research) Operando Investigation of the Chemical Interaction of Water Vapor with Ceramic Proton Conductors – A. Braun (Empa) Understanding the Cathode Reaction Process for Proton Conducting Intermediate Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Using Comparison Between BSCF and Other Cathode Materials – S. Sun and Z. Cheng (Florida International University) Influence of the Activation Catalyst on the Polarization Resistance of Electroless Cu Electrodes on BaCe0.1Zr0.8Y0.1O3-δ protonConducting Ceramics – S. Ricote (Mechanical Eng. Dept., Colorado School Of Mines), N. Patki, and J. D. Way (Colorado School of Mines)

Degradation and Improvement – 14:00 – 15:40 Co-Chairs: Bilge Yildiz and André Weber 14:00

1609

14:40

1610

15:00

1611

Thursday, June 1

15:20

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(Invited) Sulfur Poisoning of Ni-Based SOFCAnodes – Short and Long Term Behavior – A. Weber, S. Dierickx, N. Russner, and E. Ivers-Tiffée (IAM-WET, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)) Assessment of Sulfur Poisoning of Ni/ Cgo-Based SOFC Anodes – M. Riegraf (German Aerospace Center (DLR)), A. Zekri (University of Oldenburg), V. Yurkiv, R. Costa, G. Schiller, and K. A. Friedrich (German Aerospace Center (DLR)) Improve Activity and Stability of NiCe0.8Sm0.2O1.9 As the Anode of a Methanol Fuelled Solid Oxide Fuel Cell – Y. Zhao and Y. Li (Tianjin University) Electrochemical Promotion of Propene Combustion on Ag Catalytic Coatings – I. Kalaitzidou, T. Cavoué, A. Boreave (CNRS IRCELYON), E. A. Baranova (University of Ottawa), M. Rieu, J. P. Viricelle (EMSE), D. Horwat (IJL), and P. Vernoux (CNRSIRCELYON)

K02

Electron Transfer in Biological Systems

Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Nanocarbons / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Grand Salon C - Section 16, Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Biosensing – 08:20 – 10:00 Chair: Mekki Bayachou 08:20

1744

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1745

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1746

09:20

1747

09:40

Bactosomal Bioelectrode Design on a Cysteamine Self-Assembled Monolayer – S. Krishnan and R. Nerimetla (Oklahoma State University) Nano/Micro Fabricated Sensor Chips for Human Sensing Platform – L. Li, T. Kelley (Case Western Reserve University), M. Shin (Georgia Southern University), and J. Burgess (Augusta University) Combined Covalent and Noncovalent Functionalization of Carbon Nanotubes for Sensitivity Improvement of Electrochemical Biosensors – S. Krishnan, G. Premaratne, and J. Niroula (Oklahoma State University) A Novel Graphene Modified Electrochemical Sensor for Ultrasensitive Detection of T1D Serum Autoantibody – G. Premaratne, M. K. Patel, and S. Krishnan (Oklahoma State University) Break

Electron Transfer in Energy Harvesting – 10:00 – 11:00 Chair: Mekki Bayachou 10:00

1748

10:20

1749

10:40

1750

L01

Equivalent Circuit Modeling of Microbial Fuel Cells Using Impedancespectroscopy – S. M (SRM University) Advanced Biocathode and Its Application in Battery – P. Zhang (Bioechem) Biological Power Sources Based on Transparent and Capacitive Electrodes – E. González-Arribas, O. Aleksejeva, and S. Shleev (Department of Biomedical Science, Malmö University)

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry General Session and Grahame Award Symposium

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Grand Salon D - Section 19, Hilton New Orleans Riverside General Session – 09:20 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Ying Wang and Kenji Kano 09:20

1818

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1819

10:00

1820

High Performance Bioelectrocatalytic Interconversion Between Formate and Carbon Dioxide – K. Kano, K. Sakai, Y. Kitazumi, and O. Shirai (Kyoto University) Coral-like Oxide-Derived Cu Decorated Sn for Efficient CO2 Electrochemical Reduction – X. Cui, Y. Fang (Louisiana State University), W. Xu (Louisiana state Univeristy), J. Flake, and Y. Wang (Louisiana State University) Adsorption of Benzyl Viologen Dichloride and Its Displacement By 3-Mercapto1-Propanesulfonate during Copper Electrodeposition – J. Lu and D. P. Barkey (Chemical Engineering Department, U of New Hampshire)

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Highly Organized Ferrocene-Functionalized Nanoporous Silica Films with an Extremely Fast Electron-Transfer Rate for an Intrinsically Nonconducting Oxide-Modified Electrode – P. Audebert (ENS Paris-Saclay), N. Vila (Université de Lorraine), C. Allain (ENS Paris-Saclay), A. Walcarius (Université de Lorraine), and P. Hapiot (CNRS) The Electrocatalytic Properties of Adsorbed Hemin and its Nitrosyl Adduct on Glassy Carbon Surfaces Toward Hydroxylamine in Aqueous Neutral Electrolytes – B. Kannan, D. Kumsa, A. J. J. Jebaraj, A. Albores, N. S. Georgescu, and D. Scherson (Case Western Reserve University)

Thursday, June 1

11:00

Ionic Liquid Based Sensors for Sensitive Detection – R. Jain (Jiwaji University) Electrochemical Analysis on the Biomimetic Coupling Reaction Between Ion Transport and Electron Transport through an Artificial Liquid Membrane – K. Muneyasu, K. Minai (Kyoto Institute of Technology), M. Fukuyama (Faculty of Molecular Chemistry and Engineering, Kyoto Institute of Technology), Y. Yoshida (Kyoto Institute of Technology, Faculty of Molecular Chemistry and Engineering), and K. Maeda (Faculty of Molecular Chemistry and Engineering, Kyoto Institute of Technology) Maskless Macrosale Generation of Periodic 3D Semiconductor Nanostructures in Response to Defined Illumination Inputs – A. I. Carim, N. A. Batara, A. Premkumar, H. A. Atwater, and N. S. Lewis (California Institute of Technology)

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A

Akolkar, Rohan...............................1098 (F01, Wed), ............................. 1100 (F01, Wed), 1180 (F05, Tue) Akpinar, Bengisu............................1105 (F01, Wed), ..........................................................2085 (Z04, Wed) Akrasi, James...................................2080 (Z04, Wed) Akutagawa, Tomoyuki.......................852 (B07, Tue) Al Batty, Sirhan...................................779 (B06, Tue) Al Chawa, M....................................2048 (Z03, Wed) Al Shakhshir, Saher...........................1515 (I02, Thu) Al Shehri, Salihah.............................147 (A02, Mon) Al-Hajji Safi, Maria..........................147 (A02, Mon) Al-Kandari, Halema.........................2029 (Z02, Wed) Al-Kandari, Shekhah.......................2029 (Z02, Wed) Al-yasiri, Mohammed........................ 195 (A02, Tue) Alabdulwaheed, Abdulhameed.......1885 (M01, Tue) Alawein, Meshal..............................2060 (Z03, Wed) Albores, Alia.................................... 1825 (L01, Thu) Albu, Sergiu.........146 (A02, Mon), 147 (A02, Mon) Alcoutlabi, Mataz.............................. 424 (A05, Wed) Aldous, Iain....................................... 410 (A05, Wed) Aleksejeva, Olga..............................1750 (K02, Thu) Alexander, Caleb................................1424 (I01, Thu) Alfonso, Dominic.............................1549 (I03, Wed) Alfonso, Gema..................................1859 (L03, Tue) Algamdi, Hamdan............................ 1220 (G01, Tue) Alhabeb, Mohamed............................. 76 (A01, Tue) Ali, Basit...........................................1047 (E01, Wed) Ali, Rizwan...................................... 1261 (G02, Tue) Alia, Shaun............1627 (I05, Tue), 1680 (I06, Wed) Alido, John Peter..............................2026 (Z02, Wed) Allain, Clémence............................. 1824 (L01, Thu) Allard, Charlotte................................ 696 (B03, Wed) Allard, Gaëlle....................................845 (B07, Mon) Allart, David.......................................548 (A06, Thu) Allen, Andrew................................... 1126 (F02, Tue) Allen, Chris.......................................... 80 (A01, Tue) Allendorf, Mark.................................1663 (I06, Tue) Alloin, Fannie.....................................536 (A06, Thu) Allu, Srikanth.................................... 1160 (F03, Tue) Almar, Laura......................................1580 (I04, Tue) Alonso, Josue.....................................539 (A06, Thu) Alonso-Lemus, I. L...........................1491 (I02, Wed) Alpuim, Pedro.................................1320 (H02, Mon) Alsem, Daan Hein.............................. 312 (A05, Sun) Alsudairi, Amell................................... 58 (A01, Tue) Alsuhaibani, Abdulrahman.................. 59 (A01, Tue) Altunbasak, Tansu............................1104 (F01, Wed) Alvarez, Alejandro........................... 1032 (D02, Tue) Alvarez, Angel Luis.........................2051 (Z03, Wed) Alvarez, Daniel................................ 1273 (G02, Tue) Alvarez, Noe.......................................686 (B03, Tue) Amanapu, Hari.................................1250 (G01, Thu) Amatore, Christian........................... 1712 (K01, Tue) Ambrosio Zanin, Maria....................... 95 (A01, Tue) Ameen, Tarek....................................990 (D01, Mon) Amezawa, Koji..................................1575 (I04, Tue) Amezawa, Koji..................................1582 (I04, Tue) Amidei, Bernado.................................. 58 (A01, Tue) Amin, Md Ruhul................................500 (A05, Thu) Amine, Khalil.........223 (A03, Tue), 296 (A05, Sun), ............................. 457 (A05, Wed), 458 (A05, Wed), ............................................................517 (A05, Thu) Amjoud, M’Barek.............................1866 (L03, Tue) Ammar, Mohammed-Ramzi........... 1024 (D02, Tue) Amori, Amanda................................. 590 (B01, Wed) Amoros, P..........................................2002 (Z01, Tue) Amr, Issam........................................... 59 (A01, Tue) Amrutha, M. S........950 (C01, Tue), 1774 (L01, Tue) An, Hua................649 (B03, Mon), 652 (B03, Mon) An, Ke............................................... 1160 (F03, Tue) An, Maozhong.................................1049 (E01, Wed) An, Tanglin.......................................2057 (Z03, Wed) Anasori, Babak.................................. 599 (B01, Wed) Anderson, Rachel................................949 (C01, Tue) Anderson, Shannon...........................1085 (F01, Tue) Anderson, Travis.............................1285 (H01, Mon)

Ando, Fuma..........1957 (Z01, Tue), 1961 (Z01, Tue) Andreas, Heather..............................1780 (L01, Tue) Andrei, Petru........1162 (F03, Tue), 1312 (H01, Tue) Andreon, Barbara................................960 (C01, Tue) Andrew, Jennifer.............................1345 (H02, Wed) Andrews, Evan..................................1566 (I03, Wed) Anguera, Gonzalo...............................888 (B08, Tue) Anjum, Uzma.....................................1604 (I04, Thu) Ansaldo, Alberto.................................42 (A01, Mon) Anthony, John.................................... 162 (A02, Tue) Antonello, Sabrina........................... 1716 (K01, Tue) Antonucci, Alessandra....................... 641 (B02, Thu) Antuch, Manuel...............................1810 (L01, Wed) Aoki, Idalina......................................940 (C01, Mon) Aono, Shigetoshi................................ 879 (B08, Sun) Aoyagi, S.........................................1741 (K02, Wed) Aoyagi, Shinobu.......722 (B04, Mon), 723 (B04, Mon) Aparicio, Francisco J......................1011 (D02, Mon) Apblett, Christopher..........................24 (A01, Mon), ............................................................512 (A05, Thu) Appel, Aaron...................................1727 (K02, Wed) Appetecchi, Giovanni Battista......... 245 (A03, Wed) Arachchige, Indika.............................1546 (I03, Tue) Arai, Hajime....................................... 367 (A05, Tue) Arai, Hitoshi....................................1291 (H01, Mon) Arai, Juichi........................................ 273 (A04, Wed) Aras, Mustafa.................................... 1182 (F05, Tue) Aratani, Naoki.....................................891 (B08, Tue) Aravamudhan, Shyam...................1357 (H03, Mon), ....................................................... 1873 (M01, Mon) Archer, Randall......315 (A05, Sun), 1425 (I01, Thu) Arciprete, Fabrizio............................. 627 (B01, Thu) Ardo, Shane..................................... 1526 (I03, Mon), ..............................1540 (I03, Tue), 1836 (L02, Wed) Aref, Amir Reza................................... 16 (A01, Sun) Arellano, Luis....................................755 (B05, Mon) Arepalli, Sivaram................................684 (B03, Tue) Arges, Christopher...........................1481 (I02, Wed), ..........................................................2076 (Z04, Wed) Arias, Dylan...................................... 591 (B01, Wed) Arias, Gabriel......................................581 (B01, Tue) Arie, Arenst Andreas.......................... 606 (B01, Thu) Ariga, Katsuhiko.................................889 (B08, Tue) Arima, Kenta....................................1240 (G01, Thu) Arisetty, Srikanth..............................1472 (I02, Wed) Armand, Michel......369 (A05, Tue), 553 (A06, Thu) Armstrong, Anthony..........................550 (A06, Thu) Arnold, Corey.................................... 448 (A05, Wed) Arnold, Corey.................................... 464 (A05, Wed) Arnold, Michael................................ 702 (B03, Wed) Arnold, Michael.........588 (B01, Wed), 589 (B01, Wed) Arrechea, Susana...............................911 (B08, Wed) Arrii-Clasens, Sandrine...................1789 (L01, Wed) Arruda, Thomas.........190 (A02, Tue), 2009 (Z01, Tue) Arthur, Timothy................................ 312 (A05, Sun), ................................361 (A05, Tue), 400 (A05, Wed) Artyushkova, Kateryna....................1410 (I01, Wed), ............................. 1447 (I02, Tue), 1724 (K02, Wed) Arumugam, Prabhu.........................1108 (F01, Wed), .......................... 1110 (F01, Wed), 1874 (M01, Mon) Aruväli, Jaan......................................1458 (I02, Tue) Arvizu, Miguel................................ 1843 (L03, Mon) Aryaksama, Thibault...........................691 (B03, Tue) Aryeetey, Frederick.........................1357 (H03, Mon) Asaftei, Simona.................................. 226 (A03, Tue) Asgarifar, Sanaz..............................1320 (H02, Mon) Ashokan, Nikitaa............................ 1763 (L01, Mon) Ashour, Rakan...................................... 49 (A01, Tue) Ashraf Gandomi, Yasser...................152 (A02, Mon) Aslam, M............................................492 (A05, Thu) Aslan, Mesut...................................... 366 (A05, Tue) Asset, Tristan................................... 1436 (I02, Mon), ..............................1437 (I02, Mon), 1501 (I02, Thu) Astrova, E..........................................2002 (Z01, Tue) Atanassov, Plamen...........................1410 (I01, Wed), .........................................................1724 (K02, Wed)

Aaron, Douglas.................................152 (A02, Mon) Abakumov, Artem..............................1424 (I01, Thu) Abbas, Saleem...................................151 (A02, Mon) Abbas, Syed Ali................................ 121 (A01, Wed) Abbott, Andrew................................1167 (F04, Wed) Abdelbaki, Katia................................ 815 (B06, Thu) Abdellaoui, Sofiene.........................1739 (K02, Wed) Abdillah, Setiawan............................ 418 (A05, Wed) Abdullah, Aboubakr.........................2029 (Z02, Wed) Abe, Ryu............................................1559 (I03, Wed) Abella, Laura........... 737 (B04, Tue), 738 (B04, Tue) Abellán, Gonzalo.............................. 803 (B06, Wed) Abidat, Ismail....................................1402 (I01, Wed) Abouimrane, Ali.................................502 (A05, Thu) Abraham, Daniel............................... 210 (A03, Tue), ................................218 (A03, Tue), 224 (A03, Tue), ........................................................... 235 (A03, Wed) Abrahams, Isaac................................ 593 (B01, Wed) Abramov, Aleksandr..........................953 (C01, Tue), .............................................................969 (C01, Tue) Acet, Nurcan....................................1050 (E01, Wed) Acevedo, Raul..................................1089 (F01, Wed) Acharya, Prashant.............................1403 (I01, Wed) Achsnich, Melanie............................661 (B03, Mon) Ackermann, Stefan...........................1082 (F01, Tue) Adams, Brian.................................... 251 (A03, Wed) Adams, Daniel.................................. 120 (A01, Wed), ..............................334 (A05, Mon), 1479 (I02, Wed) Adams, Janelle................................... 639 (B02, Thu) Adams, Jesse......................................1663 (I06, Tue) Adams, W................ 666 (B03, Tue), 675 (B03, Tue) Adams-McGavin, Chris..................1058 (E02, Wed) Adelowo, Ebenezer.......7 (A01, Sun), 81 (A01, Tue) Adkins, Joshua.................................. 464 (A05, Wed) Adzic, Radoslav.............................. 1431 (I02, Mon), ................................ 1459 (I02, Tue), 1462 (I02, Tue) Afzal, Rana Arslan...........................1996 (Z01, Tue), ...........................................................1997 (Z01, Tue) Agar, Ertan......................................... 171 (A02, Tue) Agarwal, Manish................................1604 (I04, Thu) Agostini, Marco.................................526 (A05, Thu) Agrawal, Richa.............7 (A01, Sun), 81 (A01, Tue) Agrisuelas, Jeronimo.........................962 (C01, Tue), ............................. 967 (C01, Tue), 1788 (L01, Wed), .............................1859 (L03, Tue), 1981 (Z01, Tue), ...........................................................1982 (Z01, Tue) Agubra, Victor................................... 424 (A05, Wed) Ah-Leung, Vincent...........................1248 (G01, Thu) Ahamad, Salahuddin...........................583 (B01, Tue) Ahluwalia, Rajesh............................1648 (I05, Wed), ...........................................................1679 (I06, Wed) Ahmed, Jahangeer..............................1386 (I01, Tue) Ahmed, Junaid............................... 1949 (M02, Wed) Ahmed, Mohammad.......................... 616 (B01, Thu) Ahmmad, Bashir.......961 (C01, Tue), 2066 (Z03, Wed) Ahn, Hyo-Jun..................................... 363 (A05, Tue) Ahn, Jin-hyun................................... 1271 (G02, Tue) Ahn, Jou-Hyeon................................. 363 (A05, Tue) Ahn, Juhyeon.....................................494 (A05, Thu) Ahn, Sang.............. 1183 (F05, Tue), 1380 (I01, Tue) Ahn, Shihyun................................... 1301 (H01, Tue) Ahrens, Maria.................................... 233 (A03, Wed) Ahyi, Ayayi...... 1289 (H01, Mon), 1290 (H01, Mon) Aikawa, T........................................1741 (K02, Wed) Ait Aghzzaf, Ahmed.........................1866 (L03, Tue) Ajayan, Pulickel................................. 228 (A03, Tue) Ajayi, Babajide..... 1022 (D02, Tue), 1381 (I01, Tue) Akahori, Kota....................................1973 (Z01, Tue) Akasaka, Takeshi..............................735 (B04, Mon) Akay, Ömer.....................................1231 (G01, Wed) Akduman, Baris...............................2085 (Z04, Wed) Akhter, Irani................................... 1948 (M02, Wed) Akin, Meriem...................................1055 (E02, Wed) Akinwande, Deji...............................992 (D01, Mon) 170

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Atienza, Carmen.................................740 (B04, Tue) Atienza, Dianne..................................1632 (I05, Tue) Atkin, Joanna....................................743 (B05, Mon) Attanayake, Harsha............................ 161 (A02, Tue) Attia, Peter......................................... 104 (A01, Wed) Atwater, Harry.................................. 1823 (L01, Thu) Atz Dick, Pedro...................................945 (C01, Tue) Aubin, Megan................................ 1954 (M02, Wed) Audebert, Pierre............................... 1824 (L01, Thu) Auger, Daniel.....................................538 (A06, Thu) Aurbach, Doron................................. 304 (A05, Sun) Aurbach, Doron.....22 (A01, Mon), 396 (A05, Wed) Aureau, Damien.............................1206 (G01, Mon), ......................... 1223 (G01, Wed), 1229 (G01, Wed), ..........................................................1244 (G01, Thu) Avdoshenko, Stanislav......................720 (B04, Mon) Avery, Azure...................................... 596 (B01, Wed) Awaga, Kunio........ 835 (B07, Mon), 878 (B08, Sun) Awaga, Kunio......................................41 (A01, Mon) Aydinol, Mehmet.............................. 1130 (F02, Tue) Ayers, Katherine................................ 176 (A02, Tue), ..............................1387 (I01, Tue), 1410 (I01, Wed), ..............................1680 (I06, Wed), 1681 (I06, Wed) Aykac, Busra.................................... 1118 (F01, Wed) Aymong, Vincent............................... 816 (B06, Thu) Aynalem, Andinet Ejigu.................786 (B06, Tue), 7 ............................................................. 95 (B06, Wed) Aziat, Farid..........................................908 (B08, Tue) Azim, Nilab.................................... 1954 (M02, Wed) Aziz, Michael...................................148 (A02, Mon), ................................164 (A02, Tue), 165 (A02, Tue), ................................196 (A02, Tue), 240 (A03, Wed) Azmani, Khalid...........745 (B05, Mon), 763 (B05, Tue)

Bandara, Y. M. Nuwan..................1326 (H02, Mon), ........................................................ 1924 (M02, Wed) Bandaru, Prabhakar.......................... 605 (B01, Wed), ............................... 781 (B06, Tue), 797 (B06, Wed), ..........................................................1802 (L01, Wed) Bandi, Ramalingam............................26 (A01, Mon) Bandi, Venugopal.............................. 914 (B08, Wed) Banerjee, Anjan.................................. 360 (A05, Tue) Banerjee, Kaustav............................ 1267 (G02, Tue) Banerjee, Parag...............................2027 (Z02, Wed), ..........................................................2061 (Z03, Wed) Banerjee, Sanjay...............................989 (D01, Mon) Banerjee, Sanjoy................................ 174 (A02, Tue) Banerjee, Soumik........258 (A03, Thu), 778 (B06, Tue) Banerjee, Sriya.................................2061 (Z03, Wed) Bang, Yannick.................................... 615 (B01, Thu) Banham, Dustin.................................1629 (I05, Tue) Bao, Jiming....................................... 420 (A05, Wed) Barai, Pallab.......................................139 (A01, Thu) Baranov, Oleg................................... 1036 (D02, Tue) Baranova, Elena........ 1584 (I04, Wed), 1612 (I04, Thu) Baranwal, Prince............................... 976 (C01, Wed) Barawi, Mariam.............................. 1852 (L03, Mon) Barbacci, Damon................................675 (B03, Tue) Barbosa, Mirta.....................................967 (C01, Tue) Barbosa, Mirta.....................................962 (C01, Tue) Barcellos de Oliveira, Debora R.......1667 (I06, Tue) Barchasz, Céline................................536 (A06, Thu) Bareno, Javier.........218 (A03, Tue), 224 (A03, Tue), .............................. 234 (A03, Wed), 235 (A03, Wed) Baricci, Andrea...................................1509 (I02, Thu) Barillaro, Giuseppe......................... 1270 (G02, Tue), ............................1279 (G02, Tue), 1917 (M02, Tue) Barjon, Julien.................................... 696 (B03, Wed) Barkey, Dale..................................... 1820 (L01, Thu) Barkholtz, Heather............................ 270 (A04, Wed) Barla, Kathy....................................1252 (G02, Mon) Barnes, Teresa....................................1661 (I06, Tue) Barnett, Chris......................................683 (B03, Tue) Barnola, Sebastien...........................1248 (G01, Thu) Barr, Maissa...................................... 1213 (G01, Tue) Barranco, Angel..............................1011 (D02, Mon) Barranco, Violeta..............................935 (C01, Mon) Barrejon, Myriam.............................755 (B05, Mon) Barrera, Magda Lorena...................1896 (M01, Tue), ...........................................................1965 (Z01, Tue) Barron, Andrew....... 672 (B03, Tue), 683 (B03, Tue) Barsoum, Michel................................ 389 (A05, Tue) Bart, Victoria...................................... 639 (B02, Thu) Bartel, Christopher.............................1669 (I06, Tue) Barto, Rick..........................................668 (B03, Tue) Barus, Carole....................................1906 (M01, Tue) Barus, Carole..................................1875 (M01, Mon) Bashir, Sajid......................................1783 (L01, Tue) Baskin, Artem..................................... 169 (A02, Tue) Bast, Robert........................................ 638 (B02, Thu) Bastola, Pradip..................................1772 (L01, Tue) Bastos, Juan............. 962 (C01, Tue), 967 (C01, Tue) Batara, Nicolas................................. 1823 (L01, Thu) Batchellor, Adam..............................1406 (I01, Wed) Bates, Michael...................................... 58 (A01, Tue) Bathgate, Cameron...........................159 (A02, Mon) Batishchev, Oleg............................1742 (K02, Wed), .........................................................1743 (K02, Wed) Battaglia, Corsin........ 246 (A03, Wed), 308 (A05, Sun) Batyrbekuly, Dauren..........................256 (A03, Thu) Baudin, Emmanuel............................ 820 (B06, Thu) Bauer, Werner.....................................495 (A05, Thu) Bawedin, Maryline.......................... 1268 (G02, Tue) Bayandori Moghaddam, Abdolmajid......................... .............................................................628 (B02, Tue) Bayle-Guillemaud, Pascale................. 62 (A01, Tue) Bazanov, Mikhail I..............................906 (B08, Tue) Bazylak, Aimy...................................1650 (I05, Wed) Beard, Matthew..................................1429 (I01, Thu) Beavers, Christine.............................727 (B04, Mon)

