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2018 ECS and SMEQ Joint International Meeting

Cancun Mexico September 30-October 4, 2018 Moon Palace Resort

Meeting Program 234th Meeting of The Electrochemical Society

XXXIII Congreso de la Sociedad Mexicana de Electroquímica

11th Meeting of the Mexico Section of The Electrochemical Society with the Technical Co-Sponsorship of Sociedade Brasileira de Eletroquímica e Eletroanalítica (SBEE), Sociedad Iberoamericana de Electroquimica (SIBAE), and the Asociación Colombiana de Electroquímica (ACEQ)


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AiMES 2018 Leadership AiMES 2018 Organizing Committee

SMEQ Executive Board 2017-2019

Chair: Yue Kuo

Ricardo Orozco-Cruz, President

SMEQ: Ricardo Orozco-Cruz

René Antaño López, Vice-President

SMEQ: Mercedes T. Oropeza

Patricia Balderas Hernández, Secretary

ECS: Christina Bock

José A. Cabral Miramontes, Treasurer

ECS: Dan Scherson

SMEQ Officers

ECS Executive Committee

Ricardo Galván Martínez

Yue Kuo, President

Erika R. Larios Durán

Christina Bock, Sr. Vice President

Jorge Ibáñez Cornejo

Stefan De Gendt, 2nd Vice President Eric Wachsman, 3rd Vice President

Technical Co-Sponsors

James Fenton, Secretary

SBEE Officers

Gessie Brisard, Treasurer

Artur de Jesus Motheo, President

Christopher Jannuzzi, Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer

Carlos Alberto Martinez Huitle, President-elect Adalgisa Rodrigues de Andrade, Vice President

ECS Senior Management

Mauro Coelho dos Santos, Secretary

Christopher Jannuzzi, Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer

João Marcos Madurro, Treasurer

Tim Gamberzky, Chief Operating Officer

Flávio Comati Junior, Assistant Secretary

Mary Yess, Chief Content Officer & Publisher

Luis Frederico P. Dick, Assistant Treasurer SIBAE Officers José H. Zagal, President Christopher Brett, Vice-President Margarita Miranda, General Secretary Erika Teliz, Treasurer ACEQ Officers Jorge Andrés Calderón Gutiérrez, Chair Ángel Manuel Meléndez Reyes, 1st Vice Chair Enrique Vera López, 2nd Vice Chair

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Ricardo Orozco-Cruz SMEQ President

Welcome to AiMES 2018

elcome to Cancun, Mexico! We are excited to host the Americas International Meeting on Electrochemistry and Solid-State Science (AiMES 2018), a joint conference of the 234th Meeting of The Electrochemical Society (ECS), the XXXIII Congreso de la Sociedad Mexicana de Electroquimica (SMEQ), and the 11th Meeting of the Mexico Section of The Electrochemical Society, with the technical co-sponsorship of the Sociedade Brasileira de Eletroquímica e Eletroanalítica (SBEE), the Sociedad Iberoamericana de Electroquimica (SIBAE), and the Asociación Colombiana de Electroquímica (ACEQ). We are pleased to return to the Moon Palace Resort, where we hope you will indulge in their all-inclusive restaurants and dining options, the larger-than-life pool and wave rider, or even the 27-hole golf course, all set within 55-acres of lush tropical foliage. We hope your time in Cancun will give you the chance to network with colleagues, discuss important research, and discover new opportunities for collaboration. Make sure to join us for the Opening Reception on Sunday to kick-off this exciting week with old (and new!) friends. You won’t want to miss the plenary session on Monday, where we’ll welcome all attendees and wrap up the first full meeting day with Plenary Lecture, “Electro- and Photo-Electro-Chemical Generation of the Fenton Reagent. Some Approaches for the Development of Electrochemical Based Advanced Oxidation Processes for Water Treatment.” by Luis A. Godinez from Centro de Investigacion y Desarrollo Tecnologico en Electroquimica. In addition to over 2,100 technical presentations and special award talks, we encourage you to check out the 8th International Electrochemical Energy Summit (E2S) on Sunday. The topic of this year’s E2S is “Electrochemical Energy Summit: Sustainable and Responsible Supply of Energy Storage Materials, Components, and Devices.” Make sure to also check out the talks in the ECS Data Science Showcase on Monday, , new electrochemical and solid state research and the open source software and datasets that underpin the work. We encourage you to take advantage of the educational short courses which are being offered on Sunday. Students and young professionals should also attend the professional development workshops that will be held throughout the meeting week. Here, you can gain essential information on enhancing career opportunities, resume building, and networking. Make sure to visit the exhibit hall to learn more about our exciting lineup of industry leading exhibitors and mingle with colleagues. The poster sessions on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings will feature over 450 posters, which you can browse at your leisure. Wednesday evening we will host the Cena Baile and President’s Reception dinner and dance party. All attendees are encouraged to get tickets for this event which will feature a taste of the local cuisine and live entertainment. Finally, make sure to download the ECS mobile app on your iPhone or Android device, where you’ll be able to access the Meeting Scheduler. If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to stop by the registration area in the First Floor Lobby of the Expo Center for further assistance. We thank you for your support of AiMES 2018!

Program Guide Author Index.................................................................................182 Awards, Division.............................................................................19 Awards, Society..............................................................................17 Class of Fellows..............................................................................24 Committee and Board Meetings.....................................................16 Companion Registrant Program........................................................2 Data Science Showcase...................................................................14 Division Events...............................................................................16 Electrochemical Energy Summit....................................................13 ECS Officers and Staff........................................... inside front cover ECS Transactions (ECST) for AiMES............................................37 Events-at-a-Glance..........................................................................15 Exhibitors........................................................................................28 Floor Plans........................................................................................6 General Meeting Information...........................................................2 Highlighted Events..........................................................................10 AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

Information for Presenters................................................................3 Meeting Abstracts.............................................................................3 Meeting App......................................................................................3 Message from the Presidents............................................................1 Plenary Session...............................................................................17 Poster Session Information...............................................................3 Professional Development Workshops...........................................11 Registration Information...................................................................2 Section Events.................................................................................16 Sessions-at-a-Glance.......................................................................42 Short Courses..................................................................................12 SMEQ Board and Officers..................................... inside front cover Sponsors..........................................................................................32 Symposium Sponsors......................................................................32 Symposium Topics..........................................................................40 Technical Program..........................................................................62 1


Meeting Registration

On-Site Registration Fees ECS or SMEQ Member..............................................................$820 Nonmember..............................................................................$1,035 Student ECS or SMEQ Member.................................................$480 Student Nonmember...................................................................$540 One Day ECS or SMEQ Memeber.............................................$655 One Day Nonmember.................................................................$800 Emeritus or Honorary Member.......................................................$0 Nontechnical / Companion...........................................................$20 *All prices are in U.S. Dollars

Event Wristbands

Attendees who are not staying at the Moon Palace Resort will still be required to purchase an event wristband for $222 per person. The wristband will be valid from September 30 – October 4 and will include access to function space and access to the hotel’s all-inclusive restaurants and dining options.

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.

Companion / Nontechnical Registrant Program

Travel companions of attendees are invited to register for the meeting as a nontechnical registrant. The fee includes admission to nonticketed social events and a special “Welcome to Cancun” gift packet.

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

Course Only

Course with the purchase of a meeting registration

ECS or SMEQ Member........................ $525...............................$450 Nonmember........................................... $650...............................$575 Student ECS or SMEQ Member...... $262.50..........................$187.50 Student Nonmember............................. $325...............................$250 *All prices are in U.S. Dollars.

Ticketed Event Fees*

On-Site Fees Student Mixer (ECS or SMEQ Member)........................................$5 Student Mixer (Nonmember)........................................................$15 Ticketed Luncheons......................................................................$10 Ticketed Receptions......................................................................$15 Cene Baile and President’s Reception..........................................$20

Speaker Indemnification

The ideas and opinions expressed in the technical sessions, conferences, and any handout materials provided are those of the presenter. They are not those of the AiMES organizers, nor can any endorsement by the AiMES organizers be claimed.

Photography and Recording Is Not Permitted in Technical Sessions

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

Financial Assistance

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

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 available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from your own computer. Go to www.electrochem.org to log into your ECS My Account to access this information today.

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Meeting Tips and Tools Tools for a Successful Meeting Experience

• Access all of the meeting abstracts on the AiMES 2018 webpage. • Become familiar with the meeting layout by using the maps on pages 6 and 7. • Turn off cell phones during presentations and remember photography and recording in the session rooms is prohibited. • Are you presenting? Review the presenter information on the right. • Kick start your week by attending the Opening Reception on Sunday. • Visit the exhibit hall to network and learn more about the latest innovations in the industry. • Tell us about your experience by completing the post meeting survey we will send via email.

Meeting App

Download the ECS app, by searching “ECS mobile” in your app store, 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!

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 meeting website. Paper editions of meeting abstracts are not distributed.

AiMES 2018 Proceedings

Proceedings papers from select symposia have been published online in ECS Transactions. All AiMES 2018 issues are available to browse and read on an article-level in the ECS Digital Library, and may also be purchased in full as an instant PDF download from the ECS Online Store.

Publish with Your Work Following Your Presentation

ECS has several excellent publication venues, and accepts research in a variety of formats. Consider submitting a preprint of your fulltext manuscript, poster materials, or presentation slides, to the new preprint service, ECSarXiv. Visit www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv to submit today! ECS’s peer-reviewed journals, Journal of The Electrochemical Society and the ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology, provide continuous publication while maintaining the highest standards of peer review. Both journals offer the option of open access (OA) publication through ECS’s Author Choice Open Access program. This program has a robust discount program, allowing most authors to publish OA 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 with any questions.

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Information for Presenters

Oral presentations must be in English. Laptop computers and projectors will be available in each symposium room for presentations, and presenting authors MUST have their presentation on a USB flash drive to be used with the dedicated laptop. Speakers requiring special equipment must have submitted a written request to ECS headquarters (meetings@electrochem.org) prior to the meeting; no special requests will be handled onsite. Additional information for oral presentations are as follows: • Arrive to your session room early and introduce yourself to the Session Chairs (they will have a blue chair ribbon on their nametag). • No additional time is given for Q&A. If you plan to have Q&A, be sure to prepare your talk accordingly, based on the duration you were given in your acceptance notification. • There is no speaker ready room. Poster presentations must be in English, and correspond to the abstract number and assigned date of presentation, as detailed in your acceptance notification. Additional information for the poster sessions are as follows: • No posters will be displayed without author participation. No exceptions will be granted. • You must remove your poster at the end of each session. Any posters left will be discarded. • Posters may be mounted from 1400-1700h on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. You may only mount your poster on the day of your presentation. • Pushpins and/or thumbtacks will be supplied. • There will be two posters per board, so allow equal space for the second poster on your board. • 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. 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 1400-1700h; judging of the posters will begin at 1700h and formal presentations will begin at 1800h. Winners will be announced and awards will be presented during the Wednesday General Poster Session from approximately 1815-1830h. Commercial advertisements or publicity will NOT be permitted during oral or poster presentations. For further detailed information on oral and poster presentation requirements, please visit the Author & Presenter Info page on the AiMES website.

Poster Mounting Hours You may only mount your poster on the day of your presentation. Monday.......................................................1400-1700h Tuesday...................................................... 1400-1700h Wednesday..................................................1400-1700h

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Highlighted Events General Events Opening Reception

Technical Exhibition

Moonlight Terrace (Sunrise)

Universal Ballroom (Expo)

Sunday...................................................................1900-2100h Come join us for an evening of fun, as we kick off what is sure to be a great week. This is an excellent opportunity to meet old and new friends, so make sure to stop by for some food, drinks, and great conversation!

Coffee and Networking Breaks

1st Floor Lobby (Expo) & 2nd Floor Foyer (Sunrise) Sunday – Thursday....................0930-1030h & 1530-1630h *Please note the afternoon breaks on Tuesday and Wednesday will be in the exhibit hall (Universal Ballroom). Take a moment to stretch your legs, reenergize with coffee or tea and network before your next session.

Session Chair and Symposium Organizer Breakfast Highlighted Events

2nd Floor Lobby (Expo)

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.

Student Mixer Star 1/2 (Sunrise)

Monday.................................................................1800-2000h Tuesday and Wednesday.....................................1400-2000h 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 and the Coffee and Networking Breaks.

Student and General Poster Sessions Universal Ballroom (Expo)

Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.....................1800-2000h With hundreds of posters to explore, you won’t want to miss a single minute of these sessions. Grab a drink, wander the aisles, review the presentations, talk to the authors, share some laughs... these sessions are a great way to end the day!

Cena Baile and President’s Reception Moonlight Terrace (Sunrise)

Wednesday............................................................2000-2200h Enjoy the local tastes of Mexico and say “Hola!” to your peers as we celebrate AiMES. Live music, drinks and food will be served in a picture perfect setting for this memorable event. After a vigorous week of attending technical sessions, take this opportunity to dance and drink along with your fellow attendees. Purchase your tickets online or visit customer service located in the registration area. This is an outdoor event so please dress comfortably for the tropical weather.

Monday.................................................................2000-2200h The mixer is a must attend event for students! Enjoy networking with your peers and early career professionals while light desserts and refreshments are served. Purchase your tickets online or visit customer service located in the registration area.

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Highlighted Events Professional Development Workshops These workshops are available to you whether you are a student looking for some help with your resume or a mid-career researcher looking for a refresher on team management. Please note preregistration is required for all workshops. To sign up today, visit customer service in the registration area.

Resume Review

Essential Elements for Employment Success

Bring your resume for a one-on-one session with an industry leader and expert on resume development. You will walk away with a resume that is sure to land you your next interview. To sign-up for a resume review appointment, you must first attend the Essential Elements for Employment Success; registration for a resume review occurs during the Essential Elements for Employment Success workshop. Appointments are 20-minutes in length.

Instructor: Michel Foure, Berkeley Interview Consulting Universal 27/28

Tuesday.................................................................0900-1200h Landing your next job requires selective and effective networking, developing and submitting specifically targeted resumes and cover letters, locating relevant job opportunities and preparing for and participating in the job interview. This workshop will provide up-todate information and tips for employment success. This workshop is three hours. *You will be able to sign-up for a resume review appointment during this session. Appointments are limited and available on a first come, first serve basis.

Strategic Tools for a Successful Career Instructor: Michel Foure, Berkeley Interview Consulting Saturn 1/ 2/ 3 (Sunrise)

Wednesday............................................................0900-1130h Scientists and engineers often find themselves trapped in a career that is far from fulfilling their dreams and aspirations. It is not for a lack of working hard. It is simply because they have not learned or (re) discovered themselves the keys to build a very successful career. In this workshop filled with hands-on exercises, the participants will actively engage these essential principles. First, we ask what success really means for each of us as we discover that, like for our hobbies or favored dishes, the word “success� hides very different and individual realities which we need to clearly articulate. Having clarified this foundation, we will discuss goals, their importance and the way to work with them. For goals are the blue print of success. This workshop is adapted from part of the material developed and presented in the Mentoring Program for early-career scientists at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Energy Technology Area. This workshop is 2.5 hours. Nonmember........................................................................$15 Member...............................................................................$10 Student Member................................................................... $5

Tuesday & Wednesday........................................1400-1800h

*You must register for Essential Elements for Employment Success in order to participate.

Managing and Leading Teams

Instructor: Dennis Hess, Georgia Institute of Technology Universal 27/28 (Expo) Wednesday............................................................1400-1600h

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Instructor: Michel Foure, Berkeley Interview Consulting Universal Ballroom (Expo)

Nearly all engineers and scientists work in teams where a leader oversees and guides process/product development and direction. When technically-trained individuals undertake a leadership role, frustration is a frequent outcome, despite technical competency and good intentions. This workshop will discuss reasons why engineers and scientists often find adaptation into leadership roles disconcerting and will explore ways to smooth the transition. This workshop is two hours. Nonmember........................................................................$15 Member...............................................................................$10 Student Member................................................................... $5

Running an Effective Meeting

Instructor: Dennis Hess, Georgia Institute of Technology Universal 27/28 (Expo) Wednesday............................................................1630-1730h Meetings are activities that play a critical role in decision-making and change within the successful operation of a team or organization. Unfortunately, meetings are frequently viewed as bad, ineffective, and a waste of time. Such conclusions are often justified because they result from ineffective leadership and unprofessional behavior by attendees. This workshop will explore reasons for the inappropriate conduct displayed and discuss approaches to facilitate effective and productive meetings. This workshop is one hour. Nonmember........................................................................$15 Member...............................................................................$10 Student Member................................................................... $5

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Highlighted Events Short Courses Short course participation does require registration to be completed before the meeting. Students are offered a 50% discount on short course registration. Short course registration also includes: Breakfast Location: Saturn 1/2/3 (Sunrise) 0800-0900h

Morning Coffee Break Location: 2nd Floor Foyer (Sunrise) 0945-1015h

Basic Impedance Spectroscopy Jupiter 1/4 (Sunrise) Instructor: Mark Orazem

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This course is intended for chemists, physicists, materials scientists, and engineers with an interest in applying electrochemical impedance techniques to study a broad variety of electrochemical processes. The attendee will develop a basic understanding of the technique, the sources of errors in impedance measurements, the manner in which experiments can be optimized to reduce these errors, and the use of graphical methods to interpret measurements in terms of meaningful physical properties. The course is based on M. E. Orazem and B. Tribollet, Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy, 2nd edition, John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, New Jersey, 2017. The basic impedance course will cover the front matter (page xxxiii) and parts of Chapters 1, 4, 5, 7-10, 17, and 18. The advanced course will cover chapters 5, 9-14 and 17-22. Topics to be covered • the motivation for using impedance spectroscopy advantages as compared to other transient techniques and the conditions under which its use is ideally suited, • complex numbers and electrical circuit parameters, • the basic concepts of how impedance is measured, • proper selection of experimental parameters, • graphical representation of impedance data, including methods to extract some physically meaningful parameters, • application of electrical circuit analogues, and • an introduction to interpretation based on proposed reaction mechanisms. The concepts will be illustrated by applications to different systems including corrosion, fuel cells, batteries, and transport through membranes such as skin. A list of suggested references will be provided. This course is the first in a two course sequence offered at alternating ECS meetings by Professor Orazem. The second course in the series, “Advanced Impedance Spectroscopy,” introduces model development based on proposed reaction mechanisms, statistical analysis of impedance data, and regression analysis.

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Lunch Location: Saturn 1/2/3 (Sunrise) 1200-1330h

Afternoon Coffee Break Location: 2nd Floor Foyer (Sunrise) 1500-1530h

Fundamentals of Electrochemistry: Basic Theory and Kinetic Methods Location: Jupiter 1/4 (Sunrise) Instructor: James Noël

This course covers the basic theory and application of electrochemical science. It is targeted toward people with a physical sciences or engineering background who have not been trained as electrochemists, but who want to add electrochemical methods to their repertoire of research approaches. There are many fields in which researchers originally approach their work from another discipline but then discover that it would be advantageous to understand and use some electrochemical methods to complement the work that they are doing. The course has just been fully revised to include more practical examples and a more manageable volume of material. It complements a revised sister course, “Fundamentals of Electrochemistry: Basic Theory and Thermodynamic Methods,” offered by the same instructor at the ECS spring meetings. The two courses have a different emphasis, and each is designed to be a stand-alone introduction to electrochemical fundamentals. If both courses are desired, they can be taken in either order. Topics to be covered • Introduction and Overview of Electrode Processes • Potential: Significance and Proper Measurement ⸰ cell potentials and EMF, half-reactions, cell notation, reference electrodes, standard potentials and Nernst equation vs. open circuit potential ⸰ electrode-solution interface and double-layer structure • Chemical Stoichiometry vs. Faraday’s Law ⸰ coulometry, bulk electrolysis • Theoretical Basis for Methods ⸰ chemical vs. electrochemical kinetics, current-potential relationship, exchange current, Butler-Volmer equation, Tafel equation and Tafel plots, reaction mechanisms ⸰ mass-transfer effects, Nernst approximation ⸰ coupled reactions and corrosion • Methodology ⸰ potential measurements, cyclic voltammetry, Tafel analysis, linear polarization technique, chronoamperometry, chronocoulometry, rotating disk and rotating ring disc electrodes, ultra microelectrodes, electrochemical impedance spectroscopy • Electrochemical Instrumentation ⸰ voltmeters, ammeters, potentiostats, galvanostats, IR compensation, design of electrochemical cells

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8th Annual Electrochemical Energy Summit (E2S)

SuStAinAblE And RESponSiblE Supply of EnERgy StoRAgE MAtERiAlS, CoMponEntS, And dEviCES – SyMpoSiuM Z03 Sunday, September 30, 2018 – Cancun, Mexico Increasing energy demands, environmental impacts, and aging infrastructure are driving forces for technological advancements to address societal needs. The demand for energy storage is increasing due to its use in electronics and transportation, and from the increased implementation of renewable energy. While the implementation of energy storage is advancing, its increased demand poses new challenges relating to the supply of energy storage materials, components, and devices. This summit discusses the need and solutions to achieve a sustainable and responsible supply chain for energy storage. The summit consists of invited speakers, posters, and a panel discussion featuring experts along the entire processing chain of energy storage, which includes mining as well as materials, components, and device manufacturing and recycling.

invited Speakers “the Advantages of the nemaska Electrochemical process to directly Synthesize High purity lithium Hydroxide”

“Supply Chain Considerations for lithium-ion battery Materials”

J. F. Magnan (Nemaska Lithium Inc.)

E. A. Olivetti (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and G. Ceder (University of California, Berkeley)

“Material Criticality and Energy Storage Materials” R. Eggert (Colorado School of Mines)

“present Status and future R&d needs for batteries for vehicle and grid Applications” V. Srinivasan (Argonne National Laboratory)

“direct Recycling of lithium-ion batteries” S. E. Sloop (OnTo Technology, LLC), W. Xu (Oregon State University), M. M. Lerner (Oregon State University), J. Kim (Spear Power Systems, LLC), and M. Lee (Spear Power Systems, LLC)

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E. A. Olivetti, R. Eggert, J. F. Magnan, V. Srinivasan, S. E. Sloop Moderators: Luis A. Diaz Aldana (Idaho National Laboratory) and Marca Doeff (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

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SHOW DATA SCIENCE CASE

Cancun, Mexico Monday, October 1

ECS Data Science Showcase The ECS Data Science Showcase will highlight new electrochemical and solid state research and the open source software and datasets that underpin the work. Research talks will be complemented by a demonstration on how others can access, use, modify, and improve the opensource tools and data associated with the research project. The ECS Data Science Showcase is being led by the very capable and engaging team from the University of Washington—Matt Murbach, David Beck, and Dan Schwartz—who have brought you Hack Day (fall 2017) and Hack Week (spring 2018). Because data science is a fast moving field, the Showcase will conclude with a “Late Breaking News” session to feature emerging electrochemical and solid state research that embraces open software and open data sets. Especially valued are contributions that feature earlystage research where alpha- and beta-testers can be solicited to improve new open research products. The organizers welcome direct email contact by prospective contributors to the Late Breaking News section, up to four weeks prior to the event. Detailed Chemistry Modeling via Cantera: A Pathway to Understanding Battery Degradation Mechanisms

Organizers

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Steven C. DeCaluwe,1 Daniel Korff,1 Amy LeBar,1 and Christopher H. Lee1,2 1 Colorado

School of Mines, Department of Mechanical Engineering of Colorado, Colorado Springs, Department of Computer Science

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A Data Science Approach for Quantitative Analysis of Total Differential Capacity Plots N. L. Thompson,1 S. Alamdari,1* T. A. Cohen,2,3,4* R. C. Masse,2* G. Z. Cao,2 V. C. Holmberg,1 J. Pfaendtner,1 and D. A. Beck1,5

Daniel Schwartz

David Beck

Matthew Murbach

Daniel Schwartz is the Boeing-Sutter Professor of Chemical Engineering and Director of the Clean Energy Institute at the University of Washington, and brings electrochemistry and modeling expertise to the team. David Beck is the director of research with the eScience Institute at the University of Washington and leads regular hackathons; he is also associate director of the NSF Data Intensive Research Enabling CleanTech PhD training program. Matthew Murbach is past president of the University of Washington ECS Student Chapter and an advanced data sciences PhD trainee; he has been leading the student section software development sessions on the UW campus and has practical experience coaching electrochemical scientists and engineers in software development.

Speakers Open Software Tools for the Analysis of Electrochemical Impedance Spectra Matthew D. Murbach and Daniel T. Schwartz, Department of Chemical Engineering and Clean Energy Institute, University of Washington Tip–Surface electrode Interactions and the Effects of These Interactions on Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy Response

1 Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 2 Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Washington,

Seattle, WA

3 Department

of Chemistry, University of Washington, Seattle, WA Engineering Institute, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 5 eScience Institute, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 4 Molecular

Using Image Recognition to Identify Platinum Surfaces with Cyclic Voltammetry Scans Heather Baroody and Tasleem Muzaffar Department of Chemistry, Simon Fraser University Open Science Strategy to Accelerate Adoption of Nonlinear Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy as a Battery Diagnostic V. W. Hu, M. D. Murbach, and D. T. Schwartz Department of Chemical Engineering and Clean Energy Institute, University of Washington What Can Electrochemistry Learn from Chess? Neal Dawson-Elli,1 Kishalay Mitra,2 and Venkat R. Subramanian1,3

1 Department

of Chemical Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 2 Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad, Kandi, Sangareddy, Telangana, India 3 Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, WA

Alex Mirabal, Dr. Scott Calabrese Barton, Michigan State University

Open Software for Electrochemical Battery Modeling, Estimation, and Control Scott Moura, Assistant Professor, Director of eCAL1, Hector Perez,1 Zach Gima,1 Saehong Park,1 and Dong Zhang1 1 University

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Featured Events Meeting Events-at-a-Glance Sunday, September 30

0700-1900h ������������������������������������������������ Meeting Registration is open, 1st floor lobby (Expo) 0800-0900h ������������������������������������������������ Short Course Breakfast*, Saturn 1/2/3 (Sunrise) 0800h ��������������������������������������������������������� Technical Sessions begin (check technical program on page 62 for details) 0900-1630h ������������������������������������������������ Short Courses*, see page 12 for locations 0930-1030h ������������������������������������������������ Coffee and Networking Break, 1st floor lobby (Expo) & 2nd floor foyer (Sunrise) 1300-1700h ������������������������������������������������ Electrochemical Energy Summit (E2S) - Sustainable and Responsible Supply of Energy Storage Materials, Components, and Devices, Galactic 4 (Sunrise) 1530-1630h ������������������������������������������������ Coffee and Networking Break, 1st floor lobby (Expo) & 2nd floor foyer (Sunrise) 1700-1800h ������������������������������������������������ Electrochemical Energy Summit (E2S) – Poster Session, Galactic 4 (Sunrise) 1900-2100h ������������������������������������������������ Opening Reception, Moonlight Terrace (Sunrise)

Monday, October 1

0700-1900h ������������������������������������������������ Meeting Registration is open, 1st floor lobby (Expo) 0700-0800h ������������������������������������������������ Session Chair and Symposium Organizer Orientation Breakfast, 2nd floor lobby (Expo) 0800h ��������������������������������������������������������� Technical Sessions begin (check technical program on page 69 for details) 0800-1600h ������������������������������������������������ ECS Data Science Showcase, (Star 8), Sunrise 0900-1000h ������������������������������������������������ Non-Technical Guest Breakfast and Presentation, Universal 23 (Sunrise) 0930-1030h ������������������������������������������������ Coffee and Networking Break, 1st floor lobby (Expo) & 2nd floor foyer (Sunrise) 1200-1400h ������������������������������������������������ ECS Fellows Lunch, Star 1/2 (Sunrise) 1400-1700h ������������������������������������������������ Poster Set-up Period - Monday Evening Posters, Universal Ballroom (Expo) 1530-1630h ������������������������������������������������ Coffee and Networking Break, 1st floor lobby (Expo) & 2nd floor foyer (Sunrise) 1700-1800h ������������������������������������������������ Plenary Session, Star 3/4/5/6 (Sunrise) 1800-2000h ������������������������������������������������ Technical Exhibit open, General Poster Session, Universal Ballroom (Expo) 2000-2200h ������������������������������������������������ Student Mixer*, Star 1/2 (Sunrise)

Tuesday, October 2

Featured Events

0700-1730h ������������������������������������������������ Meeting Registration is open, 1st floor lobby (Expo) 0800h ��������������������������������������������������������� Technical Sessions begin (check technical program on page 97 for details) 0900-1200h ������������������������������������������������ Essential Elements for Employment Success*, Universal 27/28 (Expo) 0900-1800h ������������������������������������������������ ECS Data Science Community Sprints (*by invitation only), Universal 23 (Expo) 0930-1030h ������������������������������������������������ Coffee and Networking Break, 1st floor lobby (Expo) & 2nd floor foyer (Sunrise) 1400-1700h ������������������������������������������������ Poster Set-up Period - Tuesday Evening Posters, Universal Ballroom (Expo) 1400-2000h ������������������������������������������������ Come visit our Exhibitors! Universal Ballroom (Expo) 1530-1630h ������������������������������������������������ Coffee and Networking Break, Universal Ballroom (Expo) 1800-2000h ������������������������������������������������ General and Student Poster Session, Universal Ballroom (Expo) 1900-2100h ������������������������������������������������ G03 Evening Panel Workshop, Universal 13 (Expo)

Wednesday, October 3

0700-1600h ������������������������������������������������ Meeting Registration is open, 1st floor lobby (Expo) 0800h ��������������������������������������������������������� Technical Sessions begin (check technical program on page 136 for details) 0900-1130h ������������������������������������������������ Strategic Tools for a Successful Career*, Saturn 1/2/3 (Sunrise) 0900-1800h ������������������������������������������������ ECS Data Science Community Sprints**, Universal 23 (Expo) 0930-1030h ������������������������������������������������ Coffee and Networking Break, 1st floor lobby (Expo) & 2nd floor foyer (Sunrise) 1400-1700h ������������������������������������������������ Poster Set-up Period - Wednesday Evening Posters, Universal Ballroom (Expo) 1400-1600h ������������������������������������������������ Managing and Leading Teams*, Universal 27/28 (Expo) 1400-1800h ������������������������������������������������ Resume Review*, Universal Ballroom (Expo) 1400-2000h ������������������������������������������������ Come visit our Exhibitors! Universal Ballroom (Expo) 1530-1630h ������������������������������������������������ Coffee and Networking Break, Universal Ballroom (Expo) 1630-1730h ������������������������������������������������ Running an Effective Meeting*, (Universal 27/28) 1800-2000h ������������������������������������������������ General Poster Session, Universal Ballroom (Expo) 1815-1830h ������������������������������������������������ Z01 Student Poster Award Winner Presentation, Universal Ballroom (Expo) 1930-1945h ������������������������������������������������ SMEQ Poster Award Winner Presentation, Universal Ballroom (Expo) 2000-2200h ������������������������������������������������ Cena Baile and President’s Reception*, Moonlight Terrace (Sunrise)

Thursday, October 4

0700-1200h ������������������������������������������������ Meeting Registration is open, 1st floor lobby (Expo) 0800h ��������������������������������������������������������� Technical Sessions begin (check technical program on page 171 for details) 0930-1030h ������������������������������������������������ Coffee and Networking Break, 1st floor lobby (Expo) & 2nd floor foyer (Sunrise) *ticketed required: tickets may be purchased in advance online or by visiting customer service. **by invitation only

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Featured Events Division Events Sunday, September 30

1600-1700h ���������������Electronics and Photonics Division Symposium Planning, Universal 1 (Expo) 1700-2000h ���������������Dielectric Science and Technology Symposium Planning, Universal 21 (Expo) 1700-1800h ��������������Electronics and Photonics Division SOTAPOCS and Wide Bandgap Symposium Planning Subcommittee, Universal 1 (Expo) 1700-2000h ���������������Physical & Analytical Electrochemistry Division Symposium Planning Committee, Universal 27 (Expo) 1700-1900h ���������������Corrosion Division Executive Committee, Universal 25 (Expo) 1800-1900h ���������������Sensor Division Executive Committee, Universal 2 (Expo) 1800-2100h ���������������Battery Division Executive Committee and Symposium Planning Subcommittee, Universal 3 (Expo) 1830-1930h ���������������Low Temperature Fuel Cell Coordinating Committee, Universal 5 (Expo) 2000-2100h ���������������Electronics and Photonics Division Executive Committee, Universal 1 (Expo)

Monday, October 1

Featured Events

0700-0900h ���������������High-Temperature Energy, Materials, & Processes Division Executive Committee, Universal 27 (Expo) 0700-0900h ���������������Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division Executive Committee, Universal 19 (Expo) 0700-0900h ���������������Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division Executive Committee, Universal 28 (Expo) 1215-1400h ���������������Electrodeposition Division Future Symposia Meeting Luncheon*, Jupiter 1/2/3 (Sunrise) 1215-1400h ���������������Sensor Division Luncheon and Business Meeting*, Jupiter 5/6 1830-2130h ���������������Luminescence & Display Materials Division Executive Committee & General Reception, Mars 1/2/3/4 (Sunrise) 1900-2100h ���������������Electrodeposition Division Executive Committee, Jupiter 4 (Sunrise) 1900-2100h ���������������Energy Technology Division Executive Committee, Jupiter 1/2/3 (Sunrise)

Tuesday, October 2

1215-1400h ���������������Battery Division Luncheon and Business Meeting*, Saturn 1/2/3 (Sunrise) 1215-1400h ���������������Corrosion Division Luncheon and Business Meeting*, Jupiter 1/2/3 (Sunrise) 1215-1400h ���������������High-Temperature Energy, Materials, & Processes Division Luncheon and Business Meeting*, Jupiter 4/5 (Sunrise) 1900-2000h ���������������Corrosion Division Award Reception*, Jupiter 1/2/3 (Sunrise)

Wednesday, October 3

1215-1400h ���������������Electrodeposition Division Luncheon and Business Meeting, Jupiter 1/2/3 (Sunrise) 1830-2100h ��������������Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division Max Bredig Award Address in Molten Salt and Ionic Liquid Chemistry*, Saturn 1/2/3 1900-2000h ���������������Battery Division Award Reception*, Jupiter 4/5/6 (Sunrise)

Section Events Monday, October 1

1800-1900h �������������� Europe Section Executive Committee, Saturn 1/2/3 (Sunrise) 1900-2000h �������������� Europe Section Meeting, Saturn 1/2/3 (Sunrise)

Committee and Board Meetings Sunday, September 30

1600-1730h �������������� Interface Advisory Board, Star 8 (Sunrise)

Monday, October 1

0800-1000h �������������� Joint Journal Editorial Board, Jupiter 1/2/3 (Sunrise) 1030-1200h ������������� ECS Transactions Editorial Advisory Board, Jupiter 1/2/3 (Sunrise) 1300-1430h �������������� Education Committee, Universal 25 (Expo) 1330-1530h ������������� Publications Subcommittee, Saturn 1/2/3 (Sunrise) 1500-1630h �������������� Individual Membership Committee, Universal 19 (Sunrise) 1500-1700h �������������� Nominating Committee, Universal 26 (Expo) 1530-1630h ������������� Interdisciplinary Science & Technology Subcommittee, Universal 28 (Expo)

Tuesday, October 2

0700-0930h �������������� Symposium Planning Advisory Board, Saturn 1/2/3 (Sunrise) 0730-0930h �������������� Council of Past Presidents, Jupiter 4 (Sunrise) 1000-1200h �������������� Meetings Subcommittee, Jupiter 6 (Sunrise) 1600-1800h �������������� Honors and Awards Committee, Universal 25/26

Wednesday, October 3

0700-1000h �������������� Technical Affairs Committee, Universal 27/28 (Expo) 0900-1000h �������������� Sponsorship Committee, Universal 25/26

Thursday, October 4

1200-1400h �������������� SMEQ Executive Committee and Advisory Board Meeting, Mars 1/2/3/4 (Sunrise)

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Plenary & ECS Society Awards The Plenary Session Monday, October 1 | 1700-1800h Star 3/4/5/6 (Sunrise) The plenary session is one of the highlighted events of the meeting, allowing participants from every symposia to come together and recognize some of the greatest minds in the field. In addition, award winners Michael Arnold and Tetsuya Osaka will be recognized, along

with the 2018 class of Fellows of The Electrochemical Society. The session will conclude with Luis A. Godinez giving his lecture on on “Electro- and Photo-Electro-Chemical Generation of the Fenton Reagent. Some Approaches for the Development of Electrochemical Based Advanced Oxidation Processes for Water Treatment.”

Plenary Lecture Electro- and Photo-Electro-Chemical Generation of the Fenton Reagent. Some Approaches for the Development of Electrochemical Based Advanced Oxidation Processes for Water Treatment. by Luis A. Godínez Luis A. Godínez was born in Mexico City in 1967. After completing a chemical engineering and a MSc degrees in physical chemistry at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, he moved to the USA to pursue graduate studies at the University of Miami where he obtained a PhD in physical chemistry and later, completed a post-doctoral appointment at the University of South Florida, after which he moved back to Mexico to work as a researcher at the Electrochemical Science and Technology Development Center (CIDETEQ).

The work that will be presented, deals with electrochemical advanced oxidation processes that employ electro-Fenton based reactions to treat wastewater. The explored approach employs packed activated carbon columns as cathode materials for oxygen reduction and iron loaded resins, as the source of the Fenton mixture which produces a powerful oxidant species. Using this approach novel activated carbon regeneration processes were developed as well as electrochemical reactors designed for the removal of persistent contaminants; such as helminth ova in human wastewater. The technology potential of the electro-Fenton approach is important since water management is particularly complicated in a country like Mexico in which there are serious problems for water accessibility as well as industry related pollution.

ECS Society Awards Charles W. Tobias Young Investigator Award Monday, October 1 | 0830-0910h Universal 20 (Expo)

Michael S. Arnold is currently a Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. There, he has directed the Advanced Materials for Energy and Electronics Group since 2008. Arnold graduated summa cum laude from the University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign with a BS in Electrical Engineering in 2001. He earned his PhD in 2006 from Northwestern University in Materials Science and Engineering under Professors Mark Hersam and Sam Stupp.

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Overcoming the Materials Science Challenges to Nanocarbon Electronics by Michael S. Arnold

Arnold conducted post-doctoral research at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor from 2006-2008 with Stephen Forrest. Arnold has been a recipient of the ECS Nanocarbons SES Research Young Investigator Award (2018); the National Science Foundation CAREER award (2014); the American Chemical Society Arthur K. Doolittle Award in Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering (2012); the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) – nominated by the U.S. Department of Defense, Army Research Office (2011); the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Early Career Research Award (2011); and a 3M NonTenured Faculty Award (2011, 2012, 2013). He was also a runner-up in the U.S. Department of State ASPIRE Competition (2017). Arnold’s work addresses fundamental challenges – in controlling the growth, processing, ordering, and heterogeneity of nanomaterials and in understanding phenomena beyond the scale of single nanostructures – that must be overcome to exploit nanomaterials in technology. Arnold’s research has resulted in 100 journal publications and 15 patents/patent applications.


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Edward Goodrich Acheson Award Tuesday, October 2 | 1720-1800h Universal 8 (Expo) How to Achieve Industrial Innovation from Basic Research by Tetsuya Osaka Tetsuya Osaka is Senior Research Professor and Emeritus Director of the Institute for Research Organization for Nano & Life Innovation, and Professor Emeritus of the Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan. Osaka is a past President of The Electrochemical Society. He has also served as president of the Magnetics Society of Japan, president of the Electrochemical Society of Japan, president of Japan Institute of Electronic Packaging, vice-president of the Surface Finishing Society of Japan, vice president of the International Society of Electrochemistry. His research field is electrochemical technology, and his recent work is focused on electrochemical nanotechnology, including electro- and electroless-deposition/surface finishing, electronic packaging materials, magnetic storage and energy storage devices, and chemical- and bio-sensors. Osaka currently focuses on batteries and battery energy managing system. He has contributed as an author and/or editor to more than 90 books and published more than 1,020 original and review papers in these fields. He has been identified as one of the highly cited researchers in the materials science category in Thomson ISI’s ISIHighlyCited.com. His technical contributions have been recognized by many awards including the Medal with Purple Ribbon bestowed from the Decoration Bureau of the Cabinet Office, Japan, in 2010, IBA Yeager Award of International Battery Association in 2017, Electrochimica Acta Gold Medal of the International Society of Electrochemistry in 1999.

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Thank you to the Acheson family for supporting the ECS awards program in recognition of leading researchers.

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Norman Hackerman Young Author Award Tuesday, October 2 | 1720-1800h Sunrise Center, Galactic 1 Multiphase Porous Electrode Theory by Raymond Smith Raymond Smith earned his PhD in chemical engineering from MIT in 2017 with a minor in computational materials science. While a graduate student, Smith worked with Martin Bazant on various projects involving mathematical modeling of electrochemical systems. His primary focus involved developing models for battery electrode materials with phase separation behavior, coupling them to full porous electrode battery models, and validating those models with the help of experimental collaborations. Smith also participated in the MIT Chemical Engineering Practice School program, both as a student and as a station director. In this program, he was involved in high-intensity, short-term industrial consulting collaborations on a widely diverse set of projects at Corning, BP, MedImmune, and Emirates Global Aluminum. Smith earned his undergraduate degree from Clemson University. For the past year, he has been working as an engineer at Tesla, focused on battery performance and lifetime modeling.

Bruce Deal & Andy Grove Young Author Award Shihyun Ahn received his BS and MS degrees in chemical engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and earned his PhD degree from the University of Florida in May 2017. His research focused on the effect of irradiation damage on GaN-based metaloxide semiconductor high-electron mobility transistors and β-Ga2O3. He is also interested in the processing and characterization of III-V compound semiconductors. He authored or coauthored over 20 papers during his PhD studies. Ahn is currently working in the Ultraviolet Product Development Department at Seoul Viosys in Korea.

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ECS Division & Section Awards ECS Division and Section Awards Battery Division Research Award Wednesday, October 3 | 1440-1520h Galactic 1 (Sunrise) Forming Interphases by Kang Xu Kang Xu has been doing research on electrolyte materials for 30 years. His interests encompass materials synthesis and interphasial mechanisms in electrochemical energy storage devices. He has been recognized 20 times for numerous awards. In the electrochemical community he is mainly credited for contributions to new electrolyte materials and fundamental understanding of interphasial chemistries. His work on high voltage aqueous electrolytes was considered disruptive, which opens new horizons to next generation of aqueous batteries and brings many unprecedented features including safety, tolerance against abuse, and form-factor flexibility. He has published 180+ papers, four chapters/books, and currently holds 20+ patents. Among those he is best known in the field for the two comprehensive reviews written for Chem. Rev. (2004 and 2014), which have been extensively regarded as desk-references by the community. He is co-founder of Center of Research on Extreme Batteries, advisory board member of the ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, and associate editor of Energy & Environmental Materials and Electrochemistry. Kang Xu has been an ECS member since 1994. He served various duties in the Society and Battery Division, and has been active as session chairs/symposium organizers in Society meetings.

Battery Division Technology Award Wednesday, October 3 | 1320-1400h Galactic 1 (Sunrise) Insight of Structures and Properties of Cathode Materials for Li-ion Battery by Feng Pan

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Battery Division Technology Award Wednesday, October 3 | 1400-1440h Galactic 1 (Sunrise) Aqueous Li(Na) –ion Batteries as Potential Stationary Power by Yongyao Xia Yongyao Xia is a professor in the Department of Chemistry and Institute of New Energy of Fudan University, China. His research interests involve advanced materials and technologies for energy storage and conversion devices, e.g., lithium-ion batteries, electrochemical supercapacitors, lithium-air, lithium-sulfur batteries, etc. He has worked in these areas for nearly 28 years. Throughout his career, he has published more than 280 papers in peer-reviewed scientific journals, contributed to three book chapters, and holds 40 Japanese and Chinese patents on energy conversion and storage devices. His research work has been highly cited over 16,000 times. He received the Outstanding Young Scientist Award of the Natural Science Foundation of China in 2009, Contribution Award in Electrochemistry of the Chinese Society of Electrochemistry in 2015, and the first prize of Natural Science Award of Ministry of Education in 2015. He serves as the president of the Chinese Society of Electrochemistry, the China representive of the International Society of Electrochemistry, and the chair of The Electrochemical Society China Section. He is also the editor of Journal of Power Sources.

Battery Division Postdoctoral Associate Research Award Sponsored by MTI Corporation and the Jiang Family Foundation Wednesday, October 3 | 1520-1600h Galactic 1 (Sunrise) Stable Li Metal Anode through Designed Solution Chemistry and Electrode Architecture. by Haodong Liu Haodong Liu received his bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Xiamen University in 2011. During this period, his research focused on fluoride cathode materials for lithium primary battery under the guidance of Yong Yang. Haodong received his PhD in 2016 from the University of California San Diego under Ying Shirley Meng’s guidance, after which he worked as a postdoc research fellow at UC San Diego with Ping Liu. He is now managing the MTI-UCSD battery fabrication lab, and Arbin-UCSD battery testing lab. (continued on next page)

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Feng Pan, with more than a decade of experience in large international corporations, has been engaged in fundamental research and product development of novel optoelectronic and energy storage materials and devices. As chief scientist, Pan led eight entities in Shenzhen to win the $150 million RMB grant for the national EV-battery innovation project in 2013-16. Pan also led 12 entities to win the National Key project of Material Genomic Engineering for Solid State Li-Ion Battery in China in 2016. He has led his group to achieve outstanding research vs. MGI on electrochemistry, battery, and materials by a combination of comprehensive experimental tests and theoretical calculations, e.g. developing novel cathode materials and methods to study related electrochemical mechanism, and exploring new generation of solid state batteries. Pan has published more than 250 peer-reviewed papers in international journals and book chapters and 80 patents for inventions. He has been selected as one of the 2016 winners of the Outstanding

Research Award of Advanced Lithium Batteries for Automobile Applications. He is the Founding Dean of School of Advanced Materials at the Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School and Director of National Center of Electric Vehicle Power Battery and Materials for International Research.


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He is the founder of the ECS UCSD Student Chapter, which promotes the interest and advancement of electrochemistry science and technology among both graduate and undergraduate students. His research focuses on novel materials for energy storage and conversion. His recent research topics include the design, synthesis, processing, and operando characterization of advanced electrode materials for Li ion batteries; new intercalation materials for high energy density sodium ion batteries; and novel strategies for high coulombic efficiency dendrite free Li metal anode. Haodong is the author and co-author of more than 24 peerreviewed journal articles and three U.S. patents.

Battery Division Student Research Award sponsored by Mercedes-Benz Research & Development

Battery Division Postdoctoral Associate Research Award Sponsored by MTI Corporation and the Jiang Family Foundation

Fudong Han began his academic career at Shandong University in China, where he obtained his BS degree (2009) and MS degree (2012) in Materials Science and Engineering. During this time, he had been working on synthesizing and characterizing carbon-based anodes for lithium-ion batteries. Han started his PhD in 2012 under the supervision of Chunsheng Wang at the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at University of Maryland College Park. His PhD work focuses on the development of safe, high-performance all-solid-state batteries through understanding and addressing the key challenges in electrodes, solid electrolyte and their interfaces. As one of Han’s main findings, he shows the electrochemical stability windows of solid electrolytes are overestimated from the conventional measurement, and the decompositions of solid electrolytes occur and need to be seriously considered when developing high-performance all-solid-state batteries. Han has published 49 peer-reviewed papers and co-authored two U.S. patents. Han is a recipient of Materials Research Society Graduate Student Gold Award.

David Bock is currently an assistant scientist in the Energy Sciences Directorate at Brookhaven National Laboratory. He received his BS in chemistry from the State University of New York at Geneseo in 2008. After graduating, he was employed as an analytical chemist at Inficon Inc., where he worked on development of person-portable gas chromatograph/mass spectrometer systems. He then went to graduate school and received a PhD from Stony Brook University in 2015. His PhD research concentrated on understanding and preventing parasitic cathode dissolution reactions in the battery system used to power implantable cardioverter defibrillators. After his PhD, he joined Brookhaven National Laboratory as a postdoctoral research associate. While in that position, his research focused on using advanced X-ray characterization techniques, including X-ray absorption spectroscopy and energy dispersive X-ray diffraction, to provide mechanistic insight into Li-ion battery materials. He then joined Brookhaven National Laboratory staff as an assistant scientist. David’s main research interests are in energy storage applications. He has coauthored over 30 publications in the field. His research emphasizes using state of the art tools, including synchrotron techniques, to probe battery systems. In his spare time, he enjoys outdoor activities and spending time with his wife and daughter. David would like to thank his PhD and postdoctoral advisors Esther Takeuchi, Kenneth Takeuchi, and Amy Marschilok for their exceptional mentorship and for nominating him for this award.

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Thank you to MTI, The Jiang Family Foundation, and MercedesBenz Research & Development for supporting the ECS awards program in recognition of leading researchers.

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Tuesday, October 2 | 1600-1640h Galactic 1 (Sunrise) Revisiting the Electrochemical Stability Window of Solid Electrolytes by Fudong Han

Battery Division Student Research Award sponsored by Mercedes-Benz Research & Development Tuesday, October 2 | 1640-1720h Galactic 1 (Sunrise) Advanced Electrochemical Energy Storage Systems: Material Development, Alternative Electrode Processes & Planar Devices by Steven Lacey Steven David Lacey’s passion for electrochemistry and engineering culminated at a young age, when he realized the need for a more fuel-efficient means of transportation while restoring classic cars with his father. As an undergraduate at the University of Maryland, he began collaborative energy storage research with Kang Xu and Arthur v. Cresce at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory, where he developed a planar device platform to study alkali-metal-ion battery operation at the nanoscale. Over several DoD internships, his research efforts began to expand into additional topics including optoelectronics, plasmonics, and material development for defense-related interests (body armor, smoke obscurants). After obtaining his BS in Materials Science and Engineering, he started his PhD at his alma mater under the continued supervision of Liangbing Hu. Lacey is a recipient of the 2015 National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship and President (2017-2018) of the ECS Student Chapter at UMD. He has published 30 peer-reviewed papers. AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


ECS Division & Section Awards His PhD thesis research is devoted to nanomaterial synthesis, understanding battery fundamentals, and the development of alternative electrode manufacturing processes for advanced electrochemical energy storage systems. His current research focuses on the development of novel multimetallic electrocatalysts for metalair batteries using a synthesis method described in his recently published work in Science.

Corrosion Division H. H. Uhlig Award Tuesday, October 2 | 1400-1430h Universal 1 (Expo) Non-Faradaic Release of Copper during Corrosion of Engineering Alloys by Rudolph Buchheit Rudolph G. Buchheit is professor of chemical and materials engineering and dean of the College of Engineering at the University of Kentucky. Prior to his appointment at Kentucky, he was professor and chair in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, and later, associate dean in the College of Engineering at Ohio State. Before that he was a senior member of the technical staff at Sandia National Laboratories. Buchheit earned a BS at Loyola University Maryland, and MS and PhD in materials science from the University of Virginia. His research focuses on corrosion science and engineering with emphasis on corrosion, corrosion protection, and corrosion prediction of light metals. He has published over 270 technical articles on these subjects with students and colleagues, and holds 18 patents and patent disclosures related to surface treatments and coatings. He has contributed seven chapters to books, edited three technical proceedings and co-authored two books. He is a Fellow of The Electrochemical Society, and NACE International and has served in committee and division leadership positions within each organization. He is also a past chair of the University Materials Council. He is the recipient of the H.H. Uhlig Educator’s Award from NACE, and the Morris Cohen Graduate Student Award from the Corrosion Division of The Electrochemical Society. He is also the recipient of the Stanley E. Harrison Faculty Award from the College of Engineering at Ohio State, and is a two-time recipient of the college’s Charles Ellison MacQuigg Award for outstanding teaching.

Tuesday, October 2 | 1430-1500h Universal 1 (Expo) Local Hydrogen Detection Techniques for Atmospheric Uptake in Ultra-High Strength Steels by Rebecca Schaller Rebecca Schaller is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Materials Engineering at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. She earned a BS degree in Spanish in 2005 from the University of Oregon and an MS degree in Physics from Portland State University in 2010. Rebecca received her PhD in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Virginia in 2016 under AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

Electrodeposition Division Research Award Wednesday, October 3 | 1400-1445h Universal 8 (Expo) Old Stagnant Technology Becoming Hot Technology: Electroplating Advanced Functional Materials by Nosang Myung Nosang Vincent Myung received his BS, MS, and PhD degree in chemical engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles in 1994, 1997, and 1998, respectively. He spent three years as a research engineer at the same institution. From 2001-2003, he was an engineer in the micro electromechanical systems group at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. In 2003, he joined the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering at University of California-Riverside. He served as the Department Chair from 20112016. Currently, he is serving as the founding director for UC-KIMS Center for Innovative Materials for Energy and Environment and codirector for Winston Chung Global Energy Center. During his career he has received the KIChE President Award, Brainpool Fellow from Korean Government, University of California Regent Fellowship, Jet Propulsion Laboratory Spot Award, and the Abner Brenner gold medal award from American Electroplaters and Surface Finishers Society. Myung’s research interests are focused on the synthesis of nanoengineered materials and applying these materials in various advanced applications including spintronics, sensors, electronics, optoelectronics, energy harvesting, and environmental remediation. Myung’s group objective is to control nanoscale sized features to enhance material properties and device functions beyond those that we currently know. He has published over 200 peer-reviewed journal papers and his h-index is 54 with the total citation of over 10,000. (continued on next page)

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the direction of John R. Scully. Her work focused on developing techniques to probe local scale hydrogen concentrations and interactions in ultra-high strength steels, specifically those produced under atmospheric exposure. During her graduate studies Rebecca received an Endeavour Research Fellowship, which was carried out in collaboration with Monash University and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization in Clayton, Australia. Since her time at UVA, Rebecca has worked as a postdoctoral assistant at Sandia National Laboratories in the Materials Aging and Reliability group, where her research focused on the local chemical and morphological effects of atmospheric corrosion of aluminum and corrosion of additively manufactured materials. She has recently begun her position as assistant professor at UBC where her current work will incorporate an emphasis on understanding corrosion at the local, microstructural level to better predict overall corrosion properties and rates.


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Electrodeposition Division Early Career Investigator Award Wednesday, October 3 | 1445-1530h Universal 8 (Expo) Electrochemical Growth Mediated by Nanocluster Aggregation: Implications and Perspectives by Jon Ustarroz Jon Ustarroz graduated summa cum laude in materials engineering from the University of Navarra (Spain) and in innovation and technology management from the University of Deusto (Spain). He obtained his PhD in engineering summa cum laude with congratulations from the jury from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel in 2013, supervised by Herman Terryn and Annick Hubin. While studying the early stages of electrodeposition by using transmission electron microscopy grid electrodes, he developed a novel theory related to electrochemical growth by nanocluster aggregation, which sets the bases for revisiting the Volmer-Weber growth mechanism. For his postdoctoral research, he worked on the synthesis of nanomaterials by electrochemical routes in non-aqueous solvents and on the electrocatalytic properties of electrodeposited nanostructures. He earned his postdoctoral grant, ranked first, from the Research Foundation – Flanders. In 2016, he conducted research in the group of Patrick R. Unwin at the University of Warwick (U.K.) on the dynamics between single nanoparticles and polarized surfaces by scanning electrochemical cell microscopy. Ustarroz is author of 30 publications and he is currently supervisor of four PhD students in the Electrochemical and Surface Engineering group of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. There, he continues his research on non-traditional electrochemical nucleation and growth pathways from aqueous solutions and deep eutectic solvents. He is also involved in developing a multi-scale numerical modelling platform for investigating elementary electrodeposition processes.

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Wednesday, October 3 | 1400-1440h Universal 22 (Expo) Recent Advances in IntermediateTemperature Fuel Cells: Surface Modification and In Situ/Operando Characterization by Meilin Liub Meilin Liu is the B. Mifflin Hood Chair, Regents’ Professor, and Associate Chair of the School of Materials Science and Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology. He received his BS from South China University of Technology and his MS and PhD from University of California at Berkeley, all in MSE. His research interests include point defects and transport in solids, electrochemical behavior of thin films and interfaces, solid state ionics, and electroceramics. His current research activities include in situ/operando characterization and multi-scale modeling of charge and mass 22

transfer along surfaces, across interfaces, and in membranes, thin films, and nanostructured electrodes, aiming at achieving rational design of materials and structures with unique functionalities for efficient energy storage and conversion. He has supervised 32 postdoctoral fellows, 38 PhD students, 25 joint PhD students, 13 MS students, and 28 visiting scholars. He holds 27 U.S. patents, published ~430 refereed journal papers, coedited 7 proceedings volumes, and co-organized 11 international symposia/workshops. He is a Fellow of The Electrochemical Society and American Ceramic Society. He was the winner of the Charles Hatchett Award, Kolon Faculty Fellow, Outstanding Faculty Research Author Award and Outstanding Achievement in Research Program Development Award from Georgia Tech, Ross Coffin Purdy Award, NASA Tech Brief Award, Crystal Flame Innovation Award in Research, Sustained Research Award and Best Faculty Paper Award from Sigma Xi, among others.

Luminescence and Display Materials Division Centennial Outstanding Achievement Award Tuesday, October 2 | 1000-1040h Universal 11 (Expo) Vacuum Referred Electron Binding Energies in Impurity and Host Band States as Revealed from Empirical Studies; a Personal Account by Pieter Dorenbos Pieter Dorenbos received his physics education and did his PhD research at the University of Groningen, where he was appointed in July 1988 as assistant professor at the Technical University of Delft, The Netherlands. He remained employed at TUD, where he is now heading, as full professor, the section Luminescence Materials in the Faculty of Applied Sciences. He started with projects on the development of new lanthanide activated scintillation crystals for detection of ionizing radiation. This ongoing research has resulted in various new patented scintillators that led to successful commercial products. Notably, LaBr3:Ce3+;Sr2+ is the best scintillator available to detect the energy of gamma photons. Dorenbos’ interest broadened to all types of lanthanide activated luminescence inorganic compounds, and he became particularly interested in where lanthanide energy levels are located within the bandgap, and how that affects luminescence properties. This work resulted in various empirical models to construct diagrams showing all lanthanide levels within the band gap. In 2012, he presented the chemical shift model that enables to relate energy levels of host bands and lanthanide impurity states in different compounds to a common energy reference, i.e., the vacuum level. It is a unique approach that is being adopted in the field. He is currently interested in the energy level locations of transition metal elements and 6s2-elements like Bi3+. His mission is to develop new luminescence materials by rational design instead of serendipity. He (co)authored >400 papers that appeared in peer reviewed scientific journals and that are cited about 17,000 times.

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ECS Division & Section Awards Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division Max Bredig Award in Molten Salt and Ionic Liquid Chemistry Wednesday, October 3 | 2010-2040h Saturn 1/2/3 (Sunrise) From Liquid Clathrates to Ionic Liquids and Back Again. Was Anything Learned on the Journey? by Robin Rogers Robin D. Rogers is a research professor at The University of Alabama and president, owner, and founder of 525 Solutions, Inc., in Tuscaloosa, AL. He obtained both his BS in chemistry and his PhD in chemistry from The University of Alabama. Rogers is the founding editorin-chief of the American Chemical Society journal Crystal Growth & Design and is an advisory board member to eight other international peer-reviewed journals. Rogers holds 27 issued patents and has published over 820 papers, with over 40,000 citations, a Hirsch index of 92, and an i10 index of 535. Rogers was named in the 2014 and 2015 Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researchers Lists ranking among the top 1% most cited in chemistry. His research interests cover the use of ionic liquids and Green Chemistry for sustainable technology through innovation. Most recently he has embarked on an effort to commercialize the use of biorenewable polymers such as chitin in an effort to eliminate the need for synthetic plastics. He had an influential role in the expansion of interest and research in ILs, his initial paper on IL/aqueous partitioning (Chem. Comm. 1998, 1765) effectively kick-started interest in applying ILs to clean separations. He was awarded the U.S. Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award for work related to the use of ILs in sustainable technology.

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Joseph Wang is Distinguished Professor, SAIC Endowed Chair and Chair in the Department of Nanoengineering at University of California, San Diego. He is also the director of the UCSD Center of Wearable Sensors. He received his PhD from the Technion in Israel. He was a member of the Chemistry department at NMSU where he held a Regents Professor and a Manasse, and served as the director of Center for Bioelectronics and Biosensors of Arizona State University before joining UCSD in 2008. Wang has published more than 1,050 papers, 11 books and he holds 25 patents (H Index=151, >95,000 citations).

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Europe Section Allessandro Volta Medal Monday, October 1 | 0510-1550h Universal 18 (Expo) From Nanobiosensors to Scanning Bipolar Electrochemistry by Wolfgang Schuhmann Wolfgang Schuhmann is from the Center for Electrochemical Sciences. He obtained his degree in chemistry from the University in Karlsruhe, Germany and his PhD from the Technical University of Munich. After finishing his habilitation thesis at the Technical University of Munich, he was appointed professor for analytical chemistry at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum. ©RUB, Kramer His research interest addresses the development of reagentless amperometric biosensors, enzymatic biofuel cells and biocapacitors, micro- and nanoelectrochemistry, scanning electrochemical microscopy, localized corrosion, combinatorial microelectrochemistry, electrocatalysis for energy conver­sion and storage, new materials for electrocatalysis and photoelectrocatalysis as well as the in-depth understanding of electrified interfaces. He is coauthor of more than 620 scientific publications. He has received the Biosensors & Bioelectronics Award (2000), became a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (2008), received the Julius-von-Haast Fellowship Award of the Royal Society of New Zealand and the Humboldt Foundation Germany (2008), the Katsumi-Niki-Award of the International Society of Electrochemistry (2011), was appointed to be Fellow of the International Society of Electrochemistry (2012), received the Howard Fellowship of the University of New South Wales, Sydney (2014), was appointed to be a Distinguished Visiting Professor, University Iuliu Hatieganu, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, and was awarded the Schulich Visiting Professor Lectureship for 2018-19 of the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology; Haifa.

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He received two American Chemical Society National Awards, one in 1999 (Instrumentation) and the other in 2006 (Electrochemistry) and Honorary Professors from Spain, Argentina, Czech Republic, Romania, China, Slovakia, and Slovenia. Wang has been the founder and editor-in-chief of Electroanalysis (Wiley) for 30 years. His scientific interests are concentrated in the areas of biosensors, bioelectronics, wearable sensors, bionanotechnology, nanomachines, and electroanalytical chemistry.


2018 Class of ECS Fellows Fellow of The Electrochemical Society was established in 1989 for advanced individual technological contributions in the fields of electrochemistry and solid state science and technology and service to the Society. These members are being recognized at the plenary session for scientific achievements, for leadership, and for active participation in the affairs of ECS. Each year, up to 15 renowned scientists and engineers are chosen by their peers for this honor. Join us in celebrating the 2018 class of the Fellows of the Electrochemical Society. Sheikh A. Akbar is a Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and Founder of the National Science Foundation Center for Industrial Sensors and Measurements at The Ohio State University in Columbus, OH. His research deals with synthesismicrostructure-property relations of ceramic bulk, thin-film and nanostructures for electrochemical devices such as sensors and biomedical applications. Akbar was the chair of the 12th International Conference on Chemical Sensors held in 2008. His sensors received three R&D 100 Awards as part of the 100 best inventions of 2007 and 2005 as selected by R&D Magazine, and 2005 NASA TGIR (turning Goal into Reality) award. Akbar is the recipient of the 2012 The Electrochemical Society Sensor Division Outstanding Achievement Award, the 2002 Tan Chin Tuan Fellow of Nanyang Technologi-cal University in Singapore, and the 2001 Fulrath Award and the 2002 W.E. Cramer Award of the American Ceramic Society. He was elected a Fellow of the American Ceramic Society in 2001. He also received the 1993 B.F. Goodrich Collegiate Inventors Award for the development of a rugged and durable CO/H2 sensor; one of three national awards. Akbar is on the editorial boards of the Journal of Nanoengineering and Nanomanufacturing, Materials Focus, Sensors, Ceramics International, Journal of Nanomaterials, and Sensor Letters and Frontiers in Materials. He has published more than 220 technical papers and holds eight patents. Akbar received the Mars G Fontana Outstanding Teacher Award in Materials Science and Engi-neering at OSU for both 2016 and 2017. Yi Cui is a Professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Stanford University. He received BS in Chemistry in 1998 from the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) and his PhD in 2002 from Harvard University. After that, he went on to work as a Miller Postdoctoral Fellow at University of California, Berkeley. In 2005 he became an assistant professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Stanford University. He was promoted with tenure in 2010 and became a full professor in 2016. His current research is on nanomaterials for energy storage, photovotalics, topological insulators, biology and environment. He has founded three companies to commercialize technologies from his group: Amprius Inc., 4C Air Inc. and EEnovate Technology Inc. He is a Fellow of Materials Research Society and a Fellow of Royal Society of Chemistry. He is an associate editor of Nano Letters. He is a co-director of the Bay Area Photovoltaics Consortium and a co-director of Battery 500 Consortium. He is a highly proliferate materials scientist and has published ~390 research papers with an H-index of 162 (Google). In 2014, he was ranked No. 1 in materials science by Thomson Reuters as “The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds.” His selected awards include: Blavatnik National Laureate (2017), MRS Kavli 24

Distinguished Lectureship in Nanoscience (2015), the Sloan Research Fellowship (2010), KAUST Investigator Award (2008), ONR Young Investigator Award (2008), and the Technology Review World Top Young Innovator Award (2004). Jan Fransaer is a professor of Materials Engineering at the KU Leuven. He received his engineering degree in metallurgy from the UGent in 1985, and his PhD in materials engineering from KU Leuven in 1994. He received the NSF Graduate Student Award in 1994 for his work on developing models and sensors for suspension plating. He was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Harvard University where he studied the nucleation of metals during solidification with Frans Spaepen’s group. At the age of 7, his older brother steered him towards electrochemistry by electrolyzing water using a 4.5 V battery, car acid and two carbon electrodes from spent alkaline batteries. Since then, his group has made significant contributions to the practical and theoretical understanding of the electrodeposition of particles together with metals, and was one of the first groups to study this process using non-aqueous electrolytes. This resulted a few years later in the study of ionic liquids for electrochemical applications, mainly focused on electrodeposition, but now extended to batteries, fuel cells and supercapacitors. Together with Koen Binnemans, he has explored the properties of a class of ionic liquids, called liquid metal salts, which are metal salts that are liquid below 100 °C. With his wife, Dominguez-Benetton, Fransaer is exploring the electrochemical synthesis of nanoparticles. His current research focuses on experimental and computational electrochemistry, the electrochemistry of metal ions in ionic liquids and the electrodeposition of metals, alloys, semiconductors and MOFs. He has published over 200 papers in this area and has filed 14 patents, of which four have been licensed to industry. Turgut M. Gür is a retired adjunct professor of Materials Science and Engineering at Stanford University. He spent nearly four decades in research, education and mentoring, as well as in providing leadership for major research centers on advanced materials and energy, including the NSF-MRSEC Center for Materials Research, Geballe Laboratory for Advanced Materials, and the DOE-EFRC Center on Nanostructuring for Efficient Energy Conversion. He also holds a visiting professor appointment from the Chinese University of Mining and Technology-Beijing in China. Gür is the former chair of the ECS High-Temperature Energy, Materials, & Processes Division and served on several ECS committees as well as on the board of directors. He was a board member of the International Society for Solid State Ionics for ten years. His primary research interest is high temperature electrochemical energy conversion and storage materials and technologies. He AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


is recognized for his contributions in the development of carbon fuel cells for clean power generation; hydrogen and electricity coproduction; high temperature electrocatalysis of NOx reduction, CO2-to-fuels conversion, and Fischer-Tropsch electrosynthesis; surface and interface engineered thin film SOFCs; and solid state ionic tools for fundamental research on functionally active oxides. Gür has BS and MS degrees in chemical engineering from the Middle East Technical University in Ankara (Turkey), and a PhD in materials science and engineering from Stanford University. He holds 11 U.S. patents, and has authored or co-authored more than 150 technical publications related in large part to high temperature electrochemical energy sciences and materials. Pawel J. Kulesza  received his PhD from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and DSc from University of Warsaw, Poland. After postdoctoral appointments at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University of Texas at Austin, Fritz-HaberInstitut of Max-Planck-Gesselshaft in Berlin, EPFL – Swiss Federal University of Technology in Lausanne and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he took a position of a professor of chemistry at University of Warsaw, Poland also held the position of dean there for many years. In The Electrochemical Society, he served on many committees as well as chair of the Physical Analytical Electrochemistry Division and chair of the European Section. He is a member of Polish Academy of Sciences and, currently, a member of editorial boards of Electrocatalysis, Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry, Russian Journal of Electrochemistry and Electrochimica Acta (associate editor). Kulesza has significantly contributed to description of mechanisms and dynamics of charge propagation in solid or semisolid materials characterized by reversible redox transitions, fast charge propagation, and storage. His research has also led to the development of new electroanalytical methodology and advances in diagnostic measurements based on ultramicroelectrodes. He proposed new functional materials composed of networks of noble metal nanoparticles, carbon nanostructures, metal oxides, polyoxometallates, cyanometallates, or their hybrids with polymers. More recently, his attention has centered on the development of hybrid materials for electrocatalysis (fuel cell fundamental research) and photoelectrochemistry (energy conversion, water splitting, CO2conversion, and generation of fuels). He has published more than 250 refereed papers and has h-index of 55 (Google Scholar). Stuart Licht  is an environmentalist and electrochemist. He is a Dean’s Research Professor in the Department of Chemistry at George Washington University, and with his group has contributed over 400 papers and patents, focused on sustainability or fundamental, physical chemistry, and is the Leader of Team C2CNT, one of five finalist teams competing in the international Carbon XPrize to produce the most valuable product from the CO2 emissions of a gas power plant. Stuart Licht served as a program director in the National Science Foundation. An early pioneer in the field of photoelectrochemistry, Licht helped establish basic principles of the field as well as AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

highest efficiency photoelectrochemical solar cells (cover article, Nature,  1987). His principals of STEP (solar thermal electrochemical processes) have led to the demonstration of CO2free syntheses of ammonia, iron & steel, cement, highest efficiency solar fuels, and organics. His research group has helped established the principals of multiple electron per molecule charge storage, including the 11 electron VB2, the hexavalent “super-iron,” and molten air batteries. Licht has broadened the foundation of understanding of a wide range of electrochemical phenomena ranging from generation/ collection microelectrochemistry, to fundamentals of speciation, and water purification, and recently introduced a process to remove the greenhouse gas CO2 to mitigate climate change by its transformation to carbon nanotubes. Recognitions include Licht’s Hilldebrand Award, BASF 150th Anniversary Electrochemical Storage Award, the ECS Energy Technology Division Research Award, the Alcoa Research Award, GWU’s Trachtenberg Scholarship Award, the Technion Gustella Award, and Clark’s Carlson Endowed Chair in Chemistry. Y. Shirley Meng  received her PhD in advance materials for micro and nano systems from the Singapore-MIT Alliance in 2005, after which she worked as a postdoc research fellow and became a research scientist at MIT. Meng currently holds the Zable Chair Professor in Energy Technologies and professor in Materials Science & NanoEngineering at University of California San Diego. She is the principal investigator of the research group – Laboratory for Energy Storage and Conversion. The LESC research focuses on the direct integration of experimental techniques with first principles computation modeling for developing new materials and architectures for electrochemical energy storage. She is the founding director of Sustainable Power and Energy Center, consisting faculty members from interdisciplinary fields, who all focus on making breakthroughs in distributed energy generation, storage, and the accompanying integration-management systems. She received several prestigious awards including American Chemical Society ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces Young Investigator Award (2018), International Coalition for Energy Storage and Innovation Inaugural Young Career Award (2018), IUMRS-Singapore Young Scientist Research Award (2017), C.W. Tobias Young Investigator Award of The Electrochemical Society (2016), BASF Volkswagen Electrochemistry Science Award (2015) and NSF CAREER Award (2011). Meng sits on the executive board of the International Battery Association as one of the associate directors. She is the author and co-author of more than 160 peer-reviewed journal articles, one book chapter and four issued patents. Junichiro Mizusaki has been active in the field of solid state ionics for nearly 50 years. Most of his works are on the properties of perovskite-type mixed conductors or on the gas-electrode kinetics of solid electrolyte cells. He also performed several characteristic researches on such topics as the extended DC polarization techniques to determine the (continued on next page) 25


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electronic properties of silver halides, electrochemical degradation of ceramic electrodes, halide ion conduction of perovskite-type halides, electrochemical determination of copper and sulfur nonstoichiometry in copper-chevrel compounds, lithium ion conduction of lithium carbonate and its application to CO2 sensors, O– and F– emission from solid anion conductors, and application of acoustic emission analysis for the study of mechanical stability of solid oxide fuel cells. He received his BS, Master’s, and PhD degrees from Faculty of Engineering, the University of Tokyo. He was a research associate there from 1975 until 1986. In 1977-1978, he was with Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In 1986, he moved to Yokohama National University as an associate professor. In 1994, he was became a professor at Tohoku University and led a laboratory in Research Institute of Scientific Measurements, later reorganized into the Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials. He retired from Tohoku University in 2012 and received the title of a professor emeritus. He was a chairperson of the SOFC Society Japan (2004-2011) and of the Solid State Ionics Society of Japan (2006-2010). He also served as a councilor of International Society of Solid State Ionics (1997-2001). Jay Switzer is the Donald L. Castleman Distinguished Professor of Chemistry at Missouri University of Science and Technology. He also is a senior investigator at the Materials Research Center. Switzer received his BS degree in chemistry from the University of Cincinnati, and his PhD degree in inorganic chemistry from Wayne State University under Professor John F. Endicott. After receiving his PhD degree, he joined Union Oil Company of California as a senior research chemist. His research at UNOCAL was on photoelectrochemistry and the electrochemical processing of photovoltaic cells. In 1986, Switzer joined the Materials Science and Engineering Department of the University of Pittsburgh as an associate professor. In 1990, he moved to the University of Missouri, Rolla as a professor of chemistry. Switzer has spent most of his career working on the electrodeposition of nanostructured metal oxide semiconductors, magnetic materials, and catalysts. He is best known for his work on the electrodeposition of epitaxial metal oxides, oxide superlattices, chiral surfaces, and freestanding single-crystal metal foils. Switzer received the ECS Electrodeposition Division Research Award in 2003, and he presently serves as the faculty advisor to the ECS Missouri S&T Student Chapter. Tomás Torres is a full professor and director of the Institute of Advanced Research in Chemical Sciences, at Autonoma University of Madrid and associate senior scientist of the IMDEA-Nanoscience. His research has focused on the preparation of molecular materials based on phthalocyanines and on the study of their properties for applications in organic solar cells and photodynamic therapy. He has published more than 500 articles and reviews and 43 patents, has advised 50 doctoral theses, and has an H-Index of 77. He has been co-founder, and is a partner of NanoInnova Technologies. 26

Torres belongs to the editorial board of Chemical Society Reviews (RSC, United Kingdom), and is a member of the International Advisory Board of Chemical Communications (RSC), among others. In 2001 and 2017, he was distinguished as Visiting Fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science. In 2009, he was invested Doctor Honoris Causa by the Ivanovo State University, Russia, and 2016 by the Miguel Hernández University of Elche. In 2013 he was awarded the Research Prize and the Gold Medal of the Royal Spanish Society of Chemistry. In 2016, he received the Linstead Career Award in Phthalocyanine Chemistry by the Society of Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines. In 2017, Torres was elected member of the European Academy of Sciences and received the “Miguel Catalán” Research Prize of the Community of Madrid. In 2018, he was awarded the Elhuyar-Goldschmidt Prize of the Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker of Germany. Hiroyuki Uchida is currently a professor and director of the Clean Energy Research Center at the University of Yamanashi. For the past 25 years, Uchida has devoted himself to the research and development of highly active, durable electrocatalysts for polymer electrolyte fuel cells and solid oxide fuel cells. He has co-authored more than 240 research papers. In order to establish clear strategies for the design of electrocatalysts for PEFCs, Uchida has analyzed fuel cell reactions and degradation by use of a manifold of instrumental techniques. The use of monodisperse Pt or Pt-alloy nanocatalysts, with uniform composition and uniform dispersion over the surface of carbon supports by use of the original “nanocapsule” method, has contributed greatly to clarifying the effects of various properties (particle size, composition, and surface structure, etc.) on the activity and durability of the cathode and anode catalysts. He has demonstrated several important concepts for developing highperformance hydrogen and oxygen electrodes with high durability for a reversible solid oxide cell, operating as both SOFC and electrolysis cell. Uchida has received the Award of the Electrochemical Society of Japan, Science and Technology Award of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan, and the Scientific Achievement Award of the ECSJ. He has served as the editor-inchief (2015–2018) of Electrochemistry (ECSJ), lead organizer of Electrocatalysts for PEFCs in the Fuel Cell Subcommittee of ECS, co-chair of the PRiME 2016 organizing committee, and vice-chair of Division 3 of the ISE (2012–present). Sannakaisa Virtanen  is professor for Surface Science and Corrosion at the Department of Materials Science of the Friedrich-Alexander University ErlangenNürnberg, Germany. She studied metallurgy at the Helsinki University of Technology, Finland (MSc), and then joined the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, ETH-Zurich, where she carried out her PhD research. After receiving her PhD, she was senior scientist at the ETHZürich, with research stays at the Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA and at the McMaster University, Canada.

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Adam Z. Weber holds BS and MS degrees from Tufts University, and a PhD from University of California, Berkeley in chemical engineering under the guidance of John Newman.  His dissertation work focused on the fundamental investigation and mathematical modeling of water management in polymer-electrolyte fuel cells. Weber continued his study of water and thermal management in polymer-electrolyte fuel cells at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory where he is now a staff scientist and program manager for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies and deputy director for both the Fuel-Cell Performance and Durability (FC-PAD) and HydroGEN consortia. His current research involves understanding and optimizing fuel-cell performance and lifetime using advanced modeling and diagnostics, understanding flow batteries for grid-scale energy storage, and analysis of solar-fuel generators, where he is a Thrust coordinator at the Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis. Weber has coauthored over 110 peer-reviewed articles and 10 book chapters and has been invited to present his work at various international and national meetings. He is the recipient of a number of awards including a Fulbright scholarship to Australia, the 2008 Oronzio and Niccolò De Nora Foundation Prize on Applied Electrochemistry of the International Society of Electrochemistry, the 2012 ECS Supramaniam Srinivasan Young Investigator Award of the Energy Technology Division, a 2012 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, the 2014 ECS Charles W. Tobias Young Investigator Award, Kavli Fellow in 2014, and the 2016 Sir William Grove Award from the International Association for Hydrogen Energy.

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Thank you to the AiMES 2018 Exhibitors! The exhibitors in Cancun, Mexico 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.

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The Exhibit Hall will be located in the Universal Ballroom in the Expo Center

Exhibit Hours Monday, October 1, 2018 1200-1700h................................... Exhibitor Move-In 1400-1800h................................... Poster Move-In 1800-2000h................................... Technical Exhibit, General and Poster Session Tuesday, October 2, 2018 1400-2000h................................... Technical Exhibit 1400- 1800h.................................. Poster Move-In 1530-1600h................................... Networking Break 1800-200h..................................... General Poster Session Wednesday, October 3, 2018 1400-2000h................................... Technical Exhibit 1400- 1800h.................................. Poster Move-In 1530-1600h................................... Networking Break 1800-200h..................................... General Poster Session 2000-2200h................................... Optional Technical Exhibit Tear Down Thursday, October 4, 2018 0900-1200h................................... Technical Exhibit Tear Down

Exhibitors ACCUCOMS International BV Booth: 7 Juan José Gamboa Regional Manager Mexico & the Caribbean juan@accucoms.com Alexandra Oltra alexandra@accucoms.com Nieuwe Energie 3e Binnenvestgracht 23R 2312 NR Leiden, +52.55.8421.6610 The Netherlands www.accucoms.com ACCUCOMS represents a variety of academic, society and professional publishers around the world. Our representatives have deep knowledge of local languages and customs, taking care of making personal visits and exhibit at conferences on the publisher’s behalf. ACCUCOMS has an established team in Latin America dedicated to organize training programs to educate institutional subscribers and end-users on information tools and research-oriented solutions.

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Admiral Instruments Booth: 25 Mark Sholin mark@admiralinstruments.com 3150 N 24th St Suite B-102 Phoenix, AZ, 85016 1.480.256.8706 USA 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 budget-friendly, compact, easy-to-use family of Squidstat™ potentiostats and the entire collection of high-performance workstations from Zahner Scientific Instruments. Our wide variety of instruments and accessories are uniquely positioned to satisfy those with limited budgets or those seeking highly precise and specialized measurement capabilities, including challenging multi-sine EIS and equivalent circuit modeling. Visit our booth for a demo of the Squidstat Plus potentiostat which features +/-10 V scan range, +/-1 A max current, and EIS up to 1 MHz priced at just $4,900!

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Exhibitors ALS Co., LTD

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Technical Exhibit Gamry Instruments

Booth: 24 Katsunobu Yamamoto yamamoto@bas.co.jp 1-28-12 Mukojima Sumida-ku, Tokyo, 131-0033 +81.3.3624.0331 Japan www.als-japan.com

Booths: 16,17 Jerome Babauta jbabauta@gamry.com 734 Louis Dr. Warminster, PA, 18974 1.215.682.9330 USA www.gamry.com

ALS provides researchers with a wide range of products for electrochemistry and spectroelectrochemistry applications, including Bi-Potentiostat (Model 2325), Ring-Disk Electrode apparatus (RRDE3A), Spectrometer Systems (SEC2020) and Faraday cage (CS-3A). We also dealing with various kinds of Spectroelectrochemical cells (SEC-C/SEC-2F), Quartz Crystal Microbalances cell/Quartz crystal (QCMT/EQCMT) and Electrodes/Accessories for EC measurement same as their related items.

Potentiostats, Multichannel Potentiostats, Quartz Crystal Microbalance and Electrochemical Accessories, Cyclic Voltammetry, Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy, Cyclic Charge/Discharge, Chronoamperometry, 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, IMPS/IMVS, and a quartz crystal microbalance.

Bio-Logic USA

Ivium Technologies B.V.

Booths: 19, 20 David Carey david.carey@bio-logic.us 9050 Executive Park Drive, Suite 100C Knoxville, TN 37923 1.865.769.3800 USA www.bio-logic.net

Booth: 6 Ross Archer info@ivium.com De Zaale 11 +31.40.2390606 Eindhoven, 5612AJ 1.800.701.4405 Netherlands www.ivium.com

Bio-Logic is the exclusive provider of EC-Lab electrochemical instruments. The EC-Lab family of products includes modular singlechannel (SP-50/150/200/300) and multi-channel (VSP/VMP3/VSP300/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 19-20 to learn more about our entire line of products. Â

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

FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc Literature Display Eunice Wang ewang@dimatix.com 2250 Martin Avenue Santa Clara, California 95050 1.408.565.0670 USA www.dimatix.com Inkjet printing allows creation of products like DNA arrays, electronics, displays and solar cells. The DMP-2850 is designed for micro-precision jetting a variety of functional fluids onto virtually any surface and minimizes waste of expensive fluid materials, thereby eliminating the cost and complexity associated with traditional product development and prototyping.

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Maccor, INC. Booth: 10 Mark Hulse m.hulse@maccor.com 4322 S 49th W Ave Tulsa, OK 74107 1.918.445.1496 USA www.maccor.com Maccor manufactures testing equipment for the battery and energy storage market (i.e. batteries, capacitors, fuel cells, etc.). Maccor Inc. was the pioneer, and is the world’s largest commercial manufacturer for this type of equipment. More companies rely on Maccor everyday for their battery and cell test equipment needs. Today Maccor has thousands of systems in operation in more than 50 countries. (continued on next page)

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MTI Corporation Booth: 3 Andy Huang andy@mtixtl.com 860 South 19th Street Richmond, CA 94840 +1.510.525.4705 USA www.mtixtl.com MTI Corporation has been providing a total solution for mate-rial research since 1995. MTI supplies crystal, ceramic, metallic substrates from A-Z and nano-powder. MTI pro-vides la-boratory battery R&D equip-ment in-cluding the entire coin cell, pouch cell, and cylinder cell pilot lines, Be-yond Li-ion bat-teries re-search equip-ment, split test-ing cells and bat-tery safe-ty testing equip-ment. Moreo-ver, MTI also offers the mix-ing, cut-ting, pol-ishing, lapping, and pressing ma-chines as well as the fur-naces glove boxes, high vac-uum sys-tem, high-pressure furnaces for bat-tery and energy materials research sample prepara-tion. Novonix Booth: 30 Kathlyne Nelson kathlyne.nelson@novonix.ca 177 Bluewater Rd Bedford, NS, B4B1H1 1.902.266.6401 Canada www.novonix.ca Novonix manufactures High Precision Cycler (HPC) systems with industry-leading high accuracy and low noise levels. Novonix HPC equipment can be configured as fully turn-key battery cycler systems with integrated thermal chambers or as independent charger modules to connect with your own thermal chambers. Novonix also provides HPC consulting services. Park Systems, Inc. Booth: 15 Gerald Pascual gerald@parkafm.com 3040 Olcott Street Santa Clara, CA 95054 USA www.parkafm.com Park Systems is a world leading manufacturer of atomic force microscopy (AFM) systems with a complete range of products for researchers and industry engineers in biological science, materials research, semiconductor, and storage industries. Park’s AFM provides the highest data accuracy, superior productivity, and lowest operating cost.

PAR/Solartron Booths: 22, 23 Rob Sides Rob.Sides@ametek.com 801 South Illinois Ave. Oak Ridge, TN 37830 1.865.483.2122 USA www.ameteksi.com AMETEK Scientific Instruments is the innovator and leading manufacturer of potentiostats and frequency response analyzers. With both Princeton Applied Research and Solartron Analytical brands, our products are at the core of reference-grade research of batteries, fuel cells, corrosion, sensors and general physical electrochemistry. Solartron is the preeminent expert in Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy, the go-to test method for characterization of energystorage and energy-conversion devices. Our users access more than 120 years of combined knowledge, expertise, products, and solutions of Princeton Applied Research and Solartron Analytical. Our global presence offers users the ability to connect with local product and applications experts; combining large-company resources with individualized support. Pine Research Instrumentation Booth: 18 Dr. Tim Paschkewitz research pinewire@pineresearch.com 2741 Campus Walk Ave., Bldg 100 Durham, NC, 27705 USA www.pineresearch.com Pine Research Instrumentation (Durham, NC, USA) has dedicated their design, support, service, and sales to the needs of the electrochemical community for over 50 years. We offer a complete line of trusted, high-quality, and affordable electrochemical instrumentation including potentiostats, electrode rotators, precision electrodes for rotating disk (RDE), rotating ring-disk (RRDE), and rotating cylinder (RCE) applications. We complement our instrumentation with a large variety of electrochemical accessories which support scientists who evaluate electrocatalytic systems like oxygen reduction reaction for fuel cells and carbon dioxide reduction for environmental remediation, as well as fuel stock production to interrogate corrosion inhibitor efficiency. Recently, we launched our WaveDriver 200 Bipotentiostat with EIS and our WaveVortex 10 Electrode Rotator – products requested by you and inspired by your research and industrial needs. Scribner Associates, Inc. Booth: 21 Marion Jones marion@scribner.com 150 E Connecticut Ave. Southern Pines, NC 28387 1.910.695.8884 USA www.scribner.com Scribner Associates Inc. specializes in the development and manufacture of advanced analytical hardware and software for Battery, Fuel Cell, Electrolyzer and Redox Flow Battery testing. Our software packages such as ZPlot®, ZView®, MultiStat® and CorrWare® are recognized world-wide as the gold standard for instrument control and data analysis. Scribner has been producing innovative, high quality products for over 30 years. Our products are backed by factory warranty, excellent worldwide customer service and extensive technical support.

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Exhibitors Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd. Booth: 27 Maki Inai maki@sei-innova-tion.com 2355 Zanker Road San Jose, CA 95131 USA www.global-sei.com

Exhibitors

Technical Exhibit ULVAC Technologies, Inc.

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The Sumitomo Electric Group is a global corporate group with 394 consoli-dated compa-nies and over 248,330 employ-ees in more than 40 coun-tries around the world. From an elec-tric wire and cable manufac-turer in Osaka 120 years ago, we have grown into a global leading company in 5 busi-ness do-mains: automo-tive, info-communi-cations, electron-ics, ener-gy and industrial materials industry. The Electrochemical Society Booth: 12 Ashley Moran, ECS Corporate Programs Manager Ashley.Moran@electrochem.org 65 South Main Street, Building D Pennington, New Jersey 08534-2839 1.609.737.1902 USA www.electrochem.org ECS has been a nonprofit academic publisher since 1902 and is now home to over 8,000 electrochemists, chemical engineers, and solid state scientists. We are students, teachers, and industry leaders, in over 70 countries. ECS bridges the gap between the corporate, academic, and government sectors by supporting the participation of scientists from around the world and promoting innovation in scientific thought through the dissemination of peer-reviewed journals and organizing technical meetings. Stop by each night to enter to win the following raffles: − ECS Digital Library banner ad (1 month in 2018) − Monographs (Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy, Second Edition and Atmospheric Corrosion, Second Edition) − Free meeting registration for the 235th ECS Meeting in Dallas, TX − Free 5-year membership

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Booth: 26 Evan Sohm esohm@us.ulvac.com Griffin Brook Drive Methuen, MA 01844

1.978.686.7550 x 244 USA

ULVAC offers vacuum coating systems and components for lab scale R&D or industrial sized production work. A new Arc Plasma Deposition system (APD) will be featured. Using pulsed cathodic arc plasma discharge, this unit deposits nanoparticles with controllable size uniformity, creating highly active and durable catalysts. Also makes thin films. Xergy Inc. Booth: 11 Jason Jin jason.jin@xergyinc.com 299 Cluckey Drive Harrington, DE 19952 USA 1.781.366.3222 XERGY Inc. is the world leader in development of advanced composite ion exchange membranes. XERGY designs, develops, manufactures, sells, and services a range of high performance devices, modules, stacks, and systems employing its XION Ion Exchange Membranes. Zahner-electrik GmbH Booth: 28 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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Sponsors Bronze FMC Corporation A02: Challenges in Novel Electrolytes, Organic Materials, and Innovative Chemistries for Batteries ‐ in Honor of Michel Armand

Bio-Logic USA, LLC A02: Challenges in Novel Electrolytes, Organic Materials, and Innovative Chemistries for Batteries ‐ in Honor of Michel Armand

Hydro Québec A02: Challenges in Novel Electrolytes, Organic Materials, and Innovative Chemistries for Batteries ‐ in Honor of Michel Armand

Blue Solutions Canada Company A02: Challenges in Novel Electrolytes, Organic Materials, and Innovative Chemistries for Batteries ‐ in Honor of Michel Armand

MicrotracBEL Corp. H07: Electronic, Thermal, and Electrochemical Properties of Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs): Technology, Applications, and Emerging Devices 1

Fluolyte A02: Challenges in Novel Electrolytes, Organic Materials, and Innovative Chemistries for Batteries ‐ in Honor of Michel Armand

Solvionic Company A02: Challenges in Novel Electrolytes, Organic Materials, and Innovative Chemistries for Batteries ‐ in Honor of Michel Armand

Contributing Air Liquide G02: Atomic Layer Deposition Applications 14 G03:SiGe, Ge, and Related Materials: Materials, Processing, and Devices 8 Applied Materials I02: Solid State Ionic Devices 12 Bruker G03: SiGe, Ge, and Related Materials: Materials, Processing, and Devices 8

Fine Feature Electrodeposition Laboratory G05: Materials, Formulation, and Processes for Semiconductor, 2.5 and 3D Chip Packaging, and High Density Interconnection PCB Mattson Thermal Products GmbH G02: Atomic Layer Deposition Applications 14 RASIRC G02: Atomic Layer Deposition Applications 14 Sumitomo Metal Mining Co., Ltd. L02: Molten Salts and Ionic Liquids 21

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Sociedad Mexicana de Electroquímica (SMEQ) Due to the interest that the constant meetings of the electrochemical community in Mexico aroused, in 1980 the creation of the Mexican Electrochemistry Society was proposed, in order to group the participants of the meetings and courses. The Society was not legally registered and operated informally for two years, but on April 12, 1983, the Mexican Society of Electrochemistry (SMEQ) was established and has the general objective of promoting, stimulating the development, use and positive transcendence of Science Electrochemistry in the Country and its applications in all branches of Science. To achieve its aims, it will group all those people, companies, groups and institutions dedicated to the tasks of research, teaching, development and application of the Electrochemistry, exchanging experiences that allow the updating and planned development of this science.

Sociedad Iberoamericana de Electroquímica (SIBAE) The Sociedad Iberoamericana de Electroquímica (SIBAE) was founded in 1992 as a corollary of the tenth Ibero-American Meeting of Electrochemistry held in the city of Córdoba (Argentina). The birth of SIBAE finds its roots in the Latin American Meetings of Electrochemistry and Corrosion, which took place between 1972 and 1988 in Argentina, Chile, Venezuela, Brazil, Mexico, and Panama, and which later became the Ibero-American Meeting of Electrochemistry. From 1994 onward, this finally become the SIBAE Congress, which rotates every two years between the member countries of the society. At present, the SIBAE is made up of members from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Peru, Portugal, Spain, Uruguay, and Venezuela. The goals of SIBAE are to promote cooperation among researchers, students, technicians, and others in the Ibero-American countries; to encourage both fundamental and applied research in electrochemistry; to collaborate with the progress of electrochemistry as a science and as a technology; to contribute to the dissemination of scientific and technological knowledge; and to develop periodic meetings where the official language is the mother tongue of the member countries (Spanish or Portuguese).

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Sociedade Brasileira de Eletroquímica e Eletroanalítica The Sociedade Brasileira de Eletroquímica e Eletroanalítica (Brazilian Society of Electrochemistry and Electroanalytical, or SBEE) was created in 2013 during the XIX Brazilian Symposium of Electrochemistry and Electroanalytical (SIBEE) at Campos do Jordão, São Paulo, Brazil. The main objectives of its creation are to promote the development of electrochemistry and electroanalytical chemistry in Brazil and to provide stimulus for the exchange of ideas, concepts and applications among the members of the electrochemical community. Thus, SBEE is configured as an academic–scientific association that seeks to integrate researchers, research centers, and companies with activities in the area of electrochemistry, electrolysis, and corrosion. On this basis, the SBEE statute was approved and the company was founded in August 2016. The aims of our society includes the organization of a biennial national symposium, to ensure a forum of excellence for lectures and specialized presentations, the congregation of the electrochemical community, and the facilitation of the establishment and strengthening of cooperation agreements with other societies in the area of electrochemistry. The current president is Artur de Jesus Motheo (2017-2019), who, with the entire board of SBEE, is looking forward to work with SMEQ, ECS and the other technical cosponsors on promoting the AiMES meeting.

Asociación Colombiana de Electroquímica The Asociación Colombiana de Electroquímica (Colombian Association of Electrochemistry) is made up of professors, researchers, industry professionals, and students interested in increasing the benefits derived from advances in the science and engineering of electrochemistry. The objectives of the Colombian Association of Electrochemistry are: • To stimulate, on a national level, the research in science and engineering of electrochemistry, and to encourage the wide dissemination of the results derived from it. • To promote friendship and cooperation among scientists and engineers of electrochemistry in all regions of Colombia. • To provide an organization within which the scientists and engineers of electrochemistry can meet to exchange ideas, discuss the results of their studies, and publish their results for the common good. • To call the attention of all national government agencies in all regions of the country to the importance of providing and supporting research in the sciences and engineering of electrochemistry. • To promote the practical application of research results, in particular through the education and training of professionals and facilitating communication between specialists in electrochemistry and other disciplines. In the pursuit of these objectives, the Association organizes periodically (every two years) the Congress of the Colombian Association of Electrochemistry.

