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CALL FOR PAPERS 2020

PRiME 2020

Pacific Rim Meeting on Electrochemical & Solid-State Science

Honolulu, HI October 4-9, 2020

Hawaii Convention Center & Hilton Hawaiian Village

the joint international meeting of: 2020 Fall Meeting of The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) 2020 Fall Meeting of The Korean Electrochemical Society (KECS) 238th Meeting of the Electrochemical Society (ECS) with the Technical Co-Sponsorship of: Japan Society of Applied Physics (JSAP) Chinese Society of Electrochemistry (CSE) Semiconductor Division, Korean Physical Society (KPS)

The Society of Polymer Science, Japan (SPSJ) Korea Photovoltaic Society (KPVS) Korean Institute of Chemical Engineers (KICHE)

www.electrochem.org/prime2020


2020

MEETING INFORMATION

General Information

Short Courses

Abstract Submission

Technical Exhibit

The PRiME 2020 meeting will be held in Honolulu, Hawaii from October 4-9, 2020 at the Hilton Hawaiian Village and the Hawaii Convention Center. This major international conference offers a unique blend of electrochemical and solid state science and technology; and serves as a major forum for the discussion of interdisciplinary research from around the world through a variety of formats, such as oral presentations, poster sessions, exhibits, tutorial sessions, short courses, professional development workshops, and exhibits. To give an oral or poster presentation at the PRiME 2020 meeting, you must submit an original meeting abstract for consideration via the ECS website, https:// ecs.confex.com/ecs/PRIME2020/cfp.cgi no later than April 17, 2020. Faxed, emailed, and/or late abstracts will not be accepted. Meeting abstracts should explicitly state objectives, new results, and conclusions or significance of the work. Once the submission deadline has passed, the symposium organizers will evaluate all abstracts for content and relevance to the symposium topic, and will schedule all acceptable submissions as either oral or poster presentations. In June 2020, Letters of Acceptance/Invitation will be sent via email to the corresponding author of all accepted abstracts, notifying them of the date, time, and location of their presentation. Regardless of whether you requested a poster or an oral presentation, it is the symposium organizers’ discretion to decide how and when it is scheduled.

Paper Presentation

Oral presentations must be in English; LCD projectors and laptops will be provided for all oral presentations. Presenting authors MUST bring their presentation on a USB flash drive to be used with the dedicated laptop that will be in each technical session room. Speakers requiring additional equipment must make written request to meetings@electrochem.org at least one month prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements may be worked out, subject to availability, and at the expense of the author. Poster presentations must be displayed in English, on a board approximately 3 feet 10 inches high by 3 feet 10 inches wide (1.17 meters high by 1.17 meters wide), corresponding to their abstract number and day of presentation in the final program.

Meeting Publications

ECS Meeting Abstracts—All meeting abstracts will be published in the ECS Digital Library, copyrighted by ECS, and all abstracts become the property of ECS upon presentation. ECS Transactions—Select symposia will publish their proceedings in ECS Transactions (ECST). Authors presenting in these symposia are strongly encouraged to submit a full-text manuscript based on their presentation. Issues of ECST will be available for sale on a pre-order basis, as well as through the ECS Digital Library and the ECS Online Store. Please see each individual symposium listing in this Call for Papers to determine if your symposium will be publishing an ECST issue. Please visit the ECST website (www.electrochem.org/ecst) for additional information, including overall guidelines, author and editor instructions, a downloadable manuscript template, and more. ECSarXiv—All authors are encouraged to submit their full-text manuscripts, posters, slides, or data sets to ECS’s preprint service, ECSarXiv. For more information on this offering, please visit http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv. Please note that submission to ECSarXiv does not preclude submission to ECST. ECS Journals—Authors presenting papers at ECS meetings, and submitting to ECST or ECSarXiv, are also encouraged to submit to the Society’s technical journals: Journal of The Electrochemical Society and ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology. Although there is no hard deadline for the submission of these papers, it is considered that six months from the date of the symposium is sufficient time to revise a paper to meet the stricter criteria of the journals. Author instructions are available from http://www.electrochem.org/submit.

Contact Information If you have any questions or require additional information, contact ECS.

Five short courses will be offered on Sunday, October 4, 2020 from 0800-1630h. Short courses require advanced registration and may be cancelled if enrollment is under 10 registrants in the respective course. The following short courses are scheduled: 1) Advanced Impedance Spectroscopy, 2) Fundamentals of Electrochemistry: Basic Theory and Kinetic Method, 3) Fundamentals of Corrosion, 4) Battery Safety and Failure Modes, and 5) Operation and Exploitation of Electrochemical Capacity Technology. Registration opens June 2020. PRiME 2020 will include a Technical Exhibit, featuring presentations and displays by dozens of manufacturers of instruments, materials, systems, publications, and software of interest to meeting attendees. Coffee breaks are scheduled in the exhibit hall along with evening poster sessions. Interested in exhibiting at the meeting with your company? Exhibitor opportunities include unparalleled benefits and provide an extraordinary chance to present your scientific products and services to key constituents from around the world. Exhibit opportunities can be combined with sponsorship items and are customized to suit your needs. Please contact sponsorship@electrochem.org for further details.

Meeting Registration

All participants—including authors and invited speakers—are required to pay the appropriate registration fees. Meeting registration information will be posted on the ECS website as it becomes available. The deadline for discounted early registration is August 31, 2020.

Hotel Reservations

The PRiME 2020 meeting will be held at the Hilton Hawaiian Village and the Hawaii Convention Center. Please refer to the meeting website for the most up-to date information on hotel availability and information about the blocks of rooms where special rates have been reserved for participants attending the meeting. The hotel block will be open until August 31, 2020 or until it sells out.

Letter of Invitation

In June 2020, Letters of Invitation will be sent via email to the corresponding authors of all accepted abstracts, notifying them of the date, time, and location of their presentation. Anyone else requiring an official letter of invitation should email abstracts@electrochem.org; such letters will not imply any financial responsibility of ECS.

Financial Assistance

ECS divisions and sections offer travel grants to students, postdoctoral researchers, and young professionals to attend ECS biannual meetings. Applications are available beginning April 17, 2020 at www.electrochem.org/travel-grants and must be received no later than the submission deadline of June 29, 2020. Additional financial assistance is very limited and generally governed by symposium organizers. Individuals may inquire directly to organizers of the symposium in which they are presenting to see if funding is available. For general travel grant questions, please contact travelgrant@electrochem.org.

Sponsorship Opportunities

PRiME 2020 offers a wonderful opportunity to market your organization through sponsorship. Sponsorship allows exposure to key industry decision makers, the development of collaborative partnerships, and potential business leads. We welcome support in the form of general sponsorship at various levels. Sponsors will be recognized by level in the Meeting Program, meeting signage, and on the website. In addition, sponsorships are available for the plenary, meeting keepsakes and other special events. Advertising opportunities for the Meeting Program are also available. Please contact sponsorship@electrochem.org for further details. ECS also offers specific symposium sponsorship. By sponsoring a symposium your company can help support author travel expenses, registration fees, complimentary proceedings, and/or host receptions for invited speakers, researchers, and students. Please contact bianca.kovalenko@electrochem.org for further details.

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2020

SYMPOSIUM TOPICS

A— Batteries and Energy Storage

A01— Intercalation Chemistry for Electrochemical Energy Storage Technologies: In Honor of M. Stanley Whittingham A02— New Materials for Next Generation Batteries A03— Fast Energy Storage Processes and Devices-Capacitors, Supercapacitors, and Fast-Charging Batteries A04— Electrolytes, Interfaces, and Interphases A05— Advances, Challenges, and Development of Solid State Battery Electrochemistry and Materials A06— Progress and Critical Assessment of Large Format Batteries B— Carbon Nanostructures and Devices

B01— Carbon Nanostructures: From Fundamental Studies to Applications and Devices C— Corrosion Science and Technology

C01— Corrosion General Poster Session C02— High Temperature Corrosion and Materials Chemistry 14 C03— Pits and Pores 9: Nanomaterials-Fabrication, Properties, and Applications C04— Light Alloys 6: In Honor of Hideaki Takahashi C05— High Resolution Characterization of Corrosion Processes 5: In Honor of Philippe Marcus

I— Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers, and Energy Conversion

I01— Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells & Electrolyzers 20 (PEFC&E 20) I02— Solid State Ionic Devices 13 I03— Frontiers of Chemical/Molecular Engineering in Electrochemical Energy Technologies: In Honor of Robert Savinell’s 70th Birthday J— Luminescence and Display Materials, Devices, and Processing

J01— Recent Advances in Wide-Bandgap III-Nitride Devices and Solid State Lighting: In Honor of Isamu Akasaki K— Organic and Bioelectrochemistry

K01— New Developments in Synthetic and Mechanistic Organic Electrochemistry: In Memory of Junichi Yoshida K02— Towards Interdisciplinary Fusion of Bioengineering and Electrochemistry L— Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry

L01— Fundamentals and Applications of Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry L02— Molten Salts and Ionic Liquids 22 L03— Electrode Processes 13 L04— Photocatalysts, Photoelectrochemical Cells, and Solar Fuels 11 L05— Advanced Techniques for In Situ Electrochemical Systems 3

C06— Atmospheric and Marine Corrosion 2

L06— Fundamental Aspects of Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide 2

C07— Corrosion Protection 2

L07— (Photo)Electrochemistry and Electrocatalysis for Water-Energy Nexus

D— Dielectric Science and Materials

D01— Semiconductors, Dielectrics, and Metals for Nanoelectronics and Plasma Nanosciences D02— The Science and Applications of Topological and Correlated Materials E— Electrochemical/Electroless Deposition

E01— Electrodeposition for Energy Applications 5 E02— Electrochemistry for Material Science: In Memory of Ken E. Nobe E03— Electrochemical and Electroless Deposition of Thin-films and Nanostructures-Theory, Numerical Simulations, and Applications E04— Applied Electrodeposition: From Electrowinning to Electroforming

L08— Advanced Nano-Photovoltaics M— Sensors

M01— Microfabricated and Nanofabricated Systems for MEMS/NEMS 15 M02— Chemical Sensors 13: Recent Advances in Chemical and Biological Sensors and Analytical Systems M03— In Vivo Nano Biosensors Z— General

Z01— General Student Poster Session Z02— 4DMS+SoRo: 4D Materials & Systems + Soft Robotics

F— Electrochemical Engineering

F01— Advances in Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering F02— Advances in Application and Theory of Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy F03— Modeling Electrochemical Systems for Transportation Applications G— Electronic Materials and Processing

G01— Semiconductor Wafer Bonding: Science, Technology, and Applications 16 G02— Atomic Layer Deposition Applications 16 G03— SiGe, Ge, and Related Compounds: Materials, Processing, and Devices 9 G04— Thermoelectric and Thermal Interface Materials 6 G05— Materials and Processes for Semiconductor, 2.5 and 3D, Chip Packaging, PCB, FPCB and Wafer Bonding 3 H— Electronic and Photonic Devices and Systems

H01— Joint Symposium: State-of-the-Art Program on Compound Semiconductors 63 (SOTAPOCS 63)-and-GaN and SiC Power Technologies 10 H02— Photovoltaics for the 21st Century 16: New Materials and Processes H03— Thin Film Transistors 15 (TFT 15) H04— Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Electronic and Photonic Devices 13 H05— Optics, Electronics, and Electrochemical Properties of Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs): Technology, Applications, and Emerging Devices 2

IMPORTANT DATES AND DEADLINES Meeting abstract submission opens.................................January 2019 Meeting abstract submission deadline............................April 17, 2020 Notification to corresponding authors of abstract acceptance or rejection........................................June 2020 Technical program published online......................................June 2020 Meeting registration opens....................................................June 2020 ECS Transactions submission site opens........................June 19, 2020 Travel grant application deadline.......................................July 29, 2020 ECS Transactions submission deadline............................July 17, 2020 Meeting sponsor and exhibitor deadline (for inclusion in printed materials)....................................July 24, 2020 Travel grant approval notification.................................August 17, 2020 Hotel and early registration deadlines..........................August 31, 2020 Release date for ECS Transactions issues..................No later than September 25, 2020

H06— Nonvolatile Memories and Artificial Neural Networks H07— Electrochromic and Photoelectrochromic Materials and Devices Call for Papers • PRiME 2020 • Honolulu, HI • October 4-9, 2020 • www.electrochem.org


A—Batteries and Energy Storage Intercalation Chemistry for Electrochemical

Storage Technologies: A01 Energy In Honor of M. Stanley Whittingham Battery Division, ECSJ

This symposium is held to honor Prof. M. Stanley Whittingham for his outstanding contributions to understanding intercalation mechanisms in materials for electrochemical energy storage, which led to the development and commercialization of rechargeable Li-ion batteries. The organizers would like to invite contributions on topics related to intercalation chemistry in both fundamental and applied research including but not limited to: • Intercalation materials/chemistry for Li-ion, Na-ion, Mg and Zn/ mno2 batteries, rechargeable lithium metal batteries and flow cells, • The interfacial reactions between intercalation materials and electrolyte, • Electrode architectures built on intercalation materials, • Prototypic cell design and testing implementing intercalation compounds, • Characterization and simulation of intercalation phenomena at different scales. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: J. Xiao, University of Arkansas, Pacific Northwest National Lab, email: jie.xiao@pnnl.gov; Shirley Y. Meng, University of California, San Diego, email: shirleymeng@ucsd.edu; Louis Piper, Binghamton University, email: lpiper@binghamton.edu; Yang-Kook Sun, Hanyang University, email: yksun@hanyang.ac.kr; Dominique Guyomard, Universite de Nantes, email: Dominique.Guyomard@cnrs-imn.fr.

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New Materials for Next Generation Batteries Battery Division, ECSJ Battery, KECS Battery

The exploration of next generation energy storage devices far beyond current lithium-ion batteries have been motivated from the rapidly growing demand for renewable energy with sustainability and emerging markets of future electronics and electric vehicles. The key factors of energy storage devices such as performance, safety, and cost are strongly affected by energy storage materials and their charge storage mechanism. The goal of this symposium is to highlight a recent progress of new materials for next generation batteries. Thus, the organizers would like to invite contributions on topics related to: • The synthesis, structure, chemistry, assembly, and characterization for the design of new energy storage materials, • In-situ and theoretical analyses for the fundamental electrochemistry, materials’ interactions, correlation of structure/ chemistry with electrochemical properties, and energy storage mechanism, and • The device physics and performance of new generation batteries such as solid-state, metal, metal-sulfur, metal-air, multivalent, flow-type, and flexible batteries, hybrid energy storage devices, and so on. Next generation batteries are not limited to these examples, but any new concepts of energy storage materials and devices are also welcomed.

Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Ho Seok Park, SungKyunKwan University, email: phs0727@skku.edu; David Mitlin, The University of Texas at Austin, email: david.mitlin2@ gmail.com; Liangbing Hu, University of Maryland, email: binghu@ umd.edu; Min-Kyu Song, Washington State University, email: minkyu. song@wsu.edu; Feng Li, Chinese Academy of Sciences, email: fli@ imr.ac.cn; Wataru Sugimoto, Shinshu University, email: wsugi@ shinshu-u.ac.jp; Philippe Poizot, Universite de Nantes, email: Philippe. Poizot@cnrs-imn.fr; Masashi Okubo, University of Tokyo, email: m-okubo@chemsys.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Yamauchi Yusuke, The University of Queensland, email: y.yamauchi@uq.edu.au; Zhong-Shuai Wu, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, email: wuzs@dicp.ac.cn; Minoru Osada, Nagoya University, email: mosada@imass.nagoya-u.ac.jp; Kyung Min Choi, Sookmyung Women’s University, email: kmchoi@ sm.ac.kr; John Vaughey, JCESR at Argonne National Laboratory, email: vaughey@anl.gov; Seung-Tae Hong, DGIST, email: st.hong@ dgist.ac.kr; Hua Zhang, City University of Hong Kong, email: Hua. Zhang@cityu.edu.hk.