Beck, Justin.......................................938 (C01, Mon) Becker, James..................................1696 (K01, Mon) Beckingham, Kathleen...................... 638 (B02, Thu) Beckman, Scott..................................258 (A03, Thu) Becuwe, Matthieu.............................330 (A05, Mon) Beczkowski, Szymon.......................1980 (Z01, Tue) Beechem, Thomas..............................512 (A05, Thu) Beedle, Christopher..........................1601 (I04, Wed) Beermann, Vera......... 1390 (I01, Tue), 1435 (I02, Mon) Beggiato, Matteo..............................1066 (E02, Wed) Beh, Eugene...................................... 240 (A03, Wed) Behm, Rolf......................................... 215 (A03, Tue) Behrou, Reza..................................... 1157 (F03, Tue) Beise, Ethan.......................................... 80 (A01, Tue) Bekyarova, Elena..............................744 (B05, Mon) Bélanger, Daniel............................... 1714 (K01, Tue) Belen Jorge, Ana............................... 1119 (F02, Tue) Belharouak, Ilias............................... 193 (A02, Tue), ............................... 462 (A05, Wed), 502 (A05, Thu) Belikov, Sergey....... 953 (C01, Tue), 969 (C01, Tue) Bell, Alexis.........................................1540 (I03, Tue) Bello, Job........................................1870 (M01, Mon) Beltrán-Gastélum, Mara..................... 54 (A01, Tue), ..........................................................1803 (L01, Wed) Beltrop, Kolja..................................... 371 (A05, Tue) Ben-Yoav, Hadar.............................1107 (F01, Wed), ..........................................................1109 (F01, Wed) Benavides, Roberto............................575 (B01, Tue), .............................................................576 (B01, Tue) Benavidez, Angelica........................ 1120 (F02, Tue), ..........................................................1172 (F04, Wed) Benayad, Anass...... 309 (A05, Sun), 547 (A06, Thu) Bender, Guido......... 95 (A01, Tue), 1680 (I06, Wed) Bender, Timothy................................ 910 (B08, Wed) Benicewicz, Brian............................1094 (F01, Wed) Benicewicz, Brian............................ 1617 (I05, Mon) Bennet, Kevin.................................. 1111 (F01, Wed), ............................ 1112 (F01, Wed), 1113 (F01, Wed) Benson, James................................... 433 (A05, Wed) Berezin, Dmitry B...............................906 (B08, Tue) Berezina, Nadezhda............................906 (B08, Tue) Berger, Patric.....................................328 (A05, Mon) Bergmann, Arno.................................1508 (I02, Thu) Berlouis, Leonard............................... 220 (A03, Tue) Berman, Marc................................... 243 (A03, Wed) Bernasconi, Roberto........................ 632 (B02, Wed), ...........................1065 (E02, Wed), 1169 (F04, Wed), ........................................................... 1184 (F05, Tue) Berndt, Johannes..... 1024 (D02, Tue), 1030 (D02, Tue) Bernier, Nicolas...............................1292 (H01, Mon) Bernt, Maximilian.......1382 (I01, Tue), 1513 (I02, Thu) Bertasi, Federico.......615 (B01, Thu), 1826 (L02, Wed) Berthou, Simon.................................. 820 (B06, Thu) Bertocci, Ugo........ 1183 (F05, Tue), 1380 (I01, Tue) Bertolini Da Silva Oliveira, Samuel........................... ........................................................... 404 (A05, Wed) Bertoni, Giovanni.......42 (A01, Mon), 474 (A05, Wed) Bertotti, Mauro..................................1986 (Z01, Tue) Bertrand, Jean-Pierre.........................292 (A04, Thu) Beruski, Otávio................................1806 (L01, Wed) Beutl, Alexander......328 (A05, Mon), 331 (A05, Mon) Beverina, Luca........1063 (E02, Wed), 1861 (L03, Tue) Beyene, Abraham............................... 634 (B02, Thu) Bhansali, Shekhar......................... 1942 (M02, Wed), .........................1950 (M02, Wed), 1952 (M02, Wed) Bharadwaj, Anish............................1287 (H01, Mon) Bhardwaj, Hem Shruti...................... 399 (A05, Wed) Bhattacharya, Indranil....................... 191 (A02, Tue), .............................. 452 (A05, Wed), 453 (A05, Wed) Bhattarai, Tribikram..........................1071 (F01, Tue) Bhuyian, Md Nasir Uddin............... 1008 (D01, Tue) Bi, Xiaofang........................................... 2 (A01, Sun) Bianchini, Matteo.............................. 395 (A05, Wed) Biancolli, Ana-Laura..........................1457 (I02, Tue) Biddinger, Elizabeth.......................... 204 (A03, Tue) Bie, Xiaofei........................................ 311 (A05, Sun)

B

Bachilo, Sergei..........638 (B02, Thu), 656 (B03, Mon), ...............................657 (B03, Mon), 672 (B03, Tue), ................................ 676 (B03, Tue), 679 (B03, Tue), ........................................................... 697 (B03, Wed) Bachmatiuk, Alicja............................ 817 (B06, Thu) Backes, Claudia................................. 799 (B06, Wed) Badar, Nurhanna.............................. 1003 (D01, Tue) Bae, Joongmyeon..............................1599 (I04, Wed) Bae, Youngjoon.................................. 298 (A05, Sun) Bae, Youngjoon.................................. 365 (A05, Tue) Bagger, Alexander.............................1558 (I03, Wed) Bagger, Alexander..............................1461 (I02, Tue) Bahceci-Sertkol, Sumeyye................496 (A05, Thu) Bai, Yusong............ 698 (B03, Wed), 849 (B07, Tue) Baik, Hyo-Won................................2055 (Z03, Wed) Baik, Kwang Hyeon......................1286 (H01, Mon), .............................1310 (H01, Tue), 1311 (H01, Tue) Bakenov, Zhumabay..........................256 (A03, Thu) Baker, Andrew..................................1648 (I05, Wed) Baker, Hanan...................................... 643 (B02, Thu) Bala Chandran, Rohini................... 1526 (I03, Mon), ............................................................1540 (I03, Tue) Balaban, Carey....................................675 (B03, Tue) Balakrishnan, Gaurav.....................1348 (H02, Wed) Balakrishnan, Prabhuraj.....................779 (B06, Tue) Balasingam, Suresh Kannan............1804 (L01, Wed) Balasubramanian, Mahalingam........508 (A05, Thu), ............................... 523 (A05, Thu), 1128 (F02, Tue) Balbuena, Perla................................ 275 (A04, Wed), ................................404 (A05, Wed), 625 (B01, Thu) Balch, Alan........................................730 (B04, Mon) Balderrama, Victor...........................2047 (Z03, Wed) Ballauff, Matthias.............................. 1129 (F02, Tue) Baloukas, Bill.................................. 1845 (L03, Mon) Balsara, Nitash..................................1984 (Z01, Tue) Ban, Chunmei....................................29 (A01, Mon), ...................................95 (A01, Tue), 362 (A05, Tue) Banadaki, Yaser...............................1367 (H03, Mon) Banakar, Mehdi...............................1292 (H01, Mon) Bance-Soualhi, Rachida....................1457 (I02, Tue) Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

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Biedermann, Judith........................... 447 (A05, Wed) Bienen, Fabian..................................1974 (Z01, Tue) Biener, Juergen.................................. 601 (B01, Wed) Biener, Monika.................................. 601 (B01, Wed) Bienkowski, Krzysztof......................1533 (I03, Tue) Biesdorf, Johannes........................... 1440 (I02, Mon) Bilheux, Hassina............................... 1160 (F03, Tue) Billings, Keith................................... 114 (A01, Wed) Billups, W. E........... 671 (B03, Tue), 672 (B03, Tue) Bin Subhan, Mohammed.................. 798 (B06, Wed) Binder, Joachim................................345 (A05, Mon) Binetti, Simona.................................1068 (E02, Wed) Bird, Victoria.................................. 1930 (M02, Wed) Biron, Maxime................................... 816 (B06, Thu) Birss, Viola...........149 (A02, Mon), 1465 (I02, Tue), ..........................1778 (L01, Tue), 1881 (M01, Mon), ........................................................ 1928 (M02, Wed) Bishop, Gregory...............................1885 (M01, Tue) Bishop, Sean.......................................257 (A03, Thu) Bishop, Sean......................................1588 (I04, Wed) Bisker, Gili......................................... 636 (B02, Thu) Bist, Itti............................................. 1707 (K01, Tue) Bisth, Anuj....................................... 1762 (L01, Mon) Biswas, Pratim...................................552 (A06, Thu) Bitner-Michalska, Anna..................... 207 (A03, Tue) Biton, Moshiel................................... 243 (A03, Wed) Bizzoni, Fabio................................... 632 (B02, Wed) Blackburn, Jeffrey............................ 591 (B01, Wed), ............................. 596 (B01, Wed), 663 (B03, Mon), ........................................................... 706 (B03, Wed) Blades, Michael.................................. 817 (B06, Thu) Blaha, Charles.................................. 1112 (F01, Wed) Blanchard, Francis.......................... 1845 (L03, Mon) Blanga, Raymond............................. 243 (A03, Wed) Blaser, Rachel............ 31 (A01, Mon), 63 (A01, Tue) Bleekman, Joris..................................1519 (I02, Thu) Blickensderfer, Jacob.......................1100 (F01, Wed) Bliem, Roland...................................1588 (I04, Wed) Blin, Marie-Anne.............................. 408 (A05, Wed) Blondeau-Patissier, Virginie...............905 (B08, Tue) Bloom, Ira............. 234 (A03, Wed), 235 (A03, Wed) Blum, Monika.................................. 1529 (I03, Mon) Bo, Shou-Hang......132 (A01, Thu), 154 (A02, Mon) Bock, David..........554 (A06, Thu), 1990 (Z01, Tue) Bodin, Anders.....................................1461 (I02, Tue) Boebinger, Matthew......................... 476 (A05, Wed) Boettcher, Shannon..........................1406 (I01, Wed), .......................................................... 1522 (I03, Mon) Boghossian, Ardemis......................... 641 (B02, Thu) Bohn, Paul......... 1839 (L02, Wed), 1840 (L02, Wed) Boillat, Pierre................................... 1440 (I02, Mon) Boltersdorf, Jonathan........................... 73 (A01, Tue) Bolufawi, Omonayo......................... 279 (A04, Wed) Bommier, Clement............................333 (A05, Mon) Bonakdarpour, Arman......................1493 (I02, Wed) Boncher, William................................688 (B03, Tue) Bondarenko, V...................................2002 (Z01, Tue) Bondarev, Igor................................... 710 (B03, Wed) Bonev, Stanimir.................................1587 (I04, Wed) Boniface, Maxime................................ 62 (A01, Tue) Bonifazi, Davide...............................752 (B05, Mon) Bonnassieux, Yvan...........................2053 (Z03, Wed) Bonville, Leonard............................1473 (I02, Wed), .......................................................... 1622 (I05, Mon) Boota, Muhammad.......................... 101 (A01, Wed), ...........................................................2013 (Z01, Tue) Booth, Eric..........................................764 (B05, Tue) Bordet, Pierre.................................. 1436 (I02, Mon), ..............................1437 (I02, Mon), 1501 (I02, Thu) Boreave, Antoinette...........................1612 (I04, Thu) Borisov, Sergey................................. 406 (A05, Wed) Borkiewicz, Olaf............................... 1128 (F02, Tue) Bormann, Hinnerk.......................... 1116 (F01, Wed), .......................................................... 1117 (F01, Wed) Borme, Jérôme................................1320 (H02, Mon) Bornoz, Pauline................................ 1523 (I03, Mon)

Borodin, Oleg..................................... 212 (A03, Tue) Borovkov, Victor............................... 924 (B08, Wed) Borovkova, Natalia.........................1743 (K02, Wed) Borras, Ana......................................1011 (D02, Mon) Borrás, Fernando..............................2051 (Z03, Wed) Borrell, José I......................................888 (B08, Tue) Borrós, Salvador.................................888 (B08, Tue) Borup, Rod...........1648 (I05, Wed), 1679 (I06, Wed) Bosch, Melissa...................................1519 (I02, Thu) Bossa, Nathan....................................1776 (L01, Tue) Botka, Bea......................................... 694 (B03, Wed) Bott-Neto, José...................................1449 (I02, Tue) Botte, Gerardine................................1426 (I01, Thu), ........................... 2074 (Z04, Wed), 2077 (Z04, Wed) Bouchet, Renaud................................536 (A06, Thu) Bouilly, Delphine............................... 645 (B02, Thu) Boulineau, Adrien..............................547 (A06, Thu) Boulmer-Leborgne, Chantal............ 1024 (D02, Tue) Bourée, Wiktor..................................1404 (I01, Wed) Bourke, Andrea.................................147 (A02, Mon) Bournel, Fabrice................................1588 (I04, Wed) Bouttemy, Muriel...........................1223 (G01, Wed), .......................................................... 1264 (G02, Tue) Bouwman, Peter.................................1519 (I02, Thu) Bowden, Mark..................................... 70 (A01, Tue) Bowles, Faye.....................................730 (B04, Mon) Bowman, Steven.............................1284 (H01, Mon) Boyer, Mathew......... 342 (A05, Mon), 2010 (Z01, Tue) Braaten, Jonathan..............................1472 (I02, Wed) Bradley, Jonathan............................1013 (D02, Mon) Bradley, Miranda..............................1795 (L01, Wed) Bradshaw, Liam................................... 70 (A01, Tue) Brady, Michael.................................. 1179 (F05, Tue) Brady, Nicholas.................................325 (A05, Mon) Braga, Filipe.......... 306 (A05, Sun), 410 (A05, Wed) Bragg, Dustin....................................... 13 (A01, Sun) Branch, Shirmir..............................1870 (M01, Mon) Brandenburg, Ariane.........................720 (B04, Mon) Brandon, Erik........114 (A01, Wed), 231 (A03, Wed) Brandon, Nigel.................................. 243 (A03, Wed) Brankovic, Stanko............................. 1181 (F05, Tue) Brant, William...................................... 48 (A01, Tue) Branzoi, Florina..................................970 (C01, Tue) Branzoi, Viorel....................................970 (C01, Tue) Braun, Artur...................................... 603 (B01, Wed), .............................1126 (F02, Tue), 1221 (G01, Tue), .............................1606 (I04, Thu), 1740 (K02, Wed) Braun, Paul........................................ 443 (A05, Wed) Braun, Trevor...................................1168 (F04, Wed) Brazzo, Paolo....................................1861 (L03, Tue) Bredeson, Isaac.................................. 181 (A02, Tue) Breen, Sasuke................................... 1526 (I03, Mon) Brems, Steven...................................987 (D01, Mon) Brett, Daniel.......... 509 (A05, Thu), 1119 (F02, Tue) Brezesinski, Torsten......................... 1218 (G01, Tue) Bright, Joeseph..................................1570 (I03, Wed) Brillas, Enric......................................1078 (F01, Tue) Brinkert, Katharina.........................1231 (G01, Wed) Brinson, Bruce....................................675 (B03, Tue) Brisard, Gessie.................................. 412 (A05, Wed) Briseno, Alejandro......................... 1926 (M02, Wed) Brittain, William............................... 1715 (K01, Tue) Brock, Casey.....................................321 (A05, Mon) Bron, Michael....................................1082 (F01, Tue) Brown, Anton..................................... 998 (D01, Tue) Brown, Christopher.......................... 1715 (K01, Tue) Brown, Christopher.........................1284 (H01, Mon) Brown, Steven...................................1074 (F01, Tue) Brown, Zachary.................................565 (A06, Thu) Bruck, Andrea.......554 (A06, Thu), 1990 (Z01, Tue) Brunschwig, Bruce........................1226 (G01, Wed), ..........................................................2064 (Z03, Wed) Brushett, Fikile.......161 (A02, Tue), 162 (A02, Tue), .............................. 1074 (F01, Tue), 1178 (F05, Tue) Bryan, Samuel................................1870 (M01, Mon) Bryans, Declan................................... 220 (A03, Tue)

Bryant, Carson................................1734 (K02, Wed) Bryant, Steven................................1881 (M01, Mon) Buannic, Lucienne............................336 (A05, Mon) Bucci, Giovanna.................................124 (A01, Thu) Büchi, Felix...................................... 1623 (I05, Mon) Buckley, D. Noel..............................146 (A02, Mon), ...........................147 (A02, Mon), 1199 (G01, Mon), .........................................................1225 (G01, Wed) Buckley, Darragh............................ 1219 (G01, Tue), ..........................1296 (H01, Tue), 1363 (H03, Mon), ...........................................................1967 (Z01, Tue) Buckley, David.................................. 798 (B06, Wed) Budd, Sarah.......................................733 (B04, Mon) Budhathoki-Uprety, Januka.............. 637 (B02, Thu), ................................646 (B02, Thu), 647 (B02, Thu), ........................... 664 (B03, Mon), 1935 (M02, Wed) Bugga, Ratnakumar.......................... 231 (A03, Wed) Bühler, Melanie..................................1514 (I02, Thu) Bui, Nhi............................................ 1370 (H03, Tue) Bui, Nhi............. 1227 (G01, Wed), 1238 (G01, Thu) Bulan, Andreas..................................1087 (F01, Tue) Bullad, George....................................677 (B03, Tue) Bullard, George...... 698 (B03, Wed), 849 (B07, Tue) Bullen, Dennis...................................... 80 (A01, Tue) Bullock, Morris...............................1727 (K02, Wed) Bund, Andreas..................................1041 (E01, Wed) Bunn, Thomas...... 1080 (F01, Tue), 1081 (F01, Tue) Bunyarataphan, Sasinee................. 1956 (M02, Wed) Burgess, James.................................1745 (K02, Thu) Burheim, Odne..................................... 67 (A01, Tue) Buriez, Olivier.........1712 (K01, Tue), 1808 (L01, Wed) Burke, Colin....................................... 295 (A05, Sun) Bushmaker, Adam.............................. 717 (B03, Thu) Busson, Christophe........................... 408 (A05, Wed) Butala, Megan................................... 1128 (F02, Tue) Buzanich, Ana...................................1767 (L01, Tue) Byles, Bryan............377 (A05, Tue), 555 (A06, Thu) Byun, Dongjin................................... 471 (A05, Wed)

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Cabot, Pere........................................1078 (F01, Tue) Cabrera, Carlos................................1089 (F01, Wed), ........................................................ 1937 (M02, Wed) Cabrera, Carlos..................................1075 (F01, Tue) Cabrera, Yasiel................................. 1217 (G01, Tue) Cai, Guofa.........................................1856 (L03, Tue) Cai, Mei..............................................254 (A03, Thu) Cai, Wenting.........724 (B04, Mon), 725 (B04, Mon) Cai, Wenting......................................732 (B04, Mon) Cai, Xianyu.......................................... 69 (A01, Tue) Caimi, Daniele................................. 1266 (G02, Tue) Calabrese Barton, Scott..................1136 (F03, Mon), ........................................................... 1163 (F03, Tue) Caldeira, Vincent.................................. 51 (A01, Tue) Calhoun, Margaret............................1991 (Z01, Tue) Calleja, Fabian....................................762 (B05, Tue) Calvinho, Karin.................................2008 (Z01, Tue) Calzada, Osvaldo............................. 1443 (I02, Mon) Camacho-Forero, Luis...................... 404 (A05, Wed) Cambre, Sofie........591 (B01, Wed), 695 (B03, Wed) Cambre, Sofie.................................... 694 (B03, Wed) Camillo-Castillo, Renata.................1241 (G01, Thu) Camilo, Mariana...............................1563 (I03, Wed) Campbell, Patrick.............................. 601 (B01, Wed) Campbell, Quinn.............................1230 (G01, Wed) Campen, R.........................................1771 (L01, Tue) Campidelli, Stephane........................665 (B03, Mon) Campo, Jochen...........591 (B01, Wed), 694 (B03, Wed) Canaff, Christine..............................1402 (I01, Wed), ..........................................................1789 (L01, Wed) Canaperi, Donald............................. 1260 (G02, Tue) Canizarès, Aurelién.......................... 1024 (D02, Tue) Cannon, Mark.....................................780 (B06, Tue) Cantarero, A......................................2002 (Z01, Tue) Cantwell, Richard............................. 111 (A01, Wed) Cao, Guozhong..................................540 (A06, Thu) Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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Cao, Lei..................27 (A01, Mon), 277 (A04, Wed) Cao, Ruiguo...................................... 251 (A03, Wed) Cao, Wanjun.................3 (A01, Sun), 10 (A01, Sun), ........................................................... 120 (A01, Wed) Cao, Xi............................................. 1765 (L01, Mon) Cao, Xuecheng...................................1450 (I02, Tue) Cao, Yong.......................................... 1154 (F03, Tue) Cappillino, Patrick............................. 171 (A02, Tue) Capron, Odile......................................37 (A01, Mon) Capuano, Chris.................................. 176 (A02, Tue), ..............................1410 (I01, Wed), 1681 (I06, Wed) Capuano, Christopher........................1387 (I01, Tue) Capuano, Rosamaria......................... 927 (B08, Wed) Caravaggio, Michael......................... 984 (C01, Wed) Carbonell, Diogenes...........................944 (C01, Tue) Carcea, Anatolie..................................955 (C01, Tue) Cardenas, Allan...............................1727 (K02, Wed) Cardon, Joseph.................................1836 (L02, Wed) Carim, Azhar....................................1567 (I03, Wed), ............................1823 (L01, Thu), 2064 (Z03, Wed) Carlà, Francesco.................................1510 (I02, Thu) Carlier, Dany........................................ 43 (A01, Tue) Carlin, Joseph..................................... 358 (A05, Tue) Carlson, Krista............................... 1931 (M02, Wed) Carmo, Marcelo................................1680 (I06, Wed) Carpenter, Michael............................1476 (I02, Wed) Carrara, Elena...................................1169 (F04, Wed) Carrascosa, Hector...........................750 (B05, Mon), ........................................................... 909 (B08, Wed) Carrero, Carlos.................................2035 (Z02, Wed) Carrillo-Rodriguez, J. C....................1491 (I02, Wed) Carroll, Elaine..........353 (A05, Tue), 1363 (H03, Mon) Carroll, Kyler.....................................513 (A05, Thu) Carson, Oliver................................... 420 (A05, Wed) Carter, Kenneth.......572 (A06, Thu), 1926 (M02, Wed) Carter, Michael............................... 1925 (M02, Wed) Carter, Rachel........ 158 (A02, Mon), 669 (B03, Tue) Carter, Rich....................................... 454 (A05, Wed) Carter, W................ 124 (A01, Thu), 405 (A05, Wed) Cartmell, Samuel................................. 70 (A01, Tue) Casalegno, Andrea.............................1509 (I02, Thu) Casselman, Matthew......................... 162 (A02, Tue), .................................368 (A05, Tue), 574 (A06, Thu) Casselman, Matthew.......................... 161 (A02, Tue) Částková, Klára................................ 451 (A05, Wed), ..............................477 (A05, Wed), 1781 (L01, Tue) Castro, Edison....................................738 (B04, Tue), ..............................745 (B05, Mon), 844 (B07, Mon) Castro, Fernando............................... 463 (A05, Wed) Cattarinuzzi, Emanuele....................1067 (E02, Wed) Cattiaux, Laurent..............................1808 (L01, Wed) Cavalheiro, Carla............................ 1846 (L03, Mon) Cavoué, Thomas................................1612 (I04, Thu) Čech, Ondřej..................................... 477 (A05, Wed) Cech, Ondrej..................................... 451 (A05, Wed) Cedano, Mario.....................................900 (B08, Tue) Ceder, Gerbrand................................132 (A01, Thu), ..............................154 (A02, Mon), 395 (A05, Wed) Celano, Umberto................................ 997 (D01, Tue) Celorrio, Veronica.............................1452 (I02, Tue), ...........................................................1548 (I03, Wed) Cember, Abigail................................ 915 (B08, Wed) Cen, Zhaohui...................................... 193 (A02, Tue) Centellas, Francesc...........................1078 (F01, Tue) Cerón, Maira..................................... 601 (B01, Wed) Cerqueira, Fátima............................1320 (H02, Mon) Cervera, Rinlee Butch........................580 (B01, Tue), ................................ 787 (B06, Tue), 788 (B06, Tue), ...............................813 (B06, Wed), 1161 (F03, Tue) Çetinöz, Bilgehan.............................. 1182 (F05, Tue) Cha, Eunho..............503 (A05, Thu), 776 (B06, Tue) Cha, Eunho...........403 (A05, Wed), 1994 (Z01, Tue) Cha, Younghwan................................ 387 (A05, Tue) Chabal, Yves..................................... 1217 (G01, Tue) Chabinyc, Michael............................ 595 (B01, Wed)

Chadderdon, David..........................1076 (F01, Tue), .......................................................... 1711 (K01, Tue) Chadderdon, Xiaotong..................... 1711 (K01, Tue) Chadha, Tandeep................................552 (A06, Thu) Chaduang, Sunida..............................262 (A03, Thu) Chadwick, Alexander......................335 (A05, Mon), ............................................................518 (A05, Thu) Chae, Youngcheol...........................1731 (K02, Wed) Chai, Yating......................................1913 (M02, Tue) Chaitree, Wasu.................................1093 (F01, Wed) Chakir, Mohamed.............................336 (A05, Mon) Chakrabartty, Sukanta........................1396 (I01, Tue) Chakrabarty, Sumon...................... 1943 (M02, Wed) Chakraborty Banerjee, Parama........ 106 (A01, Wed) Chakrapani, Vidhya........................ 1211 (G01, Tue), .......................................................... 1299 (H01, Tue) Chakravarty, Swapnajit...................1343 (H02, Wed) Chala, Tolosa....................................2067 (Z03, Wed) Chalamala, Babu............................... 270 (A04, Wed) Chamaani, Amir................................ 225 (A03, Tue), .............................. 455 (A05, Wed), 459 (A05, Wed) Chamberlain, Rick............................... 80 (A01, Tue) Chamelot, Pierre..............................1073 (F01, Tue), ..........................................................2083 (Z04, Wed) Chamoun, Mylad................................. 48 (A01, Tue) Chan, Cheuk Ying.............................346 (A05, Mon) Chan, Karen......................................1556 (I03, Wed) Chan, Kwong-Yu...............................25 (A01, Mon), ............................. 398 (A05, Wed), 470 (A05, Wed), ............................................................ 613 (B01, Thu) Chan, Maria....................................... 463 (A05, Wed) Chan, Thomas....................................1644 (I05, Tue) Chan, Wai Leong Mickey.................1494 (I02, Wed) Chan, Zamyla.....................................1667 (I06, Tue) Chand, Umesh..................................2060 (Z03, Wed) Chandrabose, Raghu......................... 454 (A05, Wed) Chang, An-Yi.................................1874 (M01, Mon) Chang, Chi-Hao................................. 511 (A05, Thu) Chang, Fang-Ching.........................1909 (M01, Tue), ..........................................................1920 (M02, Tue) Chang, Hee Jung...............................157 (A02, Mon) Chang, Hee Jung.................................. 96 (A01, Tue) Chang, Ho Young............................... 222 (A03, Tue) Chang, In Seop.................................2034 (Z02, Wed) Chang, In Seop....................................867 (B07, Tue) Chang, Jun-Kai.........934 (C01, Mon), 985 (C01, Wed) Chang, Jyun-Wei............................... 437 (A05, Wed) Chang, Ko-Lun.................................934 (C01, Mon) Chang, Shao-Yen.............................2067 (Z03, Wed) Chang, Ting-Wei.............................. 1335 (H02, Tue) Chang, Tsen-An................................ 427 (A05, Wed) Chang, Yu-Chung..............................153 (A02, Mon) Channon, Robert............................ 1929 (M02, Wed) Chao, Tai Fong................................. 1274 (G02, Tue) Chao, Zhongmou.............................1839 (L02, Wed) Chaoui, Hicham................................ 465 (A05, Wed) Chapman, Karena.......375 (A05, Tue), 1128 (F02, Tue) Chapon, Patrick..................................530 (A05, Thu) Chapuis, Marlène..............................336 (A05, Mon) Chasin, Adrian.................................1252 (G02, Mon) Chassagneux, Yannick...................... 712 (B03, Wed) Chatenet, Marian................................1511 (I02, Thu) Chatenet, Marian.................................. 51 (A01, Tue) Chattot, Raphaël............................... 1437 (I02, Mon) Chattot, Raphaël........1436 (I02, Mon), 1501 (I02, Thu) Chaudhari, Mangesh........................1144 (F03, Mon) Chausseau, Matthieu..........................530 (A05, Thu) Chavan, Kanchan.............................. 1163 (F03, Tue) Chawla, Neha.................................... 225 (A03, Tue), .............................. 455 (A05, Wed), 459 (A05, Wed) Che, Haiying..................................... 466 (A05, Wed) Cheek, Graham..............................1694 (K01, Mon), .........................................................1737 (K02, Wed) Chen, C. H........................................2049 (Z03, Wed) Chen, Chang...................................... 480 (A05, Wed) Chen, Chia-Hsiang............................720 (B04, Mon)