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Technical Symposia Symposium Topics, Organizers, and Sponsoring Divisions A — Batteries and Energy Storage A01 — Battery and Energy Technology Joint General Session

Symposium Topics & Organizers

M. Doeff, N. Imanishi, X. Xiao, P. Poizot, M. Manivannan, S. Narayan Battery, Energy Technology A02 — Large-Scale Energy Storage 9 Challenges in Novel Electrolytes, Organic Materials, and Innovative Chemistries for Batteries - in Honor of Michel Armand D. Guyomard, V. Di Noto, T. Rojo, M. Forsyth, P. Poizot, K. Zaghib Battery, Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry A03 — Fast Electrochemical Processes and Devices (Electrochemical Capacitors and Batteries) 2 D. Bélanger, J. W. Long, T. Brousse, A. Balducci, P. Simon, W. Sugimoto, N. Wu, H. Armando Mosqueda Battery A04 — Lithium-Ion Batteries Y. Meng, J. Allen, F. Lin, M. Inaba, G. Chen Battery A05 — Beyond Lithium-Ion Batteries B. D. McCloskey, D. Lu, J. Liu, M. Yakovleva, P. J. Kulesza Battery, Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry A06 — Electrolytes and Interfaces in Lithium Ion Batteries B. L. Lucht, R. T. Jow, J. Xiao, K. Xu Battery A07 — Battery Safety and Failure Modes T. Barrera, C. Wang, Y. Kobayashi, B. Liaw Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering A08 — Physicochemical Modelling of Novel Components and Devices for Energy Storage: from Atomistic Level to Macroscopic Processes P. B. Balbuena, J. G. Vázquez, A. A. Franco, S. J. Paddison, S. D. Minteer, R. Longo Battery, Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry B — Carbon Nanostructures and Devices B01 — Carbon Nanostructures: From Fundamental Studies to Applications

and Devices S. Rotkin, H. Imahori, O. V. Boltalina, D. E. Cliffel Nanocarbons, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

C — Corrosion Science and Technology C01 — Corrosion General Session

S. Virtanen, M. Itagaki Corrosion C02 — Pits & Pores 8: Nanomaterials – Fabrication, Properties, and Applications P. Granitzer, R. Boukherroub, D. J. Lockwood, H. Masuda, S. Virtanen CD/USB Corrosion, Luminescence and Display Materials C03 — Corrosion Protection H. N. McMurray, N. Birbilis, M. Itagaki, R. Orozco-Cruz, F. J. Rodriguez-Gomez Corrosion, SMEQ C04 — Passivity and Localized Corrosion S. Fujimoto, J. Noel, E. Tada Corrosion C05 — Electrochemical Techniques in Corrosion Research M. Itagaki, D. Chidambaram Corrosion D — Dielectric Science and Materials D01 — Semiconductors, Dielectrics, and Metals for Nanoelectronics 16

D. Misra, S. De Gendt, M. Houssa, K. Kita, D. Landheer, S. Van Elshocht, S. Dayeh CD/USB Dielectric Science and Technology, Electronics and Photonics D02 — Photovoltaics for the 21st Century 14 M. Tao, T. Druffel, J. M. Fenton, Z. Chen, V. Subramanian, J. Park, H. Hamada Dielectric Science and Technology, Energy Technology D04 — Photovoltaics for the 21st Century 14 M. Tao, T. Druffel, J. M. Fenton, Z. Chen, V. Subramanian, J. Park, H. Hamada CD/USB Dielectric Science and Technology, Energy Technology

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D06 — Surface Characterization and Manipulation for Electronic

Applications C. A. Hacker, Y. S. Obeng Dielectric Science and Technology, Electronics and Photonics

CD/USB

E — Electrochemical/Electroless Deposition E01 — Magnetic Materials Process and Devices 15

W. Schwarzacher, J. Leddy, S. R. Brankovic Electrodeposition, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry E02 — Electroless Deposition 5 S. S. Djokic, L. Magagnin Electrodeposition E03 — Electrodeposition for Energy Application 4 N. Vasiljevic, S. Brankovic, K. Xu Electrodeposition, Battery, Energy Technology E04 — Electroplating of Reactive Metals and Alloys for Energy Storage P. M. Vereecken, D. A. Steingart Electrodeposition, Battery, Energy Technology E05 — Electrodeposition for Additive Manufacturing Q. Huang, M. Inman, T. M. Braun Electrodeposition, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering F — Electrochemical Engineering F01 — Electrochemical Engineering General Session

J. A. Staser, V. R. Subramanian, D. P. Riemer CD/USB Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering F02 — Electrochemical Separations 2 H. Xu, J. Whitacre, A. H. Suroviec Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry F03 — Electrochemical Treatment of Contaminated Water, Soil, and Air: State of the Art and Trends in Research and Technology of Environmentally Oriented Electrochemical Approaches J. M. Peralta-Hernández, P. Atanassov Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, SMEQ F04 — Characterization of Electrochemical Reactors: Fluid Dynamics and Current Distribution J. A. Staser, J. L. Nava Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Energy CD/USB Technology, SMEQ G — Electronic Materials and Processing G01 — Semiconductor Wafer Bonding: Science, Technology, and

Applications 15 C. Tan, T. Suga, H. Baumgart, F. Fournel, M. S. Goorsky, K. D. Hobart, R. Knechtel CD/USB Electronics and Photonics G02 — Atomic Layer Deposition Applications 14 F. Roozeboom, S. De Gendt, J. Dendooven, J. W. Elam, O. van der Straten, C. Liu, A. Illiberi CD/USB Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology G03 — SiGe, Ge, and Related Compounds: Materials, Processing, and Devices 8 D. L. Harame, Q. Liu CD/USB Electronics and Photonics G04 — Thermoelectric and Thermal Interface Materials 4 C. O’Dwyer, J. He, K. M. Razeeb, R. Chen, J. Lee, S. Calabrese Barton, Y. Wu G05 — Materials, Formulation, and Processes for Semiconductor, 2.5 and 3D Chip Packaging, and High Density Interconnection PCB W. Dow, G. Mathad, K. Kondo, M. Hayase, M. Koyanagi, F. Roozeboom, R. Akolkar, S. Armini, Y. Takeno, L. Wei CD/USB Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology H — Electronic and Photonic Devices and Systems H01 — H01 – State-of-the-Art Program on Compound Semiconductors 61

(SOTAPOCS 61) T. J. Anderson, J. K. Hite, E. A. Douglas, S. H. Kilgore, C. O’Dwyer CD/USB Electronics and Photonics

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Technical Symposia H02 — High Purity and High Mobility Semiconductors 15

E. Simoen, O. Kononchuk, O. Nakatsuka, C. Claeys CD/USB Electronics and Photonics H03 — Thin Film Transistor Technologies 14 (TFTT 14) Y. Kuo CD/USB Electronics and Photonics H04 — Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Electronic and Photonic Devices 11 Y. Chueh, C. O’Dwyer, J. He, M. Suzuki, S. Jin, S. Kim, J. C. Ho, Z. Fan, Q. Li, G. W. Hunter, K. Takei, J. Wu CD/USB Electronics and Photonics H05 — Gallium Nitride and Silicon Carbide Power Technologies 8 M. Dudley, M. Bakowski, K. Shenai, N. Ohtani, B. Raghothamachar CD/USB Electronics and Photonics H06 — Fundamentals and Applications of Microfluidic and Nanofluidic Devices 4 S. W. Joo, X. Xuan, S. Qian, H. Baumgart, P. Vanýsek Electronics and Photonics, Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry H07 — Electronic, Thermal, and Electrochemical Properties of Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs): Technology, Applications, and Emerging Devices 1 E. Redel, H. Baumgart, G. Wittstock, C. Wöll, J. Liu, H. Kitagawa, M. D. Allendorf Electronics and Photonics, Energy Technology, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

Diagnostics/Characterization Methods, MEA Design/Model F. N. Büchi, H. A. Gasteiger, A. Z. Weber, P. Shirvanian Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

CD/USB

I01B— Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) -

Cells, Stacks and Systems K. Swider-Lyons, J. M. Fenton, T. F. Fuller, K. Shinohara Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry CD/USB

I01C— Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) -

Cation-Exchange Membrane Performance and Durability P. N. Pintauro Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry CD/USB

I01D— Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) -

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

CD/USB

I01E— Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) -

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

CD/USB

I01F— Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) -

Polymer-Electrolyte Electrolysis B. S. Pivovar, K. E. Ayers, H. Xu Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

CD/USB

I01Z— Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) -

Plenary Talks D. Jones, H. A. Gasteiger, H. Uchida, T. J. Schmidt, F. N. Büchi, K. Swider-Lyons, B. S. Pivovar, P. N. Pintauro, V. Ramani, J. M. Fenton, P. Strasser, K. E. Ayers, A. Z. Weber, T. F. Fuller, R. A. Mantz, H. Xu, C. Coutanceau, S. Mitsushima, S. Narayan, P. Shirvanian, Y. Kim, Y. Gochi-Ponce Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

CD/USB

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Solid State Ionic Devices 12 E. Traversa, C. R. Kreller, J. Nanda High-Temperature Energy, Materials, & Processes, Battery, Energy Technology

J — Luminescence and Display Materials, Devices, and Processing J01 — Luminescence and Display Materials: Fundamentals and

Applications M. Brik, M. Raukas, M. Bettinelli, A. M. Srivastava Luminescence and Display Materials J02 — Visible and Infrared Phosphor Research and Applications K. C. Mishra, J. Collins, A. A. Setlur, A. Piquette Luminescence and Display Materials

K — Organic and Bioelectrochemistry K02 — Electron Transfer Activation in Organic and Bioorganic Systems:

From Unraveling Electrode Mechanisms to Directing Synthesis of High-Value Products D. K. Smith, M. Bayachou, G. T. Cheek, A. H. Suroviec, M. T. Oropeza-Guzman Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, SMEQ

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

Photoelectrochemistry General Session A. H. Suroviec, A. C. Hillier, M. Stoytcheva Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, SMEQ L02 — Molten Salts and Ionic Liquids 21 W. M. Reichert, R. A. Mantz, P. C. Trulove, L. M. Haverhals, E. Biddinger, H. C. De Long, A. H. Suroviec, M. Mizuhata, M. Ueda, A. Ispas, A. Bund Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Energy Technology, Industrial CD/USB Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering L04 — Photocatalysts, Photoelectrochemical Cells, and Solar Fuels 9 N. Wu, P. J. Kulesza, J. Lee, E. L. Miller, V. Subramanian, T. Tatsuma, H. Wang, M. Manivannan Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Energy Technology L05 — Electroactive and Redox Active Polymers 2 J. Jiang, A. M. Herring, A. H. Suroviec, S. D. Minteer, N. Wu, D. Zhan Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Energy Technology M — Sensors M01— Chemical Sensors 14: Chemical and Biological Sensors and

Analytical Systems A. Simonian, R. Stefan-van Staden, P. Vanysek, S. Mitra, M. Bayachou, R. Mukundan, P. Chen, A. H. Suroviec Sensor, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Physical and CD/USB Analytical Electrochemistry M02— Wearable Sensors and Systems 1 -and- Microfabricated and Nanofabricated Systems for MEMS/NEMS 14 A. Khosla, S. A. Akbar, J. E. Koehne, P. Hesketh, M. Navaei, P. K. Sekhar, D. Kim, J. Choi, S. D. Minteer, P. Vanýsek, P. C. Trulove, R. Pratap Sensor, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Physical and CD/USB Analytical Electrochemistry Z — General Topics Z01 — General Student Poster Session

V. R. Subramanian, K. B. Sundaram, V. Chaitanya, P. Pharkya, A. H. Suroviec, R. Galván-Martínez All Divisions, SMEQ Z02 — Nanotechnology General Session O. Leonte, Z. Chen, C. Bock, J. E. Koehne All Divisions, Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee Z03 — Electrochemical Energy Summit: Sustainable and Responsible Supply of Energy Storage Materials, Components, and Devices C. Bock, M. Doeff, L. A. Diaz All Divisions, Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee

Symposia publishing an issue of ECS Transactions are indicated with a CD/USB . These issues are available for purchase in CD or USB format. All preordered CD or USB editions must be picked up at the meeting. Issues of ECST are also available for purchase as an instant PDF download through the ECS Online Store www.electrochem.org/online-store 41

Symposium Topics & Organizers

I — Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers, and Energy Conversion I01A— Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) -

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AiMES 2018 Meeting Cancun, Mexico Sunday, September 30 Code

Symposium

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Monday, October 1

PM

AM

PM

A01

Battery and Energy Technology Joint General Session M. Doeff, N. Imanishi, X. Xiao, P. Poizot, M. Manivannan, S. Narayan Battery, Energy Technology

Abst 1-13 Sunrise, Galactic 1, 2nd Floor

Abst 14-19 Sunrise, Galactic 1, 2nd Floor

A02

Challenges in Novel Electrolytes, Organic Materials, and Innovative Chemistries for Batteries - in Honor of Michel Armand D. Guyomard, V. Di Noto, T. Rojo, M. Forsyth, P. Poizot, K. Zaghib Battery, Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

Abst 83-87 Sunrise, Galactic 2, 2nd Floor

Abst 88-90 Sunrise, Galactic 2, 2nd Floor

A03

Fast Electrochemical Processes and Devices (Electrochemical Capacitors and Batteries) 2 D. BĂŠlanger, J. W. Long, T. Brousse, A. Balducci, P. Simon, W. Sugimoto, N. Wu, H. Armando Mosqueda Battery

Abst 127-129 Abst 130-132 Abst 133-135 Sunrise, Galactic 4, 2nd Floor

Abst 136-138 Abst 139-141 Sunrise, Galactic 4, 2nd Floor Posters 142-155 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

A04

Lithium-Ion Batteries Y. Meng, J. Allen, F. Lin, M. Inaba, G. Chen Battery

Abst 173-184 Sunrise, Galactic 8, 2nd Floor

Abst 185-195 Sunrise, Galactic 8, 2nd Floor

Abst 196-202 Sunrise, Galactic 8, 2nd Floor

A05

Beyond Lithium-Ion Batteries B. D. McCloskey, D. Lu, J. Liu, M. Yakovleva, P. J. Kulesza Battery, Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

Abst 301-310 Sunrise, Galactic 7, 2nd Floor

Abst 311-321 Sunrise, Galactic 7, 2nd Floor

Abst 322-327 Sunrise, Galactic 7, 2nd Floor Posters 328-364 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

A06

Electrolytes and Interfaces in Lithium Ion Batteries B. L. Lucht, R. T. Jow, J. Xiao, K. Xu Battery

A07

Battery Safety and Failure Modes T. Barrera, C. Wang, Y. Kobayashi, B. Liaw Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

Abst 472-478 Sunrise, Galactic 5, 2nd Floor

Abst 479-483 Sunrise, Galactic 5, 2nd Floor Posters 484-485 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

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September 30-October 4, 2018 Tuesday, October 2

Wednesday, October 3

Thursday, October 4

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PM

AM

PM

Abst 20-30 Sunrise, Galactic 1, 2nd Floor

Abst 31-35 Awards 36-38 Sunrise, Galactic 1, 2nd Floor

Abst 39-49 Sunrise, Galactic 1, 2nd Floor

Awards 50-53 Abst 54-59 Sunrise, Galactic 1, 2nd Floor Posters 60-82 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 91-93 Abst 94-99 Sunrise, Galactic 2, 2nd Floor

Abst 100-102 Abst 103-106 Sunrise, Galactic 2, 2nd Floor Posters 107-111 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 112-115 Abst 116-122 Sunrise, Galactic 2, 2nd Floor

Abst 123-126 Sunrise, Galactic 2, 2nd Floor

Abst 156-164 Sunrise, Galactic 4, 2nd Floor

Abst 165-172 Sunrise, Galactic 4, 2nd Floor

Abst 203-213 Sunrise, Galactic 8, 2nd Floor

Abst 214-225 Sunrise, Galactic 8, 2nd Floor

Abst 226-236 Sunrise, Galactic 8, 2nd Floor

Abst 237-247 Abst 278-288 Abst 289-300 Sunrise, Galactic 8, Sunrise, Galactic 8, Sunrise, Galactic 8, 2nd Floor 2nd Floor 2nd Floor Posters 249-277 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 365-374 Sunrise, Galactic 7, 2nd Floor

Abst 375-382 Sunrise, Galactic 7, 2nd Floor

Abst 383-393 Sunrise, Galactic 7, 2nd Floor

Abst 394-401 Abst 402-413 Abst 414-418 Sunrise, Galactic 7, Sunrise, Galactic 7, Sunrise, Galactic 7, 2nd Floor 2nd Floor 2nd Floor

Abst 419-427 Sunrise, Galactic 4, 2nd Floor

Abst 428-438 Abst 451-460 Abst 461-471 Sunrise, Galactic 4, Sunrise, Galactic 4, Sunrise, Galactic 4, 2nd Floor 2nd Floor 2nd Floor Posters 439-450 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 486-493 Sunrise, Galactic 5, 2nd Floor

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PM

Abst 494-497 Sunrise, Galactic 5, 2nd Floor

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AiMES 2018 Meeting Cancun, Mexico Sunday, September 30 Code

Symposium

A08

Physicochemical Modelling of Novel Components and Devices for Energy Storage: from Atomistic Level to Macroscopic Processes P. B. Balbuena, J. G. VĂĄzquez, A. A. Franco, S. J. Paddison, S. D. Minteer, R. Longo Battery, Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

B01

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

C01

Corrosion General Session S. Virtanen, M. Itagaki Corrosion

C02

Pits & Pores 8: Nanomaterials – Fabrication, Properties, and Applications P. Granitzer, R. Boukherroub, D. J. Lockwood, H. Masuda, S. Virtanen Corrosion, Luminescence and Display Materials

C03

Corrosion Protection H. N. McMurray, N. Birbilis, M. Itagaki, R. Orozco-Cruz, F. J. Rodriguez-Gomez Corrosion, SMEQ

C04

Passivity and Localized Corrosion S. Fujimoto, J. Noel, E. Tada Corrosion

C05

Electrochemical Techniques in Corrosion Research M. Itagaki, D. Chidambaram Corrosion

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Monday, October 1 AM

PM

Abst 532-538 Expo, Universal 4, 1st Floor

Abst 590-591 Abst 592-595 Expo, Universal 2, 1st Floor

Abst 596-599 Abst 600-602 Expo, Universal 2, 1st Floor

Abst 653-657 Abst 658-662 Expo, Universal 5, 1st Floor

Abst 663-666 Expo, Universal 5, 1st Floor

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September 30-October 4, 2018 Tuesday, October 2

Wednesday, October 3

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PM

AM

PM

Abst 498-501 Abst 502-507 Sunrise, Mars 1/2/3/4, 2nd Floor

Abst 508-513 Sunrise, Mars 1/2/3/4, 2nd Floor

Abst 514-517 Abst 518-522 Sunrise, Mars 1/2/3/4, 2nd Floor

Abst 523-526 Sunrise, Mars 1/2/3/4, 2nd Floor Posters 527-531 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 539-545 Abst 546-549 Expo, Universal 4, 1st Floor

Abst 550-554 Expo, Universal 4, 1st Floor Posters 555-565 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 566-575 Expo, Universal 1, 1st Floor

Award 576 Award 577 Abst 578-582 Expo, Universal 1, 1st Floor

Thursday, October 4 AM

PM

Abst 640-642 Abst 643-645 Expo, Universal 1, 1st Floor

Abst 646-652 Expo, Universal 1, 1st Floor

Posters 583-589 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 603-607 Abst 608-612 Abst 613-616 Abst 617-619 Expo, Universal 2, 1st Floor Posters 620-621 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor Abst 622-630 Expo, Universal 1, 1st Floor

Abst 631-636 Expo, Universal 1, 1st Floor Posters 637-638 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 667-674 Expo, Universal 2, 1st Floor

Abst 675-680 Expo, Universal 2, 1st Floor Posters 681-684 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

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AiMES 2018 Meeting Cancun, Mexico Sunday, September 30 Code

Symposium

D01

Semiconductors, Dielectrics, and Metals for Nanoelectronics 16 D. Misra, S. De Gendt, M. Houssa, K. Kita, D. Landheer, S. Van Elshocht, S. Dayeh Dielectric Science and Technology, Electronics and Photonics

D02

Photovoltaics for the 21st Century 14 M. Tao, T. Druffel, J. M. Fenton, Z. Chen, V. Subramanian, J. Park, H. Hamada Dielectric Science and Technology, Energy Technology

D04

Photovoltaics for the 21st Century 14 M. Tao, T. Druffel, J. M. Fenton, Z. Chen, V. Subramanian, J. Park, H. Hamada Dielectric Science and Technology, Energy Technology

D06

Surface Characterization and Manipulation for Electronic Applications C. A. Hacker, Y. S. Obeng Dielectric Science and Technology, Electronics and Photonics

E01

Magnetic Materials Process and Devices 15 W. Schwarzacher, J. Leddy, S. R. Brankovic Electrodeposition, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

E02

Electroless Deposition 5 S. S. Djokić, L. Magagnin Electrodeposition

E03

Electrodeposition for Energy Application 4 N. Vasiljevic, S. Brankovic, K. Xu Electrodeposition, Battery, Energy Technology

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Monday, October 1

PM

Abst 756-762 Expo, Universal 12, 1st Floor

AM

PM

Abst 685-689 Abst 690-692 Expo, Universal 7, 1st Floor

Abst 693-698 Expo, Universal 7, 1st Floor Posters 699-702 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 763-768 Expo, Universal 12, 1st Floor

Poster 769 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 795-802 Expo, Universal 8, 1st Floor

Abst 803-807 Expo, Universal 8, 1st Floor

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


September 30-October 4, 2018 Tuesday, October 2 AM

PM

Abst 703-709 Expo, Universal 7, 1st Floor

Abst 710-715 Abst 716-718 Expo, Universal 7, 1st Floor

Abst 719-721 Abst 722-724 Expo, Universal 12, 1st Floor

Abst 725-727 Abst 728-730 Expo, Universal 12, 1st Floor Poster 731 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 770-777 Expo, Universal 10, 1st Floor

Abst 808-816 Expo, Universal 8, 1st Floor

Wednesday, October 3

Thursday, October 4

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PM

AM

Abst 732-734 Abst 735-738 Expo, Universal 7, 1st Floor

Abst 739-742 Expo, Universal 7, 1st Floor Posters 743-746 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 747-751 Abst 752-755 Expo, Universal 7, 1st Floor

Abst 783-792 Expo, Universal 10, 1st Floor

Posters 793-794 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

PM

Abst 778-782 Expo, Universal 10, 1st Floor

Abst 817-823 Award 824 Expo, Universal 8, 1st Floor

Awards 825-826 Abst 827-829 Expo, Universal 8, 1st Floor Posters 830-833 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

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AiMES 2018 Meeting Cancun, Mexico Sunday, September 30 Code

Symposium

E04

Electroplating of Reactive Metals and Alloys for Energy Storage P. M. Vereecken, D. A. Steingart Electrodeposition, Battery, Energy Technology

E05

Electrodeposition for Additive Manufacturing Q. Huang, M. Inman, T. M. Braun Electrodeposition, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

F01

Electrochemical Engineering General Session J. A. Staser, V. R. Subramanian, D. P. Riemer Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

F02

Electrochemical Separations 2 H. Xu, J. Whitacre, A. H. Suroviec Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

F03

Electrochemical Treatment of Contaminated Water, Soil, and Air: State of the Art and Trends in Research and Technology of Environmentally Oriented Electrochemical Approaches J. M. Peralta-Hernรกndez, P. Atanassov Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, SMEQ

F04

Characterization of Electrochemical Reactors: Fluid Dynamics and Current Distribution J. A. Staser, J. L. Nava Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Energy Technology, SMEQ

G01

Semiconductor Wafer Bonding: Science, Technology, and Applications 15 C. Tan, T. Suga, H. Baumgart, F. Fournel, M. S. Goorsky, K. D. Hobart, R. Knechtel Electronics and Photonics

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Monday, October 1 AM

PM

Abst 858-868 Expo, Universal 3, 1st Floor

Abst 869-875 Expo, Universal 3, 1st Floor Posters 876-884 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 940-943 Abst 948-952 Abst 944-947 Expo, Universal 14, Expo, Universal 14, 1st Floor 1st Floor

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


September 30-October 4, 2018 Tuesday, October 2 AM

Wednesday, October 3

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Thursday, October 4 AM

PM

Abst 834-836 Abst 837-839 Abst 840-842 Expo, Universal 8, 1st Floor Posters 843-845 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor Abst 846-857 Expo, Universal 10, 1st Floor

Abst 885-893 Expo, Universal 3, 1st Floor

Posters 894-896 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 897-902 Abst 903-908 Expo, Universal 3, 1st Floor

Abst 909-915 Abst 916-920 Expo, Universal 3, 1st Floor Posters 921-927 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 967-971 Abst 972-975 Expo, Universal 14, 1st Floor

Abst 976-980 Expo, Universal 14, 1st Floor

Abst 928-936 Expo, Universal 3, 1st Floor Posters 937-939 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor Abst 953-957 Abst 958-961 Expo, Universal 14, 1st Floor

Abst 962-966 Expo, Universal 14, 1st Floor

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AiMES 2018 Meeting Cancun, Mexico Sunday, September 30 Code

Symposium

G02

Atomic Layer Deposition Applications 14 F. Roozeboom, S. De Gendt, J. Dendooven, J. W. Elam, O. van der Straten, C. Liu, A. Illiberi Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology

G03

SiGe, Ge, and Related Compounds: Materials, Processing, and Devices 8 D. L. Harame, Q. Liu Electronics and Photonics

G04

Thermoelectric and Thermal Interface Materials 4 C. O’Dwyer, J. He, K. M. Razeeb, R. Chen, J. Lee, S. Calabrese Barton, Y. Wu Electronics and Photonics, Energy Technology

G05

Materials, Formulation, and Processes for Semiconductor, 2.5 and 3D Chip Packaging, and High Density Interconnection PCB W. Dow, G. Mathad, K. Kondo, M. Hayase, M. Koyanagi, F. Roozeboom, R. Akolkar, S. Armini, Y. Takeno, L. Wei Electronics and Photonics, Dielectric Science and Technology

Abst 1111-1114 Abst 1118-1122 Abst 1115-1117 Expo, Universal 15, Expo, Universal 15, 1st Floor 1st Floor

H01

State-of-the-Art Program on Compound Semiconductors 61 (SOTAPOCS 61) T. J. Anderson, J. K. Hite, E. A. Douglas, S. H. Kilgore, C. O’Dwyer Electronics and Photonics

Abst 1153-1158 Abst 1159-1162 Expo, Universal 24, Expo, Universal 24, 1st Floor 1st Floor

H02

High Purity and High Mobility Semiconductors 15 E. Simoen, O. Kononchuk, O. Nakatsuka, C. Claeys Electronics and Photonics

H03

Thin Film Transistor Technologies 14 (TFTT 14) Y. Kuo Electronics and Photonics

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Abst 981 Abst 987 Abst 982-986 Abst 988-990 Expo, Universal 16, Abst 991 1st Floor Expo, Universal 16, 1st Floor

Abst 1005-1008 Abst 1009-1012 Expo, Universal 13, 1st Floor

Abst 1013-1016 Abst 1017-1020 Expo, Universal 13, 1st Floor

Abst 1021-1024 Abst 1027-1029 Abst 1025-1026 Abst 1030-1032 Expo, Universal 13, Expo, Universal 13, 1st Floor 1st Floor Posters 1033-1041 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 1194-1200 Expo, Universal 6, 1st Floor

Abst 1201-1204 Expo, Universal 6, 1st Floor

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Abst 992 Abst 993-994 Abst 995-998 Expo, Universal 16, 1st Floor

Abst 999-1001 Abst 1002-1004 Expo, Universal 16, 1st Floor

Abst 1042-1045 Abst 1046-1049 Expo, Universal 13, 1st Floor

Abst 1050-1053 Abst 1054-1057 Expo, Universal 13, 1st Floor

Abst 1123-1132 Expo, Universal 15, 1st Floor

Abst 1133-1142 Expo, Universal 15, 1st Floor Posters 11431145 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 1163-1166 Expo, Universal 24, 1st Floor

Abst 1167-1170 Abst 1171-1172 Expo, Universal 24, 1st Floor

Abst 1205-1207 Abst 1208-1211 Expo, Universal 6, 1st Floor

Abst 1212-1214 Abst 1215-1217 Expo, Universal 6, 1st Floor

Wednesday, October 3 AM

PM

Thursday, October 4 AM

PM

Abst 1058-1061 Abst 1062-1066 Expo, Universal 13, 1st Floor

Abst 1067-1070 Abst 1075-1078 Abst 1083-1086 Abst 1071-1074 Abst 1079-1082 Abst 1087-1091 Expo, Universal 13, Expo, Universal 13, Expo, Universal 13, 1st Floor 1st Floor 1st Floor

Abst 1092-1094 Abst 1095-1100 Expo, Universal 16, 1st Floor

Abst 1101-1107 Expo, Universal 16, 1st Floor Posters 1108-1110 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 1146-1152 Expo, Universal 15, 1st Floor

Abst 1173-1174 Abst 1175-1179 Expo, Universal 24, 1st Floor

Abst 1180-1184 Abst 1185-1190 Abst 1191-1193 Expo, Universal 24, Expo, Universal 24, Expo, Universal 24, 1st Floor 1st Floor 1st Floor

Abst 1218-1221 Expo, Universal 6, 1st Floor

Abst 1222-1227 Expo, Universal 6, 1st Floor Posters 1228-1235 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

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AiMES 2018 Meeting Cancun, Mexico Sunday, September 30 Code

Symposium

H04

Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Electronic and Photonic Devices 11 Y. Chueh, C. O’Dwyer, J. He, M. Suzuki, S. Jin, S. Kim, J. C. Ho, Z. Fan, Q. Li, G. W. Hunter, K. Takei, J. Wu Electronics and Photonics

H05

Gallium Nitride and Silicon Carbide Power Technologies 8 M. Dudley, M. Bakowski, K. Shenai, N. Ohtani, B. Raghothamachar Electronics and Photonics

H06

Fundamentals and Applications of Microfluidic and Nanofluidic Devices 4 S. W. Joo, X. Xuan, S. Qian, H. Baumgart, P. Vanýsek Electronics and Photonics, Energy Technology, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

H07

Electronic, Thermal, and Electrochemical Properties of Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs): Technology, Applications, and Emerging Devices 1 E. Redel, H. Baumgart, G. Wittstock, C. Wöll, J. Liu, H. Kitagawa, M. D. Allendorf Electronics and Photonics, Energy Technology, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

I01A

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Diagnostics/ Characterization Methods, MEA Design/Model F. N. Büchi, H. A. Gasteiger, A. Z. Weber, P. Shirvanian Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

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Award 1236 Abst 1242-1246 Abst 1237-1241 Expo, Universal 20, Expo, Universal 20, 1st Floor 1st Floor

Abst 1296-1299 Abst 1300-1304 Expo, Universal 24, 1st Floor

Abst 1305-1308 Expo, Universal 24, 1st Floor

Abst 1350-1360 Sunrise, Star 1, 2nd Floor

Posters 1361-1367 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

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Wednesday, October 3

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AM

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Abst 1247-1250 Abst 1251-1254 Expo, Universal 20, 1st Floor

Abst 1255-1259 Abst 1260-1263 Expo, Universal 20, 1st Floor Posters 12641266 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 1267-1271 Abst 1272-1275 Expo, Universal 20, 1st Floor

Abst 1276-1281 Expo, Universal 5, 1st Floor

Abst 1282-1286 Expo, Universal 5, 1st Floor

Abst 1287-1292 Expo, Universal 5, 1st Floor

Abst 1293-1295 Expo, Universal 5, 1st Floor

Thursday, October 4 AM

PM

Abst 1400-1407 Sunrise, Star 1, 2nd Floor

Abst 1408-1414 Sunrise, Star 1, 2nd Floor

Posters 13091310 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 1311-1314 Expo, Universal 19, 1st Floor

Abst 1315-1322 Expo, Universal 19, 1st Floor Posters 13231334 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 1335-1341 Expo, Universal 19, 1st Floor

Abst 1342-1349 Expo, Universal 19, 1st Floor

Abst 1368-1375 Sunrise, Star 1, 2nd Floor

Abst 1376-1381 Sunrise, Star 1, 2nd Floor

Abst 1382-1390, 2178 Sunrise, Star 1, 2nd Floor

Abst 1391-1399 Sunrise, Star 1, 2nd Floor

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AiMES 2018 Meeting Cancun, Mexico Sunday, September 30 Code

Symposium

I01B

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Cells, Stacks and Systems K. Swider-Lyons, J. M. Fenton, T. F. Fuller, K. Shinohara Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

I01C

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Cation-Exchange Membrane Performance and Durability P. N. Pintauro Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

I01D

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Catalyst Activity/Durability for Hydrogen(-Reformate) Acidic Fuel Cells H. Uchida, P. Strasser, C. Coutanceau, S. Mitsushima, Y. Kim Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

I01E

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Materials for Alkaline Fuel Cells and Direct-Fuel Fuel Cells T. J. Schmidt, R. A. Mantz, S. Narayan, V. Ramani Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

I01F

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&EÂ 18) - PolymerElectrolyte Electrolysis B. S. Pivovar, K. E. Ayers, H. Xu Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

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Monday, October 1

AM

PM

AM

Abst 1415-1422 Sunrise, Star 7, 2nd Floor

Abst 1423-1426 Abst 1427-1432 Sunrise, Star 7, 2nd Floor

PM Poster 1433 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Posters 1443-1446 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 1469-1474 Sunrise, Star 2, 2nd Floor

Abst 1475-1479 Sunrise, Star 2, 2nd Floor

Posters 1480-1492 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 1543-1546 Abst 1547-1551 Sunrise, Star 4/5, 2nd Floor

Posters 1552-1565 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Posters 1588-1594 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

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Wednesday, October 3

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Abst 1447-1453 Sunrise, Star 7, 2nd Floor

Abst 1454-1460 Sunrise, Star 7, 2nd Floor

Abst 1461-1468 Sunrise, Star 7, 2nd Floor

Abst 1493-1502 Sunrise, Star 2, 2nd Floor

Abst 1503-1512 Sunrise, Star 2, 2nd Floor

Abst 1513-1522 Sunrise, Star 2, 2nd Floor

Abst 1523-1532 Sunrise, Star 2, 2nd Floor

Abst 1566-1569 Abst 1570-1575 Sunrise, Star 4/5, 2nd Floor

Abst 1576-1579 Sunrise, Star 4/5, 2nd Floor

Abst 1580-1583 Abst 1584-1587 Sunrise, Star 4/5, 2nd Floor

Abst 1595-1602 Sunrise, Star 8, 2nd Floor

Abst 1603-1610 Sunrise, Star 8, 2nd Floor

Abst 1611-1621 Sunrise, Star 8, 2nd Floor

Thursday, October 4 AM

PM

Abst 1434-1442 Sunrise, Star 7, 2nd Floor

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Abst 1533-1542 Sunrise, Star 2, 2nd Floor

Abst 1622-1629 Sunrise, Star 8, 2nd Floor

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AiMES 2018 Meeting Cancun, Mexico Sunday, September 30 Code

Symposium

I01Z

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Plenary Talks D. Jones, H. A. Gasteiger, H. Uchida, T. J. Schmidt, F. N. BĂźchi, K. Swider-Lyons, B. S. Pivovar, P. N. Pintauro, V. Ramani, J. M. Fenton, P. Strasser, K. E. Ayers, A. Z. Weber, T. F. Fuller, R. A. Mantz, H. Xu, C. Coutanceau, S. Mitsushima, S. Narayan, P. Shirvanian, Y. Kim, Y. Gochi-Ponce Energy Technology, Battery, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

I02

Solid State Ionic Devices 12 E. Traversa, C. R. Kreller, J. Nanda High-Temperature Energy, Materials, & Processes , Battery, Energy Technology

Abst 1638-1641 Abst 1642-1645 Expo, Universal 22, Expo, Universal 22, 1st Floor 1st Floor

J01

Luminescence and Display Materials: Fundamentals and Applications M. Brik, M. Raukas, M. Bettinelli, A. M. Srivastava Luminescence and Display Materials

Abst 1693-1696 Abst 1697-1702 Expo, Universal 11, 1st Floor Posters 1703-1709 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

J02

Visible and Infrared Phosphor Research and Applications K. C. Mishra, J. Collins, A. A. Setlur, A. Piquette Luminescence and Display Materials

K02

Electron Transfer Activation in Organic and Bioorganic Systems: From Unraveling Electrode Mechanisms to Directing Synthesis of High-Value Products D. K. Smith, M. Bayachou, G. T. Cheek, A. H. Suroviec, M. T. Oropeza-Guzman Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, SMEQ

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Monday, October 1

PM

AM

PM

Abst 1630-1634 Sunrise, Star 3/4/5/6, 2nd Floor

Abst 1635-1637 Sunrise, Star 3/4/5/6, 2nd Floor

Abst 1716-1719 Expo, Universal 11, 1st Floor

Abst 1733-1738 Expo, Universal 10, 1st Floor

Abst 1739-1749 Abst 1750-1756 Expo, Universal 10, Expo, Universal 10, 1st Floor 1st Floor Posters 1757-1759 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

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Wednesday, October 3

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PM

AM

Abst 1646-1650 Abst 1651-1654 Expo, Universal 22, 1st Floor

Abst 1655-1661 Expo, Universal 22, 1st Floor Posters 16621669 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 1670-1677 Expo, Universal 22, 1st Floor

Abst 1720-1725 Expo, Universal 11, 1st Floor

Abst 1726-1732 Expo, Universal 11, 1st Floor

PM

Thursday, October 4 AM

PM

Award 1678 Abst 1684-1687 Abst 1679-1683 Abst 1688-1692 Expo, Universal 22, Expo, Universal 22, 1st Floor 1st Floor

Abst 1710-1714 Award 1715 Expo, Universal 11, 1st Floor

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AiMES 2018 Meeting Cancun, Mexico Sunday, September 30 Code Symposium L01 Physical and Analytical

AM

Monday, October 1

PM

AM

Abst 1760-1768 Abst 1769-1771 Expo, Universal 18, Award 1772 1st Floor Expo, Universal 18, 1st Floor

Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry General Session A. H. Suroviec, A. C. Hillier, M. Stoytcheva Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, SMEQ

L02

Molten Salts and Ionic Liquids 21 W. M. Reichert, R. A. Mantz, P. C. Trulove, L. M. Haverhals, E. Biddinger, H. C. De Long, A. H. Suroviec, M. Mizuhata, M. Ueda, A. Ispas, A. Bund Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Energy Technology, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

L04

Photocatalysts, Photoelectrochemical Cells, and Solar Fuels 9 N. Wu, P. J. Kulesza, J. Lee, E. L. Miller, V. Subramanian, T. Tatsuma, H. Wang, M. Manivannan Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Energy Technology

L05

Electroactive and Redox Active Polymers 2 J. Jiang, A. M. Herring, A. H. Suroviec, S. D. Minteer, N. Wu, D. Zhan Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Energy Technology

M01 Chemical Sensors 14: Chemical and Biological Sensors and Analytical Systems A. Simonian, R. Stefan-van Staden, P. Vanysek, S. Mitra, M. Bayachou, R. Mukundan, P. Chen, A. H. Suroviec Sensor, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

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Abst 1812-1816 Expo, Universal 9, 1st Floor

Abst 1817-1823 Expo, Universal 9, 1st Floor

Abst 1824-1828 Expo, Universal 9, 1st Floor

Abst 1889-1896 Abst 1898-1902 Abst 2179 Expo, Universal 21, Expo, Universal 21, 1st Floor 1st Floor

Award 1982 Abst 1994-2000 Abst 1983-1993 Expo, Universal 17, Expo, Universal 17, 1st Floor 1st Floor

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September 30-October 4, 2018 Tuesday, October 2

Wednesday, October 3

Thursday, October 4

AM

PM

AM

PM

Abst 1773-1781 Expo, Universal 18, 1st Floor

Abst 1782-1788 Expo, Universal 18, 1st Floor

Abst 1789-1801 Expo, Universal 18, 1st Floor

Posters 1802-1811 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 1829-1835 Expo, Universal 9, 1st Floor

Abst 1836-1839 Expo, Universal 9, 1st Floor Posters 18401861 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 1862-1867 Expo, Universal 9, 1st Floor

Abst 1868-1874 Expo, Universal 9, 1st Floor Award 1875 Sunrise, Saturn 1/2/3, 2nd Floor

Abst 1903-1913 Expo, Universal 21, 1st Floor

Abst 1914-1918 Abst 1919-1924 Expo, Universal 21, 1st Floor

Abst 1925-1926 Abst 1927-1931 Expo, Universal 21, 1st Floor

Abst 1932-1938 Abst 1955-1965 Abst 1939-1942 Expo, Universal 21, Expo, Universal 21, 1st Floor 1st Floor Posters 1943-1954 Poster 2180 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 1966-1973 Expo, Universal 12, 1st Floor

Abst 1974-1979 Expo, Universal 12, 1st Floor Posters 1980-1981 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 2001-2013 Expo, Universal 17, 1st Floor

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Abst 1876-1882 Expo, Universal 9, 1st Floor

Abst 1883-1885 Abst 1886-1888 Expo, Universal 9, 1st Floor

Posters 20142023 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

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AiMES 2018 Meeting Cancun, Mexico Sunday, September 30 Code Symposium M02 Wearable Sensors and Systems

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1 -and- Microfabricated and Nanofabricated Systems for MEMS/NEMS 14 A. Khosla, S. A. Akbar, J. E. Koehne, P. Hesketh, M. Navaei, P. K. Sekhar, D. Kim, J. Choi, S. D. Minteer, P. Vanýsek, P. C. Trulove, R. Pratap Sensor, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

Z01

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

Z02

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

Z03

Electrochemical Energy Summit: Sustainable and Responsible Supply of Energy Storage Materials, Components, and Devices C. Bock, M. Doeff, L. A. Diaz All Divisions, Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee

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Abst 2166-2172 Sunrise, Galactic 4, 2nd Floor Posters 2173-2177 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

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September 30-October 4, 2018 Tuesday, October 2 AM

Wednesday, October 3

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Abst 2024-2029 Expo, Universal 17, 1st Floor Posters 20302036 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Abst 2037-2042 Expo, Universal 17, 1st Floor

Abst 2043-2051 Expo, Universal 17, 1st Floor

Abst 2135-2141 Expo, Universal 4, 1st Floor

Abst 2142-2149 Expo, Universal 4, 1st Floor Posters 2150-2165 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Thursday, October 4 AM

PM

Posters 20522134 Expo, Universal Ballroom, 2nd Floor

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Sunday, September 30

Technical Sessions Sunday, September 30

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Highlight 1300h ��������� Electrochemical Energy Summit (Z03), Galactic 4, Sunrise Center 1900h ��������� Opening Reception, Moonlight Terrace, Sunrise Center

A01

Lithium-Ion Batteries

Battery Galactic 8, Sunrise Center

Li-ion In-operando and In-situ – 13:40 – 18:20 Co-Chair: Boryann Liaw 13:40

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(Invited) In Operando NMR/EPR Studies of High-Performance Transition Metal Oxides for Electrochemical Energy Storage – Y. Y. Hu (Chemistry & Biochemistry, Florida State University, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory) In Situ Transmission Electron Microscopy to Uncover Electrochemical Reactions – R. Shahbazian-Yassar (University of Illinois at Chicago) In-Situ X-Ray Imaging Study on the CrossSectional Distributionof LiPF6 Concentration in Electrolyte of Li-Ion Battery – N. Furuta (Soken, Inc.), H. Yamashige (Toyota Motor Corp.), and T. Nonaka (Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.) Electronic and Ionic Conduction Mechanism in Intercalated MOF As Negative Electrode Materials for Energy Storage Devices – N. Ogihara, N. Ohba, and Y. Kishida (Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.) Break (Invited) In Situ XPS and Aes Characterization of Cathode Surface Chemistry Evolution and Its Effect on Cycle Life – S. J. Dillon (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), L. Feng (University of Illinois UrbanaChampaign), and Y. Ma (Harbin Institute of Technology) Charge Compensation Mechanism in LiExcess Oxides Revealed By Operando Soft/ Hard X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy – K. Yamamoto (Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies), N. Yabuuchi (Tokyo Denki University), K. Nakanishi (SR Center, Ritsumeikan University), T. Uchiyama (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), Y. Kobayashi (Tokyo Denki University), R. Yamamoto (Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies), Y. Orikasa (Department of Applied Chemistry, Ritsumeikan University), T. Ohta (SR Center, Ritsumeikan University), and Y. Uchimoto (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University)

A05

Transition Metal Dissolution in Stateof-the-Art and Next Generation LiIon Batteries Studied By Spatially Resolved Operando X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy – A. T. S. Freiberg, S. Solchenbach (Technical University of Munich), B. Strehle (Technische Universität München), A. Siebel (Technical University of Munich), M. Tromp (University of Amsterdam), and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich) Operando Study of the LiV3O8 Cathode: Coupling Electrochemical and EDXRD Measurements with Mathematical Models – N. W. Brady (Columbia University), Q. Zhang (Stony Brook Univesity), A. Bruck (Stony Brook University), D. C. Bock (Brookhaven National Laboratory), C. A. Gould (Columbia University), A. C. Marschilok, K. J. Takeuchi (Stony Brook University), E. S. Takeuchi (Brookhaven National Lab), and A. C. West (Columbia University) In-Operando Observation of Lithium-Silicon Alloy Phase Propagation in Particle-Based Electrodes Using Nanoscale X-Ray Computed Tomography – P. Choi and S. Litster (Carnegie Mellon University) Quantitative Measurement of Lithium Ion Concentration in an Operating Lib Using Low Energy X-Ray – S. Komiyama, S. Uemura, T. Sasabe (Tokyo Institute of Technology), T. Kotaka, O. Aoki, Y. Tabuchi (Nissan Motor CO., LTD.), and S. Hirai (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Introduction of Coherent X-Ray Diffraction Microscopy to Analyze Manganese-Based Olivine Cathode Materials in Lithium-Ion Batteries – J. Park (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Y. E. Sung (Seoul National University (SNU)), C. Kim (Chungnam National University), and D. Shapiro (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Characterization of Lithium in Batteries with EDS and EELS – R. Gauvin, N. Brodusch, F. Voisard, G. P. Demopoulos (McGill University), M. Trudeau (HydroQuebec), and K. Zaghib (CETEES, HydroQuébec)

Beyond Lithium-Ion Batteries

Battery / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Galactic 7, Sunrise Center

Li Metal Interface/Interphase – 14:00 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Betar M. Gallant and Neil P. Dasgupta 14:00

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Interfacial Stability, Impact on Surface Stabilization and Charge Transfer – G. Pawar, B. Liaw, and E. J. Dufek (Idaho National Laboratory) Controlling the Growth of Inorganic Solid Electrolyte Interphases on Lithium – B. M. Gallant, M. He, and R. Guo (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Rational Design of 3-D Current Collectors and Interfaces for Stabilized Li Metal Anodes – K. H. Chen, A. J. Sanchez, and N. P. Dasgupta (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor) Thin Film Surface Coatings for Improved Lithium Metal Cycling Efficiency: A Combinatorial Approach – M. Genovese and J. R. Dahn (Dalhousie University) Effects of External Pressure on the Performance of Lithium Anode Cells – S. C. Nagpure, E. J. Dufek, S. M. Wood, C. C. Dickerson, and B. Liaw (Idaho National Laboratory) Break Enhancement of Rate Capabilities for AllSolid-State Batteries Using Surface Oxidized Sulfide Solid Electrolyte – I. Sasaki, T. Komori, K. Honda, and J. Hibino (Panasonic Corporation) Interfacial Stability of Argyrodite-Based Solid Electrolytes in All-Solid-State Batteries – F. Strauss (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), T. Bartsch, A. Y. Kim (Battery and Electrochemistry Laboratory (BELLA)), J. Janek (Institute of Physical Chemistry), P. Hartmann (BASF SE), and T. Brezesinski (Battery and Electrochemistry Laboratory (BELLA)) Exploring Interfacial Stability of Inorganic Solid-State Electrolytes at the Lithium-Metal Anode for Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – L. E. Camacho-Forero (Department of Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University) and P. B. Balbuena (Texas A& M University) Investigating Facet Selectivity of Li Deposition on Cu Current Collector for Anode-Free Lithium Metal Batteries – Y. J. Kim, H. Noh (KAIST), S. Yuk (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), J. Lee, and H. T. Kim (KAIST) Operand AFM Observation of Electrodeposited Lithium Metal – H. Sano, M. Kitta, and M. Shikano (AIST)

15:00

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G03

SiGe, Ge, and Related Compounds: Materials, Processing, and Devices 8 Electronics and Photonics Universal 13, Expo Center

Optoelectronics 1 – 08:30 – 10:10 Co-Chair: Gianlorenzo Masini 08:30

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Surface Characterization and Manipulation for Electronic Applications Dielectric Science and Technology / Electronics and Photonics Universal 12, Expo Center

D06 Session 1 – 13:00 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Christina A. Hacker and Yaw S. Obeng 13:00

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(Invited) Liquid Electrolyte Contacts to Semiconductor Nanostructures: Probing and Programming Local Defect Behavior – P. C. McIntyre (Stanford University) (Invited) Energy Alignment at the Molecule – Electrode Interface: An ElectrochemicalPotential / Hardness View – A. Vilan (Weizmann Institute of Science) Impact of Contact in Molecular Junctions: When Physics Dictates the Chemical Properties – C. J. L. Van Dyck (Nanotechnology Research Centre) and A. J. Bergren (Nanotechnology Research Centere) Break

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

(Invited) Towards a Perfect Junction: Interface Effects on Charge Tunneling across Large Area Junctions – M. Thuo (Iowa State University) and J. Chen (Iowa State University, Northwestern University) (Invited) Interface Engineering of SiliconBased Molecular Devices – C. A. Hacker, R. C. Bruce (National Institute of Standards and Technology), and S. Takeuchi (Theiss Research) (Invited) Fabrication and Characterization of Carbon-Based Nanoscale Devices: Insights and Applications – A. J. Bergren, M. Hughes, A. Beltaos, B. Szeto (Nanotechnology Research Centre), A. Meldrum, R. McCreery (University of Alberta), C. J. L. Van Dyck, and N. Pekas (Nanotechnology Research Centre)

(Invited) Design and Modeling of Sigesn Lasers: From Modeling Experiments to Future Device Concepts – J. Witzens, B. Marzban (RWTH Aachen University), D. Stange, N. von den Driesch, D. Buca (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), and Z. Ikonic (University of Leeds) (Invited) Strain-Engineered Low-Threshold Group IV Lasers for Photonic-Integrated Circuits – Y. Jung, M. Luo, Z. Qi, H. Sun, and D. Nam (Nanyang Technological University) Silicon-Germanium Stressors for Germanium Photonic Devices on Silicon – M. Nishimura (The University of Tokyo) and Y. Ishikawa (Toyohashi University of Technology) Amplified Spontaneous Emission from Gesn Waveguides at Room Temperature – J. Mathews (Physics Dept., University of Dayton), Z. Li, E. Ghanati (Dept. of ElectroOptics and Photonics, Univ. of Dayton), I. Agha (Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Dayton, Dept. of Electro-Optics and Photonics, Univ. of Dayton), J. Menendez (Dept. of Physics, Arizona State Univ.), and J. Kouvetakis (School of Molecular Science, Arizona State Univ.)

FET 1 – 10:30 – 12:20 Co-Chair: Aaron Thean 10:30

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(Invited) Hybrid III-V/Si CMOS Technology Platform: From Materials for Logic to Integrated RF and Photonics – L. Czornomaz (IBM Zurich Research Laboratory) (Invited) Epitaxial Germanium and Germanium Tin Alloys By Thermal Chemical Vapor Deposition – Y. C. Huang (Applied Materials)

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Composition and Strain Evolution of Undoped Si0.8Ge0.2 Layers Submitted to UVNanosecond Laser Annealing – L. Dagault, P. Acosta-Alba, S. Kerdilès, J. P. Barnes, J. M. Hartmann, P. Gergaud, T. T. Nguyen (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LETI, 38000 Grenoble, France), J. Aubin (SCREEN-LASSE, 92230 Gennevilliers, France), and F. Cristiano (CNRS, LAAS) (Invited) InAs Nanowire Field Effect Transistors with Partial Gate – Q. Chen and W. Yang (Peking University)

Optoelectronics 2 – 14:00 – 15:40 Co-Chair: Gianlorenzo Masini 14:00

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(Invited) High-Performance Si Optical Modulator and Ge Photodetector and Their Application to Silicon Photonics Integrated Circuit – J. Fujikata, S. Takahashi, T. Mogami, K. Kurata (PETRA), M. Takenaka (The University of Tokyo), and T. Nakamura (PETRA) (Invited) Defect Engineering in Ge QDs for Light Emission in Si Photonics – M. Brehm (Johannes Kepler University Linz) Low Dark Current Ge/Si Photodetector Grown By Selective Epitaxial Growth – B. Cheng, Z. Liu, X. Li, F. Yang, C. Xue (Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences), C. Li (School of Science, Minzu University of China), J. Zheng, Y. Zuo, and Q. Wang (Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences) MBE-Grown SixGe1-x-ySny Diode and Quantum Well Diode Structures with High Sn Content for Optical Applications – D. Schwarz, C. J. Clausen, I. A. Fischer, H. S. Funk, M. Oehme, D. Weißhaupt, and J. Schulze (University of Stuttgart)

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Fundamentals and Applications of Microfluidic and Nanofluidic Devices 4

Electronics and Photonics / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Universal 24, Expo Center

Point-of-Care Devices – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chair: J. Israel Martínez-López 08:00

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(Invited) Orientation Dependence of the Hole Ballistic Velocity in Si, Sige, and Ge ThinBody Structures with Uniaxial Compressive Strain – J. T. Teherani (Columbia University) (Invited) Advanced Replacement High-K/ Metal Gate Stack Engineering for HighPerformance Strained Silicon-Germanium Finfets with High Ge Content – P. Hashemi, T. Ando (IBM T. J. Watson Research Center), E. A. Cartier (IBM Research), J. Bruley, and V. Narayanan (IBM T. J. Watson Research Center) Strain Evaluation of Laser-Annealed Silicon Germanium Thin Layers – S. Komago, T. Murakami, K. Yoshioka (Meiji University), R. Yokogawa (JSPS Research Fellow, Meiji University), A. Ogura (Meiji University), J. O. Borland (J.O.B. Technologies), T. Kuroi (Nissin Ion Equipment, Kyoto, Japan), T. Tabata, K. Huet (SCREEN-LASSE, Gennevilliers, France), and N. Horiguchi (IMEC, Leuven, Belgium)

(Invited) Microfluidics for Biomedical Devices By Two Examples – O. Baysal (Old Dominion University) (Invited) Towards Smart and Connected Point of Care Molecular Diagnostics – C. Liu (University of Pennsylvania) The Influence of Electrode Width and Sealing Method on Leakage Pressure of Microfluidic Electrochemical Devices – C. L. GonzálezGallardo (CIDETEQ) and J. R. CasanovaMoreno (CONACYT-CIDETEQ) Weakly Charged Nanochannels Can Generate High Salinity Gradient Power – L. H. Yeh, Y. S. Su, F. Chen, and Y. T. Chiou (National Yunlin University of Science and Technology)

Micro-patterning and Manufacturing – 10:20 – 12:20 Co-Chair: Jannu Ricardo Casanova-Moreno 10:20

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FET 2 – 16:00 – 17:40 Co-Chair: Aaron Thean 16:00

Investigation of Tm2O3 As a Gate Dielectric for Ge MOS Devices – L. Žurauskaitė (KTH Royal Institute of Technology), L. Jones, V. R. Dhanak, I. Z. Mitrovic (University of Liverpool), P. E. Hellström, and M. Östling (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)

(Invited) Drying Patterns from Nanofluid Droplet Evaporation – F. Duan (Nanyang Technological University) Origami Microfluidic CD – M. Aeinehvand, P. Sosa Silva, B. Bosques Palomo, F. H. Valencia Velarde, G. Diaz Armas, E. Caballero Saldivar (Tecnológico de Monterrey (ITESM)), M. J. Madou (University of California, Irvine, Tecnológico de Monterrey (ITESM)), and S. O. Martinez-Chapa (Tecnológico de Monterrey (ITESM)) Evaluation of a Lactate/Oxygen Biofuel Cells Using a Flow through Air-Breathing Microfluidic Design – R. A. EscalonaVillalpando (CIDETEQ), R. C. Reid (University of North Texas), R. Milton (Stanford University), S. D. Minteer (University of Utah), L. G. Arriaga (CIDETEQ), and J. Ledesma-García (Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro) Manufacturing and Test of Split and Recombine Micromixers with a Variable Cross-Section – J. I. Martínez-López, C. Mendoza-Buenrostro, P. Celis Retana, H. Betancourt, E. Vazquez (Tecnologico de Monterrey), H. R. Siller (University of North Texas), and C. A. Rodriguez (Tecnologico de Monterrey) Electrolysis Pumping on Centrifugal Microfluidic Platforms for Automation of Bioanalytical Assays – F. O. Romero Soto, M. Aeinehvand, M. F. Jimenez Moreno (Tecnológico de Monterrey (ITESM)), D. Mager (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), M. J. Madou, and S. O. Martínez-Chapa (Tecnológico de Monterrey (ITESM)) AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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(Invited) From Circulating Tumor Cells to Fetal Nucleated Red Blood Cells – X. Z. Zhao (Wuhan University) (Invited) Hybrid Microfluidic Cell Sorting for Rare Cell Isolation – Y. Ai (Singapore University of Technology and Design) Carbon Iso-Dielectric Separation (CIDS) on Centrifugal Microfluidic Platforms – M. Aeinehvand, E. Ramírez Sánchez, B. Cárdenas Benítez, and S. O. Martínez-Chapa (Tecnológico de Monterrey (ITESM)) Electroformation and Collection of Giant Liposomes on a Microchip – Z. Wang (Biomedical Engineering College, Chongqing Medical University), T. Fan, X. Zhang (Bioengineering College, Chongqing University, China), H. Cao (Biomedical Engineering College, Chongqing Medical University), N. Hu, J. Yang (Bioengineering College, Chongqing University), and F. Li (Biomedical Engineering College, Chongqing Medical University)

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Catalyst Activity/Durability for Hydrogen(-Reformate) Acidic Fuel Cells

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 7, Sunrise Center

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Microwatt Fuel Cell for Long-Term and Wide Ambient Temperature Range Operation – M. S. Wilson, A. M. Baker, T. Rockward, R. L. Borup, and J. Rau (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Thermal Management in a Half-MEA Microscale Fuel Cell Architecture – A. S. Hollinger and L. Sun (Penn State Behrend) (Invited) Status of Fuel Cell Systems R&D – N. Takeuchi (Toyota Motor Corporation) Break (Invited) Hydrogen Fuel Cell Systems in Nordic Regions – B. G. Pollet, M. H. Islam, and O. S. Burheim (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) Total Cost of Ownership of Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles Using Expert Assessments – M. M. Whiston, I. Azevedo, S. Litster, K. Whitefoot, C. Samaras, and J. Whitacre (Carnegie Mellon University) Dynamic Modeling of California Grid-Scale Hydrogen Energy Storage – Z. Heydarzadeh, D. McVay, C. Thai, and J. Brouwer (National Fuel Cell Research Center, UCI) Integrated Hybrid Electrochemical and Thermal Metal Hydride Systems for LowCost and Efficient High Pressure Hydrogen Compressors – C. Corgnale, S. Greenway, M. Sulic, T. Motyka (Greenway Energy), B. Hardy, A. d’Entremont (Savannah River National Laboratory), and G. Roberts (Sustainable Innovations)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

Development of a Hydrogen Contaminant Detector – C. J. Banas (Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Univ. of Connecticut), M. T. A. Arman (Dept. Mechanical Engineering, Univ. of Connecticut), L. J. Bonville (University of Connecticut), U. Pasaogullari (Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Univ. of Connecticut), G. Hesler, and T. M. Molter (Skyre Inc.)

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 2, Sunrise Center D-0.1 Anode Catalysts and Pt Cathode Catalysts – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Hiroyuki Uchida and Mehtap Oezaslan 10:00

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Cells, Stacks and Systems

B-0.1 Fuel Cell Systems and Hydrogen infrastructure – 08:10 – 11:50 Co-Chairs: Bruno G. Pollet and Kazuhiko Shinohara

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Cell Enrichment and Analysis – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chair: Li-Hsien Yeh

Influence of Key Parameters of Pulsed Oxidation Technique on the Mitigation of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in a Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell – P. Sarma (Simon Fraser University, Indian Oil R&D), C. Gardner (Simon Fraser University), S. Chugh, A. Sharma (Indian Oil R&D), and E. Kjeang (Simon Fraser University) Design of Anode Catalyst Material for a Cell Reversal Tolerant MEA: Ir, Ru, and Their Binary Alloys Supported on Carbon Black – E. You, D. You, S. Lee (Hyundai Mobis Co., Ltd.), and C. Pak (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology) On the Mechanism Responsible for the Catalytic Activity of Platinum for Oxygen Reduction and Hydrogen Evolution Reactions – M. R. Reda (Canadelectrochim) and G. Reda (Powell Contracting LTD) Particle Size Effect Vs. Particle Proximity Effect: Systematic Study on ORR Activity of High Surface Area Pt/C Catalysts for Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells – M. Inaba (Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc., University of Copenhagen), A. Zana (University of Bern), J. Quinson (University of Copenhagen), and M. Arenz (University of Bern) Fundamental Insight in Degradation Mechanisms of Pt/C Nanoparticles for the ORR – P. Weber, D. J. Weber, M. Janssen, M. Werheid, and M. Oezaslan (Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg) Shape-Controlled Pt Nanoparticles for the Electro-Reduction of Oxygen – I. A. Safo and M. Oezaslan (Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg)

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Cells, Stacks and Systems Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 7, Sunrise Center

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B-0.2 Operational Performance, Impurities, and Degradation – 13:40 – 15:20 Co-Chairs: Cynthia A. Rice and Huyen N. Dinh 13:40

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(Invited) Fuel Cell Contamination – H. N. Dinh, J. W. Zack (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), J. M. Christ (Colorado School of Mines), M. J. Lindell (3M Corporation), M. Yandrasits (3M Corporate Research Materials Lab), and G. Bender (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) Detecting Abnormal Operational Conditions to Enhance the Reliability of Marine Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – T. Kitahara (Kyushu University) and H. Nakajima (Dept. of Hydrogen Energy Systems, Kyushu University) Automotive Fuel Cell Subzero Cold-Starts in a Single Cell Quasi-Adiabatic Fixture – C. A. Rice (Tennessee Technological University) and A. Pistono (Tennessee Tech University) Investigating Factors That Influence Conditioning Time of PEFCs – T. Rockward (Los Alamos National Laboratory), A. Spears, F. H. Garzon (University of New Mexico), and U. Martinez (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Diagnostics/Characterization Methods, MEA Design/Model

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Materials for Alkaline Fuel Cells and Direct-Fuel Fuel Cells

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 1, Sunrise Center A-0.1 Modeling – 13:40 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Mathias Gerard and Shinichi Hirano 13:40

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(Invited) Physical Modeling of Performance, Membrane and Catalyst Degradation in PEMFC – T. Jahnke, G. Futter (German Aerospace Center (DLR)), A. Baricci, C. Rabissi, A. Casalegno (Politecnico di Milano, Department of Energy), and A. Latz (German Aerospace Center (DLR), Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)) Modeling Water Management and CarbonDioxide Contamination Effects in AnionExchange Membrane Fuel Cells – M. R. Gerhardt, L. M. Pant, and A. Z. Weber (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Pore-Network Reconstruction and Simulation of the Fuel Cell Catalyst Layer – M. Sadeghi, J. Barralet, and J. T. Gostick (McGill University) An Open-Source Multiscale Transient Model for Numerical Characterization of Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – A. Kosakian, L. Padilla Urbina, A. Heaman, and M. Secanell (University of Alberta)

Model-Based Engineering for Water Management in the Gas Diffusion Layer of PEMFC – S. Hirano (Ford Motor Company), S. Shimpalee, P. Satjaritanun, and J. W. Weidner (University of South Carolina) Break Fuel Cell Management System: PEMFC Lifetime Optimization By Model Based Approach – M. Gerard (CEA LITEN, Univ. Grenoble Alpes), R. Naiff da Fonseca (CEA LITEN), E. Bideaux, P. Massioni (Laboratoire Ampère, INSA-Lyon), and M. Piffard (CEA LITEN, Laboratoire Ampère, INSA-Lyon) Effect of Current Density and Operating Parameters on the Dynamical Evolution of Liquid Water Distribution within the Gas Diffusion Layers of PEMFC Using the Kinetic Monte Carlo Method – A. Pournemat, F. Wilhelm, and J. Scholta (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung) 3D CFD Modelling of Low Temperature Pemfcs – D. Klauber (ISTM, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), M. Heinzmann (IAM-WET, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), F. Magagnato, and B. Frohnapfel (ISTM, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)) Microstructural Analysis of Transport in Fuel Cell Porous Media – M. Sabharwal and M. Secanell (University of Alberta) Macroscopic Modeling of Liquid Water Based on Detailed Two-Phase CFD and Application on Full-Cell Scale Multiphysics Simulation – S. Tanaka, T. Takayama, H. Motegi, T. Tsukamoto, R. Takayama, and M. Yoneda (Mizuho Information & Research Institute, Inc.) Multiscale Modeling of a Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell: Effect of Electric Double Layer in Cathodic Interface – L. E. Nuñez Toledo (Universidad Nacional de Colombia), S. Castañeda Ramírez, and R. Ribadeneira Paz (Universidad Nacional de Colombia - Sede Medellín)

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 4/5, Sunrise Center E-0.1 Alkaline Electrocatalysis 1 – 14:00 – 15:40 Co-Chairs: Kaido Tammeveski and Hyunjoo Lee 14:00

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(Invited) Platinum Single-Atom Catalysts for Electrochemical Reactions – H. Lee (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Carbide-Derived Carbon/Carbon Nanotube Composite Catalysts Doped with Nitrogen and Transition Metals for Anion Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – S. Ratso, M. Käärik (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu), M. Kook (Institute of Physics, University of Tartu), P. Paiste (University of Tartu), V. Kisand, S. Vlassov (Institute of Physics, University of Tartu), J. Leis, and K. Tammeveski (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu) AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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A Method to Fabricate Nanocrystals of Metal Oxides on Carbon Nanotube Surfaces – J. Yang (WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University), J. Cheng (I2CNER, Kyushu University), and N. Nakashima (WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University) Mixture of Transition Metal Oxides (MoNi, MoCoW and NiCo) As Electrocatalysts for ORR and HER – J. E. G. Béjar (CIDETEQ), L. Álvarez-Contreras (CIMAV), A. U. Chávez (CIDETEQ, S.C.), L. G. Arriaga, and N. Arjona (CIDETEQ)

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Cells, Stacks and Systems Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 7, Sunrise Center

B-0.3 PBI/HT-PEM Cells and Systems – 15:40 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Tommy Rockward and Emory Sayre De Castro 15:40

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Materials for Alkaline Fuel Cells and Direct-Fuel Fuel Cells

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Catalyst Activity/Durability for Hydrogen (-Reformate) Acidic Fuel Cells Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 2, Sunrise Center

D-0.2 Pt and Pt-Alloy Cathode Catalysts – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Junji Inukai and Jens Oluf Jensen 14:00

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Platinum Nanorod Arrays As ORR Electrocatalyst for Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells – M. Begum (University of Arkansas - Little Rock), B. Ergul (University of Arkansas at Little Rock), Z. Yang (United Technologies Research Center), N. Kariuki, D. J. Myers (Argonne National Laboratory), M. L. Perry (United Technologies Research Center), and T. Karabacak (University of Arkansas - Little Rock) (Invited) In Situ Structural Analysis of PtCo Alloy Catalysts with Stabilized PlatinumSkin Layers and Durability/Activity Towards Oxygen Reduction Reaction – J. Inukai (Clean Energy Research Center, University of Yamanashi, Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi), A. Iiyama (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi), and H. Uchida (Clean Energy Research Center, University of Yamanashi, Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi) Preparation of Pt3y Nanoparticles Supported on Carbon – B. A. Brandes, L. N. Cleemann, Q. Li, and J. O. Jensen (Technical University of Denmark) Carbon Supported PtxYz Alloy Catalysts – from Rde to PEMFC Application – J. N. Schwämmlein, G. S. Harzer, P. Pfändner, A. Blankenship, H. A. El-Sayed, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich) Sputtered Pt3Y Thin Films As Cathode Catalysts with High Activity in PEMFC Measurements – N. Lindahl (Chalmers University of Technology), B. Eriksson (KTH Royal Institute of Technology), H. Grönbeck (Chalmers University of Techniology), R. W. Lindström, G. Lindbergh, C. Lagergren (KTH Royal Institute of Technology), and B. Wickman (Chalmers University of Technology)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

(Invited) Medium Temperature Fuel Cells: Stack and Material Advances – E. S. De Castro, R. Pavlicek, M. Sharma, T. Kanellopoulos (Advent Technologies, Inc.), P. Zelenay, and X. Yin (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Upscaling the Production of High Temperature Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – an Assessment of Reproducibility, Performance and Durability – M. Bodner, H. R. García, T. Steenberg, A. Vassiliev, S. M. Alfaro, G. Avcıoğlu, and H. A. Hjuler (Danish Power Systems) A Comparison of Two Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell Stack Models with Experimental Results – S. Zhang (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), S. B. Beale (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Queen’s University), U. Reimer (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), R. T. Nishida (University of Cambridge, Queen’s University), M. Andersson (Lund University, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), J. G. Pharoah (Queen’s University), and W. Lehnert (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, RWTH Aachen University) Determination of Long-Term Stability and Quality of HT-PEM Meas – M. Rastedt, J. Büsselmann (DLR Institute of Networked Energy Systems), T. Klicpera (FUMATECH BWT GmbH), P. Wagner, and A. Dyck (DLR Institute of Networked Energy Systems) Comparison of Carbon Based Bipolar Plate Materials for Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells – N. Pilinski, B. Satola, M. Rastedt, and P. Wagner (DLR-Institut fuer Vernetzte Energiesysteme e. V.) Polybenzimidazole Supported Monolayer Graphene Membrane for Inexpensive PEM Fuel Cells – M. Sahoo, V. Kalangi, M. Perez-page, R. R. Nair, and S. Holmes (The University of Manchester)

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 4/5, Sunrise Center E-0.2 Alkaline Electrocatalysis 2 – 16:00 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Ivar Kruusenberg and Lior Elbaz 16:00

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Influence of Aluminum Addition to Catalytic Behavior of Bismuth Ruthenate for Oxygen Electrode Reactions – A. Shimizu (Oita university), T. Kinumoto, M. Matsuoka, T. Tsumura, and M. Toyoda (Oita University) A Hybrid Organic Linker Forms an Efficient Non-Precious-Metal-Based Metal–Organic Coordination Network Porous Material for Oxygen Electroreduction Reaction – N. Kongi (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu), K. Ping, R. Bhadoria (Tallinn University of Technology), M. Kook, S. Vlassov (Institute of Physics, University of Tartu), K. Tammeveski (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu), and P. Starkov (Tallinn University of Technology) Nitrogen and Sulfur Co-Doped MWCNT/Rgo Composite As Highly Active Electrocatalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Alkaline Fuel Cell – I. Kruusenberg (National Institute of Chemical Physics and Biophysics), A. Šutka (Riga Technical University), B. A. Shainyan (A.E. Favorsky Irkutsk Institute of Chemistry), T. Käämbre, K. M. Villemson (University of Tartu), and P. Wang (Kyushu University) Electrochemical Behavior Characterization of Metal Oxide Catalysts for Oer in Alkaline Media – D. Ion-Ebrasu, A. Spinu-Zaulet, S. Enache, M. Dragan (ICSI-Rm. Valcea), D. Schitea, L. G. Patularu (ICSI Rm. Valcea), C. Jianu (ICSI-Rm. Valcea), E. Carcadea (ICSI Rm. Valcea), M. Varlam (ICSI-Rm. Valcea), and K. Petrov (IEES, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences)

Electron Transfer Activation in Organic and Bioorganic Systems: From Unraveling Electrode Mechanisms to Directing Synthesis of High-Value Products

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Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Universal 9, Expo Center

Electrochemistry 1 – 14:00 – 16:20 Co-Chair: William Matthew Reichert 14:00

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Introductory Remarks (Keynote) Electrocatalysis for Electrosynthesis – S. D. Minteer (University of Utah) Click Reaction Assisted By Cu ElectroOxidation – L. Carre-Rangel (Instituto Tecnológico de Tijuana), M. T. OropezaGuzman (InstitutoTecnológico de Tijuana), and I. A. Rivero (Instituto Tecnológico de Tijuana) Reduction of α,ω-Dihalohexanes with Electrogenerated Nickel(I) Salen – K. Rudman (Indiana University), M. S. Mubarak (The University of Jordan), and D. G. Peters (Indiana University) Change of the Reaction Pathway during the Phenols Anodic Cross-Coupling Oxidation Induced By Tertiary Amines. Anodic C-O Phenols Homo-Coupling a Direct Route to Diaryl Ethers – B. A. Frontana-Uribe (UNAM) and S. R. Waldvogel (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz)

Evidence of the Formation of Isoporphyrin in the Electrooxidation Processes of MesoTetraphenylporphyrin – J. G. Ruiz-Montoya and N. A. Macías-Ruvalcaba (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México) Controlling Selectivity in the Electrochemical Reduction of Acrylonitrile: Towards a SolarDriven Nylon 6,6 Production Process – D. E. Blanco, A. Z. Dookhith, and M. A. Modestino (New York University)

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(Invited) Ultrasound Application and MultiStep Reactions in Electrodeposition of Refractory Metals – L. Seidl, L. Asen, G. Yesilbas, P. Fischer, F. Kühn, and O. Schneider (Technische Universität München) Effect of Halogenide Ions on Electrochemical Behaviors of Magnesium Anode in Ionic Liquids Based on Tfsa – H. Matsumoto and K. Kubota (AIST) Electrodeposition of Si in Molten CaCl2 Above 1300K – T. Takenaka (Kansai University), R. Shimokawa, H. Okada (Graduate School of Kansai University), and T. Morishige (Kansai University) Break Sn-Cu Codeposition from Non-Aqueous Solvents for Wafer Bonding Applications: A Pulse Plating Study – M. Pallaro, G. Panzeri, and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano) Vanadium Electrorefining in NaCl–KCl– VCl2 Melts – I. B. Polovov, M. V. Chernyshov, V. A. Volkovich, O. I. Rebrin (Ural Federal University), and A. N. Rylov (JSC Uralredmet)

Electrochemical Energy Summit: Sustainable and Responsible Supply of Energy Storage Materials, Components, and Devices All Divisions / Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee Galactic 4, Sunrise Center

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AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

Monday, October 1 Highlights 0700h ��������� Session Chair and Symposium Organizer Orientation Breakfast, 2nd Floor Lobby, Expocenter 0800h ��������� ECS Data Science Showcase, Star 8, Sunrise Center 0800h ��������� Sensor Division Outstanding Achievement Award Address, Universal 17, Expocenter 0830h ��������� Charles W. Tobias Young Investigator Award Address, Universal 20, Expocenter 1510h �������� Europe Section Allessandro Volta Medal Address, Universal 18, Expocenter 1700h ��������� Plenary Session and Lecture, Star 3/4/5/6, Sunrise Center 1800h ��������� Technical Exhibit and General Poster Session, Universal Ballroom, Expocenter 2000h ��������� Student Mixer, Star 1/2, Sunrise Center

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Electrochemical Technologies for Developing Countries – S. Petrovic (Oregon Institute of Technology, Solar Hope) (Invited) Direct Recycling of Lithium-Ion Batteries – S. E. Sloop (OnTo Technology LLC), W. Xu, M. M. Lerner (Oregon State University), J. Kim (Spear Power Systems, LLC), and M. Lee (Spear Power Systems LLC) Going Green By Going Blue: Recycling LiIon Batteries By Extracting Cobalt and Nickel Using Deep Eutectic Solvents – M. K. Tran, M. T. F. Rodrigues, B. Ganguli, K. Kato, and P. M. Ajayan (Rice University) Break Panel Discussion

ECS Data Science Program Star 8, Sunrise Center

ECS Data Science Showcase Session 1 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Matthew Murbach, David Beck, and Daniel Schwartz 08:00 2182 (Invited) Open-Software Tools for the Analysis of Electrochemical Impedance Spectra – M. D. Murbach and D. T. Schwartz (University of Washington) 08:30 2183 (Invited) Tip – Surface Electrode Interactions and the Effects of These Interactions on Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy Response – A. Mirabal and S. Calabrese Barton (Michigan State University) 09:00 2184 (Invited) Detailed Chemistry Modeling via Cantera: A Pathway to Understanding Battery Degradation Mechanisms – S. C. DeCaluwe, D. Korff, A. LeBar, A. LeBar (Colorado School of Mines), and C. H. Lee (Colorado School of Mines, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs) 09:30 Break 10:30 2185 (Invited) A Data Science Approach for Quantitative Analysis of Total Differential Capacity Plots – N. L. Thompson, S. Alamdari, T. A. Cohen, R. Masse, G. Cao, V. C. Holmberg, J. Pfaendtner, and D. A. C. Beck (University of Washington) 11:00 2186 (Invited) Using Image Recognition to Identify Platinum Surfaces with Cyclic Voltammetry Scans – H. A. Baroody and T. A. Muzaffar (Department of Chemistry, Simon Fraser University)

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(Invited) What Can Electrochemistry Learn from Chess? – N. Dawson-Elli (University of Washington, Seattle), K. Mitra (Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad), and V. R. Subramanian (University of Washington, Seattle) (Invited) Open Software for Electrochemical Battery Modeling, Estimation, and Control – S. Moura (University of California, Berkeley, eCAL), H. Perez, Z. Gima, S. Park, and D. Zhang (University of California, Berkeley) Late Breaking News

Battery and Energy Technology Joint General Session Battery / Energy Technology Galactic 1, Sunrise Center

Air Batteries, Fuel Cells, and Electrocatalysis – 08:00 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Scott W Donne and Masatsugu Morimitsu 08:00

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Effects of Electrode Wettability on Discharge Capacity Li-O2 Batteries – F. Wang and X. Li (University of Kansas) Apply Intermittent Current Strategy to Discharge Li-O2 Batteries – F. Wang and X. Li (University of Kansas) Influence of Al-Zn Anode Alloy Composition on the Electrochemical Performance of Me– Air Batteries with Neutral Aqueous Solutions – Y. E. Durmus, S. S. Montiel Guerrero, H. Tempel, F. Hausen, H. Kungl, and R. A. Eichel (Forschungszentrum Jülich) Gas Atmosphere Effects over the Anode Compartment of a Tubular Direct Carbon Fuel Cell Module – M. Glenn, B. Mathan, M. Islam, Y. Beyad, J. A. Allen, and S. W. Donne (University of Newcastle) Metal Oxides As Additives to Improve Anode Performance in Molten Carbonate Fuel Cells (MCFC) – Y. Beyad, M. Islam, M. Glenn, B. Mathan, J. A. Allen, and S. W. Donne (University of Newcastle)

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Solid-State Batteries Enabling Electric Mobility and New Applications – F. Albano (Fisker Inc.), E. Yi (University of Michigan), G. Chen (Energy Storage and Distributed Resources Division, LBNL), S. Sofie (Montana State University), H. Shen (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Xi’an Jiaotong University), and M. Doeff (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Processing and Manufacturing High Performing Polymer:Ceramic Solid Electrolytes – K. B. Hatzell, B. Harkey, M. Dixit, and F. Shen (Vanderbilt University) A Stable 3 V All-Solid-State Sodium–Ion Battery Based on a Closo-Borate Electrolyte – L. Duchêne, A. Remhof, R. S. Kühnel, and C. Battaglia (Empa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science) Performance Improvement of Zebra Batteries By Using a Simple and Functional Planar Architecture – C. D’urso (CNR-ITAE), N. Briguglio (CNR ITAE), V. Baglio (CNRITAE), V. Antonucci (CNR-ITAE Institute), and A. S. Aricò (CNR-ITAE) Microsized Pyrite Used As Cathode Material to Improve the Electrochemical Performance of Thermal Battery – Y. Zhaotang (Institute of Electronic Engineering, CAEP) Methods for the Environmental Stability Improvement of CoS2 as Thermal Battery Cathode – Y. Cao (Institute of Electronic Engineering)

Challenges in Novel Electrolytes, Organic Materials, and Innovative Chemistries for Batteries - in Honor of Michel Armand Battery / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Galactic 2, Sunrise Center

Welcoming Remarks – 08:25 – 08:50 Co-Chairs: Dominique Guyomard and Josh Thomas 08:25

Welcoming Remarks AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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(Keynote) Are Chemistries Other Than Lithium Viable? – M. Armand (CIC EnergiGUNE) (Keynote) Redox-Active Organic Species for Rechargeable Batteries, and Beyond! – P. Poizot (IMN, CNRS, University of Nantes), A. Jouhara, E. Deunf, N. Dupré, D. Guyomard (IMN-CNRS, University of Nantes), and F. Dolhem (LG2A-CNRS, RS2E, UPJV) (Keynote) Block Copolymer Electrolytes – R. Bouchet (LEPMI, CNRS/University of Grenoble, Université Grenoble AlpesCNRS), T. Phan, D. Gigmes (Aix Marseille University), L. Frenck (Electricité de France, R&D division), N. P. Balsara (University of California Berkeley), E. Pavlenko (Grenoble Alpes University, LEPMI, Grenoble), A. Lassagne (Grenoble Alpes University, LEPMI), and A. Ferrand (Aix Marseille University, ICR, Marseille)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Electrochemical Capacitors: Deconvolution into Capacitive and Pseudocapacitive Contributions By inSitu Time-Resolved Optical Methods – D. Scherson (Case Western Reserve University) (Invited) Redox Mechanistic Effects on Pseudo-Capacitive Electrode Behaviour – S. W. Donne (University of Newcastle) Pseudocapacitive Behavior of Polycationic Oxides for Electrochemical Capacitors – O. Crosnier (IMN, CNRS / University of Nantes, Réseau sur le Stockage de l’énergie (RS2E)), N. Goubard (CNRS / IMN), G. Buvat (Solvay), F. Favier (RS2E FR CNRS 3459), C. Douard (Réseau sur le Stockage Electrochimique de l’Energie), and T. Brousse (RS2E FR CNRS 3459)

Influence of the Pore Shape and Size Distribution in Hierarchically Porous Electrodes on Energy and Power Densities of Electrochemical Devices – E. Lust, R. Härmas, M. Härmas (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu), M. Pohl (University of Tartu), R. Väli, T. Thomberg, I. Tallo, A. Jänes, T. Romann, R. Palm, H. Kurig, E. Härk, R. Kanarbik, and J. Kruusma (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu) Ion Sieving Effect of Pillared Graphene Materials in Electrochemical Capacitors – H. Banda (CEA INAC, Université Grenoble Alpes / CNRS), B. Daffos (CIRIMAT UMR CNRS 5085), L. Dubois (INAC - CEA Grenoble), P. L. Taberna, P. Simon (CIRIMAT, UMR CNRS 5085), O. Crosnier (Réseau sur le Stockage de l’énergie (RS2E), IMN, CNRS / University of Nantes), and F. Duclairoir (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, CNRS, INAC, SyMMES, Grenoble) Synthesis of Porous Carbon By Hydrothermal Carbonization and Zinc Chloride Activation of Granulated White Sugar for Supercapacitor Application – T. Thomberg, M. Härmas, T. Romann, A. Jänes, and E. Lust (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu)

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(Keynote) All-Solid-State Rechargeable Batteries – J. B. Goodenough (The University of Texas at Austin) and M. H. Braga (The Univ of Porto, Portugal, The University of Texas at Austin) Break (Keynote) Tribute to Michel Armand: Lithium Metal Solid State Batteries from 1979 to 2019 – K. Zaghib (CETEES, HydroQuébec), C. M. Julien, and A. Mauger (IMPMC- CNRS, UPMC Université Paris 6) (Keynote) Ionic Liquid Electrolytes and Ionogel Composites that Enable High Capacity Anodes for Lithium and Sodium Batteries – M. Forsyth, P. C. Howlett (Deakin University), D. R. MacFarlane (Monash University), D. Mecerreyes (POLYMAT, University of the Basque Country), G. Girard, R. Yunis (Deakin University), M. Armand (LRCS- CNRS UMR 7314, Université de Picardie Jules Verne), and X. Wang (Deakin University) (Keynote) Redox-Active Polymeric Electrodes and Polymer Electrolytes – P. Sánchez Fontecoba (UPV/EHU- Dpto Quimica Inorganica, CIC energiGUNE), H. Zhang, M. Armand (CIC energiGUNE), and T. Rojo (CIC energiGUNE, University of the Basque Country) (Keynote) Comparison of the Electrode Materials for Li and Na Ion Batteries – X. Huang (Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences) and Y. Hu (Institute of Physics, CAS, Beijing 100190)

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(Invited) From Lithium-Ion to Sodium-Ion Capacitors Using the Strategy of Sacrificial Cathodic Materials – A. Chojnacka (Poznan University of Technology), P. Jezowski (ICTE, Poznan University of Technology), X. Pan (Poznan University of Technology), O. Crosnier (Réseau sur le Stockage de l’énergie (RS2E)), P. Poizot (IMN, UMR 6502, RS2E,), T. Brousse (RS2E FR CNRS 3459), and F. Béguin (ICTE, Poznan University of Technology) The Influence of Anions in Carbonate-Based Electrolytes for Li-Ion Capacitor Applications – K. Kato, B. Ganguli, M. T. F. Rodrigues, and P. M. Ajayan (Rice University) Impact of Carbon Structure over the Pseudocapacitive K-Ion Storage in New Cobalt-Manganese Oxides Derived from Coordination Compounds – J. Vazquez (CICATA-Legaria), G. Ramírez (Autónoma Metropolitana – Iztapalapa), P. AcevedoPeña (CONACYT-CICATA-Legaria, IPN), M. A. Oliver-Tolentino (UPIBI-IPN), and A. Guzmán-Vargas (ESIQIE-IPN)

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Study on Ba0.5Sr0.5CoxFe1-XO3-Δ As Pseudocapacitive Electrode Material to Improve the Volumetric Energy Density of Supercapacitors – P. Lannelongue, C. Bodin (Institut Charles Gerhardt, Réseau sur le Stockage Electrochimique de l’Energie), C. Douard (IMN UMR CNRS 6502, Réseau sur le Stockage Electrochimique de l’Energie), A. Iadecola (Réseau sur le Stockage Electrochimique de l’Energie, RS2E), S. Le Vot (Institut Charles Gerhardt, Réseau sur le Stockage Electrochimique de l’Energie), O. Fontaine (Réseau sur le Stockage Electrochimique de l’Energie, Institut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier), T. Brousse (RS2E FR CNRS 3459, Université de Nantes), and F. Favier (Réseau sur le Stockage Electrochimique de l’Energie) Fast Intercalation Reaction of Pseudocapacitive T-Nb2O5 Anode Material at Low Potentials – X. Kuai, J. Zhao, and L. Gao (Soochow University)

Temperature Effects on the Performance of Activated Carbon Electrochemical Cell in Aqueous and Non-Aqueous Electrolytes – M. Forghani and S. W. Donne (University of Newcastle) Design and Development of Nitrogen Doped Nano Porous Activated Carbon As Electrode Active Material for Supercapacitors – T. Mitravinda (ARCI), C. S. Sharma (Indian institute of technology hyderabad), S. Anandan, and T. N. Rao (ARCI) High-Energy Lithium-Ion Hybrid Supercapacitors Composed of Perovskite Type BiFeO3/C Anodes and MOF-Derived Carbon Cathodes – M. Dewan Sr. and S. B. Majumder (Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur) Modelling of Voltammetric Data from Electrochemical Capacitor Electrodes – S. W. Donne (University of Newcastle) In-Situ Quantification of Gas Evolution in Pouch Cell Supercapacitors and Its Effect on Device Performance and Operation – A. J. Roberts and R. Bhagat (University of Warwick) Spray Dried Cerium Oxide/Graphene/ Polyaniline Composite for Supercapacitor Applications – A. Jeyaranjan and S. Seal (University of Central Florida) Volumetric Electrochemical Performance of in-Plane and out-of-Plane Structured Multilayer Graphene Supercapacitors – J. Yoo, Y. I. Kim, C. W. Lee, J. H. Baek, and J. H. Kim (Korea Institute of Energy Research) Graphene Supported Manganese (IV) Oxide Nanoparticles As High-Performance Electrochemical Capacitor – J. Jablonskienė, J. Šlopšnys, V. Pakštas, J. Vaičiūnienė, A. Selskis, A. Drabavičius, V. Jasulaitienė, L. Tamašauskaitė-Tamašiūnaitė, and E. Norkus (Center for Physical Sciences and Technology) An Activated Bio-Carbon for Electrochemical Double-Layer Capacitors – Y. I. Kim, J. H. Kim, J. H. Baek, C. W. Lee, and J. Yoo (Korea Institute of Energy Research) AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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(Invited) Materials Design of High-Energy Cation/Anion Redox in Li-Rich Cathode Materials: Li5FeO4, Li4Mn2O5, and Li2MO3 – C. Wolverton (Northwestern University) Elucidating the Key Factors in Ni-Rich Layered Materials: Structural Behavior, Redox Chemistry, and Electrochemical Performance – W. Lee, J. Kim, K. Kwon, and W. S. Yoon (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University) Investigating the Removal of Layered Double Hydroxides in [Ni0.80Co0.15]0.95XAl0.05+X(OH)2 (x = 0, 0.05) Prepared By Coprecipitation – A. C. L. Liu (Dalhousie University), N. Zhang (Dalhousie University, Northeastern University), J. Li, H. Li, and J. R. Dahn (Dalhousie University)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

Novel High Capacity Cathode Materials Based on Li-Rich Cathode Materials By NitrogenDoping – A. Watanabe (Kyoto University), K. Yamamoto, T. Uchiyama (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), A. Hayashi (Graduate School of Engineering), K. Maeda (Tokyo Institute of Technology), H. Kageyama (Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University), and Y. Uchimoto (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University) Oxygen Redox Chemistry in CationDisordered Li-Rich Oxide Cathodes – G. Chen and D. Chen (Energy Storage and Distributed Resources Division, LBNL) Break (Invited) The Paradox of High-Energy Density Materials for Li-Ion Batteries – M. L. Doublet (Institut Charles Gerhardt, CNRS - Université Montpellier), M. Saubanere (Institut Charles Gerhardt – CNRS & Université Montpellier, RS2E, CNRS), and J. Vergnet (RS2E, CNRS, Collège de France) Lithium Manganese Oxyfluoride As a New Cathode Material Exhibiting Oxygen Redox – R. A. House, L. Jin, U. Maitra, M. R. Roberts, and P. G. Bruce (University of Oxford) High-Throughput Electrochemistry of Li-MnCo-Ni-O Positive Electrodes – E. McCalla (McGill University) Outgassing of Ni- and Li-Rich Li Ion Battery Cathode Materials: The Importance of Impurities – S. E. Renfrew (Department of Chemical Engineering, UC, Berkeley, ESDR, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) and B. D. McCloskey (Department of Chemical Engineering, UC Berkeley, ESDR, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Lithium –Manganese Rich Li1.2Mn0.55Ni0.15Co0.1O2 (LMR-NMC) Based Cathodes for High Energy Density LithiumIon Batteries – S. K. Martha and K. Sarode (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad) Molybdenum Doped Li2RuO3 As New Cathodes for Lithium Ion Batteries – Y. Cui (Institute of Electronic Engineering ,CAEP), Y. Cui (China Academy of Engineering Physics), J. Wang (Institute of Electronic Engineering, CAEP), and Y. Zhao (Institute of Electronic Engineering,CAEP)

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(Invited) A Route to High Energy Density Cofree Cathode Materials – G. Ceder (University of California, Berkeley) (Invited) High-Energy Lithium-Ion Battery Using Substituted LiCoPO4: From Coin Type to 1Ah Cell – K. Zaghib (CETEES, HydroQuébec), D. Liu, W. Zhu, C. Kim, M. Cho, A. Guerfi (CETEES HydroQuébec), S. A. Delp, J. L. Allen, and T. R. Jow (U.S. Army Research Laboratory) Mechanism Study on Structural Transition of Lithium Vanadium Phosphate As Cathode for Lithium-Ion Batteries – W. Oh, H. Park, W. Lee (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University), B. S. Jin (KERI), and W. S. Yoon (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University) 73

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Impact of CoII/NiII Ratio in PBA Grown Onto Graphene Oxide over the K-Ion Storage Capability in Acid Aqueous Electrolytes – J. Vazquez (CICATA-Legaria), P. AcevedoPeña (CONACyT-CICATA-Legaria), M. A. Oliver-Tolentino (UPIBI-IPN), G. Ramírez (Autónoma Metropolitana – Iztapalapa), and E. Reguera (CICATA-Legaria) A Highly Tunable Fabrication Process for Binder-Free Three-Dimensional Carbon Nanoarchitectures for Supercapacitor Electrode Via Nanotransfer Printing Technique – G. H. Lee (KAIST), B. J. Park (KEPCO Research Institution, KAIST), and Y. S. Jung (KAIST) Microwave Assisted Functionalization of Onion Waste-Derived Biocarbon for High-Capacitance Supercapacitors – P. C. Meléndez-González (Cinvestav Unidad Saltillo), O. J. Duarte-Urbina (Cinvestav Saltillo), F. Fernández-Luqueño (Cinvestav Unidad Saltillo), L. de la Torre Saenz (Centro de Investigación en Materiales Avanzados S.C.), F. J. Rodriguez-Varela (Cinvestav Unidad Saltillo), and I. L. Alonso-Lemus (CONACYT. Cinvestav Saltillo) Pseudocapacitive Charge Storage in Titanate– Reduced Graphene Oxide Nanocomposites – J. S. Ko (Naval Research Laboratory) and H. Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) Surface-Controlled Charge Storage Mechanism of Graphene for Alkali Metal Ion Storage – B. Lee (Georgia Institute of Technology), S. J. Kwon (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), S. Kim (Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources), H. D. Jang (Korea Institute of Geoscience & Mineral Resources), and S. W. Lee (Georgia Institute of Technology)


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High Voltage Olivines As High Energy Li-Ion Cathodes – J. L. Allen, S. A. Delp, J. Wolfenstine, and T. R. Jow (U.S. Army Research Laboratory) High Voltage Cobalt Free Cathode Materials for Advanced Lithium Ion Batteries – M. Wohlfahrt-Mehrens, P. Axmann, G. Gabrielli, P. Balasubramanian, and M. Mancini (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung BW) Effects of Cr Doping on Physical and Electrochemical Properties of Li2MnSiO4 Cathode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries – T. Phraewphiphat, A. Promwicha, P. Tammawat, P. Limthongkul, W. Kobsiriphat (National Metal and Materials Technology Center (MTEC)), and W. Atthawong (National Metal and Materials Technology Center (MTEC), Kasetsart University) Disordered Rocksalt Type Li-Rich Manganese Oxyfluoride As High-Capacity Cathode Material for Rechargeable Lithium Ion Batteries – R. Natsui, I. Ikeuchi (Panasonic Corporation), S. Ohuchi (Advanced Research Division, Panasonic Corporation), and K. Nakura (Panasonic Corporation)

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Enabling Enhanced Capacity in LithiumSulfur Batteries Via an Intermediate Radical – A. Gupta, A. Bhargav, and A. Manthiram (The University of Texas at Austin) Rational Design of High Energy Sulfur Cathodes for Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – D. Lu (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), L. Shi (PNNL), A. Baranovskiy (Pacific Northwest National Lab), J. Xiao (Pacific Northwest National Lab, University of Arkansas), J. G. Zhang, and J. Liu (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) Novel Dendrite Resistant Composite Polymer Electrolyte (CPE) for High Energy Density Lithium Sulfur Batteries – P. Murugavel Shanthi, B. Gattu, P. Thanapisitikul, B. A. Day, M. K. Datta, O. I. Velikokhatnyi, and P. N. Kumta (University of Pittsburgh) Effect of Electrolyte Composition on Performance and Stability of Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – Y. Ishino, K. Takahashi, W. Murata (Kogakuin University), M. Watanabe (Yokohama National University), and S. Seki (Current affiliation: Kogakuin University) Physicochemical and Electrochemical Compatibility of High-Concentrated Solvate Ionic Liquids and Low-Viscosity Dilute Solvent – K. Takahashi, Y. Ishino, W. Murata (Kogakuin University), M. Watanabe (Yokohama National University), H. Takaba (Kogakuin University), and S. Seki (Current affiliation: Kogakuin University) Break

Numerical Analysis of Electrochemical Engineering Models for Lithium Sulfur Batteries – C. D. Parke (University of Washington), A. Subramaniam (University of Washington, Seattle), M. Pathak (BattGenie Inc.), and V. R. Subramanian (University of Washington, Seattle) Theoretical Modeling of the Electrochemical Lithiation Processes of Lithium-Sulfur Battery Cathodes Based on Sulfur/GrapheneNanosheets Composites – S. Perez-Beltran (Texas A&M University) and P. B. Balbuena (Texas A& M University) Mathematical Description of Nucleation and Precipitation Processes in Li-Sulfur Batteries with Organic Electrolyte – P. Andrei (Florida A&M University and Florida State University), C. Shen, and J. P. Zheng (Florida State University) The Role of Li Salt in Highly Concentrated Electrolyte of Lithium Sulfur Batteries – H. Noh and H. T. Kim (KAIST) A Holistic Approach in the Development of a High Energy Density, Long Cycle Life and Safe Li-S Battery – W. Xing (ADA Technologies, Inc.) Anode Configuration of Li Metal for Lithium Sulfide Full Cell for High Energy Li-S Battery – Y. Jung and B. Kang (MSE department, Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH))

Solid State Electrolytes – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Yoshiharu Uchimoto and Timo Bartsch 14:00

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Impact of Cathode Material Particle Size and Applied Pressure on the Cycling Performance of All-Solid-State Batteries – T. Bartsch, F. Strauss, A. Y. Kim (Battery and Electrochemistry Laboratory (BELLA), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), J. Janek (Institute of Physical Chemistry, JustusLiebig-University Giessen), P. Hartmann (BASF SE), and T. Brezesinski (Battery and Electrochemistry Laboratory (BELLA), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) Slurry-Based Processing of Solid Electrolytes – a Comparative Binder Study – N. Riphaus, P. Strobl (Technische Universität München, BMW AG), S. J. Sedlmaier (BMW AG), J. Schnell, H. A. Gasteiger (Technische Universität München), and B. Stiaszny (BMW AG) Mechanism of Li3PS4 Liquid Phase Synthesis By Total X-Ray Scattering Measurement Coupled to Pair Distribution Function Analysis – M. Takahashi, H. Suzuki (Kyoto University), K. Yamamoto (Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies), T. Uchiyama (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), A. Matsuda (Toyohashi University of Technology), A. Hayashi, M. Tatsumisago (Graduate School of Engineering), and Y. Uchimoto (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University) Microstructure and Ionic Conductivity of Tysonite-Type (La,Ba)F3 – K. Motohashi, Y. Kimura, T. Nakamura (Tohoku University), Y. Uchimoto (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), and K. Amezawa (Tohoku University) AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Charge/Discharge Mechanism of Cu/ CuF2 Cathode in All-Solid-State Fluoride Battery – T. Yoshinari, Y. Kitaguchi, K. Yamamoto, S. Nitta, H. Nakaki, T. Uchiyama (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), Y. Orikasa (Department of Applied Chemistry, Ritsumeikan University), K. Amezawa (Tohoku University), and Y. Uchimoto (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University)

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Synergistic bifunctional catalytic effect at metal oxide-based catalyst for oxygen electrodes: influence of support and investigation in DMSO – H. M. A. Amin, M. Soltani, C. Bondue, L. Zan, and H. Baltruschat (University of Bonn) Ion-selective Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Based on Sulfonated Silica and Sulfonated Poly(Phenylene Oxide) for Redox Flow Battery – S. H. Roh (Chosun University) and H. Y. Jung (Chonnam National University) Advanced Anode Material with Porous Nanofibers Comprising 2-D Nanosheets and Carbon – J. S. Cho (Chungbuk National University) Layered Li-rich Oxide Cathode Microparticle 0.4Li2MnO3∙0.6Li(Mn0.43Ni0.36Co0.21) O2 Decorated with Nano Grains and its Electroochemical Performance – S. Wang and D. S. Jung (Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering & Technology) Novel Poreless Inorganic Separator for Blocking Polysulfide Shuttle Effect in Lithium Sulfur Battery – J. Cho, Y. J. Gong, S. Lee, G. Yoo, J. Yoo, and Y. S. Kim (Seoul National University) A Study on Overcoming the Inert Capacity of Polymer Sulfide Electrode with Conducting Materials – J. Park, S. Kim, D. Jin (Hanbat National University), J. Oh (Hanbat national Unveristy), B. Yoon, J. Choi, H. Jo (Hanbat National University), Y. M. Lee (DGIST), and M. H. Ryou (Hanbat National University) Surface-Oxidized Titanium Sulfide Nanoparticles As a Conductive Polysulfide Scavenger for a High Performance LithiumSulfur Battery – J. Jeon and Y. S. Jung (KAIST) Electrochemical Behavior of Spinel Oxide during Magnesium Ion Insertion/Extraction Reactions at Moderate Temperature – S. Otani, K. Yamamoto (Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), T. Uchiyama (Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), T. Ichitsubo (Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University), and Y. Uchimoto (Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

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Tuning MnOx Phase in GO@ MnOx Composites Using Heat-Treatments to Improve Lithium Ion Battery Performances – W. Jung, S. Lee (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology), H. I. Joh (Konkuk University), K. Eom (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology), and T. F. Fuller (School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering) Synthesis of Cobalt Manganese OxideCarbon Nanotubes Composite Microspheres As a Bifunctional Cathode Catalyst for LiO2 Batteries – J. H. Kim (Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering & Technology) Fluorinated Solvent Based Electrolytes for Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – R. Bouchal, A. Boulaoued (Department of Physics, Chalmers University of Technology), and P. Johansson (Department of Physics, Chalmers University of Technology, ALISTORE European Research Institute) Micro-Spherical Na0.65[Ni0.17Co0.11Mn0.72] O2 Cathode Material for High-Performance Sodium-Ion Batteries – T. Y. Yu and Y. K. Sun (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University) Investigation of Autocatalytic Reaction of the Highly Performing Multi-Electron Flow Cell – T. Razaulla and K. T. Cho (Northern Illinois University) The Selenium-Sulfide Infiltrated Carbon Cathodes for Lithium-Sulfur Batteries: Effects of Carbon Framework Structure and Dopants on the Electrochemical Performances – S. Lee, W. Jung, and K. Eom (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology) Improving the Performance of MoSx/r-GO Cathode Materials for Lithium-Ion Battery Via an in-Situ Electrochemical Method – U. Chang, H. Lee (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST)), H. I. Joh (Konkuk University), K. Eom (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology), and T. F. Fuller (School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering) In-Situ Electrochemical Formation of Protective SEI on Sulfur-Carbon Cathode to Improve the Stability of a RT-Sodium Sulfur Battery – H. Lee, U. Chang (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST)), and K. Eom (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology) Electronic and Ionic Conductivity of Nanocrystalline Sodium Peroxide – M. Philipp (Institut for Chemistry and Technology of Materials), S. Lunghammer (Graz University of Technology), I. Hanzu (Graz University of Technology, ICTM), and M. Wilkening (Institute for Chemistry and Technology of Materials, Christian Doppler Laboratory for Lithium Batteries) Fast Ion Conducting Solid-State Electrolytes for Sodium Ion Batteries — from Elementary Steps to Macroscopic Transport – S. Lunghammer (ICTM, Graz University of Technology, Graz University of Technology) and M. Wilkening (Graz University of Technology, ICTM)

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Effect of Interfacial Cations of MnO2 Nanosheet-Based Catalystson AirElectrode Reaction for Rechargeable Li-Air Batteries – K. Mikami (Department of Applied Chemistry, Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology), Y. Tachikawa, T. Ishikawa, T. Fujinami, and M. Saito (Department of Applied Chemistry, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology) Enhancement of Bifunctional Effect of NO3- Anion By Using Glyme-Based Dual Solvent Electrolytes for Li-Air Batteries – S. Ishii, S. Yamada (Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology), T. Ishikawa, T. Fujinami (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), Y. Hayashi (Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology), H. Otsuka (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)), K. Ito, Y. Kubo (National Institute for Materials Science), and M. Saito (Department of Applied Chemistry) An Organic Electrolyte Additive for the Suppression of Li Dendrite in Li Metal Based Batteries – H. S. Kim, P. N. Didwal, and C. J. Park (Chonnam National University) Composite of Vn/Carbon Nanofibers As a Protective Layer on Cathode for High Performance Li-S Batteries – H. B. Kim, D. T. Ngo, and C. J. Park (Chonnam National University) Nanoporous Carbon Coated Sb Anode for High Performance K-Ion Batteries – R. Verma, H. S. Ki, and C. J. Park (Chonnam National University) Nucleation and Surface Passivation in Li-Air Batteries – C. Shen (Florida State University), P. Andrei (FAMU-FSU College of Engineering), and J. P. Zheng (Florida State University) Internal Parameters Identification for Equivalent Electrical Circuit Model Design of an Al-Ion Cell – D. Lee, Y. Tak (Department of Chemical Engineering, Inha University), and J. Kim (Department of EE, Chungnam National University) High Mass-Loading Sulfur Cathodes with Microporous Activated Carbon and Their Performance Improvement – Y. Matsui, S. Uchida, and M. Ishikawa (Kansai University) Post-Cycling Surface Analysis of Li2s-FeS Composite Positive Electrode – E. Yamauchi (National Institute of, Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), T. Takeuchi, and H. Sakaebe (AIST) Ordered Mesoporous Titanium Nitride As a Promising Carbon-Free Cathode for Aprotic Li-O2 Batteries – B. G. Kim (Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute) A Strategy to Solve the Problem of Initial Charge Irreversibility in P2-Type Layered Cathode Materials for Sodium-Ion Battery – S. I. Kim, G. G. Park (Korea Automotive Technology Institute), D. Y. Lee (Korea Automotive Technology Institiute), and J. Y. Eom (Korea Automotive Technology Institute)

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Organic Electrolyte Dependent Electrochemical Performance of Lithium metal anode Materials for Lithium-Metal Batteries – D. Y. Lee (Korea Automotive Technology Institiute), S. I. Kim, G. G. Park, and J. Y. Eom (Korea Automotive Technology Institute) 358 Advanced Energy Storage System with Graphite/Copper Oxide Composite for High Energy Density – S. Lee, Y. J. Gong, G. Yoo, J. Cho, J. Yoo, and Y. S. Kim (Seoul National University) 359 The Preparation of NaCrO2 and BiomasssDerived Hard Carbon for Sodium-Ion Batteries – X. Liu, W. Sun, J. Mao, and G. Shao (Zhengzhou University) 360 RuO2/MnO2 Bifunctional Electrocatalysts Supported on CNT with Cathode-Separator monolith for Pragmatic Li-O2 Batteries: HighRate and High-Areal-Capacity with Improved Cycle Life – S. H. Park (Hanyang University) 361 Weavable Lithium-Ion Batteries Based on Fibrous All-in-One Monolith Electrodes with a Biological Gluing Layer – K. H. Shin and H. W. Park (Hanyang University) 362 A Single Electrolyte-Type Zinc/Iodine Redox System for an Aqueous Flow Battery – S. Ito, M. Sugimasa (Hitachi, Ltd.), Y. Toshimitsu, A. Orita, M. Sakai, and M. Kitagawa (Hitachi Chemical Co., Ltd.) 363 P,O,N-Co Doped Carbon Scaffolds from LiFePO4 Nanoparticles As Sulfur Hosts for Lithium-Sulfur Batteries – J. Lee and Y. Piao (Seoul National University) 364 Layered Li-Rich Oxide Cathode with High Rate Capability By Reductive Treatment – D. S. Jung (Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering & Technology)

Battery Safety and Failure Modes

Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Galactic 5, Sunrise Center

Novel Materials and Test Protocols – 08:30 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Summer Ferreira and Thomas Paul Barrera 08:30 08:40 472

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Mesoscale Insights into Electrode Thermal Behavior for Li-Ion Battery Safety – P. P. Mukherjee and A. N. Mistry (Purdue University) (Invited) Evaluating the Impact of Initiation Methods on Propagating Thermal Runaway in Lithium Ion Batteries – J. Lamb, L. TorresCastro, M. Karulkar, J. Stanley, and C. Grosso (Sandia National Laboratories) Break Geometry and Size Dependence of Localized Plating in Lithium-Ion Batteries – X. M. Liu, A. Fang, M. Haataja, and C. B. Arnold (Princeton University) Investigation on Relationship between the Amount of Ni4+ Ion and Thermal Stability in Ni-Rich Layered Cathode Materials – E. Lee, T. Kim, S. Yun, S. Lee, and W. S. Yoon (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Introductory Remarks (Invited) A Controlled Internal Short-Circuit Method for Li-Ion Safety Assessment – C. Ma (Saft America Inc) (Invited) Safety Enhancements for Large Format, High Power, Lithium-Ion Cells and Batteries – R. Gitzendanner, F. Puglia (EaglePicher Technologies, LLC. Yardney Division), B. Ravdel, S. Trebukhova, and S. Santee (EaglePicher Technologies, LLC Yardney Division) Break (Invited) Safe Design of GS Yuasa Large Format Lithium Ion Cells for Industrial Applications – T. Inoue, T. Matsubara, Y. Yamamoto (GS Yuasa International Ltd.), C. Aldrich, and W. Moll (GS Yuasa Lithium Power) Pushing to the Limit: Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and Fitbit Flex 2 – C. C. Tan, M. J. Loveridge, S. Dixon, G. Remy, N. Kourra (University of Warwick), R. Genieser (Warwick University), A. Barai, M. J. Lain, Y. Guo, M. Amor-Segan, M. A. Williams, T. Amietszajew, M. Ellis, R. Bhagat, and D. Greenwood (University of Warwick) Investigations of the Structural and Electrochemical Properties of Overheated LiIon Batteries and Its Effects in Single Cells Vs. Multi-Cells Packs – L. Torres-Castro, J. Lamb, and M. Karulkar (Sandia National Laboratories)

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Carbon Nanostructures: From Fundamental Studies to Applications and Devices Nanocarbons / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Universal 4, Expo Center

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Pits & Pores 8: Nanomaterials – Fabrication, Properties, and Applications Corrosion / Luminescence and Display Materials Universal 2, Expo Center

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Smart Microcapsule for Enhancement of LiIon Battery Separator – K. J. Lee (Chungnam National University) and S. H. Cha (Kyonggi University) Wet Chemical Processing of Protective Alumina and Silica Coatings for High Ni NMC Cathodes – N. P. Wagner, P. I. Dahl, J. R. Tolchard, and J. H. Ræder (SINTEF Industry)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

Charge Transport and Practical Applications of All-Carbon Molecular Electronic Devices – M. Supur, A. Najarian (University of Alberta), A. J. Bergren (Nanotechnology Research Centre), and R. McCreery (University of Alberta) (Invited) Hybrid Plasmons in GrapheneGraphene Heterostructure – S. V. Rotkin (ESM Department, MRI, The Pennsylvania State University) Novel Carbon Nanomaterials for 3rd Generation Solar Cells – W. Wei (Wichita State University) High-Performance Simulation for Quantum Charge Transport in Large Scale Materials -Application to Carbon Nanotubes and Organic Semiconductors- – H. Ishii and N. Kobayashi (University of Tsukuba) Facilitated Water Transport through Graphene Oxide Membranes Functionalized with Aquaporin-Mimicking Peptides – C. Lee (Hanyang university) Wet Transfer of Inkjet Printed Graphene Micro-Supercapacitors – S. Sollami Delekta, J. Li, and M. Östling (KTH Royal Institute of Technology) Vertically Aligned and Tree-like Carbon Nanostructured for Electrode of Electrochemical Capacitors – M. Ghosh and G. Mohan Rao (Indian Institute of Science Bangalore)

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Enabling a Safe Metallic Sodium Anode Using Chemically-Engineered Porous Copper Matrix with Cylindrical Core-Shell Skeleton – W. Li, C. Wang, and H. Wang (Dartmouth College) Implication of Electrode Material Choice on Failure Characteristics of Lithium-Ion Batteries – A. Chandra (Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Iowa State University), P. Shrotriya, and A. Sarkar (Iowa State University) Quantitative Analysis of Overcharge Event in Lithium-Ion Batteries – Y. Kobayashi, H. Miyashiro, and Y. Mita (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry)


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(Invited) Electrochemical Formation and Application of Porous Gallium Nitride (GaN) – T. Sato and M. Toguchi (Hokkaido University) Luminescence Properties of Porous Silicon Influenced By Magnetic Metal Filling – P. Granitzer, K. Rumpf (Karl Franzens University Graz), P. Poelt (University of Technology Graz), and M. Reissner (Vienna University of Technology) Arrays of Permanent Nanomagnets Produced By Bi-Metal Deposits within Nanostructured Silicon – K. Rumpf, P. Granitzer (Karl Franzens University Graz), R. GonzalezRodriguez, J. Coffer (Texas Christian University Fort Worth), P. Poelt (University of Technology Graz), and H. Michor (Vienna University of Technology)

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(Invited) Growth of Anodic Nanotubular Oxides: The Influence of Substrate – H. Tsuchiya and S. Fujimoto (Osaka University) Nanopore-Organized Nanoparticle Arrays for Tunable Optical Materials Using Nanobioplar Electrodeposition – G. Crouch, D. Han (University of Notre Dame), S. Fullerton (University of Pittsburgh), D. B. Go, and P. W. Bohn (University of Notre Dame) Ex-Situ Evidence on the Transition of Anodic Nanopores into Nanotubes Formed on Iron – K. Shahzad, L. Fadillah (Hokkaido University), D. Kowalski (Hokkaido University, University of Warsaw), C. Zhu, Y. Aoki, and H. Habazaki (Hokkaido University) Anodic Oxidation of Bismuth Towards Various Nanostructures – H. Sopha and J. M. Macak (University of Pardubice)

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Passivity and Localized Corrosion Corrosion Universal 5, Expo Center

Passivity and Localized Corrosion of Metals and Alloys – 08:20 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Eiji Tada, Luis Frederico Pineiro Dick and Shinji Fujimoto 08:20

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Effect of Fe3+ Ion on Corrosion Behavior of 5083 Aluminum Alloy in Neutral Environment – I. Shinozaki (Reserch Laboratory,IHI Corporation) The Effect of Interstitial Carbon on Pitting Corrosion Resistance of Martensitic Carbon Steels – M. Kadowaki, I. Muto, Y. Sugawara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University), T. Doi, K. Kawano (Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation), and N. Hara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University) Effect of Inhibitor Modifications on Initial Localized Dealloying of Metallic Alloy Surfaces – S. Neupane (IMO Hasselt University, IMEC vzw. Division IMOMEC), P. Losada-Perez (IMO Hasselt University, Université Libre de Bruxelles(ULB)), and F. U. Renner (IMO Hasselt University, IMEC vzw. Division IMOMEC) The Effect of Hydrogen Absorption on the Passivity of Oxides on Carbon Steels – M. Goldman, C. Trully, D. Zagidulin, J. Noel, and D. Shoesmith (Western University) In-Operando Surface Chemistry of Zinc during Its Electro-Deposition and Dissolution in a Ni|Zn Battery – D. Turney, J. W. Gallaway, and G. G. Yadav (CUNY Energy Institute at the City College of New York)

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Effect of Molybdenum on Pit Initiation at Manganese Sulfide Inclusions in Stainless Steel – M. Nishimoto, I. Muto, Y. Sugawara, and N. Hara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University) The Electrochemistry of Copper Release from Austenitic Stainless Steels and Its Role in Localized Corrosion – S. Lillard, S. Mehrazi (University of Akron), J. L. Arnold (AK Steel), and R. Buchheit (The Ohio State University) Effect of Applied Stress on Pit Initiation of Sensitized Type 304 Stainless Steel in Chloride Solution – S. Tokuda, I. Muto, Y. Sugawara, and N. Hara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University) Single Event Experiment: A Powerful Approach for Studying Passivity Breakdown and Pitting Corrosion – S. Heurtault, S. Joiret, V. Vivier (LISE - Sorbonne Université CNRS), and F. Rouillard (DEN/DANS/DPC/ SCCME/LECNA) SVET Study of Amines Attack of MnS Inclusions and the Consequences for Pitting and SCC Nucleation – L. F. P. Dick, N. F. Lopes, T. Martins, and A. Pritzel dos Santos (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


Passivity and Localized Corrosion of Stainless Steels – 14:00 – 15:20 Co-Chairs: Eiji Tada and Scott Lillard 14:00

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The Role of Pitting at Mns Inclusions in Intergranular Corrosion of Sensitized Type 304 Stainless Steel in NaCl Solution – N. Ida (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry), I. Muto, Y. Sugawara, and N. Hara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University) The Role of Nitrate Ions in Repassivation of Crevice Corrosion on Type 316L Stainless Steel – T. Aoyama, Y. Sugawara, I. Muto, and N. Hara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University) Electrochemical Corrosion of the Stainless Steel 15-5PH and 17-4PH Passivation in Citric Acid – F. Almeraya (universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), M. Lara (Universidad Autonóma de Nuevo León), V. Bernal Ponce (Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon), C. G. Tiburcio, J. A. Cabral (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), D. Perez Ortiz (Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon), P. Zambrano (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), and D. M. Bastidas (The University of Akron) Localized Corrosion of Lean–Duplex Stainless Steel Reinforcements in Alkaline Solution – D. M. Bastidas (The University of Akron)

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Dielectric Science and Technology / Electronics and Photonics Universal 7, Expo Center

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Characterization and Simulation – 10:40 – 11:50 Co-Chairs: Durgamadhab Misra and Shadi Dayeh

Semiconductors, Dielectrics, and Metals for Nanoelectronics 16

High-k Dielectrics and Processing – 08:25 – 10:40 Co-Chairs: Durgamadhab Misra, Shadi Dayeh and Stefan De Gendt

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) PE-ALD Al2O3 Gate Dielectric for High Performance Ingaas Finfet Applications – E. Y. Chang, Q. H. Luc, H. B. Do, S. H. Huynh, and Y. C. Lin (National Chiao Tung University) Highly Selective Silicon Dry Chemical Etch Technique for Advanced FinFET Technology – Z. Bi, N. J. Loubet (IBM Research), A. Greene, C. Yeung, J. Zhang, T. Devarajan, M. Sankarapandian, H. Zhou, M. Wang (IBM Semiconductor Technology Research), R. Conti (IBM Research), N. Saulnier (IBM Semiconductor Technology Research), M. Stolfi, A. Bhatnagar, M. Cogorno, and J. Zhang (Applied Materials) The Relationship between the Oxygen Vacancies Density with the Electronic and Optical Properties of Hafnium Oxide – D. R. Islamov (Novosibirsk State University, Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics SB RAS), V. A. Gritsenko (Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics SB RAS, Novosibirsk State University), V. N. Kruchinin (Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics SB RAS), and M. S. Lebedev (Nikolaev Institute of Inorganic Chemistry SB RAS) Break

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

(Invited) Sub-Nm Quantification of Point Defects in Ceramics and Semiconductors Using Atom Probe Tomography – B. P. Gorman and D. R. Diercks (Colorado School of Mines) Simulations of Correlative Defect Forming in Hafnia – A. A. Pil’nik, A. A. Chernov (Novosibirsk State University, Kutateladze Institute of Thermophysics SB RAS), T. V. Perevalov (Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics SB RAS, Novosibirsk State University), and D. R. Islamov (Novosibirsk State University, Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics SB RAS) Electronic Structure of Tantalum Oxide with Oxygen Vacancy and Polyvacancy, Oxygen Interstitial, Tantalum Interstitial and Tantalum Substituting Oxygen – T. V. Perevalov (Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics SB RAS, Novosibirsk State University) and D. R. Islamov (Novosibirsk State University, Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics SB RAS)

Ferroelectric Materials and Devices – 13:25 – 16:30 Co-Chairs: Edward Yi Chang and Koji Kita 13:25 13:30 693 14:00

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Symposium Award Presentation (Invited) Apprehension of Large Coercive Field in Ferroelectric HfO2 Thin Films – S. Migita (AIST) (Invited) Surface Free Energy and Interfacial Strain in HfO2 and Hzo Ferroelectric Formation – E. Chagarov, M. Kavrik (University of California, San Diego), M. Katz, N. Stanford, A. Davydov (National Inst of Standards and Tech, Gaithersburg, MD), M. H. Lee (National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan), and A. C. Kummel (University of California, San Diego) (Invited) Technology Breakthrough by Ferroelectric HfO2 for Low Power Logic and Memory Applications – M. Kobayashi (Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo) Break