A03

Fast Energy Storage Processes and Devices - Capacitors, Supercapacitors, and Fast-Charging Batteries Battery Division, ECSJ Capacitor, KECS Capacitor

Power capability has a direct impact on the operation efficiency and life of electrochemical energy storage devices. Fast charging batteries/energy storage systems are in particular urgently needed for the development of electrified vehicles. This symposium provides a forum to highlight the recent progress in high power electrochemical energy storage processes and devices, especially those designed for high-power/high-energy supercapacitors and fast charging batteries. The organizers would like to invite contributions to the following topics: • High-energy capacitors and supercapacitors; • High-power pseudocapacitors; • Hybrid supercapacitors (including Li-ion capacitors); • Fast-charging batteries (both aqeous and non-aqueous); • Hybrid fast energy storage systems; • as well as practical applications of these and related devices. The symposium welcomes contributions in related fundamental science and applied engineering in electrochemistry, materials and processes, enabling electrode and electrolyte materials, novel cell and system design/modeling/control strategies, advanced characterization techniques and theoretical simulation. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Masashi Ishikawa, Kansai University, email: masaishi@kansai-u.ac.jp; Katsuhiko Naoi, Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology, email: k-naoi@cc.tuat.ac.jp; Hiroshi Inoue, Osaka Prefecture University, email: inoue-h@chem.osakafu-u.ac.jp; Nae-Lih Nick Wu, National Taiwan University, email: nlw001@ntu.edu.tw; Ping Liu, University of California, San Diego, email: piliu@eng.ucsd.edu; Takeshi Abe, Kyoto University, email: abe@elech.kuic.kyoto-u.ac.jp; Thierry Brousse, University of Nantes, email: thierry.brousse@univ-nantes.fr; Daniel Belanger, Universite du Quebec a Montreal , email: belanger.daniel@ uqam.ca; Patrice Simon, CNRS / Universite de Toulouse, email: simon@chimie.ups-tlse.fr; Ho Seok Park, Sungkyunkwan University, email: phs0727@skku.edu; Jeffery W. Long, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, email: jeffrey.long@nrl.navy.mil; Jeom-Soo Kim, Dong-A University, email: JSenergy@dau.ac.kr; Hyung-Seok Kim, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, email: hskim0227@kist.re.kr; Min-Sik Park, Kyung Hee University, email: mspark@khu.ac.kr.

No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/).

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A04

Electrolytes, Interfaces, and Interphases Battery Division, ECSJ Battery, KECS Battery

Electrolytes are ubiquitous in all electrochemical devices, and in batteries they dictate key properties such as energy, power, safety and life, either directly or indirectly. This symposium intends to highlight the advances made in new electrolyte materials, especially those designed for the new/aggressive chemistries such as Li metal, high voltage and high capacity cathode materials, as well as the fundamental science governing their bulk/interfacial/interphasial chemistries and processes, along with the advanced in-situ/operando characterization techniques and simulation that present new insights. The organizers would like to invite contributions to the following topics: • New electrolyte systems and materials that are either liquid, solid, semi-solid or hybrid/composite, with emphasis on new solvents, salts, additives and polymers/ceramics/glasses; • Fundamental understanding of chemistry, processes and structure of Bulk, Interface and Interphases via both experimental and simulations, with special emphasis placed on the ion-ion, ionsolvent and ion-electrode interactions in super-concentrated regimes; • Advanced characterization techniques that shed new insights on the bulk, interfacial and interphasial structures, chemistries and processes, with emphasis placed on new in-situ/operando tools, probes and methods aiming to image the dynamic processes at varying length and time-scale domains. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Kang Xu, Center for Research on Extreme Batteries, email: conrad.k.xu. civ@mail.mil; Robert Kostecki, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, email: r_kostecki@lbl.gov; Seung-Wan Song, Chungnam National University, email: swsong@cnu.ac.kr; Masayoshi Watanabe, Yokohama National University, email: mwatanab@ynu.ac.jp; SangYoung Lee, Ulsan National Institue of Science and Technology, email: syleek@unist.ac.kr; Makoto Ue, National Institute for Materials Science, email: ue.makoto@nims.go.jp; Stefano Passerini, Universitaet Ulm, email: stefano.passerini@kit.edu; Yoon Seok Jung, Hanyang University, email: yoonsjung@hanyang.ac.kr; Hochun Lee, DGIST, email: dukelee@dgist.ac.kr; Walter van Schalkwijk, Battery Sciences LLC, email: wvs@batterysciences.com.

A05

Advances, Challenges, and Development of Solid State Battery Electrochemistry and Materials Battery Division, ECSJ Battery, KECS Battery

Over the last 10 years, there has been a surge of interests for the development of solid state Li/Li-ion devices with new material components. However, despite the important investments made over the world, only few technologies, mainly polymer-based, have reached the industrial level. The goal of this symposium is to address fundamental understanding on the role of material and interface electrochemistry and technological challenges of solid state battery development including: • Processing and structure-property design of electrolytes: ceramics, glass/glass-ceramics, dry polymers, hybrid solid-polymer-gel electrolytes (e.g. Ionogels, eutectogels,…); • Interface stability and electrochemistry; • Theory and modeling as tools for materials and cell design; • Fabrication impact of composite electrodes and devices on the electrochemical properties; • Insights into the electrochemical reactions with new characterization techniques (e.g. In operando testing of electrochemical-structure properties) and • Performance engineering on the battery device level.

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A special afternoon session will be dedicated to young investigators in the form of “student slam,” consisting of 10 minute flash oral presentations with 2 minutes of Q&A. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Mickael Dolle, Universite de Montreal, email: mickael.dolle@ umontreal.ca; Jennifer Rupp, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, email: jrupp@mit.edu; Akitoshi Hayashi, Osaka Prefecture University, email: hayashi@chem.osakafu-u.ac.jp; Juergen Janek, Justus-LiebigUniversitat Giessen, email: Juergen.Janek@phys.Chemie.uni-giessen. de; Dominique Guyomard, IMN-CNRS, University of Nantes, email: Dominique.Guyomard@cnrs-imn.fr; Byoungwoo Kang, POSTECH, email: bwkang@postech.ac.kr; Venkataraman Thangadurai, University of Calgary, email: vthangad@ucalgary.ca.

A06

Progress and Critical Assessment of Large Format Batteries Battery Division, ECSJ Energy Technology, KECS Battery, KECS Physical Electrochemistry

The past decade has been witness to a global boom of low cost renewable generation. To enable continuous use of these emission free sources, a variety of approaches towards energy storage have been designed to enable hours to days storage on a large scale, while minimizing capital cost. This said, incumbent aprotic lithium ion batteries have particularly benefited from cost reduction enabled by economies of production scale. This symposium asks two simple questions: 1) Where does the utility of lithium ion end for stationary storage applications? 2) Where does the utility of non-lithium ion solutions begin for these same applications? Submissions are encouraged on all battery research focusing on the intersection of capital cost and operating cost through innovative study and critical assessment of: • Flow Batteries • Aqueous Batteries • Sodium/Lithium Ion Stationary Systems • Fuel Cells • Electrofuels While we welcome work regarding any approach for large scale grid storage, we particularly appreciate an assessment of how the proposed and studied systems fare under a critical analysis of capital cost, cycle life, and maintenance consideration (temperature stability, safety, etc) in order to foster and seed a conversation on the synergy of all approaches. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Daniel Steingart, Columbia University, email: dan.steingart@ columbia.edu; Yong-Yao Xia, Fudan University Library, email: yyxia@ fudan.edu.cn; Keeyoung Jung, Research Institute of Industrial Science and Technology, email: keeyoung.jung@rist.re.kr; Jongwoo Lim, Seoul National University, email: jwlim@snu.ac.kr; Fikile Brushett, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, email: brushett@mit.edu; Yukari Sato, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Tech. (AIST), email: yukari-sato@aist.go.jp; Scott Calabrese Barton, Michigan State University, email: scb@msu.edu; Jean St-Pierre, University of Hawaii - Manoa, email: jsp7@hawaii.edu; Daiwon Choi, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, email: daiwon.choi@ pnnl.gov; Gary Yang, UniEnergy Technologies, email: gary.yang@ uetechnologies.com; Eric Dufek, Idaho National Laboratory, email: Eric.dufek@inl.gov; Vincent Sprenkle, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, email: vincent.sprenkle@pnnl.gov. Call for Papers • PRiME 2020 • Honolulu, HI • October 4-9, 2020 • www.electrochem.org


B—Carbon Nanostructures and Devices Carbon Nanostructures: From Fundamental

to Applications and Devices B01 Studies Nanocarbons Division, Physical and Analytical

Electrochemistry Division, ECSJ Electronics, JSAP

This broad symposium will include both fundamental and applied studies of fullerenes, carbon nanotubes, graphene, and related materials. Papers are invited in the areas of chemistry, physics, and materials science. Relevant topics include the synthesis and preparation of nanocarbon samples, and characterization of their mechanical, thermal, chemical, electrochemical, optical, or electronic properties. Also welcome are papers concerning nanocarbon applications in areas such as electrochemistry, electronic and opto-electronic devices, sensing, energy conversion and storage, and biomedicine. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Slava V. Rotkin, Pennsylvania State University, email: vvr5@psu.edu; Hiroshi Imahori, Kyoto University, email: imahori@scl.kyoto-u.ac.jp; Olga Boltalina, Colorado State University, email: olga.boltalina@ colostate.edu; David Cliffel, Vanderbilt University, email: d.cliffel@ vanderbilt.edu; Alexey Serov, Pajarito Powder, LLC, email: aserov@ pajaritopowder.com.

C—Corrosion Science and Technology Corrosion General Poster Session

C01 Corrosion Division, ECSJ Corrosion

Poster presentations concerning all aspects of corrosion and associated phenomena in liquid and gaseous phases are welcome. Theoretical analyses, experimental investigations, descriptions of new techniques for the study of corrosion, and analyses of corrosion products and films are of interest. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: M. Itagaki, Tokyo University of Science, email: itagaki@rs.noda.tus. ac.jp; J. Noel, University of Western Ontario, email: jjnoel@uwo.ca.

High Temperature Corrosion and Materials

14 C02 Chemistry High-Temperature Energy, Materials, and Processes Division, Corrosion Division, ECSJ Corrosion

This symposium will focus on both the fundamental and applied thermodynamic and kinetic aspects of high temperature oxidation and corrosion, as well as other chemical reactions involving inorganic materials at high temperatures. Both theoretical and experimental papers are accepted, and contributions from industry and students are especially encouraged. Specifically, presentations on the following topics in the area of oxidation/corrosion are solicited: fundamental mechanisms of high temperature oxidation; reactions in complex environments and/or ultra-high temperatures (>1500°C); and, response of protective coatings 6

in high temperature environments. In the area of high temperature chemistry, papers on the following topics are solicited: thermodynamic property determination; phase equilibria and phase transformations; solid state diffusion; and, volatilization reactions. Fundamental studies of materials interactions in high temperature processing or power, propulsion, and energy applications are also welcome. This symposium’s proceedings will be published in ECS Transactions and will be available at the meeting. All authors accepted for presentation are strongly encouraged to submit their full text manuscript for the issue no later than July 2, 2020. All manuscripts will be submitted online, and must be in either MS Word or PDF format. Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Paul E. Gannon, Montana State University Bozeman, email: pgannon@ coe.montana.edu; Makoto Nanko, Nagaoka University of Technology, email: nanko@mech.nagaokaut.ac.jp; Jeffrey W. Fergus, Auburn University, email: ferguje@auburn.edu; E. Opila, University of Virginia, email: ejo4n@virginia.edu; Jan Froitzheim, Chalmers University of Technology, email: jan.froitzheim@chalmers.se; Dev Chidambaram, Nevada Institute for Sustainability, email: dcc@unr.edu; Torsten Markus, Mannheim University of Applied Sciences, email: t.markus@ hs-mannheim.de; Xingbo Liu, West Virginia University, email: Xingbo. Liu@mail.wvu.edu.

C03

Pits and Pores 9: Nanomaterials Fabrication, Properties, and Applications Corrosion Division, Luminescence and Display Materials Division, ECSJ Corrosion

The 9th edition of this symposium is aimed at the fabrication and analysis of all kinds of pitted and porous structures, their physical and chemical properties as well as their scientific and industrial applications. It is an interdisciplinary approach to combine the diverse research in different fields such as localized metal corrosion, semiconductor electrochemistry, deposition into pores, template materials, optical spectroscopy and magnetic characterization. Emphasis will be on pit and pore formation, porous-structure/surface-property relations, study and analysis of corrosion, work relevant to the formation of advanced materials and their characterization, and applications of these materials in different areas of science such as biomedicine, energy storage and conversion, optics and magnetism. The symposium brings together scientists and engineers from various research fields such as materials science, electrochemistry, physics, chemistry, engineering and biology. Papers are invited on, but not limited to topics dealing with experimental as well as theoretical work of: • Dissolution processes and critical factors for maintaining pit and pore growth • Growth kinetics, stability, morphology of pit and pore structures and their chemistry • Porous structures and material deposition into pores • Self-organization and self-assembly • Transport processes within pores and porous structures • Localized corrosion of metals and semiconductors • Pore morphology and interface chemistry • Optical characterization of porous materials, nanoparticles, and composites • Magnetic characterization of nanoparticles and composites • Technical, biological and biomedical applications of porous structures This symposium’s proceedings will be published in ECS Transactions and will be available at the meeting. All authors accepted for presentation are strongly encouraged to submit their full text manuscript for the issue no later than July 2, 2020. All manuscripts will be submitted online, and must be in either MS Word or PDF format. Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: P. Granitzer, University of Graz, email: petra.granitzer@uni-graz.at; Rabah Boukherroub, Institute of Electronics, Microelectronics and Nanotechnology (IEMN), CNRS & University of Lille, email: rabah. boukherroub@iemn.univ-lille1.fr; David Lockwood, Measurement Science and Standards, National Research Council Canada, email: david.lockwood@nrc-cnrc.gc.ca; Hideki Masuda, Tokyo Metropolitan Call for Papers • PRiME 2020 • Honolulu, HI • October 4-9, 2020 • www.electrochem.org


University, email: masuda-hideki@tmu.ac.jp; Sannakaisa Virtanen, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nurnberg, email: virtanen@ww.uni-erlangen.de; Hiroki Habazaki, Hokkaido University, email: habazaki@eng.hokudai. ac.jp.

C04

Light Alloys 6: In Honor of Hideaki Takahashi Corrosion Division, ECSJ Corrosion

This Symposium will be held in honor of Professor Hideaki Takahashi for his outstanding achievements in the field of corrosion and surface treatments of light metals, particularly anodizing of aluminum and its alloys. His major contributions include growth mechanism of barrier-type and porous-type anodic films on aluminum, modification of aluminum surface by MOCVD and sol-gel coating, micro-/nanopatterning of aluminum surface by a combination of laser irradiation and anodizing as well as AFM probe processing, and corrosion of practical aluminum alloys. His novel approaches have contributed significantly to deeper understanding of surface treatments of light metals and design of functional light metals’ surfaces. This symposium will provide a forum for discussion of recent results related to corrosion and surface treatments of aluminum, magnesium, titanium and their alloys. Papers are invited on a broad range of fundamental and applied topics including: local corrosion processes, environmental fracture, corrosion behavior of advanced light metals and alloys, modeling and prediction of corrosion damage accumulation, surface treatments, including anodizing and conversion coatings, of light metals and alloys for corrosion protection, formation of functional micro-/nano-structured oxide films. New thinking and new insights on oxide growth, environmentally friendly coatings, localized corrosion and cracking mechanisms and corrosion protection mechanisms is especially encouraged. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Masatoshi Sakairi, Hokkaido University, email: msakairi@eng. hokudai.ac.jp; Nick Birbilis, Monash University, email: nick.birbilis@ monash.edu; Sean Brossia, INVISTA, email: sean.brossia@gmail.com; Tatsuya Kikuchi, Hokkaido University, email: kiku@eng.hokudai. ac.jp; Hiroki Habazaki, Hokkaido University, email: habazaki@ eng.hokudai.ac.jp; Sungmo Moon, Korea Inst of Matls Sci, email: sungmo@kims.re.kr.