Chen, Chuan-Hua............................ 1338 (H02, Tue) Chen, Chun-Hu...................................941 (C01, Tue) Chen, Chun-Hua.............................1909 (M01, Tue), . ..........................................................1920 (M02, Tue) Chen, Fan-En..................................1351 (H02, Wed) Chen, Gugang...................................648 (B03, Mon) Chen, Haodong................................. 271 (A04, Wed) Chen, Hong........................................ 357 (A05, Tue) Chen, Hongjiang.......97 (A01, Tue), 549 (A06, Thu) Chen, Hsin-An................................. 1276 (G02, Tue) Chen, I-Hsuan..................................1914 (M02, Tue) Chen, Jerry........................................131 (A01, Thu), ............................ 343 (A05, Mon), 1140 (F03, Mon) Chen, Jian-Yu....................................153 (A02, Mon) Chen, Jinbo.......................................1055 (E02, Wed) Chen, Jingguang.................................1384 (I01, Tue) Chen, Jixin..........................................1643 (I05, Tue) Chen, Junhong.........865 (B07, Tue), 1316 (H02, Mon) Chen, Junzheng................................. 251 (A03, Wed) Chen, Jyh-Ping................................1350 (H02, Wed) Chen, Kuan-Hung............................ 402 (A05, Wed), ............................................................518 (A05, Thu) Chen, Kuo-Ching..............................130 (A01, Thu), ........................................................... 427 (A05, Wed) Chen, Kuo-Ching............................... 194 (A02, Tue) Chen, Lei..............216 (A03, Tue), 1150 (F03, Mon) Chen, Liao........................................1055 (E02, Wed) Chen, Lin................ 42 (A01, Mon), 474 (A05, Wed) Chen, Lin............................................524 (A05, Thu) Chen, Long-Qing.............................. 216 (A03, Tue), ................................ 260 (A03, Thu), 516 (A05, Thu) Chen, Miaomiao..............................1049 (E01, Wed) Chen, Mingguang.............................744 (B05, Mon) Chen, Ning.......................................724 (B04, Mon), ..............................725 (B04, Mon), 726 (B04, Mon) Chen, Po-Han..................................1351 (H02, Wed) Chen, Qiang..................................... 1020 (D02, Tue) Chen, Qiming................................... 1339 (H02, Tue) Chen, Qing........................................ 165 (A02, Tue), ..............................170 (A02, Tue), 2030 (Z02, Wed) Chen, Qingzhi................................. 1765 (L01, Mon) Chen, Ray T.....................................1343 (H02, Wed) Chen, Shih............................................ 16 (A01, Sun) Chen, Shuai.......................................1855 (L03, Tue) Chen, Shyuan-Yow.......................... 1035 (D02, Tue) Chen, Siguo........................................1444 (I02, Tue) Chen, Xilin......................................... 200 (A03, Tue) Chen, Xinlu........................................ 827 (B06, Thu) Chen, Xinwei.....................................257 (A03, Thu) Chen, Xiujuan..................................1106 (F01, Wed) Chen, Xujie.......................................... 10 (A01, Sun) Chen, Xuyuan.................................. 1305 (H01, Tue) Chen, Yen........ 1318 (H02, Mon), 1321 (H02, Mon) Chen, Yi-Hong................................1319 (H02, Mon) Chen, Yikai....................................... 1214 (G01, Tue) Chen, Yuan........................................ 602 (B01, Wed) Chen, Zhenyu.................................... 975 (C01, Wed) Chen, Zhijin....................................... 925 (B08, Wed) Chen, Zhongyi.................................... 384 (A05, Tue) Chen, Zonghai...... 457 (A05, Wed), 458 (A05, Wed) Chen Legrand, Dancheng................1906 (M01, Tue) Chen-Wiegart, Yu-chen..................... 174 (A02, Tue) Chenard, Etienne................................ 169 (A02, Tue) Cheng, Fan.......................................1055 (E02, Wed) Cheng, Han-Yi................................. 1035 (D02, Tue) Cheng, Junfang...... 297 (A05, Sun), 514 (A05, Thu) Cheng, Lei..........................................508 (A05, Thu) Cheng, Xun........1723 (K02, Wed), 1966 (Z01, Tue) Cheng, Yang-Tse.................................29 (A01, Mon) Cheng, Yi-Lung................................ 1278 (G02, Tue) Cheng, Yongqiang............................. 236 (A03, Wed) Cheng, Yu- Mei................................ 1115 (F01, Wed) Cheng, Zhe........... 1600 (I04, Wed), 1607 (I04, Thu) Chepyala, Seshuteja..........................322 (A05, Mon) Cherevko, Serhiy...............................1508 (I02, Thu) Cherukuri, Paul...................................674 (B03, Tue)

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Chesneau, Frederick....................... 36 (A01, Mon) Cheung, K.....................................1004 (D01, Tue) Chew, Soon Aik.......................... 1252 (G02, Mon) Chhowalla, Manish.......................1372 (H03, Tue) Chi, Bo.................297 (A05, Sun), 514 (A05, Thu) Chi, Miaofang................................236 (A03, Wed) Chiang, Wei Hung........................... 770 (B06, Tue) Chiang, Wei-Hung.......................1023 (D02, Tue), .......................................................1037 (D02, Tue) Chiang, Yet-Ming...........................124 (A01, Thu), ............................257 (A03, Thu), 261 (A03, Thu), ............................407 (A05, Wed), 506 (A05, Thu) Chiappe, Daniele......................... 1358 (H03, Mon) Chiashi, Shohei.............................585 (B01, Wed), ....................................................... 649 (B03, Mon) Chiba, Kazuhiro......................... 1692 (K01, Mon), .......................................................1701 (K01, Tue) Chidambaram, Dev......................... 951 (C01, Tue) Chidsey, Christopher......................237 (A03, Wed) Chigi, Yoshitaka.............................977 (C01, Wed) Chihara, Kuniko..............................311 (A05, Sun) Chiku, Masanobu.......................... 1998 (Z01, Tue) Chillawar, Rakesh........................ 1904 (M01, Tue) Chin, Bryan.................................. 1913 (M02, Tue) Chin, Bryan........1914 (M02, Tue), 1915 (M02, Tue) Chinnam, Parameswara Rao...........19 (A01, Sun), .........................................................255 (A03, Thu) Chiu, Zhe-Wei.............................. 2040 (Z02, Wed) Chladil, Ladislav...........................477 (A05, Wed), ....................................................... 1781 (L01, Tue) Cho, Byung Won.............................494 (A05, Thu) Cho, Chungyeon............................597 (B01, Wed) Cho, EunAe........1393 (I01, Tue), 1394 (I01, Tue), ..........................1434 (I02, Mon), 1485 (I02, Wed) Cho, Hyun-U.................................1113 (F01, Wed) Cho, Jaephil.....................................301 (A05, Sun) Cho, Janghyeon.............................444 (A05, Wed), ........................................................445 (A05, Wed) Cho, Janghyeon..............................486 (A05, Wed) Cho, Kuan Hsiu............................. 1478 (I02, Wed) Cho, Kyeongjae..............................825 (B06, Thu) Cho, Min.........1812 (L01, Wed), 2037 (Z02, Wed) Cho, Seong-Yong............................823 (B06, Thu) Cho, Sung-Jin..................................362 (A05, Tue) Choi, Byoung-deog....................... 1960 (Z01, Tue) Choi, Byungjin................................201 (A03, Tue) Choi, Dahyun................................ 1857 (L03, Tue) Choi, Heewon..............................1764 (L01, Mon) Choi, Hyun-Mook......................... 1985 (Z01, Tue) Choi, Jin-Woo........................... 1879 (M01, Mon), .......................1886 (M01, Tue), 1903 (M01, Tue), ...................................................... 1905 (M01, Tue) Choi, Jinsung................................. 1475 (I02, Wed) Choi, Keun-Ho................................290 (A04, Thu) Choi, Kwang Sik............................475 (A05, Wed) Choi, Min-Jae.................................462 (A05, Wed) Choi, Sang-Hoon......................... 1047 (E01, Wed) Choi, Sangwon..................................86 (A01, Tue) Choi, Seon-joo................................227 (A03, Tue) Choi, Sihyuk................................... 1603 (I04, Thu) Choi, Sun Hee............................... 1598 (I04, Wed) Choi, Sung Ryul............................ 1997 (Z01, Tue) Choi, Taekjib................................ 1805 (L01, Wed) Choi, Wonbong..............................356 (A05, Tue), ...........................403 (A05, Wed), 503 (A05, Thu), ............................ 776 (B06, Tue), 1994 (Z01, Tue) Choi, Yusong.................................444 (A05, Wed), ...........................445 (A05, Wed), 486 (A05, Wed) Chorkendorff, Ib..............................1461 (I02, Tue) Chou, Chia-Ju.............................. 1259 (G02, Mon) Chou, Ju........................................... 764 (B05, Tue) Chou, Ting-Mao............................1340 (H02, Tue) Chou, Yi-Sin......................................84 (A01, Tue) Choudhary, Eric........................... 2038 (Z02, Wed) Choudhary, Nitin............................. 776 (B06, Tue) Choudhury, Amitava.......................560 (A06, Thu)

Chrisey, Douglas.......................... 2068 (Z03, Wed) Christensen, Andreas.....................439 (A05, Wed) Christophe, Py.............................. 2056 (Z03, Wed) Chu, Chia-Ho.............................. 1318 (H02, Mon) Chu, Chih-Wei..............................121 (A01, Wed), ...................................................... 2054 (Z03, Wed) Chu, Deryn......................................1640 (I05, Tue) Chu, Peter........................................ 28 (A01, Mon) Chu, Ta-Ya.................................... 2056 (Z03, Wed) Chu, Wonshik................................ 1857 (L03, Tue) Chu, Yeon-Yi..................................442 (A05, Wed) Chua, Leon................................... 2048 (Z03, Wed) Chuang, Yao-Cia...........................1278 (G02, Tue) Chueh, William................................92 (A01, Tue), ...........................104 (A01, Wed), 1591 (I04, Wed) Chueh, Yu-Lun............................ 1364 (H03, Mon) Chun, Dooman.............................. 1857 (L03, Tue) Chun, Kyoung-Yong.................... 1897 (M01, Tue) Chung, Hee-Suk........................... 2037 (Z02, Wed) Chung, Hoon..................................1445 (I02, Tue), ..........................1617 (I05, Mon), 1635 (I05, Tue), ..........................1639 (I05, Tue), 1761 (L01, Mon) Chung, Ji Yong............................. 2044 (Z02, Wed) Chung, Kyung Yoon.......................494 (A05, Thu) Chung, Sheng-Heng.......................511 (A05, Thu) Chung, Yeonji..................................201 (A03, Tue) Chung, Yoonsung...................... 1878 (M01, Mon), ........................1892 (M01, Tue), 1900 (M01, Tue) Chupas, Peter..... 375 (A05, Tue), 1128 (F02, Tue) Ciccioli, Andrea...........................1229 (G01, Wed) Cieplak, Maciej............................ 1919 (M02, Tue) Cieslik, Patrick...............................799 (B06, Wed) Ciftyurek, Engin...... 12 (A01, Sun), 13 (A01, Sun) Cifuentes, Mauricio..................... 1911 (M01, Tue) Cihangir, Salih.............................. 1167 (F04, Wed) Cirera, Borja...................................810 (B06, Wed) Citrin, Michael................................537 (A06, Thu) Čížková, Martina......................... 1808 (L01, Wed) Clancy, Ian....................................1225 (G01, Wed) Clare, Laurie........ 1702 (K01, Tue), 2021 (Z01, Tue), .......................... 2022 (Z01, Tue), 2023 (Z01, Tue) Clark, Clayton................................1085 (F01, Tue) Clark, Robert......1008 (D01, Tue), 1254 (G02, Mon) Clark, Simon...................................364 (A05, Tue) Claude, Théo..................................712 (B03, Wed) Clement, Derek....... 40 (A01, Mon), 113 (A01, Wed) Clemmons, James...........................513 (A05, Thu) Cliffel, David.......1734 (K02, Wed), 1991 (Z01, Tue) Cloots, Rudi..................................1849 (L03, Mon) Co, Anne..........1552 (I03, Wed), 1764 (L01, Mon) Co, Anne.........................................108 (A01, Wed) Cobley, Andrew............................ 1042 (E01, Wed) Cocker, Eric....................................704 (B03, Wed) Coffer, Jeffery..........385 (A05, Tue), 1125 (F02, Tue) Cogan, Nicole.................................590 (B01, Wed) Cognet, Laurent......633 (B02, Thu), 705 (B03, Wed) Cohen, Stephan.............................1260 (G02, Tue) Cohen-Karni, Tzahi......................812 (B06, Wed), ......................................................1348 (H02, Wed) Cohn, Adam......158 (A02, Mon), 397 (A05, Wed) Cohn, Gil.........................................1571 (I04, Tue) Cojocaru, Paula............................ 1060 (E02, Wed) Cola, Baratunde..............................266 (A04, Wed) Coleman, Eric...............................1764 (L01, Mon) Coleman, Eric..................................614 (B01, Thu) Colet-Lagrille, Melanie................. 1427 (I01, Thu) Colin, Jean-Francois......................309 (A05, Sun), ........................... 336 (A05, Mon), 536 (A06, Thu) Collavini, Silvia.............................. 760 (B05, Tue) Collini, Mellissa.............................914 (B08, Wed) Collins, Gillian............................ 1363 (H03, Mon) Collins, Philip..................................718 (B03, Thu) Colmenares, Luis.......................... 159 (A02, Mon) Colombara, Diego........................1229 (G01, Wed) Colombo, Massimo......................... 42 (A01, Mon) Colson, Pierre...............................1849 (L03, Mon)

Comminges, Clément.................. 1402 (I01, Wed), .........................................................1460 (I02, Tue) Cong, Lei......................................... 904 (B08, Tue) Connell, Justin.........506 (A05, Thu), 528 (A05, Thu) Consiglio, Steven.........................1008 (D01, Tue), ..................................................... 1254 (G02, Mon) Cook, Adam................................. 1172 (F04, Wed) Cooper, Jason................................1525 (I03, Mon) Copic, Davor..................................703 (B03, Wed) Copley, Mark................................. 348 (A05, Mon) Cordova, Stephen............................ 32 (A01, Mon) Cornelius, Chris.......................... 1834 (L02, Wed), ........................1835 (L02, Wed), 1883 (M01, Tue) Corona Sandoval, Erick....................54 (A01, Tue) Corradini, Patricia......................... 1495 (I02, Wed) Corsaro, Natale..................................... 82 (A01, Tue) Corson, Elizabeth...............................1539 (I03, Tue) Costa, Magno....................................1569 (I03, Wed) Costa, Rémi........................................1610 (I04, Thu) Costa Angeli, Martina......................1067 (E02, Wed) Costa Bassetto, Victor........................1498 (I02, Thu) Costa de Oliveira, Maida................... 627 (B01, Thu) Côté, Michel............816 (B06, Thu), 818 (B06, Thu) Cox, James.......................................1796 (L01, Wed) Cox, Kathleen.................................... 798 (B06, Wed) Coya, Carmen..................................2051 (Z03, Wed) Coyle, Jaclyn.......................................24 (A01, Mon) Cozzi, Chiara.......1270 (G02, Tue), 1279 (G02, Tue) Cozzoli, P. Davide........................... 1847 (L03, Mon) Creager, Stephen............................ 1928 (M02, Wed) Credi, Caterina.................................1169 (F04, Wed) Creel, Erin..........................................1539 (I03, Tue) Cresce, Arthur.................................... 212 (A03, Tue) Crisostomo, David............................1991 (Z01, Tue) Cristoloveanu, Sorin........................ 1268 (G02, Tue) Cronin, Stephen.................................. 717 (B03, Thu) Crosnier, Olivier................................ 408 (A05, Wed) Crouch, Garrison.............................1839 (L02, Wed), ..........................................................1840 (L02, Wed) Crumlin, Ethan......1576 (I04, Tue), 1588 (I04, Wed) Cuara-Diaz, Edgar..............................576 (B01, Tue) Cuara-Diaz, Edgar..............................575 (B01, Tue) Čudek, Pavel..................................... 451 (A05, Wed) Cuenca, Alejandro...........................1788 (L01, Wed), .............................1859 (L03, Tue), 1981 (Z01, Tue), ...........................................................1982 (Z01, Tue) Cuervo Reyes, Eduardo.................... 246 (A03, Wed) Cuesta, Virginia..................................911 (B08, Wed) Cui, Xiaodan......1819 (L01, Thu), 2086 (Z04, Wed) Cui, Xiaodan........................................ 50 (A01, Tue) Cui, Yanhua...........357 (A05, Tue), 411 (A05, Wed), .............................. 426 (A05, Wed), 1154 (F03, Tue) Cui, Yi................................................ 244 (A03, Wed) Cui, Yixiu.......................................... 426 (A05, Wed) Cuisinier, Marine...............................502 (A05, Thu) Cullen, David.................................. 1761 (L01, Mon) Cullen, Patrick................................... 798 (B06, Wed) Culp, Marais............644 (B02, Thu), 791 (B06, Tue) Cummins, Dustin............................. 1027 (D02, Tue) Cunci Perez, Lisandro.................... 1937 (M02, Wed) Cuneo, Federico...............................1169 (F04, Wed) Cunin, Frederique.............................. 882 (B08, Sun) Cupid, Damian.........272 (A04, Wed), 323 (A05, Mon), ..............................328 (A05, Mon), 329 (A05, Mon) Curtiss, Larry...................................... 206 (A03, Tue) Cvelbar, Uros......1031 (D02, Tue), 1036 (D02, Tue) Czerniawski, Justing.........................2004 (Z01, Tue) Czornomaz, Lukas........................... 1266 (G02, Tue)

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Dabo, Ismaila...................................... 20 (A01, Sun), ...........................1151 (F03, Mon), 1230 (G01, Wed) Dadheech, Gayatri.............................254 (A03, Thu) Dadvand, Afshin..............................2056 (Z03, Wed) Dahbi, Mouad........... 44 (A01, Tue), 211 (A03, Tue) Dahl, Kris........................................... 640 (B02, Thu) Dai, Changsong........69 (A01, Tue), 468 (A05, Wed) Dai, Fang............................................254 (A03, Thu) Dai, Guiping...........743 (B05, Mon), 777 (B06, Tue) Dai, Kehua......................................... 461 (A05, Wed) Dai, Sheng......................................... 239 (A03, Wed) Dainese, Tiziano............................... 1716 (K01, Tue) Dale, Nilesh........................................1632 (I05, Tue) Dale, Phillip.....................................1229 (G01, Wed) Dalhuijsen, Wouter............................1519 (I02, Thu) Dallon, Kathryn..................................126 (A01, Thu) Dan, Dan.............................................544 (A06, Thu) Dandy, David................................. 1929 (M02, Wed) Dangol, Anish..................................1252 (G02, Mon) Daniel, Claus..................................... 281 (A04, Wed) Danilovic, Nemanja.......................... 176 (A02, Tue), ..............................1387 (I01, Tue), 1680 (I06, Wed), ...........................................................1681 (I06, Wed) Danné, Noémie................................. 705 (B03, Wed) Danner, Timo...................................... 316 (A05, Sun) Darling, Robert..................................1646 (I05, Wed) Darusman, Latifah K...................... 1760 (L01, Mon) Darzi, Ghazwan..................................897 (B08, Tue) Das, Biswajit.....................................2015 (Z01, Tue) Das, Sanjana......................................2015 (Z01, Tue) Das, Saptarshi..................................1366 (H03, Mon) Das, Sudip......................................... 976 (C01, Wed) Das, Tridip......................................... 1155 (F03, Tue) Dasgupta, Neil....... 402 (A05, Wed), 518 (A05, Thu) Dathar, Gopi Krishna Phani.............. 611 (B01, Thu) Datskos, Panos................................... 824 (B06, Thu) Datta, Moni.............23 (A01, Mon), 26 (A01, Mon), .................................. 38 (A01, Mon), 90 (A01, Tue), ...............................1385 (I01, Tue), 1416 (I01, Wed) Davenport, Tim................................1095 (F01, Wed) David, Lamuel......281 (A04, Wed), 350 (A05, Mon) Davies, Daniel...................................324 (A05, Mon) Davis, Andrew................................... 402 (A05, Wed) Davis, James...................................... 1189 (F05, Tue) Davis, Jonathan................................1170 (F04, Wed) Davis, Virginia....................................685 (B03, Tue) Dawson-Elli, Neal............................1138 (F03, Mon) D’Epifanio, Alessandra........................ 82 (A01, Tue) D’Epifanio, Alessandra...................... 627 (B01, Thu) De Castro, Emory............................ 1617 (I05, Mon) De Feyter, Steven............................... 998 (D01, Tue) De Gendt, Stefan...............................987 (D01, Mon) De Keersgieter, An..........................1252 (G02, Mon) De Keersmaecker, Michel................1862 (L03, Tue) de la Cruz, Pilar..................................911 (B08, Wed) de la Llave, Ezequiel......................... 404 (A05, Wed) de Lima, Fabio......1448 (I02, Tue), 1563 (I03, Wed) De Meatza, Iratxe............................... 215 (A03, Tue) de Paiva, José....................................1593 (I04, Wed) De Silva, Umanga..............................1422 (I01, Thu) De Trizio, Luca............................... 1852 (L03, Mon) De Volder, Michael........................... 703 (B03, Wed) De Vrieze, Mike............................... 1031 (D02, Tue) de Wild, Jessica...............................1229 (G01, Wed) De Wolf, Peter................................... 276 (A04, Wed) DeAngelis, Alexander...................... 1532 (I03, Mon) Debela, Ahmed............................... 1955 (M02, Wed) Decker, Kevin.....................................668 (B03, Tue) Dedov, Kirill V....................................969 (C01, Tue) Deen, M............................................2049 (Z03, Wed) Dekkers, Harold..............................1252 (G02, Mon) Del Bonis-O’Donnell, Jackson Travis........................ ............................................................ 634 (B02, Thu) del Olmo Diaz, Diego........................ 173 (A02, Tue) del Rosario, Julie Anne.................... 813 (B06, Wed), .............................. 1504 (I02, Thu), 1568 (I03, Wed)

Delacou, Clement.............................. 585 (B01, Wed) Delbos, Elise..................................1223 (G01, Wed), .............................1262 (G02, Tue), 1264 (G02, Tue) Deleporte, Emmanuelle.................... 815 (B06, Thu), ...........................................................845 (B07, Mon) Delgado, Juan......................................760 (B05, Tue) Delgado, Rafael................................. 629 (B02, Wed) Delmas, Claude.................................... 43 (A01, Tue) Delnick, Frank...................................... 17 (A01, Sun) Delp, Samuel........................................ 73 (A01, Tue) Delport, Géraud.................................665 (B03, Mon) Demarchi, Danilo.............................1066 (E02, Wed) Demir, Muslum...................................... 9 (A01, Sun) Demuynck, Steven..........................1252 (G02, Mon) Deng, Fuhai...................................... 441 (A05, Wed), ................................. 579 (B01, Tue), 689 (B03, Tue) Deng, Yue........................................... 303 (A05, Sun) Deng, Zhaofeng.....470 (A05, Wed), 613 (B01, Thu) Deniz, Okan........................................866 (B07, Tue) Dennis, John..........593 (B01, Wed), 594 (B01, Wed) Denuault, Guy.......1506 (I02, Thu), 1986 (Z01, Tue) DePablo, Juan....................................1684 (I06, Wed) Derr, Igor..............144 (A02, Mon), 1767 (L01, Tue) Dervishi, Enkeleda.............................688 (B03, Tue), .............................................................785 (B06, Tue) Desbois, Nicolas.................................905 (B08, Tue) Deshpande, Rutooj.............................136 (A01, Thu) Deshpande, Veeresh......................... 1266 (G02, Tue) Deshusses, Marc..............................2081 (Z04, Wed) Desilets, Martin........412 (A05, Wed), 1090 (F01, Wed) Desjardins, Patrick............................. 816 (B06, Thu) Deutsch, Marian................................661 (B03, Mon) Deutsch, Todd...................................1543 (I03, Tue), ...............................1547 (I03, Tue), 1565 (I03, Wed) Devianto, Hary................................... 606 (B01, Thu) Devriendt, Katia..............................1252 (G02, Mon) DeWaele, Mark.......1111 (F01, Wed), 1113 (F01, Wed) Dhandole, Love................................2037 (Z02, Wed) Dhar, Sarit........ 1289 (H01, Mon), 1290 (H01, Mon) Dhar, Sukanya.................................... 999 (D01, Tue) Dharakul, Tararaj........................... 1956 (M02, Wed) Dharmaratne, Asantha.................... 1759 (L01, Mon) Di Natale, Corrado........................... 926 (B08, Wed), ........................................................... 927 (B08, Wed) Di Noto, Vito........615 (B01, Thu), 1826 (L02, Wed) Diab, Hiba............. 815 (B06, Thu), 845 (B07, Mon) Diamanti, Maria...............................2025 (Z02, Wed) Diao, Xungang............................... 1844 (L03, Mon), .......................... 1848 (L03, Mon), 1853 (L03, Mon) Dias, Ana.......................................... 1024 (D02, Tue) Diaz, Luis........................................1699 (K01, Mon) Diaz, Luisana....................................935 (C01, Mon) Diaz, Virginia.....................................566 (A06, Thu) Diaz-Cartagena, Diana.................. 1937 (M02, Wed) Dick, Luis............................................945 (C01, Tue) Diebold, Ulrike...................................1573 (I04, Tue) Diemant, Thomas............................... 215 (A03, Tue) Dienel, Thomas...................................866 (B07, Tue) Dierickx, Sebastian............................1609 (I04, Thu) Dierolf, Volkmar.............................1283 (H01, Mon) Dietrich, Grant...................................1391 (I01, Tue) Dietz Rago, Nancy.............................528 (A05, Thu) Digal, Pradesh..................................1904 (M01, Tue) Digol, James........................................580 (B01, Tue) Dilena, Enrico.....................................42 (A01, Mon) Dillard, Caitlin...........47 (A01, Tue), 505 (A05, Thu) Din, Rameez...................................... 978 (C01, Wed) Dinescu, Gheorghe.......................... 1031 (D02, Tue) Ding, Feixiang.................................. 440 (A05, Wed), .............................. 441 (A05, Wed), 488 (A05, Wed) Ding, Wei............................................1444 (I02, Tue) Ding, Wenchuan................................ 1194 (F05, Tue) Ding, Yiming................................... 1008 (D01, Tue), .......................... 1254 (G02, Mon), 2062 (Z03, Wed) Dinh, Andrew.....................................539 (A06, Thu) Dinh, Hung........................................1419 (I01, Wed)