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(Invited) Teaching a New Dog Old Tricks:  Ferroelectric HfZrO Films and Devices – R. D. Clark (TEL Technology Center, America, LLC), K. Tapily (TEL Technology Centre, America, LLC), S. Consiglio (TEL Technology Center), C. S. Wajda (TEL Technology Center, America, LLC), K. Ni (University of Notre Dame), S. Dey, V. Mukundan, K. Beckman (SUNY Polytechnic Institute), G. J. Leusink (TEL Technology Center, America, LLC), N. Cady, A. C. Diebold (SUNY Polytechnic Institute), and S. Datta (University of Notre Dame) (Invited) Ferroelectric Oxides and Negative Capacitance for Ultra-low Power Computing – A. Khan (Georgia Institute of Technology) Chain Length Dependence of the Dielectric Constant and Polarizability in Conjugated Organic Thin Films – C. J. L. Van Dyck (Nanotechnology Research Centre), T. Marks, and M. A. Ratner (Northwestern University)

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D01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center •

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Devising the Specification of a Solar Cell Utilizing TiO2 Photoanode and Copper Oxides Photocathode – H. Nay Wunn, H. Tanifuji, S. Motoda, and M. Morita (Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology) Investigation of the Nanomechanical Properties of Titanium Oxide Films Synthesized Using Atomic Layer Deposition – Y. Mohammed, K. Zhang (Old Dominion University), H. Baumgart (Old Dominion University, ECE Department), and A. A. Elmustafa (Old Dominion University) Nanomechanical Properties of ALD Hafnium Oxide (HfO2) on Silicon-on-Insulator (SOI) and Strained Silicon-on-Insulator (sSOI) Films – Y. Mohammed, K. Zhang (Old Dominion University), H. Baumgart (Old Dominion University, ECE Department), and A. A. Elmustafa (Old Dominion University) KPFM and XPS Metrology of Self-Assembled Monolayer Barrier for Copper Metallization – R. Ofek Almog (Azrieli College of Engineering Jerusalem, Tel Aviv University), Y. Sverdlov (Tel Aviv University), K. Kadan, L. Burstein, R. Dagan (Tel- Aviv University), and Y. Shacham-Diamand (Tel Aviv University)

Surface Characterization and Manipulation for Electronic Applications Dielectric Science and Technology / Electronics and Photonics Universal 12, Expo Center

D06 Session 2 – 08:00 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Christina A. Hacker and Yaw S. Obeng 08:00

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Break (Invited) Low Temperature Thermal ALD TiNx and TaNx Films from Anhydrous N2H4 – S. Wolf, M. Breeden, M. Kavrik, J. H. Park (University of California, San Diego), D. Alvarez Jr., R. Holmes (RASIRC), J. Spiegelman (Rasirc), and A. C. Kummel (University of California, San Diego) Atomic Scale Growth Processes of Thin Films As Revealed By Fast Surface X-Ray Diffraction – T. Shirasawa (Japan Science and Technology Agency), W. Voelgeli, E. Arakawa, T. Takahashi (Tokyo Gakugei University), and T. Matsushita (Photon Factory, KEK) Chemical-State-Discriminated Hard X-Ray Photoelectron Diffraction Study for Polar InN – Y. Yamashita, A. Yang (National Institute for Materials Science), and K. Kobayashi (Japan Atomic Energy Agency) (Invited) Spectroscopy and Photocurrents in All-Carbon Molecular Electronic Devices – S. R. Smith, A. Najarian, M. Supur, and R. McCreery (University of Alberta)

D06 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center •

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Morphology-Dependent Performance of NiO Via Facile and Controllable Synthesis for Electrochemical Methane Activation – L. Peng (donghua university) and J. Qiao (Donghua University)

Electrodeposition for Energy Application 4 Electrodeposition / Battery / Energy Technology Universal 8, Expo Center

Electrodeposition for Electrocatalysis 1 – 08:00 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Stephen Ambrozik and Stanko R. Brankovic 08:00 08:10 795

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Design, Analysis and Understanding of Electrochemical Interfaces for Energy Storage and Conversion – P. Strasser (Technical University Berlin) (Invited) Controllable Deposition of Platinum Layers on Oxide Surfaces for the Synthesis of Fuel Cell Catalysts – M. B. Vukmirovic, K. A. Kuttiyiel, R. R. Adzic (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory), and H. Meng (Jinan University) Break (Invited) Growth and Catalytic Performance of Pd and Pd-Pt Alloy Ultrathin Films on Au By Surface Limited Redox Replacement of H UPD Layers in One-Cell Configuration – N. Dimitrov, I. Achari (Department of Chemistry, Binghamton University, SUNY), and S. Ambrozik (National Institute of Standards and Technology, NIST)

(Invited) Using Surface Chemistry to Direct the Morphology and Deposition of Thin Films and Nanoobjects of Materials for Electronics – A. V. Walker (University of Texas at Dallas) (Invited) Conjugated Polymer Brushes: A New Platform to Investigate Intramolecular Charge Transport? – W. You and I. Vonwald (UNC Chapel Hill) AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Universal 3, Expo Center

F01 Session 1 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: John A. Staser, Douglas P. Riemer and Neal Dawson-Elli 08:00

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Electrodeposition for Solar Energy Conversion – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Natasa Vasiljevic and Giovanni Zangari 14:00

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(Invited) Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting Devices By Electrochemical Processing – Y. Xu, R. Ahmed, and G. Zangari (University of Virginia) Electrodeposition of Mo/Zn/Cu/Sn Unconventional Stack for CZTS Thin Films Synthesis – G. Panzeri, R. Dell’Oro (Politecnico di Milano), D. Müller (ETH Zürich), and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano) Electrodeposited ZnO-Based, OrganicDye Sensitized Solar Cells: Advantages and Limitations – E. J. Canto Aguilar (CINVESTAV-Mérida), M. J. Rodríguez Pérez (Universidad Autónoma de Campeche), R. García Rodríguez (CINVESTAV-Mérida), A. T. De Denko, F. E. Osterloh (University of California-Davis), and G. Oskam (CINVESTAV-Mérida) Co-Mn Oxide Electrodeposition for High Temperature Solar-to-Thermal Energy Conversion Systems – M. Cetina Dorantes, F. I. Lizama Tzec, and G. Oskam (CINVESTAVMérida)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

Electrodeposition of a Selective Coating Based on Black Cobalt on Stainless Steel (AISI 304) and Inconel 600 Substrates for Solar-toThermal Energy Conversion – D. M. HerreraZamora, F. I. Lizama-Tzec, O. Arés-Muzio, and G. Oskam (CINVESTAV-Mérida)

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Precious Metal Oxide Loading Reduction of Dimensionally Stable Electrodes for Oxygen Evolution Reaction – S. Mitsushima (Institute of Advabced Sciences, Yokohama Nat. Univ., Green Hydrogen Research Center, Yokohama Nat. Univ.), M. Nagai, and Y. Kuroda (Green Hydrogen Research Center, Yokohama Nat. Univ.) Nanostructured Ni and Ni-Pd Catalysts for Glycerol Electro-Oxidation in Alkaline Media – M. S. E. Houache, K. Hughesa, A. Ahmed (University of Ottawa), R. Safari (mcmaster university), G. A. Botton (McMaster University), and E. A. Baranova (University of Ottawa) What Can Electrochemistry Learn from Chess? Using Data Science to Speed up Optimization of Electrochemical Models – N. Dawson-Elli (University of Washington, Seattle), S. Kolluri (University of Washington), and V. R. Subramanian (University of Washington, Seattle) Development of a Black Liquor Electrolyzer for Lignin Extraction – I. C. Belo, R. C. P. Oliveira (CeFEMA, Instituto Superior Técnico, ULisboa), M. Mateus, J. C. M. Bordado (CERENA, Instituto Superior Técnico, ULisboa), P. Pinto (Forest and Paper Research Institute - RAIZ, Portugal), and D. M. F. Santos (CeFEMA, Instituto Superior Técnico, ULisboa) Electrocatalytic Reduction of Carbon Dioxide Using Graphene/Cotmpyp-Based Coatings – Y. Bochlin (Ben Gurion University), E. Korin, and A. Bettlehiem (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev) Competition Between Electrons and OH Radicals in Plasma Electrolysis – H. E. Delgado, D. C. Martin, P. Rumbach, D. Bartels, and D. B. Go (University of Notre Dame) Break Electrocatalytic Properties of Graphitic C3N4/ MoS2 composite As Counter Electrode for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells – B. Pang, Y. Shi, S. Lin (Qingdao University of Science and Technology), and L. Dong (Hamline University, Qingdao University of Science and Technology) A Novel Electrochemical Approach to Study the Interaction of Blinding Agents with PregRobbers in Carbonaceous Gold Systems – P. Hosseini-Benhangi (The University of British Columbia), M. Tomlinson (Goldcorp Incorporation), and E. Asselin (The University of British Columbia) 81

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(Invited) Self-Terminated Electrodeposition Reactions – T. P. Moffat (NIST), Y. Liu (Lam Research Corporation), S. H. Ahn (Chung-Ang University), N. L. Ritzert (Theiss Research/NIST), R. Wang (NIST), E. Gillette (University of Maryland), D. Gokcen (National Institute of Standards and Technology), H. Tan (NIST, Gaithersburg, MD, USA), C. Hangarter (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), L. Bendersky (NIST), U. Bertocci (National Institute of Standards and Technology), and H. You (Argonne National Laboratory) Co-Deposition of Catalytic Pt-Rh Thin Films in the Self-Terminated Regime – S. Ambrozik (National Institute of Standards and Technology, NIST), N. Dimitrov (Department of Chemistry, Binghamton University, SUNY), and T. P. Moffat (NIST) In Situ stress Measurements during StrainedLayer Electrodeposition – G. R. Stafford (National Institute of Standards and Technology), S. Ambrozik (National Institute of Standards and Technology, NIST), U. Bertocci (National Institute of Standards and Technology), Y. Liu (Lam Research Corporation), M. C. Lafouresse, and T. P. Moffat (National Institute of Standards and Technology) The Synthesis and Characterization of Atomically-Thin Pt Monolayer to Multilayer Pt Films on Graphene and MoS2 and Their Application for ORR and HER – F. M. Alamgir, C. Arnold, M. T. McDowell, J. Kacher (Georgia Institute of Technology), and J. H. Warner (University of Oxford) Design and Electrocatalytic Properties of Pt - Pd/Au Nanostructures – N. Vasiljevic, Z. Al Amri (School of Physics, University of Bristol), and B. C. Rawlings (University of Bristol)


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Self-Assembled Anode Catalysts with Excellent Durability for Alkaline Water Electrolysis Using Novel Hybrid Cobalt Hydroxide Nanosheets – Y. Kuroda (Green Hydrogen Research Center, Yokohama Nat. Univ.) and S. Mitsushima (Institute of Advabced Sciences, Yokohama Nat. Univ., Green Hydrogen Research Center, Yokohama Nat. Univ.) Electrochemical Removal of Copper Contamination in Anodizing Baths – E. A. Perez (CIDETEQ), F. F. Rivera (CONACYTCIDETEQ), R. antaño Lopez, and J. TorresGonzález (CIDETEQ) An Entropic Approach for Controlled Testing of Electrochemical Components – D. R. Bruce (Sagacious Design)

F01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center •

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Electrochemical Kinetic Modeling for the Conversion of Carbon Dioxide to Carbon Monoxide on Gold Surfaces – S. M. Brown, M. J. Orella, Y. W. Hsiao (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and F. R. Brushett (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research) Electrochemical Generation of Sulfur Vacancies in the Basal Plane of MoS2 for Hydrogen Evolution – S. PARK, C. Tsai (STANFORD UNIVERSITY), H. Li (nanyang technological university), J. Nørskov (Stanford University, SUNCAT Center for Interface Science and Catalysis), F. Abild-Pedersen (SLAC), and X. Zheng (Stanford Univeristy) Optimization of the Anodic Dissolution of the Superalloy Inconel 718 – M. Msakni Malouche (Institut Jean Lamour, CNRS), N. Stein (Institut Jean Lamour CNRS Université de Lorraine), J. Lecomte (Safran Aircraft Engines), C. Boulanger (Universite de Lorraine - Institut Jean Lamour), and M. Rancic (Safran Aircraft Engines) An Analysis of Transient Impedance-like Diagnostic Signals in Batteries – L. Teo (University of Washington), M. Pathak (BattGenie Inc.), S. Kolluri (University of Washington), N. Dawson-Elli (University of Washington, Seattle), D. T. Schwartz (University of Washington), and V. R. Subramanian (University of Washington, Seattle) Flexible Free-Standing and Binder-Free Porous Carbon Cloth (C-Felt) for Lithium-Ion Battery Anodes – E. E. Kalu (Florida A&M University - Florida State University COE), V. G. Watson (Florida A&M University), Y. D. Yeboah (FAMU-FSU College of Engineering), and M. H. Weatherspoon (Florida A&M University - Florida State University) A Novel Inverse Analysis Method to Identify Concentration and Current Density Distributions on Electrode Surface – T. Ishii, K. Amaya, and Y. Onishi (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Efficient Production of Biorenewable Monomers from Paired Electrocatalytic Hydrogenation and Oxidation of 5-(Hydroxymethyl)Furfural – X. Chadderdon, D. J. Chadderdon, and W. Li (Iowa State University)

Nanostructured Cu-Sn Alloy for Actively and Selectively Converting CO2 to CO – W. Ju (Empa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science), J. Zeng (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia), D. Rentsch (Empa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science), H. Ma (Empa – Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science), M. Castellino, K. Bejtka, C. F. Pirri (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia), U. F. Vogt (Empa – Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science), and C. Battaglia (Empa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science) Operando XAS Studies: Electro-Reduction of CO2 on Nanoporous Cu Foams – B. Hecker and M. Oezaslan (Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg) Optimized Process Conditions for Hydrogen Peroxide Generating Gas Diffusion Electrodes – T. Muddemann (Clausthal University of Technology), D. R. Haupt, M. Sievers (CUTEC-Institut GmbH), and U. Kunz (Clausthal University of Technology) Cadmium Refining in Chloride Melts Using a Bipolar-Electrode Electrolyzer – A. V. Blyznyuk, V. F. Kozin, and R. N. Savchuk (Institute of General & Inorganic Chemistry) Influence of Samarium on Hydrogen Absorption during the Nickel Electrodeposition on Palladium – L. Flores (CIDETEQ Center for R&D in Electrochemistry), J. R. Lopez (Universidad Autonoma de Sinaloa), G. Trejo, J. D. J. Perez, R. Antaño López, J. Mojica, and Y. Meas (CIDETEQ Center for R&D in Electrochemistry) Synthesis and Supercapacitance of Co3O4 Supported Porous Carbon Derived from Biomass – Z. Cui, X. Gao, J. Yu, H. Dong, Q. Zhang (Qingdao University of Science and Technology), and L. Dong (Hamline University, Qingdao University of Science and Technology) Nickel–Cobalt–Sulfide Catalyst Derived from MOF-74 for Oxygen Reduction Reactions – X. Gao, Z. Cui (Qingdao University of Science and Technology), L. Cao (China University of Petroleum (East China)), J. Yu, H. Dong, J. Sui, M. Zhao (Qingdao University of Science and Technology), and L. Dong (Hamline University, Qingdao University of Science and Technology) Electrochemical Studies of Bio-Oils: Conversion and Upgrading – T. Silva (Instituto Superior Técnico, ULisboa), D. M. F. Santos (CeFEMA, Instituto Superior Técnico, ULisboa), and J. Condeco (CERENA, Instituto Superior Técnico, ULisboa) A Hydrodynamic and Mass Transfer Study Based on Modeling and Numerical Simulation of an Electrocoagulation Process for Sulfate Ions Removal – G. Carreño, P. Vizguerra Morales, J. C. Baltazar Vera, M. J. Puy y Alquiza, X. V. Delgado Galván, J. J. Mora Rodríguez, and A. F. Aguilera (Universidad de Guanajuato)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


G01

Semiconductor Wafer Bonding: Science, Technology, and Applications 15

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(Invited) Room Temperature Wafer Bonding of Wide Bandgap Semiconductors – F. Mu (School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo), Y. Wang (Kunshan Branch, Institute of Microelectronics of CAS, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences), and T. Suga (School of Engineering, Univ. Tokyo) Direct Wafer Bonding of GaN for Power Devices Applications – V. Dragoi, N. Razek (EV Group), E. Guiot, R. Caulmilone (Soitec), M. Liao, Y. S. Wang (University of California, Los Angeles), M. S. Goorsky (University of California Los Angeles), and S. Graham (Georgia Institute of Technology) GaN LED on Quartz Substrate through Wafer Bonding and Layer Transfer Processes – K. H. Lee (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems), Y. Wang (Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research & Technology), L. Zhang (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems), S. J. Chua (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems, National University of Singapore), E. A. Fitzgerald (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and C. S. Tan (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems, Nanyang Technological University) (Invited) Thermal-Expansion Matched and CMOS Fab-Friendly Engineered Substrates Enabling Unmatched Cost, Performance & Application Scale for GaN Devices – V. Odnoblyudov (Qromis, Inc.)

Fundamental and Characterization – 10:20 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Karl D. Hobart and Vladimir Odnoblyudov 10:20

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(Invited) Water Transport Along Si/Si Direct Wafer Bonding Interfaces – F. Rieutord (CEAINAC, Univ. Grenoble Alpes), F. Fournel (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LETI), V. Larrey, M. Tedjini (Univ. Grenoble Alpes), S. Tardif (UGA, CEA, CNRS, INAC-MEM, 38000 Grenoble, France), C. Morales, C. Bridoux (CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus), D. Landru (SOITEC, Parc Techno des Fontaines F-38190 Bernin, France), and O. Kononchuk (SOITEC) Bonding Yield Analysis of Enclosed Structures – J. Visker (Imec), G. Fiorentino, and L. Peng (imec) Impact of Multiple Debonding on Adhesion Energy – F. Fournel, V. Larrey (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LETI), F. Rieutord (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, INAC, MEM), C. Morales, C. Bridoux, G. Mauguen, and S. Lobo (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LETI)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

Characterization of Wafer-Bonded OxideFree Silicon with Surfaces Treated with an Ion-Bombardment Procedure – M. Liao, C. Li (University of California, Los Angeles), C. Flötgen (EV Group), and M. S. Goorsky (University of California Los Angeles)

Adhesive, Anodic and Temporary Bonding – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Roy Knechtel and François Rieutord 14:00

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(Invited) Adhesive Wafer Bonding for Heterogeneous System Integration – S. J. Bleiker, V. Dubois, S. Schröder, F. Ottonello Briano, K. B. Gylfason, G. Stemme, and F. Niklaus (KTH Royal Institute of Technology) Benefits of Live View of Bond Formation and Alignment for Adhesive Bonding Characterisation – A. Draisey, T. Rogers, and A. Malik (Applied Microengineering Ltd) Temporary Bonding Technologies for Thin Wafer Handling – P. Mazumder, R. Bellman, R. G. Manley, I. Bhattacharyya, and K. Adib (Corning Research and Development Corporation) Temporary Bonding for High Temperature Processing of Thin Glass Using Plasma Activated DLC Layer – R. Bellman, P. Mazumder, R. G. Manley, K. Adib, and S. Liu (Corning Research and Development Corporation) Anodic-like Wafer Bonding of Copper/Silicon Done at Room Temperature by Schottky Barrier Structure – B. T. H. Lee and L. Cheng (Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, National Central Univ.)

Atomic Layer Deposition Applications 14

Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology Universal 16, Expo Center

Tutorial on Atomic Layer Etching – 08:00 – 09:00 Co-Chairs: Fred Roozeboom 08:00

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(Invited) Etching of Advanced Semiconductor Devices – T. Lill (Lam Research)

Area Selective Deposition – 09:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Andrea Illiberi and J. W. Elam 09:00

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(Invited) Continued Device Miniaturization Enabled By New Materials Innovations and Advanced Patterning Schemes – M. Saly (Applied Materials) Break (Invited) Using Amorphous Carbon to Enable Area-Selective Atomic Layer Deposition for Advanced Patterning Applications – E. C. Stevens (North Carolina State University, IMEC), Y. Tomczak (imec, Belgium), B. T. Chan, E. Altamirano-Sánchez (IMEC), G. N. Parsons (North Carolina State University), and A. Delabie (imec)

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Bonding of Wide Bandgap Semiconductor – 08:00 – 09:40 Co-Chairs: Helmut Baumgart and Frank NIklaus 08:00

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Inherent Area-Selective Growth and Nucleation Enhancement during Ru ALD Using the RuO4-Precursor and H2-Gas – M. M. Minjauw (Department of Solid State Sciences, Ghent University), H. Rijckaert, I. Van Driessche (Department of Chemistry, Ghent University), C. Detavernier, and J. Dendooven (Department of Solid State Sciences, Ghent University) New Process Concepts Towards AreaSelective Atomic Layer Deposition and Atomic Layer Etching of Zinc Oxide – A. Mameli (Eindhoven University of Technology), M. A. Verheijen (Philips Innovation Services), B. Karasulu (Eindhoven University of Technology, University of Cambridge), A. J. M. Mackus, W. M. M. Kessels, and F. Roozeboom (Eindhoven University of Technology) (Invited) Precursor Innovations Directed Toward the Area Selective, Thermal Atomic Layer Deposition of Electropositive Metal Thin Films – C. H. Winter (Wayne State University)

History of Atomic Layer Deposition – 12:00 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Chanyuan Liu and Fred Roozeboom 12:00

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(Invited) Learnings from an Open Science Effort: Virtual Project on the History of ALD – R. L. Puurunen (Aalto University School of Chemical Engineering)

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SiGe, Ge, and Related Compounds: Materials, Processing, and Devices 8 Electronics and Photonics Universal 13, Expo Center

Optoelectronics 3 – 08:00 – 09:40 Co-Chair: Gianlorenzo Masini 08:00

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Atomic Layer Deposition Materials – 14:00 – 15:20 Co-Chairs: O. van der Straten and Stefan De Gendt 14:00

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(Invited) A Comparative Study of LowTemperature III-V Nitrides ALD in Thermal and Radical-Enhanced Modes – A. Y. Kovalgin (MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnology, University of Twente) Ferroelectricity of HfxZr1−XO2 Thin Films Fabricated Using TiN Stressor Layer and ZrO2 Nucleation Layer – T. Onaya (Meiji University, National Institute for Materials Science), T. Nabatame (National Institute for Materials Science), N. Sawamoto (Meiji University), K. Kurishima (Meiji University, National Institute for Materials Science), A. Ohi, N. Ikeda, T. Nagata (National Institute for Materials Science), and A. Ogura (Meiji University) Optical, Structural, and Resistive Switching Characteristics of Atomic-Layer-Deposited ZnO Films with Their Thickness Variation – T. Lee, Y. Jung, S. Seong, S. Y. Kim, I. S. Park, and J. H. Ahn (Hanyang University)

Emerging Atomic Layer Deposition Applications – 15:20 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Jolien Dendooven and O. van der Straten 15:20

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(Invited) Atomic Layer Deposition in Life Science Applications – G. Sundaram (VeecoCNT)

(Invited) Development of Si-Based Sigesn Technique Towards Short-Wave and MidInfrared Applications – S. Q. Yu (University of Arkansas), W. Du (Wilkes University), S. A. Ghetmiri (University of Arkansas), A. Mosleh (University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff), J. Margetis, J. Tolle (ASM America), J. Liu (Dartmouth College), M. Mortazavi (University of Arkansas at Pine Bluf), G. Sun, R. Soref (University of Massachusetts Boston), and B. Li (Arktonics, LLC) (Invited) Heterogeneous Integration of III-V Semiconductors on Si Photonics Platform – T. Hiraki, T. Aihara, K. Hasebe, T. Fujii, K. Takeda, H. Nishi, T. Tsuchizawa, T. Kakitsuka, H. Fukuda, and S. Matsuo (NTT Corporation) IR-Photodetector Fabrication on Suspended Gesn Thin Layers – A. Abedin, K. Garidis, P. E. Hellström (KTH Royal Institute of Technology), and M. Ostling (KTH) Structure and Optoelectronic Properties of Atomically Random Sn-Rich Gesn Semiconductors – S. Assali, J. Nicolas (École Polytechnique de Montréal), S. Mukherjee (Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal), É. Bouthillier, A. Attiaoui, and O. Moutanabbir (École Polytechnique de Montréal)

G03 Plenary – 10:00 – 11:40 Co-Chair: David L. Harame 10:00

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(Keynote) Contemporary and Future Logic Devices – W. P. Maszara (GLOBALFOUNDRIES) (Keynote) Silicon-Germanium: Enabler of Moore’s Law – T. J. K. Liu and F. Ding (University of California, Berkeley)

Related Compounds – 13:00 – 14:30 Co-Chair: Matty Caymax 13:00

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(Invited) 2D Materials for Electronic and Optoelectronic Applications: Growth and Device Integration – G. Bacher (University Duisburg-Essen) (Invited) Atomic Layer Deposition for the Synthesis and Integration of 2D Materials for Nanoelectronics – A. A. Bol (Eindhoven University of Technology) (Invited) Scalable, Layer-Controlled Synthesis of 2D Semiconductors – D. Chiappe (imec, Belgium), S. El Kazzi (IMEC), V. Afanasiev (KU Leuven, Belgium), A. Leonhardt, J. Ludwig (imec, Belgium), U. Celano (imec), S. Brems (imec vzw), G. Pourtois (University of Antwerp, Belgium), M. Caymax, T. Schram (imec, Belgium), C. Huyghebaert (imec vzw), I. Asselberghs (imec, Belgium), S. De Gendt (imec), and I. Radu (imec, Belgium)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


Emerging Applications – 14:40 – 16:10 Co-Chair: Mikael Ostling 14:40

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G03 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center •

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Propertities of Modes of Compound Cavity in Quasicrystal Under Low Index-Contrast – Y. Cai, Z. Wang (Beijing Jiaotong University), X. Chen (School of Science,Minzu University of China), C. Li (Minzu University fo China), S. Feng, and Y. Wang (School of Science,Minzu University of China) Optical Pumped Gesn Waveguides Room Temperature Amplified Spontaneous Emission Observation – Z. Li (Dept. of Electro-Optics and Photonics, Univ. of Dayton), J. Mathews (Physics Dept., University of Dayton), Y. Zhao (Dept. of Electro-Optics and Photonics, Univ. of Dayton), J. D. Gallagher (Department of Physics, Arizona State Univ.), D. Lombardo (Dept. of Electro-Optics and Photonics, Univ. of Dayton), I. Agha (Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Dayton), J. Kouvetakis (School of Molecular Science, Arizona State Univ.), and J. Menendez (Dept. of Physics, Arizona State Univ.) Multiple-Parameter-Detected SiliconBased Photonic Crystal Biosensor Based on Defect-Mode Coupling – S. Feng (School of Science,Minzu University of China), X. Chen (Minzu University of China), C. Li (Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences), and Y. Wang (School of Science,Minzu University of China) Selective Area Growth of InGaAs/InP Quantum Well Nanowires on SOI Substrate – Y. Li (Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences), M. Wang (Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences), X. Fang (Peking University), Y. He, P. Wang, Z. Li (Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences), X. Zhou (Institute of Semiconductors), H. Yu (Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences), W. Chen (Peking University), and J. Pan (Institute of Semiconductors)

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Materials, Formulation, and Processes for Semiconductor, 2.5 and 3D Chip Packaging, and High Density Interconnection PCB Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology Universal 15, Expo Center

Semiconductor Process 1 – 09:00 – 11:20 Co-Chairs: Wei-Ping Dow, Masanori Hayase, Lingyun Wei, Kazuo Kondo, Fred Roozeboom, Gangadhara Mathad, Mitsumasa Koyanagi and Yasuhiko Takeno 09:00

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

Improving the Performance of the Optical Antenna for Integrated LIDAR with Optical Phased Arrays through High Contrast Grating Structure on SOI Substrate – P. Wang, Z. Li, H. Yu (Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences), Y. Li (University of Chinese Academy of Sciences), Q. Tang, W. Zhao (Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences), X. Zhou (Institute of Semiconductors), W. Chen (Peking University), Y. Zhang (Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences), and J. Pan (Institute of Semiconductors) Fabrication of Homogeneous Ultra-Thin Sige-on-Insulator Layer for Thermoelectric Applications – C. P. Goyal (GSST, Shizuoka University, Hamamatsu, Japan, SRM University, Chennai, India), M. Omprakash, K. Mutoh (RIE, Shizuoka University, Hamamatsu, Japan), S. Nishino (Toyota Technological Institute, Nagoya, Japan), T. Matsuki (Waseda University, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan, AIST, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan), M. Navaneethan (SRM University, Chennai, T.N., India), T. Watanabe (Waseda University, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan), Y. Shimura (GSST, Shizuoka University, Hamamatsu, Japan, RIE, Shizuoka University, Hamamatsu, Japan), T. Takeuchi (Toyota Technological Institute, Nagoya, Japan), S. Ponnusamy (SRM University, Chennai, T.N., India), Y. Hayakawa, and H. Ikeda (GSST, Shizuoka University, Hamamatsu, Japan, RIE, Shizuoka University, Hamamatsu, Japan) High Density Formation and Magnetoelectronic Transport Properties of Fe3si Nanodots – H. Zhang, K. Makihara, M. Ikeda, A. Ohta, and S. Miyazaki (Nagoya University) Reliability of Silicon Avalanche Photodetector in Geiger Mode – Y. Zuo, T. Liu, L. Zhou, J. Zheng (Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences), C. Li (School of Science, Minzu University of China), B. Cheng, and Q. Wang (Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences) Metal-Semiconductor-Metal Photodetector with Interdigitated Graphene Finger Electrodes Fabricated on Ge Epilayer Grown on Si Substrate – K. Zagarzusem, M. Zumuukhorol, and C. J. Choi (Chonbuk National University)

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(Invited) Electrodeposition of Copper and Cobalt in Presence of Some Organic Additives – Q. Huang, T. W. Lyons, Y. Hu, and W. D. Sides (The University of Alabama)

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(Invited) Ion Trap Quantum Computing - a New Computing Regime – M. Mukherjee (Centre for Quantum Technologies, NUS, Singapore) (Invited) Heterogeneous Integration Maintaining the Pace of Progress as Moore’s Law Slows – B. Bottoms (3MTS) (Invited) The New Silicon Industry: Silicon CMOS ASICs Incorporating Compound Semiconductors – E. A. Fitzgerald (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems, Massachusetts Institute of Technology)


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Superconformal Cu Electrodeposition – T. P. Moffat, G. Liu (NIST), S. Zou (American University), L. Y. Ou Yang, T. Braun, M. Walker, D. Wheeler, L. Richter, and D. Josell (NIST) Break Megasonic Enhanced Photo Resist Removal Using Unique Solvent Free Phase-Fluids on an Advanced Single Wafer Resist Processing System – D. Dussault (ProSys Megasonics), M. Weinhart, T. Zenger (EV Group E.Thallner GmbH), and I. Eichinger (intelligent fluids GmbH) (Invited) Electro/Electroless Grafting of Organic Dielectric Film on Silicon Surface and Its Application on through Silicon Via – M. Li, T. Hang, Y. Liu, J. Zhang, H. Ling, A. Hu, and L. Gao (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)

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State-of-the-Art Program on Compound Semiconductors 61 (SOTAPOCS 61) Electronics and Photonics Universal 24, Expo Center

Wide Bandgap Devices – 08:30 – 11:50 Co-Chairs: Jennifer K Hite and Mark S. Goorsky 08:30

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Processing Materials and Integration of Damascene and 3D Interconnects 9 – 11:20 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Kazuo Kondo, T. Ritzdorf and Fred Roozeboom 11:20

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Reduction of Stress in Copper TSV Due to Annealing By the Low TCE Copper – Q. Dinh (Fine Feature Electrodeposition Research Laboratory, Kyoto University), K. Kondo (Osaka Prefecture University), and T. Hirato (Kyoto University) What Happens to Low TCE Copper with Annealing – K. Kondo (Osaka Prefecture University) Effect of Polystyrene-Sulfonate Surfactant on Reduction of Remaining Abrasives and Surface Roughness in Tungsten-Film Chemical-Mechanical-Polishing – E. B. Seo, S. Kim, J. Bae, S. Kim (Hanyang university), J. Park (UB materias Inc.), and J. G. Park (Hanyang University)

Semiconductor Process 2 – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Wei-Ping Dow, Kazuo Kondo, Lingyun Wei, Gangadhara Mathad, Mitsumasa Koyanagi, Fred Roozeboom and Yasuhiko Takeno 14:00

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Low Temperature Microwave Anneal in FinFET Fabrication – J. Kassim, R. T. P. Lee, R. Krishnan (GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc.), J. Yang (IBM Research), D. Ferrer, Y. Shusterman, I. Ramirez, and B. Krishnan (GLOBALFOUNDRIES Inc.) Self-Healing Effect of Wet-Processed Organic SAM Diffusion Barrier Layer Using Polymer Capped Palladium Nanoclusters – W. Y. Wang and T. C. Wei (National Tsing-Hua University) (Invited) Extendibility of Copper Metallization and Alternative Conductors in 7nm Node and Beyond – T. Nogami (IBM Research) A Study on the Diamond Wear Mechanism of Conditioner during W CMP in 3D NAND – D. W. Oh (Samsung Electronics) Size Estimation of Copper Plating Additives Using a High-Speed AFM – R. Ikuta, T. Akita, and M. Hayase (Tokyo University of Science)

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(Invited) High-Speed GaN-Based MicroScale Light-Emitting Diodes for Visible-Light Communication – D. Feezell, M. Monavarian, A. Rashidi, and A. Aragon (University of New Mexico) (Invited) the Progress and Outlook of GaN Laser Devices – J. Han (Department of Electrical Engineering, Yale University) Break (Invited) Process Development for GaN-Based Photoconductive Semiconductor Switches (PCSS) – T. J. Anderson, A. D. Koehler, L. E. Luna, J. C. Gallagher, J. K. Hite, M. A. Mastro, A. G. Jacobs, B. Feigelson, K. D. Hobart, and F. J. Kub (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory) (Invited) Advanced GaN Device Technologies for Power Electronics Applications – G. W. Pickrell, A. M. Armstrong, A. A. Allerman, M. H. Crawford (Sandia National Laboratories), D. Feezell, M. Monavarian, I. Stricklin (University of New Mexico), F. J. Zutavern, A. Mar, E. Hirsch, J. D. Flicker, J. J. Delhotal (Sandia National Laboratories), J. D. Teague, J. M. Lehr (University of New Mexico), K. C. Cross, C. E. Glaser, M. S. Van Heukelom, R. J. Gallegos, V. H. Bigman, and R. J. Kaplar (Sandia National Laboratories) (Invited) III-V Piezoelectrics for Sensors, Actuators, and Resonators – B. Griffin (Sandia National Laboratories) Vertical and Lateral GaN Power Devices Enabled By Engineered GaN Substrates – L. E. Luna (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), T. J. Anderson (NRL), A. D. Koehler (Naval Research Laboratory), M. J. Tadjer (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), O. Aktas (Qromis), K. D. Hobart (Naval Research Laboratory), and F. J. Kub (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory)

Wide Bandgap Materials – 13:30 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Travis J Anderson and Lunet E Luna 13:30

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(Invited) High Performance & Scalable GaN Device Manufacturing Status on 8-Inch Diameter QST® Platform – C. Basceri (QROMIS, Inc.) (Invited) Integration of Diamond with GaN for Thermal Management in High Power Applications – M. S. Goorsky (University of California Los Angeles), Y. S. Wang (University of California, Los Angeles), T. Bai (UCLA), T. I. Feygelson, M. J. Tadjer (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), K. D. Hobart (Naval Research Laboratory), and S. Graham (Georgia Institute of Technology)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Introductory Remarks (Invited) Thin Film Transistor Technologies: From Research Results to Higher Education Towards Forthcoming Multidisciplinary Connected Objects – O. Bonnaud (University of Rennes 1 and GIP-CNFM), A. Bsiesy Sr. (Centre Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique, LTM, CIME Nanotech Grenoble INP), and L. Pichon (Universite of Rennes1, France) (Invited) Technology Trend of Poly-Si TFT from Viewpoints of Crystallization and Device Performance – N. Matsuo, A. Heya (University of Hyogo), and H. Hamada (Kinki University) (Invited) Analysis of a Molten Region on Amorphous Silicon Film By High-Speed Camera and Contactless Temperature Measurement during Atmospheric Pressure Thermal Plasma Jet Annealing – Y. Mizukawa, H. Hanafusa, and S. Higashi (Hiroshima University) Break (Invited) Advanced Crystallization Using Blue Laser-Diode Annealing for Low Temperature Poly Si TFTs – T. Noguchi (Faculty of Engineering, University of the Ryukyus) (Invited) Catalytic Chemical Vapor Deposition Technology for Low Temperature Processing of Thin Film Transistors – W. S. Hong (University of Seoul) (Invited) Dual-Gate and Gate-All-Around Polycrystalline Silicon Nanowires Field Effect Transistors: Characterization and Applications – A. C. Salaun and L. Pichon (Universite of Rennes1, France) Integration Challenges of Flash Lamp Annealed Ltps for High Performance CMOS TFTs – G. Packard, A. Rosenfeld, V. Garg, R. Chowdhury (Rochester Institute of Technology), R. G. Manley (Corning Research and Development Corporation), and K. D. Hirschman (Rochester Institute of Technology)

TFT Materials 1 – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Karl D Hirschman 14:00

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Poly-Si TFTs – 07:50 – 11:50 Co-Chairs: Yue Kuo, Michael Shur and Junghwan Kim

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(Invited) High-Performance Thin-Film Transistors Based on Metal Oxynitride Semiconductors – H. D. Kim and H. S. Kim (Chungnam National University)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

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(Invited) New p-Type Oxide Semiconductor with High Hole Mobility over 7 cm2/Vs Formed By Solution Process – S. H. Cho, S. Nam, C. S. Hwang, and S. J. Lee (ETRI) (Invited) Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Perovskite Tfts with MoO3 Modified Electrodes – J. Li, J. Xu, L. Tang, P. Ze, Z. Zhou, and J. Zhang (Institute of Photo-Electronics, Nankai University) (Invited) 2D Semiconductor Materials for Thin Film Transistor Applications – D. Pribat (CNRS/Ecole polytechnique)

Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Electronic and Photonic Devices 11 Electronics and Photonics Universal 20, Expo Center

Charles W. Tobias Young Investigator Award Address – 08:30 – 09:10 Co-Chair: Yu-Lun Chueh 08:30

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(Charles W. Tobias Young Investigator Award) Overcoming the Materials Science Challenges to Nanocarbon Electronics – M. S. Arnold (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Two Dimensional Materials 1 – 09:30 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Yu-Lun Chueh and Daisuke Kiriya 09:30

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(Invited) Two-Dimensional Metal Chalcogenide Semiconductors: Design, Synthesis and Applications – J. He (National Center for Nanoscience and Technology) (Invited) Synthesis of Novel Two-Dimensional Nanomaterials for Device Applications – H. Zhang (Nanyang Technological University) (Invited) Investigation of Thickness, Symmetry and Defects in 2D Telluride Materials with Raman Spectroscopy – M. Pan (Huazhong University of Science and Technology), H. Yuan (Huazhong University of Science and Techlonogy), and Y. Cao (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) (Invited) 2D MoS2 Memristors with Variable Switching Characteristics – X. Liang and D. Li (University of Michigan) (Invited) Large-Scale Growth of TwoDimensional Materials Toward PhaseEngineered Hybrid Films Utilizing Low Temperature Plasma-Assisted Chemical Vapor Reaction Method – Y. L. Chueh (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, NTHU)

Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Electronic and Photonic Devices 1 – 14:00 – 16:10 Co-Chairs: Hua Zhang and Xiaogan Liang 14:00

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(Invited) Human Interactive Flexible MultiFunctional Sensor Sheets – K. Takei (Osaka Prefecture University) (Invited) Nano Scaled 1-D Nanorod and Nested Nanotube Device Structures in Gas Sensing Applications – P. Lin (Applied Research Center), K. Zhang (Old Dominion University), and H. Baumgart (Old Dominion University, ECE Department)

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Break (Invited) III-Nitride UV-Visible Integrated Photonics for Quantum and Biomedical Applications – Y. Zhao (Arizona State University) (Invited) Understanding Homoepitaxial GaN Growth – J. K. Hite, T. J. Anderson, M. A. Mastro, L. E. Luna, J. C. Gallagher, J. A. Freitas Jr., and C. R. Eddy Jr. (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory)


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(Invited) Paper Based Wearable Standalone Wheezing Sensor - Not a Low Dimensional System – M. M. Hussain, S. M. Khan, J. M. Nassar, N. Qaiser (KAUST), M. Bahri (KAUST and Effat University), and K. Buttenhoff (KAUST) Yield and Reliability of Nanocrystalline Graphene Field-Effect Sensors – D. Noll and U. Schwalke (Technische Universität Darmstadt) Improvement of Quantum Dot LightEmitting Diodes (QD-LED) with Photonic Crystals – S. J. Ho, S. J. Huang, and H. S. Chen (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, NTHU)

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Plenary Talks Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 3/4/5/6, Sunrise Center

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Diagnostics/Characterization Methods, MEA Design/Model Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Universal Ballroom, Expo Center

I01A Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Recent Advances in Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Technologies of Hyundai – B. K. Hong and S. H. Kim (Eco-Technology Center, Hyundai Motor Company) (Invited) Durability of Polymer Electrolyte Membranes for Automotive Applications – C. S. Gittleman, Y. H. Lai, and F. D. Coms (General Motors) Intermission (Invited) Electrocatalysts for Fuel Cell Cathodes – V. Stamenkovic (Argonne National Laboratory) (Invited) Effects of Ionomers and Fabrication Methods on Both Performance and Durability of Low-Pt-Loading PEFC Cathode Catalyst Layer with Carbon or Conductive Ceramic Supported Pt Catalyst – M. Uchida, K. Kakinuma (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi), R. Shimizu (University of Yamanashi), Y. C. Park, and A. Iiyama (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi) (Invited) Understanding Fuel Cell Catalyst Layer Morphology and Its Transport Properties Via Advanced Diagnostics, Imaging and Modeling – I. V. Zenyuk (Tufts University)

PEFC&E 18 Plenary Session 2 – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Bryan S Pivovar and Hiroyuki Uchida 14:00 1635 (Invited) Japan’s Current Policy and Activity Toward Realizing a Hydrogen Based Society – E. Ohira (New Energy & Industrial Tech Development Organization) 14:40 1636 (Invited) Next Generation of Nanostructures, Electrodes, and Key Components for PEM Water Electrolyzers – M. Carmo (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH), M. Müller, A. Burdzik, G. Keeley, F. Scheepers, M. Shviro, M. Stähler, and D. Stolten (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH)

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(Invited) Reaching New Heights in Anion Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell Performance and Stability: Catalysts, Membranes, Water, and Beyond – W. E. Mustain (University of South Carolina)

Effect of Dispersing Solvents of Ionomer Binder Solutions in Catalyst Inks on Performance and Durability of MembraneElectrode Assembly – C. H. Song and J. S. Park (Sangmyung University) FIB-SEM 3-Dimensional Nanostructure Observation of PEFC Electrocatalyst Layers – H. Manabe (Kyushu University, Faculty of Eng, Dep of Hydrogen Energy Systems), Y. Nakazato (Kyushu University, Department of Hydrogen Energy Systems, Kyushu University), M. Okumura (Faculty of Eng, Dep of Hydrogen Energy Systems, Kyushu University), J. Matsuda (WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University), Z. Noda (Kyushu University, International Research Center for Hydrogen Energy), A. Hayashi (NextGeneration Fuel Cell Research Center, Kyushu University), and K. Sasaki (Center for CoEvolutional Social Systems (COI), Kyushu University) The Effect of a Turbulence Grid on the Temperature Distribution in an Air-Cooled Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell – a Modelling Study – L. J. Pløger, R. Fallah, X. Gao, S. Al Shakhshir, and T. Berning (Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University) Experimental Study on the Balance between Microscopic Water Production and Temperature Rise During Cold Startup in PEFC – F. Onishi, Y. Tabe, and T. Chikahisa (Hokkaido University) Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells (PEMFCs) Catalyst Layer Based on the Triple-Phase Separated Nanostructure – D. Seo (Dept. of Chemical & Biomolecular Eng., Yonsei University, Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER)), H. Kim (Dept. of Chemical & Biomolecular Eng., Yonsei University), and T. Y. Kim (Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER)) Multiscale Characterization of N-Functionalized Carbon-Based Catalysts and Supports – M. A. Fitzgerald, C. Ngo, M. Dzara, P. Mareyassich, C. Sands, D. R. Diercks (Colorado School of Mines), T. Gennett (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), and S. Pylypenko (Colorado School of Mines)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Heuristic and Nonheuristic Methods for the Design of Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – J. Lamb (Florida State University) and P. Andrei (FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, FSU Aero-Propulsion, Mechatronics and Energy Center)

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Cells, Stacks and Systems

I01B Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Influence of Innovative Materials Incorporation in MEA during Its Conception on the Electrochemical and PEMFC Performances – A. Frelon, T. Paruit, T. Audichon, P. Buvat, and J. Bigarré (CEA)

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Universal Ballroom, Expo Center I01D Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Cation-Exchange Membrane Performance and Durability Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Universal Ballroom, Expo Center

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Mechanical Properties of Perfluorinated Sulfonic Acid Polymer Electrolytes and Their Effect on RH Cycling Durability – T. Okuyama, H. Watabe, T. Hirai, S. Saito, and T. Shimohira (Asahi Glass Co., Ltd.) Reinforced Microcomposite Polymer Electrolyte Membrane and Its Characterization Fabricated By a Concise Process for PEMFC – Y. W. Choi, S. Jang (Korea Institute of Energy Research), Y. G. Yoon, and T. Y. Kim (Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER)) Coarse-Grained Molecular Dynamics Study of Ionomer Aggregation and Network Formation in Dilute Solution – M. Mokhtari (Simon Fraser University) and M. H. Eikerling (Simon Fraser University, Dept. Chemistry) Characterization of New Biological Membranes for Their Possible Application in Electrolytic and FUEL CELLS at Low Temperature – C. H. Arredondo-Baeza (Universidad Politécnica de Francisco I. Madero), P. Hernandez (Universidad Politécnica Francisco I. Madero), I. perezSilva, G. Y. Aguilar-Lira, J. A. Rodriguez (Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo), and J. M. Dominguez (Universidad Politécnica de Francisco I. Madero)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Catalyst Activity/Durability for Hydrogen(-Reformate) Acidic Fuel Cells

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ORR Activity of Pt/GC Disk Catalysts Prepared Via Arc Plasma Deposition Method – Y. Tanaka, Y. Nishizawa, Y. Sugano, and M. Yoshitake (Tokyo University of Science) 1481 Rotating Disk Electrode – Online Electrochemical Mass Spectrometry for Oxygen Reduction Reaction on Pt Electrode Surfaces – H. Tsurumaki, T. Mochizuki, H. Tei, T. Miyakawa, N. Todoroki, and T. Wadayama (Tohoku University) 1482 Pt3mn Intermetallic Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Pemfcs with Improved Activity and Durability – J. Lim, C. Jung, D. Hong, J. Bak, H. Lee, and E. Cho (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) 1483 Carbon Supported Pt-Co Alloy Nanoparticles As HOR and ORR Catalyst for PEM Fuel Cells – P. Weber, D. J. Weber, M. Janssen, M. Werheid, and M. Oezaslan (Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg) 1484 Electrochemical Stability Studies of Nanostructured Carbon Based Pt-Cu Electrocatalysts for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction – A. M. Valenzuela-Muñiz (CONACYT-TECNM / Instituto Tecnológico de Cancún), I. E. Pech-Pech, and Y. Verde Gómez (TECNM/Instituto Tecnológico de Cancún) 1485 Enhanced Electrocatalytic Activity over Structurally Ordered Intermetallic PdCu3 Nanoparticles – T. Gunji (Kanagawa University), S. H. Noh (Yonsei University), F. Ando, T. Tanabe (Kanagawa University), B. Han (Yonsei University), T. Ohsaka, and F. Matsumoto (Kanagawa University) 1486 Unsupported Pt3ni Aerogels As High Stability Catalysts for PEFC Anodes Under Fuel Starvation Conditions – R. Shimizu (University of Yamanashi), S. Henning, J. Herranz (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut), T. J. Schmidt (ETH Zürich), L. Kühn, A. Eychmüller (Chair of Physical Chemistry, TU Dresden), K. Kakinuma (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi), and M. Uchida (University of Yamanashi) 1487 Performance of Carbon Supported Pt Nanoparticles Covered Silica Layer with Low Ionomer in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – T. Ohnishi, M. So (Kyushu University), S. Takenaka (Doshisya University), Y. Tsuge, and G. Inoue (Kyushu University) 1488 Carbon Corrosion on the Wettability Change of Cathode Catalyst Layers of PEM Fuel Cells – Z. J. Fang and T. F. Fuller (School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology)

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E Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Materials for Alkaline Fuel Cells and Direct-Fuel Fuel Cells

A New Perspective on the Degradation of Polymer Fuel Cell and a Method to Overcome Durability Limit – S. Yang (Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Yonsei University, Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER)), B. Han (Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Yonsei University), and T. Y. Kim (Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER)) Development of an Oxygen Evolution Reaction Functional ORR Catalyst for Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells – J. Bak, M. Kim, S. Lee, and E. Cho (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Pt-Decorated Oxide/MPL/GDL-Supported PEFCs – H. Odoi (Kyushu University), Z. Noda (Kyushu University, International Research Center for Hydrogen Energy), J. Matsuda (Kyushu University, WPI-I2CNER), A. Hayashi (Kyushu University, Platform of Inter / Transdisciplinary Energy Research), and K. Sasaki (Center for Co-Evolutional Social Systems (COI), Kyushu University) Molecular Dynamics Study of the Thickness Dependence of Structure and Mass Transport in Ionomer Thin Film – K. Kobayashi, T. Mabuchi (Tohoku University), G. Inoue (Kyushu University), and T. Tokumasu (Tohoku University)

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Universal Ballroom, Expo Center

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Electrocatalyst Performance for Selective Methanol Formation in Methane Electrolyzer – J. Fornaciari (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, University of California, Berkeley), D. Primc (University of California, Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab), A. Z. Weber (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and A. T. Bell (University of California, Berkeley) Preparation and Characterizations of Anion Conducting Ionomer Binder Solutions for Solid Alkaline Fuel Cells – S. J. Han, M. S. Kang, and J. S. Park (Sangmyung University) Investigations of Anion Exchange Polymer – Catalyst Interfacial Interactions – N. C. Buggy, M. C. Kuo, and A. M. Herring (Colorado School of Mines) Development of Sn@Pt Core-Shell Nanostructures Supported on Vulcan and N-Doped Graphene As Nanocatalysts for the Ethylene Glycol Oxidation Reaction – G. Hernández-Vázquez, S. Dessources (Cinvestav Unidad Saltillo), I. L. AlonsoLemus (CONACYT. Cinvestav Saltillo), B. Escobar (Centro de Investigación Científica de Yucatán), E. Reguera (CICATA-Legaria), and F. J. Rodriguez-Varela (Cinvestav Unidad Saltillo)

Characterization of Methanol-Functionalized Onion Waste and Graphene-Based Carbons As Anode Catalysts for Microbial Fuel Cell Applications – O. J. Duarte-Urbina (Cinvestav Saltillo), F. Fernández-Luqueño, G. VargasGutiérrez (Cinvestav Unidad Saltillo), M. E. Sanchez-Castro (CINVESTAV UNIDAD SALTILLO), L. de la Torre Saenz (Centro de Investigación en Materiales Avanzados S.C.), B. Escobar (Centro de Investigación Científica de Yucatán), I. L. Alonso-Lemus (CONACYT. Cinvestav Saltillo), and F. J. Rodriguez-Varela (Cinvestav Unidad Saltillo) Synthesis and Characterization of NitrogenDoped Ordered Mesoporous Hollow Carbon Spheres for the ORR – I. L. Alonso-Lemus (CONACYT. Cinvestav Saltillo), S. O. Maricruz (Cinvestav Saltillo), B. EscobarMorales (CONACyT. Centro de Investigación Científica de Yucatán), E. Reguera (CICATALegaria), E. G. José (CONACyT-CINVESTAV del IPN), and F. J. Rodriguez-Varela (Cinvestav Unidad Saltillo) 3D Metallic Foams As Catalysts for Hydrolysis and Electrooxidation of Sodium Borohydride – W. Gouveia, M. Bello (Instituto Superior Técnico, ULisboa), A. Balčiūnaitė (Center for Physical Sciences and Technology, Vilnius), S. Eugénio (CQE, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Department of Engineering, Universidade Atlântica), and D. M. F. Santos (CeFEMA, Instituto Superior Técnico, ULisboa) Co-Embedded Carbon Nano-Polyhedron Supported on Functionalized Graphene Oxide for Efficient Oxygen Reduction Reaction – Z. Liu, A. Macedo Andrade (University of California, Merced, Department of Mechanical Engineering), S. Grewal (Biological Engineering & Small-scale Engineering, University of California, Merced), and M. H. Lee (Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Merced) Wood-Based Carbon Materials Modified with Cobalt Nanoparticles As Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction and Hydrogen Oxidation – L. Tamasauskaite-Tamasiunaite, E. Norkus, R. Stagniūnaitė, V. Kepenienė, Z. Sukackienė, G. Niaura, A. Drabavičius (Center for Physical Sciences and Technology), M. Andrulevičius (Kaunas University of Technology), I. Kruusenberg, K. Kaare (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu), A. Volperts, G. Dobele, and A. Zurins (Latvian State Institute of Wood Chemistry) Electroatalytic Activity of Palladium-Copper Nanostructures Supported on Graphene Oxide for Formic Acid Oxidation – V. A. Medina Rojano, L. Juárez Marmolejo (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Azcapotzalco), J. Aldana-González (UAM), M. G. Montes de Oca-Yemha, M. A. Romero-Romo, and M. E. Palomar-Pardavé (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Azcapotzalco) Engineered Ptshell-Pdcore Bi-Metallic Catalyst for Active and Durable Alcohol Oxidation in Direct-Fuel Fuel Cells – I. Choi (Kangwon National University), D. H. Lim, D. Y. Shin (Chungbuk National University), and Y. H. Cho (Kangwon National University) AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Polymer-Electrolyte Electrolysis Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Universal Ballroom, Expo Center

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Proton Conductor-bearing Material for Enhanced Catalytic Performance of Oxygen Electrode in Unitized Regenerative Fuel Cells – H. Y. Jung (Chonnam National University) and S. H. Roh (Chosun University) P2G System Technology Development Aiming at Building a CO2-Free Hydrogen Society – M. Sakamoto (Yamanashi Prefecture Enterprise Bureau), D. Izuhara (TORAY Industries, Inc.), H. Sotouchi (TEPCO HD Co., Ltd.), and F. Aoyagi (TAKAOKA TOKO Co., Ltd.) Porous Nickel-Phosphorous Electrode Synthesized By Fast-Simple Electrodeposition Process for Efficient Overall Water Splitting – D. Song and E. Cho (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Metal-Oxide-Supported Ir-Decorated Electrocatalysts for Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Water Electrolysis – M. Yasutake (Kyushu University, Faculty of Eng., Dep. of Hydrogen Energy Systems), H. Anai (Department of Hydrogen Energy System), D. Kawachino (Faculty of Eng., Dep. Hydrogen Energy Systems), Z. Noda, J. Matsuda (Kyushu University), K. Ito (Dept. of Hydrogen Energy Systems, Kyushu University), A. Hayashi (Platform of Inter / Transdisciplinary Energy Research), and K. Sasaki (wpi-I2CNER)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

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Uio-66 As an Effective Support of Metal Oxides for Oxygen Evolution Catalysis – A. M. Andrade, Z. Liu (Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Merced), S. Grewal (Biological Engineering & Small-scale Engineering, University of California, Merced), S. J. Bai (Dankook University, South Korea, Department of Mechanical Engineering), and M. H. Lee (Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Merced) Highly Accelerated Mass Transport within Jungle-Gym-Type Ir Electrocatalyst for Water Electrolyzers – Y. J. Kim and Y. S. Jung (KAIST) A Novel IrOx-Based Composite Material with High Oxygen Evolution Reaction Performance in Acidic Media – J. Cheng (I2CNER, Kyushu University), J. Yang (Kyushu University), S. Kitano, X. Cui (I2CNER, Kyushu University), M. Yamauchi, and N. Nakashima (WPII2CNER, Kyushu University)

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High-Temperature Energy, Materials, & Processes / Battery / Energy Technology Universal 22, Expo Center

Solid State Batteries – 08:55 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Donald J Siegel and Jagjit Nanda 08:55 09:00 1638

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Tuning Ion Mobility in Solid Electrolytes Via Lattice Disorder – K. Kim and D. J. Siegel (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor) Break (Invited) Safe, High-Energy-Density, Solid-State Li Batteries – E. D. Wachsman (Maryland Energy Innovation Institute) (Invited) Chemical and Electrochemical Stability of Fast Lithium Ion Conducting Garnet-Type Metal Oxides in H2o, Aqueous Solution, CO2, Li and S – V. Thangadurai (University of Calgary) First-Principles Models of Phenomena at LiMetal/Anti-Perovskite Li3ocl Solid Electrolyte Interfaces – K. Kim and D. J. Siegel (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)

Solid State Ionic Devices – 14:00 – 15:40 Co-Chairs: Jagjit Nanda, Enrico Traversa and Lok-kun Tsui 14:00

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(Invited) Digital Voltage-Current Time Differential Method for Operating ZirconiaBased Impedancemetric Gas Sensors for Combustion Applications – L. Cui, J. Fitzpatrick, O. Otero, M. Phee, V. Wang, J. Winn, L. Woo (EmiSense Technologies), R. Novak, and J. Visser (Ford Motor Company) Ionic Diode for Ultra-High Temperature Logic Circuit – T. Nakamura, K. Amezawa (Tohoku University), J. Sann, and J. Janek (Justus Liebig Universität Gießen) Additively Manufactured Solid-State Ion Conductors for Resistive Switching Devices – L. K. Tsui, J. B. Plumley (University of New Mexico), T. Peng (Air Force Research Laboratory), and F. H. Garzon (University of New Mexico) 91

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Electrochemical Characterization of Green Synthesis of NiO NPs Using Manihot Esculenta Crantz for Alkaline Fuel Cell – J. A. A. Guzman Sr., M. A. L. García (Facultad de química. Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán), B. Escobar (Centro de Investigación Científica de Yucatán), J. A. Araujo, and D. V. Ruiz (Facultad de química. Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán) Nitrogen Doped Graphene with High Performance for Oxygen Reduction Reactions – S. Li, Z. Shi, Y. Chen, L. Yu (Qingdao University of Science and Technology), and L. Dong (Hamline University, Qingdao University of Science and Technology) Electrocatalytic Performance of PalladiumBased Electrocatalysts Supported on Carbon Nanofibers for Formic Acid Oxidation – M. E. Palomar-Pardavé, L. Juárez Marmolejo, M. A. Romero-Romo, M. G. Montes de Oca-Yemha (Universidad Autónoma MetropolitanaAzcapotzalco), A. Ezeta-Mejía (2 Instituto Politécnico Nacional, ESIQIE), E. M. EstradaArce (Instituto Politécnico Nacional, ESIQIE), S. Pérez-Rodríguez, and M. J. Lázaro (Instituto de Carboquímica (CSIC))


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Electrochemical Promotion of Propylene Combustion on Ag-Based Nanostructured Catalysts – I. Kalaitzidou, T. Cavoué, A. Boreave, L. Burel, F. Gaillard (CNRS IRCELYON), M. Rieu, J. P. Viricelle (EMSE), A. Caravaca (CNRS IRCELYON), and P. Vernoux (CNRS-IRCELYON)

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Conversion Materials and Performance in Laser Based Light Sources – M. Raukas (OSRAM Opto Semiconductors), A. Lenef (OSRAM Opto Semiconductors Inc), J. Kelso (OSRAM Opto Semiconductors), and M. Engl (OSRAM Specialty Lighting) Functional Perfluorooctanoic Acid for Enhancing Stability of Perovskite QDs – J. E. Lee (Hanyang University), S. J. Lee (Hanyang university), Y. H. Ko, and J. G. Park (Hanyang University) Tuning the Luminescent Properties of Ytterbium Doped AlNxOy Thin Film Materials Libraries Using a Combinatorial Approach – R. Grieseler, K. Tucto Salinas, W. Aponte Huamantinco, and J. A. Guerra Torres (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú) Effect of Adding Electrolyte on Current Efficiency for Light-Emitting Electrochemical Cell Using Ruthenium Complex – A. Aoki and A. Tanaka (Nagoya Institute of Technology)

J01 Session 2 – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Madis Raukas and Zhiguo Xia

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Luminescence and Display Materials Universal 11, Expo Center

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Luminescence and Display Materials: Fundamentals and Applications

J01 Session 1 – 08:00 – 09:20 Co-Chairs: Eugeniusz Zych and Mikhail G. Brik 08:00

J01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center

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Luminescence of Mn4+ in Solids for LED Application – A. M. Srivastava (GE Global Research) 1698 First-Principles Modelling of the Local Atomic and Electronic Structures of Luminescent Centers in Complicated Materials – C. G. Ma (Chongqing Univ. of Posts and Telecommunications, China) 1699 First-Principles Calculations of 4f-5d Transition Energy of Ce3+ in Y(Al1-xGax)5O12 – K. Ogasawara (Department of Chemistry, Kwansei Gakuin University) 1700 Self-Referencing Luminescence Thermometry with Probes Emitting Red and NIR – M. Dramicanin (University of Belgrade, Vinca Institute) 1701 Pr3+ Luminescence to Improve the Range, Accuracy and Sensitivity of Temperature Measurement – C. D. S. Brites (University of Aveiro), K. Fiaczyk (University of Wroclaw), J. F. C. B. Ramalho (University of Aveiro), M. Sójka (University of Wroclaw), L. D. Carlos (University of Aveiro), and E. Zych (University of Wroclaw) 1702 High-Stable Narrow Red Emitting Homogeneous K2SiF6:Mn4+@ K2SiF6 Composite Phosphor for White LEDs: Green Synthesis and Water-Resistant Mechanism – J. Wang and L. Huang (Sun Yatsen University)

Luminescence Thermometry with Dy3+ Activated Na0.25K0.25Bi0.5TiO3 – M. Medic (University of Belgrade, Vinča Institute), L. Dacanin Far (University of Novi Sad, Department of Physics), S. Kuzman (Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences), D. M. Petrovic (University of Novi Sad, Department of Physics), M. Dramicanin (University of Belgrade, Vinca Institute), and S. R. Lukic Petrovic (University of Novi Sad, Department of Physics) Comparative Study between Pulsed-Voltage and Pulsed-Current Driving for Enhanced Stability of Electrochemiluminescent Device – I. S. Shin and M. S. Kang (Soongsil University) Electron Injection on Metal/n-Doped Semiconducting Polymer – S. Sakiyama (Kyushu University) and N. Mizutani (IMCE, Kyushu University) Structure Solution and Luminescence Properties of a Phosphosilicate Compound – H. J. Kim, S. Unithrattil (Chonnam National University), and W. B. Im (School of Materials Science and Engineering) A Structural and Spectroscopic Investigation of Rhombohedral Pyrochlores M2La3Sb3O14 (M = Mg or Ca) Doped with Eu3+ – F. Piccinelli (Department of Biotechnology, University of Verona), I. Carrasco (Advanced Technology Inst., Univ. Surrey, Guildford, UK), C. G. Ma (Chongqing Univ. of Posts and Telecommunications, China), A. M. Srivastava (GE Global Research), and M. Bettinelli (Department of Biotechnology, University of Verona) Luminescent Thermometry Using Mn4+ Doped Li2TiO3 Probe – S. Kuzman, Z. Ristic (Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences), B. Milićević, M. Medic (University of Belgrade, Vinča Institute), V. Djordjevic (Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences), S. R. Lukic Petrovic (University of Novi Sad, Department of Physics), and M. Dramicanin (University of Belgrade, Vinca Institute) Synthesis, Luminescence and Crystal Field Calculations of Mn4+- Doped Li2TiO3 Deep Red Phosphor – B. Milićević, M. Medic (University of Belgrade, Vinča Institute), V. Djordjevic, J. Papan, S. Kuzman (Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences), M. Wu (Sun Jat-Sen University), A. M. Srivastava (GE Global Research), M. G. Brik (Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications), and M. Dramicanin (University of Belgrade, Vinca Institute)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Visible and Infrared Phosphor Research and Applications Luminescence and Display Materials Universal 11, Expo Center

J02 Session 1 – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: John Collins and Alan Piquette 14:00

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(Invited) Recent Findings on the Continuous White Light Emission Induced By Infrared Laser Irradiation – F. González (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Iztapalapa, Department of Physics, Boston College), R. Khadka (Boston College), R. Lopez (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México), J. Collins (Wheaton College), and B. Di Bartolo (Department of Physics, Boston College) (Invited) Status Review of SSI-LEDs – Y. Kuo (Texas A&M University) (Invited) Strategies to Improve Photostabilities of Visible-Emitting Nanophosphors – T. Isobe and Y. Iso (Department of Applied Chemistry, Keio University) (Invited) Water-Soluble Near-Infrared Fluorophores Emitting over 1000 Nm and Their Application to In Vivo Imaging in the Second Optical Window – T. Jin, S. Tsuboi, and S. Yamada (Riken)

Electron Transfer Activation in Organic and Bioorganic Systems: From Unraveling Electrode Mechanisms to Directing Synthesis of High-Value Products Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / SMEQ Universal 10, Expo Center

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(Invited) Surface Hydrogen Bonding Effects. The Use of Redox Probes to Induce the Reversible Reorganisation of Electrografted Films – F. J. González and D. MoralesMartínez (Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del IPN) Ureolytic Biofilm Formation from a Microbial Consortium on Graphite – M. C. Romero, G. Ramos-Sánchez, F. Ramírez, and I. González (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana) Peroxynitrite Detection and Quantification on Selenide-Based Grafted Interfaces – H. Kalil (Cleveland State University, Ohio, USA), F. Fouad (Kent State University), and M. Bayachou (Cleveland State University) Mechanistic Aspects on the Grafting By the Self-Decomposition of Aryldiazonium Salts: Effect of the Counterion – D. MoralesMartínez, V. Ramírez, and F. J. González (Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del IPN) Monitoring Acidithiobacillus Thiooxidans Biofilm Formation on Graphite Surface – M. Méndez-Tovar (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Iztapalapa), J. V. García-Meza (Geomicrobiología, Instituto de Metalurgia, UASLP), and I. González (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Iztapalapa)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

Break (Invited) The Impact of Polyelectrolyte Dynamics on the Electrochemical Reactivity of Soluble Redox-Active Polymers – J. Rodriguez-Lopez (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) The Role of the Supporting Electrolyte on the Covalent Modification of Carbon Surfaces with Organic Groups – D. E. Ramírez-Chan and F. J. González (Departamento de Química) Electrochemical Versatility of Soluble Redox Active Polymers – E. C. Montoto (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, USA) and J. Rodriguez-Lopez (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) Use of a Redox-Responsive 4 H-Bond Ureidopyrimidone (UPy) Array to Control Polymerization in a Upy-Based Supramolecular Polymer – K. Vuong, L. A. Clare, and D. K. Smith (San Diego State University) Single-Particle Evaluation of Nano and MicroSized Redox-Active Polymers for Energy Storage – Z. T. Gossage, N. B. Schorr, K. Hernández-Burgos (University of Illinois at Urbana−Champaign), and J. Rodriguez-Lopez (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) Selective Dimerization Control in a Redox-Responsive Ureidopyrimidinone Supramolecular Assembly – M. Cedano and D. K. Smith (San Diego State University)

(Invited) Hydrogen Bonding Effects at the Organic-Water Interface of Aqueous Toluene Droplets Investigated By Particle Collision Electrochemistry – J. C. Alvarez, D. K. Paul, and K. Meng (Virginia Commonwealth University) Comparison of Redox-Dependent H-Bonding in Simple, Electroactive Ureas Containing Either Ferrocene or Phenylenediamine Redox Couples – Similar Results with Different Mechanisms – K. Logan, A. H. Elashmaway, and D. K. Smith (San Diego State University) Electrochemical Studies of Bismuth/LCysteine and Bismuth/L-Glutathione Interactions in Aqueous Buffers – D. C. Clark and G. T. Cheek (United States Naval Academy) Single Synaptic Observation of Cholinergic Neurotransmission on Living Neurons: Concentration and Dynamics – M. Shen (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) (Invited) Understanding and Predicting Transitions in Proton Coupled Electron Transfer – C. E. Frontana (CIDETEQ) Using Electron-Transfer-Induced Proton Transfer to Control Binding Strength in H-Bond Dimers – H. Choi and D. K. Smith (San Diego State University) The Role of H-Bonding in Pcet: The Chemically Reversible One Electron, Two Proton Reduction of N-Methyl-4,4’-Bipyridine Radical in Acetonitrile – D. K. Smith, K. Pavlova, and A. Medina (San Diego State University) 93

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Electrochemical and Circular Dichroism Study of the Interaction of Cu(II) Coordination Compounds with BSA – J. Ocampo (CIDETEQ), R. Moreno (UNAM), M. Cruz, and L. A. Ortiz (CIDETEQ) Evidence of the Participation of Phenolic Groups on Hydrogen-Atom Transfer Reactions during the Electrochemical Oxidation of Meso-(p-hydroxyphenyl)Porphyrin – L. S. Hernández-Muñoz, M. Aguilar Martínez, and N. A. Macías Ruvalcaba (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México) Effect of Heteroatom Bridge in the Transfer Electron Process of O-Aminebenzamides and Quinazolinendiones Evaluated By Electrochemistry – K. A. Espinoza, L. ManzoCruz, J. A. Pérez-Zamora (INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE TIJUANA), M. T. Oropeza-Guzman (InstitutoTecnológico de Tijuana), L. Z. Flores-López, L. D. Olguin Jr., and I. A. Rivero (INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE TIJUANA)

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry General Session Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / SMEQ Universal 18, Expo Center

Physical and Analytical General Session 1 – 08:40 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Christina Roth and Stephen J. Paddison 08:40

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Chromium Oxynitride Electrocatalysts for Electrochemical Synthesis of Ammonia Under Ambient Conditions – Y. Yao, Q. Feng (Southern University of Science and Technology), J. Li, S. Zhu, Y. Yao (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology), Y. Wang, Q. Wang, M. Gu, H. Wang (Southern University of Science and Technology), H. Li (SUSTech), and M. Shao (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) Nitrogen-Doped Highly Disordered Carbon for Nitrogen Reduction Reaction during Electrochemical Ammonia Synthesis – G. Wu (University at Buffalo, the State University of New York) Supported Pt Nanoparticle Catalysts - Correlation of Electrochemical COStripping Data and Gas Phase in-Situ Drifts Measurements – T. Tichter, P. S. Khadke, and C. Roth (Freie Universitaet Berlin) Break Electrochemical Synthesis of an AlcoholTolerant Platinum-Based Material for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction – M. VargasOrdaz (Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro), I. Velázquez-Hernández (CIDETEQ), J. Ledesma-García (Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro), L. Álvarez-Contreras (CIMAV), N. Arjona (CIDETEQ), and M. Guerra-Balcázar (Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro) Twisty Pd-Au Nanowires for Highly Selective and Active CO2 electrochemical Reduction – S. Zhu and M. Shao (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

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Structure Sensitivity of Electrochemical Reactions from First Principles: Applications to Nitrogen and Water Cycles – H. J. Chun, S. Deshpande (Purdue University), V. Apaja, K. Honkala (University of Jyvaskyla), Z. Zeng (School of Chemical Engineering, Purdue University), and J. Greeley (Purdue University) Transient Study of Adsorbed Oxygen Species Arising from Exposure to Dissolved Oxygen – O. Rodríguez and G. Denuault (University of Southampton) The Influence of the Binder on the Investigation of Electrocatalysts for Oxygen Evolution Reaction in Alkaline Water Electrolysis – P. V. Narangoda, S. Neugebauer (Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion), R. Schloegl (Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion, Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society), and A. K. Mechler (Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion) PGM-Free and Iron-Free Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction in Acids – G. Wu (University at Buffalo, the State University of New York)

Chemically Modified Electrodes – 13:40 – 14:40 Co-Chairs: Alice H. Suroviec and David E Cliffel 13:40

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Enhancement of Electrocatalytic Reduction of Carbon Dioxide at Electrodes Modified with Highly-Acidic Mixed-Metal-Oxide Films – I. A. Rutkowska and P. J. Kulesza (University of Warsaw) 1770 NiO2 and Fe2O3 Surface Modified Glassy Carbon Electrodes for the Electrocatalytic Oxidation of Bioanalytes – C. A. Tooley and J. M. Halpern (University of New Hampshire) 1771 Spreadsheet-Based Cyclic Voltammetry Simulation of Mediated Ferrocyanide Oxidation By Ferrocene Derivatives in Alkanethiol-Based Self-Assembled Monolayers on Gold Electrodes – S. E. Creager (Clemson University), R. M. Mayall, and V. Birss (Department of Chemistry, University of Calgary)

Europe Section Allessandro Volta Medal Address – 15:00 – 16:00 Co-Chair: Kristina Tschulik 15:00 15:10 1772

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Welcoming Remarks (Europe Section Allessandro Volta Medal) From Nanobiosensors to Scanning Bipolar Electrochemistry – W. Schuhmann (Ruhr-University Bochum) Concluding Remarks

Molten Salts and Ionic Liquids 21

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Universal 9, Expo Center

Electrochemistry 2 – 09:00 – 12:00 Co-Chair: Mikito Ueda 09:00

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(Invited) Metal Production in CaCl2-Based Melts – R. O. Suzuki, H. Noguchi, S. Natsui, and T. Kikuchi (Hokkaido University)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Electrochemical Deposition of Alkaline-Earth Elements (Sr and Ba) into Liquid Metals in Molten LiCl-KCl-SrCl2-BaCl2 salt – H. Kim, T. Lichtenstein, and N. Smith (The Pennsylvania State University) Electrodeposition of Fe, Co, Mn and Their Alloys from Choline Chloride/Urea Based Deep Eutectic Solvents – W. D. Sides, N. Kassouf, and Q. Huang (The University of Alabama) Electrodeposition of Refractory Metals from Ionic Liquids – J. A. Maurer (US Army - Armament Res., Dev. and Eng. Center (ARDEC)) Development of an Inert Anode for the Electrolytic Reduction of Cerium Oxide – D. Rodriguez, M. Monreal, M. Jackson, and K. Weisbrod (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Break Electrodeposition of Zinc from Ethylene Glycol Chloride-Free Non-Aqueous Solution – G. Panzeri (Politecnico di Milano), D. Müller (ETH Zürich), and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

L04

Photocatalysts, Photoelectrochemical Cells, and Solar Fuels 9

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology Universal 21, Expo Center

Carbon Dioxide Conversion 1 – 08:10 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Nianqiang (Nick) Wu and Yun Hang Hu 08:10

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New Co-Electrolysis Cell Design with Improved CO2 Reduction Efficiency – A. Patru, B. Pribyl (Paul Scherrer Institut), and T. J. Schmidt (ETH Zürich) Understanding the Selectivity of NitrogenDoped sp2/sp3 Hybrid Carbon Catalysts for the Electrocatalytic Reduction of Carbon Dioxide – N. Wanninayake, A. Qianxiang, R. Zhou, A. Hoque, S. Herrell, M. I. Guzman, C. Risko, and D. Y. Kim (University of Kentucky) Effects of Introducing Metal Adatoms on the Electrochemical CO2 Reduction Behavior of Copper – Y. F. Nishimura, K. Chan, C. Hahn, and T. F. Jaramillo (Stanford University, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) (Invited) The Effect of an Ultrathin ALD Overlayer on the Performance of Photocatalytic CO2 Reduction By TiO2 – X. Feng, F. Pan, and Y. Li (Texas A&M University) Break Three-Dimensional Hierarchical Copper Nanostructures As Advanced Electrocatalysts for CO2 Reduction – C. Wang (Johns Hopkins University) (Invited) A Fast and Sensitive Detection Method for Detecting CO2 Reduction Products and Local pH – F. Zhang and A. C. Co (The Ohio State University) (Invited) Stabilization and Activation of Copper(I) Oxide Photocathodes Toward Selective Reduction of Carbon Dioxide – P. J. Kulesza (University of Warsaw) (Invited) Solar-Driven Chemical Conversion Using Silicon Photoelectrochemical Cells – J. Oh (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) (Invited) The Mechanisms of Hot-Electron Generation in Plasmonic and Hybrid Nanomaterials: Comparing Different Material Systems and Geometries – A. Govorov, L. V. Besteiro, and X. T. Kong (Ohio University)

Solar Fuel Generation Beyond Water Splitting – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chair: Ying Li 14:00

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Solar Driven Thermo-Electrochemical Hybrid Sulfur Process for Hydrogen Production – C. Corgnale (Greenway Energy), J. R. Monnier, J. R. Regalbuto, S. Shimpalee, J. W. Weidner, J. Tengco, W. Diao (University of South Carolina), D. Ginosar (Idaho National Laboratory), M. Gorensek (Savannah River National Laboratory), Z. Ma (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), and W. Summers (Greenway Energy) Electrochemical Ammonia Synthesis in Molten Salts – I. J. McPherson, T. Sudmeier, J. Fellowes, and S. C. E. Tsang (Department of Chemistry, University of Oxford, UK)

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New Reference Electrodes for Air and Moisture Stable Ionic Liquids – C. Horwood and M. Stadermann (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) Break Gadolinium Electrochemical Deposition Targeting Neutron Phase Contrast Imagin – C. R. St. John, J. R. Pillars, D. L. Amber, Y. Y. Jau, and C. L. Arrington (Sandia National Laboratories) Electric Conductivity of Li/Na Binary Molten Carbonate Coexisting with Nanoparttcles of CeO2:Sm3+ – M. Mizuhata, H. Kubo, H. Maki, and M. Matsui (Kobe University) Electrochemical Control of Multi Crystal Formation from Clay Mineral in Molten Sodium Chloride and Calcium Chloride – M. Honda (Japan Atomic Energy Agency), Y. Sakanaka, T. Goto (Doshisha University), T. Yaita, and S. Suzuki (Japan Atomic Energy Agency) Effect of Alkali Metal Cations on Electrochemical Behavior of Ti(III) Ions in Fluoride–Chloride Mixed Melts – Y. Norikawa (Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto Univ.), K. Yasuda (Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto Univ., Agency for Health, Safety and Environment, Kyoto Univ.), K. Numata, T. Awazu, M. Majima (Sumitomo Electric Industries, LTD.), and T. Nohira (Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto Univ.) Influence of Molar Ratio of CaO to TiO2 on Ti Electrodeposition in Molten CaCl2 – H. Okada (Graduate School of Kansai University), M. Murata, T. Morishige, and T. Takenaka (Kansai University)


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Chemical Sensors 14: Chemical and Biological Sensors and Analytical Systems

Photochemical Nitrogen Fixation on Titania – M. C. Hatzell (Georgia Institute of Techology) and Y. H. Liu (Georgia Institute of Technology) (Invited) Photocatalytic Conversion of Methane to Hydrogen – Y. H. Hu (Michigan Technological University) (Invited) Sunlight-Assisted Electrocatalytic Productions of Chemicals Coupled with Value-Added Redox Processes – H. Park (Kyungpook National University)

Sensor / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Universal 17, Expo Center

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Sensor Division Outstanding Achievement Award Address – 08:00 – 08:40 Co-Chairs: Aleksandr Simonian and Nianqiang Wu 08:00

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(Sensor Division Outstanding Achievement Award) Electrochemical Sensors: From Beakers to the Skin and the Mouth – J. Wang (UCSD)

M01 Session 1 – 08:40 – 12:50 Co-Chairs: Raluca-Ioana Stefan-van Staden and Lang Zhou 08:40

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(Invited) Detection of Uranium Using Plasmonic and SERS Sensors – A. J. Haes, G. Lu, and H. Phan (University of Iowa) Spray-Coating As a Versatile Tool for Electrode Surface Modification – from Nanostructured Electrodes to Enzyme Based Sensors – T. Bobrowski, A. Ruff, F. Conzuelo, K. Sliozberg, and W. Schuhmann (RuhrUniversity Bochum) Break A Mathematical Model for Electrochemical Impedance Response of a Continuous Glucose Monitor – M. Gao (University of Florida), M. S. Hazelbaker (Intel), R. Kong (Medtronic), and M. E. Orazem (University of Florida) Effortless Devising and Theranostic Applications of Nanomaterial Modified Biosensors: An Expanding Horizon – S. Chatterjee (Institute of Chemical Technology) Sensitive Determination of Mefenamic Acid in Biological Fluids and Pharmaceutical Formulations on Carbon Nanotubes Fabricated Sensor – P. Tarlekar and S. Chatterjee (Institute of Chemical Technology) Stabilization of Glucose Oxidase and Alcohol Oxidase Based Biosensors By Immobilization in Electrochemically Generated Poly-oPhenylenediamine Under High Hydrostatic Pressure – D. Yang, H. Olstad (University of Georgia), D. M. Jenkins (University of Hawaii at Manoa), and J. I. Reyes De Corcuera (University of Georgia) Sensitivity Improvement of a Low-Invasive Type Amperometric Glucose Sensor – M. Yasuzawa, S. Nakataki (Tokushima University), J. Li (Tokushima University), M. Kurashina (Tokushima University), and T. Harada (Kondo Chemical Industry)

Label-Free Microchip Biosensor for Telomerase Activity in Acute T Cell Leukemia – D. C. Diaz-Cartagena, G. Hernández (University of Puerto Rico at Río Piedras), R. Diaz-Ayala (University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus), L. Cunci (University of Puerto Rico at Rio Piedras), and C. R. Cabrera (University of Puerto RIco at Río Piedras) Amperometric Sensing of Bilirubin By the Ionic Liquid Doped Imprinted Polymer Modified Electrode – M. J. Syu and Y. D. Tseng (National Cheng Kung University) Zirconia-Based Electrochemical Oxygen Sensor for Accurately Determining Ambient Humidity – R. E. Soltis (Ford Motor Company) Precision Au Electrocoating of Double Sided Aligned Si Gratings for High Energy X-Ray Phase Contrast Imaging – A. E. Hollowell, C. L. Arrington (Sandia National Laboratories), P. S. Finnegan (Sandia National Labs), J. McClain, K. Musick, P. Resnick, S. Volk, and D. L. Amber (Sandia National Laboratories)

M01 Session 2 – 14:00 – 16:30 Co-Chairs: Jessica E. Koehne and Shin Horikawa 14:00

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(Invited) Electrochemical Measurement Approaches for Planetary Exploration – R. C. Quinn (NASA Ames Research Center), S. D. Thomson (USRA/NASA Ames Research Center), and J. E. Koehne (NASA-Ames Research Center, Ca, USA) Electrochemical Techniques for Real Time, in-Situ Monitoring of Biogeochemistry – P. Satjaritanun, S. Shimpalee, J. W. Weidner, B. A. Devivo (University of South Carolina), C. E. Turick, H. Colon-Mercado (Savannah River National Laboratory), S. Greenway (Greenway Energy), A. L. Martin, and J. M. Henson (Clemson University) Effects of Surface Passivation on Photoluminescence Properties and Biomedical Imaging of Graphene Quantum Dots – W. Zhang, J. Dong, K. Wang, Y. Zhao, and L. Dong (Taishan Medical University) Artificial Intelligence for Water Quality Monitoring – N. S. Gunda (University of Waterloo), S. Gautam (Grintex Technologies Inc.), and S. Mitra (University of Waterloo) Reliability of a Method of Electrochemical Impedance for the Determination of Milk Adulteration – H. Romero-Bonilla Sr. (Universidad Técnica de Machala), O. Tinoco (Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos), D. Garay, A. Mera, and M. Jimenez (Universidad Técnica de Machala) Fabrication of Thin Film of Porous Silicon Using Electrodeposition Assisted Stripping (EAS) Process and Its Humidity Sensing Properties – S. Park, B. Kwak, and B. Yoo (Hanyang University) Application of Cyclic Thermal-Oxidized IrOx Electrode in pH Detection of Interface Region of Zn/Steel Galvanic Process – F. Huang (University of Science and Technology Beijing), P. Bi, Q. Wang (University of science and technology Beijing), Y. Jin, L. Wen (University of Science and Technology Beijing), and S. Yan (University of science and technology Beijing) AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Highlights 0900h ��������� ECS Data Science Community Sprints (by invitation only), Universal 23, Expocenter 1000h ��������� Luminescence and Display Materials Division Centennial Outstanding Achievement Award Address, Universal 11, Expocenter 1400h ��������� Technical Exhibit, Universal Ballroom, Expocenter 1400h ��������� Corrosion Division H. H. Uhlig Award Address, Universal 1, Expocenter 1430h ��������� Corrosion Division Morris Cohen Graduate Student Award Address, Universal 1, Expocenter 1600h ��������� Battery Division Student Research Award Address, sponsored by Mercedes-Benz Research & Development, Galactic 1, Sunrise Center 1640h ��������� Battery Division Student Research Award Address, sponsored by Mercedes-Benz Research & Development, Galactic 1, Sunrise Center 1720h ��������� Edward Goodrich Acheson Award Address, Universal 8, Expocenter 1720h ��������� Norman Hackerman Young Author Award Address, Galactic 1, Sunrise Center 1800h ��������� Technical Exhibit, General and Student Poster Session, Universal Ballroom, Expocenter

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Battery and Energy Technology Joint General Session

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Battery / Energy Technology Galactic 1, Sunrise Center

Flow Batteries 1 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Rebeca Marcilla and Cedrik Wiberg 08:00

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Exploring the Influence of Thermal Pretreatment on Carbon Paper Electrodes for Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries – K. V. Greco (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), A. Forner-Cuenca (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), and F. R. Brushett (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

Modification and Advanced Characterization of Carbon Paper Electrodes for the AllVanadium Redox Flow Battery – F. Tariq (Quantitative Imaging Division, IQM Elements), B. K. Chakrabarti (Imperial College London), V. Yufit (Imperial College Londond), J. Rubio-Garcia (Imperial College London), A. Bertei (University of Pisa), A. R. J. Kucernak (Imperial College London), and N. P. Brandon (Quantitative Imaging Division, IQM Elements) Characterization of Activated and Aged Carbon Felts for All-Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries – L. Eifert, R. Banerjee (KIT, Helmholtz Institute Ulm), and R. Zeis (KIT, Helmholtz Institute Ulm, Institute of Physical Chemistry) Synthesis, Characterization and Electrochemical Testing of Salt-Templated Carbon-Carbon Composites for Application in Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries – M. Schnucklake (Freie Universitaet Berlin), S. Kücken (TU Berlin), T. Tichter (Freie Universitaet Berlin), A. Thomas (TU Berlin), and C. Roth (Freie Universitaet Berlin) Electrocatalytic Coating Electrodes in the All-Vanadium Redox Flow Battery – N. K. Hernandez Sanchez (University of Southampton), K. I. B. Eguiluz (Universidade Tiradentes), and C. Ponce de León (University of Southampton) Break Investigation of V(V)/V(IV) Redox Reaction in Mixed Acid Electrolyte Using X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy – A. Patru, C. Borca, D. Perego, T. Huthwelker, F. J. Oldenburg, L. Gubler (Paul Scherrer Institut), and T. J. Schmidt (ETH Zürich) Molecular Design and Applications of Redox Active Molecules in Redox Flow Batteries for Grid Scale Energy Storage – T. L. Liu and B. Hu (Utah State University) Performance Analysis of a 5 Kw/30 Kwh Residential Vanadium Redox Flow Battery System in Denmark – L. C. Pérez Martínez (Aarhus University), M. W. Hansen, M. B. Madsen (VisBlue Aps), and A. Bentien (Aarhus University) Current Density Improvement for Vanadium Redox Flow Cell Having Interdigitated Flow-Field – K. Mushtaq (MIT Portugal Program, LEPABE, University of Porto, Portugal), R. Monteiro (LEPABE, University of Porto, Portugal), A. A. Zaidi (CPEE, Harbin Engineering University, China), N. Delgado (LEPABE, FEUP, Portugal), and A. Mendes (LEPABE, University of Porto, Portugal) Hierarchically Structured Membranes for Flow Batteries – P. Liu and X. Yue (University of California San Diego) Influence of the Supporting Electrolyte on the Structure-Transport Properties of PFSA Membranes for Redox Flow Batteries – D. I. Kushner, A. Kusoglu, and A. Z. Weber (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

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A Membrane-Free Redox Flow Battery with Two Immiscible Electrolytes – P. Navalpotro, J. Palma (IMDEA Energy Institute), M. A. Anderson (EC&T Program, University of Wisconsin - Madison), and R. Marcilla (IMDEA Energy Institute) Current Distribution Analysis of Different Cell Geometries for Redox Flow Batteries – R. Cervantes-Alcalá (Instituto de Energías Renovables-UNAM), F. F. Rivera (CONACYT-CIDETEQ), and M. MirandaHernández (Instituto de Energías RenovablesUNAM) An Iodide-Based Complexing Agent for the Zinc-Iodide Flow Battery – F. Shakeri Hosseinabad, N. Yasri (University of Calgary), R. Roesler (Department of Chemistry, University of Calgary), S. Maslovara, and E. Roberts (University of Calgary) The Effect of Concentration on Electron Transfer Kinetics for 9,10-Anthraquinone2,7-Disulfonic Acid (AQDS) Its Impact on Aqueous Redox Flow Battery Performance – C. Wiberg and E. Wang (Chalmers University of Technology) Characterizing the Decay of Redox Flow Battery Materials Utilizing a Microelectrode – J. A. Kowalski and F. R. Brushett (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research)

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Challenges in Novel Electrolytes, Organic Materials, and Innovative Chemistries for Batteries - in Honor of Michel Armand Battery / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Galactic 2, Sunrise Center

Beyond Li-ion Batteries – 08:00 – 09:20 Co-Chairs: Yong Yang and George E Blomgren 08:00

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Battery Division Student Research Award Addresses sponsored by Mercedes-Benz Research & Development – 16:00 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: Ping Liu and Adam Z. Weber 16:00

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(Battery Division Student Research Award sponsored by Mercedes-Benz Research & Development) Revisiting the Electrochemical Stability Window of Solid Electrolytes – F. Han (University of Maryland, College Park) (Battery Division Student Research Award sponsored by Mercedes-Benz Research & Development) Advanced Electrochemical Energy Storage Systems: Material Development, Alternative Electrode Processes & Planar Devices – S. D. Lacey (University of Maryland), A. V. Cresce (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), K. Xu (Army Research Laboratory), Y. Lin (NASA Langley Research Center), and L. Hu (University of Maryland)

Norman Hackerman Young Author Award Address – 17:20 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Ping Liu and Adam Z. Weber 17:20

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(Norman Hackerman Young Author Award) Multiphase Porous Electrode Theory – R. B. Smith and M. Z. Bazant (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

(Keynote) Innovative Polymer Electrolytes for Secondary Lithium and Magnesium Batteries – V. Di Noto (University of Padova, INSTM), K. Vezzù (University of Padova), E. Negro (University of Padova, INSTM), F. Bertasi (Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Padova), and G. Pagot (University of Padova, Centro Studi “Giorgio Levi Cases”) Polymer Gel Electrolytes for Magnesium Batteries: Ion Transport and Electrochemical Characterization – L. C. Merrill, H. O. Ford, C. Brankin, and J. L. Schaefer (University of Notre Dame) A High-Voltage Aqueous Electrolyte for Sodium-Ion Batteries – R. S. Kühnel, D. Reber, and C. Battaglia (Empa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science)

(Keynote) Solvate Ionic Liquids and Their Polymer Electrolytes: A New Approach to Achieve Thermal Stability, High Ionic Conductivity, Unusual Solubility, and a Wide Potential Window – M. Watanabe (Yokohama National University) (Invited) High Energy Cell Design: Challenges and Quantitative Characterization of the Role of Lean Electrolyte – S. M. Wood, S. C. Nagpure, E. J. Dufek (Idaho National Laboratory), J. Xiao (Pacific Northwest National Lab, University of Arkansas), B. Liaw (Idaho National Laboratory), C. Niu (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), C. Fang (University of California, San Diego), Y. S. Meng (University of California at San Diego), and C. C. Dickerson (Idaho National Laboratory) Semi-Solid Hypervalency Based Li-S Battery Electrolytes – A. M. NavarroSuárez (Chalmers University of Technology, Department of Physics) and P. Johansson (ALISTORE European Research Institute, Department of Physics, Chalmers University of Technology) Environmentally Friendly Butyl, Benzyl and Ethyl Glycerol Carbonate Electrolytes for Room and High Temperature Energy Storage Applications – M. Salari, H. Zhang, and M. W. Grinstaff (Boston University) Novel Materials for Performance Enhancement in Lithium Batteries – Electrolytes and Additives – D. Shanmukaraj (CIC Energigune), T. Rojo (CIC energiGUNE), and M. Armand (CIC EnergiGUNE)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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The Next Chapter in the Hybrid Eutectogel Electrolytes – B. Joos, T. Vranken, W. Marchal, M. Safari (Hasselt University, Institute for Materials Research (Imec Division Imomec)), M. K. Van Bael, and A. Hardy (Hasselt University, UHasselt, IMOimomec, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry)

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(Keynote) MnPO4-Coating for Improved Long-Term Performance of Li(Ni0.4Co0.2Mn0.4) O2 in Ionic Liquid-Based Electrolytes – Z. Chen (Nanyang Technological University), G. T. Kim (KIT), D. Bresser (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)), S. Jeong (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU-KIT)), M. Copley (Johnson Matthey), J. Lin (Nanyang Technological University), Z. Shen (NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY), and S. Passerini (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)) In Situ Conductive Coating Strategies for Nanocrystal-Based Li-Ion Battery Electrodes Beyond Carbonization – G. P. Demopoulos, M. Uceda, M. Rasool, H. C. Chiu, R. Gauvin (McGill University), J. Zhou (Canadian Light Source), and K. Zaghib (CETEES, HydroQuébec) N-Substituted Polyanionic Compounds As New High Energy-Density Electrode Materials for Li-Ion and Na-Ion Batteries – M. Reynaud, M. Galceran (CIC energiGUNE), A. Wizner, N. A. Katcho, L. C. Loaiza (CiC energiGUNE), J. Carrasco (CIC EnergiGUNE), T. Rojo, M. Armand, and M. Casas-Cabanas (CIC energiGUNE)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

A02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center •

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Structural and Conductivity Mechanism of a Boron-Based Ionic Liquid Electrolyte for Magnesium Batteries – G. Pagot (University of Padova), E. Donà (Dept. of Industrial Engineering University of Padova), F. Bertasi (Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Padova), K. Vezzù, A. Nale, E. Negro, and V. Di Noto (University of Padova) An Experimental Strategy with Zwitterionic Pendants Groups on Poly (poly (ethylene glycol) Methacrylate) to Know the Role of Ion Clusters in the Fast Ionic Conductivity of on Ppegma / LiPF6 – D. P. Nava (Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí) Analysis of Oxide Film on Aluminum Electrode in Aluminum-Air Battery – A. K. Mohammad, N. S. Hosmane, and K. T. Cho (Northern Illinois University) Electrochemical Properties of Li1.3Al0.3Ti1.7(PO4)3-Filled Composite Polymer Gel Electrolytes of Pvdf-HFP and Hydroxypropylcellulose – J. Kim, J. Oh, D. O. Shin, J. Y. Kim, Y. G. Lee, and K. M. Kim (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute) Novel Organic Cathode for Li Based Battery Using Pillar[5]Quinone/Carbon/Agnws – G. Yoo, Y. J. Gong, S. Lee, J. Cho, J. Yoo, and Y. S. Kim (Seoul National University)

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(Keynote) Solid State Organic Ionic Plastic Crystals and Composite Materials for Energy Storage – P. C. Howlett, X. Wang, Y. Zhou, N. Iranipour, G. W. Greene, J. M. Pringle (Deakin University), M. Armand (CIC EnergiGUNE), D. R. MacFarlane (Monash University), and M. Forsyth (Deakin University) (Invited) To Stabilize the Interface between Li Metal and Li10SnP2S12 Solid Electrolyte By an in-Situ Formed Solid Electrolyte Interphase Layer with Ionic Liquid – Y. Yang (Xiamen University) (Invited) Photo-Polymerized Organic Host Network of Ionogels for Lithium Batteries: Effects of Mesh Size and of Ethylene Oxide Content – J. Le Bideau (IMN, Université de Nantes - CNRS), D. Aidoud (IMN, CNRS/ University of Nantes), D. Guy-Bouyssou (ST Microelectronics), D. Guyomard (IMN-CNRS, University of Nantes), and B. Lestriez (IMN, CNRS/University of Nantes)

Highly Loaded Graphite Composite PLABased Filaments for Lithium-Ion Battery 3D-Printing – A. Maurel (LRCS UMR CNRS 7314, UPJV, RS2E, Amiens, France, LTI-EA 3899, UPJV, Amiens, France), M. Courty (LRCS UMR CNRS 7314, UPJV, Amiens, France, Réseau de Stockage Electrochimique de l’Energie), B. Fleutot (Réseau de Stockage Electrochimique de l’Energie, LRCS UMR 7314, UPJV, Amiens, France), H. Tortajada (LTI-EA 3899, UPJV, Amiens, France), K. Prashantha (IMT Lille Douai, Polymers and Composites Dpt, France, Université de Lille, France), M. Armand (LRCS- CNRS UMR 7314, Université de Picardie Jules Verne), S. Grugeon (CNRS RS2E FR3459, LRCS - CNRS UMR 7314, Université de Picardie Jules Verne), S. Panier (LTI-EA 3899, UPJV, Amiens, France), and L. Dupont (LRCS, UMR-7314 CNRS, UPJV, Amiens, France, RS2E, FRCNRS 3459, Amiens, France)


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Fast Electrochemical Processes and Devices (Electrochemical Capacitors and Batteries) 2 Battery Galactic 4, Sunrise Center

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(Invited) Ionogels for Safer Energy Storage: The Determining Effect of the Interface – J. Le Bideau (IMN, Université de Nantes - CNRS), B. Asbani (IMN, Université de Nantes CNRS, RS2E FR CNRS 3459), C. Douard, N. Dupré, B. Humbert, A. Marie (IMN, Université de Nantes - CNRS), T. Brousse (IMN, Université de Nantes - CNRS, RS2E FR CNRS 3459), and C. Lethien (IEMN UMR CNRS 8520) (Invited) Material Design and Selection for Durable and High-Power Supercapacitor – M. Ishikawa and S. Uchida (Kansai University) (Invited) Gel Electrolyte with Low Dielectric Loss for Electric Double Layer Capacitors – Y. H. Su and H. Teng (National Cheng Kung University) Effect of Electrolyte Cation on the Electrochemical Performance of AC Electrochemical Capacitor – M. Forghani and S. W. Donne (University of Newcastle) Break (Invited) Advanced Hybrid Supercapacitors with “Water-in-Salt” Electrolyte and Protected Lithium Anode – M. Zhang, S. Makino, D. Mochizuki, and W. Sugimoto (Shinshu University) Phenomena at Porous Carbon Electrode/ Saturated Electrolyte Interface in Electrochemical Capacitors – K. Fic, P. Galek, J. Menzel, and E. Frackowiak (Poznan University of Technology) A New Type of Tetragonal LixMn2O4 Electrode Exhibiting Combined Pseudocapacitance and Battery Behaviors and Self-Healing Cycle Stability in Aqueous Electrolytes – M. Abdollahifar and N. L. Wu (National Taiwan University) Modification of Carbon/Electrolyte Interface for Electrochemical Capacitor Improvement – E. Frackowiak, A. Slesinski, and K. Fic (Poznan University of Technology) Ni Doped V2O5 Nanocomposite Based Asymmetric Supercapacitor for Future Energy Storage Applications – A. Ray (Jadavpur University) and S. Das (Jadavpur University, Kolkata-700032, India.)