C05

High Resolution Characterization of Corrosion Processes 5: In Honor of Philippe Marcus Corrosion Division, ECSJ Corrosion

This symposium will be held in honor of Professor Philippe Marcus for his outstanding achievements in the field of high resolution characterization of corrosion and passivation processes. This symposium will provide a forum for all studies of corrosion that are highly resolved in space and/or time and applied with the aim of elucidating kinetics and mechanisms. Particular interest will be directed toward techniques providing fresh insight into the localization and/or time-dependence of corrosion phenomena as they occur on metal surfaces in an uncoated or coated state in the presence or absence of corrosion inhibitors. Techniques of interest include, but are not limited to: X-ray synchrotron spectroscopy and tomography, in-situ optical imaging/microscopy, laser scanning microscopy, confocal microscopy, acoustic (ultrasound) microscopy, magnetic imaging techniques, the scanning Kelvin probe (SKP), Kelvin force microscopy (KFM), atomic force microscopy (AFM), scanning electrochemical microscopy (SECM), the scanning reference electrode technique (SRET), the scanning vibrating electrode technique (SVET) and localized electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (LEIS). The organizers encourage papers dealing with: metastable and stable pitting, crevice corrosion, differential aeration effects, intergranular corrosion, dealloying, re-plating, galvanic corrosion, erosion corrosion, 7

stress-corrosion cracking, and corrosion fatigue. Also, papers dealing with corrosion-driven processes affecting coated metals such as cathodic disbondment, anodic undercutting and filiform corrosion are of interest. The organizers extend the call to those who wish to report high resolution studies of etching, nanostructure evolution and MEM (microelectromechanical machine) development. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: K. Azumi, Hokkaido University, email: azumi@eng.hokudai.ac.jp; Koji Fushimi, Hokkaido University, email: kfushimi@eng.hokudai.ac.jp; Vincent Vivier, Sorbonne University, email: vincent.vivier@sorbonneuniversite.fr; Izumi Muto, Tohoku University, email: mutoi@material. tohoku.ac.jp; Damien Feron, CEA, email: damien.feron@cea.fr; Dev Chidambaram, Nevada Institute for Sustainability, email: dcc@unr. edu.

C06

Atmospheric and Marine Corrosion 2 Corrosion Division, ECSJ Corrosion

The goal of the symposium is to address a wide spectrum of corrosion research in atmospheric, marine and other saltwater environments and to provide a forum to examine the most recent ideas and advances in the understanding of corrosion processes, mechanisms, and means of corrosion prevention or control from both a basic and applied research approach. Topic areas may include, but are not limited to: • General corrosion mechanisms of steels and other materials in seawater and other saltwater media; • Marine and other atmospheric corrosion of metals and alloys; • Microbiologically influenced corrosion; • Environmentally assisted cracking of materials in marine environments; • Design, processing variables, surface preparation, and pretreatments affecting corrosion and corrosion control; • Environmentally compliant inhibitors, biocides, and coatings; • Cathodic protection and innovative anode materials; • Composites and other advanced materials; • Use of electrochemical, surface analytical, and nondestructive detection methods; and • Predictive and mechanistic corrosion modeling. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: M. Itagaki, Tokyo University of Science, email: itagaki@rs.noda.tus. ac.jp; Lloyd H. Hihara, University of Hawaii at Manoa, email: hihara@ hawaii.edu; Hideki Katayama, National Institute for Materials Science, email: KATAYAMA.Hideki@nims.go.jp; Eiji Tada, Tokyo Institute of Technology, email: tada.e.aa@m.titech.ac.jp.

C07

Corrosion Protection 2 Corrosion Division, ECSJ Corrosion

Papers are invited on all topics related to advances in metallic, inorganic, organic and composite coatings for the corrosion protection of metallic substrates. Suitable topics could include: pretreatments, conversion coatings, sacrificial coatings, barrier coatings, adhesion promotion, self-healing coatings, chromate replacement, smart-release inhibitor systems and novel inhibitors generally. Papers providing mechanistic insights into the action of functional coating components such as: novel galvanizing alloys, novel inhibitors, ion-exchange pigments, microencapsulated inhibitors and reagents, electrically conducting polymers and nanopigments are particularly encouraged.

Call for Papers • PRiME 2020 • Honolulu, HI • October 4-9, 2020 • www.electrochem.org


No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Hamilton McMurray, Swansea University, email: h.n.mcmurray@ swan.ac.uk; D. Chidambaram, Nevada Institute for Sustainability, email: dcc@unr.edu; Takumi Haruna, Kansai University, email: haruna@kansai-u.ac.jp; Eiji Tada, Tokyo Institute of Technology, email: tada.e.aa@m.titech.ac.jp.

D—Dielectric Science and Materials

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Semiconductors, Dielectrics, and Metals for Nanoelectronics and Plasma Nanosciences Dielectric Science and Technology Division, ECSJ Electronics, JSAP

New Channel Materials: SiGe, SiGe:C, GeSn, and III-V Channels; SiC and GaN Channels: Surface/Interface Modeling; Ferroelectric Channels; Band Offsets; Surface Preparation, Surface Passivation; Contact Engineering; Negative Capacitance Devices; Transistor Characteristics. 2-D Semiconductors and Applications: MoS2, WSe2, Other Metal Dichalcogenides, Graphene, Silicene, Germanene: Growth, Characterization, and Modeling; High-k Gate Dielectrics; Ohmic Contacts; Ferroelectric Transistors; Transistor Characteristics. Volatile and Non-Volatile Memory: Resistive RAM; Ferroelectric RAM; Phase-Change RAM; Magnetic RAM; Conductive-Bridging RAM; Spin-Transfer Torque RAM; Flash Memories. Interfaces, Traps, and Reliability: Self-Heating of FinFETs; Semiconductor/Dielectric, Dielectric/Dielectric, Dielectric/Metal Interfaces; Interface and Bulk Dielectric Defects/Traps; Electrical Characterization, Dielectric Wearout, SILC; NBTI and PBTI; TDDB. High-k Gate Dielectrics: on Si, SiGe, Ge, III-V Compounds, SiC, etc; on Nanowires, Nanotubes, 2-D Materials and Graphene. Nanoelectrincs and Nanotechnology: FinFET, Multi-gate MOSFETs, Nanotubes, Nanowires, Neuromorphic Devices, Quantum Dots, Spintronics, Plasmonics, Tunnel FETs. Metal Gate Electrodes Metals and Ohmic Contacts: Threshold and Flat Band Voltage Control, Metal Contacts to Nanowires, Nanotubes, Graphene, MoS2, etc. Plasma Nanoscience: This Symposium also will include a special session on Plasma Nanoscience, aiming to provide a forum for extensive and in-depth discussions in the field of plasma nanoscience and nanotechnology as well as developing the next-generation plasmabased nanotechnologies and applications. It is planned as an expert meeting that will provide an overview of some of the most important research directions in this field followed by the comments and detailed discussions of the main challenges and strategic directions for the future development in relevant areas. Young Scientists: The Symposium’s Young Investigators Session aims to provide a unique forum for senior PhD students and early career researchers to present papers related to all areas of dielectric science and materials. Of interest are new materials and designs, theoretical and experimental aspects of inorganic and organic dielectric materials, growth processes, bulk and inter-facial properties, electric and ionic transport, porous dielectrics and thin and ultra-thin films. “Best Paper” awards will be given based on the recommendations by the organizing committee. This symposium’s proceedings will be published in ECS Transactions and will be available at the meeting. All authors accepted for presentation are strongly encouraged to submit their full text manuscript for the issue no later than July 2, 2020. All manuscripts will be submitted online, and must be in either MS Word or PDF format. Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Durgamadhab Misra, New Jersey Institute of Technology, email: dmisra@njit.edu; Koji Kita, University of Tokyo, email: kita@scio.t.utokyo.ac.jp; Stefan De Gendt, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, email: 8

Stefan.DeGendt@imec.be; Kuniyuki Kakushima, Tokyo Institute of Technology, email: kakushima@ep.titech.ac.jp; Shadi Dayeh, UC San Diego, email: sdayeh@ucsd.edu; Steve Kilgore, NXP Semiconductor, email: steve.kilgore@nxp.com; Peter Mascher, McMaster University, email: mascher@mcmaster.ca; Uros Cvelbar, Jozef Stefan Institute, email: Uros.cvelbar@ijs.si; V. Chaitanya, New Mexico State University, email: vimalc@nmsu.edu.

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The Science and Applications of Topological and Correlated Materials Dielectric Science and Technology Division, JSAP

The field of topological and correlated materials is expanding rather rapidly. The symposium will act as a platform for gathering the most recent developments in topological materials and their applications, e.g., optic, magnetism and nanoelectronics, with the goal of moving the fields forward. This symposium we would bring researchers in this field together to share their latest findings and insights with each other to foster collaborations. The organizers seek work related to the topological properties insulators and periodic photonic crystals, metamaterials, meta-surfaces, and opto-electronic materials. We encourage submissions of both theoretical works in developing new concepts and experimental works in applying topological and correlated materials. Topics include, but are not limited to: • Classification of topological phases is extended and candidates of higher order topological materials • Bosonic topological insulators • Experimental realization of topological device systems • Methods in defining spin-1 topological invariants in systems • Extension of topological studies to non-Hermitian systems (e.g., Parity-time symmetry) • Optical properties of electronic topological materials, including 2D materials, plasmons in electronic topological insulators, and topological phase transitions in superconductors No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Yaw Obeng, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), email: yaw.obeng@nist.gov; Emanuel Tutuc, University of Texas at Austin, email: etutuc@mail.utexas.edu; Uros Cvelbar, Jozef Stefan Institute, email: uros.cvelbar@ijs.si.

E—Electrochemical/ Electroless Deposition

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Electrodeposition for Energy Applications 5 Electrodeposition Division, Energy Technology Division, ECSJ, KECS Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers

Electrodeposition is widely being used in the fabrication of materials and devices, and most recently this technique has been successfully applied to the fabrication of various components in energy conversion and storage systems. Examples of interest includes methods and techniques used in the synthesis of catalysts for fuel cells, electrolysis (HER and OER) and metal-air batteries (ORR), components and active materials for electrolyzers, batteries and capacitors, and radiation absorbers for photovoltaic and photo-electrochemical devices. The global energy issues cover many interdisciplinary fields including low-carbon energy conversion using photovoltaics, affordable energy storage for automotive, and scalable storage solutions for large stationary applications. Small scale energy harvestors and energy storage devices are of interest for microsystems and implants. Integration of these components on a small footprint or chip demands novel strategies using dense architectures and conformal thin-film Call for Papers • PRiME 2020 • Honolulu, HI • October 4-9, 2020 • www.electrochem.org


coatings. New electrochemical approaches to emerging materials, for example new contact materials for silicon solar cells, thin film and earth abundant PV materials, thin film catalysts for PEM fuel cells, are also of interest. This symposium will focus on emerging and nano-structured materials enabled by electrodeposition in the area of photovoltaics, (photo-)electrochemical conversion, electrocatalysis, hydrogen fuel, CO2 capture, energy storage, batteries, supercapacitors, fuel cells etc. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Philippe Vereecken, imec, email: philippe.vereecken@imec.be; Natasa R. Vasiljevic, University of Bristol, email: n.vasiljevic@bristol. ac.uk; Stanko Brankovic, University of Houston, email: srbranko@ Central.UH.EDU; Giovanni Zangari, University of Virginia, email: gz3e@virginia.edu; Jin Young Kim, Seoul National University, email: jykim.mse@snu.ac.kr; Takayuki Homma, Waseda University, email: t.homma@waseda.jp; Soon Hyung Kang, Chonnam National University, email: skang@chonnam.ac.kr; Jae-Hun Kim, Kookmin University, email: jaehunkim@kookmin.ac.kr; Sang Hyun Ahn, Chung-Ang University, email: shahn@cau.ac.kr; Nianqiang (Nick) Wu, West Virginia University, email: nick.wu@mail.wvu.edu; Minhua Shao, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, email: kemshao@ust.hk.

E02

Electrochemistry for Material Science: In Memory of Ken E. Nobe Electrodeposition Division, Corrosion Division, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division

This symposium is dedicated to the pioneering research accomplishments of Ken E. Nobe, who recently passed away. Professor Nobe was a world-renowned electrochemical engineer known for his research on electrochemical processes including kinetics and mechanisms of electrodissolution, electrodeposition, corrosion, electrochemical energy systems, and bioelectrochemistry. The symposium will invite speakers, but authors familiar with the work of prof Nobe are invited to submit abstracts as well. Contributions will focus on advancements in concepts, materials, and designs of electrochemical systems including: • Electrodeposition of functional materials (e.g., magnetic materials and semiconductors); • Localized corrosion phenomena; • Electrocatalysis; • Next generation biological fuel cells; • Oscillatory behavior of electrochemical systems; • Electro-organic electrochemical and bioelectrochemical processes; and • Energy storage technologies. The organizers strongly encourage former colleagues and students to contribute and present their current research in honor of Dr. Nobe. This symposium will be organized / scheduled in close collaboration with the symposium “Advances in Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering.” No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Nosang Myung, University of California - Riverside, email: myung@ engr.ucr.edu; Thomas P. Barrera, LIB-X Consulting, email: tpbarrera@libxconsulting.com; Bongyoung Yoo, Hanyang University, email: byyoo@hanyang.ac.kr; Jane Chang, UCLA, email: jpchang@ ucla.edu; Peter Pintauro, Vanderbilt University, email: pn.pintauro@ Vanderbilt.Edu; Bruce Dunn, University of California, Los Angeles, email: bdunn@ucla.edu. 9

Electrochemical and Electroless Deposition

Thin-films and Nanostructures - Theory, E03 ofNumerical Simulations, and Applications Electrodeposition Division, ECSJ

The symposium will cover most recent advances in the area of electrochemical and electroless growth of thin films and nanostructures including fundamentals, methods, application and numerical simulations. A goal of the symposium is to bring together researchers from a broad range of areas of electrodeposition, and engineering science to discuss the current state of the art of understanding of a link between the fundamental processes and properties of electrodeposited metals, alloys, metal oxides, semiconductors and compounds. Submissions about the applications of electroless deposition related to electronics, energy conversion, aerospace, biomedical and automotive industries are solicited in order to review and discuss the latest developments and to suggest the future directions in the field of electroless deposition. Numerical simulation has become a powerful tool to gain detailed insight into the distributions of the electric potential, the species concentrations, the current density and the flow profile involved in electrochemical reactions. Such data have been the basis of a better understanding of complex interfacial reactions needed for optimization and design of the electroplating processes as well as the growth of thin films and nanostructures. We welcome submissions devoted to the theory and various numerical methods, such as finite differences, finite elements, boundary elements as well as spatially more fine-grained approaches such as molecular dynamics, lattice Boltzmann or first principles. Contributions related to all aspects of fundamental research, as well as technological innovations, are welcome. Original papers are sought but not limited to the following areas: • • • • • • • •

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Underpotential deposition, surface-limited replacement, electrochemical atomic layer deposition of films and nanostructures; Electrodeposition of alloys - underpotential co-deposition, anomalous co-deposition and etc.; Electrodeposition of thin films and compounds from ionic liquids and deep eutectic solvents; Electroless deposition: principles, simulations and applications; Numerical simulations of additional effects during deposition, as, e.g. gas evolution, structure and dynamics of the electrical double layer; Numerical simulations and calculations of thickness distributions of electroplated layers, adsorbate-electrode interactions, and hydrodynamic conditions. Metallization of non-conductive surfaces; Novel ideas and methods for atomic and nanoscale control of thin films morphology and structure; control of microstructure (texture and grain size), and mechanical, electrical and optical properties of thin films; Electrochemical design of tailored (nano) and meso porous structures – dealloying, electrochemical and chemical processing; Electrochemical anodization at surfaces and generation of nanostructures; Electrochemical synthesis of oxides, semiconductors and compounds – 2D and 3D Electrochemical design of nanomaterials and structures at 3-phase interface

No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Natasa Vasiljevic, University of Bristol, email: n.vasiljevic@bristol. ac.uk; Luca Magagnin, Politecnico di Milano, email: luca.magagnin@ polimi.it; Adriana Ispas, Technische Universitaet Ilmenau, email: adriana.ispas@tu-ilmenau.de; Nikolay Dimitrov, Department of Chemistry, Binghamton University, SUNY, email: dimitrov@ binghamton.edu; Massimo Innocenti, University of Florence, email: minnocenti@unifi.it; Stephen Ambrozik, National Institute of Standards and Technology, NIST, email: stephen.ambrozik@nist.gov; Call for Papers • PRiME 2020 • Honolulu, HI • October 4-9, 2020 • www.electrochem.org


Xochitl Dominguez-Benetton, Vlaamse Instelling Voor Technologisch Onderzoek, email: xochitl.dominguez@vito.be; Shinji Yae, University of Hyogo, email: yae@eng.u-hyogo.ac.jp; Andreas Bund, Technische Universitat Ilmenau, email: Andreas.bund@tu-ilmenau.de; Trevor Braun, National Institute of Standards and Technology, email: trevor. braun@nist.gov; Gerd Mutschke, Helmholtz-Zentrum DresdenRossendorf, email: G.Mutschke@hzdr.de; Sachio Yoshihara, Utsunomiya University, email: sachioy@cc.utsunomiya-u.ac.jp.