Dinh, Huyen.......................................1662 (I06, Tue) Dinh, Huyen.......................................1659 (I06, Tue) Diouf, Maimouna............................. 1213 (G01, Tue) Dismukes, Gerard.............................2008 (Z01, Tue) Ditter, Alex........................................... 70 (A01, Tue) Dive, Aniruddha......258 (A03, Thu), 778 (B06, Tue) Divinagracia, Maricor........................580 (B01, Tue), .............................................................788 (B06, Tue) Djenizian, Thierry.......359 (A05, Tue), 385 (A05, Tue), ...................................389 (A05, Tue), 425 (A05, Wed) Dmitriyeva, Olga.............................. 111 (A01, Wed) Doan, Huong....................................... 58 (A01, Tue), ...............................1395 (I01, Tue), 1414 (I01, Wed) Doan, Michelle................................1737 (K02, Wed) Doan-Nguyen, Vicky........................ 1128 (F02, Tue) Dobrowolny, Sascha......................... 422 (A05, Wed) Doche, Marie-Laure........................1165 (F04, Wed), ...........................................................2000 (Z01, Tue) Doeff, Marca........... 34 (A01, Mon), 362 (A05, Tue) Dogan, Fulya......... 234 (A03, Wed), 493 (A05, Thu) Dogan, Omer..................................... 981 (C01, Wed) Doh, Chil-Hoon................................. 227 (A03, Tue) Dohnálek, Jan.................................... 920 (B08, Wed) Dollé, Mickael................................... 250 (A03, Wed) Dolotko, Oleksandr...........................318 (A05, Mon) Dombrowski, David........................ 1027 (D02, Tue) Domen, Kazunari............................ 1521 (I03, Mon), .............................. 1528 (I03, Mon), 1536 (I03, Tue) Dong, Hongxu................................... 415 (A05, Wed) Dong, Jian.........................................1247 (G01, Thu) Dong, Lifeng....................................1247 (G01, Thu) Dong, Yong-Rong.............................. 199 (A02, Tue) Dongjun, Wu..................................... 1181 (F05, Tue) Donnelly, Daniel........190 (A02, Tue), 2009 (Z01, Tue) Donzello, Maria Pia............................904 (B08, Tue) Doorn, Stephen................................663 (B03, Mon), ............................... 677 (B03, Tue), 695 (B03, Wed), ................................ 706 (B03, Wed), 785 (B06, Tue) Dordi, Yezdi...................................... 1180 (F05, Tue) Doris, Sean......................................... 169 (A02, Tue) Dorman, James.................................2086 (Z04, Wed) Dorvilien, Valerio.............................. 467 (A05, Wed) Döscher, Henning.......1543 (I03, Tue), 1547 (I03, Tue) Dosmukhamedov, Nurlan.................1070 (F01, Tue) Doublet, Marie-Liesse...................... 414 (A05, Wed) Douglas, Anna.....................................669 (B03, Tue) Douglas, Lacey................................. 448 (A05, Wed) Dowling, Jonathan..........................1367 (H03, Mon) Draguta, Sergiu.................................838 (B07, Mon) Dravid, Vinayak................................ 463 (A05, Wed) Dražić, Goran.................................. 1850 (L03, Mon) Drews, Andy........... 31 (A01, Mon), 416 (A05, Wed) Drnec, Jakub.......................................1508 (I02, Thu) Drnec, Jakub.......1436 (I02, Mon), 1437 (I02, Mon), ............................... 1501 (I02, Thu), 1510 (I02, Thu) Dryfe, Robert......... 786 (B06, Tue), 795 (B06, Wed) D’Souza, Francis..............................753 (B05, Mon), .............................757 (B05, Mon), 841 (B07, Mon), ................................ 887 (B08, Tue), 889 (B08, Tue), ........................... 914 (B08, Wed), 1315 (H02, Mon), ..........................................................1919 (M02, Tue) Du, Kang.............1305 (H01, Tue), 1313 (H01, Tue) Du, Songtao....... 1913 (M02, Tue), 1914 (M02, Tue) Du, Yingge........................................1471 (I02, Wed) Duan, Chuancheng.............................1667 (I06, Tue) Duan, Wentao...................................160 (A02, Mon), .................................163 (A02, Tue), 197 (A02, Tue) Duan, Xiangfeng.............................. 1430 (I02, Mon) Duan, Xiaohong...............................1139 (F03, Mon) Dubau, Laetitia.......51 (A01, Tue), 1436 (I02, Mon), .............................1437 (I02, Mon), 1501 (I02, Thu), ............................................................1511 (I02, Thu) Dubin, Val.......... 1056 (E02, Wed), 1062 (E02, Wed) Duchêne, Léo.................................... 246 (A03, Wed) Ducros, Jean-Baptiste........................547 (A06, Thu)

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Dudney, Nancy................................. 236 (A03, Wed), ............................... 248 (A03, Wed), 543 (A06, Thu) Dufek, Eric........................................ 264 (A04, Wed) Dufond, Maxime.............................. 1213 (G01, Tue) Duma, Alemayehu.............................1454 (I02, Tue) Duncan, Josie.......1999 (Z01, Tue), 2005 (Z01, Tue) Dunham, Nathanael...........................539 (A06, Thu) Dunin-Borkowski, Rafal................. 1435 (I02, Mon) Dunk, Paul............... 737 (B04, Tue), 738 (B04, Tue) Dunn, Bruce...................................... 1128 (F02, Tue) Dura, Joseph.......................................499 (A05, Thu) Duran, Ercin...................................... 391 (A05, Wed) Duscher, Gerd.................................... 622 (B01, Thu) Dushaq, Ghada................................. 1272 (G02, Tue) Dussault, Patrick............................ 1934 (M02, Wed) Dutta, Apu K.................................. 1947 (M02, Wed) Dutta, Gaurab.................................1874 (M01, Mon) Dutta, Gaurab..........1108 (F01, Wed), 1110 (F01, Wed) Duttine, Mathieu.................................. 43 (A01, Tue) Dvořák, Dalimil..............................1718 (K01, Wed) Dwaraknath, Shyam..........................1667 (I06, Tue) Dwyer, Jason....... 1326 (H02, Mon), 1924 (M02, Wed) Dzara, Michael...................................1447 (I02, Tue) Dzwiniel, Trevor................................ 210 (A03, Tue)

Enters, Mikaela................................ 1715 (K01, Tue) Ercolani, Claudio................................904 (B08, Tue) Erdogan, Metehan...........................1103 (F01, Wed), ........................... 1105 (F01, Wed), 1118 (F01, Wed), ............................1182 (F05, Tue), 2084 (Z04, Wed), ..........................................................2085 (Z04, Wed) Eres, Gyula......................................... 622 (B01, Thu) Ereth Kasatkin, Piia...........................1458 (I02, Tue) Ergul, Emre......................................2085 (Z04, Wed) Erini, Nina........................................ 1435 (I02, Mon) Erisen, Nisa....................................... 450 (A05, Wed) Ermon, Stefano.................................... 92 (A01, Tue) Ernis, Gustria................................... 1760 (L01, Mon) Eroglu, Damla......... 450 (A05, Wed), 1050 (E01, Wed) Ersen, Ovidiu.....................................1460 (I02, Tue) Esat, Burak.........................................496 (A05, Thu) Eshetu, Gebrekidan Gebresilassie.........292 (A04, Thu) Espinosa-Magaña, F..........................1491 (I02, Wed) Esposito, Daniel...............................1170 (F04, Wed) Essafi, Mohamed Amine...................1577 (I04, Tue) Estrada, Magali................................2047 (Z03, Wed) Etcheberry, Arnaud........................1206 (G01, Mon), ......................... 1223 (G01, Wed), 1229 (G01, Wed), ...........................1237 (G01, Thu), 1244 (G01, Thu), .............................1262 (G02, Tue), 1264 (G02, Tue) Etiemble, Aurelien.........79 (A01, Tue), 383 (A05, Tue) Evans, Lindsey.........1120 (F02, Tue), 1172 (F04, Wed) Evans, Tyler........................................ 362 (A05, Tue) Evseev, Anatoly...............................1743 (K02, Wed) Exarhos, Stephen............................. 1032 (D02, Tue) Experton, Juliette............................. 1121 (F02, Tue), ...........................1354 (H02, Wed), 1832 (L02, Wed)

Fenton, James................................... 1615 (I05, Mon) Fergus, Jeffrey....................................567 (A06, Thu) Ferguson, Andrew............................ 591 (B01, Wed), .............................. 596 (B01, Wed), 663 (B03, Mon) Ferguson, Ian...................................1280 (H01, Mon) Fermin, David.......1452 (I02, Tue), 1548 (I03, Wed) Fernandez, Olivia..............................844 (B07, Mon) Fernandez, Renny......................... 1942 (M02, Wed), ........................................................ 1952 (M02, Wed) Fernández Tavizón, Salvador............575 (B01, Tue), .............................................................576 (B01, Tue) Fernández-Ariza, Javier.................... 909 (B08, Wed) Fernández-Luqueño, F......................1486 (I02, Wed) Fernando, Sandun.......................... 1940 (M02, Wed) Ferré-Borrull, Josep.......................1327 (H02, Mon), ..........................................................2047 (Z03, Wed) Ferreira, Summer.............................. 270 (A04, Wed) Ferrer-Ruiz, Andres.......................... 802 (B06, Wed) Ferrus, David........1981 (Z01, Tue), 1982 (Z01, Tue) Fetyan, Abdulmonem.......................144 (A02, Mon) Ficca, Valerio...................................... 627 (B01, Thu) Filipič, Gregor.................................. 1036 (D02, Tue) Filippone, Salvatore..........................746 (B05, Mon) Firouz, Yousef................................... 117 (A01, Wed) Fischer, Thomas............................... 1215 (G01, Tue) Fisher, Timothy................................. 598 (B01, Wed) Fister, Timothy.................................. 463 (A05, Wed) Fitzgerald, Nichole.............................1664 (I06, Tue) Flach, Joshua....................................2088 (Z04, Wed) Flahaut, Emmanuel...........................662 (B03, Mon) Flake, John..........460 (A05, Wed), 1566 (I03, Wed), ...........................1723 (K02, Wed), 1819 (L01, Thu), ...........................................................1966 (Z01, Tue) Flandorfer, Hans...............................328 (A05, Mon), ..............................331 (A05, Mon), 337 (A05, Mon) Flavel, Benjamin............................... 587 (B01, Wed) Flavin, Matthew...............................1092 (F01, Wed) Fleig, Juergen....................................1589 (I04, Wed) Fleischmann, Simon.......................... 366 (A05, Tue) Fleming, Debbie..................................957 (C01, Tue) Fliegl, Heike........................................890 (B08, Tue) Flores, Nelly......................................1078 (F01, Tue) Fobelets, Kristel..................................769 (B06, Tue) Fofana, Daouda................................143 (A02, Mon), ............................... 149 (A02, Mon), 180 (A02, Tue) Fojtikova, Veronika........................... 920 (B08, Wed) Fompeyrine, Jean............................. 1266 (G02, Tue) Forner-Cuenca, Antoni.................... 1440 (I02, Mon) Forslund, Robin........ 1409 (I01, Wed), 1502 (I02, Thu) Forsyth, Maria................................... 369 (A05, Tue), ................................400 (A05, Wed), 972 (C01, Tue) Fortier, Skie.......................................725 (B04, Mon) Fossard, Frederic.........696 (B03, Wed), 818 (B06, Thu) Foster, Michael...................................1672 (I06, Tue) Fotouhi, Abbas...................................538 (A06, Thu) Fountaine, Katherine.......................1200 (G01, Mon) Fouts, Michael...................................... 12 (A01, Sun) Fowler, P. W......................................736 (B04, Mon) Francis, Sonja................................... 1214 (G01, Tue) Franco, Alejandro.......134 (A01, Thu), 303 (A05, Sun) Franco, Alejandro.......173 (A02, Tue), 1159 (F03, Tue) Franey, John........................................957 (C01, Tue) Franssila, Sami.................................1902 (M01, Tue) Frau, Antonello....... 962 (C01, Tue), 967 (C01, Tue), ..............................1981 (Z01, Tue), 1982 (Z01, Tue) Frayret, Christine..............................330 (A05, Mon) Frederiksen, Rune............................. 647 (B02, Thu), ........................................................ 1935 (M02, Wed) Freeland, John................................... 463 (A05, Wed) Freeman, Daniel...............................1092 (F01, Wed) Frégnaux, Mathieu.........................1206 (G01, Mon), .......................... 1223 (G01, Wed), 1244 (G01, Thu), .......................................................... 1262 (G02, Tue) Freiberg, Anna.................................... 219 (A03, Tue) Freitas, Jaime...................................1284 (H01, Mon) Frensch, Steffen.................................1515 (I02, Thu)

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Eberhardt, Sebastian........................ 1623 (I05, Mon) Echegoyen, Luis............................... 601 (B01, Wed), .............................724 (B04, Mon), 725 (B04, Mon), ...............................726 (B04, Mon), 737 (B04, Tue), ................................ 738 (B04, Tue), 740 (B04, Tue), .............................745 (B05, Mon), 751 (B05, Mon), .............................844 (B07, Mon), 1089 (F01, Wed) Ecija, David....................................... 810 (B06, Wed) Eckstein, Chris................................1327 (H02, Mon) Eckstein, Klaus.................................. 709 (B03, Wed) Eddings, Eric....................................2073 (Z04, Wed) Eddy, Charles.................................1284 (H01, Mon), ...........................1285 (H01, Mon), 1301 (H01, Tue) Effenberger, Herta.............................331 (A05, Mon) Eggleton, Erica...................................257 (A03, Thu) Egorov-Brening, Tatjana.................1842 (L02, Wed) Eguchi, Keitaro.................................. 878 (B08, Sun) Ehlert, Günter.....................................568 (A06, Thu) Ehteshami, Niloofar........................... 205 (A03, Tue) Eichel, Rüdiger-Albrecht..................318 (A05, Mon) Eichhorn, Bryan.................................1576 (I04, Tue) Eiden, Stefanie..................................1087 (F01, Tue) Eigler, Siegfried................................ 792 (B06, Wed) El Belghiti, Hanane........................1223 (G01, Wed), .............................1262 (G02, Tue), 1264 (G02, Tue) El Gabaly, Farid................................ 429 (A05, Wed) El hadad, Amir..................................935 (C01, Mon) El Mejdoubi, Asmae......................... 465 (A05, Wed) El Sawy, Ehab...................................149 (A02, Mon) El Sawy, Ehab....................................1465 (I02, Tue) El-Atab, Nazek.................................2036 (Z02, Wed) El-Sayed, Hany................................ 1620 (I05, Mon) El-Zahab, Bilal.................................. 225 (A03, Tue), .............................. 455 (A05, Wed), 459 (A05, Wed) El-Zoka, Ayman...............................2032 (Z02, Wed) Elam, Jeffrey......................................524 (A05, Thu) Elbaz, Lior.......................................... 871 (B08, Sun) Elendu, Oyidia.................................2079 (Z04, Wed) Elgammal, Ramez............................. 622 (B01, Thu), ..........................................................1831 (L02, Wed) Elkaïm, Erik.......................................536 (A06, Thu) Ellinwood, Clayton........................... 420 (A05, Wed) Elliott, Corrine........161 (A02, Tue), 162 (A02, Tue), .................................368 (A05, Tue), 574 (A06, Thu) Elumalai, Ganesan............................1419 (I01, Wed) Encinas, Maria....................................942 (C01, Tue) Endo, Morinobu................................653 (B03, Mon) Engel, Christine.................................. 366 (A05, Tue) Engelhard, Mark..........200 (A03, Tue), 301 (A05, Sun) Enman, Lisa......................................1406 (I01, Wed) 176

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F. Rodrigues, Marco-Tulio................ 228 (A03, Tue) Fabre, Bruno..................................... 1213 (G01, Tue) Facchetti, Antonio..............................491 (A05, Thu) Fagan, Jeffrey.................................... 694 (B03, Wed) Fakih, Ibrahim.....................................768 (B06, Tue) Fallisch, Arne....................................1680 (I06, Wed) Fan, Donglei....................................1343 (H02, Wed) Fan, Frank...........................................506 (A05, Thu) Fan, Louzhen...................................... 826 (B06, Thu) Fan, Ye.............................................. 1261 (G02, Tue) Fan, Zhiyong........................................ 18 (A01, Sun) Fang, Baizeng....................................1493 (I02, Wed) Fang, Chengcheng............................324 (A05, Mon) Fang, Dan............................................. 56 (A01, Tue) Fang, Hui..........................................2057 (Z03, Wed) Fang, Hui........................................... 420 (A05, Wed) Fang, Te-Hua....................................2040 (Z02, Wed) Fang, Yi.......................................... 1941 (M02, Wed) Fang, Yuxin.......1566 (I03, Wed), 1723 (K02, Wed), ............................. 1819 (L01, Thu), 1966 (Z01, Tue) Fanjul Bolado, Pablo....................1869 (M01, Mon), ..........................................................1898 (M01, Tue) Farhat, Mahmoud.............................2054 (Z03, Wed) Fariborzi, Hossein............................2060 (Z03, Wed) Farimand, Samaneh.........................1886 (M01, Tue) Fasel, Roman.......................................866 (B07, Tue) Fast, Cody.......................................... 980 (C01, Wed) Faulkner, Ankita................................... 80 (A01, Tue) Favron, Alexandre.............................. 818 (B06, Thu) Fei, Ling............................................. 358 (A05, Tue) Feixas, Ferran......................................740 (B04, Tue) Felici, Roberto....................................1510 (I02, Thu) Feliu, Sebastian.................................935 (C01, Mon) Felix, Sathiyanathan...................... 1946 (M02, Wed) Félix-Navarro, Rosa María................. 54 (A01, Tue), ..........................................................1803 (L01, Wed) Feng, Lai...............726 (B04, Mon), 728 (B04, Mon) Feng, Ruishu.........974 (C01, Wed), 982 (C01, Wed) Feng, Wenchun................................1324 (H02, Mon) Feng, Xuning....... 280 (A04, Wed), 283 (A04, Wed), ................................ 285 (A04, Thu), 289 (A04, Thu) Feng, Zhange......................................253 (A03, Thu)

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Fresquez, Armando........................... 270 (A04, Wed) Freunberger, Stefan.......................... 406 (A05, Wed), ........................................................... 446 (A05, Wed) Friedman, Ariel.................................. 871 (B08, Sun) Friedrich, K.............53 (A01, Tue), 483 (A05, Wed), ............................. 1610 (I04, Thu), 1680 (I06, Wed), ...........................................................1974 (Z01, Tue) Frischmann, Peter.............................. 169 (A02, Tue) Fritsch, Ingrid.......2017 (Z01, Tue), 2020 (Z01, Tue) Fronc, Krzysztof.............................1315 (H02, Mon) Fry, Albert........................................1697 (K01, Mon) Fry, Albert........................................1688 (K01, Mon) Fu, Chengyin...................................... 609 (B01, Thu) Fu, Fang.............................................1494 (I02, Wed) Fu, Hui-Chun....................................1978 (Z01, Tue) Fu, Niankai......................................1691 (K01, Mon) Fucharoen, Suthat.......................... 1956 (M02, Wed) Fuchigami, Toshio............................ 1713 (K01, Tue) Fuchiwaki, Yusuke......................... 1939 (M02, Wed) Fuchs, David...................................... 187 (A02, Tue) Fuertauer, Siegfried..........................328 (A05, Mon), ...........................................................337 (A05, Mon) Fujibayashi, Takashi........................ 481 (A05, Wed), ........................................................... 485 (A05, Wed) Fujii, Katsushi.................................1203 (G01, Mon) Fujimaki, Yoshinobu..........................1582 (I04, Tue) Fujimoto, Cy...........166 (A02, Tue), 1456 (I02, Tue) Fujimura, Tatsuki............................1046 (E01, Wed), ...........................................................2012 (Z01, Tue) Fujiwara, Yasufumi.........................1283 (H01, Mon) Fukada, Kohei.................................. 1026 (D02, Tue) Fukunaka, Yasuhiro........................1046 (E01, Wed), ............................1231 (G01, Wed), 2012 (Z01, Tue) Fukushima, Takanori..........................852 (B07, Tue) Fukuyama, Mao............................... 1822 (L01, Thu) Fukuzumi, Shunichi.........................754 (B05, Mon), ............................................................ 872 (B08, Sun) Fulfer, Kristen................................... 202 (A03, Tue), ...............................252 (A03, Thu), 1975 (Z01, Tue) Fuller, Thomas..................................1647 (I05, Wed) Fullerton, Susan................................ 825 (B06, Thu), ......................... 1362 (H03, Mon), 1839 (L02, Wed), ..........................................................1840 (L02, Wed) Fung, Barnabas................................1058 (E02, Wed) Furube, Akihiro...................................846 (B07, Tue) Furukawa, Hidemitsu......................1064 (E02, Wed) Furukawa, Wataru...............................891 (B08, Tue) Furuta, Fumio..........1196 (F05, Wed), 1197 (F05, Wed) Futalan, Wilbert James......................1504 (I02, Thu) Futalan, Wilbert James.......................788 (B06, Tue)

Gamboa-Valero, Nadia...................1719 (K01, Wed) Gan, Li-Hua......................................736 (B04, Mon) Ganci, Fabrizio..................................1680 (I06, Wed) Gandionco, Karl Adrian....................1568 (I03, Wed) Ganesh, Prashant.............................1287 (H01, Mon) Gang, Oleg......................................1325 (H02, Mon) Gannett, Cara....................................1990 (Z01, Tue) Gao, Fei................ 488 (A05, Wed), 490 (A05, Wed) Gao, Han............... 457 (A05, Wed), 458 (A05, Wed) Gao, Liangjuan...................................1642 (I05, Tue) Gao, Ping.............. 294 (A04, Thu), 1441 (I02, Mon) Gao, Pu-Xian...................................1346 (H02, Wed) Gao, Shang.........................................289 (A04, Thu) Gao, Wei..........................................1356 (H03, Mon) Gao, Weilu.............. 673 (B03, Tue), 706 (B03, Wed) Gao, Wenzhong................................1142 (F03, Mon) Gao, Xuefei.................................... 1933 (M02, Wed) Gao, Yan............. 1413 (I01, Wed), 1833 (L02, Wed) Gao, Yu............................................. 1375 (H03, Tue) Gao, Yuan............................................. 18 (A01, Sun) Gao, Zhengning...............................2027 (Z02, Wed) Gao, Zhengning...............................2061 (Z03, Wed) Garcia, Alejandro..............................1565 (I03, Wed) Garcia, Jonathan.................................539 (A06, Thu) García, Jose............ 962 (C01, Tue), 967 (C01, Tue), ........................... 1788 (L01, Wed), 1859 (L03, Tue), ..............................1981 (Z01, Tue), 1982 (Z01, Tue) Garcia, Juan............218 (A03, Tue), 224 (A03, Tue), .............................. 234 (A03, Wed), 235 (A03, Wed) Garcia Barros, Maxime...................1248 (G01, Thu) García-Benito, Inés.............................760 (B05, Tue) Garcia-Borràs, Marc...........................740 (B04, Tue) Garcia-Cruz, Alvaro.........................1919 (M02, Tue) Garcia-Diaz, Brenda.........................1069 (F01, Tue) García-Galván, Federico...................935 (C01, Mon) Garcia-Garcia, Francisco................1011 (D02, Mon) García-García, Matías........................1427 (I01, Thu) Garcia-Iglesias, Miguel.................... 909 (B08, Wed) Garcia-Mayagoitia, S........................1486 (I02, Wed) Garcia-Mendez, Regina..................... 361 (A05, Tue) Garcia-Moreno, Eugeni...................2048 (Z03, Wed) García-Rodríguez, Orlando.............2082 (Z04, Wed) García-Vélez, Miguel......................2051 (Z03, Wed) Garcon, Véronique........................1875 (M01, Mon), ..........................................................1906 (M01, Tue) Garde, Komal.................................1873 (M01, Mon) Gardes, Frederic..............................1292 (H01, Mon) Garg, Raghav......812 (B06, Wed), 1348 (H02, Wed) Garich, Holly....................................1074 (F01, Tue), ............................ 1166 (F04, Wed), 1189 (F05, Tue), ...............................1192 (F05, Tue), 1193 (F05, Tue) Garrick, Taylor..........140 (A01, Thu), 1094 (F01, Wed) Garrot, Damien..........815 (B06, Thu), 845 (B07, Mon) Garten, Lauren...................................1667 (I06, Tue) Garzon, Fernando..............................512 (A05, Thu), ............................ 1120 (F02, Tue), 1172 (F04, Wed), ............................................................1464 (I02, Tue) Garzón, Germán................................1965 (Z01, Tue) Gascon, Jose...................................... 715 (B03, Wed) Gastaldi, Dario.................................1067 (E02, Wed) Gasteiger, Hubert...............................36 (A01, Mon), ................................ 39 (A01, Mon), 211 (A03, Tue), ................................213 (A03, Tue), 219 (A03, Tue), ..............................318 (A05, Mon), 534 (A05, Thu), ............................... 1382 (I01, Tue), 1446 (I02, Tue), .............................1513 (I02, Thu), 1620 (I05, Mon), ..............................1992 (Z01, Tue), 2006 (Z01, Tue) Gateshki, Milen.................................... 91 (A01, Tue) Gattu, Bharat...........23 (A01, Mon), 26 (A01, Mon), ................................... 38 (A01, Mon), 90 (A01, Tue) Gaubicher, Joël.................................. 119 (A01, Wed) Gaudon, Manuel............................. 1851 (L03, Mon) Gaufres, Etienne..........696 (B03, Wed), 818 (B06, Thu) Gaufrès, Étienne................................. 816 (B06, Thu) Gautier, Pierrick...............................1237 (G01, Thu) Gavvalapalli, Nagarjuna.................... 169 (A02, Tue)

Gawron, Erin....................................1790 (L01, Wed) Gaya, Caroline...................................134 (A01, Thu) Ge, Le................................................. 296 (A05, Sun) Ge, Ruijing........................................992 (D01, Mon) Ge, Shanhai....................................... 263 (A04, Wed) Geaney, Hugh....................................1970 (Z01, Tue) Gebeyehu, Molla..............................2067 (Z03, Wed) Geisler, Helge...................................1132 (F03, Mon) Geiss, Brian.................................... 1929 (M02, Wed) Geisz, John.........................................1547 (I03, Tue) Geller, Aaron......................................1576 (I04, Tue) Gellett, Wayne....... 176 (A02, Tue), 1681 (I06, Wed) Gellett, Wayne...................................1779 (L01, Tue) Gelling, Victoria..................................944 (C01, Tue) Geng, Linxiao..................................... 307 (A05, Sun) Geng, Mengmeng............................. 490 (A05, Wed) Geng, Xiaohua.................................. 1190 (F05, Tue) Geng, Xiumei......................................775 (B06, Tue) Gennett, Thomas...............................1678 (I06, Wed) Genovese, Matthew..........................1782 (L01, Tue) Gent, William....................................... 92 (A01, Tue) Gentschev, Ann-Christin.................... 351 (A05, Tue) Geohegan, David............................... 622 (B01, Thu) Georgescu, Nicholas.......................1800 (L01, Wed), .......................................................... 1825 (L01, Thu) Ger, Ming-Der...................................934 (C01, Mon) Gerbec, Jeffrey.................................. 1128 (F02, Tue) Gerber, Iann.......................................662 (B03, Mon) Gerhardt, Michael............................148 (A02, Mon), .................................165 (A02, Tue), 196 (A02, Tue) Gerile, Naren.................................... 1026 (D02, Tue) Geronia, Reynaldo.............................787 (B06, Tue), ............................................................1504 (I02, Thu) Gerroll, Benjamin...........................1738 (K02, Wed) Gerthsen, Dagmar.......1579 (I04, Tue), 1580 (I04, Tue) Gervais, Guillaume............................ 819 (B06, Thu) Geßwein, Holger...............................345 (A05, Mon) Getpreecharsawas, Jirachai..............1958 (Z01, Tue) Gewirth, Andrew................................ 206 (A03, Tue) Ghadge, Shrinath.......1385 (I01, Tue), 1416 (I01, Wed) Ghaznavi, Mahmoudreza...................955 (C01, Tue) Ghebremichael, Habte......................1564 (I03, Wed) Gheytani, Saman........156 (A02, Mon), 167 (A02, Tue) Ghiassi, Kamran................................727 (B04, Mon) Ghobrial, Samy.................................1408 (I01, Wed) Ghomian, Taher................................1886 (M01, Tue) Ghosh, Saunab....................................672 (B03, Tue) Ghoshal, Shraboni................................ 58 (A01, Tue) Giannuzzi, Roberto........................ 1847 (L03, Mon), ......................................................... 1852 (L03, Mon) Gibadullina, Alfiya..............................953 (C01, Tue) Gibilaro, Mathieu.............................1073 (F01, Tue), ..........................................................2083 (Z04, Wed) Giersig, Michael..............................1231 (G01, Wed) Giffin, Guinevere.............................. 230 (A03, Wed) Gifford, Brendan.................................677 (B03, Tue) Gigli, Guido.....................................1229 (G01, Wed) Gilbert, James..........218 (A03, Tue), 224 (A03, Tue) Gilles, Ralph......................................318 (A05, Mon) Gilman, Jeffrey.................................2038 (Z02, Wed) Gim, Jihyeon..................................... 457 (A05, Wed) Ginley, David......... 1661 (I06, Tue), 1667 (I06, Tue) Giovannantonio, Marco......................866 (B07, Tue) Girault, Hubert...............................1344 (H02, Wed), .............................1350 (H02, Wed), 1498 (I02, Thu) Gittleson, Forrest........429 (A05, Wed), 1672 (I06, Tue) Gitzendanner, Rob............................ 231 (A03, Wed) Gizzie, Evan....................................1734 (K02, Wed) Glans, Anders..................................... 312 (A05, Sun) Glass, Jeffrey...... 1776 (L01, Tue), 2081 (Z04, Wed) Glesner, Mary......................................849 (B07, Tue) Glynn, Colm....................................1363 (H03, Mon) Go, David........................................ 1021 (D02, Tue), ........................... 1839 (L02, Wed), 1840 (L02, Wed) Gobet, Mallory................................... 212 (A03, Tue) Gocyla, Martin................................. 1435 (I02, Mon)