Device – 13:30 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Thierry Brousse, Krzysztof Fic and Christophe Lethien 13:30

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(Invited) Hybrid Electrodes and Materials for Hybrid Energy Storage – P. GomezRomero (Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotec, ICN2/CSIC) Prototyping Aqueous Electrochemical Capacitors – D. Brown (IMN CNRS/Univ), C. Douard (IMN, Université de Nantes CNRS), O. Crosnier (University of Nantes), L. Athouël (CNRS-IMN), S. Ait Hammou Taleb (LEMTA, CNRS, Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy), J. Dillet, J. Mainka, O. Lottin (LEMTA, Université de Lorraine, Vandoeuvre-lèsNancy), P. Guillemet (IMN CNRSD/Univ Nantes), and T. Brousse (RS2E FR CNRS 3459) Insights into Electrochemical Capacitors Ageing at Different Voltage/Current Conditions – K. Fic, J. Piwek, A. Platek, and E. Frackowiak (Poznan University of Technology) Break Bifunctional Activated Carbon-Lithium Ceramic for Hybrid Asymmetric Capacitor – M. Manzano (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Iztapalapa), H. A. Mosqueda (Universidad Autónoma MetropolitanaAzcapotzalco), J. G. Vázquez (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Iztapalapa), and I. González (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana) Synthesis and Characterization of Manganese (IV) and Cobalt (II/III) Oxides Based on Graphene for Supercapacitors Application – J. Jablonskienė, J. Šlopšnys, V. Pakštas, J. Vaičiūnienė, A. Drabavičius, V. Jasulaitienė, L. Tamašauskaitė-Tamašiūnaitė, and E. Norkus (Center for Physical Sciences and Technology) Rationally Selecting Manganese Oxide Electrodes for Salinity Gradient Energy Production – J. Fortunato, T. Kim, and C. A. Gorski (The Pennsylvania State University) Solid State Electrochemical Capacitors – D. Bélanger and T. Bordjiba (Université du Québec à Montréal) Panel Discussion Concluding Remarks

Lithium-Ion Batteries

Battery Galactic 8, Sunrise Center

Characterization 1 – 08:00 – 12:10 Co-Chair: Reza Shahbazian-Yassar 08:00

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(Invited) Understanding the Oxygen Release at High Potential for Transition Metal Oxides – A. Grimaud (CNRS - Collège de France) Multi-Scale Characterization of Lithium Ion Battery Cathodes – L. Almar, J. Joos, M. Weiss, J. Costard, A. Weber, and E. IversTiffée (IAM-WET, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)) Model Parameterization of Li-Ion Cell with Blended Cathodes – M. Rashid (The University of Warwick), T. S. Pathan, R. Malcolmson (University of Warwick), L. Somerville (Jaguar Land Rover), A. McGordon, E. Kendrick, and W. D. Widanage (University of Warwick)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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(Invited) Screening Plus Testing of Cathode Materials for Ca and Mg Batteries – M. E. Arroyo-de Dompablo, A. Torres, M. P. Padilla, J. Luque (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), F. Bardé (Toyota Motor Europe), D. Tchitchekova, A. Black, A. Ponrouch, and M. R. Palacin (ICMAB-CSIC)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

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Energy-Tuned Photoelectron Spectroscopy of Lithium-Ion Battery Cathodes: Revealing Oxygen Redox Activity and Investigating New Materials – A. Naylor, J. Maibach (Department of Chemistry - Ångström, Uppsala University), I. Källquist (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Uppsala University), E. Makkos (Department of Chemistry, University of Bath), M. R. Roberts (Department of Materials, University of Oxford), R. Younesi (Department of Chemistry - Ångström, Uppsala University), M. Hahlin (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Uppsala University), D. Brandell (Department of Chemistry - Ångström, Uppsala University), M. S. Islam (Department of Chemistry, University of Bath), P. G. Bruce (Department of Materials, University of Oxford), and K. Edström (Department of Chemistry - Ångström, Uppsala University) Unexpected Relation between Degradation Rate of Lithium Ion Battery and Stage Structure of Graphite Anode – Y. Ito, K. Sato, A. Tamai, and K. Nakao (Honda R&D Co., Ltd. Automobile R&D Center) Thermodynamic Effects on Nonlinear Electrochemical Impedance Spectra in Lithium NMC | Graphite Cells – V. W. Hu and D. T. Schwartz (University of Washington) Mechanical Measurements of Aging in Lithium-Ion Pouch Cells Under Various Cycling Ranges – X. M. Liu and C. B. Arnold (Princeton University) Break Coupled Mechanical and Electrochemical Analyses of Reconstructed LiFePO4 By FIB/ SEM in Lithium-Ion Battery – S. Kim and H. Y. S. Huang (North Carolina State University) Investigation of Li0.6FePO4 Phase Separation Kinetics Starting from Solid Solution – L. Savignac, D. Polcari, and S. B. Schougaard (NanoQAM, Université du Québec à Montréal, Departement of Chemistry) Investigation of Process-Structure-Property Relationships of Hierarchically Structured NCM Cathode Materials in Lithium-IonBatteries (LIBs) – A. C. Wagner, N. Bohn, and J. R. Binder (KIT - Institute for Applied Materials) Investigating LiNi1/3Mn1/3Co1/3O2 Polarization Resistances in Function of Temperature and Voltage at Different Stages of Lifetime – M. Varini (KTH Royal Institute of Technology), M. Klett (Scania CV AB), and G. Lindbergh (KTH Royal Institute of Technology) Towards the Realization of Aqueous Electrode Processing for Sustainable High-Energy Lithium-Ion Cathodes – M. Kuenzel, G. T. Kim, D. Bresser, and S. Passerini (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)) Elucidating Singlet Oxygen Production in LiIon and Metal-Air Batteries – G. Houchins, V. Pande, A. Khetan, and V. Viswanathan (Carnegie Mellon University) Microscale Half-Cell Modeling of NMC and Graphite Electrodes – F. L. E. UsseglioViretta, P. Graf, A. Colclasure, and K. Smith (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) 101

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Evaluation of Effect of Particle Size Distribution on Lithium-Ion Battery Performance By Multi-Element Network Model – G. Inoue, H. Mashioka, and Y. Tsuge (Kyushu University) Break Advanced Impedance Analysis of Calendar and Cycle Aged NCA-LCO/Graphite LithiumIon Batteries – M. Dippon, M. Weiss, S. Gantenbein, and E. Ivers-Tiffée (IAM-WET, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)) Electrochemical and Thermal Model of a 21700 Cylindrical Lithium Ion Battery with Integrated Solid Electrolyte Interphase – B. Hari (University of Warwick), M. X. Odio, L. Somerville (Jaguar Land Rover), A. McGordon, and W. D. Widanage (University of Warwick) Beyond Conventional Reaction Mechanism of Ordered Mesoporous Nickel Oxide for Lithium Ion Batteries – T. Kim (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University), K. H. Kim (Department of Chemistry, Sungkyunkwan University), J. Yoon, H. Kim (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University), J. M. Kim (Department of Chemistry, Sungkyunkwan University), and W. S. Yoon (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University) Multiscale Simulation of the Fabrication Process of Lithium Ion Battery Electrodes – A. A. Franco (LRCS (CNRS&UPJV), RS2E, ALISTORE-ERI), A. Ngandjong, A. Rucci (LRCS (CNRS&UPJV), RS2E, ALISTORE ERI), and E. Primo (LRCS (CNRS&UPJV), RS2E) Characterizing Lithium-Ion Cell State with a Streamlined Electrochemical/Thermal Model Parameterized By Lock-in Thermography – H. N. Chu and C. W. Monroe (Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford) Electrochemical Evaluation of the Aging Process for NCA/Graphite Cylindrical Cells Intended for Off-Grid PV Applications – F. A. Benavente (Royal Institute of Technology, Universidad Mayor de San Andres), A. O. Lundblad (Applied Electrochemistry), S. Cabrera (Universidad Mayor de San Andres), M. Varini, and G. Lindbergh (KTH Royal Institute of Technology) Battery Durability and Reliability under Electric Utility Grid Operations: Representative Usage Aging – G. Baure, A. Devie, and M. Dubarry (University of Hawaii, Hawaii Natural Energy Institute)


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Beyond Lithium-Ion Batteries

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Battery / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Galactic 7, Sunrise Center

Li-oxygen Batteries – 08:00 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Lee R. Johnson and Stefan A. Freunberger 08:00

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Elucidating the Structure and Electrochemical Properties of Dimethylacetamide-Based Electrolytes for Lithium-Air Batteries – A. M. Alsudairi (Northeastern University, King Abdulaziz University), A. Lajami, I. Kendrick, S. Mukerjee, and K. M. Abraham (Northeastern University) Singlet Oxygen in Non-Aqueous Battery Chemistries – E. Mourad, N. Mahne, L. Schafzahl, Y. K. Petit, B. Schafzahl (Graz University of Technology), S. E. Renfrew (Department of Chemical Engineering, UC, Berkeley), D. Kramer (University of Southampton), O. Fontaine (Institut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier), M. Wilkening, C. Slugovc (Graz University of Technology), B. D. McCloskey (Department of Chemical Engineering, UC Berkeley), S. M. Borisov, and S. A. Freunberger (Graz University of Technology) Highly Enhanced Cycleability from High Crystalline Biaxially Aligned CNT Web for LiAir Cathode Applications – H. Kim (Samsung advanced institute of technoology), Y. Cho, M. Byeon (Seoul National University), W. Baek (Samsung advanced institute of technology), H. J. Kwon (Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.), D. J. Lee (Samsung Electronics), H. Lee (Samsung advanced institute of technology), Y. Jung, C. R. Park (Seoul National University), and D. Im (Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.) Unraveling the Lithium Hydroxide Formation Reaction Mechanism in Lithium-O2 Batteries: A Theoretical Study – A. E. Torres (Department of Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University) and P. B. Balbuena (Texas A& M University) Aprotic Li/O2 Batteries: Reactions and Products in Different Electrolytes – M. Augustin (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), P. E. Vullum (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), A. M. Svensson, and F. Vullum-Bruer (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) Break The Rechargeable Aprotic Lithiumoxygen Battery – C. Holc (University of Oxford, Department of Materials), A. Pateman, X. Gao (University of Oxford), Y. Chen (University of Oxford, Department of Materials), P. G. Bruce (University of Oxford), and L. R. Johnson (University of Nottingham) Biological Redox Mediation for Oxygen Reduction Reaction Catalysts in Lithium– Oxygen Batteries – Y. Ko, H. Park, J. Kim (Seoul National University), H. D. Lim (University of California, San Diego), B. Lee, G. Kwon, and K. Kang (Seoul National University)

A Nature-Inspired Molecular Catalyst for Sustainable and Efficient Lithium-Oxygen Batteries – J. S. Lee (Sookmyung Women’s University), C. Lee (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology), J. Y. Lee (Sookmyung Women’s University), J. Ryu (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology), and W. H. Ryu (Sookmyung Women’s University) Design and Development of Advanced AirCathodes for Li-Air Battery – J. J. Wu (NASA Glenn Research Center) Electrochemical Properties of LithiumAir Secondary Batteries with CatalystModified Carbon Electrodes – R. Shuhama, R. Bannai, T. Mandai, M. Kojima, K. Ui, and T. Takeguchi (Faculty of Science and Engineering, Iwate University)

Redox Flow and Aqueous Batteries – 14:00 – 17:00 Co-Chairs: Javit A. Drake and Dipan Kundu 14:00

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Multi-Redox Molecule for High-Energy Redox Flow Batteries – G. Kwon (Seoul National University), S. Lee (Seoul National Univeresity), J. Hwang (Korea Institute of Sceince and Technology), H. S. Shim, B. Lee (Seoul National University), M. H. Lee (Seoul National Univeresity), Y. Ko, S. K. Jung, K. Ku, J. Hong, and K. Kang (Seoul National University) Critical Role of Supporting Electrolyte Selection on Flow Battery Cost: Combined Effects of Cell Materials and Operation – J. D. Milshtein (Form Energy, Inc), R. M. Darling (United Technologies Research Center, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), J. A. Drake (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), M. L. Perry (United Technologies Research Center), and F. R. Brushett (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Thiadiazoles As Anolytes for Nonaqueous Redox Flow Cells – J. Huang, W. Duan (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), J. Zhang (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR)), I. A. Shkrob (Argonne National Laboratory), R. Assary (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR)), X. Wei (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis), and L. Zhang (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR)) A Novel Sulfonated Aromatic Polymer Membrane with Different Pendant Groups for Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries (VRFBs) – T. Wang (University of Illinois, Chicago), J. Han, K. Kim (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), J. Lee (University of Illinois, Chicago), C. Bae (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), and S. Kim (University of Illinois, Chicago) Break Towards Better Aqueous Zn Batteries: Through in-Depth Understanding and Cathode Host Development – D. Kundu (Dept. of Materials, ETH-Zurich), P. Oberholzer, C. Glaros, and H. Glatz (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Development of High Capacity Metal-Ligand Electrolytes for Grid-Scale Non-Aqueous Redox Flow Battery – S. Maurya, T. Chu, E. J. Park, Y. S. Kim, N. Smythe, J. Gordon, B. L. Davis, and R. Mukundan (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Nitrogen and Phosphorous Co-Doped Carbon Felt for Enhancing VO2+/VO2+ Redox Reaction for Vanadium Redox Flow Battery – Y. Suharto (Seoul National University of Science and Technology) and K. J. Kim (Konkuk University) Unraveling the Electrochemical Energy Storage Mechanism of Vanadium Hexacyanoferrate-Based Metal-Organic Frameworks As a Cathode for Aqueous Rechargeable Batteries – J. H. Lee (Korea Institute of Materials Science)

Battery Safety and Failure Modes

Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Galactic 5, Sunrise Center

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Introductory Remarks (Invited) In Situ Measurement of Temperature Distributions in Lithium-Ion Cells Under Extreme Conditions for Failure Analysis – G. Zhang and X. Du (University of Alabama in Huntsville) (Invited) Investigation of Thermal Propagation Test Methods of Lithium-Ion Batteries for Vehicles – M. Takahashi and K. Maeda (Japan Automobile Research Institute) Break Measuring Oxygen Release from Cathode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries – H. Kim (Kyushu University I2CNER), S. Ikeda (Mazda Motor Corporation Technical Research Center, Kyushu University I2CNER), H. Sakai, and F. Hiroki (Mazda Motor Corporation Technical Research Center) In Operando Cell Diagnostic with MRI – E. V. Silletta, M. Mohammadi, A. Ilott (New York University), M. J. Ganter, C. Schauerman (Rochester Institute of Technology), and A. Jerschow (New York University) Infrared Microscopy for Characterizing Thermal Transport in Lithium-Ion Batteries – R. Kantharaj, Y. Sun, and A. Marconnet (Purdue University) Operando Spectroscopy of Alkyl CarbonateBased Electrolyte Decomposition in LiCoO2 Batteries – J. M. Porter and N. Saqib (Colorado School of Mines) Thermal Stability Study of Commercial Lithium-Ion Batteries As a Function of Cathode Chemistry and State-of-Charge – S. Ferreira, H. Barkholtz (Sandia National Laboratories), S. Ivanov (Los Alamos National Laboratories), J. Lamb, J. Langendorf, and B. R. Chalamala (Sandia National Laboratories) A Study on Alternative Test Methods of Forced Internal Short Circuit Test for LithiumIon Batteries in Automobile Applications – K. Maeda and M. Takahashi (Japan Automobile Research Institute)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

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Introductory Remarks (Invited) Battery Safety across Different Use-Cases – S. Santhanagopalan, Y. Chen, C. Yang, and Q. Li (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) (Invited) The Role of Variability in Failure for High Energy and High Power Batteries – S. C. Nagpure, E. J. Dufek, T. R. Tanim, B. Liaw, and C. C. Dickerson (Idaho National Laboratory) Break Electrochemical and Mechanical Driving Forces for Lithium Electrodeposition – A. Jana, S. I. Woo, K. S. Vikrant, and R. E. García (School of Materials Engineering, Purdue University) Internal Short Circuit Modeling: A 3D/2D Multiphysics Coupled Cell Model – D. Buzon (CEA - Liten (Comissariat à l’énergie atomique)) and S. Abada (CEA - Liten (Commissariat à l’énergie atomique))

Physicochemical Modelling of Novel Components and Devices for Energy Storage: from Atomistic Level to Macroscopic Processes Battery / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Mars 1/2/3/4, Sunrise Center

New Advances in Electrolyte Behavior and Interfacial Phenomena 1 – 08:00 – 09:40 Co-Chairs: Jorge Gabriel Vázquez and Roberto Longo 08:00

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Semi-Empirical Cycle Life Model with Electrolyte Depletion Function for Long Cycle Prediction of Lithium-Ion Battery – J. Park, W. A. Appiah, S. Byun (DGIST), D. Jin, M. H. Ryou (Hanbat National University), and Y. M. Lee (DGIST) (Invited) Atomic Scale Simulations of Interfacial Phenomena in Solid Electrolytes – D. J. Siegel (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor) First-Principles Study of Electrolyte Decomposition at the Lithium-Metal Anode – L. E. Camacho-Forero (Department of Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University) and P. B. Balbuena (Texas A& M University) (Invited) Kinetics-Controlled Degradation Reactionsat Lipon/Li(x)CoO(2) and LiPON/ Li-Metal Interfaces – K. Leung (Sandia National Laboratories), A. J. Pearse (University of Maryland, College Park), A. A. Talin, E. J. Fuller (Sandia National Labs), G. W. Rubloff (Institute for Systems Research), and N. A. Modine (Sandia National Laboratories)

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Advanced Diagnostics and Characterization – 08:00 – 11:50 Co-Chairs: Boryann Liaw and Chao-Yang Wang

Failure Modes Modeling and Analysis Methodologies – 13:20 – 15:50 Co-Chairs: Guangsheng Zhang and George J. Nelson


New Advances in Electrolyte Behavior and Interfacial Phenomena 2 – 10:00 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Perla B Balbuena and Alejandro Franco 10:00

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(Invited) Computational Screening of Single Ion Conducting Polymer Electrolytes Based on sp3 Boron-Poly (ethylene glycol) – G. Ramos-Sánchez and G. Guzmán (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana - Iztapalapa) Towards First-Principles Design of Battery Components for Current and Next-Generation Li-Ion Batteries – V. Viswanathan (Carnegie Mellon University) (Invited) Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Solid Electrolytes for Li-Ion Nanobatteries – J. M. Seminario, V. H. Ponce, D. E. GalvezAranda, C. Vicharra, L. Selis, F. Franco-Gallo, and M. Gamero T (Texas A&M University) (Invited) Ionic Liquids at Electrified Interfaces: From Double Layers to Decomposition – J. B. Haskins, H. Yildirim, C. Bauschlicher, and J. W. Lawson (NASA Ames Research Center) Multiscale Modeling of Nanostructured Electrodes and Interfaces in Li-Ion Batteries – D. Bedrov, J. B. Hooper (The University of Utah), C. Gritton, M. Berzins, and R. M. Kirby (Scientific Computing Institute, University of Utah) (Invited) First-Principles Approaches to Modeling Electrochemical Interfaces Validated By X-Ray Spectroscopy – D. Prendergast (The Molecular Foundry, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

Negative Electrodes and SEI Formation – 14:00 – 16:50 Co-Chairs: Stephen J. Paddison and Shelley D. Minteer 14:00

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(Invited) Mesoscale Understanding of Lithium Electrodeposition – P. P. Mukherjee, F. Hao, A. Verma, and A. N. Mistry (Purdue University) Elucidating Mechanisms of Li Plating on Li Anodes of Lithium-Based Batteries – X. Qin, M. Shao (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology), and P. B. Balbuena (Texas A& M University) Modeling the Voltage Response of Lithium Symmetric Cells – J. Chen, A. Subramaniam (University of Washington, Seattle), N. R. Geise, R. M. Kasse (Stanford University), M. F. Toney (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory), and V. R. Subramanian (University of Washington, Seattle) Fundamental Understanding of Solid Electrolyte Interface (SEI) Effects on Li Dendrite Evolution: Multi-Scale Modeling Study – V. Yurkiv, A. Ramasubramanian, T. Foroozan, R. Shahbazian-Yassar, and F. Mashayek (University of Illinois at Chicago) Break (Invited) Evaluating Strategies for Dendrite Prevention in Li Metal Anodes – V. Srinivasan, P. Barai (Argonne National Laboratory), and K. Higa (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

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A 1D Mathematical Model to Study the Effects of Adhesive Strength on the Electrochemical Performance of Silicon Electrodes for Advanced Lithium Ion Batteries – W. A. Appiah, J. Park, S. Byun (DGIST), I. Cho (University of Wollongong), M. H. Ryou (Hanbat National University), and Y. M. Lee (DGIST)

Carbon Nanostructures: From Fundamental Studies to Applications and Devices Nanocarbons / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Universal 4, Expo Center

Chemistry and Electrochemistry – 08:00 – 10:40 Co-Chairs: Krzysztof Fic and Steven Stevenson 08:00

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Toward the Chemical Isolation of Larger-Size Empty-Cage Fullerenes – S. Stevenson and R. Koenig (Purdue University - Fort Wayne) A Mechanism for the Enhancement of the Catalytic Activity of Graphene As a Support Material for Oxygen Evolution Reaction Based on Mixed Potential Theory – M. R. Reda (Canadelectrochim) and G. Reda (www. powellcontracting.com) Operando Electrochemical on-Line Mass Spectrometry As an Accurate Tool for Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of Carbon/Carbon Electrochemical Capacitors Ageing – P. Przygocki, P. Ratajczak (Poznan University of Technology), and F. Béguin (ICTE, Poznan University of Technology) Polyoxometalate Chemistry in Carbon Nanotubes – G. N. Newton, J. Jordan, G. Lowe, D. A. Walsh, and A. N. Khlobystov (University of Nottingham) Natural Antioxidants for Activated CarbonBased Electrochemical Capacitors with Enhanced Energy and Cycle Life – K. Fic, J. Menzel, and P. Bujewska (Poznan University of Technology) Break Proton Transfer Can Occur at High Rates through Single-Layer Graphene in Nafion | Graphene | Nafion Sandwich Structures – S. E. Creager, S. Bukola (Clemson University), C. Korzeniewski (Texas Tech University), and J. M. Harris (University of Utah) Electrochemical Intercalation of AP-CVD Grown Few-Layer and Multi-Layer Graphene – A. Accogli, E. Gibertini, L. Pedrazzetti, G. Panzeri, A. Lucotti, and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano)

Materials and Synthesis 1 – 10:40 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Edward Roberts and Ilona Acznik 10:40

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Synthesis of Graphene By Electrochemical Exfoliation of Graphite in Aqueous Solution – E. P. L. Roberts, F. Sharif (University of Calgary), S. Holmes, and M. Perez-page (The University of Manchester) Controllable Synthesis of Circular Graphene Domains By Atmosphere Pressure Chemical Vapor Deposition – G. P. Dai (North Carolina Central University, Nanchang University), K. Vinodgopal, M. H. Wu (North Carolina Central University), and B. B. Jiang (Nanchang University) AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Plasma Enhanced CVD Growth of Graphene on Cu and Ge – B. Bekdüz, J. Twellmann, J. Mischke, W. Mertin, and G. Bacher (University Duisburg-Essen) Carbon Nano-Onions Synthesized By Laser Pyrolysis As Catalyst Support in Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – J. Yeon, I. Choi, and M. Choi (Seoul National University)

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Carbon-Based Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction Prepared By Ball Milling – E. KibenaPõldsepp, R. Sibul, S. Ratso (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu), L. Matisen, M. Merisalu, M. Kook (Institute of Physics, University of Tartu), V. Sammelselg, and K. Tammeveski (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu) Carbon Spaghetti from the Reduction of Molten Carbonate Salts – M. Hughes, J. A. Allen, and S. W. Donne (University of Newcastle) Bio-Derived Nanocarbons in Electrochemical Applications – I. Acznik and K. Lota (Institute of Non-Ferrous Metals, Lab. Batteries & Cells) Preparation and Evaluation of Pt-Ru/CNTs Catalysts for Direct Methanol Fuel Cell – B. A. Tavakoli Mehrabadi, J. R. Regalbuto, J. W. Weidner, and J. R. Monnier (University of South Carolina) 3D Porous Carbon Networks Decorated Metal-Organic Framworks and Their Derivates for Energy Storage – X. Deng, L. Ma, and N. Zhao (Tianjin University)

B01 Poster Session – 17:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center •

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Comparative Study of PtCo/MNC and PtCo/ Rgo As Anodic Electrocatalysts for Methanol Electro-Oxidation in Acid Medium – D. Macias Ferrer, J. A. Melo Banda, R. Silva Rodrigo (TNM/Instituto Tecnológico de Cd. Madero), J. Y. Verde Gómez (TNM/Instituto Tecnológico de Cancún), U. Páramo García (TNM/Instituto Tecnológico de Cd. Madero), P. Del Ángel Vicente (Instituto Mexicano del Petróleo), and M. Lam Maldonado (TNM/ Instituto Tecnológico de Cd. Madero) Metal-Organic Framework Derived Carbonaceous Materials As Superior Electrode Catalysts for Quantum Dot Sensitized Solar Cells – Y. Li, L. Zhao, and L. Zhao (East China University of Science and Technology) Flexible Micro-Supercapacitors Based on Interdigitated Electrodes of Flash Lamp Annealed Graphene and Carbon Nanotube Composites – Y. Myung, S. Jung, and T. Kim (Department of BionanoTechnology, Gachon University) Novel Process Development of Pyrolytic Carbon Devices – L. Gastian, P. S. Finnegan (Sandia National Labs), C. M. Washburn, C. Dyck, D. B. Burckel, J. Blecke, M. N. Rector, K. B. Pfeifer, and M. R. Satches (Sandia National Laboratories)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

C01

The Inductive and Capacitive Characteristics of Carbonate-Derived Carbons – M. Hughes, J. A. Allen, and S. W. Donne (University of Newcastle) 3-D Printing with Carbon Nanotube Composites – T. Farthing, S. Mukherjee, and G. Singh (Kansas State University) Synthesis and Electrochemical Study of Graphene Based Nanomaterials for Energy and Environmental Applications – B. Sidhureddy, A. R. Thiruppathi, E. Q. Boateng, and A. Chen (University of Guelph) Carbon Quantum Dots in Novel Photosystem I-Based Photovoltaics for Enhanced Photocurrent – C. Stachurski, G. K. Jennings, and D. E. Cliffel (Vanderbilt University) Influence of Heat Treatment Temperature of Graphene Oxide on the Transport of Charge in Nanocomposites with Pressure Sensitive Paints – C. Brito de Souza (Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica), A. G. Dias Impere (Instituto de Aeronáutica e Espaço), R. Barbosa Hilario (Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica), A. M. Gama (Instituto de Aeronáutica e Espaço), and E. S. Gonçalves (Instituto de Aeronáutica e Espaço, Instituto Tecnológico da Aeronáutica) Nanoscale Electrochemical Imaging of Aligned Semiconducting and Metallic Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Bundles – A. Kumatani (AIMR, Tohoku University, Grad. School of Environmental Studies, Tohoku University), T. Okada (IFS, Tohoku University), T. Yasufumi (Kanazawa University, JST PREST), M. Shimura (Grad. School of Environmental Studies, Tohoku University), H. Shiku (Dept. of Applied Chemistry, Tohoku University), S. Samukawa (IFS, Tohoku University, AIMR, Tohoku University), and T. Matsue (Grad. School of Environmental Studies, Tohoku University) First Principles Study on Hydrogen Intercalation into Buffer Layer Grown on SiC(0001) Surface – J. Nara, T. Yamasaki, and T. Ohno (National Institute for Materials Science)

Corrosion General Session Corrosion Universal 1, Expo Center

Corrosion and Protection 1 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Sannakaisa Virtanen and Masayuki Itagaki 08:00 08:05 566

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Welcoming Remarks Effect of Interstitial Carbon on Anodic Polarization Behavior of Fe-33Mn-C Austenitic Steels – A. Chiba (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)), M. Koyama (Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kyushu University), E. Akiyama (Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University), and T. Nishimura (National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)) Nanocarriers for Corrosion Control in Reinforced Concrete: The Concept, Justified Performance and Future Challenges – D. A. Koleva (Delft University of Technology)

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Failure Analysis of Boiler Water Wall Tube for Power Generation in District Heating – S. Y. Lee, M. Hong, H. Chae (Chungnam National University), W. C. Kim (Korea District Heating Corporation), J. G. Kim (Sungkyunkwan University), and H. Kim (Hongik University) Study of Portland Cement Based Materials with Addiction from Cactus Opuntia Ficusindica – Y. Díaz Blanco, J. Uruchurtu, and C. Menchaca (Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos, CIICAp-UAEM) Understanding the Scales Formation Inhibition Mechanism on C-Steel in a Sour media – N. Al-Qahtani, J. Qi (Imperial College London), A. M. Abdullah (Center for Advanced Materials, Qatar University, Qatar), N. Laycock (Qatar Shell), and M. P. Ryan (Imperial College London) Break On the Influence of Stress on the Corrosion Susceptibility of Austenitic Stainless Steel – C. L. Alexander (Sandia National Laboratories), N. A. Kemp (Sandia National Laboratories, University of New Mexico), Z. Yu, X. Wu, S. Gordon (Colorado School of Mines), and E. J. Schindelholz (Sandia National Laboratories) Correlating the Microstructure and Surface Morphology of Additively Manufactured 304L Series Stainless Steel to Its Corrosion Response – M. A. Melia (Sandia National Laboratories, University of Virginia), R. F. Schaller (University of British Columbia, Sandia National Laboratories), H. D. Nguyen (Sandia National Laboratories, University of New Mexico), J. M. Taylor, J. Rodelas, and E. J. Schindelholz (Sandia National Laboratories) The Underoil Droplet Corrosion Behavior of X100 Pipeline Steel – H. Liang, J. Liu, R. F. Schaller, and E. Asselin (The University of British Columbia) Galvanic Corrosion between AA5052 Aluminum-Magnesium Alloy and SS400 Carbon Steel in Aqueous NaCl Solutions – K. Ota, E. Tada (Tokyo Institute of Technology), A. Ooi (Tokyo Institute of Techonology), and A. Nishikata (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Electrochemical Behavior of Inconel 800 and Waspaloy with Application in Aeronautical Industry – R. Rocha Reséndez, J. A. Cabral (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), O. P. Samaniego Gamez (Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon), J. Diaz, F. Estupiñan-Lopez, C. G. Tiburcio (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), and F. Almeraya (universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León)

Corrosion Division H. H. Uhlig Award Address – 14:00 – 14:30 Co-Chairs: Sannakaisa Virtanen and Masayuki Itagaki 14:00

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(Corrosion Division H. H. Uhlig Award) NonFaradaic Release of Copper during Corrosion of Engineering Alloys – R. Buchheit (The Ohio State University)

Corrosion Division Morris Cohen Graduate Student Award Address – 14:30 – 15:00 Co-Chairs: Masayuki Itagaki and Sannakaisa Virtanen 14:30

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(Corrosion Division Morris Cohen Graduate Student Award) Local Hydrogen Detection Techniques for Atmospheric Uptake in UltraHigh Strength Steels – R. F. Schaller (The University of British Columbia), S. Thomas, N. Birbilis (Monash University), and J. R. Scully (University of Virginia)

Corrosion and Protection 2 – 15:20 – 17:00 Co-Chairs: Masayuki Itagaki and Sannakaisa Virtanen 15:20

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Electrochemical Aspects of Copper Atmospheric Corrosion in Saline Environments – E. J. Schindelholz (Sandia National Laboratories), H. Cong (University of Akron), C. Jove-colon (Sandia National Laboratories), S. Li (University of Akron), J. Ohlhausen, and H. K. Moffat (Sandia National Laboratories) In Situ Microscopic Observation of Pitting Corrosion Behavior of A1050-O – H. Kakinuma, I. Muto, Y. Sugawara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University), Y. Oya, Y. Kyo (UACJ Corporation R&D Division), and N. Hara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University) EIS Study on Effects of Inorganic Inhibitors on Localized Corrosion on Stainless Steels at PEFC Environments – M. Ueyama, Y. Hoshi, I. Shitanda, M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science), S. Takata, and T. Kogure (Toyota Motor Corporation) Dissolution Behavior and Changes in the Surface Morphology of Pt-Cu Nanoparticles – A. Ooi (Tokyo Institute of Techonology), Y. Shigihara, E. Tada, and A. Nishikata (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Electrochemical Noise of Electrophoretic Coatings with Nanoparticles TiO2 and ZnO – F. Estupiñan-Lopez (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), C. Gaona-Tiburcio (Universidad Autónoma del Nuevo León), J. A. Cabral-Miramontes, R. Treviño-Morales (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), and F. Almeraya-Calderón (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo león)

Pits & Pores 8: Nanomaterials – Fabrication, Properties, and Applications Corrosion / Luminescence and Display Materials Universal 2, Expo Center

Applications 2 and Selforganized Nanostructures 2 – 08:00 – 10:20 Co-Chairs: Manuela Scarselli and Kurt W Kolasinski 08:00

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(Invited) The Crucial Role of Nano-Sized Porosity in the Lithiation and Stability of Methylated Amorphous Si Electrodes for Li-Ion Batteries – B. M. Koo, Y. Feng, M. Panagopoulou (Ecole Polytechnique), A. Cheriet (Ecole Polytechnique, CRTSE), D. Dalla Corte (Ecole Polytechnique, Collège de France), E. Larquet, C. Henry de Villeneuve, F. Maroun, J. N. Chazalviel, M. Rosso, and F. Ozanam (CNRS - Ecole Polytechnique)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Morphology Evolution in Titanium Dioxide Nanotubes Arrays Prepared By Electrochemical Anodization – J. Tirano, H. Zea (Universidad Nacional de Colombia), and C. Luhrs (Naval Posgraduate School) In-Situ Observations of Anodic Alumina Nanopore Growth and Self-Organisation – G. S. Harlow, N. Vinogradov, J. Evertsson, W. Linpe (Lund University), F. Carlà, R. Felici (European Synchrotron Radiation Facility), and E. Lundgren (Lund University) Direct Synthesis of Nanotubular Si-TiO2for Lithium-Ion Batteries Anodes By Anodizing – R. C. Valente and L. F. P. Dick (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul) (Invited) Overview of Titania Nanotubes for Li-Ion Microbatteries – T. Djenizian (Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de SaintEtienne)

Fabrication and Characterization 2 – 10:40 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Scott Lillard and Thierry Djenizian 10:40

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Semiconductor Dissolution – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: David J Lockwood and Sachiko Ono 14:00

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(Invited) Light Enhanced Metal Assisted Chemical Etching of Silicon – E. QuirogaGonzález (Institute of Physics, BUAP), M. Á. Juárez-Estrada, and E. Gómez-Barojas (Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

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Hierarchical Porous Silicon and Porous Silicon Nanowires Produced with Regenerative Electroless Etching (ReEtching) and Metal Assisted Catalytic Etching (MACE) – K. W. Kolasinski, B. A. Unger (West Chester University), H. Yu (University of Connecticut, Honeywell UOP), A. Ernst, M. Aindow (University of Connecticut), E. Mäkilä, and J. Salonen (University of Turku) Formation and Dissolution of Mesoporous Layer during Metal-Assisted Etching of Silicon – A. Matsumoto, M. Eguchi, and S. Yae (University of Hyogo) (Invited) Photo-Assisted Etching of Porous Silicon in Hydrofluoric Acid By Monochromatic Light – B. Gelloz (Nagoya University), H. Fuwa, E. Kondoh, and L. Jin (University of Yamanashi) Break

Oxide Formation and Selforganized Nanostructures 2 – 16:10 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Enrique Quiroga Gonzalez and D. Noel Buckley 16:10

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(Invited) 3D Multifunctional Carbon Nanotube Networks – M. Scarselli (Tor Vergata) Analysis of Nucleation Phenomena for Metallic Chromium Coatings Formed on Nanostructured Surfaces By of a Pulsed Laser – A. Espinoza Gálvez, J. Torres-González, and R. Antaño López (CIDETEQ) (Invited) A One Dimensional Crevice Experiment for Determining the Critical Factors Contributing to Crevice Corrosion Stability and Repassivation – S. Lillard, D. M. Salgado, and S. Mehrazi (University of Akron) Concluding Remarks

C02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center •

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Fabrication of Sticky and Slippery Superhydrophobic Aluminum Surfaces Via Pyrophosphoric Acid Anodizing and SAM Modification – D. Nakajima, T. Kikuchi, S. Natsui, and R. O. Suzuki (Hokkaido University) Determining Strain, Chemical Composition, and Thermal Properties of Si/SiGe Nanostructures Via Raman Scattering Spectroscopy – L. Tsybeskov, S. A. Mala, X. Wang (New Jersey Institute of Technology), J. M. Baribeau, X. Wu, and D. J. Lockwood (National Research Council Canada)

Semiconductors, Dielectrics, and Metals for Nanoelectronics 16

Dielectric Science and Technology / Electronics and Photonics Universal 7, Expo Center

2D Materials and Devices – 08:30 – 11:50 Co-Chairs: Lincoln J Lauhon and Joan M. Redwing 08:30

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(Invited) 2D Non-Volatile RF Switches – M. Kim and D. Akinwande (The University of Texas at Austin) (Invited) Epitaxial Growth of 2D Transition Metal Dichalcogenide Monolayers, Alloys and Heterostructures – X. Zhang, M. Chubarov, T. Choudhury, and J. M. Redwing (The Pennsylvania State University) 107

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Influence of Li+ on the Compact and Porous Anodizing of Ti: Achieving Porous Anodizing Conditions Just By the Addition of Li+ Ion – L. F. P. Dick (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul), P. Allongue (Ecole Polytechnique), G. Knörnschild, R. L. Maltez, R. C. Valente, J. A. Peñafiel-Castro, and C. R. Meneses (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul) Hard Porous Alumina Coatings Via Etidronic Acid Anodizing – T. Kikuchi, A. Takenaga, S. Natsui, and R. O. Suzuki (Hokkaido University) Turning Nano Porous Aluminium Black: An in Situ High-Energy X-Ray Diffraction and X-Ray Fluorescence Study – N. Vinogradov, W. Linpe, G. S. Harlow, J. Evertsson (Lund University), J. Drnec (European Synchrotron Radiation Facility), and E. Lundgren (Lund University) In-Situ X-Ray Observations of Sn Electrodeposition into Anodized Alumina – W. Linpe, G. S. Harlow, J. Evertsson, U. Hejral, F. Lenrick (Lund University), S. Seifert (Argonne National Laboratory), N. Vinogradov, and E. Lundgren (Lund University) (Invited) Electrochemical Formation of Nanoporous Indium Phosphide in KOH Electrolytes – D. N. Buckley, N. Quill, and R. P. Lynch (Department of Physics, University of Limerick, Ireland)

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Break (Invited) Variable Doping of MoS2 By Atomic Layer Deposition of Molybdenum Oxides of Controlled Stochiometry – L. J. Lauhon (Department of Materials Science and Engineering) (Invited) Strain and Electromechanical Coupling at the Nanoscale in Atomically Thin Transition Metal Dichalcogenides – E. T. Yu, Z. Zhang, C. J. Brennan, A. C. De Palma, G. Cossio, and K. Koul (University of Texas at Austin) Investigation on Tunable Optical Properties and Structures of Graphene Quantum Dots Doped with Boron and Sulfur Heteroatoms – J. Feng, B. Pang, H. Dong, L. Yu (Qingdao University of Science and Technology), and L. Dong (Hamline University, Qingdao University of Science and Technology) Large Area Growth of MoS2 By Chemical Vapour Deposition – E. Coleman (Tyndall National Institute, University Cork, Cork), S. Monaghan (University College Cork), F. Gity (Tyndall National Institute), M. Schmidt (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork), J. Connolly, J. Lin, L. Walsh (Tyndall National Institute), K. Cherkaoui (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork), K. O’Neill, N. McEvoy, C. O’ Coileain (CRANN, Trinity College Dublin), D. Buckley (University College Cork), C. O’Dwyer (School of Chemistry, University College Cork), P. K. Hurley (Tyndall National Institute), and G. S. Duesberg (Universität der Bundeswehr München) Wafer Scale Graphene Field Effect Transistors on Thin Thermal Oxide – A. V. Ravichandran, J. Lee, L. Cheng, A. T. Lucero, L. Colombo, C. D. Young (University of Texas at Dallas), A. Venugopal, A. Polley (Texas Instruments Incorporated), and J. Kim (University of Texas at Dallas)

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(Invited) Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Material Based Nanotube Tunnel Field Effect Transistor with Core-Shell Gate Stacks – M. M. Hussain, N. Elatab (KAUST), A. N. Hanna (KAUST and University of California, Los Angeles), A. M. Hussain (IIIT and KAUST), H. M. Fahad (KAUST and University of California, Berkeley), and S. Shaikh (KAUST) (Invited) Bottom-up Grown Nanowire Quantum Devices – E. P. A. M. Bakkers (TU Eindhoven) (Invited) Gate Stack Technology for Advanced GaN-Based Mos Devices – H. Watanabe, T. Yamada, M. Nozaki, T. Hosoi, and T. Shimura (Osaka University) Break (Invited) Design and Reliability of GaN Power HEMT Technology – B. Shankar, A. Soni, S. Dutta Gupta, R. Sengupta, H. Khand, N. Mohan, S. Raghavan, N. Bhat, and M. Shrivastava (Indian Institute of Science) (Invited) Low-Power Nanoscale Sensors for Low-Concentration Hydrogen Detection in Expired Air – K. Uchida, T. Tanaka, and T. Yokoyama (Keio University)

Structural and Charging Stability of Metal Nanodot Memory in SiO2; First-Principles Study – T. Nakayama, S. Yamazaki, and Y. Shiraishi (Department of Physics, Chiba University) Bilayer Dielectrics for RRAM Devices – D. Misra (New Jersey Institute of Technology), S. Sultana (Indian Institute of Science), B. Jain (NJIT), N. Bhat (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India), 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) Effect of Misfit Dislocations in Junctions and Base Thickness on Latch-up Characteristics in Two-Terminal Vertical Thyristor-Based Capacitorless Memory – M. W. Kim, S. H. Song, G. J. Oh, J. S. Yoo, S. D. Yoo, T. H. Shim, E. K. Kim, and J. G. Park (Hanyang University) Concluding Remarks

Dielectric Science and Technology / Energy Technology Universal 12, Expo Center

Perovskite 1 – 09:00 – 10:10 Co-Chairs: Hiroki Hamada and Meng Tao 09:00

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Novel Devices – 13:30 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Ken Uchida and Muhammad Mustafa Hussain 13:30

Minimization of SiO2/4H-SiC (0001) Interface State Density By Low-Temperature PostOxidation-Annealing in Wet Ambient after Nitrogen Passivation – K. Kita, M. Nishida, R. Sakuta, and H. Hirai (The University of Tokyo)

(Invited) High Efficiency and Low Hysteresis Solar Cells Based on Perovskite with Triple Cation and Mixed Pb-Sn – L. Ji, Y. Wang, D. Liu, P. Zhang, H. Chen, F. Wang, H. Zheng (University of Electronic Science and Technology of China), Z. D. Chen (University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, University of Kentucky), and S. Li (University of Electronic Science and Technology of China) Influence of Perovskite Grain Size and TiO2 Surface States to the Performance of Perovskite Solar Cell – M. Nukunudompanich, K. Suzuki, K. Hasegawa, and M. Ihara (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Solution-Based Facile Fabrication of Heterojunction for Silicon Solar Cells Using Graphene Quantum Dots and PEDOT:PSS – X. Rongbin and S. Noda (Waseda University)

Perovskite 2 – 10:30 – 11:50 Co-Chairs: Meng Tao and Hiroki Hamada 10:30

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(Invited) Engineering of Nickel Oxide Hole Transport Layer for Inverted Perovskite Solar Cells – N. Shibayama (University of Hyogo, The University of Tokyo) and S. Ito (University of Hyogo)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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(Invited) Interface Modification for Efficient Charge Transfer in Perovskite Solar Cells – T. N. Murakami (Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)) Radiative Annealing of Perovskite Thin Films with Alkyl Halides – T. Druffel (University of Louisville)

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Si Photovoltaics – 14:00 – 15:20 Co-Chairs: Zhi David Chen and Thad Druffel 14:00

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(Invited) Crystalline Si Perc Solar Cell Technology – Q. Wang (Jinko Solar) (Invited) Monocrystalline Si Thin Film By High Speed Zone Melting / Heating Crystallization with Controlling Nano-Surface Roughness for Cost-Cutting Solar Cells with High Efficiency – M. Ihara (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Light-Induced Plating of Aluminum on Silicon in an Ionic Liquid – L. Wang, W. H. Huang, W. J. Shin, M. Tao (Arizona State University), B. Deng, and D. Wang (Wuhan University)

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Feasible Energy System with Electrochemical Hydrogen Energy Storage for Leveling the Received Electricity at Large-Scale Solar Cell Installation – T. Okubo, T. Shimizu, H. Lee, K. Hasegawa, and M. Ihara (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Sustainable Recycling of Wafer-Silicon Solar Modules – M. Tao, W. H. Huang (Arizona State University), B. Ebin, and B. M. Steenari (Chalmers University of Technology) Adhesion Force Degradation in Degraded Single Junction Amorphous Silicon Module By Scanning Probe Microscopy – G. O. Osayemwenre (Fort Hare Institute of Technology)

D02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center •

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Development of Printable Organic Solar Cells in a Large Area – H. J. Son (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)

Magnetic Materials Process and Devices 15

Electrodeposition / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Universal 10, Expo Center

Magnetic Materials - Deposition – 08:20 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Giovanni Zangari and Karin Leistner 08:20

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Nano-Enabled Microinductors for Power Electronics Microfabricated By Advanced Heterogeneous Integration – E. D. Langlois, J. Watt, J. R. Pillars, B. J. Kaehr, M. J. Abere, D. L. Huber, and T. C. Monson (Sandia National Laboratories) Cobalt-Iron-Manganese Electrodeposition for High Performance Magnetoelastic Resonators – J. R. Pillars, E. D. Langlois, C. L. Arrington (Sandia National Laboratories), and T. C. Monson (Sandia National Laboratory) (Invited) Electrodeposition of Equiatomic FeNi Films – Q. Lin and G. Zangari (University of Virginia)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

Magnetic Field Effects in Electrochemistry – 14:00 – 16:40 Co-Chairs: Kristina Tschulik and Krysti L. Knoche 14:00

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Evidence of a Magnetic Effect on the Electron Transfer of the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction (HER) – K. L. Knoche, H. C. Lee, N. Rathuwadu, and J. Leddy (University of Iowa) (Invited) Lanthanide Magnetoelectrocatalysis: Studying Electrocatalytic Effects of Various Lanthanide Triflates As Related to Their Magnetic Properties – K. L. Knoche (University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire), D. Parr IV, N. Rathuwadu, and J. Leddy (University of Iowa) Conducting-Polymer, Magnetohydrodynamic Devices for Sustained Microfluidic Pumping – F. Z. Khan and I. Fritsch (University of Arkansas) Break (Invited) Magnetic Gradient-Assisted Physical and Chemical Structuring of Electrodeposits – N. Blanc and K. Tschulik (Ruhr-Univeristy Bochum) Design of Magnetoelectrocatalysts for the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction – D. Parr IV, S. J. DeBie, and J. Leddy (University of Iowa)

Electrodeposition for Energy Application 4 Electrodeposition / Battery / Energy Technology Universal 8, Expo Center

Electrodeposition for Electrocatalysis 2 – 08:20 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Miomir B Vukmirovic and Nikolay Dimitrov 08:20

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A Mathematical Model and Experimental Examination of the Electrodeposition of Nanocatalysts on Various Substrates for Energy Conversion and Storage Applications – S. Karimi (University of Toronto)

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Cross Cutting – 16:00 – 17:00 Co-Chairs: Thad Druffel and Zhi David Chen

Break (Invited) Electrochemical Control of Epitaxial Growth and Magnetic Properties of Fe Nanostructures – K. Leistner (IFW Dresden) Nanoparticles of Spin Transition Compounds Made Electrochemically – X. DominguezBenetton, G. Pozo (Flemish Institute for Technological Research VITO), R. PratoModestino (KU Leuven, Flemish Institute for Technological Research VITO), P. Marin, P. M. de la Presa (Dto. Física Materiales, Univ. Complutense de Madrid), and J. Fransaer (dept. Materials Engineering, KU Leuven) Electrodeposition of Iron and Iron-Based Alloys from Ethylene Glycol Non-Aqueous Solutions – F. Cuneo, G. Panzeri, A. Accogli, and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano) Electrodeposition of Soft Magnetic Fe-Co and Fe-Co-Mn Films from Deep Eutectic Solvents – W. D. Sides, N. Kassouf, and Q. Huang (The University of Alabama) Electrodeposition of Magnetic Cobalt Thin Films and Nanowires from Ethylene GlycolBased Solutions – G. Panzeri, A. Accogli, E. Gibertini, F. Cuneo, and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano)


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Durable and Cost Effective Oxygen Electrode Prepared By Electrodeposition for Proton Exchange Membrane Water Electrolyzer (PEMWE) – S. Choe (Korea Institute of Materials Science), H. J. Lee, A. Lim, H. S. Park (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), K. H. Lee (Korea Institute of Materials and Science), and J. H. Jang (Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST)) Vulcan Xc-72R Supported Silver-Based Bimetallic Nanoparticles As Novel Electrocatalytic Platforms for Improve Performance in Oxygen Reduction Reactions – M. Vega (UPR-Rio Piedras Campus) Break Cobalt Electrodeposition on Chars from Microwave Assisted Pyrolysis of Waste Tires: Evaluation of the Catalytic Efficiency in O.R.R – M. Passaponti (Department of chemistry - University of Florence, Università di Firenze, Dipartimento di Chimica.), E. Salvietti (Department of Chemistry, University of Florence.), W. Giurlani (Department of Chemistry - University of Florence), A. Giaccherini (Department of chemistry University of Florence), L. Rosi (Università di Firenze, Dipartimento di Chimica.), and M. Innocenti (Department of Chemistry University of Florence) Pulsed Electrodeposition of Gas-Diffusion Electrocatalysts for CO2 Reduction – B. Skinn (Faraday Technology, Inc.), S. Sen, M. Leonard (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), R. Radhakrishnan, D. Wang (Faraday Technology, Inc.), A. Forner-Cuenca (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), T. D. Hall, S. Snyder (Faraday Technology, Inc.), F. R. Brushett (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and E. J. Taylor (Faraday Technology, Inc.) Electrochemical Synthesis of Cu-Cu2o-CNT/ CNF Composite Coatings – K. Mech and K. Szacilowski (AGH University of Science and Technology) Magnetic Field Assisted Electrodeposition of Co-Ru Nanorods for Water Splitting Reaction – I. Dobosz, D. Kutyla, K. Kolczyk, R. Kowalik, and P. Zabinski (AGH University of Science and Technology) Preparation of n-MoS2 for HER Using a High Voltage Electrochemical Deposition Method – S. H. Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), M. I. Iqbal, S. A. Abbas (University of Science and Technology), and K. D. Jung (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) Pulse Electrodeposition of Copper Octahedrons: Investigations into the CO2RR on These Surfaces – N. Rashid (IIT Delhi, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi) and P. P. Ingole (Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi)

Electrodeposition for Energy Devices 1 – 14:00 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: Massimo Innocenti and Natasa Vasiljevic 14:00

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Edward Goodrich Acheson Award Address – 17:20 – 18:00 Co-Chair: Natasa Vasiljevic 17:20

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(Edward Goodrich Acheson Award) How to Achieve Industrial Innovation from Basic Research – T. Osaka (Research Organ. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda Univ.)

Electrochemical Separations 2

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Universal 3, Expo Center

Electrochemical Separations – 08:25 – 12:30 Co-Chairs: Hui Xu and Jay Whitacre 08:25 08:30 885 09:00

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(Invited) Electrochemical Design of Materials for Energy Applications – M. Innocenti (Department of Chemistry - University of Florence), M. Passaponti (Department of chemistry - University of Florence), E. Salvietti (Department of Chemistry, University of Florence.), A. Giaccherini (Department of chemistry - University of Florence), W. Giurlani (Department of Chemistry - University of Florence), A. De Luca (Dipartimento di Chimica, Università di Firenze), and F. Di Benedetto (Department of earth sciences - University of Florence) A Breakthrough in Plating for Solar Cell Metallization – M. Balucani (Rise Technology Srl, Sapienza University of Rome - DIET) and S. Quaranta (Sapienza University of Rome DIET) Fabrication and Characteristics of Ni Doped Titania Nanotubes By Electrochemical Anodization – J. Tirano, H. Zea (Universidad Nacional de Colombia), and M. Bredol (Münster University of Applied Sciences) Break Electrochemical Fabrication of Nanostructured Thin-Film for Renewable Energy Applications – Y. Yang (University of Central Florida) Cyclic Voltammetry Studies on Lead Telluride Films for Stainless Steel Working Electrode – A. B. Gite and G. H. Jain (SNJB’s ACS College Chandwad Nashik Maharashtra India) Effect of Additives on the Process of CobaltBased Alloys Electrodeposition from Citrate Bath – A. Kwiecińska, M. Plucik, K. Kolczyk, D. Kutyla, P. Żabiński, and R. Kowalik (AGH University of Science and Technology) Copper Electrodeposition in Blind Mesoscale through-Silicon-Vias – L. A. Menk, E. D. Baca, and A. E. Hollowell (Sandia National Laboratories)

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Advanced Electrochemical Hydrogen Compressor – M. Hamdan (Giner ELX, Inc) Electrochemical Proton / Deuteron Separation in Nafion | Graphene | Nafion Hydrogen Pump Cells – S. E. Creager, S. Bukola (Clemson University), C. Korzeniewski (Texas Tech University), and J. M. Harris (University of Utah) AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Characterization of Electrochemical Reactors: Fluid Dynamics and Current Distribution Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Energy Technology / SMEQ Universal 3, Expo Center

Characterization of Electrochemical Reactors: Fluid Dynamics and Current Distribution – 14:00 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: John A. Staser and José Luis Nava 14:00

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F02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center •

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Fouling Mitigation of Ion Exchange Membranes in Reverse Electrodialysis – S. J. Han (Sangmyung University), S. Chae (The University of Cincinnati), and J. S. Park (Sangmyung University) Electrochemicaly Assisted Separation of REE Magnetic Ions in the Microchannel – K. Kolczyk, D. Kutyla, M. Wojnicki, R. Kowalik, M. Luty-Blocho, and P. Zabinski (AGH University of Science and Technology) Optimum Design of Pore-Filled Ion-Exchange Membranes for Efficient Energy Conversion Applications – D. H. Kim, H. B. Song, J. S. Park, and M. S. Kang (Sangmyung University)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

Fluid Flow and Current Distribution during Pulse-Reverse Electropolishing of Niobium Superconducting RF Cavities – B. Skinn, S. Snyder, T. D. Hall, M. Inman, and E. J. Taylor (Faraday Technology, Inc.) Efficient Electrochemical Stripping of WC-Co Wear Coatings from Inconel® 718 Substrates – B. Skinn, S. Snyder, T. D. Hall, M. Inman, and E. J. Taylor (Faraday Technology, Inc.) Multiphysics Modeling Prediction of Electrochemically Machined through-Hole Geometries – B. Skinn, D. X. Liu, T. D. Hall, S. Snyder (Faraday Technology, Inc.), K. P. Rajurkar (University of Nebraska - Lincoln), and E. J. Taylor (Faraday Technology, Inc.) 3D Modelling of the Transport Phenomena in a Parallel-Plate Electrodeionization Reactor through CFD – R. Enciso (Instituto de Metalurgia-UASLP) and I. Rodríguez-Torres (Instituto de Metalurgia - UASLP) Break Simulations of H2-H2o Flow during the Electrolysis of Water in a Continuous Reactor Equipped with a Six-Cell Stack – L. F. Castañeda Ulloa and J. L. Nava (University of Guanajuato) Simulations of Current Distribution along a Rotating Cylinder Electrode under Turbulent Flow Conditions and Continuous Mode of Operation – J. L. Nava and M. Rosales (University of Guanajuato) Design of a Filter-Press Flow Cell with Parallel Plate Electrodes to Guarantee Homogeneous Current Distributions in Turbulent Flow Conditions. the Importance of Mathematical Modeling Coupled to a Printing 3D – T. Pérez-Segura (Universidad de Guanajuato), F. Arenas (University of Southampton), J. L. Nava (University of Guanajuato), C. Ponce de León, and F. C. Walsh (University of Southampton) Mathematical Modelling of the Electrochemical Degradation of Dyeing Wastewaters in Presence of Chloride Ion in a FM01-LC Reactor with Expanded Meshes Anodes (DSA) – M. R. Cruz-Díaz, F. A. Rodríguez, E. P. Rivero (Facultad de Estudios Superiores Cuautitlán, UNAM), and I. González (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana) Numerical Analysis of Hydrodynamics, Potential and Current Distribution, and Mass Transfer of Aluminum Ions in an Electrocoagulation Reactor Using CFD By Euler-Lagrange Approach – A. D. Villalobos Lara, T. Pérez-Segura (Universidad de Guanajuato), A. Uribe (UNIVERSIDAD DE GUANAJUATO), and R. Fuentes Ramirez (Universidad de Guanajuato)

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Relationships between the Charge-Discharge Methods and the Gas Adsorption Performance of a Supercapacitive Swing Adsorption Module for CO2 Separation – S. Zhu, K. Ma, and K. Landskron (Lehigh University) Hazardous Metal Cations Recovery Using Electrochemical Intercalation in the Chevrel Phases: A Combined Synchrotron X-Ray Powder Diffraction/Electrochemistry Study – J. Barbosa (Universite de Lorraine - Institut Jean Lamour), O. Hernandez, C. Prestipino (Universite de Rennes 1 - ISCR), E. Guyot (Universite de Lorraine - Institut Jean Lamour), M. Guilloux-Viry (Université de Rennes 1), and C. Boulanger (Universite de Lorraine - Institut Jean Lamour) Impact of Solution Composition on the Resistance of Ion Exchange Membranes – S. Zhu, R. Kingsbury (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), D. Call (North Carolina State University), and O. Coronell (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) Intermission (Invited) Lithium Recovery and Lithium-6 Enrichment Using Innovative Electrodialysis with Lithium Ionic Conductor Membrane – T. Hoshino (Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology) Assessing Performance Goals and Operational Limitations for across Capacitive Deionization Technologies – S. M. Hand (Civil and Environmental Engineering), X. Shang, K. C. Smith (Mechanical Science and Engineering), and R. D. Cusick (Civil and Environmental Engineering) Study of the Transport of Ions through an Anion-Exchange Membrane By Electrochemical Methods – F. A. Rodríguez, E. P. Rivero, M. R. Cruz-Díaz, A. Ortega (Facultad de Estudios Superiores Cuautitlán, UNAM), and I. González (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa) Membrane Technologies for Renewable Energy Conversion and Storage – H. Xu (Giner, Inc.)


F04 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center •

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Influence of Electrode Distance on the Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 in Aqueous Solution – J. Liu, Y. Zhou, L. Peng, J. Qiao (Donghua University), and J. Jung (Wattech Power Inc.) CFD Modelling of an Electrodialysis Cell – F. T. Quiñones, M. P. Camacho, F. A. Rodríguez, A. Ortega, M. R. Cruz-Díaz, and E. P. Rivero (Facultad de Estudios Superiores Cuautitlán, UNAM) Modeling of the Electro-Peroxone Process for the Degradation of Orange Reactive 16 Dye – L. F. Castañeda Ulloa, O. M. Cornejo, and J. L. Nava (University of Guanajuato)

Semiconductor Wafer Bonding: Science, Technology, and Applications 15

Tuesday, October 2

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Electronics and Photonics Universal 14, Expo Center

Sensors and MEMS – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Todatomo Suga and Thomas Plach 08:00

Packaging and Metal Bonding – 10:20 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Chuan Seng Tan and Kazunari Kurita

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(Invited) Proximity Gettering Design of Hydrocarbon Molecular Ion Implanted Silicon Wafers Using Direct Bonding Technique for Advanced CMOS Image Sensors – K. Kurita, Y. Koga, R. Okuyama, T. Kadono, S. Shigematsu, A. O. Masad, R. Hirose, and H. Okuda (SUMCO CORPORATION) Multilayer Thin Film Getter for Sustainable Vacuum in MEMS Packaging – M. WU (Department of Microelectronics, Soochow University, C2N, CNRS / Univ. Paris Sud / Univ. Paris Saclay), J. Moulin, and A. Bosseboeuf (C2N, CNRS / Univ. Paris Sud / Univ. Paris Saclay) SiC Wafer Bonding and Deep Reactive Ion Etching Towards High-Aspect Ratio SiC MEMS Fabrication – L. E. Luna (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), K. D. Hobart (Naval Research Laboratory), M. J. Tadjer (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), R. L. MyersWard (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington DC), A. Nath (George Mason University), T. J. Anderson (NRL), F. J. Kub (Naval Research Laboratory), E. H. Cook, and J. J. Bernstein (Draper) Miniaturized Two Axis Acceleration Sensor Using Direct and Anodic Wafer Bonding for an Implantable Sensor Unit – M. Wiemer, D. Wuensch, T. Schroeder, M. Baum, and T. Otto (Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nanosystems) Glass Frit Wafer Bonding for Encapsulating Monolithic Integrated CMOS-MEMS Devices – R. Knechtel (X-FAB MEMS Foundry GmbH Erfurt), M. Zellmer, M. Schikowski, R. Bergmann, M. Behueller (X-FAB MEMS Foundry Itzehoe GmbH), C. Van Buggenhout (Melexis NV, Ieper, Belgium), and A. Petropoulos (Melexis Technologies NV, Tessenderlo, Belgium)

(Invited) A Moore’s Law for Packaging and the Role of Bonding – S. Iyer (University of California Los Angeles, University of California at Los Angeles) Room Temperature Bonding of Electroformed Cu Based-Heat Spreader in Atmospheric Air – T. Matsumae, Y. Kurashima, and H. Takagi (AIST) The Synergistic Roles of Temperature and Pressure in Thermo-Compression Bonding of Au – P. Ambhore, K. Mani, B. Beekley (University of California Los Angeles), N. Malik (University of Oslo), K. SchjølbergHenriksen (SINTEF), S. Iyer, and M. S. Goorsky (University of California Los Angeles) Electrical Characteristics of Solder-Free SiC Die/Metal Foil/AlN Plate Junctions Fabricated Using Surface Activated Bonding – S. Morita, J. Liang, and N. Shigekawa (Osaka City University)

Integration and Dielectric Bonding – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Frank Fournel and Subramanian Iyer 14:00

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(Invited) High Accuracy Aligned Wafer Bonding for Wafer-Level Integration – T. Plach, B. Rebhan, V. Dragoi, T. Wagenleitner, M. Wimplinger, and P. Lindner (EV Group) 963 Interlayer Dielectric Bonding for 300mm Wafers – M. Fujino, K. Kikuchi, and K. Takahashi (Nat. Inst. Advanced Industrial Science and Technology) 964 Influence of Composition of SiCN on Surface Activated Bonding – F. Inoue, L. Peng, S. Iacovo, A. Phommahaxay, J. Visker, P. Verdonck, J. Meersschaut, P. Dara, E. Sleeckx, A. Miller, and E. Beyne (imec) 965 Ga2O3/Si and Al2O3/Si Room-Temperature Wafer Bonding Using in-Situ Deposited Si Thin Film – H. Takagi, Y. Kurashima, T. Matsumae, T. Ito, H. Watanabe, H. Umezawa, and S. Ohmagari (AIST) 966 Nanomechanical Properties of Germaniumon-Insulator (GeOI) Films – Y. Mohammed, K. Zhang (Old Dominion University), H. Baumgart (Old Dominion University, ECE Department), and A. A. Elmustafa (Old Dominion University)

Atomic Layer Deposition Applications 14

Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology Universal 16, Expo Center

Tutorial on Precursor Design for Atomic Layer Processing – 08:20 – 09:20 Co-Chair: Fred Roozeboom 08:20

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(Invited) Overview of Chemical Precursor Design for Atomic Layer Deposition – C. H. Winter (Wayne State University)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


Atomic Layer Deposition Precursors – 09:20 – 10:20 Co-Chairs: Charles H. Winter and Andrea Illiberi 09:20

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Low Temperature Thermal ALD of Silicon Nitride Utilizing a Novel High Purity Hydrazine Source – D. Alvarez Jr., K. Andachi (RASIRC), A. T. Lucero, A. Kondusamy, S. M. Hwang, X. Meng, H. Kim, J. Kim (University of Texas at Dallas), and J. Spiegelman (RASIRC) Break The SiO2 and SiNx Multilayer Thin Film Deposition for Encapsulation of OLED Using a NSi-01 Single Precursor By Peald – S. I. Lee (DNF Co., Ltd.), G. J. Park (DNF Co.,Ltd.), J. J. Park (DNF Co., Ltd.), S. J. Jang (DNF Co,. Ltd.), S. G. Kim (DNF Co.,Ltd.), and M. W. Kim (DNF Co., Ltd.)

Energy Storage Applications – 10:20 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Anil U. Mane and Jolien Dendooven 10:20

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3D Structured Materials – 14:00 – 15:20 Co-Chairs: Riikka L. Puurunen and Chanyuan Liu 14:00

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(Invited) ALD for Gas Sensing Applications – C. Marichy (LMI UMR5615, CNRS-Univ Lyon 1) Anodic TiO2 Nanotube Layers: Excellent Platform for Secondary Materials – R. Zazpe, M. Krbal, J. Prikryl, H. Sopha, F. Dvorak (University of Pardubice), and J. M. Macak (University of Pardubice, Brno University of Technogy) Synthesis of 3D Porous Nanostructured Platinum Using Atomic Layer Deposition – J. Dendooven (Department of Solid State Sciences, Ghent University), L. Geerts, S. Pulinthanathu Sree (Centre for Surface Chemistry and Catalysis, KU Leuven), R. K. Ramachandran (Department of Solid State Sciences, Ghent University), S. Bals (EMAT, University of Antwerp), J. Martens (Centre for Surface Chemistry and Catalysis, KU Leuven), and C. Detavernier (Department of Solid State Sciences, Ghent University)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

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(Invited) Atomic Layer Processing from an Etching Perspective – T. Lill, I. Berry, A. Fischer, M. Shen, and V. Vahedi (Lam Research) Break (Invited) Layer Control of 2D-MoS2 By Atomic Layer Etching and Its Device Characteristics – K. S. Kim (Advanced Materials Sci and Eng. Sungkyunkwan Univ), K. H. Kim (Advanced Materials Sci. and Eng, Sungkyunkwan Univ.), Y. J. Ji (Advanced Materials Sci and Eng, Sungkyunkwan Univ), and G. Y. Yeom (Advanced Materials Sci. and Eng., SungKyunKwan Univ,, SKKU Advanced Institute of Nano Technology, SKKU) (Invited) Atomic Layer Deposition and Etching of 2D Transition Metal Dichalcogenide Materials – A. U. Mane, D. Choudhury, S. Letourneau, and J. W. Elam (Argonne National Laboratory)

SiGe, Ge, and Related Compounds: Materials, Processing, and Devices 8

Tuesday, October 2

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(Invited) Conformal Energy Storage: Atomic Layer Deposition of 3D Solid State Batteries – A. J. Pearse, K. Gregorczyk (University of Maryland, College Park), D. Stewart (University of Maryland), and G. Rubloff (University of Maryland, College Park) (Invited) Atomic/Molecular Layer Deposition for Thin-Film Lithium-Ion Batteries – M. Nisula (Ghent University) Atomic Layer Deposition of Ultrathin Lithium Borate Solid Electrolytes – E. Kazyak, A. L. Davis, S. Yu, K. H. Chen, A. J. Sanchez, J. Lasso, T. Thompson, J. Sakamoto, D. J. Siegel, and N. P. Dasgupta (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor) (Invited) Interfacial Engineering of Energy Conversion and Storage Materials Using Atomic Layer Deposition – N. P. Dasgupta (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)

Atomic Layer Etching – 15:20 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Fred Roozeboom and Stefan De Gendt

Electronics and Photonics Universal 13, Expo Center

FET 3 – 08:30 – 10:10 Co-Chair: Aaron Thean 08:30

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(Invited) Ultrathin-Body Ge-on-Insulator Mosfet and TFET Technologies – S. Takagi, W. K. Kim, K. W. Jo, R. Matsumura, R. Takaguchi, T. Katoh, T. E. Bae, K. Kato, and M. Takenaka (The University of Tokyo) (Invited) Ge/GeSn Processes and Transistor Applications – C. W. Liu (National Taiwan University, National Nano Device Laboratories), Y. S. Huang, F. L. Lu, and H. Y. Ye (National Taiwan University) Effect of Si/Sige Buried Gate with Strained Layers on N-Type Channel Properties – B. Lee (SK hynix Inc.), S. H. Song, I. H. Kim, and J. G. Park (Hanyang University) Evaluation of Laterally Graded Silicon Germanium Wires for Thermoelectric Devices Fabricated By Rapid Melting Growth – R. Yokogawa (Meiji University, JSPS Research Fellow), S. Hashimoto (Waseda University), K. Takahashi (Nagoya University, JSPS Research Fellow), S. Oba (Waseda University), M. Tomita (Waseda University, Meiji University), M. Kurosawa (Nagoya University, JST-PRESTO), T. Watanabe (Waseda University), and A. Ogura (Meiji University)

HBT – 10:30 – 12:10 Co-Chair: Alvin Joseph 10:30

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(Invited) Bicmos Technology Optimization for Millimeter Wave Applications – J. J. T. M. Donkers, T. V. Dinh, T. Vanhoucke, P. Weijs, I. Brunets, P. van Dijk, P. Sebel, P. Huiskamp, R. Werkman, R. Pijper, and P. H. C. Magnée (NXP Semiconductors)

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(Invited) Physics and Compact Modeling of Sige HBT Linearity – G. Niu (AUBURN UNIVERSITY-ECE DEPT), H. Zhang (ECE Department, Auburn University), Y. Li (AUBURN UNIVERSITY-ECE DEPT), X. Ding (Auburn University-ECE DEPT), M. Willemsen, and A. Scholten (NXP) Improved Modeling of High Injection Substrate Current in High Voltage Bipolar Transistors – Y. Li, G. Niu (AUBURN UNIVERSITY-ECE DEPT), and W. Chen (Texas Instruments) Selective Silicon for Raised Extrinsic Base in PA Applications – P. Dongmo, C. Luce, V. Jain, Q. Liu, A. Raman, and J. Adkisson (Global Foundries)

Epitaxy 1 – 14:00 – 15:40 Co-Chair: Jean-Michel Hartmann 14:00

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(Invited) Very Low Temperature Epitaxy of Group-IV Semiconductors for Use in Finfet, Stacked Nanowires and Monolithic 3D Integration – C. Porret, A. Y. Hikavyy, E. Rosseel, A. Vohra (Imec vzw), D. Kohen, J. Margetis, J. Tolle (ASM America), and R. Loo (imec) Benchmark of Disilane and Liquid Si for the Low Temperature Epitaxial Growth of Si, Sige and Sigeb – V. Mazzocchi, J. M. Hartmann, M. Veillerot (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LETI, 38000 Grenoble, France), J. B. Pin, and M. Bauer (Applied Materials Inc, Sunnyvale, California, 94085, USA) Trimethylgallium and Triethylgallium for Doping of Sige and Ge Epitaxial Layers – J. Margetis (ASM, America), C. Porret (Imec vzw), R. Kumar (ASM, America), L. Lima (ASM, Belgium), D. Kohen (ASM America), R. Loo (imec), and J. Tolle (ASM America) (Invited) Enabling Low Temperature and High Quality Epitaxial Films for Current and Future Nodes – M. Hemkar (Applied Materials Inc.), E. Sanchez, T. Mandrekar (Applied Materials), M. Chowdhury, Z. Zhu, C. Olsen, M. Vellaikal (Applied Materials Inc.), and S. Chu (Applied Materials)

Surfaces and Interfaces 1 – 16:00 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Seiichi Miyazaki and Paul C. McIntyre 16:00

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(Invited) High-Performance Optoelectronic Devices Based on Silicon Nanocrystals – X. Pi (Zhejiang Unversity) (Invited) Large-Scale DFT Study of Ge/Si 3D Nanoislands and Core-Shell Nanowires – T. Miyazaki (National Institute for Materials Science) In-Plane Solid-Liquid-Solid Growth and Engineering of Si and Si/Ge Nanowires for Integratable High Performance Fin-like Thin Film Transistors – L. Yu (Nanjing University) Highly n-Type Doped Ge and Gesn Wires Fabricated By Lateral Liquid-Phase Epitaxy – H. Watanabe, T. Tomita, H. Oka, K. Inoue, T. Hosoi, and T. Shimura (Osaka University)

Evening Panel Workshop – 19:00 – 21:00 Co-Chair: Witek Maszara 19:00

G05

Panel Discussion - “Do Silicon CMOS Devices Have Viable Competition for Future Advanced Logic?”

Materials, Formulation, and Processes for Semiconductor, 2.5 and 3D Chip Packaging, and High Density Interconnection PCB Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology Universal 15, Expo Center

PCB Process – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Wei-Ping Dow, Kazuo Kondo, Gangadhara Mathad, Mitsumasa Koyanagi, Fred Roozeboom, Lingyun Wei and Yasuhiko Takeno 08:00

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(Invited) a Novel Metallization Process Using Slotogo As a Conducting Layer for HDIMsap and Cu Pillar Applications – D. C. Yeh (Triallian Corporation) Using Copper Ion As the Catalyst Precursor of Electroless Copper Deposition on Polyimide Film – K. S. Li and W. P. Dow (National Chung Hsing University) Using Peg As a Suppressor for High Speed Copper Filling of Microvias – Y. C. Chiang and W. P. Dow (National Chung Hsing University) Electroless Deposition of Co-W-P on Polyimide Films for Enhancing the Adhesion of Followed Electroplated Copper Film – Y. Z. Hsieh and W. P. Dow (National Chung Hsing University) Break (Invited) Fabrication of Copper/Carbon Nanotube Composite Films Using Plating Techniques – S. Arai (Shinshu University) A Breakthrough in Pb-Free Solder Electroplating – M. Balucani (Sapienza University of Rome - DIET, Rise Technology Srl) and S. Quaranta (Sapienza University of Rome - DIET) The Stability of Cu Electroless Deposition Solution Employing Copper Nanoparticle As the Catalyst – Y. C. Chen and W. P. Dow (National Chung Hsing University) Copper Superfilling without a Copper Pad at the Microvia Bottom Due to Reduced Graphene Oxide (rGO) Coating – Z. L. Yang and W. P. Dow (National Chung Hsing University) The Effect of Dual-Chelator on Cu Electroless Deposition Employing Cu Nanoparticles As the Catalyst – H. H. Lo and W. P. Dow (National Chung Hsing University) Using Electrochemically Exfoliated Graphene As a Conductive Layer of a Printed Circuit Board – S. W. Chang and W. P. Dow (National Chung Hsing University)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


2.5D or 3D Chip Packaging Process – 13:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Wei-Ping Dow, Masanori Hayase, Lingyun Wei, Kazuo Kondo, Fred Roozeboom, Gangadhara Mathad, Mitsumasa Koyanagi and Yasuhiko Takeno 13:00

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G05 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center •

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A Study on the Etching Residue of Nano-Scale Patterns in C4F8/CH2F2/O2/Ar Plasma – J. Lee, B. J. Lee (Korea University), H. W. Lee (Hanseo University), and K. H. Kwon (Korea University) Process Optimization for Electron Down-Flow Electromigration Improvement in Copper Interconnects – Y. L. Cheng and C. Y. Lee (National Chi-Nan University) Electromigration of Plasma-Etched Copper Lines of Different Widths and Lengths – M. Li and Y. Kuo (Texas A&M University)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

State-of-the-Art Program on Compound Semiconductors 61 (SOTAPOCS 61) Electronics and Photonics Universal 24, Expo Center

Narrow Bandgap Materials and Devices – 10:00 – 11:40 Co-Chair: Colm O’Dwyer 10:00

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(Invited) Interface and Border Traps, Their Passivation and the Reliability of Alumina Dielectric / Indium Gallium Arsenide Gate Stacks – P. C. McIntyre (Stanford University) (Invited) Investigating the Electronic Properties of Narrow Band Gap III-V Mos Systems – P. K. Hurley (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork), J. Lin (Tyndall National Institute), E. Caruso (Tyndall Institute, University College Cork), S. Monaghan (University College Cork), F. Gity (Tyndall National Institute), É. O’Connor (University College Cork), L. Floyd, K. Cherkaoui (Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork), I. M. Povey (Tyndall National Insititute UCC), D. A. J. Millar, U. Peralagu, and I. G. Thayne (University of Glasgow) Investigating Polycrystalline III-V Thin Films As Channel Materials for “Above IC” Logic and Memory Applications – A. Curran, E. Secco, A. Pescaglini, A. Gocalinska, E. Mura, K. Thomas (Tyndall National Institute), I. M. Povey (Tyndall National Insititute UCC), E. Pelucchi (Tyndall National Institute), C. O’Dwyer (School of Chemistry, University College Cork), P. K. Hurley, and F. Gity (Tyndall National Institute) Buried-Heterostructure Quantum Cascade Lasers Fabricated Using a Sacrificial Layer and a Two-Step Regrowth Process – R. Driad, A. Bächle, R. Aidam, and Q. Yang (Fraunhofer - IAF)

Optoelectronics and Sensors – 13:30 – 15:30 Co-Chair: Travis J Anderson 13:30

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(Invited) Characterization of Phases and Defects in Compound Semiconductors – A. A. Rockett (Colorado School of MInes), E. Pogue, and P. Pena-Martin (University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign) Application of Eco-Friendly Blue-Light Emitting Quantum-Dot UV Camera By Energy-Down-Shift Mechanism – I. H. Kim, J. S. Park, J. H. Choi, and J. G. Park (Hanyang University) Chromium(III) Sensor Using Ion Selective Membrane Immobilized on FET for Ground Water Pollution – S. Shahim, Y. L. Wang, R. Sukesan (National Tsing Hua University), C. Y. Hsieh (NTHU), and S. L. Wang (National Tsing Hua University)

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(Invited) Copper Superconformal Filling of High Aspect Ratio through Glass Holes Using MTT Additive: Plug Formation, Quality of the Fill, and MTT Reduction Behavior – N. Dimitrov and J. Li (Department of Chemistry, Binghamton University, SUNY) (Invited) Surface Activated Bonding Method for Low Temperature Bonding – T. Suga (School of Engineering, Univ. Tokyo) Polymer and Bump Planarization for Fine Pitch Micro-Bump Stacking – F. Inoue, J. Derakhshandeh (imec), B. Moeller, Y. Gokita (Disco High-Tech Europe), F. Duval, P. Bex, G. Capuz, K. June Rebibis, A. Miller, E. Sleeckx, G. Beyer, and E. Beyne (imec) Electrochemical Behavior and Analysis of Organic Additives in Modern Lead Free Wafer Level Packaging Plating Baths – M. Pavlov, D. Lin, E. Shalyt, and I. Tsimberg (ECI Technology) Break (Invited) Additive Impact on Cu Pillar Electrodeposition Process for Packaging Applications – R. Pokhrel, Y. H. Lee, W. H. Lee, S. H. Woo, M. Scalisi, Y. H. Kao, L. Gomez, M. Lefebvre, J. D. Prange, and K. Thompson (The Dow Chemical Company) Transition Layer Thickness Control in Additive-Assist Electroplated Nanotwin Copper – S. Chung, Y. T. Chen, and Z. C. Chen (Chemleader Corporation) Very High Aspect Ratio (AR>10) through Glass Hole (TGH) Filling in Stagnant Condition By Using DC Plating for Advanced Interposer Applications – Y. H. Chang (MMSL/ITRI) (Invited) 3D Integration Processes for Advanced Sensor Systems and HighPerfomance RF Components – J. Weber (Fraunhofer EMFT), M. Fernandez-Bolanos, A. M. Ionescu (NanoLAB EPFL), and P. Ramm (Fraunhofer EMFT) Pulse Electrodeposition of Cu through-SiliconVia (TSV) with Surface Suppressor – J. Lee, K. Park, Y. Kim, and B. Yoo (Hanyang University) Process Optimization of through Silicon Vias Metallization Using Reduced Graphene Oxide As a Conductive Layer – H. J. Geng and W. P. Dow (National Chung Hsing University)

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Hybrid Heterostructure (1T/2H) MoS2/αMoO3 Nanoflowers Toward Superior Dye Adsorbent and Electrocatalyst for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction – A. Manikandan (Department of MSE, NTHU, Hsinchu, Taiwan), P. R. Ilango (Dept of MSE NTHU), C. W. Chen, Y. C. Wang (Department of MSE, NTHU, Hsinchu, Taiwan), Y. C. Shih (Dept of MS NTHU), L. Lee (Department of MSE, NTHU, Hsinchu, Taiwan), and Y. L. Chueh (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, NTHU)

Oxide Materials and Devices – 16:00 – 17:00 Co-Chair: Jennifer K Hite 16:00

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(Invited) Chemical Design for Transparent Bipolar Semiconductors – S. Iimura and H. Hosono (Tokyo Institute of Technology) (Invited) Antireflective and Sub-Band Pumped Photoconductive Solution Processed ZnO and Al:ZnO Quasi-Superlattice Films – D. Buckley, R. McCormack, D. McNulty (University College Cork), V. Z. Zubialevich, P. J. Parbrook (Tyndall National Institute), and C. O’Dwyer (School of Chemistry, University College Cork)

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(Invited) Development of Ultra-Wide Bandgap Amorphous Oxide Semiconductors for Future Electronics – J. Kim and H. Hosono (Tokyo Institute of Technology) (Invited) Depth Analysis of Near Valence Band Maximum Defect States in Amorphous Oxide Semiconductors: Amorphous in-Ga-Zn-O – K. Ide, M. Ota, T. Katase, H. Hiramatsu (Tokyo Institute of Technology), S. Ueda (National Institute for Materials Science), H. Hosono, and T. Kamiya (Tokyo Institute of Technology) (Invited) Understanding the Correlation of Molecule Structure and Charge Transport Properties in Organic Thin-Film Transistors – Y. Hu (School of Physics and Electronics, Hunan University) and L. Liao (School of Physics and Technology, Wuhan University)

TFT Devices, Modeling, and Reliability 1 – 10:00 – 11:50 Co-Chair: Didier Pribat

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(Invited) Thin Film Transistor Response to Terahertz Radiation – M. Shur (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) (Invited) Hydrogen-Related Trap States Induced during Fabrication Process and Annealing Effects in Amorphous in-Ga-Zn-O Thin Film Transistors – M. Ochi, A. Hino, H. Goto, K. Hayashi, and T. Kugimiya (KOBE STEEL, LTD.)

Reliability of Al2O3/in-Si-O-C Thin-Film Transistors with an Al2O3 Passivation Layer Under Gate-Bias Stress – K. Kurishima (Meiji University), T. Nabatame (National Institute for Materials Science), T. Onaya (Meiji University), K. Tsukagoshi, A. Ohi, N. Ikeda, T. Nagata (National Institute for Materials Science), and A. Ogura (Meiji University)

TFT Devices, Modeling, and Reliability 2 – 14:00 – 15:20 Co-Chair: Feng Yan 14:00

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Electronics and Photonics Universal 6, Expo Center

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Thin Film Transistor Technologies 14 (TFTT 14)

TFT Materials 2 – 08:00 – 09:30 Co-Chair: Mamoru Furuta

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(Invited) Channel Length Dependence of Mechanical Strain for Flexible (a-IGZO) TFT – A. Rahaman, M. M. Hasan, M. M. Billah, and J. Jang (Kyung Hee University) A 2D Empirical Model for on-State Operation of Scaled IGZO Tfts Exemplifying the Physical Response of Tcad Simulation – T. Mudgal, E. Powell, M. S. Kabir, H. Sethupathi (Rochester Institute of Technology), R. G. Manley (Corning Research and Development Corporation), and K. D. Hirschman (Rochester Institute of Technology) (Invited) Illumination Light Wavelength Effects on Double-Gate a-IGZO Thin Film Transistor with Top-Gate-to-Source/ Drain Offset Structure – J. Jiang (Texas A&M University, Shenyang University of Technology), Y. Kuo (Texas A&M University), T. C. Chang, and H. C. Chiang (National Sun Yat-Sen University)

Oxide TFT Fabrication Processes 1 – 15:50 – 17:20 Co-Chair: Sung Haeng Cho 15:50

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(Invited) High Density IGZO Film for Highly Reliable TFT By Inductively Coupled Plasma Sputtering Technology in Low Temperature Process – D. Matsuo, S. Kishida, Y. Setoguchi, Y. Andoh (Nissin Electric Co., Ltd.), R. Miyanaga, M. N. Fujii, and Y. Uraoka (Nara Institute of Science and Technology) (Invited) Oxide TFT Fabrication with Various Low Temperature Techniques – S. Hong, H. J. Kim, I. S. Lee, H. T. Kim, and H. J. Kim (Yonsei University) (Invited) Fabrication Technique for LowTemperature Aqueous Solution-Processed Oxide Thin-Film Transistors – M. Miyakawa, M. Nakata, H. Tsuji, and Y. Fujisaki (NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories)

Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Electronic and Photonic Devices 11 Electronics and Photonics Universal 20, Expo Center

Energy Harvesting and Storage 1 – 08:00 – 09:50 Co-Chairs: Kuniharu Takei and Ying-Hao Chu 08:00

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(Invited) Textile-Based Energy Storage Devices – Z. Zheng (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University) (Invited) Realizing the Electro(photo) Chemical Behavior in Liquid Electrolyte through in-Situ Methodology – H. M. Chen (National Taiwan University)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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(Invited) Semiconductor Nanoheterostructures for Photoconversion Applications – Y. J. Hsu (National Chiao Tung University) Wireless Si-Based Back Buried Junction Photoelectrochemical (BBJ-PEC) Cells for Solar Fuels – H. C. Fu, P. Varadhan (KING ABDULLAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY), C. H. Lin (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology), and J. H. He (KING ABDULLAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY)

Energy Harvesting and Storage 2 – 16:30 – 18:10 Co-Chairs: Stephen John McDonnell and Hsueh-Shih Chen 16:30

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(Invited) Piezocatalytic Degradation of Dye Molecules, Water Splitting, and Formation of Hydroxyl Radical through Piezoelectricity of MoS2 Nanoflowers – Y. G. Sun, J. T. Lee, and J. M. Wu (National Tsing Hua University) Gate Stack Engineering in 2D Semiconductor FETs for Electronic Applications – H. Zhu, J. Xu, L. He, X. Nie, L. Chen, Q. Sun, and D. W. Zhang (Fudan University) (Invited) Molecular Engineering on Transition Metal Dichalcogenides – D. Kiriya (Osaka Prefecture University) Quadrupole Gap Surface Plasmon Integrated Bilayer MoS2 for Excellent Photoelectrochemical Hydrogen Evolution – P. Sriram (Dept of Material Science and Eng., NTHU), A. Manikandan (Department of MSE, NTHU, Hsinchu, Taiwan), Y. L. Chueh (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, NTHU), and T. J. Yen (Dept of MSE NTHU)

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(Invited) Light Absorption Enhancement Using Graphene Quantum Dots in Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells and Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting – Y. Zhang (Tsinghua University, Chinese Academy of Sciences) and A. Subramanian (Chinese Academy of Sciences) 1261 (Invited) Whirligig-Inspired Triboelectric Nanogenerator with Ultrahigh Specific Output As Reliable Portable Instant Power Supply for Personal Health Monitoring Devices – M. H. Yeh, K. C. Ho (National Taiwan University), H. Guo (BINN, Chinese Academy of Sciences), and C. Hu (Chongqing University) 1262 Heterostructure a-Carbon Coated Copper Phosphide Peapod Nanotubes As Ultra-High Efficient Hydrogen Evolution Catalyst By Low Temperature Chemical Vapor Reaction – A. Manikandan (Department of MSE, NTHU, Hsinchu, Taiwan), P. Sriram (Dept of Material Science and Eng., NTHU), Y. C. Wang, C. W. Chen (Department of MSE, NTHU, Hsinchu, Taiwan), Y. C. Shih (Dept of MS NTHU), T. J. Yen (Dept of MSE NTHU), and Y. L. Chueh (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, NTHU) 1263 Au@Cu2o Core@Shell Nanocrystals for Remarkable Hydrogen Production from Ammonia Borane – M. J. Fang (National Chiao Tung University)

H04 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center •

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Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Electronic and Photonic Devices 2 – 14:00 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Hao Zhu and Jyh-Ming Wu 14:00

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(Invited) Patterning Transparent and Antireflective Compound Semiconductor Oxide Thin Films and Nanowire Networks from Solution – C. Glynn, L. Balobaid, D. McNulty, J. O’Connell, J. D. Holmes (University College Cork), and C. O’Dwyer (School of Chemistry, University College Cork) (Invited) Inside of 10 Nm Technology Node – J. Chen (MSSCORPS CO., LTD.) (Invited) Oxide Heteroepitaxy for Soft Technology – Y. H. Chu (National Chiao Tung University) (Invited) Recent Advances in Research and Development of Quantum Dots in Lighting and Displays – H. S. Chen (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, NTHU) Accurately Controlled Size of Indium Catalyst Droplets for the Growth of in-Plane SolidLiquid-Solid Silicon Nanowires – M. WU, D. Zhang (Department of Microelectronics, Soochow University), C. Zhao (Department of EEE, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University), and M. Wang (Department of Microelectronics, Soochow University)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

On/Off Ratio Improvement of Carbon Nanotube Thin Film Transistors By Combining Asymmetric Gate Design and Chemical Doping – Q. Huang, J. Xia, J. Zhao, F. Liu, and X. Liang (Department of Electronics in Peking University) Optical Properties of Transition Metal Dichalcogenide MoS2thin Films Synthesized By Atomic Layer Deposition – M. Zeng (George Mason University), P. Lin (Applied Research Center), C. McCleese, C. Kolodziej (Case Western Reserve University), K. Zhang (Old Dominion University), C. Burda (Case Western Reserve University), Q. Li (George Mason University), and H. Baumgart (Old Dominion University, ECE Department) Band Engineering of Quantum Dot Substrates to Utilize QD-Generated Photocarrier for SERS Signal Amplification – H. Lim, K. M. Baek (Korea advanced Institute of Science and Technology), and Y. S. Jung (KAIST)

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Gallium Nitride and Silicon Carbide Power Technologies 8 Electronics and Photonics Universal 5, Expo Center

General – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Michael Dudley and Balaji Raghothamachar 08:00

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(Invited) Wide Band-Gap Semiconductor Based Power Electronic Devices for Energy Efficiency – E. P. Carlson (Booz Allen Hamilton), I. C. Kizilyalli, and D. W. Cunningham (Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy) (Invited) GaN, SiC Power Devices are Competing with Si Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistors – M. Shur (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) (Invited) Packaging Material Technology for Wide Band Gap Power Devices and Its Performance/Reliability Evaluation – K. Suganuma, N. Sato, A. Suetake, C. Choe, T. Sugahara, S. Nagao, and C. Chen (Osaka University) Break (Invited) Materials Properties and Their Impact on Beta Gallium Oxide for High Power Electronics Applications – M. S. Goorsky (University of California Los Angeles), M. Liao, C. Li (University of California, Los Angeles), and K. D. Hobart (Naval Research Laboratory) (Invited) Power Electronic Devices Based on Al-Rich Aluminum Gallium Nitride – A. G. Baca, A. M. Armstrong, B. Klein, E. A. Douglas, A. A. Allerman, A. Colon, C. A. Stephenson, and R. J. Kaplar (Sandia National Laboratories) (Invited) Interfacing Graphene with IIINitrides for Power Device Applications – R. Yakimova (Linkoping University, Linkoping, Sweden), A. Kovacs (Ernst Ruska-Centrum, Jülich, Germany), A. Kakanakova (Linkoping University, LInkoping, Sweden), F. Giannazzo (CNR-IMM, Catania, Italy), and B. Pecz (Centre for Energy Research, HAS, Budapest, Hungary)

GaN and AlGaN Technologies – 14:00 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: Michael Shur and Mark S. Goorsky 14:00

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(Invited) Material Advances Toward Vertically-Conducting AlGaN Power Transistors – A. A. Allerman, G. W. Pickrell, A. M. Armstrong, M. H. Crawford, K. C. Ceilo, A. A. Talin, F. Léonard, R. J. Kaplar, J. R. Dickerson, and V. M. Abate (Sandia National Laboratories) (Invited) N- and P-Type Doping in Al Rich AlGaN and AlN: Point Defect Control and Implantation – R. Collazo (North Carolina State University), P. Reddy (North Carolina State University, Adroit Materials Inc.), S. Washiyama, M. H. Breckenridge, A. Klump, J. Baker, B. Sarkar (North Carolina State University), R. Kirste, S. Mita (Adroit Materials Inc.), D. Irving, and Z. Sitar (North Carolina State University)

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Break (Invited) Polarization-Induced Doping in Graded AlGaN Epilayers Grown on AlN Single Crystal Substrates – R. Dalmau and B. Moody (HexaTech, Inc.) (Invited) A Revolutionary GaN-on-SiC Heteroepitaxy for High-Frequency Power Transistors – J. T. Chen (SweGaN AB), J. Bergsten, A. Malmros (Chalmers University), E. Janzén (SweGaN AB), M. Thorsell, N. Rorsman (Chalmers University), and O. Kordina (SweGaN AB) Theoretical Study of the Electronic Structure of Threading Edge Dislocations in GaN – T. Nakano (Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University), M. Araidai, K. Shiraishi, A. Tanaka, Y. Honda, and H. Amano (IMaSS, Nagoya University)

Fundamentals and Applications of Microfluidic and Nanofluidic Devices 4

Electronics and Photonics / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Universal Ballroom, Expo Center

H06 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Identifying Laser-Induced Plasma Spectra of Particle in Gas-Solid Flow Based on the Standard Deviation of Pixel Intensities – S. Yao (South China University of Technology) and Y. Li (Shunde Inspection Institute) Numerical Simulations of Electrical Double Layer and Electroosmotic Flow in a Nanopore By Openfoam – J. Ye, D. Chen, L. Xu, X. Kang, and J. Li (Wuhan University of Technology)

Electronic, Thermal, and Electrochemical Properties of Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs): Technology, Applications, and Emerging Devices 1 Electronics and Photonics / Energy Technology / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Universal 19, Expo Center

Photophysics and Luminescent MOF Materials – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Engelbert Redel and Helmut Baumgart 10:00 10:10 1311 10:40

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Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Photophysics and Electronic Structure of Metal-Organic Frameworks – N. Shustova (University of South Carolina) (Invited) Metal-Organic Frameworks As Prospective Materials in Photonic Applications – R. A. Fischer (Technical University of Munich) Energy Transfer in Surface Anchored MetalOrganic Thin Films – R. Haldar (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) Luminescent Properties of Twelve Novel MOFs Based on 2,7-Bis(4-benzoic acid)-N-(4benzoic acid)Carbazole and Their Application in Ni2+ Ions Concentration Sensing and VisNIR Fluorescent Materials – D. H. Chen (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)) and X. T. Wu (Chinese Academy of Sciences)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


Conductive MOFs and Their Characterization – 13:45 – 17:45 Co-Chairs: Christof Wöll, Mark D. Allendorf, Gunther Wittstock and Jinxuan Liu 13:45

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H07 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center •

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Influence of Tcnq Loading on the Mechanical Properties of Metal-Organic Framework Films – Y. Mohammed (Old Dominion University), Z. M. Hassan (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), X. Chen (Applied Research Center), A. A. Elmustafa (Old Dominion University), H. Baumgart (Old Dominion University, ECE Department), and E. Redel (IFG (Institute of Functional lnterfaces))

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

Density Measurement of Small Samples of Metal-Organic Frameworks Using Confocal Microscopy – S. Walheim (INT (Institute of Nanotechnology), APH (Institute of Applied Physics), KIT), E. Redel (IFG (Institute of Functional lnterfaces), IFG (institute of Functional Interfaces)), and T. Schimmel (APH (Institute of Applied Physics), INT (Institute of Nanotechnology), KIT) Generation of Hydrogen through the Hydrolysis of Feedstock Materials Via Ni(II) and Ni-MOF Catalysts – T. M. Abdel-Fattah (Applied Research Center, Jefferson National Lab) and Z. Messegee (Christopher Newport University) Water-Gas Shift Reaction Activity of Pt Nanoparticles Hybridized with Metal-Organic Frameworks – N. Ogiwara (Kyoto Univesity), H. Kobayashi (JST-PRESTO), and H. Kitagawa (Kyoto University) Seebeck Coefficient Measurements of Pristine and Tcnq Loaded HKUST-1 Thin Films – Z. M. Hassan (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), X. Chen (Applied Research Center), K. Zhang (Old Dominion University), E. Redel (IFG (Institute of Functional lnterfaces)), and H. Baumgart (Old Dominion University, ECE Department) Superconductive (Cu)TTF@TCNQ Nanosheets Detected By Peakforce Tunneling Atomic Force Microscopy – D. H. Chen (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), Z. Fu (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), and E. Redel (IFG (Institute of Functional lnterfaces)) A Dipolar Surface Mounted Metal-Organic Framework (SURMOF): Basis for Sensor Applications – J. Gies, M. Füser, M. Bolte, A. Terfort, and M. Kind (Goethe University Frankfurt) Electrical Conductivity of Prussian Blue Analogues (Cu, Ni, K Cu, K Ni) – M. Kumari (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)) and E. Redel (IFG (Institute of Functional lnterfaces), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) Resistive Switching Phenomena of MetalOrganic Framework Nanosheets Detected By Peakforce Tunneling Atomic Force Microscopy – J. Xiu (Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter) and Z. Fu (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) Dipolar Molecular Rotors in SurfaceAnchored Metal Organic Frameworks – S. Hamer (Christian Albrechts Universität Kiel) SURMOF/Cnc Based “Designer Solids” for Photonic, Optical and Energy Applications – E. Redel (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), S. Walheim (INT (Institute of Nanotechnology)), T. H. Schimmel (APH (Institute of Applied Physics)), J. Liu (Dalian University of Technology), and C. Wöll (IFG (institute of Functional Interfaces)) SURMOF Based “Designer Solids” for Microelectronic Devices and Thermoelectric Materials Characterization – Z. M. Hassan (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), V. Linseis (Linseis Messgeräte GmbH), H. Reith (IFW Dresden, Dresden, Germany), H. Baumgart (Old Dominion University, ECE Department), and E. Redel (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) 119

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(Invited) MOFs: From Ideal Insulators to Metals – M. Dinca (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Ammonia for Proton Conducting Medium in Metal-Organic Frameowkrs – D. Lim and H. Kitagawa (Kyoto University) Charge Transport, Conductivity, and Carrier Density in Tcnq Loaded MOF Films – X. Chen (Applied Research Center), B. Truong (California State University Los Angeles), Z. M. Hassan (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), E. Redel (IFG (institute of Functional Interfaces)), K. Zhang (Old Dominion University), G. Zhao (California State University Los Angeles, Department of Physics and Astronomy), and H. Baumgart (Old Dominion University, ECE Department) Metal-Organic Frameworks and Carbon Nanotubes – Imparting Electrical Conductivity to MOF Composites – H. A. Schulze, B. Brechtken, A. Schaate, R. J. Haug, and P. Behrens (Leibniz Universität Hannover) Break (Invited) Strategies for Tuning the Electrical Conductivity in Metal Organic Frameworks – A. A. Talin (Sandia National Labs) Fabrication and Investigation of Crystalline Non-Porous Conductive Coordination Network Compounds – P. Hosseini, I. Brand, G. Wittstock, T. Lenk (Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg), and E. Redel (IFG (Institute of Functional lnterfaces)) Local Conductivity Measurements of MetalOrganic Layers By Conductive AFM on Micropatterned Electrodes Produced By Metal Polymer Blend Lithography – S. Walheim (INT (Institute of Nanotechnology), APH (Institute of Applied Physics), KIT), E. Redel (IFG (institute of Functional Interfaces)), C. Wöll (IFG (institute of Functional Interfaces), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), and T. Schimmel (INT (Institute of Nanotechnology), KIT, APH (Institute of Applied Physics)) The Role of Defects in the semiconductingmetallic discrepancy in Metal-Organic Graphene Analogues – M. D. Allendorf, M. E. Foster (Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA 94551-0969), K. Sohlberg (Drexel University), V. Stavila, Y. He (Sandia National Laboratories), M. C. So (California State University Chico), and A. A. Talin (Sandia National Laboratories)


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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Materials for Alkaline Fuel Cells and Direct-Fuel Fuel Cells

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Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 4/5, Sunrise Center E-2.1 Membranes for Alkaline Devices 1 – 08:00 – 09:40 Co-Chairs: Paul A. Kohl and Simon T. Thompson 08:00

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(Invited) U.S. DOE Early-Stage Alkaline Membrane Fuel Cell R&D – S. T. Thompson, D. Ho, and D. C. Papageorgopoulos (U.S. Department of Energy) Polynorbornene-Based Anion Exchange Membranes for Alkaline Fuel Cells – G. Huang, M. Mandal, Y. Kim, and P. A. Kohl (Georgia Institute of Technology) Interplay between the Morphology and Conducting Properties of ImidazoliumBased Grafted Anion Exchange Membranes – Y. Zhao, K. Yoshimura, A. Hiroki, and Y. Maekawa (Natl. Inst. for Quantum and Radiological Sci. Technol.) Multiblock Anion Conducting Copolymers Based on Vinyl Addition and Ring-Opening Metathesis Polymerization of Norbornenes – M. Mandal, G. Huang, and P. A. Kohl (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Catalyst Activity/Durability for Hydrogen(-Reformate) Acidic Fuel Cells Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 2, Sunrise Center

D-2.1 Pt-Alloy and Core-Shell Cathode Catalysts – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Joshua David Snyder and Hideo Daimon 08:00 08:20

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Electrodeposition of Pt and Gd from the Same Ionic Liquid – L. Asen, S. Martens, and O. Schneider (Technische Universität München) 1494 Pd@PtML Nanoparticles on Carbon-Supported WNi Substrates for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction – L. Song (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory), K. Nagamori, H. Igarashi (Catalysts Development Center, N.E.C.C., Ibaraki, Japan), M. B. Vukmirovic, K. Sasaki, and R. R. Adzic (Chemistry Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory) 1495 Electrochemical Properties of Pt ShellPd Core Structured Catalyst Synthesized via Direct Displacement Method – H. Daimon, R. Yoshiura, H. Kawasaki, Y. Noguchi, T. Doi, and M. Inaba (Doshisha University)

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Temperature Effect of Oxygen Reduction Reaction Activity on Pt-Pd/C Core-Shell Catalyst Investigated By X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy – T. Uchiyama (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), L. Chen (Kyoto University), N. Nagata (Kyoto university), Y. Horie (Kyoto University), K. Yamamoto (Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies), H. Tanida (Device Analysis Department, NISSAN ARC, Ltd.), N. Takao (Device-functional analysis Department, NISSAN ARC, Ltd.), H. Imai (Device Analysis Department, NISSAN ARC, Ltd.), K. Yokoyama, S. Sugawara (FCCubic Technology Research Association), K. Shinohara (Fuel Cell Cutting-edge Research Center (FC-Cubic)), and Y. Uchimoto (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University) Novel Preparation Method of Core-Shell Platinum Cathode for PEFC Using UPD Directly to Catalyst Layer – H. Fukunaga, K. Kachi, D. Takimoto, D. Mochizuki, and W. Sugimoto (Shinshu University) Intermission Advanced Core-Shell Nanostructures for Electrocatalytic Applications – C. Wang (Johns Hopkins University) Sustainable Synthesis of Bismuth-Based Core-Shell and De-Alloyed Nanoparticles As Electrocatalysts for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – A. P. Angelopoulos (University of Cincinnati) (Invited) Addressing Interfacial Processes That Govern the Electrocatalyst Activity-Stability Balance – J. D. Snyder (Drexel University) Surface Doping Treatment of Octahedral Ptni Alloy Nanoparticle Catalysts for Durable Fuel Cell Cathodes – F. Dionigi (Technical University Berlin), C. C. Weber (Technische Universität Berlin), S. Kühl, and P. Strasser (Technical University Berlin) An ORR Identical Location STEM Investigation of the Stability of Pt3Ni Octahedra Supported in Hollow Graphitic Spheres – P. Paciok (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH), J. Knossalla (Max-PlanckInstitut für Kohlenforschung GmbH), D. Göhl, M. Ledendecker (Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH), D. Jalalpoor (Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung GmbH), E. Pizzutilo (Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH), M. Heggen (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH), F. Schüth (Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung GmbH), K. Mayrhofer (Helmholtz-Institute Erlangen-Nürnberg), and R. E. DuninBorkowski (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Polymer-Electrolyte Electrolysis Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 8, Sunrise Center

F-2.1 Electrolysis Performance and Durability – 08:10 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Bryan S Pivovar and Radenka Maric 08:10 08:20 1595

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Diagnostics/Characterization Methods, MEA Design/Model

(Invited) Study on the Degradation of PEM Water Electrolysis MEA after Long-Term Operation – H. Yu, L. J. Bonville (University of Connecticut), and R. Maric (Center for Clean Energy Engineering)

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 1, Sunrise Center A-2.1 Gas Diffusion Layer – 08:40 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Pierre Boillat and Sirivatch Shimpalee 08:40

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(Invited) Thermal Conductivity and Temperature Gradients in PEM Fuel Cells, Relative to Other Galvanic Cells – O. S. Burheim (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) and B. G. Pollet (Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)) Numerical Study of Liquid Water Saturation inside Gas Diffusion Layer and Micro Porous Layer during PEMFC Operations Using Multiscale and Multiphase Modeling Approach – S. Shimpalee, P. Satjaritanun, J. W. Weidner (University of South Carolina), and S. Hirano (Ford Motor Company) Study on PEFC Gas Diffusion Layer with Designed Wettability Pattern Tolerant to Flooding – S. Sakaida (Ibaraki University), Y. Tabe, T. Chikahisa (Hokkaido University), K. Tanaka, and M. Konno (Ibaraki University) Characteristics of Water Droplet Release from Gas Diffusion Layers – F. N. Büchi (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut), A. Mularczyk, A. Lamibrac, F. Marone (Paul Scherrer Institut), T. J. Schmidt (ETH Zürich, Paul Scherrer Institute), and J. Eller (Paul Scherrer Institut) Intermission Gas Diffusion Media with Optimized Water Transport – V. Manzi-Orezzoli (Paul Scherrer Institute), M. Siegwart (LEC, Paul Scherrer Institute), T. J. Schmidt (ETH Zürich), and P. Boillat (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut) Change of Preferential Liquid Breakthrough Pathways in PEMFC Gas Diffusion Layers: Evidence of Pressure-Induced Dynamic Transport – S. Chevalier, C. Josset, and B. Auvity (University of Nantes) Wetting-Dependent Percolation through the Gas Diffusion Layer of PEM Fuel Cells – A. Herescu (Purdue University Northwest) Fundamental Understanding of Water Movement in Gas Diffusion Layer Under Different Arrangements Using Combination of Direct Modeling and Experimental Visualization – P. Satjaritanun, S. Shimpalee, J. W. Weidner (University of South Carolina), A. Shum, I. V. Zenyuk (Tufts University), A. Z. Weber (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and S. Hirano (Ford Motor Company)

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Introductory Remarks (Invited) Addressing Fundamental Materials Challenges in Electrochemical Water Splitting Technologies for Sustainable Hydrogen Production – E. L. Miller, K. Randolph, D. Peterson, N. Rustagi (U.S. Department of Energy), J. W. Vickers (U.S. Department of Energy AAAS Fellow), M. Lyubovsky (U.S. Department of Energy ORISE Fellow), K. Cierpik-Gold (Allegheny Science and Technology), and S. Byham (The Building People) (Invited) Large Scale PEM Electrolysis Stack Development - the Megastack Project – M. S. Thomassen, A. O. Barnett, P. Skjetne, T. Bergstrøm, K. Sundseth (SINTEF), T. Smolinka, K. Bromberger (Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems), G. Serre, M. Chandesris, and F. Fouda-Onana (CEALITEN) Impact of Mechanical Operation Conditions on PEM Water Electrolyzer Performance – E. Borgardt, L. Giesenberg (Institute of Energy and Climate Research), M. Müller (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), W. Lehnert (RWTH Aachen University), and D. Stolten (Chair for Fuel Cells, RWTH Aachen, 52072, Aachen, Germany) Break Analysis of Gas Permeation Phenomena in a PEM Water Electrolyzer Operated at High Pressure and Current Density – M. Bernt (Bayerisches Zentrum für angewandte Energieforschung, Technical University of Munich), J. Schröter (Bayerisches Zentrum für angewandte Energieforschung), A. Weiß, A. Siebel, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich) On the Effect of Bipolar Plate Mechanical Properties on the Current Distribution of Proton Exchange Membrane Water Electrolysis – S. Al Shakhshir, F. Zhou, and S. K. Kær (Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University) Insight in Mass Transport of Polymer Electrolyte Water Electrolyzer By Systematic Analysis of Liquid and Gas Fed Water – T. Schuler (Paul Scherrer Institut, ETH Zürich), T. Kimura (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi), T. J. Schmidt (ETH Zürich), and F. N. Büchi (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut) Two Phase Flow Modeling and Characterization of Oxygen Bubbles in PEM Water Electrolysis Cells – A. NouriKhorasani, J. T. H. Kwan (University of British Columbia), A. Bonakdarpour, and D. P. Wilkinson (Mangrove Water Technologies)

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Cells, Stacks and Systems Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 7, Sunrise Center

B-2.1 MEA and Cell Fabrication and Optimization – 08:50 – 12:10 Co-Chairs: Karen Swider-Lyons and Mahlon S. Wilson 08:50

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Membrane-Electrode-Assemblies with Electrospun Fiber Mat Electrodes for Hydrogen/Air Fuel Cells – J. Slack, K. Waldrop, R. Wycisk (Vanderbilt University), C. Gumeci, N. Dale (Nissan Technical Center North America), and P. N. Pintauro (Vanderbilt University) The Impact of Compression on PEM Fuel Cell Performance at High Power – K. SwiderLyons (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), Y. Garsany (EXCET Inc.), C. J. Netwall, R. W. Atkinson III, B. D. Gould, and M. B. Sassin (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory) Impact of Gas Diffusion Layer Mechanics on PEM Fuel Cell Performance – P. Irmscher, D. Qiu (IEK-3 Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), H. Janßen (IEK-3, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), W. Lehnert (RWTH Aachen University), and D. Stolten (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH) Coupling of Lattice Boltzmann Volume of Fluid Approaches to Study the Droplet Behavior at the Gas Diffusion Layer/Gas Channel Interface – M. Andersson (Lund University, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), S. B. Beale (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Queen’s University), D. Froning, J. Yu (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), and W. Lehnert (RWTH Aachen University, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH) Break Fuel Cell Electrodes Based on Functional Meso-Structured Arrays – J. S. Spendelow (Los Alamos National Laboratory), S. Komini Babu (Carnegie Mellon University), R. Mukundan, R. L. Borup (Los Alamos National Laboratory), D. A. Cullen, and K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Analysis of Degradation Mechanisms and Durability Assessment of Graphene-Based Mpls for PEM Fuel Cells – S. Latorrata, P. Gallo Stampino, C. Cristiani, and G. Dotelli (Politecnico di Milano) Injection Molding of Carbon Nanotube-Filled, Polymer Composite Bipolar Plates – M. L. Sander (Penn State Behrend), J. T. Pritts (Penn State University), B. A. Young (Penn State Behrend), A. D. Santamaria (Western New England University), and A. S. Hollinger (Penn State Behrend) CVD Catalyzed PEM Fuel Cell and Electrolyzer Electrodes – M. S. Wilson, K. Chintam, R. Mukundan, N. Macauley (Los Alamos National Laboratory), K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), S. Kabir, and K. C. Neyerlin (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) Graphene Oxide-Based Membranes As Alternative Electrolytes for PEM Fuel Cells – S. Latorrata, P. Gallo Stampino, C. Cristiani, and G. Dotelli (Politecnico di Milano)

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Materials for Alkaline Fuel Cells and Direct-Fuel Fuel Cells Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 4/5, Sunrise Center

E-2.2 Membranes for Alkaline Devices 2 – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Yu Seung Kim and Zengcai Liu 10:00

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Conductive Channels in Anion Conducting Multiblock Copolymers: Different Number and Type of Head-Groups – L. Liu, G. Huang, and P. A. Kohl (Georgia Institute of Technology) Alkaline Stable Sustainion® Anion Exchange Membrane for Fuel Cells – Z. Liu, S. D. Sajjad, H. Yang, L. Zhu, and R. I. Masel (Dioxide Materials Inc) Polyaromatic Ionomers for High Performance Alkaline Membrane Fuel Cells – S. Maurya (Los Alamos National Laboratory), I. Matanovic (University of New Mexico), H. T. Chung (Los Alamos National Laboratory), E. J. Park (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), C. W. Narvaez Villarrubia (Los Alamos National Laboratory), S. Noh, J. Han, C. Bae (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), C. Fujimoto, M. Hibbs (Sandia National Laboratory), and Y. S. Kim (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Increasing the Ion Conductivity By Modification of Anion Exchange Membranes for Alkaline Fuel Cells – J. Leppin, C. Harms, and A. Dyck (DLR-Institut für Vernetzte Energiesysteme e. V.) Kinetic Equilibrium and Transient Conductivity Study of CO2 poisoning Observed in Anion Exchange Membranes When Exposed to Ambient Air and Varying Levels of CO2 Ppm – A. G. Divekar (Colorado School of Mines), B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), S. Seifert (Argonne National Laboratory), and A. M. Herring (Colorado School of Mines) High Conductivity and Low Permeability Alkaline Fuel Cell Membrane with Ordered Interpenetrating Network Morphology By Electric Field Poling – P. P. J. Chu, Y. Huang, Y. S. Fang, Y. C. Tseng, and P. Chen (National Central University, Department of Chemistry)

E-2.3 Alkaline Electrocatalysis 3 – 14:00 – 15:40 Co-Chairs: Gang Wu and Lior Elbaz 14:00

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(Invited) PGM-Free Bifunctional Electrocatalyst for Oxygen Reduction and Evolution Reactions in Reversible Alkaline Fuel Cells – G. Wu (University at Buffalo, the State University of New York) Design and Activity of Supported Transition Metal Catalysts for Methane to Methanol Oxidation in Electrochemical Fuel Cell – D. Primc (University of California, Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), J. Fornaciari (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, University of California, Berkeley), A. Z. Weber (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and A. T. Bell (University of California, Berkeley) AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Metal Organic Frameworks Based Catalysts for ORR: The Effect of the Transition Metal on the Catalytic Activity – L. Elbaz, S. Gonen, and O. Lori (Bar-Ilan University) Self-Driven Strain Tuning in Transition Metal Nanocrystals for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction – L. Wang (Johns Hopkins University), Z. Zeng (School of Chemical Engineering, Purdue University), W. Gao (University of California, Irvine), T. Maxson (Purdue University), D. Raciti, M. Giroux (Johns Hopkins University), X. Pan (University of California-Irvine), C. Wang (Johns Hopkins University), and J. Greeley (Purdue University)

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Diagnostics/Characterization Methods, MEA Design/Model Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 1, Sunrise Center

I01C

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Cation-Exchange Membrane Performance and Durability Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 7, Sunrise Center

C-2.1 Membrane and Ionomer Characterization – 14:00 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: Ahmet Kusoglu and Michael Hickner 14:00

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(Invited) Neutron Imaging of Fuel Cells: An Overview of Past, Current and Future Research – P. Boillat (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut, LNS Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut) Visualization Study about Effects of Local Structure of Micro Porous Layer By X-Ray Radiography – H. Naito (Tokyo institute of technology), T. Yoshida, K. Kawamura, T. Sasabe, and S. Hirai (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Time-of-Flight Neutron Imaging for the Distinction of Super-Cooled Water and Ice during PEFC Cold-Starts – M. Siegwart (Paul Scherrer Institue), F. Huang (Tsinghua University), M. Cochet, V. Manzi-Orezzoli (Paul Scherrer Institute), T. J. Schmidt (ETH Zürich, Paul Scherrer Institute), Z. Jianbo (Tsinghua University), and P. Boillat (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut) Studying Pt-Based Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell Degradation with Nano-Scale X-Ray Computed Tomography – J. Braaten, S. Ogawa (Carnegie Mellon University), V. Yarlagadda (General Motors, Fuel Cell Activities), A. Kongkanand (Global Fuel Cell Business, General Motors), and S. Litster (Carnegie Mellon University) Intermission From Catalyst Layer to Flow Field: Analysis of Electrolyte Redistribution in HTPEFC By Operando X-Ray Tomographic Microscopy – J. Halter (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut), T. J. Schmidt (ETH Zürich), and F. N. Büchi (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut) Advances in Electron Microscopy Methods to Evaluate Thin Ionomer Layers in PEM Fuel Cell Catalyst Layers – K. L. More and D. A. Cullen (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