E04

Applied Electrodeposition: from Electrowinning to Electroforming Electrodeposition Division, ECSJ

This symposium will cover the fundamental and technical aspects of electrometallurgical processes: from electrowinning and electrorefining to electroplating and electroforming. It will provide a forum about the state of the art of applied electrodeposition based on aqueous systems, broadening the attention to the latest developments on new electrolytes and application of electrochemical systems. With the aim of bringing together scientists and engineers to address current and innovative research topics in these fields, submissions are encouraged in the following areas: aqueous or solvent based solutions and melts electrolysis for electrowinning, including cathodes and anodes design, current distribution and efficiency, additives for improved cathodic film quality; purification, and recovery of base, critical, rare and precious metals; electrode/electrolyte interfaces; electrodeposition of decorative, functional and composite coatings, including brush plating; recent and innovative developments in alloy electroforming processes, electrodes and electrolyte formulations (hardening/levelling agents, wetting agents and anti-stress additives), pulse electroforming, fabrication of micro- and nano-structures, together with electrochemical micro/nanoreplication and relative new analysis of resistance to corrosion of alloy like impedance spectroscopy. Contributions on recent advances related to the modelling and simulation of electrochemical cells for applied processes, new surface analysis like color, thickness, composition will also be considered. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Luca Magagnin, Politecnico di Milano, email: luca.magagnin@polimi. it; Andreas Bund, Technische Universitat Ilmenau, email: Andreas. Bund@tu-ilmenau.de; Adriana Ispas, Technische Universitaet Ilmenau, email: Adriana.Ispas@tu-ilmenau.de; Massimo Innocenti, University of Florence, email: minnocenti@unifi.it; Takayuki Homma, Waseda University, email: t.homma@waseda.jp.

F—Electrochemical Engineering

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Advances in Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division, Energy Technology Division, ECSJ Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering, KECS Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers

operation or ultra-pure chemical products are of particular interest. Papers are sought that describe recent research and development efforts in ion exchange membranes based electrochemical separations, including electrodialysis, chlorine production, gas separations and other industrial processes. In addition, submissions on scale-up, technology transfer, innovation and commercialization of industrially relevant electrochemical technology are strongly encouraged. Other industryspecific areas include chlor-alkali and fluorine production; manufacture of aluminum and other metals; the use of electrochemical methods in pulp and paper bleaching; and generation of environmentally-friendly bleaching chemicals and other active oxidants. Papers may contain both theoretical and experimental work, and papers dealing with either area will be considered. This symposium will be organized / scheduled in close collaboration with the symposium “Advances in Electrochemical Engineering: An Invited Symposium In Memory of Ken E. Nobe.” No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Doug Riemer, Hutchinson Technology, email: Douglas.Riemer@ hti.htch.com; Masatsugu Morimitsu, Doshisha University, email: mmorimit@mail.doshisha.ac.jp; Soo Kil Kim, Chung Ang University, email: sookilkim@cau.ac.kr; Hui Xu, Giner, Inc., email: hxu@ginerinc. com.

F02

Advances in Application and Theory of Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division, Energy Technology Division, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division

This symposium provides a forum for tutorial presentations concerning all aspects of electrochemical impedance spectroscopy. Contributions related to both fundamentals and applications are encouraged. Papers are solicited as well in the development of novel experimental methods, mathematical models, and methods for interpretation of data. The tutorials should be useful for students and for professionals seeking to diversify their background or break into new technological areas. The symposium will consist of both invited and contributed papers. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Mark Orazem, University of Florida, email: meo@che.ufl.edu; Vito Di Noto, Universita degli Studi di Padova, email: vito.dinoto@unipd.it; Scott Calabrese Barton, Michigan State University, email: scb@msu. edu; Petr Vanysek, Northern Illinois University, email: pvanysek@ gmail.com.

F03

Modeling Electrochemical Systems for Transportation Applications Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division, Energy Technology Division

Papers are solicited in areas of industrial electrochemistry and electrochemical engineering that are not covered by other symposia at this meeting. Of particular interest are papers concerning: design, operation, testing, and/or modeling of industrial electrochemical systems; electrochemical waste treatment technologies; methods for electrosynthesis; electrolytic recovery of process materials; new electrode materials; new electrochemical cell designs; electrochemical separations and sustainability; and electrocatalysis. With respect to electrochemical separations and sustainability, abstracts are sought to address grand energy, environmental and medical challenges; membrane or membrane-less technologies enabling high-efficiency

This session focuses on modeling, at all scales, electrochemical systems for transportation applications. Of particular interest are presentations covering modeling of electrochemical energy conversion and/or storage devices, and their integration into transportation systems, most particularly automobiles. Of interest as well are presentations detailing peripheral systems and balance-of-plant that impact the operation of electrochemical systems applied to transportation. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers:

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Call for Papers • PRiME 2020 • Honolulu, HI • October 4-9, 2020 • www.electrochem.org


Taylor Garrick, General Motors Company, email: taylor.garrick@ gm.com; Adam Weber, JCAP/ESDRD - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, email: azweber@lbl.gov.

G—Electronic Materials and Processing

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Semiconductor Wafer Bonding: Science, Technology and Applications 16 Electronics and Photonics Division, ECSJ Electronics, JSAP

Semiconductor wafer bonding continues to evolve as a crucial technology extending new integration schemes and disseminating new product architectures in such diverse areas as high quality silicon-oninsulator (SOI) materials for microelectronics device applications (high performance CMOS logic platforms, bipolar, BiCMOS, power), strained Si layers by process-induced methodologies as well as built in strain in the bonded wafer, Si-Ge, germanium-on-insulator (GeOI), three-dimensional (3D) device integration, Si on quartz and Si on glass for active matrix addressed thin film displays, III-V compound semiconductor heterostructures, bonding to flexible substrates, and bonded heterostructures for microelectronics, photonics, micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), biotechnologies, optronics, photovoltaic and many others. During recent years layer transfer by wafer bonding and exfoliation techniques have sufficiently matured not only to make their mark on the commercial semiconductor substrate market but also to extend to 3D integration of various materials and devices. In addition, new techniques of transfers (laser lift off, spallation, etc) have been developed. This symposium, sponsored by the Electronics Division of the Society, brings together materials, device, process and equipment engineers from these and related interdisciplinary areas. The sixteenth symposium solicits original theoretical and experimental papers that document new developments and cover the full range of basic science, process technologies including specialized equipment, and product applications of semiconductor wafer bonding (direct, anodic, thermo-compression, eutectic, adhesive bonding…). Besides permanent bonding, temporary wafer bonding technique deserves also to be discussed regarding all the recent development in many 3D applications. Fundamental aspects of interest include surface preparations for bonding, film transferring, low temperature bonding, surface activation at bonding interfaces, bonding techniques, novel material composites to synthesize heterostructures. Presentations characterizing currently utilized materials and processes, as well as novel approaches to new materials systems and modeling and process simulations are encouraged. Practical aspects of interest include innovative developments in product architecture and new integration and processing schemes for microelectronics, photonics, MEMS, microtechnologies, nanotechnologies and other relevant applications. Sessions will include the following topics: Physics, Chemistry and Mechanics of Wafer Bonding, Characterization of Bonding Interfaces, Bonding Techniques and Equipment, Generalized Bonding (heterostructures, bonding via deposited films, etc), Layer Transfer Methods, Electronic Device Applications (bipolar, high voltage and power, CMOS, microwave, etc.), 3D Integration, Packaging, Photonics, Micro-Electro-Mechanical, Biotechnologies and other Applications. This symposium will be organized / scheduled in close collaboration with the symposium “Materials and Processes for Semiconductor, 2.5 and 3D, Chip Packaging, PCB, FPCB and Wafer Bonding 3.” This symposium’s proceedings will be published in ECS Transactions and will be available at the meeting. All authors accepted for presentation are strongly encouraged to submit their full text manuscript for the issue no later than July 2, 2020. All manuscripts will be submitted online, and must be in either MS Word or PDF format. Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Roy Knechtel, Schmalkalden University of Applied Science, email: r.knechtel@hs-sm.de; Chuan Seng Tan, Nanyang Technological University, email: tancs@ntu.edu.sg; Tadatomo Suga, Meisei 11

University, email: suga@gakushikai.jp; Helmut Baumgart, Old Dominion University, email: hbaumgar@odu.edu; Mark Goorsky, University of California Los Angeles, email: goorsky@seas.ucla.edu; Frank Fournel, CEA-LETI, email: frank.fournel@cea.fr; Karl D. Hobart, Naval Research Laboratory, email: karl.hobart@nrl.navy.mil.

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Atomic Layer Deposition Applications 16 Electronics and Photonics Division, Dielectric Science and Technology Division, ECSJ Electronics, JSAP

Continued progress in nanotechnology and nanomanufacturing requires precise, conformal coatings of thin film materials. Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) enables the deposition of ultra-thin, highly conformal coatings over complex, 3D topographies with precise control over both thickness and composition. Consequently, ALD has become the technology of choice for a large variety of applications beyond microelectronics. Over the last fourteen years, this symposium has earned a leading position among the meetings where ALD is discussed. This symposium offers an excellent forum for sharing cutting edge research on both existing and emerging ALD applications, as well as fundamental aspects of ALD technology. Contributions are solicited in the following areas: • Semiconductor CMOS applications: development and integration of ALD high-k oxides and metal electrodes with conventional and high-mobility channel materials; • Volatile and non-volatile memory applications: extendibility, Flash, MIM, MIS, RF capacitors, etc.; • Interconnects and contacts: integration of ALD films with Cu and low-k materials; • Fundamentals of ALD processing: reaction mechanisms, in-situ measurement, modeling, theory; • New precursors and delivery systems; • Optical and photonic applications; • Coating of nanoporous materials by ALD; • MLD and hybrid ALD/MLD; • ALD for energy conversion applications such as fuel cells, photovoltaics, etc.; • ALD for energy storage applications; • Productivity enhancement, scale-up and commercialization of ALD equipment and processes for rigid and flexible substrates, including roll-to-roll deposition; • Area-selective ALD; • Atomic Layer Etching (‘reverse ALD’) and related topics aiming at self-limited etching, such as atomic layer cleaning, etc. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Fred Roozeboom, Eindhoven University of Technology and TNO Eindhoven, email: f.roozeboom@tue.nl; Stefan De Gendt, IMEC and Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, email: Stefan.Degendt@imec.be; Jolien Dendooven, Universiteit Ghent, email: Jolien.Dendooven@ UGent.be; Jeffrey Elam, Argonne National Laboratory, email: jelam@ anl.gov; Oscar van der Straten, IBM Corporation Research Center , email: ovander@us.ibm.com; Chanyuan Liu, Lam Research AG, email: chanyuan.liu@gmail.com; Andrea Illiberi, ASM Europe, email: andrea.illiberi@asm.com; Ganesh Sundaram, Veeco-CNT, email: gsundaram@veeco.com.

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SiGe, Ge, and Related Compounds: Materials, Processing, and Devices 9 Electronics and Photonics Division, JSAP

This meeting will provide a forum for reviewing and discussing materials and device related aspects of SiGe, Ge, and Related Compounds (e.g. SiC). There are 10 areas of interest for the Symposium described below: • Heterojunction Bipolar Transistors - Device physics, process technology, modeling, reliability, circuit applications (analog, digital, and RF to mm-wave). Call for Papers • PRiME 2020 • Honolulu, HI • October 4-9, 2020 • www.electrochem.org


• FET Technology - Advanced CMOS, Compound Semiconductor Devices (III-V, Group IV), 2-D Materials FET, TFET, FDSOI, FinFETs, Nanowire FETs, Negative-Capacitance FET, and Oxide TFTs, Ferroelectric FETs. • Optoelectronics - Detectors, Waveguides, Quantum cascade structures, Photovoltaic cells, Photoluminescence, Electroluminescence, Integration with CMOS electronics, Ge buffers for III-V Optoelectronics on Si, monolithic optoelectronic integrated circuits (OEICs). • Epitaxy - Pre-epi surface preparation of Si, SiGe and Ge; Growth of Group IV epitaxial layers: graphene, Si, Ge, SiC, SiGe, SiGe:C, GeSn, SiGeSn. Epitaxial growth of other materials on Si or Ge such as III-V’s; Novel growth techniques and precursors; Selective growth; Novel in-situ doping approaches; Quantum wire/dot growth. • Emerging Applications - Nano-structured devices, quantum computing, THz devices, electro-mechanical properties of SiGe layers, MEMs, TFTs, amorphous SiGe layer applications. • Processing - All aspects of processing including diffusion, diffusion suppression, oxidation, strain, thermal mixing, defects, Si and Ge intermixing, Oxidation and Nitridation, Cleaning and etching of SiGe, Ge, and SiGeC films. • Strain Engineering - Relaxed SiGe buffer layers, pseudomorphic SiGe, superlattices, embedded SiGe, Ge condensation, SSOI, SGOI substrates, global strain, local / process-induced strain, strain characterization, strain modeling & simulation, defects, manufacturing issues. • Surfaces and Interfaces - High K interface, Metal Contact, Interfacial electrical properties and its characterization. Electromechanical properties of SiGe layers, MEMs, TFTs, • Related Compounds - Deposition, processing, characterization and devices of and with related compounds, such as SiC, 2D materials (graphene, silicene, germanene, h-BN, transition metal dichalcogenides), semi-conducting metal oxides • Metrology and Characterization - Nanoscale characterization of composition, strain, defectivity, crystallinity, doping, dimensions, morphology, band structure, mobility... of Group IV (incl. C and Sn alloys) and III/V on Si as well as 2D materials. • Evening Workshop - A panel of experts will discuss issues related to a topic in SiGe, Ge, or Related Compounds This symposium’s proceedings will be published in ECS Transactions and will be available at the meeting. All authors accepted for presentation are strongly encouraged to submit their full text manuscript for the issue no later than July 2, 2020. All manuscripts will be submitted online, and must be in either MS Word or PDF format. Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Qizhi Liu, GlobalFoundries Inc., email: Qizhi.liu@globalfoundries. com; David Harame, Global Foundries, email: david.harame@ globalfoundries.com; Junichi Murota, Tohoku University, email: murota2@riec.tohoku.ac.jp.

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Thermoelectric and Thermal Interface Materials 6 Electronics and Photonics Division, Energy Technology Division, JSAP

Today’s electronics are smaller and more powerful than ever, and these trends are making heat dissipation from hot spots to heat sinks increasingly more challenging. About 90% of the world’s electricity is generated with an efficiency of 30-40%, which is losing more than half of the energy in the form of waste heat to the environment. Advances in thermoelectric materials and devices with high figures of merit not only offer possible routes of solid-state cooling for electronics but also enable efficient power generation and waste heat recovery. The role of interfaces in heat transfer is becoming increasingly more important for electronics, and advances in both thermoelectric materials and thermal interface materials are required. This symposium will address the most recent developments in thermoelectric materials and thermal interface materials and novel strategies for modern devices and applications. Papers on both fundamental and practical issues are solicited on topics related to 12

thermoelectric material growth, processing, analysis, and applications, as well as thermal interface material applications and properties. The symposium will address basic and applied research and development, which will include the following areas of particular interest: • Advances in bulk and nanoscale material growth methods; • Advances in device processing of thermoelectric and thermal interface materials; • Power generation and energy harvesting; • Solid-state cooling and refrigeration; • Semiconductor materials, growth, and processing; • Phonon transport and engineering; • In situ and ex situ device examination; • Modeling of nanoscale transport effects; • Chalcogenide semiconductors; • Inorganic clathrates; • Group iv and related compounds; • Transition metal silicides; and • High zt materials and devices. This symposium’s proceedings will be published in ECS Transactions and will be available at the meeting. All authors accepted for presentation are strongly encouraged to submit their full text manuscript for the issue no later than July 2, 2020. All manuscripts will be submitted online, and must be in either MS Word or PDF format. Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Jaeho Lee, University of California, Irvine, email: jaeholee@uci.edu; Colm O’Dwyer, University College Cork, email: c.odwyer@ucc.ie; Jr-Hau He, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, email: jrhau.he@kaust.edu.sa; Kafil Razeeb, Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork, email: kafil.mahmood@tyndall.ie; Renkun Chen, University of California, San Diego, email: rkchen@ucsd. edu; Walter van Schalkwijk, Microsoft Corporation, email: walter. vanSchalkwijk@gmail.com; Yue Wu, Iowa State University, email: yuewu@iastate.edu.