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Gabardo, Christine...........................1058 (E02, Wed) Gaberscek, Miran..............................939 (C01, Mon) Gago, Aldo........................................1680 (I06, Wed) Gai, Yue..............................................572 (A06, Thu) Gaiaschi, Sofia...................................530 (A05, Thu) Gaieck, William............................... 1526 (I03, Mon) Gaillard, Frédéric.............................1239 (G01, Thu) Gaillard, Nicolas............................. 1529 (I03, Mon), .......................................................... 1532 (I03, Mon) Galassi, Thomas..........643 (B02, Thu), 647 (B02, Thu), ..............................664 (B03, Mon), 1935 (M02, Wed) Galiote, Nelson...................................1448 (I02, Tue) Galioto, Nicholas..............................158 (A02, Mon) Gallagher, Kevin.........508 (A05, Thu), 523 (A05, Thu) Gallaway, Joshua................................ 174 (A02, Tue) Galle Kankanamge, Susith...............1976 (Z01, Tue) Gallego, Jose M................................ 810 (B06, Wed) Gallet, Jean-Jacques..........................1588 (I04, Wed) Galli, Giulia.......................................1676 (I06, Wed) Galliani, Daniela...............................1861 (L03, Tue) Galvan, Juan Carlos.........................935 (C01, Mon), .............................................................944 (C01, Tue) Galvez-Aranda, Diego....................... 382 (A05, Tue) Gambacorti, Narciso.......................1292 (H01, Mon) Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA

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Goddard, William........581 (B01, Tue), 621 (B01, Thu) Godin, Antoine.................................. 705 (B03, Wed) Godinez, Fernando........................... 1438 (I02, Mon) Godinez-Salomon, Fernando..........349 (A05, Mon), ............................................................1425 (I01, Thu) Godoy, João.......................................1407 (I01, Wed) Goenaga, Gabriel.............................1828 (L02, Wed) Goerigk, Günther.............................. 1129 (F02, Tue) Goetjen, Timothy..............................2008 (Z01, Tue) Gogotsi, Yury................................... 101 (A01, Wed), .............................. 599 (B01, Wed), 2013 (Z01, Tue) Gogotsi, Yury...................................... 76 (A01, Tue), ...............................389 (A05, Tue), 1375 (H03, Tue) Gokcen, Dincer.......... 1183 (F05, Tue), 1380 (I01, Tue) Goldin, Mark.........1742 (K02, Wed), 1743 (K02, Wed) Goldin, Michael.............................1742 (K02, Wed), .........................................................1743 (K02, Wed) Golebiewska, Karolina....................1919 (M02, Tue) Golodnitsky, Diana........................... 243 (A03, Wed) Gomes, Henrique............................1320 (H02, Mon) Gomez, M..........................................2002 (Z01, Tue) Gomez-Escalonilla, María J.............755 (B05, Mon) Gonçalves, Anne-Marie.................1206 (G01, Mon), .......................... 1229 (G01, Wed), 1237 (G01, Thu), ............................ 1244 (G01, Thu), 1262 (G02, Tue) Gong, Hongyu....................................1450 (I02, Tue) Gonullu, Yakup................................ 1215 (G01, Tue) Gonzalez, Carlos I.......................... 1937 (M02, Wed) González, Felipe............................. 1704 (K01, Tue), ............................1709 (K01, Tue), 1719 (K01, Wed) Gonzalez Dominguez, Jose Miguel...... 635 (B02, Thu) González García, María Begoña.......1869 (M01, Mon), ...............................................................1898 (M01, Tue) González Ocampo, Javier.................... 55 (A01, Tue) Gonzalez Rodriguez, Romeo...........1492 (I02, Wed) González-Arribas, Elena..................1750 (K02, Thu) Gonzalez-Elipe, Agustin R.............1011 (D02, Mon) Gonzalez-Rodriguez, Roberto.......... 385 (A05, Tue), ................................790 (B06, Tue), 1125 (F02, Tue) Gonzalo, Elena................................... 369 (A05, Tue) Goodwin, Nicole..............................1792 (L01, Wed) Gopalakrishna, Karthik........................ 94 (A01, Tue) Gopalakrishnan, Rahul.......................37 (A01, Mon) Gorbatovski, Georg..........................1784 (L01, Wed) Gordon, Margaret...............................1661 (I06, Tue) Gordon, Michael.............................. 1025 (D02, Tue) Goroncharovskaya, Irina................1742 (K02, Wed) Gorski, Christopher.............................. 60 (A01, Tue) Gosai, Agnivo................................. 1932 (M02, Wed) Gosselin, Vincent............................... 818 (B06, Thu) Gostick, Jeff......................................155 (A02, Mon) Gotcu-Freis, Petronela..................... 272 (A04, Wed), ..............................323 (A05, Mon), 329 (A05, Mon) Gottesfeld, Shimshon....................... 1618 (I05, Mon) Gould, Isaac.......... 596 (B01, Wed), 663 (B03, Mon) Goulet, Marc-Antoni........................ 240 (A03, Wed) Goulet, Marc-Antoni......................... 196 (A02, Tue) Goutam, Shovon............................... 117 (A01, Wed) Govind, Niri......................................... 70 (A01, Tue) Govoni, Marco..................................1676 (I06, Wed) Gowenlock, Cathren...........................683 (B03, Tue) Goyal, Priyamvada..........................1137 (F03, Mon) Graaf, Matthew...............................1695 (K01, Mon) Graddage, Neil.................................2056 (Z03, Wed) Graebe, Heiko...... 242 (A03, Wed), 431 (A05, Wed) Graef, Michael.................................2050 (Z03, Wed) Graf, Maximilian....... 211 (A03, Tue), 2006 (Z01, Tue) Graham, Matt..................................... 814 (B06, Thu) Grandinetti, Philip............................. 108 (A01, Wed) Granitzer, Petra......1124 (F02, Tue), 1125 (F02, Tue) Granqvist, Claes-Goran.................. 1843 (L03, Mon) Granwehr, Josef................................318 (A05, Mon) Grattieri, Matteo.............................1733 (K02, Wed), .........................................................1739 (K02, Wed) Greber, Thomas.........719 (B04, Mon), 720 (B04, Mon) Greeley, Jeff........................................1389 (I01, Tue)

Green, Martin....................................1683 (I06, Wed) Green, Todd.........1043 (E01, Wed), 1188 (F05, Tue) Greenbaum, Steve.............................. 212 (A03, Tue) Greenbaum, Steven........................... 243 (A03, Wed) Greenblatt, Martha............................2008 (Z01, Tue) Greenlee, Lauren...............................1403 (I01, Wed) Greenman, John...............................2078 (Z04, Wed) Greer, Julia............537 (A06, Thu), 1971 (Z01, Tue) Grewal, Simranjit................................. 57 (A01, Tue) Grey, Clare........................................... 96 (A01, Tue) Griep, Mark....................................... 445 (A05, Wed) Griffin, Ben.....................................1282 (H01, Mon) Grinstaff, Mark................................... 228 (A03, Tue) Gros, Claude........................................905 (B08, Tue) Gross, Mark.......................................... 70 (A01, Tue) Gross, Zeev....................................... 871 (B08, Sun), ............................... 874 (B08, Sun), 1417 (I01, Wed) Grossman, Arthur............................1731 (K02, Wed) Grunlan, Jaime.................................. 597 (B01, Wed) Gryko, Dorota......... 876 (B08, Sun), 902 (B08, Tue) Gu, Jing.............................................1562 (I03, Wed) Gu, Wenbin.......... 1472 (I02, Wed), 1616 (I05, Mon) Gualous, Hamid.........465 (A05, Wed), 548 (A06, Thu) Guan, Pengjian................................... 355 (A05, Tue) Gubler, Lorenz................................. 1440 (I02, Mon) Gudbrandsen, Henrik........................1088 (F01, Tue) Guennou, Mael................................1229 (G01, Wed) Guerin, Elodie...................................... 43 (A01, Tue) Guetaz, Laure.....................................1509 (I02, Thu) Guichard, Pierre................................ 408 (A05, Wed) Guignard, Marie................................... 43 (A01, Tue) Guijarro, Néstor.......1404 (I01, Wed), 1523 (I03, Mon) Guillot, Sarah..................................... 203 (A03, Tue) Guin, Partha.......................................1411 (I01, Wed) Guisinger, Nathan............................. 807 (B06, Wed) Guldi, Dirk.............758 (B05, Mon), 895 (B08, Tue) Gullapalli, Hemtej.............................. 228 (A03, Tue) Gulledge, Alexander........................1094 (F01, Wed) Gullette, Emily..........2001 (Z01, Tue), 2005 (Z01, Tue) Gulppi, Miguel....................................942 (C01, Tue) Gumy, Frédéric...............................1344 (H02, Wed) Gunapu, D. V. Santhosh Kumar.........1882 (M01, Mon) Gunasekara, Iromie............................1395 (I01, Tue) Gunji, Takao......................................1957 (Z01, Tue) Gunji, Takao.............89 (A01, Tue), 563 (A06, Thu), .............................571 (A06, Thu), 1038 (E01, Wed), ..............................1961 (Z01, Tue), 1963 (Z01, Tue) Gunter, Dan.......................................1687 (I06, Wed) Guo, Jianling..................................... 479 (A05, Wed) Guo, Jinghua...................................... 312 (A05, Sun) Guo, Juchen.............307 (A05, Sun), 609 (B01, Thu) Guo, JunJi........................................ 1853 (L03, Mon) Guo, Limin.........................................533 (A05, Thu) Guo, Shaojun.....................................843 (B07, Mon) Guo, Wei............................................1490 (I02, Wed) Guo, Xiaoru.........................................865 (B07, Tue) Guo, Xing............................................959 (C01, Tue) Guo, Yangge..................................... 1432 (I02, Mon) Gupta, Amit........... 338 (A05, Mon), 583 (B01, Tue) Gupta, Kishor......................................692 (B03, Tue) Gupta, Ram B............. 9 (A01, Sun), 1546 (I03, Tue) Gupta, Richa....................................1255 (G02, Mon) Gupta, Shiva.......................................1423 (I01, Thu) Gusley, Ryan..................................... 1180 (F05, Tue) Gutierrez-Wing, Maria....................2086 (Z04, Wed) Gutruf, Philipp..................................... 77 (A01, Tue) Guyomard, Dominique....................... 62 (A01, Tue), ...................................79 (A01, Tue), 383 (A05, Tue) Gvozdik, Nataliya.............................. 188 (A02, Tue) Gyenge, Elod.............52 (A01, Tue), 1451 (I02, Tue)

Ha, Yoon-Cheol.................................. 227 (A03, Tue) Haarberg, Geir...................................... 67 (A01, Tue) Haarberg, Geir Martin.....................1088 (F01, Tue), ..........................................................1101 (F01, Wed) Habisreutinger, Severin.................... 586 (B01, Wed) Habrioux, Aurélien...........................1402 (I01, Wed) Hadad, Caroline................................. 635 (B02, Thu) Haddon, Robert.................................. 609 (B01, Thu) Hadisaputra, Lukito........................... 606 (B01, Thu) Hafiz, Hasnain...................................... 58 (A01, Tue) Hafiz, Md Abdullah Al....................2060 (Z03, Wed) Hagen, Jaime......................................1447 (I02, Tue) Hagen, Mark...................................... 120 (A01, Wed) Hai, Le..............................................1053 (E01, Wed) Haider, M Ali......................................1604 (I04, Thu) Haigh, Thomas................................. 1260 (G02, Tue) Haile, Sossina..................................1095 (F01, Wed), .............................. 1597 (I04, Wed), 1603 (I04, Thu) Hain, Franziska................................2050 (Z03, Wed) Haino, Takeharu................................ 921 (B08, Wed) Haisa, Masahiro..............................1700 (K01, Mon) Hajar, Yasmine..................................1584 (I04, Wed) Hakalahti, Minna..............................930 (C01, Mon) Hakanpää, Janina..............................929 (C01, Mon) Halalay, Ion........................................ 360 (A05, Tue) Halevi, Barr......................................1410 (I01, Wed), .............................. 1487 (I02, Wed), 1507 (I02, Thu) Hall, Derek........................................ 984 (C01, Wed) Hall, Timothy..................................1045 (E01, Wed), ............................. 1075 (F01, Tue), 1079 (F01, Tue), ............................ 1166 (F04, Wed), 1178 (F05, Tue), ..............................1179 (F05, Tue), 1186 (F05, Tue), ..............................1192 (F05, Tue), 1193 (F05, Tue), ...........................1196 (F05, Wed), 1197 (F05, Wed), ..........................................................1198 (F05, Wed) Hallez, Loic......................................1044 (E01, Wed) Halligan, Kieran................................... 58 (A01, Tue) Halmdienst, Martina......................... 1176 (F05, Tue) Halpin, Jennifer...............................1235 (G01, Wed) Halter, Jonathan................................ 1623 (I05, Mon) Ham, Hyung Chul.............................1598 (I04, Wed) Hamann, Thomas............................. 1524 (I03, Mon) Hamdan, Monjid................................1378 (I01, Tue) Hamers, Robert.................................. 203 (A03, Tue) Hamm, Steven................................... 111 (A01, Wed) Hammad, Ahmad................................. 59 (A01, Tue) Hammer, Meredith............................2005 (Z01, Tue) Hammer, Meredith............................2001 (Z01, Tue) Han, Binghong...................................493 (A05, Thu) Han, Chang-Soo...............................1897 (M01, Tue) Han, Donghoon......1839 (L02, Wed), 1840 (L02, Wed) Han, Ja-Hyung......1250 (G01, Thu), 1258 (G02, Mon) Han, Jonghee.....................................1598 (I04, Wed) Han, Jongyoon.................................1092 (F01, Wed) Han, Kee.............................................253 (A03, Thu) Han, Myungjin................................1731 (K02, Wed) Han, Qiuhua..................................... 1034 (D02, Tue) Han, Sang Wook............................... 475 (A05, Wed) Han, Sangsub..................................... 362 (A05, Tue) Hanafusa, Hiroaki...........................1019 (D02, Mon) Hanbucken, Margrit......................... 1213 (G01, Tue) Handayani, Murni............................. 925 (B08, Wed) Haneesh, C........................................1077 (F01, Tue) Hanetho, Sidsel.................................159 (A02, Mon) Hangarter, Carlos...............................949 (C01, Tue), ............................... 1183 (F05, Tue), 1380 (I01, Tue) Hansal, Selma........1176 (F05, Tue), 1191 (F05, Tue) Hansal, Wolfgang............................1099 (F01, Wed), ...............................1176 (F05, Tue), 1191 (F05, Tue) Hansen, John.................................... 1520 (I03, Mon) Hansen, Ole........................................1461 (I02, Tue) Hanson, Natalie.........1999 (Z01, Tue), 2001 (Z01, Tue) Hanzu, Ilie............ 446 (A05, Wed), 447 (A05, Wed) Hao, Ayou..........................................1479 (I02, Wed) Hao, Fang...........................................491 (A05, Thu) Hao, Guangping................................1558 (I03, Wed)

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Ha, Heung Yong................................151 (A02, Mon) Ha, Jeong Sook.................................... 77 (A01, Tue) Ha, Seongmin.................................... 482 (A05, Wed) Ha, Seungbum....................................508 (A05, Thu)

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Hao, Jifa............................................ 1006 (D01, Tue) Haon, Cédric...................................... 215 (A03, Tue) Hapiot, Philippe............................... 1824 (L01, Thu) Harada, Toshihiko.......................... 1939 (M02, Wed) Harb, John........................................1061 (E02, Wed) Hardin, William.................................1409 (I01, Wed) Hardwick, Laurence.......................... 208 (A03, Tue), ............................... 306 (A05, Sun), 410 (A05, Wed) Hardy, Emilee......................................40 (A01, Mon) Hardy, Emilee.................................... 113 (A01, Wed) Haridas, Anulekha.............................. 381 (A05, Tue) Harison, George............................... 1220 (G01, Tue) Härk, Eneli....................................... 1129 (F02, Tue), ............................. 1458 (I02, Tue), 1753 (L01, Mon) Haroz, Erik..........................................678 (B03, Tue) Harrington, David..............................1510 (I02, Thu) Harris, David........................................ 99 (A01, Tue) Harris, Stephen..................................... 99 (A01, Tue) Hart, James............................................. 1 (A01, Sun) Hart, Richard....................................2058 (Z03, Wed) Hartig, Julia....................................... 277 (A04, Wed) Hartmann, Gregory...........................1499 (I02, Thu), ...........................................................2011 (Z01, Tue) Hartmann, Nicolai......677 (B03, Tue), 706 (B03, Wed) Harutyunyan, Avetik........................648 (B03, Mon), .............................................................667 (B03, Tue) Harvey, Jackson................................ 643 (B02, Thu), ................................646 (B02, Thu), 647 (B02, Thu), ........................... 664 (B03, Mon), 1935 (M02, Wed) Harzer, Gregor.................................. 1620 (I05, Mon) Hasan, Kamrul......1733 (K02, Wed), 1739 (K02, Wed) Hasan, Md Tanvir........ 790 (B06, Tue), 791 (B06, Tue) Hasan, Md. Tanvir.............................. 644 (B02, Thu) Hashimoto, Shin-ichi.........................1575 (I04, Tue) Haskins, Justin.................................1147 (F03, Mon) Hasobe, Taku.......................................855 (B07, Tue) Hasyim, Muhammad........................... 78 (A01, Tue) Hatchett, David................................1792 (L01, Wed) Hatem, Chris....................................1241 (G01, Thu) Hatem, Christopher.........................1358 (H03, Mon) Hatter, Christine................................ 599 (B01, Wed) Hauge, Robert......... 672 (B03, Tue), 675 (B03, Tue) Haung, Chiao-Wei........................... 1278 (G02, Tue) Haupt, Dennis.........1116 (F01, Wed), 1117 (F01, Wed) Haussener, Sophia.............................1544 (I03, Tue), ..............................1560 (I03, Wed), 1561 (I03, Wed) Hautier, Geoffroy.............................. 250 (A03, Wed) Hawkins, Brian................................2081 (Z04, Wed) Hayakawa, Akinobu.........................840 (B07, Mon) Hayano, Hitoshi...............................1195 (F05, Wed) Hayase, Shuzi......................................848 (B07, Tue) Hayashi, Akari...................................1474 (I02, Wed) Hayashi, Hironobu......811 (B06, Wed), 866 (B07, Tue) Hayashi, Ryutaro.............................1689 (K01, Mon) Hayashi, Takuya................................653 (B03, Mon) Hayden, John...................................... 612 (B01, Thu) Haynes, Katherine...........................1358 (H03, Mon) He, Jin..............................................1347 (H02, Wed) He, Jr-Hau..............782 (B06, Tue), 1978 (Z01, Tue) He, Meinan............218 (A03, Tue), 234 (A03, Wed), ............................................................523 (A05, Thu) He, Xiangming...................................285 (A04, Thu) He, Xiangming.................................. 283 (A04, Wed) He, Xiaowei........... 677 (B03, Tue), 706 (B03, Wed) He, Yingchun................................... 1844 (L03, Mon) He, Yufang......................................... 1156 (F03, Tue) He, Yushi........................................... 466 (A05, Wed) He, Zitao........................................... 1339 (H02, Tue) Headrick, Robert...............................662 (B03, Mon) Hebalkar, Neha................................... 381 (A05, Tue) Hegde, Shruti...................................1893 (M01, Tue) Hegge, Friedemann............................1514 (I02, Thu) Heggen, Marc................................... 1435 (I02, Mon) Heilmann, Andreas...........................1082 (F01, Tue) Heineman, William............................686 (B03, Tue), ........................................................1870 (M01, Mon)

Heinzel, Angelika.......187 (A02, Tue), 422 (A05, Wed) Heller, Daniel.................................... 637 (B02, Thu), ................................642 (B02, Thu), 643 (B02, Thu), ................................646 (B02, Thu), 647 (B02, Thu), ........................... 664 (B03, Mon), 1935 (M02, Wed) Helms, Brett............169 (A02, Tue), 506 (A05, Thu) Hendrickson, Christopher...................738 (B04, Tue) Hendrickson, Mary........................... 177 (A02, Tue), ................................ 299 (A05, Sun), 522 (A05, Thu) Hendriksen, Peter Vang.....................1581 (I04, Tue) Henrist, Catherine........................... 1849 (L03, Mon) Henry, Charles.................................1174 (F04, Wed), ........................ 1877 (M01, Mon), 1929 (M02, Wed) Henry, Kai........................................1899 (M01, Tue) Henry, Michael................................1282 (H01, Mon) Heo, Tae Wook................................. 112 (A01, Wed), ...............................1587 (I04, Wed), 1671 (I06, Tue) Herling, Darrell..................................1660 (I06, Tue) Hernandez, Andrea...........................745 (B05, Mon) Hernandez, Griselle....................... 1937 (M02, Wed) Hernandez Londono, Carlos............. 1131 (F02, Tue) Hernández Santos, David.............1869 (M01, Mon), ..........................................................1898 (M01, Tue) Herranz, Ma Ángeles........................ 802 (B06, Wed) Herring, Andrew.............................. 1624 (I05, Mon) Hersam, Mark.......700 (B03, Wed), 796 (B06, Wed) Hertel, Tobias....... 661 (B03, Mon), 709 (B03, Wed) Heske, Clemens............................... 1529 (I03, Mon) Hesketh, Peter..................................1889 (M01, Tue) Hettinger, Jeffrey..............................1793 (L01, Wed) Heuken, Michael...............................991 (D01, Mon) Heun, Stefan....................................... 819 (B06, Thu) Heustess, Mary..........1999 (Z01, Tue), 2005 (Z01, Tue) Heutz, Sandrine.................................. 878 (B08, Sun) Hewson, John........ 269 (A04, Wed), 287 (A04, Thu) Heyse, Pieter.................................... 1031 (D02, Tue) Hickman, James............................. 1954 (M02, Wed) Hickner, Michael................................1512 (I02, Thu) Hieda, Tatsuki..................................1019 (D02, Mon) Higa, Kenneth...................................139 (A01, Thu), ................................ 140 (A01, Thu), 253 (A03, Thu) Higai, Shinichi..................................... 20 (A01, Sun) Higashi, Masanobu...........................1559 (I03, Wed) Higashi, Seiichiro............................1019 (D02, Mon) Higgwe, Tamunotelema.....................556 (A06, Thu) Higuchi, Eiji......................................1998 (Z01, Tue) Hihn, Jean-Yves..............................1044 (E01, Wed), .............................1165 (F04, Wed), 2000 (Z01, Tue) Hikavyy, Andriy..............................1252 (G02, Mon) Hilder, Matthias.................................. 369 (A05, Tue) Hilger, André..................................... 1129 (F02, Tue) Hill, Jonathan......................................889 (B08, Tue) Hilmi, Abdelkader..............................1641 (I05, Tue) Hinton, Bruce......................................972 (C01, Tue) Hipp, Kenneth................................ 1934 (M02, Wed) Hipps, K. W...........918 (B08, Wed), 919 (B08, Wed) Hira, Steven......................................1790 (L01, Wed) Hirahara, Kazuhiro..............................961 (C01, Tue) Hiramatsu, Hidehiko..........................541 (A06, Thu) Hirao, Yasukazu..................................899 (B08, Tue) Hirose, Fumihiko...............................961 (C01, Tue), ..........................................................2066 (Z03, Wed) Hirsch, Andreas................................. 804 (B06, Wed) Hirsch, Brandon................................. 998 (D01, Tue) Hirschman, Karl..............................1287 (H01, Mon) Hirt, Luca..........................................1173 (F04, Wed) Hisaeda, Yoshio................................ 1705 (K01, Tue) Hisatomi, Takashi........................... 1521 (I03, Mon), ............................................................1536 (I03, Tue) Hite, Jennifer..........1284 (H01, Mon), 1301 (H01, Tue) Hlynchuk, Sofiya............................. 1222 (G01, Tue) Ho, Ching-Kit.....................................25 (A01, Mon), ................................398 (A05, Wed), 613 (B01, Thu) Ho, Kung-Chu......1091 (F01, Wed), 1141 (F03, Mon), ............................. 1777 (L01, Tue), 1867 (M01, Mon) Ho, Kuo-Chuan.................................1863 (L03, Tue)

Hobart, Karl.....................................1285 (H01, Mon) Hobbie, Erik...................................... 584 (B01, Wed) Hodge, Stephen................................. 798 (B06, Wed) Hoe, Hui Huang.................................1505 (I02, Thu) Hoefling, Alexander.......................... 478 (A05, Wed) Hoentschel, Jan...............................1251 (G02, Mon) Hof, Lucas........................................1164 (F04, Wed) Hofferber, Eric.................................... 639 (B02, Thu) Hoffman, Jacob.................................839 (B07, Mon) Hoffmann, Jennifer...........................542 (A06, Thu), ............................................................545 (A06, Thu) Hoffmann, John..................................123 (A01, Thu) Hoffmann, Peter...............................1799 (L01, Wed) Högele, Alexander............................ 707 (B03, Wed) Höhn, Sarah.......................................929 (C01, Mon) Hoidn, Oliver....................................... 70 (A01, Tue) Holade, Yaovi........ 1752 (L01, Mon), 1789 (L01, Wed) Holby, Edward................................... 608 (B01, Thu) Holden, William................................... 70 (A01, Tue) Holder, Aaron....... 1297 (H01, Tue), 1669 (I06, Tue) Holladay, Jamelyn..........................1699 (K01, Mon), .......................................................... 1706 (K01, Tue) Hollas, Aaron..................................... 168 (A02, Tue) Hollis, Kendall................................. 1027 (D02, Tue) Holmes, Justin.................................1363 (H03, Mon) Holmes, Russell............................... 1273 (G02, Tue) Holmes, Stuart..........1442 (I02, Mon), 1492 (I02, Wed) Holmes, Stuart.....................................779 (B06, Tue) Holtstiege, Florian..............................531 (A05, Thu) Holtz, Megan......................................1390 (I01, Tue) Homma, Takayuki...........................1046 (E01, Wed), ...........................................................2012 (Z01, Tue) Hong, Gloria............213 (A03, Tue), 219 (A03, Tue) Hong, Hyeonaug............................1730 (K02, Wed), .........................................................1731 (K02, Wed) Hong, Jihyun........................................ 92 (A01, Tue) Hong, Kimin.....................................1052 (E01, Wed) Hong, Liang.....................................1152 (F03, Mon) Hong, Soon Ho................................. 442 (A05, Wed) Hopf, Toby......................................1252 (G02, Mon) Hori, Masaru...................................1016 (D02, Mon) Horiguchi, Naoto............................1252 (G02, Mon) Horikawa, Shin...............................1913 (M02, Tue), ..........................................................1914 (M02, Tue) Horoszko, Christopher...................... 647 (B02, Thu), ........................... 664 (B03, Mon), 1935 (M02, Wed) Horowitz, Gilles...............................2053 (Z03, Wed) Horrocks, Benjamin.........................1817 (L01, Wed) Horsley, Kimberly............................ 1532 (I03, Mon) Horstmann, Birger............................ 364 (A05, Tue), ..........................................................1149 (F03, Mon) Horwat, David....................................1612 (I04, Thu) Horwood, Corie........1080 (F01, Tue), 1081 (F01, Tue) Hosaka, Tomooki............................... 311 (A05, Sun) Hoshi, Yoshinao........931 (C01, Mon), 936 (C01, Mon) Hoshino, Tsuyoshi.............................1086 (F01, Tue) Hoskovcová, Irena..........................1718 (K01, Wed) Hossain, Imran.................................1108 (F01, Wed) Hosseini Benhangi, Pooya.................1451 (I02, Tue) Hosseinzadeh, Elham........................532 (A05, Thu) Hou, Chia-Hung..............................1352 (H02, Wed) Hou, Hui............................................ 487 (A05, Wed) Hou, Tianhong.................................... 214 (A03, Tue) Hou, Wei-Tzu................................... 1277 (G02, Tue) Hou, Xianhua.................................... 480 (A05, Wed) Hou, Xueyan..................................... 594 (B01, Wed) Hou, Yang............................................865 (B07, Tue) Hou, Zhentao..................................... 590 (B01, Wed) Hou, Zhongjun..................................1657 (I05, Wed) Houle, Frances......1541 (I03, Tue), 1677 (I06, Wed) Houser, Jacob....................................152 (A02, Mon) Howard, Christopher........................ 798 (B06, Wed) Höweling, Andres.............................345 (A05, Mon) Howell, Irene......................................572 (A06, Thu) Howell, Pauline...............................1224 (G01, Wed) Howland, Rachael.............................. 171 (A02, Tue)