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A-2.2 Imaging – 14:00 – 16:40 Co-Chairs: Shawn Litster and Karren L. More

(Invited) Further Excursions into the Probing of Internal and Interfacial Structure of Ionomer Thin Films – K. Karan (University of Calgary) (Invited) Interactions in Ionomers: From Cations to Confinement – P. Dudenas, M. Tesfaye, and A. Kusoglu (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Effect of Annealing Treatment for the Morphology and Proton Transport Property of Nafion Thin-Film on Platinum Electrode – X. Gao (Kyoto University), K. Yamamoto (Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies), T. Uchiyama (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), N. Takao (Device-functional analysis Department, NISSAN ARC, Ltd.), M. Matsumoto, H. Imai (Device Analysis Department, NISSAN ARC, Ltd.), S. Katayama (FC-Cubic), S. Sugawara (FCCubic Technology Research Association), K. Shinohara (Fuel Cell Cutting-edge Research Center (FC-Cubic)), and Y. Uchimoto (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University) Break Effect of Ionomer Equivalent Weight and Side Chain Length on Catalyst Layer Transport Resistances – N. Ramaswamy, V. Konduru, and S. Kumaraguru (General Motors Company) Impact of Co-Alloy Leaching and Cation in Ionomer Thin-Films – M. Tesfaye and A. Kusoglu (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Effect of Cobalt Ion Exchange and Thermal Pretreatment of Ionomer Thin Films on Conductivity, Water Uptake and Swelling – H. Eskandari, V. Ozhukil Kollath, and K. Karan (University of Calgary) Development of an Ion Exchange Membrane Characterization Protocol – L. E. Nuñez Toledo (Universidad Nacional de Colombia), M. A. Parada Silva (Universidad Nacional De Colombia), and C. I. Sanchez Saenz (Universidad Nacional de Colombia)


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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Polymer-Electrolyte Electrolysis

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Catalyst Activity/Durability for Hydrogen (-Reformate) Acidic Fuel Cells

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 8, Sunrise Center

F-2.2 Electrolysis Performance and Durability, Acidic Hydrogen Evolution – 14:00 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: Katherine E Ayers and Shaun M Alia

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High Efficiency Proton Exchange Membrane Electrolysis: Potential for H2@Scale – K. E. Ayers, C. B. Capuano, and P. Mani (Proton OnSite) (Invited) H2@Scale: The Effect of Loading, Test Parameters, and Oxides on ElectrolyzerCatalyst Durability – S. M. Alia (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), S. Stariha, R. L. Borup (Los Alamos National Laboratory), and B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) Degradation Mechanisms and Accelerated Stress-Test Protocols for Polymer Electrolyte Water Electrolyzers – U. Babic, M. Zlobinski (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute), T. J. Schmidt (ETH Zürich), and L. Gubler (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute) Impact of Intermittent Operation on the Lifetime and Performance of a PEM Water Electrolyzer – A. Weiß, A. Siebel (Technical University of Munich), M. Bernt (Technische Universität München), and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich) Break Degradation of PEM Electrolysis: The Influence of Current Density – K. A. Friedrich, P. Lettenmeier (German Aerospace Center (DLR)), T. Morawietz, M. Handl, R. Hiesgen (University of Applied Sciences Esslingen), F. Burggraf, P. A. Valles Beltran, and A. S. Gago (German Aerospace Center (DLR)) Highly Active Pt‒M (M=Co, Fe) Alloy Catalysts for the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction in Polymer Electrolyte Water Electrolysis – H. Uchida (Clean Energy Research Center, University of Yamanashi, Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi), Y. Miyamoto, G. Shi (Clean Energy Research Center, University of Yamanashi), S. Nohara (Clean Energy Research Center, University of Yamanashi, Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi), and H. Yano (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi) Bifunctional Organic Molecular Electrocatalyst for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction and Hydrogen Peroxide Production – X. Yin, L. Lin, U. Martinez, H. T. Chung, and P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

Ru-Functionalized Mo2c Nanoparticles inSitu Grown on Biomass-Derived 3D Porous Carbon Framework for Catalytic Hydrogen Evolution – Z. Zhang, Q. Feng (Southern University of Science and Technology), H. Li (SUSTech), and H. Wang (Southern University of Science and Technology)

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 2, Sunrise Center D-2.2 Pt-Alloy Cathode Catalysts and Catalyst Layers – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Juan Herranz and Christopher Rhodes 14:00

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(Invited) Pt-Based Aerogels As EnhancedDurability Electrocatalysts for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – J. Herranz, S. Henning (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut), L. Kühn (Chair of Physical Chemistry, TU Dresden), H. Ishikawa (University of Yamanashi, Panasonic corporation), R. Shimizu, M. Uchida (University of Yamanashi), A. Eychmüller (Chair of Physical Chemistry, TU Dresden), and T. J. Schmidt (ETH Zürich, Paul Scherrer Institute) Self-Supported, Carbon-Free Bimetallic Two-Dimensional Nanoframes for High Activity and Stability Oxygen Reduction Electrocatalysts for Fuel Cells – C. Rhodes, F. Godinez-Salomon, and Y. Ying (Texas State University) Advances in Ptni Nanowire Extended Thin Film Electrocatalysts – S. M. Alia, K. C. Neyerlin, K. Hurst, J. W. Zack, S. A. Mauger (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), W. W. McNeary, A. Weimer, W. Medlin (University of Colorado, Boulder), S. Zaccarine, C. Ngo, S. Pylypenko (Colorado School of Mines), K. Buechler (ALD Nanosolutions), and B. S. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) Atomic-Level Insight into Advanced Electrocatalyst Architectures – N. Becknell, R. Wang, H. Lv, P. P. Lopes, N. M. Markovic, and V. Stamenkovic (Argonne National Laboratory) Ionomer and Carbon Aggregate Structure in Catalyst Ink Using Coarse-Grained Molecular Dynamics Simulations – T. Mabuchi and T. Tokumasu (Tohoku University) Break Kinetic Analysis of Oxygen Transport Phenomena through Ionomer Thin Film on Pt Surface in PEFC – Y. Kurihara (Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University), T. Mabuchi, and T. Tokumasu (Tohoku University)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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High-Temperature Energy, Materials, & Processes / Battery / Energy Technology Universal 22, Expo Center

SOFC Cathodes – 08:00 – 09:40 Co-Chairs: Nicola H. Perry and Michael F Francis 08:00

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Structural and Electrochemical Evaluation of Iron Doping and Barium Deficiency in Layered Perovskite Cathodes for IT-SOFCs: NdBa1−XCo2−YFeYO5+Δ – G. Cordaro, A. Donazzi (Politecnico di Milano), R. Pelosato (Politecnico di Milano, Università di Bergamo), I. Natali Sora (Università di Bergamo), C. Cristiani, and G. Dotelli (Politecnico di Milano) Accelerated Phase Transition of Pr2NiO4 in the Presence of GDC Interlayer – J. A. Wilson (University of Louisiana at Lafayette), Y. Wang, and X. D. Zhou (University of South Carolina, University of Louisiana at Lafayette) Zero Degradation in Power Density over Long-Term SOFC Operation Based on a Novel Interlayer – Y. Wang (University of Louisiana at Lafayette), E. Dogdibegovic (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and X. D. Zhou (University of Louisiana at Lafayette) Influence of Ca Doping on the Performance of Ruddlesden-Popper Oxides Sr3.2XCaxLn0.8Fe1.5Co1.5O10-δ as Cathode Materials for It-SOFCs – P. K. Padmadas (CINVESTAV Saltillo), K. Y. Lai, and A. Manthiram (The University of Texas at Austin) The Effect of Sr Doping on La2NiO4+Δ Doped with 10% Mn – Y. Sadia (Ben Gurion University, Imperial College London) and S. J. Skinner (Imperial College London, London, UK)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

(Invited) Measuring and Tailoring ChemoMechanical Coupling in Mixed Ionic and Electronic Conducting Oxides – T. Chen, K. Leonard, H. Matsumoto (wpi-I2CNER, Kyushu University), C. S. Kim, S. R. Bishop, H. L. Tuller (MIT), S. P. Shafi (Indian Institute of Science Education and Research), E. Traversa (University of Electronic Science and Technology of China), S. J. Skinner (Imperial College London, London, UK), and N. H. Perry (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, UIUC, wpi-I2CNER, Kyushu University) Pulsed Laser Deposition of SrCo0.8Nb0.1Ta0.1O3-Δ As a Cathode for Thin Film Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – S. Ryu, W. Yu (Seoul National University), A. P (Pondicherry Central University), T. Park (Soongsil University), and S. W. Cha (Seoul National University) Influence of Growth Parameters on Optical and Electrical Properties of Nanostructured Ceria Thin Films Obtained By Spray Pyrolysis – M. F. García Sánchez (UPIITA-Instituto Politécnico Nacional), J. F. Malagón García (IIM-UNAM), I. C. Romero Ibarra (UPIITAInstituto Politécnico Nacional), and G. Santana Rodriguez (IIM-UNAM) Comparative Study: Effect of Various Wet Impregnations into LaNi1-XFexO3-Δ Cathodic Backbone for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – H. S. Kang, H. Li (Department of Mechanical Engineering, UC Merced), and M. H. Lee (Department of Mechanical Engineering)

Basic Research – 14:00 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: Enrico Traversa, Cortney R. Kreller and Lok-kun Tsui 14:00

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(Invited) On Deconvoluting the Contributions of the Cathode and Anode to SOFC Electrode Performance – X. D. Zhou, Y. Wang, and J. A. Wilson (University of Louisiana at Lafayette) Differential Electrochemical Mass Spectrometry Coupled with Linear and Non-Linear Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy of Gadolinia-Doped Ceria: CO2 and H2o Co-Electrolysis – J. M. Witt, S. B. Adler, and E. M. Stuve (University of Washington) Frequency-Resolved Evaluation of Electrode Oxidation State in La0.6Sr0.4CoO3 Thin Films with Operando XAS – B. S. Gerwe (University of Washington), K. Mizuno (Tohoku University), O. Sekizawa, K. Nitta (JASRI), K. Amezawa (Tohoku University), and S. B. Adler (University of Washington) Break (Invited) Poisson-Cahn: A Space Charge Theory for Dilute and Concentrated Systems – D. S. Mebane (West Virginia University) Probing Colossal Ion Conductivity Hypotheses – M. F. Francis (Los Alamos National Laboratories)

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Transmission Electron Microscopic Observation of Both Ionomer and Pt Distribution and Their Effects on Cathode Performance for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – M. Kawamoto, S. Hommura (New Product R&D Center, AGC Asahi Glass Co., Ltd.), K. Kakinuma, and M. Uchida (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi) Durability of Long-Life Low Power Fuel Cells – R. L. Borup, S. Stariha, A. M. Baker, T. Rockward, D. A. Langlois, M. S. Wilson, and J. Rau (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Cathode Loading Impact on Voltage Cycling Induced PEMFC Degradation – a Voltage Loss Analysis – G. S. Harzer, J. N. Schwämmlein, A. M. Damjanović, S. Ghosh, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich) In Operando Characterization of Cutting Edge Fuel Cells Catalysts Using X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy: Capabilities of the XAFS Beamline at Synchrotron Elettra (Trieste, Italy) – S. Pollastri (Ceric - Eric), G. Aquilanti (Elettra-Sincrotrone Trieste), R. Fiala (Charles University, Ceric - Eric), L. Olivi (ElettraSincrotrone Trieste), J. Mysliveček, and V. Matolin (Charles University)


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Role of Microstructure on Disorder and Transport in Pyrochlore Oxides – C. R. Kreller, N. Parker, J. A. Valdez, T. Holesinger, Y. Wang, M. Tang, and B. Uberuaga (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Ab-Initio Investigation of Polarization and Ion Conduction Mechanisms in the Bone Mineral and Electret Material Hydroxyapatite – S. Kasamatsu and O. Sugino (Institute for Solid State Physics, the University of Tokyo)

I02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center •

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Preparation and Characterization of Alternative Ni-Based Anode Materials for SOFCs – Y. Ishibashi, S. Futamura (Kyushu University, Faculty of Eng., Dep. of Hydrogen Energy Systems), Y. Tachikawa (Center for Co-Evolutional Social Systems, Kyushu University Faculty of Engineering), J. Matsuda (WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University), Y. Shiratori (Department of Hydrogen Energy Systems, Kyushu University, International Research Center for Hydrogen Energy), S. Taniguchi (Next-Generation Fuel Cell Research Center (NEXT-FC), Kyushu University Faculty of Engineering), and K. Sasaki (Kyushu University, Next-Generation Fuel Cell Research Center) Study on Mechanical Behavior of MetalSupported Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (MS-SOFC) in Wet Chemical Coating Process – J. Lee, K. Lee, and J. Bae (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Redox Stability of La0.6Sr0.4Fe0.9Sc0.1O3-Δ for a Solid Oxide Cell Interconnector – S. D. Kim, M. Kwak, H. J. Choi (Korea Institute of Energy Research), T. W. Kim (Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER)), D. W. Seo, and S. K. Woo (Korea Institute of Energy Research) Performance Improvement of Solid Oxide Cells Using CuO Sintering Aid for Co-Sintering of GDC Buffer Layer and La0.6Sr0.4Co0.2Fe0.8O3-δ Air Electrode – H. J. Choi, S. D. Kim (Korea Institute of Energy Research), T. W. Kim (Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER)), D. W. Seo, and S. K. Woo (Korea Institute of Energy Research) Electrochemical Ammonia Synthesis in Barium-Cerium Zirconate Cells – J. Fellowes, I. J. McPherson (Department of Chemistry, University of Oxford, UK), and S. C. E. Tsang (University of Oxford) Atomic Layer Deposition Treatment on Infiltrated Cathodes for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – H. Li, H. S. Kang, A. Karimaghaloo (Department of Mechanical Engineering, UC Merced), and M. H. Lee (University of California, Merced) Ni-Fe Oxide Quantum Dots Anchored on Carbon Nanotubes As a Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction/Evolution Reactions for MetalAir Batteries – N. Xu (Donghua University, University of Louisiana at Lafayette), Y. D. Wang (University of Louisiana at Lafayette), X. D. Zhou (University of South Carolina, University of Louisiana at Lafayette), and J. Qiao (Donghua University)

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Compatibility Analysis of Chromites in DualPhase Composites for Oxygen Transport Membranes – L. Martinez Aguilera, R. Kiebach, and A. B. Haugen (Technical University of Denmark)

Luminescence and Display Materials: Fundamentals and Applications Luminescence and Display Materials Universal 11, Expo Center

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Discovery of New Solid State Materials for Phosphors and Their Photoluminescence Tuning – Z. Xia (University of Science and Technology Beijing) Self-Activated Low-Dimensional Metal Halide Phosphors and Scintillators – M. H. Du (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Surface Ligands As Atomic Valves for Growth of Nanocrystal Quantum Dots – D. C. Lee (KAIST) Fabrication and Phase Transition of La2XLuxZr2O7 Transparent Ceramics – S. Wang, Z. Wang, and G. Zhou (Shanghai Institute of Ceramics) Novel Red-emitting Phosphors: Synthesis, Photoluminescence and Theoretical Calculations – W. R. Liu (Chung Yuan Christian University)

Luminescence and Display Materials Division Centennial Outstanding Achievement Award Address – 10:00 – 10:40 Co-Chairs: Mikhail G. Brik and Alok M Srivastava 10:00

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(Luminescence and Display Materials Division Centennial Outstanding Achievement Award) Vacuum Referred Electron Binding Energies in Impurity and Host Band States as Revealed from Empirical Studies; a Personal Account – P. Dorenbos (Technische Universiteit Delft)

Visible and Infrared Phosphor Research and Applications Luminescence and Display Materials Universal 11, Expo Center

J02 Session 2 – 13:30 – 17:00 Co-Chairs: Tetsuhiko Isobe and John Collins 13:30

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(Invited) d3 Electron Configuration: Basic Properties and Main Misconceptions – M. Brik (Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Institute of Physics, University of Tartu, Estonia) and A. M. Srivastava (GE Global Research) (Invited) A Quantum Electrodynamics Formulation of Energy Transfer Via Electric Dipole-Magnetic Dipole and Magnetic DipoleMagnetic Dipole Interaction of Two Optically Active Ions – J. Collins (Wheaton College) and K. C. Mishra (Chelmsford MA) (Invited) Theory of Radiative Lifetime of an Activator Ion Due to Surface Plasmons – K. C. Mishra (OSRAM SYLVANIA), A. Piquette (OSRAM Opto Semiconductors Inc), and J. Collins (Wheaton College) AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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(Invited) Red Fluoride Phosphors: A Story of Reliability – R. Verstraete, H. F. Sijbom, J. J. Joos, K. Korthout, C. Detavernier, P. F. Smet, and D. Poelman (Ghent University) Break (Invited) Integration of Thin Film Wavelength Converter on III-V Blue LED – D. Kundaliya, N. von Malm (Osram Opto Semiconductors), and K. C. Mishra (OSRAM SYLVANIA) (Invited) Full Spectrum White LEDs of Any Color Temperature with Color Rendering Index Higher Than 90 Using a Single BroadBand Phosphor – P. S. Dutta and K. M. Liotta (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry General Session

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Direct Demonstration of Unified Brønsted− Evans−Polanyi Relationships for ProtonCoupled Electron Transfer Reactions on Transition Metal Surfaces – H. J. Chun (Purdue University), Z. Zeng (School of Chemical Engineering, Purdue University), and J. Greeley (Purdue University) Photoelectrochemical Properties of p- and nType 4H-SiC Epilayers: Doping Concentration Dependence and Dopant Selectivity – S. P. Pavunny, R. L. Myers-Ward (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington DC), K. Daniels (University of Maryland, College Park, MD), K. Sridhara (Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington DC), A. K. Boyd, M. T. DeJarld, and D. K. Gaskill (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington DC) In Search of the Active Chlorine Species on Ti/ZrO2-RuO2-Sb2O3 Anodes Using Dems and XPS – R. E. Palma Goyes (INSTITUTO POLITECNICO NACIONAL), J. VazquezArenas (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa.), C. Ostos (Universidad de Antioquia), A. Manzo-Robledo (Escuela Superior De Ingeniería Química, INSTITUTO POLITECNICO NACIONAL), I. RomeroIbarra (INSTITUTO POLITECNICO NACIONAL), J. Calderón (Universidad de Antioquia), and I. González (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana iztapalapa) Probing Electrochemical Reactions at Individual Nanostructures: Applications in Electrocatalysis and Photoelectrochemistry – P. Saha, J. Hill, J. Walmsley, and C. M. Hill (University of Wyoming) Screen-Printed Electrodes As EC-SERS Active Surfaces for Quantitative Raman Spectroelectrochemical Detection of Biologically-Related Species – P. Fanjul Bolado (DROPSENS), A. Junquera Pérez (DropSens, S.L.), M. B. González García, and D. Hernández Santos (DROPSENS) Break

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

Physical and Analytical General Session 3 – 14:00 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Gunther Wittstock and Noé Arjona 14:00

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The Micro-Optical Ring Electrode: A Sensor for Multiple Actinide Ions Monitoring – G. Linnett and F. Andrieux (Lancaster University) Electron Transfer Reactions in Three-Nuclear Ti Complexes with π-Acceptor Ligands – A. Markovic, P. Sander, C. Dosche, R. Beckhaus, and G. Wittstock (Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg) On the Assumption-Free Determination of Single-Ion Gibbs Energies of Transfer – V. Radtke, A. Ermantraut, and I. Krossing (Universität Freiburg) Effect of Pd/C, Au/C and PdAu/C Synthesized Using Ionic Liquids in the Electro-Oxidation of Crude Glycerol in Alkaline Media – I. Velázquez-Hernández (CIDETEQ), V. Lair (ENSCP), L. Álvarez-Contreras (CIMAV), M. Guerra-Balcázar (Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro), and N. Arjona (CIDETEQ) Rotating Disk Slurry Electrodeposition (RoDSE) Technique for Fuel Cell Catalysts Development – C. A. Velez (University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus), L. E. Betancourt (University of Puerto Rico at Río Piedras), M. Vega (UPR-Rio Piedras Campus), and C. R. Cabrera (University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus) Electrochemical Endpoint Lithography Techniques Applied to PMMA LIGA Fabrication of Xpci Gold Gratings – C. L. Arrington, A. E. Hollowell (Sandia National Laboratories), P. S. Finnegan (Sandia National Labs), K. R. Baca, J. R. Pillars, A. L. Dagel (Sandia National Laboratories), V. Singh (LSU Center for Advanced Microstructures and Devices CAMD, Nuvotronics Inc.), and Q. Nguyen (LSU Center for Advanced Microstructures & Devices) 127

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(Invited) Ionic Liquid Interfaces Probed with Spectroscopy and Electrochemistry – R. S. Anaredy, A. Horvath, A. J. Lucio, A. Hailu, J. Wrona, and S. K. Shaw (University of Iowa) Tunable Reversible Ionic Liquids: Structurally Determined Property Manipulation – E. J. Biddinger, S. Jung, J. Chen, and Y. Mamtora (The City College of New York, CUNY) Break Electrochemical and Spectroscopic Insight into the Interfacial Structure of Ionic Liquids – J. M. Klein and B. Gurkan (Case Western Reserve University) Negative Pressure Regimes in Ionic Liquids: Structure and Interactions in Stretched Liquids as Probed by NMR – L. P. N. Rebelo (LAQV / REQUIMTE, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Departamento de Quimica), H. I. M. Veiga, W. Silva, E. J. Cabrita, J. M. S. S. Esperança (FCT-UNL, LAQV/REQUIMTE), and J. N. Canongia Lopes (CQE-UL, LAQV/ REQUIMTE) Lowering Activation Energy of Ionic Liquids By Their Confinement: Study of Pore Size and Host Chemical Nature Effects – A. Marie, B. Humbert, and J. Le Bideau (IMN, Université de Nantes - CNRS) H/D Isotope Effects on Nuclear Shielding As a Tool for the Study of Interionic Hydrogen Bonds in Ionic Liquids – G. Bottini, C. Pérez, and G. Moyna (Universidad de la República) High Magnetic Field Effects on Al Electrodeposition in AlCl3-Emic Ionic Liquid – H. Matsushima, H. Takahashi (Hokkaido University), I. Mogi (Tohoku University), and M. Ueda (Hokkaido University)

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(Invited) Electrochemical Synthesis of Metal and Semiconductor Nanostructures from Ionic Liquids – N. Borisenko (Clausthal University of Technology) Metal Oxides Solubility in Molten Salt Systems – I. N. Skryptun (Institute of General & Inorganic Chemistry)

Physicochemical and Electrochemical Properties of FSA-Based Ionic Liquid Electrolytes for K-Ion Batteries – T. Yamamoto (Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto University), K. Matsumoto, R. Hagiwara (Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University), and T. Nohira (Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto University) Break Influence of Additives on Aluminum (Al) Plating from Ionic Liquids – W. Li, W. Zhang (United Technologies Research Center), and J. G. Abbott (Xtalic Corporation)

L02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center •

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Water and Proton Concentration Affects the Electrocatalytic Conversion of Carbon Dioxide in Ionic Liquids – S. K. Shaw and A. Hailu (University of Iowa) Hot Corrosion Study of TiO2-ZrO2 Coating on Inconel 601 Alloy in NaVO3 Molten Salt – S. Espinoza-Villa, G. Carbajal-De la Torre, E. Cadenas (Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolas de Hidalgo), and M. A. EspinosaMedina (Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo) Evaluating the Effect of Applied Tension during Natural Fiber Welding of Lignocellulose Yarns – A. Burn (US Naval Academy), D. P. Durkin, P. J. Fahey (Department of Chemistry, U. S. Naval Academy), H. C. De Long (Physical Sciences Directorate, U.S. Army Research Office), and P. C. Trulove (Department of Chemistry, U. S. Naval Academy) Formation of Rare Earth Phosphates in the Melts Based on NaCl–KCl Equimolar Mixture – V. A. Volkovich, A. B. Ivanov, A. V. Chukin, V. V. Sukhikh (Ural Federal University), and T. R. Griffiths (Energy Process Developments Ltd) Electrochemical Properties of Uranium and Zirconium on Solid and Liquid Electrodes: Possibility of U and Zr Separation in 3LiCl– 2KCl Based Melts – D. S. Maltsev, V. A. Volkovich, E. V. Raguzina, K. E. Strepetov, A. A. Kozlova, and M. N. Soldatova (Ural Federal University) Thermal Analysis of the System NaCl–CaCl2– CaO – R. N. Savchuk, L. V. Gritsai (Institute of General & Inorganic Chemistry), A. V. Blyznyuk (Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry), and I. N. Skryptun (Institute of General & Inorganic Chemistry) New Industrial Alloy for Molten Salt Application: Design and Properties – K. V. Dedov, A. F. Gibadullina, A. Y. Zhilyakov (Ural Federal University), A. P. Pantyukhin (Bardin Central Research Institute for Ferrous Metallurgy), A. V. Abramov, V. V. Karpov, I. B. Polovov, V. A. Khotinov (Ural Federal University), A. F. Shevakin (Bardin Central Research Institute for Ferrous Metallurgy), S. V. Belikov (Ural Federal University), P. A. Kharin (Research and Design Institute of Chemical Engineering), V. A. Volkovich, and O. I. Rebrin (Ural Federal University) AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Electrochemical Behavior of Niobium Complexes in Chloride-Fluoride Melts with Addition of Alkaline Cations – D. A. Vetrova, A. V. Popova, and S. A. Kuznetsov (Tananaev Institute of Chemistry, Kola Science Centre RAS) Electrochemical Synthesis of Tantalum Silicides from Chloride-Fluoride Melts – S. V. Devyatkin (Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry)

Photocatalysts, Photoelectrochemical Cells, and Solar Fuels 9

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology Universal 21, Expo Center

Fundamental Understanding of Photocatalysis – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Zhiqun Lin and Gary Wiederrecht 08:00

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Enhanced Hydrogen Evolution Activity on the Edge of MoS2 through W Substitution – H. Wang and L. Gao (Soochow University) Analysis of the Charge Transfer Dynamics in Oxide Based Photoelectrodes through Small Perturbations Techniques – I. G. Rodríguez Gutiérrez (CINVESTAV-Mérida, International Research Center for Renewable Energy China), R. García-Rodríguez, A. Vega-Poot (CINVESTAV), J. Su (IRCRE), G. RodriguezGattorno (CINVESTAV), L. Vayssieres (International Research Center for Renewable Energy China), and G. Oskam (CINVESTAVMérida) Photoelectrochemical and Impedance Spectroscopy Investigation of Water Oxidation Reaction over Coordination Polymers Decorated TiO2 Nanotubes Arrays Electrodes – K. L. Rosas-Barrera, J. A. Pedraza (Universidad Industrial de Santander), E. Reguera (CICATA-Legaria), and P. AcevedoPeña (CONACYT-CICATA-Legaria, IPN) Understanding the Doping Effects on the Co Oxides for the Water Oxidation – B. Kim, I. Park, and K. Kang (Seoul National University) Structural Transformations Leading to the Oxygen Evolution Active Phase for Fe Containing Layered Double Hydroxides – F. Dionigi (Technical University Berlin), Z. Zeng (School of Chemical Engineering, Purdue University), I. Sinev (Department of Physics, Ruhr University Bochum), T. Merzdorf, H. Sarodnik (Technische Universität Berlin), J. Drnec (ESRF Grenoble), J. Greeley (Purdue University), B. Roldan (Department of Physics, University of Central Florida), and P. Strasser (Technical University Berlin) Break (Invited) In Situ/Operando Investigations of Energy Materials with Soft and Hard X-Ray Spectroscopy – C. L. Dong (Department of Physics, Tamkang University) (Invited) The Benefits of Nanoscale Metal Oxide Films to Solar Fuels Research – L. Steier and J. Durrant (Imperial College London) Numerical Modeling of a Novel Solar Driven Sulfuric Acid Decomposition Reactor – C. Corgnale (Greenway Energy), S. Shimpalee, P. Satjaritanun (University of South Carolina), and Z. Ma (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) 129

Tuesday, October 2

Corrosion Resistance of Hastelloy G-35 Nickel-Based Superalloy in Various Aggressive Media – A. V. Abramov, K. V. Dedov, A. F. Gibadullina, A. Y. Zhilyakov, V. V. Karpov, V. A. Volkovich, and I. B. Polovov (Ural Federal University) Interaction of Neodymium and Uranium Containing Chloride Melts with Oxygen Species – A. V. Shchetinskiy, A. S. Dedyukhin, V. A. Volkovich, R. Y. Kaychenkova, D. S. Maltsev, Y. A. Shatkovskyi, and A. V. Chukin (Ural Federal University) Kinetics of the Reduction of Rare Earth Metals in LiCl–KCl–Cscl Eutectic Melt – A. V. Shchetinskiy, E. A. Kharina, A. S. Dedyukhin, and V. A. Volkovich (Ural Federal University) An Electrochemical and Spectroscopy Study of Divalent Ytterbium Species in NaCl–KCl and NaCl–KCl–Cscl Based Melts – O. A. Tropin, V. A. Volkovich, and O. A. Golovanova (Ural Federal University) Electronic Absorption Spectra of Uranium(V) Species in Fused Alkali Chlorides – V. A. Volkovich, Y. A. Shatkovskyi, D. E. Aleksandrov, and D. S. Maltsev (Ural Federal University) Electrochemical Obtaining and Studying Structural Characteristics of Nanopowders of Intermetallides of Golmium and Nickel – M. Ligidova, H. Kushkhov, I. Borukaeva, and R. Kardanova (KBSU) Electrochemical Synthesis of Carbon Nanotubes in Carbonate Melts – R. Karatsukova, H. Kushkhov, M. Ligidova, and M. Marzhokhova (KBSU) Electrochemical Synthesis of Chromium Borides in Halide-Oxide Melts – O. Ashinova, H. Kushkhov, M. Ligidova, and M. Shogenova (KBSU) Electrochemical Synthesis of Tungsten Carbide in Molten Salts, Its Properties and Application – I. Novoselova, S. Kuleshov, E. Fedoryshena (V.Vernadskii Institute of General & Inorganic Chemistry, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine), and V. Bykov (Institute of Physics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine) Electrochemistry of SmCl3 and SmF3 in Molten NaCl-KCl – Y. V. Stulov and S. A. Kuznetsov (Tananaev Institute of Chemistry, Kola Science Centre RAS) Quantum-Chemical Study of the Titanium Complexes Stability in Model System M2+[Ti(3)F6]3-+12MCl2 – Y. V. Stulov, V. G. Kremenetsky, and S. A. Kuznetsov (Tananaev Institute of Chemistry, Kola Science Centre RAS) Thermodynamic Properties of Hafnium Chlorides Dissolved in the NaCl-KCl Melt Obtained By Electrochemical Transient Techniques – S. A. Kuznetsov (Tananaev Institute of Chemistry, Kola Science Centre RAS) Quantum-Chemical Analysis of the Electron Transfer in the MgTiF6+12MgCl2 Molten System By Frontier Molecular Orbital Method – S. A. Kuznetsov and V. G. Kremenetsky (Tananaev Institute of Chemistry, Kola Science Centre RAS)


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Photosensitive Electrified Water/Oil Interfaces Studied By Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy – S. Rastgar and G. Wittstock (Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg) Theoretical Investigation of the Catalytic Activity of Goethite (α-FeOOH) for the Electrochemical Water Oxidation – T. H. Lee and H. W. Jang (Seoul National University) Numerical Modeling of Degradation in Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting Devices – F. Nandjou and S. Haussener (EPFL)

Carbon Dioxide Conversion 2 – 13:40 – 15:30 Co-Chairs: Yanfa Yan and Eric L. Miller 13:40

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Importance of Proton Concentration on the Product Selectivity of the CO2 Reduction Reaction – A. S. Varela (National Autonomous University of Mexico), M. Kroschel (Technische Universität Berlin), W. Ju (Technical University of Berlin), N. Leonard (Technische Universitat Berlin), A. Arellano, E. Gozález (National Autonomous University of Mexico), A. Bagger (Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen), J. Rossmeisl (University of Copenhagen), and P. Strasser (Technical University Berlin) (Invited) Gas-Diffusion Electrodes for CO2 Reduction – L. C. Weng (Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis, LBNL, University of California, Berkeley), A. T. Bell (University of California, Berkeley), D. M. Larson (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), O. Romiluyi (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley), and A. Z. Weber (Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis, LBNL) Activity and Selectivity Control in CO2 eectroreduction through Catalyst and Electrolyte Design – B. Roldan Cuenya (Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society) Nature, Stability and Distribution of Subsurface Oxygen in Copper Electrodes during the Electrochemical CO2 Reduction – F. Cavalca (MAX IV Laboratory), R. Ferragut, S. Aghion (Politecnico di Milano), A. Eilert (Stanford University), O. Diaz Morales, C. Liu (Stockholm University), A. L. Koh (Stanford University), T. W. Hansen (Technical University of Denmark), L. G. M. Petterson, and A. Nilsson (Stockholm University) Disclosing the Oxidation State of Copper Oxides upon Electrochemical CO2Reduction – J. Herranz, A. A. Permyakova, M. El Kazzi, M. Povia, A. Patru (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut), and T. J. Schmidt (ETH Zürich, Paul Scherrer Institute)

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Chemical Sensors 14: Chemical and Biological Sensors and Analytical Systems

Sensor / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Universal 17, Expo Center

M01 Session 3 – 08:00 – 12:30 Co-Chairs: Aleksandr Simonian, Raluca-Ioana Stefan-van Staden and Xu Lu 08:00

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Metal Oxides for Solar Water Splitting 1 – 15:50 – 18:10 Co-Chairs: Eric L. Miller and Yanfa Yan 15:50

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(Invited) Barium Bismuth Niobate Double Perovskites for High Performance Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting – Y. Yan (The University of Toledo) (Invited) Oxide Nanowires Array Based CdSe/ CdS/TiO2 1-D Heterojunction Photoelectrode for Enhanced Solar Fuel Conversion – J. K. Lee, G. Han, and S. Caliskan (University of Pittsburgh)

Fast Flame Annealed Porous CuFe2O4 for Photoelectrochemical Hydrogen Production – S. PARK (STANFORD UNIVERSITY), J. H. Baek, H. S. Jung (Sungkyunkwan University), and X. Zheng (Stanford Univeristy) Development and Photoelectrochemical Performance of Copper Oxides Based Heterojunctions for Enhanced Production of Solar Fuels – R. Solarska, K. Bienkowski, M. Arasimowicz, and A. Jelińska (University of Warsaw) Enhanced Perovskite Electrocatalysis By Cation Deficiency and Strain Control – M. J. Choi and H. W. Jang (Seoul National University) New Hybrid Photoelectrodes Composed of TiO2 and Nanostructured Conjugated Porous Polymers for Enhanced Photocurrents in Solar Energy Conversion Cells – M. Barawi Morán, A. González, E. Alfonso, A. García, C. G. López-Calixto, M. Liras, and V. A. de la Peña O’Shea (Photoactivated Proceses Unit, IMDEA Energy Institute)

(Invited) Design of Nanomaterial-Based Electrochemical Sensor for Sensitive Detection of Nitric Oxide – A. Chen, Z. Liu (University of Guelph), and N. Khaper (Northern Ontario School of Medicine) In-Situ Measurement of Exhaled Formaldehyde and Acetone Kinetics As Early-Stage Non-Invasive Markers of Lung Disease Using Nanostructured Polymeric Membranes – A. P. Angelopoulos (University of Cincinnati) Inkjet Printed Nanoparticle Electrochemical Platform for Breast Cancer Detection – C. E. Krause, S. Carvajal, S. Fera (University of Hartford), A. L. Jones (University of Connecticut), T. Baldo (Federal University of São Carlos), I. Mosa (University of Connecticut), and J. F. Rusling (National Univ) Selectivity and Cross-Sensitivity of TransferFree Fabricated Nanocrystalline Graphene Field-Effect Sensors – D. Noll and U. Schwalke (Technische Universität Darmstadt) Electrochemistry of Particulate Electrodes Based on Magnetite Aggregates – A. Accogli, A. Molazemhosseini, and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano) Potentiometric Sensors Based on Molecularly Imprinted Polymers for the Detection of Sarcosine – M. A. López, S. Fernández, A. U. Chávez (CIDETEQ, S.C.), A. C. Valdés (IMRE, Universidad de La Habana), and A. R. Lazo (Universidad de La Habana) A Study on Chloride Ion Sensors Based on Ag Nanoparticles-Decorated Multi-Walled Carbon-Nanotubes and CuBTC – B. Kwak, S. Park, and B. Yoo (Hanyang University) AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Design of a Mercury(II) Selective Electrode through a Multi-Objetive Optimization Model – J. Juarez-Gomez (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa), M. T. RamírezSilva (Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa), R. A. Mora-Gutierrez, A. Ponsich, and E. A. Rincón-García (Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-Azcapotzalco) Glucose Oxidation Using Copper Hydroxide Nanosheet Electrode – M. Kurashina, F. Suzuka, and M. Yasuzawa (Tokushima University) Highly Sensitive Non-Enzymatic Glucose Sensor Based on Metal-Organic Framework – K. Kim (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology), H. Lim, Y. M. Park (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH)), Y. S. Bae (Yonsei university), and H. J. Kim (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH))

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Wearable Sensors and Systems 1 -andMicrofabricated and Nanofabricated Systems for MEMS/NEMS 14

Sensor / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Universal 17, Expo Center Wearable Sensors and Micro and Nano Fabricated Systems 1 – 14:00 – 16:45 Co-Chairs: Peter Hesketh and Ajit Khosla 14:00 14:05 2024

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AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

Sensing Enhancement on ZnO Nanorod Gas Sensors with Novel Nanorod/Nanotube Structures – P. Lin (Applied Research Center, Old Dominion University), X. Chen (Applied Research Center), K. Zhang (Old Dominion University), and H. Baumgart (Old Dominion University, ECE Department) Highly Sensitive Electrochemical Determination of Acetaminophen Using Novel Two Step Activated Biomass-Derived Carbon – D. Kim and Y. Piao (Seoul National University) Preparation of Photoluminescent Molybdenum Disulfide Quantum Dots for Biomedical Imaging – L. Liu, H. Meng, J. Dong, Y. Zhao, and L. Dong (Taishan Medical University) Synthesis and Characterization of Novel Polypyrrole/Cerium Oxide Nanocomposite Sensor for the Voltammetric Quantification of Flupirtine Maleate – A. L. Khan (School of Studies in Chemistry Jiwaji University Gwalior) Development of Nanostructured Biosensors Toward Point-of Care Applications – K. Curtin and N. Wu (West Virginia University) Construction of an Impedimetric Biosensor to Identify Zika VIRUS through a Platform Modified with Poly 4-ABA – F. Soares da Cruz, T. A. Reis, R. A. Corrêa, L. F. Ferreira, and D. Bretas (Universidade Federal dos Vales do Jequitinhonha e Mucuri) Bacteria Sensors Based on Interdigitated Silicon Nanowires Electrodes – A. C. Salaun (Universite of Rennes1, France), B. Le Borgne (Université de Rennes1), L. Pichon (Universite of Rennes1, France), A. Gougeon-Jollivet (Université de Rennes1), S. Martin (N/A), R. Rogel, and O. De Sagazan (Université de Rennes1)

Welcoming Remarks (Invited) Dielectrophoresis Studies of Mammalian Cells at High Frequencies (10 ~ 400 MHz) – R. Pethig (University of Edinburgh) Using Air Liquid Interface for studying Mechanical Deformation of Cells in Microfluidic Channels – P. Sen, R. Singh Kotesa, and G. K. Ananthasuresh (Indian Institute of Science) Artificial Cilia for Microfluidics Particle Capture – P. Hesketh, S. Hanasoge, A. Alexeev (Georgia Institute of Technology), Y. Ortega, and M. Erickson (University of Georgia) Break (Invited) Fluid Spectroscopy with Piezoelectric Ultrasound MEMS Transducers – R. Pratap (Indian Institute of Science), A. Dangi (Penn State University), and K. Roy (Indian Institute of Science) 131

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Synthesis of Millimeter-Long Tungsten Oxide Nanowires for Flexible Molecule Sensor – G. Zhang, K. Nagashima, W. Mizukami, M. Kanai, T. Takahashi, and T. Yanagida (Kyushu University) ABE-Stat: A Palm Sized, Wireless, OpenSource Potentiostat for High Performance Electrochemical Analysis – D. M. Jenkins (University of Hawaii at Manoa), E. McLamore (University of Florida), and J. I. Reyes De Corcuera (University of Georgia) Ferrocenyl-Based Signal Amplification across Self-Assembled Monolayers in Electrochemical Biosensors – R. M. Mayall, M. Renaud-Young, S. Luong (Department of Chemistry, University of Calgary), S. E. Creager (Clemson University), and V. Birss (Department of Chemistry, University of Calgary) Electroformed Fabrication of Extremely High Aspect Ratio Diffraction Gratings for X-Ray Phase Contrast Imaging – P. S. Finnegan (Sandia National Labs), A. E. Hollowell, C. L. Arrington, and A. L. Dagel (Sandia National Laboratories) Online Sensor Device for Rapid Escherichia coli Detection in Water – A. Ramanujam, R. Keogh, J. Goettge (Ohio University), M. Muthuvel (Center for Electrochemical Engineering Research), R. Carroll, and G. G. Botte (Ohio University) Honeycomb Support Structures to Stabilize PMMA Mold during LIGA Processing of High Aspect Ratio Gratings for XPCI Systems – K. R. Baca, C. L. Arrington, A. E. Hollowell (Sandia National Laboratories), P. S. Finnegan (Sandia National Labs), C. R. St. John, J. R. Pillars, A. L. Dagel (Sandia National Laboratories), and V. Singh (LSU Center for Advanced Microstructures and Devices CAMD, Nuvotronics Inc.)


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Early Diagnosis of Diabetes Using Stochastic Sensors – R. I. Stefan-van Staden (INCEMC) Organic Skin Patch with Built-in Enzymatic Fuel Cell – M. Nishizawa (Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University)

M02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center •

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Piezoelectric Micro- and Nanostructured Fibers Fabricated from Thermoplastic Nanocomposites Using a Fiber Drawing Technique: Comparative Study and Potential Applications – X. Lu, H. Qu, and M. Skorobogatiy (Ecole Polytechnique de Montréal) Copper Electrodeposition from a Deep Eutectic Solvent, Used for Nitrates Reduction – B. M. Teodoncio, M. G. Montes de Oca-Yemha (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Azcapotzalco), J. AldanaGonzález (UAM), E. M. Estrada-Arce (Instituto Politécnico Nacional, ESIQIE), M. A. Romero-Romo, and M. E. Palomar-Pardavé (Universidad Autónoma MetropolitanaAzcapotzalco) Mechanical Microsensors for Pulse Measurement – F. Garcia-Castro, O. De Sagazan, C. Simon, N. Coulon, and F. le Bihan (IETR, Univ Rennes1) 3D Printable Soft Conductive Nanocomposites – K. Ahmed, M. Kawakami, A. Khosla, and H. Furukawa (Yamagata University) Investigation of Printing Properties on Paper Substrate – T. K. Saha, T. N. Knaus (Washington State University), A. Khosla (Yamagata University), and P. K. Sekhar (Washington State University, Vancouver) Platinum Thin Film TCD Designed for 3 Omega Sensing of Gas Mixtures – A. Lotfi, M. Navaei (Georgia Tech Research Institute), and P. Hesketh (Georgia Institute of Technology) Simultaneous Determination of Young’s Modulus and Residual Stress in PECVD a-SiC from Postbuckling Vibration of MEMS Beams – R. Pratap (Indian Institute of Science) and A. R. Behera (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore)

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Z01 General Student Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 •

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Go in and Go out — Change in Local Structure and Diffusivity in Monoclinic Li3+XV2(PO4)3 upon Li Insertion and Extraction – M. Brinek, S. Lunghammer (Graz University of Technology), I. Hanzu, D. Rettenwander (Graz University of Technology, ICTM), and M. Wilkening (Graz University of Technology) Systematic Development of Positive Active Materials for Nonaqueous Redox Flow Batteries Using Phenothiazine As a Learning Platform – J. A. Kowalski (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research), N. H. Attanayake, S. A. Odom (University of Kentucky), and F. R. Brushett (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research)

Lithium-Ion Battery State of Charge and Health Estimation – Electrochemical or Equivalent Circuit Model– a Review – S. Enoch-Oghene, T. K. Yesufu, P. S. Olayiwola (Obafemi Awolowo University), and G. E. Akhigbe (Dept. of Chemistry, Obafemi Awolowo University) Degradation of Li-Oxide Garnets in Humidity, Air and Aqueous Solutions: A Study Using a Large Li6.4La3ZrTaO12 Single Crystal – C. Hiebl (Graz University of Technology, ICTM), S. Smetacek (Vienna University of Technology), S. Berendts (Berlin University of Technology), R. Uecker (Leibniz Institute for Crystal Growth (IKZ)), G. Redhammer (University of Salzburg), A. Limbeck, J. Fleig (Vienna University of Technology), D. Rettenwander, and M. Wilkening (Graz University of Technology, ICTM) Pre-Treatment Effects on Electrochemical Lithium Deposition/Dissolution Processesstudied By Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Microbalance – A. Ohama, K. S. Smaran, A. NIida, and T. Kondo (Ochanomizu University) Improvement of High Rate Performance of a Lithium Ion Battery Composed of Laminated LiFePO4 Cathodes/ Graphite Anodes with Porous Electrode Structure Fabricated with a Pico-Second Pulsed Laser – T. Tsuda, N. Ando, T. Tanabe (Kanagawa University), K. Itagaki, N. Soma (Wired Co., Ltd), S. Nakamura (National Insititute of Technology Nagaoka College), N. Hayashi (Industrial Research Institute of Niigata Prefecture), and F. Matsumoto (Kanagawa University) Optimization of Calcination Temperature in Preparation of a High Capacity Li-Rich SolidSolution Li[Li0.2Ni0.18Co0.03Mn0.58]O2 Material and Its Cathode Performance in Lithium Ion Battery – F. Nomura, T. Tanabe, T. Ohsaka, T. Gunji, and F. Matsumoto (Kanagawa University) Improvement in Cycling Performance of Rechargeable Metal Hydride/Air Laminate Cell – T. Fukumoto, K. Kawaguchi, and M. Morimitsu (Doshisha University) Preparation and Polarization Behaviors of Novel Air Electrode Using Nickel-Coated Resin Particles – T. Okumura, K. Kawaguchi (Doshisha University), K. Minami, H. Minamiyama (Toyo Aluminium K. K.), and M. Morimitsu (Doshisha University) Optimization of a Novel All-Vanadium Hybrid Redox Flow Battery/Mediator Supercapacitor – S. Narasimhan, M. Pape, and X. Zhou (University of Miami) Capacity Limited Cycle Life of Cu/Sn Doped Nano-Iron/Carbon Electrodes in Alkaline Electrolyte – A. R. Paulraj, Y. Kiros (KTH Royal Institute of Technology), B. Skårman, and H. Vidarsson (Höganäs AB) Towards a Solar-Cell Battery Hybrid System – R. Zettl, S. F. Hoefler, T. Rath, G. Trimmel, M. Wilkening, and I. Hanzu (Graz University of Technology, ICTM) Fine Regulate the Process of Exfoliation of Graphite to Prepare Graphene – D. Chen (Xiamen Univeristy) and D. P. Zhan (Xiamen University, China) AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Study of Chronoamperometric Transients Obtained from Stainless Steel A304 in a Solution Type NACE TM 0177 – J. I. Quirino Gutiérrez, M. A. Veloz Rodríguez (Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo), J. Uruchurtu (Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos, CIICApUAEM), V. E. Reyes Cruz, J. Hernández Ávila, and V. Rodríguez Lugo (Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo) Study of the Inhibiting Efficiency of an ABS Coating Doped with Lansoprazole on Mild Steel – S. Viveros (Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos), J. Uruchurtu, C. Menchaca (Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos, CIICAp-UAEM), and M. Hernández-Gallegos (National University of Mexico, (UNAM)) Fast 2D Diffusion in Nanocrystalline RbSn2F5 as Seen By Impedance and 19f NMR Spectroscopy – M. Gombotz (ICTM, Graz University of Technology, Christian Doppler Laboratory for Lithium Batteries), S. Lunghammer, S. Breuer, F. Preishuber-Pflügl (ICTM, Graz University of Technology), and M. Wilkening (Graz University of Technology, ICTM, Christian Doppler Laboratory for Lithium Batteries) Modification of Graphite Felt Surface for Electrochemical and Magnetic Treatment of Aqueous Contaminants – S. L. Calderon Zavaleta and M. J. Kong Moreno (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú) Flow-Electrode Capacitive Deionization (FCDI) Using Suspensions of 2D Materials As Electrodes – A. Carmona Orbezo (The University of Manchester) and R. A. Dryfe (School of Chemistry, University of Manchester) Silver Nanoparticles Deposition on TiO2 Nanotubes for Ethanol Oxidation – L. C. Forero (Universidad Industrial de Santander UIS), E. Leal da Silva (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul), C. Aguzzoli (Universidade de Caxias do Sul), K. L. RosasBarrera (Universidad Industrial de Santander UIS), and C. de Fraga Malfatti (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul) Water Velocity Distribution and Its Impact on the Performance of an Electrocoagulation Reactor for Drinking Water Treatment – A. Nouri-Khorasani, S. T. Mcbeath, M. Mohseni (University of British Columbia), and D. P. Wilkinson (Mangrove Water Technologies) Recovery of Gold Using Silicon Powder from Leaching Solutions – S. Arita, T. Tsuda, K. Fukuda, A. Matsumoto, and S. Yae (University of Hyogo) First-Principles Study of Catalytic Activity of Cu, Ni and Pd Surface for Formaldehyde and Hypophosphite As Reducing Agents in Electroless Deposition – Y. Onabuta (Department of Applied Chemistry, Waseda University), M. Kunimoto (Res. Org. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda University), H. Nakai (Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Waseda University), and T. Homma (Department of Applied Chemistry, Waseda University, Res. Org. for Nano&Life Innovation, Waseda University) 133

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Thermoelectric Characterization of Semiconducting Carbon Nanotube Sheets – W. Huang (Kyushu University) and T. Fujigaya (PRESTO-JST) Electrochemical Reactivation of AISI 409 Ferritic Stainless Steel Sheet Welded By Laser Process – F. Almeraya (universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), A. Sanchez Gomez (Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon), C. G. Tiburcio, P. Zambrano, J. A. Cabral (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), M. D. C. Ramirez (Instituto Tecnológico Superior de Monclova), F. Curiel (Universidad Autonoma de Coahuila), and F. EstupiñanLopez (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León) Oxidation Kinetic of Nickel Base Superalloy C 263 for Seamless Wrought Rings – F. Almeraya (universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), C. G. Tiburcio, P. Zambrano, J. A. Cabral, F. Estupiñan-Lopez (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), O. P. Samaniego Gamez, J. Taboada Solis (Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon), and M. A. Lira (Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juarez) Aluminium Corrosion in Bioethanol/Gasoline Blends – A. Brito Franco (CIICAp) Organic Coating Based on Nopal Cactus Mucilage, Opuntia Streptacantha, for Corrosion Inhibition – I. Dimas-Escorza, J. I. Cotonieto- Anaya, L. D. Lopez, F. J. OlguínCoca, L. G. Lizárraga-Mendiola, and I. E. Castaneda-Robles (UAEH) Effects of Severe Plastic Deformation and Interstitial Carbon on Corrosion Resistance of Steel – T. Komura, I. Muto, and Y. Sugawara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University) Change in pH and Chloride Concentration inside Crevice of Stainless Steels – K. Matsumura, I. Muto, and Y. Sugawara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University) Corrosion Protection Behavior of Patinas on Copper Alloys in Historical Metal Heritage: Electrochemical Study – D. Arguelles, C. Campechano, R. GalvánMartínez Sr., T. Jimenez, and R. Orozco-Cruz (UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA) Estimation of the Effectiveness of the Galvanic Couple Cu-Zn with Respect to the Naked Zinc – A. P. Sanchez Bello (UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA) Under-Deposit Corrosion (UDC): The Hidden Cause of Major Asset Failures in the Oil and Gas Industry – A. N. Shamso (Imperial College London, Qatar University), A. M. Abdullah (Center for Advanced Materials, Qatar University, Qatar), N. Laycock (Qatar Shell), and M. P. Ryan (Imperial College London) Visualization of Potential Distribution inside Crevice of Type 430 and 304 Stainless Steels – N. Takaya, I. Muto, and Y. Sugawara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University)


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Fabrication of Uniformly Sized Gold Nanoparticles on Glassy Carbon By Simple Electrochemical Method – Y. Fukuda, Y. Mukouyama (Tokyo Denki University), M. Saito, and T. Nishimura (Osaka Research Institute of Industrial Sci. and Tech.) Current Oscillation during Simultaneous Reduction of Tin(II) Ions, Nitrate, and Nitrobenzene at Au Electrode – M. Kurohagi, Y. Ishibashi, Y. Mukouyama (Tokyo Denki University), S. Nakanishi (Osaka University), and S. Yae (University of Hyogo) Atomistic State of Absorbed Hydrogen in Electrodeposited Platinum Films – T. Kinoshita, A. Yokoyama, A. Matsumoto, N. Fukumuro, and S. Yae (University of Hyogo) Purification of Diatomaceous Earth Using Leaching and Liquid-Liquid Extraction Processes to Produce High Purity Silica for Solar-Grade Silicon – Y. V. Akash (Dept. of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, Waseda Univ.), T. Collen (Department of Applied Chemistry, Waseda University), M. Mimura (Dept. of Applied Chemistry, Waseda University), M. Kunimoto (Waseda University), Y. Fukunaka (Nanotechnology Research Institute, Waseda), and T. Homma (Res. Org. for Nano&Life Innovation, Waseda University) Adhesion of Electrolessly Deposited Ni-P Film on Silicon Wafer Using Gold Nanoparticle Catalysts – Y. Takasaka (University of Hyogo), S. Sakamoto (University of Hyogo, Nippon Oikos Co., Ltd.), A. Matsumoto, N. Fukumuro, and S. Yae (University of Hyogo) Study of the Electrochemical Mechanisms That Control the Electrode Reaction and Degradation of La0.6Sr0.4Co0.8Fe0.2O3-δ cathodes Impregnated with Oxide Nanoparticles – J. Ascolani-Yael (Centro Atómico Bariloche-CNEA, Argentina), E. G. Gioria (INCAPE, Universidad Nacional del Litoral - CONICET), A. Montenegro-Hernandez (Centro Atómico Bariloche - CNEA, Argentina), H. Troiani (CONICET-Centro Atomico Bariloche-CNEA, Argentina), and L. V. Mogni (CONICET-Centro Atómico Bariloche-CNEA, Argentina) Titanium Oxiynitride Catalyzed Activated Carbons As the Hydrogen Production in Sulfuric Acid Solution – T. Furushiro, T. Kinumoto, T. Tsumura, M. Toyoda (Oita University), M. Hitomi (Kuraray. Co, Ltd.), T. Yoshikawa (Kuraray Co.Ltd.), and T. Yamada (Kuraray Co. Ltd.) Electrically Conductive Polymer Composites for Injection-Molded Bipolar Plates – M. L. Sander (Penn State Behrend), J. T. Pritts (Penn State University), B. A. Young (Penn State Behrend), A. D. Santamaria (Western New England University), and A. S. Hollinger (Penn State Behrend) Advanced Anion Conducting Multiblock Copolymer Membranes with Hydrocarbon Backbones – G. Huang, M. Mandal, L. Liu, and P. A. Kohl (Georgia Institute of Technology)

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An Electrochemical Dealloying of Ordered Intermetallic Platinum-Lead (PtPb) Nanoparticles Supported on TiO2-Deposited Cup-Stacked Carbon Nanotube for Highly Efficient Catalysis Toward Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Acidic Media – F. Ando, T. Tanabe, T. Gunji, S. Kaneko, T. Ohsaka, and F. Matsumoto (Kanagawa University) A Novel Method to Suppress Unwanted Anodic Deposition of Manganese Oxide in Zinc Electrowinning – H. Furushima, K. Kawaguchi, and M. Morimitsu (Doshisha University) Hydrothermal Treatments of Fe/N/C Based Oxygen Reduction Catalyst for High Durability in NH4F Solution – R. Ono, H. Shiroishi (National Institute of Technology, Tokyo College), K. Kasahara, Y. Sugano, and Y. Tanaka (Tokyo University of Science) Lanthanum Nickelate Cathode Materials for Low and Intermediate Temperature for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – J. I. Lee, K. Y. Park, and J. Y. Park (Sejong University) Low Loading Pt/Rgo Composite for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – G. PérezZúñiga (TECNM/Instituto Tecnológico de Cancún), G. Rosado (Instituto Tecnologico de Cancun), Y. Verde Gómez (TECNM/ Instituto Tecnológico de Cancún), and A. M. Valenzuela-Muñiz (CONACYT-TECNM / Instituto Tecnológico de Cancún) Membrane Electrode Assembly (MEA) Recycling – M. Ramos Suárez, M. Andrews, T. Schoetz, and C. Ponce de León (University of Southampton) Evaluation of Catalytic Behavior for Oxygen Electrode Reactions of Bismuth Ruthenium Oxide in KOH By Using a Titanium Substrate – S. Sato (Oita university), T. Kinumoto (Oita University), A. Shimizu (Oita university), M. Matsuoka (Oita University), J. Hiraoka, T. Tsumura (Oita university), and M. Toyoda (Oita University) Improvement of Water Resistance of a Proton Conducting Phosphate Glass Electrolyte By Addition of ZnO or CaO – A. Shida (National Institute of Technology ,Tokyo College.), K. Ogasawara, H. Shiroishi (National Institute of Technology, Tokyo College), M. Saito (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), and Y. Tanaka (Tokyo University of Science) Enhanced Performance and Durability of Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell By Infiltration of Cerium Oxide – J. H. Lee, J. Koo, J. W. Kim, H. J. Choi, and J. H. Shim (Korea University) Study of Desorption Process of Nitrogen Poisoning Species Generated during Ammonia Oxidation on Pt/C – Y. Harada, H. Shiroishi (National Institute of Technology, Tokyo College), and M. Saito (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology) Understanding Mechanisms of Membrane Degradation in Membrane Electrode Assemblies with Ultra-Low Platinum Loadings – A. Spears (University of New Mexico), T. Rockward, U. Martinez, R. Mukundan (Los Alamos National Laboratory), and F. H. Garzon (University of New Mexico)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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High-Pressure Electrochemistry: The Electrochemical Reduction of Carbon Dioxide into Usable Fuels and Chemicals – A. McKee, A. Rassoolkhani, J. G. Koonce, S. Alsaedi, W. Cheng, and S. Mubeen (University of Iowa) Synthesis of Ti|IrO2-SnO2-Sb2O3 electrodes without Chloride Precursors and Their Electrochemical Applications – A. Reyes, D. Sánchez, R. A. Serrano (Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla), A. Medel (CIDETEQ), M. A. González-Fuentes, and E. Méndez (Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla) Spectra Fitting of Impedance By Differential Evolution Algorithm for Galena Anodic Oxiation in Presence of Xanthate – E. D. Moreno-Medrano Sr. (Univerdidad de Guadalajara) Electrooxidation of Ethanol at Pt Electrode in the Absence of Water – K. Iida, T. Kuge, M. Kikuchi, Y. Yamada, and Y. Mukouyama (Tokyo Denki University) Positive and Negative Feedback Effects Due to Hydrogen Bubble Evolution – T. Kuge, Y. Mukouyama (Tokyo Denki University), and S. Nakanishi (Osaka University) Appearance of New Oscillation (Named Oscillation K) Induced By Na2so4 and K2so4 in Electroreduction of H2O2 on Platinum – R. Mizuochi, M. Kikuchi, Y. Yamada, Y. Mukouyama (Tokyo Denki University), and S. Nakanishi (Osaka University) Layer-By-Layer Construction of ThreeDimensional Metal Organic Frameworks with Porphyrin on the Solid Surfaces – E. Tomizawa, Y. Kondo, H. Terasaki, and T. Kondo (Ochanomizu University) Electrochemical Study of Photocatalytic Activity Enhanced By Plasmon Resonance – E. Velasco Tinajero (Facultad de Química UNAM) Effect of Bisphenol a on the Transfer of TEA+ across the Water|1,2-Dicloroethane Interface – E. Martínez-Hernández, J. AmadorHernández, E. M. Colunga Urbina, I. M. de la Garza Rodríguez (Universidad Autonoma de Coahuila), and M. Velazquez-Manzanares (Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila) Spectro-Electro-Gravimetry of the Compactation Effect of Poly-(ortho-toluidine) – A. Ferrer, J. Agrisuelas, A. F. Frau, J. García, and F. Vicente (University of Valencia) Development of an Electrochemical Sensor for the Detection and Quantification of Pb(II) and Cu(II) in Aqueous Solutions Using Carbon Paste Electrodes Modified with Glutathione – P. Balderas, J. Castañeda, G. Roa, and A. Amaya (Universidad Autonoma del Estado de México) Rapid Electrochemical Detection of Escherichia coli Using a Rotating Disc Electrode – A. Ramanujam, B. Neyhouse, R. Keogh, J. Goettge (Ohio University), M. Muthuvel (Center for Electrochemical Engineering Research), R. Carroll, and G. G. Botte (Ohio University)

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Formation of CZTS Absorber By Heat Treatment of Copper Tape Plated with Zinc and Tin Via Electrodeposition for CZTS Solar Cells – H. F. R. Erawan, S. Yokoyama, H. Takahashi, and K. Tohji (Tohoku University) Synthesis of CuInS2 Compound Solar Cell Nanoparticles in an Aqueous Solution By Controlling the Concentration of Metal Complexes – K. Satou, S. Yokoyama, H. Takahashi, and K. Tohji (Tohoku University) Development of Highly Conductive and Highly Durable All-Aromatic Anion Exchange Membranes By Using Thermally Convertible Precursor Polymer – H. P. R. Graha (Tokyo Institute of Technology), S. Ando (Kanagawa Institute of Industrial Science and Technology), S. Miyanishi, and T. Yamaguchi (Tokyo Institute of Technology, JST-CREST) Carbon-Free Connected Ru, Ir Based Nanoparticle Catalysts for Polymer-Electrolyte Water Electrolysis – Y. Sugita (Tokyo Institute of Technology), T. Tamaki (JST-CREST), H. Kuroki (Kanagawa Institute of Industrial Science and Technology, Tokyo Institute of Technology), and T. Yamaguchi (JST-CREST) The Novel Perovskite-Type Ru-Doped Sr0.92Y0.08TiO3 Catalyst for Syn-Gas Production – G. S. Kim (KIST), H. C. Ham, and S. P. Yoon (Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST)) Structures of Pt Ultra-Thin Films on Ni Substrate Prepared By Galvanic Replacement – R. Yoshioka, S. Sakai, and T. Kondo (Ochanomizu University) Electrochemical Evidence of the Catalytic Activity of Meso-Tetraphenylporphyrin Diacid in the Proton Reduction in Benzonitrile – H. M. Castro-Cruz and N. A. Macias-Ruvalcaba (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México) Catalytic Reduction of α,ω-Dihalohexanes By Electrogenerated Nickel (I) Salen in Dimethylformamide – Z. Wang (Indiana University), M. S. Mubarak (The University of Jordan), and D. G. Peters (Indiana University) Study of the Protein Bovine Serum Albumin (BSA) and the Triblock Copolymer P103 Interface By Differential Capacitance – J. F. A. Soltero Martinez, B. Velasco, E. R. LariosDuran (University of Guadalajara), and L. C. Rosales Rivera (university of Guadalajara) Voltammetric Quantification of Ibuprofen Using CTAB and Carbon Paste Electrodes Modified with Copper (II) Oxide – M. Franco Guzmán, G. A. Álvarez-Romero, C. A. GalánVidal, L. H. Mendoza Huizar (Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo), and G. Roa Morales (Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México) The Hydrogen Peroxide Electrochemical Reduction Mechanism on Silver Nanoparticles – X. Cai (University of Oxford) Anthocyanins Immobilization on Titania Nanotubes and Its Characterization through Cyclic Voltammetry: Preliminary Results – M. Martinez-Pacheco, J. D. Lozada-Ramirez, A. Ortega-Regules, and M. Cerro-Lopez (Fundacion Universidad de las Americas Puebla)


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Picomolar Detection of Epinephrine Using Aptamer Based Organic Electrochemical Transistor – N. Saraf (University of Central Florida), E. R. Woods (University of Houston), M. Peppler (University of Central Florida), and S. Seal (NanoScience Technology Center) Electrodeposition of Mg-Based Alloys for Anti-Corrosion and Energy Storage Applications – S. Castro Pardo, B. Ganguli, R. Vajtai, and P. M. Ajayan (Department of Materials Science and NanoEngineering, Rice University) A Comparative Study on the Corrosion Properties of Self-Piercing Riveted CFRP/ Steel and CFRP/Al Joints – J. H. Bae, Y. D. Park, M. A. Karim (Dong-Eui University), D. H. Kam, C. Kim (KITECH), and C. Jeong (Dong-Eui University) Improving the Cycling Stability of Sodium Metal Electrode By Making an SodiumCarbon Composite Electrode – Y. J. Kim and H. T. Kim (KAIST) Structural Change of the Discharge Products in Lithium Sulfur Battery during Storage – H. Noh, Y. J. Kim, J. Lee, and H. T. Kim (KAIST) Study of Influence of Crystalline Phase of TiO2/MWCNT Novel Materials on the Photoelectrochemical Activity – G. Rosado, Y. Verde Gómez (TECNM/Instituto Tecnológico de Cancún), N. Alonso-Vante Sr. (IC2MP UMR-CNRS 7285 Universite de Poitiers), and A. M. Valenzuela-Muñiz (CONACYTTECNM / Instituto Tecnológico de Cancún)

Wednesday, October 3 Highlights

Wednesday, October 3

0900h ��������� ECS Data Science Community Sprints (by invitation only), Universal 23, Expocenter 1320h �������� Battery Division Technology Award Address, Galactic 1, Sunrise Center 1400h ��������� Technical Exhibit, Universal Ballroom, Expocenter 1400h �������� Battery Division Technology Award Address, Galactic 1, Sunrise Center 1400h �������� High-Temperature Energy, Materials, & Processes Division Outstanding Achievement Award Address, Universal 22, Expocenter 1400h ��������� Electrodeposition Division Research Award Address, Universal 8, Expocenter 1440h ��������� Battery Division Research Award Address, Galactic 1, Sunrise Center 1445h ��������� Electrodeposition Division Early Career Investigator Award Address, Universal 8, Expocenter 1520h ��������� Battery Division Postdoctoral Associate Research Award Address, sponsored by MTI Corporation and the Jiang Family Foundation, Galactic 1, Sunrise Center 1800h ��������� Technical Exhibit and General Poster Session, Universal Ballroom, Expocenter 2010h ��������� Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division Max Bredig Award Address In Molten Salt and Ionic Liquid Chemistry (ticket required), Galactic 4/5, Sunrise Center

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Battery and Energy Technology Joint General Session Battery / Energy Technology Galactic 1, Sunrise Center

Lithium Ion Batteries: Materials, Applications, Modeling – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Mickael Dollé and Boryann Liaw

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Towards a Generalized Phase Transforming Porous Electrode Theory – J. A. Campos (School of Materials Engineering, Purdue University), I. Battiato (Stanford University), and R. E. García (School of Materials Engineering, Purdue University) Fast Charging Strategy Based on Electrochemical Model and Dynamic Programming for a Lithium-Ion Battery Cell – M. Xu and X. Wang (Oakland University)

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AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

Battery Division Research Award Address – 14:40 – 15:20 Co-Chairs: Daniel A Steingart and Stephen E Creager 14:40

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Break-in Phenomena in Commercial Alkaline & Li-Ion Batteries through Acoustic and Impedance Measurements – T. Hodson, K. W. Knehr (Princeton University), and D. A. Steingart (MAE/ACEE Princeton University) Failure Analysis of the Rechargeable Porous Zinc Electrode in Alkaline Electrolyte – M. D’Ambrose (Chemical Engineering, The City College of New York), G. G. Yadav, D. Turney, J. W. Gallaway, M. Nyce (CUNY Energy Institute at the City College of New York), R. J. Messinger (Chemical Engineering, The City College of New York), and S. Banerjee (CUNY Energy Institute at the City College of New York) Building and Testing 70-100Ah Large Format Prismatic Cu-Intercalated Bi-δ-MnO2/Zn CELLS for GRID Storage Application – G. G. Yadav, J. Huang, D. Turney (CUNY Energy Institute at the City College of New York), J. W. Gallaway (Northeastern University), X. Wei (ZPower LLC), M. Nyce, S. Kolhekar (CUNY Energy Institute at the City College of New York), M. D’Ambrose (Chemical Engineering, The City College of New York), and S. Banerjee (CUNY Energy Institute at the City College of New York) A Low-Cost Ion Exchange Membrane Separator for Rechargeable Aqueous Batteries – P. Liu (University of California San Diego), B. S. Lee, and X. Xing (University of California, San Diego) A New Mn-Based Cathode for Energy Dense Zn-Anode Batteries – G. G. Yadav, J. Huang, D. Turney (CUNY Energy Institute at the City College of New York), B. Hawkins (City College of New York), M. Nyce, and S. Banerjee (CUNY Energy Institute at the City College of New York) Nano Structured Rgo - TiO2 Composite As Negative Electrode Additive for High Performance Lead Acid Batteries – S. K. Martha and N. Vangapally (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad)

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Solid Electrolyte, Flexible Li-ion Fiber Batteries for Compliant Energy Storage and Wearable Applications – M. Skorobogatiy, H. Qu, and X. Lu (Ecole Polytechnique de Montréal) 60 Synthesis of Ternary Blended Materials of Li1.2Mn0.4Ni0.16Co0.24O2, the Li2MnO3Stabilized Compound, and Olivine Fluorides (Li2MPO4F) As a High Capacity Cathode Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries – V. A. Agubra, T. Moore, R. Kemp, and A. F. Intekhab (Arkansas Tech University) 62 Study of Cell Configuration on the Zinc-Air Battery Performance – C. T. Lu, S. W. Chen, Y. L. Chang (National United University), K. L. Hsueh (Industrial Technology Research Institute, National United University), C. C. Wu, C. C. Yang, and W. S. Chang (Industrial Technology Research Institute) 63 MoS2-Pt Nanoparticles Deposited on Carbon Nanostructures By a Microwave Assisted Method As Hydrogen Electrodes for H2 – Br2 Flow Batteries – I. L. Escalante García, A. de la Rosa Gómez, N. J. Perez Viramontes, S. M. Durón Torres (Unidad Académica de Ciencias Químicas, UAZ), and M. L. García Betancourt (Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos) 64 Impact of Graphene Oxide and Carbon Nanotube Incorporation to TiO2 Bronzes over Its Performance As Anode in Na-Ion Batteries – G. Ramírez (Autónoma Metropolitana – Iztapalapa), A. Díaz-Lujan, R. Cabrera, E. Reguera (CICATA unidad Legaria, IPN.), and P. Acevedo-Peña (CONACYT-CICATALegaria, IPN) 65 Characterization of Effect of H2 Evolution in Aluminum Air Battery – C. Zhou, K. Bhonge, and K. T. Cho (Northern Illinois University) 66 Impacts of Kaolin on the Thermal and Electrochemical Properties of Ternary Eutectic Molten Carbonate Electrolyte in the Direct Carbon Fuel Cell (DCFC) – S. Moradmand, J. A. Allen, and S. W. Donne (University of Newcastle) 67 Electrochemical Performance of Secondary Al Battery Via Various Anodic Material – M. C. Huang, C. C. Chiang, C. C. Yang, and W. S. Chang (Industrial Technology Research Institute) 68 Highly Stable Active Materials for Nonaqueous Redox Flow Batteries – A. Dumitrascu (Michigan State University Bioeconomy Institute) and T. F. Guarr (Jolt Energy Storage Technologies, LLC, Michigan State University Bioeconomy Institute) 69 Bifunctional Redox Active Materials for Flow Battery Applications – S. C. Mann, N. J. Mortimer, A. Dumitrascu, J. D. Scott (Michigan State University Bioeconomy Institute), and T. F. Guarr (Michigan State University Bioeconomy Institute, Jolt Energy Storage Technologies, LLC) 70 Fast-Charge Aluminum Battery Module Applied to Electric Bike – C. Y. Lin, J. C. Huang, F. S. Tseng, S. W. Kuo, C. C. Chiang, and C. C. Yang (Industrial Technology Research Institute, Taiwan)

Correlations between Electrochemical Performance of Aluminum Battery and Graphite Characteristics of Carbon Cathode – S. C. Chiu, Y. L. Li, P. I. Pan, C. C. Chiang, and C. C. Yang (Industrial Technology Research Institute) An Examination of the Factors That Influence Primary Battery Longevity Performance Under Multiple-Cell Vs Single-Cell Testing Conditions – J. Joubert and R. Iveson (Duracell) Novel Polymer Gel Electrolytes for Facile Fabrication of Efficient and Durable Electrochromic and Photoelectrochemical Devices – J. E. Lee, B. S. Kang, S. E. Kim, H. B. Song, D. H. Kim, and M. S. Kang (Sangmyung University) Improved Photovoltaic Performances of Quasi-Solid Photoelectrochemical Solar Cells By Mitigating Charge Recombination Rate at Electrolyte and Photoanode Interface – S. E. Kim, B. S. Kang, J. E. Lee, H. B. Song, and M. S. Kang (Sangmyung University) Control of Interfacial Properties between Polymer Gel Electrolytes and Counter Electrodes for Efficient Quasi-Solid Photoelectrochemical Solar Cells – S. E. Kim, B. S. Kang, J. E. Lee, H. B. Song, and M. S. Kang (Sangmyung University) Modification of the Electron Density in Prussian Blue Iron Sites to Improve the Charge Extraction at High Voltages in Sodium Ion Batteries – M. A. Oliver-Tolentino (Unidad Profesional Interdisciplinaria de Biotecnología), M. Bautista-Ramírez, M. B. Encinas-Reyes (Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana- Iztapalapa), G. RamosSánchez (CONACyT-UAM I), and I. González (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa) Standard Hydrogen Electrode Potential Referenced to Inner Potential from Density Functional + Implicit Solvation Theory – J. Haruyama (AIST), T. Ikeshoji (Natl. Inst. of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), and M. Otani (AIST) Li Metal Anode Protective Janus-Faced Gel Polymer Electrolyte for High Performance Li Metal Battery – Y. J. Gong (Seoul National University), H. Kim (Korean Research Institute of Chemical Technology), S. Lee, G. Yoo, J. Cho, J. Yoo, and Y. S. Kim (Seoul National University) Surface Energy Modulation of PdCu Nanocatalysts Via the Crystal Structure Change for Lithium-Oxygen Battereis – M. Park (Dept. of Energy and Materials Eng., Dongguk University), C. Liang (The University of Texas at Dallas), D. A. Agyeman (Dept. of Energy and Materials Eng., Dongguk University), K. Cho (The University of Texas at Dallas), and Y. M. Kang (Dept. of Energy and Materials Eng., Dongguk University) Characterization of Lithium Vanadate Film Electrode Formed on Garnet-Type Oxide Solid Electrolyte by Aerosol Deposition – R. Inada, K. Okuno, S. Kito, K. Tsukahara, T. Tojo, and Y. Sakurai (Toyohashi University of Technology)

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La, Rb and Ba Additions on the Effect of Oxygen Reduction in Molten Alkali Carbonates – C. G. Lee and S. Koomson (Hanbat National University) Fabrication and Performance of Supercapacitor Devices Using Binder-Free CNT Electrodes – S. Brahim, S. Zhang, and S. Maat (YTC America Inc.)

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Challenges in Novel Electrolytes, Organic Materials, and Innovative Chemistries for Batteries - in Honor of Michel Armand Battery / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Galactic 2, Sunrise Center

Electrodes, Li Metal Cells and Failure Modes – 08:00 – 09:40 Co-Chairs: Michel Armand and Yong-Sheng Hu 08:00

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(Keynote) Development of Novel Lithium and Sodium Salts Based on Huckel Type Anions – W. Wieczorek (Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry) Electrochemistry in Non-Polar Media Enabled By New Lipophilic Salts – Y. Abu-Lebdeh (National Research Council Canada) Development of Novel Ionomer Electrolytes for Alkali Metal Batteries – C. Hänsel and D. Kundu (Dept. of Materials, ETH-Zurich) Concentrated Electrolytes for High-Energy Metallic Li Batteries – Y. S. Hu (Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

Organic Batteries – 14:00 – 15:40 Co-Chairs: Philippe Poizot and Yan Yao 14:00

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(Keynote) Versatile Quinones for Long Cycle Life Aqueous Batteries and All-Solid-State Batteries – Y. Yao (University of Houston) Derivatives of Naphthoquinone As Potential Electroactive Species for Redox FLOW Batteries – L. A. Contreras-Pimentel, H. Hernández-López, I. L. Escalante-García, G. Martínez-Guajardo, and R. Cárdenas-Vargas (Autonomous University of Zacatecas) Anion Radical Mediated High Capacity Redox Flow Battery – J. Nanda, E. C. Self, R. E. Ruther, and F. M. Delnick (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Stability of Organic Reactants for Aqueous Flow Batteries – M. A. Goulet, D. Pollack (Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences), L. Tong, D. P. Tabor, A. AspuruGuzik, R. G. Gordon (Harvard Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology), and M. J. Aziz (Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences)

Lithium-Ion Batteries

Battery Galactic 8, Sunrise Center

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(Invited) New Battery Chemistries enabled by Advanced Aqueous, Non-aqueous and Hybrid Electrolytes – K. Xu (Army Research Laboratory) The Real Impact of LiPF6/Organic Carbonate-Based Electrolyte Oxidation on Specific Capacity Losses and Cycle Life at High Positive Electrode Potentials – J. Kasnatscheew and M. Winter (HelmholtzInstitute Muenster, IEK-12 Juelich)

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(Keynote) To Honor Michel Armand: Developments on New Electrode and Electrolyte Materials for Batteries at the IMN – D. Guyomard (IMN-CNRS, University of Nantes), F. Boucher (Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel, UMR 6502, CNRS), T. Brousse (RS2E FR CNRS 3459, IMN JR CNRS UMR 6502), O. Crosnier (IMN, CNRS / University of Nantes, Réseau sur le Stockage de l’énergie (RS2E)), N. Dupré (Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel, University of Nantes), J. Gaubicher (CNRS-IMN), J. Le Bideau (IMN, Université de Nantes - CNRS), B. Lestriez, P. Moreau (IMN, CNRS/University of Nantes), P. Poizot (IMN, CNRS, University of Nantes), and P. Soudan (IMN, Nantes University, CNRS) (Invited) Do Hybrid Electrolytes Offer the Best Option for Lithium Metal Rechargeable Batteries? – G. E. Blomgren (Blomgren Consulting Services) Effect of Crystal Orientation of Cu Current Collectors on Cycling Stability of Li Metal Anodes – K. Ishikawa, Y. Ito, S. Harada, M. Tagawa, and T. Ujihara (Nagoya University) Development of Utility Friendly Olivine Based ESS in Esstalion Technologies – Part2 – Y. Asakawa, J. C. Daigle (Esstalion Technologies Inc), K. Zaghib (CETEES, HydroQuébec), and H. Ueno (Esstalion Technologies Inc)

Preparation and Characterization of Hybrid Solid Electrolyte Consisted of Li Conductive Polyethylene Oxide and Inorganic Electrolyte Li7La3Zr2O12 – K. Masaki (Kogakuin University) Ion Transport Mechanisms in Single Ion Polymer Electrolytes for Application in Lithium Ion Batteries – K. Borzutzki, G. Brunklaus (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, IEK-12), M. Kruteva, R. Biehl (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), and M. Winter (Helmholtz-Institute Muenster, IEK-12 Juelich) Asymmetrical Sp3 Boron Atoms with Poly(Ethylene Glycol) Bridges As Single Lithium Ion Conducting Polymer Electrolytes – G. Guzmán, H. J. Ávila-Paredes, G. Ramos-Sánchez (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Iztapalapa), E. Rivera (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México), and I. González (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Iztapalapa)


Tailoring Electrolyte Specifications for Graphite/NMC811-Based Lithium Ion Batteries – K. Beltrop (MEET Battery Research Center, University of Muenster), S. Klein (University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center), R. Nölle (MEET Battery Research Center), X. Qi (MEET Battery Research Center, University of Muenster), M. Winter (MEET - Münster Electrochemical Energy Technology), and T. Placke (University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center) 09:10 229 Surface-Modified Ni-Rich Layered Cathode Materials Via Li-Reactive Inorganic Coatings – D. Becker, R. Schmuch (University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center), M. Winter (Helmholtz-Institute Muenster, IEK-12 Juelich, University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center), and T. Placke (University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center) 09:30 Break 09:50 230 (Invited) Chemical Phenomena at Interfaces between Battery Cathodes and Electrolytes – J. Cabana (University of Illinois at Chicago) 10:20 231 Enhanced Cyclic Performance of HighNi LiNixCoyMn(1-x-y)O2 By Lithium Boron Oxide Glass Coating at High Voltage – S. Hashigami (Doshisha University, The Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc.), Y. Kato, K. Yoshimi (Doshisha University), H. Yoshida, T. Inagaki (The Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc.), T. Doi, and M. Inaba (Doshisha University) 10:40 232 Dual Coatings, Triple the Benefit: A Study in ALD Surface-Modifications to Nickel-Rich Architectures – B. K. Hughes, M. N. HerbertWalters, A. M. Valceschini, and J. E. Trevey (Forge Nano) 11:00 233 LiNi0.6Mn0.2Co0.2O2 Dry-Coated with NanoAlumina As Positive Electrode Material – L. Zheng (Department of chemistry, Dalhousie University) and M. N. Obrovac (Dalhousie University) 11:20 234 Surface Contaminants on Ni-Rich Cathode Active Materials: Influence of the Storage Conditions – D. Pritzl, T. Teufl, H. Beyer, L. Hartmann, J. Sicklinger (Technical University of Munich), H. Sommer (BASF SE), and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich) 11:40 235 Reactivity of Layered Oxide Surfaces with CO2 and Moisture – J. Sicklinger, H. Beyer, L. Hartmann, C. Sedlmeier, D. Pritzl, F. Riewald, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich) 12:00 236 High Energy Density Lithium Secondary Battery with S Cathode and Si Anode Based on Carbon Nanotube Sponge – K. Hori and S. Noda (Waseda University)

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(Invited) Chemomechanical Behavior of Composite Electrodes in Li-Ion Batteries: Experiments and Modeling – K. Zhao (Purdue University) Stress and Electrochemical Analyses of LiNixMnyCo1-x-YO2(NMC)/Graphite LithiumIon Battery with Real 3D Microstructures – S. Kim and H. Y. S. Huang (North Carolina State University)

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Unveiling Polymeric Binder Distribution within Electrodes for High-Energy-Density Li-Ion Batteries By Measuring Adhesion Properties As a Function of Depth – Y. M. Lee, S. Byun, Y. Roh (DGIST), D. Jin, and M. H. Ryou (Hanbat National University) Facile Detection of Binder Gradients Using Impedance Spectroscopy and Their Influence on the Tortuosity of Li-Ion Battery Electrode – R. Morasch, J. Landesfeind, B. Suthar, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich) Break (Invited) Developing P Based Anode Materials for Na Ion Batteries – D. Lan and Q. Li (The Chinese University of Hong Kong) A New High Performance Lithium-Ion Battery: Development of 3D Architecture – C. Guerin (CEA - LITEN), G. Gebel (CEA, LITEN), and L. Picard (CEA-Grenoble, LITEN/ DEHT/ SCGE/ LGI, France) Metal Oxide Nanomaterial Network for Lithium-Ion Battery Anodes and Cathodes – H. Luo (New Mexico State University) Multi-Parameter Graded Electrode Design of Lithium-Ion Batteries Using Simultaneous Optimization Approach – Y. Qi (University of Washington), T. Jang (University of Washington, Seattle), V. Ramadesigan (Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay), D. T. Schwartz (University of Washington), and V. R. Subramanian (University of Washington, Seattle) Method to Determine in-Plane Tortuosity of Battery Electrodes and Its Dependence on Particle Shape, Binder Content, and Porosity – B. Suthar, J. Landesfeind, R. Morasch, A. Eldiven, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich) Criteria for Lithium “Dendrite” Propagation Evaluated in Single Crystal Solid Electrolytes – R. Park, T. Swamy (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), B. W. Sheldon (Brown University), D. Rettenwander (Graz University of Technology, ICTM), L. Porz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), S. Berendts (Technische Universität Berlin), R. Uecker (Leibniz Institute for Crystal Growth (IKZ)), W. C. Carter, and Y. M. Chiang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Wire-Shaped Li-Ion Battery Based on Iron Sulfide Nanostructures on Carbon Based Electrode – E. Gibertini, G. Panzeri, A. Accogli, and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano)

A04 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center 249

Discussing the Homogeneity of Aluminum Distribution in LiCo1‑­YAlyO2 for Low Doping Amounts (y ≤ 0.04) – M. Duffiet (ICMCB - CNRS, Univ. Bordeaux, Pessac, France, Umicore R&D, Cheonan, Korea), M. Blangero (Umicore R&D, Cheonan, Korea), P. E. Cabelguen (Umicore R&D, Brussels, Belgium), C. Delmas (CNRS, Université de Bordeaux, ICMCB), and D. Carlier (CNRS, Université Bordeaux, Bordeaux INP, ICMCB UPR 9048)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Aerosol Chemical Vapor Deposition of OneDimensional Cu-Doped TiO2 Nanostructured Anodes for High-Rate Lithium Ion Batteries – C. T. Kacica (Washington University in St Louis) and P. Biswas (Washington University in St. Louis) 251 Synthesis of Nanocellulose Based Metal Oxide Nanostructure for Li-Ion Battery Applications – C. Youn, J. Lee, and T. Choi (Sejong University) 252 Improving the Cycling Performance of Lithium Ion Batteries Silicon/Graphite Anodes Using PI Binder – J. Oh (Hanbat national Unveristy), D. Jin, H. Jo (Hanbat National University), J. Park (Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering), B. Yoon, J. Choi, S. Kim, and M. H. Ryou (Hanbat National University) 253 Enhanced Reversibility of ZIF-8-Derived Carbon-Coated ZnO Anode in the Presence of Fluoroethlyene Carbonate – J. Park and S. O. Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) 254 Thermally Treated Sodium Carboxymethyl Cellulose Binder for Si Alloy Anodes – Z. Yan and M. N. Obrovac (Department of Chemistry, Dalhousie University) 255 High Voltage LiNi1/2Mn3/2O4 Kinetics and Thermodynamics Properties – P. Dumaz (LEPMI), C. Rossignol (Université Grenoble Alpes-CNRS), and R. Bouchet (LEPMI, CNRS/University of Grenoble) 256 In-Situ AFM Measurements on Lithium Metal Anodes – S. Benning and F. Hausen (Forschungszentrum Jülich) 257 Facile Synthesized Nanoporous Si/C Anode for High Power and Energy Applications – C. W. Min, A. Nazir, and C. J. Park (Chonnam National University) 258 SLMP® for Pre-Lithiation and Ultra-Thin Lithium Foil Anode Applications – B. Fitch and M. Yakovleva (FMC Corporation, Lithium Division) 259 High Voltage Spinel LiNi 1/2Mn3/2O4 : Kinetics and Thermodynamics Properties – P. Dumaz (LEPMI), C. Rossignol (Université Grenoble Alpes-CNRS), and R. Bouchet (LEPMI, CNRS/University of Grenoble) 260 Influence of the Structure of Parent Materials in Blended Li2CuO2-Limx Cathodes, Limx = LiFePO4, LiCoO2 and LiMn2O4 – C. JuarezYescas, G. Guzmán, L. F. Santiago-Ruiz, F. J. Osorio-Santiago, C. I. López-Vicente (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa), G. Ramos-Sánchez (CONACyTUAM I), and I. González (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa) 261 Estimating and Identifying Parameters from Discharge Curves of Lithium-Ion Batteries – H. Mashioka, G. Inoue, and Y. Tsuge (Kyushu University) 262 Study of the Influence of Carbon Additive Content in LiMn0.5Ni1.5O2 Cathodes in Lithium Ion Batteries – G. Guzmán (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa), L. Diaz-Chavez (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana), G. Ramos-Sánchez (CONACyT-UAM I), and I. González (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana iztapalapa)

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Dendrite Formation in Silicon and Li-Metal Anodes in Lithium-Ion Batteries – L. Selis and J. Seminario (Texas A&M University) 264 Strategic Architecture of Silicon NanolayerEmbedded Graphite Hybrid for High Energy Lithium-Ion Battery Anodes – M. Ko (Pukyong National University), P. Oh (PUKYONG National university), and J. I. Jung (Chosun Refractories Co.,Ltd.) 265 A Novel Material Design for Li-Rich Cathode Material’s Long-Term Cycling and High Volumetric Energy Density – P. Oh (PUKYONG National university), M. S. Ko (PUKYONG National University), and J. I. Jung (Chosun Refractories Co.,Ltd.) 266 Effect of RGO Coating of Li-Rich Cathode Material on Electrochemical Performance – S. N. Lim, K. Kim, and S. A. Song (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology) 267 Battery Performance Analysis Combined with Circuit Simulation and Electrochemical Calculation – A. Kono, M. Tokito, K. Sato, H. Urushibata, and Y. Fujita (Kanazawa Institute of Technology) 268 Li K-edge X-ray Absorption Near Edge Structure Spectra for a Library of Lithium Compounds Applied in Lithium Batteries – D. Wang and L. Zuin (Canadian Light Source Inc.) 269 Novel Battery Design Principles for Highly Safe, High Energy Density Lithium Ion Battery Using Less Volatile Electrolyte – A. Unemoto, E. Seki, H. Konishi (Research and Development Group, Hitachi, Ltd.), K. Nishimura (Hitachi, Ltd., Research&Development Group), J. Kawaji (Research and Development Group, Hitachi, Ltd.), and T. Okumura (Hitachi, Ltd., Research&Development Group) 270 Comparison of Battery Degradations Induced By Different Synthetic Driving Cycles and Real-World Traffic Conditions – G. Baure and M. Dubarry (University of Hawaii, Hawaii Natural Energy Institute) 271 Li[Ni0.865Co0.120Al0.015]O2 Cathode with Compositional Gradation for High-Energy and Long-Life Lithium-Ion Batteries – K. J. Park, G. T. Park, and Y. K. Sun (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University) 272 Study on Capacity Fading from Bulk and Surface Degradation in Ni-Rich Li[NixCoyMn1-X-Y]O2 (0.6 ≤ x ≤ 0.95) Cathodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries – H. H. Ryu and Y. K. Sun (Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University) 273 Improving High Rate Electrochemical Performance of Patterned Lithium Metal Anode for Lithium Secondary Batteries By Using Dual Salt Electrolyte System – B. Yoon, S. Kim, D. Jin, J. Park (Hanbat National University), J. Oh (Hanbat national Unveristy), H. Jo, J. Choi, and M. H. Ryou (Hanbat National University) 274 Effect of LiNO3 Electrolyte Additives for Improved the Rate Capability of MicroPatterened Lithium Metal Anode – D. Jin (Hanbat National University), J. Oh (Hanbat national Unveristy), B. Yoon, J. Park (Hanbat National University), Y. M. Lee (DGIST), and M. H. Ryou (Hanbat National University) 141

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Study on Separator / Lithium Metal Integration for Improving Performance of Lithium Metal Battery – J. Choi (Hanbat National University), J. Oh (Hanbat national Unveristy), D. Jin, S. Kim (Hanbat National University), J. Park (Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering), B. Yoon, H. Jo, and M. H. Ryou (Hanbat National University) Study on Dead Li Suppression Mechanism of Li Hosting Carbon-Based Protective Layer for Li Metal Anodes – H. Jo, S. Kim, D. Jin (Hanbat National University), J. Oh (Hanbat national Unveristy), J. Choi, B. Yoon (Hanbat National University), J. Park (Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering), and M. H. Ryou (Hanbat National University) Structural Effect of Conductive Carbons on the Adhesion and Electrochemical Behavior of NMC-442 Cathode for Lithium Ion Battery – M. Latifatu (Hanbat National University), C. S. Yoon (Hanbat.National Universty), and J. M. Ko (Hanbat National University)

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Beyond Lithium-Ion Batteries

Na and K-ion Batteries 1 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Prabeer Barpanda and Kaoru Dokko 08:00

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Design of Stoichiometric Layered Potassium Transition Metal Oxide for K-Ion Batteries – H. Kim (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), D. H. Seo, A. Urban, J. Lee, D. H. Kwon (University of California, Berkeley), S. H. Bo (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), T. Shi (UC Berkeley), J. K. Papp (Department of Chemical Engineering, UC Berkeley), B. D. McCloskey (ESDR, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and G. Ceder (University of California, Berkeley) Developing Robust Potassium-Ion Batteries Using Sodium Insertion Host Materials – S. Krishnakanth (Indian Institute of Science), S. Baskar (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore), and P. Barpanda (Indian Institute of Science) Structural Characterization of O3-Structure Layered Cathode Material for Rechargeable Sodium Ion Batteries – M. Jeong, H. Lee, H. Park, S. Lee, and W. S. Yoon (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University) Hexacyanoferrate Cathode for Superior NaIon Batteries – W. Zhang, M. Wan, Y. Tang, Y. Liu, and Y. Huang (Huazhong University of Science and Technology) Electrochemical and Electrocatalytic Activity in Two Phosphate-Based Systems: Pyrophosphate and Metaphosphate for Sodium-Based Batteries – R. Gond (Indian Institute of Science), V. Pralongb (Université de Caen), and P. Barpanda (Indian Institute of Science) Break Glyme-Na Salt Equimolar Complex Electrolytes for Sodium Ion Batteries – K. Dokko (Kyoto University, Yokohama National University), S. Terada, H. Susa, K. Ueno, and M. Watanabe (Yokohama National University)

Electrochemical Performance of Sodium Polymer Battery Employing PolyurethaneBased Gel Polymer Electrolyte – M. S. Park (Hanyang University), R. Thangavel, Y. S. Lee (Chonnam National University), and D. W. Kim (Hanyang University) In Situ Metal Electroplating for High Energy Anode Free Sodium Battery – M. W. Orzech, F. Mazzali, and S. Margadonna (Swansea University) Highly Stable Sodium Metal Anodes for Sodium Batteries By Tactically Regulating the Solid Electrolyte Interphase – W. Li, H. Wang, and C. Wang (Dartmouth College) Synthesis of NiS2 Nanospheres and Their Electrochemical Properties As Sodium-Ion Battery Anode – H. H. Kim and S. H. Hong (Seoul National University) Amorphous Molybdenum Oxysulfide As a Highly-Reversible Anode Material for Na-Ion Batteries – T. H. Kim, J. Shin (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), K. S. Lee (Pohang Accelerator Laboratory (PAL)), and E. Cho (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

Oxygen/Air Batteries – 14:00 – 17:00 Co-Chairs: Joseph K Papp and Rajan Kumar 14:00

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Highly Durable and Stable Sodium Superoxide in Concentrated Electrolytes for Sodium–Oxygen Batteries – H. Park (Seoul National University), J. Kim (Hyundai Motor Company), M. H. Lee (Seoul National Univeresity), Y. Ko, and K. Kang (Seoul National University) Insight into the Relationship between Transition Metal and Anionic Redox As Found in Simple Li-Rich CuO-Li2O Composite Cathode Materials – J. K. Papp (Department of Chemical Engineering, UC Berkeley) and B. D. McCloskey (ESDR, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Department of Chemical Engineering, UC Berkeley) “Carbon-Air Secondary Battery” System By Combining Direct Carbon Fuel Cells and CO2 Electrolysis As Large Scale Energy Storage – K. Kameda, K. Hasegawa, and M. Ihara (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Effects of Co-Substitution of Layered Perovskite Lsfo on Oer Activity in Alkaline Media – H. Suetsugu, T. Mandai, K. Ui, and T. Takeguchi (Faculty of Science and Engineering, Iwate University) Co/Co-Fe Nanoparticles/N-Doped Carbon Composite as Bifunctional Electrocatalyst for Rechargeable Metal-Air Batteries – D. Medina, C. Andronescu, S. Barwe, T. Bobrowski, J. Masa, and W. Schuhmann (Ruhr-University Bochum) Break

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Low-Temperature-Processing of Printed Cathodes for Aqueous Metal-Air Batteries – R. Kumar (University of California, Berkeley), J. E. Nichols (University of California, Berkeley, ESDR, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), B. D. McCloskey (Department of Chemical Engineering, UC Berkeley, ESDR, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and V. Subramanian (University of California, Berkeley) A Comparative Study of Catalyst-Support Material Synergies for Secondary Alkaline Metal-Air Batteries – E. Marini, C. Evangelisti, and L. Jörissen (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung BW) Carbothermal Shock Synthesis of Multimetallic, Solid Solution Electrocatalysts for Air-Based Batteries – S. D. Lacey, Y. Yao, S. Xu, and L. Hu (University of Maryland)

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Anode Electrolyte Interfaces – 08:20 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Brett L. Lucht and Jagjit Nanda 08:20

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AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

Cathode Electrolyte Interfaces – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Susan A. Odom, Kang Xu and Brett L Lucht 14:00

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(Invited) Evaluation of Tailored Organic Molecules for Cathode Passivation in High Voltage Lithium-Ion Batteries – S. A. Odom, A. P. Kaur, N. H. Attanayake (University of Kentucky), and C. Johnson (Argonne National Laboratory) New Electrolyte Composition for HighVoltage Lithium-Ion Cathodes – Enhancing the Cycling Stability in Half- and Full-Cells – A. Kazzazi (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), D. Bresser (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)), M. Kuenzel, G. T. Kim (Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)), and S. Passerini (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU)) Positive – Positive Symmetric Cell Study on the Compatibility of Different Electrolyte Additives with Li[Ni0.6Mn0.2Co0.2]O2 – Y. Liu (Dalhousie University, Department of Process Engineering and Applied Science) and J. R. Dahn (Dalhousie University, Department of Physics and Atmospheric Science) Side Reaction Kinetics Effects on the Capacity Fading of LiNi1/2Mn3/2O4 – P. Dumaz (LEPMI), C. Rossignol (Université Grenoble Alpes-CNRS), and R. Bouchet (LEPMI, CNRS/University of Grenoble) Investigation of New Electrolyte Additives for Improvement of Nickel-Rich Cathode Materials at High-Voltage in Lithium Ion Batteries – S. Klein (University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center), M. Winter (Helmholtz-Institute Muenster, IEK-12 Juelich, University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center), and T. Placke (University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center) Break

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(Invited) Investigation of Solid Electrolyte Interphase on Amorphous Siox/Si Films Using Tip Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy – J. Nanda, G. Yang (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), D. N. Voylov, A. P. Sokolov (University of Tennessee), and G. M. Veith (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Engineering Artificial SEI for Improving Performance of Anode Free Batteries – A. A. Assegie, J. H. Cheng, C. J. Huang, L. M. Kuo, W. N. Su, and B. J. Hwang (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology) Effect of Electrolyte Composition on the Solid Electrolyte Interface (SEI) and Electrochemical Cycling of Lithium Metal Anodes – B. L. Lucht, Z. L. Brown, and S. Jurng (University of Rhode Island) Break Monitoring SEI Resistance during Formation of Li-Ion Batteries By Impedance Spectroscopy – S. Solchenbach, X. Huang, D. Pritzl, J. Landesfeind, and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich) (Invited) Effect of Electrolyte Electrode Interface Design on Lto Cell Performance – C. Ma (Saft America Inc) Operando Measurement of Solid Electrolyte Interphase Formation at Working Electrode of Li-Ion Battery by Time-Slicing Neutron Reflectometry – H. Kawaura, M. Harada, Y. Kondo (Toyota Central Research and Development Labs., Inc.), M. Mizutani (Toyota Central Research & Development Laboratories, Inc.), N. Takahashi (Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.), J. Sugiyama (Toyota Central Research and Development Labs., Inc.), and N. L. Yamada (High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK))

SEI Formation Vs. Lithium Intercalation: InSitu AFM Experiments on Graphite and Silicon Electrodes – S. Benning, C. Chen (Forschungszentrum Jülich), P. Notten (Eindhoven University of Technology), and F. Hausen (Forschungszentrum Jülich) Theoretical Analysis of Li Insertion/ Desorption Reaction at LixC6/1M LiPF6 EC Solution Interface Using Density Functional + Implicit Solvation Model – J. Haruyama (AIST), T. Ikeshoji (Natl. Inst. of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), and M. Otani (AIST) Investigating the Distribution of Electrolyte Decomposition Products (SEI) in Silicon Electrodes By Neutron Depth Profiling – M. Wetjen, M. Trunk, L. Werner, R. Gernhäuser, B. Märkisch (Technical University of Munich), Z. Révay, R. Gilles (TU Munich, Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum (MLZ)), and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich)


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Elucidating Decomposition Mechanisms of Ethylene Carbonate on Layered Cathode Material Surfaces in Lithium Ion Batteries – X. Qin, M. Shao (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology), and P. B. Balbuena (Texas A& M University) First-Principles Modeling Study of TransitionMetal Dissolution from LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 Spinel Surfaces – V. Alexandrov, N. N. Intan, and K. Klyukin (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) Electrolyte Studies Centered Around a Substituted Lithium Cobalt Phosphate Cathode Material – S. A. Delp, J. L. Allen, and T. R. Jow (U.S. Army Research Laboratory) Evidence of Direct Link between Side Reaction and Capacity Fading in Lnmo – P. Dumaz (LEPMI), C. Rossignol (Université Grenoble Alpes-CNRS), and R. Bouchet (LEPMI, CNRS/University of Grenoble) Isolating Surface Reactivity of High Energy Cathode Materials through Model Thin Films – N. D. Phillip (University of Tennessee), G. M. Veith, R. E. Ruther (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), and D. L. Wood III (University of Tennessee) Xpeem Reveals the Local (electro-) Chemical Surface Reactions of the Ncm Cathode and Their Impact on the Lto Counter Anode – D. Leanza (Paul scherrer Institute (PSI)), C. A. F. Vaz (Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI)), P. Novák, and M. El Kazzi (Paul Scherrer Institute, Electrochemistry Laboratory)

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Simple and Effective Gas-Phase Doping for Lithium Metal Protection in Lithium Metal Batteries – H. Park, S. Moon (Seoul National University), G. Yoon (Center for nanoparticle research, IBS), and K. Kang (Seoul National University) Ionic Conductivity Studies of RuddlesdenPopper Layered Perovskite with PEO As a Composite Solid Electrolyte – R. Prakash, H. H. Kwak (DGIST), and J. H. Kim (Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology) The Effect of Solvated Ionic Liquids for AllSolid-State Lithium Batteries – J. W. Park, M. J. Kim, B. G. Kim, Y. C. Ha, and S. M. Lee (Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute) Lithium Ion Batteries Fabricated with Ionic Ladder-like Polysilsesquioxane Hybrid Ionogels – S. S. Hwang, A. S. Lee (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), J. H. Lee (Cornell University), and C. M. Koo (University of Science and Technology) Granular Dendrite Free Effect of CsPF6 as an Electrolyte Additive for Micro Patterned Lithium Metal Anode – S. Kim and M. H. Ryou (Hanbat National University) Interfacial Impedance Growth in Si-Alloy/ Graphite Blended Electrodes – Z. Yan, C. Wei, and M. N. Obrovac (Department of Chemistry, Dalhousie University) Solid-State Lithium Lanthanum TitanatePolymer Composite Electrolyte for Lithium Ion Batteries – H. Yang and N. Wu (West Virginia University)

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Non-Carbonate Based Electrolytes for High Energy Lithium-Rich ManganeseBased Positive Electrodes with Excellent Cyclability – L. Xia and G. Chen (University of Nottingham Ningbo China) Ion Dynamics in Al-Doped Cubic Li7La3Zr2O12 Garnet-Type Single Crystals – P. Posch (Institute for Chemistry and Technology of Materials, Graz University of Technology), S. Lunghammer (Graz University of Technology), S. Berendts (Technische Universität Berlin), R. Uecker (Leibniz Institute for Crystal Growth (IKZ)), D. Rettenwander, and M. Wilkening (Graz University of Technology, ICTM) Improved Performance of LiFePO4 Cathode through Use of Single Lithium Ion Conducting Polymer Binders Based on Sp3 Boron Atoms – G. Guzmán, H. J. Ávila-Paredes (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Iztapalapa), G. Ramos-Sánchez (CONACyT-UAM I), E. Rivera (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México), and I. González (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Iztapalapa) Properties of Silicon-Electrolyte Interphase (SEI) – Individual Components – S. D. Han, K. N. Wood, J. Coyle, Y. Xu, C. Stetson, S. Harvey, M. Al-Jassim, A. Zakutayev, and G. Teeter (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) Molecular Dynamics Study of Interphase Solid Electrolyte/ Electrode in Li-Ion Batteries – D. E. Galvez-Aranda, C. Vicharra, L. Selis, F. Franco-Gallo, M. Gamero T, and J. M. Seminario (Texas A&M University)

Physicochemical Modelling of Novel Components and Devices for Energy Storage: from Atomistic Level to Macroscopic Processes Battery / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Mars 1/2/3/4, Sunrise Center

Cathode Materials – 08:00 – 09:40 Co-Chairs: Jorge Gabriel Vázquez and Shelley D. Minteer 08:00

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Morphology and Electronic Signature of Li2s Growth on Graphene for New Nanostructured Cathodes for Li-S Batteries – R. Longo (Texas A&M University) and P. B. Balbuena (Texas A& M University) (Invited) Rational Design of Battery Cathode Materials – K. Cho (The University of Texas at Dallas) A Macroscopic Model to Describe the Composite Effects of a LiFePO4 PVDF/Csp Cell Based on Effective Transport Parameters – I. O. Mendoza Santos, J. Vazquez-Arenas (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana), I. González (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Iztapalapa), and C. O. Castillo Araiza (UAM-Iztapalapa) (Invited) Recent Advances in the DFT-Based Search of Cathode Materials for Ca Batteries – A. Torres, J. L. Casals, J. Luque, J. Tortajada, and M. E. Arroyo-de Dompablo (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


Multiscale Battery Modeling 1 – 10:00 – 12:10 Co-Chairs: Alejandro Franco and Roberto Longo 10:00

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(Invited) High-Throughput Computational Design of Cathode Coatings for Li-Ion Batteries – C. Wolverton (Northwestern University) The Influence of State-of-Charge on Ageing in Commercial Li-Ion Pouch Cells – E. Wikner (Chalmers University of Technology), T. Thiringer (Chalmers University of Technology, Volvo Car Group), and J. Scheers (Volvo Car Group) (Invited) The Relevance (irrelevance) and Elegance(inelegance) of Electroneutrality – the Interplay between Physics and Computational Efficiency – A. Subramaniam, J. Chen, and V. R. Subramanian (University of Washington, Seattle) Variational Multiscale Modeling of Lithium Batteries – J. Liu (University of Kansas) and L. Liu (The University of Kansas) (Invited) Multiscale Modeling of Uptake and Transport in Redox-Flow-Battery Separators – A. R. Crothers (University of California, Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), R. M. Darling (Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, UTRC), C. J. Radke, and A. Z. Weber (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

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Corrosion General Session

Corrosion Universal Ballroom, Expo Center

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A Flexible Multiscale Simulation Platform of Rechargeable Batteries – A. A. Franco (LRCS (CNRS&UPJV), RS2E, ALISTORE-ERI, Institut Universitaire de France), A. Torayev (ALISTORE ERI, LRCS (CNRS&UPJV)), Y. Yin (LRCS (CNRS&UPJV), RS2E, ALISTORE ERI), G. Shukla, M. Maiza (LRCS (CNRS&UPJV), RS2E), V. Thangavel (Laboratoire de Réactivité et Chimie des Solides), A. Rucci, and A. Ngandjong (LRCS (CNRS&UPJV), RS2E, ALISTORE ERI) Predicting and Optimizing the Performance of Thick Battery Electrodes – M. Tang and F. Wang (Rice University) (Invited) On the EIS Response of Composite Insertion Electrodes – Toward a Better Understanding of Porous Electrodes – D. Gruet (Groupe Renault), B. Delobel (Renault Technocentre, 78084, Guyancourt), I. Lucas (LISE, CNRS, Sorbonne Université), D. Sicsic (Groupe Renault), and V. Vivier (LISE - UMR 8235) Surface Chemical Structure of Carbon Electrodes and Electrochemical Behavior of Redox Couples in Flow Batteries – R. Jaimes and M. Miranda-Hernández (Instituto de Energías Renovables-UNAM)