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Materials and Processes for Semiconductor, 2.5 and 3D, Chip Packaging, PCB, FPCB and Wafer Bonding 3 Electronics and Photonics Division, Dielectric Science and Technology Division, Electrodeposition Division, ECSJ Electronics, JSAP

This symposium focuses on issues pertinent to advances in semiconductor interconnects beyond the 10 nm technology node as well as Cu to Cu wafer bonding and integration methods for 2.5D and 3D interconnects. An emerging technology or device architecture called 2.5D and 3D integration is based on the system performance gains that is achieved by chip stacking, wafer bonding and vertically interconnecting distinct device layers. The 2.5D or 3D concept replaces long 2D interconnects with shorter vertical (3D) interconnects, which have the potential to alleviate the well-known interconnect (RC) delay problem that limits the semiconductor industry today. Additional benefits of the 3D process include reduced die size, wafer thickness and the ability to optimize distinct technologies (analog, logic, memory, senor, power device etc.) on separate vertically interconnected layers. Since electrochemical processes are the ultimate solution to create smaller size and lower cost devices, both practical and fundamental aspects of electrochemical processes are of high interest. This symposium will bring researchers together to discuss various aspects of device architecture, novel materials, chemical formulation, packaging approaches and nano-scale fabrication methodologies and Cu to Cu wafer bonding. Topics of interest in 2.5D and 3D integration include, but are not limited to: • 2.5D and 3D process integration methodologies; • 2.5D and 3D design and architectures; • Processing of 2.5D and 3D integrate; • Materials and techniques for die and wafer bonding; • Processing and handling of thin wafers; • Materials for temporary die and wafer bonding; • Vertical interconnect fabrication technology; Call for Papers • PRiME 2020 • Honolulu, HI • October 4-9, 2020 • www.electrochem.org


• Materials for vertical interconnects: insulators, barriers, metals, Cu filling and prevent pumping; • Reliability of 2.5D and 3D interconnects; • Novel test and measurement of 2.5D and 3D integrated devices; and • Thermal management in 2.5D and 3D integrated devices. Topics of interest in new developments in Wafer Bonding include: • Cu to Cu direct bonding; • SiO2 to SiO2 bonding; • Thermo compression bonding; • Eutectic bonding; • Adhesive bonding. Damascene interconnects using copper or cobalt, introduced at the 10 nm node, are expected to be used for the foreseeable future. However, continuous improvements and innovations are necessary to adapt this technology to aggressive scaling demands. Fan-Out and Fan-In Waferlevel packaging also has advanced considerably through the introduction of novel materials and packaging technologies. This symposium will also provide an avenue for pertinent discussion on: • PCB warpage; • Advanced barrier/seed/plating processes including ALD, CVD and electroless deposition; • Novel electrodeposition and CMP processes; • Chip-package interconnection; flip-chip; fan-out wafer level packaging (FOWLP); (C4) technology, Pb-free c4s, wire bonding, and compliant chip-package interconnections. This symposium will be organized / scheduled in close collaboration with the symposium “Semiconductor Wafer Bonding: Science, Technology and Applications 16.” This symposium’s proceedings will be published in ECS Transactions and will be available at the meeting. All authors accepted for presentation are strongly encouraged to submit their full text manuscript for the issue no later than July 2, 2020. All manuscripts will be submitted online, and must be in either MS Word or PDF format. Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Kazuo Kondo, Osaka Prefecture University, email: kkondo828@ gmail.com; Gangadhara S. Mathad, S/C Tech Consulting USA, email: swami_mathad@hotmail.com; Wei-Ping Dow, National Chung Hsing University, email: dowwp@dragon.nchu.edu.tw; Masanori Hayase, Tokyo University of Science, email: mhayase@rs.noda.tus. ac.jp; Fred Roozeboom, Eindhoven University of Technology, email: f.roozeboom@tue.nl; Lingyun Wei, The Dow Chemical Company, email: lucywei@dow.com; Rohan Akolkar, Case Western Reserve University, email: rohan.akolkar@case.edu; Yasuhiko Takeno, Global Net Corp., email: take@global-net.co.jp; Muneharu Kondo, Moses Lake Industries Inc, email: mkondo@mlindustries.com; Makoto Motoyoshi, T-Micro, email: motoyoshi@t-microtec.com; Masanori Hayase, Tokyo University of Science, email: mhayase@rs.noda.tus. ac.jp.

H—Electronic and Photonic Devices and Systems

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Joint Symposium: State-of-the-Art Program on Compound Semiconductors 63 (SOTAPOCS 63) -and- GaN and SiC Power Technologies 10 Electronics and Photonics Division, JSAP

Compound semiconductors are a significant enabler of numerous optoelectronic, high-speed, power, and sensor devices. In particular, wide bandgap semiconductors such as GaN and SiC are of significant interest for power switching applications. This joint symposium will address the most recent developments in inorganic compound semiconductor technology, including traditional III-V materials, II13

VI materials, and other emerging materials as well as present several focused sessions on GaN and SiC power technology. Papers on both practical and fundamental issues are solicited. The following areas are of particular interest: • Advances in bulk and epitaxial growth techniques, • Advances in device processing, • Defect characterization and process-induced defects, • Reliability and device degradation mechanisms, • Thermal management and packaging, • Novel electronic, optoelectronic, and sensor devices, • Schottky and ohmic contact technology, • Dielectric properties and passivation, • Wafer bonding, packaging, and heterogeneous integration, • Manufacturing, yield, and process monitoring, • Demonstration of state-of-the-art devices and applications, including power modules. Both oral presentations and poster sessions will be organized, and student travel support is available. This symposium’s proceedings will be published in ECS Transactions and will be available at the meeting. All authors accepted for presentation are strongly encouraged to submit their full text manuscript for the issue no later than July 2, 2020. All manuscripts will be submitted online, and must be in either MS Word or PDF format. Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Travis Anderson, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, email: travis.anderson@nrl.navy.mil; Jennifer Hite, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, email: jennifer.hite@nrl.navy.mil; Robert Lynch, University of Limerick, email: Robert.Lynch@ul.ie; Colm O’Dwyer, University College Cork, email: c.odwyer@ucc.ie; Erica Douglas, Sandia National Laboratories, email: edougla@sandia.gov; Yuji Zhao, Arizona State University, email: yuji.zhao@asu.edu; Michael Dudley, Stony Brook University, email: Michael.Dudley@stonybrook. edu; Balaji Raghothamachar, Stony Brook University, email: Balaji. Raghothamachar@stonybrook.edu; Mietek Bakowski, Acreo Swedish ICT AB, email: mietek.bakowski@ri.se; Noboru Ohtani, Kwansei Gakuin University, email: ohtani.noboru@kwansei.ac.jp.

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Photovoltaics for the 21st Century 16: New Materials and Processes Energy Technology Division, Dielectric Science and Technology Division, Electronics and Photonics Division, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division, KECS Photoelectrochemistry, JSAP

This symposium provides a forum for the discussion of terawatt-capable solar-to-electrical conversion technologies that have the potential to scale to meet the global energy demand and become an impactful source of energy in the 21st century. To achieving terawatt scale photovoltaics, it is necessary to focus on the scalability and sustainability of photovoltaics. In addition to lowering the cost and improving the efficiency, research is needed in earth-abundant raw materials, energy-efficient fabrication, recycling of waste solar modules, and storage of intermittent solar electricity. Electrochemical and solid-state sciences have major roles to play in removing many of these barriers to terawatt solar photovoltaics. This symposium invites contributions in both current and emerging areas of solar photovoltaic research and covers a whole spectrum of cell technologies from silicon to thin-films and emerging technologies. Sample topics of interest include, but are not limited to: • Scalable and green solution-based processing technologies for solar cells; • Emerging perovskite, organic, quantum dot, and hybrid solar cells; • Devices and materials for scalable manufacturing, stability and performance; • Earth-abundant solar materials: synthesis and properties; • Device degradation and reliability for current and future solar modules; Call for Papers • PRiME 2020 • Honolulu, HI • October 4-9, 2020 • www.electrochem.org


• Cost-effective approaches to recycle current and future waste solar modules; • Sustainable practices of waste treatment in solar cell and module fabrication processes; • Innovative applications and systems that match the characteristics of solar energy. Several invited speakers from industry and academia in Asia, US, and Europe have been confirmed. They will provide an overview on the current status and explore future directions of solar photovoltaics. This symposium will be organized / scheduled in close collaboration with the symposium “Advanced Nano-Photovoltaics.” A focus issue in ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology is planned. All authors accepted for presentation are obligated to submit their full text manuscript for the focus issue. A call for paper for the focus issue in ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology will be released in July, 2020. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Hiroki Hamada, Kinki University, email: h.hamada@ele.kindai.ac.jp; Zhi Chen, University of Kentucky, email: zhichen@engr.uky.edu; Thad Druffel, University of Louisville, email: thad.druffel@louisville. edu; Yasuaki Ishikawa, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, email: yishikawa@ms.naist.jp; D. H. Ko, Kyung Hee University, email: dhko@khu.ac.kr; Tsutomu Miyasaka, Toin University of Yokohama, email: miyasaka@toin.ac.jp; Jae-Joon Lee, Dongguk University, email: jjlee@dongguk.edu; Meng Tao, Arizona State University, email: meng. tao@asu.edu; J. H. Park, Yonsei University, email: lutts@yonsei.ac.kr; Atsushi Wakamiya, Kyoto University, email: wakamiya@scl.kyoto-u. ac.jp; D. H. Wang, Chung-Ang University, email: king0401@cau. ac.kr; James Fenton, University Central Florida’s Florida Solar Energy Center, email: jfenton@fsec.ucf.edu; Petr Vanysek, Northern Illinois University, email: pvanysek@gmail.com; Takaya Kubo, University of Tokyo, email: ukubo@mail.ecc.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Qing Shen, The University of Electro-Communications shen@pc.uec.ac.jp.

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Thin Film Transistors 15 (TFT 15) Electronics and Photonics Division, JSAP

This is the 30th year anniversary of the symposium, which is sponsored by the ECS Electronics and Photonics Division. The tradition of the symposium is to provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of the latest developments in Thin Film Transistors (TFTs) and related fields. It provides a rare opportunity for synergistic interactions among those working in TFTs, other high-tech fields, or related products or research areas. Papers dealing with all aspects of fabrication processes, materials, devices, designs, characterization, and applications of TFTs are solicited. Topics to be addressed in this symposium are: • TFT technology progress and production status • Advanced Processing Techniques • Thin Film Materials • Device Physics, Characterization, and Reliability • Applications • TFT Array Driving and Integrated Circuits • Large-area process equipment, testers This symposium’s proceedings will be published in ECS Transactions and will be available at the meeting. All authors accepted for presentation are strongly encouraged to submit their full text manuscript for the issue no later than July 2, 2020. All manuscripts will be submitted online, and must be in either MS Word or PDF format. Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizer: Yue Kuo, Texas A&M University, email: yuekuo@tamu.edu.

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Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Electronic and

Devices 13 H04 Photonic Electronics and Photonics Division, ECSJ Electronics, JSAP

The 13th LDEPD symposium will address the most recent developments in nanoscale transparent electronic, photonic materials, and devices. The symposium will encompass low dimensional and transparent novel materials and devices, processing, device fabrication, reliability, and other related topics. Papers on both practical issues and fundamental studies are solicited. The symposium will consist of both invited and contributed papers. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Yu-Lun Chueh, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, NTHU, email: ylchueh@mx.nthu.edu.tw; Colm O’Dwyer, University College Cork, email: c.odwyer@ucc.ie; Jr-Hau He, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, email: jrhau.he@kaust.edu. sa; Motofumi Suzuki, Kyoto University, email: m-snki@me.kyoto-u. ac.jp; Song Jin, University of Wisconsin-Madison , email: jin@chem. wisc.edu; Sang-Woo Kim, Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU), email: kimsw1@skku.edu; Zhiyong Fan, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, email: eezfan@ust.hk; Qiliang Li, George Mason University, email: qli6@gmu.edu; Gary W Hunter, NASA Glenn Research Center, email: Gary.W.Hunter@nasa.gov; Kuniharu Takei, Osaka Prefecture University, email: takei@pe.osakafu-u.ac.jp; Jyh Ming Wu, National Tsing Hua University, email: jmwuyun@gmail. com; Lance Li, , email: lance.sinica@gmail.com; Jeffrey Blackburn, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, email: Jeffrey.Blackburn@nrel. gov.

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Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs), Covalent Organic Frameworks (COFs) and Porous Hybrid Materials: Characterization, Technology, Bio-Applications, and Emerging Devices 2 Electronics and Photonics Division, Energy Technology Division, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division, JSAP

During recent years research on photophysical, electronic, thermal, mechanical, optical and photonic and electrochemical properties of Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) and Covalent Organic Frameworks (COFs) and Porous Hybrid materials based thin film materials as well as bio- and medical-applications have created a new research field for specific functionalization of interfaces and surfaces. The work of various international research groups has contributed to discoveries of new physicochemical properties of MOFs with high application potentials. MOF synthesis and characterization have been supported by recent advances in theoretical modeling work leading to better understanding of the fundamental materials science of MOFs. Today, highly porous and layered MOF materials have been successfully integrated into new technological applications ranging from microelectronics to sensors, batteries, fuel cells and photovoltaic devices as well as to functional thin film materials in the field of electrochemistry, optoelectronics, luminescence, up-conversion, proton conductivity, optics and photonics, thermoelectrics, sensing, magnetism, NLO (non-linear optics), data storage as well as to photo-/electrocatalysis, membranes, chemical reactors and gas storage. The symposium will bring together researchers from the academic field as well as from industry in chemistry, materials science, physics, optics, device, bio and medical applications, and process engineers from related interdisciplinary areas, to seek and capture the state-of-the art in MOFs, COFs and porous Hybrid-Materials based fundamental aspects and the latest technological applications. This symposium offers a new interdisciplinary and international platform, and aims to contribute Call for Papers • PRiME 2020 • Honolulu, HI • October 4-9, 2020 • www.electrochem.org


towards advancing the fundamental understanding of layered MOF, COFs and porous Hybrid thin films with the objective of improving technological and bio-applications thereof. Original contributions are solicited that cover: • All fundamental aspects of MOFs, COFs and porous HybridMaterials including; electronic, thermal, thermoelectric, luminescent properties, proton conductivity, , photophysical and energy transfer, optical and photonic, NLOs sensing as well as electrochemical transport properties and phenomena. • Thin film growth and Crystal Engineering, Applications, Technology and device/fabrication systems as well as integration of MOFs, COFs and porous Hybrid thin films into emerging technological applications. • MOFs, COFs and Porous Hybrid-Materials for Biotechnology and Biomedicine. All oral presentations will be grouped into topical sessions. Invited speakers will present critical reviews covering recent advances and future directions in the diverse field of fundamental and applied MOF, COF and porous Hybrid-Material properties. This symposium’s proceedings will be published in ECS Transactions and will be available at the meeting. All authors accepted for presentation are strongly encouraged to submit their full text manuscript for the issue no later than July 2, 2020. All manuscripts will be submitted online, and must be in either MS Word or PDF format. Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Engelbert Redel, Karlsruher Institut fuer Technologie, email: Engelbert. Redel@kit.edu; Helmut Baumgart, Old Dominion University, email: hbaumgar@odu.edu; Gunther Wittstock, Carl von Ossietzky Universitaet Oldenburg, email: Gunther.Wittstock@uni-oldenburg.de; Christof Woell, Karlsruher Institut fuer Technologie, email: christof. woell@kit.edu; Paolo Falcaro, Technische Universitaet Graz, email: paolo.falcaro@tugraz.at; Hiroshi Kitagawa, Kyoto University, email: kitagawa@kuchem.kyoto-u.ac.jp; Mark Allendorf, Sandia National Laboratories, email: mdallen@sandia.gov.