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Howlett, Patrick..........369 (A05, Tue), 400 (A05, Wed) Hsiao, Yu-Jen...................................2040 (Z02, Wed) Hsieh, Tsung-Eong..........................2069 (Z03, Wed), ..........................................................2070 (Z03, Wed) Hsieh, Y. S...........................................28 (A01, Mon) Hsu, Chen-Pin................................1318 (H02, Mon), .........................................................1321 (H02, Mon) Hsu, Shin- Ru................................... 1115 (F01, Wed) Hsueh, Hsiao-Ting..........................1351 (H02, Wed) Htoon, Han.........................................677 (B03, Tue), ...............................695 (B03, Wed), 706 (B03, Wed) Hu, Bin.............................................. 163 (A02, Tue), ................................249 (A03, Wed), 378 (A05, Tue) Hu, Chao-kun................................... 1260 (G02, Tue) Hu, Chih-Wei....................................1863 (L03, Tue) Hu, Dehong........................................ 197 (A02, Tue) Hu, Fang............................................ 487 (A05, Wed) Hu, J..................................................2031 (Z02, Wed) Hu, Jia-Mian.......................................260 (A03, Thu) Hu, Jingwei........................................1643 (I05, Tue) Hu, Juejun......................................... 1334 (H02, Tue) Hu, Liangbing........409 (A05, Wed), 612 (B01, Thu) Hu, Mengjia......................................2020 (Z01, Tue) Hu, Pu.................................................559 (A06, Thu) Hu, Renzong.............88 (A01, Tue), 423 (A05, Wed) Hu, Shanshan...................................1102 (F01, Wed) Hu, Shuai........................................... 975 (C01, Wed) Hu, Xinguo........................................... 69 (A01, Tue) Hu, Yi................................................841 (B07, Mon), ................................. 887 (B08, Tue), 907 (B08, Tue) Huang, Chien-Yu................................941 (C01, Tue) Huang, Fei........................................1834 (L02, Wed) Huang, Feifei....................................1910 (M01, Tue) Huang, Haigou........1250 (G01, Thu), 1274 (G02, Tue) Huang, Haobo.................................... 171 (A02, Tue) Huang, Hsiao-Ying Shadow............... 97 (A01, Tue), ............................................................549 (A06, Thu) Huang, Jinchao................................... 174 (A02, Tue) Huang, Jing-Fang............................. 1336 (H02, Tue) Huang, Jing-Kai..............................1361 (H03, Mon) Huang, Jing-Wen............................1909 (M01, Tue), ..........................................................1920 (M02, Tue) Huang, Jun..........................................1631 (I05, Tue) Huang, Peifeng...................................286 (A04, Thu) Huang, Qiang...................................1977 (Z01, Tue), ..............................1979 (Z01, Tue), 2007 (Z01, Tue) Huang, Wenhao...................................905 (B08, Tue) Huang, Xing.....................................2027 (Z02, Wed) Huang, Yi-Lin....................................1571 (I04, Tue) Huang, Yizhen.................................... 297 (A05, Sun) Huang, Yu............. 1430 (I02, Mon), 1633 (I05, Tue) Huang, Zhennan.................................524 (A05, Thu) Huang, Zhongyuan...........................1503 (I02, Thu), ........................................................ 1927 (M02, Wed) Huang, Zhuangqun........................... 276 (A04, Wed) Huanghan, Hui............................... 1950 (M02, Wed) Hubbard, Peter................................1320 (H02, Mon) Hubin, Annick.....................................37 (A01, Mon) Hudish, Grant....................................1601 (I04, Wed) Hulvey, Zeric......................................1663 (I06, Tue) Hummelen, Jan.................................759 (B05, Mon) Humphrey, Jo....................................1548 (I03, Wed) Humphrey, Nicholas...........................581 (B01, Tue) Hunault, Philippe...............................530 (A05, Thu) Hung, Chen-Hsiung........................... 875 (B08, Sun) Huq, Ashfia........................................ 248 (A03, Wed) Hurst, Katherine.................................1627 (I05, Tue) Hussain, Shahzad............................ 1024 (D02, Tue), .......................................................... 1030 (D02, Tue) Hussaini, Syed.................................1692 (K01, Mon) Huyghebaert, Cedric.........................987 (D01, Mon) Huynh, Nha Uyen............................1064 (E02, Wed) Hwang, C..........................................1242 (G01, Thu) Hwang, Eui-Hyung........................... 241 (A03, Wed)

Hwang, Gyeong...............................342 (A05, Mon), ..............................401 (A05, Wed), 1499 (I02, Thu), ..............................2010 (Z01, Tue), 2011 (Z01, Tue) Hwang, Jang-Yeon........................... 396 (A05, Wed), ........................................................... 462 (A05, Wed) Hwang, Jenn-Yeu.............................1909 (M01, Tue) Hwang, Jinho..............15 (A01, Sun), 85 (A01, Tue) Hwang, Jinyeon................................151 (A02, Mon) Hwang, Seokyung............................1888 (M01, Tue) Hwang, Seong Cheol....................... 1271 (G02, Tue) Hwu, Jenn-Gwo.............................1257 (G02, Mon), ...........................1259 (G02, Mon), 1277 (G02, Tue) Hyun, Soong-Keun..........................1047 (E01, Wed)

Ishiwari, Fumitaka..............................852 (B07, Tue) Ishohashi, Ai....................................1291 (H01, Mon) Iski, Erin...........................................2033 (Z02, Wed) Iskierko, Zofia.................................1315 (H02, Mon) Islam, Juel....................................... 1947 (M02, Wed) Islam, Mohammad............................ 618 (B01, Thu), ................................620 (B01, Thu), 624 (B01, Thu), ............................................................ 640 (B02, Thu) Islam, Mohammad............................. 607 (B01, Thu) Islam, Monsur..........1987 (Z01, Tue), 2005 (Z01, Tue), ........................... 2072 (Z04, Wed), 2088 (Z04, Wed) Islam, Muhammad Naoshad............1480 (I02, Wed) Islam, Raisul.....................................2036 (Z02, Wed) Islam, Saiful...................................... 1128 (F02, Tue) Ispas, Adriana...................................1041 (E01, Wed) Istif, Akcan......................................... 635 (B02, Thu) Itagaki, Kaoru........571 (A06, Thu), 1961 (Z01, Tue) Itagaki, Masayuki.............................931 (C01, Mon), ...........................................................936 (C01, Mon) Itagaki, Naho...................................1015 (D02, Mon) Itkis, Mikhail.....................................744 (B05, Mon) Ito, Hiromu......................................... 880 (B08, Sun) Ito, Kimihiko...................................... 201 (A03, Tue) Ito, Yuya............................................1039 (E01, Wed) Ivers-Tiffée, Ellen..............................1580 (I04, Tue) Ivers-Tiffée, Ellen...........................1132 (F03, Mon), ................................1579 (I04, Tue), 1609 (I04, Thu) Iverson, Nicole................................... 639 (B02, Thu) Iwabuchi, Katsuhiko......................... 485 (A05, Wed) Iwai, Hiroshi......................................993 (D01, Mon) Iwai, Yohei.......................................1203 (G01, Mon) Iwata, Jun-ichi................................... 413 (A05, Wed) Iyuke, Sunny........................................ 11 (A01, Sun) Izumi, Reiko.................................... 1766 (L01, Mon)

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Ibrahim, Ahmed................................ 925 (B08, Wed) Ibrahim Abouelamaiem, Dina.......... 1119 (F02, Tue) Ichikawa, Takuya.............................1816 (L01, Wed) Iddir, Hakim...........218 (A03, Tue), 224 (A03, Tue), .............................. 234 (A03, Wed), 235 (A03, Wed) Idriss, Hicham.................................. 1220 (G01, Tue) Ieropoulos, Ioannis...........................2078 (Z04, Wed) Iftikhar, Faiza Jan.............................1908 (M01, Tue) Iftime, Gabriel................................... 704 (B03, Wed) Ignatova, Tetyana............................... 817 (B06, Thu) Iguchi, Fumitada................................1582 (I04, Tue) Iguchi, Yuta......................................2065 (Z03, Wed) Ihly, Rachelle.................................... 591 (B01, Wed), .............................. 596 (B01, Wed), 663 (B03, Mon) Ike, Innocent......................................... 11 (A01, Sun) Ikeda, Katsuyoshi..............................829 (B07, Mon) Ikuhara, Yuichi..........649 (B03, Mon), 652 (B03, Mon) Ilatikhameneh, Hesameddin.............990 (D01, Mon) Ilavsky, Jan........................................ 1126 (F02, Tue) Iliev, Boyan....................................... 233 (A03, Wed) Illescas, Beatriz................................. 629 (B02, Wed) Ilott, Andrew............... 61 (A01, Tue), 96 (A01, Tue) Im, Dongmin...................................... 298 (A05, Sun) Imada, Yasushi................................. 1701 (K01, Tue) Imahori, Hiroshi.......592 (B01, Wed), 756 (B05, Mon), ...................................837 (B07, Mon), 869 (B08, Sun) Imai, Hideto........................................1636 (I05, Tue) Imanishi, Akihito.................................858 (B07, Tue) Imanishi, Nobuyuki........................... 313 (A05, Sun) Imazeki, Yuuki................................1203 (G01, Mon) Inácio, Pedro...................................1320 (H02, Mon) Inagi, Shinsuke........ 1703 (K01, Tue), 1713 (K01, Tue) Inberg, Alexandra.............................1066 (E02, Wed) Ince, Mine.......................................... 909 (B08, Wed) Iniguez, B.........................................2050 (Z03, Wed) Inman, Kristopher...............................27 (A01, Mon) Inman, Maria......1045 (E01, Wed), 1075 (F01, Tue), ..............................1178 (F05, Tue), 1179 (F05, Tue), ..............................1186 (F05, Tue), 1192 (F05, Tue), ............................ 1193 (F05, Tue), 1196 (F05, Wed), ..........................................................1197 (F05, Wed) Ino, Kosuke.....................................1732 (K02, Wed) Inose, Tomoko................................... 925 (B08, Wed) Inoue, Hiroshi....................................1998 (Z01, Tue) Inoue, Kiyohiro................................. 977 (C01, Wed) Inoue, Kumi....................................1732 (K02, Wed) Inoue, Taiki........................................649 (B03, Mon) Ioku, Sunao....................................... 977 (C01, Wed) Irvine, John.........................................550 (A06, Thu) Isaac, KM.......................................... 1158 (F03, Tue) Isaacs-smith, Tamara.....................1289 (H01, Mon), .........................................................1290 (H01, Mon) Isgor, Burkan........ 937 (C01, Mon), 980 (C01, Wed) Ishida, Takuya...................................830 (B07, Mon) Ishigaki, Toshikazu.......................... 1275 (G02, Tue) Ishihara, Akimitsu..............................1636 (I05, Tue) Ishihara, Shinsuke...............................889 (B08, Tue) Ishihara, Tatsumi................................1602 (I04, Thu) Ishikawa, Makoto...............................961 (C01, Tue) Ishikawa, Naoto..................................899 (B08, Tue) Ishimori, Koichiro.............................. 881 (B08, Sun)

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Jabbari, Masoud.................................535 (A05, Thu) Jäckel, Nicolas................................... 366 (A05, Tue) Jackson, Lauren................................2033 (Z02, Wed) Jackson, Megan.................................2022 (Z01, Tue) Jackson, Shelley..................................675 (B03, Tue) Jacobs, Ryan......................................1583 (I04, Wed) Jadon, Nimsha................................. 1757 (L01, Mon) Jafari Azad, Vahid.............................937 (C01, Mon) Jafta, Charl......................................... 1129 (F02, Tue) Jäger, Rutha......... 1458 (I02, Tue), 1753 (L01, Mon) Jagota, Anand.........658 (B03, Mon), 691 (B03, Tue) Jahrman, Evan...................................... 70 (A01, Tue) Jain, Aman.......................................... 185 (A02, Tue) Jain, Anubhav.....................................1661 (I06, Tue) Jain, Rajeev........ 1821 (L01, Thu), 1894 (M01, Tue) Jaiser, Stefan.......................................495 (A05, Thu) Jakes, Peter........................................318 (A05, Mon) Jalem, Randy..................................... 432 (A05, Wed) Jamal, Mamun............................... 1943 (M02, Wed), ........................1947 (M02, Wed), 1948 (M02, Wed), ........................................................ 1949 (M02, Wed) James, Christine.........543 (A06, Thu), 1155 (F03, Tue) Jampani, Prashanth............................26 (A01, Mon), ...........................................................1416 (I01, Wed) Jampani Hanumantha, Prashanth......23 (A01, Mon), ................................... 38 (A01, Mon), 90 (A01, Tue) Janata, Jiri.........................................1790 (L01, Wed) Jänes, Alar........... 558 (A06, Thu), 1753 (L01, Mon) Jang, Byung-Koog...........................2087 (Z04, Wed) Jang, Dong Pyo............................... 1111 (F01, Wed), ............................ 1112 (F01, Wed), 1113 (F01, Wed) Jang, Hankwon...................................573 (A06, Thu) Jang, Hee Dong..................................573 (A06, Thu) Jang, Jae-Hyung........867 (B07, Tue), 2034 (Z02, Wed) Jang, Jum........... 1812 (L01, Wed), 2037 (Z02, Wed) Jang, Seung Soon................................. 68 (A01, Tue) Jang, Soohwan...............................1286 (H01, Mon), .............................1310 (H01, Tue), 1311 (H01, Tue) Jang, Yoonhee................................... 486 (A05, Wed) Jang, Yoonhee...... 444 (A05, Wed), 445 (A05, Wed) Meeting Program l May 28-June 1, 2017 l New Orleans, LA


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Jangam, John...................................... 354 (A05, Tue) Jangid, Manoj.....................................492 (A05, Thu) Janietz, Silvia.......226 (A03, Tue), 1842 (L02, Wed) Janik, Michael..........1512 (I02, Thu), 1791 (L01, Wed) Jankins, Tanner..................................1414 (I01, Wed) Jankovic, Jasna........1134 (F03, Mon), 1483 (I02, Wed) Jankowski, Piotr................................. 207 (A03, Tue) Jankowski, Piotr................................ 232 (A03, Wed) Jansen, Maximilian...........................1588 (I04, Wed) Jao, Yun-Ting................................... 1335 (H02, Tue) Japrung, Deanpen........................... 1956 (M02, Wed) Jaramillo, Thomas.............................1379 (I01, Tue), .......................................................... 1530 (I03, Mon) Jaramillo-Cabanzo, Daniel.............. 1022 (D02, Tue) Jarauta, Alex..........1644 (I05, Tue), 1652 (I05, Wed) Jarry, Angelique.................................1576 (I04, Tue) Jasinski, Jacek.................................... 354 (A05, Tue) Jayasayee, Kaushik..........................159 (A02, Mon), ..........................................................1804 (L01, Wed) Jayathilake, Buddhinie....................... 177 (A02, Tue) Jayawardena, Asanka......................1290 (H01, Mon) Jayawickramarajah, Janarthanan...... 883 (B08, Sun), .............................................................903 (B08, Tue) Jeantet, Adrien................................... 712 (B03, Wed) Jebaraj, Adriel.................................. 1825 (L01, Thu) Jeevarajan, Judith.............................. 278 (A04, Wed) Jemian, Pete....................................... 1126 (F02, Tue) Jena, Prakrit............637 (B02, Thu), 642 (B02, Thu), ................................646 (B02, Thu), 647 (B02, Thu), ........................... 664 (B03, Mon), 1935 (M02, Wed) Jeng, King-Tsai.................................... 84 (A01, Tue) Jennings, Paul.....................................532 (A05, Thu) Jensen, Annemette............................ 978 (C01, Wed) Jeon, Il............................................... 585 (B01, Wed) Jeon, Sangmin..................................1888 (M01, Tue) Jeon, Tae-Yeol.................................. 1439 (I02, Mon) Jeong, Sangsik....................................292 (A04, Thu) Jeong, Seokwon..............................1368 (H03, Mon) Jeong, Yu Ra......................................... 77 (A01, Tue) Jerschow, Alexej......... 61 (A01, Tue), 96 (A01, Tue) Jervis, Rhodri....................................155 (A02, Mon) Jezek, Erik........................................2058 (Z03, Wed) Ji, Chang........................................... 1715 (K01, Tue) Ji, Ho-Il.............................................1095 (F01, Wed) Ji, Xiulei...........................................333 (A05, Mon), ............................... 454 (A05, Wed), 1392 (I01, Tue) Ji, Yanzhou.........................................260 (A03, Thu) Ji, Zhiqiang..........................................785 (B06, Tue) Jia, Charles......................................1728 (K02, Wed) Jia, Qingying.............58 (A01, Tue), 1637 (I05, Tue) Jian, Shun-Yi........ 934 (C01, Mon), 985 (C01, Wed) Jian, Zelang..........333 (A05, Mon), 454 (A05, Wed) Jiang, Bolong..... 1116 (F01, Wed), 1117 (F01, Wed) Jiang, Chang-Ming.......................... 1525 (I03, Mon) Jiang, Chuanyu.................................1133 (F03, Mon) Jiang, Haoran..................................... 186 (A02, Tue) Jiang, Haoran...................................150 (A02, Mon), .................................179 (A02, Tue), 510 (A05, Thu) Jiang, Hua...........................................1458 (I02, Tue) Jiang, Meng........................................254 (A03, Thu) Jiang, Xiaoping................................2057 (Z03, Wed) Jiang, Yangye..................................1690 (K01, Mon) Jiang, Yuexing........ 297 (A05, Sun), 514 (A05, Thu) Jiang, Zhiyuan................................... 267 (A04, Wed) Jiao, Li..............................................1055 (E02, Wed) Jiao, Shuhong..................................... 200 (A03, Tue) Jiménez Tejada, J. A.........................2049 (Z03, Wed) Jimenez-Manero, Pablo.................... 119 (A01, Wed) Jiménez-Morales, Antonia...............935 (C01, Mon), .............................................................944 (C01, Tue) Jiménez-Trillo, Juan.........................2051 (Z03, Wed) Jin, Gyo-Young.................................1960 (Z01, Tue) Jin, Song...........................................1152 (F03, Mon) Jin, Soo-Min......................................996 (D01, Mon) Jin, Wei-Xian.......................................963 (C01, Tue) Jin, Yao................................................764 (B05, Tue)

Jin, Ying............................................1910 (M01, Tue) Jin, Younghwan................................1052 (E01, Wed) Jin, Zhen..............................................959 (C01, Tue) Jinadasa, R. G. Waruna.......................907 (B08, Tue) Jinadasa, R. G. Waruna.......................887 (B08, Tue) Jinadasa, Raja Gabadage..................841 (B07, Mon) Jing, Yan............................................. 167 (A02, Tue) Jippo, Hideyuki..................................811 (B06, Wed) Jo, Changshin.................................... 438 (A05, Wed) Job, Nathalie..................................... 1436 (I02, Mon) Johansson, Patrik............................... 232 (A03, Wed) Johnson, Justin.................................. 591 (B01, Wed) Johnson, Marcus........ 184 (A02, Tue), 650 (B03, Mon) Johnson, Melissa.............................. 1523 (I03, Mon) Johnston, Keith.................................1409 (I01, Wed), ............................... 1424 (I01, Thu), 1502 (I02, Thu) Joi, Aniruddha................................... 1180 (F05, Tue) Joiner, Corey.......................................30 (A01, Mon) Jokar, Ali............................................ 412 (A05, Wed) Jomard, François.............................. 1264 (G02, Tue) Jones, Andrew................................... 708 (B03, Wed) Jones, Brynna...................................2038 (Z02, Wed) Jones, Greg.......................................2033 (Z02, Wed) Jones, John-Paul........ 114 (A01, Wed), 231 (A03, Wed) Jones, Kevin..........1241 (G01, Thu), 1358 (H03, Mon) Jones, Reese.......................................1672 (I06, Tue) Jones, Simon..................................... 114 (A01, Wed) Jonke, Alex.......................................1790 (L01, Wed) Joo, Yong............... 145 (A02, Mon), 358 (A05, Tue) Joos, Jochen..........1132 (F03, Mon), 1579 (I04, Tue) Joost, Urmas............789 (B06, Tue), 1458 (I02, Tue) Joost, William.....................................1658 (I06, Tue) Joshi, Jarina.......................................1071 (F01, Tue) Josowicz, Mira.................................1790 (L01, Wed) Jossen, Andreas..................................568 (A06, Thu) Jothi, Lavanya..................................1916 (M02, Tue) Jović, Milica....................................1344 (H02, Wed) Jow, T.................................................... 73 (A01, Tue) Ju, Wen.................1550 (I03, Wed), 1558 (I03, Wed) Ju, Won.............................................1047 (E01, Wed) Juarez Robles, Daniel....................... 278 (A04, Wed) Juel, Mari...........................................159 (A02, Mon) Juhasz, Gergely................................1146 (F03, Mon) Juhász, Gergely.................................660 (B03, Mon) Jung, IL-Woo.....................................1960 (Z01, Tue) Jung, Jin..........................................1227 (G01, Wed), ............................ 1238 (G01, Thu), 1370 (H03, Tue) Jung, Keeyoung................................157 (A02, Mon) Jung, Roland.......................................39 (A01, Mon), ............................... 219 (A03, Tue), 1992 (Z01, Tue) Jung, Sungyeop................................2053 (Z03, Wed) Jung, Sungyup.................................... 204 (A03, Tue) Jung, Sunwoo.........1286 (H01, Mon), 1310 (H01, Tue) Jung, Ui-Hyeon................................2055 (Z03, Wed) Jung, Younghun................................ 1301 (H01, Tue) Jurczakowski, Rafal..........................1775 (L01, Tue) Jurng, Sunhyung................................565 (A06, Thu) Jux, Norbert.........................................885 (B08, Tue)

Kakiuchi, Hiroaki............................1017 (D02, Mon) Kaku, Hirokazu.................................. 199 (A02, Tue) Kakudo, Ryosuke..............................1773 (L01, Tue) Kakunuri, Manohar............................ 379 (A05, Tue) Kalaitzidou, Ioanna............................1612 (I04, Thu) Kalinin, Sergei.................................. 1210 (G01, Tue) Kalisch, Holger.................................991 (D01, Mon) Kallio, Tanja.......................................1458 (I02, Tue) Kalmykov, Anna.............................1348 (H02, Wed) Kalogiannis, Theodoros................... 439 (A05, Wed), ...........................................................1980 (Z01, Tue) Kalra, Vibha.................1 (A01, Sun), 19 (A01, Sun), ...................................47 (A01, Tue), 505 (A05, Thu) Kalu, Egwu.........1085 (F01, Tue), 1093 (F01, Wed), ........................... 2079 (Z04, Wed), 2080 (Z04, Wed) Kalu, Egwu........................................334 (A05, Mon) Kalu, Egwu......................................... 380 (A05, Tue) Kamarulzaman, Norlida..................347 (A05, Mon), ............................. 546 (A06, Thu), 1003 (D01, Tue), .......................................................... 1295 (H01, Tue) Kamat, Prashant................................839 (B07, Mon) Kamata, Toshihide............................1858 (L03, Tue) Kambara, Makoto............................ 1026 (D02, Tue) Kameyama, Tatsuya.........................832 (B07, Mon), ............................. 1531 (I03, Mon), 1773 (L01, Tue) Kamiya, Yutaro.................................832 (B07, Mon) Kamphaus, Ethan.............................. 404 (A05, Wed) Kanarbik, Rait....................................1458 (I02, Tue) Kanatzidis, Mercouri........................ 1128 (F02, Tue) Kanazawa, Kenji...............................1864 (L03, Tue) Kandhasamy, Sathiyaraj...................... 67 (A01, Tue) Kaneko, Ikue..................................... 274 (A04, Wed) Kaneko, Shingo........89 (A01, Tue), 563 (A06, Thu), .............................571 (A06, Thu), 1038 (E01, Wed), .............................1957 (Z01, Tue), 1961 (Z01, Tue), ...........................................................1963 (Z01, Tue) Kang, Chiwon.........503 (A05, Thu), 776 (B06, Tue) Kang, Huixiao...... 417 (A05, Wed), 456 (A05, Wed) Kang, Juhyun....................................1599 (I04, Wed) Kang, Kisuk....................................... 298 (A05, Sun) Kang, Kisuk....................................... 365 (A05, Tue) Kang, Kitaek.................................... 1275 (G02, Tue) Kang, Seung-Kyun.............................. 77 (A01, Tue) Kang, ShinYoung..............................1587 (I04, Wed) Kang, Suhee.......................................1428 (I01, Thu) Kang, Yongku..................................... 222 (A03, Tue) Kang, Yoon-Sok................................. 201 (A03, Tue) Kang, Yumin...........1111 (F01, Wed), 1113 (F01, Wed) Kanicki, Jerzy.................................. 1846 (L03, Mon) Kanipe, Katherine............................. 1128 (F02, Tue) Kanjolia, Ravi..................................2027 (Z02, Wed) Kannan, Arunachala........................... 626 (B01, Thu) Kannan, Balaji.................................. 1825 (L01, Thu) Kano, Kenji...................................... 1818 (L01, Thu) Kanomata, Kensaku...........................961 (C01, Tue), ..........................................................2066 (Z03, Wed) Kanso, Hussein................................1898 (M01, Tue) Kanungo, Rohit...................................774 (B06, Tue) Kao, Chen- Yuan.............................. 1114 (F01, Wed) Kao, Chung-Min...............................1863 (L03, Tue) Kao, Kun-Che....................................1537 (I03, Tue) Kao, Wei-Chih................................. 1277 (G02, Tue) Kaplan, Valery...................................1070 (F01, Tue) Karakaya, Ishak...............................1103 (F01, Wed), ...........................1104 (F01, Wed), 1105 (F01, Wed), ............................ 1118 (F01, Wed), 1182 (F05, Tue), ........................... 2084 (Z04, Wed), 2085 (Z04, Wed) Karakaya, Mehmet..............................781 (B06, Tue) Karan, Kunal.....................................1480 (I02, Wed) Karawdeniya, Buddini...................1326 (H02, Mon), ........................................................ 1924 (M02, Wed) Kardjilov, Nikolay............................. 1129 (F02, Tue) Karimaghaloo, Alireza......................... 57 (A01, Tue) Karimi, Shahram............................... 1177 (F05, Tue) Karkar, Zouina..........79 (A01, Tue), 383 (A05, Tue) Karki, Khim....................................... 375 (A05, Tue)