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Mathematical Modeling of Electron and Hole Tunneling through the Deposit Layers in LiOxygen and Li-Sulfur Batteries – P. Andrei (Florida A&M University and Florida State University)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

Ascorbic Acid as Antioxidant – J. Agrisuelas, A. Cuenca, J. García, and F. Vicente (University of Valencia) Corrosion Behavior of AISI 316 Stainless Steel As Reinforcement in Ternary Sustainable Concrete Based on Scba-SF Exposed in Seawater – A. Landa-Gómez, R. Croche B, O. M. Lopez Yza, R. Galván-Martínez Sr. (Universidad Veracruzana), J. A. CabralMiramontes, C. G. Tiburcio (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), F. Almeraya (universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), and M. A. Baltazar-Zamora (Universidad Veracruzana) EBSD Characterization of IGSCC Crack Initiated on Alloy 600 in Simulated PWR Primary Water Environment – K. T. Jung, H. Tsuchiya, and S. Fujimoto (Osaka University) Corrosion Behavior of Highly As-Doped <100> Oriented Si-Wafer Anodes in Alkaline Si–Air Batteries – Y. E. Durmus, S. S. Montiel Guerrero, H. Tempel, F. Hausen, H. Kungl, and R. A. Eichel (Forschungszentrum Jülich) Evaluation of the Corrosion of AISI 304 Stainless Steel Embedded in Sustainable Concrete with High Volumes of Scba-SF Exposed in Marine Environment – A. LandaGómez, S. Castillo Aguilar, J. A. Reyes Jimenez, R. Villegas Apaez, R. GalvánMartínez Sr. (Universidad Veracruzana), J. A. Cabral-Miramontes, C. G. Tiburcio (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), F. Almeraya (universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), and M. A. Baltazar-Zamora (Universidad Veracruzana) Corrosion Behavior of Al Alloys By Additive Manufacturing – F. Estupiñan-Lopez (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), C. Gaona-Tiburcio (Universidad Autónoma del Nuevo León), J. A. Cabral-Miramontes, R. Treviño-Morales (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), and F. Almeraya-Calderón (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo león) 145

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Multiscale Battery Modeling 2 – 14:00 – 15:30 Co-Chairs: Perla B Balbuena and Stephen Paddison 14:00

Large-Scale First-Principles Simulation on LiIntercalated Graphite – A. Nakata, T. Miyazaki (National Institute for Materials Science), and K. Sodeyama (JST-PRESTO, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)) Effects of the Composition on the Effective Transport Coefficients of a LiFePO4 Cathode – R. Hernandez-Rodriguez and I. O. Mendoza Santos (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana) Three-Dimensional Model Based Simulation of the Solid State Batteries – B. Javed, M. Koyama (National Institute for Materials Science), and G. Inoue (Kyushu University) Physics-Based Modeling of Aging in NMC/ Graphite Cell Under High Voltage Operation at Different Temperatures – J. Y. Ko, M. Varini (KTH Royal Institute of Technology), H. Ekström (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, COMSOL AB), and G. Lindbergh (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)


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Corrosion Protection Corrosion / SMEQ Universal 1, Expo Center

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Welcoming Remarks Corrosion Driven Drying Phenomena Occurring during the Atmospheric Corrosion of Magnesium Containing Galvanized Steel – H. N. McMurray, G. Williams, and N. Cooze (Swansea University) Enhancing Corrosion Resistance of Stainless Steel By Hot-Dip Aluminizing for High Temperature Solar Thermal Applications – S. P. Sah, E. Tada, and A. Nishikata (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Degradation Behavior of High-Phosphorus Ni-P Coating for Application in Oil and Gas Industry – C. Sun (University of Alberta), V. Fattahpour (RGL Reservoir Management Inc.), H. Zeng, and J. L. Luo (University of Alberta) Break Corrosion Behavior of Thermally Sprayed WC-Co-VC Coatings in NaCl Aqueous Solution – R. Rocha Reséndez, J. A. Cabral (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), C. G. Tiburcio (UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE NUEVO LEÓN), C. Poblano (CIATEQ A. C.), F. Estupiñan-Lopez, P. Zambrano (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), and F. Almeraya (universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León) Electrodeposited Inconel and Stellite like Coatings for Improved Corrosion Resistance in Biocombustors – T. D. Hall, S. H. Vijapur, D. Wang, E. J. Taylor, M. Inman, S. Snyder (Faraday Technology, Inc.), and M. Brady (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Zinc Base Coatings, Their Challenges and New Strategies – S. L. Wijesinghe (Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology,), W. Yan, L. Y. L. Wu, Y. T. Tan, M. Qian, and C. W. Koh (Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology) Influence of Carbon Dioxide on the Atmospheric Corrosion of Zinc-Aluminium and Zinc-Aluminium-Magnesium Coated Steel – N. le Bozec, D. Thierry (French Corrosion Institute), A. Le Gac (French corrosion institute), and D. Persson (Swerea Kimab) Increasing Acid Dew POINT Corrosion Resistance with Thin Coating Layer on STEEL – C. Choi, B. H. Lee, M. Jo, and M. S. Kim (POSCO) Mechanism of Electrochemical Corrosion of Cathodicallypolarized Silicone-Epoxy Coating on Mild Steel – X. Yuan (Northwestern Polytechnical University)

Light Metals – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Francisco Javier Rodriguez-Gomez and Eiji Tada 14:00

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Developing Biocompatible Coatings for Mg Alloys to Control the Biocorrosion Behavior – S. Virtanen (FAU, Institute of Surface Science and Corrosion) Hydrophobic Porous Layer By Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation of Magnesium Alloy for Corrosion Resistance – J. Joo, H. Jung, and J. Lee (Pukyong National University) Investigation of Galvanic Coupling on AA7075-T6 Navair Plate inside Fastener Hole – R. J. Skelton and R. G. Kelly (University of Virginia) Corrosion Behavior of Aluminum Alloys Deposited from Ionic Liquids – R. Böttcher, A. Ispas, and A. Bund (Technische Universität Ilmenau) Effects of Oil Viscosity on the Anti-Corrosion and Self-Healing Properties of OilImpregnated Nanoporous Anodic Aluminum Oxide – C. H. Choi (Stevens Institute of Technology) and J. Lee (Pukyong National University, Stevens Institute of Technology) Stress Corrosion Cracking of Aeronautical Alloys Al6061-T6 – F. Almeraya (universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), C. G. Tiburcio, P. Zambrano, F. Estupiñan-Lopez, J. A. Cabral (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), R. Treviño Morales (Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon), and J. M. Bastidas (CENIM)

C03 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center •

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Chemical Conversion Treatment on Stainless Steel 316L By Using TiO2 Thin Films Via Sol-Gel Technique and Adding Niobium and Vanadium As Inhibitors to Enhance Corrosion Resistance – A. D. Herrera-Hidalgo (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Departamento Ingeniería Metalúrgica) and F. J. Rodriguez-Gomez (Departamento Ingeniería Metalúrgica, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México) Mechanism of Tarnishing of Silver Alloys Under Sulphide – J. Ortiz-Corona (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México), E. R. Larios-Duran (Centro Universitario de Ciencias Exactas e Ingeniería, UG), and F. J. Rodriguez-Gomez (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)

Electrochemical Techniques in Corrosion Research Corrosion Universal 2, Expo Center

Electrochemical Techniques 1 – 08:30 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Masayuki Itagaki and Dev Chidambaram 08:30

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Local Electrochemistry on Thin Foils to Investigate Intergranular Corrosion in AA2024 – R. Oltra (CNRS) and R. Bonzom (Université de Bourgogne Franche Comté,) Liquid-Phase Ion Gun for Local Acidification of Na2s Aqueous Solution and Local Sulfidation of Steel Surface – K. Fushimi (Hokkaido University), S. Nakatsuji (Hokkaido Univ.), Y. Kitagawa, T. Nakanishi, and Y. Hasegawa (Hokkaido University) AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Characterization of the Passive Film Formed on Iron in Phosphoric Acid Solution: On the Use of a Double Modulation Technique – R. Antaño López (CIDETEQ Center for R&D in Electrochemistry), M. Keddam, M. Turmine, and V. Vivier (LISE - Sorbonne Université CNRS) An Artificial Neural Networks for Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy of 304 Stainless Steel in Biodiesel – C. I. Rocabruno Valdés (CIICAp/Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos), J. G. Gonzalez Rodriguez (CIICAp), J. A. Ramon Muñoz Ledo (Instituto Nacional Eelectricidad y Energías Limpias), and J. A. Hernández (CIICAp/Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos) Corrosion Measurement on Reinforced STEEL Concrete after Exposure to Marine Environment By Electrochemical Noise Technique with Artificial Inteligence – G. S. von Putlitz Sr. (Universidad Veracruzana) Break

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

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Nondestructive Degradation Evaluation for Organic Coated Steels By Surface Potential Measurement – H. Katayama (National Institute for Materials Science), S. Itou (Hosei University Graduate Schools), and T. Akashi (Hosei University) The Interdependent Deposit-Steel Interaction during Underdeposit Corrosion (UDC) – A. N. Shamso (Qatar University, Imperial College London), A. M. Abdullah (Center for Advanced Materials, Qatar University, Qatar), N. Laycock (Qatar Shell), and M. P. Ryan (Imperial College London) Effect of Environment Variables and Material Properties on the Limiting Current Density for Oxygen Reduction – R. Anderson, C. Hangarter (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), and S. Policastro (Naval Research Laboratory)

C05 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center •

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Electrochemical Impedance Analysis on Dezincification Corrosion of Brass with Transmission Line Model – Y. Nishihara, Y. Hoshi, I. Shitanda, and M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science) Diagnosis of Copper Corrosion in Fresh Water By Combining Amperometry and Potentiometry – R. Shiikawa, Y. Hoshi, I. Shitanda, M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science), H. Inabe, Y. Hirata (Hitachi Building Systems Co., Ltd), K. Hatoya, and T. Hishinuma (Hitachi Power Solutions Co., Ltd) Evalution of Corrosion Performance of Coated Steels Using Surface Potential Measurement – Y. Ono (Hosei university), H. Katayama (National Institute for Materials Science), and T. Akashi (Hosei university) Changes in Surface Potential Distribution Due to Hydrogen Permeated through Pure Iron – K. Yanai (Tokyo University of Science, National Institute for Materials Science), Y. Hoshi, I. Shitanda, M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science), and H. Katayama (National Institute for Materials Science)

Nonvolatile Memories 6

Dielectric Science and Technology / Electronics and Photonics Universal 7, Expo Center

Neuromorphic Device and Systems 1 – 08:00 – 09:40 Co-Chairs: Blanka Magyari-Kope and Shoso Shingubara 08:00

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(Invited) Analog Memory Fully Connected Networks for Deep Neural Network Accelerated Training – P. Narayanan, S. Ambrogio, H. Tsai, R. M. Shelby, and G. W. Burr (IBM Research - Almaden) (Invited) Unconventional Computing with Memristive Devices and Arrays – C. Li, Z. Wang, S. Joshi, N. K. Upadhyay, R. Midya, M. Rao, Q. Xia, and J. J. Yang (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)

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Spatially-Resolved Detection of Hydrogen Absorbed into Pure Iron Using Electrochromic Tungsten Oxide Thin Film – Y. Sugawara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University), Y. Sakaizawa (Nippon Steel & Sumikin Stainless Steel Corporation), A. Shibata (Tamagawa Seiki Co., Ltd), I. Muto, and N. Hara (Department of Materials Science, Tohoku University) Break Transient Response of ChemicalElectrochemical (CE) Processes in Rotating Disk Electrode (RDE) Systems: Diffusion and Electrohydrodynamic Impedances – P. H. M. Leal (LNDC/COPPE/UFRJ), O. E. Barcia (Instituto de Química - UFRJ), and O. R. Mattos (LNDC/COPPE/UFRJ) Application of Channel Flow Double Electrode to pH Detection of Magnesium Dissolution during Anodic Polarization – Y. Hoshi, K. Miyazawa, I. Shitanda, and M. Itagaki (Tokyo University of Science) Study of Cleaning Products Effect on Corrosion By Means of RGB VideoElectrochemical Techniques – J. Agrisuelas (University of Valencia), M. Catala (Betelgeux S.L.), A. Cuenca (University of Valencia), C. Lopez (Betelgeux S.L.), J. García (University of Valencia), F. Lorenzo (Betelgeux S.L.), and F. Vicente (University of Valencia) Stress-Corrosion Behavior of Nickel Titanium Shape Memory Alloy Under Quasi-Static Loading – M. Mohajeri, B. Haghgouyan, H. Castaneda, and D. Lagoudas (Texas A&M University) Anodic Current Density of Aluminum Oxide Film in Situ during Anodization of Aluminum by Fabry-Pérot Interferometry – K. Habib (KISR, Kuwait)


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Synaptic Weight Modulation By Controlling Metal Oxide Rram Switching – D. Veksler, G. Bersuker (The Aerospace Corporation), P. R. Shrestha (Theiss Research), K. P. Cheung (National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)), T. Ayvazian, and A. Bushmaker (The Aerospace Corporation)

D04 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center •

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ReRAM – 10:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Gennadi Bersuker and Yuta Saito 10:00

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(Invited) High-Speed Analog Resistance Change in TaOx Synthesized By Reactive Sputtering – H. Shima, M. Takahashi, Y. Naitoh, and H. Akinaga (AIST) (Invited) Novel Solid State Oxide Components and Operation for Rram – J. C. GonzalezRosillo and J. L. M. Rupp (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Mechanism of Forming-Free Cu2o SolidElectrolyte Based Conductive-Bridge Random Access Memory – S. M. Jin, K. H. Kwon, D. W. Kim, H. J. Kim, H. M. Yang, J. Y. Kim, and J. G. Park (Hanyang University) Control of Current Compliance in Rram: Optimized Vs. Minimized Parasitics – P. R. Shrestha (National Institute of Standards and Technology, Theiss Research), D. M. Nminibapiel (National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)), D. Veksler (The Aerospace Corporation), J. P. Campbell (National Institute of Standards and Technology), J. T. Ryan (National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)), H. Baumgart (Old Dominion University, ECE Department), and K. P. Cheung (National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST))

Wednesday, October 3

Neuromorphic Devices and Systems 2 – 14:00 – 15:40 Co-Chairs: Hisashi Shima and Kiyoteru Kobayashi 14:00

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(Invited) The Non-Volatile Redox Memory for Neuromorphic Computing – A. A. Talin (Sandia National Labs) Toward an Empirical Compact Model for Crossbar Integrated Metal-Oxide Memristors – A. F. Vincent, H. Nili, M. Prezioso, M. R. Mahmoodi, F. Merrikh Bayat, and D. B. Strukov (UC Santa Barbara) SNN Pattern Recognition Using Amorphous Carbon Oxide Based Synapse and FullyDepleted Strained Silicon-on-Insulator n-Mosfet Neuron – D. W. Kim, K. H. Kwon, H. J. Kim, S. M. Jin, H. M. Yang, and J. G. Park (Hanyang University) Eco-Friendly All-Inorganic Perovskite Memristors and Artificial Synapses – S. G. Kim (Seoul National University, Samsung Electronics) and H. W. Jang (Seoul National University)

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Electroless Deposition 5 Electrodeposition Universal 10, Expo Center

Electroless Deposition – 08:00 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Luca Magagnin and John Lewellen Stickney 08:00

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Resistance Switching Properties of Silicon Nitride Material with Heavily Doped Si As Bottom Electrode – P. Karakolis (NCSR “Demokritos”, University of Patras), A. Speliotis (NCSR “Demokritos”), V. IoannouSougleridis (NSCR Demokritos), P. Normand (NCSR “Demokritos”), D. Skarlatos (University of Patras), and P. Dimitrakis (NCSR “Demokritos”) Investigation on Amorphous Ga2O3 Based Conductive-Bridge Resistive Switching Memory with Low-Power, High-Speed, High Reliability – K. J. Gan, P. T. Liu, T. C. Chien (National Chiao Tung University), Z. H. Li (Department of Photonics, National Chiao Tung University), Y. C. Chiu, D. B. Ruan, and S. M. Sze (National Chiao Tung University) Voltage Pulse Induced Resistance Change Response of Reram with HfO2 Dielectric layer – A. Azuma (Kansai University), R. Nakajima (Kansai university), H. Yoshida, T. Shimizu, T. Ito, and S. Shingubara (Kansai University) Experimental Extraction of the Charge Centroid of Holes Trapped in Metal–Oxide– Nitride–Oxide–Semiconductor Memories – H. Mino and K. Kobayashi (Tokai University)

Electroless Deposition of Pb Monolayer - Surface Selective, Surface Controlled, Self-Terminating Process – D. Wu, W. Yang (University of Houston), A. Joi, Y. Dordi (Lam Research Corporation), and S. Brankovic (University of Houston) Galvanic Replacement of Chiral Hosts for Generating Helical Nanoparticles with Engineerable Compositions and Optical Activity – J. Liu and Z. Huang (Hong Kong Baptist University) Functionalization of Metal Surfaces Using Hydride Intermediates – D. B. Robinson, C. G. Jones, A. W. Higginbotham, R. K. Atwal, R. K. Nishimoto (Sandia National Laboratories), J. D. Sugar (Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA), F. El Gabaly (Sandia National Laboratories), D. M. Benson, C. Tsang, K. Jagannathan (The University of Georgia), J. L. Stickney (University of Georgia), S. Gurung (University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth), and P. J. Cappillino (University of Massachusetts Dartmouth) Mask-Free Selective Metallization on Glass By Controlling Surface Hydrophilicity – K. T. Wang and T. C. Wei (National Tsing-Hua University) The Effect of Catalyst on the Electroless Copper Plating of Textiles and Fabrics – D. A. Fox, G. Taghavi Pourian Azar, S. Begum, and A. J. Cobley (Coventry University) Break AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Surface Activation of Polymers Assisted By Picosecond Laser Pulses for Selective Metallization Via Electroless Deposition – M. K. Camargo (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Technische Universität Ilmenau), M. Uebel (Ernst-Abbe-Hochschule Jena), M. Kurniawan (Technische Universität Ilmenau), F. Ziegler (Ernst-Abbe-Hochschule Jena), U. Schmidt (Technische Universität Ilmenau), A. Barz, J. Bliedtner (Ernst-Abbe-Hochschule Jena), and A. Bund (Technische Universität Ilmenau) Influence of Pretreatment on the Electroless Metallization of Stereolithography Resins – R. Bernasconi, L. Alagna, and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano) Electroless Under Bump Metallurgy Deposition on Batches of Singulated Semiconductor Die – E. D. Baca, M. Jordan, C. Michael, K. Musick, and A. E. Hollowell (Sandia National Laboratories) Influence of Temperature on Peculiarities of Electroless Copper Deposition – E. Norkus, I. Stalnioniene, G. Stalnionis, and L. Tamašauskaitė-Tamašiūnaitė (Center for Physical Sciences and Technology) Electroless Deposition of Composite Materials: From Fundamental Mechanisms to Applications – F. Cuneo, M. Rizzotto, V. Busini, and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano)

Electrodeposition for Energy Devices 2 – 16:00 – 17:00 Co-Chair: Natasa Vasiljevic and Nikolay Dimitrov 16:00

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Hydrogen Generation from Sodium Borohydride Solution Catalyzed By Cobalt-Boron-Manganese Coated on Ni Foam Substrate – E. Norkus, D. Ramaška, A. Balčiūnaitė, J. Vaičiūnienė, and L. Tamašauskaitė-Tamašiūnaitė (Center for Physical Sciences and Technology) Properties and Structure of Electroless Deposited Rhenium-Rich Re-Co Thin Films – A. Inberg (University Tel Aviv)

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Electrodeposition Division Research Award Address – 14:00 – 14:45 Co-Chair: Stanko R. Brankovic 14:00 14:05 825

Introductory Remarks (Electrodeposition Division Research Award) Old Stagnant Technology  Becoming Hot Technology:Electroplating Advanced Functional Materials – N. V. Myung (University of California - Riverside)

Electrodeposition Division Early Career Investigator Award Address – 14:45 – 15:30 Co-Chair: Stanko R. Brankovic 14:45 14:50 826

Introductory Remarks (Electrodeposition Division Early Career Investigator Award) Electrochemical Growth Mediated by Nanocluster Aggregation: Implications and Perspectives – J. Ustarroz (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, SURF Group)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

Formic Acid Electrooxidation at Pd Nanoparticles Electrodeposited Onto GlassyCarbon from Ethaline – I. E. Espino-López, M. G. Montes de Oca-Yemha (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Azcapotzalco), E. M. Estrada-Arce (Instituto Politécnico Nacional, ESIQIE), E. E. Palomar-Pardavé, and M. A. Romero-Romo (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Azcapotzalco) Cobalt Electrodeposition at Different Substrates from a Deep Eutectic Solvent – M. Landa-Castro (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Azcapotzalco), E. Gómez Valentín (Universitat de Barcelona), and M. G. Montes de Oca-Yemha (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Azcapotzalco) Preliminary Investigation of the Influence of Potentiodynamic Electrosynthesis of Polyaniline@Carbon Fiber on the Formation of Charge Carriers and Their Effects on Double Layer – A. G. Galvao (Instituto Federal de São Paulo, Instituto de Aeronáutica e Espaço), A. K. D. S. Poli (Instituto Tecnológico da Aeronáutica), A. M. Gama (Instituto de Aeronáutica e Espaço), J. M. D. R. P. Gonçalves (Instituto Federal de São Paulo), and E. S. Gonçalves (Instituto de Aeronáutica e Espaço, Instituto Tecnológico da Aeronáutica) Influence of Heat Treatment Temperature of Carbon Fiber Felt Substrate on Polyaniline Electrosynthesis and Its Properties – A. K. D. S. Poli (Instituto Tecnológico da Aeronáutica), A. M. Gama (Instituto de Aeronáutica e Espaço), M. R. Baldan (Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais, Instituto Tecnológico da Aeronáutica), and E. S. Gonçalves (Instituto Tecnológico da Aeronáutica, Instituto de Aeronáutica e Espaço)

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E02 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center •

In-Situ SERS Analysis of SEI Formation at Graphite Electrode in Li Ion Battery Using Manipulated Plasmonic Sensor Element – M. Kunimoto, M. Yanagisawa (Res. Org. for Nano & Life Innovation, Waseda University), and T. Homma (Department of Applied Chemistry, Waseda University, Res. Org. for Nano&Life Innovation, Waseda University) Bipolar Electrodeposition of Manganese Dioxide Nanoparticles on Gold Nanotubes – J. Experton (Unversity of Florida Department of Chemistry), X. Wu (University of Maryland), G. Wang, and C. R. Martin (University of Florida - Department of Chemistry) Reversible Ag Electroplating Onto ITO Electrode for Smart Window – A. Aoki, A. Ito (Nagoya Institute of Technology), and S. Watanabe (Toyota Boshoku Corporation)


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Electroplating of Reactive Metals and Alloys for Energy Storage

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Lithium – 08:10 – 09:40 Co-Chair: Philippe M. Vereecken 08:10

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(Invited) Mechanical and Chemical Surface Modification of Lithium As a Tool to Alter the Electrodeposition Process and to Improve the Cycling Performances of LithiumMetal Electrodes – M. C. Stan, J. Becking, M. Kolek, A. Groebmeyer (MEET Battery Research Center, University of Muenster), P. Bieker (MEET Battery Research Center, University of Muenster, Institute of Physical Chemistry, University of Muenster), and M. Winter (Helmholtz-Institute Muenster, IEK12 Juelich, MEET Battery Research Center, University of Muenster) Structural Evolution of Lithium Metal Electrodeposited on Copper – D. A. Steingart (MAE/ACEE Princeton University) (Keynote) The Electrodeposition and Stripping of Lithium Peroxide for Applications in Lithium-Oxygen Battery – F. Bardé (Toyota Motor Europe)

Electrolytes – 10:00 – 11:20 Co-Chair: Fanny Bardé

Wednesday, October 3

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(Invited) Rational Design of Nanoporous Polymer Electrolytes and Solid-Liquid Interphases for Lithium Metal Batteries – S. Choudhury and L. A. Archer (Cornell University) On the Electrochemistry of Lipon Breakdown – P. M. Vereecken (imec and KU-Leuven, Belgium) and B. Put (imec, Belgium) (Invited) Halide-Free Flourinated Alkoxyaluminate Electrolytes for Mg and Ca Ion Batteries – C. B. Arnold (Princeton University)

Reactive Metals – 11:20 – 12:40 Co-Chair: Daniel A Steingart 11:20

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(Invited) Process Development and Analysis of Si Electrodeposition in Ionic Liquid – T. Homma (Department of Applied Chemistry, Waseda University, Nanotechnology Research Center, Waseda University), Y. Tsuyuki (Deparment of Applied Chemistry, Waseda University), M. Kunimoto (Department of Applied Chemistry, Waseda University), Y. Fukunaka (Nanotechnology Research Center, Waseda University), and P. A. Pianetta (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Stanford Univ.) Electrodeposition of Indium from a Phosphonium-Based Ionic Liquid – J. Fransaer (Dept. Materials Engineering, KU Leuven), K. Binnemans, C. Deferm (Dept. Chemistry, KU Leuven), H. Oosterhof, and J. Luyten (Umicore)

(Invited) (More) Uniform Control of Oxidative Dissolution, Complexation, and Electrodeposition Using 3D Wiring of Aperiodic Zinc Sponge Anodes in Rechargeable Alkaline Batteries – J. W. Long (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), J. S. Ko (NRC Postdoc at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), A. B. Geltmacher, J. F. Parker, and D. R. Rolison (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory)

E04 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center •

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Initial Zinc Electrodeposition on Copper Studied By in-Situ AFM – S. Neupane (IMEC vzw. Division IMOMEC), M. Oezaslan (Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg), and F. U. Renner (IMO Hasselt University, IMEC vzw. Division IMOMEC) Tuning the Copper Cluster´s Size By Electrodeposition from Perchlorate Aqueous Solutions. a Morphological Study through Current Density Transients and Atomic Force Microscopy – L. H. Mendoza Huizar (Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo), D. E. García-Rodríguez (Universidad Politécnica de Aguascalientes), and J. M. Sausedo-Solorio (Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo) Multiple Nucleation Processes during the Platinum Electrodeposition Onto Glassy Carbon Electrodes Influence of the Temperature – L. H. Mendoza Huizar and R. Marquez (Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo)

Electrochemical Treatment of Contaminated Water, Soil, and Air: State of the Art and Trends in Research and Technology of Environmentally Oriented Electrochemical Approaches

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / SMEQ Universal 3, Expo Center F03 Session 1 – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chair: José Luis Nava 08:00

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A Novel Photoelectrochemical Approach to Fight Biofilms and Reduce Undesired Microbiology – M. Fritz (Technische Universitaet Ilmenau), A. Bund (Technische Universität Ilmenau), and H. J. Ullrich (u_ Tech) Stand-Alone, Solar-Powered Devices for Water Disinfection – E. Chinello, M. H. Hashemi (EPFL), M. A. Modestino (New York University), J. W. Schuettauf (Swiss Center for Electronics and Microtechnology - CSEM), L. Coulot, M. Ackermann, F. Gerlich (Insolight SA), A. Faes (CSEM), D. Psaltis, and C. Moser (EPFL) Novel Materials and System Architecture for Membrane Based Water Treatment Technology – S. Mubeen (University of Iowa) Electrocoagulation (EC) for the Removal of Silica from Mining ARD Water Treatment – Z. Xie, E. Dy, and W. Qu (National Research Council of Canada)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Biowaste-Derived Carbon Electrodes for Capacitive Deionization – J. Lado (Electrochemical Processes Unit, IMDEA Energy), L. A. M. Ruotolo (Federal University of Sao Carlos), and R. L. Zornitta (Federal University of São Carlos) Study on Kinetics of Anode Process of Chelated Iron Fuel Cell for Sulfur Recovery Unit of FLNG – X. Tang, X. Zhou, J. Ou, and Y. Li (China University of Petroleum (East China))

F03 Session 2 – 10:20 – 12:20 Co-Chair: Mathias Fritz 10:20

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Capacitative Deionization: A Promising Electrochemical Water Treatment Technology Employing Novel New Electrodes, Exciting and Clever Reactor Designs and a Potential Plethora of Applications Far Beyond Desalination. Will It Succeed? – M. A. Anderson (EC&T Program, University of Wisconsin - Madison, Electrochemical Processes Unit, IMDEA Energy), J. Lado, E. Garcia - Quismondo, and J. Palma (Electrochemical Processes Unit, IMDEA Energy) Current Collector-Free Asymmetric Capacitive Deionization System for Energy-Efficient Brackish Water Desalination – C. Santos (Multifunctional Nanocomposites Group, IMDEA Materials, Electrochemical Processes Unit, IMDEA Energy), J. Lado, E. Garcia - Quismondo, I. V. Rodriguez, D. HospitalBenito, J. Palma (Electrochemical Processes Unit, IMDEA Energy), M. A. Anderson (Dept. of Civil & Environmental Eng., UW-Madison, Electrochemical Processes Unit, IMDEA Energy), and J. J. Vilatela (Multifunctional Nanocomposites Group, IMDEA Materials) Influence of Interfacial Properties on the Capacitive Deionization Performance of TiO2 Thin-Film – Y. Wang (Tianjin University), M. A. Anderson (EC&T Program, University of Wisconsin - Madison, Electrochemical Processes Unit, IMDEA Energy), M. I. Tejedor-Tejedor (EC&T Program. University of Wisconsin - Madison), and W. Tan (Tianjin University) Electrochemical Combustion of the Antibiotic Levofloxacin By Electro-Peroxone Process – O. M. Cornejo and J. L. Nava (University of Guanajuato) Small Ceramic Microbial Fuel Cell As a Trigenerative System for Electricity, Organics Degradation and Urine Filtration – I. Gajda, J. Greenman (University of the West of England), C. Santoro, A. Serov, P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico), and I. Ieropoulos (University of the West of England) Electrodeposition of Ca₃Zr₂S₇ Films with Structure Type Perovskita in Layers Ruddlesden-Popper – J. C. Solis Cortazar, L. Rojas-Blanco, G. Perez-Hernandez (Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco), E. Ponce-Recinos (Universidad Politécnica de Chiapas), S. Silva-Martínez (Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos), I. Zamudio-Torres, and E. Ramirez Morales (Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

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Electrosynthesis of Hypochlorous Acid in a Filter-Press-Type Reactor Equipped with Ir-Sn-Sb Oxide Anode – M. F. Murrieta (Universidad de Guanjuato) and J. L. Nava (University of Guanajuato) Stabilized Capacitive Deionization Via Voltage-Based Modification – X. Gao, A. Omosebi, J. Landon, and K. Liu (University of Kentucky) Evaluating Microstructure and Transport within Flow Electrodes for Capacitive Deionization – M. Dixit (Vanderbilt University), D. Moreno (Georgia Institute of Technology), K. B. Hatzell (Vanderbilt University), and M. C. Hatzell (Georgia Institute of Techology) Self-Regenerating Oil Absorbent Via Wettability Switch Using Electrochemical Redox of Conjugated Polymer Surfaces – J. Xu, S. Fu (Stevens Institute of Technology), W. Xu (Brookhaven National Laboratory), and E. H. Yang (Stevens Institute of Technology) Electrochemical Advanced Oxidation Processes Enabled By Novel Electrode Materials – B. P. Chaplin (University of Illinois at Chicago) Electrochemical Stripping to Recover Nitrogen from Wastewater – W. A. Tarpeh (Stanford University) Design and Preliminary Implementation of Onsite Electrochemical Wastewater Treatment and Recycling Toilets for the Developing World – C. Cid, Y. Qu, and M. R. Hoffmann (California Institute of Technology)

F03 Session 4 – 16:00 – 18:00 Co-Chair: Juan Manuel Peralta-Hernández 16:00

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Electrochemical Oxidation and Advanced Oxidation Processes Using 3D Hexagonal Co3O4 Arrays Anode for 4-Nitrophenol Decomposition Coupled with Simultaneous CO2 Conversion to Liquid Fuels Via Flowerlike CuO Cathode – Z. Jian-Ping (Nanchang Hangkong University) Removal of Silica from in-Situ Produced Water By Electrocoagulation – E. P. L. Roberts, T. Shu, B. Fuladpanjeh-Hojaghan, N. Yasri, and M. Trifkovic (University of Calgary) Electrochemical Processes for Improved Efficiency of the Environmental Control and Life Support System – S. H. Vijapur, D. Wang, T. D. Hall (Faraday Technology, Inc.), A. Pena (University of Puerto Rico, Physics, Mayaguez), E. J. Taylor (Faraday Technology, Inc.), and C. R. Cabrera (University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus) Sonoelectrochemical Reduction of Tetrabromobisphenol-a at Silver Cathodes in Dimethylformamide – E. C. R. McKenzie and D. G. Peters (Indiana University)

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(Invited) Visible Light Driven Photoelectrocatalytic Degradation of Acid Yellow 17 Dye Using Thin Film Sn3O4 Flowers-like Nanostructurred Supporting Onto Ti – M. V. B. Zanoni (university of São Paulo State - UNESP), A. Huda (Sriwijaya University, Palembang, Indonesia), P. H. Suman, M. O. Orlandi, and L. D. M. Torquato (UNESP)

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Semiconductor Wafer Bonding: Science, Technology, and Applications 15 Electronics and Photonics Universal 14, Expo Center

Si, SiGe and III-V Bonding – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Karl D. Hobart and Maik Wiemer 08:00

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Study of the Effects of the Use of Synthetic Domestic Water in an Electro-Fenton Reactor for the Discoloration of Brilliant Blue – E. Camacho IV (CIDETEQ.), L. A. Godinez Mora-Tovar, and I. Robles (CIDETEQ) Study of the Treatment of Helminth Ova Polluted Water By an Electro-Fenton Process – E. Becerra IV, L. A. Godinez Mora-Tovar, and I. Robles (CIDETEQ) Redox Conversion of Organic and Inorganic Pollutants in Ice – K. Kim (Korea Polar Research Institute) Effect of the Oxygenated Diamond Surface on the Electrochemical Oxidation of DBT and 4,6-DMDBT – O. Ornelas-Dávila (Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla), L. LacalleBergeron (Universidad Jaume I), M. M. Dávila-Jiménez (Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla), J. Beltrán-Arandes (Universidad Jaume I,), A. F. Roig- Navarro, and J. V. Sancho- Llopis (Universidad Jaume I) Sulfate Ions Removal Contained in Water from Abandoned Mines Using an Electrocoagulation Process without Recirculation – G. Carreño, B. González Cárdenas, M. J. Puy y Alquiza, R. Miranda Avilés, A. Jacobo Azuara, and C. D. Moncada Sánchez (Universidad de Guanajuato) Evaluation of a New Electrochemical Concept for Vacuum Toilet Wastewater Treatment - Comparison with Ozonation and Perozone Processes – D. R. Haupt, M. Sievers (CUTEC Research Center for Environmental Technologies), T. Muddemann, and U. Kunz (Clausthal University of Technology) Study to Carry out the Degradation of Industrial Dyes Applying Electrochemical/ BDD Process in a Laboratory Stirred Tank Reactor – S. Alcocer, A. R. Picos, A. Uribe (UNIVERSIDAD DE GUANAJUATO), T. Pérez (Universidad de Guanajuato), and J. M. Peralta-Hernández (UNIVERSIDAD DE GUANAJUATO)

(Invited) Monolithic Integration of SiCMOS and III-V-on-Si through Direct Wafer Bonding Process – K. H. Lee, Y. Wang, B. Wang, L. Zhang, W. Sasangka, K. E. Lee (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems), and E. A. Fitzgerald (SMART Low Energy Electronic Systems, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Atomistic Structure of Low-Resistance Si/ GaAs Heterointerfaces Fabricated By SurfaceActivated Bonding at Room Temperature – Y. Ohno (IMR, Tohoku University), H. Yoshida, S. Takeda (ISIR, Osaka University), J. Liang, and N. Shigekawa (Osaka City University) The Role of Misorientation in Direct Wafer Bonded III-V Materials – M. Liao, V. Tran, M. Yee, M. Seal (University of California, Los Angeles), and M. S. Goorsky (University of California Los Angeles) Si-Ge Heterostructure Fabricated By Room Temperature Wafer Bonding – N. Razek, V. Dragoi (EV Group), A. Jung, and H. von Känel (Empa, Switzerland) Room Temperature Bonding of Wafers Using Si and Ge Films with Extremely Low Electrical Conductivity – M. Uomoto (FRIS, Tohoku University) and T. Shimatsu (RIEC, Tohoku University, FRIS, Tohoku University)

Low Temperature and Surface Activated Bonding – 10:20 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Mark S. Goorsky and Kwang Hong Lee 10:20

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(Invited) Low-Temperature Particle- and Printing Based Wafer Level Bonding Processes – M. Wiemer, T. Schroeder, D. Wuensch, T. Seifert, F. Roscher, E. Gross, and T. Otto (Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nanosystems) Surface Activated Bonding -from the Standard SAB to Modified SAB – T. Suga (School of Engineering, Univ. Tokyo) Surface Activated Bonding of LiNbO3 and GaN at Room Temperature – R. Takigawa (Kyushu University), E. Higurashi (AIST), and T. Asano (Kyushu University) Investigation of Residual Strain in 4H-SiC/ Si Heterostructures Fabricated By Surface Activated Bonding – J. Liang (Osaka City University), Y. Zhou (University of Bristol University), S. Yamajor (Osaka City University), M. Arai (New Japan Radio Co. Ltd.), M. Kuball (University of Bristol), and N. Shigekawa (Osaka City University)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


Hermetic Packaging and Optical Devices – 14:00 – 16:00 Co-Chairs: Roy Knechtel and Chuan Seng Tan 14:00

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(Invited) Hermetic Wafer-Level Packaging of Microbolometers for Uncooled Thermal Cameras – Z. Abboud (École Polytechnique de Montréal, Teledyne DALSA Semiconductor), D. Chagnon, S. Assali, M. Fortin-Deschenes (École Polytechnique de Montréal), C. Coia (Teledyne DALSA Semiconductor), and O. Moutanabbir (École Polytechnique de Montréal) Chemical Mechanical Polishing and Direct Bonding of YAG and Y2O3 – M. S. Goorsky (University of California Los Angeles) and J. McKay (UCLA) Direct Bonding of Stiff Glass Components with High Alignment Precision for Optical Applications in Space – C. Rothhardt, K. Grabowski, T. Flügel-Paul, S. Risse, R. Eberhardt, and A. Tünnermann (Fraunhofer IOF) Collective Die Direct Bonding for Photonic on Silicon Application – L. Sanchez, F. Fournel, B. Montmayeul, L. Bally, B. Szelag, and L. Adelmini (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LETI) Atomic Diffusion Bonding for Optical Devices with High Optical Density – G. Yonezawa, Y. Takahashi, Y. Sato (Sony Corp.), S. Abe (Sony Global Manufacturing & Operations Corp.), M. Uomoto (FRIS, Tohoku University), and T. Shimatsu (FRIS, Tohoku University, RIEC, Tohoku University)

SiGe, Ge, and Related Compounds: Materials, Processing, and Devices 8

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Metrology – 14:00 – 15:50 Co-Chair: Andreas Schulze 14:00

1067

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Strain Engineering – 08:30 – 10:10 Co-Chair: Atsushi Ogura 08:30

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(Invited) Raman Stress Measurements at the Nanoscale – T. Nuytten, J. Bogdanowicz (imec), L. Witters (Imec), G. Eneman (imec, Belgium), T. Hantschel (imec), A. Schulze, P. Favia, H. Bender (imec, Belgium), I. De Wolf, W. Vandervorst, and P. van der Heide (imec) (Invited) Composition and Strain Engineering of New Group-IV Thermoelectric Materials – M. Kurosawa (Nagoya University, JSTPRESTO), Y. Imai, T. Iwahashi (Nagoya University), K. Takahashi (Nagoya University, JSPS), M. Sakashita, O. Nakatsuka, and S. Zaima (Nagoya University) Evaluation of Anisotropic Three-Dimensional Strain Relaxation in Stripe-Shaped Ge1XSnx Mesa Structure – Y. Takahashi (Meiji University), R. Yokogawa (JSPS Research Fellow, Meiji University), T. Murakami (Meiji University), I. Hirosawa (Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research Institute), K. Suda, and A. Ogura (Meiji University) Relationship between Phonon and Thermal Properties of Group IV Studied By Molecular Dynamics Simulation – M. Tomita, M. Ogasawara, T. Terada, and T. Watanabe (Waseda University)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

(Invited) Full Wafer CMOS-Compatible Integration of Ge with Si By Direct Wafer Bonding – F. Gity (Tyndall National Institute) The Growth of GeSn Layer on Patterned Si Substrate by MBE Method – C. Li (School of Science, Minzu University of China), S. Feng, X. Chen, Y. Wang (School of Science,Minzu University of China), and B. Cheng (Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences) Melting and Crystallization of Amorphous Germanium Films on Insulating Substrate By Atmospheric Pressure Micro-Thermal-PlasmaJet – S. Higashi, H. Harada, and T. Nakatani (Hiroshima University) Boosting Ge-Epi P-Well Mobility & Crystal Quality with Si or Sn Implantation and Melt Annealing – J. O. Borland (J.O.B. Technologies), A. Joshi (Active Layer Parametrics), B. Basol (ALP Inc), Y. J. Lee (National Nano Device Labs), T. Kuroi (Nissin), T. Tabata (LASSE-Screen), K. Huet (SCREEN-LASSE, Gennevilliers, France), G. Goodman, N. Khapochkina, and T. Buyuklimanli (EAG) (Invited) Si(1-x)Gex/Si Mqw Based Uncooled Microbolometer Development and Integration into 130nm Bicmos Technology – C. Baristiran Kaynak, Y. Yamamoto, A. Göritz, M. Wietstruck (IHP), Y. Gurbuz (Sabanci University), and M. Kaynak (IHP)

(Invited) Advanced CMOS Scaling: Challenges, Metrology and Characterization Needs – S. S. Liao (Logic Technology Development, Intel Corporation) (Invited) High-Resolution X-Ray Diffraction Characterization and Metrology for Advanced Logic – M. Wormington (Bruker Semiconductor Division (USA)), P. A. Ryan (Bruker Semiconductor Division (UK)), N. Kasper (Bruker Semiconductor Division (Germany)), and P. Gin (Bruker Semiconductor Division (USA)) Ascertaining the Nature and Distribution of Extended Crystalline Defects in Emerging Semiconductor Materials Using Electron Channeling Experiments – A. Schulze (imec, Belgium), H. Han (IMEC, KU Leuven), L. Strakos, T. Vystavel (Thermo Fisher Scientific), C. Porret (Imec vzw), M. Baryshnikova (IMEC), Y. Mols, B. Kunert, R. Loo (imec), W. Vandervorst (imec, KU Leuven), and M. Caymax (imec, Belgium) (Invited) Determining Composition and Strain in Sige Alloys Using Raman Spectroscopy: An Unfinished Story – I. De Wolf (KU Leuven, imec), V. Simons, S. A. Srinivasan, P. Verheyen, and R. Loo (imec)

153

Wednesday, October 3

Electronics and Photonics Universal 13, Expo Center

Processing – 10:30 – 12:30 Co-Chair: Andreas Mai


Epitaxy 2 – 16:10 – 17:50 Co-Chair: Jean-Michel Hartmann 16:10

16:40

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Wednesday, October 3

G04

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(Invited) Epitaxy of Direct Bandgap Group IV Si-Ge-Sn Alloys Towards Heterostructure Light Emitters – N. von den Driesch (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, RWTH Aachen), D. Stange, D. Rainko, I. Povstugar, U. Breuer (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH), J. M. Hartmann (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LETI, 38000 Grenoble, France), G. Capellini (IHP-Innovations for High Performance Microelectronics, Dip. Scienze, Università Roma Tre), S. Mantl, D. Grützmacher, and D. Buca (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH) Advantages of Faceted P-Raised Source/ Drain in Fully Depleted Silicon on Insulator Technology – Ö. I. Aydin (GLOBALFOUNDRIES), J. R. Holt (GLOBALFOUNDRIES INC.), L. Vanamurthy (GLOBALFOUNDRIES), T. Feudel (globalfoundries), C. Le Royer (CEA-LETI), T. Heyne, R. Gerber, M. Lenski, G. R. Mulfinger, T. J. McArdle, S. Jansen, D. Utess, C. Klein, A. Peeva, D. Barge, E. Smith, C. Peters, and J. U. Sachse (GLOBALFOUNDRIES) Investigation of the Growth of Si-Ge-Sn Pseudomorphic Layers on 200 mm Ge Virtual Substrates: Impact of Growth Pressure, HCl and Si2H6 Flows – R. Khazaka (CEA-LETI), J. Aubin (CEA, LETI, Minatec Campus, Grenoble, France), E. Nolot (CEA, LETI), and J. M. Hartmann (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LETI, 38000 Grenoble, France) (Invited) Low-Resistance Ferromagnet/ Germanium Schottky-Tunnel Contacts for Spintronic Applications – K. Hamaya (Osaka University, Center for Spintronics Research Network), T. Naito, M. Tsukahara, M. Yamada (Osaka University), and K. Sawano (Tokyo City University)

08:30

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(Invited) Compact Telluride Films Prepared By Electrochemical Deposition and Their Applications for Integrated MicroThermoelectric Devices – G. Li (IFW Dresden), J. Garcia, T. Sieger (IFW Dresden, Dresden, Germany), L. U. Schnatmann, D. A. Lara Ramos (IFW Dresden, Technische Universität Dresden), V. Barati (IFW Dresden, Dresden, Germany, Technische Universität Dresden), N. Perez Rodriguez, H. Reith, G. Schierning (IFW Dresden, Dresden, Germany), and K. Nielsch (IFW Dresden, Dresden, Germany, Technische Universität Dresden) (Invited) Heterogeneous Liquid Metal Particle Composites for Thermal Interface Materials – R. Y. Wang (Arizona State University)

(Invited) Evaporation and Degradation Models for Prediction Long Term Behavior of Thermoelectric PbTe-Based Couples – Y. Sadia, D. Ben-Ayoun, and Y. Gelbstien (Ben Gurion University) Thermal Transport across a Semiconductor/ Semiconductor Interface: A First-PrinciplesBased Approach – J. Maassen and V. Askarpour (Dalhousie University) (Invited) Controlling Electron and Photon Transport Via Nanoengineering – Z. Xiong and J. Tang (University of Hong Kong) (Invited) Ionic Thermoelectric Effects and Thermally Chargeable Solid-State Supercapacitors – C. Yu (Texas A&M University) (Invited) Organic Thermoelectric Materials and Devices Enabling New Thermal Management and Conversion Technologies – S. K. Yee (Georgia Institute of Technology)

G04 Session 3 – 14:30 – 17:30 Co-Chair: Colm O’Dwyer 14:30

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Electronics and Photonics / Energy Technology Universal 16, Expo Center

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(Invited) Tubular Thermoelectric Generator for Enhanced Power Generation – M. M. Hussain, D. N. Singh (KAUST), A. T. Kutbee (KAU and KAUST), M. T. Ghoneim (KAUST and MIT), and A. M. Hussain (IIIT and KAUST)

G04 Session 2 – 10:00 – 12:50 Co-Chair: Colm O’Dwyer

Thermoelectric and Thermal Interface Materials 4

G04 Session 1 – 08:00 – 09:30 Co-Chair: Jaeho Lee 08:00

09:00

(Invited) Development of Thermoelectric Materials and Thermal Interface Materials By Pulsed Electroplating – D. Xu (The Chinese University of Hong Kong) (Invited) First Principles Study of Electron Mobility of Mg2Si and Beyond – F. Meng (Clemson University), J. Ma (Shenzhen University), J. He (Clemson), and W. Li (Shenzhen University) Impact of Ni Content on the Thermoelectric Properties of Half-Heusler Thermoelectrics – Y. Tang, D. Landmann, and C. Battaglia (Empa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science) (Invited) Thermoelectric Studies of Graphene Antidot Lattices and Beyond – Q. Hao (University of Arizona) (Invited) Advances in Testing Inorganic & Hybrid Organic Thermoelectric Thin Films – H. Baumgart (Old Dominion University, ECE Department), X. Chen (Applied Research Center), V. Linseis (Leibniz Institute for Solid State & Mat. Research (IFW)), E. Redel (IFG (institute of Functional Interfaces), KIT (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)), and H. Reith (IFW Dresden, Dresden, Germany) Electrodeposition in Supercritical Fluids – A. Black, P. N. Bartlett, D. A. Cook, G. Reid, W. Zhang, D. C. Smith, and M. Alibouri (University of Southampton) Thermoelectric Characteristics of N-type Bi-Te Materials by Powder-Based Sintering Process – H. Y. Koo, G. H. Ha, and M. S. Park (Korea Institute of Materials Science (KIMS))

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


G04 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center •

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Thermoelectric Properties of Synthesized P-Type Bi-Te-Sb Bulk Materials By Oxide Reduction Process – M. S. Park, G. H. Ha, and H. Y. Koo (Korea Institute of Materials Science (KIMS)) Wet Etching Method for the Electroless Ni–P Plating of Bi2-Te3 Thermoelectric Elements – S. H. Bae, I. Son (Kyungpook National University), and K. T. Kim (Korea Institute of Materials Science) Change in Thermal Conductivity By Hydrogen Intercalation in Amorphous WO3 Film – A. Nakamura, S. Harada, R. Kobayashi, M. Tagawa, and T. Ujihara (Nagoya University)

Materials, Formulation, and Processes for Semiconductor, 2.5 and 3D Chip Packaging, and High Density Interconnection PCB Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology Universal 15, Expo Center

Plasma Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 3 – 09:00 – 11:20 Co-Chairs: Dennis W. Hess and Oana Leonte 1146

09:20

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Multifunctional Materials for Emerging Technologies – F. Rosei (INRS) (Invited) Fine Temperature Monitoring of Si Wafer for Plasma Processing – M. Ito (Meijo University), T. Tsutsumi (Nagoya University), T. Ohta (Meijo University), and M. Hori (Nagoya University) Characterizing Thermal Transport to Inform Process Design – A. Marconnet (Purdue University) (Invited) Patterning of Embedded STT-MRAM Devices: Challenges and Solutions – I. Berry (Lam Research), J. Park, J. Kim (Samsung Electronics), B. Min, T. Lill, and V. Vahedi (Lam Research) Atmospheric Plasma Synthesized and Surface Engineered Silicon and Graphene Nanocrystals in Energy Applications – V. Svrcek (AIST) (Invited) The Mechanism of Surface Modifications of Photoresist Material in Plasma Etching Nano Processes – M. Hori, Y. Zhang, and K. Ishikawa (Nagoya University) Plasma Deposited Metal-Oxide Nanosensors for Amine Detection – G. Filipič (Jozef Stefan Institute), J. Gruenwald (Gruenwald Laboratories GmbH), H. Puliyalil (Jozef Stefan Institute, Jamova 39, Ljubljana, Slovenia, IMEC), J. Zavašnik (Jozef Stefan Institute, Jamova 39, Ljubljana, Slovenia, Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung, Germany), and U. Cvelbar (Jozef Stefan Institute)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

High Purity and High Mobility Semiconductors 15 Electronics and Photonics Universal 24, Expo Center

Advanced Substrates – 08:20 – 09:30 Co-Chairs: Eddy Roger Simoen and Oleg Kononchuk 08:20 08:30 1173

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Introductory Remarks (Invited) Computer Simulation of Intrinsic Point Defect Behaviors Valid for All Pulling Conditions in Large-Diameter Czochralski Si Crystal Growth – K. Sueoka, S. Yamaoka, K. Kobayashi (Okayama Prefectural University), S. Maeda (GlobalWafers Japan Co., Ltd.), Y. Mukaiyama, M. Iizuka (STR Japan K.K.), and V. M. Mamedov, (STR Group, Inc. - Soft Impact, Ltd.) (Invited) High Performance Utb Geoi N and Pmosfets Featuring HeteroLayer-Lift-Off (HELLO) Technology – W. H. Chang, T. Irisawa, H. Ishii, H. Hattori, H. Ota, H. Takagi, Y. Kurashima, N. Uchida, and T. Maeda (AIST)

Advanced Si and Ge CMOS – 10:00 – 12:30 Co-Chairs: Koji Sueoka and Eddy Roger Simoen 10:00

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(Invited) SOI Wafer Technology for Advanced Mos Applications – O. Kononchuk (SOITEC), D. Landru (SOITEC, Parc Techno des Fontaines F-38190 Bernin, France), D. Massy, N. Ben Mohamed (SOITEC), Y. Kim (SOITEC, Parc Techno des Fontaines F-38190 Bernin, France), P. Acosta-Alba (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LETI, 38000 Grenoble, France), and F. Rieutord (CEA-INAC) (Invited) Next Generation CMOS Devices: Transistor Module Challenges and Opportunities – B. P. Colombeau (Applied Materials) (Invited) Impact of Some Processing Steps Onto the Strain Distributions in Fdsoi CMOS Planar Devices: A Contribution of DarkField Electron Holography – V. Boureau (CEA-LETI), D. Benoit (STMicroelectronics Crolles), and A. Claverie (CEMES-CNRS) (Invited) Appearance of High Mobility Carriers in Strained Epitaxial Germanium – M. Myronov (The University of Warwick) (Invited) Issues with N-Type Dopants in Germanium – D. Skarlatos (University of Patras), V. Ioannou-Sougleridis (NSCR Demokritos), M. Barozzi, G. Pepponi (CMM-MNF, Fondazione Bruno Kessler), N. Z. Vouroutzis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), D. Velessiotis (NCSR Demokritos), J. Stoemenos (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), N. Zographos (Synopsys Switzerland LLC), and B. P. Colombeau (Applied Materials)

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Wednesday, October 3

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Oxygen, Nitrogen and Carbon in Silicon – 14:00 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Gudrun Kissinger and Alain Claverie 14:00

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(Invited) Oxygen in Silicon: End of the Story? – G. Kissinger, D. Kot, M. A. Schubert, J. Dabrowski (IHP), T. Mueller, and A. Sattler (Siltronic AG) 14:30 1181 (Invited) Oxygen Precipitation in Highly Doped Silicon Substrates – M. Porrini, V. Voronkov, and A. Giannattasio (MEMC Electronic Materials, a GlobalWafers Company) 15:00 1182 Measurement of Low Concentration Nitrogen in CZ Silicon By Infrared Absorption Spectroscopy of Local Vibration Modes of Shallow Thermal Donors – N. Inoue (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Osaka Prefecture University) and Y. Kawamura (Osaka Prefecture University) 15:20 Break 15:40 1183 VOn Complexes in Rapid Thermal Annealing Pre-Treated Czochralski Silicon Wafers Investigated By FTIR Spectroscopy – D. Kot, G. Kissinger (IHP), and A. Sattler (Siltronic AG) 16:00 1184 Measurement of Low Carbon Concentration in Polycrystalline Silicon By Second Generation Infrared Absorption Spectroscopy – N. Inoue (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Osaka Prefecture University) and Y. Kawamura (Osaka Prefecture University)

H03

14:30

Thin Film Transistor Technologies 14 (TFTT 14) Electronics and Photonics Universal 6, Expo Center

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H03 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center

Wednesday, October 3

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Oxide TFT Fabrication Processes 2 – 09:00 – 10:40 Co-Chair: Deji Akinwande 09:00

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(Invited) Low-Temperature Activation Method for InGaZnOx Thin-Film Transistors – M. Furuta (Kochi University of Technology, Japan), A. S. G. Mehadi, Y. Magari, and K. Daichi (Kochi University of Technology) (Invited) High Performance Amorphous in-W-Zn-O Thin Film Transistor with Ultra-Thin Active Channel for Low Voltage Operation – P. T. Liu, P. Y. Kuo, and S. M. Hsu (Department of Photonics, National Chiao Tung University) Back-Channel Etched Double Layer inW-O/in-W-Zn-O Thin-Film Transistors – Z. H. Li, P. Y. Kuo, W. T. Chen, and P. T. Liu (Department of Photonics, National Chiao Tung University) Channel-Length Dependent Performance Degradation of Thermally Stressed IndiumGallium-Zinc-Oxide TFTs – M. S. Kabir, P. Ganesh, H. Sethupathi, J. Okvath, J. Konowitch (Rochester Institute of Technology), R. G. Manley (Corning Research and Development Corporation), and K. D. Hirschman (Rochester Institute of Technology)

TFTs Beyond Display Applications – 14:00 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: Yue Kuo and Olivier Bonnaud 14:00

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(Invited) Multi-Terminal Oxide-Based Electric-Double-Layer Tfts for Neuromorphic Systems – Q. Wan (Nanjing University)

(Invited) Progress in Flexible 2D Nanoelectronics – S. Park (UT Austin, Microelectronics Research Cen), W. Zhu (The University of Texas, Austin), and D. Akinwande (The University of Texas at Austin) (Invited) Solution-Gated Organic Thin Film Transistors for High-Performance Biosensors – F. Yan (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University) Break (Invited) Dual-Gate TFT for Chemical Detection – F. le Bihan (IETR, Univ Rennes1), L. Donero (Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel, IETR), B. LE Borgne, O. De Sagazan (IETR, Univ Rennes1), P. Y. Tessier (Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel – IMN), A. El Mel (Institut des Matériaux Jean Rouxel), E. Kovacevic (GREMI, UMR 7344 CNRS and Université d’Orléans), and L. Le Brizoual (IETR, Univ Rennes1) Integrated Taste Sensor Circuit with Oxide TFT – Y. L. Han, I. H. Kang, S. H. Hwang (Hoseo University), Y. J. Baek (Hoseo university), and B. S. Bae (Hoseo University) (Invited) Printed Poly-Si TFTs on Paper for Beyond Plastic Electronics – R. Ishihara, M. Trifunovic, P. Sberna (Delft University of Technology), and T. Shimoda (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

Solution Based Al2O3 Gate Insulator for Low Temperature Poly Silicon TFT – H. C. Yang, S. H. Hwang (Hoseo University), Y. J. Baek, S. M. Lee (Hoseo university), T. Okada, T. Noguchi (University of the Ryukyus), and B. S. Bae (Hoseo University) Oxide TFT Comparator Suitable for Bio Sensor Platform – I. H. Kang, Y. L. Han, S. H. Hwang (Hoseo University), Y. J. Baek (Hoseo university), and B. S. Bae (Hoseo University) Low Power Consumption Oxide Thin Film Transistor – S. H. Hwang (Hoseo University), S. M. Lee, Y. J. Baek (Hoseo university), I. H. Kang, Y. L. Han, and B. S. Bae (Hoseo University) Vertical Channel a-IGZO Thin Film Transistors Using Thin Gate Dielectric – Y. J. Baek (Hoseo university), S. H. Hwang (Hoseo University), S. M. Lee (Hoseo university), Y. L. Han, I. H. Kang, and B. S. Bae (Hoseo University) Interfacial Reaction between Metal and Oxide – S. M. Lee (Hoseo university), S. H. Hwang (Hoseo University), Y. J. Baek (Hoseo university), Y. L. Han, I. H. Kang, and B. S. Bae (Hoseo University) Clock-Generator Embedded Charge Pump Circuit Using Oxide TFT – M. S. Kang, I. H. Kang, Y. L. Han, S. H. Hwang (Hoseo University), Y. J. Baek, S. M. Lee (Hoseo university), and B. S. Bae (Hoseo University) Bottom-Metal Induced Leakage Current of LTPS Diode for ESD Protection – H. W. Hwang, K. W. Kim (Yonsei University), Y. M. Ha (LG Display), and H. J. Kim (Yonsei University) AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Electrical and Reliability Properties of Tungsten Doped Indium Based Oxide Thin Film Transistor Fabricated on Polyimide Substrate – M. C. Yu, P. T. Liu, D. B. Ruan (National Chiao Tung University), Z. H. Li (Department of Photonics, National Chiao Tung University), Y. C. Chiu, K. J. Gan, T. C. Chien, Y. H. Chen (National Chiao Tung University), P. Y. Kuo (Department of Photonics, National Chiao Tung University), and S. M. Sze (National Chiao Tung University)

Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Electronic and Photonic Devices 11

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(Invited) Ion Transport in Low-Dimensional Ionic Conductors – C. Battaglia (Empa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science) (Invited) Probing Electrochemical Reactions Under Operando Condition – B. Liu (Nanyang Technological University) Metal Junction Interface and Surface Transport Properties of Halide Perovskite – C. H. Lin, T. Y. Li, B. Cheng, J. J. Ke, T. C. Wei (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology), and J. H. He (KING ABDULLAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY) Au@Cd1-Xznxse Yolk@Shell Nanocrystals: Interfacial Charge Dynamics and Photocatalytic Hydrogen Generation – J. WU (National Chiao Tung University) Practical Solar Hydrogen Production Using Z-Scheme Photocathodes – C. W. Tsao (National Chiao Tung University)

Two Dimensional Materials 3 – 10:30 – 12:30 Co-Chairs: Zijian Zheng and Hsiang-Chen Wang 10:30

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Electronics and Photonics Universal 5, Expo Center

SiC Technologies 1 – 09:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Andrew A. Allerman and Eric P Carlson 09:00

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(Invited) Molybdenum Disulfide Biosensors – H. C. Wang (National Chung Cheng University) (Invited) in-Vacuo Studies of MBE Grown Transition Metal Dichalcogenides – P. M. Litwin and S. J. McDonnell (the University of Virginia) (Invited) Molybdenum Sources Containing Alkali-Metals for the Low Temperature Growth of Optical Grade Monolayer MoS2 – H. Medina, S. W. Tong, W. Yang, C. Manzano, L. K. Tan, S. L. Wong, W. W. Tjiu, and D. Chi (A*STAR Institute for Materials Research & Engineering) (Invited) Carbon Nanotube Transistors for Flat Panel Display Application – X. Liang, J. Zhao, Q. Huang, and F. Liu (Department of Electronics in Peking University)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

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(Invited) Growing Large Diameter 4H SiC Boules – Furnace, PVT Growth and Characterization – G. Dhanaraj, K. Motepally, S. Hemstad, and L. Rowland (Aymont Technology Inc) Evaluation of Model for Determining Nitrogen Doping Concentration from Resultant Strain in Heavily Doped 4H-SiC Crystals – T. Ailihumaer, Y. Yang, J. Guo, B. Raghothamachar, and M. Dudley (Stony Brook University) Significant Structural Distortion in the Surface Region of 4H-SiC Induced By Thermal Oxidation and Recovered By Ar Annealing – K. Kita and A. D. Hatmanto (The University of Tokyo) Break (Invited) Characterization of UV Excitation Accelerated Material Changes on As-Grown SiC Epitaxial Layers and Their Impact on Defect Detection – H. Das, S. Sunkari, A. Konstantinov, K. Gumaelius, J. O. Svedberg, and F. Allerstam (ON Semiconductor) In-Situ Synchrotron X-Ray Topography Study on the Stress Relaxation Process in 4H-SiC Homoepitaxial Layers – J. Guo, B. Raghothamachar, and M. Dudley (Stony Brook University) Development of High Temperature Operation SiC Power Module – S. Sato, F. Kato (AIST), H. Tanisawa (AIST, Sanken Electric Co., Ltd.), K. Koui (AIST, Calsonic Kansei Corp.,), K. Watanabe (AIST), Y. Murakami (NISSAN MOTOR CO., LTD.), and H. Sato (AIST)

SiC Technologies 2 – 14:00 – 15:20 Co-Chairs: Hrishikesh Das and Govindhan Dhanaraj 14:00

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(Invited) Controlling the Carbon Vacancy in 4H-SiC By Thermal Processing – B. G. Svensson, H. M. Ayedh, M. E. Baathen, A. Galeckas (University of Oslo), J. U. Hassan, J. P. Bergman (Linkoping University), R. Nipoti (CNR-IMM Bologna), and A. Hallen (Royal Institute of Technology) Study on Properties of Baseplate Material for High Temperature Operation SiC Power Module – K. Koui (AIST, Calsonic Kansei Corp.,), F. Kato (AIST), H. Tanisawa (AIST, Sanken Electric Co., Ltd.), S. Sato (AIST), Y. Murakami (NISSAN MOTOR CO., LTD.), and H. Sato (AIST) Thermal Resistance Evaluation of LowInductance Double Stacked Sin-AMC Substrate for High-Temperature Operation SiC Power Module – F. Kato, S. Sato (AIST), H. Tanisawa (AIST, Sanken Electric Co., Ltd.), K. Koui (AIST, Calsonic Kansei Corp.,), A. Sakai, K. Watanabe, M. Takeuchi (AIST), Y. Murakami (NISSAN MOTOR CO., LTD.), H. Yamaguchi, and H. Sato (AIST)

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Gallium Nitride and Silicon Carbide Power Technologies 8

Electronics and Photonics Universal 20, Expo Center

Energy Harvesting and Storage 3 – 08:00 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Yuegang Zhang and Bin Liu

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Electronic, Thermal, and Electrochemical Properties of Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs): Technology, Applications, and Emerging Devices 1 Electronics and Photonics / Energy Technology / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Universal 19, Expo Center

Thermal/Termoelectric and Other MOF Aspects – 08:10 – 11:50 Co-Chairs: Christof Wöll, Helmut Baumgart, Jinxuan Liu and Mark D. Allendorf 08:10

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(Invited) Progress Towards the Design of Metal-Organic Frameworks with Targeted Thermal Conductivities – C. E. Wilmer, H. Babaei, K. Sezginel, and P. A. Asinger (University of Pittsburgh) The Thermal Properties of Pristine and Loaded HKUST-1 Thin Films Under Different Environmental Conditions – M. E. DeCoster (University of Virginia), E. Redel (IFG (Institute of Functional lnterfaces)), H. Baumgart (Old Dominion University, ECE Department), and P. E. Hopkins (University of Virginia) Thermal Expansion Control in Metal-Organic Frameworks – N. Burtch (Sandia National Laboratories) Break (Invited) Dimensional Crossover for New Functionalities in MOFs – H. Kitagawa (Kyoto University) Thermoelectric Characterization of Copper Hexacyanoferrate – P. Hosseini, G. Wittstock (Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg), M. Kumari (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)), E. Redel (IFG (Institute of Functional lnterfaces)), P. Lin (Applied Research Center), K. Zhang (Old Dominion University), and H. Baumgart (Old Dominion University, ECE Department) Local Static and Dynamic Field Fluctuations Near the Cu-Ion in HKUST-1 from 63cu-NMR – O. O. Bernal, G. O’Dea (California State University, Los Angeles), Z. H. Mohammed (Institute of Functional Interfaces, KIT, Germany), E. Redel (IFG (Institute of Functional lnterfaces)), and H. Baumgart (Old Dominion University, ECE Department) (Invited) Leaving the Simple Models behind: How Surface Mounted Metal-Organic Frameworks (SURMOFs) Grow – A. Terfort (Goethe University Frankfurt)

MOF Devices and Applications – 13:30 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Hiroshi Kitagawa, Gunther Wittstock, Christof Wöll and Engelbert Redel 13:30

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(Invited) Device Fabrication – Positioning and Alignment of MOF Crystals – P. Falcaro (Graz University of Technology) (Invited) Optoelectronic Processes in Covalent Organic Frameworks – T. Bein (University of Munich (LMU)) (Invited) MOF Thin Film Based Chemiresistor Gas Sensors – G. Xu (FJIRSM, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Catalyst Activity/Durability for Hydrogen (-Reformate) Acidic Fuel Cells

(Invited) Fabrication of MOFs Membranes for Molecular Separation – S. Qiu and M. Xue (Jilin University) 15:30 Break 16:00 1346 (Invited) Moving Electrons and Holes through Porous MOFs and MOF-Supported Catalysts – S. Goswami, C. W. Kung, R. Palmer (Northwestern University), O. K. Farha (King Abdulaziz University), and J. T. Hupp (Northwestern University) 16:30 1347 (Invited) Conductive Metal Dithiolene MOFs for Electrocatalytic Applications – S. C. Marinescu (University of Southern California) 17:00 1348 Hexahydroxytriphenylene/NiII MOF Compounds for Oxygen Reduction Reaction Catalysis – F. Moreau, A. Tissot (Ecole Normale Superieure - Paris), A. Grimaud (CNRS - Collège de France), J. M. Tarascon (Collège de France), and C. Serre (Ecole Normale Superieure - Paris) 17:25 1349 Metal-Organic Frameworks Based Materials for Electrocatalyst – G. Li (Sun Yat-Sen University) 17:50 Best Poster - Award 17:52 Best Scientific Paper - Award 17:54 Best Student Paper - Award 17:56 Concluding Remarks

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 2, Sunrise Center D-3.1 Cathode Catalyst Layers and Support Materials – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Radenka Maric and Akari Hayashi 08:00

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Designing Cathode Layers for PEFC with the Low Platinum-Loading – K. Uda, Z. Noda, M. Nagayama, K. Sasaki, and A. Hayashi (Kyushu University) Effect of Hydrophobicity Gradients within MPL and MEA on PEM fuel cell performance – A. Mohseninia, D. Kartouzian, F. Regnet, J. Scholta (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung), and L. Jörissen (Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und WasserstoffForschung BW) Impact of Ionomer Dispersion on PEM Fuel Cell Performance – H. Xu, C. Lei (Giner, Inc.), Y. S. Kim (Los Alamos National Laboratory), and K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) (Invited) Platinum Supported on Graphitized Carbon Cathode for PEMFC Fabricated with Reactive Spray Deposition Technology – H. Yu, L. J. Bonville (University of Connecticut), and R. Maric (Center for Clean Energy Engineering) Intermission

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Diagnostics/Characterization Methods, MEA Design/Model Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 1, Sunrise Center

A-3.1 Catalyst Layer 1 – 08:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Jeff T. Gostick and Shawn Litster 08:00

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(Invited) Fuel Cell Electrodes – from Imaging to Quantification – J. Jankovic (University of Connecticut), D. Susac, A. Ashtiani (AFCC Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.), A. M. V. Putz (MistyWest), A. Kneer (Daimler AG), M. Sabharwal, M. Secanell (University of Alberta), and S. Zhang (DigiM Solution LLC) PEMFC Catalyst Layers: Recent Advances in Process-Structure-Property Correlations – M. Ahadi, S. Salari, A. Malekian (Simon Fraser University), M. Tam (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp.), J. Stumper, and M. Bahrami (Simon Fraser University) X-Ray Scattering Characterization of Advanced Low-Loading Oxygen Reduction Reaction Catalysts and Electrodes – N. Kariuki, D. J. Myers, J. Park (Argonne National Laboratory), K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), N. Macauley, R. Mukundan, R. L. Borup (Los Alamos National Laboratory), S. Kabir, and K. C. Neyerlin (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) Novel Method for Measuring in-Plane Effective Diffusivity of Ultrathin Catalyst Layer for PEMFC – Y. Kim and J. T. Gostick (University of Waterloo) Intermission Oxygen Transport Resistance in PEMFC Catalyst Layer Based on Ultra-Micro Electrode (UME) Theory – Z. Lu, C. Wang, M. Sulek, and J. Waldecker (Ford Motor Company) The Effect of pH on Fuel Cell Catalyst Layer Inks – S. A. Berlinger (Department of Chemical Engineering, UC Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), N. Dagan (Department of Chemical Engineering, UC Berkeley), B. D. McCloskey (Department of Chemical Engineering, UC Berkeley, ESDR, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), and A. Z. Weber (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Modeling and Experimental Studies of Mesoscopic Morphologies and Proton Conductivities of Cathode Catalyst Layers with Different Carbon Supports – H. Shintani, R. Koda, H. Ishikawa (Panasonic corporation), Y. Sugawara (Panasonic Corporation), K. Kakinuma, and M. Uchida (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi) Experimental Analysis of Oxygen Transport Resistance for Different Types of Ionomer in PEFC Catalyst – T. Iiri, Y. Tabe, and T. Chikahisa (Hokkaido University)

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Investigating the Influence of MEA Conditioning on Commercial Pt/C and Stateof-the-Art Pt-Alloy/C Electrocatalysts in a PEMFC – S. Kabir (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), D. J. Myers, N. Kariuki, A. J. Kropf, F. Cetinbas, J. Park (Argonne National Laboratory), N. Macauley, Y. T. Pan, R. Mukundan, J. S. Spendelow, R. L. Borup (Los Alamos National Laboratory), and K. C. Neyerlin (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) Fuel Cell Testing of Intermetallic Catalysts – J. S. Spendelow, Y. T. Pan, Y. S. Kim (Los Alamos National Laboratory), J. Li, S. Sun (Brown University), D. A. Cullen, and K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Reducing Mass-Transfer Polarization By Surface Functionalization of Carbon Support of PEM Fuel Cells at Low Platinum Loadings – Z. J. Fang (School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology), M. S. Lee, J. Y. Kim, J. H. Kim (KOLON Central Research Park, KOLON INDUSTRIES), and T. F. Fuller (School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology) N-Containing Carbon Nanospheres As PEFC Catalyst Support Prepared from Nature Inspired Precursor – M. N. Islam, V. Ozhukil Kollath, F. D. Mayer (University of Calgary), L. Baron, M. Secanell (University of Alberta), and K. Karan (University of Calgary) Influence of Ni and Cu “Co-Catalysts” on the Properties and ORR Performance of Hierarchical Graphene-Based Electrocatalysts with a Low Loading of Platinum – V. Di Noto, E. Negro (University of Padova, INSTM), A. Nale (University of Padova), K. Vezzù (INSTM, Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Padova), Y. Bang (University of Padova), F. Bertasi (Dept. of Industrial Engineering, University of Padova), G. Pagot (University of Padova, Centro Studi “Giorgio Levi Cases”), G. Pace (CNR-ICMATE), S. Polizzi (Department of Molecular Sciences - University of Venice), and M. Prato (IIT, Materials Characterization Facility) Activity and Stability of Carbide Derived Carbon Supports in PEMFC Application – S. Sepp, J. Nerut, K. Vaarmets, R. Kanarbik, I. Tallo, and E. Lust (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu)


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Experimental Study on Ionic Conductivity of Carbon Support within Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell Catalyst Layers – L. Hu, Y. Guo, and S. Litster (Carnegie Mellon University) Probing Interfacial (Pt/Ionomer) and Bulk Water Distribution in Ultra-Thin Films of PFSA and Pfia Ionomers on Platinum Using Neutron Reflectometry – U. Shrivastava (Univeristy of Calgary), H. Fritzsche (Canadian Nuclear Laboratories), and K. Karan (University of Calgary)

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Polymer-Electrolyte Electrolysis

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Materials for Alkaline Fuel Cells and Direct-Fuel Fuel Cells

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 8, Sunrise Center

F-3.1 Alkaline Electrolysis – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Hui Xu and Shuo Chen 08:00

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Durable Oxygen Evolution Catalysts for Alkaline Membrane Water Electrolysis – H. Xu, S. Zhao (Giner, Inc.), and G. Wu (University at Buffalo, the State University of New York) Porous Amorphous Electrocatalyst Development for Active and Durable Oxygen Evolution – F. Hu, X. Shen, Y. Pan, and Z. Peng (The University of Akron) Performant Non-Precious Metal-Oxide Electrocatalysts for Oxygen Evolution Reaction in Alkaline Media: From Electrochemical Treatments of Ni Substrates to Surfactant-Assisted Electrodeposition of Perovskites – P. Hosseini-Benhangi (The University of British Columbia, Catalyst Square Materials Ltd.), D. R. Bruce (ZincNyx Energy Solutions Inc), and E. L. Gyenge (University of British Columbia, Catalyst Square Materials Ltd.) Role of Fe-Doping in Perovskite Oxides for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction – B. Kim (Paul Scherrer Institut), E. Fabbri (Paul Scherrer Institut, Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut), D. F. Abbott, X. Cheng (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut), M. Nachtegaal (In situ X-Ray Spectroscopy, Paul Scherrer Institut), M. Borlaf (Empa, Swiss Federal Laboratories), I. E. Castelli (Technical University of Denmark), T. Graule (Empa, Swiss Federal Laboratories), and T. J. Schmidt (ETH Zürich) (Invited) High Performance and Noble-Metal Free Electrocatalysts for Water Electrolysis – S. Chen (University of Houston) Break Spray Pyrolyzed High Surface Area Ni-Based Hydrogen Evolution Electrocatalysts for AEM Electrolyzer Applications – C. Washington, T. Rockward, and U. Martinez (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Reduced Graphene Oxide-Supported Platinum Alloys for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction – A. Balčiūnaitė, R. C. P. Oliveira (CeFEMA, Instituto Superior Técnico, ULisboa), M. Sevim, Ö. Metin (Department of Chemistry, Atatürk University, Turkey), B. Sljukic, and D. M. F. Santos (CeFEMA, Instituto Superior Técnico, ULisboa)

The Effect of Cathode Catalyst on the Performance of Anion Exchange Membrane Water Electrolyzer – Z. Liu, S. D. Sajjad, J. J. Kaczur (Dioxide Materials), H. Yang (Dioxide Materials Inc), and R. Masel (Dioxide Materials) Bromide-Based Ionic Liquids for Water Electrolysis – L. Amaral, J. Minkiewicz, B. Sljukic, D. M. F. Santos, C. A. C. Sequeira (CeFEMA, Instituto Superior Técnico, ULisboa), M. Vraneš, and S. Gadžurić (Faculty of Science, University of Novi Sad, Serbia) Alkaline Electrolysis with an Ion-Solvating Membrane – J. O. Jensen, M. R. Kraglund, D. Aili, A. K. Reumert (Technical University of Denmark), M. Carmo (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH), L. N. Cleemann, and Q. Li (Technical University of Denmark) Electrolytic Solution of Anion Exchange Membrane Electrolyzer – H. Ito (Ntl Inst of Adv Indus Sci & Tech (AIST)), N. Kawaguchi, S. Someya, and T. Munakata (Ntl. Inst. of Adv. Indus. Sci. & Tech. (AIST))

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 4/5, Sunrise Center E-3.1 Direct Oxidation 1 – 08:20 – 10:00 Co-Chairs: Minhua Shao and Stuart Holmes 08:20

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(Invited) Gold Nanoparticles Modified with Platinum and Palladium As Electrocatalysts for Ethanol Oxidation Reactions – M. Shao, Z. Xing, and H. Chen (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) Synthesis and Characterization of PlatinumPraseodymium Oxide Nanocatalysts for Methanol Oxidation – P. Valk, J. Nerut, R. Kanarbik (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu), J. Aruväli, P. Paiste (University of Tartu, Institute of Ecology and Earth Sciences), I. Tallo, and E. Lust (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu) 2D Materials for the Electro Oxidation of Formic Acid – R. Gonzalez Rodriguez, M. Perez-page, and S. Holmes (The University of Manchester) Nickel-Modified Co-Mo Electrocatalysts for Ethanol Oxidation in Alkaline Medium – W. Chaitree (Florida State University) and E. E. Kalu (Florida A&M University - Florida State University COE)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Cation-Exchange Membrane Performance and Durability

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Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 7, Sunrise Center C-3.1 Membrane Degradation and Durability – 08:20 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Michael Yandrasits and Deborah Jones 08:20

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Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 4/5, Sunrise Center E-3.2 Direct Oxidation 2 – 10:20 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Aldona Balčiūnaitė and Noé Arjona 10:20

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Polymer-Electrolyte Electrolysis

Sodium Borohydride Oxidation on Varied Anode Compositions in a Hydrogen Peroxide-Direct Borohydride Fuel Cell – R. M. E. Hjelm (NRC Postdoctoral Fellowship Program), R. W. Atkinson III (ASEE Postdoctoral Fellowship Program), Y. Garsany (EXCET Inc.), R. O. Stroman (US Naval Research Laboratory), K. Swider-Lyons (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), C. Lafforgue (Grenoble Alpes - CNRS - LEPMI), and M. Chatenet (LEPMI, CNRS-Univ. Grenoble Alpes) Smooth and Fiber-Shaped Co Coatings Decorated with Pt Crystallites As the Anode Catalysts for Direct Borohydride-Hydrogen Peroxide Fuel Cells – A. Balčiūnaitė, A. Zabielaitė, Z. Sukackienė, L. TamašauskaitėTamašiūnaitė, and E. Norkus (Center for Physical Sciences and Technology) Highly-Durable Membrane Electrode Assembly for Direct Formate Solid Alkaline Fuel Cells – H. Kuroki (Kanagawa Institute of Industrial Science and Technology, Tokyo Institute of Technology), S. Miyanishi (Tokyo Institute of Technology, JST-CREST), A. Sakakibara (Tokyo Institute of Technology), T. Tamaki, S. Sasidharan (Tokyo Institute of Technology, JST-CREST), G. M. Anilkumar (R&D Center, Noritake Co., Ltd., JSTCREST), and T. Yamaguchi (Tokyo Institute of Technology, JST-CREST) Electrocatalytic Effect of the Bimetallic Composition of PtxAuy in the Sorbitol ElectroOxidation Reaction in Alkaline Medium – L. Torres-Pacheco (CIDETEQ), L. ÁlvarezContreras (CIMAV), M. Guerra-Balcázar (Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro), and N. Arjona (CIDETEQ)

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 8, Sunrise Center

F-3.2 Acidic Oxygen Evolution – 14:00 – 17:20 Co-Chairs: Christopher Rhodes and Shaun M Alia 14:00

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(Invited) Antioxidant Strategies for Hydrocarbon-Based Membranes – L. Gubler (Paul Scherrer Institut) and T. Nauser (Laboratory of Inorganic Chemistry, ETH Zürich) (Invited) Advancement of Thin, Reinforced Membranes for High-Performing, LongLasting Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – E. L. Redmond (W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc.), M. Maruyama, W. K. Liu, and S. Cleghorn (W. L. Gore and Associate, Inc.) Break A Kinetic Modeling Approach to Estimate the Lifetime of Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell Membranes Under Accelerated Stress Test Conditions – N. S. Khattra, M. El Hannach, K. H. Wong, E. Kjeang (Simon Fraser University), and M. V. Lauritzen (Ballard Power Systems Inc.) Stability of Perfluoro Bis(Sulfonyl)ImideBased Ionomers in Fuel Cell Membranes and Electrodes – M. Yandrasits, M. Lindell, S. Hamrock, A. Komlev (3M Corporate Research Materials Lab), D. M. Peppin, G. M. Haugen (3M Electronics Materials Solutions Division), E. Fort (University of St. Thomas), and K. Kalstabakken (3M Corporate Research Analytical Lab) Determination of Ce3+ and Co2+ Diffusion Coefficients in NRE211 Membrane – F. D. Coms and A. B. McQuarters (General Motors) Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell Degradation through Foreign Cation Contamination, Proton Depletion and Carbon Corrosion – C. J. Banas (Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Univ. of Connecticut), M. T. A. Arman (Dept. Mechanical Engineering, Univ. of Connecticut), M. A. Uddin (Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Univ. of Connecticut), J. Park, L. J. Bonville (University of Connecticut), and U. Pasaogullari (Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Univ. of Connecticut) Durability and Degradation of Direct Dimethyl Ether High Temperature Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells – A. Vassiliev, A. K. Reumert, J. O. Jensen, and D. Aili (Technical University of Denmark)

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Materials for Alkaline Fuel Cells and Direct-Fuel Fuel Cells


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Development of Novel Ternary Non-Pt Alloy Catalyst for Oxygen Evolution Reaction – S. W. Lee (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, GET, SIT, IIT, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology), M. S. Kim, G. S. Chai (Radiation Technology eXcellence (RTX)), and C. Pak (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology) Hydrous Iridium-Metal Oxide Nanoarchitectures for High Activity Oxygen Evolution Electrocatalysts – C. Rhodes, F. Godinez-Salomon, L. Albiter, and Y. Ying (Texas State University) Development and Evaluation of Ir Based Anode Electrocatalysts for Water Electrolysis – M. Muto, M. Nagayama, K. Sasaki, and A. Hayashi (Kyushu University) Reaction Mechanism of a Novel IrOx-Based OER Catalyst in Acidic Media – J. Cheng (I2CNER, Kyushu University), J. Yang (Kyushu University), S. Kitano, X. Cui, K. Ghuman, G. Juhász (I2CNER, Kyushu University), M. Yamauchi, and N. Nakashima (WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University) Break PEFC&E 18 Poster Awards, Star 2 High-Performance Praseodymium Doped Pyrochlore-Type Yttrium Ruthenate Electrocatalysts for Proton Exchange Membrane Water Electrolysis – Q. Feng, Z. Zhang, Y. Yao, H. Li, and H. Wang (Southern University of Science and Technology) Highly Efficient and Robust One Dimensional (1D) Transition Metal Oxide Based Nanostructured Electrocatalyst Architectures for Acid Mediated Oxygen Evolution Reaction (OER) – S. D. Ghadge (Dept. of Chemical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh), O. I. Velikokhatnyi, M. K. Datta, and P. N. Kumta (University of Pittsburgh) Surfactant-Free Preparation of Ir Based Oer Catalysts in Low Boiling Point Solvents and Their Catalytic Evaluation – F. Bizzotto (University of Bern), J. Quinson (University of Copenhagen), J. Bucher, A. Zana (University of Bern), S. Kunz (University of Bremen), and M. Arenz (University of Bern)

Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Cation-Exchange Membrane Performance and Durability Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 7, Sunrise Center

C-3.2 New Membrane Materials and Membrane Processes – 14:00 – 17:40 Co-Chairs: Peter N. Pintauro and Andrew M Herring 14:00

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Fabrication of Reinforced Tri-Layer ProtonExchange Membranes By Dual Fiber Electrospinning – D. Powers, R. Wycisk, and P. N. Pintauro (Vanderbilt University) Reinforced Composite Polymer Membrane: Research and Application for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – J. Y. Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) Break PEFC&E 18 Poster Awards, Star 2 Heteropoly Acid Functionalized Membranes for High Performance and Chemically Stable Fuel Cell Operation – A. M. Herring, A. R. Motz, and M. C. Kuo (Colorado School of Mines) Phosphonated Ionomers for Ion-Pair Coordinated High Temperature Pemfcs – A. S. Lee, E. J. Park (Los Alamos National Laboratory), V. M. Atanasov, J. Kerres (University of Stuttgart), H. Jia (Toyota Research Institute of North America), and Y. S. Kim (Los Alamos National Laboratory) New Approach to Improve the DMFC Performance By Nafion-Functionalized Graphene Oxide Matrix Membranes Using the Electrochemical Exfoliation of Graphite As a Source of the Graphene Oxide – M. Perez-page, S. Holmes, J. M. Luque-Alled, V. Orts-Mercadillo, P. Gorgojo (The University of Manchester), F. Shariff, and E. Roberts (University of Calgary) Hydrogen Production in an so2 Depolarize Electrolyzer Using Sulfonated Polybenzimidazole Membranes – D. J. Pereira, N. Kamyab (University of South Carolina), H. Colon-Mercado (Savannah River National Laboratory), A. T. Pingitore, B. C. Benicewicz, and J. W. Weidner (University of South Carolina)

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Catalyst Activity/Durability for Hydrogen (-Reformate) Acidic Fuel Cells Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 2, Sunrise Center

D-3.2 Cathode Support Materials and Non-PGM Catalysts – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Makoto Uchida and Piotr Zelenay 14:00

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Highly Active and Durable Ceramic Carbide and Nitride Cathode Materials for PEM Fuel Cells Synthesized Via Facile Methods – O. Lori (Bar-Ilan University) and L. Elbaz (Bar Ilan University) Oxygen Reduction Reaction Properties for Dry-Process Synthesized Pt/ TaCx Nanoparticles – R. Myochi, T. Nagao, Y. Fugane, S. Takahashi, N. Todoroki, and T. Wadayama (Tohoku University) Oxygen Reduction Reaction Properties of DryProcess-Synthesized Pt/Graphene/SiC(0001) Model Catalyst Surfaces – M. Watanabe, J. Moon (Tohoku University), T. Tanabe (Tohoku Univ.), N. Todoroki, and T. Wadayama (Tohoku University)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 18 (PEFC&E 18) - Diagnostics/Characterization Methods, MEA Design/Model Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Star 1, Sunrise Center

A-3.2 Catalyst Layer 2 – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Joseph D. Fairweather and Hidetoshi Matsumoto 14:00

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Ink Degradation Phenomena and Its Impact on Crack Formation of Fuel Cell Catalyst – S. Uemura, T. Yoshida, M. Koga, H. Matsumoto (Tokyo Institute of Technology), K. Shinohara (Fuel Cell Cutting-edge Research Center (FC-Cubic)), and S. Hirai (Tokyo Institute of Technology) (Invited) Catalyst Layer Interactions That Affect Coatability – M. Dixit, B. Harkey, F. Shen, and K. B. Hatzell (Vanderbilt University) Investigation of Drying Process of Catalyst Ink for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells By Grazing-Incidence X-Ray Scattering – M. Koga, H. Matsumoto, M. Tokita (Tokyo Institute of Technology), H. Masunaga (Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research Institute (JASRI)), T. Hikima (RIKEN SPring-8 Center), H. Sugimori (Fuel Cell Cutting-edge Research Center (FC-Cubic)), T. Sasabe, T. Yoshida (Tokyo Institute of Technology), K. Shinohara (Fuel Cell Cutting-edge Research Center (FC-Cubic)), and S. Hirai (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Liquid Water Uptake and Contact Angle Measurement of Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell (PEMFC) Electrodes – S. Abbou, K. Tajiri, E. Medici, and J. S. Allen (Michigan Technological University) Break PEFC&E 18 Poster Awards, Star 2 Analysis of Oxygen Transport Resistances in the Catalyst Layers with Different Carbon Supports in PEFC – T. Satake, Y. Tabe, and T. Chikahisa (Hokkaido University) Structure, Properties, and Degradation of Ultrathin Ionomer Films in Catalytic Layers of Fuel Cells Using Atomic Force Microscopy – R. Hiesgen, T. Morawietz, M. Handl (University of Applied Sciences Esslingen), and K. A. Friedrich (German Aerospace Center (DLR)) Using RH Sensitivity to Estimate Carbon Support Loss in PEMFC Electrodes – J. D. Fairweather, P. T. Yu, and B. Lakshmanan (General Motors Company, Global Fuel Cell Activities) Characterization of Catalyst Inks By Rheology and Microscopic Particle Properties – T. Suzuki, S. Okada, and S. Tsushima (Osaka University) Effect of Carbon Surface on Nafion Thin Film Hygro-Expansion and Thermal-Expansion – D. Khattar (Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur), K. J. Cleland, U. Shrivastava (Univeristy of Calgary), A. K. Singh, K. Karan, and E. Roberts (University of Calgary) 163

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Oxide-Core Pt-Shell Electrocatalysts for PEFCs: Photochemical Preparation Using SnO2 Nanoparticles – M. Nagamine (Faculty of Eng., Dep. of Hydrogen Energy Systems, Kyushu University), Z. Noda (International Research Center for Hydrogen Energy, Kyushu University), H. Manabe (Kyushu University, Faculty of Eng., Dep. of Hydrogen Energy Systems), J. Matsuda (Kyushu University, WPI-I2CNER), A. Hayashi (Platform of Inter / Transdisciplinary Energy Research, Kyushu University), and K. Sasaki (Kyushu University, Next-Generation Fuel Cell Research Center) Carbon-Free All-in-One Electrode Using Porous Ti Sheet for PEFCs – D. Kawachino, M. Yasutake, H. Odoi (Kyushu University, Faculty of Eng., Dep. Hydrogen Energy Systems), Z. Noda (International Research Center for Hydrogen Energy, Kyushu University), J. Matsuda (WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University), A. Hayashi (Platform of Inter / Transdisciplinary Energy Research, Kyushu University), and K. Sasaki (Center for Co-Evolutional Social Systems (COI), Kyushu University) Break PEFC&E 18 Poster Awards Effects of Ionomer Content on Both Performance and Load Cycle Durability for PEFCs Using Pt/Nb-SnO2 Cathode Catalyst Layers – K. Kakinuma, R. Kobayashi, A. Iiyama (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi), and M. Uchida (University of Yamanashi) Phosphor and Nitrogen Codoped Rutile TiO2 on TiN for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Acidic Media – M. Chisaka (Hirosaki University) First-Principles Study of Oxygen Reduction Reaction at Defective TiO2 Surfaces – Y. Yamamoto, S. Kasamatsu, and O. Sugino (Institute for Solid State Physics, the University of Tokyo) Fundamental Studies for Development of Npgm Oxide Cathode without Carbon Support for Advanced PEFCs – K. Ota, T. Nagai, K. Matsuzawa, Y. Kuroda, S. Mitsushima, and A. Ishihara (Yokohama National University) Electropolymerization of Metallo-Corroles: Formation of Highly Active ThreeDimensional Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction – A. Friedman (Bar Ilan University), Z. Gross (Technion-Israel Institute of Technology), and L. Elbaz (Bar-Ilan University)


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Solid State Ionic Devices 12

High-Temperature Energy, Materials, & Processes / Battery / Energy Technology Universal 22, Expo Center

Solid State Proton Conductors and Fuel Cells – 08:20 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Zhe Cheng and Xiao-Dong Zhou 08:20

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Development of Protonic Ceramic Conductors for SOFC and Sensor – N. Taniguchi, T. Kuroha, and Y. Mikami (Panasonic Corporation) A New Triple-Conducting Material for Efficient Hydrogen Production in Proton Conducting Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cells – D. Ding, H. Ding, W. Wu, and T. He (Idaho National Laboratory) (Invited) Expansion in proton-Conducting Ceramic Based Devices – S. Ricote, A. Dubois, K. Taghikhani, R. J. Braun, J. Berger, and R. J. Kee (Mechanical Eng. Dept., Colorado School of Mines) Break Quantum Effect on Proton Diffusion in BaZrO3 Membrane – H. Nagashima (University of the Ryukyus) and T. Tokumasu (Tohoku University) Improvement of Cathode Materials for Proton Conducting Intermediate Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – S. Sun and Z. Cheng (Florida International University) Comparison of H2s Poisoning for Proton Conducting SOFC Versus Oxide Ion Conducting SOFC – S. Sun and Z. Cheng (Florida International University) New Structure of Large-Sized Protonic Ceramic Fuel Cell with Porous Alloy – C. Hiraiwa, H. Tawarayama, T. Higashino, K. Okuno (Sumitomo Electric Industries, LTD.), D. Han, T. Uda (Kyoto University), and M. Majima (Sumitomo Electric Industries, LTD.) Modeling of Temperature Distribution in a Proton-Conductive Ceramic Fuel Cell – T. Araki (Yokohama National University), Y. Okuyama (University of Miyazaki), K. Li, K. Toshiki (Yokohama National University), T. Yamaguchi, and H. Shimada (National Institute of AIST)

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Advancements in Performance and Durability of Metal-Supported Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – E. Dogdibegovic, R. Wang, G. Lau, C. Byrne, and M. C. Tucker (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) 15:20 Break 15:40 1681 Simulation and Visualization of Cell Performance Distribution of SOFCs – K. Takino (Kyushu University Faculty of Engineering), Y. Tachikawa (Center for Co-Evolutional Social Systems, Kyushu University Faculty of Engineering), Y. Shiratori (Kyushu University Faculty of Engineering, International Research Center for Hydrogen Energy), S. Taniguchi (NextGeneration Fuel Cell Research Center (NEXT-FC), Kyushu University Faculty of Engineering), and K. Sasaki (Kyushu University Faculty of Engineering, wpiI2CNER) 16:00 1682 NiO-GDC10/GDC10/LSCF-GDC10 Manufactured By Tape Casting and Reactive Magnetron Sputtering Processes of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – C. Hernandez Londono (Mr) 16:20 1683 Development of High Performance MetalSupported Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cells – R. Wang, E. Dogdibegovic, G. Lau, and M. C. Tucker (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

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Visible and Infrared Phosphor Research and Applications Luminescence and Display Materials Universal 11, Expo Center

J02 Session 3 – 08:00 – 12:30 Co-Chairs: Mikhail Brik and Kailash C. Mishra 08:00

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High-Temperature Energy, Materials, & Processes Division Outstanding Achievement Award Address – 14:00 – 14:40 Co-Chair: Gregory S Jackson 14:00

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(High-Temperature Energy, Materials, & Processes Division Outstanding Achievement Award) Recent Advances in IntermediateTemperature Fuel Cells: Surface Modification and In Situ/Operando Characterization – M. Liu (School of Materials Science and Engineering, Georgia Tech)

SOFC and SOEC Systems – 14:40 – 16:40 Co-Chairs: Enrico Traversa, Zhe Cheng and Leta Woo 14:40

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(Invited) Microscopic Study of Dopant Distribution in Phosphors: Impact on Thermal Quenching and Phosphor Performance – L. I. D. J. Martin, D. Poelman, P. F. Smet, and J. J. Joos (Ghent University) (Invited) Impact of ECS Journal Focus Issues and Article Types on LDM Visibility and Recognition – D. W. Hess (Georgia Institute of Technology) (Invited) Eu2+-Doped KxNa1-XLuS2 Ternary Sulfides: Application and Perspectives in White LEDs – V. Jary, L. Havlak (Institute of Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences), J. Barta (Czech Technical University in Prague.), A. Bystricky, M. Rejman, M. Nikl (Institute of Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences), L. I. D. J. Martin, J. J. Joos, and P. F. Smet (Ghent University) Break (Invited) Transmittance Limits and Their Effects on Light Extraction from Luminescent Materials – A. Piquette (OSRAM Opto Semiconductors Inc), K. C. Mishra (OSRAM SYLVANIA), and A. Lenef (OSRAM Opto Semiconductors Inc)

Development of a Short Stack with MetalBased Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Fabricated By Sinter-Joining Method – S. Lee, Y. H. Jang, H. Shin, and J. Bae (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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(Invited) Data-Mining, a New Sr2LiAlO4:Eu2+/ Ce3+ Phosphor for Solid-State Lighting Applications – W. B. Im (School of Materials Science and Engineering), Y. H. Kim, H. J. Kim (Chonnam National University), Z. Wang (University of California, San Diego), J. Ha, J. McKittrick (University of California San Diego), and S. P. Ong (University of California, San Diego) (Invited) Synthesis of Persistent Luminescent Nanophosphors for Point-of-Care Diagnostics – E. Finley and J. Brgoch (University of Houston) (Invited) Concentration Quenching in LED Phosphors – A. A. Setlur (GE Global Research)

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry General Session Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / SMEQ Universal 18, Expo Center

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Intermediate Hopping on Flexible Cascade Surface with Electrostatic Channeling – Y. Liu and S. Calabrese Barton (Michigan State University) Methanol Oxidation on Galvanostatically Electrodeposited Nipt Nanoparticles: Correlation between Deposition Current Density and Catalytic Activity – D. A. CrespoYapur (Sch. of Science and Engineering, Tecnologico de Monterrey), A. Medrano (Dept. of Chemistry, ITESM), and M. Videa (Sch.of Science and Engineering, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Dept. of Chemistry, Tecnologico de Monterrey) Galvanostatically Deposited Nickel Nanoparticles As Electrocatalyst for the Methanol Oxidation Reaction: Role of Deposition Current Density on Catalytic Activity – M. P. Salinas Quezada (Dep. of Chemistry, Tecnologico de Monterrey), D. A. Crespo-Yapur (Sch. of Science and Engineering, Tecnologico de Monterrey), A. Cano (CONACYT/CIMAV Monterrey), and M. Videa (Sch.of Science and Engineering, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Dept. of Chemistry, Tecnologico de Monterrey) Kinetic Monte Carlo Simulation of CO2 Electroreduction Cascade – K. S. Chavan (Michigan State University), I. Matanovic (University of New Mexico), and S. Calabrese Barton (Michigan State University) Break Microkinetic Rate Theory: Formalization, Current Limitations, Prospects as Basis for Continuum Rate Theory – M. F. Francis (Brown University) Silver Electrodeposition on Nanocrystalline Graphite: Galvanostatic Control As a Tool in the Study Electrodes with High Resistance – D. A. Crespo-Yapur, J. L. Cholula-Díaz (Sch. of Science and Engineering, Tecnologico de Monterrey), and M. Videa (Sch.of Science and Engineering, Tecnologico de Monterrey)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

L01 Poster Session – 18:00 – 20:00 Universal Ballroom, Expo Center •

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Nickel Oxide Thin Film Photoelectrodes Prepared By RF Magnetron Sputtering – K. Valdemarsson and K. Wang (University of Southeast Norway) Spectroelectrochemical Detection of Pharmaceutical Compounds Using Carbon Screen Printed Electrodes – P. Fanjul Bolado, M. B. González García (DROPSENS), A. Junquera Pérez (DropSens, S.L.), and D. Hernández Santos (DROPSENS) Monitoring Electrolyte Degradation in Electrochemical Machining Operations – E. M. Humiston, C. J. Humiston, J. Carter (Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center), and J. A. Maurer (US Army - Armament Res., Dev. and Eng. Center (ARDEC)) Accounting for Unsteady-State Behavior during Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – S. Shrestha, M. Sholin (Admiral Instruments), C. A. Schiller, S. Fröba, M. Multerer, and W. Strunz (ZAHNERElektrik GmbH & CoKG) 165

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Electrochemical and Chemical Synthesis of Platinum Hierarchical Nanostructures Using Bicontinuous Microemulsions – E. T. Adesuji, M. Sanchez-Domínguez (CIMAV Unidad Monterrey), and M. Videa (Sch.of Science and Engineering, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Dept. of Chemistry, Tecnologico de Monterrey) Application of Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy for Evaluating Nanoparticle Agglomeration – D. G. Peters (Indiana University), M. A. Pence (Indiana University Bloomington), and S. Hosseini (indiana university) Surface and Subsurface Effects in Electrochemical Water Splitting – H. Tavassol, C. Bloed, J. Vuong, A. Siwabessy, C. Shelden, and A. Enriquez (California State University, Long Beach) Catalytic Activity Enhancement in Oxygen Evolution Reaction on LDH Nanosheets By Metal-Cluster Loading – S. Kitano and M. Yamauchi (WPI-I2CNER, Kyushu University) Enhancing the Activity and Stability of Manganese Oxide-Based Catalysts for the Electrochemical Oxygen Evolution Reaction – D. M. Morales, J. Masa, H. Antoni, M. Muhler, and W. Schuhmann (Ruhr-University Bochum) The Complex Electrochemistry of Manganese Dioxide in Alkaline Batteries – G. G. Yadav, J. Huang (CUNY Energy Institute at the City College of New York), X. Wei (ZPower LLC), J. W. Gallaway (Northeastern University), D. Turney, M. Nyce, and S. Banerjee (CUNY Energy Institute at the City College of New York) Understanding the Second Electron Reaction Mechanism of γ-MnO2 and the Rechargeability of Spinel Phases in Alkaline Zn|MnO2 Batteries – J. Huang, G. G. Yadav, D. Turney, M. Nyce, and S. Banerjee (CUNY Energy Institute at the City College of New York)


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Kinetic of Metal Extraction at the Water|1,2Dichoroethane Interface – J. A. Pérez-Zúñiga, J. Amador-Hernández (Universidad Autonoma de Coahuila), C. Sánchez-Muñoz (Universidad del Mar), E. M. Colunga Urbina, I. M. de la Garza Rodríguez (Universidad Autonoma de Coahuila), and M. Velazquez-Manzanares (Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila) Oxidation of Antioxidant Species with Superoxide Radicals Produced By the Xanthine-Xanthine Oxidase System – J. Juarez-Gomez (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa), M. T. RamírezSilva (Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa), M. Palomar (Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-Azcapotzalco), and M. Romero-Romo (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Azcapotzalco) Electrodeposition of Graded Metal Coatings on Spherical Mandrels – V. N. Peters, C. Horwood, N. Bhandarkar, M. Stadermann, and T. Bunn (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) Electrochemical Evidence of Formation of the Quinizarin-β Cyclodextrin Complex in Aqueous Solution – D. S. GuzmánHernández (CONACYT-Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana), A. K. Rivas-Sanchez (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana- Iztapalapa), M. A. RomeroRomo, M. Palomar-Pardavé (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Azcapotzalco), S. Corona-Avendaño (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Azcapotzalco), and M. T. Ramirez-Silva (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa) Fabrication and Photoelectrical Properties of Thin Film g-C3N4 Modified TiO2 Nanotube Photoelectrode – T. H. Aasen and K. Wang (University of Southeast Norway) Photocatalyst on the Surface Flexible Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Wire Electrodes – K. Y. Eum (Hanbat National University), C. S. Yoon (Hanbat National University, Hanbat. National Universty), and J. M. Ko (Hanbat National University)

Molten Salts and Ionic Liquids 21

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Universal 9, Expo Center

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Special Ionic Liquids Session in recognition of Robin D. Rogers – 09:00 – 12:00 Co-Chair: William Matthew Reichert 09:00

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(Invited) Can Ionic Liquids Enable Advanced Materials from Renewable Resources to Replace Plastics in a Sustainable Society? – R. D. Rogers (The University of Alabama, 525 Solutions Inc.) Break Utilizing Ionic Liquids to Generate Sustainable Technologies – K. R. Di Bona (Wyonics LLC) Which Part of a Shrimp Has More Economic Value, the Shell or the Meat? – G. Gurau (525 Solutions, Inc.) and R. D. Rogers (525 Solutions Inc., The University of Alabama)

Healing Ulcerous, Infected Wounds and Purifying Drinking Water with Composites Containing Cellulose, Wool, Hair, Chicken Feather and Metal Nanoparticles – C. D. Tran (Marquette University) Ionic Liquids As Property Modifiers in Additive Manufacturing – W. M. Reichert (University of South Alabama) Photo-Healable Materials Based on Block Copolymers and Ionic Liquids – M. Watanabe (Yokohama National University)

(Invited) Cellulose and Ionic Liquids Beyond Dissolution – N. Byrne (Deakin University) Natural Fiber Welding with Novel Ionic Liquids – R. T. Chung, S. Park, E. A. Yates, D. P. Durkin, and P. C. Trulove (Department of Chemistry, U. S. Naval Academy) Cellulose, Cellobiose, and Glucose Cause Similar Decreases to Molar Conductivity, Drastically Different Increases to Dynamic Viscosity of 1-Ethyl-3-Methylimidazoilum Acetate Based Solvents – P. J. Fahey, D. P. Durkin (Department of Chemistry, U. S. Naval Academy), E. T. Fox (Department of Chemistry, U.S. Naval Academy), M. Gobet, S. Greenbaum (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Hunter College, CUNY), H. C. De Long (Physical Sciences Directorate, U.S. Army Research Office), and P. C. Trulove (Department of Chemistry, U. S. Naval Academy) Break The Impact of Carbohydrate Solutes on the Ionicity of 1-Ethyl-3-Methylimidazolium Acetate Ionic Liquid Solutions – P. J. Fahey, D. P. Durkin (Department of Chemistry, U. S. Naval Academy), E. T. Fox (Department of Chemistry, U.S. Naval Academy), M. Gobet, S. Greenbaum (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Hunter College, CUNY), H. C. De Long (Physical Sciences Directorate, U.S. Army Research Office), and P. C. Trulove (Department of Chemistry, U. S. Naval Academy) Integration of Functional Nanomaterials in Biopolymer Composites Using Ionic Liquid Based Methods – P. C. Trulove, D. P. Durkin, P. J. Fahey, S. Park, R. T. Chung (Department of Chemistry, U. S. Naval Academy), C. E. Hoffman (Chemistry Department, US Naval Academy), H. ElBidweihy (Dept. Electrical and Comp. Eng., U.S. Naval Academy), E. A. Yates (Department of Chemistry, U. S. Naval Academy), L. M. Haverhals (Bradley University), H. C. De Long (Physical Sciences Directorate, U.S. Army Research Office), and S. Q. Lomax (National Gallery of Art) Improving the Thermal Stability of Textile Fibers By Natural Fiber Welding – D. P. Durkin (Department of Chemistry, U. S. Naval Academy), X. Tang (Natural Fiber Welding, Inc.), B. P. Frank (Johns Hopkins University), H. C. De Long (Physical Sciences Directorate, U.S. Army Research Office), L. M. Haverhals (Bradley University), and P. C. Trulove (Department of Chemistry, U. S. Naval Academy) AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Investigating Processes Occurring in Acoustically Levitated Ionic Liquid Droplets – E. R. Duranty, S. Jacoby, and J. Davis (University of South Alabama)