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Nonvolatile Memories and Artificial Neural Networks Electronics and Photonics Division, Dielectric Science and Technology Division, ECSJ Electronics, JSAP

Two recent developmental trends are rapidly advancing nonvolatile memories: i) ultrahigh density, fast switching memories beyond NAND flash and ii) memristive devices for use in artificial neural networks and unconventional computing. Other exciting new trends include establishing neuromorphic devices as artificial neurons, synapses, and memristors with plasticity. Typically, OxRAM (metal oxide resistive memory) and PCM are considered to be promising to realize STDP (spike time dependent plasticity) for neural networks. Furthermore FeRAM and STT-MRAM showed significant progress to realize ultralow power operation as well as fast switching. This symposium is dedicated to understand the device operation mechanisms including atoms/defects diffusion under high electric fields, electrochemical processes in the solid state, and the kinetics of resistance changes. Advances on in-operando characterization techniques for resistive switching process defining spatial, temporal, and the energetic extent of the switching processes are also of particular interest. The program will consist of both invited and contributed papers. Papers will cover both practical issues and fundamental studies, and are solicited in the following suggested areas:

This symposium’s proceedings will be published in ECS Transactions and will be available at the meeting. All authors accepted for presentation are strongly encouraged to submit their full text manuscript for the issue no later than July 2, 2020. All manuscripts will be submitted online, and must be in either MS Word or PDF format. Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: S. Shingubara, Kansai University, email: shingu@kansai-u.ac.jp; Stephen S. Nonnenmann, University of Massachusetts, email: ssn@engin. umass.edu; Jennifer Rupp, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, email: jrupp@mit.edu; Gina Adam, George Washington University, email: ginaadam@email.gwu.edu; Regina Dittmann, FZ-Juelich, email: r.dittmann@fz-juelich.de; Yuchao Yang, Peking University, email: yuchaoyang@pku.edu.cn; Blanka Magyari-Kope, Stanford University , email: blankamk@stanford.edu; Kiyoteru Kobayashi, Tokai University, email: kkbys@keyaki.cc.u-tokai.ac.jp; Hisashi Shima, AIST, email: shima-hisashi@aist.go.jp; Yuta Saito, AIST, email: yuta-saito@aist. go.jp; Jea Gun Park, Hanyang University, email: parkjgl@hanyang. ac.kr; Gennadi Bersuker, Aerospace Corporation, email: gennadi. bersuker@aero.org.

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Electrochromic and Photoelectrochromic Materials and Devices Energy Technology Division, KECS Photoelectrochemistry, KECS Physical Electrochemistry, JSAP

The renewed interest on the smart windows that dynamically modulate solar light and heat flux has been boosted in both academic and industrial sector due to their huge impact on energy saving in buildings and vehicles. This symposium will focus on physicochemical aspects of electrochromism and photoelectrochromism in both organic and inorganic materials and will address current and emerging technical and scientific issues. Presentations at this meeting will encompass broad aspects of electrochromism and photoelectrochromism of various materials such as inorganic metal oxides, metallohexacyanate, transitionmetal coordination complexes, viologens, conjugated polymers, organic near-infrared electrochromic materials, plasmonic nanocrystals as well as transparent electrical conductors, electrolytes and their device performance. In addition, this symposium also includes fundamental studies, incorporating characterization techniques of advanced electrochromic and photochromic devices and theoretical studies on electrochromism and photoelectrochromism. Papers can also discuss the application of various electrochromic materials in practical systems. This symposium will also feature sessions around electrochromic materials for building energy efficiency improvement. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: C. H. Han, Korea Institute of Energy Research, email: hanchi@kier. re.kr; D. H. Ko, Kyung Hee University, email: dhko@khu.ac.kr; JaeJoon Lee, Dongguk University, email: jjlee@dongguk.edu; J. H. Park, Yonsei University, email: lutts@yonsei.ac.kr; S. Hong, Korea Institute of Energy Research, email: jjunnii@kier.re.kr; J. H. Kim, Kyung Hee University, email: jkim94@khu.ac.kr; Ayyakkannu Manivannan, Global Pragmatic Materials, email: manigpm1@outlook.com.

• Advanced memory and neuromorphic device architectures, performances, and design; • The growth and deposition of memory related materials; • Ionic and atomic migration phenomena in memristive oxides • Device fabrication processing; • Spiking neuron devices, • Learning devices based on stdp algorithm, • Operando analyses and material characterization; • Device physics and modeling; and • Other related technologies. 15

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I—Fuel Cells, Electrolyzers, and Energy Conversion

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Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells & Electrolyzers 20 (PEFC&E 20) Energy Technology Division, Battery Division, Corrosion Division, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division, ECSJ PEFC, KECS Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers

This international symposium is devoted to all aspects of research, development, and engineering of polymer electrolyte fuel cells and electrolyzers (PEFC&Es), as well as low-temperature direct-fuel cells using either anion or cation exchange membranes. The intention is to bring together the international community working on these topics and create effective interactions between research and engineering communities. The symposium has six sections covering diagnostic techniques and systems design/components for acid and alkaline fuel cells; hydrogen and fuel cell systems and their related components; catalysts, membranes and ionomers for acid fuel cells; catalysts and membranes for alkaline fuel cells; direct-fuel acid fuel cells; and low temperature electrolysis systems. The symposium excludes CO2 electrochemical reduction and photochemical water splitting, which are covered by other symposia. The symposium supports students and postdoctoral participation to encourage development of new and talented researchers in the field. Student/Postdoc Travel Grants are awarded to encourage broad participation of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows new to the topic research areas. To apply for an award, students must submit a manuscript to the ECS Transactions for the PEFC&E-20 symposium (due date about 3 months before the conference), and then email a copy of their manuscript and resume to Dr. Felix Büchi (felix.buechi@psi.ch). Additionally, student Poster Prizes of a total of $3000 will be awarded to posters with the best technical and visual quality, as selected by a technical panel at the conference. Students who have submitted abstracts to the PEFC&E-20 symposium and wish to be eligible for a poster award should send a copy of their accepted abstract to Professor Jim Fenton (jfenton@fsec.ucf.edu). The specific subjects covered by each section are described below. Abstracts for oral or poster contributions must be submitted to one of the sections via the ECS website in accordance with ECS guidelines and deadlines. All accepted abstracts will be invited to submit a paper to the ECS Transactions for PEFC&E20, due July 2, 2020. Section A: Diagnostics/Characterization Methods, MEA Design/ Modeling Organizers: F. N. Büchi, A. Weber, E. Kjeang, H. Jia Presentations related to acid and alkaline fuel cells that discuss: • Characterization of novel gas diffusion and micro-porous layer designs; • Modeling and diagnostic methods to characterize mass- and heattransport related phenomena, and water management in cells and membrane electrode assemblies; • In-situ measurement or visualization (x-ray tomography, neutron imaging, etc.); • Advanced ex-situ characterization methods (tem, stm); • Ac-impedance methods; and • Electrode and mea electrochemical modeling.

Section B: Cells, Stacks and Systems Organizers: C. Rice, K. Swider-Lyons, B. Lakshmanan Presentations related to acid and alkaline fuel cells and other electrochemical energy conversion devices that discuss: • Cells, stacks and systems for hydrogen or hydrogen-reformate fuel cells, direct-fuel fuel cells (DMFC, borohydride, etc.), and alkaline (membrane) fuel cells; • Portable fuel cells; • Implementation of new cell and stack structures, including new types of bipolar plates, flow fields and gas diffusion media; • Degradation of fuel cell components and the influence of degradation products on component and system performance, including corrosion of bipolar plates and BOP, and degradation of sealing materials and other components; • Balance-of-plant (BOP) components; • Design and specifications of complete power systems in the context of transportation and stationary power generation applications as well as for micro-fuel cell systems; and • Components and systems for other electrochemical energy conversion devices such as electrochemical hydrogen pumps. Section C: Cation-Exchange Membrane Development, Performance and Durability Organizers: P. Pintauro, D. J. Jones, A. Kusoglu, C. Bae Presentations related to acid fuel cells that discuss: • Development of cation-exchange membranes and ionomers (pfsas, hydrocarbon-based, etc.); • Development of novel anion-exchange membranes and ionomers; • High-temperature polymer membranes; • Physico-chemical properties of fuel cell membranes; • Structural and microscopic characterization of membranes and ionomers; • Degradation/aging of membranes (chemical and mechanical); • Molecular modeling of membrane properties; and 8. Ionomer properties and characterization. Section D: Catalyst Activity/Durability for Hydrogen(-Reformate) Acidic Fuel Cells Organizers: H. Uchida, P. Strasser, Y.-T. Kim, D.-H. Ha Presentations related to acidic fuel cells that discuss: • Fuel cell electrocatalysts for hydrogen and hydrogen-reformate fuel cells (PEMFC, PAFC, etc.); • Novel catalyst supports; • Degradation of fuel cell electrocatalysts and catalyst supports; and • Ab-initio computational studies of catalytic mechanisms and for the design of novel catalysts. Section E: Materials for Alkaline Fuel Cells and Direct-Fuel Fuel Cells Organizers: W. Mustain, T. J. Schmidt, R. Mantz, T.-H. Kim Presentations related to alkaline fuel cells and direct-fuel acid fuel cells that discuss: • Electrocatalysts for hydrogen oxidation and oxygen reduction in alkaline fuel cells; • Catalysts for direct-borohydride applications; • Co2 tolerance modeling of anion-exchange membrane fuel cells; • Degradation mechanisms of anion-exchange membranes; and • Catalysts for the direct electrooxidation of alternative fuels (e.g., methanol, ethanol, ammonia, etc.) In both alkaline and acidic fuel cells. Section F: Polymer-Electrolyte Electrolysis Organizers: B. S. Pivovar, K. Ayers, H. Xu, S. Mitsushima, S.-K. Kim Presentations related to low-temperature, polymer electrolyte water electrolysis materials components and systems (and excluding photoelectrochemical water splitting or CO2 electrochemical reduction):

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• Electrocatalysts for hydrogen reduction and oxygen evolution including performance and durability; • Polymers, membranes, and electrodes for electrolysis applications; • Transport media and bipolar plates; • Balance-of-plant (bop) components; • Degradation of electrolysis components and the influence of degradation products on system performance and lifetime; and • Design and specifications of complete electrolysis systems in the context of hydrogen generation applications as well as intermittent or load following applications. This symposium’s proceedings will be published in ECS Transactions and will be available at the meeting. All authors accepted for presentation are strongly encouraged to submit their full text manuscript for the issue no later than July 2, 2020. All manuscripts will be submitted online, and must be in either MS Word or PDF format. Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Karen Swider-Lyons, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, email: karen. lyons@nrl.navy.mil; Deborah Jones, CNRS, email: deborah.jones@ umontpellier.fr; Hiroyuki Uchida, University of Yamanashi, email: h-uchida@yamanashi.ac.jp; Thomas Schmidt, Paul Scherrer Institut, email: ThomasJustus.Schmidt@psi.ch; Felix Buechi, Paul Scherrer Institut, email: felix.buechi@psi.ch; Bryan Pivovar, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, email: bryan.pivovar@nrel.gov; James Fenton, University Central Florida’s Florida Solar Energy Center, email: jfenton@fsec.ucf.edu; Peter Strasser, Technische Universitaet Berlin, email: pstrasser@tu-berlin.de; Katherine Ayers, NEL Hydrogen, email: kayers@nelhydrogen.com; Adam Weber, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, email: azweber@lbl.gov; Robert A. Mantz, United States Army Research Office, email: robert.a.mantz@us.army.mil; Hui Xu, Giner, Inc., email: hxu@ginerinc.com; Shigenori Mitsushima, Institute of Advanced Sciences, Yokohama Nat. Univ., email: mitsushimashigenori-hp@ynu.ac.jp; Cynthia Rice, Tennessee Technological University, email: CRice@tntech.edu; Erik Kjeang, Simon Fraser University, email: ekjeang@sfu.ca; William Mustain, University of South Carolina, email: mustainw@mailbox.sc.edu; Balsu Lakshmanan, General Motors Holdings LLC, email: balsu.lakshmanan@gm.com; Ahmet Kusoglu, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, email: akusoglu@lbl.gov; Hongfei Jia, Toyota Research Institute of North America, email: hongfei.jia@toyota.com; Peter Pintauro, Vanderbilt University, email: pn.pintauro@vanderbilt.edu; Chulsung Bae, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, email: baec@rpi.edu; Yong-Tae Kim, POSTECH, email: yongtae@postech.ac.kr; Don-Hyung Ha, Chung-Ang University, email: dhha@cau.ac.kr; Tae-Hyun Kim, Incheon National University, email: tkim@inu.ac.kr; Soo Kil Kim, Chung-Ang University, email: sookilkim@cau.ac.kr.

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Solid State Ionic Devices 13 High-Temperature Energy, Materials, and Processes Division, Battery Division, ECSJ Solid State Chemistry, KECS Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers

Solid-state electrochemical devices, such as batteries, fuel cells, membranes, and sensors, are critical components of technologically advanced societies in the 21st century and beyond. The development of these devices involves common research themes such as ion transport, interfacial phenomena, and device design and performance, regardless of the class of materials or whether the solid state is amorphous or crystalline. The intent of this international symposia series is to provide a forum for recent advances in solid-state ion conducting materials and the design, fabrication, and performance of devices that utilize them. Papers are solicited on all aspects of solid-state ionic devices such as solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs), solid oxide electrolysis cells (SOECs), solid-state batteries and microbatteries, chemical sensors, supercapacitors, ion transport membranes, thermal energy converters, and electrochromic devices. Specific topics include device design and performance, modeling and characterization of defect equilibria; ionic and electronic transport; heterogeneous electrocatalysis at electrode surfaces and interfaces; novel synthesis and processing; and, materials characterization and structural and crystallographic investigations.

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There will be a special session in honor of Prof. Friedrich B. Prinz: During this symposium, a full-day special session organized by Turgut Gür of Stanford University and Yasuhiro Fukunaka of Waseda University will be devoted to honor Prof. Friedrich B. Prinz of Stanford University for his seminal contributions to solid state ionic devices and processes including the enhancement of the oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) via surface design, interface engineering and control of defects at the nanoscale, and advances in high performance low temperature 2D and 3D thin film solid oxide fuel cell architectures. Designated submissions to this special session are solicited in areas relevant to Prof. Prinz’s research contributions including nanostructured electrochemical architectures, engineered SOFC interfaces and surface doping by atomic layer deposition (ALD), compositionally-graded interfaces in fuel cells and batteries, high resolution microscopy and spectroscopy of electrochemical interfaces, and high resolution characterization and multi-scale computational modeling of coupled phenomena in electrochemical devices. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Cortney R. Kreller, Los Alamos National Laboratory, email: ckreller@ lanl.gov; Fernando Garzon, University of New Mexico, email: garzon@ unm.edu; Hitoshi Takamura, Tohoku University, email: takamura@ material.tohoku.ac.jp; Turgut Gur, Stanford University, email: turgut@ stanford.edu; Venkataraman Thangadurai, University of Calgary, email: vthangad@ucalgary.ca; Jong-Ho Lee, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, email: jongho@kist.re.kr.