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Käärik, Maike..................................... 617 (B01, Thu) Kabtamu, Daniel...............................153 (A02, Mon) Kachmar, Ali......................................502 (A05, Thu) Kacica, Clayton..................................552 (A06, Thu) Kaciulis, Saulius................................ 632 (B02, Wed) Kaczur, Jerry.....................................1555 (I03, Wed) Kadimisetty, Karteek....................... 1707 (K01, Tue) Kadish, Karl........................................905 (B08, Tue) Kadish, Karl........................................904 (B08, Tue) Kadria-Vili, Yara.........656 (B03, Mon), 676 (B03, Tue) Kær, Søren..........................................1515 (I02, Thu) Kageshima, Yosuke.......................... 1528 (I03, Mon) Kahyarian, Aria................................. 986 (C01, Wed) Kajitani, Takashi.................................852 (B07, Tue) Kakeya, Tadashi................................. 367 (A05, Tue) Kakihana, Masato............................2065 (Z03, Wed)

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Karlsson, Gunder................................. 48 (A01, Tue) Karpierz, Ewelina.............................. 207 (A03, Tue) Karpov, Vyacheslav...........................953 (C01, Tue), .............................................................969 (C01, Tue) Karpushkin, Evgeny.......................... 188 (A02, Tue) Karr, Paul.............. 757 (B05, Mon), 914 (B08, Wed) Karulkar, Mohan................................31 (A01, Mon), ..................................63 (A01, Tue), 416 (A05, Wed) Karunaratne, Erandika...................... 715 (B03, Wed) Kasai, Shigenobu...........................1732 (K02, Wed), .........................................................1741 (K02, Wed) Kashko, I...........................................2002 (Z01, Tue) Kasim, Muhd.................................... 1295 (H01, Tue) Kaskel, Stefan...................................1558 (I03, Wed) Kasprzyk, Marta................................. 207 (A03, Tue) Kasse, Robert..........206 (A03, Tue), 507 (A05, Thu) Kassegne, Sam.................................1064 (E02, Wed) Katayama, Masao............................ 1521 (I03, Mon) Katiyar, Rajesh.................................. 467 (A05, Wed) Katiyar, Rajesh..................................... 87 (A01, Tue) Katiyar, Ram............87 (A01, Tue), 467 (A05, Wed) Kato, Masaru.......................................857 (B07, Tue) Kato, Yoshitaka.................................936 (C01, Mon) Kato, Yuichiro................................... 713 (B03, Wed) Katsiev, Habib.................................. 1220 (G01, Tue) Katz, Evgeny....................................1912 (M02, Tue) Kauffman, Douglas...........................1549 (I03, Wed) Kauffmann, Brice................................888 (B08, Tue) Kauppinen, Esko............................... 585 (B01, Wed) Kaur, Aman.............162 (A02, Tue), 368 (A05, Tue) Kaur, Aman Preet............................... 161 (A02, Tue) Kautek, Wolfgang............................1099 (F01, Wed) Kavcic, Matjaz...................................536 (A06, Thu) Kawada, Tatsuya.........1575 (I04, Tue), 1582 (I04, Tue) Kawagoe, Yoshiyasu.......................... 199 (A02, Tue) Kawai, Kentaro................................1240 (G01, Thu) Kawamura, Sho.................................1973 (Z01, Tue) Kazim, Ali Hussain........................... 266 (A04, Wed) Kazyak, Eric.......... 402 (A05, Wed), 518 (A05, Thu) Ke, Xinyou......................................... 189 (A02, Tue) Ke, Yi-Yun........................................ 1340 (H02, Tue) Kearns, Nicholas............................... 708 (B03, Wed) Keary, Cristin....................................1487 (I02, Wed) Keck, Devin....... 2001 (Z01, Tue), 2072 (Z04, Wed) Kee, Robert............ 138 (A01, Thu), 141 (A01, Thu) Keever, Tamara.................................. 376 (A05, Tue) Kegel, Jan........................................1235 (G01, Wed) Keilbart, Nathan................................... 20 (A01, Sun) Keller, Marlou................................... 245 (A03, Wed) Kelley, Douglas.................................... 49 (A01, Tue) Kelley, Thomas................................1745 (K02, Thu) Kellock, Andrew.............................. 1260 (G02, Tue) Kelly, Kerry......................................1893 (M01, Tue) Kempler, Paul....................................1567 (I03, Wed) Kerr, Robert....................................... 400 (A05, Wed) Ketabi, Sanaz.....................................1465 (I02, Tue) Key, Baris...........................................523 (A05, Thu) Keyser, Matthew................................288 (A04, Thu) Kgatwane, Kenneth.......................... 449 (A05, Wed) Khalil, Md Ibrahim..........................1068 (E02, Wed) Khan, AB Lateef..............................1894 (M01, Tue) Khan, Foysal.....................................2017 (Z01, Tue) Khan, Niazul.................................. 1945 (M02, Wed) Khan, Shah.......................................1799 (L01, Wed) Khan, Shirinaz..................................1904 (M01, Tue) Khan, Tuhin........................................1604 (I04, Thu) Khanam, Jobeda Jamal.....................339 (A05, Mon) Kharashi, Khawlah..........................1907 (M01, Tue) Khatami, Zahra...............................1014 (D02, Mon) Khatkar, Satyender...........................2043 (Z02, Wed) Kheawhom, Soorathep......................262 (A03, Thu) Khokhar, Ali....................................1292 (H01, Mon) Khosla, Ajit.......................................1064 (E02, Wed) Kian, Ramez.......................................535 (A05, Thu) Kibena-Põldsepp, Elo.........................789 (B06, Tue) Kiener, Julien......................................1460 (I02, Tue)

Kikas, Timo......................................1902 (M01, Tue) Kikuchi, Yoshiaki............................1252 (G02, Mon) Kilcoyne, David................................... 92 (A01, Tue) Kim, A-Young................................... 471 (A05, Wed) Kim, Beomseok................................ 704 (B03, Wed) Kim, Bong-Joong..............................1971 (Z01, Tue) Kim, Chang-Hyun...........................2052 (Z03, Wed) Kim, Changhyeon.............................. 363 (A05, Tue) Kim, Do Jun......................................996 (D01, Mon) Kim, Do Youb.................................... 222 (A03, Tue) Kim, Dong Won................................996 (D01, Mon) Kim, Dong Wook............................... 222 (A03, Tue) Kim, Dong-Joo..............................1878 (M01, Mon), ..........................................................1900 (M01, Tue) Kim, Dong-Joo.................................1892 (M01, Tue) Kim, Dong-Won.......421 (A05, Wed), 484 (A05, Wed) Kim, Eom-Ji.......................................1394 (I01, Tue) Kim, Guk-Tae................................... 245 (A03, Wed) Kim, Haegyeom................................154 (A02, Mon) Kim, Hanchul..................................... 825 (B06, Thu) Kim, Hee-Tak..................................... 298 (A05, Sun) Kim, Hui-Hun.................................... 363 (A05, Tue) Kim, Hye-Jee....................................996 (D01, Mon) Kim, Hyoung-Sub.............................1960 (Z01, Tue) Kim, Hyun-Mi........821 (B06, Thu), 823 (B06, Thu) Kim, Hyungjun.................................. 365 (A05, Tue) Kim, Hyungsub.................................1857 (L03, Tue) Kim, Hyunjin..................................... 298 (A05, Sun) Kim, Icpyo.......................................... 363 (A05, Tue) Kim, Inho.........................................2045 (Z02, Wed) Kim, Inyoung................................... 1111 (F01, Wed) Kim, Jae Chul........132 (A01, Thu), 154 (A02, Mon) Kim, Jae-Gon...................................2055 (Z03, Wed) Kim, Jae-Hong.................................. 484 (A05, Wed) Kim, Jeehwan................................... 1371 (H03, Tue) Kim, JiHyun..................................... 1301 (H01, Tue) Kim, Jihyun......................................1052 (E01, Wed) Kim, Jiyeon.......... 444 (A05, Wed), 445 (A05, Wed) Kim, Jiyoun....................................... 486 (A05, Wed) Kim, Jong Hak...................................494 (A05, Thu) Kim, Jonghoon..................................... 86 (A01, Tue) Kim, Juhyung..................................1368 (H03, Mon) Kim, Ki Chul........................................ 68 (A01, Tue) Kim, Ki-Bum..........821 (B06, Thu), 823 (B06, Thu) Kim, Ki-Ju.......................................... 823 (B06, Thu) Kim, Ki-Won...................................... 363 (A05, Tue) Kim, Kyoung Yeon........................1871 (M01, Mon) Kim, Mijin......................................... 705 (B03, Wed) Kim, Min Su........................................784 (B06, Tue) Kim, Min-Sik..........821 (B06, Thu), 823 (B06, Thu) Kim, Min-Soo.................................1252 (G02, Mon) Kim, Min-Won.................................2055 (Z03, Wed) Kim, Min-Woo..................................1971 (Z01, Tue) Kim, Minjoong......... 1394 (I01, Tue), 1434 (I02, Mon) Kim, MinJoong..........1393 (I01, Tue), 1485 (I02, Wed) Kim, Minsu.............821 (B06, Thu), 823 (B06, Thu) Kim, Nam Dong..................................675 (B03, Tue) Kim, Nam Seon................................ 475 (A05, Wed) Kim, Nam-In........1996 (Z01, Tue), 1997 (Z01, Tue) Kim, Pyung Dae............................... 1271 (G02, Tue) Kim, Sang-Hyung............................. 421 (A05, Wed) Kim, Sang-Kyung............................ 1439 (I02, Mon) Kim, Sang-Woo............................... 1373 (H03, Tue) Kim, Sanghyeon............................... 443 (A05, Wed) Kim, Sangjae....................................1040 (E01, Wed) Kim, Seon-Kyong............................. 421 (A05, Wed) Kim, Seul Cham................................. 362 (A05, Tue) Kim, Soo Jung................................... 475 (A05, Wed) Kim, Soo-Hyun.................................. 823 (B06, Thu) Kim, Su-Gyeong..............................2037 (Z02, Wed) Kim, Suhyun.......1306 (H01, Tue), 1369 (H03, Tue) Kim, Sun Tai...................................... 301 (A05, Sun) Kim, Sun-Dong................................2087 (Z04, Wed) Kim, Sung-Kon................................. 443 (A05, Wed) Kim, Sung-Soo.................................. 396 (A05, Wed) Kim, Taek-Soo.................................1047 (E01, Wed)

Kim, Taeyoung..................................... 60 (A01, Tue) Kim, Un-Hyuk................................... 373 (A05, Tue) Kim, Wuseok....................................1888 (M01, Tue) Kim, Yongjae...................................1730 (K02, Wed) Kim, Yongjae...................................1731 (K02, Wed) Kim, Youdong...................................1995 (Z01, Tue) Kim, young-Bae................................. 616 (B01, Thu) Kim, Youngjin................................... 482 (A05, Wed) Kim, Youngsang.................................1539 (I03, Tue) Kim, Yu Seung....... 1456 (I02, Tue), 1464 (I02, Tue) Kim, Yun-Jung................................... 298 (A05, Sun) Kime, Brittany...................................733 (B04, Mon) Kimijima, Ken’ichi.............................964 (C01, Tue) Kimura, Masao....................................964 (C01, Tue) Kimura, Yuta......................................1582 (I04, Tue) Kindermann, Frank............................568 (A06, Thu) King, Clarence...................................258 (A03, Thu) King, Sean........................................ 1261 (G02, Tue) Kinloch, Ian............ 786 (B06, Tue), 795 (B06, Wed) Kintrup, Juergen................................1087 (F01, Tue) Kirchhofer, Nathan.........................1208 (G01, Mon) Kirk, Donald.....................................1408 (I01, Wed), .............................1505 (I02, Thu), 1728 (K02, Wed) Kirkham, Melanie............................. 248 (A03, Wed) Kirkhorn, Amelia..............................733 (B04, Mon) Kisslinger, Kim.................................. 312 (A05, Sun) Kitago, Takuya..................................1972 (Z01, Tue) Kitamura, Masahiko.........................1474 (I02, Wed) Kitazumi, Yuki................................. 1818 (L01, Thu) Kittrell, Carter.....................................680 (B03, Tue) Kizewski, James................................160 (A02, Mon) Kizil, Huseyin................................... 391 (A05, Wed) Kjeang, Erik........................................780 (B06, Tue) Kjelstrup, Signe.................................... 67 (A01, Tue) Klahr, Benjamin.................................1659 (I06, Tue) Klahr, Benjamin.................................1377 (I01, Tue) Klavetter, Kyle...................................524 (A05, Thu) Klein, Matthew..................................125 (A01, Thu) Klem, Ethan.....................................2081 (Z04, Wed) Klement, Uta....................................1099 (F01, Wed) Klemm, Elias.....................................1974 (Z01, Tue) Klimeck, Gerhard..............................990 (D01, Mon) Klimenko, A......................................2002 (Z01, Tue) Klimenko, Maria................................ 188 (A02, Tue) Klimov, Victor...................................843 (B07, Mon) Kloes, Alexander..............................2050 (Z03, Wed) Klose, Carolin....................................1514 (I02, Thu) Klug, Christina................................1727 (K02, Wed) Klunder, Kevin.................................1174 (F04, Wed) Kluttz, Emily........1999 (Z01, Tue), 2001 (Z01, Tue) Knap, Vaclav.....................................529 (A05, Thu), ...............................538 (A06, Thu), 1980 (Z01, Tue) Knehr, Kevin.....................................325 (A05, Mon) Knies, David...................................... 111 (A01, Wed) Knight, Hannah.......... 116 (A01, Wed), 135 (A01, Thu) Knights, Shanna.................................1629 (I05, Tue) Knipper, Martin..................................1577 (I04, Tue) Knirsch, Kathrin................................ 799 (B06, Wed) Knoche, Krysti..................................1779 (L01, Tue) Knörnschild, Gerhard.........................945 (C01, Tue) Kobayashi, Akiko...........................1016 (D02, Mon) Kobayashi, Nobuyoshi...................1016 (D02, Mon) Kobayashi, Norihisa.......................1816 (L01, Wed), ...........................................................1864 (L03, Tue) Kobori, Yasuhiro.........592 (B01, Wed), 848 (B07, Tue) Kocha, Shyam...................................1627 (I05, Tue), ..............................1648 (I05, Wed), 1679 (I06, Wed) Koda, Yasumasa...............................1249 (G01, Thu) Kodambaka, Suneel.......................... 809 (B06, Wed) Kodera, Masanori............................. 1521 (I03, Mon) Koehler, Andrew.............................1285 (H01, Mon) Koeman, Menno................................1519 (I02, Thu) Koenig, Gary....... 415 (A05, Wed), 472 (A05, Wed), ................................ 497 (A05, Thu), 561 (A06, Thu) Koga, Kazunori...............................1015 (D02, Mon) Koh, Meiten....................................... 201 (A03, Tue)

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Kohl, Paul......................................... 1265 (G02, Tue) Koike, Kayo....................................1203 (G01, Mon) Koiwa, Ichiro..................................1039 (E01, Wed), ..............................1972 (Z01, Tue), 1973 (Z01, Tue) Koizumi, Yuki.................................. 1703 (K01, Tue) Kojima, Takahiko.............................. 923 (B08, Wed) Kok, Matthew...................................155 (A02, Mon) Kokoh, Kouakou............................ 1752 (L01, Mon), ..........................................................1789 (L01, Wed) Kokoh, Kouakou..............................1402 (I01, Wed), ...............................1460 (I02, Tue), 1495 (I02, Wed) Kokubo, Ken.......................................851 (B07, Tue) Kolasinski, Kurt............................... 1270 (G02, Tue) Kolenko, Petr.................................... 920 (B08, Wed) Koli, Dinesh......1250 (G01, Thu), 1258 (G02, Mon) Kolluri, Suryanarayana.....................127 (A01, Thu), ..............................131 (A01, Thu), 1140 (F03, Mon) Komaba, Shinichi............................... 44 (A01, Tue), ................................211 (A03, Tue), 311 (A05, Sun), ........................................................... 394 (A05, Wed) Komatsu, Naoki................................ 925 (B08, Wed) Komini Babu, Siddharth...................1445 (I02, Tue), ...........................................................1472 (I02, Wed) Komini Babu, Siddharth....................1639 (I05, Tue) Kommandur, Sampath.....................1889 (M01, Tue) Kondekar, Neha............................... 1376 (H03, Tue) Kondo, T..........................................1741 (K02, Wed) Kondo, Toshiaki................................834 (B07, Mon) Kondo, Yuki...................................... 432 (A05, Wed) Kongkanand, Anusorn.....................1472 (I02, Wed), ............................. 1487 (I02, Wed), 1616 (I05, Mon) Konink, Jonne....................................1519 (I02, Thu) Kono, Junichiro................................662 (B03, Mon), ................................ 673 (B03, Tue), 706 (B03, Wed) Kontturi, Eero.......929 (C01, Mon), 930 (C01, Mon) Koo, Boram.......................................... 83 (A01, Tue) Koo, Jahyun......................................... 77 (A01, Tue) Kook, Mati..............617 (B01, Thu), 789 (B06, Tue) Kopljar, Dennis.................................1974 (Z01, Tue) Koratkar, Nikhil............................... 1337 (H02, Tue) Koriyama, Hiroki............................1741 (K02, Wed) Kornyshev, Alexei............................ 1209 (G01, Tue) Kosakian, Aslan................................1652 (I05, Wed) Köse, Kadir....................................... 1130 (F02, Tue) Kosta, Ivet...........................................760 (B05, Tue) Kostanyan, Aram..............................720 (B04, Mon) Kostecki, Robert................................1539 (I03, Tue) Kotomin, Eugene..............................1585 (I04, Wed) Kotov, Nicholas...............................1324 (H02, Mon) Kousaalya, A..................................... 489 (A05, Wed) Kovacevic, Eva....... 1024 (D02, Tue), 1030 (D02, Tue) Kovtun, Yuriy......................................896 (B08, Tue) Kowalska, Ewa...................................859 (B07, Tue) Kowalski, Damian...........................1051 (E01, Wed) Kowalski, Jeffrey.........161 (A02, Tue), 162 (A02, Tue) Kown, Hyo-Jun................................2055 (Z03, Wed) Koyama, Michihisa...........................1586 (I04, Wed) Kozen, Alex....................................... 409 (A05, Wed) Kozimor, Stosh..................................... 70 (A01, Tue) Kramer, Denis................................... 406 (A05, Wed) Krause, Frederick...... 114 (A01, Wed), 231 (A03, Wed) Krause, Steffi........1769 (L01, Tue), 1770 (L01, Tue) Krauss, Todd..................................... 590 (B01, Wed) Krbal, Milos....................................1236 (G01, Wed) Krein, Michael....................................668 (B03, Tue) Kreller, Cortney..................................1464 (I02, Tue) Kremer, Matthias.............................1175 (F04, Wed) Kreta, Ahmed....................................939 (C01, Mon) Krishnan, Sadagopan......................1744 (K02, Thu), ...........................1746 (K02, Thu), 1747 (K02, Thu), ..........................1759 (L01, Mon), 1936 (M02, Wed) Krishnaprasad, Adithi........................ 822 (B06, Thu) Kropf, Jeremy..................................... 296 (A05, Sun) Krumdick, Gregory............................ 210 (A03, Tue) Krüner, Benjamin............................... 366 (A05, Tue) Krupke, Ralph................................... 699 (B03, Wed)

Krusor, Brent....................................1918 (M02, Tue) Kruusenberg, Ivar........617 (B01, Thu), 626 (B01, Thu) Krylov, Denis.........720 (B04, Mon), 765 (B05, Tue) Ku, Dongho....................................... 482 (A05, Wed) Kuan, Chieh-Hsiung.......................1091 (F01, Wed), ........................... 1141 (F03, Mon), 1777 (L01, Tue), ..........................1867 (M01, Mon), 2028 (Z02, Wed) Kub, Francis.........1284 (H01, Mon), 1285 (H01, Mon) Kuball, Martin.................................1281 (H01, Mon) Kube, Alexander..........53 (A01, Tue), 159 (A02, Mon) Kubiak, Pierre.................................... 193 (A02, Tue) Kubicek, Stefan...............................1252 (G02, Mon) Kubicsko, Michael............................ 282 (A04, Wed) Kubo, Takashi.....................................846 (B07, Tue) Kubo, Yoshimi................................... 201 (A03, Tue) Kubota, Jun........................................1574 (I04, Tue) Kubota, Kei.............. 44 (A01, Tue), 211 (A03, Tue), ................................311 (A05, Sun), 394 (A05, Wed) Kubota, Shigeru........961 (C01, Tue), 2066 (Z03, Wed) Kubota, Yusuke...............................1017 (D02, Mon) Kuchakova, Iryna............................. 1031 (D02, Tue) Kucharczyk, Christopher...................1603 (I04, Thu) Kudla, Robert......................................31 (A01, Mon) Kudo, Akihiko..................................1810 (L01, Wed) Kühl, Stefanie.......1435 (I02, Mon), 1508 (I02, Thu) Kühnel, Ruben-Simon..................... 246 (A03, Wed), ............................................................ 308 (A05, Sun) Kuklja, Maija....................................1585 (I04, Wed) Kukreja, Ratandeep..........................1472 (I02, Wed), ...........................................................1476 (I02, Wed) Kukuchi, Ko.....................................2066 (Z03, Wed) Kul, Mehmet....................................1104 (F01, Wed) Kulametov, Zhalgas...........................256 (A03, Thu) Kulesza, Pawel..........1463 (I02, Tue), 1553 (I03, Wed), ...............................1710 (K01, Tue), 1796 (L01, Wed) Kulkarni, Aniruddha...................... 1930 (M02, Wed) Kumakura, Shinichi.......................... 394 (A05, Wed) Kumamoto, Akihito.........................649 (B03, Mon), ...........................................................652 (B03, Mon) Kumar, Abishek...............................2038 (Z02, Wed) Kumar, Amod.....................................1632 (I05, Tue) Kumar, Pawan...................................... 87 (A01, Tue) Kumar, Ravi...................................... 276 (A04, Wed) Kumar, Satish......................................692 (B03, Tue) Kumar V., Kranthi.............................. 999 (D01, Tue) Kumaraguru, Swami.........................1476 (I02, Wed) Kumari, Sudesh..................................1381 (I01, Tue) Kumeno, Shota.................................1040 (E01, Wed) Kummel, Andrew.............................. 825 (B06, Thu), .......................................................... 1273 (G02, Tue) Kumsa, Doe...................................... 1825 (L01, Thu) Kumta, Prashant......23 (A01, Mon), 26 (A01, Mon), .................................. 38 (A01, Mon), 90 (A01, Tue), ...............................1385 (I01, Tue), 1416 (I01, Wed) Kundu, Arpan.................................... 598 (B01, Wed) Kunimoto, Masahiro.......................1046 (E01, Wed), ...........................................................2012 (Z01, Tue) Kunnen, Eddy.................................1252 (G02, Mon) Kuno, Masaru....................................838 (B07, Mon) Kunz, H............................................ 1615 (I05, Mon) Kunz, Roderick................................ 1613 (I05, Mon) Kunz, Ulrich....... 1116 (F01, Wed), 1117 (F01, Wed) Kuo, Mei-Chen................................ 1624 (I05, Mon) Kuo, Yue.......................................... 1002 (D01, Tue), ............................1005 (D01, Tue), 1899 (M01, Tue) Kureshi, Sahida...................................780 (B06, Tue) Kurig, Heisi......... 1458 (I02, Tue), 1753 (L01, Mon) Kurita, Tomochika............................ 413 (A05, Wed) Kuriyama, Yu................................... 1713 (K01, Tue) Kurmanbayeva, Indira.......................256 (A03, Thu) Kurniawan, Cepi.................................864 (B07, Tue) Kuroda, Daniel........... 202 (A03, Tue), 252 (A03, Thu), ..............................1975 (Z01, Tue), 1976 (Z01, Tue) Kuroda, Kensuke.............................1040 (E01, Wed) Kuroda, Rihito..................................1249 (G01, Thu) Kuroiwa, Yoshinori............................1537 (I03, Tue)

Kurra, Narendra................................ 599 (B01, Wed) Kurtz, Sarah........................................1661 (I06, Tue) Kusoglu, Ahmet...............................1830 (L02, Wed) Kutner, Wlodzimierz.......................1919 (M02, Tue) Kuwabata, Susumu..........................832 (B07, Mon), ...........................1531 (I03, Mon), 1766 (L01, Mon), ...........................................................1773 (L01, Tue) Kuwata, Hiroko.................................. 313 (A05, Sun) Kuzuhara, Daiki..................................891 (B08, Tue) Kuzum, Duygu..................................995 (D01, Mon) Kvashnina, Kristina...........................536 (A06, Thu) Kwabi, David..................................... 196 (A02, Tue) Kwade, Arno........ 242 (A03, Wed), 431 (A05, Wed) Kwak, Byungkwan..........................1891 (M01, Tue) Kwak, Iljo........................................... 825 (B06, Thu) Kwak, Won-Jin................................... 304 (A05, Sun) Kwangmin, Lee....... 966 (C01, Tue), 968 (C01, Tue) Kweon, Kyoung...... 93 (A01, Tue), 319 (A05, Mon) Kwon, Hyejin.................................... 705 (B03, Wed) Kwon, Hyuk Jae................................. 298 (A05, Sun) Kwon, Ki-Hyun................................996 (D01, Mon) Kwon, Young-Gil.............................. 241 (A03, Wed) Kymissis, Ioannis.............................2052 (Z03, Wed) Kyritsis, Panayotis............................1400 (I01, Wed) Kysar, Jesse....................................1880 (M01, Mon)

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Labata, Marc Francis..........................580 (B01, Tue) Labbé, Eric.......................................1808 (L01, Wed) Labbe, Eric....................................... 1712 (K01, Tue) Labelle, Cathy..................................1250 (G01, Thu) Laberty-Robert, Christel................. 1754 (L01, Mon) Labonnote-Weber, Sophie................159 (A02, Mon) Labuta, Jan..........................................889 (B08, Tue) Lach, Patrycja...................................1919 (M02, Tue) LaCombe, Jeffrey................................951 (C01, Tue) Lacoste, François................................. 51 (A01, Tue) Lafargue, Paul................................... 799 (B06, Wed) Lafforgue, Clémence.........................1511 (I02, Thu) Lai, Ke-Yu........................................2075 (Z04, Wed) Lai, Rebecca........1934 (M02, Wed), 1938 (M02, Wed) Lai, Yu-Liang..........1114 (F01, Wed), 1115 (F01, Wed) Lajami, Amal........................................ 58 (A01, Tue) Lakra, Reetuka...................................492 (A05, Thu) Lal, Jyotsana...................................... 249 (A03, Wed) Lalithambika, Anjali.......................... 999 (D01, Tue) Lam, Chiu........................................1693 (K01, Mon) Lam, Kwok Ho................................. 480 (A05, Wed) Lamb, James...................................... 1162 (F03, Tue) Lamb, Joshua........ 264 (A04, Wed), 284 (A04, Thu) Lambert, Clayton............................. 1715 (K01, Tue) Lampert, Felix................................... 978 (C01, Wed) Lamprinakos, Nicholas...................1348 (H02, Wed) Lanagan, Michael................................. 16 (A01, Sun) Lancaster, Mitchell..........................1228 (G01, Wed) Landau, Uziel.........1057 (E02, Wed), 1059 (E02, Wed) Landers, Robert................................1097 (F01, Wed) Landesfeind, Johannes.......................211 (A03, Tue), ...............................534 (A05, Thu), 2006 (Z01, Tue) Landgren, Jeffrey.............................1801 (L01, Wed) Landis, Stéfan...................................1239 (G01, Thu) Landry, Markita.................................. 634 (B02, Thu) Lang, Augustus.................................1862 (L03, Tue) Lang, Stephen...................................2056 (Z03, Wed) Langa, Fernando....... 755 (B05, Mon), 911 (B08, Wed) Langelier, Brian................................2032 (Z02, Wed) Langenbacher, Rachel....................... 637 (B02, Thu), ................................646 (B02, Thu), 647 (B02, Thu), ........................... 664 (B03, Mon), 1935 (M02, Wed) Langer, Thorsten................................ 351 (A05, Tue) Langlois, David.................................1648 (I05, Wed) Lannoy, Nathan...................................951 (C01, Tue) Lantagne, Gaétan.............................1090 (F01, Wed) Lao-atiman, Woranunt.......................262 (A03, Thu) Lapizco-Encinas, Blanca..................1958 (Z01, Tue) Lapointe, François.....816 (B06, Thu), 1771 (L01, Tue) 183