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division Max Bredig Award Address in Molten Salt and Ionic Liquid Chemistry – 18:30 – 21:00 Saturn 1/2/3, Sunrise Center Co-Chair: William Matthew Reichert 18:30 19:00 20:00 20:10 1875

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Reception/Cocktails Dinner Award Presentation (Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division Max Bredig Award Address in Molten Salt and Ionic Liquid Chemistry) From Liquid Clathrates to Ionic Liquids and Back Again. Was Anything Learned on the Journey? – R. D. Rogers (The University of Alabama, 525 Solutions Inc.) Closing Remarks

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Photocatalysts, Photoelectrochemical Cells, and Solar Fuels 9

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology Universal 21, Expo Center

Solar Energy Conversion – 08:20 – 09:40 Co-Chairs: Nianqiang (Nick) Wu and Heli Wang 08:20

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(Keynote) Clean and Sustainable Energy from Seawater – L. Vayssieres (IRCRE-Xian Jiaotong University) (Keynote) New p-Type Photocathodes for Solar Fuel Photoelectrochemistry – A. B. Bocarsly, J. J. Frick, D. Ni, J. Park, and R. J. Cava (Princeton University)

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(Invited) Metal-Organic Framework-Metal Oxide Composite for Solar Water Splitting – H. Yang and N. Wu (West Virginia University) (Invited) Rationally Designed Metal Nanoclusters for Electrocatalytic Hydrogen Production – D. Lee (Yonsei University) Ternary Composites Using Graphitic Carbon Nitride/Tin Disulfide/Reduced Graphene Oxide (mpg-C3N4/Sns2/RGO) for Visible Driven Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting – S. Pulipaka (IIT Hyderabad), K. S. Koushik (IIT hyderabad), N. Boni (IIT Hyderabad), and P. Meduri (IIT hyderabad) High Performance Si-Based Photoanodes Using a Conformal Co-Based Catalysts By Electrodeposition – S. A. Lee and H. W. Jang (Seoul National University) Integrated Photoelectrochemical Device for Stable Autonomous Solar Hydrogen Production – J. G. Koonce, S. Alsaedi, W. Cheng, J. Lee, and S. Mubeen (University of Iowa)

Plasmonic Solar Energy Conversion – 13:40 – 16:30 Co-Chair: Lionel Vayssieres 1932

Rational Design of Periodically Ordered Nanoporous Thin-Film Catalysts for Plasmonic Photocatalysis – Y. Yang (University of Central Florida)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

Plasmon-Directed Photocatalytic Deposition of Platinum Onto Gold Nanorods Via Hot Electrons – G. T. Forcherio, J. Boltersdorf, J. P. McClure, A. C. Leff, D. R. Baker, and C. A. Lundgren (U.S. Army Research Laboratory) (Invited) Ultrafast Generation and Characterization of Hot Carriers in Plasmonic Nanostructures for Solar Light Harvesting – G. Wiederrecht (Argonne National Laboratory) (Invited) Surface Plasmon-Driven Water Reduction: Nanoparticle Size Matters – W. D. Wei (University of Florida) (Invited) Synthesis of Ultrastable Hairy Perovskite and Plasmonic Core/Shell Nanoparticles for Perovskite Solar Cells – Z. Lin (Georgia Institute of Technology) Surface Plasmon Resonance of Au Thin Films Modified By Pt and Pd Monolayer Catalyst – C. Artur, X. Shan, and S. Brankovic (University of Houston) Photoelectrochemical Methanol Oxidation on TiN@Au Core-Shell Nanoparticles Supported on TiO2 – O. A. Baturina, A. Epshteyn, and B. Simpkins (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory)

Metal Oxides for Solar Water Splitting 2 – 16:50 – 18:10 Co-Chair: Lionel Vayssieres 16:50

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Crystallographic Controls of Polycrystalline BaNbO2n Particles Using Flux Method and Their Photocatalytic Water Oxidation Ability – T. Yamada (Shinshu University) and K. Teshima (Faculty of Engineering, Shinshu University) Atomic Layer Deposition of Bismuth Vanadate Photoanodes – A. R. Bielinski, S. Lee, S. L. Esarey, J. J. Brancho, B. M. Bartlett, and N. P. Dasgupta (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor) Electrochemical Fabrication of Cu2oNanowires-Based Photo-Cathodes for Enhanced Solar Water Splitting – I. R. Hamdani and A. N. Bhaskarwar (Indian Institute of Technology Delhi) Atomic Layer Deposited TiO2-IrOx Alloys Generate High Photovoltage for Silicon Photoanodes – O. L. Hendricks, C. E. D. Chidsey, and P. C. McIntyre (Stanford University)

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Synthesis and Characterization of CuO/TiO2 Photocatodes for the Photoelectrochemical Reduction of CO2 – M. D. L. A. Reyes, C. A. Aguilar Ucán (UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DEL CARMEN), E. Ramirez Morales (Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco), J. M. Sierra Grajeda, and S. J. Figueroa Ramirez (UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DEL CARMEN) The Role of Metal Nanostructures in CO2 Photoreduction – K. Bienkowski, M. Kwiatkowska (University of Warsaw), and R. A. Solarska (Centre of New Technologies University of Warsaw)

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Metal Nitrides for Electrochemical Ammonia Synthesis in Molten Salts – T. Sudmeier, I. J. McPherson, J. Fellowes (Department of Chemistry, University of Oxford, UK), and S. C. E. Tsang (University of Oxford) Investigation of Graphene Supported AuCu Nanoparticles As Electrocatalyst for CO2 Electro-Reduction – A. Balčiūnaitė, A. Rutkauskas, L. Tamašauskaitė-Tamašiūnaitė, and E. Norkus (Center for Physical Sciences and Technology) Anodized Hematite Nanostructures and Their Electrochemical Properties for Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting – K. L. Rosas-Barrera (Universidad Industrial de Santander UIS), J. A. Pedraza (Universidad Industrial de Santander), E. Reguera (CICATA-Legaria), and P. Acevedo-Peña (CONACYT-CICATA-Legaria, IPN) Novel Visible-Light-Driven Photocatalysts for Efficient Hydrogen Generation: Hybrid Composites of Ti-Based MOF and LowDimensional Nanoparticles – T. W. Kim, M. Sohail, and H. Kim (Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER)) Effect of Nanochannels Prepared By Nano Polystyrene Beads in Photoelectrode on Photo Conversion Efficiency of Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells – S. A. Song (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology), K. Kim (Korea Institiute of Indusrial Technology), and S. N. Lim (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology) Plasmon Enhancement of the CO Oxidation Reaction over Supported Gold Catalysts – P. Novello, J. Liu (Duke University), and P. Varanasi (Materials Science Division, U.S. Army Research Office, Duke University) Prompting Mass Transfer in Solid-State Solar Cells Using Submicron Spherical Mesoporous Titanium Oxide Aggregates – Y. Yang and X. L. Zhang (Zhengzhou University) Stable Hydrogen Generation from Copper/ Titanium Oxide Heterogeneous Photocatalyst: A Confined Material Preparation Approach – X. L. Zhang (Zhengzhou University) Effective Light Scattering Building Block for Enhanced Photoelectrochemical Performances of Flexible Solar Cells – L. Cui and X. L. Zhang (Zhengzhou University) Solar-Driven Photocatalysis for Wastewater Treatment Promoted by Sulfite Addition – W. Deng and Y. Li (Texas A&M University) Crystal Structure, Photoelectrochemical Properties and Photocatalytic Activity of N,S TiO2 Films Supported on Titanium Metal Meshes under Simulated Solar Light Irradiation – M. I. Jaramillo-Gutiérrez (Universidad Industrial de Santander), P. Acevedo-Peña (CONACYT-CICATALegaria, IPN), and J. A. Pedraza (Universidad Industrial de Santander)

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Electroactive and Redox Active Polymers 2

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology Universal 12, Expo Center

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Welcoming Remarks (Keynote) Conducting Redox Polymer Batteries – M. Sjödin, R. Emanuelsson, M. Sterby, H. Huang, H. Wang (Uppsala University), and M. Strømme (Nanotechnology and Functional Materials) Solution-Processable Electroactive Polymers As Active Materials for Macroscale EnergyStorage Devices with High-Rate Capability – J. W. Long, M. B. Sassin (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), A. Ӧsterholm, and J. R. Reynolds (Georgia Institute of Technology) (Invited) Interaction of Anions with Partially Oxidized Carbon Nanotubes and the Influence on the Performance of Polypyrrole-Carbon Nanotube Composite Electrodes – C. Wei, B. Akinwolemiwa, L. Yu, D. Hu, L. Xia (University of Nottingham Ningbo China), and G. Z. Chen (University of Nottingham, University of Nottingham Ningbo China) Break (Invited) Redox-Active Organic Electrode Materials for Safe Energy Storage – Y. Yao (University of Houston) The Fundamental Cytotoxicity of Redox Polymer Based Enzymatic Biofuel Cell – W. Y. Jeon (Department of Chemistry, Dankook University, ITREN, Dankook University), Y. B. Choi (Department of Chemistry, Dankook University), H. W. Kim (ITREN, Dankook University), and H. H. Kim (Department of Chemistry, Dankook University) (Invited) Materials Development for Organic Redox Flow Batteries – X. Wei (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis) (Invited) Polymer-Ceramic Composite Electrolytes for All-Solid-State Lithium Ion Batteries – H. Yang and N. Wu (West Virginia University) (Invited) Highly Conductive Polymers and Their Applications for Energy Conversion – J. Ouyang (National University of Singapore)

(Keynote) 3-D Customized and Electrically Conducting Polymer Based Skin Mapping for the Clinical Treatment of Skin – G. Lisak, X. Fu, A. C. Ramírez-Pérez, and W. Zeng (Nanyang Technological University) Charge Propagation in Redox-Conducting Materials: Diagnosis of Mechanisms and Dynamics with Microelectrochemical Devices – P. J. Kulesza and I. A. Rutkowska (University of Warsaw) (Invited) Electrochemistry of Solid-State Inorganic Polymer Electrolyte – D. P. Zhan (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University) Break

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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(Invited) Biomolecule Immobilization By Electrogenerated Polymers for Biosensing Applications – S. Cosnier (Grenoble Alpes university) Interfacing Photosystem I into Conducting Polymers – D. E. Cliffel and D. Dervishogullari (Vanderbilt University) Spectro-Electro-Gravimetry of Poly (o-toluidine) – J. Agrisuelas, A. Ferrer, A. F. Frau, J. García, and F. Vicente (University of Valencia)

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Polyviologens As Electron Transport Material in Photosystem I-Based Photovoltaic Cells – D. Dervishogullari, G. K. Jennings, and D. E. Cliffel (Vanderbilt University) Development of an Electrochemical Sensor for the Detection of Dopamine Based on PEDOT and Silver Nanoparticles – G. L. Lucero, V. T. Gruia, A. Ispas, and A. Bund (Technische Universität Ilmenau)

Wearable Sensors and Systems 1 -andMicrofabricated and Nanofabricated Systems for MEMS/NEMS 14

Sensor / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Universal 17, Expo Center Wearable Sensors and Micro and Nano Fabricated Systems 2 – 09:00 – 12:00 Co-Chairs: Jessica E. Koehne and David Estrada

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Introductory Remarks (Invited) Emerging Materials for Additive Manufacturing of Flexible Hybrid Sensors – D. Estrada (Boise State University) (Invited) 3D Printing of Gels for Soft-matter 3D Innovation – H. Furukawa, H. Tamate, K. Takamatsu, H. Sasasaki, M. Kodama, K. Yoshida, A. Saito, A. Khosla, M. Makino, and M. Kawakami (Yamagata University) Liquid-State Environment Sensors Using Liquid Metal – H. Ota (Yokohama National University) Development and Design Wearable Sensorial System of Low Cost to Determine the Metacarpophalangeal and Interphalangeal Joints Angles – Y. F. Chacon (UNIVERSIDAD MILITAR NUEVA GRANADA), M. Plaza, and A. M. Cifuentes (universidad militar nueva granada) Break Micromachined Resonators for Sensing System Applications – S. Tadigadapa (Northeastern University) In-Situ Electrical Characterization of Low Temperature Getter Thin Films Activation – S. Lemettre, C. Bessouet, P. Coste, A. Bosseboeuf, and J. Moulin (C2N, CNRS / Univ. Paris Sud / Univ. Paris Saclay) High-Performance Flexible Dual-Mode Sensor Array Based on Fully Inkjet-Printed Electrode for Electronic Skin – K. Kim, M. Jung (Korea Univ.), and S. Jeon (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Novel Pyrolyzed Carbon Processing for Advanced Microelectronic Applications – P. S. Finnegan (Sandia National Labs), C. M. Washburn, C. Dyck, D. B. Burckel, J. Blecke, M. N. Rector, K. B. Pfeifer, and M. R. Satches (Sandia National Laboratories) Direct Detection of dCas9-mediated Target Gene by Ion Concentration Polarization – S. J. Kim (Seoul National University) Concluding Remarks

Nanotechnology General Session

All Divisions / Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Subcommittee Universal 4, Expo Center

Nanotechnology: Synthesis and Characterization – 09:00 – 11:50 Co-Chairs: Oana Leonte, Zhi David Chen and Kazuo Kondo 09:00

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Reaction Mechanism for the Formation of Magnetite Nanoparticles Via Electrochemistry – R. Reséndiz Ramírez, R. Antaño López (CIDETEQ), A. Rodríguez López (Universidad Politécnica de Santa Rosa Jáuregui), E. R. Larios Duran (Universidad de Guadalajara), and J. Torres-González (CIDETEQ) Electrochemical Tuning of Ordered Mesoporous Oxides with Spinel and Perovskite Structures for Reversible Control of Magnetization – T. Brezesinski (Institute of Nanotechnology, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) 169

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Plasmonic Cu Nanoparticles Prepared By DC Magnetron Sputtering – K. R. Gustavsen and K. Wang (University of Southeast Norway) Intermission Shape-Engineered CO2 electroreduction over Silver Nanostructures – S. Liu and J. L. Luo (University of Alberta) Chemical Nanoanalyses at Grain Boundaries By Joint Use of Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy and Atom Probe Tomography – Y. Ohno, K. Inoue, K. Fujiwara, K. Kutsukake, M. Deura, I. Yonenaga (IMR, Tohoku University), N. Ebisawa, Y. Shimizu, K. Inoue, Y. Nagai (The Oarai Center, IMR, Tohoku University), H. Yoshida, S. Takeda (ISIR, Osaka University), S. Tanaka, and M. Kohyama (RIECEN, AIST) Super Slippery Surface for Small Volume of Liquid on Superhydrophilic Nanoscale Texture – M. Fujikane (Panasonic Corporation) Verification of Immersed Boundary Method and Numerical Simulation of Newtonian Fluid in Microchannels By Openfoam – L. D. Chen (Wuhan University of Technology), J. Ye (University of Technology), L. Xu, X. Kang, Y. Zhou, and J. Li (Wuhan University of Technology)

Nanotechnology: Applications – 14:00 – 16:40 Co-Chairs: Zhi David Chen, Oana Leonte, Lifeng Dong and Eui-Hyeok Yang 14:00

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Polystyrene/Ceria Core/Shell Abrasive Based Slurry for Highly Enhanced OxideFilm Polishing Rate and Scratch-Less in Chemical-Mechanical-Planarization – G. P. Jeong, S. S. Yun, Y. H. Son, S. J. Yoon, H. W. Nam (Hanyang University), J. H. Park (UB materials), and J. G. Park (Hanyang University) 2143 Antimicrobial Carbon-Based Nanomaterials – L. Yang (North Carolina Central University) 2144 Electrochemical Anodization of Dental and Orthopedic Nanotubes – T. Shokuhfar (University of Illinois at Chicago) 2145 Cu2-x­se Nanorods with Tunable Surface Plasmon Resonance for NIR Photocatalysis – M. Y. Kuo (Ming-Yu Kuo) and Y. J. Hsu (Yung Jung Hsu) 2146 1D/2D Materials, Flexible Substrates and Surfaces – E. H. Yang, K. Kang, K. Godin, X. Wang, J. Xu, S. Fu, R. Zhang, A. Palumbo, S. Chen, G. Hader, C. Cupo, K. Yan, and M. Wang (Stevens Institute of Technology) 2147 Developing Graphene-Based Nanocomposites for Energy Conversion and Storage – L. Dong (Hamline University), L. Yu, B. Pang, H. Dong (Qingdao University of Science and Technology), X. Bao, and R. Yang (Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technology) 2148 Synthesis and Caracterization of ZrO2/ PANI Composite As Electrocaltalyst Support for Direct Alcohol Fuel Cells – S. Rivas (Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro Campus Aeropuerto), G. Calleja (Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro Campus Aeropueroto), M. Guerra-Balcázar, and J. Ledesma-García (Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro Campus Aeropuerto)

Molybdenum Carbide Electrocatalyst/ Support Synthesis and Characterization – A. D. Benavidez, S. K. Nayak (University of New Mexico), E. Coker (Sandia National Laboratories), and F. H. Garzon (University of New Mexico)

Electrochemistry in Reverse Microemulsions and the Concentration of the Electroactive Probe – F. Martínez-Martínez, D. ChávezOchoa, A. Gutiérrez-Becerra, N. Casillas, J. I. Escalante, and M. Barcena-Soto (University of Guadalajara) Electrochemical Evaluation of Nanostructured Thin Films Formed By PolycaprolactoneFe2O3-Al2O3 Composites in Hank Solution – N. N. Zurita-Mendez (Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo), G. Carbajal-De la Torre (Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolas de Hidalgo), M. Estevez (Centro de Física Aplicada y Tecnología Avanzada, UNAM), and M. A. EspinosaMedina (Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolas de Hidalgo) Hydrogen Generation Reaction Catalyzed By Platinum Nanoparticle Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotube Composites – T. M. Abdel-Fattah (Applied Research Center, Jefferson National Lab), C. Huff, and J. M. Long (Christopher Newport University) 3D Assembly of Gold Nanoparticles As a Novel Catalyst for Hydrogen Generation Reaction from a Hydrogen Feedstock Material – T. M. Abdel-Fattah (Applied Research Center, Jefferson National Lab), J. Osborne, and M. Horten (Christopher Newport University) Silver Nanoparticles Supported on Graphene and Graphene Oxide As Catalytic Composites for Application in a Hydrogen Generation Reaction – T. M. Abdel-Fattah (Applied Research Center, Jefferson National Lab), J. M. Long, C. Beveridge, B. Price, and J. Osborne (Christopher Newport University) Synthesis Via Beta-Cyclodextrin of Graphene Supported Platinum Nanoparticles for Application in a Hydrogen Evolution Reaction – T. M. Abdel-Fattah (Applied Research Center, Jefferson National Lab), J. M. Long, C. Beveridge, B. Price, and J. Osborne (Christopher Newport University) Beta-Cyclodextrin Mediated Synthesis of Graphene Supported Gold Nanoparticles for Application in a Hydrogen Generation Reaction – T. M. Abdel-Fattah (Applied Research Center, Jefferson National Lab), J. M. Long, C. Beveridge, B. Price, and J. Osborne (Christopher Newport University) Tailored Nickel-Iron Layered Double Hydroxide Particle Size for Optimized O.E.R. Catalysis – D. Tyndall (Trinity College Dublin), V. Nicolosi (CRANN, School of Chemistry, Trinity College Dublin), S. Jaskaniec, and J. Coelho (Trinity College Dublin)

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Battery Galactic 8, Sunrise Center

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(Invited) Ion Irradiation Effects on Structural and Electrochemical Charge Storage Properties of Electroceramic Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries – K. Smith, A. Savva (Boise State University), J. Wharry (Purdue University), and H. Xiong (Boise State University) Effective Activation and Stabilization of Si Negative Electrode By Li Pre-Doping Method for Next-Generation Batterie – M. Saito (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Department of Applied Chemistry), K. Kato (Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology, Department of Applied Chemistry,), S. Ishii (Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology, Department of Applied Chemistry), K. Yoshii (Research Institute of Electrochemical energy, AIST), M. Shikano, H. Sakaebe (Research Institute of Electrochemical Energy, AIST), H. Kiuchi, T. Fukunaga (Kyoto University, Department of Materials Science & Engineering), and E. Matsubara (Kyoto University, Department of Materials Science and Engineering) Performance and Failure Mechanisms of Si Based Li-Ion Full Cells – N. P. Wagner (SINTEF Industry, Norwegian University of Science and Technology), K. Asheim, A. M. Svensson, and F. Vullum-Bruer (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) In-Situ AFM Imaging of Solid Electrolyte Interphase on Silicon Negative Electrodes with an Artificial Surface Layer – M. Haruta, Y. Kijima, N. Ogura, H. Konaga, T. Doi, and M. Inaba (Doshisha University) Contribution of Combined Surface Analysis to the Understanding of Degradation Mechanisms of Li-Ion Negative Electrodes – E. De Vito (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA LITEN), B. Pilipili Matadi (CEA - LITEN, Univ. Grenoble Alpes), S. Geniès, A. Delaille (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA - LITEN), and Y. Bultel (LEPMI, Univ. Grenoble Alpes) Break Synthesis of Silicon Iron Composites and Their Electrochemical Characterization As Anodes for Lithium Ion Batteries – M. Ruttert, V. Siozios (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) Electrochemical Performance of Uspld Prepared Silicon Anode Electrodes – J. P. Valikangas (Kokkola University Consortium Chydenius), U. Lassi (University of Oulu, Kokkola University Consortium Chydenius), and T. Hu (University of Oulu)

Wednesday, October 3

Enhancement Supercapacitive Behavior of Electrodeposited Doped Polypyrrole for Supercapacitor Applications – T. M. AbdelFattah (Applied Research Center, Jefferson National Lab), S. Ebrahim, M. Soliman, M. Shehab, and A. Elshaer (Alexandria University) The Impacts of Zirconia As a Spacer Layer on Fill Factor of Hole-Free Perovskite Solar Cells – T. M. Abdel-Fattah (Applied Research Center, Jefferson National Lab), S. Ebrahim, K. Gasmalla, and M. Soliman (Alexandria University) Synthesis of Cu Nanowires Using Ascorbic Acid in Aqueous Solution and Their Applications for Flexible Transparent Conductive Films – S. Yokoyama, K. Motomiya (Tohoku University), B. Jeyadevan (The University of Shiga Prefecture), and K. Tohji (Tohoku University) Electrochemical Methane Activation and Conversion Using Fe, Co, Cu Oxides/ ZrO2 Nanocomposites – J. Vazquez, H. R. Mojica, P. Molina (CICATA LEGARIA), P. Acevedo-Peña (CONACYT-CICATA-Legaria, IPN), E. Reguera (CICATA-Legaria), and M. González Montiel (CONACYT- CICATALegaria) Prompting Charge Injection in Aqueous Mesoscopic Photoelectrochemical Cells – B. Wang and X. L. Zhang (Zhengzhou University) An Effect of Plasmonic Welding of Agnws on EAP Actuator – B. J. Park, S. T. Park, S. R. Yun, and S. K. Park (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute) Electronic Structures of a Cerasome Surface Model – M. Oda (Wakayama University, Japan) Chitin Nanofiber Transparent Paper: A Structural/Fuctional Material Platform for Green Electronics and Energy Devices – J. Jin (University of Ulsan)


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(Invited) Synthesis of 3D Network Graphene Based on Physical Metallurgy – N. Zhao, L. Ma, C. He, and J. Sha (Tianjin University) New Routes Towards High Energy, Low Cost and Fast-Charging Energy Storage Systems – M. Agostini and A. Matic (Chalmers University of Technology) High-Power and Safe Lithium Metal Battery in 3D Substrate – S. Petrovic (Oregon Institute of Technology, XNRIGI), C. D’Couto, C. Diaz, and M. McGee (XNRGI) Pre-Conditioning of Si Anodes for Li Ion Batteries By Sodiation – E. Quiroga-González (Institute of Physics, BUAP) and E. L. Espinosa-Villatoro (Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla) The Effect of Molecular Weight, M/G Ratio and pH on the Cyclability of Alginate Bound High Capacity Silicon Anodes – N. P. Wagner, J. R. Tolchard, A. Tøndervik, M. Juel (SINTEF Industry), J. P. Mæhlen (Institute of Energy Technology), J. Voje (Elkem Technology AS), T. Helgerud (FMC Biopolymer AS), and A. M. Svensson (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) Planar Lithium Battery Cell Development to Advance in-Operando Nano-CT Imaging of Graphite Electrodes – Y. Li, P. Choi (Carnegie Mellon University), C. T. Love, K. SwiderLyons (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), and S. Litster (Carnegie Mellon University) Application of Carbon Nanotubes Doped with Silicon As the Anode Electrode for Lithium Ion Battery – I. Zeferino González (TECNM / Instituto Tecnológico de Cancún), H. C. Chiu, R. Gauvin, G. P. Demopoulos (McGill University), and Y. Verde Gómez (TECNM / Instituto Tecnológico de Cancún) Break

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Structural Modification on Lithium Host Site in Li2(Sr1-xNax)Ti6-XNbxO14 (0≤x≤1) Anode Material for Lithium-Ion Batteries – Y. Harada, T. Sasakawa, N. Takami (Corporate Research & Development Center, Toshiba Corp.), N. Ishida, N. Kitamura, and Y. Idemoto (Tokyo University of Science) Investigation of the Reaction Mechanism in Mesoporous MnO2 As Anode Material for Lithium Ion Batteries – J. Yoon, W. S. Choi, H. Kim, and W. S. Yoon (Department of Energy Science, Sungkyunkwan University) Stable Li Ion Batteries Anode By Inducing the Covalent Bond between Active Material and Binder By Esterification Reaction – C. H. Jung (Seoul national university) and S. H. Hong (Seoul National University) Rational Design of 2D Sn/MXene Hybrid As Anode Battery with Long Cycling and High Rate Performance – J. Niu (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) Controlled Synthesis of Mos­2 Microparticles for Lithium Ion Batteries – N. D. Schuppert, A. Bates (University of Louisville), S. C. Lee (DGIST), and S. Park (University of Louisville)

Beyond Lithium-Ion Batteries

Battery / Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Galactic 7, Sunrise Center

Multivalent-ion Batteries – 08:00 – 12:20 Co-Chairs: Robert J. Messinger and T. Leo Liu 08:00

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2D Layered Dichalcogenides As Active Cathode Materials for Magnesium-Ion Batteries – K. A. Filsinger (Princeton University (PRISM)) and C. B. Arnold (Princeton University) Intercalation Host Using Defective FePO4-Carbon Composite for Magnesium Rechargeable Battery Cathode – Y. Orikasa (Department of Applied Chemistry, Ritsumeikan University), K. Kisu, E. Iwama (Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology), W. Naoi (K & W Inc), Y. Yamaguchi (Ritsumeikan University), T. Munesada, M. Hattori (Kyoto University), K. Yamamoto (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), P. Rozier (CIRIMAT-CNRS, University of Toulouse III Paul Sabatier), P. Simon (CIRIMAT, UMR CNRS 5085), and K. Naoi (Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology) Feasibility of Electrochemical Mg Extraction from MgMn2O4 Cathodes for Mg Rechargeable Batteries – T. Hatakeyama, K. Shimokawa, H. Li (Tohoku University), A. Nakao (The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research), Y. Uchimoto (Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University), and T. Ichitsubo (Institute for Materials Research) Advanced Mg Ion Electrolytes Enabling Mg/S Rechargeable Batteries – T. L. Liu, J. Luo, and Y. Bi (Utah State University)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Highly Concentrated Mg(TFSA)2–MgCl2– Triglyme Electrolytes Toward High Potential Mg Rechargeable Batteries – K. Shimokawa (Tohoku University), H. Matsumoto (AIST), and T. Ichitsubo (Kyoto University) Break Artificial Solid-Electrolyte Interphase Layer for Improved Electrochemical Window of Magnesium Ion Batteries – Y. Nishitani and T. Tsujita (Panasonic Corporation) Ionic Liquid Based Electrolytes for High Voltage Magnesium Rechargeable Batteries – T. Mandai (Faculty of Science and Engineering, Iwate University), T. Takeguchi, K. Ui (Iwate University), and K. Kanamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University) Plating and Stripping Calcium at Room Temperature – X. Gao, D. Wang, and P. G. Bruce (University of Oxford) Cathode Materials for Rechargeable Aluminum Metal Batteries: Molecular-Level Insights, Challenges, & Opportunities – R. J. Messinger, A. Jadhav, and J. Xu (Chemical Engineering, The City College of New York) Correlating Molecular-Level Environments of Chloroaluminate Species with Electrochemical Behavior in Rechargeable Aluminum-Graphite Batteries – J. Xu (Chemical Engineering, The City College of New York), D. Turney (CUNY Energy Institute at the City College of New York), and R. J. Messinger (Chemical Engineering, The City College of New York) Development of Carbon-Based Cathodes for Aluminium-Ion Batteries – R. McKerracher, A. Holland, R. Wills, and A. Cruden (University of Southampton) Molecular-Scale Insights of Aluminum-Ion Intercalation into Chevrel Phase Mo6S8  – A. Jadhav and R. J. Messinger (Chemical Engineering, The City College of New York)

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Electrolytes and Interfaces in Lithium Ion Batteries Battery Galactic 4, Sunrise Center

Novel Electrolytes and Additives – 08:20 – 12:10 Co-Chairs: Jie Xiao and T Richard Jow 08:20

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Na and K-ion Batteries 2 – 14:00 – 15:40 Co-Chairs: Dong Won Kim 14:00

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Lignin Based Electrospun Carbon Fibers in Sodium Ion Batteries, Oral Presentation – K. Peuvot (KTH Royal Institute of Technology), O. Hosseinaei, P. Tomani (RISE AB), D. Zenkert, and G. Lindbergh (KTH Royal Institute of Technology) 415 Fe1-Xs@N-Doped Carbon Yolk-Shell As a High Performance Anode Material for Sodium-Ion Battery – G. K. Veerasubramani, S. Yuvaraj, M. S. Park, and D. W. Kim (Hanyang University) 416 Phosphorus Decorated Electrospun Carbon Anodes for Highly Efficient Lithium and Sodium Ion Batteries – F. Liberale (Politecnico di Milano), M. Fiore (Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca), R. Ruffo (University of Milano Bicocca), R. Bernasconi (Politecnico di Milano), S. Shiratori (Graduate School of Science &Engineering, Keio University), and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

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Singlet Oxygen Reactivity with Standard LiIon Battery Electrolyte Carbonate Solvents – A. T. S. Freiberg (Technical University of Munich), M. K. Roos (Ludwig-MaximiliansUniversität München), J. Wandt (Technical University of Munich), R. de Vivie-Riedle (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München), and H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich) In Situ NMR Measurements of Lib Electrolytes -Revealing the Network of Reactions in a Battery – S. Wiemers-Meyer, M. Winter, and S. Nowak (MEET Battery Research Center, University of Münster) (Invited) Electrochemical Characteristics of Lithium-Ion Cells Employing Different Additives at Low Temperature – D. W. Kim, S. H. Kim, S. H. Park, D. K. Han (Hanyang University), S. Kim (Samsung SDI Co., Ltd.), M. H. Kim, and J. J. Park (Samsung SDI) Break Five-Membered Cyclic Sulfur Compounds as (Co-)Solvents for Lithium-Ion Battery Electrolytes – K. Oldiges, M. Grünebaum, N. von Aspern (Helmholtz Institute Münster), I. Cekic-Laskovic (Helmholtz Institute Muenster, IEK-12 Juelich), G. Brunklaus (Helmholtz Institute Münster), and M. Winter (Helmholtz Institute Münster, MEET Battery Research Center, University of Münster)

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A Reduced Sodium Titanate/Carbon Composite As a Stable, High-Energy Sodium Ion Battery Anode Material – D. De Sloovere (UHasselt, IMO-imomec, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry), M. Safari (UHasselt, IMO-imomec), M. Simenas, J. Banys (Vilnius University, Faculty of Physics), J. Bekaert, B. Partoens (Antwerp University, Department of Physics), J. D’Haen (UHasselt, IMO-imomec, Materials Physics), O. Drozhzhin, A. M. Abakumov (Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology), K. Elen (Imec), M. K. Van Bael, and A. Hardy (UHasselt, IMO-imomec, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry) Development of Nitrate Combustion Synthesized NVP-Type Cathode and GlucoseDerived Hard Carbon Anode for Sodium-Ion Battery Single Cells – R. Väli, M. Härmas, R. Kanarbik (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu), J. Aruväli (Institute of Ecology and Earth Sciences), A. Jänes, and E. Lust (Institute of Chemistry, University of Tartu)


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Fluorinated Phosphorus-Based Compounds As Multifunctional Additives/Co-Solvents for Advanced Lithium-Ion Battery Electrolytes – N. von Aspern (Helmholtz Institute Münster), D. Diddens (Helmholtz-Institute Muenster, IEK-12 Juelich), O. Stubbmann-Kazakova, V. Kozel, G. V. Roeschenthaler (Jacobs University), M. Winter (Helmholtz-Institute Muenster, IEK-12 Juelich, MEET Battery Research Center, University of Muenster), and I. Cekic-Laskovic (Helmholtz Institute Muenster, IEK-12 Juelich) Thermal Stability of Fluoroethylene Carbonate (FEC) Containing Electrolytes Using LiPF6 As Conductive Salt – T. Teufl (Technical University of Munich, BASF SE), D. Pritzl, S. Solchenbach, H. A. Gasteiger (Technical University of Munich), and M. Mendez (BASF SE) Pentafluorophenyl Isocyanate As Effective Electrolyte Additive for Improved Performance of Silicon-Based Lithium Ion Full Cells – R. Nölle (University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center), M. Winter (Helmholtz-Institute Muenster, IEK-12 Juelich, University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center), and T. Placke (University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center) Novel Nitrogen-Based Electrolyte Additives for Improved Cathode Electrolyte Interphase in High-Voltage NMC/Graphite Full Cells – J. P. Schmiegel (University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center), M. Winter (University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center, Helmholtz-Institute Muenster, IEK-12 Juelich), and T. Placke (University of Muenster, MEET Battery Research Center) The Forgotten Concept of the Three-Phase Boundary – S. Petrovic (Oregon Institute of Technology) and J. Garche (Ulm University, Institute of Theoretical Chemistry) An Expansive Exploration for Novel Liquid Electrolytes through Data-Driven Physics-Based Modeling – V. Pande and V. Viswanathan (Carnegie Mellon University)

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Solid Electrolytes – 14:00 – 18:00 Co-Chairs: Kang Xu and Jie Xiao

Thursday, October 4

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Electrochemical Reactions at the Electrolyte– Electrode Interfaces in All-Solid-State Batteries Elucidated By Operando X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy – X. Wu, M. El Kazzi (Paul Scherrer Institute, Electrochemistry Laboratory), C. Villevieille (Paul Scherrer Institut - Electrochemistry Laboratory), and P. Novák (Paul Scherrer Institute, Electrochemistry Laboratory) Interfacial Kinetics and Ionic Diffusivity of Electrodeposited MoS2 Film a Battery Electrode – M. R. Amin and M. A. Hossain (Hamad Bin Khalifa University,) Sulfide Based Solid Electrolyte for LithiumSulfur Batteries – D. Lu, Y. Wang (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), J. Xiao (Pacific Northwest National Lab, University of Arkansas), J. G. Zhang, and J. Liu (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

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In-Situ Formation of Poly (Vinylene Carbonate) Based Gel Polymer Electrolyte for High Rate Cycling of Lithium Metal – H. Zhou, H. Liu, X. Yue, and P. Liu (University of California San Diego) Transport Mechanisms of Li+ in Electrolytes and Solid Electrolyte Interphases – D. Bedrov (The University of Utah), D. Dong, M. Ebrahiminia (Materials Science and Engineering, Univeristy of Utah), and J. B. Hooper (The University of Utah) Break The Effect of Pore Connectivity on Li Dendrite Propagation within Llzo Electrolytes Observed with Synchrotron X-Ray Tomography – K. B. Hatzell, M. Dixit, F. Shen (Vanderbilt University), and X. Xiao (Argonne National Laboratory) Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Ionic Diffusion in PEO-LiTFSI Polymer Electrolyte: Effect of Temperature, Molecular Weight, and Ionic Concentration – B. V. Merinov, D. J. Brooks, and W. A. Goddard III (California Institute of Technology) A Study on Cathode Interface of Li-La-Zr-O Solid-State Electrolyte Fabricated Via Rapid Sintering Process – H. Yang, H. Lee, S. Kim, M. Christy, and Y. B. Kim (Hanyang University) HKUST-1, a Surface Metal-Organic Framework, As a Protective Back-End Coating Material for Si Anode – J. Shin, T. H. Kim, Y. Lee, and E. Cho (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Mechanism Analysis of Enhanced Li-Ion Conductivity in Mesoporous Silica-Based Solid Nano-Composite Electrolytes – P. M. Vereecken, X. Chen (imec and KULeuven, Belgium), K. B. Gandrud, B. Put (imec, Belgium), A. Sagara, M. Murata, M. Tomiyama, Y. Kaneko, M. Shimada (Technology Innovation Division, Panasonic Corporation), J. Steele, M. Roeffaers (COK, KU-Leuven), M. Debucquoy, and M. J. Mees (imec, Belgium) Analysis of Interfacial Processes at Tin Anodes Using in situ Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SHINERS) and Advanced Electrochemical Techniques – B. E. Torres Bautista, C. Bignaud, L. Fillaud, H. Perrot, O. Sel, and I. Lucas (LISE, CNRS, Sorbonne Université)

Corrosion Protection Corrosion / SMEQ Universal 1, Expo Center

Coatings 2 – 09:00 – 10:40 Co-Chairs: Francisco Javier Rodriguez-Gomez and Hamilton Neil McMurray 09:20

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Influence of Uniaxial Deformation on Surface Morphology and Corrosion Performance of Trivalent Chromium Based Coatings for Packaging Steels – J. W. J. Whiteside, H. N. McMurray (Swansea University), and A. C. A. de Vooys (Tata Steel) Break

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Characterization of Chromium Deposition from Trivalent Solutions By Eqcm and NearSurface pH Measurements – M. Leimbach (Technische Universität Ilmenau), C. Tschaar (Hansgrohe SE, Technische Universität Ilmenau), U. Schmidt, and A. Bund (Technische Universität Ilmenau) Corrosion Behavior of Multilayer PVD Coatings on Inconel Alloy 718 – F. Almeraya (universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), C. G. Tiburcio (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), D. Perez Ortiz (Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon), J. A. Cabral, P. Zambrano (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), and M. Montoya (Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon)

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Copper and Titanium Alloys – 10:40 – 11:40 Co-Chair: Ricardo Orozco-Cruz 10:40

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Corrosion Protection of Three Patinas Formed on Copper Alloys As an Alternative of Conservation of Historical Metal Heritage: Effects of Pollutants – C. Campechano, R. Galván-Martínez Sr., T. Jimenez, D. Arguelles, and R. Orozco-Cruz (UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA) Electrochemical Evaluation of Epicatechin Gallate (EG) As Corrosion Inhibitor in Bronze in a Saline Medium – A. Espinoza Vazquez, F. J. Rodríguez-Gómez (UNAM), D. Angeles Beltrán (UAM-azcapotzalco), A. perez Vazquez, and R. Mata (UNAM) Analysis of Electrochemical Noise in Titanium Alloys Used in Aeronautics – F. Almeraya (universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), A. Tovar Serna (Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon), C. G. Tiburcio, P. Zambrano, F. Estupiñan-Lopez, J. A. Cabral (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), and M. A. Baltazar-Zamora (Universidad Veracruzana)

D04

Corrosion Protection for Steel – 14:00 – 16:20 Co-Chairs: Shinji Fujimoto and Francisco Javier Rodriguez-Gomez 14:00

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AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018

Nonvolatile Memories 6

Dielectric Science and Technology / Electronics and Photonics Universal 7, Expo Center

ReRAM, PCRAM and FeRAM – 08:00 – 10:20 Co-Chairs: Gennadi Bersuker and Hisashi Shima 08:00

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(Invited) Resistive Memories (RRAM) Variability: Challenges and Solutions – G. Molas, G. Sassine, D. Alfaro Robayo, C. Nail, J. F. Nodin, J. Coignus, and E. Nowak (CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus; Univ. Grenoble Alpes) (Invited) Sputter Growth of Chalcogenide Superlattice Films for Future Phase Change Memory Application – Y. Saito, K. V. Mitrofanov, K. Makino, N. Miyata, P. Fons, A. V. Kolobov, and J. Tominaga (AIST) Ar-Plasma-Modulated Optical Reset in the SiO2/Cu Conductive-Bridge Resistive Memory Stack – T. Kawashima (Nanyang Technological University, Toshiba Corporation Japan), K. S. Yew, Y. Zhou, D. S. Ang, H. Zhang (Nanyang Technological University), and K. Kyuno (Shibaura Institute of Technology)

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14:20

Long-Term Atmospheric Corrosion of Hot-Dip Galvanized Steel and Zn-Al Coated Steel – D. Thierry (French Corrosion Institute) and D. Persson (Swerea Kimab) Rust Control and Corrosion Prevention of Steel Using Metal Salts – M. Yamashita (Kyoto Materials Co. Ltd., Osaka University), K. T. Kim, and S. Fujimoto (Osaka University) Electrochemical Evaluation of Steel-Concrete Interaction after Application of Curing with SiO2-Based Nanoparticles – A. M. Esquivel (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), G. Fajardo (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, UANL, FIC.), and A. Acosta (Instituto Mexicano del Trasporte)

Atmospheric Corrosion Study to Painted Galvanized Steels Under Maritime, Industrial and Urban Conditions – F. Almeraya (universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), C. G. Tiburcio (Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León), V. Bernal Ponce (Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon), J. L. Ramirez Reyes (Instituto de Ingeniería- Universidad Veracruzana), F. J. Rodriguez-Gomez (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México), C. P. Barrios (Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa (UAS)), O. Garcia R., J. P. Pedraza (TERNIUM), M. De la Garza, and C. Vazquez Rodriguez (Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon) Opuntia Ficus indica Slime As a Natural Corrosion Inhibitor of Steel in Cement Based Materials in Marine Environment – A. A. Torres-Acosta (Universidad Marista de Queretaro, Instituto Mexicano del Transporte) and L. A. Díaz-Cruz (Element 5) Corrosion Behavior of Mild Steel in Presence of Two Non-Toxic Organic Inhibitor Compounds in Acidic Media – M. Y. Díaz Cárdenas, J. Uruchurtu (Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos, CIICApUAEM), M. G. Valladares (Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos FCQeIUAEM), S. Lagunas (Instituto Tecnológico de Tuxtla Gutiérrez), and C. Menchaca (Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos, CIICAp-UAEM) Electrochemical Evaluation of Natural Compounds As Green Corrosion Inhibitors for Iron – P. Roncagliolo Barrera and F. J. Rodriguez-Gomez (Departamento Ingeniería Metalúrgica, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)


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Evolution of the Charge Trap Density during Endurance of Ferroelectric HfO2:La – D. R. Islamov (Novosibirsk State University, Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics SB RAS), O. M. Orlov (JSC Molecular Electronics Research Institute), V. A. Gritsenko (Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics SB RAS, Novosibirsk State University), and G. J. Krasnikov (JSC Molecular Electronics Research Institute) Оxygen Vacancy Influence on the Stabilization Properties of Ferroelectric Hf0.5Zr0.5O2: First Principle Study – T. V. Perevalov (Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics SB RAS, Novosibirsk State University), D. R. Islamov (Novosibirsk State University, Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics SB RAS), and V. A. Gritsenko (Rzhanov Institute of Semiconductor Physics SB RAS, Novosibirsk State University)

MRAM – 10:40 – 12:40 Co-Chairs: Jin-Goo Park and Hitoshi Kubota 10:40

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E05

(Invited) Voltage-Controlled Magnetic Memory: Recent Progress and Opportunities – P. Khalili (Northwestern University) (Invited) High Write Efficiency in VoltageControl Spintronics Memory (VoCSM) for Saving Energy Consumption of Nonvolatile Memories – Y. Kato, H. Yoda, N. Shimomura, Y. Osawa, K. Koi, S. Oikawa, T. Inokuchi, M. Ishikawa, A. Tiwari, S. Shirotori, M. Shimizu, B. Altansargai, H. Sugiyama, and A. Kurobe (Toshiba Corporation) Design of Perpendicular Magnetic-TunnelingJunction Spin-Valve Including [Co/Pt]n Free Layer As Bulk Perpendicular Magnetic Anisotropy – J. U. Baek, K. Kondo, S. Jung, and J. G. Park (Hanyang University) Design of Double Pinned Perpendicular Magnetic-Tunnel-Junction Spin-Valve Exhibiting Multiple Resistance States – J. Y. Choi (Hanyang University), K. Kondo (SUMCO CORPORATION, Hanyang University), J. U. Baek, T. H. Shim, and J. G. Park (Hanyang University)

Electrodeposition for Additive Manufacturing Electrodeposition / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Universal 10, Expo Center

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SiGe, Ge, and Related Compounds: Materials, Processing, and Devices 8 Electronics and Photonics Universal 13, Expo Center

Epitaxy 3 – 08:00 – 09:40 Co-Chair: Jean-Michel Hartmann 08:00

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Electrochemical Processes for Additive Manufacturing – 08:00 – 13:00 Co-Chairs: Qiang Huang, Maria Inman and Trevor M Braun 08:00

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(Invited) Patterned Printing of Ceramics By Electrodeposition, and Applications in MicroRobotics – A. H. W. Ngan, P. Wang, and K. K. W. Kwan (University of Hong Kong) 3D Printing of Nanotwinned Metals – M. Minary (University of Texas at Dallas) “Wireless” Direct-Write Electrodeposition and Patterning Via Bipolar Electrochemistry – T. M. Braun (NIST) and D. T. Schwartz (University of Washington) Electrochemical 3D Printing with Nanopipettes – D. Momotenko, T. Zambelli, and J. Vörös (ETH Zurich)

Electrodeposition of Free Standing Copper Structures with Organic Additives – Q. Huang, R. Gyorgak, R. Pak, and J. Collins (The University of Alabama) break (Invited) Electrochemical Micromachining Based on Confined Etching – D. P. Zhan, L. Han (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University), Z. Q. Tian (Xiamen University), and Z. W. Tian (Department of Chemistry, Xiamen University) Electrochemical Manufacturing to Support Industry 4.0 – Spark Assisted Chemical Engraving (SACE) – L. A. Hof and R. Wüthrich (Concordia University) Hierarchically Porous Structures Prepared By Electrodeposition Onto 3D-Printed Substrates – D. B. Robinson, M. Salloum, C. G. Jones, B. J. Kaehr, M. A. Gallegos, G. M. Buffleben, B. E. Mills, A. W. Higginbotham, G. F. Garcia, V. Lebegue, R. K. Atwal, and R. K. Nishimoto (Sandia National Laboratories) Coupling Additive Manufacturing and Wet Metallization for Advanced Microfabrication – R. Bernasconi and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano) An Investigation of the Electropolishing of Metal Parts Fabricated By Powder Bed Fusion Additive Manufacturing – C. O’Neil, Y. Wu, A. Lassell, S. Dobson, and L. Yang (University of Louisville) Electrochemical Surface Finishing of Additively Manufactured Parts – T. D. Hall, H. Garich, S. Snyder, and E. J. Taylor (Faraday Technology, Inc.) Additively Manufactured Electrochemical Plating Enclosures – A. J. Thorpe, C. L. Arrington, and J. R. Pillars (Sandia National Laboratories)

(Invited) Epitaxy of (SiGe/Si) Superlattices for the Fabrication of Horizontal Gate-AllAround Nanosheet Transistors – N. J. Loubet, J. Li, R. Chao, C. Yeung (IBM Research), J. Frougier, C. Durfee (GLOBALFOUNDRIES), A. Arceo de la Pena, R. Muthinti, Z. Bi, M. Sankarapandian, W. Xu, Y. Mignot, S. Sieg, R. Conti, B. Veeraraghavan, H. Jagannathan, B. Haran, R. Divakaruni, and H. Bu (IBM Research) A Benchmark of 300mm RP-CVD Chambers for the Low Temperature Epitaxy of Si and Sige – J. M. Hartmann, V. Mazzocchi, F. Pierre, and J. P. Barnes (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LETI, 38000 Grenoble, France) Atomistic and Optical Properties of Group IV Ultrathin Superlattices – S. Mukherjee (ECOLE POLYTECHNIQUE DE MONTREAL), M. Bauer (Applied Materials), A. Attiaoui, and O. Moutanabbir (École Polytechnique de Montréal)

AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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(Invited) Epitaxy of GaN on Si (111) for Power Electronics, RF and LEDs – M. Charles (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LETI, 38000 Grenoble, France, CEA, LETI), J. Kanyandekwe, Y. Baines, E. Morvan, A. Torres, F. Templier, and M. Plissonnier (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LETI)

Surfaces and Interfaces 2 – 10:00 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Seiichi Miyazaki and Paul C. McIntyre 10:00

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(Invited) Light Emission from Group IV Semiconductors – E. P. A. M. Bakkers (TU Eindhoven) (Invited) Engineering Low Defect Density Siox Interfaces on Sige – M. Kavrik, E. Thomson (University of California, San Diego), K. Tang (Stanford University), S. T. Ueda (University of California, San Diego), V. Hou, C. Y. Lee, Y. C. Liang (TSMC, Hsinchu, Taiwam), T. Aoki (University of California Irvine), M. Kim (The University of Texas at Dallas), B. Fruhberger (CALIT2, University of San Diego), Y. Taur (University of California, San Diego), P. C. McIntyre (Stanford University), and A. C. Kummel (University of California, San Diego) Physics of Fermi-Level “Unpinning” at Metal/ Ge Interfaces; First-Principles View – T. Nakayama and T. Nishimoto (Department of Physics, Chiba University) Characterization of the Morphological, Electrical and Phase Sequence Evolution of Ni- and Ni0.9Pt0.1-Ge0.9Sn0.1 Metal Contacts during Solid-State Reaction – A. Quintero (CEA LETI, CNRS, C2N, Universite ParisSud), P. Gergaud (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LETI, 38000 Grenoble, France), J. Aubin (SCREEN-LASSE, 92230 Gennevilliers, France), J. M. Hartmann, N. Chevalier (Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, LETI, 38000 Grenoble, France), V. Reboud (CEA, LETI, Grenoble, France), E. Cassan (University of Paris-Sud), and P. Rodriguez (CEA, LETI, MINATEC Campus)

Epitaxy 4 – 13:20 – 15:00 Co-Chair: Jean-Michel Hartmann 13:20

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(Invited) High Sn Concentration MOCVD Grown Strained Gesn Thin Film Evaluated Using Haxpes and XRD Base on Synchrotron Technique – K. Usuda (Toshiba Memory Corporation), M. Yoshiki (Toshiba Corporation), K. Suda, A. Ogura (Meiji University), and M. Tomita (Toshiba Memory Corporation) Decoupling Strain and Composition Effects on Ge1-YSny Lattice Vibrations – É. Bouthillier, S. Assali, J. Nicolas, and O. Moutanabbir (École Polytechnique de Montréal) Mapping Strain and Composition Effects on Gesn Band Structure Using Spectroscopic Ellipsometry – A. Attiaoui, S. Assali, J. Nicolas, and O. Moutanabbir (École Polytechnique de Montréal) Determination of Strain-Raman Shift Coefficient for Carbon-Doped Silicon – K. Yoshioka (Meiji University), R. Yokogawa (JSPS Research Fellow, Meiji University), T. Murakami, S. Komago, N. Sawamoto, and A. Ogura (Meiji University) An Interpretation for Defect-Induced Structural Transformation in SiC – T. Ito, T. Akiyama, K. Nakamura, and A. M. Pradipto (Mie University)

High Purity and High Mobility Semiconductors 15 Electronics and Photonics Universal 24, Expo Center

Metals and Passivation – 08:30 – 11:30 Co-Chairs: John D Murphy and Koichiro Saga 08:30

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Self-Ordered Ge Nanodot Fabrication By Reduced Pressure Chemical Vapor Deposition – Y. Yamamoto (IHP), Y. Itoh (Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Research Fellow), P. Zaumseil, M. A. Schubert (IHP), G. Capellini (Dip. Scienze, Università Roma Tre, IHP), K. Washio (Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University), and B. Tillack (Technische Universitat Berlin, IHP) (Invited) Epitaxy and Applications of GroupIV Semiconductors in Quantum Computing – G. Scappucci (QuTech, TU Delft, Kavli Institute of Nanoscience,TU Delft)

(Invited) Metallic Contamination Issues in Advanced Semiconductor Processing – K. Saga (Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corporation) (Invited) Deep-Level Analysis of Passivation of Transition Metal Impurities in Silicon – V. Markevich, J. Mullins, S. Leonard, M. P. Halsall, and A. R. Peaker (University of Manchester) Hafnium Impurity Defects in Silicon: A Characterization – I. Mica, J. Frascaroli, S. Vangelista, M. Caniatti, R. Piagge, F. F. R. Toia (STMicroelectronics, Agrate Brianza, Italy), M. Juhel (STMicroelectronics, Crolles, France), and M. L. Polignano (STMicroelectronics, Agrate Brianza, Italy, now retired) Break 177

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GaN Materials and Devices – 14:00 – 15:30 Co-Chairs: E. Simoen and Dimitrios Skarlatos 14:00

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(Invited) Vacancy-Type Defects and Their Carrier Trapping Properties in GaN Studied By Monoenergetic Positron Beams – A. Uedono (University of Tsukuba), T. Tanaka, N. Ito, K. Nakahara (ROHM Co. Ltd), W. Egger (Universität der Bundeswehr München), C. Hugenschmidt (Technische Universität München), S. Ishibashi (AIST), and M. Sumiya (National Institute for Materials Science) (Invited) GaN Buried Channel Normallyoff HEMT: Design Optimization and Experimental Integration on Silicon Substrate – R. Soman (Indian Institute of Science,), M. Sharma, N. Ramesh, D. Nath, R. Muralidharan, K. N. Bhat, S. Raghavan (Indian Institute of Science), and N. Bhat (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India) Mechanical Exfoliation of Plate-Stratiform Structured Bi12O17Cl2 for Enhanced Photocatalytic Performance – M. Zhao, Z. Guo, S. Wang, C. Fu (Qingdao University of Science and Technology), and L. Dong (Hamline University, Qingdao University of Science and Technology) Concluding Remarks

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Formation of Metal-Nitrogen Sites in Atomically-Dispersed Catalysts Observed By in Situ Microscopy – D. A. Cullen, K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), D. J. Myers (Argonne National Laboratory), G. Wu (University at Buffalo, the State University of New York), S. Litster (Carnegie Mellon University), H. Xu (Giner, Inc.), H. T. Chung, and P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory) (Invited) Non-Precious Metal Catalysts with Designed Nanostructures and Controlled Active Sites for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Fuel Cells – J. Lee (Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH)) Understanding Pyrolyzed Fe-N-C Catalysts By Bridging Density Functional Theory Calculations and Mössbauer Spectroscopy – P. Atanassov, I. Matanovic (University of New Mexico), T. Mineva (CNRS, University of Montpellier), M. T. Sougrati (Institut Charles Gerhardt), L. Stievano (Réseau sur le Stockage Electrochimique de l’Energie, RS2E), and F. Jaouen (CNRS - Université De Montpellier) Break High-Throughput Performance Testing in 25-Electrode Array Fuel Cell for Platinum Group Metal-Free Catalysts – J. Park, N. Kariuki, D. J. Myers (Argonne National Laboratory), H. T. Chung, U. Martinez, and P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory) X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy, Scattering, and Tomography Characterization of Platinum Group Metal-Free Oxygen Reduction Reaction Catalysts and Electrodes – D. J. Myers, A. J. Kropf, D. Yang, C. Yang, H. Mistry, F. Cetinbas, R. Ahluwalia, J. Park, N. Kariuki (Argonne National Laboratory), S. Komini Babu, H. T. Chung, and P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Fe/N/C Cathode Catalyst Prepared from a Low Content of Fe Precursor to Obtain Atomically Dispersed Metal Center – Y. Nabae, S. Nagata, T. Aoki (Tokyo Institute of Technology), H. Tanida, and H. Imai (Device Analysis Department, NISSAN ARC, Ltd.) Activity and Durability Insights for Atomically Dispersed (AD)Fe-N-C Oxygen Reduction Catalysts – H. T. Chung (Los Alamos National Laboratory), D. A. Cullen (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), X. Yin (Boston University), S. Komini Babu (Los Alamos National Laboratory), K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), D. J. Myers (Argonne National Laboratory), and P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Composition Effects on the AqueousElectrolyte Stability of Fe-Based O2-Reduction Catalysts for PEFC Cathodes – J. Herranz, K. Ebner (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut), M. Nachtegaal (In situ X-Ray Spectroscopy, Paul Scherrer Institut), B. Kim (Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut), and T. J. Schmidt (ETH Zürich, Paul Scherrer Institute) Identification of Possible Degradation Mechanisms of PGM-Free Electrocatalysts during Fuel Cell Operation – U. Martinez, S. Komini Babu, E. F. Holby, X. Yin, B. T. Manard, and P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory) AiMES 2018 Meeting l Cancun, Mexico l September 30-October 4, 2018


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Solid State Ionic Devices 12

High-Temperature Energy, Materials, & Processes / Battery / Energy Technology Universal 22, Expo Center

SOFCs for Alternative Fuels – 08:20 – 09:40 Co-Chairs: Xiao-Dong Zhou and Young Beom Kim 08:20

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Palladium Nanoparticles on Nickel for Direct Methanol Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Catalyst – J. Koo, D. Y. Jang, H. R. Choi, J. W. Kim, and J. H. Shim (Korea University) Electrochemical Promotion of Catalysis for CO2 Hydrogenation on Ru-Based Catalyst Using Ionically Conducting Ceramics – C. Panaritis, E. A. Baranova (University of Ottawa), C. Michel, and S. Steinmann (Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon)

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Evaluation of PEMFC Impedance Spectra By Using the Distribution of Relaxation Times – M. Heinzmann, A. Weber, and E. Ivers-Tiffée (IAM-WET, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)) A Comparison of the Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell Water Balance Measured Simultaneously with the Water Knock-out Method and Hot Wire Anemometry – S. Al Shakhshir, T. Berning, V. Liso, and S. K. Kær (Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University) Two-Phase Flow Pressure Drop in PEM Fuel Cell Flow Channels, Model Comparison and Improvement – P. R. Stolberg, N. J. Suchocki, M. Mortazavi, and A. D. Santamaria (Western New England University) Intermission Analysis of Influence of Impurities in Hydrogen on PEFC Performance, Based on Measurement of Current Distribution Using Electrochemical Impedance Distribution Analyzer – T. Haneda (Tokyo Gas co.,Ltd.), K. Watanabe, and N. Katayama (Tokyo University of Science) A Model-Based Approach to Improved Understanding and Mitigation of Transport Losses in PEM Fuel Cells – M. L. Perry, Z. Yang, and R. M. Darling (United Technologies Research Center) Sub-Zero Cell Reversal Tolerance in Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells – R. Bashyam, J. Bellerive, and P. He (Ballard Power Systems) Towards Full-Stack Scale Simulation of PEFC System Transient Control – T. Takayama, H. Motegi, T. Tsukamoto, R. Takayama, S. Tanaka, and M. Yoneda (Mizuho Information & Research Institute, Inc.) Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell Characterisation Based on Current Distribution Measurements – S. Chevalier, J. C. Olivier, C. Josset, and B. Auvity (University of Nantes)

Load Cycle Durability of Pt/Nb-SnO2 in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells Under Potentiostatic/Galvanostatic Operation – C. Takei (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation), R. Kobayashi (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi), Y. Mizushita, Y. Hiramitsu (Mitsubishi Motors Corporation), K. Kakinuma (Fuel Cell Nanomaterials Center, University of Yamanashi), and M. Uchida (University of Yamanashi) Development of PEFC Membrane Electrode Assemblies for Iron-Doped Metal Organic Framework Catalysts – M. A. Uddin, L. Langhorst, Y. Guo (Carnegie Mellon University), H. Zhang (University at Buffalo, the State University of New York), M. Chen (University at Buffalo), D. A. Cullen, K. L. More (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), H. Xu (Giner, Inc.), G. Wu (University at Buffalo, the State University of New York), and S. Litster (Carnegie Mellon University) Comparing Novel PGM-Free, Platinum, and Alloyed Platinum Catalysts for HT-PEM Fuel Cells – N. Bevilacqua, R. Banerjee (KIT, Helmholtz Institute Ulm), R. R. Gokhale, A. Serov, P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico), and R. Zeis (KIT, Helmholtz Institute Ulm, Institute of Physical Chemistry) In Situ and Ex Situ Spectroscopic Studies of the Inhibition of Active Sites in Iron-NitrogenCarbon Electrocatalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – K. Artyushkova, Y. Chen, T. Asset, I. Matanovic, and P. Atanassov (University of New Mexico) Mitigation of Humidification Requirements for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells Using Inorganic Ligand Surface Chemistry on Platinum and Platinum Alloy Electrocatalysts – A. P. Angelopoulos (University of Cincinnati) Adsorption Behavior of PGM-Free Catalysts By Near-Ambient Pressure X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy – M. Dzara (Colorado School of Mines), K. Artyushkova (University of New Mexico), S. M. Shulda (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), C. Ngo (Colorado School of Mines), E. J. Crumlin (Advanced Light Source, LBNL), T. Gennett (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), and S. Pylypenko (Colorado School of Mines)


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Novel Processing of Solid Oxide Materials – 10:00 – 11:40 Co-Chairs: Cortney R. Kreller and Michael F Francis 10:00

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Novel Processing of Cathodes for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – R. Sažinas, P. Holtappels, and K. K. Hansen (DTU Energy, Technical University of Denmark) Polycarbonate Assisted Bi-Walled Multiscale Cathode for High-Performance Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs) at 500 °C – S. S. Shin (Seoul National University, Korea Institute of Science and Technology), J. Kim, J. Choi, C. Lee (Seoul National University), H. Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), J. W. Son (Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST)), H. Shin, and M. Choi (Seoul National University) Heater-Assisted Intense Pulsed Light Irradiation for Lanthanum Strontium Cobaltite Thin Film Electrode Fabrication – J. S. Park, H. Lee, and Y. B. Kim (Hanyang University) Fast Fabrication of SOFCs with ScreenPrinted YSZ Electrolyte Films By Flash Light Sintering – Y. Lim, H. Lee, J. H. Park, J. S. Park, and Y. B. Kim (Hanyang University) Synergy Effect of Mixed Precursor Infiltrated Cathode on Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Performance – J. Kim (Seoul National University), S. S. Shin (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), J. Choi, C. Lee, H. Shin, and M. Choi (Seoul National University)

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Rare Earth Elements and Waste Reprocessing – 15:40 – 16:40 Co-Chair: Chieu D. Tran 15:40

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Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology Universal 21, Expo Center

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1955 TiO2-RuO2 Based Photoanodes for Photoelectrochemical Applications Using Visible Light – J. E. Carrera-Crespo (Instituto Politécnico Nacional), J. G. Vázquez-Arenas (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana), and I. Romero-Ibarra (INSTITUTO POLITECNICO NACIONAL) 1956 Metal-Free Dyes Based on PiperidineSubstituted Perylene-Monoanhydride Derivatives As Sensitizers in ZnO-Based DSSCs – E. J. Canto Aguilar (CINVESTAVMérida), D. Guitiérrez Moreno, Á. SastreSantos, F. Fernández-Lázaro (Universidad Miguel Hernández), S. Mori (Shinshu University), and G. Oskam (CINVESTAVMérida) 1957 Water Splitting Electrodes Based on Nife Alloy Foil Produced By Roll-to-Roll Processing – H. K. Park, M. G. Lee, and H. W. Jang (Seoul National University)

Photoelectrochemical Oxidation of Methane at TiO2 nanotubes Arrays – Y. Kadosh (Ben Gurion University of the Negev), E. Korin, and A. Bettlehiem (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev) Visible Light Photocatalytic Production of H2 – W. Wei (Wichita State University) Break N-Doped TiO2/CdS Nanohybrid System for Photocatalytic Degradation of 4-Chlorophenol – W. P. S. Kierulf-Vieira, A. G. Aragon (Adelphi University), T. Lecki (University of Warsaw), J. Widera (Adelphi University), and M. Skompska (University of Warsaw) Enhanced Photocatalytic Efficiency of SelfOrganized TiO2 Nanotube Layers Due to Secondary Materials – H. Sopha, M. Krbal, S. Ng, R. Zazpe, J. Prikryl, and J. M. Macak (University of Pardubice) Photocatalytic Oxigen Production Using Nitroprussides Derived Materials – A. Diaz Lujan (CICATA LEG, IPN), E. Reguera (CICATA-Legaria), and P. Acevedo-Peña (CONACYT-CICATA-Legaria, IPN) Novel Photoelectrochemical Fuel Cell System Utilizing Titania Photocatalysts – R. C. De Carvalho, J. Cassidy, and A. Betts (Dublin Institute of Technology) Modified Bismuth Vanadate Photoelectrodes for TEMPO-Mediated Oxidation of 5-(Hydroxymethyl)Furfural – D. J. Chadderdon, I. Wu, M. G. Panthani, and W. Li (Iowa State University) Ligand Engineered MnO Catalytic Nanoparticles As an Efficient Charge Transfer Mediator for Photoelectrochemical Water Oxidation – M. G. Lee and H. W. Jang (Seoul National University)

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Aidam, Rolf...................................... 1166 (H01, Tue) Aidoud, Djamel.................................. 102 (A02, Tue) Aihara, Takuma...............................1022 (G03, Mon) Aili, David.......1460 (I01C, Wed), 1620 (I01F, Wed) Ailihumaer, Tuerxun.......................1288 (H05, Wed) Aindow, Mark.....................................614 (C02, Tue) Ait Hammou Taleb, Said................... 167 (A03, Tue) Ajayan, Pulickel.......137 (A03, Mon), 2172 (Z03, Sun) Ajayan, Pulickel................................2130 (Z01, Tue) Akash, Yelchur..................................2088 (Z01, Tue) Akashi, Takaya......678 (C05, Wed), 683 (C05, Wed) Akhigbe, Godswill............................2054 (Z01, Tue) Akinaga, Hiroyuki............................ 735 (D04, Wed) Akinwande, Deji...... 703 (D01, Tue), 1223 (H03, Wed) Akinwolemiwa, Bamidele...............1968 (L05, Wed) Akita, Takanori................................1122 (G05, Mon) Akiyama, Eiji......................................566 (C01, Tue) Akiyama, Toru.................................1091 (G03, Thu) Aktas, Ozgur...................................1158 (H01, Mon) Al Amri, Zakiya................................ 802 (E03, Mon) Al Shakhshir, Saher..................... 1363 (I01A, Mon), ...........................1401 (I01A, Thu), 1599 (I01F, Tue) Al-Jassim, Mowafak......................... 449 (A06, Wed) Al-Qahtani, Noora..............................570 (C01, Tue) Alagna, Leone....................................789 (E02, Wed) Alamgir, Faisal.................................. 801 (E03, Mon) Albano, Fabio......................................14 (A01, Mon) Albiter, Luis.....................................1624 (I01F, Wed) Alcocer, Salvador...............................927 (F03, Wed) Aldana-González, Jorge...............1561 (I01E, Mon), ..........................................................2031 (M02, Tue) Aldrich, Curtis...................................481 (A07, Mon) Alegre, Cinthia......................................7 (A01, Mon) Aleksandrov, Denis...........................1851 (L02, Tue) Alexander, Christopher.......................571 (C01, Tue) Alexandrov, Vitaly............................ 434 (A06, Wed) Alexeev, Alexander..........................2026 (M02, Tue) Alfaro, Silvia...................................1428 (I01B, Sun) Alfaro Robayo, D...............................747 (D04, Thu) Alfonso, E..........................................1924 (L04, Tue) Alia, Shaun........ 1505 (I01D, Tue), 1604 (I01F, Tue) Alibouri, Mehrdad.......................... 1106 (G04, Wed) Allard, Bruno....................................688 (D01, Mon) Allen, Jan..........................................197 (A04, Mon), ..............................199 (A04, Mon), 435 (A06, Wed) Allen, Jeffrey..................................1394 (I01A, Wed) Allen, Jessica...........12 (A01, Mon), 13 (A01, Mon), .................................66 (A01, Wed), 551 (B01, Tue), .............................................................559 (B01, Tue) Allendorf, Mark............................... 1322 (H07, Tue) Allerman, Andrew..........................1156 (H01, Mon), .............................1280 (H05, Tue), 1282 (H05, Tue) Allerstam, Fredrik...........................1290 (H05, Wed) Allongue, Philippe..............................608 (C02, Tue) Almar, Laura...................................... 204 (A04, Tue) Almeraya, Facundo............................575 (C01, Tue), ..............................584 (C01, Wed), 587 (C01, Wed), ..............................625 (C03, Wed), 636 (C03, Wed), ................................642 (C03, Thu), 645 (C03, Thu), .............................. 649 (C03, Thu), 665 (C04, Mon), ..............................2066 (Z01, Tue), 2067 (Z01, Tue) Almeraya-Calderón, Facundo...........582 (C01, Tue), ........................................................... 588 (C01, Wed) Alonso-Lemus, Ivonne....................153 (A03, Mon), .......................1555 (I01E, Mon), 1556 (I01E, Mon), ........................................................1557 (I01E, Mon) Alonso-Vante, Nicolas......................2134 (Z01, Tue) Alsaedi, Sattar.....1931 (L04, Wed), 2117 (Z01, Tue) Alsudairi, Amell................................. 365 (A05, Tue) Altamirano-Sánchez, Efraín.............983 (G02, Mon) Altansargai, Buyandalai.....................753 (D04, Thu) Alvarez, Daniel..... 765 (D06, Mon), 993 (G02, Tue) Alvarez, Julio..................................1750 (K02, Mon) Álvarez-Contreras, Lorena............ 1546 (I01E, Sun), ........................ 1587 (I01E, Wed), 1763 (L01, Mon), ...........................................................1785 (L01, Tue)

Álvarez-Romero, Giaan....................2114 (Z01, Tue) Amador-Hernández, Judith..............2125 (Z01, Tue) Amador-Hernández, Judith.............1806 (L01, Wed) Amano, Hiroshi................................ 1286 (H05, Tue) Amaral, Luís....................................1619 (I01F, Wed) Amaya, Araceli.................................2127 (Z01, Tue) Amaya, Kenji.................................... 874 (F01, Mon) Amber, Dagel.......1819 (L02, Mon), 1993 (M01, Mon) Ambhore, Pranav............................... 960 (G01, Tue) Ambrogio, Stefano............................ 732 (D04, Wed) Ambrozik, Stephen.......................... 797 (E03, Mon), ...............................799 (E03, Mon), 800 (E03, Mon) Amezawa, Koji................................326 (A05, Mon), .............................. 1643 (I02, Mon), 1657 (I02, Tue) Amezawa, Koji.................................327 (A05, Mon) Amietszajew, Tazdin.........................482 (A07, Mon) Amin, Hatem.....................................328 (A05, Mon) Amin, Md Ruhul................................462 (A06, Thu) Amor-Segan, Mark...........................482 (A07, Mon) Anai, Hiroki.................................... 1591 (I01F, Mon) Anandan, Srinivasan.........................143 (A03, Mon) Ananthasuresh, G.............................2025 (M02, Tue) Anaredy, Radhika..............................1829 (L02, Tue) Andachi, Keisuke............................... 993 (G02, Tue) Anderson, Marc...... 31 (A01, Tue), 903 (F03, Wed), ................................904 (F03, Wed), 905 (F03, Wed) Anderson, Rachel.............................. 680 (C05, Wed) Anderson, Travis............................... 955 (G01, Tue), .........................1155 (H01, Mon), 1158 (H01, Mon), .........................................................1162 (H01, Mon) Andersson, Martin.........................1429 (I01B, Sun), ......................................................... 1437 (I01B, Tue) Ando, Fuma.......................................2094 (Z01, Tue) Ando, Fuma................................... 1485 (I01D, Mon) Ando, Nobuo.....................................2057 (Z01, Tue) Ando, Shinji......................................2107 (Z01, Tue) Ando, Takashi.................................. 1018 (G03, Sun) Andoh, Yasunori.............................. 1215 (H03, Tue) Andrade, Angela............................ 1592 (I01F, Mon) Andrei, Petru.........351 (A05, Mon), 1367 (I01A, Mon) Andrei, Petru........318 (A05, Mon), 527 (A08, Wed) Andrews, Michael.............................2099 (Z01, Tue) Andrieux, Fabrice.............................1782 (L01, Tue) Andronescu, Corina.......................... 398 (A05, Wed) Andrulevičius, Mindaugas............1560 (I01E, Mon) Ang, Diing Shenp..............................749 (D04, Thu) Angeles Beltrán, D............................. 644 (C03, Thu) Angelopoulos, Anastasios.............1413 (I01A, Thu), ..........................1499 (I01D, Tue), 2002 (M01, Tue), ........................................................ 2042 (M02, Wed) Anilkumar, Gopinathan................. 1586 (I01E, Wed) Antaño López, Rene........................ 675 (C05, Wed), ........................................................... 880 (F01, Mon) Antaño López, René..........................618 (C02, Tue), ..........................................................2135 (Z02, Wed) Antaño Lopez, Rene......................... 867 (F01, Mon) Antoni, Hendrik...............................1799 (L01, Wed) Antonucci, Vincenzo...........................17 (A01, Mon) Aoki, Atsushi........829 (E03, Wed), 1696 (J01, Mon) Aoki, Osamu...................................... 182 (A04, Sun) Aoki, Toshihiro................................1080 (G03, Thu) Aoki, Tsutomu.................................1539 (I01D, Thu) Aoki, Yoshitaka.................................598 (C02, Mon) Aoyagi, Fukuo................................ 1589 (I01F, Mon) Aoyama, Takahito.............................664 (C04, Mon) Apaja, Vesa...................................... 1765 (L01, Mon) Aponte Huamantinco, Wilson......... 1695 (J01, Mon) Appiah, Williams.........498 (A08, Tue), 513 (A08, Tue) Aquilanti, Giuliana..........................1512 (I01D, Tue) Aragon, Alexander........................... 1960 (L04, Thu) Aragon, Andrew..............................1153 (H01, Mon) Arai, Manabu.................................... 975 (G01, Wed) Arai, Susumu.................................... 1127 (G05, Tue) Araidai, Masaaki.............................. 1286 (H05, Tue) Arakawa, Etsuo.................................766 (D06, Mon) Araki, Koiti............................................3 (A01, Mon)

A. F. Vaz, Carlos............................... 438 (A06, Wed) A. Zaidi, Asad...................................... 28 (A01, Tue) Aasen, Tor........................................1810 (L01, Wed) Abada, Sara........................................ 497 (A07, Tue) Abakumov, Artem..............................417 (A05, Thu) Abate, Vincent.................................. 1282 (H05, Tue) Abbas, Syed Asad...............................815 (E03, Tue) Abbott, Daniel......1408 (I01A, Thu), 1614 (I01F, Wed) Abbott, Joshua...................................1839 (L02, Tue) Abbou, Sofyane.............................1394 (I01A, Wed) Abboud, Zeinab................................ 976 (G01, Wed) Abdel-Fattah, Tarek........................ 1325 (H07, Tue), .......................... 2152 (Z02, Wed), 2153 (Z02, Wed), .......................... 2154 (Z02, Wed), 2155 (Z02, Wed), .......................... 2156 (Z02, Wed), 2158 (Z02, Wed), ..........................................................2159 (Z02, Wed) Abdollahifar, Mozaffar...................... 162 (A03, Tue) Abdullah, Aboubakr...........................570 (C01, Tue), .............................. 679 (C05, Wed), 2074 (Z01, Tue) Abe, Shohei....................................... 980 (G01, Wed) Abedin, Ahmad...............................1023 (G03, Mon) Abere, Michael....................................770 (E01, Tue) Abghoui, Younes...................................1 (A01, Mon) Abild-Pedersen, Frank...................... 870 (F01, Mon) Abraham, K. M.................................. 365 (A05, Tue) Abramov, Aleksandr........................1846 (L02, Tue), ...........................................................1847 (L02, Tue) Abroshan, Hadi.................................1781 (L01, Tue) Abu-Lebdeh, Yaser........................... 117 (A02, Wed) Accogli, Alessandra......................... 247 (A04, Wed), .................................545 (B01, Tue), 775 (E01, Tue), ...............................777 (E01, Tue), 2005 (M01, Tue) Acevedo-Peña, Prospero................... 64 (A01, Wed), .............................138 (A03, Mon), 151 (A03, Mon), ........................... 1905 (L04, Tue), 1947 (L04, Wed), ...........................1954 (L04, Wed), 1962 (L04, Thu), ..........................................................2161 (Z02, Wed) Achari, Innocent................................ 797 (E03, Mon) Ackermann, Mathieu.........................898 (F03, Wed) Acosta, Andres................................... 648 (C03, Thu) Acosta-Alba, Pablo......................... 1011 (G03, Sun), ......................................................... 1175 (H02, Wed) Acznik, Ilona.......................................552 (B01, Tue) Adelmini, Laetitia............................. 979 (G01, Wed) Adesuji, Elijah..................................1795 (L01, Wed) Adi, Akylbek......................................288 (A04, Thu) Adib, Kaveh.........950 (G01, Mon), 951 (G01, Mon) Adkisson, Jim................................... 1049 (G03, Tue) Adler, Stuart........... 1656 (I02, Tue), 1657 (I02, Tue) Adzic, Radoslav......796 (E03, Mon), 1494 (I01D, Tue) Aeinehvand, MohammadMahdi........1301 (H06, Sun), ...............................1304 (H06, Sun), 1307 (H06, Sun) Afanasiev, Valeri.............................1029 (G03, Mon) Agha, Imad........1008 (G03, Sun), 1034 (G03, Mon) Aghion, Stefano................................1917 (L04, Tue) Agostini, Marco.................................290 (A04, Thu) Agrisuelas, Jeronimo....................... 583 (C01, Wed), ............................672 (C05, Wed), 1979 (L05, Wed), ...........................................................2126 (Z01, Tue) Agubra, Victor..................................... 60 (A01, Wed) Aguilar Martínez, Martha...............1758 (K02, Mon) Aguilar Ucán, Claudia.....................1943 (L04, Wed) Aguilar-Lira, Guadalupe................1446 (I01C, Mon) Aguilera, Alberto Florentino............ 884 (F01, Mon) Aguzzoli, Cesar.................................2081 (Z01, Tue) Agyeman, Daniel................................ 79 (A01, Wed) Ahadi, Mohammad........................2178 (I01A, Wed) Ahluwalia, Rajesh...........................1538 (I01D, Thu) Ahmed, Abdulgadir.......................... 859 (F01, Mon) Ahmed, Kumkum............................2033 (M02, Tue) Ahmed, Rasin.................................... 803 (E03, Mon) Ahn, Jin-Ho.......................................990 (G02, Mon) Ahn, Sang Hyun................................ 798 (E03, Mon) Ai, Ye................................................ 1306 (H06, Sun) 182

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Araki, Takuto.....................................1677 (I02, Wed) Arasimowicz, Monika......................1922 (L04, Tue) Araujo, Jesus A..............................1563 (I01E, Mon) Arceo de la Pena, Abraham.............1075 (G03, Thu) Archer, Lynden...................................837 (E04, Wed) Arellano, Anai...................................1914 (L04, Tue) Arenas, Fernando................................ 934 (F04, Tue) Arenz, Matthias...............................1629 (I01F, Wed) Arenz, Matthias...............................1472 (I01D, Sun) Arés-Muzio, Oscar............................ 807 (E03, Mon) Argoud, Maxime..............................1084 (G03, Thu) Arguelles, David........643 (C03, Thu), 2072 (Z01, Tue) Aricò, Antonino S...............................17 (A01, Mon) Arita, Shotaro....................................2083 (Z01, Tue) Arjona, Noé.....1546 (I01E, Sun), 1587 (I01E, Wed), ............................1763 (L01, Mon), 1785 (L01, Tue) Arman, Md. Tanvir........................1422 (I01B, Sun), ........................................................1459 (I01C, Wed) Armand, Michel.................................88 (A02, Mon), ...................................98 (A02, Tue), 100 (A02, Tue) Armand, Michel......85 (A02, Mon), 86 (A02, Mon), .................................105 (A02, Tue), 106 (A02, Tue) Armstrong, Andrew.......................1156 (H01, Mon), .............................1280 (H05, Tue), 1282 (H05, Tue) Arnold, Christopher.......................... 801 (E03, Mon) Arnold, Craig...........43 (A01, Wed), 44 (A01, Wed), ................................218 (A04, Tue), 402 (A05, Thu), .............................. 474 (A07, Mon), 839 (E04, Wed) Arnold, Jerry.....................................659 (C04, Mon) Arnold, Michael..............................1236 (H04, Mon) Arredondo-Baeza, Cristian Humberto........................ ........................................................1446 (I01C, Mon) Arriaga, Luis..... 1302 (H06, Sun), 1546 (I01E, Sun) Arrington, Christian...........................771 (E01, Tue), .............................. 857 (E05, Thu), 1787 (L01, Tue), ........................ 1819 (L02, Mon), 1993 (M01, Mon), ........................... 2011 (M01, Tue), 2013 (M01, Tue) Arroyo-de Dompablo, M. Elena...... 214 (A04, Tue), ........................................................... 517 (A08, Wed) Artur, Camille...................................1937 (L04, Wed) Artyushkova, Kateryna..................1412 (I01A, Thu), ......................... 1414 (I01A, Thu), 1533 (I01D, Thu) Aruväli, Jaan...... 418 (A05, Thu), 1581 (I01E, Wed) Asakawa, Yuichiro............................ 115 (A02, Wed) Asakura, Kiyotaka............................1778 (L01, Tue) Asano, Tanemasa.............................. 974 (G01, Wed) Asbani, Bouchra................................. 156 (A03, Tue) Ascolani-Yael, Julian........................2090 (Z01, Tue) Asen, Ludwig.....1493 (I01D, Tue), 1812 (L02, Sun) Asheim, Karina..................................280 (A04, Thu) Ashinova, Oksana.............................1854 (L02, Tue) Ashtiani, Arash...............................1382 (I01A, Wed) Asinger, Patrick...............................1335 (H07, Wed) Askarpour, Vahid............................1096 (G04, Wed) Asoh, Hidetaka..................................591 (C02, Mon) Aspuru-Guzik, Alan.......................... 126 (A02, Wed) Assali, Simone................................. 976 (G01, Wed), ..........................1024 (G03, Mon), 1088 (G03, Thu), ..........................................................1089 (G03, Thu) Assary, Rajeev.................................... 377 (A05, Tue) Assegie, Addisu................................. 420 (A06, Wed) Asselberghs, Inge............................1029 (G03, Mon) Asselin, Edouard................................573 (C01, Tue), .............................. 865 (F01, Mon), 1780 (L01, Tue) Asset, Tristan...................................1412 (I01A, Thu) Atanasov, Vladimir........................1466 (I01C, Wed) Atanassov, Plamen............................907 (F03, Wed), ........................ 1411 (I01A, Thu), 1412 (I01A, Thu), .........................................................1536 (I01D, Thu) Athouël, Laurence.............................. 167 (A03, Tue) Atkinson, Robert............................ 1435 (I01B, Tue), ........................................................ 1584 (I01E, Wed) Attanayake, N.......428 (A06, Wed), 2053 (Z01, Tue) Atthawong, Watcharit.......................201 (A04, Mon) Attiaoui, Anis.................................1024 (G03, Mon), ............................1077 (G03, Thu), 1089 (G03, Thu)

Atwal, Roopjote..........785 (E02, Wed), 853 (E05, Thu) Aubin, Joris..................................... 1011 (G03, Sun), ........................... 1073 (G03, Wed), 1082 (G03, Thu) Audichon, Thomas.........................1433 (I01B, Mon) Augustin, Matthias............................. 369 (A05, Tue) Auvity, Bruno....... 1373 (I01A, Tue), 1407 (I01A, Thu) Avcıoğlu, Gökçe.............................1428 (I01B, Sun) Ávila-Paredes, Hugo........................ 122 (A02, Wed), ........................................................... 448 (A06, Wed) Awazu, Tomoyuki........................... 1822 (L02, Mon) Axmann, Peter...................................200 (A04, Mon) Aydin, Ömür....................................1072 (G03, Wed) Ayedh, Hussein...............................1293 (H05, Wed) Ayers, Katherine...............................1603 (I01F, Tue) Ayvazian, Talin.................................. 734 (D04, Wed) Azami-Ghadkolai, Milad.................... 45 (A01, Wed) Azevedo, Inês..................................1419 (I01B, Sun) Aziz, Michael.................................... 126 (A02, Wed) Azuma, Atsushi................................. 745 (D04, Wed)

Baldo, Thaisa....................................2003 (M01, Tue) Bally, Laurent.................................... 979 (G01, Wed) Balobaid, Laila................................. 1255 (H04, Tue) Bals, Sara.......................................... 1001 (G02, Tue) Balsara, Nitash....................................90 (A02, Mon) Baltazar Vera, Juan Carlos................ 884 (F01, Mon) Baltazar-Zamora, Miguel................ 584 (C01, Wed), ................................587 (C01, Wed), 645 (C03, Thu) Baltruschat, Helmut..........................328 (A05, Mon) Balucani, Marco............................... 1128 (G05, Tue) Balucani, Marco..................................818 (E03, Tue) Banas, Charles......1422 (I01B, Sun), 1459 (I01C, Wed) Banda, Harish....................................131 (A03, Mon) Banerjee, Rupak.........22 (A01, Tue), 1411 (I01A, Thu) Banerjee, Sanjoy......55 (A01, Wed), 56 (A01, Wed), ..............................58 (A01, Wed), 1800 (L01, Wed), ..........................................................1801 (L01, Wed) Bang, Yannick................................1521 (I01D, Wed) Bannai, Ryosuke................................ 374 (A05, Tue) Banys, Juras........................................417 (A05, Thu) Bao, Xichang....................................2147 (Z02, Wed) Barai, Anup.......................................482 (A07, Mon) Barai, Pallab....................................... 512 (A08, Tue) Baranova, Elena............................... 859 (F01, Mon), ............................... 1685 (I02, Thu), 1686 (I02, Thu) Baranovskiy, Arthur..........................312 (A05, Mon) Barati, Vida......................................1092 (G04, Wed) Barawi Morán, Mariam....................1924 (L04, Tue) Barbosa, José....................................... 888 (F02, Tue) Barbosa Hilario, Rodrigo....................563 (B01, Tue) Barcena-Soto, Maximiliano............2150 (Z02, Wed) Barcia, Oswaldo................................ 670 (C05, Wed) Bardé, Fanny.......... 214 (A04, Tue), 836 (E04, Wed) Bardet, Benjamin..............................602 (C02, Mon) Barge, David...................................1072 (G03, Wed) Baribeau, Jean-Marc...........................621 (C02, Tue) Baricci, Andrea................................1350 (I01A, Sun) Baristiran Kaynak, Canan...............1066 (G03, Wed) Barkholtz, Heather............................. 492 (A07, Tue) Barnes, Jean-Paul............................ 1011 (G03, Sun), ..........................................................1076 (G03, Thu) Barnett, Alejandro............................1596 (I01F, Tue) Baron, Janet.......................................1780 (L01, Tue) Baron, Lukas..................................1520 (I01D, Wed) Barozzi, Mario................................ 1179 (H02, Wed) Barpanda, Prabeer.........6 (A01, Mon), 286 (A04, Thu), .............................. 384 (A05, Wed), 387 (A05, Wed) Barralet, Jake...................................1352 (I01A, Sun) Barrios, Carlos................................... 649 (C03, Thu) Barta, Jan...........................................1728 (J02, Wed) Bartels, David.................................... 863 (F01, Mon) Bartlett, Bart.....................................1940 (L04, Wed) Bartlett, Philip................................. 1106 (G04, Wed) Bartsch, Timo........307 (A05, Sun), 322 (A05, Mon) Barwe, Stefan.................................... 398 (A05, Wed) Baryshnikova, Marina....................1069 (G03, Wed) Barz, Andrea.......................................788 (E02, Wed) Basceri, Cem...................................1159 (H01, Mon) Bashyam, Rajesh.............................1405 (I01A, Thu) Baskar, Senthilkumar........................ 384 (A05, Wed) Basol, Bulent...................................1065 (G03, Wed) Bastidas, David.........665 (C04, Mon), 666 (C04, Mon) Bastidas, Jose Maria......................... 636 (C03, Wed) Bates, Alex.........................................300 (A04, Thu) Battaglia, Corsin.................................16 (A01, Mon), .................................93 (A02, Tue), 876 (F01, Mon), .......................... 1103 (G04, Wed), 1267 (H04, Wed) Battiato, Ilenia..................................... 39 (A01, Wed) Baturina, Olga..........589 (C01, Wed), 1938 (L04, Wed) Bauer, Matthias.......1051 (G03, Tue), 1077 (G03, Thu) Baum, Mario...................................... 956 (G01, Tue)

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Baathen, Marianne..........................1293 (H05, Wed) Babaei, Hasan..................................1335 (H07, Wed) Babic, Ugljesa..................................1605 (I01F, Tue) Baca, Albert...................................... 1280 (H05, Tue) Baca, Ehren.............790 (E02, Wed), 823 (E03, Tue) Baca, Kalin..........1787 (L01, Tue), 2013 (M01, Tue) Bacher, Gerd........ 548 (B01, Tue), 1027 (G03, Mon) Bächle, Andreas............................... 1166 (H01, Tue) Bae, Byung Seong.........................1226 (H03, Wed), ......................... 1228 (H03, Wed), 1229 (H03, Wed), ......................... 1230 (H03, Wed), 1231 (H03, Wed), .......................... 1232 (H03, Wed), 1233 (H03, Wed) Bae, Chulsung......378 (A05, Tue), 1572 (I01E, Tue) Bae, JaeYoung.................................1117 (G05, Mon) Bae, Jihyun..................................... 2039 (M02, Wed) Bae, Jin-Hee......................................2131 (Z01, Tue) Bae, Joongmyeon......1663 (I02, Tue), 1679 (I02, Wed) Bae, Sung Hwa............................... 1109 (G04, Wed) Bae, Tae-Eon.................................... 1042 (G03, Tue) Bae, Youn-Sang................................2016 (M01, Tue) Baek, Donna..................................... 1887 (L02, Thu) Baek, Jeong-Hun.....148 (A03, Mon), 150 (A03, Mon) Baek, Ji Hyun....................................1921 (L04, Tue) Baek, Jong Ung..................................754 (D04, Thu) Baek, Jong-Ung.................................755 (D04, Thu) Baek, Kwang Min............................ 1266 (H04, Tue) Baek, WoonJoong.............................. 367 (A05, Tue) Baek, Yeong Jo...............................1226 (H03, Wed), ......................... 1228 (H03, Wed), 1229 (H03, Wed), ......................... 1230 (H03, Wed), 1231 (H03, Wed), .......................... 1232 (H03, Wed), 1233 (H03, Wed) Bagger, Alexander.............................1914 (L04, Tue) Baglio, Vincenzo.................................17 (A01, Mon) Bahrami, Majid..............................2178 (I01A, Wed) Bahri, Meznan.................................1244 (H04, Mon) Bai, Seoung Jai............................... 1592 (I01F, Mon) Bai, Tingyu......................................1160 (H01, Mon) Baines, Yannick................................1078 (G03, Thu) Bak, Junu.......1482 (I01D, Mon), 1490 (I01D, Mon) Bakenov, Zhumabay..........................288 (A04, Thu) Baker, Andrew......1415 (I01B, Sun), 1510 (I01D, Tue) Baker, David.....................................1933 (L04, Wed) Baker, Jonathon................................ 1283 (H05, Tue) Bakkers, Erik.........711 (D01, Tue), 1079 (G03, Thu) Balasubramanian, Prasanth..............200 (A04, Mon) Balbuena, Perla................................. 308 (A05, Sun), .............................. 317 (A05, Mon), 368 (A05, Tue), ...............................433 (A06, Wed), 500 (A08, Tue), ................................509 (A08, Tue), 514 (A08, Wed) Balčiūnaitė, Aldona.......................1558 (I01E, Mon), ...........................793 (E02, Wed), 1585 (I01E, Wed), .......................... 1617 (I01F, Wed), 1946 (L04, Wed) Baldan, Maurício...............................833 (E03, Wed) Balderas, Patricia..............................2127 (Z01, Tue)

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Baumgart, Helmut............................700 (D01, Mon), .............................701 (D01, Mon), 738 (D04, Wed), .............................966 (G01, Tue), 1105 (G04, Wed), ..........................1243 (H04, Mon), 1265 (H04, Tue), ............................1317 (H07, Tue), 1323 (H07, Tue), ............................1327 (H07, Tue), 1334 (H07, Tue), ......................... 1336 (H07, Wed), 1339 (H07, Wed), ...........................1340 (H07, Wed), 2017 (M01, Tue) Baure, George........213 (A04, Tue), 270 (A04, Wed) Bauschlicher, Charles........................ 505 (A08, Tue) Bautista-Ramírez, Marycruz.............. 76 (A01, Wed) Bayachou, Mekki............................1741 (K02, Mon) Baysal, Oktay................................... 1296 (H06, Sun) Bazant, Martin...................................... 38 (A01, Tue) Beale, Steven.........1429 (I01B, Sun), 1437 (I01B, Tue) Becerra, Emmanuel...........................922 (F03, Wed) Becker, Dina...................................... 229 (A04, Wed) Beckhaus, Rüdiger............................1783 (L01, Tue) Becking, Jens.....................................834 (E04, Wed) Beckman, K.......................................696 (D01, Mon) Becknell, Nigel................................1506 (I01D, Tue) Bedrov, Dmitry.......465 (A06, Thu), 506 (A08, Tue) Beekley, Brett..................................... 960 (G01, Tue) Béguin, François........ 136 (A03, Mon), 541 (B01, Tue) Begum, Mahbuba............................1475 (I01D, Sun) Begum, Shakiela................................787 (E02, Wed) Behera, Amruta................................2036 (M02, Tue) Behrens, Peter.................................. 1318 (H07, Tue) Behueller, Martin............................... 957 (G01, Tue) Bein, Thomas..................................1343 (H07, Wed) Béjar, José Eduardo........................ 1546 (I01E, Sun) Bejtka, Katarzyna.............................. 876 (F01, Mon) Bekaert, Jonas....................................417 (A05, Thu) Bekdüz, Bilge......................................548 (B01, Tue) Bélanger, Daniel................................. 172 (A03, Tue) Belikov, Sergey.................................1846 (L02, Tue) Bell, Alexis....................................1552 (I01E, Mon), ............................ 1577 (I01E, Tue), 1915 (L04, Tue) Bellerive, Julie.................................1405 (I01A, Thu) Bellman, Robert.......950 (G01, Mon), 951 (G01, Mon) Bello, Muhammed.........................1558 (I01E, Mon) Belo, Inês........................................... 861 (F01, Mon) Beltaos, Angela.................................. 762 (D06, Sun) Beltrán-Arandes, Joaquim.................924 (F03, Wed) Beltrop, Kolja.................................... 228 (A04, Wed) Ben Mohamed, Nadia..................... 1175 (H02, Wed) Ben-Ayoun, Dana............................1095 (G04, Wed) Benabed, Yasmine............................... 46 (A01, Wed) Benavente, Fabian.............................. 212 (A04, Tue) Benavidez, Angelica........................2149 (Z02, Wed) Bender, Guido.................................1423 (I01B, Sun) Bender, Hugo..................................1058 (G03, Wed) Bendersky, Leonid............................ 798 (E03, Mon) Benicewicz, Brian..........................1468 (I01C, Wed) Benning, Svenja........256 (A04, Wed), 425 (A06, Wed) Benoit, Daniel................................. 1177 (H02, Wed) Benson, David....................................785 (E02, Wed) Bentien, Anders.................................... 27 (A01, Tue) Berendts, Stefan........246 (A04, Wed), 447 (A06, Wed) Berendts, Stefan................................2055 (Z01, Tue) Berger, John.......................................1672 (I02, Wed) Bergman, J. P...................................1293 (H05, Wed) Bergmann, Rene................................. 957 (G01, Tue) Bergren, Adam.................................532 (B01, Mon), ................................ 758 (D06, Sun), 762 (D06, Sun) Bergsten, Johan................................ 1285 (H05, Tue) Bergstrøm, Trond.............................1596 (I01F, Tue) Berlinger, Sarah..............................1386 (I01A, Wed) Bernal, Oscar...................................1340 (H07, Wed) Bernal Ponce, Vanessa...................... 649 (C03, Thu), ...........................................................665 (C04, Mon) Bernasconi, Roberto.........................416 (A05, Thu), ................................ 789 (E02, Wed), 854 (E05, Thu) Berning, Torsten........................... 1363 (I01A, Mon), .........................................................1401 (I01A, Thu) Bernstein, Jonathan............................ 955 (G01, Tue)

Bernt, Maximilian...........................1598 (I01F, Tue), ..........................................................1606 (I01F, Tue) Berry, Ivan..........1002 (G02, Tue), 1149 (G05, Wed) Bersuker, Gennadi............................. 734 (D04, Wed) Bertasi, Federico................................. 91 (A02, Tue), ............................ 107 (A02, Tue), 1521 (I01D, Wed) Bertei, Antonio..................................... 21 (A01, Tue) Bertocci, Ugo........798 (E03, Mon), 800 (E03, Mon) Bertotti, Mauro......................................3 (A01, Mon) Berzins, Martin................................... 506 (A08, Tue) Bessouet, Clément......................... 2048 (M02, Wed) Besteiro, Lucas................................ 2179 (L04, Mon) Betancourt, H. A.............................. 1303 (H06, Sun) Betancourt, Luis................................1786 (L01, Tue) Bettinelli, Marco.............................. 1707 (J01, Mon) Bettlehiem, Armand......................... 862 (F01, Mon), .......................................................... 1958 (L04, Thu) Betts, Anthony.................................. 1963 (L04, Thu) Beveridge, Connor..........................2154 (Z02, Wed), ........................... 2155 (Z02, Wed), 2156 (Z02, Wed) Bevilacqua, Nico.............................1411 (I01A, Thu) Bex, Pieter........................................ 1135 (G05, Tue) Beyad, Yaser.............12 (A01, Mon), 13 (A01, Mon) Beyer, Gerald................................... 1135 (G05, Tue) Beyer, Hans.......... 234 (A04, Wed), 235 (A04, Wed) Beyne, Eric............964 (G01, Tue), 1135 (G05, Tue) Bhadoria, Rohit............................... 1549 (I01E, Sun) Bhagat, Rohit..................................... 48 (A01, Wed), ..............................146 (A03, Mon), 482 (A07, Mon) Bhandarkar, Neal.............................1808 (L01, Wed) Bhargav, Amruth...............................311 (A05, Mon) Bhaskarwar, Ashok..........................1941 (L04, Wed) Bhat, K. N......................................... 1192 (H02, Thu) Bhat, Navakanta........ 717 (D01, Tue), 1192 (H02, Thu) Bhat, Navakanta................................. 713 (D01, Tue) Bhatnagar, Ajay.................................686 (D01, Mon) Bhattacharyya, Indrani......................950 (G01, Mon) Bhonge, Kaustubh............................... 65 (A01, Wed) Bi, Peng..........................................2000 (M01, Mon) Bi, Yujing............................................405 (A05, Thu) Bi, Zhenxing........686 (D01, Mon), 1075 (G03, Thu) Biddinger, Elizabeth.........................1830 (L02, Tue) Bideaux, Eric...................................1355 (I01A, Sun) Biehl, Ralf......................................... 121 (A02, Wed) Bieker, Peter.......................................834 (E04, Wed) Bielinski, Ashley..............................1940 (L04, Wed) Bienkowski, Krzysztof....................1922 (L04, Tue), ..........................................................1944 (L04, Wed) Bigall, Nadja.....................................601 (C02, Mon) Bigarré, Janick...............................1433 (I01B, Mon) Bigman, Verle..................................1156 (H01, Mon) Bignaud, Charles................................471 (A06, Thu) Billah, Mohammad Masum............ 1212 (H03, Tue) Billoué, Jérôme.................................602 (C02, Mon) Binder, Joachim................................. 221 (A04, Tue) Binnemans, Koen...............................841 (E04, Wed) Binninger, Tobias............................1408 (I01A, Thu) Birbilis, Nick.......................................577 (C01, Tue) Birss, Viola........1771 (L01, Mon), 2010 (M01, Tue) Bishop, Sean.......................................1651 (I02, Tue) Biswas, Pratim.................................. 250 (A04, Wed) Bizzotto, Francesco.........................1629 (I01F, Wed) Black, Alex...................................... 1106 (G04, Wed) Black, Ashley..................................... 214 (A04, Tue) Blanc, Niclas.......................................781 (E01, Tue) Blanco, Daniela................................ 1738 (K02, Sun) Blangero, Maxime............................ 249 (A04, Wed) Blankenship, Andrea.......................1478 (I01D, Sun) Blecke, Jill........... 558 (B01, Tue), 2050 (M02, Wed) Bleiker, Simon...................................948 (G01, Mon) Bliedtner, Jens....................................788 (E02, Wed) Bloed, Charles..................................1797 (L01, Wed) Blomgren, George............................. 113 (A02, Wed) Blyznyuk, Antonina..........................1845 (L02, Tue) Blyznyuk, Antonina.......................... 879 (F01, Mon) Bo, Shou-Hang.................................. 383 (A05, Wed)

Boateng, Emmanuel...........................561 (B01, Tue) Bobrowski, Tim............................... 398 (A05, Wed), ........................................................1984 (M01, Mon) Bocarsly, Andrew.............................1926 (L04, Wed) Bochlin, Yair...................................... 862 (F01, Mon) Bock, David....................................... 180 (A04, Sun) Bodin, Charlotte................................140 (A03, Mon) Bodner, Merit..................................1428 (I01B, Sun) Bogdanowicz, Janusz.....................1058 (G03, Wed) Bogumilowicz, Yann.......................1084 (G03, Thu) Bohn, Nicole...................................... 221 (A04, Tue) Bohn, Paul.........................................597 (C02, Mon) Boillat, Pierre.................................1372 (I01A, Tue), ..........................1376 (I01A, Tue), 1378 (I01A, Tue) Bol, Ageeth......................................1028 (G03, Mon) Bolte, Michael.................................. 1329 (H07, Tue) Boltersdorf, Jonathan.......................1933 (L04, Wed) Bonakdarpour, Arman.....................1601 (I01F, Tue) Bondue, Christoph............................328 (A05, Mon) Boni, Nikhila....................................1929 (L04, Wed) Bonnaud, Olivier.............................1194 (H03, Mon) Bonville, Leonard..........................1422 (I01B, Sun), .......................1459 (I01C, Wed), 1516 (I01D, Wed), ..........................................................1602 (I01F, Tue) Bonzom, Remy................................. 667 (C05, Wed) Borca, Camelia..................................... 25 (A01, Tue) Bordado, João.................................... 861 (F01, Mon) Bordia, Rajendra................................. 45 (A01, Wed) Bordjiba, Tarik................................... 172 (A03, Tue) Boreave, Antoinette......................... 1645 (I02, Mon) Borgardt, Elena................................1597 (I01F, Tue) Borisenko, Natalia............................1836 (L02, Tue) Borisov, Sergey.................................. 366 (A05, Tue) Borlaf, Mario...................................1614 (I01F, Wed) Borland, John.........1019 (G03, Sun), 1065 (G03, Wed) Borukaeva, Inna................................1852 (L02, Tue) Borup, Rod....................................1383 (I01A, Wed), ......................... 1415 (I01B, Sun), 1438 (I01B, Tue), ........................1510 (I01D, Tue), 1517 (I01D, Wed), ..........................................................1604 (I01F, Tue) Borzutzki, Kristina............................ 121 (A02, Wed) Bosques Palomo, Beatriz................. 1301 (H06, Sun) Bosseboeuf, Alain............................. 954 (G01, Tue), ........................................................ 2048 (M02, Wed) Böttcher, René................................... 634 (C03, Wed) Botte, Gerardine......2012 (M01, Tue), 2128 (Z01, Tue) Bottini, Gualberto.............................1834 (L02, Tue) Bottoms, Bill...................................1031 (G03, Mon) Botton, Gianluigi............................... 859 (F01, Mon) Bouchal, Roza...................................338 (A05, Mon) Boucher, Florent................................ 112 (A02, Wed) Bouchet, Renaud................................90 (A02, Mon), ............................. 255 (A04, Wed), 259 (A04, Wed), .............................. 431 (A06, Wed), 436 (A06, Wed) Boulanger, Clotilde......871 (F01, Mon), 888 (F02, Tue) Boulaoued, Athmane........................338 (A05, Mon) Boureau, Victor............................... 1177 (H02, Wed) Bouthillier, Étienne........................1024 (G03, Mon), ..........................................................1088 (G03, Thu) Boyd, Anthony..................................1774 (L01, Tue) Braaten, Jonathan............................1379 (I01A, Tue) Brady, Michael.................................. 626 (C03, Wed) Brady, Nicholas.................................. 180 (A04, Sun) Braga, Maria Helena...........................83 (A02, Mon) Brahim, Sean....................................... 82 (A01, Wed) Brancho, James................................1940 (L04, Wed) Brand, Izabella................................. 1320 (H07, Tue) Brandell, Daniel................................. 215 (A04, Tue) Brandes, Benedikt...........................1477 (I01D, Sun) Brandon, Nigel..................................... 21 (A01, Tue) Brankin, Colin...................................... 92 (A02, Tue) Brankovic, Stanko.............................783 (E02, Wed), ..........................................................1937 (L04, Wed) Braun, Robert....................................1672 (I02, Wed) Braun, Trevor..................................1112 (G05, Mon) Braun, Trevor..................................... 848 (E05, Thu)

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Brechtken, Benedikt........................ 1318 (H07, Tue) Breckenridge, M.............................. 1283 (H05, Tue) Bredol, Michael...................................819 (E03, Tue) Breeden, Michael..............................765 (D06, Mon) Brehm, Moritz..................................1014 (G03, Sun) Brems, Steven.................................1029 (G03, Mon) Brennan, Christopher......................... 706 (D01, Tue) Bresser, Dominic............................... 103 (A02, Tue), ................................223 (A04, Tue), 429 (A06, Wed) Bretas, Danilo...................................2022 (M01, Tue) Breuer, Stefan....................................2078 (Z01, Tue) Breuer, Uwe....................................1071 (G03, Wed) Brezesinski, Torsten.......................... 307 (A05, Sun), ............................ 322 (A05, Mon), 2136 (Z02, Wed) Brgoch, Jakoah..................................1731 (J02, Wed) Bridoux, Claudine............................944 (G01, Mon), ...........................................................946 (G01, Mon) Briguglio, Nicola.................................17 (A01, Mon) Brik, Mikhail....................................1709 (J01, Mon) Brik, Mikhail......................................1720 (J02, Tue) Brinek, Marina..................................2052 (Z01, Tue) Brinkkoetter, Marc........................... 1876 (L02, Thu) Brites, Carlos.................................... 1701 (J01, Mon) Brito de Souza, Camila.......................563 (B01, Tue) Brito Franco, Alfredo........................2068 (Z01, Tue) Brockett, Matthew.............................. 42 (A01, Wed) Brodusch, Nicolas.............................. 184 (A04, Sun) Bromberger, Kolja...........................1596 (I01F, Tue) Brooks, Daniel...................................467 (A06, Thu) Brousse, Thierry................................. 156 (A03, Tue) Brousse, Thierry............................... 112 (A02, Wed), .............................129 (A03, Mon), 136 (A03, Mon), .............................. 140 (A03, Mon), 165 (A03, Tue), ............................................................ 167 (A03, Tue) Brouwer, Jack..................................1420 (I01B, Sun) Brown, David..................................... 167 (A03, Tue) Brown, Steven................................... 869 (F01, Mon) Brown, Zachary................................ 421 (A06, Wed) Bruce, David..................................... 868 (F01, Mon) Bruce, David...................................1613 (I01F, Wed) Bruce, Peter.......... 191 (A04, Mon), 215 (A04, Tue), .................................370 (A05, Tue), 409 (A05, Thu) Bruce, Robert..................................... 760 (D06, Sun) Bruck, Andrea.................................... 180 (A04, Sun) Bruley, John...................................... 1018 (G03, Sun) Brunets, Ihor..................................... 1046 (G03, Tue) Brunklaus, Gunther............................454 (A06, Thu) Brunklaus, Gunther........................... 121 (A02, Wed) Brushett, Fikile........... 20 (A01, Tue), 35 (A01, Tue), ................................ 376 (A05, Tue), 812 (E03, Tue), .............................. 869 (F01, Mon), 2053 (Z01, Tue) Bsiesy, Ahmad.................................1194 (H03, Mon) Bu, Huiming.....................................1075 (G03, Thu) Buca, Dan.......... 1005 (G03, Sun), 1071 (G03, Wed) Bucher, Jan......................................1629 (I01F, Wed) Buchheit, Rudolph......576 (C01, Tue), 659 (C04, Mon) Büchi, Felix.....1371 (I01A, Tue), 1380 (I01A, Tue), ...........................1600 (I01F, Tue), 1622 (I01F, Wed) Buckley, D. Noel.................................612 (C02, Tue) Buckley, Darragh............................. 1172 (H01, Tue) Buckley, Darragh............................... 708 (D01, Tue) Buechler, Karen..............................1505 (I01D, Tue) Buffleben, George.............................. 853 (E05, Thu) Buggy, Nora...................................1554 (I01E, Mon) Bujewska, Paulina...............................543 (B01, Tue) Bukola, Saheed........544 (B01, Tue), 886 (F02, Tue) Bultel, Yann........................................282 (A04, Thu) Bund, Andreas.................................. 634 (C03, Wed), ...............................641 (C03, Thu), 788 (E02, Wed), ............................. 897 (F03, Wed), 1882 (L02, Thu), ..........................................................1981 (L05, Wed) Bunn, Thomas..................................1808 (L01, Wed) Bunshiro, Mae...................................2174 (Z03, Sun) Burckel, D........... 558 (B01, Tue), 2050 (M02, Wed) Burda, Clemens................................ 1265 (H04, Tue) Burdzik, Andrea.............................1636 (I01Z, Mon)