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Frontiers of Chemical/Molecular Engineering in Electrochemical Energy Technologies: In Honor of Robert Savinell’s 70th Birthday Energy Technology Division, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division, ECSJ Energy Technology

In honor of Robert Savinell’s 70th birthday, after more than four decades of research in fuel cells and flow batteries, this symposium is organized to celebrate his achievements. The symposium highlights current and emerging ideas in electrocatalysis, electrolytes, and device design for fuel cells and flow batteries. Topics include molecular-level understanding of small-molecule electrocatalysis (including hydrogen, oxygen, and carbon- and nitrogen-containing molecules such as alcohols, ammonia, urea, carbon dioxide, and others), membranes and electrolytes including additives, nanoparticles, and deep eutectic chemistries, redoxactive molecules, and new concepts in fuel cells and flow batteries, with contributions spanning different length scales from molecules to devices. We welcome contributions from both theory and experiment, especially on studies that are designed to bridge molecular-level understanding of electrochemistry to macroscopic electrochemical technologies. The objective is to provide an interdisciplinary discussion forum on the current state and future perspectives in fuel cells and flow batteries, and to celebrate the achievements of Robert Savinell to the field. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Y. Shao-Horn, EEL/Massachusetts Institute of Technology, email: shaohorn@mit.edu; Jin Suntivich, Cornell University, email: jsuntivich@ cornell.edu; Zhichuan Xu, Nanyang Technological University, email: xuzc@ntu.edu.sg; Rohan N. Akolkar, Case Western Reserve University, email: rna3@case.edu; Jesse S. Wainright, Case Western Reserve University, email: jsw7@case.edu; Yukari Sato, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Sci. Technol., email: yukari-sato@aist.go.jp; Tyler Petek, Industrie De Nora S.p.A., email: tyler.petek@denora.com; Paul Kenis, University of Illinois, email: kenis@illinois.edu.

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J—Luminescence and Display Materials, Devices, and Processing

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Recent Advances in Wide-Bandgap IIINitride Devices and Solid State Lighting: In Honor of Isamu Akasaki Luminescence and Display Materials Division, Electronics and Photonics Division, JSAP

This symposium, based on the ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology’s focus issue “Recent Advances in Wide Bandgap III-nitride Devices and Solid State Lighting: A Tribute to Prof. Akasaki,” will focus on the recent trends in phosphor research for application in LED devices. This focus issue is a collaborative effort with the ECS Electronics and Photonics division in honor of Prof. I. Akasaki, one of the Nobel Prize winners for the discovery of blue LEDS. This symposium will emphasize recent developments of novel phosphor systems for application in solid state lighting and displays. We invite abstracts on the following topics: novel phosphors for LEDs, light extraction methods, phosphor composites including ceramics and glasses, and phosphors for designing novel human centric luminaires. Such topics will not only show the current status of research for the front-end design of the LED-based light sources but also pave the way for future research on luminescent materials for lighting and display technologies. The symposium will include presenters who have contributed to the focus issue as well as individual contributors. For each published paper in the LDM section of this focus issue, one author will be invited to this symposium. They are encouraged to speak on their recent activities related to topics of the symposium. Individual contributors are also encouraged to submit abstracts on topics outlined in this call-for-papers. All the talks will be for twenty five minutes followed by five minutes of discussion. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: John Collins, Wheaton College, email: jcollins@wheatonma.edu; Kailash C. Mishra, OSRAM Opto Semiconductors, email: Kailash5652@gmail. com; Anant A. Setlur, General Electric Global Research, email: setlur@ ge.com; Eugeniusz Zych, University of Wroclaw, email: eugeniusz. zych@chem.uni.wroc.pl; Won Bin Im, Hanyang University, email: imwonbin@hanyang.ac.kr.

K—Organic and Bioelectrochemistry New Developments in Synthetic and

Organic Electrochemistry: K01 Mechanistic In Memory of Junichi Yoshida

Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division, ECSJ Organic and Biological Electrochemistry

Papers are solicited on all aspects of organic electrochemistry, including electrosynthesis, organometallic electrochemistry, the role of metals in organic electrode reactions, echanistic investigations, modified electrodes, mediators of electron transfer and other modes of electrocatalysis, unusual media, asymmetric electrosynthesis, indirect electrode processes, and related areas. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). 18

Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: M. Atobe, Yokohama National University, email: atobe@ynu.ac.jp; K. D. Moeller, Washington University in St. Louis, email: moeller@wustl.edu; H.-C. Xu, Xiamen University, email: haichao.xu@xmu.edu.cn; S. Inagi, Tokyo Institute of Technology, email: inagi@echem.titech.ac.jp.

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Towards Interdisciplinary Fusion of Bioengineering and Electrochemistry Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division, Energy Technology Division, ECSJ Bioengineering, KECS Biological and Analytical Electrochemistry

This symposium will target bioengineering and biological research based on electrochemistry and also focus on future electrochemical applications. Presentations are solicited that describe biodevices (including biosensors and bioinspired actuators), biomechanics, biomedical engineering, biomolecular engineering, bioinspired molecular design, and other biosensing technologies. Topics of interest include diagnostic and environmental analyses, therapeutic approaches including theranostics, bioenergy generation, bioremediation, bioconversion and related topics. Research contributions from both academic and industrial arenas are welcome. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Shelley Minteer, University of Utah, email: shelleyminteer@gmail.com; Mekki Bayachou, Cleveland State University, email: m.bayachou@ csuohio.edu; Wakako Tsugawa, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, email: tsugawa@cc.tuat.ac.jp; Jae Joon Lee, Dongguk University, email: jjlee@dongguk.edu; Seong Jung Kwon, Konkuk University, email: sjkwon@konkuk.ac.kr; Haesik Yang, Pusan National University, email: hyang@pusan.ac.kr; Koji Sode, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, email: ksode@email.unc.edu; Hitoshi Shiku, Tohoku University, email: hitoshi.shiku.c3@tohoku.ac.jp; Hisakage Funabashi, Hiroshima University, email: hisafuna@hiroshima-u.ac.jp; Scott Calabrese Barton, Michigan State University, email: scb@msu. edu.

L—Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry

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Fundamentals and Applications of Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division, Energy Technology Division

In the general session topic areas papers concerning fundamentals and applications in physical electrochemistry, analytical electrochemistry, electrocatalysis, and photoelectrochemistry. Contributed papers will be programmed in some related order, depending on the titles and contents of the submitted abstracts. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Alice Suroviec, Berry College, email: asuroviec@berry.edu; Nem Danilovic, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, email: NDanilovic@lbl.gov; Sanjeev Mukerjee, Northeastern University, email: s.mukerjee@neu. edu. Call for Papers • PRiME 2020 • Honolulu, HI • October 4-9, 2020 • www.electrochem.org


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and Analytical Electrochemistry Division, L02 Physical Electrodeposition Division, Energy Technology Division,

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division, ECSJ Molten Salt

This symposium will provide an international and interdisciplinary forum to present the latest research on systems involving molten salts and ionic liquids. Papers on basic and applied research in all areas of chemistry, engineering, electrochemical systems, and physics related to molten salts and ionic liquids are solicited. The topics will include, but are not restricted to: • Power & Energy Applications (e.g. batteries, fuel cells, semiconductors, photovoltaics, and phase change energy storage); • Rare Earth and Nuclear chemistry (e.g. lanthanides, actinides, radioisotopes, nuclear reprocessing); • Electrodeposition (e.g. deposition of alloys, characterization of electroactive species, and surface characterization); • Reactions (e.g. catalysis, synthesis, oligomerizations, and polymerizations); • Separations (e.g. selective extractions and biphasic systems); • Solute and Solvent Properties (e.g. structural investigations, thermal properties, dynamics, and stability of ionic liquids and molten salts); • Biomass applications (e.g. dissolution, modification, and/or reactions utilizing biomass), • Materials (e.g. polymer blends, additive manufacturing, active coatings, and corrosion studies); • New ionic liquids and molten salt mixtures (e.g. liquid clathrates, binary and ternary melts, and task specific ionic liquids); • Deep eutectic solvents (e.g., synthesis, properties, and applications). In addition, papers are encouraged for a special session to honor the 2020 recipient of the Max Bredig Award, Prof. Sheng Dai. Keynote lectures will be presented by invited speakers. A poster session will be planned. Student participation is highly encouraged, and it is anticipated that some funds will be available for student and young scientist support. This symposium’s proceedings will be published in ECS Transactions and will be available at the meeting. All authors accepted for presentation are strongly encouraged to submit their full text manuscript for the issue no later than July 2, 2020. All manuscripts will be submitted online, and must be in either MS Word or PDF format. Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: David Durkin, Department of Chemistry, U. S. Naval Academy, email: durkin@usna.edu; Paul Trulove, Department of Chemistry, U.S. Naval Academy, email: trulove@usna.edu; Mikito Ueda, Hokkaido University, email: mikito@eng.hokudai.ac.jp; William Reichert, University of South Alabama, email: reichert@southalabama.edu; Robert A. Mantz, United States Army Research Office, email: robert.a.mantz@us.army.mil; Hugh C. De Long, United States Army Research, email: hugh.c.delong. civ@mail.mil; Minoru Mizuhata, Kobe University, email: mizuhata@ kobe-u.ac.jp; Andreas Bund, Technische Universitat Ilmenau, email: Andreas.Bund@tu-ilmenau.de; Adriana Ispas, Technische Universitaet Ilmenau, email: Adriana.Ispas@tu-ilmenau.de; Chao Wang, Johns Hopkins University, email: chaowang@jhu.edu; Burcu Gurkan, Case Western Reserve University, email: beg23@case.edu; Vito Di Noto, Universita degli Studi di Padova, email: vito.dinoto@unipd.it; Elizabeth Biddinger, The City College of New York, email: ebiddinger@che.ccny. cuny.edu.

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Electrode Processes 13 Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division, Energy Technology Division, ECSJ Molecular Functional Electrodes

adsorbates, and deposits on single-crystal surfaces); properties of electrodeposits, nanometer-scale structures, theory, modeling; dynamics, thermodynamics, heterogeneous reactions, e.g., inorganic and organic electrocatalysis; industrial processes, fuel cells, and batteries. The symposium will include both invited and contributed papers on all facets of the chemistry, physics, physical chemistry, and electrochemistry of electrode processes. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Andrew C. Hillier, Iowa State University, email: Hillier@iastate.edu; Sanjeev Mukerjee, Northeastern University, email: S.Mukerjee@neu. edu; Nagahiro Hoshi, Chiba University, email: hoshi@faculty.chiba-u. jp; Futoshi Matsumoto, Kanagawa University, email: ft101828zr@ kanagawa-u.ac.jp.

L04

Photocatalysts, Photoelectrochemical Cells, and Solar Fuels 11 Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division, Energy Technology Division, Sensor Division, ECSJ Photoelectrochemistry, KECS Photoelectrochemistry

This symposium will provide an international and interdisciplinary forum to present the latest research on photocatalysts, photoelectrochemical cells and solar fuels. Topics of interest include but not limited to: • Photocatalysts or photoelectrochemical cells; • Synthesis and characterization of solar energy materials; • Plasmonic nanostructures for solar energy devices; • Solar thermal panels and solar reactors; • Structures and devices for water splitting; • Electrocatalysts for hydrogen evolution reaction (her), oxygen evolution reaction (oer), carbon dioxide reduction and nitrogen fixation, • Capture or conversion of carbon dioxide to fuels; • Conversion of renewable energy resources to fuels (hydrogen, ethanol, methanol, ammonia and other fuels); • Photocatalytic disinfection and environmental remediation; • Fundamental studies on charge dynamics or surface reactions in semiconductors or molecules using modern analytical techniques such as x-ray and ultrafast laser spectroscopy; • Simulation and modeling of materials, interfaces, devices and systems for solar energy applications; and • Corrosion and durability of solar energy materials and devices. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Nianqiang (Nick) Wu, University of Massachusetts Amherst, email: nianqiangwu@umass.edu; Pawel Kulesza, University of Warsaw, email: pkulesza@chem.uw.edu.pl; Jae-Joon Lee, Dongguk University, email: jjlee@dongguk.edu; Dongling Ma, Universite du Quebec, email: ma@ emt.inrs.ca; Eric Miller, United States Department of Energy, email: Eric.Miller@ee.doe.gov; Vaidyanathan Subramanian, University of Nevada, Reno, email: ravisv@unr.edu; Tetsu Tatsuma, University of Tokyo , email: tatsuma@iis.u-tokyo.ac.jp; Heli Wang, Sabic Technology Center, email: hwang@sabic.com; Gary Wiederrecht, Argonne National Laboratory, email: wiederrecht@anl.gov; Mani Manivannan, Global Pragmatic Materials, email: manigpm1@outlook.com.

This symposium will provide an international and interdisciplinary forum on the fundamental and applied aspects of electrode processes. Topics of interest include: novel electrode processes that may lead to new technologies or unique materials; well-ordered systems (structure, 19

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L05

Advanced Techniques for In Situ Electrochemical Systems 3 Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division, Energy Technology Division, KECS Physical Electrochemistry

In-situ methods help advance understanding of electrochemical systems developed to solve energy, environmental and biological needs of society. This symposium will provide a forum targeting advancements and applications of various methods for in-situ characterization of electrochemical systems. Solicitation topics include but are not limited to various electroanalytical methods and in-situ spectroscopy, spectrometry, and microscopy techniques. Of special interest are papers focused on synchrotron-based techniques for characterization of electroactive materials and electrochemical devices. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Svitlana Pylypenko, Colorado School of Mines, email: spylypen@ mines.edu; Anne Co, Ohio State, email: co.5@osu.edu; Iryna Zenyuk, University of California Irvine, email: iryna.zenyuk@uci.edu; Jongwoo Lim, Seoul National University, email: jwlim@snu.ac.kr; Chang Hyuck Choi, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, email: chchoi@gist. ac.kr; Hye Ryung Byon, KAIST, email: hrbyon@kaist.ac.kr; Lauren Greenlee, University of Arkansas, email: greenlee@uark.edu.

Fundamental Aspects of Electrochemical

of Carbon Dioxide 2 L06 Conversion Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division, Energy Technology Division, KECS Photoelectrochemistry

There has been growing interest in the electrocatalytic, bioelectrochemical and photoelectrochemical conversion of carbon dioxide (CO2), a potent greenhouse gas and a contributor to global climate change to useful carbon-based fuels or chemicals. The reaction products are of potential importance to energy technology, food research, medical applications and fabrication of plastic materials. This symposium will provide an interdisciplinary forum to present the latest research on the electrochemical, bioelectrochemical and photoelectrochemical reduction of CO2. Topics of interest include but are not limited to: • Mechanistic aspects of electroreduction of carbon dioxide, • Novel methods for the production of small organic molecules (c1c4) and other chemicals; • Synthesis and characterization of highly selective and durable electrode materials and semiconductor photoelectrode materials; • Importance of the reaction conditions including choice of supporting electrolyte; • The ideas on the latest developments in electrode construction in a full single cell as well as stack configuration; • Electrocatalysts for the co2 reduction and h2o oxidation/reduction; and • In-situ/operando study for the electrochemical reactions. Special attention will be paid to the development of homogeneous and heterogeneous systems, including supramolecular assemblies and novel electrolytes (e.g., ionic liquids), that are proposed to induce the CO2 conversion. The symposium will include both invited and contributed papers on all aspects of the electrochemical and photoelectrochemical conversion of CO2. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Pawel J. Kulesza, Uniwersytet Warszawski , email: pkulesza@chem. uw.edu.pl; Paul Kenis, University of Illinois, email: kenis@illinois.edu; 20

John C. Flake, Louisiana State University, email: john.flake@gmail. com; Andrew B. Bocarsly, Princeton University, email: bocarsly@ princeton.edu; Beatriz Roldan Cuenya, Fritz Haber Institut der MaxPlanck-Gesellschaft, email: roldan@fhi-berlin.mpg.de; Peter Strasser, Technical University Berlin, email: pstrasser@tu-berlin.de; Turgut M. Gur, Stanford University, email: turgut@stanford.edu; Vito Di Noto, University of Padova, email: vito.dinoto@unipd.it; Svitlana Pylypenko, Colorado School of Mines, email: spylypen@mines.edu; Krishnan Rajeshwar, The University of Texas, email: rajeshwar@uta.edu; Iwona Agnieszka Rutkowska, University of Warsaw, email: ilinek@ chem.uw.edu.pl; David Cliffel, Vanderbilt University, email: d.cliffel@ vanderbilt.edu; Nianqiang (Nick) Wu, University of Massachusetts Amherst, email: nianqiangwu@umass.edu; Maria Valnice Boldrin Zanoni, Universidade Estadual de Sao Paulo, email: boldrinv@yahoo. com.br; Yun Jeong Hwang, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, email: yjhwang@kist.re.kr; Ki Tae Nam, Seoul National University, email: nkitae@snu.ac.kr; Hyun-Kon Song, UNIST, email: philiphobi@ unist.ac.kr.