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Larcher, Dominique...........................134 (A01, Thu) Laskowski, Forrest........................... 1522 (I03, Mon) Lastres, Miguel.........452 (A05, Wed), 453 (A05, Wed) Latz, Arnulf....................................... 316 (A05, Sun), ..............................364 (A05, Tue), 1149 (F03, Mon) Lau, Ka-Cheong........249 (A03, Wed), 528 (A05, Thu) Lau, Kah Chun................................... 206 (A03, Tue) Lau, Shu Ping..................................1365 (H03, Mon) Lauret, Jean-Sébastien.....................665 (B03, Mon), ...............................712 (B03, Wed), 815 (B06, Thu), ...........................................................845 (B07, Mon) Laursen, Anders................................2008 (Z01, Tue) Lavarda, Giulia.........750 (B05, Mon), 909 (B08, Wed) Lavoie, Christian.............................1256 (G02, Mon) Laws, Eric..........................................743 (B05, Mon) Lawson, John...................................1147 (F03, Mon) Lawton, Jamie.................................... 190 (A02, Tue) Le, Hang T. T..................................... 435 (A05, Wed) Le, Thang.........................................1053 (E01, Wed) Le, Tu..................................................1397 (I01, Tue) Le Donne, Alessia............................1068 (E02, Wed) Le Fevre, Lewis..................................783 (B06, Tue) Le Formal, Florian...........................1404 (I01, Wed), .......................................................... 1523 (I03, Mon) Le Valant, Anthony............................1460 (I02, Tue) Leach, Jacob....................................1284 (H01, Mon) Leanza, Daniela.................................. 217 (A03, Tue) Lebedev, Nikolai.............................1736 (K02, Wed) Leddy, Johna..........1653 (I05, Wed), 1729 (K02, Wed), ............................ 1779 (L01, Tue), 1801 (L01, Wed) Lédée, Ferdinand.......815 (B06, Thu), 845 (B07, Mon) Ledina, Maria..........1238 (G01, Thu), 1370 (H03, Tue) Lee, Byeongyong................................ 68 (A01, Tue), ...................................98 (A01, Tue), 573 (A06, Thu) Lee, Byoung-Sun.......238 (A03, Wed), 259 (A03, Thu) Lee, Caroline Sunyong.....................1428 (I01, Thu), ...........................................................1857 (L03, Tue) Lee, Chang Wook............................ 249 (A03, Wed), ............................................................508 (A05, Thu) Lee, Chih-Yen.................................. 1278 (G02, Tue) Lee, Dongik......................................1891 (M01, Tue) Lee, Dongwon................................ 1951 (M02, Wed) Lee, Doohee..................................1878 (M01, Mon), ........................... 1892 (M01, Tue), 1900 (M01, Tue) Lee, Eung-Ju...................................... 373 (A05, Tue) Lee, Eungje....................................... 463 (A05, Wed) Lee, Eunji.........1878 (M01, Mon), 1900 (M01, Tue) Lee, Eunji.........................................1892 (M01, Tue) Lee, Geumbee...................................... 77 (A01, Tue) Lee, Gwo-Bin..................................1319 (H02, Mon) Lee, Heung Chan..............................1779 (L01, Tue) Lee, Ho Seok...................................1018 (D02, Mon) Lee, Hongkyung................................ 298 (A05, Sun) Lee, Hoonhee....................................1475 (I02, Wed) Lee, Hwan.........................................1983 (Z01, Tue) Lee, Hyeryeong........867 (B07, Tue), 2034 (Z02, Wed) Lee, Hyun Hwi................................. 1439 (I02, Mon) Lee, Jack............................................992 (D01, Mon) Lee, Jae Sung...................................1804 (L01, Wed) Lee, Jaeho......................................... 1332 (H02, Tue) Lee, Jaeseok......................................1599 (I04, Wed) Lee, Jang-Sik....................................2059 (Z03, Wed) Lee, Jinwoo...................................... 438 (A05, Wed), ................................784 (B06, Tue), 1488 (I02, Wed) Lee, Jiunn-Yih..................................2067 (Z03, Wed) Lee, John In.......................................1995 (Z01, Tue) Lee, Joong Kee.......471 (A05, Wed), 606 (B01, Thu) Lee, Jung-Gyu................................... 241 (A03, Wed) Lee, Jung-In........................................ 387 (A05, Tue) Lee, K............................................... 1268 (G02, Tue) Lee, Kendall.................................... 1111 (F01, Wed), ............................ 1112 (F01, Wed), 1113 (F01, Wed) Lee, Ki Kang..................................... 442 (A05, Wed) Lee, Kunho........................................1599 (I04, Wed) Lee, Kwan-Soo..................................1456 (I02, Tue) Lee, Kyu Tae..................................... 482 (A05, Wed)

Lee, Meng-Huan..............................2070 (Z03, Wed) Lee, Min Hwan.................................... 57 (A01, Tue) Lee, Minbaek................................... 1329 (H02, Tue) Lee, Minji..........................................1857 (L03, Tue) Lee, Myoung Kyou.............................. 83 (A01, Tue) Lee, Pooi See.....................................1856 (L03, Tue) Lee, Pui-kit........................................332 (A05, Mon) Lee, Sang Bok................................... 409 (A05, Wed) Lee, Sang-hun.................................... 227 (A03, Tue) Lee, Sang-Soo...................................... 77 (A01, Tue) Lee, Sang-Young................................290 (A04, Thu) Lee, Sangbong.................................... 821 (B06, Thu) Lee, Sanghyun.................................1368 (H03, Mon) Lee, Sehee.......................................... 362 (A05, Tue) Lee, Seong Beom.............................1142 (F03, Mon) Lee, Seonggyu...................................1488 (I02, Wed) Lee, Seung Woo....... 30 (A01, Mon), 68 (A01, Tue), ..................................98 (A01, Tue), 573 (A06, Thu), .............................................................692 (B03, Tue) Lee, Seung-Joon................................. 823 (B06, Thu) Lee, Songjun....................................1891 (M01, Tue) Lee, Soo-Kyung........867 (B07, Tue), 2034 (Z02, Wed) Lee, Sung Won..........1996 (Z01, Tue), 1997 (Z01, Tue) Lee, Sunri............................................899 (B08, Tue) Lee, T.-H...........................................1895 (M01, Tue) Lee, Won Cheol..............................1871 (M01, Mon) Lee, Yooseok........ 867 (B07, Tue), 2034 (Z02, Wed) Lee, Young......................................... 817 (B06, Thu) Lee, Young........................................ 478 (A05, Wed) Lee, Young Eun..............................1871 (M01, Mon) Lee, Yueh-Lien....................................941 (C01, Tue) Lee, Yueh-Lin....................................1583 (I04, Wed) Lee, Zhengrong................................. 407 (A05, Wed) Lefebvre, Olivier..............................2082 (Z04, Wed) Lefèvre, Guillaume............................547 (A06, Thu) Lefler, Matthew.......... 184 (A02, Tue), 650 (B03, Mon) Lei, Danni.......................................... 433 (A05, Wed) Lei, Lei.............................................1243 (G01, Thu) Leis, Jaan............................................ 617 (B01, Thu) Leising, Randy................................... 212 (A03, Tue) Lemaire, Peter.....................................577 (B01, Tue) Lemoine, Olivier...............................1073 (F01, Tue) Leng, Yongjun................................... 263 (A04, Wed) Lenihan, Catherine............................146 (A02, Mon) Lentz, Claudia...................................1767 (L01, Tue) Leonard, Daniel..................................1392 (I01, Tue) Léonard, François............................. 701 (B03, Wed) Leonard, Nathaniel............................1550 (I03, Wed) LePage, William................................ 402 (A05, Wed) Lerner, Michael................................. 454 (A05, Wed) Lesch, Andreas...............................1344 (H02, Wed), .............................1350 (H02, Wed), 1498 (I02, Thu) Lessard, Jean...................................1688 (K01, Mon) Lestriez, Bernard..........79 (A01, Tue), 119 (A01, Wed), ...................................383 (A05, Tue), 408 (A05, Wed) Lettenmeier, Philipp..........................1680 (I06, Wed) Leu, Ming.........................................1171 (F04, Wed) Leusink, Gert..........1008 (D01, Tue), 1254 (G02, Mon) Levelle, Ross........................................ 13 (A01, Sun) Levi, Marinella.................................1169 (F04, Wed) Levy, Avishai...................................1696 (K01, Mon) Lewerenz, Hans.............................1204 (G01, Mon), .......................... 1226 (G01, Wed), 1231 (G01, Wed) Lewis, Ernest.......................................675 (B03, Tue) Lewis, Nathan.................................. 805 (B06, Wed), ............................1214 (G01, Tue), 1216 (G01, Tue), ...........................1226 (G01, Wed), 1567 (I03, Wed), ............................1823 (L01, Thu), 2064 (Z03, Wed) Leypold, Christian............................ 406 (A05, Wed) Leys, Christophe.............................. 1031 (D02, Tue) Li, Bin................... 160 (A02, Mon), 168 (A02, Tue), ............................................................ 182 (A02, Tue) Li, Bin.................................................513 (A05, Thu) Li, Chaohui........................................ 1194 (F05, Tue) Li, Chen................................................ 99 (A01, Tue)

Li, Chi-Ying Vanessa.........................25 (A01, Mon), ............................. 398 (A05, Wed), 470 (A05, Wed), ............................................................ 613 (B01, Thu) Li, Da..................................................550 (A06, Thu) Li, Dajian..............328 (A05, Mon), 329 (A05, Mon) Li, Dongguo........... 614 (B01, Thu), 1630 (I05, Tue) Li, Erwen.........................................1343 (H02, Wed) Li, Fan............................................... 1432 (I02, Mon) Li, Guanghui......... 609 (B01, Thu), 744 (B05, Mon) Li, Guosheng......... 157 (A02, Mon), 182 (A02, Tue) Li, Hong............................................ 487 (A05, Wed) Li, Jiadong.........................................1494 (I02, Wed) Li, Jialang.........................................143 (A02, Mon), ............................... 149 (A02, Mon), 180 (A02, Tue) Li, Jian.................................................963 (C01, Tue) Li, Jiang.......................................... 1939 (M02, Wed) Li, Jianlin.......................................... 281 (A04, Wed), ................................376 (A05, Tue), 1160 (F03, Tue) Li, Jianling........... 440 (A05, Wed), 441 (A05, Wed), ................................. 579 (B01, Tue), 689 (B03, Tue) Li, Jianling......................................... 488 (A05, Wed) Li, Jiantong..........................................771 (B06, Tue) Li, Jie..................1097 (F01, Wed), 1171 (F04, Wed) Li, Jin.................................................1594 (I04, Wed) Li, Jing.................... 542 (A06, Thu), 545 (A06, Thu) Li, Jing................................................ 312 (A05, Sun) Li, Jingkun..........................................1637 (I05, Tue) Li, Juchuan............. 132 (A01, Thu), 543 (A06, Thu) Li, Jun................................................1594 (I04, Wed) Li, Lain-Jong......................................782 (B06, Tue), ......................... 1359 (H03, Mon), 1361 (H03, Mon) Li, Li...................................................1444 (I02, Tue) Li, Li.................................................1745 (K02, Thu) Li, Liang............................................ 463 (A05, Wed) Li, Linsen.........................................1152 (F03, Mon) Li, Longjun.........................................506 (A05, Thu) Li, Meng.............................................1462 (I02, Tue) Li, Ming-Yang.................................1361 (H03, Mon) Li, Ming-Yang.....................................782 (B06, Tue) Li, Mufan.......................................... 1430 (I02, Mon) Li, Qibo..............................................288 (A04, Thu) Li, Qiuyan............................................. 70 (A01, Tue) Li, Quan............................................. 392 (A05, Wed) Li, Ruhong............................................ 69 (A01, Tue) Li, Runlai............................................294 (A04, Thu) Li, Tao...............................................1106 (F01, Wed) Li, Tianyi........................................... 456 (A05, Wed) Li, Wangxiang...................................744 (B05, Mon) Li, Wei Ting.........................................770 (B06, Tue) Li, Wenhao.........................................572 (A06, Thu) Li, Wenyuan.....................................1102 (F01, Wed) Li, Wenzhen.........1076 (F01, Tue), 1711 (K01, Tue) Li, Xiaoan..........................................149 (A02, Mon) Li, Xiaowei........................................ 1187 (F05, Tue) Li, Xiaoyu.......................................... 1194 (F05, Tue) Li, Xinping.............. 579 (B01, Tue), 689 (B03, Tue) Li, Xuemin................ 29 (A01, Mon), 95 (A01, Tue) Li, Yan...............................................651 (B03, Mon) Li, Yen-Cheng..................................1909 (M01, Tue) Li, Ying..............................................1554 (I03, Wed) Li, Yingshun.......................................557 (A06, Thu) Li, Yinshi............................................1645 (I05, Tue) Li, Yongdan........................................1611 (I04, Thu) Li, Yuanchao....................................... 175 (A02, Tue) Li, Yue.............................................. 1263 (G02, Tue) Li, Yunchao....................................... 239 (A03, Wed) Li, Zhanyu........................................ 440 (A05, Wed), .............................. 441 (A05, Wed), 488 (A05, Wed) Li, Zhe................................................544 (A06, Thu) Li, Zhifei............................................333 (A05, Mon) Lian, Keryn.......................................1782 (L01, Tue) Lian, Yongfu........................................742 (B04, Tue) Liang, Dong......................................1657 (I05, Wed) Liang, Jierui........................................ 825 (B06, Thu) Liang, Jierui.....................................1362 (H03, Mon) Liang, Richard...................................1479 (I02, Wed)

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Liang, Wentao................................... 1190 (F05, Tue) Liang, Xinhua......... 498 (A05, Thu), 515 (A05, Thu) Liang, Yangang..................................1603 (I04, Thu) Liang, Yanliang.......167 (A02, Tue), 491 (A05, Thu) Liang, Yu- Hsin................................ 1114 (F01, Wed) Liang, Yufeng....................................... 92 (A01, Tue) Liang, Zexi......................................1343 (H02, Wed) Liang, Zhixiu......................................1459 (I02, Tue) Liao, Chen..............218 (A03, Tue), 224 (A03, Tue), ............................. 234 (A03, Wed), 235 (A03, Wed), ............................... 249 (A03, Wed), 528 (A05, Thu) Liao, Hsin-Yi.................................... 1276 (G02, Tue) Liao, Weicheng................................1811 (L01, Wed) Libera, Joseph....................................524 (A05, Thu) Liberale, Francesco.........................1041 (E01, Wed), ..........................................................1060 (E02, Wed) Licht, Stuart........... 184 (A02, Tue), 650 (B03, Mon) Lichterman, Michael......................1226 (G01, Wed), ..........................................................2064 (Z03, Wed) Licoccia, Silvia..........82 (A01, Tue), 627 (B01, Thu) Liddle, J............................................2038 (Z02, Wed) Liedtke, Janine................................1231 (G01, Wed) Liew, Felix..........................................1506 (I02, Thu) Lifson, Max.......................................1971 (Z01, Tue) Lilga, Michael........1699 (K01, Mon), 1706 (K01, Tue) Lilloja, Jaana.......................................789 (B06, Tue) Lim, Cheolwoong............................ 417 (A05, Wed), ........................................................... 456 (A05, Wed) Lim, Dong-Hee.................................1598 (I04, Wed) Lim, Du-Hyun....................................526 (A05, Thu) Lim, Eunho..........................................784 (B06, Tue) Lim, Gary..........................................757 (B05, Mon) Lim, Hee-Dae..........298 (A05, Sun), 365 (A05, Tue) Lim, Hyung Kyu................................ 365 (A05, Tue) Lim, Jae-Hong..................................1047 (E01, Wed) Lim, Jeonghoon.......1434 (I02, Mon), 1485 (I02, Wed) Lim, Kipil............................................. 92 (A01, Tue) Lima, Alan.........................................1986 (Z01, Tue) Lima, Alex.........................................1986 (Z01, Tue) Limia, Alexander..............................1084 (F01, Tue) Lin, Chao-Sung.........934 (C01, Mon), 985 (C01, Wed) Lin, Chien- Chung.......................... 1114 (F01, Wed), .......................................................... 1115 (F01, Wed) Lin, Chih-Ting.................................1351 (H02, Wed) Lin, Ching-Wei................................... 638 (B02, Thu) Lin, Christopher................................1414 (I01, Wed) Lin, Chuan-Fu........409 (A05, Wed), 612 (B01, Thu) Lin, Chuen-Chang............................. 437 (A05, Wed) Lin, Chun-Chieh..............................1246 (G01, Thu) Lin, Chun-Ho....................................1978 (Z01, Tue) Lin, Feng.............................................34 (A01, Mon) Lin, Feng........................................... 420 (A05, Wed) Lin, Haiqing.....................................1829 (L02, Wed) Lin, Heng-Han.................................. 473 (A05, Wed) Lin, Ling................. 1445 (I02, Tue), 1635 (I05, Tue) Lin, M.-C..........................................1895 (M01, Tue) Lin, Shawn D..................................... 229 (A03, Tue) Lin, Shenghuang.............................1365 (H03, Mon) Lin, Song.........................................1691 (K01, Mon) Lin, Song........................................... 487 (A05, Wed) Lin, Tzu-En.....................................1350 (H02, Wed) Lin, Xinrong....................................... 228 (A03, Tue) Lin, Yu-Pin.......................................2070 (Z03, Wed) Lin, Yuanjing........................................ 18 (A01, Sun) Lin, Yuehe.......................................... 387 (A05, Tue) Lin, Zong-Hong.............................. 1335 (H02, Tue), .............................1338 (H02, Tue), 1340 (H02, Tue) Lincoln, Christopher.....................1878 (M01, Mon), ........................... 1892 (M01, Tue), 1900 (M01, Tue) Lincot, Daniel..................................1207 (G01, Mon) Linderman, Kyle..............................1793 (L01, Wed) Liniger, Eric...................................... 1260 (G02, Tue) Lipomi, Darren.................................. 797 (B06, Wed) Liška, Alan......................................1698 (K01, Mon) Lister, Tedd......................................1699 (K01, Mon)

Litster, Shawn...................................1472 (I02, Wed), ................................1514 (I02, Thu), 1639 (I05, Tue) Little, R............................................1693 (K01, Mon) Liu, Bin............................................... 301 (A05, Sun) Liu, Changhong................................326 (A05, Mon) Liu, Chao.........................................1343 (H02, Wed) Liu, Cheng........................................ 1027 (D02, Tue) Liu, Detao.........................................1055 (E02, Wed) Liu, Fupin...............720 (B04, Mon), 767 (B05, Tue) Liu, Gang........................................... 925 (B08, Wed) Liu, Gao..................351 (A05, Tue), 461 (A05, Wed) Liu, Guiji.........................................1202 (G01, Mon) Liu, Guohua........1305 (H01, Tue), 1313 (H01, Tue) Liu, Hao.............................................. 375 (A05, Tue) Liu, Hao............................................. 490 (A05, Wed) Liu, Haodong................................... 238 (A03, Wed), ...............................259 (A03, Thu), 324 (A05, Mon) Liu, Hongjun....................................1135 (F03, Mon) Liu, Hongtan..................................... 1127 (F02, Tue) Liu, Ji Lei........................................... 310 (A05, Sun) Liu, Jianzhao..................................... 457 (A05, Wed) Liu, Jingbo.........................................1783 (L01, Tue) Liu, Jun....................182 (A02, Tue), 197 (A02, Tue) Liu, Lin.............................................326 (A05, Mon), ............................... 327 (A05, Mon), 355 (A05, Tue) Liu, Lishuo.........................................285 (A04, Thu) Liu, Lishuo........................................ 283 (A04, Wed) Liu, Min............................................ 1028 (D02, Tue) Liu, Ming............................................510 (A05, Thu) Liu, Mingzhao.................................1325 (H02, Mon) Liu, Parker........................................2057 (Z03, Wed) Liu, Ping................ 238 (A03, Wed), 259 (A03, Thu) Liu, Rui............................................. 1214 (G01, Tue) Liu, Shengzhou................................. 411 (A05, Wed) Liu, Shuming.....................................745 (B05, Mon) Liu, Siyuan......................................... 624 (B01, Thu) Liu, Teng............................................. 299 (A05, Sun) Liu, Tianyuan........... 30 (A01, Mon), 68 (A01, Tue), ..................................98 (A01, Tue), 573 (A06, Thu), .............................................................692 (B03, Tue) Liu, Tong........................................... 593 (B01, Wed) Liu, Tong........................................... 594 (B01, Wed) Liu, Wei............................................. 244 (A03, Wed) Liu, Wei-Ting................................... 1276 (G02, Tue) Liu, Wenyong....................................843 (B07, Mon) Liu, Xiang.......................................... 280 (A04, Wed) Liu, Xiao-Jie........................................941 (C01, Tue) Liu, Xiaojiang................................... 357 (A05, Tue), .............................. 426 (A05, Wed), 1154 (F03, Tue) Liu, Xin-Yan......................................1556 (I03, Wed) Liu, Xingbo......................................1106 (F01, Wed) Liu, Xingbo.......................................504 (A05, Thu), ............................1102 (F01, Wed), 2058 (Z03, Wed) Liu, Xinyu........................................1098 (F01, Wed) Liu, Yan.............................................. 384 (A05, Tue) Liu, Yan-Chun..................................2028 (Z02, Wed) Liu, Yannan...................................... 1263 (G02, Tue) Liu, Yanying...................................... 488 (A05, Wed) Liu, Yi-Hung........ 274 (A04, Wed), 473 (A05, Wed) Liu, Yi-Sheng..................................... 312 (A05, Sun) Liu, Yihua.............. 1183 (F05, Tue), 1380 (I01, Tue) Liu, Yuanchao..................................1136 (F03, Mon) Liu, Yuanlong.................................... 468 (A05, Wed) Liu, Yubin..............563 (A06, Thu), 1963 (Z01, Tue) Liu, Yuzhe......... 1913 (M02, Tue), 1914 (M02, Tue) Liu, Zengcai....... 1413 (I01, Wed), 1833 (L02, Wed) Liu, Zhe...................216 (A03, Tue), 516 (A05, Thu) Livan, Pelin....................................... 419 (A05, Wed) LiXia, Sang......................................1243 (G01, Thu) Liyanage, Wipula...............................1422 (I01, Thu) Llorente, Irene...................................935 (C01, Mon) Lobo, Derrek..................................... 106 (A01, Wed) Locati, Corrado................................. 282 (A04, Wed) Logan, Bruce........................................ 60 (A01, Tue) Logan, Kyle.......................................2023 (Z01, Tue) Loget, Gabriel.................................. 1213 (G01, Tue)

Loiseau, Annick..........696 (B03, Wed), 818 (B06, Thu) Lopes, Pietro.......... 614 (B01, Thu), 1630 (I05, Tue) Lopes, Thiago.....................................1449 (I02, Tue) López del Amo, Juan Miguel............553 (A06, Thu) López Varo, P...................................2049 (Z03, Wed) Lopez-Santos, Carmen...................1011 (D02, Mon) LopezdeVictoria, Monica................. 467 (A05, Wed) Loquai, Simon................................. 1845 (L03, Mon) Lordi, Vincenzo.................................319 (A05, Mon) Lorenzo, Simon...............................1367 (H03, Mon) Lorie Lopez, Jose.............................. 108 (A01, Wed) Lotfi, Nima.......................................1097 (F01, Wed) Lotfi Marchoubeh, Mahsa................2020 (Z01, Tue) Lou, Kun............................................. 166 (A02, Tue) Lounis, Brahim................................. 705 (B03, Wed) Löwe, Armin.....................................1974 (Z01, Tue) Lu, Ang-Yu......................................1359 (H03, Mon) Lu, Fang..........................................1325 (H02, Mon) Lu, Fei................ 2074 (Z04, Wed), 2077 (Z04, Wed) Lu, Hao............................................... 825 (B06, Thu) Lu, Jing............................................. 1820 (L01, Thu) Lu, Jun....................223 (A03, Tue), 296 (A05, Sun), ............................................................517 (A05, Thu) Lu, K.................................................2031 (Z02, Wed) Lu, Languang...... 280 (A04, Wed), 283 (A04, Wed), ................................ 285 (A04, Thu), 289 (A04, Thu) Lu, Lu................................................1562 (I03, Wed) Lu, Ming-Chen................................. 1276 (G02, Tue) Lu, Na (Luna)..................................1280 (H01, Mon) Lu, Peng............................................ 216 (A03, Tue), ................................ 254 (A03, Thu), 516 (A05, Thu) Lu, Pengbo.......................................1055 (E02, Wed) Lu, Qiyang............407 (A05, Wed), 1588 (I04, Wed) Lu, Wenquan...........218 (A03, Tue), 224 (A03, Tue) Lu, Xiaobo.......................................... 820 (B06, Thu) Lu, Xiaochuan...................................157 (A02, Mon) Lu, Xing............................................735 (B04, Mon) Lu, Xing.............. 600 (B01, Wed), 729 (B04, Mon), .............................732 (B04, Mon), 734 (B04, Mon), .............................................................766 (B05, Tue) Lu, Yu-Jen.......................................1350 (H02, Wed) Lubers, Alia........................................1507 (I02, Thu) Lubomirsky, Igor...............................1070 (F01, Tue) Lucas, Francisco...............................1569 (I03, Wed) Lucatero, Savidra............................. 1193 (F05, Tue), ..........................................................1198 (F05, Wed) Lucht, Brett............. 545 (A06, Thu), 565 (A06, Thu) Lucht, Brett.........................................542 (A06, Thu) Lück, Jessica...................................... 316 (A05, Sun) Lucotti, Andrea........632 (B02, Wed), 1068 (E02, Wed) Ludewig, Peter................................. 1001 (D01, Tue) Ludvík, Jiří......................................1718 (K01, Wed) Ludvík, Jiří......................................1698 (K01, Mon) Luk’yanenko, Tatiana......................1807 (L01, Wed) Luna, Lunet.....................................1285 (H01, Mon) Lund, Isaac......................................... 351 (A05, Tue) Lundström, Mari...............................930 (C01, Mon) Lungerich, Dominik............................885 (B08, Tue) Luo, Hongmei........ 388 (A05, Tue), 1421 (I01, Thu) Luo, Jifan.............................................. 10 (A01, Sun) Luo, Jing.............................................521 (A05, Thu) Luo, Sijun.........................................2068 (Z03, Wed) Luo, Wei.................409 (A05, Wed), 612 (B01, Thu) Luo, Xiangyi...................................... 296 (A05, Sun) Luong, Samantha.......................