Burel, Laurence................................ 1645 (I02, Mon) Burggraf, Fabian..............................1607 (I01F, Tue) Burheim, Odne................................1418 (I01B, Sun) Burheim, Odne................................1368 (I01A, Tue) Burn, Adam.......................................1842 (L02, Tue) Burr, Geoffrey................................... 732 (D04, Wed) Burstein, Larisa.................................702 (D01, Mon) Burtch, Nicholas.............................1337 (H07, Wed) Bushmaker, Adam............................. 734 (D04, Wed) Busini, Valentina................................792 (E02, Wed) Büsselmann, Julian.........................1430 (I01B, Sun) Buttenhoff, Kristin..........................1244 (H04, Mon) Buvat, Gaëtan....................................129 (A03, Mon) Buvat, Pierrick...............................1433 (I01B, Mon) Buyuklimanli, Temel......................1065 (G03, Wed) Buzon, Didier..................................... 497 (A07, Tue) Byeon, Minhu.................................... 367 (A05, Tue) Byham, Stephanie............................1595 (I01F, Tue) Bykov, Valeriy...................................1855 (L02, Tue) Byrne, Conor.....................................1680 (I02, Wed) Byrne, Nolene..................................1868 (L02, Wed) Bystricky, Ales..................................1728 (J02, Wed) Byun, Seoungwoo............................ 239 (A04, Wed), .................................498 (A08, Tue), 513 (A08, Tue)

Capuano, Christopher......................1603 (I01F, Tue) Capuz, Giovanni.............................. 1135 (G05, Tue) Caravaca, Angel............................... 1645 (I02, Mon) Carbajal-De la Torre, Georgina.......1841 (L02, Tue), ..........................................................2151 (Z02, Wed) Carcadea, Elena............................... 1551 (I01E, Sun) Cárdenas Benítez, Braulio...............1307 (H06, Sun) Cárdenas-Vargas, Rogelio................ 124 (A02, Wed) Carlà, Francesco..................................605 (C02, Tue) Carlier, Dany...........46 (A01, Wed), 249 (A04, Wed) Carlos, Luís...................................... 1701 (J01, Mon) Carlson, Eric..................................... 1276 (H05, Tue) Carmo, Marcelo.............................1620 (I01F, Wed), ........................................................1636 (I01Z, Mon) Carmona Orbezo, Aranzazu.............2080 (Z01, Tue) Carrasco, Irene................................. 1707 (J01, Mon) Carrasco, Javier.................................. 105 (A02, Tue) Carre-Rangel, Luceldi..................... 1734 (K02, Sun) Carreño, Gilberto....... 884 (F01, Mon), 925 (F03, Wed) Carrera-Crespo, J. Edgar................. 1955 (L04, Thu) Carroll, Ronan.........2012 (M01, Tue), 2128 (Z01, Tue) Carter, Joseph...................................1804 (L01, Wed) Carter, W............................................ 246 (A04, Wed) Cartier, Eduard................................. 1018 (G03, Sun) Caruso, Enrico.................................. 1164 (H01, Tue) Carvajal, Susanita............................2003 (M01, Tue) Casalegno, Andrea..........................1350 (I01A, Sun) Casals, Jose Luis............................... 517 (A08, Wed) Casanova-Moreno, Jannu................ 1298 (H06, Sun) Casas-Cabanas, Montse..................... 105 (A02, Tue) Casillas, Norberto............................2150 (Z02, Wed) Cassan, Eric......................................1082 (G03, Thu) Cassano, Christopher..................... 2038 (M02, Wed) Cassidy, John.................................... 1963 (L04, Thu) Castaneda, Homero........................... 673 (C05, Wed) Castañeda, Josue...............................2127 (Z01, Tue) Castañeda Ramírez, Sergio.............1360 (I01A, Sun) Castañeda Ulloa, Locksley................. 939 (F04, Tue) Castañeda Ulloa, Locksley................. 932 (F04, Tue) Castaneda-Robles, Ivan....................2069 (Z01, Tue) Castelli, Ivano.................................1614 (I01F, Wed) Castellino, Micaela........................... 876 (F01, Mon) Castillo Aguilar, Saul........................ 587 (C01, Wed) Castillo Araiza, Carlos...................... 516 (A08, Wed) Castro, Laurent.................................... 46 (A01, Wed) Castro Pardo, Samuel.......................2130 (Z01, Tue) Castro-Cruz, Hiram Manuel............. 2111 (Z01, Tue) Catala, Marisa................................... 672 (C05, Wed) Caulmilone, Raphael........................941 (G01, Mon) Cava, Robert.....................................1926 (L04, Wed) Cavalca, Filippo................................1917 (L04, Tue) Cavaliere, Sara...............................1462 (I01C, Wed) Cavoué, Thomas.............................. 1645 (I02, Mon) Caymax, Matty...............................1029 (G03, Mon), .........................................................1069 (G03, Wed) Cedano, Mario.................................1749 (K02, Mon) Ceder, Gerbrand...............................196 (A04, Mon), ..............................383 (A05, Wed), 2166 (Z03, Sun) Ceilo, Kimberly................................ 1282 (H05, Tue) Cekic-Laskovic, Isidora....................454 (A06, Thu), ............................................................455 (A06, Thu) Celano, U.........................................1029 (G03, Mon) Celis Retana, Pavel.......................... 1303 (H06, Sun) Cerro-Lopez, Monica.......................2116 (Z01, Tue) Cervantes-Alcalá, Rogelio................... 32 (A01, Tue) Cetina Dorantes, Marco.................... 806 (E03, Mon) Cetinbas, Firat...............................1517 (I01D, Wed), .........................................................1538 (I01D, Thu) Cha, Sang-ho.....................................484 (A07, Mon) Cha, Suk Won....................................1652 (I02, Tue) Chacon, Yeison............................... 2046 (M02, Wed) Chadderdon, David.......................... 875 (F01, Mon), .......................................................... 1964 (L04, Thu) Chadderdon, Xiaotong...................... 875 (F01, Mon) Chae, Hobyung...................................568 (C01, Tue) Chae, Soryong..................................... 894 (F02, Tue)

C

Caballero Saldivar, Eduardo............1301 (H06, Sun) Cabana, Jordi..................................... 230 (A04, Wed) Cabelguen, Pierre Etienne................ 249 (A04, Wed) Cabral, José........... 575 (C01, Tue), 625 (C03, Wed), ...............................636 (C03, Wed), 642 (C03, Thu), .............................. 645 (C03, Thu), 665 (C04, Mon), ..............................2066 (Z01, Tue), 2067 (Z01, Tue) Cabral-Miramontes, Jose...................582 (C01, Tue), ..............................584 (C01, Wed), 587 (C01, Wed), ........................................................... 588 (C01, Wed) Cabrera, Carlos..................................1786 (L01, Tue) Cabrera, Carlos...............................1990 (M01, Mon) Cabrera, Carlos...................................918 (F03, Wed) Cabrera, René...................................... 64 (A01, Wed) Cabrera, Saul...................................... 212 (A04, Tue) Cabrita, Eurico..................................1832 (L02, Tue) Cadenas, Erasmo...............................1841 (L02, Tue) Cadien, Ken...........................................4 (A01, Mon) Cadu, Svetlana................................. 1880 (L02, Thu) Cady, Nathaniel.................................696 (D01, Mon) Cai, Xiaosheng..................................2115 (Z01, Tue) Cai, Yuanyuan.................................1033 (G03, Mon) Calabrese Barton, Scott..................1789 (L01, Wed), ..........................................................1792 (L01, Wed) Calderón, Jorge.................................1775 (L01, Tue) Calderon Zavaleta, Sandy Luz.........2079 (Z01, Tue) Caliskan, Salim.................................1920 (L04, Tue) Call, Douglas....................................... 889 (F02, Tue) Calleja, Gerardo...............................2148 (Z02, Wed) Camacho, Edgar.................................921 (F03, Wed) Camacho, Mara................................... 938 (F04, Tue) Camacho-Forero, Luis...................... 308 (A05, Sun), ............................................................ 500 (A08, Tue) Camargo, Magali...............................788 (E02, Wed) Campbell, Jason................................ 738 (D04, Wed) Campechano, Clarisa........................ 643 (C03, Thu), ...........................................................2072 (Z01, Tue) Campos, Juan Alfonso........................ 39 (A01, Wed) Caniatti, Massimo............................ 1187 (H02, Thu) Cano, Abraham................................1791 (L01, Wed) Canongia Lopes, José.......................1832 (L02, Tue) Canto Aguilar, Esdras...................... 805 (E03, Mon), .......................................................... 1956 (L04, Thu) Cao, Hua........................................... 1308 (H06, Sun) Cao, Lei............................................. 882 (F01, Mon) Cao, Yan..........................................1239 (H04, Mon) Cao, Yong............................................19 (A01, Mon) Capellini, Giovanni........................1071 (G03, Wed), ..........................................................1085 (G03, Thu) Cappillino, Patrick.............................785 (E02, Wed)

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Chagarov, Evgueni............................694 (D01, Mon) Chagnon, Dany................................. 976 (G01, Wed) Chai, Geun Seok.............................1623 (I01F, Wed) Chaitree, Wasu............................... 1583 (I01E, Wed) Chakrabarti, Barun............................... 21 (A01, Tue) Chalamala, Babu................................ 492 (A07, Tue) Chan, B..............................................983 (G02, Mon) Chan, Karen.................................... 1891 (L04, Mon) Chandesris, Marion..........................1596 (I01F, Tue) Chandra, Abhijit................................477 (A07, Mon) Chang, Edward..................................685 (D01, Mon) Chang, Shuo-Wen............................ 1132 (G05, Tue) Chang, Ting-Chang......................... 1210 (H03, Tue), .......................................................... 1214 (H03, Tue) Chang, UiJin.........342 (A05, Mon), 343 (A05, Mon) Chang, Wen Hsin............................ 1174 (H02, Wed) Chang, Wen-Sheng........62 (A01, Wed), 67 (A01, Wed) Chang, Yiu-Hsiang........................... 1139 (G05, Tue) Chang, Yu-Ling................................... 62 (A01, Wed) Chao, Robin.....................................1075 (G03, Thu) Chaplin, Brian....................................913 (F03, Wed) Charles, Matthew............................1078 (G03, Thu), ..........................................................1084 (G03, Thu) Chatenet, Marian............................ 1584 (I01E, Wed) Chatterjee, Sanghamitra...............1986 (M01, Mon), ........................................................1987 (M01, Mon) Chaupatnaik, Anshuman....................286 (A04, Thu) Chavan, Kanchan.............................1792 (L01, Wed) Chávez, Abraham........................... 1546 (I01E, Sun), ..........................................................2006 (M01, Tue) Chávez-Ochoa, David......................2150 (Z02, Wed) Chazalviel, Jean-Noël.........................603 (C02, Tue) Cheek, Graham...............................1752 (K02, Mon) Chen, Aicheng...... 561 (B01, Tue), 2001 (M01, Tue) Chen, Chia-Wei........1170 (H01, Tue), 1262 (H04, Tue) Chen, Chuantong............................. 1278 (H05, Tue) Chen, Chunguang............................. 425 (A06, Wed) Chen, Dilin....................................... 1310 (H06, Tue) Chen, Dong-Hui..... 1314 (H07, Tue), 1328 (H07, Tue) Chen, Dongchang.............................189 (A04, Mon) Chen, Fu........................................... 1299 (H06, Sun) Chen, George.................................... 446 (A06, Wed) Chen, George...................................1968 (L05, Wed) Chen, Guoying.......14 (A01, Mon), 189 (A04, Mon) Chen, Hao........................................... 719 (D02, Tue) Chen, Hao Ming............................... 1248 (H04, Tue) Chen, Hsueh-Shih..........................1246 (H04, Mon), .......................................................... 1258 (H04, Tue) Chen, Huimei................................. 1580 (I01E, Wed) Chen, Jaujiun.....................................689 (D01, Mon) Chen, J. C......................................... 1256 (H04, Tue) Chen, Jerry.............510 (A08, Tue), 520 (A08, Wed) Chen, Jiahao....................................... 759 (D06, Sun) Chen, Josephine................................1830 (L02, Tue) Chen, Jr-Tai...................................... 1285 (H05, Tue) Chen, Kuan-Hung.......303 (A05, Sun), 997 (G02, Tue) Chen, Lin..........................................2141 (Z02, Wed) Chen, Lin.......................................... 1252 (H04, Tue) Chen, Liu.........................................1496 (I01D, Tue) Chen, Mengjie.................................1410 (I01A, Thu) Chen, PinHaw................................. 1575 (I01E, Tue) Chen, Qing....................................... 1012 (G03, Sun) Chen, Sheng-Wen............................... 62 (A01, Wed) Chen, Shuo......................................1615 (I01F, Wed) Chen, Siwei......................................2146 (Z02, Wed) Chen, Ting..........................................1651 (I02, Tue) Chen, Wei......................................... 1048 (G03, Tue) Chen, Weixi..... 1036 (G03, Mon), 1037 (G03, Mon) Chen, Wen-Tzu...............................1220 (H03, Wed) Chen, Xiao.......................................1035 (G03, Mon) Chen, Xiao........1033 (G03, Mon), 1063 (G03, Wed) Chen, Xin..........1105 (G04, Wed), 1317 (H07, Tue), ............................1323 (H07, Tue), 1327 (H07, Tue), ..........................................................2017 (M01, Tue) Chen, Xubin.......................................470 (A06, Thu) Chen, Yanyu....................................... 494 (A07, Tue)

Chen, Yao-Tsung.............................. 1138 (G05, Tue) Chen, Yechuan................................1412 (I01A, Thu) Chen, Yi-Ching................................ 1129 (G05, Tue) Chen, Yi-Heng................................1235 (H03, Wed) Chen, Yingjie..................................1564 (I01E, Mon) Chen, Yuhui........................................ 370 (A05, Tue) Chen, Zhen......................................... 103 (A02, Tue) Chen, Zhi............................................ 719 (D02, Tue) Chen, Zong-Cyuan........................... 1138 (G05, Tue) Cheng, Bin.......................................1269 (H04, Wed) Cheng, Buwen................................. 1015 (G03, Sun), ..........................1040 (G03, Mon), 1063 (G03, Wed) Cheng, Ju-Hsiang.............................. 420 (A06, Wed) Cheng, Junfang.............................. 1545 (I01E, Sun), ......................... 1594 (I01F, Mon), 1626 (I01F, Wed) Cheng, Lanxia.................................... 709 (D01, Tue) Cheng, Lin.........................................952 (G01, Mon) Cheng, Wei..........1931 (L04, Wed), 2117 (Z01, Tue) Cheng, Xi........................................1614 (I01F, Wed) Cheng, Yi-Lung................................ 1144 (G05, Tue) Cheng, Zhe...........1674 (I02, Wed), 1675 (I02, Wed) Cheriet, Abdelhak...............................603 (C02, Tue) Cherkaoui, Karim......708 (D01, Tue), 1164 (H01, Tue) Chernov, Andrey...............................691 (D01, Mon) Chernyshov, Mikhail........................1816 (L02, Sun) Cheung, Kin......... 734 (D04, Wed), 738 (D04, Wed) Chevalier, Nicolas...........................1082 (G03, Thu), ..........................................................1084 (G03, Thu) Chevalier, Stephane.......................1373 (I01A, Tue), .........................................................1407 (I01A, Thu) Chi, DongZhi..................................1274 (H04, Wed) Chiang, Chien Chih............................ 70 (A01, Wed) Chiang, Chien-Chih.......67 (A01, Wed), 71 (A01, Wed) Chiang, Hsiao-Cheng...................... 1214 (H03, Tue) Chiang, Ya-Chi................................. 1125 (G05, Tue) Chiang, Yet-Ming.............................. 246 (A04, Wed) Chiappe, Daniele.............................1029 (G03, Mon) Chiba, Aya...........................................566 (C01, Tue) Chidsey, Christopher........................1942 (L04, Wed) Chien, Ta-Chun.......744 (D04, Wed), 1235 (H03, Wed) Chikahisa, Takemi........................ 1364 (I01A, Mon), ........................1370 (I01A, Tue), 1388 (I01A, Wed), ........................................................1395 (I01A, Wed) Chinello, Enrico.................................898 (F03, Wed) Chintam, Kavitha............................ 1441 (I01B, Tue) Chiou, Yu-Ting................................. 1299 (H06, Sun) Chisaka, Mitsuharu........................1529 (I01D, Wed) Chiu, Hsien-Chieh...... 104 (A02, Tue), 295 (A04, Thu) Chiu, Sheng-Cheng............................ 71 (A01, Wed), ...........................................................2175 (Z03, Sun) Chiu, Yu-Chuan......744 (D04, Wed), 1235 (H03, Wed) Cho, EunAe.......... 393 (A05, Wed), 469 (A06, Thu), ......................1482 (I01D, Mon), 1490 (I01D, Mon), ........................................................ 1590 (I01F, Mon) Cho, Inseong...................................... 513 (A08, Tue) Cho, Jinil................. 78 (A01, Wed), 111 (A02, Tue), ..............................332 (A05, Mon), 358 (A05, Mon) Cho, Jung Sang.................................330 (A05, Mon) Cho, Kyeongjae......79 (A01, Wed), 515 (A08, Wed) Cho, Kyu Taek................................... 65 (A01, Wed), ............................... 109 (A02, Tue), 340 (A05, Mon) Cho, M...............................................197 (A04, Mon) Cho, Sung Haeng............................1202 (H03, Mon) Cho, Yong-Hun..............................1562 (I01E, Mon) Cho, Youngshik.................................. 367 (A05, Tue) Choe, Chanyang............................... 1278 (H05, Tue) Choe, Seunghoe..................................809 (E03, Tue) Choi, Chang-Hwan........................... 635 (C03, Wed) Choi, Changhoon.............................. 629 (C03, Wed) Choi, Chel-Jong..............................1041 (G03, Mon) Choi, Hyejeong...............................1755 (K02, Mon) Choi, Hyeon Rak...............................1684 (I02, Thu) Choi, Hyun-Jong.... 1664 (I02, Tue), 1665 (I02, Tue) Choi, Hyung Jong.............................2102 (Z01, Tue) Choi, Indae..........................................549 (B01, Tue) Choi, Insoo.....................................1562 (I01E, Mon)

Choi, Ji-Ho....................................... 1168 (H01, Tue) Choi, Ji-Yeon.....................................2176 (Z03, Sun) Choi, Jin-Young.................................755 (D04, Thu) Choi, Jiwoo........... 1689 (I02, Thu), 1692 (I02, Thu) Choi, Junyoung................................ 252 (A04, Wed), ............................. 273 (A04, Wed), 275 (A04, Wed), ..............................276 (A04, Wed), 333 (A05, Mon) Choi, Mansoo.....................................549 (B01, Tue), ............................... 1689 (I02, Thu), 1692 (I02, Thu) Choi, Min-Ju.....................................1923 (L04, Tue) Choi, Paul............... 181 (A04, Sun), 294 (A04, Thu) Choi, Taekjib..................................... 251 (A04, Wed) Choi, Woo Sung.................................297 (A04, Thu) Choi, Yeonuk.....................................1780 (L01, Tue) Choi, Young-Bong...........................1970 (L05, Wed) Choi, Young-Woo.........................1444 (I01C, Mon), ...........................................................2176 (Z03, Sun) Chojnacka, Agnieszka......................136 (A03, Mon) Cholula-Díaz, Jorge Luis.................1794 (L01, Wed) Choudhury, Devika.......................... 1004 (G02, Tue) Choudhury, Snehashis.......................837 (E04, Wed) Choudhury, Tanushree....................... 704 (D01, Tue) Chowdhury, Mohammad................. 1053 (G03, Tue) Chowdhury, Rahnuma....................1200 (H03, Mon) Christ, Jason....................................1423 (I01B, Sun) Christy, Maria.....................................468 (A06, Thu) Chu, Howie.........................................211 (A04, Tue) Chu, Peter........................................ 1575 (I01E, Tue) Chu, Schubert................................... 1053 (G03, Tue) Chu, Terry........................................... 380 (A05, Tue) Chu, Ying-Hao................................. 1257 (H04, Tue) Chua, Soo Jin....................................942 (G01, Mon) Chubarov, Mikhail............................. 704 (D01, Tue) Chueh, Yu-Lun................................ 1170 (H01, Tue), ..........................1241 (H04, Mon), 1254 (H04, Tue), .......................................................... 1262 (H04, Tue) Chugh, Sachin.................................1469 (I01D, Sun) Chukin, Andrey.........1843 (L02, Tue), 1848 (L02, Tue) Chun, Hee-Joon.............................. 1765 (L01, Mon) Chun, Hee-Joon................................1773 (L01, Tue) Chun, Wang-Jae................................1778 (L01, Tue) Chung, Hoon..................................1533 (I01D, Thu), ........................ 1534 (I01D, Thu), 1537 (I01D, Thu), ........................ 1538 (I01D, Thu), 1540 (I01D, Thu), ............................1572 (I01E, Tue), 1609 (I01F, Tue) Chung, Robert........1869 (L02, Wed), 1872 (L02, Wed) Chung, Stream.................................. 1138 (G05, Tue) Cid, Clement......................................915 (F03, Wed) Cierpik-Gold, Kim...........................1595 (I01F, Tue) Cifuentes, Andres........................... 2046 (M02, Wed) Clare, Laurie....................................1747 (K02, Mon) Clark, Dexter...................................1752 (K02, Mon) Clark, Michael.......................................4 (A01, Mon) Clark, Robert......... 696 (D01, Mon), 717 (D01, Tue) Clausen, Caterina............................. 1016 (G03, Sun) Claverie, Alain................................ 1177 (H02, Wed) Cleemann, Lars..............................1477 (I01D, Sun), .........................................................1620 (I01F, Wed) Cleghorn, Simon............................1455 (I01C, Wed) Cleland, Keith................................1399 (I01A, Wed) Cliffel, David......................................562 (B01, Tue), ........................... 1978 (L05, Wed), 1980 (L05, Wed) Co, Anne.......................................... 1894 (L04, Mon) Cobley, Andy......................................787 (E02, Wed) Cochet, Magali................................1378 (I01A, Tue) Coelho, João.....................................2157 (Z02, Wed) Coffer, Jeffery....................................595 (C02, Mon) Cogorno, Matt...................................686 (D01, Mon) Coia, Cedrik...................................... 976 (G01, Wed) Coignus, J...........................................747 (D04, Thu) Coker, Eric........................................2149 (Z02, Wed) Colclasure, Andrew............................ 225 (A04, Tue) Coleman, Emma................................ 708 (D01, Tue) Collazo, Ramon............................... 1283 (H05, Tue) Collen, Takaza...................................2088 (Z01, Tue) Collins, Jacob..................................... 850 (E05, Thu)

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Collins, John.........1716 (J02, Mon), 1722 (J02, Tue) Collins, John.......................................1721 (J02, Tue) Colombeau, Benjamin................... 1176 (H02, Wed), ......................................................... 1179 (H02, Wed) Colombo, Luigi.................................. 709 (D01, Tue) Colon, Albert.................................... 1280 (H05, Tue) Colon-Mercado, Hector................1468 (I01C, Wed), ........................................................1995 (M01, Mon) Colunga Urbina, Edith....................1806 (L01, Wed), ...........................................................2125 (Z01, Tue) Coms, Frank....... 1458 (I01C, Wed), 1631 (I01Z, Mon) Condeco, José.................................... 883 (F01, Mon) Cong, Hongbo.....................................578 (C01, Tue) Connolly, James................................. 708 (D01, Tue) Consiglio, Steven.......696 (D01, Mon), 717 (D01, Tue) Conti, Richard......... 686 (D01, Mon), 1075 (G03, Thu) Contreras-Pimentel, Luis.................. 124 (A02, Wed) Conzuelo, Felipe............................1984 (M01, Mon) Cook, David.................................... 1106 (G04, Wed) Cook, Eugene..................................... 955 (G01, Tue) Cooze, Nathan................................... 622 (C03, Wed) Copley, Mark...................................... 103 (A02, Tue) Cordaro, Giulio..................................1646 (I02, Tue) Corgnale, Claudio..........................1421 (I01B, Sun), ............................1898 (L04, Mon), 1910 (L04, Tue) Cornejo, Oscar........ 906 (F03, Wed), 939 (F04, Tue) Cornell, Ann........................................ 47 (A01, Wed) Corona-Avendaño, Silvia................1788 (L01, Tue), ..........................................................1809 (L01, Wed) Coronell, Orlando............................... 889 (F02, Tue) Corrêa, Ricardo................................2022 (M01, Tue) Cosnier, Serge..................................1977 (L05, Wed) Cossio, Gabriel................................... 706 (D01, Tue) Costard, Janina................................... 204 (A04, Tue) Coste, Philippe............................... 2048 (M02, Wed) Cotonieto- Anaya, J. I.......................2069 (Z01, Tue) Coulon, Nathalie..............................2032 (M02, Tue) Coulot, Laurent..................................898 (F03, Wed) Courty, Matthieu................................ 106 (A02, Tue) Coyle, Jaclyn..................................... 449 (A06, Wed) Crawford, Mary.....1156 (H01, Mon), 1282 (H05, Tue) Creager, Stephen................................ 45 (A01, Wed), .................................544 (B01, Tue), 886 (F02, Tue), ...........................1771 (L01, Mon), 2010 (M01, Tue) Cresce, Arthur...................................... 37 (A01, Tue) Crespo-Yapur, D. Alfonso..............1790 (L01, Wed), ........................... 1791 (L01, Wed), 1794 (L01, Wed) Cristiani, Cinzia............................. 1439 (I01B, Tue), ............................. 1442 (I01B, Tue), 1646 (I02, Tue) Cristiano, Fuccio.............................. 1011 (G03, Sun) Croche B, René................................. 584 (C01, Wed) Crosnier, Olivier............................... 112 (A02, Wed), .............................129 (A03, Mon), 131 (A03, Mon), ............................... 136 (A03, Mon), 167 (A03, Tue) Cross, Karen....................................1156 (H01, Mon) Crothers, Andrew.............................. 522 (A08, Wed) Crouch, Garrison...............................597 (C02, Mon) Cruden, Andy.....................................412 (A05, Thu) Crumlin, Ethan................................1414 (I01A, Thu) Cruz, Marisela.................................1757 (K02, Mon) Cruz-Díaz, Martin.............................. 892 (F02, Tue), .................................. 935 (F04, Tue), 938 (F04, Tue) Cuenca, Alejandro............................ 583 (C01, Wed), ........................................................... 672 (C05, Wed) Cui, Ling........................................... 1642 (I02, Mon) Cui, Lingling....................................1953 (L04, Wed) Cui, Xuedong.......1594 (I01F, Mon), 1626 (I01F, Wed) Cui, Yanhua.......................................195 (A04, Mon) Cui, Yixiu..........................................195 (A04, Mon) Cui, Zhenxing........881 (F01, Mon), 882 (F01, Mon) Cullen, David.................................1381 (I01A, Tue), .........................1410 (I01A, Thu), 1438 (I01B, Tue), ....................... 1518 (I01D, Wed), 1534 (I01D, Thu), .........................................................1540 (I01D, Thu) Cunci, Lisandro..............................1990 (M01, Mon)

Cuneo, Federico.................................775 (E01, Tue), .................................777 (E01, Tue), 792 (E02, Wed) Cunningham, Daniel........................ 1276 (H05, Tue) Cupo, Christian................................2146 (Z02, Wed) Curiel, Francisco...............................2066 (Z01, Tue) Curran, Anya.................................... 1165 (H01, Tue) Curtin, Kathrine...............................2021 (M01, Tue) Cusick, Roland.................................... 891 (F02, Tue) Cvelbar, Uros.................................. 1152 (G05, Wed) Czornomaz, Lukas........................... 1009 (G03, Sun)

De Palma, Alex.................................. 706 (D01, Tue) De Sagazan, Olivier.........................2023 (M01, Tue) De Sagazan, Olivier.......................1225 (H03, Wed), ..........................................................2032 (M02, Tue) De Sloovere, Dries.............................417 (A05, Thu) De Vito, Eric.......................................282 (A04, Thu) de Vivie-Riedle, Regina.....................451 (A06, Thu) de Vooys, Arnoud........639 (C03, Thu), 640 (C03, Thu) De Wolf, Ingrid..............................1058 (G03, Wed), .........................................................1070 (G03, Wed) DeBie, Sidney.....................................782 (E01, Tue) Debucquoy, Maarten..........................470 (A06, Thu) DeCoster, Mallory...........................1336 (H07, Wed) Dedov, Kirill V..........1846 (L02, Tue), 1847 (L02, Tue) Dedyukhin, Alexander.....................1848 (L02, Tue), ...........................................................1849 (L02, Tue) Deferm, Clio.......................................841 (E04, Wed) Defforge, Thomas.............................602 (C02, Mon) DeJarld, Matthew..............................1774 (L01, Tue) Del Ángel Vicente, Paz.......................555 (B01, Tue) Delabie, Annelies..............................983 (G02, Mon) Delaille, Arnaud.................................282 (A04, Thu) DeLaney, Scott.................................... 42 (A01, Wed) Delgado, Hernan............................... 863 (F01, Mon) Delgado, Nuno..................................... 28 (A01, Tue) Delgado Galván, Xitlali Virginia..... 884 (F01, Mon) Delhotal, Jarod................................1156 (H01, Mon) Dell’Oro, Ruben................................ 804 (E03, Mon) Delmas, Claude................................. 249 (A04, Wed) Delnick, Frank................................... 125 (A02, Wed) Delobel, Bruno.................................. 525 (A08, Wed) Delp, S. A..........................................197 (A04, Mon) Delp, Samuel........199 (A04, Mon), 435 (A06, Wed) Demirci, Umit...................................2173 (Z03, Sun) Demopoulos, George........................ 104 (A02, Tue), ................................ 184 (A04, Sun), 295 (A04, Thu) Dendooven, Jolien...........................984 (G02, Mon), .......................................................... 1001 (G02, Tue) Deng, Bowen...................................... 727 (D02, Tue) Deng, Wei.........................................2180 (L04, Wed) Deng, Xiaoyang..................................554 (B01, Tue) Denuault, Guy................................. 1766 (L01, Mon) Derakhshandeh, Jaber...................... 1135 (G05, Tue) Dervishogullari, Dilek....................1978 (L05, Wed), ..........................................................1980 (L05, Wed) Deshpande, Siddharth..................... 1765 (L01, Mon) Dessources, S.................................1555 (I01E, Mon) Detavernier, Christophe...................984 (G02, Mon), .............................. 1001 (G02, Tue), 1723 (J02, Tue) Deunf, Elise.........................................89 (A02, Mon) Deura, Momoko...............................2139 (Z02, Wed) Devarajan, Thamarai.........................686 (D01, Mon) Devie, Arnaud.................................... 213 (A04, Tue) Devivo, Blake.................................1995 (M01, Mon) Devyatkin, Sergei..............................1861 (L02, Tue) Dewan, Moumita..............................144 (A03, Mon) Dey, Sonal.........................................696 (D01, Mon) Dhanak, Vinod................................. 1020 (G03, Sun) Dhanaraj, Govindhan......................1287 (H05, Wed) Di Bartolo, Baldassare..................... 1716 (J02, Mon) Di Benedetto, Francesco.....................817 (E03, Tue) Di Bona, Kristin...............................1863 (L02, Wed) Di Noto, Vito....................................... 91 (A02, Tue), ............................ 107 (A02, Tue), 1521 (I01D, Wed) Diao, Weijian................................... 1898 (L04, Mon) Dias Impere, Ana Gabrielle................563 (B01, Tue) Diaz, Christian...................................291 (A04, Thu) Diaz, Joel.............................................575 (C01, Tue) Diaz Armas, Gladys......................... 1301 (H06, Sun) Díaz Blanco, Yohandry.......................569 (C01, Tue) Díaz Cárdenas, María........................ 651 (C03, Thu) Diaz Lujan, Alfredo......................... 1962 (L04, Thu) Diaz Morales, Oscar.........................1917 (L04, Tue) Diaz-Ayala, Ramonita....................1990 (M01, Mon) Diaz-Cartagena, Diana..................1990 (M01, Mon) Diaz-Chavez, L................................. 262 (A04, Wed)

D

D’Ambrose, Michael......................... 55 (A01, Wed), ............................................................. 56 (A01, Wed) D’Couto, Chris...................................291 (A04, Thu) d’Entremont, Anna..........................1421 (I01B, Sun) D’Haen, Jan........................................417 (A05, Thu) D’urso, Claudia...................................17 (A01, Mon) Dabrowski, Jaroslaw....................... 1180 (H02, Wed) Dacanin Far, Ljubica........................ 1703 (J01, Mon) Daffos, Barbara.................................131 (A03, Mon) Dagan, Nicholas.............................1386 (I01A, Wed) Dagan, Ronen....................................702 (D01, Mon) Dagault, Lea..................................... 1011 (G03, Sun) Dagel, Amber...................................1787 (L01, Tue), ........................... 2011 (M01, Tue), 2013 (M01, Tue) Dahl, Paul..........................................485 (A07, Mon) Dahn, Jeff.............187 (A04, Mon), 430 (A06, Wed) Dahn, Jeff........................................... 304 (A05, Sun) Dai, Gui-Ping......................................547 (B01, Tue) Dai, Sheng........................................ 1881 (L02, Thu) Daichi, Koretomo...........................1218 (H03, Wed) Daigle, Jean-Christophe................... 115 (A02, Wed) Daimon, Hideo................................1495 (I01D, Tue) Dale, Nilesh..................................... 1434 (I01B, Tue) Dalla Corte, Daniel.............................603 (C02, Tue) Dalmau, Rafael................................ 1284 (H05, Tue) Damjanović, Ana Marija................ 1511 (I01D, Tue) Dan, Dan.............................................. 41 (A01, Wed) Dang, Chi......................................... 1190 (H02, Thu) Dangi, Ajay......................................2027 (M02, Tue) Daniels, Kevin...................................1774 (L01, Tue) Dara, Praveen..................................... 964 (G01, Tue) Darling, Robert.................................. 376 (A05, Tue), ............................522 (A08, Wed), 1404 (I01A, Thu) Darriet, Jacques................................... 46 (A01, Wed) Das, Hrishikesh...............................1290 (H05, Wed) Das, Sachindranath............................ 164 (A03, Tue) Dasgupta, Neil........303 (A05, Sun), 997 (G02, Tue), ..............................998 (G02, Tue), 1940 (L04, Wed) Datta, Moni........313 (A05, Mon), 1628 (I01F, Wed) Datta, S..............................................696 (D01, Mon) Dávila-Jiménez, M. M.......................924 (F03, Wed) Davis, Andrew.................................... 997 (G02, Tue) Davis, Benjamin................................. 380 (A05, Tue) Davis, James.....................................1874 (L02, Wed) Davydov, Albert................................694 (D01, Mon) Dawson-Elli, Neal.....860 (F01, Mon), 872 (F01, Mon) Day, Brian..........................................313 (A05, Mon) De Carvalho, Rafaela....................... 1963 (L04, Thu) De Castro, Emory...........................1427 (I01B, Sun) De Denko, Alexandra....................... 805 (E03, Mon) de Fraga Malfatti, Célia....................2081 (Z01, Tue) De Gendt, Stefan.............................1029 (G03, Mon) De la Garza, Maribel.......................... 649 (C03, Thu) de la Garza Rodríguez, Iliana.........1806 (L01, Wed), ...........................................................2125 (Z01, Tue) de la Peña O’Shea, V.........................1924 (L04, Tue) de la Presa, Patricia.............................774 (E01, Tue) de la Rosa Gómez, Alejandra............. 63 (A01, Wed) de la Torre Saenz, Luis....................153 (A03, Mon), ........................................................1556 (I01E, Mon) De Long, Hugh................................1842 (L02, Tue), .......................... 1870 (L02, Wed), 1871 (L02, Wed), ........................... 1872 (L02, Wed), 1873 (L02, Wed) De Luca, Antonio................................817 (E03, Tue)

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Díaz-Cruz, Lilia................................. 650 (C03, Thu) Díaz-Lujan, Alfredo............................ 64 (A01, Wed) Dick, Luís Frederico..........................606 (C02, Tue), ................................608 (C02, Tue), 662 (C04, Mon) Dickerson, Charles.............................. 95 (A02, Tue), .................................305 (A05, Sun), 495 (A07, Tue) Dickerson, Jeramy........................... 1282 (H05, Tue) Diddens, Diddo..................................455 (A06, Thu) Didwal, Pravin N..............................348 (A05, Mon) Diebold, Alain...................................696 (D01, Mon) Diercks, David.................................690 (D01, Mon), ....................................................... 1366 (I01A, Mon) Dillet, Jérôme..................................... 167 (A03, Tue) Dillon, Shen........................................ 177 (A04, Sun) Dimas-Escorza, Israel.......................2069 (Z01, Tue) Dimitrakis, Panagiotis....................... 743 (D04, Wed) Dimitrov, Nikolay............................ 797 (E03, Mon), ..............................799 (E03, Mon), 1133 (G05, Tue) Dinca, Mircea................................... 1315 (H07, Tue) Ding, Dong........................................1671 (I02, Wed) Ding, Fei..........................................1026 (G03, Mon) Ding, Hanping...................................1671 (I02, Wed) Ding, Xuewei................................... 1047 (G03, Tue) Dinh, Huyen....................................1423 (I01B, Sun) Dinh, Quy........................................1115 (G05, Mon) Dinh, Thanh...................................... 1046 (G03, Tue) Dionigi, Fabio.........1501 (I01D, Tue), 1907 (L04, Tue) Dippon, Michael................................ 207 (A04, Tue) Divakaruni, Rama............................1075 (G03, Thu) Divekar, Ashutosh........................... 1574 (I01E, Tue) Dixit, Marm............15 (A01, Mon), 466 (A06, Thu), ............................911 (F03, Wed), 1392 (I01A, Wed) Dixon, Shaun.....................................482 (A07, Mon) Djenizian, Thierry...............................607 (C02, Tue) Djordjevic, Vesna............................ 1708 (J01, Mon), .......................................................... 1709 (J01, Mon) Do, Huy.............................................685 (D01, Mon) Dobele, Galina...............................1560 (I01E, Mon) Dobosz, Iwona....................................814 (E03, Tue) Dobson, Sean..................................... 855 (E05, Thu) Doeff, Marca.......................................14 (A01, Mon) Dogdibegovic, Emir..........................1648 (I02, Tue), ..............................1680 (I02, Wed), 1683 (I02, Wed) Doi, Takashi......................................654 (C04, Mon) Doi, Takayuki.................................1495 (I01D, Tue), ............................... 231 (A04, Wed), 281 (A04, Thu) Dokko, Kaoru.................................... 388 (A05, Wed) Dolhem, Franck..................................89 (A02, Mon) Dollé, Mickael..................................... 46 (A01, Wed) Dominguez, Julia Maria................1446 (I01C, Mon) Dominguez-Benetton, Xochitl...........774 (E01, Tue) Donà, Edoardo................................... 107 (A02, Tue) Donazzi, Alessandro..........................1646 (I02, Tue) Donero, Laetitia..............................1225 (H03, Wed) Dong, Chung-Li................................1908 (L04, Tue) Dong, Dengpan..................................465 (A06, Thu) Dong, Hongzhou.......707 (D01, Tue), 881 (F01, Mon), ................................882 (F01, Mon), 2147 (Z02, Wed) Dong, Jian.........1996 (M01, Mon), 2019 (M01, Tue) Dong, Lifeng.........707 (D01, Tue), 864 (F01, Mon), ..............................881 (F01, Mon), 882 (F01, Mon), .........................1193 (H02, Thu), 1564 (I01E, Mon), .........................1996 (M01, Mon), 2019 (M01, Tue), ..........................................................2147 (Z02, Wed) Dongmo, Pernell.............................. 1049 (G03, Tue) Donkers, Johan................................. 1046 (G03, Tue) Donne, Scott............12 (A01, Mon), 13 (A01, Mon), ...............................66 (A01, Wed), 128 (A03, Mon), .............................142 (A03, Mon), 145 (A03, Mon), ................................ 159 (A03, Tue), 551 (B01, Tue), .............................................................559 (B01, Tue) Donzel, Nicolas..............................1462 (I01C, Wed) Dookhith, Aaliyah............................1738 (K02, Sun) Dordi, Yezdi.......................................783 (E02, Wed) Dorenbos, Pieter.................................1715 (J01, Tue) Dosche, Carsten................................1783 (L01, Tue)

Dotelli, Giovanni............................ 1439 (I01B, Tue), ............................. 1442 (I01B, Tue), 1646 (I02, Tue) Douard, Camille...............................129 (A03, Mon), .............................. 140 (A03, Mon), 156 (A03, Tue), .................................165 (A03, Tue), 167 (A03, Tue) Doublet, Marie-Liesse......................190 (A04, Mon) Douglas, Erica.................................. 1280 (H05, Tue) Dow, Wei-Ping................................ 1124 (G05, Tue), ......................................................... 1125 (G05, Tue), ............................ 1126 (G05, Tue), 1129 (G05, Tue), ............................ 1130 (G05, Tue), 1131 (G05, Tue), ............................. 1132 (G05, Tue), 1142 (G05, Tue) Drabavičius, Audrius........................ 170 (A03, Tue), ........................................................1560 (I01E, Mon) Drabavičius, Audrius........................149 (A03, Mon) Dragan, Mirela................................ 1551 (I01E, Sun) Dragoi, Viorel...................................941 (G01, Mon), ................................962 (G01, Tue), 970 (G01, Wed) Draisey, Anna....................................949 (G01, Mon) Drake, Javit......................................... 376 (A05, Tue) Dramicanin, Miroslav..................... 1700 (J01, Mon), ........................... 1703 (J01, Mon), 1708 (J01, Mon), .......................................................... 1709 (J01, Mon) Driad, Rachid................................... 1166 (H01, Tue) Drnec, Jakub...........610 (C02, Tue), 1907 (L04, Tue) Drozhzhin, Oleg.................................417 (A05, Thu) Druffel, Thad...................................... 724 (D02, Tue) Dryfe, Robert....................................2080 (Z01, Tue) Du, Mao-Hua.....................................1711 (J01, Tue) Du, Wei............................................1021 (G03, Mon) Du, Xiaoniu........................................ 486 (A07, Tue) Duan, Fei.......................................... 1300 (H06, Sun) Duan, Wentao..................................... 377 (A05, Tue) Duarte-Urbina, Omar.......................153 (A03, Mon), ........................................................1556 (I01E, Mon) Dubarry, Matthieu.......213 (A04, Tue), 270 (A04, Wed) Dubois, Alexis...................................1672 (I02, Wed) Dubois, Lionel...................................131 (A03, Mon) Dubois, Valentin................................948 (G01, Mon) Duchêne, Léo......................................16 (A01, Mon) Duclairoir, Florence..........................131 (A03, Mon) Dudenas, Peter................................ 1448 (I01C, Tue) Dudley, Michael.............................1288 (H05, Wed), .........................................................1291 (H05, Wed) Duesberg, Georg................................ 708 (D01, Tue) Dufek, Eric...............95 (A02, Tue), 301 (A05, Sun), .................................305 (A05, Sun), 495 (A07, Tue) Duffiet, Marie.................................... 249 (A04, Wed) Dumaz, Philippe............................... 255 (A04, Wed), ............................. 259 (A04, Wed), 431 (A06, Wed), ........................................................... 436 (A06, Wed) Dumitrascu, Adina.........68 (A01, Wed), 69 (A01, Wed) Dunin-Borkowski, Rafal................1502 (I01D, Tue) Dupont, Loic...................................... 106 (A02, Tue) Dupré, Nicolas....... 89 (A02, Mon), 156 (A03, Tue), ........................................................... 112 (A02, Wed) Duranty, Edward..............................1874 (L02, Wed) Durfee, Curtis...................................1075 (G03, Thu) Durkin, David...................................1842 (L02, Tue), .......................... 1869 (L02, Wed), 1870 (L02, Wed), .......................... 1871 (L02, Wed), 1872 (L02, Wed), ..........................................................1873 (L02, Wed) Durmus, Yasin Emre..........................11 (A01, Mon), ........................................................... 586 (C01, Wed) Durón Torres, Sergio Miguel.............. 63 (A01, Wed) Durrant, James..................................1909 (L04, Tue) Dussault, Donald.............................1113 (G05, Mon) Dutta, Partha.......................................1725 (J02, Tue) Dutta Gupta, Sayak............................ 713 (D01, Tue) Duttine, Mathieu................................. 46 (A01, Wed) Duval, Fabrice.................................. 1135 (G05, Tue) Dvorak, Filip.................................... 1000 (G02, Tue) Dy, Eben.............................................900 (F03, Wed) Dyck, Alexander............................1430 (I01B, Sun), ......................................................... 1573 (I01E, Tue)

Dyck, Christopher..............................558 (B01, Tue), ........................................................ 2050 (M02, Wed) Dzara, Michael............................. 1366 (I01A, Mon), .........................................................1414 (I01A, Thu)

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Eberhardt, Ramona........................... 978 (G01, Wed) Ebin, Burcak....................................... 729 (D02, Tue) Ebisawa, Naoki................................2139 (Z02, Wed) Ebner, Kathrin.................................1541 (I01D, Thu) Ebrahim, Shaker..............................2158 (Z02, Wed), ..........................................................2159 (Z02, Wed) Ebrahiminia, Mahsa...........................465 (A06, Thu) Eddy, Charles..................................1162 (H01, Mon) Edström, Kristina............................... 215 (A04, Tue) Edy, James.......................................... 639 (C03, Thu) Egger, Werner................................... 1191 (H02, Thu) Eggert, Roderick...............................2167 (Z03, Sun) Eguchi, Makiho...................................615 (C02, Tue) Eguiluz, Katlin..................................... 24 (A01, Tue) Eichel, Rüdiger-Albert.......................11 (A01, Mon), ..........................................................f586 (C01, Wed) Eichinger, Igor.................................1113 (G05, Mon) Eifert, László........................................ 22 (A01, Tue) Eikerling, Michael.........................1445 (I01C, Mon) Eilert, André......................................1917 (L04, Tue) Ekström, Henrik................................ 531 (A08, Wed) El Gabaly, Farid.................................785 (E02, Wed) El Hannach, Mohamed..................1456 (I01C, Wed) El Kazzi, Mario................................ 438 (A06, Wed), ...............................461 (A06, Thu), 1918 (L04, Tue) El Kazzi, Salim...............................1029 (G03, Mon) El Mel, Abdelaziz...........................1225 (H03, Wed) El Sabahy, Julien...............................688 (D01, Mon) El-Sayed, Hany...............................1478 (I01D, Sun) Elam, Jeffrey.................................... 1004 (G02, Tue) Elashmaway, Ahmed......................1751 (K02, Mon) Elatab, Nazek..................................... 710 (D01, Tue) Elbaz, Lior......................................1523 (I01D, Wed) Elbaz, Lior....... 1532 (I01D, Wed), 1578 (I01E, Tue) ElBidweihy, Hatem..........................1872 (L02, Wed) Eldiven, Askin................................... 245 (A04, Wed) Elen, Ken............................................417 (A05, Thu) Eller, Jens.........................................1371 (I01A, Tue) Ellis, Mark.........................................482 (A07, Mon) Elmustafa, A.....................................700 (D01, Mon), .............................. 701 (D01, Mon), 966 (G01, Tue), .......................................................... 1323 (H07, Tue) Elshaer, Ahmed................................2158 (Z02, Wed) Emanuelsson, Rikard.......................1966 (L05, Wed) Enache, Stanica............................... 1551 (I01E, Sun) Encinas-Reyes, Mar Bella.................. 76 (A01, Wed) Enciso, Rubi........................................ 931 (F04, Tue) Endo, Kanae......................................2174 (Z03, Sun) Eneman, Geert.................................1058 (G03, Wed) Engl, Moritz..................................... 1693 (J01, Mon) Enoch-Oghene, Samuel....................2054 (Z01, Tue) Enriquez, Alexis...............................1797 (L01, Wed) Eom, Ji-Yong........356 (A05, Mon), 357 (A05, Mon) Eom, KwangSup..............................336 (A05, Mon), ..............................342 (A05, Mon), 343 (A05, Mon) Eom, KwangSup...............................341 (A05, Mon) Epshteyn, Albert...............................1938 (L04, Wed) Erawan, Hugo...................................2105 (Z01, Tue) Ergul, Busra.....................................1475 (I01D, Sun) Erickson, Marilyn............................2026 (M02, Tue) Eriksson, Björn................................1479 (I01D, Sun) Ermantraut, Andreas.........................1784 (L01, Tue) Ernst, Alexis........................................614 (C02, Tue) Esarey, Samuel.................................1940 (L04, Wed) Escalante, Jose.................................2150 (Z02, Wed) Escalante García, Ismailia.................. 63 (A01, Wed) Escalante-García, Ismailía................ 124 (A02, Wed) Escalona-Villalpando, Ricardo........1302 (H06, Sun) Escobar, Beatriz............................1555 (I01E, Mon), ........................1556 (I01E, Mon), 1563 (I01E, Mon)

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Author................................................................Abs No.

Escobar-Morales, Beatriz..............1557 (I01E, Mon) Eskandari, Hamideh........................ 1452 (I01C, Tue) Esperança, José.................................1832 (L02, Tue) Espino-López, Iliana..........................830 (E03, Wed) Espinosa-Medina, Marco................1841 (L02, Tue), ..........................................................2151 (Z02, Wed) Espinosa-Villatoro, Erick Leonel......292 (A04, Thu) Espinoza, Karla...............................1759 (K02, Mon) Espinoza Gálvez, Armando................618 (C02, Tue) Espinoza Vazquez, Araceli................ 644 (C03, Thu) Espinoza-Villa, Sergio......................1841 (L02, Tue) Esquivel, Aldrhyn.............................. 648 (C03, Thu) Estevez, Miriam...............................2151 (Z02, Wed) Estrada, David................................ 2043 (M02, Wed) Estrada-Arce, Elsa............................830 (E03, Wed), ......................... 1565 (I01E, Mon), 2031 (M02, Tue) Estupiñan-Lopez, Francisco..............575 (C01, Tue), ............................... 582 (C01, Tue), 588 (C01, Wed), ..............................625 (C03, Wed), 636 (C03, Wed), .............................. 645 (C03, Thu), 2066 (Z01, Tue), ...........................................................2067 (Z01, Tue) Eugénio, Sónia......1558 (I01E, Mon), 2173 (Z03, Sun) Eum, Kyong Yong...........................1811 (L01, Wed) Evangelisti, Camilla.......................... 400 (A05, Wed) Evertsson, Jonas.................................605 (C02, Tue), ..................................610 (C02, Tue), 611 (C02, Tue) Experton, Juliette...............................828 (E03, Wed) Eychmüller, Alexander................ 1486 (I01D, Mon), .........................................................1503 (I01D, Tue) Ezeta-Mejía, Araceli......................1565 (I01E, Mon)

Fera, Samantha.................................2003 (M01, Tue) Fernández, Soane.............................2006 (M01, Tue) Fernandez-Bolanos, Montserrat...... 1140 (G05, Tue) Fernández-Lázaro, Fernando........... 1956 (L04, Thu) Fernández-Luqueño, F.....................153 (A03, Mon), ........................................................1556 (I01E, Mon) Ferragut, Rafael.................................1917 (L04, Tue) Ferrand, Adele.....................................90 (A02, Mon) Ferreira, Lucas.................................2022 (M01, Tue) Ferreira, Summer............................... 492 (A07, Tue) Ferrer, Amparo........1979 (L05, Wed), 2126 (Z01, Tue) Ferrer, Domingo..............................1118 (G05, Mon) Feudel, Thomas...............................1072 (G03, Wed) Feygelson, Tatyana.........................1160 (H01, Mon) Fiaczyk, Karolina............................. 1701 (J01, Mon) Fiala, Roman...................................1512 (I01D, Tue) Fic, Krzysztof.........161 (A03, Tue), 163 (A03, Tue), ................................. 168 (A03, Tue), 543 (B01, Tue) Figueredo Rodriguez, Horacio.............7 (A01, Mon) Figueroa Ramirez, Sandra Jazmin...... 1943 (L04, Wed) Filipič, Gregor................................. 1152 (G05, Wed) Fillaud, Laure.....................................471 (A06, Thu) Filsinger, Kai......................................402 (A05, Thu) Finley, Erin........................................1731 (J02, Wed) Finnegan, Patrick...............................558 (B01, Tue), ..........................1787 (L01, Tue), 1993 (M01, Mon), .......................... 2011 (M01, Tue), 2013 (M01, Tue), ........................................................ 2050 (M02, Wed) Fiore, Michele....................................416 (A05, Thu) Fiorentino, Giuseppe.........................945 (G01, Mon) Fischer, Andreas............................... 1002 (G02, Tue) Fischer, Inga..................................... 1016 (G03, Sun) Fischer, Pauline.................................1812 (L02, Sun) Fischer, Roland................................ 1312 (H07, Tue) Fitch, Brian........................................ 258 (A04, Wed) Fitzgerald, Eugene...........................942 (G01, Mon), ............................967 (G01, Wed), 1032 (G03, Mon) Fitzgerald, Margaret...................... 1366 (I01A, Mon) Fitzpatrick, Joseph........................... 1642 (I02, Mon) Fleig, Jürgen......................................2055 (Z01, Tue) Fleutot, Benoit.................................... 106 (A02, Tue) Flicker, Jack.....................................1156 (H01, Mon) Flores, Luis........................................ 880 (F01, Mon) Flötgen, Christoph............................947 (G01, Mon) Floyd, Liam...................................... 1164 (H01, Tue) Flügel-Paul, Thomas......................... 978 (G01, Wed) Fokwa, Boniface...............................2177 (Z03, Sun) Fons, Paul...........................................748 (D04, Thu) Fontaine, Olivier........140 (A03, Mon), 366 (A05, Tue) Forcherio, Gregory...........................1933 (L04, Wed) Ford, Hunter......................................... 92 (A02, Tue) Forero, Leydy....................................2081 (Z01, Tue) Forghani, Marveh......142 (A03, Mon), 159 (A03, Tue) Fornaciari, Julie.............................1552 (I01E, Mon), ......................................................... 1577 (I01E, Tue) Forner-Cuenca, Antoni....................... 20 (A01, Tue), .............................................................812 (E03, Tue) Foroozan, Tara.....................................511 (A08, Tue) Forsyth, Maria......... 85 (A02, Mon), 100 (A02, Tue) Fort, Eric.........................................1457 (I01C, Wed) Fortin-Deschenes, Matthieu............. 976 (G01, Wed) Fortunato, Jenelle............................... 171 (A03, Tue) Foster, Michael................................. 1322 (H07, Tue) Fouad, Farid....................................1741 (K02, Mon) Fouda-Onana, Frédéric....................1596 (I01F, Tue) Fournel, Frank..................................944 (G01, Mon), ..............................946 (G01, Mon), 979 (G01, Wed) Fox, Daryl...........................................787 (E02, Wed) Fox, Eric............ 1870 (L02, Wed), 1871 (L02, Wed) Frackowiak, Elzbieta........................ 161 (A03, Tue), .................................163 (A03, Tue), 168 (A03, Tue) Francis, Michael........1659 (I02, Tue), 1793 (L01, Wed) Franco, Alejandro.......210 (A04, Tue), 523 (A08, Wed) Franco Guzmán, Miriam..................2114 (Z01, Tue) Franco-Gallo, Franz......................... 450 (A06, Wed), ............................................................ 504 (A08, Tue)

Frank, Benjamin...............................1873 (L02, Wed) Fransaer, Jan.......................................841 (E04, Wed) Fransaer, Jan........................................774 (E01, Tue) Frascaroli, Jacopo............................ 1187 (H02, Thu) Frau, Antonello.......1979 (L05, Wed), 2126 (Z01, Tue) Freiberg, Anna........ 179 (A04, Sun), 451 (A06, Thu) Freitas, Jaime...................................1162 (H01, Mon) Frelon, Agathe................................1433 (I01B, Mon) Frenck, Louise.....................................90 (A02, Mon) Freunberger, Stefan............................ 366 (A05, Tue) Freytag, Axel.....................................601 (C02, Mon) Frick, Jessica....................................1926 (L04, Wed) Friedman, Ariel..............................1532 (I01D, Wed) Friedrich, Kaspar...........................1396 (I01A, Wed), ..........................................................1607 (I01F, Tue) Fritsch, Ingrid......................................780 (E01, Tue) Fritz, Mathias.....................................897 (F03, Wed) Fritzsche, Helmut...........................1390 (I01A, Wed) Fröba, Steffen...................................1805 (L01, Wed) Frohnapfel, Bettina.........................1357 (I01A, Sun) Froning, Dieter................................ 1437 (I01B, Tue) Frontana, Carlos..............................1754 (K02, Mon) Frontana-Uribe, Bernardo............... 1736 (K02, Sun) Frougier, Julien.................................1075 (G03, Thu) Fruhberger, Bernd............................1080 (G03, Thu) Fu, Congqi........................................ 1193 (H02, Thu) Fu, Hui-Chun................................... 1250 (H04, Tue) Fu, Shichen...........912 (F03, Wed), 2146 (Z02, Wed) Fu, Xiaoxu........................................1974 (L05, Wed) Fu, Zhihua...........1328 (H07, Tue), 1331 (H07, Tue) Fuentes Ramirez, Rosalba.................. 936 (F04, Tue) Fugane, Yusuke..............................1524 (I01D, Wed) Fujigaya, Tsuyohiko..........................2065 (Z01, Tue) Fujii, Mami....................................... 1215 (H03, Tue) Fujii, Takuro....................................1022 (G03, Mon) Fujikane, Masaki..............................2140 (Z02, Wed) Fujikata, Junichi............................... 1013 (G03, Sun) Fujimoto, Cy................................... 1572 (I01E, Tue) Fujimoto, Shinji............................... 585 (C01, Wed), ............................... 596 (C02, Mon), 647 (C03, Thu) Fujinami, Taichi.......346 (A05, Mon), 347 (A05, Mon) Fujino, Masahisa................................ 963 (G01, Tue) Fujisaki, Yoshihide........................... 1217 (H03, Tue) Fujita, Reiko..................................... 1886 (L02, Thu) Fujita, Yoji......................................... 267 (A04, Wed) Fujiwara, Kozo.................................2139 (Z02, Wed) Fukuda, Hiroshi...............................1022 (G03, Mon) Fukuda, Kenji....................................2083 (Z01, Tue) Fukuda, Yoshitaka.............................2085 (Z01, Tue) Fukumoto, Tatsuya............................2059 (Z01, Tue) Fukumuro, Naoki.....2087 (Z01, Tue), 2089 (Z01, Tue) Fukunaga, Hiroshi...........................1497 (I01D, Tue) Fukunaga, Toshiharu..........................279 (A04, Thu) Fukunaka, Yasuhiro...........................840 (E04, Wed) Fukunaka, Yasuhiro..........................2088 (Z01, Tue) Fuladpanjeh-Hojaghan, Behzad........917 (F03, Wed) Fuller, Elliot........................................ 501 (A08, Tue) Fuller, Thomas........336 (A05, Mon), 342 (A05, Mon), ....................... 1488 (I01D, Mon), 1519 (I01D, Wed) Fullerton, Susan................................597 (C02, Mon) Funk, Hannes................................... 1016 (G03, Sun) Furukawa, Hidemitsu.....................2033 (M02, Tue), ........................................................ 2044 (M02, Wed) Furushima, Hiromu...........................2095 (Z01, Tue) Furushiro, Toya.................................2091 (Z01, Tue) Furuta, Mamoru..............................1218 (H03, Wed) Furuta, Noritoshi................................ 176 (A04, Sun) Füser, Matthias................................. 1329 (H07, Tue) Fushimi, Koji.................................... 668 (C05, Wed) Futamura, Shotaro..............................1662 (I02, Tue) Futter, Georg...................................1350 (I01A, Sun) Fuwa, Hiroki.......................................616 (C02, Tue)

F

F. Rodrigues, Marco-Tulio..............137 (A03, Mon), ...........................................................2172 (Z03, Sun) Fabbri, Emiliana..............................1614 (I01F, Wed) Fadillah, Laras...................................598 (C02, Mon) Faes, Antonin.....................................898 (F03, Wed) Fahad, Hossain................................... 710 (D01, Tue) Fahey, Patrick.........1842 (L02, Tue), 1870 (L02, Wed), ........................... 1871 (L02, Wed), 1872 (L02, Wed) Fairweather, Joseph........................1397 (I01A, Wed) Fajardo, Gerardo................................ 648 (C03, Thu) Falcaro, Paolo..................................1342 (H07, Wed) Fallah, Rasheed............................. 1363 (I01A, Mon) Fan, Hugh....................................... 2038 (M02, Wed) Fan, Ting........................................... 1308 (H06, Sun) Fang, Alta..........................................474 (A07, Mon) Fang, Chengcheng............................... 95 (A02, Tue) Fang, Mei Jing.................................. 1263 (H04, Tue) Fang, Xin.........................................1036 (G03, Mon) Fang, Yu-shin.................................. 1575 (I01E, Tue) Fang, Zhengyuan......................... 1488 (I01D, Mon), ........................................................1519 (I01D, Wed) Fanjul Bolado, Pablo.......................1777 (L01, Tue), ..........................................................1803 (L01, Wed) Farha, Omar....................................1346 (H07, Wed) Farthing, Tyler.....................................560 (B01, Tue) Fattahpour, Vahid.............................. 624 (C03, Wed) Favia, Paola.....................................1058 (G03, Wed) Favier, Frederic........129 (A03, Mon), 134 (A03, Mon) Favier, Frederic.................................140 (A03, Mon) Fedoryshena, Elena...........................1855 (L02, Tue) Feezell, Daniel......1153 (H01, Mon), 1156 (H01, Mon) Feigelson, Boris..............................1155 (H01, Mon) Felici, Roberto.....................................605 (C02, Tue) Fellowes, Joshua...............................1666 (I02, Tue), ...........................1899 (L04, Mon), 1945 (L04, Wed) Feng, Jianguang................................. 707 (D01, Tue) Feng, Lin............................................ 177 (A04, Sun) Feng, Qi...........................................1610 (I01F, Tue), ..........................1627 (I01F, Wed), 1760 (L01, Mon) Feng, Shuai.....................................1033 (G03, Mon), ..........................1035 (G03, Mon), 1063 (G03, Wed) Feng, Xuhui..................................... 1892 (L04, Mon) Feng, Yue.............................................603 (C02, Tue) Feng, Zhili.......................................... 175 (A04, Sun)

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Garzon, Fernando...........................1426 (I01B, Sun), ............................ 1644 (I02, Mon), 2104 (Z01, Tue), ..........................................................2149 (Z02, Wed) Gaskill, D..........................................1774 (L01, Tue) Gasmalla, Khalid.............................2159 (Z02, Wed) Gasteiger, Hubert.............................. 179 (A04, Sun), ............................. 234 (A04, Wed), 235 (A04, Wed), ............................. 240 (A04, Wed), 245 (A04, Wed), .............................323 (A05, Mon), 422 (A06, Wed), .............................. 427 (A06, Wed), 451 (A06, Thu), ............................456 (A06, Thu), 1478 (I01D, Sun), .......................... 1511 (I01D, Tue), 1598 (I01F, Tue), ..........................................................1606 (I01F, Tue) Gastian, Loren.....................................558 (B01, Tue) Gattu, Bharat.....................................313 (A05, Mon) Gaubicher, Joël.................................. 112 (A02, Wed) Gautam, Siddharth.........................1997 (M01, Mon) Gautier, Gael.....................................602 (C02, Mon) Gauvin, Raynald............................... 104 (A02, Tue), ................................ 184 (A04, Sun), 295 (A04, Thu) Gebel, Gerard.................................... 242 (A04, Wed) Geerts, Lisa....................................... 1001 (G02, Tue) Geise, Natalie..................................... 510 (A08, Tue) Gelbstien, Yaniv..............................1095 (G04, Wed) Gelloz, Bernard...................................616 (C02, Tue) Geltmacher, Andrew..........................842 (E04, Wed) Geng, Hong-Jyun............................. 1142 (G05, Tue) Geniès, Sylvie....................................282 (A04, Thu) Genieser, Ronny................................482 (A07, Mon) Gennett, Thomas.......................... 1366 (I01A, Mon), .........................................................1414 (I01A, Thu) Genovese, Matthew........................... 304 (A05, Sun) Gerard, Mathias...............................1355 (I01A, Sun) Gerber, Ralf.....................................1072 (G03, Wed) Gergaud, Patrice......1011 (G03, Sun), 1082 (G03, Thu) Gerhardt, Michael...........................1351 (I01A, Sun) Gerlich, Florian..................................898 (F03, Wed) Gernhäuser, Roman.......................... 427 (A06, Wed) Gerwe, Brian......................................1657 (I02, Tue) Ghadge, Shrinath............................1628 (I01F, Wed) Ghanati, Elaheh................................ 1008 (G03, Sun) Ghetmiri, Seyed..............................1021 (G03, Mon) Ghoneim, Mohamed.......................1094 (G04, Wed) Ghosh, Monalisa...............................538 (B01, Mon) Ghosh, Sourov................................. 1511 (I01D, Tue) Ghuman, Kulbir..............................1626 (I01F, Wed) Giaccherini, Andrea......811 (E03, Tue), 817 (E03, Tue) Giannattasio, Armando................... 1181 (H02, Wed) Giannazzo, Filippo........................... 1281 (H05, Tue) Gibadullina, Alfiya...........................1846 (L02, Tue), ...........................................................1847 (L02, Tue) Gibertini, Eugenio............................ 247 (A04, Wed), ..................................545 (B01, Tue), 777 (E01, Tue) Gies, Joshua...................................... 1329 (H07, Tue) Giesenberg, Lennard........................1597 (I01F, Tue) Giffin, Guinevere............................. 1876 (L02, Thu) Gigmes, Didier....................................90 (A02, Mon) Gilles, Ralph...................................... 427 (A06, Wed) Gillette, Eleanor................................ 798 (E03, Mon) Gin, Douglas.................................... 1883 (L02, Thu) Gin, Peter.........................................1068 (G03, Wed) Ginosar, Daniel............................... 1898 (L04, Mon) Gioria, Esteban..................................2090 (Z01, Tue) Girard, Gaetan.....................................85 (A02, Mon) Giroux, Michael.............................. 1579 (I01E, Tue) Gite, Anil.............................................821 (E03, Tue) Gittleman, Craig.............................1631 (I01Z, Mon) Gity, Farzan.........708 (D01, Tue), 1062 (G03, Wed), ............................. 1164 (H01, Tue), 1165 (H01, Tue) Gitzendanner, Rob............................480 (A07, Mon) Giurlani, Walter........811 (E03, Tue), 817 (E03, Tue) Glaros, Christos.................................. 379 (A05, Tue) Glaser, Caleb...................................1156 (H01, Mon) Glatz, Hadrien.................................... 379 (A05, Tue) Glenn, Michael.........12 (A01, Mon), 13 (A01, Mon) Glynn, Colm..................................... 1255 (H04, Tue)

Go, David..............597 (C02, Mon), 863 (F01, Mon) Gobet, Mallory.......1870 (L02, Wed), 1871 (L02, Wed) Gocalinska, Agnieszka.................... 1165 (H01, Tue) Goddard, William...............................467 (A06, Thu) Godin, Kyle......................................2146 (Z02, Wed) Godinez Mora-Tovar, Luis...............921 (F03, Wed), ............................................................922 (F03, Wed) Godinez-Salomon, Fernando........1504 (I01D, Tue), .........................................................1624 (I01F, Wed) Goettge, John......2012 (M01, Tue), 2128 (Z01, Tue) Göhl, Daniel....................................1502 (I01D, Tue) Gokcen, Dincer................................. 798 (E03, Mon) Gokhale, Rohan..............................1411 (I01A, Thu) Gokita, Yohei.................................... 1135 (G05, Tue) Goldman, Maxwell...........................656 (C04, Mon) Golovanova, Olga.............................1850 (L02, Tue) Gombotz, Maria................................2078 (Z01, Tue) Gomez, Luis..................................... 1137 (G05, Tue) Gómez Valentín, Elvira......................831 (E03, Wed) Gómez-Barojas, Estela.......................613 (C02, Tue) Gomez-Romero, Pedro...................... 166 (A03, Tue) Gonçalves, Emerson...........................563 (B01, Tue) Gonçalves, Emerson.........................832 (E03, Wed), ............................................................833 (E03, Wed) Gonçalves, Joseane............................832 (E03, Wed) Gonçalves, Josué...................................3 (A01, Mon) Gond, Ritambhara............................. 387 (A05, Wed) Gonen, Shmuel................................ 1578 (I01E, Tue) Gong, Yong Jun....... 78 (A01, Wed), 111 (A02, Tue), ..............................332 (A05, Mon), 358 (A05, Mon) González, A.......................................1924 (L04, Tue) González, Federico.......................... 1716 (J02, Mon) González, Felipe............................1739 (K02, Mon), ......................... 1742 (K02, Mon), 1745 (K02, Mon) González, I.......... 260 (A04, Wed), 262 (A04, Wed), ............................... 448 (A06, Wed), 892 (F02, Tue), ............................1743 (K02, Mon), 1775 (L01, Tue) González, I..............76 (A01, Wed), 122 (A02, Wed) González, Ignacio............................. 169 (A03, Tue), ............................... 516 (A08, Wed), 935 (F04, Tue), .........................................................1740 (K02, Mon) González Cárdenas, Brett..................925 (F03, Wed) González García, María Begoña.....1777 (L01, Tue), ..........................................................1803 (L01, Wed) González Montiel, Marlene.............2161 (Z02, Wed) Gonzalez Rodriguez, Jose................ 676 (C05, Wed) Gonzalez Rodriguez, Romeo........ 1582 (I01E, Wed) González-Fuentes, Miguel A............2118 (Z01, Tue) González-Gallardo, Carlos.............. 1298 (H06, Sun) Gonzalez-Rodriguez, Roberto..........595 (C02, Mon) Gonzalez-Rosillo, Juan Carlos......... 736 (D04, Wed) Goodenough, John..............................83 (A02, Mon) Goodman, Gary...............................1065 (G03, Wed) Goodwin, Sean................................. 1879 (L02, Thu) Goorsky, Mark.................................941 (G01, Mon), .............................. 947 (G01, Mon), 960 (G01, Tue), ............................. 969 (G01, Wed), 977 (G01, Wed), ........................... 1160 (H01, Mon), 1279 (H05, Tue) Gordon, John...................................... 380 (A05, Tue) Gordon, Roy...................................... 126 (A02, Wed) Gordon, Scott......................................571 (C01, Tue) Gorensek, Maximilian.................... 1898 (L04, Mon) Gorgojo, Patricia............................1467 (I01C, Wed) Göritz, Alexander............................1066 (G03, Wed) Gorman, Brian...................................690 (D01, Mon) Gorski, Christopher............................ 171 (A03, Tue) Gossage, Zachary............................1748 (K02, Mon) Gostick, Jeff.........1352 (I01A, Sun), 1384 (I01A, Wed) Goswami, Subhadip........................1346 (H07, Wed) Goto, Hiroshi.................................... 1209 (H03, Tue) Goto, Takuya................................... 1821 (L02, Mon) Goubard, Nicolas..............................129 (A03, Mon) Gougeon-Jollivet, Anne...................2023 (M01, Tue) Gould, Benjamin............................. 1435 (I01B, Tue) Gould, Christian................................. 180 (A04, Sun) Goulet, Marc-Antoni........................ 126 (A02, Wed)

G. M. Petterson, Lars........................1917 (L04, Tue) Gabrielli, Giulio................................200 (A04, Mon) Gadžurić, Slobodan.........................1619 (I01F, Wed) Gago, Aldo.......................................1607 (I01F, Tue) Gaillard, François............................. 1645 (I02, Mon) Gajda, Iwona......................................907 (F03, Wed) Galán-Vidal, Carlos..........................2114 (Z01, Tue) Galceran, Montserrat......................... 105 (A02, Tue) Galeckas, Augustinas......................1293 (H05, Wed) Galek, Przemyslaw............................ 161 (A03, Tue) Gallagher, James............................1034 (G03, Mon), ..........................1155 (H01, Mon), 1162 (H01, Mon) Gallant, Betar..................................... 302 (A05, Sun) Gallaway, Joshua......55 (A01, Wed), 56 (A01, Wed), .............................657 (C04, Mon), 1800 (L01, Wed) Gallegos, Michael.............................. 853 (E05, Thu) Gallegos, Richard............................1156 (H01, Mon) Gallo Stampino, Paola................... 1439 (I01B, Tue), ......................................................... 1442 (I01B, Tue) Galván-Martínez, Ricardo............... 584 (C01, Wed), ...............................587 (C01, Wed), 643 (C03, Thu), ...........................................................2072 (Z01, Tue) Galvao, Aline.....................................832 (E03, Wed) Galvez-Aranda, Diego..................... 450 (A06, Wed), ............................................................ 504 (A08, Tue) Gama, Adriana...................................563 (B01, Tue), ............................... 832 (E03, Wed), 833 (E03, Wed) Gamero T, Milenka.......................... 450 (A06, Wed), ............................................................ 504 (A08, Tue) Gan, Kai-Jhih..... 744 (D04, Wed), 1235 (H03, Wed) Gandrud, Knut....................................470 (A06, Thu) Ganesh, Prashant.............................1221 (H03, Wed) Ganguli, Babu...................................2130 (Z01, Tue) Ganguli, Babu..... 137 (A03, Mon), 2172 (Z03, Sun) Gantenbein, Sophia............................ 207 (A04, Tue) Ganter, Matthew................................. 489 (A07, Tue) Gao, Lijun.............141 (A03, Mon), 1903 (L04, Tue) Gao, Liming....................................1114 (G05, Mon) Gao, Ming......................................1985 (M01, Mon) Gao, Wenpei.................................... 1579 (I01E, Tue) Gao, X................................................910 (F03, Wed) Gao, Xiangwen.......370 (A05, Tue), 409 (A05, Thu) Gao, Xiao........................................ 1449 (I01C, Tue) Gao, Xiaolei..........881 (F01, Mon), 882 (F01, Mon) Gao, Xin........................................ 1363 (I01A, Mon) Gaona-Tiburcio, Citlalli.....................582 (C01, Tue), ........................................................... 588 (C01, Wed) Garay, Diana...................................1998 (M01, Mon) Garche, Juergen..................................459 (A06, Thu) García, A............................................1924 (L04, Tue) Garcia, Gail........................................ 853 (E05, Thu) García, Héctor.................................1428 (I01B, Sun) Garcia, Javier...................................1092 (G04, Wed) García, Jose..........583 (C01, Wed), 672 (C05, Wed), ............................ 1979 (L05, Wed), 2126 (Z01, Tue) García, M. A...................................1563 (I01E, Mon) García, R. Edwin......39 (A01, Wed), 496 (A07, Tue) Garcia - Quismondo, Enrique..........903 (F03, Wed), ............................................................904 (F03, Wed) García Betancourt, María Luisa......... 63 (A01, Wed) Garcia R., Omar................................. 649 (C03, Thu) García Rodríguez, Rodrigo.............. 805 (E03, Mon) García Sánchez, Mario......................1653 (I02, Tue) Garcia-Castro, Fatima......................2032 (M02, Tue) García-Meza, J Viridiana................1743 (K02, Mon) García-Rodríguez, Diana...................844 (E04, Wed) García-Rodríguez, R.........................1904 (L04, Tue) Gardner, Chris.................................1469 (I01D, Sun) Garg, Viraj.......................................1200 (H03, Mon) Garich, Holly...................................... 856 (E05, Thu) Garidis, Konstantinos.....................1023 (G03, Mon) Garsany, Yannick........................... 1435 (I01B, Tue), ........................................................ 1584 (I01E, Wed)

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Gouveia, Wilson............................1558 (I01E, Mon), ...........................................................2173 (Z03, Sun) Govorov, Alexander........................ 2179 (L04, Mon) Goyal, Chandra...............................1038 (G03, Mon) Gozález, Eduardo..............................1914 (L04, Tue) Grabowski, Kevin............................. 978 (G01, Wed) Graf, Peter.......................................... 225 (A04, Tue) Graha, Hafis Pratama Rendra...........2107 (Z01, Tue) Graham, Samuel..............................941 (G01, Mon), .........................................................1160 (H01, Mon) Granitzer, Petra..........594 (C02, Mon), 595 (C02, Mon) Grant, Nicholas................................ 1188 (H02, Thu) Graoui, Houda...................................689 (D01, Mon) Graule, Thomas...............................1614 (I01F, Wed) Greco, Katharine.................................. 20 (A01, Tue) Greeley, Jeffrey.............................. 1579 (I01E, Tue), ...........................1765 (L01, Mon), 1773 (L01, Tue), ...........................................................1907 (L04, Tue) Greenbaum, Steven.........................1870 (L02, Wed), ............................1871 (L02, Wed), 1876 (L02, Thu) Greene, Andrew................................686 (D01, Mon) Greene, George.................................. 100 (A02, Tue) Greenman, John.................................907 (F03, Wed) Greenway, Scott.............................1421 (I01B, Sun), ........................................................1995 (M01, Mon) Greenwood, David............................482 (A07, Mon) Gregorczyk, Keith.............................. 995 (G02, Tue) Grewal, Simranjit..........................1559 (I01E, Mon), ........................................................ 1592 (I01F, Mon) Grieseler, Rolf..................................1695 (J01, Mon) Griffin, Ben......................................1157 (H01, Mon) Griffiths, Trevor................................1843 (L02, Tue) Grimaud, Alexis....... 203 (A04, Tue), 1348 (H07, Wed) Grinstaff, Mark..................................... 97 (A02, Tue) Gritsai, Larisa....................................1845 (L02, Tue) Gritsenko, Vladimir.........................687 (D01, Mon), ................................ 750 (D04, Thu), 751 (D04, Thu) Gritton, Chris...................................... 506 (A08, Tue) Groebmeyer, Albert...........................834 (E04, Wed) Grönbeck, Henrik............................1479 (I01D, Sun) Gross, Eduard.................................... 972 (G01, Wed) Gross, Zeev....................................1532 (I01D, Wed) Grosso, Christopher..........................473 (A07, Mon) Gruenwald, Johannes...................... 1152 (G05, Wed) Gruet, David...................................... 525 (A08, Wed) Grugeon, Sylvie................................. 106 (A02, Tue) Gruia, Violeta-Tincuta.....................1981 (L05, Wed) Grünebaum, Mariano.........................454 (A06, Thu) Grützmacher, Detlev.......................1071 (G03, Wed) Gu, Meng......................................... 1760 (L01, Mon) Guarr, Thomas...........68 (A01, Wed), 69 (A01, Wed) Gubler, Lorenz.................................... 25 (A01, Tue), .......................... 1454 (I01C, Wed), 1605 (I01F, Tue) Guccini, Valentina............................... 47 (A01, Wed) Guerfi, A............................................197 (A04, Mon) Guerin, Camille................................. 242 (A04, Wed) Guerra Torres, Jorge......................... 1695 (J01, Mon) Guerra-Balcázar, Minerva............ 1587 (I01E, Wed), ...........................1763 (L01, Mon), 1785 (L01, Tue), ..........................................................2148 (Z02, Wed) Guery, Claude.....................................287 (A04, Thu) Guillemet, Philippe............................ 167 (A03, Tue) Guilloux-Viry, Maryline..................... 888 (F02, Tue) Guiot, Eric.........................................941 (G01, Mon) Guitiérrez Moreno, David............... 1956 (L04, Thu) Gumaelius, Krister..........................1290 (H05, Wed) Gumeci, Cenk................................. 1434 (I01B, Tue) Gunda, Naga Siva..........................1997 (M01, Mon) Gunji, Takao.................................. 1485 (I01D, Mon) Gunji, Takao.........2058 (Z01, Tue), 2094 (Z01, Tue) Guo, Hengyu.................................... 1261 (H04, Tue) Guo, Jianqiu..........1288 (H05, Wed), 1291 (H05, Wed) Guo, Rui............................................. 302 (A05, Sun) Guo, Yue............................................482 (A07, Mon) Guo, Yuqi........ 1389 (I01A, Wed), 1410 (I01A, Thu) Guo, Zhipeng................................... 1193 (H02, Thu)

Gupta, Abhay....................................311 (A05, Mon) Gurau, Gabriela................................1864 (L02, Wed) Gurbuz, Yasar..................................1066 (G03, Wed) Gurkan, Burcu..... 1831 (L02, Tue), 1878 (L02, Thu) Gurung, Sita.......................................785 (E02, Wed) Gustavsen, Kim.....................................2 (A01, Mon) Gustavsen, Kim................................2137 (Z02, Wed) Gutiérrez-Becerra, Alberto..............2150 (Z02, Wed) Guy-Bouyssou, Delphine.................. 102 (A02, Tue) Guyomard, Dominique......................89 (A02, Mon), ................................102 (A02, Tue), 112 (A02, Wed) Guyot, Elodie...................................... 888 (F02, Tue) Guzmán, Gregorio........................... 122 (A02, Wed), ............................. 260 (A04, Wed), 262 (A04, Wed), ................................448 (A06, Wed), 502 (A08, Tue) Guzman, Jorge A............................1563 (I01E, Mon) Guzman, Marcelo........................... 1890 (L04, Mon) Guzmán-Hernández, Dafne.............1788 (L01, Tue), ..........................................................1809 (L01, Wed) Guzmán-Vargas, Ariel......................138 (A03, Mon) Gyenge, Elod...................................1613 (I01F, Wed) Gylfason, Kristinn.............................948 (G01, Mon) Gyorgak, Raymond............................ 850 (E05, Thu)

Hanasoge, Srinivas..........................2026 (M02, Tue) Hand, Steven....................................... 891 (F02, Tue) Handl, Michael..............................1396 (I01A, Wed), ..........................................................1607 (I01F, Tue) Haneda, Takahide............................1403 (I01A, Thu) Hang, Tao........................................1114 (G05, Mon) Hangarter, Carlos...... 680 (C05, Wed), 798 (E03, Mon) Hanna, Amir....................................... 710 (D01, Tue) Hänsel, Christian............................... 118 (A02, Wed) Hansen, Kent......................................1688 (I02, Thu) Hansen, Mads....................................... 27 (A01, Tue) Hansen, Thomas................................1917 (L04, Tue) Hantschel, Thomas.........................1058 (G03, Wed) Hanzu, Ilie........................................344 (A05, Mon), ..............................2052 (Z01, Tue), 2063 (Z01, Tue) Hao, Feng........................................... 508 (A08, Tue) Hao, Qing........................................ 1104 (G04, Wed) Hara, Nobuyoshi................................579 (C01, Tue), .............................654 (C04, Mon), 658 (C04, Mon), .............................660 (C04, Mon), 663 (C04, Mon), .............................. 664 (C04, Mon), 669 (C05, Wed) Harada, Hiromu..............................1064 (G03, Wed) Harada, Masashi................................ 424 (A06, Wed) Harada, Shunta........ 114 (A02, Wed), 1110 (G04, Wed) Harada, Toshihiko..........................1989 (M01, Mon) Harada, Yasuhiro................................296 (A04, Thu) Harada, Yuya.....................................2103 (Z01, Tue) Haran, Bala.......................................1075 (G03, Thu) Hardy, An..................99 (A02, Tue), 417 (A05, Thu) Hardy, Bruce...................................1421 (I01B, Sun) Hari, Bostjan...................................... 208 (A04, Tue) Härk, Eneli........................................130 (A03, Mon) Harkey, Brice.......15 (A01, Mon), 1392 (I01A, Wed) Harlow, Gary......................................605 (C02, Tue), ..................................610 (C02, Tue), 611 (C02, Tue) Härmas, Meelis.................................130 (A03, Mon) Härmas, Meelis.....132 (A03, Mon), 418 (A05, Thu) Härmas, Riinu...................................130 (A03, Mon) Harms, Corinna............................... 1573 (I01E, Tue) Harris, Joel................544 (B01, Tue), 886 (F02, Tue) Harris, Stephen................................... 175 (A04, Sun) Hartmann, Jean-Michel.................. 1011 (G03, Sun), ...........................1051 (G03, Tue), 1071 (G03, Wed), .......................... 1073 (G03, Wed), 1076 (G03, Thu), ............................1082 (G03, Thu), 1084 (G03, Thu) Hartmann, Louis.......234 (A04, Wed), 235 (A04, Wed) Hartmann, Pascal............................... 307 (A05, Sun) Hartmann, Pascal..............................322 (A05, Mon) Haruta, Masakazu..............................281 (A04, Thu) Haruyama, Jun........77 (A01, Wed), 426 (A06, Wed) Harvey, Steve.................................... 449 (A06, Wed) Harzer, Gregor.......1478 (I01D, Sun), 1511 (I01D, Tue) Hasan, Md Mehedi.......................... 1212 (H03, Tue) Hasebe, Koichi................................1022 (G03, Mon) Hasegawa, Kei................................. 396 (A05, Wed), .................................720 (D02, Tue), 728 (D02, Tue) Hasegawa, Yasuchika....................... 668 (C05, Wed) Hashemi, Mohammad.......................898 (F03, Wed) Hashemi, Pouya............................... 1018 (G03, Sun) Hashigami, Satoshi........................... 231 (A04, Wed) Hashimoto, Hideki............................591 (C02, Mon) Hashimoto, Shuichiro...................... 1045 (G03, Tue) Haskins, Justin................................... 505 (A08, Tue) Hassan, Jawad.................................1293 (H05, Wed) Hassan, Zeinab....... 1317 (H07, Tue), 1323 (H07, Tue), .............................1327 (H07, Tue), 1334 (H07, Tue) Hatakeyama, Takuya..........................404 (A05, Thu) Hatmanto, Adhi...............................1289 (H05, Wed) Hatoya, Kazuki................................. 682 (C05, Wed) Hattori, Hiroyuki............................. 1174 (H02, Wed) Hattori, Masashi.................................403 (A05, Thu) Hatzell, Kelsey.......15 (A01, Mon), 466 (A06, Thu), ............................911 (F03, Wed), 1392 (I01A, Wed) Hatzell, Marta...... 911 (F03, Wed), 1900 (L04, Mon) Haug, Rolf........................................ 1318 (H07, Tue) Haugen, Astri Bjørnetun....................1669 (I02, Tue)

H

Ha, Gook Hyun.............................. 1107 (G04, Wed), ......................................................... 1108 (G04, Wed) Ha, Jungmin......................................1730 (J02, Wed) Ha, Yong Min..................................1234 (H03, Wed) Ha, Yoon-Cheol................................. 441 (A06, Wed) Haataja, Mikko..................................474 (A07, Mon) Habazaki, Hiroki...............................598 (C02, Mon) Habib, Khaled................................... 674 (C05, Wed) Hacker, Christina............................... 760 (D06, Sun) Hader, Greg......................................2146 (Z02, Wed) Haes, Amanda................................1983 (M01, Mon) Haghgouyan, Behrouz...................... 673 (C05, Wed) Hagiwara, Rika.................................1838 (L02, Tue) Hahlin, Maria..................................... 215 (A04, Tue) Hahn, Christopher........................... 1891 (L04, Mon) Hailu, Amanuel.........1829 (L02, Tue), 1840 (L02, Tue) Hajar, Yasmine...................................1686 (I02, Thu) Haldar, Ritesh................................... 1313 (H07, Tue) Hall, Timothy................................... 626 (C03, Wed), ................................ 812 (E03, Tue), 856 (E05, Thu), ................................ 918 (F03, Wed), 928 (F04, Tue), .................................. 929 (F04, Tue), 930 (F04, Tue) Hallen, Anders.................................1293 (H05, Wed) Halpern, Jeffrey.......1770 (L01, Mon), 1779 (L01, Tue) Halsall, M. P..................................... 1186 (H02, Thu) Halter, Jonathan...............................1380 (I01A, Tue) Ham, Hyung Chul.............................2109 (Z01, Tue) Hamada, Hiroki...............................1195 (H03, Mon) Hamaya, Kohei...............................1074 (G03, Wed) Hamdan, Monjid................................. 885 (F02, Tue) Hamdani, Iqra...................................1941 (L04, Wed) Hamer, Sebastian............................. 1332 (H07, Tue) Hamrock, Steven............................1457 (I01C, Wed) Han, Byungchan.......................... 1485 (I01D, Mon), ....................................................... 1489 (I01D, Mon) Han, Dong-Kwan...............................453 (A06, Thu) Han, Donghoon.................................597 (C02, Mon) Han, Donglin.....................................1676 (I02, Wed) Han, Fudong......................................... 36 (A01, Tue) Han, Gillsang....................................1920 (L04, Tue) Han, Han..........................................1069 (G03, Wed) Han, Jung.........................................1154 (H01, Mon) Han, Junyoung.....378 (A05, Tue), 1572 (I01E, Tue) Han, Lianhuan.................................... 851 (E05, Thu) Han, Sang-Don.................................. 449 (A06, Wed) Han, Soo-Jin........894 (F02, Tue), 1553 (I01E, Mon) Han, Ye Lin....................................1226 (H03, Wed), ......................... 1229 (H03, Wed), 1230 (H03, Wed), ......................... 1231 (H03, Wed), 1232 (H03, Wed), .........................................................1233 (H03, Wed) Hanafusa, Hiroaki...........................1196 (H03, Mon)

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Haugen, Gregory............................1457 (I01C, Wed) Haupt, Dennis........ 878 (F01, Mon), 926 (F03, Wed) Hausen, Florian..... 11 (A01, Mon), 256 (A04, Wed), ...............................425 (A06, Wed), 586 (C01, Wed) Haussener, Sophia.............................1913 (L04, Tue) Haverhals, Luke...............................1873 (L02, Wed) Haverhals, Luke...............................1872 (L02, Wed) Havlak, Lubomir...............................1728 (J02, Wed) Hawkins, Brendan............................... 58 (A01, Wed) Hayakawa, Y....................................1038 (G03, Mon) Hayase, Masanori............................1122 (G05, Mon) Hayashi, Akari.............................. 1362 (I01A, Mon), ...................... 1491 (I01D, Mon), 1513 (I01D, Wed), .......................1526 (I01D, Wed), 1527 (I01D, Wed), ......................... 1591 (I01F, Mon), 1625 (I01F, Wed) Hayashi, Akitoshi.............................188 (A04, Mon), ...........................................................324 (A05, Mon) Hayashi, Kazushi............................. 1209 (H03, Tue) Hayashi, Narumi...............................2057 (Z01, Tue) Hayashi, Yoshiya...............................347 (A05, Mon) Hazelbaker, Morgan.......................1985 (M01, Mon) He, Chunnian.....................................289 (A04, Thu) He, Jian............................................ 1102 (G04, Wed) He, Jr-Hau..........1250 (H04, Tue), 1269 (H04, Wed) He, Jun.............................................1237 (H04, Mon) He, Longfei...................................... 1252 (H04, Tue) He, Mingfu......................................... 302 (A05, Sun) He, Ping...........................................1405 (I01A, Thu) He, Ting.............................................1671 (I02, Wed) He, Yiming......................................1036 (G03, Mon) He, Yuping........................................ 1322 (H07, Tue) Heaman, Aidan................................1353 (I01A, Sun) Hecker, Burkhard.............................. 877 (F01, Mon) Heggen, Marc..................................1502 (I01D, Tue) Heinzmann, Marcel.......................1357 (I01A, Sun), .........................................................1400 (I01A, Thu) Hejral, Uta...........................................611 (C02, Tue) Helgerud, Trond.................................293 (A04, Thu) Hellström, Per-Erik.........................1020 (G03, Sun), .........................................................1023 (G03, Mon) Hemkar, Manish............................... 1053 (G03, Tue) Hemstad, Stan.................................1287 (H05, Wed) Hendricks, Olivia.............................1942 (L04, Wed) Henning, Sebastian...................... 1486 (I01D, Mon), .........................................................1503 (I01D, Tue) Henry de Villeneuve, Catherine.........603 (C02, Tue) Henson, J........................................1995 (M01, Mon) Herbert-Walters, Meghan................. 232 (A04, Wed) Herescu, Alexandru.........................1374 (I01A, Tue) Hernández, Griselle.......................1990 (M01, Mon) Hernández, José................................ 676 (C05, Wed) Hernandez, Olivier.............................. 888 (F02, Tue) Hernandez, Prisciliano...................1446 (I01C, Mon) Hernández Ávila, Juan......................2076 (Z01, Tue) Hernandez Londono, Carlos.............1682 (I02, Wed) Hernandez Sanchez, Nicolas............... 24 (A01, Tue) Hernández Santos, David................1777 (L01, Tue), ..........................................................1803 (L01, Wed) Hernández-Burgos, Kenneth..........1748 (K02, Mon) Hernández-Gallegos, Miguel...........2077 (Z01, Tue) Hernández-López, Hiram................. 124 (A02, Wed) Hernández-Muñoz, Lindsay...........1758 (K02, Mon) Hernandez-Rodriguez, Roel............. 529 (A08, Wed) Hernández-Vázquez, G.................1555 (I01E, Mon) Herranz, Juan.................................1408 (I01A, Thu), ....................... 1486 (I01D, Mon), 1503 (I01D, Tue), ........................... 1541 (I01D, Thu), 1918 (L04, Tue) Herrell, Sidney................................ 1890 (L04, Mon) Herrera-Hidalgo, Alan...................... 637 (C03, Wed) Herrera-Zamora, Dallely.................. 807 (E03, Mon) Herring, Andrew...........................1465 (I01C, Wed), ......................... 1554 (I01E, Mon), 1574 (I01E, Tue) Hesketh, Peter........2026 (M02, Tue), 2035 (M02, Tue) Hesler, Gregory...............................1422 (I01B, Sun) Hess, Dennis......................................1727 (J02, Wed) Heurtault, Stéphane...........................661 (C04, Mon)

Heya, Akira.....................................1195 (H03, Mon) Heydarzadeh, Zahra........................1420 (I01B, Sun) Heyne, Tobias..................................1072 (G03, Wed) Hibbs, Michael................................ 1572 (I01E, Tue) Hibino, Junichi................................... 306 (A05, Sun) Hickner, Michael............................1461 (I01C, Wed) Hiebl, Caroline..................................2055 (Z01, Tue) Hiesgen, Renate............................1396 (I01A, Wed), ..........................................................1607 (I01F, Tue) Higa, Kenneth.................................... 512 (A08, Tue) Higashi, Seiichiro...........................1064 (G03, Wed), .........................................................1196 (H03, Mon) Higashino, Takahiro..........................1676 (I02, Wed) Higginbotham, Aidan.......................785 (E02, Wed), ............................................................ 853 (E05, Thu) Higurashi, Eiji................................... 974 (G01, Wed) Hikavyy, Andriy............................... 1050 (G03, Tue) Hikima, Takaaki.............................1393 (I01A, Wed) Hill, Caleb.........................................1776 (L01, Tue) Hill, Joshua........................................1776 (L01, Tue) Hino, Aya.......................................... 1209 (H03, Tue) Hirai, Hirohisa.................................... 715 (D01, Tue) Hirai, Shuichiro.......182 (A04, Sun), 1377 (I01A, Tue), ........................1391 (I01A, Wed), 1393 (I01A, Wed) Hirai, Takeshi.................................1443 (I01C, Mon) Hiraiwa, Chihiro...............................1676 (I02, Wed) Hiraki, Tatsurou...............................1022 (G03, Mon) Hiramatsu, Hidenori........................ 1206 (H03, Tue) Hiramitsu, Yusuke...........................1409 (I01A, Thu) Hirano, Shinichi.............................1354 (I01A, Sun), ..........................1369 (I01A, Tue), 1375 (I01A, Tue) Hiraoka, Jousuke...............................2100 (Z01, Tue) Hiraoka, Koji.....................................2174 (Z03, Sun) Hirata, Youichi.................................. 682 (C05, Wed) Hirato, Tetsuji..................................1115 (G05, Mon) Hiroki, Akihiro................................ 1568 (I01E, Tue) Hiroki, Fujita...................................... 488 (A07, Tue) Hirosawa, Ichiro..............................1060 (G03, Wed) Hirose, Ryo......................................... 953 (G01, Tue) Hirsch, Emily..................................1156 (H01, Mon) Hirschman, Karl.............................1200 (H03, Mon), ............................1213 (H03, Tue), 1221 (H03, Wed) Hishinuma, Takashi.......................... 682 (C05, Wed) Hite, Jennifer........1155 (H01, Mon), 1162 (H01, Mon) Hitomi, Mitsunori.............................2091 (Z01, Tue) Hjelm, Rachel................................. 1584 (I01E, Wed) Hjuler, Hans.....................................1428 (I01B, Sun) Hmissa, Taha.................................... 1884 (L02, Thu) Ho, Donna....................................... 1566 (I01E, Tue) Ho, Kuo-Chuan................................ 1261 (H04, Tue) Ho, Shih-Jung..................................1246 (H04, Mon) Hobart, Karl....................................... 955 (G01, Tue), .........................1155 (H01, Mon), 1158 (H01, Mon), ........................... 1160 (H01, Mon), 1279 (H05, Tue) Hodson, Thomas................................. 54 (A01, Wed) Hoefler, Sebastian.............................2063 (Z01, Tue) Hof, Lucas.......................................... 852 (E05, Thu) Hoffman, Christian..........................1872 (L02, Wed) Hoffmann, Michael............................915 (F03, Wed) Holby, Edward...............................1533 (I01D, Thu), .........................................................1542 (I01D, Thu) Holc, Conrad...................................... 370 (A05, Tue) Holesinger, Terry................................1660 (I02, Tue) Holland, Alex.....................................412 (A05, Thu) Hollinger, Adam.......42 (A01, Wed), 1416 (I01B, Sun), ...............................1440 (I01B, Tue), 2092 (Z01, Tue) Hollowell, Andrew............................790 (E02, Wed), ...............................823 (E03, Tue), 1787 (L01, Tue), .........................1993 (M01, Mon), 2011 (M01, Tue), ..........................................................2013 (M01, Tue) Holmes, Justin.................................. 1255 (H04, Tue) Holmes, Russell................................765 (D06, Mon) Holmes, Stuart.....546 (B01, Tue), 1432 (I01B, Sun), ........................ 1467 (I01C, Wed), 1582 (I01E, Wed) Holt, Judson.....................................1072 (G03, Wed) Holtappels, Peter................................1688 (I02, Thu)

Homma, Takayuki.............................827 (E03, Wed), ..............................840 (E04, Wed), 2084 (Z01, Tue), ...........................................................2088 (Z01, Tue) Hommura, Satoru............................1509 (I01D, Tue) Honda, Kazuyoshi.............................. 306 (A05, Sun) Honda, Mitsunori............................ 1821 (L02, Mon) Honda, Yoshio.................................. 1286 (H05, Tue) Hong, Bo Ki...................................1630 (I01Z, Mon) Hong, Doosun............................... 1482 (I01D, Mon) Hong, Jihyun...................................... 375 (A05, Tue) Hong, Minki........................................568 (C01, Tue) Hong, Seong-Hyeon.........................298 (A04, Thu), ........................................................... 392 (A05, Wed) Hong, Seonghwan............................ 1216 (H03, Tue) Hong, Wan-Shick............................1198 (H03, Mon) Honkala, Karoliina.......................... 1765 (L01, Mon) Hooper, Justin..........465 (A06, Thu), 506 (A08, Tue) Hopkins, Patrick..............................1336 (H07, Wed) Hoque, Ariful.................................. 1890 (L04, Mon) Hori, Keisuke.................................... 236 (A04, Wed) Hori, Masaru.....1147 (G05, Wed), 1151 (G05, Wed) Horie, Yuki......................................1496 (I01D, Tue) Horiguchi, Naoto............................. 1019 (G03, Sun) Horten, Mitchell...............................2153 (Z02, Wed) Horvath, Andrew...............................1829 (L02, Tue) Horwood, Corie..............................1808 (L01, Wed), ......................................................... 1818 (L02, Mon) Hoshi, Yoshinao.................................580 (C01, Tue), ..............................671 (C05, Wed), 681 (C05, Wed), ...............................682 (C05, Wed), 684 (C05, Wed) Hoshino, Tsuyoshi............................... 890 (F02, Tue) Hosmane, Narayan............................. 109 (A02, Tue) Hosoi, Takuji.........712 (D01, Tue), 1057 (G03, Tue) Hosono, Hideo................................. 1171 (H01, Tue) Hosono, Hideo........ 1205 (H03, Tue), 1206 (H03, Tue) Hospital-Benito, Daniel.....................904 (F03, Wed) Hossain, Md. Anower........................462 (A06, Thu) Hosseinaei, Omid...............................414 (A05, Thu) Hosseini, Pouya............................... 1320 (H07, Tue), .........................................................1339 (H07, Wed) Hosseini, Seyyedamirhossein..........1796 (L01, Wed) Hosseini-Benhangi, Pooya.............. 865 (F01, Mon), ............................1613 (I01F, Wed), 1780 (L01, Tue) Hou, Vincent....................................1080 (G03, Thu) Houache, Mohamed S. E.................. 859 (F01, Mon) Houchins, Gregory............................. 224 (A04, Tue) House, Robert....................................191 (A04, Mon) Howlett, Patrick...... 85 (A02, Mon), 100 (A02, Tue) Hsiao, Yung Wei................................ 869 (F01, Mon) Hsieh, Ching-Yen............................. 1169 (H01, Tue) Hsieh, Yun-Zhen.............................. 1126 (G05, Tue) Hsu, Shan-Ming..............................1219 (H03, Wed) Hsu, Yung-Jung.......1249 (H04, Tue), 2145 (Z02, Wed) Hsueh, Kan-Lin................................... 62 (A01, Wed) Hu, Anmin.......................................1114 (G05, Mon) Hu, Bo.................................................. 26 (A01, Tue) Hu, Chenguo.................................... 1261 (H04, Tue) Hu, Di...............................................1968 (L05, Wed) Hu, Fei.............................................1612 (I01F, Wed) Hu, Leiming...................................1389 (I01A, Wed) Hu, Liangbing..........37 (A01, Tue), 401 (A05, Wed) Hu, Ning........................................... 1308 (H06, Sun) Hu, Tao...............................................284 (A04, Thu) Hu, Victor........................................... 217 (A04, Tue) Hu, Yan-Yan....................................... 173 (A04, Sun) Hu, Yang.......................................... 1111 (G05, Mon) Hu, Yong-Sheng................................ 119 (A02, Wed) Hu, Yongsheng....................................87 (A02, Mon) Hu, Yuanyuan................................... 1207 (H03, Tue) Hu, Yun Hang.................................. 1901 (L04, Mon) Hua, Hang........................................ 1888 (L02, Thu) Huang, Chen-Jui............................... 420 (A06, Wed) Huang, Feifei..................................2000 (M01, Mon) Huang, Fusen..................................1378 (I01A, Tue) Huang, Garrett.......1567 (I01E, Tue), 1569 (I01E, Tue), ............................ 1570 (I01E, Tue), 2093 (Z01, Tue)

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Huang, Hao......................................1966 (L05, Wed) .................................................................. (A04, Wed) Huang, Jau Chyn................................. 70 (A01, Wed) Huang, Jinchao.........56 (A01, Wed), 58 (A01, Wed), ........................... 1800 (L01, Wed), 1801 (L01, Wed) Huang, Jinhua..................................... 377 (A05, Tue) Huang, Lin........................................ 1702 (J01, Mon) Huang, Mao-Chia............................... 67 (A01, Wed) Huang, Phoebe................................. 1878 (L02, Thu) Huang, Qi...........1264 (H04, Tue), 1275 (H04, Wed) Huang, Qiang......... 776 (E01, Tue), 850 (E05, Thu), .......................... 1111 (G05, Mon), 1825 (L02, Mon) Huang, Qianye.................................... 48 (A01, Wed) Huang, Shang-Jie............................1246 (H04, Mon) Huang, Wen-Hsi......727 (D02, Tue), 729 (D02, Tue) Huang, Wenxin..................................2065 (Z01, Tue) Huang, Xinyi..................................... 422 (A06, Wed) Huang, Xuejie.....................................87 (A02, Mon) Huang, Yi-Chiau..............................1010 (G03, Sun) Huang, Yiyun.................................. 1575 (I01E, Tue) Huang, Yu-Shiang............................ 1043 (G03, Tue) Huang, Yunhui.................................. 386 (A05, Wed) Huang, Zhifeng..................................784 (E02, Wed) Huber, Dale.........................................770 (E01, Tue) Huda, Adri..........................................920 (F03, Wed) Huet, Karim....... 1019 (G03, Sun), 1065 (G03, Wed) Huff, Clay.........................................2152 (Z02, Wed) Hugenschmidt, Christoph................1191 (H02, Thu) Hughes, Barbara................................ 232 (A04, Wed) Hughes, Matthew......... 551 (B01, Tue), 559 (B01, Tue) Hughes, Michael................................ 762 (D06, Sun) Hughesa, Kara................................... 859 (F01, Mon) Huiskamp, Paul................................ 1046 (G03, Tue) Humbert, Bernard............................. 156 (A03, Tue), ...........................................................1833 (L02, Tue) Humiston, Christopher....................1804 (L01, Wed) Humiston, Elaine.............................1804 (L01, Wed) Hupp, Joseph...................................1346 (H07, Wed) Hurley, P...............708 (D01, Tue), 1164 (H01, Tue), .......................................................... 1165 (H01, Tue) Hurst, Katherine..............................1505 (I01D, Tue) Hussain, Aftab......710 (D01, Tue), 1094 (G04, Wed) Hussain, Muhammad........................ 710 (D01, Tue), ..........................1094 (G04, Wed), 1244 (H04, Mon) Huthwelker, Thomas............................ 25 (A01, Tue) Huyghebaert, Cedric.......................1029 (G03, Mon) Huynh, Sa Hoang..............................685 (D01, Mon) Hwang, Bing-Joe.............................. 420 (A06, Wed) Hwang, Chi-Sun.............................1202 (H03, Mon) Hwang, Han Wook..........................1234 (H03, Wed) Hwang, Jinyeon................................. 375 (A05, Tue) Hwang, Sang Ho............................1226 (H03, Wed), ......................... 1228 (H03, Wed), 1229 (H03, Wed), ......................... 1230 (H03, Wed), 1231 (H03, Wed), .......................... 1232 (H03, Wed), 1233 (H03, Wed) Hwang, Seung Sang.......................... 442 (A06, Wed) Hwang, Su Min.................................. 993 (G02, Tue)

Iiyama, Akihiro..............................1476 (I01D, Sun), ........................................................1528 (I01D, Wed) Iizuka, Masaya................................ 1173 (H02, Wed) Ikeda, H...........................................1038 (G03, Mon) Ikeda, Mitsuhisa..............................1039 (G03, Mon) Ikeda, Naoki........ 989 (G02, Mon), 1211 (H03, Tue) Ikeda, Suguru..................................... 488 (A07, Tue) Ikeshoji, Tamio........77 (A01, Wed), 426 (A06, Wed) Iketani, Chinami....................................5 (A01, Mon) Ikeuchi, Issei...........................