L07

(Photo)Electrochemistry and Electrocatalysis for Water-Energy Nexus Energy Technology Division, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division, KECS Environmental and Industrial Electrochemistry

Water and energy are the most essential elements for a sustainable human society. They are strongly interdependent because energy production requires a significant amount of water, while the production, processing, distribution, and end-use of water requires large energy inputs. Several water-energy nexus technologies have emerged, including renewable energy-driven electrolysis of water and contaminated water, desalination of brackish and seawater, and biomass conversion. This symposium focuses on the electrochemical and electrocatalytic oxidations of water and biomass via in-situ generated reactive species. Non-Faradaic processes (e.g., desalination, dialysis, and capacitive deionization) are also considered as a key subject. Papers are solicited on the topics as follows but not limited: • Electrochemical and photoelectrochemical mineralization of water contaminant • Electrochemical and photoelectrochemical partial oxidation of biomass • Electrodialysis, capacitive deionization, and microbial desalination • Anammox with (photo)electrochemistry • Electrochemical and photoelectrochemical systems and devices No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Hyunwoong Park, Kyungpook National University, email: hwp@knu. ac.kr; Yang Yang, Clarkson University, email: yanyang@clarkson. edu; Lifeng Yin, Beijing Normal University, email: lfyin@bnu.edu.cn; Dong Suk Han, Qatar University, email: dhan@qu.edu.qa; Ho Kyong Shon, University of Technology Sydney, email: Hokyong.Shon-1@uts. edu.au; Kangwoo Cho, POSTECH, email: kwcho1982@postech.ac.kr; Vaidyanathan Ravi Subramanian, University of Nevada Reno, email: ravisv@unr.edu; Lauren Greenlee, University of Arkansas, email: greenlee@uark.edu; Petr Vanysek, Northern Illinois University, email: pvanysek@gmail.com; Yun Jeong Hwang, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, email: yjhwang@kist.re.kr.

L08

Advanced Nano-Photovoltaics Energy Technology Division, KECS Photoelectrochemistry, KECS Physical Electrochemistry

With rapidly increasing interest in nanostructured photovoltaics to enhance light conversion efficiency, it is important to elucidate various internal charge transfer and recombination mechanisms occurring in solar cell devices to establish new design principles of highly efficient Call for Papers • PRiME 2020 • Honolulu, HI • October 4-9, 2020 • www.electrochem.org


solar cells. In addition, finding new advanced materials and developing strategies to improve currently exploited materials are important parts of these efforts. The primary emphasis of this symposium is placed on the recent advances in the following aspects, but not limited to: • Nanotechnology for advanced photovoltaics • Analysis and characterization for nano-photovoltaics • Design and synthesis of novel compounds for advanced photovoltaics • Spectrum conversion for photovoltaic devices • Nanophotonical light management for photovoltaic devices This symposium will be organized / scheduled in close collaboration with the symposium “Photovoltaics for the 21st Century 16: New Materials and Processes.” A focus issue in ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology is planned. All authors accepted for presentation are obligated to submit their full text manuscript for the focus issue. A call for paper for the focus issue in ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology will be released in July, 2020. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: J. H. Bang, Hanyang University, email: jbang@hanyang.ac.kr; Doo-Hyun Ko, Kyung Hee University, email: dhko@khu.ac.kr; Chi Hwan Han, Korea Institute of Energy Research, email: hanchi@kier.re.kr; Jae-Joon Lee, Dongguk University, email: jjlee@dongguk.edu; Jianyu Yuan, Soochow University, email: jyyuan@suda.edu.cn; J. H. Park, Yonsei University, email: lutts@yonsei.ac.kr; Jung-Yong Lee, KAIST, email: jungyong.lee@kaist.ac.kr; James Fenton, University Central Florida’s Florida Solar Energy Center, email: jfenton@fsec.ucf.edu.

M—Sensors

M01

Microfabricated and Nanofabricated Systems for MEMS/NEMS 15 Sensor Division

This symposium will focus on all aspects of wearable sensors/devices (micro and macro) and MEMS/NEMS technology including micro/ nanomachining, fabrication processes, packaging, and the application of these structures and processes to the miniaturization of chemical sensors, physical sensors, biosensors, miniature chemical analysis systems and microfluidic devices. Particular emphasis should be placed on processes and potential applications of these devices. The following is a partial list of topics to be solicited: • Fabrication and processing of nano/microsystems including chemical and biological reactors • Nanomaterials for sensors and actuators • Novel methods of processing at the nano/microscale • Fabrication methods for microfluidic and nonofluidic devices and associated transport phenomena • Applicable of these devices to environmental and biological studies • Integration of micro/nanofabricated sensors into arrays • Reliability and Packaging for NEMS/MEMS. • Sensors for gait and balance analysis • Cutting-edge sensors to capture healthcare related signals, such as sweat-based sensors, alcohol sensors, blood related sensors, and mood biosensors • 3D printed sensors • Prosthetics • Applications of wearable technologies for healthcare purposes and implantable sensors • Wired and wireless sensor systems: signals, transceivers, and interfaces 21

• Optical sensors, chemical and gas sensors, fluidics and biosensors, acoustic and ultrasound sensors • Physical sensors: temperature, mechanical, magnetic, and other sensors • New systems or technologies for addressing challenges associated with every aspect of mining big data, such as data processing, accessing, sharing, and analysis • Energy harvesting and ultralow power sensors • Internet-of-Things (IoT) platform and machine learning for sensor applications • Intelligent systems with integrated sensors for robotics and other autonomous applications This symposium’s proceedings will be published in ECS Transactions and will be available at the meeting. All authors accepted for presentation are strongly encouraged to submit their full text manuscript for the issue no later than July 2, 2020. All manuscripts will be submitted online, and must be in either MS Word or PDF format. Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Sushanta Mitra, University of Waterloo, email: skmitra@ uwaterloo.ca; Ajit Khosla, Yamagata University, email: khosla@ yz.yamagata-u.ac.jp; Jessica Koehne, NASA Ames Research Center, email: jessica.e.koehne@nasa.gov; Peter Hesketh, Georgia Institute of Technology, email: peter.hesketh@me.gatech.edu; Shekhar Bhansali, Florida International University, email: sbhansa@fiu.edu; Qiliang Li, George Mason University, email: qli6@gmu.edu; Sang Woo Joo, Yeungnam University, email: swjoo@yu.ac.kr; Durgamadhab Misra, New Jersey Institute of Technology, email: dmisra@njit.edu; Xiangchun Xuan, Clemson University, email: xcxuan@clemson.edu; Minghu Pan, Huazhong University of Science & Technology, email: minghupan@ hust.edu.cn; Shizhi Qian, Old Dominion University, email: sqian@odu. edu; Helmut Baumgart, Old Dominion University, email: HBaumgar@ odu.edu; Petr Vanysek, Northern Illinois University, email: pvanysek@ gmail.com; Changshi Xiao, Wuhan University of Technology, email: cs_xiao@hotmail.com.

M02

Chemical Sensors 13: Recent Advances in Chemical and Biological Sensors and Analytical Systems Sensor Division, ECSJ Chemical Sensor, KECS Biological and Analytical Electrochemistry

This symposium will prove a forum for the broad discussion of research and development in the field of chemical sensors (gas, liquid and other types), including molecular recognition surfaces, transduction methods and integrated and microsensor systems. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: • Development of new selective molecular recognition surface and materials, • Sensor and analytical systems for safety and security, • Novel methods for signal amplification and detection, • Sensor arrays for the simultaneous detection of multiple analytes, • Micro total analysis systems (µ-tas), • Physics and chemistry of sensors and sensor materials, synthesis/ fabrication and characterization of novel compositions, • Novel sensor concepts, design, modeling, and verification, • Sensor arrays, and electronic noses and tongues, • Physical, chemical and biological/biomedical sensors and actuators, such as gas, humidity, ion, and molecular sensors, their system integration and actuating functions, • Optical sensors and fiber optic sensors, • Wireless sensors, • Emerging technologies and applications including nanosensors and sensors leveraging nanotechnology and • Harsh environment sensors. All transduction methods are of interest for this symposium (e.g. electrochemical, resistive, capacitive, optical, acoustic, gravimetric and thermal). The goal of this symposium is to present the broadest possible coverage of modern chemical sensing progress and to highlight the present state of the art relative to basic and applied areas. Call for Papers • PRiME 2020 • Honolulu, HI • October 4-9, 2020 • www.electrochem.org


This symposium will be organized / scheduled in close collaboration with the symposium “In Vivo Nano Biosensors.” This symposium’s proceedings will be published in ECS Transactions and will be available at the meeting. All authors accepted for presentation are strongly encouraged to submit their full text manuscript for the issue no later than July 2, 2020. All manuscripts will be submitted online, and must be in either MS Word or PDF format. Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Yasuhiro Shimizu, Nagasaki University, email: shimizu@nagasaki-u. ac.jp; Larry Nagahara, Johns Hopkins University, email: larry. nagahara@jhu.edu; Jessica Koehne, NASA Ames Research Center, email: jessica.e.koehne@nasa.gov; Praveen Kumar Sekhar, Washington State University Vancouver, email: praveen.sekhar@wsu.edu; Tomoyuki Yasukawa , University of Hyogo, email: yasu@sci.u-hyogo.ac.jp; Tsuyoshi Tanaka, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, email: tsuyo@cc.tuat.ac.jp; Takeo Hyodo, Nagasaki University, email: hyodo@nagasaki-u.ac.jp; Haesik Yang, Pusan National University, email: hyang@pusan.ac.kr; Byung-Kwon Kim, Sookmyung Women’s University, email: kimbk@sookmyung.ac.kr; Joohoon Kim, Kyung Hee University, email: jkim94@khu.ac.kr; Seong Jung Kwon, Konkuk University, email: sjkwon@konkuk.ac.kr; Nianqiang (Nick) Wu, West Virginia University, email: Nick.Wu@mail.wvu.edu; Peter Hesketh, Georgia Institute of Technology, email: peter.hesketh@me.gatech.edu; Ajit Khosla, Yamagata University, email: khosla@yz.yamagata-u.ac.jp; Shekhar Bhansali, Florida International University, email: sbhansa@ fiu.edu; Mikito Yasuzawa, Tokushima University, email: yasuzawa@ tokushima-u.ac.jp; Hiroaki Suzuki, Tsukuba University, email: hsuzuki@ims.tsukuba.ac.jp; Masanobu Matsuguchi, Ehime University, email: matsuguc@en3.ehime-u.ac.jp.

M03

In Vivo Nano Biosensors Sensor Division, Dielectric Science and Technology Division, Nanocarbons Division, Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division

Advances in the understanding of optical and electronic properties of nanomaterials has enabled the development of biosensors with novel capabilities. Many of these capabilities also allow detection in living systems which allow for non-destructive/non-invasive and dynamic measurements. New biosensors for in situ measurements are needed. Non-destructive biological measurements enable improved abilities to address biological questions, such as understanding brain function, and they may accelerate drug development processes. In the clinic, the continuous monitoring of critical biomarkers in vivo could be life-saving, with glucose sensors as the successful example of continuous monitoring, revolutionizing diabetes management for patients and clinicians. This session will include papers focusing on the development and application of nanomaterial-based biosensors. Topics may include but are not limited to: sensor materials, sensor design and development, electronic and optical sensors, novel transduction modes, implantable devices, wearable devices, molecular recognition elements, biological applications of sensors, medical applications, clinical applications. This symposium will be organized / scheduled in close collaboration with the symposium “Chemical Sensors 13: Recent Advances in Chemical and Biological Sensors and Analytical Systems.” No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Daniel Heller, MSKCC, email: hellerd@mskcc.org; Slava Rotkin, Pennsylvania State University, email: rotkin@psu.edu; Simon Corrie, Monash University, email: simon.corrie@monash.edu; Ardemis Boghossian, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, email: ardemis.boghossian@epfl.ch; Praveen Kumar sekhar, Washington State University Vancouver, email: praveen.sekhar@wsu.edu; Jessica Koehne, NASA Ames Research Center, email: jessica.e.koehne@nasa. gov; Yamagata University, email: khosla@yz.yamagata-u.ac.jp.

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Z—General

Z01

General Student Poster Session All Divisions of ECS, ECSJ, and KECS

This poster session provides a forum for graduate and undergraduate students to present research results of general interest to the PRiME attendees. The purpose of this session is to foster and promote work in both electrochemical and solid-state science and technology, and to stimulate active student interest and participation in ECS, ECSJ, and KECS. A competition for the best posters in both the wet chemistry and solid state areas will be part of the session. Cash prizes will be given to the presenting student author on each winning paper; the amounts are awarded at the discretion of the organizers and judges. No issue of ECS Transactions is planned for this symposium. All authors are encouraged to submit a full text preprint, slides, or other presentation-related materials to the new preprint server, ECSarXiv (http://www.electrochem.org/ecsarxiv/). Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Alice H. Suroviec, Berry College, email: asuroviec@berry.edu; Venkat R. Subramanian, University of Washington, Seattle, email: vsubram@ uw.edu; Kalpathy B. Sundaram, University of Central Florida, email: kalpathy.sundaram@ucf.edu; Vimal H. Chaitanya, New Mexico State University, email: vimalc@nmsu.edu; Kaoru Dokko, Yokohama National University, Japan, email: dokko-kaoru-js@ynu.ac.jp; Andrew Herring, Colorado School of Mines, email: aherring@mines.edu; Hansung Kim, Yonsei University, email: elchem@yonsei.ac.kr.

Z02

4DMS+SoRo: 4D Materials & Systems + Soft Robotics Sensor Division, Battery Division, Energy Technology Division, Luminescence and Display Materials Division, Nanocarbons Division, Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division, JSAP

This conference relates to all aspects of additive manufacturing (3D and 4D printing) of electrochemical or solid state materials and systems with a focus towards soft robotics. 4D printing refers to single-material or multi-material printing of a device or object that can be transformed from a 1D strand into pre-programed 3D shape, from a 2D surface into preprogramed 3D shape and is capable of morphing between different dimensions. Such transformations are facilitated by, e.g., heating, light, or swelling in a liquid, electrochemically and by programming different sensitivity to, e.g., swelling into various parts of the designed geometry. These techniques offer adaptability and dynamic response for structures and systems of all sizes, and promises new possibilities for embedding programmability and simple decision making into non-electronic based materials. Potential applications include; robotics-like behavior without the reliance on complex electro-mechanical-chemical devices as well as adaptive products, garments or mechanisms that respond to user-demands and fluctuating environments. Mechanical metamaterials are structured materials with mechanical properties defined by their structure rather than their composition. By carefully designing their structure, materials with properties not found in nature, such as negative compressibility (contract when pulled) can be made. Novel developments include the use of elastic instabilities, origami-based materials and programmability, where a single materials function can be changed by pushing. The construction of such materials often relies on forms of (multimaterial) 3D and 4D printing. New innovative technologies and materials processing for energy storage, soft batteries, energy harvesting, display, sensing for soft robotics are also integral part of this conference. This symposium’s proceedings will be published in ECS Transactions and will be available at the meeting. All authors accepted for presentation are strongly encouraged to submit their full text manuscript for the issue no later than July 2, 2020. All manuscripts will be submitted online, and must be in either MS Word or PDF format. Call for Papers • PRiME 2020 • Honolulu, HI • October 4-9, 2020 • www.electrochem.org


Abstracts should be submitted electronically to ECS headquarters, and questions and inquiries should be sent to the symposium organizers: Ajit Khosla, Yamagata University, email: khosla@yz.yamagata-u. ac.jp; Hidemitsu Furukawa, Yamagata University, email: furukawa@ yz.yamagata-u.ac.jp; Larry Nagahara, Johns Hopkins University, email: larry.nagahara@jhu.edu; Alice Suroviec, Berry College, email: asuroviec@berry.edu; Shekhar Bhansali, Florida International

University, email: sbhansa@fiu.edu; Yoon Hwa, University of California Berkeley, email: yhwa@berkeley.edu; Thomas G. Thundat, State University of New York at Buffalo, email: tgthunda@buffalo.edu; Jessica Koehne, NASA Ames Research Center, email: jessica.e.koehne@nasa. gov; Hiroshi Imahori, Kyoto University, email: imahori@scl.kyoto-u. ac.jp; Yoon Hwa, University of California Berkeley, email: yhwa@ berkeley.edu.

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